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June 29, 1911, edition 1 /
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i State Netfs.
vor.Nc; tnnu iiri:Ni:n to death.
ma MiirMCvis or mqcor.
A postal savings bank wai opened
at Rocky Mount Tuesday.
Mr. David Holder, an aged Con
federate eoldler, -who lived near Mt.
Airy, wat thrown from hii buggy a
few days ago and received Injuries
causing hli death.
ThSrty-o car gtartc4 la a rac
Nrw MeUxxlUt Churrh Two Sonr
i1 Thrt- i:i4Tc I-truycl by
Tire t Hrmlrn-
Henderson. N. C. Jace 24. -As la Prate on Sunday, bat only oa ar
the reitslt of i lla.nrouj fire in North i cjpilxcd and nobody waa kiH4.
Henderion -ar!y this morning, a Mlf If ach a record Is maintained long,
fvarre g 4.ad and the new Metho- racing will toon lows 1U popularity.
dit fhyrch, two store nuiiamgii ana
Apfrrtiralrf j 20.00Q0 GJit
WhUltey Arc Utfffwl Aa-i1y t
l Prohibition Territory.
three r-ldenc- are a majsa of imoul
drSng ruins. The fire originated In
the kitchen of one of the residences
Allen Little, of Salisbury, was e- about 1 o'clock and had gained great
verely Injured near Spencer Saturday headway when the fire apparatus ar-
by being run over by an automobile. riTed upon th scene. The fiatsef
Joseph Gallagher, tentenced la
i'niiadelphla eight months ago to
eighteen month for participating in
Vaaingtos. D. C. Jun 3J. Ap
proximately 20.000.000 gallons
lmuor annually are iti5ie4 by et
pre, principally f ro mail-order ' CoaslSo5er
hnuwi Airtn-i t rr i riT In tra Ett. dilo ed the
hlbitioa states. Morgan - Gsggeshelsi yo4icat .or
Tal tanilog fact u detelo;- many acre of coal land ia Alaaka,
to-4ay la an inquiry conducted by tbe reported to te won a dtuo- o
frfrfixt of Inlrrior Di-3kf
Ail- ALmJL C-U Ia Claim
tioti In Affair.
The tVpartnirat of the Interior, ia
a drrisJoa banded down Monday by
of the t-and CHtm Dea-
tUlst of ta
election frauds, died Sunday night at Interstate Coarnerc ComsaU-ioa is
his home of a broken heart. Con vie- to proposed changes la eapres clsi
tions are so few in Pennsylvania that Scations which resulte4 ia aa ad-
lars. Fraud ia t iitung oi ie
claim is alkged. The decision of
the department was approved by
The automobile belonged to a colored gpread o rapidly that it was soon Gallagher grieved nimielf to death vnce of rie oa packages containing retary of the Interior t .she. , no
man and belonged in a diitant State.
the above buildings
The two-year-old child of Mr. and Miss Pearce. who lost her life in
Mrs. J. W. Hood, of Kinston, fell into the flames, was thought to have made
a tub OI scalding water iz ua; ner ?caie, anu iu it ; m.yci
thinking about th otbr mcali hn Hauor. uccrde4 Kicharu A. ilaiiinger
go unhipt of Juatice. The Commission held that the ex- Secretary. There is Co appeal from
press requirement that liquor con- the decitioa of the Iepartmea. tx-
Charles W. Fairbanks, formerly tainers ahould be packed in corrugat- cept to the Supreme Court, and It is
Vice-President of the United States, ed paper cartons was reasonable, but not thought tho Interests will do
ago and was so terribly burned that ttl that she had not left the house, lost the horseshoe-pitching champion- that the charge for transportation that,
it died a short time afu-r the acci- heroic efforts were made to reach ship of the world, which he won last based upon arbitrary weights eigh- The Cunningham claims. In the
tlf.nt nc.r i,ut to no avail. 'ar to John M. Studebaker. The teen pounds for a gallon of whiskey, public eye constantly for two years.
Mips Pearce was seventeen years contest was held on George Ade's packed was unreasonable, and that brought about tho Ballinger-Pinchot
William is. Smoot. a well-known old. Strange to say, she waa the first farm near Indianapolis on Saturday, the discrimination against stone Jugs investigation and the dismissal of
attorney of Salisbury, died at a hos- member of her family to be awaken- Mr. Fairbanks had the reach on his also was unreasonable. Commission- Chief oreser I inchot. Loul u
pita! in New York Friday following ,.d by the fire, and yet failed to get opponent, but the latter succeeded In er McChord. who conducted the in- Glavis, Chief of the Uand Offlce Field
qulry and prepared the opinion of the Division, and several otner onciais.
' Commission, points out that the in- Pinchot and Glavis were dismissed for
American dustry directly concerned is that of insubordination incident to their at-
a serious operation. He had been ill out of the house before being over- ringing more posts,
only a few days. Mr. Srnoot leaves a taken by the flames. It Is not known
wife and several children. whether she was too terrified to find, A committee of
hr wav out throueh the smoke and Academy of Medicine, In session at the mail-order liquor houses. "It tack on former Secretary Baillnger.
Mr. Samuel Hoiton, a well-known names or whether she remained be- Ios Angeles, declares that the large was the spread of the prohibition who, they claimed, favored the Cun
mernber of the Durham bar. died Fri- kind to save some of her effects. The! number of suicides is caused by the movement." the opinion says, "that Ingham claims. Secretary Fisher. IJal
day night. He was a Kon of Itev. cause of her failure to escape will prominence given this form of death gave vitality to this character of traf- llnger's successor. In announcing the
Quentln Hoiton, a well-known Metho- possibly never be known. This morn- by the newspapers of the country, flc in liquor. With State-wide prohl- decision to-day, sId that new coal
dist Protestant minister, and was a jng the coroner investigated the case The committee asserted that suicide bition came the interstate traffic in land laws are needed In Alaska if it
brother of District Attorney A. E. and announced that no one was to is a private affair and that there is liquor. The decision of the Supreme is developed properly.
Hoiton and Mr. Kufus II. Hoiton, of blame for the accident. no justification for the publication of Court that this traffic was interstate The secretary said the department
Yadkin County. The body was taken to Franklin- tho details. The members of the and therefore superior to interfer- would proceed immediately to the An
ton, from whence the family recently press are accessories to a crime, the ence by the State governments gave al determination of all the remaining
Thirty-six prisoners received sent- moved here, for burial. committee says. the industry a tremendous impetus, Alaskan coal claims. He hoped for
ence in the Federal Court at Wilkes- Mr. Hud Journegan was badly and the express companies as the modification by the next session of
boro last week. The majority of the burned in helping the residents to es- A press dispatch sent out from carriers of practically the whole of Congress of the present laws appllca-
defendants were up for blockading, cape from the burning homes, but his , Madison, Wisconsin, a few days ago this traffic. ble to coal lands.
and the most of them were sent to condition is not considered serious. ! says: "The Assembly to-day gave "Jacksonvile, Fla., probably the Such modifications, he considered.
final passage to the resolution calling largest shipping point for liquor in would permit development under pro
upon the United States Senate to in-1 the South, sends out between three visions that would adequately protect
vestigate the nomination in the cam-land four thousand packages of one and promote the public Interests,
paign of 1908 of Senator Isaac Steph-i or two gallons daily, or a total of Mr. Dennett, in the decision that
enson for United States Senator and about one and one-half million gal-t fraud was practiced, declares each
his election by the Legislature of Ions a year. Chattanooga ships about of thirty-three entries was improper-
Atlanta, while those under seventeen
years old were sent to the Reforma
tory at Washington, I). C.
Woman Hit Oflleer on the Hand and
Her Daughter Tore the Warrant to
Because of recent advances made
by the Southern Express Company,
the North Carolina Merchants' Asso-1
ciation will soon begin a light on this
fm Tin n v hrfort thf Crime irrit inn
, . . T . c. . . I cer vesterday afternoon
merce Commission. Overcharges on
the published rates are also alleged.
At a mooting of the State Hankers'
Association at Ilendersonville last
week the following officers were elec t
ed for the ensuing year: President,
J. S. Bras well, Rocky Mount; First
Vice-President, Leake S. Covington,
Rockingham; Second Vice-President,
Goo. A. Holderness, Tarboro; Third
Vice-President, Thomas E. Cooper,
Wilmington; Secretary, W. A. Hunt,
Spencer, N. C, June 22. Chief-of-Police
John R. Cruse was bitten on
the hand and arm by Mrs. Nannie
' Cash whom he arrested in East Spen-
He also ar- r
rested her daughter, Mrs. Janie
White, both women being charged:
with trespassing on the premises of
John M. Freeman. The Cash woman
met the officer at the door and at
tacked him when he read the war
rant. The younger woman grabbed '
the warrant and tore it to pieces.
The pair were cited to trial before
Justice W. L. Ray, in Spencer. They'
1909. Only the formality of enrolling
the resolution now remains before it
can be forwarded to Washington.
786,000 gallons; Richmond, 546,720 ly allowed because of fatal defects
gallons; Petersburg, 268, 12S; Pensa- apparent on its face. He asserts the
cola, 267,760; New Orleans, 255, S56; Government established conclusively
Cairo, 111.; Emporia, Va., Ixmisville, the charges brought against tho
Ky., Portsmouth, Va., and Savannah, charges brought against the claim-
Ga., ship more than 100,000 gallons ants, and there is no doubt the agree-
Five Negroes Illown Into Mississippi each annually. ment existed among them in violation
and Drowned One Scalded to The movement is much more active of law. The value of lands embraced
Death and Sixty Others More or in the South than in other sections of in the thirty-three claims runs high
A FATATj boiler explosion.
Less Seriously Hurt.
Memphis, Tenn., June 2 4. Five
negroes blown into the Mississippi
River and drowned and a sixth so
rof -iitir.fi T v 1Tn1nn V.an ns ( ;w n- ha d 1 v scalded that. hf died before
sel. ; reaching the hospitalf and from fifty for the consumption
. i population.
White and Ford Sentenced.
to sixty roustabouts, passengers and
officers of the boat injured, are the
the country partly because of the ex- in the millions. A number of promi-
tont of the prohibition territory in nent men in the Northwest are among
that section, partly because of the the Cunningham claimants. In 1902
large quantities of very cheap whis- they were enlisted in tho enterprise
key manufactured and shipped there by Clarence Cuningham, who made
of the negro filings and conducted the negotia
population. . tions. uiaims at once were Clear
The opinion concludes with the listed for patent. Final action was
at the request of Louis It.
WILMINGTON MAN MURDERED
Joe White and Charles Ford col-1 net re Qf a boiler ,'08lon to statement that although it is not thejheld up
ored, who shot Capt. R. C. Bell on! Miiinni River naokPt i function of the commission to dwell Glavis.
tlic ton r f liia froicrVit traiti eovoral I
. . V IU I J k. 11 . ' A l-l 11 I. 1 i Ulll JT&14. ! . . J. r. .
months ago, have been sentenced tol ' J it is considered that the traffic has j Capt. Jarvis neld Heroe's Medal, Yet
' ? 1 CP i i ! .
Joseph while abreast of Lue 1Uitl Ul HutiWU,,
ns rlnwn thp
an evil effect on and is one of the
two vears each on the county roads' .
Horrible Tragedy m Which Mrs. I, of Guilford County. The Spencer; ( important factors in the race problem
M. Sand , is Met.m of Maddened conductor, wao was vicious y attack- wa ga frQm destructlon by the ! of the South.
Husband. ed when unarmed and in the dark- . . . . , . , TT -.
, x . - captain of the ferryboat Charles II.;
ncss. was conuueu to a uosiJitai ioi i , ......... t
Commit tel Sucide.
Seattle, WTash., June 2 3. Captain
; David H. Jarvis, formerly of the Rev
enue Cutter service, who won fame
Wilmington, N. C, June 27. L. M.
Sandlin, an ex-merchan.t who has re
cently been conducting a dairy in this
city, and who separated from his wife
about two weeks ago, this evening)
went to the home of his wife and af
ter a few words struck her and as
Orcn n wlin run Vi i c' nra ft alnnsraiHo ...... . . ....... . r . . n n rl nnrl n p-nlrl mrr1r1 frnm Cfn crocs
several days and still carries the bul-! T, " ' v : . . Ml x .u.HiutiiitH.in " . 7o"- 7 u 7
tuc UUJ.111U& vcacci, uiauucu inn y u lil yj a : . LyjL uciuiv, lcouuc; ui i u aiwiiv; !-
lets of his assailants.
Ilravo Colored Man Saves Life of a
Wliite Roy at Spencer.
Spencer, N. C, June 24. Olin
she rushed from the room fired three Dunlap, a ten-year-old son of J. C.
bullets at her, all taking effect and : Dunlap, of Norwood, Stanly County,
and extinguished the blaze.
At the United States Marine Hos
pital, where the greatest number of
those injured were taken, it is said
that with the exception of Chief En
gineer F. H. Morgan, none of the
white members of the crew or the
, -I i c.. x . 1 ers and who for many years was ac-
1 Will Pass Through Sixteen Southern .. , , - . -,
i tive head of the Morgan and Guggen-
j States United States Department heim enterprises in Alaska, shot and
j of Agriculture Will Co-operate in! killed himself to-day in a room at the
! the Effort. Seattle Athletic Club. On an envel-
: op found on his desk, he had writ-
Washington, D. C, June 23.
causing death instantly. She fell ! fell sixty-five feet in a well yesterday i pasSengers were seriously hurt in. j Plans have been formulated to con-i
across the door leading into the front; ana was out sngntiy nurt.
porch and her husband stepped over! " The well was being sunk by two
her body into the porch, placed the j colored men who were in the well at
pistol to his head and fired, but thej the time. The lad was playing around
ten in a trembling hand:
bullet, it was learned, when he was
later carried to the hospital, only
went through the bone of the skull
and the wound is not regarded as
dangerous. Sandlin made a state
ment immediately after the shooting
that he had done what he intended
to do. Mrs. Sandlin had been mar
ried twice and leaves nine children.
Charlotte Citizen Placed in Jail for
Contempt Released After Twenty
Charlotte, N. C. June 23. W. C.
Owens was released from the county
jail this afternoon after twrenty-four
hours' incarceration because of refus
al to testify from who he has pur-
the top outside. Seeing the boy fall
ing, one of the colored men braced
himself, stretched up his arms,
caught the lad and saved his life. He
was, however, himself crushed to the
ground by the force of the body of
the lad falling sixty-five feet. The
colored man was taken from the well
in a semi-conscious condition.
Two Suspects Arrested Charged With
Spencer, N. C, June 23. Suspect
ed of complicity in the robbery and
assault of Mrs. C. O. Rozzell in Spen
cer last night, four persons were ar
rested by Sheriff McKenzie in various
i parts of Rowan County to-day. Two
I were re-leased for lack of evidence
juries consisting mainly of painful
burns and bruises. Morgan was bad
ly scalded. Of the twenty-four ne
gro deck-hands brought to this insti
tution for treatment, nineteen are se
riously, the majority probably fatally,
"Tired and worn out."
He had been reading a book of Kip
volume opened at "The City of Dread
At the time of his death, Captain
! Jarvis was vice-president and active
Peer Thrashes Man Who Stole Brooch
London, June 26 Lord Lonsdale's
pugilistic ability served him well on
Thursday night when he went to the
assistance of a woman whose brooch
had been stolen.
Attacked by the thief's confeder
ates, Lord Lonsdale knocked the thief
down, recovered the brooch and hand-
duct an agricultural train through
the sixteen States comprised in the
territory of the Southern Commercial
Congress, according to an announce-'
ment made to-day by Dr. Clarence J
Owens, commissioner of the Bureau ; head of the Nortnwestern Dranch o
oi tne uongress.
The railroads of the South and
the United States Department of Ag-
j riculture will co-operate in the effort.
It is sought by this enterprise to in-
the Booth Fisheries Company.
In April of 1896 Captain Jarrls was
married to Miss Ethel Taber, a niece
of Hettie Green.
terpret the agricultural resources of
the Southern States through papers
prepared by experts and to exploit teh
pre-eminence of the section in the
number of growing hours, in average
rainfall per year and in the character
and variety of soils. An effort will
also be made to show the relation of j
Four Sad Deaths in One Family.
Yorkville, S. C, June 24. The
I death of both Col. and Mrs. E. T.
Atkinsom, of Chester, S. C, on Mon
day afternoon within a 1ialf-hour of
each other, followed by the death of
yearn U v.
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Rind are not guaranty i
s Train Irwr luiiih
$:15 p. m. Di:, t
press," Pullman ; - ,
6:15 a. m. !:: r,:
Washington and N,.r' .t
Parlor Car service L
C:i5 a. m. Daily. .;,
for New Hern via .' . T
lor Car service.
' 3:00 p. m. Daily. , , s.
Tmitt Arrive IUUih
T:1'0 a. m. Daily 11 :
daily except Sunday an 1 ;;
Trains Iavo ;li!.f.r
10:15 p. m. Daily
press" Pullman S! ,:?, v A
Norfolk via New Hern.
7:15 a. m. Daily Ur !
and Norfolk. Parlor Car
Washington and Norfolk.
3:20 p. m. Daily fur N-
Oriental and Beaufort, Par .
For further information ar. 1 r
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space, apply to
D. V. CONN. General Ac
Raleigh. N. C.
W. K. HUDSON, W. W. CiLOXTl'N,
General Supt., Gen. Pass, a? ,
Boys 'M Girls
Tn nrrtorin, hi rplp9 th nffiPrs! and tw are held for investigation. A
0 .v. " II T i 1 1 s J - '
stated that on account of his age andj """ Kuue auu cmbei werejiIng witn the coronation crowds yes-!
physical condition it was not advis-!fund to"day ;n ,the r.!m occupied i terday, was relieved of his watch and I
able to hold him in confinement. ! -f usui 1S chain. He offers a reward
Mr. John Atkinson Steele and his
ed it to its owner. The crowd, oneducation to tlie agricultural life Gf mot&er' Mrs' us A' Stele two
recognizing Lord Lonsdale, gave him!the and to define the attitude I ouff apart' being four deaths in one
such a strenuous ovation that he was t znh t-rri imiti ! family. Mrs. Steele being Col. Atkin-
compelled to take refuge in a police! I son's sister, is an almost unprece-j
station. ' denetd occurrence in this commun-j
The Lord Mayor of London, ming-! Famous New York Preacher Elected : lty. I
President of the Alliance.
Owens is a man of family and persis
tently refused to give the informa
tion the officials desired, and was
committed for ten days for contempt
Lightning Destroys Power Plant Near
believed murder,, as well as robbery,
wras anticipated. The injured woman,!
who was knocked senseless with a
bed-slat by the burglar last night, is
resting well to-night.
Found Dead in Bed.
-The Newton, N. C, June 24. A terrific
Wilson, N. C, June 2 6. The news
comes from Kenly that last Friday
night Mr. Will Williams was awaken-
Terrific Storm Does Damage at New-! ed by the crving of his baby who was
sleeping with his wife in an adjoin
ing room from the one he occupied.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 22. Rev.
! Dr. Robert Stuart MacArthur, of Cal
I vary Baptist Church, New York City,
was to-night elected president of the
Baptist World Alliance.
Other officers elected included: Sec
retaries, J. N. P. Prestridge, Ken
tucky, and J. H. Shakespeare, Lon
don; treasurer, E. M. Sipprell, St.
John, N. H.; treasurer for Europe,
Gastonia, N. C, June 24.
He called his wife but got no re-HerDen Marnnam' i-onaon.
sponse. He made a liht and fnnnH! Among American members of the
Power. Company, which-furnishes the ! f 3 o'clock and wrought considerable j his love one stark and stiff beside i executive committee are W. M. Lan
Colonel Atkinson, the first to die,
passed away suddenly while chatting'
with friends at his home in Chester.
Thirty minutes later, as a result of
the shock occasioned by her hus
band's death, Mrs. Atkinson died.
On Tuesday Mr. John Atkinson
Steele, a nephew of Colonel Atkin
son, died; within a few hours the
announcement was made that Mrs.
Susan Steele, the mother, had passed
A O m OCO fT1 Vi -v TT1! 3li4-TT V -v r- J i-, 5 11
town of Gastonia with all its lights . -
on ..ri whi.h frnth!was unroofed and a lot of hosiery
UUU " V utiAVA A a - v. . ItiV ---v- kJ.
Lad Fatally Shot Chum.
Pmncti'inl- XT T T. - o
hsi child. It is a singular coincidence; TVittB W tll '
his brother m Elm City lost his ; anas: H; Jf- ? nl' T!' ! tally shot in a shootin Hallrv t.
power for a number of factories in V1' , --- U1U" u wife about four years ago in the same ; epnena. uu, a. -. iu u, , RlvergId ReCreation Park six rnil
ke county, is to-night a mass ofj an dthe box factory damaged. ; manner. It is indeed a sad 'death. i Manitoba, and S. J. Moore, Toronto.; Sri
ruins, the work of lightning followed!, Jf J Williams is left with no one to Five "Pati to Uie xecutivej. boy ia to Mt't
ThQ rmnrhlv octimatofl icuv"' wc-v.oCo, mmcja helD him look aftpr Alffht i1 ! COllllUlLLee CI CllU-Cil i.1 Uiil X-.Bl.U J . . . . , . . '
at $20 000 - !at,uul eerytumg eise movaoie were j dren.
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whirled about by the young cyclone j
and people were badly scared.
About 3 o'clock this afternoon
lightning struck the building, which
is located about seven miles east of I
Gastonia on the South Fork of the TexS Woman Wear Death
Catawba River, and in a short while
it was practically in ruins.
Man Charged "With Criminal Assault
Gets Only Two Years on the Road.
' Greensboro, June 24. Caleb Hay
nes, who was tried .in Guilford
court for criminal assault, was this
afternoon convicted of simple as-
t. He pleaded guilty to carry-
aled weapons and, another
ous nature, and Judge
road sentences of
, Wills Point, Texas. In a letter
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and suffered awful pains. I certainly
would have died, if I had not been
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Do you need relief? Cardui will help
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j Steals Body of Son From Grave and
San Francisco, Cal., June 2 6.
Amazed at her discovery in Holy
Cross Cemetery -that the body of her!
' Snftt. at tho inmntniT 1 tt
and one each from Austrlia, China, !","".,. " " rtan"
Germany, India, Japan, Russia, andl0?'
Sweden Vice-President, were chos- l!- he bullet pierc-
en from unions in alt parts of the mS marofi-shead.
Raleigh, N. C
International Correspondence Sclc
OF SCHAXTON. P--will
traf tou. durlar -spare ti'
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kt linen, t cu nn !fn I r . I M t i m
er salary tham you are no
That ,o-v x,t im i ror inn inioraiu'.
! "-"o. vasmer at xarooro wpnt . . . n
! Democratic by $50,000. - Clinton ! up. Ea ffia1'
Tpti Farmers' Bovs From Each Dar News-Disnatrh I va3nmgXO- omce
infant son had been stolen, Mrs.
Blanche Gallagher, of 221 Ellsworth
Street, hastened to Judge Graham
with her story, pleading for assist
ance It developed that the father, James
Gallagher an iron-worker, who for
three years has been separated from
his wife,, had broken into the grave,
removed the little coffin, and had
placed it beside that of his dead
mother in a plot some distance away.
to be Given Free.
Washington, D. C, June 23. At a) f'lLES ' CURED AT HOME BY-
of the State directors of the MHii ADOflOnYlfiii
' Corn Clubs of the South to-j"fcii wuwwUr I lUfl Hit I HUH.
M. D. Haaley. Sunt. "I. C b
1 Ington. D. C OSce 6U
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uear sir: rieasr e ,i
plan was approved for a dem-i Jyu snSer from bleeding, itching blind
3n in honor of the victors of SdTuTr "
cat!o a? to how I cas Dec
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tne sou at me iiwi uuui Luueuuuu,--0 uy xm new absorption treafanent; and leaving my Dreseut work
of the Southern Commercial Con-1 T jyd some of this honuSnSJ anaimed
gress. The ten boys in each State JSJ ZJSif fToT?or uaIlfled-
making the highest yield of corn are S'nTLin My am ,a
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June 29, 1911, edition 1
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