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([1925/1926?])

Kaukauna, population 5,951,   p. 68 PDF (268.1 KB)


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  Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively
KAUKAUNA, Population 5,951                                   OUTAGAMIE COUNTY
     Paper manufacturing takes first place on Kaukauna's list of important
industries. The railroad shops, located in the town, are also a very impor-
tant asset to the community. Kaukauna has three rural routes.
                                   KAUKAUNA TIMES
Circulation, 1500    Is it sworn? Yes.                                Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 351. Classified, per word 1ยข.
     Agency commission, 15%. Discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches.
     Columns to page, 7. Use Mats? Yes.
     During September 1880, the first number of the TIMES was printed.
Hopkins and Gates were the editors; they served for only a short time.  
  Subse-
quent editors have been Dr. H. B. Tanner, 1881; H. A. Stone, 1881; E. C.
Bid-
well, 1883; Dr. H. B. Tanner, 1884 and C. E. Raugh 1884 to 1919; John McCoy
conducted the paper from 1919 to the time of his death, January 1925. The
paper is managed by C. J. Hansen, former publisher of The Forest Republican
at Crandon.
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KENDALL, 506                                                            MONROE
     A cooperative creamery, that is "working harmoniously and profitably",
produces great quantities of quality butter, the most noted product of this
Monroe County town. This organization has over 200 patrons. Kendall farmers
ship many carloads of livestock and hay to the large markets. Kendall leads
sister towns in shipments of poultry and eggs. Kendall has four rural routes.
                                 KENDALL KEYSTONE
Circulation, 650                                                      Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 20g. Classified, per word 1.
     Agency commission, 15%.    Cash discount, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 19
     inches. Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt.
Advertising representative - American Press Association
     Clarence S. Dodge, who founded this weekly in 1904, edited it for only
one year. Then Alex R. McCleneghan took charge and continued to 1914 when
he
was succeeded by A. G. York who held the position for only a few months when
McCleneghan again took charge.  He sold to the Keystone Printing Company
in
July 1925.  Since that time Henry H. Francisco has been the editor.    The
Key-
stone in taking rapid strides forward in both circulation ard advertising.
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