Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
Butternut, population 618, p. 29 PDF (232.7 KB)
Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectivel 22.I 1 I_ _ , _ _ BURLINGTON FREE PRESS Circulation, 2138 Is it sworn? No. Thursday Advertising Rates - Display, per inch 35g. Classified, per line 5g. Agency Commission, 15%. Mechanical Requirements - Width of Column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches. Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 60. Use Mats! No. W. A. Colby founded this weekly November 10, 1880. At the present time it is owned by Kirchner & Koch and edited by W1. R. Devor. B W BUTTERNUT, Population 618 ASHLAND COUNTY To this Ashland county toviAi lumbering is of great importance. Two large concerns give employment to a large number of townspeople and a veneer mill is also a big asset, the latter being of greatest importance to the community. The Butternut creamery also means much to the entire section. BUTTERNUT BULLETIN Circulation, 600 Thursday In 1922 'm. Curry founded this weekly. He edited for only a year and was succeeded by Lorne Anderson, who conducted it for another year and then the present editor, Paul Fauteck, came aboard. B W CADOTT, 723 CHIPPE75A The chief occupation in this vicinty is dairying. A large creamery, owned by local farmers, manufactured more than a half-million pounds of butter during the past year. There are five cheese factories, three of which are cooperative. In the 1924 report, one of the cheese factories showed a total income of over $49,000, over 250,000 pounds of cheese having been manufactured and over Z4 million pounds of milk handled. There is also a box factory and saw mill, as well as a grist mill and flour mill in Cadott. CADOTT SENTINEL Circulation, 550 Is it sworn? No. Friday Advertising Rates - Display, per inch 25X. Classified, per word 1X. Agency Commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
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