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JIM: The News dispenses advice


Found in the November 5th, 1919 News

Some things are timeless...

If you like your town, say so.

If you don't, keep still and try to improve whatever does not suit you. Remember that when you start knocking the town which you live in, you are also talking against yourself, your family, and your business.

If other places seem more desirable than your own home town, it is only because they are at such a distance that you cannot perceive their imperfections. You are living now in the best town on earth. Tell people about it.

Wisdom unearthed by JIM

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