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Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
([1925/1926?])

Plymouth, 3482,   pp. 106-107 PDF (442.9 KB)


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  Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively
PLATTEVILLE, 4353                                                       GRANT
       Mining and farming are both important in this Grant county district.
Livestock, grain and lead are exported. Both a state normal school and
state school of mines are located here. Platteville has seven rural routes.
                             PLATTEVI LLE JOURNAL
Circulation, 1850          Is it sworn? Yes.                        Wednesday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 32g. Classified, per inch 25# (plate)
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 errs. Depth of column, 20 inches.
       Columns to page, 6.  Body type, 8 pt.    Use Mats? Yes.
       B. F. Huntington founded this weekly in 1879 and continued to edit
it till 1901. Till 1904 it was directed by R. C. Huntington and from this
later date to the present time C. H. Gribble has been the editor.
                              GRANT COUNTY NEWS
Circulation, 2300         Is it sworn? Yes.                            Friday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 35 & 40. Agency commission, 15%.
       Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches.
       Columns to page, 6. Body type, 10 pt. Use 11ats? Yes.
       X. R. Dugdale is the editor of this weekly founded in 1884.
                             PLL2TTEVILLE WITNESS
Circulation, 1650                                                   Wedne
sday
       Founded in 1859 this weekly has had a long corps of editors commanding
it.  In 1903, W. I. Rindlaub assumed charge.
                                      B W
PLYMOUTH, 3482                                                      SHEBOYGAN
        "The Cheese Center of the World" is the name Plymouth goes
by in
many circles. This industry employs 450 people in the local factories and
it means nearly $ 8,000,000 every year. Other products of this Sheboygan
county town are iron products, furniture, radio sets and phonographs and
concrete trimmings for buildings. Plymouth has four rural routes.
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