Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
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Covering Rural Wisconsin Eff etively 47J WILTON, 519 1HO0ROE The cooperative creamory, located here in Monroe county, made over 1,053,000 pounds of butter in 1924. After butter, as a means of livelihood for the Wiltonites, comes Holstein, Guernsey and Jersey cattle, according to Editor V. 0. Fuller. Wilton has four rural routes. WILTON HERALD Circulation, 500 Friday Founded in 1894, this weekly had three editors, - Messrs. Bugbee, Thompson and Brown, up to 1900 when J. E. Bruber bought it and continued to publish it until his death in November, 1923. Then G. Wv. Garlock, of West Salem, purchased it and leased it to V. 0. Fuller, who is still editing it. B fi WINNECONNE, 745 WINNEBAGO While farming is the leading industry of the community, this Winnebago county community is also noted for its unequalled fishing and hunting. Winne- conne has two rural routes . WINNECONNE LOCAL Circulation Thursday Harvey Kitz is the editor of this Winnebago weekly. B Tr WITTENBERG, 854 SHIWANO The Homme Institutions, founded in 1881 by Rev. E. J. Homme, were started in this Shawano county city. Today there are several similar institu- tions in the country. An Indian mission is located here. Dairying is prac- tices on the local farms to a la rge extent. W~ittenberg has two rural routes. WITTENBERG ENTERPRISE Circulation, 875 Is it sworn? Yes. Thursday Advertising rates - display, per inch25e. Classified, per line 5. Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%. Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 194 inches. Columns to page, 7. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 85 to 125. Use Mats? Yes. Advertising representative - American Press Association, New York City.
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