|Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm
of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 2/20/1900.
At present and for some time to come the Cabot factory below town is
and will employ not less than twelve men and the wages will be from $1.25
to $2 a day. Small as this may seem, it amounts to some money annually.
In addition to this there are strong probabilities that there will be quite
an increase in the number. Grantsville made a wonderful mistake in
allowing this factory to go so far below town, but, with all, it is bound
to be a great factor in business circles.