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Thur-by. May 2, V. 12.
THE CAUCASIA!! VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. i ... ia nor aiitMf rihrr ' to tprea their rie.a oo t tn'.y . , , - tiri n The erf. tor not 'ou ...,! for the rlew. eipre PtMIICVI KKPCnMCAX CONVEX 1 ' TIO.V. Ifcgat MMI MO Inatructrxl to Veta for Th. Republican Convention of p-tm'ii'-o County for the purpose of p'tiaK dlef?at to the State. Sena torial. Congressional and Judicial v'n-., nrionii met at Bayboro. April "T and was called to order by ,V( chairman. fr. J- W. Aldridge was made per-m;ir.-nt chairman and J. H. Rice sec- on motion, a committee of three, j l Dixon, J. J. Urinson, and C. O. rarowan. wnre named by the chair to r-t i r and name the delegates to t diffrnt conventions. Th following delegates were named an! acrept'd: faf ,.;. M. Babbit, J. It. Rice, W. I Alfn-d. .1 ,V. Aldridge, and J. L. I i x''ii. -natorial G. F. Pipkins, J. L. M,'f. N. G. Lee, S. C. Miller, and L. J. .Jorifs. congressional C. (J. Carowan, S. A Willis, J. L. Paul, J. L. Riggs, and II . Carawan. Judicial P. C. Jones, F'helix Lee, V. c. Keel, V. M. Whorton, and J. I). .ket. Mr. Thomas Owens, editor of the Clinton News-Dispatch, was present and alled on to make a speech. He v.ry ably represented the principles of the Republican party and was a v. ry ardent supporter of Colonel Roosevelt for the next Presidential nominee. ine ioiiowmg resolutions were adopted : Resolved by the Republicans of Pamlico County, in convention assem bled at Bayboro, April 27, 1912, that we indorse the administration of our State Chairman, the Hon. John M Morehead, and instruct delegates to favor his continuance as State Chair man. Resolved, further, that it is .the sense of the convention the ex-Sen ator Marion Butler is best fitted and qualiiied to represent this State as National Committeeman and work in harmony with our State organization, and we hereby instruct our delegates to vote for his appointment. Resolved, further, that we express as our choice for the next Republican candidate for President of the United States the Honorable Theodore Roo sevelt, our most distinguished and patriotic American statesman, be lieving if nominated, will poll arger vote than any other man In the Unit ed States, and therefore instruct our delegates to the State Convention at Raleigh, May 15, 1912, to vote only lor delegates to the National Conven tion who are loyal to his candidacy ana favorable to his nomination. J. L. DIXON. Ashwood, N. C, April 27, 1912. and a buiinert man of the greatest; money ahead, oo4 ro4. isufl taxes aa es ot tJs. M, Frtaa. A Urc ariMHs fet-Seifis um iw - ability. He Is known throughout the to aav: thn look on thm other hand, wet rdnd ast ta w.! f. tt t t..i . -rw, I f e a entire dUtrlct. and enjoys the Rreat-i Sow. al!etsn. tfclsk of tfc rdy. A! ibi tut a rally ro4 t! Ua WlsutaaUW . brfe.J y.'i et confidence of all who know bits. tbiaiff. and all k4 Rpab!lac. I acs br ot &arllc3tit aa liiey diy attt tat. bratec ibi tfT-tt'"',f',s:y,,wn He la thoroughly familiar with Ifcef appeal jpUa to yoa: Ct baty and waited oa tb Kla la a bo4y ihn t ostalf tsimoa 4a f lfi tltU needs of the country, and It repreaen- let's elect tbe Hoa. Joha M. Mar- day aa ake4 blca waat h tsawt. i tolare. rataillac a kmt of tWl - H.uh n --r teJt tatire no one could be of greater ser-; head for Slate Chairman, Marion Bat- Hit aaser wot rwn4 as aaaati- 140,e a ta tolctti, aa4 eijs.j'1" " rCT? rm vice. His long experience In the aer-1 ler National Committeeman and a factory. Tblscs coatlased la tals a to the balldlag of abot IS 1 u ssntA.mt rA Tice of his party has made him fa-j white progretfiTe Use froip start to tate antll may. wfcea the Kiss eail-..TB crista of the trv was aet kaawaJ tlw sm m. to Oorasaat acttM u til a rw ca4r tacsaJeal fttls at a iar a!J7 tt a rvw are getuaf; fot tn tsrarastKsw. til t ta tOBpHjw ate aa4 mat! P ia n Waaatagfo oSrw O llaauj. t?t. -I C .-fra. tetioa. D C, OSt tit. Fwaa. tylaata Avaea. K VT Diax IUr.'rtaaw a)4 c iaf aatloa as to la I caa Wcnoa a miliar with the science of politics. I fiaitb. Be oa yocr lookout, geatle- edtbe parlUraer.t to aaotaer meetia. Tae lorn U ttouitt to b rord hi The Republicans of the mountain 1 men and brother Republicans, the He appeared at usaat aa coctpHalaei Uraait. counties are enthusiastic la their. Democrats will be pouring mosey muchly, aa said that while they proposal of their aggresiire leader, and whlikey oa Mr. Duac&a's side as needed a good drubbia be had de;idt Mr. Parsons, for the candidacy aad thty did two years ago. Two law- ed to try the effm or klada are confidence that bis nomination yem. aai Democrats, eren came ost stead. He gave tbem a great stf-yj will result in a Republican Tictorr. !oa the rtreets and worked for Mr. abotu plaaa he bad. Bat bit dlda't ' Duncan in r.nliihnrn fA Vl'ivit work worth m. rant If will make heavy galas thts year. tt be had aa elepaaat oa bit) CSSJ-lSeed. Price f 1 perbti. LKW1S B. PATE. hands. Parliament declared pti-lf W TtnWIa tfV re tf t hit would not da a thlag.i N " Ashe County Republican Club. April 25, 1912. !4riSn;jar Loal Coltoa Seed Positively the earliest and largest icldinc aricty. It Dear Sir: I am writing this to nform you that I have always voted j a Democratic ticket, and I have seen so much "rottenness" In the Demo-i cratlc party that I have completely; turned against the Democratic venom Mr. s. G. Parsons Endorsed for Con gress in the Eighth District. At the Ashe County Republican Convention on April 22, 1912, Mr. S n n . laisuus was unanimously' en dorsed for the Republican candidate for the eighth Congressional District His friends of Ashe, as well as a number of other counties, are confi dent that he is the only logical man for the candidacy. For years Mr. Parson's name has been prominent in Republican circles He has a wide acquaintance and there is not a stronger man in West rn .North Carolina. He is tha best ntted man in the Eighth District to make the race against Congressman Doughton in the coming election, and the prospects are that he will gain a ?reat victory for the Republican Party Since the election of 1910 Mr. Par sons has been constantly besieged by a host of friends from various coun ties to accept the nomination and niake the race for Congress. He bas been assured of a solid delegation irom some of the mountain counties as well as other counties, and if he is Leaven Democratic Iarty. Goldsboro, N. C. R. F. D. 2. April tlTely that 1512. DROPSY CURED ern If he required an awl-summer session. Several ot the leadln raeas- UKAI, ANCIENT HISTORY. ber aid lhat nJ- oi tue King an' the nice dinners be! (Continued from ptge 1.) ' r.t:r in the habit ov srvln but that) The French King now saw that he they could not an would not agree DR. JOHN T. PATTERSON and when my system gets right again ; Ci .7 m " nt '." l see a great prospect ror ltePUI-; had been the prime cause ov much ov so!dien. Hundreds or lives were the trouble. But the country wuz 5i"iftrrd. Tlie soldiers finally crac- an wuz goln" fast, tlrally refused to fl'.e the rltlzen. erl- I, . . : , t ... ! restore tae assembly, a shall try a big dose of Republican , . . . , ' ii i r lir jbody; he awlgo abandoned ?nxir or nre. duty an tfae terrjtorial lm tlaa) sy spar ttoa tt4 t t taanag oy rsstat w-e !! , Caaitfiad- Uf asms Is......... Btrwet aaa fla . Tews) aad tuts.. ican victory' because the former dor mant ones will be at the polls this . , . . coin to tn does. lime loetner wun many new cun-,InV. , . . . 4 jfln. .v. .u vertB and vote a straight through; Schools and Colleges D.niiK1tinn I 1r q n I f T AACO- U?UU,,VB" . "1 "I1" .". called by the Kine. The King enter- velt is nominated, I think the He- . . . h.nidin- nn- AAri publicans will be sure to carry North the law.makerg He suggested a ne Carolina this year. inon r v.nnH im i-.a ruin Ann Anything I can do for Republican V. . ,00.ooo.ftOO ' In success I will do. Call on me. n WALTER E. BOND. ed that the protestants b? fujly es. Willow Springs, N. C, April 24, tablishe(1 az a religious sest an' that I their mode ov worship. He iz said An Appeal to True Republicans, and to hev made a speech ov uncomnion Those Who Want Prosperity, to ; length an' filled hit with professions c;et Busy. i ov regard for the people, but at the Dear Caucasian: I have several. ,,luc ",lue U,L iaiU lI111 u times in the past written articles in Az ever. ZEKE niLKINS. your valuable paper, and I again feel like I want to say something In re gard to several things. First, I want every Republican to become active in every way, and that pected hiz orders to go in awl quar- j ters. The members ov parliament ; lately banished had been recalled an" j he probably expected an early agree- i ment to hiz plans. But the mem bers ov the parliament soon con- at once. See that every Republican ! vinced hlm their speeches that tiicj ncic yjuiy x. nic ucgiuum u the fite. Durin a very spirited de- pays his poll-tax at once. Then see that a full delegation goes from the primaries to the County Convention; from there to the State Convention, bate, in which the King took a part, an' which lasted for a whole day, the If r cr o Toa e r Tr"i f I n crtoof o n rroi and from there see that a full dele- " gation goes to the National Conven-! an reea at the eaic De regis- tion, and also see that not a single of them. There are only a few of them left, and "let's bury them be low the clods of terror," for they are not worthy of any attention at all, "referee machine is a member of any after showing themselves as they have shown in the past. Let them go to the Democrats in full if they so de sire, put on a "red shirt" and be no longer a "wolf Jn sheep's attire." To-day the Republican party is composed of some of the best busi ness men, best farmers, professional terecl witnout delay. lhis course wuz promptly objected to by the Duke of Orleans, supposed to be a warm supporter ov the King and hiz plans. The Duke said he regarded the act ov the King az an infringe ment ov the rights ov parliament an' protested that the entire proceedins ov the day be declared null an' void. The King iz said to hev stood in mute astonishment when hiz former hench man came out and opposed him so emphatically. The King soon made hiz way out ov the parliamentary hall an' the Duke of Orleans at once MALARIA headache, biliousness, in digestion, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use ThedfordV Black-Draught the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. thr nrrni Carolina COLLEGE OF AGOICllLTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS The Stale's In.lnMrUl Coll etc. Four-year courses la Agriculture, o Civil. Electrical, and Mechaalcal Knsjceertng; In Industris! Chsmts rv; in Cotton Msnufsctartag sit Uveifag Two-year courses la U banlc Arts and ta Textile Art. On -at course In Agriculture. These t uurses are both practical aad seise 'inc. Examinations for admission ar 'Hd st all county-seats oa July It For catalogue address THE REGISTRAR, Weet RaJHgh. H, C FOR BACKWARD Eiprt tralor g and cart b ipcttaUy traUed tc6en and experienced phytic! tn wao bat de -oted bt. life tolhis wrrk. Horn Inflame. acres of beaadful lawn and woodland tor pleasure trmund t. vottae srttera. alenttr 'pou ted build inra. electric lieat d and tteatn beated. Highly endorsed and rec tin mend rd by i-ritninnt physicians, ministers and pstroos. Baatfal boot muled on application. FsraUak. Ky v. au. c ""'7 moved that az the proceedins had party. This is fully shown in every b(?en interrupted by tne retirement convention I have been in for several Qy tfae Kjng that the entire business years. By your complying with the j QV h d be yoted a2 u . y ld - 111 A. X. - A. i W above, you will see that victory is ours. There never has been brighter hope for Republican victory in this State than is, and soon will be that is, when we meet in Raleigh on May 15 and erect a nice monument over Mr. Duncan & Company's political career, for the people down east are deter mined to seal their fate forever, and I now appeal to the west to co-operate with us. I further appeal to the illiterate voter to refer his memory to that clause in our constitution that was intended to disfranchise our white boys. If it had not been after the white boys it would have stopped at saying: "Whose lineal descendants was allowed to vote in any State prior to 1867." "This killed the nigger," but when they hit on education quali fications they there killed our white boys. Tkere were two young men in my township last election not allowed to register because they could not read and write. I appeal to the old sol dier to recollect those Democratic Congressmen and Senators who vot ed to allow nigger soldiers a dollar per day and never mentioned our old soldiers. I also extend a hearty wel come to all laborers who want good wages and prosperity to reign in all parts of the land to join in witk us and redeem our State from the Truts. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: 44 1 had sick headache, for vMr? I fplt had mnst nf ) J the time, I tried Thed- ford s Black-Draught, and now I feel better than when I was 16 years old.' Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. Insist on Thedford's an this wuz done. The Duke of Or leans knew that the King, Louis, would be back at him an' he wuz not surprised when he got an order the next day directin him to retire to one ov hiz country homes, villas cot terel, about forty miles from Paris, an' to receive no visitor except mem bers ov hiz immediate family. Two When writing advertisers, please other members ov parliament were mention this paper. nnfavM-w it run uutea l-J br tS tn tow days. triTN eattr rtl let i y a Mesa M9 to to 60 days. Write for trUl usa na saw a. a. eaasrs soss. Mm a, actum, aa SirmS ADVERTISEMENT will be found in your favorite agricul f N y tural paper this month. We reproduce It hereX I f to tell you that we have M enz 'Ease and vA "American Boy I S letters also. Gs nominated, and his friends are sure Pay a reosonable tax and again bring that he will be, he will make a tre-our State out of debt. I invite all of tendons fight in the coming election, you to just see how prosperous all the Mr. Parsons is a farmer, a banker, Republican eounties are out of debt, FREE TO Y0IM.1Y SISTER Free to You and Every Sister Suf erlng from Woman's Ailments. I am a woman. 1 know woman's sufferings. 1 bare found the euro. I will mail, free of any charge, xaj sea few Baal with fall instructions to any sufferer fro: woman's ailments. I want to tell aS women abou:' thla cure aa. m-r reader, for Tonrself. you. daughter, your mother, or your s&ter. I want to tell you now to cure yourselves at home with out the help of a doctor. Men eaaaat uxtderstard women's sufferings. What we women know ro.Ti xpsriaocs, we know better than any doctor. 1 know that my'home treatment Is safe and err cure for tiatorTtisei or Whitish tfjtefctrzts. Bletnhoa. Dis flactmtnt o;FslHn of thi Woab, rrofvsa. Setntj or faif.ft triads, U terms ar Orariaa Tunort. or Croslhi; a to cams t head, back and bowtli, bearing down fetltnai, nerrcwtnjv crtepieg fatting op rht spine, SMlaachofy, desire fa cry. (; flasass. vtariaess, kia"ne. and bladder trcobks wkcra eci, : f vtaxnessts peculiar to our sex. MENZ"EA3E- SHOES PIT LIKE A OLOVE. Youll also find them the tnost comfortable every-dy shoes yon ever walked in. And after rem have worn them, several months youll say there iant a shoe that's built any better, stronarer or wears longer. The name on yellow label protects you against imuauoas. Ask for Catalog No. 12 It illustrates all heights Mens "Ease," also the American Boy for boys, an ex act duplicate of theMensMase in quality. I want to send you a complete tea dar'a attrarf fraa to prove to you that you cmi ci.r yourself at borne, easily, quickly wua surely. Remember, that.it arUl east roo pofhmr u. 5?h to contten win' l . .give the treatment a complete trial : and it you WU1 not lnterf pt v"" ' VJ omJ ooua iz cents a wees or less l nan two cents a day. It ffer if yoU JrWOT or occupation. Jest sand aa roar saaa aad addrets, teU me howyoc Pr, by returnnmii tIi11 Bend Top the treatment for your case, entirely free.in plain wrap ffPWtorymSStior i?P 8end.you fret sf east my bopk-"W0H'$ OWI BICAI umar with IQome. ierrwoS whZ woia iffer, and how they can easily cure themselves ?You must Lave Tt, Sii! ,ould, have it;' taid learn to think for bsrttff. Then when the doctor saya femselves with fiSSslT011 decIde for yourself. Thousands of women have cured &Ple home treatment viSk Sfca.? curJe8'11 or,rB. To Mofbara af Daogitars, I will explain a Painful or Irreamlir Kf11 fpeedily and effectually cures Leucorrhoea, Green Sickness and Ite use. egular Menstruatfon la young Ladles, Plumpness and health alwaysrUfrom ! any sufferer thiU thlSSi ,w t?dles of 7.our own locality who know and will gladly ii i Pinmn and rAfcript li,:"V,0, rco". women- a diseases,! ana maares worn en w eu. Dook. Write tr.-rf ' Kn m' our Marast. and the free ten day's treatment Is yonrs, also - UgnEm Box H - - South Bond, Ind.ru. &: A. aT -tk ss the I AW. !c yAJLMJ3?z. 1 I n I i f J 1 One reason XMy Mens p7Eaae and y.i I a m criciii 'tioy shoes give comfort and service they do s found la tne upper leather. For twelve years we have cut Hens "Ease" Special Elk ex clusively. For evenr-day service a . . , Ct . K , .t. ' It nas no ciubj. oun si guv tosuitcr, strong as raw-hide, and if treated right will 'never harden.' "ASK FOR CATALOG NO. 12 containing a sara- 'nle of this wonderful leather. We have deal- Fers all over your state. If we cant refer to one in your town or near you. we can introduce Mens "Ease" and "American Boy shoes direct ! to you from the factory, regular retail price. delivery prepaid. Uenzles Shoe Co. Makers, Detroit, nlch. 3 shoes. Read it and these Cedar Grove. N. C. My 'American Boy ekoea are giving good satisfaction and are all you claim. "Here's to the Stars and Stripes, the Land of our Birth. The 'American Boy' shoes, the best shoes oa earth." ROBERT D. IIUGHBS. Winder. Ga. The Menz "Ease shaes are alright. I put one tap on them and the uppers stared soft and pliable." A. J. SIMS. Xewnan. Ga. "I vnXL say that the Mens 'Ease' shoes are the best for everyday wear 1 ever saw. They are ust as sof i now as they were when I bought them. They are good yet and haven't a ble in them." A. D. ROBERT. TinmonsviHe. S. C. "I bought a pair of Mens 'Ease' shoes for one of my h;nf on the farm, lie uses' them as a plow shoe in the Fall and Winter, the worst season on shoes, and they were perfectly satisfactory in every y. They are all the manufacturers chum for them." V. T. COKLER. TimmonsvuTe. S. G. "Menz 'Ease shoes come fully up to all you claim. They wear well, and are soft and com fortable in every way, in fact. I have never a better sooe. J- wahu. R. F. D. No. . Raleigh. K. C. "I have never worn shoes that gave me b'ter satisfaction, for comfort and hard advice than the Menz 'Ease'. The two pairs of Menz 'Ease' that I have worn in all kinds of weather, in mud and water, remain just as soft and pliant as when I coir men ced wearing them, never have hurt my ftet at all. and I take pleasure iu remrnmendaig Mens 'Ease to anybody that wants a good shoe for com fort and long servic. I consider them to be the best shoes I ever saw." & M. ROWLAND. MENZ "EASE" and "AMERICAN BOY shoes are not guaranteed to give any certain length of service, nor to repell water, and these letters ari only offered as evidence that tney are GOOD shoes worth considering the next time you need an every-day pair. MeFlbeptt IRoseinittlliiaill 129 FAYETTEYILIE, STREET Korth Carolina. THE NORTH CAROLINA State Normal and Industrial College MalanissJ r tt &n re t V Nor a Caaiiaa. ftvs raws sr Csarsn is4tg taDearrtra. Sperlat Csrss tar iacvr frva taitioaio um waa wreUbfWMU(ftla the Stat. Pail Sto Wglat sW4sWv tl. Fp eatalr aal ar tafrs!i 4 diets JUUTS 1 rctTT. rrttUrst. CrrrsaW C Dr. Jsaa P. Stewart, lax IS, Industrial Cbristbo Ccllece. Inc. An ideal tRstltstloa for bey a4 gtrtt. Mifc grade ' oitegtats rora and r.t Oram, mar scbool tn ids Hoatb E:bl nil from rut eoatamiasttom; not a d ranker la et roes maattf; heatttfai aa the soaUia:f. j artssUs ater: Kltrod adraaiaarva and dsn ssaU. van wukk or rr roe- wsy rr fi lwr mation addrvts I'mWffll JOifN W. TTXDAIX. A. H.. LL. D-. Klostoo. N. C East Carolina Tcachcrs, lYaining Sc&col 4 State School to Train Teachers for the Pnblic Schools o! North Urotlaa Every energy is directed to this one purpose. Tuition free to all who agree to teach. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 26, 1911. For catalogue and other information, address Robert H. Wright, President. Greenville, North Carolina. XIRIIIXY COLLEGE 1859 1892 1910-1911 . Xhne.?.la!2rble 4tt9K The Grarttitii of the Charter for Trinity CoBee; tha R,aov. o cr l rtnity. Msejai'icent newbaildines with new eaaiptnstit aad eolsnrs J fscitrtaJ Co-nfortable hrsienlc dormitories sal beautiful pleasant surroaadrntTsT tlo.rCrsdu!te meaU: d,n,iC5 MechQlc CirU.e4 KUctrical Eaarioseriaci Uwi Cdsca For catalorue and other information, address FLOVVERS, SccrctrxDnrluii3. PC c ESTABLISHED 1808 vocation ideal: Equipment amorpassed. of tas Uhrary. ajyoaaaaiam. aad sthlatic field of Triple rruM c .i. Students hsve use attention given to health. A teacher in each dormitory looks aftsr dm Uvtas e4 Wr Fscnlty of colleare rrsduatea. Most modern methods of 'astrvctloa. rsu term opens aeptemoer is. ttsJotroe. For illustrated cat address W. W. PFFI.FJ, Dcaxl master, Darlsia W. C EDO MOT DELAY The Agricultural and nchcrical CoOeoe FOR THE COLORED RACE Will Begin Ilo Foil Term Sep, 1. 111 The ?oaa7 men who prefer soars' in and ladiaaj aaoa the cam pas mast seonre accomrrvodsttons at oaee. as the lissited smssnssS' nsua are betxur raplsly reserved. For cautoc sad otaer iaforsastiaa, address PRESIDENT J. D. DUDLEY, :: :: n Creesbero, . C Special alie in Wateles Send money-order for $10.00 and we will send by return mail a Waltham or Elgin 20 year gold filled watch, fully guaranteed. For $5.50 the same movement in nickel case- Jolly & Wpie Jewefry (Go, EVERYTHING IN JEWELRY 128 Fayetlcilile Strr el. 2C