After 100 years, and generations of technological advances, the presses at Eureka Printing & Stationery still roll. Eureka Printing celebrates its centennial anniversary this year. It remains at its original location, 124 N. Main St., Eureka. Paul Burton, the proprietor, is an Ohio native who found a penchant for printing while in high school and bought half of the company from Patrick Littlejohn in 1981. Burton, now 67, has been the sole owner/operator since he bought out his partner in 1996. Littlejohn had purchased the company in the late 1970s from Clinton C. Potts, who had inherited it from his father, J.C. Potts.
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