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TfcuridayMarch 9. 1S11.J
The Caucasian A NI ILILKIGII EXTERTRiSE. TllfRsh-iV. 3IAKCII 9, 1011. Ftv"1t lb 101-00 in Rila?.C Xoca Matters. SUPERVISOR HTIX.SOX RE3!OVElJ Ml. Ula J4urt Ml 4 win ci nue s&4 lint V. U. Jos, of West Mif Commlssiotsers yesterday, th oScej tin street, and Mr. Hugh tac. frosi of road -supervisor, formally held by near Elgin Rock, who rta twtf t WYE. Stlason, was declared racant getber to wtmlui ago, msnwd to and Henry 0. Holdea, fo Wak For- Ha!elgh gasday affcereooa; feat they est, was elected to the 2e at 3 sal-twere taken Into custody by OCeer ary of $1,500. Attorney Ileckvlth! Innlnr isd Wntt and Ct. Jack drew up paper ordering Mr. SUoaoo Ressley, who wer at the station- J to torn oter all road machlnerr. te.. n election M be held la Ra- to Mr. H olden. i,:Kh March 20th to allow the peo-j It gm, that Mr. Joslah William r.. to vote the question of a coram is-; Bailey had endorsed seven men for 1 on form of government. the Job. The Raleigh Evening Time Two men claiming to be of the writing on the tubject says: . ... .i.a r.r iral were In Raleigh "Applications for the office of su- l.OSt I " w " .. ;-:;f.day and left yesterday for Gold-! ,t.-o. They are fixing to bo lost Th- home of Mr. H. B. Williams, f,ur miles east of Raleigh, was de--v.t-d by fire Friday morning about 4 Ho k. The damage amounted to, Sl,r,MU, with Insurance on the place amount of $750. Mr Charles Woodall, of Raleigh, -tabbed In the back by Ruffln Ta);or, a negro employe, Saturday afternoon. While the wound was an ,.piv one it was not a serious one. Tajlor was arrested and placed In Jail. . v 1 VyllAa Tuu. Get us a new subscriber to The Caucasian and we will send the sub scriber The Progressive Farmer free (if he is not already getting the Far mer) for one year, and will send the party sending us the new subscriber a twenty-five cent package of nee rites, containing needles of all sizes and descriptions. It is easy to get a new subscriber. Try it. A Dreadful Sight to II. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y., was the fever-sore that had plagued his life for years, in spite of many remedies he tried. At last he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve and wrote: "It has entirely healed, with scarce ly a scar left." Heals Burns, Bolls, Eczema, Cuts, Bruises, .Swellings, Corns and Piles like magic. Only 23c. at all Druggists. per vi tor were read from W. EL Stln son, W. L. Wlggs, C. U Woodall, J. F. Jonev W. F. Stewart, R. B. Sea well, W. F. Smith, A. M. Thompson and the name of Henry Holding was placed before the Board by Chairman D. T. Johnson. The name of J. W. Bailey appeared on every single ap plication, except Mr. Stinson. The rote showed: Holding, 3 votes; Stin son, 1; W. L. Wlggs. l, and Mr. Holding was declared elected. Thus paying of party debts continue, and one of the best road men Wake Coun ty has ever had has been ejected from office, and the voters of Wake County know why." and with carrylcg concealed weapon, was placed ia th station boat. bond being fixed at one thousand dollars. The young lady, la the cus tody of Officer Wyatt. was carried to her parents, just acrois from the depot. When the officer and lady arrived at the door, they were met by the mother of the girl, who had' a poker In her hand and which she began uiing on Officer Denning, who was In plain clothes. Then appeared the father of the girl with knife la hand and made for Officer Wyatt. The parents had mistaken the o facer for Pace. Tim Q&mmm IUip IW1 mm Or4r' .-.for lOO.OOO Km New York.. Starch Oa ha dr4 Ifcaasaadst tSbt feat or dtr4 for grl dlttrfhssOos fey the Cldro&a, the tatafe cf the Chris' tlan Trmt Irs 'AsssociatSott f Ast U itylt thmatltt, The ortfer it said to tW larft ever pUc4. mz4 It foms ptt of a eatlona! plan 10 ylar a mU ta every ho-t bdroois la th conatry I!orfo!:i:SouUi:rn Qz?ml Bests' ef tt3"cnt Brnsr: Travel tU Raleigh (Uakm StatSoa) and Norfolk Soutbrm RaOrod,'o and From All Feint ta Eastrra North Carolina. Schedule In Effect Janoary 29th. Editor loea Mother Dies in CJeorgia. Mrs. William Baxter Poe, mother of Editor Poe, of the Progressive Farmer, died Monday night at VI dalia, Ga. The remains were taken to the old home place near-Gulf, in Chatham County, for interment Mr. Poe had ust returned from a trip abroad, but reached Chatham in time to attend the funeral. Parcels Post IkIayel. Washington, D. C, March 3. Plans of the Post-office Department for the establishment of a parcels post system as an experiment, was defeated to-day when the Senate on a point of order raised by Senator Bailey, of Texas, struck from the post-bfSce appropriation bill an item of $50,000, designed to put into ef fect the proposed system on April 1. Johnston County Elopers Arrested in Raleigh. A reporter of the News and Ob server gives the following account latef gmoothed oven oi an mierrupiea eiopemeni oi a couple from Johnston County: 5 City Officials Fight. City Alderman J. S. Upchurch, City Clerk W. W. Willson, and City Attorney Walter Clark, Jr., had a fight in the rotunda of the -Senate Saturday afternoon. The trouble arose about the matter of amending the city charter. The matter was While on their . way to South There were five drunks In the Officers Capture 3Ioonsliincr and Still. Revenue officers captured a large distillery in the southwestern section of Johnston County Friday after noon. The still was destroyed to gether with a large quantity of beer. Charlie Collins 'was arrested charged with being the owner of the still Col lins was given ,a preliminary before Commissioner Young at Dunn and was bound over to Federal Court. Governor Appoints Officials for Av ery County. Governor Kitchin has announced the appointment of the following of ficers for the new county of Avery: Commissioners Ralph Young, of Minneapolis; Brown Hughes, of Hughes, and J. M. Deaton, of Hall. Clerk 'of the Superior Court J. L. Banner, of Montezuma. Register of Deeds J. N. Pritch ard, of Elk Park. . Sheriff Ed. S. Loven, of Linville. Treasurer H. T. Norman, of Elk Park (present Representative from Surveyor George C. Love of Montezuma. Coroner Dr. J. Mn Hodges, of Cranberry. Board of Education M. W. Clay, of Montezuma; Roby Lewis, of Se ma, and J. P. Hall, of Plumtree. Among the officers, according to agreement, there are men of both po litical parties. They will enter into their duties on March 15th, and will continue until the general election. Carolina, where marriage is easy, Raleigh police court Tuesday. !inH HivnrrA has nnt hwome a fad. I a vrarrnn Qrm1 on nri TtAnttrf p I Mr- J- M. Allen died Sunday after- C.rh. nPd 14. wre. detained bv noon at ihe home of nis A- B- Lthe Raleigh police authorities yes- A Belmont Avenue Mr. Al P. . .. .... . . . I len had been in noor health for about terday, tne two oeing xaKen mtoi - . . custody by Chief Stell and Patrol- "c "aa U1U man "Plain Clothes Man" and Part Detective Wyatt. The young couple came in on the Norfolk Southern, and would doubtless have gone on their way rejoicing had they not been spotted by Chief Stell, who was on the job, having received his cue of the. girl's mother. There being no criminal charge against Narron, he was released, but remained in the city. It was stated last night that he would return home with the girl and her mother. The girl was not arrested on any charge but merely held until the ar rival of her mother last night, with whom she will return home. It was stated last night that the young couple tried to get license to wed in Wilson yesterday morning, but the authorities there refused to grant them. Whether they counted on procuring license in Raleigh is not known. The authorities notified the child's mother yesterday afternoon that she had been located and detained and the,, mother arrived last night and will return home with the child. Uirwi tJa ; to Xtt lfei&t Xnli ; iNMsth. ti Ww4 Trf Unv text! Trtft iUAm t AM FrUwif! TfcrWith '" filss..a to AUaaf a St Raltich I f S fss arrtti Al lassta C2$ a, ssl. tbaki4e - ctoso -r fcetkN& t&r a4 arrlTtwt at Hmt tssiry foUol4E y afirr tmtimg RaMg-X tl a-sau. 'MoMW' U ztesu N Ofieas.s p Sllmt-txtasi IZA eoea. .Utarht. t- a Kaataa City, a.s Npoa4 4af asd cwtMKtt&g t&r all otir je.st This ear alto aakm cloot issmfeKil3 at SalUbsiT fcr SL Louis ott-tr Witra polata. Throtif h Fallmaa to WaaJilact-ti leave Raleigh p.a., arrtte Washlcrtoa ata. italUaer. ir.02 a-ca.. Philadelphia 12.2 S aoca. New York 2.51 p.ta. This car taaki j lo roace-ctloa at Wathtagtea for j T.o p m., tssaklag clot co&aectlca initibarg. Chicago, acd all otter points North aad Writ, asd at Greecibor for ihrosgh ToarUt Slteper for Callforala polats, suad for all Florida points. Through Parlor Car for Aibcvills leaves Goldsboro at 6.45 a.m.t Ra leigh. S.3S a.ta.. arrives Asheville with the Carolina Special and arriv lag Cincinnati 10 a.m. following dsy after leaving Raleigh, with close coa nectlon for all poinu North and Northwest. Pullman for Wlnstoa-Salem leaves Raleigh 2.30 a.m., arrives Greens boro C.O a.m., making close connec tion at Greensboro for all points North. South, East and West. This car Is handled on train No. Ill, leaving Goldsboro at 10.45 p.m. If you desire any Information, please write or call. W are here to furnish Information as well aa to sell N. B. The followlsg schedula figures published as Informal toa only and are sot guaranteed. Trains leaf Raleigh 9:15 p. ex., dally, Night Express," Pullman Sleeping Car, for Norfolk. 6:15 a. m.. dally, for Wilson. Wash ing toa and Norfolk ;H Parlor Car be tween New Bern and Norfolk. 6:15 a. m. .dally, except Sunday, for New Bern via Chocowlnlty. 3:00 p. m., dally, except Sunday, for Washington. Trains arrive Raleigh 7:20 a. m., dally 11:20 a. m. dally except Sunday, and 8:00 p. m. dally. Trains leave Goldsboro- 10:15 p. m., daily, "Night Express" Pullman Sleeping Car for Norfolk, via New Bern. 7:15 a. m., daily, for Beaufort and Norfolk Parlor Car between. New TlArn and Norfolk- . 3:20 p. m., dally, for New Bern. A i-aye teviue nf 1 tickeU. W. H. PARNELL. T. P. A. THEIJARKBTS njixacn oprtro xuxner; ft?MJt wvrf Tmt&t f va TtfegNI .atktlll SO i tSoceljto tnitrtof, tl slt futxicn rnonrci: jtunarr. Hattsr 3I Q SCl Ecs . . Rasa JSc llf as . , , Q &C9 Z'.flzg tkkl.as ........ S9Ct& geet oUtoos ,. ..tl.ti Cora ,.11. Poaa tt.tt Oriental and Beaufort. For further informalton and reser vation of Pullman Sleeping Car space, apply to D. V. Conn, Travel ing Passenger Agent, Raleigh, N. C. W. W. CROXTON, General Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. W. R. HUDSON, General Superintendent, Norfolk, Va. for Hatching FROM HIGH-GRADE FOWLS BUFF ORPINGTON, BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS ROSE AND SINGLE COMB RHODE ISLAND REDS $1.50 PER 15 REASONABLE FERTILITY GUARANTEED JAS. I. JOHNSON, Raleigh, N. C. Phone No. 1. " 215 Fayetteville St. Raleigh. N. C. H. F. CARY, General Passenger Agent, Waahlngton, D. C. AycocVS Silent Mocking Bird. Hickory Tmes-Mercury.J Wonder if Ay cock can suggest some plan for making the song of the mocking bird more frequent. Academy of! Music Raleigh, N.C Will Open Mon., Feb. 6 With MOVING PICTURES. The very best pictures will be shown. Pictutes will be changed daily. Afternoons from 3:50 to 5:30; nights, 7:30 to xx p. tr. Admission 5 Cent Afternoon or Night c 00 YOU . A .JOB? April Jury List for Wake. The County Commissioners- have drawn the following jury lists for April term of court: First Week. C. H. Stephenson, Raleigh, J. W. Ray, Raleigh; L. L. Doub, Mark's Creek; B. B. Buffalo, St. Mary's; L. J. Pendergrass, Cary; W. P. Powell, Swift Creek; J. C. Baugh, St. Matthews; R. C. Patrick, Buckhorn; J. R. Norman, Raleigh; Joseph Tyson, Raleigh; W. B. Alford, Little River; F. W. Dickson, Wake Forest; W. E. Jeffries, Neuse; Fred Senter, Raleigh; W .J. Harper, Wake Froest; J. D. Riddick, Neuse; J. W. Sanderfort, Neuse; Gaston Perrr, Barton's Creek; Will Keith, Barton's Creek; B. E. Lawrence, Buckhorn; E. N. Pool, Raleigh; H. R. Sorrell, Swift Creek; John F. Jones, Holly Springs - f Second Week. T. H. McNeill, Ra leigh; C. W. Newcomb, Raleigh; S. D. Stone, White Oak; J. E. Jones, House Creek; J. C. Chamblee, Little River; G. W. Ford, Swift Creek; O. J. Edwards, Holly Springs; J. M. Morgan, Swift Creek; L. W. Dillard, House Creek; W. O. Rogers, Wake Forest; J. C: Davis, Raleigh; A. R. Coley, St. Matthews; L. A. Norris, Raleigh; W. M. George, Jr., Little River; A. D. Ross, Oak Grove; O. C. Gulley, Raleigh ; J. T. Holt, Raleigh ; J. J. Yates, White Oak. Third WTeek. J. e. King, Raleigh ; R. H. Carroll, Panther Branch; R. L. Hurst, White Oak; J. L. Watson, Wake Forest; Will H. Coley, Raleigh; W. A. Simpkins, St: Matthews; John S. Riddle, Raleigh; J. T. Robertson, Little River; F. H. Briggs, Raleigh; S. C. Fort, Wake Forest; James Rich ards, Neuse; W. H. Riggsbee, Ra . leigh; J. B. Thiem, Raleigh; j: H. "McRearthr Raleigh W. H. Coley, St. Mary's; W. B. Olive, Holly Surings; John Matthews, Swift Creek; J. W. Meacham, Raleigh. ' Train Ran Into Open Switch at Mid dlesex. Yesterday's News and Observer gives the following account of a little accident on the Norfolk Southern near Middlesex Tuesday night: WThile leaving Middlesex last even ing, at 7.15 o'clock, the Norfolk Southern incoming train,- due to reach Raleigh at 8 o'clock, ran into LC an open switch and struck the rear end of a freight train that was on : the siding. The pilot was knocked off the passenger . engine, and Mail Clerk J. R. Tally was injured. Upon reaching Raleigh, he was taken to Rex Hospital, and the authorities there stated last night that his right shoulder was injured, but that oth erwise he did not seem to be hurt. The fireman, when the crash came,' jumped from his place in the cab of the passenger engine. It was stated last night that he was not in jured. ; The passenger train was in charge of Engineer W. A. Richardson, and Conductor John W. Keys, neither of whom were injured in the least. We have 'more calls for office help than we can supply. Your hards earn frcm E0 cents to S1.E0 a day. Ycur head, when pro perly trained, en n earn frcm $5 to $20 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your headqualify you for the $5 to $20-a-day class and find the job. Clip ad. for FREE catalogue. Call, write or phone DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, BOX 401. Not a Word of Scandal marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs. W. P. Spangh, of Manville, Wyo., who said: "She told me Dr. King's New Life Pills had cured her of obstinate kidney trouble, and made her feel like a new woman." Easy, but sure remedy for stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Only. 25c. at all Druggists. V v V KiileB Ilto'Me WA& Shipments made to any part of the State at same pneo f y asat shop. EITS - t : - - ... M0IUM COOPER BROS.. Proprs BAJLK1GH, If. O c OCND FOR CATALOQUB. t3ST When vritins to Adreniaen mention th CancasiaJi. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Having qualified as executor urn der the last will and testament ot Charles Cooper, deceased, late of Wake County, this Is to notify . all persons holding claims against said estate to present same to our attar ney on or before October 29, 1910. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of the recovery of same. ; All persons indebted to said estate are ' requested ' to make prompt pay ment.- : ' . This October 29, 19 10V ' " O. G. ELLEN,, 1 J. P. COOPER, Executors of Charles Cooper, s De- .ceased. , -" 01.OO EXPRESS PAID. t)1.0O EXPRXS3 PAID If Ideal Aleohol" Gas Stove For Travelers, Siek-Room, Camp, Chafing Dish, Light flousr Keeping, or Wherever (ras is not Available or Desired- IT MAKES IIS OWN GA8- AB&JLTJTELY SAFE. Smokeless aid Otate, Only Eight km. CAN CABBY A VESSEL WEIGHING 100 POUNDS. . It Boils a Quart ojT Water In Nine Jlinutes, 01.00. Express Paid. ' 01.00. Express ai(L Hart-Ward Barduarc Company, RALEIGH N. O. DROPSY CURED Relief at Once. Address DR. JOHN T. 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