Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
Horicon, 2134, pp. 62-63 PDF (468.6 KB)
Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively Charles Heath founded this weekly in 1885. The second editor was H. H. Dunn; his term of office is not known. C. H. Dunn served from 1893 to 1896, and W. W. Shear carried the poper from this date to 1899. M. V. Frazier served to 1902 and W. 0. Shear has been in charge since the expira- tion of Frazier's term. B W HOLLANDALE, Population 300 IOWA This Iowa county town is in the heart of an extensive agricultural community. Dairying furnishes cheese and cream; and some cattle are shipped to the large markets. HOLLANDALE MTEEKLY REVIEW Circulation, 650 Is it sworn? No. Thursday Advertising rates - display, per inch 154. Classified, per line 74, Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2'j. Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 15 inches, columns to page, 4. Body type, 10 and 8 pt. Use fiats? No. Advertising representative - American Press Association The Review was founded January 21, 1898. Its early editors were J. W. Laughlin, H. G. Pearce and V. A. Skinner, Jr. The present editor is Bert Day. B W 11CRICON, 2134 DODGE Canning, knitting, windmill and farm implement fnctories are lo- cated here. Dairying is very important, cheese being manufactured in large quantities. Horicon is at the foot of the famous 40,000 acre Horicon Mnrsh. HORICON REPORTER Circulation, 1200 Friday Advertising rates - display, per inch 25$. Classified, per line 5$. Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2'%. Mechanicrl requireirnts - Width of columrn, 13 ems. Depth of coluMn, 19t. Colu. ns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 85 to 125. Use imats? Yes. Advertising representative - American Press Association.
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