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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1911)
WEEKLY JOURNAL OF CHEERFUL COMMENT
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. FEBRUARY 24, 1911
WHY WE BLUSH
FROM THE OMAHA WORLD-HERALD m
The livest thing that has come out of Lincoln for a long while is Will
Maupin's Weekly. It succeeds the Wageworker,which Mr. Maupin has published
for several years, and it is the ambition of its editor to make it a journal of state
wide interest and influence. If marked individuality of style and expression,
trenchant wit, extensive knowledge of Nebraska affairs and an intensive culture
hereof, combined with a broad-minded courage and impartiality in discussing
men and affairs can accomplish this result then Will Maupin's Weekly ought to
succeed. There is no better newspaper man in Nebraska than Will M. Maupin.
And there is no city or town that needs just such a newspaper man to speak for it
and to woo for it the good will and friendship of the rest pf the-state to the extent
thai Lincoln does.
Will Maupin's Weekly ought to prove an excellent antidote and cure for
those unfortunates who are confirmed users of the Lincoln Journal and Evening
News. For we read that:
Will Maupin's Weekly is for people who enjoy life. Pessimists and grouches
will not like it until it gets into their systems. Then they will cease to be pessimists
We wish for Will Maupin's Weekly a long and prosperous and useful life.
And to think you can get Will Maupin's Weekly a
whole year for One Dollar. Send the Dollar Now!
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