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Carolina for Jesus. (Written by the pastor. Rev. W. H. Eller, for the dedication of the White Oak Baptist Church, set for March 14, 1909.) Bring the word of Jesus In a new and happy song. Sing it with a relish That will more the State along. Tell it as we love to tell It, Full of Joy and strong. Carolina for Jesus. For now we hail triumphant Jubilee The promise of the King of Calvary. Join the welcome chorus From the mountain to the sea, Carolina for Jesus. There are men of Judah's tribe Who weep with Joyful tears At the name of Jesus Which have not been wept for years At Messiah's promise, For the wicked one now fears. Carolina for Jesus. See the people hearken When they hear the Joyful sound, Set the walls of Zlon To the State's remotest bound, Join the welcome anthem Which in Jesus we have found. Carolina for Jesus. So we'll sing the Gospel From the mountain to the sea, For the prince and beggar. For the bond and for the free, At the name of Jesus Every soul shall bow the knee. Carolina for Jesus. For now we hail The man of Galilee, The glory of the Lamb of Calvary, Speed the blessed tidings From the Mountain to the sea. Carolina for Jesus. IJLACK CREEK OX KOOM. Hoys Playing Ball and Ladles Debat ing Woman Suffrage Old Relia ble Caucasian a Welcome Visitor. Dear Readers: Probably some of you will remember that about four years ago I wrote a small essay on Black Creek. Since then I've been requested several times to write again, and as the glad tidings of Easter came around it reminded me of the great progress our old Black Creek has made since those four years have gone by, especially the past winter. It has been the most progressive in our history. The pub lic school, of course, was one of the greatest items. Both teacher and scholars set before them for their motto, "Volens et Potens," which means able and willing; and I think the surrounding neighborhood will push forward with the same motto, for there's been societies formed .de bates and lawsuits, Sunday-schools organized, grand balls, all kinds of receptions and entertainments, and Sunday, April 4th, we had two wed dings near the banks of Black Creek, at one of which the whole little vil lage was present at the bride's home, which was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and after the ceremony was performed the merry group as sembled in the school house near-by and sang merrily, as they usually do every Sunday afternoon. Singing is one of Black Creek's highest ambi tions, while Sunday is another, which you will see in the Wake County Presbyterian. I suppose your readers that are not acquainted with Black Creek have formed an Idea by my letter that we have a town. Intelligently speaking, we have, with a main street, the school and Missionary Church at one end of the street and the Presby terian Church at the other. Then about the center of our town, at the corner of Main and Young streets, we have the most notable wholesale and retail dry goods and grocery store ever known. And the greatest attraction of the town Is a large graphophone rendering the most de lightful music ever heard. And it is rumored all over the vil lage now that we are to have a large blacksmith shop and printing office In the near future, and as we are able and willing I guess It will soon be a fact. The buildings will be erected on North Main street. As for the printing press, I don't see any use of that so long as the rural mail carrier will bring us the good old reliable Caucasion, for it Is the sole foundation of all good news, and visits almost every home In the village. Back to the subject: I want you to know our girls have made a great improvement also, for they have stopped going barefooted and gone to debating on woman suffrage. That is another proof of our progress, and Is a problem already solved; also one which every lady likes to dis cuss. I myself do, although I am more deeply Interested in the wel fare of our own little enterprising town, i want to invite all the sur rounding towns to come and visit ours; also to note the many new events that are happening every year. And if any ball-playing boys should see this, I will say you may exnect an invitation any time to play against the C. G. team of our town. I presume some of you aside from Black Creek are tired of my prais ing our community; so I will give you a well-tried and tasted receipt of ours and close: One cup of sugar, one cup of sour milk, one cup of lard, one egg, a little pinch of salt and soda, and a little flour will make a fine cake. A LADY READER. To Keep Kutter Firm Without Ice. Long experience has taught me that there is a way by which butter may be kept firm without ice, even in the hottest days. Set a large earthenware bowl in your pantry, porch or coolest place, and In this place a small bowl upside down. On this inverted bowl place your butter dish, with enough butter for the next meal wrapped in oiled paper. Over this drop a clean napkin, letting the edges come down over the small bowl, and rest on the bottom of the large bowl. Then fill the large bowl with fresh water up to the level of the butter-dish. Now wrap a heavy towel about thelarge bowl, covering it entirely. Two hours later you may remove the towel and napkin which you will find completely saturated, and your butter will be firm and hard. The napkin acts as a wick and brings the cold water up to the butter, thoroughly chilling it. This is infallible. The May Designer. Salt and Pepper. There is a government official In Was hi jig ton to whom an unnecessary or Inane question Is as a red rag to a bull. Last summer he made his usual trip to Europe. On the first day out from New York he was strolling on the promenade-deck, when suddenly there appeared before bim a man whom he had not seen for years. "Why, Professor!" exclaimed the man. "To meet you, of all men! Are you going across?" "Yes!" growled the professor. "Are you?" Harper's. It chanced one day that Colonel Nlmrod, the huntsman, was out with his double-barreled shotgun and nothing but bird-shot for ammuni tion. While scanning the bushes for his feathered quarry, his ears were as sailed by fierce, angry screams. Look ing up, he beheld a tremendous eagle swooping down toward him. Instantly bethinking himself of his lack of suitable ammunlton for cop ing with the eagle, he threw himself into a posture of defense and awaited the onslaught. The eagle was an im mense bird, measuring ten or twelve feet from tip to tip, and with strength in proportion. It neared Colonel Nimrod, but he did not retreat. Instead, he concen trated all his mental power in the gaze of his fearless eye, and by sil ent, courageous attitude he made the eagle quail. Then he shot the quail. Short Stories. Harry was walking with another boy, when he was Joined by a friend, a year or so older and inclined to manners. "Introduce me, Harry," the new comer whispered pompously. Harry twisted, reddened, and at last turned to his companion with: "Jim, have you ever seen Gilbert Spencer? "No," the other boy answered. "Well," Harry blurted out, red dening still more, and Jerking one thumb over his shoulder towards the new-comer, "that's him!" Lippin-cott's. Strange Bible Facts. The learned Prince of Granada, heir to the Spanish throne, impris oned by order of the Crown, for fear he should aspire to the throne, was kept in solitary confinement in the old prison at the Palace of Skulls, Madrid. After thirty-three years in this living tomb, death came to his release, and the following remark able researches taken from the Bible, and marked with an old nail on the rough walls of his cell, told how the brain sought employment through the weary years. In the Bible the word Lord is found 1,853 times; the word Jehovah 6,855 times, and the word Reverend but once, and that in the 9th verse of the cxi. Psalm. The 8th verse of the cxvii. Psalm is the middle verse of the Bible. The 9th verse of the 8th chapter of Esther Is the longest verse; 35th verse, 11th chap ter of St. John is the shortest. In the cvii. Psalm four verses are alike, the 8th, 15th, 21st, and 31st. Each verse of the exxxvi. Psalm ends alike. No names or words with more than six syllables are found in the Bible. The xxxvii. chapter of Isaiah and xix. chapter of 2nd Kings are alike. The word Girl occurs but once in the Bible, and that in the 3rd verse and iii. chapter of Joel. There are found in both books of the Bible 3,586,483 letters, 773,693 words, 31,373 verses, 1,189 chapters, and 66 books. The xxvi. chapter of the Acts of the Apos tles is the finest chapter to read. The most beautiful chapter in the Bible is the xxlil. Psalm. The four most Inspiring promises are John xvl. chapter and 2nd verse, John vl chap ter and 37th verse, St. Matthew xl. chapter and 28th verse, and xxxvii. Psalm, 4th verse. The first verse of the Ix. chapter of Isaiah is the one for the new convert. All who flatter themselves with vain boastings of their perfectness should learn the vl. chapter of Matthew. All humanity should learn the vi. chapter of St. Luke, from the 20th verse to its ending. Up Before the Bar. N. H. Brown, an attorney, of fittsneia, vt., writes: "We have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for Tears and find them such a good family medicine we wouldn't be without them." For Chills, Constipation, Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders. Twenty-five cents at all druggists. Let nim In. There Is so such great mystery about conversion. You know already what It is to let some human being enter. into your life. You know all that it means. Everything Is chang ed by it more or less. Those whom we house in the Innermost chamber of our hearts seen sometimes to have more to do with the making and shaping of our existence than we have ourselves. To-day, perhaps, you came to this chapel without one thought of Christ. He made no part of your thinking, of your acting, of your planning, or of your dreaming. If you will hear his voice to-day, and let him in, then everything will be altered. He will really come into your thoughts. He will speak to you. You will speak to him. You will say to yourselves, "What would he think of this? What would he do in my circumstances? What would he think about this scheme? How would he have me to direct my life?" When than comes to pass, you are living the Christian life, however Imper fectly and poorly. You are a Chris tian: Christ Is to you a reality. He will not be at first all that he will come to be, but he is willing just to enter, and once over the threshold he will become more and more to you, till from Guest he turns to Host. What could be better, happier, wiser, for you than to open the door to this Seeker, this Knocker, this Beseecher? Let him in. Say to him, say it to him now in the silence of your souls, "Come in, thou blessed of the Lord; why standest thou without?" W. Robertson Nlcoll. The Chief Element of Beauty. "How beautiful upon the moun tains are the feet of Him that bring eth good tidings." The figurative language of Isaiah has attracted the attention of every generation of read ers. He saw beauty In the fact of beauty discharged. Here is a bit of real life philosophy. At first sight one may appear exceedingly beauti ful of face and form; if It is learned later that a wicked heart is conceal ed within, and that immorality has the throne, the former beauty seems to vanish. The ugliness within ap pears to the beholder, rather than the beauty which first attracted him. On the other hand the facial ap pearance of a stranger may be for bidding; the form may be bent, twist ed; but, if it is learned that the un sightly person is walking closely and carefully in the pathway of Chris tian duty, the repelling aspect dis appears, and an observer sees the beautiful character instead. It Is but but Isaiah's philosophy of life show ing Itself anew. The dutiful are the beautiful, the beautiful are the duti ful, and these two are one. Relig ious Telescope. The believer is delivered from self-despairing. He knows how to commit his very disappointments and defeat and failures to the keep ing of One who redeems and re trieves them all. A soul rooted and grounded in Christ can never fail of Its blossoming time hereafter, if not here. The secret of Christian optimism dwells in the deep mystery cf predestinating love. British Weekly. The foundation of pride is the wish to respect one's self, whatever others may think; the mainspring of vanity is the craving for the admiration of others, no matter at what cost to one's self-respect. Francis Marion Crawford. The doors of your soul are open on others, and theirs on you. Simply to be In this world, whatever you are, is to exert an Influence, too, compared with which mere language and persuasion are feeble. Horace BushnelL Words to Freeze the Soul. "Your son has Consumption. His case is hopeless." These appalling words were spoken to Geo. E. Blev- ens, a leading merchant of Spring field, N. C, by two expert doctors one a lung specialistfl Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr. King's New Discovery. "After three weeks' use," writes Mr. Blevens, "he was as well as ever. I would not take all the money in the world for what It did for my boy." Infallible for Coughs and Colds, its the safest. surest cure of desperate Lung dis eases on earth. Fifty cents and $1 at all druggists. Guarantee satisfac tion. . Trial bottle free. PILES .CURED AT IIOME.BV I1EV7 ABSORPTION METHOD. If you suSer from bleeding, itching, blind or protruding Piles, Bend me your address, and I will tell you how to enre yourself at home by the new absorption treatment; and will also aend some of this home treatment free for trial, with references from your own locality II requested. Immediate re lief and permanent cure assured. Send no money, but tell others of this offer. .Trite today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box P, Notze jjame, ua, How to Increase the Yield of Fruit Increased fruit crops are more often the ret of good maaagej meat than of good luck. Fruit trees and fruit plants need a iiDerai supply of Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers The trees absorb plant foods that is, nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash-from the soil just the same as any other crop, t-xperi-encehas shown this over and over again. This truth has become so well recognized that " return to the land what the tree removes if you would expect the best results " has become an axiom with the best growers. , . Apple, pear, peach, orange and other fruit trees soon respond to careful f ertiiiration. But be sure to use the best fertilizers. I made a test with other companies fertilizers " says Mr. H. O. Lowry.of Manatee County, Fla.,"and yours proved to P The yield where I used Virginia-Carolina Fertilizer, was just twice as much as where the other two companies' fertilizer was used. Hundreds of users say Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers are cheapest because of their good qualities give better satisfaction and quicker results. . Many facts of great interest and value to fruit growers are pub lished in the new 1909 Farmers' Year Book, a copy of which will be sent free on application to any of our sales offices. Virginia-Caroltna Chemical Co. Saks Offut Richmond, Va. Norfolk, Va. Columbia, S. C Atlanta, Ga. Sarannah. Ga. Memphis, Tenn. airplnlaftrpllna) VChemfetfl Saks OffUtt Durham, N. C. Charleston, S.C. Baltimore, Md. Columbus, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Shreveport, La. vAp pAV THE FREIGHT. Durham Marble Works DURHAM, IM. C. Monuments, Tombstones and Tablets. Granite Work and Marble Tile for Building. i Write for estimates or particulars. : J Established ir :S-$ cos oc oocflocooooooooooog AinifiiiGeipIniGllallgBne The Wonderful Headache and Newralffia. TW mmm that hma toed tfc Tmu for r and Wet. Bottle. lOcv Dose at Fountains- . There are a number of new reparations on the mar tmt AnUcerha..,--them all in elegance and efficiency. :: :: :: roa oAur or all druggist i i i THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE Maintained by the State for the Education of tbe Women of North Carolini Four regular Course, leading to Degrees Special Courses offered in Teacher Training. Mas!c Manual Arts and Domestic I la the Commercial Department. Free tuition to those who agree to teach In the schools or Norm Carolina. Board, laundry, tuition and all other expense. Including use of text-books. I; For free-tuition students. S1S5.00 a rear. Those desiring to enter should apply as early as possible. The capacity of tt, Is limited. tail Htmimn Brains Sept 15, titOH. For catalogue and other information address L. M. HORNADAY, Wheelwright and Machinist, Cardenas, North. Carolina. J. I. FOUST, Pres Greensboro, N. C PUBLICATION OP SUMMONS. SHOP AT JOHNSON'S MILL. I build hog Wagons and Log Carts. Good work at best prices. Repair all kinds of wagons and buggies. Repair engines and boilers and do all Kinds ot macmne worn, trive me a inai. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. To my friends and customers throughout this section : I am prepared to offer a better stock of general merchandise for the winter trade than ever before. HIGHEST PRICfcS FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE FnLJIL LINE OF SHOES. Call and see my stock. C. J. RHODES, - EAGLE ROCK, N. C. Shipments made to any part of the State at same price as at shop. MONUMENTS COOPER BROS., Proprs RALEIGH. N. O SKIM O fOR CATALOGUE. lay L When writing to Advertisers mention the Caucasian $1.00 EXPRESS PAID. $1.00, EXPRESS VMit ALWAYS IN THE LEAD! INSPECT MY STOCK OF Fruits, Candies, Confectioneries, Heavy and Fancy Groceries, Cigars and Tobaccos. A complete up-to-date stock all the season. Come to see me at my old stand (Spence Building), 126 East Martin Street, and ask for prices before you make your purchases elsewnere. Yours truly, 126 E. Martin St., Raleigh, N. C. R. C. BA1CHELOR. "Ideal Alcohol" Gas Stove For Travelers, Sick-Eoom, Camp, Chafing Dish, Light u-vms, w nucicici j.3 nut iivaiiauie or iesireu. IT MAKES ITS OWN GAS ABSOLUTELY SAFE. Smokeless and Odorless, Weighs Only Eigfit dices CAN CARRY A VESSEL WEIGHING 100 POUNDS. It Bolls a Quart of Water lu Nine Minutes. $1.00. Express Paid. $1.00. Express Paid. Hart-Ward Hardware Company, RALEIGH N. O. regents Wannltedl To Write LIFE INSURANCE for the PEOPLE'S MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF NORTH CAROLINA. BIG MONEY TO A HUSTLING MAN. Latest Styles. :- Reliable Goods Crawford Shoes Stetson Hats High Class Tailoring Popular Prices. -:- 10 E. Martin St. More than $50,000 Paid to Home People Last Year. All Money Kept at Home and Paid Only to Home People. No high salaried officers to support. Apply to H. E. KONG. Sec'y-Treas., RALBIOH, M. C, Box 23 Norfolk and Southern Railway LOCAL TIME TABLE. Qoldsboro and Beaufort, N. C Effective Saturday, December 1st, 1906, at 12:01 A. M. Read Down. STATIONS. Read Up. 8 Daily Daily Eastern Time Raleigh & Southport R'y Schedule of Passenger Trains. Effec tive Oct. 4, 1908. . SOUTWOORD BaBy. North Carolina Wake County. In the Superior Court, February Term, 1909. S. M. Jones vs. Culey Jones. To Culey Jones: You are notified that S. M. Jones your husband has brought suit against you for divorce from the bonds of matrimony, to the February Term, 1909, of Wake Superior Court, and at and dur ing the March Term, 1909, which convens on the 22nd of that month, you will appear and answer, demur or plead to the complaint which has been filed in my office; otherwise the plaintiff will apply to the court to be allowed to prove the truth of the allegations of the com plaint and have judgment accordingly- W. M. RUSS, Clerk Wake Superior Court. J. C. Li. HARRIS, Attorney. This February 18, 1909. 55 51 p.m. a-m. 1.15 6-00 1.54 6.42 2.11 6.59 2.23 7.14 2-35 7.26 2-65 7.45 3.15 8.05 3.41 8.28 4.S1 9.15 p.m. a.m. IOHS. 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