Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
Fox Lake, 1012, p. 53 PDF (221.5 KB)
Covoring Rural W1isconsin Effectively 5 FOX LAKE, 1012 DODGE COUNTY This summer resort town is in thu huart of a rich agricultural section in Dodge county. Fox Lake attracts many tourists. FOX LAKE REPRESEiTLTIVE Circulation, 890 Thursday Here is another of ';'isconsin's old nowspapcrs. Founded in 1866, this weekly is today edited by F. H. Bakor. B W FREDERIC, 682 POLK A pea canning factory, wollcn mill, pickle factory, arc in this Polk crunty town. Numerous lakes make it popular as a summor resort town but the principal industry in the community is farming, with dairying leading in importance. A strong cooperative creamery in Frcdoric and sevcral in the surrounding territory show the importance of dairying. FREDERIC STAR Circulation, 800 Is it sworn? No Thursday Advertising rates - display, per inch 25i. Classified, per line 5X. Abency commission, 15/M. Mechanical requirements - .idth of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inc.-es. Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Use fiats? No. Founded in 1903, this polk county weekly is today owned by Harvey J. Cleson and Dick Pugh of the Luck Enterprise. Oleson edits the pa,;ers. B W FRITNDSHIP, 442 ADAIUS Railroad shops and roundhouses are in this Adams county town. Grain, potatoes and dairy products from the local farm are also important to Frieiid- snip. FRLFINMDSHIP REPORTER Circulation, 1000 Thursday The Reporter was founded in 1901. Today it is conducted by H. S. Pierce.
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