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

Port Washington, 3340,   pp. 107-108 PDF (445.6 KB)


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FCovering Rural Wisconsin Effectively                                   
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                             PORT WASHINGTON PILOT
Circulation, 1350             Is it sworn? No.                        Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch, 25/. Classified, per line, 5/.
      Agency commission, 15%.   Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches.
      Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 100.
      Use Mats? No.
      Estaxblished liarch 28, 1895, at Rnndom Lake, this weekly was moved
to
Port Washington three years later. Henry Schoensigel has been editor since
the paperts founding
                                      B IN
                            PORT W'A SSHINGTON HERALD
Circulation                                                          Wednesday
      W. B. Krause edits this Ozaukee county newspaper founded in 1896.
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                             PORT WASHINGTON STA'R
Circulation, 1625          Is it sworn? Yes                             Friday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 40/. Classified, per inch 25/. Agency
      commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems.    Depth of column, 211i
inches.
      Columns to page, 7.  Body type, 8 pt.   Screen of hr'lftones, e0 to
133.
      Use Mats? Yes.
Advertising representative - Lyman H. Browne, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
      Founded by t1h late Colonel E. B. Bolens in November, 1874, The Star
has remained in that family ever since. After his death, in 1886, this weekly
was published by his sons, with their mother in direct charge of the plant
until the time of her death in 1912. After her demise, her son, Hon. Harry
W. Bolens, conducted the plant until September 30, 1924, when Albert D. Bolens
purchased the entire outfit and paper and is now sole owner, editor and pub-
lisher.
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