Sunday, February 7, 2010

Printing Notes

Mr. Lide Tallevast has been "playing the devil" in the County Record office for the past week. Mr. Tallevast says that he expects to be an expert printer in a few weeks and hopes to be able to "double discount" Mr. Brown, our foreman, in typesetting before the end of the school term.

Mr. W.H. Edwards has gone to Timmonsville to take charge of the mechanical department of the Timmonsville Enterprise, edited by Mr. J.W. Ragsdale. Mr. Edwards was for quite a long time connected with The County Record and is a young man of much talent and ability. He will be quite an addition to the Enterprise force.

The greater portion of our new job printing outfit has arrived, and we are now prepared to execute all kinds of printing on very short notice. There is now no excuse for one to send to Charleston or elsewhere to have printing done, as it can be done in this office right here in Kingstree just as well and a great deal quicker. Of course, it will not cost any more to have work done here than it costs anywhere else, for we can and will do it just as cheap as any reputable printing house in the State. Give us a trial and be convinced.
The County Record, April 15, 1897

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