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  • February 6, 1914

  • You have elected a new city council who have assumed the duties of office to serve you without pay. In assuming these duties they are taking hold of a job of great responsibility, the duties of which are manifold and onerous. The council cannot do all things that are needed without aid from the people. The financial condition...
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  • You have elected a new city council who have assumed the duties of office to serve you without pay. In assuming these duties they are taking hold of a job of great responsibility, the duties of which are manifold and onerous. The council cannot do all things that are needed without aid from the people. The financial condition of the city's affairs are in bad shape, and it will require much hard thought and labor by the council to get them into shape, and this cannot be done except by the united effort of our people.
    The council is continually importuned by people of the city over things of little moment: nearly everyone has a complaint of some kind. Would it not be better for our people to forget their petty grievances until the council has had time to get their seats warmed and learn something about the heavy duties they have assumed and are trying to perform? Unless there is a cessation of petty complaints, the council will lose much valuable time looking into them, when they should be concerning themselves with the greater problem of city finances.
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    Jud Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful effervescent lithia water drink which all regular meat eaters should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications.
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