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Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 19. Charged with having planned to blow up the Norfolk and Western rairoari . unprotected points unless he Sis paid $15,000, Abraham C. Ebv, alias Adam Smith, was ar r0sl tchv rs he was leaving the fedrai prison, wner ne nau just finished a term of one year. r Aviators to Fly in Columbia. rolurabia, S." C., Oct. 19. Two rieun II. Curtis Aeroplanes will f make exhibition flights , on two days of the South Atlantic States corn exposition which is to be held ifl Columbia from December 5 to 8. - " : ' ' "' ""' ' The contract for the aviation raeet was signed tonight by the Columbia chamber of commerce. This will be the first aviation meet in the State. . Negro is Murdered By I5Yearr Old Son. Cartersville, Ga., Oct. ' 19. Jim Gore, a negro sixty years old, is said by a coroner's jury to have been murdered by his fifteen year-old-son, at his home 12 miles from Cartersville. Ilis head was blown off by a shotgun and the . body thrown into the Etowah river by the boy and his young sister. The killing was done on Saturday. The body was founc floating Tuesday. His wife and four children are locked up as acces sories to the alleged crime. '; David Bennett Hill Dead. Albany. N. Y., Oct. 20 David Bennett Hill's life work ' ended, his body lies tonight at Wolfert's Koot, his country home near Al bany, while his next of kin, Dr. A. D. Hill a brother, is speeding to Albany from his home in Dexter, Io. Dr. Hill expects to reach Al- bany Saturday when the funeral arrangements will be completed. The interment will take place at Montour Falls, Schuyler county, where the former governor and ex United States senator was born G7 years ago. ' ; Senator Hill died at 3 :45 b'cloc-K this morning. He had been ill nearly three weeks with cold and a bilious attack, but his condition had not been considered serious. He was sitting up in bed to take a drink of water when he was seiz ed with an acute' dilation of the heart. Death quickly followed with no one but the nurse at his side. . Mr. Hill had long been a suffer er from Bright 's disease which pri marily brought upon him the con dition that ended in his death. Senator Dolliver Buried. Fort Dodge, la., Oct. 20. While a cold rain fell and added gloom to the occasion, the body of Sena tor Jonathan P. Dolilver was laid to rest in Oakdale cemetery on a hillside overlooking Fort Dodge. The drizzling rain, driven by a raw cold wind compelled the fam ily to abandon the original plan of holding the services on the lawn of the Dolliver home. The funeral was held in the 5Gth regiment armory which ac commodated 6,000 persons. The Two Johns Give Million. AVashington, Oct. 20. Contri butions of one million dollars for the world wide expansion of the Y. M. C. A., $540,000 of which was given by John D. Rockefeller, was announced today at the confer ee of Young Men's Mission Workers in the east room of the hite house. President Taft ad dressed the delegates and heartily endorsed the organization. Husband Overtakes Wife and Physician. Dallas, Tex.. Oct., 19. After a chase of over 3,000 miles, D.C "ale, a wealthy oil man of Oil Pa., overtook his wife and ur. Pohn Miller, alias T. L. Mul len at the state fair grounds here admitted their indentity were plac ed under arrest. Following a reconcilation with ner husband, Mrs. Dale left last yght for her home in Oil City. 1 Ae runaway couple left Pennsy lvania home October 9 in an au wmobile and went to St. Louis, aere the car and their personal ejects were shipped to DaUis. t 1- ale claims that she was fjPnotized by the physician. The a, iwhen he pointed out the , d 3tecti ves atempted to i"-nawf 7 physician, but . by officers. Dale ft "-, vVJm tj. )A j p p. ( (F;. K - , Your children can cat; Ccttohm made cookies and """"vX - --'v I ,Your viwi ivii,uT and digest Laid Cotokne is a .- - . cj. duct made from pure, refined cotton oil and every bit as digest ible and nourishing as olive oil. . Cottolene makes food which any stomach can digest, and, builds up the tissues of the body. Let your children eat all they want of food cooked with Cotitkne. It won't harm them! - . Made only by - THE N. K. FAIRBANK CO 'n..s.: 'iiniiiiii i mm tmi m-i Hi, .n. m Aa Cookies are AooA if made with .Cottolene Take Condemned Prisoner From -.. Jail. .uovingston, va.. uct. zi. Aw- j ing the guards of the Nelson jail ' into comparative non-resistance, a crowd of 75 armed mountaineer friends of John Moore, miderf sen tence to be electrocuted, at Rich; I mond on November 25 for ihe l murder of Frank Howl in Nelson the jail at one o'clock this Iuoril. ; ing, stormed the jail,, and effected j determined mob to prevent an j alarm being spread. Almost as j quietly as they had entered the town, they left it and started back j to the mountains. It was uot un- til some hours after the rescue that the news spread and soon sev- O'tqI rl oti i fir clio-iifTa' Warn rn li qit wv inn tha rUni to rv frt re-arrest the murderer. It is rear ed that blood shed wil Iresult fro i any attempt of the authorities j i recapture the murderer. Many of the mountaineer friends of the condemned man believed him in nocent of the crime. . Autos and Air Ships at Savannah. Savananh', Ga., Oct. 21. If the sanction of the Automobile club of America can be secured an in ternational race between the win ner of the grand prize and auto mobile race and as many aero planists as wis hto enter will e ararnged for grand prize week m Savannah. This Woman is Given $500 for Attempted Kiss. Birmingham, Ala.,. Oct. 21. A jury in the circuit court today nr t -r i "warueu xvuSe moA i $ouu aamages irom iii. o. uoia smith. The allegation was that the defendant had tried to kiss her. ' Wife Shot Husband, Asking for Divorce. T n nt I U Charley WilBanis, a former laun- dryman of this city, was shot and : seriously wounded by his wife, Ethel Williams, on Market street 1 " 1 "1 ' 1 41, yesteraay, wmie tne street was crowded: Williams and his wire had been separated for nearly a year. The wife asserts he has contributed nothing to the sup port of either herself or little child. t . Divorce proceedings are in pro- gress. wnen tne couple met on the street Williams stopped to talk of Willintna stnrmpd frt tallr it over He stated that he want ed a divorce and exhibited love letters from another woman. The Vote a ainst - Butler and Booze, couple started up the street when , & , the wife drew a pistol, shooting Boodle and bonds. The demo Williams in the back. Both par-, cratic party, offers you capable ties are under bond for appear-1 men with which to fill all the offi ance. - . ; fees. There is not an unfit man on Just All Ton Can. Do al lthe good you can, -By all the means you can, . In all the ways you can, At al lthe times youvcan, To al the people you can, : As long as ever you can. Senator Overman, who' speaks at' the court house next Saturday, will be met at the depot by a com---cf yoirr: men. The dis- : .;- : .,JwiH then be children can vaX.Cottdem made cookies ouici pu'ry iK-causo ; ic never ;maKes ,tooa greasy as r- I ;ii;u , iue Eioraaui :; caa : easny the stomach it.- . : is an animal ooduct. iuit Dlaln hoHfat. vegetable oro- M?AN ....... vti,--lJ,i '.-' 1 . ' ' - "Jci - iJaMi'jii -' for DOUGHTON WILL WN. That: is most encouraging news from tho Eight District. Indica tions warrant the belief that Mr. Robert h:. Doughton will defeat l' . ' ' . t l . fni VOiigressiuan owies. xne iair- mmded meii in thos3 mountain counties want no federal iriterfer- ance at their ballot boxes and the till has "cooked his goose" with them. While 'visiting in -Raleigh ., T: .' ' recently ex-lieutenant liovernor Rufus A. Dousrhton and Hon. W. C. Newland gave assurances to a newspaper reported that the Democrats would carry the dis trict in the following language: tainly Democratic this year was the clear cut . declaration of two gentlemen of that district who were here yesterday, Lieut-Governor W. C. Newland, of Lenoir, and former Lieut-Governor R. A. I Doughton, of Sparta. The Eighth is going to give a Democratic majority. I feel ab solutely confident of it," said Mp. Donehton. "V will win a vir-tnrv .t.. ;!i xi. oxx there as we will in the State in which the majority is going to be increased over that of two years ago in thp General Assembly we will have quite as many Democra tic members, if not more, and the outlook is that we will send ten Democrats to the next congress of the United States Mr. Newland agreed with Mr. Doughton. and said: "In the eight we are going to elect Bob Dough ton to Congress and Cowles can't help it. The people are aroused and are thinking. They can t be fooled any longer, for they are hav ing a prosperity that does not pros per, and a full dinner pail that is is not fulL Jn the state the Dem ocratip majority will exceed that of two years ago and I expect to see ten Democratic Congressmen elected in North Carolina. Yes it does seem highly proba- ble that North Carolina will be re a . , irt I' - " J ten good democrats. 4 4 the ticket and the majority agaiiist Butler and, his crowd should be 50,000. Better let well 1 ; enough alone. ' ' : ' . " :, : 4 Marion Butler ought to hide his face in shame for turning traitor to North Carolina while he was United States Senator, instead of asking the people for another lease of power. He certainly .has his rjprye with him. "Nature's Gift c V from the , -i ''rrU Sunny SoutIi" " rrfTK - r(r Jb- " and assimilate - - ,;, rJ, , APPEAL TO YOUITG IdEN. . Both the democratic, and Repub lican parties are appealing to the young men for their Totes and in fluence this year. Butler and Morehcad say their party "isgping - -S to De made respectable Chair man Eller and his host of advisors point to the glorious record of the ' North CaroUna democracy in the start right by uniting with the party of decency and good govern A . o . ment. oyeaung to young- men tne ews ana UDserver says: Mr. Young Voter: As long as Butler and, Holton had the solid negro vote they did not woo you as now. They wish you to re- place the negroes disfranchised, 0ver their opposition, as Cameron Morrison put it in a recent speech in Davidson county. Tnere are seventy vacant nigger political thousand shoes in North Carolina. Today the good white people of North Carolina are asked to put their lily-white' feet with them. Will they do itr f he truth isr that while now and en a young Democrat fills hi belly with the husks prepared fcr t ii e ixepuDiican swine, scores oi ycung men with lieiubii.u fathers "are casting their lots in North Carolina with Democracy and Progress, one and inseparable. There is room tor them all, aid welcome. v. Every young man in North Caro lina who becomes of age this year ought to start right, by voting tiie Democratic ticket, rven should he incline to some Republican na tional pnnciple, -he should not en derse Butlerism by his vote, it is to endorse treachery and trea son, and the man who votes the Republican ticket this year is get ting on a lower plane thau if ho had endorsed it at any time in the past: ' - : -,: '. ... Young man,-do you think .the moral treason of Butler , yiVL "inake the Republican " party "respectable"? , 1 T If "First yoters clubs" are being organized by. young democrats in many towns and cities, , with much success. It is important for young men to start right. ' Do not forget to hear Overman on the 29th. He will 'tell you something worth hearing. Next Saturday is the day. , C ; ... Grant made a secret charge false ly charging a good woman with the commission of crime. , If the Tenth district should re-elect. ; a man guilty of that wrong it would write itself down as wanting in punishment of a slanderer . of a good woman.News and Observer Is your name on the register- j tion book! The books will not remain open many - days r' longer. Democrats, do not forget" this. ,, . . . m m. - Ther are few republicans who hit" harder and with-, greater ef fect than Col. y. S.-Lusk," of Ashie ville: .'This-yeay the Colonel is eri-j gaged in " whacking 7 the sa-cal-j ed leaders of his own" . party and . democrats are not one bit sorry. He is thoroughly disgusted .with the-Butler-iVLoretiead aynasty, and uses vigirous Englishjn paying his respects to them and'tleir sale-. A V s - 4 o ' ' .' f The democracy of - Henderson county is' fortunate . in drawing such prominent speakers as Sena- tor Overman and Governor Glenn who are to deliver -addresses here on Oct. 29 and Nov. 3, respective ly. Every citzen of the county who ' enjoys . goods democratic speeches should hear these distin-. guished meni . : Keep the date in mind. . " . ... . . .... : ,- Hon. Cameron Morrison,, of Charlotte, . recently said, in a speech : ' There are 70,000 vacant negro political 'shoes in North Carolina. Today the good white people of the state are asked to Put their 4 lily white feet in them. Will they do it ? " No ! a thousand times no! , . . . . v. 4-OH- - ; '' . ,,; , Dellcloiu Zuusbnaia If you like crisp, .flaky doughnuts, richly browned without a suspicion of greasiness, try the following recipe : Creanir 3 - tablespoons of Cottolene with cud of sugar, and weU-beaten yolks of 3 egg3 with white of one.- To this, add one cup fresh mashed potatoes, cup of milk and 2 cups of flour sifted with teaspoon each of salt and ground mace and 2 teaspoons of baking powder. Add more flour as necessary, to roll. Cut In rounds with doughnut cut ter or otherwise '"and fry In Cottolene In deep kettle. Cottolene should be about three Inches deep and be heated gradu ally to proper temperature. . Doughnuts fried in lard lie like lead on the stomach: krd is indigestible. Cottolene on the contrary, makes food that even a child can digest with ease. Attempt to Fly Over the Ocean ; From West. New York, Oct. 21. The next attempt to cross the Atlantic in a balloon will probably be made on a westward course the opposite from that attempted by Wellman. The expedition will be, that of Joseph Brucker, formerly of Chi ' cago, who has been engaged for a year in the preliminary plans for his airship trip. Dynamite, .Match, Explosion . ' Death. Paducah, . Ky., Oct. 20. Not knowing that the fuse had been lighted when he applied the first match, Ulrich Beyer, a prominent farmer of the county, who was dy namiting : Massa creek for fih met (jleath when a stick of dyna r.it'r exploded in his hand. -- Both hands were, blown off, his eyes blinded and he was otherwise injured. Death due to the , J , c snocje. King of Etornals Is Security for your loved ones. Ethical physicians say Gow ans is the Best. It positively Cures all ills arising from In flammation or Con gestion such as Pneu monia, Croup, Colds. Have ftfven Govrans Preparation "a thorough test. 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