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lULKHiir, N.C., April 2, 1908. Lirrri:n from iiilkixs. ICnterel at the Pont Office in Kaleifh N. C econd-clas mail matter. WAKE COUNJY NEWS. A verdict of not gui ty wa re, turned in Wake Haperlor Court Saturday night ia the case of W. W. lilppy and M. Oakly, respect iv !y !Lfjln;(;r and conductDrof th! paps-nger train of tho Southern Hallway Company, that collided with a freight train at Auburn nearly a yar ago, and killed Eagl deer Parker, of the freight, and loth negro nrtmea- Tht chargo waa criminal carelosi ct8 in forgetting to moetths freight ht Auburn. Tlx Hrothorhoods of Locomotive Engineers and Con ductors stood by the two men sol idly. Daring tho past month five ne groes have bfcen sentenced to tho Wake County roads fcr vagrancy. T Ik fee negroes had been hiding in the woods near Ualeigh and had been stealing and frightening tho ladis of tho communities. This vagrancy law is ono law cspeciilly that shoald bo enforced. Prevent Consumption and Throat trouble by using Vick's Yellow Pine Tar. Best, or money back. For sale by all Druggists. Had Kltlior Way. "I was a little surprised," ob served the new minister, "to see your husband get up and walk out of church during my sermon." "It's just as well you mentioned it," replied the lady. "I ought to tell you that my husband often walks in his sleep." A ltolrl Knight. Cre-at Tirm-w on !! Yrk tck and Irlur. Ktrluingr Hmart AMmnU ThTf $xtu How Th-y .rr-.m-J A w Frt Mwt Wall htmi The i'rmtlnn Comml- Mon Our lionet lV!ifirLan fcpring f Coming .lng. CorrPBfondnce of The Knterpri IillklnjsTllle. N. C. March 31. a . i nev bin rtadtn erbout the fun ?.n xnitmn thc-y hev oa the New York stock xchange. Ther h?v sum animal thar called "bulls" an' bear" that deal in all gorta of f-tock an' bonds an lota tblnKH. Hut I never her onderstood Jist how they got the namis ot the animal. I reckon hit iz bekaae the builB an' bears air go big an' strong that they kin lift up the price ov fctocks an' bonds. When the market git Borter shaky, or they kin climb up on top ov the price an' press them down when the prices eit too high. liears air mity cute little an imals, anyway. I hev seed sum ov them that wuz trained ter dance an uo lots ov other tricks. Bulls don't dance- much. However, them Wall Street bulls an bears generally cause Hurnbody ter dance a glide deal when they git ter prancln' eround in the stock an' produce exchangeh. and thern that does the dancin must pay the fiddler. Them Wall Street fellers air grate. They try ter run the whole show an' they cum purty nigh doin ov hit. They air the leadln pollytishuns ov the country, even If they don't never run rer oflls. When things git dull on the market they take a day off an hell) ter eleckt a Presprdent. n few members ov Congress an' a rew Senators. Hit iz not true that Wall Street owns awl the members ov Congress they don't need 'em awl an' fer that reason .we hev a few honest Congressmen an' Sena tors left. I see sumpthin in the papers now an then erbout the Corporashun Commisshun. We people down at Bilkinsville halnt never got hit strate in our minds what this Cor- Unfttty Hearing for Pardon of J. if. Arthur. Governor OJeon rare a leeziby hearing Saturday afternoon in the cm of J M. Arthur, a well known clUwn of Dover, Craven County, under sentence of five yearn In the penitentiary on th charge of at tempted aw oil upon a well knows woman of that neighborhood. A . L. Wood and W. D. H.'Iver, of New Bern, appeared a couoel for Ar thur. The Hupreme Court very re cently decided the appeal in the cae, iffi ruling the loner court, so that Arthur tnuAt begin the sentence April C unless a jtrdon la gjtnted iou can nag a man Into purga tory easier than you can pray him Into heaven. Ex. porashun Commisshun iz. whar hit They were just coming out of cum frum nor what hit lz goln. Ov the theatre after seeing the perform ance of "When Knights Were Bold." ')h, (Jeorge," sighed the romantic maiden, 'how I wish you were one of the old time knights so that you could do something brave to show your love for me." ,4What more do you want ?" asked George. "Haven't I agreed to marry you, and me only getting $10 a week?" Cincinnati Times. Corn Cake That Melts In the Mouth. Mix one cupful of sifted bread Hour, one-half cupful of yellow gran, ulated corn meal, two level tea spoonfuls of baking powder, one half level teaspoonful of salt, and one rounded tablespoonful of sugar; stir in oue cupful of milk, one well beaten egg and two tables poonfula of melted butter or lard. Beat It thoroughly and turn into greased mullin pans and bake in a quick oven about twenty minutes. The Delineator. "Plenty of Precedent " The Newberu Sun wants to know : "If elected governor, would Mr. Kitchin throw aside the duties of that office, and while drawing the salary and occupying the mansion, devote all his time to running for another office?" Joe Chappie's way of writing from Washington in the March Na tional Magazine, to the "home folks" is unique, and contains those char riling flashlights of prominent men in the limelight. The person alities of these Washington celebri ties are brought before the public with amazing clearness so that a reader of the Washington Depart ment in the National feels that he is actually meeting the men written about. Always put the' sugar U3ed in a tart in the centre of the fruit, not at the top, as this makes the fruit sodden. The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths, There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by it heart dis ease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease. ' If kidney trouble is allowed to advance the kidney-poisoned blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh o the bladder, or the kidneys tnemselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder trouble almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are f eel Insr badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the exeat kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and wcalding pain iu passing it, and over comes that unpleasant necessity ot Demg compelled to go often through the day, aud to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cores of the most distressing cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is old by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle of this -wonderful new diS' coverv and a book that tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. v., on every course hit iz awl rite or hit wouldn't be here. You kin put hit In your pipe an' smoke hit that we never hev anything in this State that aint rite up ter the top notch fer our pollytishuns air rite up ter the top notch in gude things an' they air bulgin' over with piety an' things ov that sort, an they kin turn a riot in to a. prayer-meetin' on short riotis if they feel like hit, or visa- versa. If you don't beleeve this read sum ov the newspapers pub lished In this State an they will tell you awl erbout hit. Well, hit looks like Spring iz cumin' erlong. The trees air bloom- in', the birds air singin' an' the la dies air lookln' erround ter buy new hats. Another sign iz that the pol lytishuns air out shakin' hands an' smilin' out ov both sides ov their mouths at everybody they meet up with. I don't think I ever seed the polly tishuns thicker then they air this year. An they mean business. You can't git out ov site ov one till you will see another a-cumin'. If we could hold awl the -eandydates az sit izens that hev bin ter Bilkinsville durin' ov the past few weeks, we would soon hev a towrn az big az Raleigh an' then we could hev street cars, elecktrick lites an' is sue bonds f5r the benefit ov the board ov aldermen an' them that cum after us. The pollytishuns hev shook my hand till my shoulder iz rite sore. I expeck I'll hev ter hire a substi tute ter do my handshakin', or a part ov hit, if they keep cumin, out ter Bilkinsville at the present rate. My plan .will be ter make the sub stytute do awl ov the handshakin' an promisin', fer ov course, he will hev ter promise ter vote fer awl ov them. If I wuz a rich man I'd hire erbout two substytutes an' tell one ov them ter promise ter vote fer awl ov them an' let the other one refuse. That would set them ter guessin' an make things lively. Then .when you git a pollytishun ter guess- in' you hev him on the jump an' keep him out ov sum other mean ness fer a short time. That hez bin one ov our biggest troubles: we most awlways sit still an' do awl ov the votin' an' mot . ov the guessin', an' we git humbugged every time we turn erroun perlitically. One year hit iz the free an' unlimited coinege ov silvur at the rayshow ov sixteen ter one, an' the next year hit iz tar iff fer revenew. with a little pertick shun on the side. The more I see ov this country the more sert in I am that hit lz a big country plum full ov people full ov patryotism an' a willingness ter fill any offis from constable up. May be hit iz a gude thing fer if awl wuz wurkin' an' perducin crops an' things we wrould soon hev overpro- duckshun an' the country would be in a wurse fix than ever. Hit seems that civilization is sor ter hard on a country in sum ways, especially when civilization an' pol- lyticks go hand in hand az they air now doin'. In the old times they didn't hev much civilizashun an' the pollytishuns put In their little gittin' up wars an' fitjn'. At times they would purty nigh awl git killed an' would then .wate awhile till they rmi Id crow sum more boys ter be men an' then go ter war sum more. Polly ticks air sort ov a substytute fer war. The pollytishuns ov terday air not insistin' that any killin be done. - Mrs. Bilkins hez a mity poor opin ion ov pollytishuns an' lz awlways advisin' me ter be on the lookout fer them, an' I am. An' they air awlso on the lookout fer me az long az I am a voter. Yours truly, ZEKE BILKINS. WANTED I want to beirfrom owner having GOOD FARM or BUSINESS foreale, any size and any local ity. Not particular about loca ir - ...... farm or business it will pay youil to write me today. I only wantH to hear from owners who are willing to sell direct to buyer ana without paying a cost to any 'one. I am not a real estate agent and I don't accept proper ties for sale on a commission basis. Agents! need not answer. If your farm or business is fori ailla VPlfa mk fe Ann .nil T I i t i wuw anu mils. Wsend you free full! details of mv new plan of putting you in touch with hundreds of people anxious to buy. I must hear from von quicaiy, as l Lave more buyer? unan i nave properties to rec ommend. It costs you nothing to write to me ana I may have some one who wants your place a 1 1 - . . . auu win pay you mil price, in writing give price and descrip tion and state how foon posses sion can be given, Address L. DAKBYSHIRE, Drawer 981. Rochester, N. Y. Swiijr S3 1 r 3 1 m m a T JUJi -4 CH Fits d J !r-o - M fWJ ft. mho rrxUy at i ftv! jet hwk ltes iA.no at fftut. We -vl tmt t 51.00. EirEDV If Ideal Alcohol" Gas Stove u4im aaJ iftO Kmfl g i our eac led. ' Yo jar fuf i! I, tilt t a t.s, h month- li t ! it tLitifii- r.,,r monrr in hank, only !-r'trf ;xa actu ally me $I!3.tj on ibe jik. The Ludden & Botes ltaTe PIANO : of other i J woa: i rrt r-.l J,it trcTvnine j'W m instrument If jnigrd by the : r -.w,..,. 4 nrTjBi to jrouiuj - j;sBtpt,lof, The lea an-1 IUt New fx! Piano rn trr,l far lifr time II.. kui COpwr.woB4.nd Heel .tr,g. throttifhowt Fa'.l e.b.ort b Wli ll . . ,v,v ma wui, ji;u i,r "MaifiBr ;het Rrac of puaa. 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In t!n. ay you cau make a aelrvUon that wiU ae;,K, you y"u can leave the question of tone to us. W e will -e that vou i . r-rf, i A well ma le attractive. tool and a beautiful carf go wuli each piauv full information of the club that 1 now forming Write for LUDDEN' & BATES, Soatbera Mask Boose, Savaa&ak, Ca. You can get the Hickery Times- Mercury twice a week and The Caucasian all one year for only $1.50. Address either paper. Ask your neighbor to subscribe for The Caucasian. He will en joy thej paper if he gets to read ing it. ISN'T THIS A BARGAIN? If you wish some ir.iod reading mat ter at absurdly low prices read the fol lowine offer : Thk Caucasian, prica $1.00 Spare Moments, Monthly, 50 The Mothers' Magazine, Monthly, 50 Dress Miking at Home, Magazine, 50 Total subscription ralue, $2.50 Bub our price to jou all to one ad dress is only $1 25 Which is less than the cost of the three magazines alone. Address THE CAUCASIAN, Raleigh, N. C STRAYED OR LOST. One Cow, small, short legs and horn?. black and white, crop off Jefc ear and split in the right. Keward to any per son who will take up said cow at.d no tify me. HA. PAGE, K. F. I). I5nx 3, Dunn, N. C. January 23, 19C8. KILL the COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS w,th Dr. Eting's New Discovery PRICE OLDS Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. FflR rOUCHS VII iff I GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. OUR CLUB OFFER. TWO PAPERS FOR $1-50. THE NORTH CAROIilXA State Normal and Industrial College. Regular Courses leading to degrees of Bachelor of Pedagogy, Bachelor of of Music ouicuce, ana a new course leading to the degree of Bachelor Board, laundry, tnition, and fees for use of text books, etc., f 170 a year. For free tuition students, $125. ' T? Normal Department gives thorough instruction in the subject taught in the schools and colleges, and special pedagogical training for the J""'"s,uu urttcuiijg. leacners ana uraduates of other colleges are of rered a one-year special course in Pedagogy and allied subject?. Tub Commercial Department offers practical instruction in Stenography, lypewntmg, Book-keeping and other business subjects. The Departments of Manual Arts and Domestic Science provide in struction in Mannal Training and in such subjects as relate directly to the nAma anil r i I w AA J AAA V auu J.aixiiijf The Music Department, in addition to the dpffrpp rnnrsp nfrr .o-t;a I cone iu vuuai auu instrumental music. To secure board in the dormitories, all free-tuiti On Unnlir.Jltinna ahmilrl K made before July 15. The fall term opens September 18, 1907. For catalogue and other information, address J. I. F0UST, President, GREENSBORO, N C Read Down. 8TATIONH. iuU Up. 8 1 t 4 Dally Dally Eaatern TIma Dlly Dally a. m. FTii 8:40 8:00 Ooldaboro Ar 11:20 7:S4 3:60 8:13 Miller n:o7 7:64 4.01 8.21 llmV io.&i 7.S7 4.13 8.31 LaQrangw 10.47 7.-J 4.25 8.43 Failing Crk 10.85 7.U 4.40 8.56 Kinaton 10.22 7 00 4.52 9.13 Caawall 10 08 6.48 5.02 .23 Dover 5.58 5.S 5.16 9.41 Cove e.ll .20 6.26 9.61 Tuacarora 9.8 1 6 10 6.81 5.50 Clarka tf.jfi 804 5.48 10.10 Ar New Rem Lv 9.10 6.4S 5.55 10.15 Lv New Bern Ar 9.05 6.40 6.18 10.84 Klvenlale 9.43 6.16 6.22 10.88 , CroaUn g.39 S.ll 6.36 10.59 Havelock 8.27 1.69 6.52 11.06 Newport 8.1I 4.4s 6.68 11.12 WUdwood 8.06 I.S7 7.02 11.16 Manafleld . 8.01 4.83 7.20 11.30 Morehead City 7.6C 4 22 7.40 11.60 Ar Beaufort Lv 7.10 4.06 P. M. A. M. a. M. I. M Daily Daily Daily Dally By R. E L. BUNCH, Traffic Manager, Goldaboro, N. C. Goldaboro, N. C, Nov. 80, 1906. By H. C. HUDUlNri, Uen. Freight Agent, Goldaboro, N. O. l I Tkey x TbeT 1 MODELS SVSPEN nslble. 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Raleigh Marble Works Shipments made to any nrt ot tho State at same price at at shop. MONUMENTS COOPEIl IJllOM.. Proprietor" Raleigh, N. 0. When writing ta afrertiaera mention the Caucasian; send for Catalogue. Dress Making at Home ?rioe 50 cents. The Mother s Magazine Price 50 cents. Spare Moments Price 50 cents. THE CATJ0A8IAN Price $1.00. 1 U J for 25 an tour T ITT1T1TT I IT TV H ATTmTTnATim TI ATTTiAITk HA i pub.ic.uona nflijiiiun A11U DUUlnTUIU ftAlLftUflU IU. J for one year w Tin cr tadi nn oo The Mother's Magazine is excellent for the ladies of the home. Spare Moments is a good magazine for every member of the family. TH-ej UAUUA81AN is the best weekly published in the State. Send us $125 today for the four publications. If you are not pleased with ooutnoouna northbound them we will return your money. Address 1st Class 1st Clan Dally THE CAUCASIAN, Ially - Except Raleigh, N. C. Except - Sunday EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1907, AT 12:01 A. M. Dally 1 A. 5 P. 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Raleigh T t Ar. 10.40 6.00 8.15 f 4.50 f 'Caralelght 10.80 f 5.46 f 8.25 f 4.54 f Sylvaola 10.25 f 5.86 f 8.33tf 5.00 f Barnes 10.18 f 5.28 1 8.43 f 5.07 f Hobby 10.10 f 6.20 f 8.55 s 5.16 s McCullera t 10.06 s 6.16 s 9.01 f 6.20 f Banks t 10.00 f 6.01 f 9.16 s 6.3a s Willow Springs t 9.50 s 4.60 s 9.26 f 6.38 f Cardenas t 9.43 f . 4.85 f 9.40 s 6.51 s Varlna t . 9.40 8 4.82 s 9.65 s 6.18 s Fuqy Springs T t 9.23 s 4.17 s 10.03 f 6.06 f Rawles 9.13 f 4.07 f 10.10 8 6.13 s Chalybeate t 9.06 s 8.59 s 10.14 f 6.17 f Kipling t 9.02 f 3.64 f 10.29 f 6.30 f Cape Fear 8.47 I 3.37 f 10 37 s 6.36 s Lllllng ton T t 8.42 u 8.81 10 50 f 6.48 f Bunlevel 8.27 f S.16 f 11.02 s 6 qSs Linden T 8.17 s 8.05 s 11.15 f 7.10 f Buckner 8.05 f 2.62 f 10.30 ' 7.23 f Carver's Falls 7.51 f 2.88 f 11.40 f 7.32 f Tokay 7.44 f 2.81 f 11.55 7.46 Ar. FayHtevllle f Lv. 7.30 2.16 that T. Telegraph, Stat's. t. Telephone Slat's. 8. Beg. Stop. f. Stop on Signal. Connections: At Raleigh with Southern Railway and Seaboard Air Line Railway ; at Varlna with Durham and Soatbera Ry.; at Fayette viile with Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. JOHN A. MILLS, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Noncx This Time Table shows the Time aUwhlch trains may be ex- ! pec ted to arrive at and depart from the several Stations and to connect I with other trains, bat their arrival, departure or connections at the time stated is not guaranteed. BINGHAM SCHOOL 1703 1908 prepared lor CtJl.Lia.. and lor UtbiM rHE BINGHAM SCHOOL. Ideally kxataa an i'UR 11 YAJlS bova have beea hre Uen trained to be MEN at THE BINGHAM SCHOOL Ashevilk Plateau. Omnlzatioo MILITARY for discipline, coetrat mad carrian. Boy tlptltod from other acbooU not receired YlclovS buya rxaaljed aa aooa aa diacoTcred. HazIlM exdoded bj pledze of booor Limited to 130, Rata, raaa I Me. AddreaaCoR. BtNGHAM7Snpt.it V.T. No.4. ASHLVILLEN.Q J Pottle.