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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1910

THE WEATIIKH On Friday partly cloudy to overcast wenther will prevail, and on Saturday colder weather tc t? rc K if c rr tr K" it . K" K" it r K Scml-Wcckly Founded , fc 1908 3 fc Weekly Founded, 1844 J V- Wayne County Organ of the Hi J REPUBLICAN PARTY .N J w J ,tf k Jtjt&jt & wt JlJtJtJt "3 67th YEAR. HONBSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1910. NO. 2 She HAS APHASIA Explorer's Sister-in-law Says He Is Very ill. WIFE IS NOW AT HIS BEDSIDE Ouce Honored Polar Voyager Is Such a Nervous Wreck That When He Wants Butter He Asks For the Salt. New York, Jnu. C Mrs. Josephine Dudley, sister of Dr. Frederick A. Cook, the discredited explorer, says that Dr. Cook Is a victim of aphasia, unable to think on any subject for more than an Instant, that Mrs. Cook Is constantly at his bedside, that while on the way to recovery recently he suffered a severe relapse and that he continually insists that Mrs. Cook shall not leave him for a moment. Mrs. Dudley is the one woman in New York ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1910

THIS CITIZKX, KIHDAY, JANUAKY 7, 1010. w now copy ERIGAN STYLES ss for Comfort Driving Oul the Pointed Toes and the Spindle Heels of Old JR INVASION MAKES WOE Roller Skating Rinks Do Running Business List of Popular Yankee Adoptions Starts Alarm for the Safe ty of Native Crafts. Paris. France Is again plunged Into woo because of the "American In vasion," and the newspapers are Join ing in n cry of "Wolf!" lest Krench commerce be seriously hit because of the growing favor of American goods for common use among the people to the neglect of native manufactures. Figaro started the cry. possibly with sensational intent. Statistics came to its support in such volume that other newspapers were forced to take it up, and now it Is sounding from one end of the country to the other. The first count In the indictment is that the people arc taking to Ameri can shoes. In the beginning the broad too and common sense heel were ridiculed, and native shoemakers felt not the slightest fenr that their ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1910

Ttuj crouton, Friday, januauy 7, 1010. SMALL GAME IS SCARCE II JERSEY Decrease in Quail, Pheasants, Rabbits and Gray Squirrels Alarms Hunters SNARERS AND TRAPPERS BLAMED Farm Deterioration Another Cause of Shortage Close Season to Stimu late Propagation Advocated by All Except Game Hogs. May's Landing, N. J. Game has been so scarce that the hunting has been a failure. Near the close of the season for quail, pheasant, rabbits and gray squirrels, statistics show there hasn't been enough shooting to sup ply topics for a single session of the Ananias Club. Sportsmen throughout New Jersey advocate a closed season that the propagation of game may be encouraged. Primarily the reason for the rapid decrease of game is the onslaught made on it by hunters, legally and il legally. Climatic conditions have not so much changed as to deter its pro pagation, nor has the lack of feeding grounds been altogether responsible. From the records of hunting licenses issued 2,000 gunners raided the game fie...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1910

MIR CITIZEN, 1'IUJDAY, JANUAIIY 7, 1010. inn I11Z,J11N rOBUIIIKD KVKRY WKDMK8DAY AND FRIDAY BT thr cmzuc ronusnimicoMrANY. VfnUreU as secoiut-elnss mutter, nt the post olllce, Uouc9dalo..l'a. SUBSCRIPTION 1.00 K. B.1IAKDKNHKIK1H. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANACIKlt AND SKOY mitGcruiis: o. n. noRruNiiKR. m. n. aixrk. KENRY WlLbOM. lw II. 11 AltDENDKUOIl. W. W. W001. FIIIDAV. JAN. 7, HMO. An eminent Etatistican estimates that during tho course ot an ordinary lire, the nverago man will eat seven rour-liorse loads of food more than Is Rood for him. Tho men who airo now overflowing with business arc the men whoso ad vertisements wero kept running dur ing the entire siege of the lato de pression. Advertising is just a great a necessity to an active business life as food and drink arc to a healthy physical existence. If you stop eat ing you dio for the want of susten ance; If you stop advertising your business dies for the want of pub licity. If our local grocers would let the people kno...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1910

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, JANUARY 7, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN FOlt SAIjE CHEAP A BCt df hnnd-mnde light bobs. KRE1TNER BROS., Honesdnle. 2t2. WE CAN SAVE YOU big money If you wish n Flro nnd Durglnr Proof Safe. Write or call anil bo astonish ed at tho saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lino2 ATTENTION! The Kimble plan ing mill Is always ready to plane match and rip lumber of any kind. Also estlmntc on cabinet work. WY HAN W. KIMBLE. lnioU WANTED Three inch maple, 5 lnch wide, and up. Also one inch bass wood. WYMAN W. KIMBLE. lt'J. OV WILL FIND the largest lluo of sleighs, prices richt. at E. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones dnle. l'a. OioiS. FOlt SALE A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for olllco or house Inquire of Mrs. II. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. S'Jtf. 97,000 buys best stock farm in Wayno county. Between COO and 700 acres. Would make a great club resort for city boarders. A lake covering about 200 acres. Best of fishing and hunting. 14 build ings, lumber, wood, etc. 1 ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1910

TUB C1TIZISN, Kit I DAY, JANUAKY 7, 1010. HOW THE 1 PRINCE CAME Jim Wade Feared He Would Lose His Daughter, and He Did. By CLARISSA MACKIE. Copyright, 1003, by American Tress Association, TVTVTVY TTTTTT7TT VV7 Jim Wntlo shaded his eyes with one broad-hand nnd looked over his rich fields ripe for the harvest. As far us the eye could see from his point of van tage on the ranch house steps the land was his own. because .Molly Wnde was his only child, Jim, witching her prow up from a motherless girlhood, was full of fears and apprehensions for her fu ture. The best In the world was none too good for Molly, nnd so away to school Molly went, and when she'enmo back, unchanged, unspoiled, he was thankful. She came back as simple ltenrted nnd home loving as when she had taken her tearful farewell of hint. The so called broader life for women bad no attraction for Molly Wade. She was tlrst and last u home lover a liomemaUer. Jim sighed even then ns he watched her directing the affairs of the ...

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

THE CRTIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1010. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play . . . By . . . JOHN W. HARDING Copyright, 1908, by 0. V. Dillingham Co. CHAPTER XIX. DESTINY Is n strange thing. Under many n quiet exterior smolder flres of volcanic pas sion thnt nercr aro fanned Into activity becauso the essential puff of cause has never stirred them. Jim By Smith had had conceptions of com fort and life on a large scnlo that he had never attempted to carry out for the reason that the one thing upon which they were based, the one Incen tive, was lacking a wife. Given wealth and a woman rcsp'onBlvc In the ranio degreo to the profound devotion and large Ideas of which he was capa ble, Smith might have developed Into a magnificent nabob, a great states man or a great "captain of industry," certainly into a great and wise philan thropist. Given such a woman as an Inspiration, he might with his strength of mind and self control have won from nothing to n position that would ha...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1910

9 TUB CITIZEN, Fit I DAY, JAKUAlll ?, 1010. FACTS IN rKW LINES. THE MOST RELIAIIJ.E MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION SHERMAN. Charles Harrison of Hnllstcad, spent tho past week with his moth er, Mrs. James McClure. Howard Early of Brooklyn, re turned to that city on Friday after spending tho past week with his par ents In this placo. Mr. .1. L. Stewart of Binghnmton, was n business cnller In this placo on Saturday. Rev. C. J. Moon was called to Brandt on Friday td preach tho fun eral sermon of Mrs. Andrew Blank. Mrs. S. T. Smith visited her daugh ter, Mrs. F. A. West, of Binghnmton recently. Among the numher to attend tho Masonic banquet Saturdny evening nt Deposit wore Mr. Jacob Gardlnier and grnnddaughtcr, Muriel, 'Tiny and Florence Arneke. William Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reynolds. A large party of young people from Deposit spent Wednesday evening at the home of George Arneke. STERLING. We find it rather dimcult to write Jnn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

THE WRATlIKIl: Wednesday tnr, to partly overcast and wilder weather will prevail, mi on Thursday, partly cloudy to overcast weather. I f if tc tr ac H c c K tc H K K" K r tc Scml-Wcekly Founded 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 J s k j :f rr tr rr ao r jc tr jc V- Wayne County Organ of the - j J REPUI S CAN PARTY -9 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1910. NO. 3 ELOPERS CAUCHT. Miss Roberta de Janon Is Found by Police In Chicago. WAITER COHEN IS WITH HER. Heinfts and Her Companion Have Been In Montreal, Halifax, Bos ton and Other Cities Try ing to Evade Capture. Chicago, Jnn. 11. After n chase last ing thirteen days and extending through ten stntes Miss Kohertn Rulst De Jnnon, the sixteen-year-old heiress of Millionaire Kohert Rulst of Phila delphia, was captured in a house here In company with Frederick Cohen, the middle aged hotel waiter, with whom she eloped on Dec. 'JO. It appears from their statements that Miss De Jnnon and Cohen hnve heen In Chicago since las...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

BUB CmZHN, WEDNESDAY, JANUAItY 12, 1010. US AT TRACE OF DARTOE IN US If We Come from Perfect Man We Have Degenerated A Lot, Says Schurman OUR BRUTISH STRAIN IS EVIDENT Cornell's President Criticises Ameri can Constitution in Referring to the Regulation of Divorce Great Change in Religious Thought. New York City. Whether we came up from the ape, an Darwin reasoned, or degenerated from perfect man, as Wilton held, President J. G. Schur man of Cornell Jniverslty. In address- ing the Society for ISthlcal Culture in Carnegie Hall, said It Is certain j there is something radically evil In us, j and It Is the business of modern ef- ' fort to overcome 1L I President Schurman spoke on "The j Development of Religious Thought." i lie conllned himself to the period I from, Milton to the time of Darwin, j whose centenary will be celebrated next month. The inlluence of these j men on religious thought was the basis of nls address. President Schurman spoke of Mil- ton's championship of religious l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

THE CITIZEN1, WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 12, 1010. 8AYS COOK'S IN GERMANY. Brother of llrooklyn Explorer Re ceives Letter From Him. Port Jervls, N. Y Jan. 8. Thco. Cook of Cnlllcoon, Sullivan county, brothor of Dr. Frederick A. Cook, tho arctic explorer, was In this city a Bhort tlmo on hla way homo from Drooklyn and mako a statoincnt concerning his brother, who hns sov eral relatives hero. He says ho has Just received a let ter from Dr. Cook, In which the doc tor wroto that ho wns living In a se cluded place In Germany nnd that his wife wns with him. lloth aro happy to get away from tho public, and tho doctor is having a much needed period of rest, during which ho hopes to recover his shattered health. Brother Theodore explains that Inasmuch as Dr. Cook is not an as tronomer ho cannot furnish astrono mical observations, which is all that is lacking in the Copenhagen re ports. Questioned as to tho place in Ger many where Dr. Cook is staying, his brother declined to divulge it. DONOHUE'S STR...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

I TUB 01TI25KN. wtcdnesiUy' JANUAUY 12, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBLtSUED KVEBT WKDKKSDAY AND FRIDAY BT TUB CmtIN I-Unl.lSllLKl COMI-ANY. rfnlereuos scconu-clnss mutter, nt tnciiost" offlce. Honesdale. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.B0 tt. B. HAUDKNUKUOH. - 1'KKSIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAOKK AND SKC'Y DinixTons: o. h. DonrMNdcn. m. . At-tra. HENRY WILBOH, K. n. I! AHPENRKHGII. W. W. WO0I1. WKDXKSHAY, JANUARY 12, HMO. It Is better to be nn honest man In one lnngungo than n Hnr In live. Take enro of the lille poor! The Idle rich will take care of them solves. One docs not need a perfect knowledge of grammar to speak good and truo wordB nil the tlmo. In tho Now Year mako up your mind to bo cheerful. Sco tho best In everything. Say a kind word wheth er you feel just like It or not; get tho habit of being courteous nt nil times; keep yourself clean mental ly, morally and physically and you will be surprised nt What n glorious thing life that is worth whllo Is. Without tho atmosphere, besides the iuconvlen...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 12, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! COME TO HONESDALE arid so uro ono of tho lino coata sold nt half price nt KATZ BROS. 3tf. DAIRYMEN, ATTENTION! A Star litter carrier will save one-half of the labor about the barn. Seo them at MURRAY CO.'S, lloncsdalo, la. 3t3 FOR SALE Real i estate of the' late F. D. I'ennlnmn. Inquire of E. ' A. Pennimnn, or on promises. tf. 1 FOR SAliE CHEAP A sot ot knnd-mndo light bobs. KRE1TNER BROS., lloncsdalo. 2t2. UP-TO-DATE" FARMERS use tho Star litter carrier. Come in nnu see them. MURRAY CO., Uoncsdnle, Pa. 3t3. WE CUX SAVE YOU big money if you wish a Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call nnd be nstonish ?d at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lmo2 ATTENTION"! Tho Kimble plan ing mill is always ready to plane match and rip lumber of any kind. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 nni.n i"niv lwtci.' ifii'm.M? kills insects of all kinds on cattle. J No danger. MURRAY CO., Hones- dale, Pa. 3t3. WANTED Three inc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

THE ClTlZKh, WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 12, 1010. worn; tiih ijulij. IIcd of tlio Herd Must IInvo Uxor clso o Keep Viperous. ExorclBc tho bull must have, for unless ho Is proporly exorcised ho will not bo thrifty nnd havo a vigor ous constitution. This quoatlon Is a sorlous one, and tho plcturo of Sir Jacob PojsIi at work shows how ft bull niado bo made to cxirclso anil also bo of great assistance to his owner. Ho pumps all tho water for a large dairy, cuts feod and makes himself very usoful to his owner. His :nlvc3 all come strong and tLrlfty sin o he began work, and, al though ho weighs a plump ton, ho jandloi himself liko a kltton. Don' look upo:i tho bull as an onemy and carry a club or pitch fork every time you go near him, writes W. M. Kelly la Farm and EXERCISE FOR THE DULL. Homo. His disposition toward you will bo Just what you make it your self. Troat him kindly but with firmness. Ho Is sure to romomber any kindness and suro to remember any meanness that you may do to him and will ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 12, 1010. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play . . . By . . . JOHN W. HARDING Copyright, 1908, by fl. V. Dillingham O. CHAPTER XXI. she bad grown wise nnd come MJL to look upon Jlmsy's visits as jff pleasant brenks !n the monot ony of her existence, however, she bad obtained glimpses of his Inner self, flashes of the profundity of his mind, an Inkling of his elevation of ecntlment that escaped him, In spite of himself, quite unconsciously. Her woman's keen perception had divined :a spirituality that was burled purpose 'ly by speech and conduct. This had iintcrested her and given her food for 'thought, but sho 'could And no satis factory explanation. The clew to the mystery, which, truth to tell. Interest ed her but mildly, had come to her Iflrst on the evening of her husband's lattack on Captain Williams in the llt itle Harlem flat, when, after be had let fall and smashed the cap, he had remarked n little ruefully that he had ilct sl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 January 1910

TIIJS CIY1EKN,' WEDNESDAY, JANUAIIY 13,' 1010. 4 M I"HMM'MH"JW GiESPONOENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST HELIABJ.E MEDIUM KOIt . SPREADING INFORMATION onsox. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alba HIne of Orson have Issued invltntlons to their friends, for Tuesday evening, Janu ary 18th, the occasion being their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. BETHANY. Margaret Manning Is visiting rela tives In Cnrbondnlc. Hev. V. 13. Slgnor spent last week In Scranton. Miss Collins of Aldon vlllc, Btayed with Mrs. Slgnor dur ing Uov. Slgnor's absence. The death of Mnrtln E. Bolkcom occurred Friday afternoon at his home in Beech Grove. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at one o'clock from his home with Inter ment in Riverside, Honcsdale. There was a largo attendance from hero. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paynter, of Carbondale, spent Sunday with rela tives here. Mr. .lames Johns in going to his barn Saturday evening slipped on tho ice and struck his head, render ing him unconscious for a time. Dr. Burns was called and he Is resting ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

TI1K WEATIIKK: On Friday cloudy weather will prevail, preceded by snow and rain, and on Saturday partly cloudy. .'K'jvs,:,j'K,jiCjCtf,j'jCj,jv,,iC fc Wayne County Organ of the J REPUBLICAN PARTY Scm!-Weekly Founded tt k 1908 k vi Weekly Founded, 1844 5 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910. NO. 4 She Ctfaett SOARS 5J40 FEET Paulhan Breaks Height Rec ord at Los Angeles. SPECK AGAINST THE SKY. Frenchman Rises So High Specta tors Almost Lose Sight of Him Until He Returns to the Earth. Los Angeles, Cnl.. Jan. 13.-Clrcllng In a special over nvlatton field, IaiuIs raullmn In n Farmnn biplane mounted C.140 feet Into the nlr, breaking nil al titude records for heavier than nlr machines. Pnulhan's nscent was one of the most spectacular aviation feats ever witnessed and brought the crowd of 40,000 persons to Its feet, waiting breathlessly ns the big machine lost lis outlines, became n mere bit of black against the clear sky and was again seen In a long perilous swee...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

THK 01H7.KN. PHIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1010. HOW AUSTRALIA S A Real Home for Every One, with the State Acting as a Supervising Parent HAVE NO ASYLUMS OVER THERE Chicago Physicians Contrasts the Two Systems to the Great Disadvantage of Ours The State's Guardian Band Reasonable and Humane. Chicago. Dr. Dayard Holmes, a Chicago physician, in au article en titled "A Continent Without an Or phan Asylum," attacks the methods of caring for orphans in the United States and lauds the Australian sys tem as ideal. He says in part: "In all things, social as well as geo graphical, is the Commonwealth ot Australia antipodal to us. The com mon law of England prevails there, modified by 301 years of English and a less number of Australian common souse. Our statutes, It not our State Constitutions, make our common law rest where the English common law was In 1607. But more than this, Aus tralia has a flexible Constitution, and a people who demand decent and rea sonable legislation and Its honest exe cutio...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

THH CITIZEN, FMDAY, JANUAllY 14, 1010. A OAMj VOl MORE APPLICANTS. A call for moro applicants for places as ccnsiiB enumerators haB been Issued by Burpcrvlsor of census J. Andrew Wilt, of Towandn, Pa. Ho urges all persons In his district de siring to servo, to obtain their appli cation forms at onco and to file them with him boforo Jnnuary 25th, when ho must stop considering new appli cations In order to prepare for tho "test" of tho provlous applicants on February 5. After this ho will ex nmlno and rate tho papers until about February 22, when ho will forward his list of designations as enumerators, with their "test" pa pers, to Census Director Uurand, who will carefully go over and rerato tho papers of tho successful candi dates before giving his consent to the lssuo of commissions to them by tho supervisor. By the middle or latter part of March all the enumerators will have been commissioned, and In receipt of detailed Instructions con cerning their work. To quiet any qualms rela...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

niE citizkn, fiuday,. January u, ioio. THE CITIZEN rCBUtnKD XTKRT WKDWBDAT AM) FRIDAY BT T1IK CITIZEH rUBLUHINa COMTANT. fcnteredas sooond-clniss mnttcr. at the post office, llonesdale. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION 150 K, B. HAHDKN11KHGII, l'MMIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGEK AND SKC'Y DiBKcions: o. n. DoaruNOER. m. b.ali.ks. BSHBT WILBON. K. B. HAnDRSBKRail. W. W. WOOD. FIUDAY, JANUARY 14, 1010. A really important man generally lots some one else tell you all about it. If you cannot mako others laugh, it will help some If you can laugh yourself. Nothing short ot a surgical opera tion can bring out the best there la in soino people. It's all right to look upon tho vino when it Is red provided you have suf ficient will power to let it go at that. A purposeless man is the fellow who has " no ase to grind." It is a blessing that he ennnot propagate his specie. Do strikes cause higher prices of food or does the high price of food cause strikes. The debating clubs all over ortr country could spend win...

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