The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-????, January 27, 1911, Image 9

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ition next Friday, February 3d, of "WILL MAUPIN'S WEEKLY." It wffl be a
reatly enlarged field without any less promulgation of economic and industrial prin
a field in Nebraska for a live, snappy, progressive weekly journal of news and corn
it are working for the material and social advancement of Nebraska. It may be
n mind and purpose publishing, but I am going to try it out, and give to it the ut-
-cffor my journal-"WILL MAUPIN'S WEEKLY." Of course I might have chris
i name, but I wanted something distinctive, something not easily confounded with
iek to make political issues out of purely moral questions; it will not attempt the
to accomplish at once by legislative enactment and with a constable's club some
( fully accomplish. But -'WILL MAUPIN'S WEEKLY" will stand for progress all
ion, corporation regulation and municipal cleanliness. Above all it will stand, ev
erhood of States, for the conservation and development of her resources, the proper
the better education of her own citizenship as to their own state,
to carry out my end of it The financial success depends wholly upon the active
hate the things that "WILL MAUPIN'S WEEKLY" believes in and will advocate,
jter of a century; I think I know Nebraska, her greatness and her needs, as well as
carry out the program herein outlined, then I have made a failure of my life work,
to work together for Nebraska.
in advance. Your credit is good, of course, but the printermen and the pressmen
du. Yours for Nebraska,