Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
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|Covering Rural Wisconsin Effj Fl 17 PLYMIOUTHI REPORTER Circulation, 2700 Friday Advertising rates - display, per inch 35g. Classified, per line, 10¢. Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%. Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 193- inches. Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 100 line. Use Mats? No. This weekly was established in 1872. The present editors, George A. Moormann & Sons, assumed control in 1995. B W PLYMOUTH REVIEW Circulation Wednesday This weekly was established in 1895 and is now published by Mrs. Otto Gaffron. B W PORTAGE, 5,582 COLUMBIA Dairy products leads in this Columbia county community. Allied with this industry are corn, hogs, cattle and hay. Portage has seven rurcl routes. WISCONSIN STATE REGISTER Circulation, 2500 Thursday Early editors of this weekly were IA. J. Turner, Sam Braunan, John T. Clark and S. S. Rockwood. The present editor is A, A., Porter. B W PORT WASHINGTON, 3340 OZUKEE Several canning factories are located here and great quantities of dairy products and fish are shipped to the market. Badger raincoat products are manufactured here, The J. E. Gilson Company manufactures garden tools, and the Wisconsin Chair Company and National School Equipment Company manu- facture chairs, phonographs, school desks and etc. Bolents garden tractors are manufnctured in this Ozaukee county town. Port Woshington has two rural routes.
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