History

Terlton Enterprise was published by Miss L. M. King in Terlton, Pawnee County, from 1912 until 1916. It was published on a weekly basis and in 1912 its banner read: “A Progressive Paper for a Progressive People.” It was a four-page, four-column newspaper, published every Thursday. Later in 1913, it was edited by H. Moore, and in December of 1914, it was edited by C. Dee Colburn.

Advertising rates at this time were twelve and a half cents per single column inch, per issue. Reading notices were five cents per line, per issue. On March 18, 1915, its banner changed to “The Home Paper for the Home Folks.” (Vol. 3, no. 15). It expanded to a five column paper in 1915, and a subscription could be purchased for one dollar for a year. It ceased publication in 1916.



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