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The Caucasian STATE l'AIH XKXT WKKK. ' i a:;i raleigh. u.vmipitii Tfte VaIt Open Tuorfay ark! CV ; (Innesi Four ! Larse AgrSral j wiu:n v.f oMi;Ttt Tin: ,r r. M r. , T Jclsh, N. O. October 12, 1911. Eotered at the foi-oM lo ftaleitb. K. C. seoo&4 ciMi mail maoer. Loom 'Matters Utrat f fi4ly Matty f mprof meoti In llniitHnca and Ciroamt. Secretary Pogue announces that j the State Fair which a; as next Tuesday and closet Friday will tm one of the best Fairs la the history of the association. . , j There will be a large display of Governor Kltehln ha ajmcunced farm products, live stock poultry, jthat he has offered a reward of 1400! etc. There will be many free attrae- ! for the capture of the penoa who tions. Including dally filgbta of V brokeinto the house of Mr. H. W. Beacbey In his aeroplase. Goremor Home, at Monroe, Saturday night. Harmon, of Ohio, will speak at the ' : ! i When you co to' w? .State ; 3ta.M tfetalas' '4-f ii u f am . tfs Aft. VJr EfU ee P2t ISit A l,tlt The Caucsjiaa. Oar dLts . in tan jr-i irfts4 Duildisg oa Soat4 5.1- t Cirjt are bsti.y et.r a - The the FiV libury : Governor Kitcbin has granted a pardon to William Kir by, an aged man convicted in Caldwell County in August for selling liquor and sen tenced to three months on thee roads. Street from the post-cace- we Vrsi to see you. As a matter cf you c. a is aireacy pasa. r. Bocae's inor U 4lrsJy to t te piilk 2134 uiAy tu:o aa: f fact, 'fe wm oe siaa . i -?sers a:re9y cw.w - . e . to have subtcriptlon sr. r tral vreta striata !ie Fair on Wednesday 3Mrtkv Papii tt In an interview yesterday, said that in all his ex perl-; I Ug Fair Week r"0" ence he had never been so deludzed i AtmtUmf o i with entries for exhibits, and says that the indications are that the Fair Preparations are being made for a I next week will surpass by anything readeUns Use baiaioi fana- m ' : f er-l eccyU4 by F. U KUby 4 Co. t tke Tntent Sicrt. ?fr. !.ot.e t il-tVad dec ra t.t 4- 11 banquet by the alumni of the Uni versity of North Carolina to-night. Dr. Edwin Mlmms, of the Chair of English at the University, will be the I guest of honor. An interesting reunion during the ever seen In the fifty-one yvars that these State gatherings have been held. Every possible arrangement Is be-! ing made to insure the comfort and pleasure of the visitors. The build- 0 . ! lnv. wsAa tn fiAttor rn fl 1. Bute Fair will be that of the Scotch 'ZTZz: lion man ever oeiore. o uc mv- Manager Nathan of the ever popu-j tu. Tfee 0itu?e ar e? IH? Academy of Music i ivt. i -.tro iy p;. si- - undone to fclte im " - w-v;. lK jci. w v - lads who have settled in North Caro lina during the past five or six years. They will be quartered in the drill room of Company B of the Third Regiment. proof buildingf have been added since last year. This will add 20,- 000 feet of additional space for ex hibits. It has been the policy of the management to add a new building Walter Johnson, a negro, has been I every year. Next year it is hoped to A bound over to court in the sum oferect a now Machinery Hall a.nd a $500 for breaking into a freight carnew woman's Building. ai me jsouinern aepoi. anu neauu All is hustle ana vim at tne omce forty-seven boxes of plug tobacco j Gf tne Secretary. The vistior leaves worth at least $180. Tom Morris, 1 with his head in a whirl or air-ships, a white liveryman, has also been ar-Uyild West shows, agricultural exhib- rested as an accomplice. and all the multitude of attrac The cotton farmers of North Caro- tions to be seen at the Great State Una are being urged by President! air next. ween. Alexander, of the State Farmers' Union, and Major Graham, Commis- ncilXEI) VICTIMS IN FURNACE. Bioner of Agriculture, to meet in the . argest possible numbers in Raleigh, ctober 18th. to take some action in ... ward to the prices of cotton lar attractive lice o! amusement thit is ff-iselly uictro;tI.; have ever been offered to Raleigh and j r;nt. her many thousands for any previous) Fair week. On Monaay &u day nights, with a special Tuesday n-onltnoo "Tfi.. White SlSUT .1 be given; tie show U the se etc. ing attratciou that was tn la leieh last seison. and tUs yeir M.bs Lillian Rhodes v ill portray the ro.c of Sister Giovanna. the part in welch u vini Allen last season won SCO - great praise. 14.. 1 D wards. Governor Kitchln offered Monday a reward for Will Mclntyre. wanted -"'Mr. R. L. Lumsden, who last year (booth of the Chamber of Commerce , in Rutherford County for a series , of )at the Union Depot, has been employ- i cri-es. He operated a blockade dis iTthis capacity again this year.' tin- and he is believed to have 1 :r JaJ nf . committ- three murders for the pur- rnt rhX in search oravanab.e' POS. of rabbery, and burned the bod-roomand-boardinB places for Fair I r h to victims in the furnace of Tisltors. Secretary Olds urges every- his aistiiiery. am. J. XI. lVliltUU uisayycai cu wv,vtv l" 5 " t :aHn -n vi rtrl o Hnno tA I DCIiy wno u ber 7 1906, and in November of the telephone him at the Chamber of , her i. i , diSanDeared. Commerce or communicate with Mr. . -. - -y lumsden at the Capital Inn. . appearance of L. B. Hines, each hav- XStole Forty-seven Boxes of Tobacco. ing been knQwn to be at the blockade NForty-seve'n ten-pound boxes or still just prior to their Uisappear ufacture(i ; tobacco A of a brand It is oniy Since the convic- de0?yJ a Winston-Salem firm, were tion o Mclntyre for the blockading bund Saturday in this city hidden the service. of his sentence and his Drns nvery siauiea di&appeara.sifie.i; tuat.. susyicum ua tblen Monday from T1ioii".tnh!mas the perpetrator of Southern yards the series of "murders, and Solicitor f , "'' ' ' I ' " ' Aii Lilian Rhodes. i "The White Sister." it IS 1 New Goods crowding la tell of buiyftisits tZiXVfc are1pref5ami to show you nJMl stodi of Thomsons GlovctltUca and Rzzzo Cc?czZ& Mite Llaslln ana nccC:gg&!scinTTPc:2tcc vcatsrs AvlaUcaHcapsT UnCcTt cc? CtS ncls, Onllnos, Dcnicslio?, Star Cracdi? trvla Drew, Job a Ilcllcy and GcSmnn Sfcocs. tcr-fiaifl Coiapaiy Pictorial nevletv Patterns. IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH TraTcl ria THE CHESAPEAKE LINE Dally Serrke lododmg Sua day. The new Steamers just placed In service the CriY OF NORFOLK &d CITY OF BALTIMORE" are the most elegant and cpto-4aU. SUars be tween Norfolk and Baltimore. CQ0IFFE0 CITB YflSlUSS-TDiPHOKE Itl MCtl iOf tt CUICICCS GUIS f OH BOARD. DfMTlllB F03 GOUFCIIT K3 CC3nCIBCL teamen leave Woroik (j season SU)-6;1& p. m. U-are Old rol Ctaipn 7:15 p. m. Arrive BalUmore 7.00 a. m. CcncecUnp at BalUmot t ftr all NORTH. NORTH EAST and WEST. Reservations madel and any Information courtecuy fornihd by W. H. PARNELL, T. Mr. Boone has been engaged in the clcthing business in Raleigh for the past twelve years, and has many friends who are pleased to see his new business start under such favor- able conditions. - . ! -.,T,- IS Miss Rhodes 13 aa acue 01 heallh strength and vigor . ... .3 iv a'AIMTV 1 TIM It tionaiiy strong urauiauc aumi;, thft 'crime has been fixed; TTall Johnson and numerous citi- rjohnson, negro, who has , zens Qf tne section join in asking for hd over to the superior j tne rewara by the State. ... w used a team owned by u is alleged that human bones n er rendition of the character is ot hc tnhacco. but Mor-1 viotro voon found that were from the rt -ha oc o-roit as Mias Allen. Miss I to - know nothing of the furnace 0f the distillery. Mclntyre Rhodes Vv,as for a long while connect nr-Wc. tnhap.ro in his stable. 1 ,-c BPrihPd as twenti'-five years old, i u.uh the ?Cfw Theatre in New 1LO I - ... I Saved His Mother's Life. "Four doctors had given me up,' writes Mrs. LAura Gaines, of Avoca, La., "and my children and all my looking for me to die,! when niy son ln?ited that i use Elec tric Bitters. I did so, and thej; have done me a world of good. I will al ways praise them." Electric Bitters ? o mip'pss hlessiiiK to women! ' - troubled with" fainting -and dizzy spells, backache, i e.idache. weakness,! liability, constipation or kidney dis- orders. Use them and gam new . They re I guaranteed to satisfy or money re- S-ilU I , -vi r r r. oil A tmi rtrata iiinaeu. jmy uvt , "ii uiu6t).u.- tfouce bwflipn other thefts recent- ai low. dark hair and eyes, crippled v k and last season was starred inf 10 V I - ... ' K from the railroad yards and spe- s0 tnat he ordinarily walks witn one the great emotional success, me f oTita of the company are here hand on his knee. He is believed to gi th Commandment." An unusual- Xhine for the theives. have accomplices in the murders, j y stroilg .supporting cast have been j The reward for him is $200. engaged to support Miss Rhodes in & nmnra to Check Downward other rewards, each for the same this Ereat Diav. chiefly among whom ju Mm I T - i r . ' .. Stsxj-m I . . . nft frf Prm PAT.firSOn anU I V. lmnnrn eflCa fnlkft 3S - 1 ' : tt., ATr1ov ronved Bob Peterson, wanted in Yancey Howard Sydney, Grace Young, Philip f uovernor xwc of County for the murder of Robert Mc- Effie LaCroix; Adele Leonard, STexas, asking for a liOVGrilUi v I , . - 0 i ' f0ronpe of Coy and thed angerous wounding of w w shuttleworth, Victor Fletcher conierence vi ,.,! t . . Ai If - t negroes, SeptemDer aana, ; and Morris Foster. The entire scenic Whern Goyernors "Ure to W t MBountain, and Hassell Joyner productlon that was seen last seaso. for killing James tiermeni, in w iwuu will again shown during tne wm- to chesk the decline in price ton. Whether a conference of the Gov ernors will be held to consider the question has not yet been onnouncea County September 23rd. INSTITUTES MANDAMUS. Found "Blind Tiger" in the Open Near Baptist Church. The Raleigh police found a oask containing about seventy-nve in Moore s ing engagement of "The White Sis ter' on Monday and Tuesday of Fair week. The Prices are 50 cents to ti Kn sat raV nnpTiR Friday at V " " MT Tucker Building Pharmancy. Another big attraction booked for Wednesday and Thursday nights will age Dr. J. J. McCallers Still Fighting for a Place at the Feed Trougn Dr J J. McCullers, who was be "The Winning Widow," with tbe named county health ofilcer by the Broadway. Beauty Chorus of fifty, JCoutny Board of Health has insti-1 car-load of scenery, and an all-star half-Dints of whiskey day nignt, tne ioi um uy pmintv Commissioners outfit of a "blind tiger." There was ' on the road supervisor ask- twenty song hits that will linger Square, near Baptist Tabernacle, Sun- mandamus proceedings against cast of singers and dancers. "Tbe m ucn - . mmissioners. the sher- Winning Widow" can truly be caliea way as to indicate that it was the r ,rvHtitAndnt of the coun- a song show. There are no less than w I 1 TT IV nil & IT A. AAA W - a man's cap close by that is expected y fee made to permit him the memory long after the show has will lead to the identification of the V fhp duties outlined for the left Raleigh. This is the Academy'" tiger. Loith officer. -The hearing will be big musical offering for next weei, UVU." I J 111 nr.l.m A hpfore Judge Peebles, OctoDer zara. anu "V uuuut, u c.w. ti nnnsnmotives. i rotnArnhflred that the Witn tne two aDove attraction , L. A liccrioro had refused Manager Nathan believes that he Many traditions witn regaru lu v,ouuljt ,---; AnntvU,tT pnonh npt wppIc to tlease . . I . tA IM IY1 ft .11 I lei Zt OO wvi.w I - the feeling of tuberculosis pauen io ?rr7;.7 io refused him and amuse the most skeptical tfce- and with regard to rooa in general, pnysjciaii l,a.(rnflr Thp nH,oa fnr "tv,0 Win- are given severe blows in a series oi: pay. ine T- nJirA for nine Widow" are 50 cents to $1.5t. Octooer pointed iir.itaipa D: -r-- - fftnil.v . rter ana r , a a. i v 4Viq Motinn- TVit nntcniTlP Oi tne ld,BJ articles published in tne uciooer pomiea ur. xva?u - Mnndinr t. Toe i y-v i. J . I . 1 s.l 1. V si 1011 5T1I1 LiUUUU I - -i- j - . number ot tne journal oi uum. , iae - QA will De Building Pharmacy. Out-of-town or- rlprs for "ThA Whit Sietpr " or tBS; al Associaiton for tne stuay ana Prevention of Tuberculosis. Dr. John R. Murlin, of New York, Asistant Professor of Physiology at th Cornell University Medical Col- " - ... . . j i lee Niusvin anj article entitieaj watched with interest. BURNING DAYLIGHT VACATION OUTINO. The Glorious Mountains of WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA "The Land of the Sky" "The Sapphire Country" "The Balsams" Where there la Health in Every Breath The Climate la Perfect the Year Round In Spring and Summer the Region la Ideal . Reached hy SOUTHERN RAILWAY Solid Through Train, including Par lor Car, between Goldsboro, Ashe ville and Waynes ville via Greensboro, Salisbury; Other convenient through car ar rangement." Summer Tourist Tickets on Sale unUl SEPTEMBER 30, 1911. Let Your Ideas and Wishes bo Known SMITH'S GAFE We Fcrnish tbs Best Oust Vj Can Bay. 4-' : 7- Everutumo iiis Meals Served ca Shcrt!;;-;3 I w Omt price ar rwiinpb? asJ tf erric li UMxedkd. m Oar two dizAng-toaa him bwa m elecljr fitted sp, ifid art kpt bU and clen. J. H. WOOD, D. P. A., Asbevllle, N. C. R. H. DeBUTTS, T. P. A.. Charlotte, N. C. J. O. JONES, T. P. A., Raleigh, N. C. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Smith's Cafe No. 9 Exc3k&nc Strt RALEIGH, : : : flOHTII CAndO 1 Gripping Story of Millions and a Maid By JACK LONDON nin T.inA to All foinia North anu TZimt. West Very Low Round Trip Rates to All Principal Resorts. Throneb. Pullman to Atlanta, leaves Raleigh 4.05 p.m., arrives At lanta 6.25 a.m., making close con nectlon for and arriving at Mont-, gomery following day after leaving Raleigh, 11 a.m.. Mobile . P-m.. New Orleans 8.30 p.m., Birmingham 12.15 noon. Memphis, a.u p. Kansas City, 11.20 a.m, second day, nd connactlne for all other points. This car also makes close connection at Salisbury for St. Louis and otner Western points. Through Pullman to Washington ' iAAa T?io!rh fi.so D.m.. arrives) OdlCS vB - . Washington 8.53 a-nx., 10.02 a.m., Philadelphia 12.25 noon, York 2.31 D.m. This car makes close connection at Washington for. 7.40 o.m.. making close connection ana &u ouw , Jainnieg fl0 Opp. Post Offka RALEIGH, ... N. C and at 1 Coburn's Greater Iinstrels. The attraction at the Academy Sat- jurday night will be Coburn's Great- Princinles of Nutri- er Minstrels witn iae ueauesi JZZ. IfsumSve wufga,. edy. newest Jokes. tu.-mak- - - 7 wjints of ers and sweetest singers w w w- weight and do Wn three plnteo , mlnstrelsy. Tne company is too whole milk. 0 eggs I well-known to require endorsement. fivft ounces OI mllK SUgar, w ! iol nmpdia.n W two slices of guttered toast, as ration for each tVenty-four hours. .The enUre diet with the excepUon of the bread and butter could be pre pared in advance and served for a cost of about 50 cents tor the day. Dr. David R. Lyman, of Waling ford, Conn., and Dr. Paul B. John " COn. of Washington, D. C, both agree ho ordinary person eats tw a,AV - . big musical comedy, "The WinniflSj Widow," must be sent to Marx "i Nathan, Manager Academy of MusiCj post-office or express money orders- 1 Charley Gano, principal comeuu with the big show this year, is un doubtedly the best comedian ever seen with this attraction, and in spite of old favorites, is establishing a rep utation throughout the Southern States as one of the best black-face men In minstrelsy. One of the great laugh-producing features with the Coburn show iast was "Manteus Marionette This big act has been re- trnp7and seasons have'been proven tameu tm BCaB, -times ana fcT . .Z-,JS tipw features. There will be a grand false. jjr.; VJ'ii iiuu v oo-, j , are consu at- 'oi that the old notions about, season nmnratu-a6Patient at all j Circus J stuffiI1?-. h'bPP.n nroven tained this ,t noon. Prices are SeTand that a tu- $1.00; 75 and 50 cents lower floor; SlWnprit hoiiM eat. only 25 .and 50 cents in balcony. Seats cercuiuw : - -'-,1 ' caip Friday at the Tucker Dru e- URGE FARMERS MEETING Greatly Reduced Rates To Raleigh, N. C. SCCCUUt J STATE FAIR From Elizabeth City. Hemora. Edrcton Maoceys Cohuabia PlyiaOTjtli... Belharen Washington Oriental Beaufort Round Trip. 6.93 Ltf To Ra TTPiri in TLalpirfi October to Take Action on Marketing ton Crop. The cotton farmers of North Caro lina are being urged by President Q. Alevxander, of the State Far Commissioner of Agriculture, to in the largest nossible numbers Raleigh October 18th to take soei ootfn aa to the ETadnal "market1 rrnn ra thAt remuherative Ui iuu - t pirces can be realized. ni,r snoniiiiiif a T-it of Money. Wilson Tho hnrle-pt of the citv of RaldS" I limited to October 23d. Amsle and convenient The budget Ot tne city L be ,chedules rim Norfolk Sontbern RsJQroad. Get will soon be made public, mrou " 1 comolete Inlornulion from nearert ticket ztnt. , . . lof OctODer 1 ..... W. W. CKOXTON. lloreheadCity. Newport. wewi Dover Kisxton IaiGranse. Greenville. Farm viae - .. 4SS M S.75 4tt aas aos 4.75 4J0O SL2S aoa ass 3LSS 29S 7,73 Pituhurg. Chicago, int. Korth and West, Greensboro for through Tourist sieDer for California polnta, and for nil norida points. 1 Through Parlor Car for Ashevllle. . . 1 . tie m R. ! leaves uoioaooru - - j arrives Ashevllle ce ' w . 1 with the Carolina Special and arm-1 Uxg Cincinnati 10 a.m. following dayj after leaving Raleigh, witn ciose con-; necUoa for all poinU North and; Northwest. t Pullman for Wlmton-Salem leaves ni a! eh 2.30 a.m., arrives Greens boro 6.30 a.m.. making close connec tion at Greensboro ror au pom North, South, East and West. This car Is handled on train No. Ill, leaving Goldsboro at 10.45 p.m If yon desire any information, wHr or calL We are here to ih information as well as to eell T. P. A.. 216. Fayettevllle Sttatat HVot W. H. FAUPICaiUi 215 Fayettevllle St, Raltlgh, N. a tt p. CART. General Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C. jEEPS every tiling usually kept in a first class Drug Store. Fine Assortment 01 GARDEN SEEDS Special Attention to All Mail Orders. . P. A. Norfolk Southern R. R. Norfolk. Va. mention this paper. I When writing advertisers, pleas a Far bapfOfeiatat cf Soils fsr Lar&t Crer f . USE I- ... NlTRACSIPsJ CS eiwsttn IwSrocev gwJaetajf irw w m ax lesi tw Ctroi on too" r'i9 UUs ana prtcaee fcrr ;:ry toaasdia&arir MtxactaforsMntai lXUn)acre iaGgnTqr garter 1. Verssnsta i Gensaa Amerim rn:rra Ccrrpt f f v. r P I . imifl more man a peiiuu giur5vu,rrv,.. . the city has already spent $76,w nary good, health. , - Store.