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BIG STONE GAP. WISE COUNTY. VA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. 1913.
No. 29
Ex
[yphoid
I pcrts Busily
At Work
[inducting Tight From
iasi Laboratories in Rich?
mond and Roanoke.
tlii limoud, Va.i July 12
turning today from Itoanoke
Allen W, Freeman, of the
{. ird <>f Health who is
immediate charge of Ihn
t, campaign against ly
[lie! fever, reported that a
laboratory for invesliga
n had been opened in the
^u- (Jlty and that bin force
u iiintributed to meet any
breaks that might occur,
i.. ouiupaign now being in
Ufftti I is the liftb Unit the
has conducted since tbo
rganization of t Ii e State
r,i <>f Health and a stronous
ri is being made by health
rd to maintain I be inter
ng record heretofore mnin
1 of a regulnt niiniial re
tinn in the total number of
hold ratten.
generally conceded, how
r, thai the present year if
nit ;?? liable one for typhoid
r and it in believed that, the
precautions must be
prevent t b ii wide
Had provalencoof thodisoase
fjii mil.I winter, the tremend
Btti iiiiiiil?-r of Hie? during the
ipriiik' ootl the numerous bot
kpejl- of the Rummer, it is Maid,
HSu contributed to give the
Bist, n 1 I typhoid outlook.
5;Fkir iins reason, every eiTorl
ttbniii: inatle to keep the pub.
,icS'l?. ! of the situation and
:o n. I Im oaks of typhoid
I hey OOCUr. Ill (his.
II, In-allh ollicers hope to
Be& Ii. IiseiiHe under control
Til- hi iiiLO-iiieills made this
Cat l>> i '- Stale, through the
Boat'I "i Health, are undottbt
Idly tin in-ist extensive yet do
lilOtl In .'"tiibut typhoid. The
?mji.tit'ti will be conducted
toea Hi i-nlial laboratory in
Kicbiiii>i> I and from (be s|.ial
?ImiitiiiN which b a s been
fceb'-il in Itoanoke. In Itich
PQiul. I?i Allen Freeman will
with general BUp
Rviti >n I tin- invcsligntinns
fc'Sviii investigate all out
Khs in Kastern Virginia and
lllldiri ? the activities of bin
|W?bii.i- in Western Virginia.
jIW'iii^li the courtesy of 8ur
Son-i o ial Hilpert " Mino of
fctjni'.' 'I Slates Public lleallb
fcvt.i , . I.. I,. I.uiiimIoii has
(eo <i-i.-.,:i-,| ft>r work in Vir
Ola mi,i ... ill |?. in charge of
Blboratnry in Roanoke With
AMKiiiI trained nstiistnnt <|e?
Ptt- I bj the Federal author!
Kgl'i .1 A. Wuddell. of the
l!g[r"l!> of Virginia, who
Eat'" en?ployed an special
fur the h u in m e r
Vill also have b i s
Uartera in Hoanoke unit
ml;, epidemics that ob
tin western part of the
wanl the public to un?
it!,' hu ill an otlicer of
tr.i today, that the sue
lloits to light ty
lepends almost en
M'"ii the degree of poptl
peration we receive, if
plfl of the State will
'? in prevent typhoid
own homes and will
? promptly when out
occur in their commu
J can hope to overlook
heap of a bad season,
oil! this cooperation, we
a disastrous year.
"I'\ "f note that the
8 Of serious prop
luring recent years in
? occurred in com
' from which we re
no report of typhoid
? ui iase bad been scat
?? nereyer a prompt ro
lomijur. t
riouae and Sov
I fI ami- throe room C
In.i comfortable porch. '
with this ?Oos live oth
1 Ki,r Ion. The two otht
[and truck patch. Spin
i! in but ritflit by tl
wei all together and ui
"? and two years.
BA
Keystone Coal and Iron
Company.
Certificate of Amendment of
Charter.
The Keystone Coal anil Iron fnmpaiiy
hereby ? ertlflee thai
I The said Cnmpan) i- . eor|ioratioii
?I.charlei wasKrautcil b) the Judge
of tbe Circuit Court ol W im- t'oiinty.
. Virginia, .hi the SlMh ilay ol May, IHiil.
audlodgcd In the olHcc ol the Secretary
of the Commonwealth of Virginia on
the ','lst ilay ..i June, ItHKi
8, At a special lueetlnn of the lloanl of
Directors nr the vii.l C.pany, tluly
called ami hebt tin the llnl day ol June,
lltlH, tlir said lloard unanimously passed
areaoluUondeclaring tint an amendment,
chang. alteration in Hie i liartrt of the
sal.l Com|Hiiiy decreasing the capital
stock of tho Company fnim Ninety nine
Thousand Nim- Hundred ami Sixty l>ol
Inrs RiBO.MIO,) tn Sixty six Thousand Six
Hundred and Korty Dollars |{IW,iHO).
sraa advlsablo, ami calling a meeting of
the stockholders tn tak.' action upon the
proposed atncndnieut, change nr allem
lion at the oftlca of the t'oni|siiiy .n 111).
Htoue Clan, County of wise ami the State
of Virginia, Oil the Twenty-third day ?>f
.lone. I'.l|:i,at II o'clock \ M \ copy
of the; said resolution, niarkoil "Kxhililt
A" I* annexed herein and made part
liens if
It. Ndlk-u of the moutlug ofatockhold
or* so called u.is given in w i it inj; to each
of the stdekhiihlers ??! lite s,ul t'nmpauy
by si r* inej the -.one on him |wrsonally or
hy mailing the same to Idm to his last!
known |HMtOlMi ?? address, ,t l. aal ten days]
prim in- nil meeting Th?- said notice
stated tin-time .in.l place of the mcullitg
and its object A copy of the s.,i.l notice,
inarketl "Kxhlblt II" is Iti-lctu annexed
and in.ol.. p:trt hereof
I Thuashl meeting ? stockholders
aas held si tlie place ami lime spot illed
in the resolution and notice herein.lie
ford mention.si, ami a| the said meeting
there were ptcseut, ..i ?tookliol.li is hold?
ing the total outstanding capital stock of
theaakl rohijiauy which consists ol linni
shares
In person atoekholdera Iml.l.
lug, l share.
By proxy sio. kiioi.iem hold?
ing, 1699 ih in
Total, MOO shares'
heilig together considerably more tlinn
Iwo-thiiila in luleresl of the stockliohlej -
li.t\ ui|; voting pol,ei
S Atthesaitl.ling of htockholders
all of the sliHikholderspreseul in person
or by proxy being the s.u.I holders of the
said UMSO sh oes, or neue than two thirds
in int.i of all the stockholders having
voting |m>wer, voted in fav.I' tin
iimeiidinent, change or alteration aforu
saiil, ami no shares were voted against
the adoption of the unlit nuiemliiient,
chsnge or alteration Thu said aineml
meut, change or alteration so adopted b)
the stockholders waa set forth in full b)
them In a resolutioii in Hie following
form, vi/
'Unsolved. Thai tun.thirds in interest
of the Stockholders of the Keysl.
Coal ami Iron <-nmpany having voting
|tower, do hereby vol.- in favor of the
amendment, changuor alteration ailvlaesl
by the Boanl of Directors In the Cliartct
Of tho aald Company, decreasing the an
iliori/eil maximum capital stock of the
Company from Niiicty-nine Thousand
Nine Hundred and Sixty Ilollara(Slrtl,UCOI
to Sixty-sl\ Thousand Six Hundred and
Korty Ih.lhirs (fOtt.rVIO), as sei forth In I
the following resolution adopted hy the
lloanl of Directors of the said Company
at their mooting held on the Hrtl day ol
June, ililll, hereby approving and ratify?
ing I lie sattle, viz :
"Resolved, Thai auameudmeiit, ohange
or alteration in the Charter of this ('.
|iauy, decreasing tl.apital stnek from
I09.0U0 to *cr,.itio, and the par value of
the shares Into which the said capital
stock is divided from (00 hi MO, >s advis?
able, so that when the said amendment,
change nr alteration shall become effect?
ive, Oils Company shall make dlatrlbll
lion of <-.'0 per share t-. ill holders of its
capital stock, ou account of, and in re?
duction of, the amounts actually paid in
on tho aald shares, and flection of the
Charter Company which, as aineuded
by reaolutl.fine atoekholdera adopted
July 14, 1001, and by further resolution
nl the slot kholders adopted September
21, 1005, leads as follows
"Third -The minimum capital Stock
of said Company ahalt be ten thousand
dollars, The maximum .apital stock
shall be Ninety nine thousand nine hun?
dred and sixty' dollars, which shall Ik
j Money To Lend
THE Standard Flotne Compn
ny, Incorporated, provides I.
purchasing contracts with a
guaranteed Investment, an
agreement is made whereby yon
can borrow money to buy nr
build a homo nr pity oil" that
mortgage, or improve your
property with interest at ."> por
cent on yearly balances, and
I ? ir return will In- ;7 '." per
_th on each i 1,000 borrowed.
t rt-ct-iptM never pay divi
[en_iM. We have put more than
tliommnd people in their
|2 ? j homes, anil fan put yon in
' w.?.h, if von will Uikt-our plan.
,,r '"oh ovt-r $'J,(KK),iMiO. Assets
'T $1,660,000. Call nr write at
ml id. j_n
VkB. Ramsey, Agent
Af Office? Over Postofflce
RG^Iorton, - - Virginia
divided lato'share* of the par value of
slaty dollars each."
After the said amendment, change ur
alteration shall become effective, shall
read as follows
Third, 'I Ia- minimum capital stivh
oi saht Company shall I?- len thonsaml]
dollars l lir maximum capital stock I
shall he slxtv six thousand si\ hundred
ami forty dollars, ?loch shall be divided :
into shares of tin- par value of forty dot- 1
lai. eai li
8 Ami at the said meeting of stock?
holders, tin- following resolution was also
adopted by the rote ?rnrvsnhl:
'Kvantved thai ih.- I'resklenl of this
? ompany be and he is hereby authorised
IncauSC I Certlflcale 6f the "amendment.
change or alteration of this Cotunanp'S
charter this day adopted, to lx> made, ex
ecnteil, acknowledged, recordol, lodged, |
pnl.li-.li,.I. etc,.as re.,nired by law."
IN IVITNKS8 IVIIKUEOK the said
Keystone Coal and Iron Company hi-'
i-anstsi thi> i 'ertl&eate to w signed in its
name by its President and sealed with its
corporate seal, attested hv its Secretary,
this '.'.Mil day of .lane. 1013.
Keystone Coal and Iron Company.
|ty I"<a.. Hi iimi tat, Jr.,
(Seal) President I
, Attest:
! I' i A m.i.ii-..s, Secretary.
EXHIBIT "A"
Cop) ul kVsululiun passed b> heard ui
Directors, June 3rd, l?IJ.
II. solved, That an amemlinetit .clian^e
..r alteration m the- Charier of this Com
piny decreasing the capital .-.t.s'k from
fWl.tHJO, to fi-.ii.niu. and the par value ?f.
the Shares Into which the said capital
stock la divided from ton ui MO, is ad -1
vlaabls so that ?heu the said amend 1
ui,'IiI, cliauge or alteration shall become
,11. . lue. lids c.uip.un shall make .Iis I
tribiitl.f i*0 per Share tu all holder* I
nl It* . aplbtl stock, on account of, ami In i
redllctiou of. the amounts, actually paid
ill on the s od shares, and section 8, of
the Charter of the company. Which, la
amended by resolution of the Stockhoid !
ers adopted I Illy II. 11)01, and by further
resolut mil of the Htnakholders adopted
September .'ist. 100.1, reads as follow! " i
"Third The miiiimum capital stook |
of said Compsuy shall Is- Ninety-nine j
thousaml ion.- hundred and sixty dollars, :
which thill be divided into shares ol Ike
par value of Sixty dollars ea. h
aii. i the said amendment, ?'hange oi
literaliou shall become effective, shall
read ss follows
'(Third The minimum capital stork
of said Company shall l.e leu thousand
dollar* i h.- iiiaxiiuuni capital stock
-hall he sixty-six thousand six hundred
and forty dollars ?hieb shall In- divided
int.. shares of I he par value of forty dol
Urs each "
"And Itesotvcd, that a meeting of the
rttnekhnldera to take aetkm on the pro
poscd auieudincut, change or alteration,
Lie .m.l ih. .on.- Is hereby called to meet
at the piiucip.il ..Hi.if the i ompany ill
ih.- Tos ii of Big stone dap. Virginia, on
the Mid day oi June, nil:'., at 11 .. clock
\ M
EXHIBIT "B"
Ktysloae Coal and Iron Company, ?02j
Drexel HuilJinr Philadelphia. Pa.
Notice Is hereby given that a meeting
..i ll,, stockholder* of the Keystone Coal
and Iron Coiupauv has been duly called
ami will l.e held at the principal ofllce of
the Compaiiy in the Town of Hig Stone
Cap and Stale of V Irgluia, on the I wenty
third day of June. Itll.t. at II o'clock A.
St., to take action on an amendment,
change or alteration in the Charter which
Hi. Roaid of I iirectors of the said Com?
pany, m a resolution, passed on the third
.lay of June, It'll'., has declared to be ad
vuMblei vi/
Itcsolved, That au smendment, cliauge
or alteration in t lit- Charter of this Com?
pany, ilecreaatug the capital *tock from
1011,000 I.. |xt0,040,aud the par value of the
shares into which the said capital stock
is divided from fixi to ftn, is advisable,
to that ?hin the said anteudiuent, change
or alteration shall become elfecUve, this
< oinpanv shall make distribution of f.J0
per share to all holders ol its capital
?took, on account of, and in reduction
of, the amounts actually paid in on the
said ihsres, and Section a, of the Charter
of the Company, which, aa amended by
resolution of the Itockholders adopted
July, II, I0W, and by further resolution
of tlm stockholders, adopted September
91. 1005, leads as follow*:
"Third. -The minimum capital stock
of aald Company shall be ten thousand
dollars The maximum capital stock
shall be ninety-nine thousand nine hun?
dred and sixty dollars, ?hieb shall be di?
vided into shares of the par value of
sixty dollars each."
After the said smendment, change or
alteration shall become effective, shall
lead as follow*
"Third ?The minimum capital stock
Of aald Company shall he ten thousand
dollar*. The maximum capital stock
shall be sixty six thousand six huudred
and forty dollars which shall lie divided
into shares ol the par value of forty dol.
Urs (each.''
Ity order of the Hoard of l>lrectom.
U. C. A.M'KHso.N,
Haled June I. 1918. Secretary.
State of Pennaylrania.
City JL County of I'hiU.lelphia, lo wit
i, Annie I. Moore, a Notiay Pnblie in
aud for the City and County aforeaakl in
the Slate of Pennsylvania, Ik, Certify
that George Burnbam, Jr., whoae name
I* signed to the ,.,,11?.; above bearing
date 1111 the 'J?lh day of Juue, A D.,
nineteen hundred and thirteen (lyiu,,
has acknowledged the same before me,
in my Slate, City ami County sforesabt,
and lias furthei acknowledge*! awl de
; dared that he executed the ?ante aa Pres-1
ideiil of said Company, ami for ami orr
j tsrhalf of said Company aa It* act ami
deed, having, a* such President, signed
hia name thereto", and affixed the corpo
! late seal of said Company, ami that he
ha* caused the same to be duly attested
' by 11 0. Anderson, the Secretary of said
. 1 upauy, all of which has been done by
liiui under ind pursuant to the authority
eonfcrreil on htm hy the Hoard of DlreC
tora ol said Company
r Do Kurther Certify that l> C -\u
demon, the Secretary of the Keystone
< 'oal and Iron Company, whose name Is
also signed to the writing ataive heixdn
before incntioned. haa also acknowledged
the same la-fore me. in my State. City
and County aforesaid ami has ilcclarcd '
that by the direction oi (leorgeDurnham !
Jr., aa Presidentof aald Company, ami,
under ami pursuant to the authority cdn
ferred on him hy the Hoard of Direr tors
Of aald Company be has duly attested
said seal of said Company, ami baa slgn<
ed his name to saht altest.tr ion
And I do further certify and slate thsl
my commission as Notary Public afore
said expires on the S8tb day of May,
l?M.
fjteeu under my hand and Notarial
Seal, this 'fweuty llfth day Of Juno; A
D.j 1*18.
A.nmi. It, MoOHK.
Notary Public,
(Seal)
COMMOMWKAI.TII i>K VIRGINIA,
1**1* tit i ur n i ok mi. statk r ttiti't?
katiom commission
City Of Richmond 1
2nd day of July, IU13. i
l ire accompanying certlfloale for an
aiueuilrttenl to the charter of the
key-tone Coal and Iron Company, de
creasing its maximum capita) stock from
?uu.iKiti.iM) to 1410.040 <x? and reducing its
l>ar value from tOO.OO to \ 10 isi per snare,
signed in accordance with law. by Geo
llutribam, Jr., Its President, under the
seal of the corporation, attested by D, t
Anderson its Secretary, ami duly ae
kooMledged by them, having been pre
solittsl to the Stall- i nrlhtratinli i oounis
sion and the fee, If any, required by law
having beeii paid the state Corporation
CommiKsioti Itaving examined saitl cclti
Qoabj, uow deolarea thai the Keystone
Coalsuad Iron Company has com|died
a lib the ret|uiremeut.? ol law, and is en
litlctl I.) the amendment or alteration of
its charier set forth in said application
Thou-fore, It la ordered thai the ohartei
of the Keystone Coal and Iron company
i corporation oremted by Circuit Courl
(Vise County be ami the sune is amend?
ed ami altertst in the mahnet ami lor tin
purpose set forth in said certificate, to
the Haute extent as il the saitl application
.sere now herein tiauaotbed in full
ThbisaidoertlQeate, with this outer, is
hereby uertlfted to the Secretary of the
Commonwealth for record
RonttHi It I'm s ri ?
"-call i halrnian
Ii I ? n son, Clerk
t OatM.ONWEAI.Til OK \ IH?IN1A,
OVflCK Ol till mkchktauy Ol lilt com
?ms ? k vi. I'll
In the I lity t If ItlchlU.I i
'.'nil day of July. 1018 i
The foregoiug amendment in the chai
let of Key si.me Coal and Iron I .pant
was this tlav received und duly recorded
luthlsodlce ami is hereby ecrtltled to
the i l. ih of the Circuit Court of Wise
(bounty sceordlug to law
B. O. Jamkh.
Secretary ol the Comiuouweath,
COMMONWEALTH til VIRGINIA
or, ret. or mi:SRCHETaHI til NIK 1:0*1
ilOSW KA) i II.
I. II. O. .lames, Secretary of the Coin
inouwealth of Virginia certify that the
foregoing is ? true copy of the amend
inent to Charter Kent.Coal and Iron
Company recorded in this office on the
?.'ml day of July, \ D., 10111.
Given under my band and the lossei
iea| t>f the I 'niiiiuuiiwealth at Blchmolld
this the tenth day of July in the year ol
our Lord one Thousand nine hundred
and thirteen and in tin- one hundred anil
thirty eight year of the Commonwealth
H 0, Jamks,
Seeretary of tin- Commonwealth
JulylO-SO-31
May Extc-uti Line Into
Dickenson County.
Cliutwood, Va., July 21.??
Special.?The Virginia ami
Kentucky Railway, now opcr
at ing 11 line in Wise county
from Norton to Wise, im con
sidering the question of extend
ing itn line, the location of I
wliicli has already been survey
oil, from Wine down Birchfield
Creek, down Cranes Nest Rivet
to Longs Kork to Clintwood,
and from there Down Hrtish
Creek to Pound River, thence
down l'tinuil River to itn mouth
on tho (Jaroliuu, UliochfielU &
Ohio Railway! a distance from'
Wido of about 35 miles, This
line would for at least two-!
thirds of its distance pass I
through the finest territory of
oak timber in the country ami I
would ulso penetrate thn.oal
Holds of largo urea and line
quality. iMr. K. M. McCluro at
Wise in autiorintor.tlont of the
road, and he is reported as say?
ing that pluos for this extension
are well under wuy ami almost
an assured fuct.
REWARD
On the Fourth of July at this
place a hoy, whose name is un?
known, found a pocket book
containing$38.00 in money, ami
is reported to have turned it
over to a policeman. I will
pay reward of $5.00 for the
name of the boy and indentifi
catiou of tbopolicemaii to whom
he gave,the pooketbook.
G. E. ?illv, Sergeant.
The Farmers
of Virginia.
Prof. P. B, Kegloy, who re
sides at Emory, and who has
t r a v o I I' (I extensively over
Southwest Virginia, writes the
Richmond Times-Dispatch as <
follows: 1
Von may bo interested in
knowing something of the pro
gross of agricultural life ami
education unions the farmers
of the far Southwest. It has
lieen a pleasure to me for sever
al years t<> lie among the people
of several counties in the inter?
est of improved methods of '
farming and die betterment of
country life. 'I he observer '
wlio says there is not an awak?
ening of the rural population
here does not know whereof he
speaks. 1 have found their at?
titude so good and their re?
sponse so ready that it has been
impossible to answer all the in?
vitation for visits and confer
ences received, or to touch more
than half the influences that
have called for help. There if
not a week that does not bring
some inquiry for a farmers' or
teachers' mcoting'tltnt will help
to ex tend the educational move?
ment that has been inaugura?
ted.
The farmers are not organis?
ed for uniform progressive
work,bul there are slrongwilleil
open minded, level beaded in?
dividuals in overs community
who are applying the sumo
thorough study, precise man-j
ugeutont and painstaking care
to their business as does the
railroad Company ?? r mercan?
tile house in a commercial city.
I'lloy blush W ben you refer to
them us scientific farmers, ami
are pleased to know that they
have become very important
members of the community. At
any community meeting you
liml them in Ibo front heats
listening and talking in an in?
formal was, ami learning as
they have learned before that
there is still morn to be learned.
In one case it is an old man
who has been reading, in an?
other a traveling or business
man who has learned tin- value
of good business and seen other
places,in another an industrious
sort of fellow with good taste
who has picked it up himself
In uvery ease one finds an at i
tractive homo occupied by in
foresting people It is no sur
prise to Hud a number of farm
I papers, u magazine or two, a
daily newspaper, and an iridis
ponsablo county weekly mi the
family rending table.
There are few families that
I cannot tell you about the high
Iy(olds of corn, corn club boys
jure making, and about the dan?
gers of germ diseases that so
mysteriously lay havoc with
their lives It is not uncom?
mon to see rams and motor
wheels at the springs along the
road ami windmills and engines
at the wells on the hills. Ami
I am never surprised to liml a
Complete water and light pliint
in any rather n 6 w looking
bouse on any well kept farm.
In road construction the most
sanguine expectations have
been surpassed. Some mis
laki s have been mailt- and some
omission for maintenance al
lowed. but that only stimulates
provisions for another effort.
In spite of any irregularities
tbat have come in local using
a n d constructing road beds
every neighborhood that has an
improved road is proud of it.
Those who can't have macad?
am roads will soon get inter
tested enough to make good dirt
ones, ami such implements as
King drags, may yet be seen in
common use.
More people s o w crimson
clover and cowpeas than would
bo expected in ibis mountain
climate, ami alfalfa patches dot
the roadside or "any valleys.
I lame is believed to be a good
I thing, but neighborhood grind
I ers will help to solve the prob?
lems of long hauls. It is
thought that a good crop can?
not be raised without fertilizer,
so that is used as "medicine,"
the formula not being known,
(.'lover ami Heed is too high to
be thrown away, especially
when the plant does not last
more than two years. The big
cattlemen know the value of u
good pasture, but tho little fel
lows do not figure much on an
old pasture Held. The sheep
nod cows rarely have enough
to out nod the hogs make their
own way until corn shucking
time. When asked whst kind
of corn was planted, the uhumI
reply, is Home "white mid some
yellow", Kvcry progressive
man has experimented with
numerous Improved varieties
0 f Seeds, and hits generally
come <>ut with hin old variety
more mixed and deteriorated.
Yet there is much corn thut is
good, though yields are low for
the quality of land. Subsoil
ing and deep plowing will be
practiced more an draft horses
replace the native saddlers and
imported trotern. Silo? will be
constructed an the Huhcock
lester makes it? way into the
country, and the farmers be?
come willing to go to the trou?
ble to feed a cow. The till nop
Industry will grow, an dogs can
bo dispensed with. Spray
pumps are being forced into
u80 by the spread of plant di
soases, thai used to be unheard
of.
Vaccine is u o w gouerally
used for blackleg, but untile
times the calf is run and tiled.
Mites still bother chickens,
even if thoy are pure bred, und
some people do not know what
to do for them. Mrooinsedgn in
as natural as blue grim*, uod
has the right of way in some
places, Shorthorn steers are
often not finished until they
uro four yours old, ami then
thoy may not go on the bust
markets Methods of success?
ful management need to he
studied and taught.
I lind some examples of line
farming and successful gruzing
some homes Dial are ideal ill
appointment and spirit, some
enterprises that are magnificent
hi scope ami management Hut
no phasr of country life is w i II
organized, There is too little
gutting together, too much do
ing tho other fellow, too much
mistrust ami iiiiHinamigeineiit
of public nfTnirs, Those of us
who are in the Held are trying
to lind, recognise ami encour?
age every good thing in opin?
ion and practice about the home
and on Ilia farm, and trying to
discourage extravagance, indo?
lence and wrong impression.
Wo have a gootl opportunity to
w o r k through the schools,
through clubs for young folks,
through visits to farm homes,
through neighborhood meet?
ings, and through newspapers
and lecture courses at colleges,
There is u spirit of eo-opera
lion among t h e educational
f iiees that is gratifying, a sug?
gestion of reorganisation ami
redirection of community life
Hi.it is Stiinulatiug. i >ur big
problem is to get the right atti
ttlde of mind among all the
people, instruction is an easy
thing to get when it is really
wanted. < Mir progress comes
at as high a cost as does our
land, hut it is us sure uh the
rock under blue grass sod.
LIVKR GETTING LAZY?
D0NTST0P WORKING
Take Hudson'* Liver rune snd Uu AtMju!
konr ttuslne . >l will Liven Up
Your Liver Wiihoui Harm.
A bilious attack or constipa?
tion can he relieved in a short
while by a spoonful of DodHon'u
Liver Tone -the mild, vegelu
ble remedy that every druggist
guarantees.
.lust ask Mutual Drug Com?
pany about Dodson's Liver
Tone. They know thut it in u
harmless preparation that starts
the liver without violence and
puts you into shape without in
terferlng with your habits.
This store guarantees it lo be
all that, and will give you your
money hack if you don't tlmi
Dodson's Liver Tone gives you
quick) easy relief.
Dodson's Liver Tone is for
both grown-ups and children.
It has a pleasant taste, and is
safe and reliable. The price is
."?ii cents for it large bottle, ami
your 50 cents hack to yon if
you tell Mutual Drug Company
that it hasn't been a benefit to
you.
Don't take calomel, and don't
buy imitations of Hudson's
Liver Tone?you may ma Into
danger if you do.
Ruy Dodson's?the medicine
'that Mutual Drug Coroyany
' recommends and guurautdeu.?
adv.

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