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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

THK WKATIIHH On Friday, fair weather nnl considerably lower temperatures will prevail, and on Saturday fair. CttKCtt Scml-Weekly Founded Vj Wayne County Organ ' of the j REPUBLICAN PARTY j J o J J .1 J Ji jt 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 J j & o jt jt k j t jt j jc 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1910. NO. 12 CHIT IE MIES Identity of All Whom Gon gers Bribed to Come Out. TWO ARE DEAD ASSEMBLYMEN James W. Osborne, Counsel For Accusing Senator, Declares That Bridge Companies Raised Corruption Fund. Albany, X. Y Feb. 10. It is posi tively stated that the efforts of Repub lican senate leaders to Ueep secret tlie names of tlie legislators who got $5, 000 of the Conner bribe fund will prove futile and that even if Scnntor Bonn Conger or Hiram G. Jloe arc not asked for the names while they are on the witness stand they will be made known nevertheless. Two of the alleged receivers of bribes are assem blymen now dead. Until today It was generally sup posed that t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

V TOT OITTEBN, FRIDAY, FEHRUARY 11, 1010. FOE MM. Yd, Governor Port of New Jar sey Answers Hughes. HE FAVORS THE AMENDMENT. In Special Message to Legislature He Asserts That New York Executive's Objections Have No Force. Trenton. X. J.. Feb. 8. Ciovernor Fort lnis sent a special message to the legislature urging tlip niloptton In tills Htate of the proposed sixteenth amend mcnt to the United States constitution permitting congress to levy an Income tax. The governor In his 'message de scribes an income tax as the most just and ciiultahle form of tax that can he K'vled. lie says: "An Income tax Is n tax which Is sure to vouch all classes of property, real and personal. The United States vhould possess the unquestioned pow er to ta incomes. It may not be nec- GOV. JOHX FltAXKMX FORT ussary to use the power, but If emer gency should arise which requires It the right to tax should exist." The governor says he fails to see any ground for the criticism that un der the amendment proposed t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

TIIK CITUOBK, FWDAY, FKI1HUAKY 11. 1010. WADE H. ELIIa LSSIGITS Selected by President Taft to Lead Republican Campaign In Ohio. Wellington, Kelt, s, - President Tnft took his llrst step t.uu the Ohio -lltlcnl game when he caused public announcement to he inmle tint t Wade II. Ellis., assistant attorney general, had resigned to become chairman til the Ohio Iteiiubllean state executive committee. The announcement was made follow ing n conference between the presi dent, Senntor Hurton, Mr. Mills, Sena tor Dick and Walter 1 Hrown, chair man of the Ohio Republican state t en tral cominlttee. The resignation of Mr. Mills con templates his election to the chair manship at u meeting ut the state cen tral committee, which meets at Day ton on Saturday. No doubt is express ed by Ohloans here as to the selection nt Mr. Kills to this position. Mr. Kills' election to lead the cam palgn In Ohio menus that the admin istration will have a direct representa tive in tiie Held. It was the ense of the "...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

niR CITIZEN, KIUDAY. FKHKUAItY 11. 1010. THE CITIZEN rDBLIBHEI) KVKRT WKDJfKBDAY AND FRIDAY I1Y T1IK CITIZEN rUnl.lSllI.NO COMPANY VCntered as second-clnsa ninttcr, at the post oulcc. lloncsJnle. l'a. SUBSQIUPTION ?1.50 K. It. IIAHDRNIIKIKIIt. lVUKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. MANAGKH AN'O 3JHVY directorb: C. H. DORrLI.IOER. M. H. Al.l.KN. HENRY Wll.FUN. F.. R. HAIIDKnDKUUIt. W. W. HOOD. Kill DAY, FKB. 11, MHO. Tho darker It Is nil nrotind ub, tho stronger we should let our light shine. Tho fourteenth of February Is a day sacred to St. Valentine! It was a very odd notion, alluded to by Shakespeare that on this day birds begin to couple; hence, perhaps arose tho custom of sending on this day letters containing professions of love and affection. If we look only for tho crooked trees In the timber, wo find plenty of them; but we pass by many straight, beautiful trees and never notice them, so, too, If we look only for blemishes in tho character of others, we will ilnd them; but wo may not notice ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

THE OITlfKIf, Fill DAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTED -Foundry Stock Clerk; steady work and good wages to right party. Apply to National Elevator i. .Machine Co., Honesdnlo, Pa. 12t2 H'U CAN SAVK YOU big money It you wish a Plro and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call and be astonish ed nt the saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lrao2 ATTENTION! The Klmblo plan 'ing mill Is always ready 'to plane inntcli and rip lumber oi any Kinu. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 FOR SALE A heating stove, In good condition, suitablo for ofIlce or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. SOtf. LOCAL MENTION. . Remember to vote ne.t Tuesday, llu- tnth int. t your township or llOI'Ollgll I'llH'tJOll. Ttio Honesdnlo Milling Com pany hist a valuable horse this week. Theodore Hoosevelt will he back from his big hunt on the 15th of June General Fred Grant Is to bo made an old veteran of the Civil war bv an act of law. Wo have several bags of seed sent us by Congres...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

rtm C1TIKKN, FltlDAY, FKIIRUAKY 11. 1010. WARNING TO FRUIT GROWERS. Crown Gall Is Warty Outgrowth or Ex crescence Upon tire Apple. Crown gall Is a torni applied to certain warty outgrow .lis or excres cences upon the apple, posr, peach, raspberry, etc., forming chiefly on tho parts below ground. On the applo these growths aro more apt to occur on grafted trees at the union of tho root nnd tho clon, but they may form nt any placo whore tho roots have been Injured In transplanting, etc. Experiments by tho department of agriculture show that crown gall Is caused by speclllc parasite. Every orchardlst should carofully iuspect all stock which ho purchases for setting. All trees showing evidence of crown gall should bo either returned to tho shipper or burned, and future orders placed with nurserymen - who can and will furnish trees free from disease. Under no condition should trees bo planted which show growths of this kind upon the roots, for not only will It result in an unthrifty and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

THIS CITIZEN, Fill HAY, ncmtUAiiY 11, 1010, 1 Tobias Jarvey's ! I Day of Rest I I By E. LAWRENCE PERR t I un mi .mi mi mi -it J. The Count Tobla Francois Xavlcr do la Jarvts sat pondering In Ills ncnntlly furnished room on the top floor of an old brick gabled building In the heart of what was once Green wich village. Prom his chair ut th dusty window giving on Coinmetcs street he had noted the honio-coiiiii.g of more thon one wage-earner, laden with bundles and fairly beaming with the spirit of the season. In the dooryard of the house just below ho had seen a young woman and her two children fairly maul an elderly couple grandparents, of course pulling them up the steps de spite their complacent protestations. And he knew that the peculiar flat bundle which grandma carried so gin gerly contained one or more pumpkin Dies, and that the stout genial grand- slre'a pockets were Uden with ail I sorts of home-made goodies. , The count sighed. He walked lo a I bureau and took from the upper...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1910

THE CITlZKN, FRIDAY, I-'UHKI'AUY M, 1010. CORRESPONDENT J l4 TI1K MOST R.KLIA 111.15 MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION t BEACH LAKE. MJss Ednn Schonck haa recovered Monday morning It was 12 'loprocs, . Mr below zero at this place. Roads have been somewhat drifted but the mall and milk rarrlcrs have not missed getting through every day. To-day (Tuesday) the Mothers' meeting of the V. C T. U. took dinner with Mrs. Van Wort. Mr. Van Wort came to the village for a load and Mr. Woodley took those not living In the village. The W. C. T It. is growing in number at thiH place and much Interest is manifest ed. In case any one should apply for a license here it would be fought hard. A daughter came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ives on Feb. 2d. Mervin Gavltt has moved In the house vacated by Thomas Barnes who has loft for California. Six persons from I3crlin went to the county seat Saturday to take the examination for census enumerator. It is expected that the creamery will again run this su...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

On WcdaemlAj' cloudy weather with slightly lower temperatures, probably followed by unovt or rain. y JO ." 10 jC tC s! to K & k K K1 Sum) Weekly Founded y) IS)03 ' k Weekly i-ouudetl. 1844 J 0 w't J5 wt J ! & jt Jt J & lit . j-h . rvaync county urgan of the V, fc REPUBLICAN PARTY Vi BzI . jt j w4 Jjuc.t t j j; jf b7th YEAB. HONBSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1910 T1SK WKATIIHtt r KEEI ISJfllTj Galled as Witness as tol Hocking Goal Pool. i COLLEAGUES GREEDY, HE SAYsj Stock Was Too High, He Declares,' and He Told Them to Sell, but They Kicked and Boomed the Stock Until It Broke. Now York. Keb. Hi.- James It. Keene, the veteran Wall street operator, was h raging nnd dcfliuit witness nt the in quiry before United States Commis sioner Alexander into the collapse of the Columbus and Hocking Coal and Iron pool, which carried down three big Stock Exchange linns, with liablli ties aggregating $7,000,000. Mr. Keene was in court on a subpoena obtained by Hecclver Er...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

TttK C1TIZKK, WKDNHSDAV, Pfflf. 10, 1010, S SUICIDE IS OFTEN JUSTIFIABLE Dr. Spitzkn Adds That Physi cians Arc Sometimes Pardon able for Killing ASSERTION CAUSES SENSATION Children Born of Fathers More than Fifty Years Old are Most Moral. So the Well Known Brain Specialist, Tells Episcopal Ministers. Philadelphia. Dr. Edward A. Splti ka, the noted brain specialist ot the Jefferson Medical College, declared at Uhan ns an example of the difference CMD ANIMALS STILL EAT Despite Wall at High Prices by Zo loglcnl Curator in New York's Bronx Park. New York, N, Y. According to Di rector Ilornadav of the Zooloelcal Gardens In Bronx Park, It costs more to feed a Hon now than at any time In the history of the pardons. It Is equally true of nearly all the hoof stock besides, for though hay and grains have not been so high this year as last, the trond of prices has been upward and not down for three ur Jour years. Of the clghty-two vari eties of food used, the creator propor tion show an Increa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

THIS CITIZUX, WEDNESDAY, VKl. 10, 1010. WONDRKPUli INVENTION. Conspicuous among the Interesting exhibits at tho Electrical Show to bo held In tho First Regiment Armory, Hrond and Callowhlll streets, Phila delphia, from February 14th to 2fith, will bo tho dictograph, an Invention that has been adopted by tho United States Secret Service and by largo banks and other Institutions, where esplonngo upon visitors is regarded as of ndvnntngu to those in chnrgo. Tho Instrument was shown to King Kdwnrd Inst year and Its varied uses demonstrated for him and Queen Alexandria in Rucklngham Palace. K. M, Turner, tho inventor, recently went abroad for tho purpose of giv ing King Victor Emanuel n similar demonstrations at the Qulrlnal, at the lutter's special Invitation. The Instrument magnifies sound and enables tho fnintest whisper in a room to bo heard with distinctness in the remote part of any building with which it is equipped. In this connec tion it la now used by one of the best known fina...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

fllK CITIZEN. WKDNKSDAY, KKH. 10, 1010. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED KVKRY WKDNESI1AY AND FRIDAY IIT THIS CITIZKB rUm.lBIIINO COMPANY. Watered as scoond-clnss mntto.r. at the post" nlllce. ltonesdalc. I'a. SUDSCIUPTION 11.50 U. n. UAUDKNltKKOH. - PKKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAQKU AND SKO'Y directors: o. h. dorpunorr. m. ii. ai.i.es. IIKNRY WILSON. It. II. HAnOKNDKnail. W. W. WOOD. WICDNKSDAY, KK15. HI, 1 1110. Money does' not mako the man hut thiiiRS nro apt to be more com fortable when the man makes money. A town never loses anything by extending a royal welcome to every deserving stranger who appears In Its midst. Hospitality Is a priceless eem, but It costs very little. Why is the cost of living higher? This problem Is under discussion all over the country. One phase of the situation hns not been touched upon to any great extent, and that Is, the fact that wo arc undergoing a1 transi tion in tho labor world, which is changing values at least 25 per cent., caused by changing from n 10-ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

THK CinZKN, WEDNESDAY, KKU. 10, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! WANTED Foundry Stock Clerk; steady work and good wages to right party. Apply to National Elevator t Machine Co., Honcsdalo, l'a. 1212 OT CAN SAVE YOU big raonoy If you wish a Fire and iJurglar Proof Safe. Write or call and bo astonish ed at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM I,E. lmo2 ATTENTION! The Kimble plan ing mill Is always ready to piano mntch and rip lumber of any kind. Also estltnato on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 FOR SALE A heating stove. In good condition, suitablo for office or house. Inquire of Mrs. II. Wilson. 307 Fifteenth street. 89tf. AUCTION SALE I will sell on Saturday. Feb. 19th, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the Pennlman residence on Church street, the following house hold furniture: Marble top bedroom suit complete; parlor suit, bureaus, hair cloth settee, 2 refrigerators, kitchen cabinet, wardrobe, bedstead, mattress and pillows, crockery, wash Mand, set of chairs and extra chairs, two-foot extension table and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

nm crriEEN, Wednesday, fkb. 10, 1010. WITH FIVE S I lUIG N " - I KILLS FIVE Spokane Hunter Tells of Hit Biggest Bag of Grizzlies Taken in Five Minutes AFTER MANY DAYS OF WATCHING First One Big Fellow Drops, Then An other, and Then a Mother Bear and Two Cubs Star Feat of Idaho Woods. Spokane, Wash. William H. Wright, naturalist and grizzly bear hunter of Spokane, who has spent a quarter oontury lu Western forests studying what ho calls "the noblest wild animal of North America," utter. ly unscts a lot of preconceived notions as to tho sort of a "critter" the grlz jsly is In his natlvo wild. Ho also puts j down tho legend that the grizzly could not he killed with a single shot, at tributing this to the lack of power in Uin guns and ammunition employed in tho oarly days. Hero Is tho story, in his own words, of ono of tho greatest feats lu the Idaho woods: "Tho trail In tho canyon was a hun dred feet wide and had been worn by an old and large animal. For two years I continued at Interva...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

TITH C1TIEKK, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1010. BEES , AND - BEE K KEEPING MAKING A MARKET. Of course, more honcr may br- rc cured In noma localities Uinn one can find r demand for, but there are very many people who seldom If ever, got any honey to eat So, with push, ow? may dlspoce of a rood crop. A good article Is very ltkcly to find customers, for It la delicious and people want It. To my mind most beo-kcepcrs should produce both comb nnd extracted "honey, writes an expert. I usually havo rather more extracted than comb. That which Is not told direct to the consumer In bulk Is put up In mason fruit Jars, and nicely labeled and graded In the same boxes that the Jars came In from the manufacturers. These coses hold one dozen Jars, and I nell them to the grocers and give a discount on large orders. In con clusion I would pay. produce n fancy article, put It on the market In n neat, last ful package, no that It will be tak ing to the eye; then push It, advertise It, let people know you have...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 February 1910

T11K CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAV, VKl. 10, 1010. ! CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS f Till-: MOST ItHLtAM.K MKDIUM FOlt t SPREADING INFORMATION Jf "I-IX'J"'I'-'-I-"I-"-III-'''I-"-II"I-'"I- I - STERLING. On the morning of the "th, the thermometer registered 1 1 degrees below zero, nnd no one can com plain that wo are not having good winter weather. That is as cold as II has been here this winter. On tho 5th Thomas Neville went to the State Hospital In Scranton nnd after a pretty thorough examina tion they said he had enncer of the .stomach, and that an operation nt this late hour would do no good; consequently he cnnie homo and we are very sorry to say thnt the pros pect Is not bright for a speedy re covery. His son. James, of Niagara, Is now with him. Walter Musgrove hns sold a piece of land below his pond, on tho brook, to Krank Fethermnn, nnd he intends next summer to run a sep nrntor so folks in this section will not be obliged to go so far to dis pose of i heir milk. Tho Ladles' Aid met at tho ch...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

THE WHATHKIt On Friday, cloudy and decidedly colder weather will prevail, and on Saturday fear weather. F K" H K K K tO JO K" g jp jO f K K" K Scmi-Wcckly Founded 1908 H l J Weekly Founded. 1844 J k Wayne County Organ J of the REPUBLICAN PARTY H n C O w J i v t J tft kH , tH fcS J( lot 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1910. ion i NO. 14 NAMED BYCONGER FflWIInONSOCIftLllj Senator Says Assemblymen Shared Bribes. GOV. HUGHES TAKES A HAND. Appoints Special Commission to In vestigate Frauds In Purchase of Adirondack Forest Lands by New York State. Albany, N. Y., Feb. 17. Continuing Ills testimony before tlie somite here In connection with iiis charges of brib ery against Senator Jothtim I'. Allds, Senator Beuu Conger testilleil to the uame of n second assemblyman to whom one of the :hree boodle envel opes distributed by Hiram O. Moe was Blven. It was that of the late Jean I. Burnett, who entered the assembly from Ontario county in 18!)! and serv ed successively ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

ima crazBK, kuidav, van. ih, una. "ELECTRIC SLEEP" 10 REPLACE ETHER Surgery, Long Hampered, I Promised Wide Scope by Novel Discovery BAD EFFECT ON THE HEART Proof That Electricity It Far Superior as an Anaesthetic to Any Drug Now Used to Produce Analgesia May Resuscitate the Electrocuted. Philadelphia. Years of Investlgat Ion by noted sun;eons for a perfect anaesthetic which would have no det rimental effect on the heart or other vital organs of the patient have ap parently been rewarded. Electricity has come to the relief of the surgeon, and Investigation going on here and abroad, Juat made public, shows that electricity Is far superior to any of the drugs now used to produce anal gesia. This discovery. If conllrmcd by fut ure Investigations, as, is confidently expected, will mean a revolution of modern methods of surgery. Perrons suffering from diseases that t all for operations, but who cannot get relief through danger of death if put nn.ler ether or chloroform, can be cured, for...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

THI4 CITIZEN, OTtlllAY, FHIl. 18. 1010. HEN GRUTGH, HERO: 11 Plunged Through Driving Snow Storm to Get Medicine for Sick Man HIS EVERY STEP AN EFFORT It Took Him Three Hours to Reach Town Rested Only as Long as It Took the Druggist to Fill Prescrip tion Failed In His Task. Wlnstcd, Conn. "Evening," Hugh, kow yo feelln' to-night?" asked Henry Crutch as ho boat the snow from his Is coat with a mittened hand and Btrodo into tho lioniu of his Invalid friend, Hugh Blackburn, nenr Litch field, one day during wlntor. "Just mlddlln, Henry." replied tha pallid man, who tottered forward to wasp his hand. . "This weather gets Into my bonos hark to that wind, will yo?- an' tho medicine Doc left last week Is all gone." "Reckon I'll be goln' up Litchflold way to-night, Hugh. I'll fetch tomo moro for yo." "Coin to Litchfield in this BtormI I guess yer crazy, Henry. Snow's driftln' four foot deep a'ready, an" gettln worse. Ain't no boss could wado it, Henry." "Reckon I'll walk, Hugh." "Ye can't, He...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

rim CITIJIISN, FKIDAV, FEB. 18, 1010. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED KTKRY WRDNE8DAY AMD fltlDAT II T Tim cmzKft ruBUsumacoMrANT. Entered as second-class mnttrr, lit the post ollico. iloiicEdnle. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION J 1.60 R. B. IIAKDKNI1K1U1H, l'KKSIDKNT VT. W. WOOD. - MANAQHIt AND SKG'Y DinKcTonB: 0. H. DOHn.tSOKB. M,n. AU.K5. BCHRT WILSOH. K. B. IIAKDRKBHBCIII. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, KH1J. 18, 1010. As tho recent flood In Paris Is but a repetition of others which hnvo periodically Inundnted tho French capital during its thousand years or ioro of existence, one would think that Inventive genius of the Gauls would have devised some preventive Measures long before this. Bcforo listening to the complaint f your children about tho general iendlshness of tho teachers, and setting all worked up nnd excited vcr It it Is better to reflect a little. Remember your one or n half dozen hcrubs drive you crazy about half tho time, and bear with the teacher who Is making for you Intelligent men and women out ...

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