Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
Rosholt, 448, p. 118 PDF (234.5 KB)
Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively| ED RIVER FALLS TIMES Circulation, 1228 Is it sworn? Yes Thursday Advertising rates - display, per inch 30$. Classified, per line, 10$. Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%. MTeci-nnical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches. Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 120. Use Mats? Yes Advertising representatives - American Press Association. A. T. Churchill, who established this weekly in 1894, edited it for six years. Smith & Hulbert had charge for about six months and then Smith bought out his partner and continued as owner till 1905, when Percy IL. Roberts took over this weekly. Lp Roberts was editor and owner till 1916, then A. E. Roese bought the plant and was in charge till January 1, 1919. Stuthoff & Stearns owned it for two months and in March, 1919, the entire organization was purchased by Nelson and W7oodruff. Five years later Mr. Nelson assumed full charge, buying out his partner. B W ROSHOLT, 448 PORTAGE This Portage county town is in the heart of a potato center. General farming, however, is well developed on local farms and dairying is followed to a great extent. Of considerable importance, too, is lumbering, also the trout fishing of the section. Rosholt has two rural routes. ROSHOLT REVIEW Circulation, 525 Is it sworn? No. Thursday Advertising rates - display, per inch 20$. Classified, per line 5/. Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2/o. Mechnnical requirements - width of column, 13 em's. Depth of column, 19 inches. Columns to page, 5. Body type, 10 pt. Screen of half- tones, 85. Use Mats? No. Founded October 1, 1920, this weekly was edited by R. C. Woodhead for four years. Its present editor is H. Y. Buchanan, I , I.
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