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i f - i -4 r 1 t i 1 s The Caucasian AND RALKIGH EXTEIIPIUSE. rVUtlMtlKO KTCBT THCBiDAT T - CAUCASIAN PUBLISBIKG COMPANY SUBSCUIPTIOX BATES I On Ykab. TH&tt Momras. flS? pafga in this State. The Democrats ' bis State and not worthy to be called catch rote. 30 haven't waged a campaign on thft real j one cf her torn. Iue lince the Civil War. la fact,! State Circuit Court her oa Spe- ber 2th to acinose control cf the ttrpoka. miMiiAo a t htnrcanaaa anomai cretem oii n.? iwtuga sc ii ici use rn3-i or caaaiaasc" ty - n be annexed to the United State. Of Governor Kitcbla, of this Bute, vot- T. neither on U Clio N 4ath rasii by Mo ifiSlctS tat If all lt, t? nt fJl ' w BO tbouahtied acainu fee mttatta. and said .r Su It M by a btat trsst t H a!! wu, - i fsmtn that ntnH ! flk nf twfsOSI SB&SOB ' of attempting to annex Canada, and j the Governors had no right to try to doat kcov m U4 lMajc wbta the politicians in Canada knew it, but j dictate to the Supreme Court. StT- M it. VVfU . Crt tSr!l S&rt&lk Soih- what difference did that make oera! paper haTe 'aided" with Gover- er Railway. long aa they could appeal to the! nor Kitchln in the potitloa he took,1 Tb u1 Jctloa waa a victory forj Norfolk Sept. 20. Notk prejudice of the ignorant tour. The! but If he had been a Republican he ij?"ZLZZ) lftM" slvta la 3ft tMUy bf lt Mc P . m Miw tritr Uk0 oa 'Au Contracting Company, of Ualtl. same couutuuu IXI. eroocraia are wet ana ary iO; win u thm, t!a!t4 fthrt isfkw a ... - tic tbea tn yoar they know they have no argument to The SUtetfille WHO HAS IMlOSKCTTKIl THK TKCSTS? In dlscuMglng the Sherman anti-j trust law, W. J. Ilryan nayi: "It took four years and a half to get a decision in the Standard Oil j If it takes that long to find combat the argument of their oppon cnts. neither can they face their rec ord of false promises, so they always , run from the isue and appeal to the a rennet: nu;iit 11,1 U th hoart. iUrtUsc Child. tsdJ!r f.t,i.. ere u aore rea tape aooai SotSoxk southern Railway proprUf Often It aro4 U; c-, n Landmark cos- t' choo!a that practical teachisst . t nRr & Af Manthrtr nv n. V" court t3teea months ago. The no-j their four chil4rei r ..- w rivs in connection with ih icct to croii. Af. . pending tuit agalnit the railway by ! attack, t wrot. ?J,tn i n,,r,r-nr th ridffnfttion of a Ds- aad casg the children. Graded and hirh rh ir At)nr fk cratic iudire. gars that it ia atranee ... . . itice - - mon tcaooi no irooa. that so many of the lawyer "split their shirts' to get on the Superior , Teachers salaries hare prejudice of ine ummformed. Many ; ; Court bench and no sooner are they ' crcased Ia Proportion to j .Norm Carolinians art? becoming bet on the bench than they begin to not la that of county superintendent and graded school superintendents, or in p ro te r educated and high taxes is pro lug a very good, even if a very v; whine about their salary being small. portion to the increase of taaes. , ; the work too hard and that it keeps d?ar teacher. them away from their families. case. out whether a trust magnate can be sent to the penitentiary uder the law as emasculated by the Supreme j Court, President Taft may be able! to bluff his way through . another j Lumbertou iiobesonian is an insult j them a better salary to represent campaign on the trust question as; to tke intelligence of the average far-! the corporation. The only persons materially help- Some of them want to uso the vu " 1w'VVJi Vl wa,, ' ' .... 1 t . the State and county superintend- A ItKJIi KL'LK THAT WON'T WUlliv judgeship as a stepping-stone to are book ho, lead Denc Some of them hold ami tablet houses. the Trust Company of America. The a trtala rexdy it, K.r. cas grew out of the alleged failuro' coery is, ? ht ta u t of the road to comply with a court, on it for croap r.4 rr c order that it pay $2S,33g, with Inter- or any throat or est, for fifteen months for the bene- do ihoatandi of ot :. fit of the Baltimore concern. The you. Asthma. lUy y, . : Norfolk Southern it claimed to hate Whooping Coujh. u . tied up the money by paying princl-j teforo iU Fifty it UOTH WAVS. something else The following editorial from the; the jobs until a corporation offers GIItL JUMPED INTO WKLU while some of ho did through the law, but the bluff j mer. The Uobesonian says; ought to deceive anybody who isj really opposed to the trusts." I Mr. Dryan might nave added tnat: the Republican officials kept working on the case until they did get a de cision and that decision ordered the trust to dissolve. Some was true in the case of the American To bacco Company. It seems that Bryan is not satisfied, however, be cause some of the trust officials have not been sent to jail. C-rtainly, Mr. Bryan has forgotten the record of his own party on prosecuting the trust How many trust officials were put In jail during Cleveland's ad ministration, when the Democrats had complete control of the govern ment? The Sherman anti-trust law waa on the statute books when Cleveland was elected, but it was mever used to prosecute a single trust during ' his administration. Why was It that some of them were not put in jail then? TALKING FOR BUNCOMBE. In speaking of the manner of pun ishment that should be meted out to the trust officials, the News and Ob server says that Rockefeller, Gary "if the people who endorse high tariff protection by voting the Republican ticket were the only ones who have to pay the resultant exorbitant prices we should rejoice with exceeding great joy; but the trouble is, they saddle the infernal high prices on Democrats as well as Republicans that is, on the just as well as the unjust. If Re publicans had to bear alone all the burdens they impose on the country nobody but those who have some scheme to rob the people would ever again vote the Republican ticket." The Robesonian is exceeding the speed limit for a rocky road. Almost any fourteen-year-old school boy can take the Robesonlan's own argument and run it in its hole. That paper complains because Democrats are forced to pay high prices for articles as well as the Republicans, but it would not care if Republicans alone had to pay the high prices. There might be some justice in the Robe sonian's position but for the fact the Democratic farmers sell their prod ucts for high prices under a protec tive tariff as well as the Republicans. Would the Democratic farmers be willing to sell their cotton for five But Emenrcil Unhurt WIiIIa hor I them, especially those who do not, ily Had Gone for Help. j see any better salary in sight hold on Spies, N. C. Sept. 21. Quite a pe- ;to their jobs until it thunders. Iculiar occurrence happened near this place. A young lady named Davis pal without the Interest. Trial bottle free. gUts. : I; u j Orders are coming In every day for jumped into a 34-foot well and came (copies of Butler's Raleigh speech, out none the worse for her experi Lnd in fnrt up hav rwivp.i manv ence. The particulars are these: repeat orders. A Harnett County v all. CAMPAIGNS RUN ON FALSE IS SUES. ' "That reciprocity lost In Can ada, was 'doubtless, due to the ': fact that arguments against rati fying the pact offered such, a good field for the ' demagogue. Annexation was never seriously .considered by the leaders, but It was played for all It was worth and it had its weight." -Lum-berton Robesonian. . It Is not our purpose to enter Into a decision of the merits or demerits of the reciprocity measure which was de feated in Canada last Thursday, but it seems that some of the politicians In Canada got their training ilf rom North Carolina Democrats. Reel procity was supposed to be the issue, hut the real issue was laid aside and the election was really held on the were selling theirs for 15 cents a pound? When the Democratic farm er was selling his cotton for four and five cents a pound, during Cleve land's administration, the Republican farmer was forced to sell his cotton at the same low price, and both of them were selling it at less than the cost of production. No matter how cheap the necessities of life may be, if you haven't "the price" you can't buy them. And not only does the farmer suffer, but the mill men suf fer because they can't find a market for' their goods and are forced to close down. The mill operatives are not benefited because they are neces sarily thrown out of employment. It has been clearly demonstrated that and Duke should be put in jail. Now, for instance, if the feurtsl cents a pound while the Republicans should put Mr. Duke in jail, who would come to the rescue of the Democratic party the next time it had a million dollars of bonds to dispose of and could not find a purchaser? It will be remembered that when the Democrats had about ruined the credit of the State and could not float the million-dollar bond Issue, and after the call had been issued for the Legislature to meet in extra ordinary session to Increase the rate of interest on the bonds so as to make them more attractive to pros pective purchasers, that the Amer ican Tobacco Company came to their rescue and took the million-dollar is sue at the old rate, saved the nec- essity-of the extra session of the Legislature, and saved the Demoi cratic party from utter demoraliza tion at that time. Of course, the American Tobacco Company could have waited until the Legislature had increased the rate of interest, and then the bonds would have been worth several thousand dollars more to the Tobacco Trust. Now, of course, the News and Ob server knows just as every one else knows, that Mr. Duke didn't throw away several thousand dollars in in terest just for the privilege of being sent to pail. In fact, the- trusts in this State do not seem to be in any danger of even being indicted, much less being sentenced to jail. The News and Observer is just talking for political buncomb, that's It seems that the girl was taking a doctor's treatment, and that morning lady writes us that Butler's Raleigh became offended when given medicine speech was one of the greatest and playfully (as was thought) speeches ever delivered In the South, threatened to jump in the well, but If you have been thinking of order- nothing more was thought of it, un- M , til in the evening when she was mi6S- ing some copies of the speech, and e(J from the com fleWf where ghe have not done so up to this time, we went to pull fodder and upon a search wish to urge you to send In your or- being made her body was seen float der at once. See order blank on next in& uPn tfae water in the well in her page, or write us how many copies TT , . . . Her DeoDle. sunDosincr her dead. you desire, and to whom you wish began to make preparation to get the them mailed. The first lot of the body out, and while gone to a near speeches are being mailed. , by house to get help, the girl climbed : out and met her Intended rescuers WITH THE EDITORS. coming to her aid. I The water in the well was seven The Democratic politicians will. feet deep, and the well was walled have a hard time explaining the low with cement and rock. price of cotton, right on top of three short croDs in succession. Clinton SUIT TO DETERMINE IDENTITY. News-Dispatch. i Both of the Two Military Companies The New York Sun's definition of at Fayetteville Claim to be the t- : T- a. ! 1 i Oirrinal Man Attacked by ex-Cofirlct- Farmvllle. X. C. Sept. 26. Satur day night about S:30, as Mr. Joe Hamilton was on hii way home, he was attacked at the Norfolk South ern crossing by four young negro men who knocked him down and rnhbod him of about twpntv dollars Good middling ana everyming in uis yuttru. - ........... identified one of the highwaymen. Middling J THE MARKETS 11ALKIGII COTTON MAlTk the one who struck the first blow, as Claude Vines, colored, who has not long since returned from the penitentiary for killing a companion here about two years ago. Two others of the party have run away. Claude Vines waa arrested by Chief Smith and landed in jail for safe-keeping. Mr. Hamilton was cut upon the scalp and bruised about the face very badly, but not seriously, it Is thought. (Receipts yesterday, i- A PACKAGE OF MIXED SEED. RALEIGH PUODUCK MUiKn Butter La Hi Eggs jt llama Ha licit Spring chiekeas 160IH Sweet potatoes n.ot Corm iu PM till ADVICE TO UOTIlERS.-Urv ln. Have you any seeds of kindness dr' TWtkia. it ocu t cla SI wants some other Democrat's job,! Fayetteville, N. C, Sept. 25. Suit and by gum, it's a. good definition. has been instituted in the Superior Union Republican. j Court of North Carolina against B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, and Major When they get that Senatorial ; J. C. Vann, of this city, to determine fight to a white heat, wonder-if that J the identity of the Fayetteville Inde Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- pendent Light Infantry, the second road scandal will cut any ice. Clin- oldest military organization in the ton News-Dispatch. State. The suit is entered by Company F, Truth of the matter Is, we don't Second Regiment, North. Carolina Na- care if we do have to pay a few! tiOnal Guard. No com plaint has been dollars more for a suit .of clothes,' filed, so any statement as to what if we can sell our entire cotton croj the allegations will be is only hear- ior 15 cents a pound. uitnton News- say. The controversy arose shortly Dispatch. Ex-Governor Aycock's mocking birds continue silent. The pop of the pistol under this blooming Dem ocratic good government is so fre quent, that it silences their song. Union Republican. A Washington dispatch to The Charlotte Observer says: "Woodrow Wilson has about petered out!" What a pity! We know of no man in the United States who comes nearer filling the shoes of Willyum after the entrance of Company F, composed of Fayetteville Independ ent Light Infantry members, into the National Guard in 1910. Since then Company F! and "the Gray" company, commanded by Major Vann have each claimed to be the original Fayetteville Independent Light In fantry. MORE MURDERS AT HENDERSON-VILLE. the farmer, the mill man, the mill op-1 Jeenings than Woodrow Wilson. erative, the merchant, and, in fact, all classes, except the shylocks, thrive better under a Republican tariff than under free trade. We are publishing in this week's issue a communication, headed "Crime of High Taxes," that we wish every voter in the State would read and ponder over. The article is written by a lady, a farmer's wife, and she shows how Democratic high taxes have been an oppression on her family ami her neighbors. The taxes on her husband's land has been increased to nearly four times the amount he was' required to pay ten years ago. It should not cost so much to run our State government, and it would not cost so much T for the fact that the Democrats co tinue to increase the salaries of their officials and create new offices, with bigpay attached, in order to reward other party pets. Isn't it time to take the reigns of government out of the bands of the party that causes the masses to suf fer in order that the politicians may be provided with easy berths? . Lincoln Times. While Coroner is Holding Inquest Over One Another Murder is Com mitted. Hendersonville, N. C, Sept. 23. for sale?" a "little boy asked at a Ktff ? seed store. Seeds of kindness, what are those?" said the seedsman. "Why, in our Bible school we sing: 'Then scatter seeds of kindness For our reaping bye and bye.' in u in m Iw aart 1 rlrc attr tl Uf u t a Ur m WWW nnMior vuiMlMih ..&. mn tou,k ltcswxitih IF YOU AUK GOING NORTH While Dr. Kirk, coroner of Hender- What a pity the farmers cannot son County, was listening to the luy cotton bagging at half price jury's verdict in the Will Fletcher under a low tariff, or course they;murder case at 7:15 to-nieht. anoth would only .get half price for their ; er killing was in progress a block in said the boy, "and it may help me to cotton, too, out that must not be tne rear Cf his office. I remember to be kind all the time." -counted, you Know. mats what Anna Williams f 28) litrallv rarv- Classmate. I have a little garden, andT want to plant some kindness seeds." "Oh, those come In a mixed pack age," said the seedsman, as he took a big book from a shelf. "That looks like a Bible." the little boy thought, and sure enough. If was. "Let me see; I think I will find that" package of seeds in 2 Peter, chapter one," said the man. "Yes, there it is; see if you can read it for me, beginning with the fifth verse." So the boy read: "And besides this, giving all diligence, add to wour faith virtue; and to virtue knowl edge; and to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; "and to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness charity." "Eight kinds of seeds in this pack age, you see," said the man. "But aren't there any real seeds?" said the boy. "Does it just mean that you are to be kind to folks?" "Yes, that Is what it means," said the man, "but kindness and charity and faith are real things, and if you plant them in your heart they live and grow, just as seeds grow in the garden." "What is the reaping by and by?" said the boy. "It means that if you are kind, people will be kind to you," said the seedsman, "and, better than all, it means that God, who is kind to the unthankful and evil, will be pleased with you.". "I shall find that package of mixed seeds In my Bible when I get home," democratic low tariff would mean. Lincoln Times. SNAPSHOTS. ed Mamie Bridges (17) almost to pieces. The Williams woman is in jail. The verdict In the death of Will Fletcher, found on the Southern Rail- Beyond all doing of good Is the being good; for he that is good not only does good things, but all that be does is good George MacDonald. During the conference of the Gov ernors of the States at Spring Lake, N. J., some days ago, a committee was appointed to protest to the Unit ed States Supreme Court against the decision of the Federal Courts to pass upon" rates made by the railroads in the j sevsral- States; The contention was that, such interference on the part of the Federal Courts was an en croachment on State rights. Twenty three of the twenty-four Governors . - - - - ' - ' . By J. F. Click. A preacher in Charlotte has the moral courage to warn 'the South against tinkering with our protec tive tariff system. A religion, whether by water, laad or the air route, that hasn't power enough to make a maa act honest in politics, hasn't the power or even -the desire to have the "sole" of an old shoe. ! The Chesapeake Line Daily Serrk Including Sunday. The new steamers Juit plittj a service the "City of Norfolk- ui "City of Baltimore" are th elegant and up-to-date tteizeri tween Norfolk and Baltlinort. Equipped with Trirelew. Telephones in each room. Delicious meals on board. Everything' for comfort t4 venlence. Steamers Leave Norfolk (Jtettcs St), 6:15 p.m.; leave Old Petit Comfort, 7; 15 p.m.; arrift Ei! more, 7 a.m. Connecting at Baltimore tot i3 points North, Northeast and West Reservations made and any laforrv tlon courteously furnished by W. H. PARNELL, T. P. A. Montieeilo Hot Norfolk. Ta APPALACHLIN EXPOSITIOX, KNOXVTLLE, TEN.V. "The South'a Greatest Show, Misf and Varied Attractions ttrs tire Low Round Trip Rat VU thf Southern Railway. Low round trip tickets on - daily from September 9th to Octefc? 1, 1911, with final return Unit Ui days from date of sale. Many attractions every day. Mif" ty, magnificent and mammoth ciS way. Greatest horses racing ever U5 in the South. Aviation and wrtfc flights daily. Great firework dlfpUT Great hippodrome of great acts, F senting the world's greatest croU3 and feature performers. For further information, rate schedules, etc., see any agent cf t- Southern Railway, or write, R. H. DeBUTTS, Traveling Passenger Agent, Charlolta, & C Tens Calsito ap Fill I fere ! - I All admit that "free trade will lower prices, salaries, officers, law-! vers, agents, teachers . and even preachers can advocate and vote4fo it, no consistent reason can see. When the price of ' farm produce ' comesdown, farm lands will depre-1 cate in value. Cripple farming, Mr Democrat, and you put all other, business, professions and callings on crutches. Better, go slow! It's hoped Canada has learned our country a lesson on low tariff. Now what will our mere political howlers howl about? Don't all answer at once. Some admit that Taf t saved the ' farmers and cotton and woolen mills of the South and West when he ve toed those bills. When Canada ve- toed the reciprocity bill, what did I she save? I as oeroaiig Ji'r t?Zl!5?K-ay8 fo?lHs but 15e art dresaera are looking around to post themf to what they're going to wear this fall and winter. tam wn TiL AtH eo w w TT r" c uxivuag at is tne man who has the tailor haWt-xv c aim wuit ui hmu u jr uu uitc ut uui er Special Suite or. Overccata and we'U show him the dilf Overcoat, or getting the patterns made up equally as good, and some better, from $7.50 to S10 fid leaT inrvSr mvr rr OFF TILt TO MORROW. Step la to-dayt and step out when vouev tS'.. ZIHTa! c& you all the colors you'd find at the swellest tailor shops in the comtry " The New Blues, as Well as Grays and Browns in int. rtNCIL STRIPES, AND OTHER NEW FADS We Are Also HeadnnaMa hinis Watch Our Display Windows Weekly!