TO THOSE WHO FAIL
f'All honor to him who shall win the
The world has cried for a thousand
But to him who tries, an i who fails
and die* •**■
I give great honor and glory and
Give honor and glory and p tiful
To all who fail in their deeds sub
Their ghosts are many in the van of
They were horn with Time in ad
vance of Time. •
Oh, great i: the hero who wins a
But giv U*r many and many a
gome pale-faced fellow who dies in
And let God finish the thoughts
sublime. _ _
And gic..t i the man vith a s v iel
And good i t’ e man who n fiain:-
But the nil \ ho i; ii and yet still
1,0, he . the tw n horn brother of
tpi * iiF F°l
By Arthur Btbbane
ALSO AN EMPIRE.
SEGREGATE YOUR HENS.
OUR AMERICAN MOUNTAINS.
WHY CHEAT REAL WORKERS?
Within a short time, says C. D.
Burney, aviation expert, and mem
ber of tlie British Parliament, the
farthest point of the British Em
pire will be within twenty four
hours of London by Hying ma
Uncle Sam, please take notice.
This also is an empire. Is it as
far from tiie south end of Florida
to the north end of Alaska, and
from Bar Harbor, Maine, to San
The country is gradually waking
up to our flying muchine situation,
and it NEEDED to wake up.
Secretary Wilbur gives this in
formation. Five hundred airplanes
of the navy are useless. And even
the remaining 224 that can fly,
more or less, are all out of date.
Do you keep chickens? Keep
them away from other chickens if
you can. Europe has sent here a
poultry plague for which there is
po known cure. Congress voted
SIOO,OOO to fight it. Rigid quar
antine will help the situation.
Segregate your chickens, and
beware how you eat raw veg
etables, unless cleaned with great
est thoroughness, which isn’t easy.
Tie cautious, especially about raw
lettuce. The French alone* know
how to prepare that plant, grown in
open fields, often with barnyard
manure carrying typhoid germs.
Every leaf should be separated
from every other leaf and care
fully washed. The salad should
be mixed in a big bowl, turned
over and over, “well fatigued,” ns
the French put it, until every part
of every leaf has seme of the \ i:i
egar on it. Vinegar kills germs.
With vegetables thoroughly
Wi* are r 'ini- bo stork fart of
cur la Hi *. li v. . ■ ! and j *o:;s
Wit and v.f re p ..-toil eisr land to
protect u. .me .r a few years
mat ha' i ,s on land read
‘‘POSTED! Wit pr< ivute any one
cau.n t h'.r c i r land. This
moans vt* i!‘*
We moan exactly wt at this sign
cajrs. Tl . oTer a standing reward
of ny o- ' caught hunt; a ■
or tea; :ur do\i . ;as on our lands
Grant me strength from day to day
To hear what burdens come my way,
Grant me throughout this bright
More to endure and less to fear;
Help me to live that I may be
From spite and petty malice free.
Let it he said: I’ve playsd the game
When cherished hopes of mine prove
Or spoil with deeds of hate and rage
Some fair tomorrow’s spotless page;
■ Lord, as the days r’ all come and go
In courage let me stronger grow.
I et me with patience stand and wait,
| A friend to all who find my gate;
Keep me from envy and from scorn,
As shines ti e sun with every morn;
On great and low, so let me give
My love to all who round me live.
T o and r.r the New Year daw s to-day
Help me to put my faults away
Let me be big in little things
Grant me t’ e jcy which friendship
Keep me* from selfishness and spite,
I et m he wise in what is right.
! A happy New Year! Grant that I
I r.lr.y enure r.a tear in any eye.
When this New Year in time shall
Lei it le raid: You’ve played the
Have live ! and loved and 1 bored
And made of it a happy year .
K.lgar A. Guest
boiled, there ie of course, no cause
to fear typh /id.
The New Haven Railroad wantu
to stop bus lines in'Rhode Island
because they compete. That seems
While respectable gentlemen in
Wall Street were gutting the New
Haven Railroad, robbing old wom
en and children that had all their
money invested in it, they squan
dered millions on trolley lines, etc.
That was ull right, because the
railroad did it.
But now private individuals that
owui their omnibuses want to carry
citizens that own their public high
ways and want to be carried. The
railroad says you mustn’t DO it;
it interferes with us.
What about flying machines,
which will soon give REALLY
cheap transportation? Will the
New Haven decide that it owns
the air, and ask convenient courts
for injunctions to keep tlie people
of the United States from flying
on their own atmosphere? Very
In generations to come, men and
govei aments more nearly civilized
will allow no children to develop
stunted bodies and deformed minds
in city slums. They will fly to
the high lands of Nevada, New
Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, to all
parts of the American mountain
paradise of health and beauty.
There they will develop into real
men and women. The United
States will breed its own strong
people, no longer depending on Eu
rope us it does now for constant
supplies of fresh blood.
Our mountains will supply the
fresh blood, and men grown there
wiil supply the workers, not han
dlers of picks and shovels, but
workers with brains and machines.
The bill to raise the pay of hard
working post office employees may
be defeated because somebody is
accused of trying to get it through
What of that ? Thousands of
underpaid postal employees know
nothing about the bribery, and had
nothing to do with it. The bribery
story sounds rather fishy.
The only question for Congress
to decide is whether or not the
men that do the hard work in the
post office DESERVE decent pay,
whether or not I'ncle Sam should
set a good example, paying his
, servants properly, or a mean,
stingy, unworthy example, cheat
ing his own employees that ho may
keep down the toxcr of rich men.
THAT’S THE REAL QUES
bv The Federal Land Bn k at 5 1-2
per cent is now av.V.lnl’.e. As it
t-i.es son eGO days to o: e a loan,
please scrK me at once it you need
money on your land. This is urt
on’/ ‘he ck-aport money av .ilable on
farm lards, but the farmer practi
cally fixes bis own terms of payment,
and can never Le c.i.ie.i u*?oc to pav
the principal sum. except at the rato
of SI.OO per SIHO annuVlv.
CLAi.ENCE E. ADAMS
IHE DANIELSVILI.E MOr>‘ ’ "* r < DANIELSVILLE. CA.
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W. T. Temple, 292 W. Central
Ave., Delaware, Ohio, for live long
years could not cat a meal without
distress. His trouble was catarrh
of the stomach and bowels brought
on by exposure. Mr. Temple says:
—•“A druggist recommended Pe
ni-na. I took five bottles and am
a well man. While formerly I could
not do a day’s work. I now never
become fatigued.. Pe-ru-na is the
best medicine and tonic in the
world. It is especially fine for
catarrh and colds.”
The value of any medicine Is
determined by results.
Pe-ru-na has been accumulating
results for over fifty years.
Tablets or Liquid
In-ist upon having the genuine
remedy for catarrhal conditions.
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Mrs. Mary ClarK of Indianapolis
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when struck by a train, landing on
the cowcatcher, where she clung,
not seriausly injured, fur 12 miles.
She suffered from exposure, as the
i .thcr was near zero. Her
mother was killed, but a baby
nephew also miraculously escaped
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next door to Corner Bank. Come
to see us we are selling' goods
cheap. We have about 25 hbls ot
flour thatwe can sell very much
under todays market
Price ON Produce
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