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Menomonee Falls, 1019,   p. 84 PDF (266.3 KB)


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[Covering Rural Wisconsin EfI'qtively
                               DUNN COUNTY NEWS
Circulation, 3800      Is it sworn? No.                              Thursday
Advertising rates - display, per inch 30g. Classified, per word, 1.
        Agency commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%,
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems.    Depth of column, 21
inches.
        Columns to page, 7. Body type, F pt. Screen of halftones, 100.
        Use Mats? Yes.
        Founded in 1860, this weekly was edited only one year by its first
editor, C. S. Bundy. His successor, E. B. Bundy, also served just one year.
Subsequent editors have been: Thomas Phillips, 1862-65; Dr. E. G. Benjamin,
1865-67; S. W. Hunt, 1867-71; R. J. Flint and E. H. Weber, 1871-98; R. J.
Flint, 1898-1901; R. J. Flint & F. F. Morgan, 1901-08; J. T. Flint &
F. F.
Morgan, 1908-09; M. C. Douglas, 1908-12; Paul F. Hunter, 1912-13; M. C. Douglas,
1913-23; rand J. T. Flint since 1923.
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MENO1IONEE FALLS, 1019                                               WAUKESHA
       This community has specialized in the growing of sugar beets and these
are made into sugar in local factories.    Sugar is the main product of the
community. The milk produced in the local area is shipped to Milwaukee mar-
ketafor consumption. Menomonee Falls has two rural routes.
                             IMENOMONEE FALLS NEVIS
Circulation, 1168       Is it sworn?                                   Friday
Advertising Rates - display, per inch 25. Classified, per inch 15/.
       Agency commission, 2%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ens. Depth of column, 20 inches.
       Columns to page, 6. Body type, 10 pt. Screen of halftones, Yes.
       Use Mats? No.
       Reverend Franklin L. Nohs, who established this weekly July 1, 1889,
served only to April of the following year. Cameron W. Fraser, who replaced
him, occupied the position till November, 1895. then W. H. Rintlemnn took
over the work and continued till January 1, 1899. Since that time Cameron
W. Fraser has been the editor.   The NEWS was the first paper east of the
Mississippi that advocated launching into the production of home grown sugar
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this was in 1891 and 1892 - as a result, the first sugar factory was estab-
lished hero in 1895, and the first east of the Mississippi River.
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