A century ago, Lodians were worried about sinful influences on their children.
The early spring of 1912 was a time when automobiles were beginning to outnumber horses, and the need for hitching posts in newly paved streets was argued. There were two grammar schools, one high school and a new public library building. The city was buying rubber coats for its volunteer firefighters and planning to install electric street lights by summertime.
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