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rhurxiay, May 2, 1912.
THE CAUCASIAN rrhe Caucasian j iM) RALEIGH ENTERPRISE. i rTuJHKh. . C, April 23, 1912. I loca 'Matters. V'ak- County made 46,000 bales ham; II. Jasper Downing, Rock? Mount; J. If. Short, Rocky Mount; G. T. Powell, Raleigh; L. Lee Green. Spring Hope; B. A. Keel. Durham; A. Sidney Harris, Spring Hope. R. F. D. 1; E. F. Moore, Benson; D. C. j Tharrington. Loulsburg; J. H. Mox-j ing Dudley, R. F. D.; Jas. S. Man-j gum. Wake Forest; W. H. Hester,! Wendell; A. H. Gross. Swan Station; j Mark Parker, Seaboard; Paul B. Key-! sr. Rocky Mount; James S. Grant.! Jackson. 1 LEE COUNTY HOLD COXTEOTIO. f f mtton this season, and led Wayne.! THE WAKE PRIMARY LAW. j !v j, h etands second in the p-oint of j . s - 1 AAA : ,... .i..r, nii.r 1 000 haiPS : !- m ivtll If . tr.M .1 t-i tj .-(jCUriiuii, ! " j 11 iinu uic irttv 2ml j I cnsoruoT Kitchin has ordered a rdy in Jane. 1 f ... :a! frm of civil court for Wash-j As the readers of The Caucasian, li'.t r, ounty. to begin June 24th. 'will remember, the Democratic raem- j oritinue for two weeks, with bers of the Leglsiatsre two years ago ? fj.dir- f; S. Ferguson presiding. (succeeded in having a legalized prl-1 ! -r. n ? Fairbanks, from the i mar' Iaw Pad to apply only to I !r of Roads. United States De-ake County, providing for both par- it -,nt of Agriculture, was in thejt,es to into the same primary to K' Tuesday, and in? -ected over fifty ! choe their candidates, committees,; f, '.-- of road in Wake County. ! etc- few Republicans have ex-j I i pressed a willingness to rn intn thS 1 m the case of J. A. Tant vs. Nor-; primary while many are opposed toj tf.lk Southern itauroaa. wnicu j participating in the primary and fa-ftn-d in the Wake Superior Courtj VOrf holding a mass meeting and en- s,t week, tne jury reuuereu eruu;i j dorsing candidates independent of the I awarding the plaintiff damage to the primary. The following from the of $2,500. j Raleigh Times gives the most impor- f Keuben Combs, who escaped from! tant features of the primary law: lthe State's Prison March 25th, wasj "With the election of Mr. Percy J. j captured in Franklin Saturday and j 01iv a schairman of the Wake Coun I , back to Raleigh. He was!ty Democratic Executive Committee Het Convention In HUtory of the County Entire IMrgstioa for Mo reread and Batter. (Special to The Caucasian.) San ford. N. C. May 1, 1912. The Republicans of Lee County held their County Convention on April 27th and we had the best con vention in the history of Lee Coun ty. J. F. McPhail was chairman, and J. F. Makepeace and S. H. Rauser were our secretaries. We passed no Instructions, hot our people are to continue Hon. J. M. Morehead aa our Chairman and to en dorse his administration. We are to a man for the Hon. Marion Butler for our next National Committeeman, and will rote Lee's six votes that way. Our delegates are Hon. A. W. Wick er, W. O. Coggins, Orlando Chiistee, Isbun Rauser. John M. Leslie, and Dr. I. H. Lutterloh. Alternates are Fletcher Lloyd. L. C. Buchanan, George Gilliam, F. M. McDnffie, R. E. Michael bach, and J. N. Mitchel. The same delgeates will go to the State, Congressional and Senatorial Conventions. )t.-ntenced for a term of thirty years from Iredell County for killing his I ife. I I Mr. H. L. Church, a prominent I voung man of Goldsboro, his little I daughter and little Richard Peareal, 1 also of Goldsboro, have arrived in the fcifv to take the Pasteur treatment f an dthe announcement of several can didates for the Legislature, Interest in the primary electio nto be held in ! Wake County one month from tomor row has increased. From a careful reading of the primary act it is seen that only legislative and State officers are nominated in June, the county Or COUrt-hoilSP nffirr hotnir nnml.l . . - , v w w SU-t I ir uit- uiit- a w6 uul,"bjnated in August. the oast week. "Both political parties must noml- Comrade William Spence died Sun-I nate officers in these primaries. The dav afternoon at the Soldiers' Home; principal features of the act follows: and his remains were taken to Dunn lor burial. He was eighty-five years The Chamber of Commerce has Is sued ten thousand copies of a book ie t which contains important infor- for delegates and other vis- The Two Primories. of ace, and came to the Home from feection I. AH nominations for I Harnett County. He was a member j State offices, members of Congress, of Company I, Thirty-first Regiment. I Judicial offices and solicitor and mem-! Ders or the General Assembly, and ! all elections of delegates to county! I conventions and precinct committee- j men shall be determined at a pri- j mation tor delegates ana oiner is- marv tn h( hirt nn tho firct sot.J J itors to Raleigh. Copies of this ; in June preCeding the general elec-! !,ooklet will be given all the dele-itlon for gaid officeSf respectively. i tat s to all the conventions here this .gec 3 AU nominatIons for coun. ; 1 t;ir- ' ty and township officers shall be madej I Cdvcrnor Kitchin on last Saturday j the last Saturday In August preced- I j minted pardons to Ila Harris, who ling the general election for said of-1 j was convicted in the Recorder's court! rices.' ! j of Stanly County last February of as-j Must File Notices. ' fsault and affray; also to Primus j " j j hambliss. convicted in Northamp- j "Candidates must file with the reg-; It County, in August. 1911, of lar-'5ster of dee(3 at least ten days be-! 1 A ja ; ! fore the nrimarv writtpn nntios nf ' fftnv. ana senienceu 10 tvc? jems m , - - the penitentiary. : their intention to be candidates, stat- mg ior wnar nomination ana at tne Death of Mr. William K. Monor. j hands' of what party. Secret Voting in Raleigh. "The Australian or secret ballot is I Mr. William rJ. Manor, 01 warnson- j burp. Va., formerly of Raleigh, died suddenly at his home in Harrison I burs, Tuesday. He was fifty-one years also provided for in the primary, the voters to be 'screened from all ob- old. His wife, who was Miss Blanche: servations as to the manner in which Blake, of Raleigh, with two children, survive him. 1 Mr. William E. Marshall Dead. Mr. William E. Marshall, son of I Mr. W. F. Marshall, died in Birming- I ham. Ala., Monday afternoon of ty- phoid fever, and his remains were f brought to the city yesterday. The I funeral services were conducted from I the First Baptist Church at 3:30 and I the interment was in Oakwood Ceme tery. Mr. Marshall was twenty-four years of age, was born and reared in Gas tonia, N. C, and moved with father to Raleigh a few years ago. FEDERAL JURORS DRAWN. List Which Has Been Selected to Serve at May Term of Court. Following is a list of the jurors drawn for the May term of Federal court which will meet in Raleigh on j the 20th of this month: J. A, Mitch- ;ner. Franklinton; F. L. B. Rause, Seven Springs; Will B. Cameron, Car- I thaire: William Cozart. Morrisvllle, J R. F. D. 2: James Amos, Henderson; j Robert Morgan. Raleigh, R. F. D. 5; 1 T- H. Knight, Chalybeate Springs; A. 1 M. Watkins, Oxford; John S. Gard ner. Fuouay Springs, R. F. D.; E. S. rheek, Raleigh; J .Wesley Seawell, Cartha?e, R. F. D.; Ed. S. Edmund in. Willow Springs, R. F. D.; E. L. lipree. Tarboro. R. F. D. : T. L. Per- ?n. Fremont; G. Fetzer Lentz, El- i ?,;rbe: Wm F. Tenner "RneVv Triint- j vt.uwiv, IV. o. ilCM- ,;ing. Franklinton, R. F. D.; H. Clay I Strickland, Rocky Mount, R. F. D.; Tohn Elliott. Rockingham; J. P. 1 rovn. Georee: J. E. Mav T.n-i they prepare their ballots, Voters shall be free from molestation on the part of persons about the poles.' These conditions shall not obtain out side of Raleigh Township, however, unless ordered by the County Board of Elections. At the Polls. - No electioneering shall be done! within twenty feet of any polling place on election day. Each political party shall be entitled to two repre sentatives at each polling place, ap pointed by the judge of the precinct. No liquor shall be sold or given away at the polls, and for violating this provision any party found guilty shall be fined $1,000. As to Expenses. "Candidates must file with the reg ister of deeds ten days before and again ten days after the holding of the primary an itemized statement of expenses, moneys received from ev ery source, etc. The penalty for vio lation is $200." Free School Sytesn Now Co a ducted a a Part of the Democratic Ma chine. (Justice, in Union Republican.) Mr. Editor: In last week's issue of The Republican some one signing himself "The Truth" takes up. what I said a few issues back in illustrating the fact that our free school system is nothing more nor less than a part of the Democratic machine. He says: "Every district in Ab bott's Creek Township has at least one committeeman wh ohas children of school age that went to school last winter." My information is that in District No. 2, of Abbott's Creek that Julius Stafford, Garfield Marshall and Armenius McKaukhn comprise the school committee. Julius Stafford has no children of school age, Arme nius McKaughn lives in the Macey Grove Dictrict and Garfield Marshall has one child some six or seven years old. Thus in order to get all Demo crats, if my information is correct, the School Board actually went out side of the district and appointed Mr. McKaughn, there being only three straight Democrats in that district, as follows: Julius Stafford, his son Harvey Stafford, and Garfield Mar shall. If this is not correct, let the party signing himself "The Truth" correct it. But if this is not to keep the schools in the hands of the Demo crats, why not appoint three Republi cans who patronize this school as its committee, such men as Dug. Shields; who sends five or six children to this school? Again, if this is not done to help the Democratic machine, I would ask why was Mr. Joe Phipps dropped from the school committee and a Democrat put in his place? Again, I would ask if there is no politics in the schools, why Miss Cora Shields, who is the daughter of a Re publican, was given this school last year when Mr. Joe Phipps, a Repub lican, was one of the trustees and the school was give nto Victor Hedge cock, a Democrat, this year, after Mr. Phipps had been dropped from the committee? When your correspondent has an swered and explained the above ques tions and conditions, then it will be time enough to notice the other mat ters mentioned in his letter. MR, WALKER ISSUES STATEMENT. States That Forty-Two Counties Have Held Conventions and 550 Dele gates Instructed for Colonel Roo sevelt. Up to to-day, April 30th, forty-two counties out of a total of one hun dred, have held conventions and dele gates chosen. Five hundred fifty-six 63-100 delegates of a total of eleven hundred and twenty-five have been instructed for Theodore Roosevelt, and 68 37-100 are uninstructed. Of the uninstructed delegates, 21 37-100 Grange; T. C. Howell, Oxford; J. K. j are understood to be for PresIdent ssoms, Fuquay Springs; George R. S T T I nu?hes, Henderson; E. L. Sum 1 merell. Lillington; T. B. Holt, Holly I springs; June Clements, Alston; H. j W. Johnson, Siler City. R. F. D.; j Cleveland Xorris, Durham; George S. i Edwards, Rocky Mount; Richard I. I Riggan, Littleton; William T. White, Roxboro, R. F. D. 2; Hampton Stand f erry, Littleton; C. E. Gill, Wake I forest; George I. Standi, Kenly; I !,f? C- Alston, Odell; John McKeil, vxson; Charles Boykin, Simms; I John B. Hall, Lemon Springs; John Carlton, Durham; R. w. Currin, Wrd; John M. Harrington, Jones- Taft and the balance for Roosevelt. Reports from fifty-eight counties yet to hold conventions indicate that the vote for Roosevelt will be as strong, if not stronger, than that of the con ventions already held. Eleven coun ties will hold conventions this week, and it is believed that every one of them will instruct for Roosevelt. ZEB V. WALSER, Chairman North Carolina Roosevelt Organization. , Lexington, N. C, April 30, 1912 Call for Republican Congressional Convention of the Fourth District. The Republican Congressional Con vention of the Fourth Congressional District of North Carolina, by direc tion of the Congressional Committee of said District, is hereby called to meet in the city of Raleigh, on the 14th day of May, 1912, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing two delegates and two alternates to repre sent said District in the Republican National Convention, which meets in the city of Chicago, on June 18, 1912, an dthe election of a chairman and members of the District Committee, and to nominate a candidate for Con giess and elector for said District, and to transact such other business as may properly come before said Con vention. By order of the Executive Commit tee. J. W. HARDEN, Chairman. This April 27, 1912. OXLY A FIRE HERO but the crowd cheered, as. with bsna ed hands, he held xtp a sisal 1 round box: "Ftl.'oi! he tmoate. nhU Baeklea't Arnica Salve I bold. everything heat for barns." Right! also for boils, nlerra. tore, pissp!. ecxema, coti. sprains, brat?. Sar et cure. It subdoe inSammaatioc. kills pain. Only 2S cenu at all druggist. hams' mrrxiox. NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD Route of the "NIGHT EXPRESS" Travel vU Raleigh (Union Station) and Norfolk Southern Railroad, to and from all point in Eastern North Carolina. Buffet, Parlor and Sleeping Car between Italeigh and Norfolk. Schedule in effect March 3rd. N. B. The following schedule' fig ures are published as information ONLY an dare not guaranteed. Train Leave Raleigh 9:15 p. m -Dally "Night Ex press." Pullman Sleepltg car for Norfolk. 6:00 a. m. Daily For Wilson, Washington, and Norfolk Broiler Parlor Car Service between Raleigh and Norfolk. j 6:00 a. m. Daily except Sunday for New Bern via Chocowinity. Par lor Car Service. j 2:40 p. m. Daily except Sunday for Washington. J Mac. Ca May T-O. I IS Very Lxm Ii4 Trip Fare VU Hotfc era Railway. Accocrsi the above occasion the Southern Railway will tell very lo rosed trip ticket to Msnoa. Ga, s4 return as follows: Froa Goidsboro ff, IS Selma t.TS nju& i, jo Durham t.S Henderson .3S Oxford t.U Chapel Hill l ift BurJincton I SO Rates will be on salt May &th, tb. 7th. and tth. itb final return limit May Uth. or if you prefer to stay longer, by depositing yoar tick et and paying a fee of SO cents, you can have tnal limit extended until June 6. 112. Liberal stop-overs will a!o be per mitted on these ticket. For detailed Information, apply to any Southern Railway agent or the undersigned. J. O. JONES. T. P. A.. Raleigh. N. C. Raleigh & Soutbport Ry. Co THE MARKETS RiMzicm ciittox YtOTiaisnr. IQs&tei If !Urta A C&) Goo 4ttl44ns ...........II SitUt &!d4Itc .....It MMdUat tU. Low gr4 c t fc. R fts jr:rrT . .1 bales. RALEIGH m5t VC UARSCT. Ob tier ..StOtft Lard 1 t Has ....Ht- M ... 490 iriet ers IIQIIt eei potau l M Cr . . . ... . .. . lift TIME TABLE 8TaTKa Trains Arrive Raleigh 7:20 a. m. Daily. 11:20 a. m.s daily except Sunday, and 8:30 p. m.' daily. Buffet Parlor Car Service on 8:30 p. m. train from Norfolk. Trains Leave Goldsboro 10:15 p. m. Daily. "Night Ex press" Pullman Slepeing Car for Norfolk via New Bern. 7:10 a. m. Daily For Beaufort and Norfolk Parlor Car between Washington and Norfolk. 3:10 p. m. Daily for New Bern, Oriental and Beaufort. Parlor Car Service. For further information and reser vation of Pullman Slepeing Car space, apply to D. V. Conn, General Agent, or A. L. Currle, City Ticket Agent, Yarborough Hotel Building, Raleigh, N. C. W. W. CROXTON, General Passenger Agent. W. B. HUDSON, Gen'l Supt., NORFOLK, VA. L . atora LvCai L at.Oir..... 1 w Willow Serb .. Ltr Vria L Foquar Sart L Chif twat L KtpHn ......... i- lap Fmr l. Liliincroo L Harnft L Hun)- Lw U'xton L Ln L Skicuirib ...... .. Ar tMtvU OtnHMUKD tU.m Ka. N. a at r. M. r m i l u to i a U IO 7 CfS 12 IU 7 9 04 1 nt 7 r 14 t It 7 l 9 tt 2 W nt t 40 f tt M U t 44 I V' tu in 10 t oi i aa i' u i i s io a ii 1 4 l" m tit n 10 ta i o 11 1 4 Of A.UP.U. P M W'tm wrltiag a4vsrUers mention this paper. For Sale Cfczcp A 3niraTr National Cash Reg ister, in cood condition. Original cost t475. Ko reasonable offer refused. For description and price address, H. E. Pn Box 237, Green sboro, N. C tMllTHEIUI RJULU At UNITED CONFEDERATE VETER i ANS REUNION. MACON, G A. Extremely Iaw Fares Via NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. Tickets on Sale May 5, (J, 7. and 8 1912. Norfolk $11.95 Elizabeth City 11.9f Hertford 11.6C- Edenton 11.35 Plymouth 10.95 Washington 10.40 New Bern V 10.4f Beaufort 11.30 Klnston 9.75 Greensville ' 10.20 Wilson 9.25 Rates in same proportion from other stations. Final limit May 15, 1912, unless ticket Is deposited with Special Agent and spon payment of fifty cents, when extension to Jane 5th will be granted. Ask agents for detailed Informa tion. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent. B. L. BUBB. Traffic Ma taper. (To May 5th.) STAT1UN8 !- F-it wi.. . . .. L un b - .... I.v Lar L Ltrwlrn - ... 1 'unU-v! ..... L Harrte t . . ...... I. Ltilirirm ... ... I.v Cv F-mr I. Kip Ins Lv 'hn'ybte I.v Fuq-ijr Her t.KB. Lv Vnrlna Lv Wiow Serin.. Lv MrCol rm I.v rrklth Ar RalelKh AM . i p j S 10 1 I ! 8 I S U 1 U C P 45 1 D ( f. I t (A 1 hi f it 9 01 1 i ' 9 11 7 f (2i 9 H- t i 5 28 t U 41 55 2 V )U' ! I4( 7 f U ! tU 7 14 1C r S ((3 7 V lft n I IS 1 41 in M t sr. t If. 5. S Si a A. M. ! y f M Tr h ill fet on 4r! I rM ir j elire pu r" t Mm n i 4r.f . avt j ob tmt b : 8Nla. ttaraaa. B I M.na . fial. Craa. rtrr' Ft d i SEABOARD AIR LINE He hrdul F.frlv Ajtll 9. 191 1. ratn l.r Ralataii IMr. ct Mm attb lnuMt Imtlf aarrlcatotrt tbroacb Atlanta. Hlrrologbaia aj i flH IRK orT So ! ... ISSam a. S9 Ar .. ia a te Na 4t OK p.m. No. Q 00 .m. rOM Til SfMIt-. 4 .... itiaa. o. a .... IlJa.aT. no. cs iixfto-v. N. SD t p.u . for W. doc. For rten. eh3nt tm taM aoo ait tber InfnrasauoD oralredarpl to J P. Mttet '11. Paaaeefcr a&d Ticket Axes l Ttlfpfcmt vo in Not ics. A bov wbdalf fbbY)ot a ofonrai ed a niitv H LK RD r(vii.ee Paa. Aa. No 4 Mmn't t.. Tar H. lwi tvr VofH ttrate P iHl 1 Wbtn writing adrertisers. ptsss mention this paper. 1 IHrvrt Dm to Alt rvtsi MMtth, Kst, U'sst ftiKiiHl Trip IUts to All IVUcipaJ RMrua. Tbrvugb PttHtnsa to Ailasta, Kslsigb 4 04 p m.. arrifss At lanta t Xi a. a., asking closs cs sction for and srrlTlag at ItooU gomri following day aftsr laarlag Haltlgh. 11 a.m.. atobils It p New Or leant t.20 p.m., Illrtnliigbaia IX. 15 0000. Mum phis. 1. 01 p. ta., Ksnss City. 11.20 a.m. ssrood day. and connecting for all other points This car alto makes close coonectloi at Salisbury for St Louis aod otter Western points. Through Pullman to Watblngtoe leaves Raleigh 60 p i& . rri.ee Washing-ton 8.SS am.. Baltimore. K'.t)2 a m.. Pblladtlpbla 12 XI ntio New York 2.11 p.m. Tble car tui close connection at Washington for 7.40 p m.. making does connectloi Pittsburg. Chicago, snd all other points North snd West, atid at Greensboro for through Touriet Sleeper for California pot&u. and for all Florida points Through Psrlor Car tor Asheville testes Goldsboro at .41 am, Ra leigh, ..35 a.m., arrives Asheville with the Carolina Special snd erriv lng Cincinnati 10 a.m. following day after leaving Raleigh, with closs von. nection for all points North id Northwest Pullmsn for Wlnstoa-Sslem leaves Raltigh 2 20 a.m.. arrives Orseae boro C.30 a.m.. msklng close conaeo Uon at Greensboro for all potstt Nerth. Soutn. East and Wsst T'.ie car Is handled 01 train n. 1 1 1. leaving Goldsboro a )u 15 t, m If yoo desire mnj lnfro..tt.at pleas writs or csJL We are br 10 furnish InfernaUoB as well as to eU T. P. A. 21S. fayettevllls SLjstatai Uckebm. 7. H. PARKELL, T P. A 21S rayettsTllle CL. XlsJs!h. S C H. T. CART. Otiml Psswsss Arat. Wasatsjtea. a C ITAXTKIi. Position by yoss married man. aged 22. at trocar? er hardware clerk; three years ezperV nee; csn furnish best of referesce food reason for wishing to make ehsnge; only those looking for elass man answer this advertise? Apply to Lock Drawer 122. R"Ba Rspld. North Carol! 2 a Easier to Get Liquor Than Pure Ice Cream. The Greensboro Record ( Demo cratic ( la fr tn uav- "Sounds strange, but it's true; it's j easier to get ilquor in this town than j pure cream or even a base imitation." i What's the matter down that way with those whose duty it is to enforce the law and those who voted to up hold it by precept and example? Union Republican. '1 - (4(S4l) XV , (r' Harrison and Fred Hayden, of Polk Countv. charced with the murder of ro, R. F. D. 2: C. R. Ballard ManJ l?rd Hill nf said pnnntv. wr trfpd I B. F. Martin i ais. ti. ! - n.,u 1 . j unic, juuu .ii ruifi. Vyuuui; tu ui 1 liisi wee& tuu convicted of murder in the second degree as to the former, and an as sault with deadly weapon as to the latter. R;,cerd' Rale; Zack Long, H7 Fk; C- H' Kel' Hamlet w?n House' Scotland; Phil B. I SmUh Kittrell; T. B. Fuller, Dur- Judge Kills Wife and Self. , Alpharetta, Ga., April 26. Side by side the bodies of Judge Edwards Robertson and his wife, whom he shot and killed just before commit- ting suicide, were buried here to-day. Persons from all the surrounding country were present at the double funeral. They leave foar small chil dren. The tragedy is aid to have been caused by jealousy. , , , 4 .N