WOULDN'T HURT BRANDON
Brandon has several needs. One of the greatest of these is a public reading room for the boys. There is not a place in this town for a boy to spend an evening, and then the people hold up their hands in horror because the boys are getting so wild. Better put their hands in their pockets and dig up money enough to rent a room, keep it well lighted and warmed, furnish good reading matter and games, so the boys can spend their evenings there rather than on the streets and in other questionable places.
Another thing that we are way behind the times in is the organization of a Woman's Club. There is scarecely a town in the state but has one or more. Our neighboring village of Rosendale with less than half our population has a flourishing club of over forty members. There are plenty here who would be glad to join such a club if some one was interested enough to take it in hand. Who will it be.