April 28, 1887 — Many of our subscribers complain of the trouble they experience with people who borrow their paper.
They tell us that some of them call as regular as the day of publication comes around, and want the paper almost before the people who pay for it have had time to read it.
We have no objection to this mode of begging, but it is an act of injustice to the people who pay for their paper, and they deserve some protection.
Don’t borrow your neighbor’s paper!
~ From the public archives of the Page News and Courier