Paper encourages readers to submit their social news, 1895
We often see papers discuss what to put in the personal column and what not to. We like to give everybody a notice, not that we think every notice will-be will-be will-be interesting to every reader, but we are sure that every Item will interest some of our readers. Then, too, the Chronicle is a history of the movements of our people, it is kept of file in the office of the state Historical Historical Society, and by going there one can find out what Burlingame people have been doing for the last generation, and this will be so for many generations to come. We want to make this History correct, so help us by telling us of trips made by .yourself or friends.