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RUSSIA MAKES DEMANDS
Takes Advantage of China's Defenseless Condition and Seizes Outer Mongolia IWir Send Not to China Dfsnaading; publican that U net for Taft- The Republican party !a Chatham county U not for Taft, and I understand tbr Is 00 pofslbillty for Lee's role to be cast for TafL I do cot believe the majority of the Republicans of the Sixth Conjjrsionai District can be counted for TafL Let's show Mr. Taft for once that the Republi can party in North Carolina U not composed of a net of pie-eatem and a perfect right ta pats'' spos ihcjWa Tm thy a Ta Slrt&rwl j h tig as Wisftar. t tswa-fet eligibility of iu members . I to Smxh Om4i. Gar&r K. C a&i Her frt!rartr ill; Jt Independence and KuAtia Will pie-hunters. Let's be men and stand , . . . 'for what we want and tell all the I-t More Troop, in the Ficld-IV- wouM. tbat we kin Official Jxok for ItritUh Ar-' cannot and will not aland for the 4 j nomination of William Howard Taft ! for President. These are my honest Pekln, Jan. S. Two important de-' convictions honestly expressed. v;Iopmpnt to-day intensified the in-; "Pleas glre them expression u-r n in the situation in China. These 1 through the columns of your paper, wi re a renewal of hostilities and the We have got Republican lawyer in demand of the Russian government Kastern Dlitrict with as good talent that China recognizes the independ-' and brain as the world affords. nce of Outer Mongolia. Revolutionaries from Shan-Si and Shen-Si, having recaptured the town "Plttsboro. N. "Z. C. C, Jan. CLARK. 8. 1912. flan 54 ram Holier iHvr Ilryaa a&4! (Frosa The Mots roe KSialrtr.) j . . i lumrpamm. Ur Va4 H. Lot, mho has bm Adjoialag U la4i J 3. a llatte- Mr. Bryan seeded to realise frosi j lifSsg la Texas for to years, taa j sziix aid elytra, aad Wctaais a a tb first that be war. beaten, bat be 1 taoved back to Uslca ctrssty aad li stake -tbe rar of &. O. HUtaa went into the fray osdaanted. Mr. tilting star Bakers Is aorta Monroe --tbse airth II dtgreea. Mack wam saftaiaed, 33 to 13. Vlf! tow&abSp. Mr. Lore said be bad to ttstyfomr asd lhrtS?t1fc C3 34) Ctnia and North Carolina to:4 tojfcaui water ste tsuta la ?xat asaipae to a iUUt tfc coraer of S O. sustain Mr. Mack, while South Cam-ipay 2S tenia a tank 20 gaUo& jlfcJlosxsa, tbsac sost IS 4tcrsk Una cast lta tote Is the ctgatlTe. 'for It and be rot tired of that ayffi twalre as4 es-baif UlVsJ Then the Guffey-Palmer caae waaief doing, j poles to a lUli; tbesre sista II 4- taken np. The committee bad hoped f : creea. wt twcsty.four a4 lre to dtspose of it la an boor. It re- What MaJkx a Worass? jaftba CSI 3-S pole to a sUke-R. quired nearly three. Senator Stoaoi ' )0. 2!olkstaat liae; tbc aortb made one of the principal speeches j wbb bbw -y eateea cefr, east telta aaa oa- for Colonel GuSey. J more or leas, of boa and taacJ fcjf (UH) polea to tU beflaalit: A resolutions committee was ap-, doa't make a woman. 2u a ood coataiaiac two arm jer or ls, pointed, with Clark Howell, of Geor-i foaadatioa. Put Into it health aa 2 ?xbat the iss&c&i for iba abo gia as chairman to frame a call for; "trengtb and she may rale a la jaamed dtftcdaet fcas bea msnsfd delegates and thus to deal with the 1 . Bat that's Just what Electric j by of Wake Coaaty witb inner give oer. oosusai bipm , primary queation. tils ZTi4-2.rtl li.-s:; "AfU atts ar mi X f.i-&a4 ta Oftitaty. Sail tmS U tn a caa4a fde IX pnrpmm a? cstt&j a teta ta tie at lie AHta fsewart- Yea ar, tl trf rw, acl ts a par bfra tie 0?k f Wals ?rtcT c art va taa Hta Cay f D resbr. till. aa4 anf. &zzf $4T t Wad to tbe ttliSo aka U oo St la tit oScw of saU tUrK. 4&f iMs tbe ralatSSa Ut JTy t ti rear; fcr am crdr dtrsctlM On aa24 of fb land arrolatxe dtaertMt. sad Ue arj-eiatseat cf a ceorxts iioaar to mat tb aala aad atscata ieS to tie psrtkiaer. miuro uiau Oers Wako 8s5enor QrV J. C L HAJUtlS. Atry. OVKIM'ROniCTIOV CRATH. or I)KMC- of Shen Chow, are advancing on Ho-1 Nan, while reinforcements have been; dispatched to the Imperialists. The: armistice has not been renewed and Tate Have IncreaMi While What there is a deadlock in the peace ne-f the Farttirr Has to Sell Han ic gotiations t-o that early fighting may. creased tnIer lkmocratJc Rule. hf expected. , Edtor Caucasian: Enclosed find hi auuiuou 10 requesiing unina to recognize the Kutuktu of Urga as monarch of Outer Mongolia, the Rus sian Government has notified China that the independence of Outer Mon golia must be recognized as concerns internal affairs. The note adds that Russia will as sist the Mongolians in maintaining order and intends to build a railway from Kiakhta, Siberia, to Tourga. Henceforth China will not be permit ted to maintain military forces in or to send colonists to Outer Mongolia, but may retain control of external relations. To this note China has made no reply. To the other powers, however, the Chinese government to-day communi cated the substance of the Russian demands. Undoubtedly a strong pro test will be made by the Chinese gov ernment against the action of Russia, but China is unable to defend her self now or in the future with refer ence to Mongolia. Hereafter the desert of Gobi will mark the Chinese boundary on the northwest. The statement that Russia will as sist in maintaining order in Outer Mongolia probably means that she will increase the number of troops in that territory, which heretofore have served merely as consular guards. It is believed that several railways will follow the Kiakhta-Ur-ga line and that much of the country will be developed. Russia's permission to China to retain control of Its external affairs is meaningless, because practically there are no dealings with any other country except Russia. The general opinion here Is that the Chinese gov ernment really suffers nothing from the loss of Mongolia, although Russia and the Mongolians will probably he greatly benefited. Russia's position in Mongolia is now stronger than in Manchuria. Pekia officials look for British ac tion In Thibet at a later date as it i believed unlikely that Russia has taken the present step without pre viously consulting? with Great Britain and Japan. Outer Mongolia la so far lsft mndiaturbad. $1,00 cash for which send The Cau casian one year to Mr. , Carpenter, N. C. The agricultural papers have ad vised the farmers to get machinery and plant less acres and make more. and now we have an "over-production" of cotton, and I want to know what to do next. I think we have an over-production of Democrats in Congress which has affected the price of cotton more than the big crop. I think the farmers are getting too rich for the ring Dem ocrats, anyway they are afraid they can't buy the farmers' votes three for a nickel with old Virginia che roots like they have been getting them and they went to pull the far mers down. The farm papers tell us to raise stock and now we are making an over-production of butter and it looks like the cows have gone Democraltc. The paterrollers tax listers have caused the taxes of the farmers to go Democratic and some of my Demo cratic friends are keeping the road hot to Raleigh trying to get some of the taxes off, but they have failed and have to fork up the increased tax money. I know of one man whose taxes have advanced from $18 to $42. can only console them by saying that is what you voted for. My taxes have advanced over 20 per cent per year, or over 40 per cent for the last two years, and now, Mr. Editor, can you tell me when they will ever get an over-production of taxes? I think if they could get a Democrat President and Congress they would have an over-production of all farm products and the farmers could rest, eat, drink and be merry. SUBSCRIBER. them for overcoming faiaticg and dizzy spells aad tor dispelling weak ness, nervousness, backache and tired, listleas. worn out feeling. The Democratic papers seem very ! "Etric Bitter, have done me a fhom the Re-i or,a 01 CKa wnirs ens wi. fnr rovr-! Depw. OKia.. "and 1 man you. wita While the most of j al lmy heart, for making such a good til 1 meaicme. umy u cent, uuirw- j tLA Vi v alt A ni v il at the following from the Charlotte j ' Chronicle may Drove interesting to! z , - -, Sjt ulatln;; on tha Republican Can didate for Governor. much Interested as to w publicans will nominate nor this year their talk is mere speculation many: "The Sylvan Valley News, which Is in position to get Republican infor mation straight, says that the fight for the Republican nomination for governor of North Carolina will be between John M. Morehead and Thomas Settle. We have heard asj much. They are both strong men. j In the division of party Influence J pretty well matched. wnicnever gets the nomination, however, will get the full Republican vote, for the Republican quarrels end when the ticket is made up. There la some sentiment in Morehead's candidacy, and he would be, perhaps, the stronger. There are many Demo crats, personal friends, who would vote to send him to the seat once occupied by his grandfather, one of the greatest of North Carolina's long line of governors. The campaign for the nomination is going to be a pretty one, and the campaign ror votes Is going to be one that will command the attention of the Democrats." SALE OP LAND TO UAKK ASSETS. In the Superior Court Before Millard Mlai. Clerk. North Carolina Wake County. J. S. A DEMOCRATIC WRANGLE. Mr. Ducan Oaawot Carry tha Part Either Way. Some weeks ago Mr. E. C. Duncan gave out an Interview in Washing ton la which he declared to favor Mr. Taft for renomlnatlon for Presi dent and said the North Carolina del egation would caat their vote for Mr. Taft, and added, if there was any sentiment in North Carolina against Mr. Taft he had not heard of it Mr. Duncaa spoke aa if he was carrying the North Carolina delegation around in his vewt pocket. The Caucasian did not comment on any part of Dun tan's interview except the fact that Mr. Duncan could not carry North Carolina for Mr. Taft. nor could he carry it aaainrt Mr. Taft. In other words, be cannot control the North Carolina delegation either way. Somo f Mr. Duncan's friends did not read our comment carefully or either chose to quote only a portioa of it to bear out their contentions, but there should be no mistake, at we Hade this matter clear in our issue ef December 21. If Mr.Dancaa Is for Mr. Taft it is strange that Mr. Duncan's friends write against Mr. Taft We are requested to publish a communication, and while It is a little misleading as to what we aaid, still we give it below In full: "Editor Caucasian: I note what you say in your Issue about Mr. Dun can's interview. I did not see the interview, but I agree with you fully in saying that Mr. Duncan cannot deliver the vote of the Republican party in North Carolina to Mr. Taft. I am a friend of Mr. Duncan, but do not believe that he or any other man, or set of men, can deliver the vote of the Republican party to Mr. Taft at the next National Republican Con vention that is, if the will of the people is fairly expressed. If North Carolina Republicans are for Taft, that goes to show that what he said about them in his Greensboro speech was true. If Eastern North Carolina Republicans go for Taft, then that will show that they approve of his appointment of a Democrat for Fed eral Judge, and of Ms idea that there was no Republicans in Eastern North Carolina competent and worthy to be appointed Judge. I am one Re- (Continued from page 1.) several others then held a hurried consultation and agreed upon the pro gram, which meant defeat to the Ne- braskan. Chairman Mack sustained the point of order and Mr. Bryan at once ap pealed from the decision of the chair He saw in this ruling the defeat o the protest against Colonel Guffey and asserted that the committee had Halley, Administrator of Samuel Chavia, vs. jt)hn W Chavis, et al. Schools and Colleges 1 TU1S SOimi CAftOLRCA COLLEGE OF AGHICULTUHE AJJD UECn.lMC ARTS The State ladoctrtal CUecr. Order Appointing Oonuwiasionera and of Sale. Four-year courses la AfrieuUara. la Civil. Electrical, aad MoetaaieaJ Engineering; la ladastrial Ca&!v try; In Cottom Maa a facta ring aai Dyeing. Two-year eouree La Uo chanlc Arts aad ia Textile Art. Oao year courae ia Agriculture. Taoae course are both practical aad acicav tlflc. Examinations for admlaaJoa are held at all couaty-eeats oa July II For catalogue address TOTS lUXHilTRAR. West Ualetcfe. N. G. THE NORTH CAROLINA State Normal and Industrial College tula!!! ? Su t tie Wa e North Caretta. n rscmjar U4:4 t DrrM. fveltl Oar toe t frS tluo t (Wm term tWnMMtMM9fca Us guta r!3 Wyta jSgUiW VL till. For ctta sM K iurfi as JOJCS L TOST. rmUcat. Crtfssaere, X, C Dr. Jaa P. Stewart. tx tf. rraak, tj. NOTICE. In the Superior Court January Term, 1912. North Carolina Wake County. John R. McLean vs. Frances McLean. The defendant above-named will take notice that an action entitled aa above has been commenced in tne Superior Court of Wake County for an absolute divorce for her on tne grounds of adultery, and the said de fendant will further take notice that she is required to appear at the term of the Superior Court of said county to be held on the second Monday be fore the first Monday in March, which la the 18th day of February. 1912. at the court-house of said county in Raleigh, N. C, and answer or demur to the complaint In said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded In said com plaint. MILARD MIAL, Clerk Superior Court of Wake County. This the 8th day of January, 1912. iiy virtue or a special proceeding 1 Kiewmrt . caiid entitled as above and brought In UAtBllAUll Wake Superior Court, and a judg ment thereof, I will offer for sale, at tcbr nd cxperttncd p&ymita who public auction, to th. hlghe.1 bidder Jyg . fajm tor cash, at 1- O ClOCK M., at tne pleasure amend. Oottar trsttm. Kieatatlr v j j. v,M ia tppotated bmidtnrs. electric itakivd and ittia WUU'UUU8C UWi vu j heated Hlh!7 endorsed md rec mtQdd bf day Of January. 1912, the roilOWing promiatnt pbrtleiaaa. mlnUttra and patron a. described lot of land lying and beln PPtioa. in House's Creek Township, and more particularly bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Adjoining the lands of Thomas P. Warren and the heirs of James Cooke and commencing at a forked old-field pine between Turkey Creek and Syca more Creek, and running south forty (40) poles Just crossing Turkey Creek to the line of Cook: thence east thirty-six and one-third (S6 1-S) poles to a pine, the line of T. P. War ren; thence north fifty-three (53) poles to a stake; thence west forty one and one-half (41 1-2) poles to the beginning, being the land pur chased by Samuel Chavis of Weston R. Rogers and Carolina Rogers, his wife, on March 13, 1872, and regis tered in book thirty-three (33), at page 651 and 652. in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Wake County, and containing twelve (12) acres and a fraction. Said tale ia to tadostrtel Cfcrisllaa Cctltce. Irs. Aa 141 taatttaUoa fx tora aa4 irfeia, TJl tT4 rc4irUi emr a. a4 tfc r. Oraw nar acfeool ta l Swat. Citt aaUt froaa rTf coeiamiaatSeat; of a 4raar la ear a aaa teanitjr; bttifafal aa Ik a aaeaataia: ft arUaiaa water; KUroad aJraaar ataltjr aaaU. Can WOBX or rr 7' war. For fall mat ion addrvaa Hvai4at JOHN W. TUX D ALL A. at.. IX. P Kl&ttoa. N C mm WMlf si liBfcir Tnat queation will be asked you almost daily by bnslnsta rata see kin your aenricaa. If you qualify take the Draughon TraJaiag aad abow aa bition to rise. More BANKERS Indorse DRAU0H0N8 Coliegea thaa ladorae all other bnslneaa colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges ta It State. IaUnea tienal reputation. iuBHtl Typewriting. Pemnaacahlp, Kngllsh. CpeUiag, Aritssastic, Iag ter Writiag, Boaineae Law FIUXXS aaxlllary braacbasv. Good PO0XTIOCZ3 GUARANTEED under reaaoaabla eoaditloaa. Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over be made for the purpose of making ted SUtes aay that Draughoa-i . 4, ... New System of Bookkeepiag saves assets to pay the debts of the said Samuel Chavis. Title perfect. This December 12. 1911. J. C. L. HARRIS, Commissioner. PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS. New System of Bookkeepiag them from 25 to 50 per scat In werk aad worry. Shorthand. Practically all U. S. official court reporters write the sys tem of Shorthand Draughoa Collages teach. Why? Because they kmow It is the best. Hosae Stady. Tbosaaads at cashiers, bookkeepers, aad rap bars are balding good posStlsaa cj the result of Ukl&g Dratg7s Home Study. CATALOG UH. For prises ess kas soas BT MAIL. vriU JWX' XT. DRAUQHON, PrssldsaU Tean., for free satalegae e AT OOLIXOD. write. In Uie a-T JoMy & Wpue JewelFy Co, EVERYTHING IN JEWELRY Cut Glass Sterling Silver Our repair department is unexcelled. We fit you up with glasses correctly and guar antee satisfaction. Drop us a card. 128 FAYETTEVILLE STREETJ1IE1 RALEIGH, N. G 3C w: PJewnd Sccondl Maud Igf oOIOI Every Description. PIANOS AMP OMdjAMS You can get 5 per cent discount if" ;vC you mention The Caucasizin. KOONCE BROTHERS 106 and 111 East Harget SileigW Norlh rolina. rPMra. - vwTa;M . .m Superior Court January Term, 1012. North Carolina Wake County. Sarah Thaxton vs. Lee Taxton. To Lee Thaxton: This is to notify you that your wife, Sarah Thaxton, has brought suit against you to the January Term, 1912, ef Wake Superior Court, for divorce from the bonds of matri mony, and that the summons issued for you baa been returned by the) sheriff with this endorsement there-j on: "After exercising due diligence, the defendant, Lee Thaxton, is not to be found in this county." You are. therefore, further notified to appear at thVJanuary Term. 1912, of Wake Superior Court, which convenes on the 8th of that month, aad answer, demur or plead to the complaint which will be filed in this court dur- Draughon's Practical Business CoGgo Mzlfo Cor. Fiytftatfla St end tatja Fbw. Esst Carolina Tcaefeers' TraieiHR SdicM A iuteScfceo. 19 Trtla Yes&ers ter fce Uclnftili Every energy is directed to this one purpose. Tuition fret to cU who agree to teach, t ALL lEK&l UbUiNb cuacn dot lyil. ror Ctuuio iuc ana umer wiy unrtuiwr , j j -1 j j - a Xhraa CoOai tng the first three days of that term, i. t.Uff will A mm an A I TUrm atnAnUa datoac Tka Graalda 4 a4 7 . . -t, I tho CoHor to tha arowiaa aavl aroaarooa CUr oi to De aiiowea lo prove wie UTHnlty. tioas of her complaint and have Judgment accordingly. MILLARD MIAL. Clerk Wake Superior Court, J. C. L. HARRIS. Attorney for the Plaintiff. (COLILECSIE tOlMCHI! Maaaiaaot aawbaOdiaea with mmmr ayaiaiaat aaa4 mtm Cofortabla h rrieaic doraaitoria aai bmttfal ptaaawaw Fhr Dartmaatas Acadaik-. ajactxiUnal. Cirft. aaa C tlodsCradaata. , tor cataloswa aad odaar iaf ormadoo. a44raa R. L. FLOWERS, Se9ctezya PUBLICATION OP SUMMONS. TTiPiliniiiti'v IFaii?Ik ScIhiocrDr EST A-BUQHEPfll PDO Facnltr of coUere fradaataa. Koat modarcjoaathoda ol Fail term opena 5ptmBer ta. For fHoatrated catalostaa. addraas W. W. PI Ceadrutstcia sault iTAnmTT T " T TXT A TT7n V ""n iitr I K. 1 m mn it CT "if Ba f fimAnt hare ua of tha library, tytaaaaiom. aad athlatic BaLsa I Trinity CBit,Jc: t c.Wa. rinni .nfarm Mil. I ittMtwn are-n to hmmltb. A t cbr w aKii doraaitory ooaa afaar tav InrtaaT naniai aa awya Am cf-.-w. i ---r :-- .- . -w. m -.rl-1 I vnww turn JJLTU Ja,lll, ViU John S. Johns, Solomon Freeman, and Rena Freeman, his wife, Den nis Williams and Georgia Williams, his wife, Ezetster Stewart, TS. Sidney Finch, Maud, Georgia, ana Ervin Finch, the three last are minors. Publication of Summons. To Sidney Finch, Maud Finch, Geor gia Finch, and Errln Finch, the three last are minora: This publication is to notify you that the above-named plaintiffs hare brought a special proceeding in Wake Superior Court, before Millard Mial, Clerk, against you as the heirs-at-i law of Allen Stewart, for the parti tion of the following lot of land.' DO MOT OEILiY The Agriaritnral and rJechanical Cell2C2 wmel0ia Sep. i loii arayv Tha tabm man who refer board isz aad ladzias apea taa ...ii mm MVnmu(lHll!l mt omfm. . MM taa llfntfd arc beins rapidly raaarrad. For catalog aavi other tafaratitiae. POESIDEFiT JB. VVLUX, s ' n f GttrzZ7zL C.