Some remarkable "stunts" have been "pulled off" by...

The Inland Printer

[The Inland Printer, Chicago.]

Some remarkable "stunts" have been "pulled off" by American newspapers within recent years. But no more daring enterprise has been recorded than that of The Christian Science Monitor of Boston, which set up a metropolitan newspaper plant in Chicago within a period of seventeen days and issued a special daily edition during the Republican national convention. The Goss Printing Press Company, which concern installed the press, and Thomas Knapp, of the Typesetting Machinery Company, Chicago, who had charge of the extraordinary work of putting in the plant on such short notice, deserve high praise for the efficiency with which the work was handled.

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