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TTEMPTED ASSUALT ted at Rocky feu-- flount for Aiwciuag Young Giil (in! r fo rram Ilrought an Of Ifpr A mJ Lance Ttw ip1 Aftr a wveiy Hi (Juilt. N. C. Oct. 16. her screams were r-'by prevented a crim r Mour.t. ". '.f. that mlstionera of tozse of the State. J tut bow each railroad eoamls sioner to ted oa this pro petition hat sot ben given to the public It will be interesting to know how the railroad commissioners from North Carolina voted. The understanding, however, i that molt of the South em railroad commissioners voted for the opposition, using inch false ar guments as we haTe referred to abore as an excuse for their votes in favor of monopoly and against the people. uahy houses xmm Four Towns la Vbcoatta Swept by Cyclone Lest Saturday George Washington's Will. There has been recently published J by the Government a most interest ing document- It is the last will and iel Kice, the e!eren-i testament cf General Georze Watb- ..:v-r of W. D. Klce, of j ington. Those who would like to see Mount, while the girl j this interesting document should jrorn school this after- write to their Congressmen and Sen- ; f: man named J. K. Jones J ators fo ra copy. Property Vmm In Oim Town Atoo Will Amount to f loo.ooo -r!y Every HolldJaj; fa Ilea Itecle Was Iham&gnl. f 1 -vooi of tfce Hice home was! . . the police succeedeJ in Plan of Dissolution of Tobacco TruU The American Tobacco raan to jail after the girl i has submitted to the Federal Court Covington. Ind.. Oct. 14. Hills bo ro, a small country town east of here, was swept by a cyclone late this afternoon and delayed reports cosing irom mere to-night say many build ings were wrecked. Loss of life ha not been reported. Estimates of the property toss vary, but ome say it will reach $100,000. As the storm broke while the Company i town's streets were H'led with ahop- c'.. pers it is considered miraculous that no one was killed. The wind with teriflc velocity snapped telegraph and telephone poles and for hours the town was cut o!T from communica tion. It is reported that a score of him. i its plan of dissolution which it S aa passing a clump of j claims conforms with the decision of r the woods when the man j tho Supreme Court declaring that t toward her. She says! company to be a trust in violation of to her and tnen took! tne law and ordering it to dissolve. She screamed and the The Attorney-General gave out a j persons received minor injuries. ()f h.r cries reached Officer S. j statement this morning stating that! Tlllrteen OUM ImoUhHL a: (j a companion, who were! the plan of dissolution as formulated! r.f-ir the scene of the at-j by the American Tobacco Company) Indiapolis, Ind., Oct 14. A cy- kt wui dim. - Trw VHhT ToW tfcttsa9t. Ge&trarr tm t$ctLstio Vbm 1 w-aa saXl t 4i.y j IMt. 1 Tfcf?H- tfriffi-rtwir it ITS 1m ia a3sft C da&agt4 by a cyaoft ia-eicL fllg 1 c4liSoa ' osr tKm &tN a&3 ar n rmUu wr frssl y a ' being resbl ibtrt, Wirt are avraittsw f ss4 t w-i At of Covlsgtos. tt04 f !rtzt Sscmjist OsrtUU 1 a&4 Cagtwataas lrvt I trw. ' UVw llwn4 Two Itaadred !targrt EUsbtlaMM lct askS Vj&or tb VClMtjAtia JrtiAtor for tVriSri. of Wte?&fs; Jtifes tins t Kertb CrH&s, w as a m! f IS bS4t Chicago, lit. li. To ba$r4 progreive ItepabUca&t bent to-4sy tn their first national conference en dorsed Senator ilobrt M. Ijk rolleit of Wisconsin for President and de- VJir Trm Wrmm laAm i;rI4J Z.i- ailed out to the girl and thfi . ,i into the woods. Before .rs reru hed the scene, how- child had reached her home ! rushed screaming to her 'A (!' rr-rs chased the man into with a crowd of railroad a ho rame upon the scene with T'.-y ( aught Jones and brought :,.for' the child. "That's the T rits the man," the girl cried i. hind her mother's skirts. ;?r. t'w rnutterings of the crowd, o:i r T .yior placed J9nes in tne car r.iie a i 1 hurried him to the Rocky yv;r.t . til. Jones is married and v-,s ohp 'hill. Jones denies that he ; the mm. i'urnitiiie factory Humed at Ilijrb Point. Hizli I'oint, X. C Oct. 1G. To n:pht .it s o'clock fire broke out at :e (III-' - i'.irlor F"urniture Company in southern part of the city. All ;r. o . pmies responded prompt ly, but the fire had already gained i ...,t hei'i way when they arrived, (f ins; to the inf'amabie nature of the caterial the fire made rapid head way and the plant was destroyed. The estimated loss on building and finished stock may, reach $25,000. Tne amount of insurance is not known. ment, and that he would file a motion with the court to reject the plans un til amended as the Attorney-General would suggest. The Attorney-General expresses confidence that the court would sustain him In the amend ments to the plan of dissolution fori which he will ask. ific iit:r ueir, lo-uim wrevitea l W()HLI-WII)K COST OF LIVING. Living Kienses Are ns High in Free Trade Countries as In America Another Democratic Theory Exploded. homes and stores. Injured four per sons, one probably fatally, and caus ed damage estimated at $50, uuo. Residents bad noticed the approach of the funnel-shaped cloud and most of them sought refuge in cellars. Rouses were blown from their foun dations and one residence was picked up and carried nearly 200 feet and hurled into the side of a brick build ing. Nearly every building in the town was damaged. 4r!fcr. rieriIy tk-o Jf Ut tie Cbs&t bls4s saiy i clared in favor of a direct primary j lhtt mult1 of As4 9r as a r- as a means for the expression of ) 0f the Treasury tWpmrtt&eat't Presidential choice. The en4or- i?rlct raj:RiC cliaM r-jmtlfcas of ment came in the shsp of rrsoia- s rM ArtJ2fUjJy coIorl. The or4r' tions framed in part by former Sc- aiy hs retailed la tsraiag frea retary of the Interior Jsms It. Gsr-1 Ata9ric&a portt ral haadred ibo- neia. wno it was neia oy tne aeie-if4s4 of CMnes tes trat4 gates appeared as expressing thej ilh pfasia bloe. talc scd ctier views of Theodore Roosevelt and ; or chessirais. who oppose a declaration of any in- dividusL Mr. La Follette's endorses ' ment went through, without a bite however. I V I I 7 r-rL ,,f , t aaaw BOD tch. A FUIItCi: MGIIT AUIIUI The resolution followed a day of; .... , . , . t. t- t .. i i ,.!. wi. child, suddenly attacked by croap La lollette enthusiasm in which hu . ... . name was cheered repeatedly as It was mentioned by a oozen tpeaxers. ? , Often it aroused Lels Chsmhlin. of j Manchester. Ohio III. IL No. 21 for their four children were greatly sub- jcti io trroup. osjeiic3es is sertrs PI1CC f!?ISm AT UOMP nY!tUcks." he wrote. "e protl what NEW ADSGKPTiCM METHOD. la twit. North CsroHna Wako Coaaty. va. Vlltsle O MoesMrybam. To Minnie O. Mootytaait This Is to notify yoa that yesr hs.iv. band. Bta Si. Mooaeyaasal baa brought sutt against yoa to tbe April t If ytxs cuffcr from bl-ed:ne. itchias. bl!i4 or protrndlnf Pll aen4 to your mddnmtL and I will tell yoa bow to care yoarelf sS borne by the Aew aborptioo tralxaent; sua will also send some of this bome ti'itorat fre Cor trial, wiih rvft rrnm from yoar own locality if rrcjorvted ImmedLate re lief and permanent cure asurtd. Bnd no ja certain remedy Dr. King s New Dis- ? Term. llt, of Wake Jtaperlor Cort, ; corery Is. wo have no fear. We rely for dltoree from the bonds of tsatrt- on it for croup and for coughs, colds taony. sad that the eaaoeas tsa4 ior any throat or lung trouble." So for you has been retornea by tho do thousands of others. So mayUheri.T with this endorseaeal there you. Asthma. Hay Fever. LaGrippeJ on- "After sxtrcUicc dsa dlllgeaeo. tnoney. ml teu otter or lata oner.' w rtle Pearl Roberts, 15 years old, who Daxae, lad. Whooping Cough. Hemorrhages fly before it. Fifty cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Sold by all druggists. .1 Hid TRUST DISSOLVED. (Continued from page 1.) be required Lies should be required to perform the same service at a greatly reduced rate. The facts which The Caucasian has often brought out in its columns showing that the railroads receive about half of the rates which the express companies charge, and that the other half goes to the express companies for little or no service, were brought out before the conven tion. It was declared by a number of speakers in discussing the report that the railroads could perform the same service at half the rates that are now charged ,by the express com panies, and still make as large a profit for their stockholders as they now make; in short, that the express companies were simply a leech upon business and society, who forced ev ery person using their service to pay at least twice as much as a fair rate. The friends of the express compa nies became so frightened at the Plain terms of this report, that at once there was an organized lobby on the scene attempting to stifle the report and prevent it from coming to a vote. Strange to say they were successful in this. It is noticeable that some of the Democratic railway commissioners were the most active in opposing a vote on this report They used such false and hackneyed Democratic arguments as we have nen heard used by Democrats, viz.: we had too many laws and too While the people of the United States are suffering through the in- creased cost of living it may be some! satisfaction to know that the trouble is world-wide. In Austria the peo ple are on the verge of rioting be cause the price of food products has risen to an abnormal degree, while in France an almost equal amount of discontent is shown because of the increased cost of the necessaries of life. The same story comes from Lon don. According to the London Mail, which has been making an exhaus tive inquiry into the situation. Po tatoes and rice are the only articles which sell at a lower price than in 1900. Bread, flour, beef, mutton, po r.kbacon, butter, eggs, sugar, and even currants and raisins are all sell ing at a marked advance. Bacon is 38 per cent higher, flour has gone up 20 per cent and the increase in all the other necessaries is enough to make a marked difference In tne cost of living." - Of course, it does not help ou own situation to knJw that others are in an equally unfortunate extremity. The world-wide increase of cost, how ever, is of sufficient importance to warrant an investigation by economic experts and they ought to be able to offer an explanation and a solution. Washington Herald. The truth Is, since our Democratic friends have captured the National House of Representatives, you don't hear so much about the high cost of living as was the case when the Re publicans were in power and will have to look for some other "slo gans" in the next campaign than try ing to "fire the masses' with the hiKh cost of llvln&Jallacy, due to Re- Dubllcan policies. Union Republi can. ampin and feel good. Yon will feel good all rivbgin Boone's De Luxe Clothes Yon will be sure to smile hn once in the suit and tee tbe price Come and see bo they bus then-ck. STETSO HA'- S. Best I n ot SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR, elc All new. Prices risuL Lrerytoing- snarn-ned. wtmmm immm De Luxe Clothes that much government now, and that the best government was that which gov erned the least. Also, others opposed the resolution on the ground that it was confiscation and unconstitution al and they defended themselves on the ground that the Democratic party favored a strict construction of the Constitution, and much other rot of this kind which to-day is used by eery monopoly in the land to pre vent the passage of just and neces sary laws to regulate them. A vote was, however, secured on a resolution offered to prohibit any ex Press company from owning stock in an7 other express company or any ilroad, and also prohibiting any railroad from owning any stock in an7 express company. This is such a reasonable prop- "9,uo ana so necessary to pro ject the public under the terms of fcherman anti-trust law, that it ould seem that a body made up of railroad Commi8slnnrn. whnsA nwnm ty it is to urnt ACt Mi a Statea An A the people, would have voted for It unanimously. Stransre to say. this resolution was defeated by a vote of lQirty against to nineteen for it. aais shows that while President Roosevelt's reform and twos-tors! va - . MT O" vw w w lQeas and principles have made great Progress, that yet corporations have strong hold , on the railroad com Life Saver In a letter from Branch land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza beth Chapman says: "I suffered from womanly, troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the coun ty did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am en tirely welL I feel like a new woman Cardui saved my life! All who suffer from womanly trouble m. . A LJ should give Cardui a trial. E61 C. R. BOONE, De Luxe Clothier, 226 Faycttcvlllc St., Next to 10 Cent Store. AGRVTS WANTED. We wsnt agents to represent The Caucasian In every county where we are not already represented. Write up for sample copies and terms to agents. Our terms are very liberal and you can make good money by d votlng your spare time to the work. Address. x THE CAUCASIAN. Raleigh. N C Anviro: TO VOTl RR .-. Wt' Stthtn Sroph W1 a a W d for Cal -ten's TVti- It af tt" t rU'd. ftr th ra"n tUs!l rn torr ird rot, .r it hi bt ( (w DirLgra !fv m br t I th defendant. Mlanl O. Moonsy ham. It not to be fonl la thti coun ty." You are. therefore, farther noti fied to tppr st tbe Jnly Term. lltl. of WsVe Superior Court, which con venes on the IQth of that tnocth. and answer, demur or plead to the com plaint which will I fl Jed la this court during the first throe dart of tbst term, o'herwim the plaintiff wttl demund to be Allowed to proi the si legatees of hit complaint and bare Judgment accordingly. MII.l-ARD MIAU Clerk Wake Superior Court. J. C. U HARRIS. Attorney for the Plaintiff. When writing advertlters. mention this paper. please The Caucasian and the Ladies' World BOTH ONE YtAR FOR ONLY $1.25. Tako PAR Tho Woman'o Tcnlo 50 years of proof have r convinced those who tested it, mat Cardui quickly re lieves aches and pains dus to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui today 1 Ymii Canlt Mferi About which nobody knows anything except the seller nor a piano that has nothing to recommend it but a low price; don't let a low price hide the truth of the matter. Try to think out the problem of time, talent, la bor, material and money tied up in our factory. An intelligent study of the facts will tell you no good piano can be sold for next to nothing. The only safe course is to go to a reputable dealer, pay a reasonable price, and get a reliable guarantee. When you buy a piano 'away from home, there is nobody to complain to if things go wrong. The reputation of this store.-the thing on which it chiefly prides Itself, is its long record of selling reliable pianos, at the lowest prices. Of the hundreds of people who have hougnt instruments 01 us, noi one can say that we haven't always been courteous, considerate, attentive. aa Ihe Cftucaoian hss been enlarged to eibt pages, and it the best weekly paper la tbe State. Tbe Ldie' World is an ezcelfrnt ldte' rr sparine. Il baa s hardaome cover page each month, and Is bt sr tifnlly illnatrsted. It coulsics rsceilest abort stories, at tides on cocking, 3rramaklnr and In fait, on all subjects that rrr cf itttmt to the ladles It contains several pages each month showing the fashions, and bow nirrtir lctirrsaci mav be made st s rrssonsble twt. 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