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These weights once kept newspapers from blowing away
By David McCormick As newspapers become more of a commercial success in the late 1800s; more and more of them began to be sold from newsstands. If there is one thing a newspaper is good at, it is flying away in even the slightest of breezes, so enterprising people began using weights to keep the papers in place.