Chronicle Changes Its Format in 1911

(03/30/2002)

Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 11/21/1911.

With this issue of the Chronicle we are changing back to a four-page, all-home print paper.  It cost us something over twenty-five dollars a month to get the ready prints formerly used by us, and a few more months of it would land us in the poor house.  The main feature of the patent side has been the serial story, and we have made arrangements to secure one of the most intensely interesting novels ever written, which will more than replace that feature.  It is a civil war story entitled "My Lady of the North," and we will commence its publication as soon as the plates arrive.


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