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Thursday, August 1, 1912.
THIS CAUCASIA2! VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. !Tf'n column I oia u our subscriber ir., wuas k !" trtr Tt o t r:Jj wl'icn. He Otters bort as Vou 'can Bd Uir wiov. Tb editor t- p..rt rp' for lbe v'e" expres in Htun i-obiifcl-l jr fort' In't Favor Third Party jn SaU But Favor ItooMjvelt. yvi. Caucasian: F arm Topics Congrehfdona Committee Ilrrom , altogether. It was a peaca abost the always tts late and b14 Is Ui 4 ?7 , T alte of a waloot with the hall on. aad bhett te& of in topl9 rgrd- jTjgl 11 Cd II (J Ml LA I I Jfl 1T & C,Tf tf alio' me space In your val- j IU meat u as re4 as a tt. i raoe. of all til section, asd la i Another of the old-Une garden d- PIcr the oua who feas das U'ghu that one tldora cosh acroa cioretlii.ii aajr othtr to relit saSer- inrnd $.',000 to Flht the ArrartneM dA u 1150 rsl find pot2-rTo-. sacsAnuj in jujdmb t ouatj dur-; Worm. ; ate, with its crimson eed, so atronr- In the past sixty years has jsoae. j ly acS4 as to "turn" the teeth, la' H serrfr4 through the ilaalcaa The House Committee on Aricul-jwar llm when our mothers wanted aad Civil war, fcaTitg orgaalfed lb lure has recommended an immediate ;to dye anything red, they had only; first company is this county for r appropriation of I-.000 to stop lbe;to ra!d lbe pomegranate bash for the? rice ia the latter war. At the ciote ravages of the army worm ia South-i ms(Hai of hosiilltU- bttn th .tt- n r to make a few remarks. ' ern States. t-ciiary w naon asked i Other tklaRS that have about px- r turned home where, with the ex- led &wav bc.u8 thfv ar old-fashSoa- cettioa of a few teiri &nt In Phr. Iiepresentative Heflin, of Alabama. I ed are the quince. the horse apple' lot, he has since resided here. Dr. c,r(l sua as I i ii i u ft. v. u i . uuut;cii is, . . t . . , ... . t . - -. . v. m i r.r'ii", ' Hinnniiie ra wav n m n vt .ii.t.ut i. . ... . ... . t. . ... . . r r ' ' " hio utomvi.i narnriPM in n rru n n n : wnn hi nave ine i r i&iaj n rf .v-ri nrt . n ni rf-.er r. i ill v in V. n ! told the committee ,v,i-d rartv, ana especially in .Nortn tru- and tried Republican. Has! The committee will try to rush the! - Kident of the United States ( approprIatlon throuKh M-v. n vears. During his admin made a pretty rood cannon ball, t Democratic Senator aad later as Re- while the crah annln wnnld have . publican member of th llmtK In RpCailBO ftf th( Hfttav , f 'n nri.cu ' . ...... . raiion He proved to be an Iron- . 7 " maae a BuDsiuute lor grape Boot. ine: u ne u appomia pcntaiairr. t Ci-tiublican but I can't say that' , .i,1! agricultural appropri-1 maaceouB qUDpe, a big. Irregular; hkh po.ltlon he retaiOKl until ;;tJ;Tof P- pear-haped fruit, wa. famou. for death. J, think all true Itepubllcans ! "'v .hll v' SU'h C"0'lnil-Ulvlng the .mall boy the colic and for ;;;:, , Ca. their vote for Colone. ! r,iB' A r of ,.; Th. PO...O,. and the bu.lneM it as I think he is the noml-! , preserves, wun a coupie 01 sticss 01 nouses m L.umDerton were closed of the Republican party of the j fnitd States. G. W. FORTE. Vadtboro, N. C, July 30, 1912. ing expenses of F. M. Webber, expert entomologist, who has gone South to investigate an outbreak of the army worn on the corn and cotton crops. South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee are the States in which the armv worm si- ready has appeared to an alarming, Mected en Delegate to Chicago degree. The Dilemma. To the Editor: This writer is accustomed to ad-1 varsity; therefore, he no longer seeks The Fall Army Worm, or fxpoct8 it. The army worm tnat B now at I-olitics has got into such a queer j tractIng attention in this State and range of action that even pretended ! parts of South CarolIna is probably honor in connection inerewitn nas Ijoome bashful. The rafHe for the Presidency in lsTG, by making the Supreme Court the cock-dice, was bad enough. Since thn, civic thefts such as aldermen practice have been bad, bold, and nu merous, from Big Bill Tweed and Koot down to the present time, with few penitentiary reflections. ginger put up In it, was the yum yum of all pantry supplies. Charlotte Observer. MARYLAND NAMES DELEGATES. Convention aad Electors. Will Name New No matter how small the town it is j "straight." known as the fall army worm as this name distinguishes it from the ordi nary army worm of the Northern States which appears earlier In the season. The fall army worm is also entirely different from the cotton leaf cater pillar which defoliated cotton all through the Southern States last fall. So much to get our information dow, a stigma to be an alderman. What wonder? It is theft but only Kraft. Tweed got the money and Root ad vised him how to keep it. a his steal in itself. This fall army worm is a cater pillar and when grown will go under ground and transform to a flying moth or miller, emerging after about That was , ten days. The caterpillars usually hatch out Baltimore. Md.. July 25. The Maryland Progressive Republicans assembled here in mass convention and selected sixteen delegates, with half a vote each, and a like number of alternates, to the National Pro gressive. Convention at Chicago Au gust 5th. Resolutions were adopted empowering a committee of seven to select eight Presidential electors in dependent of those named on the reg ular Taft ticket, and declaring that no elector now on the Taft ticket shall be placed on the Progressive ticket unles she first resigns. The significance of this latter clause lies in the fact that six of the present electors on the Republican ticket are Roosevelt men. x during the funeral hour. Th mayor wired t Washington for permission to close the postoflice. Lonisburg College North Carolina ftr Ytmrtjz H'omcn anj girts. Tbwcygh Wo-k ia Ikxka. Sya nttfcetic Tr;Etn to Mrsaer and Moral Pri!je Keiia Tea cht3.' t,d Tfatur. rie.tat IocitHji and S?cou Ground Kite Hta.th Kml Moderate Charge. evt irtfit'D mntvn mi EiQVS SmUJEE Ma. IfiJ. SESli FOR CATAtAHJ. fTHE NORTH CAROLINA Istate Normal and I Industrial College Mt4ti4 tr IV 9ti ta tv r f C-M-fcii,. F'l r m f tfn S-il C Tt tH)- I 1 tf-r W la r,u w w ti J ; far iauMTM j m l.tmtmm 4 illiCl I lOCIT. TtrtHtM. CrtwWa C n. MARY D.IVIS UllA, RrtsiicnX. L AllO, Sf crrUr. L0U1SBUUG, N. C EMPEROR OF JAPAN PASSES. Now, however, we have got Presi-i most abundantly in low grasslands, df-ncies at stake not of colleges, but and as they grow they devour more of ninety million people. The Presi dency is the subject of theftage; and the issue before the people is wheth er theftage shall control us. The Southern pob-holders are al ready humping towards the Demo cratic party natural things for pledging hmnsuckers. In Wake County we should follow our leader to beyond the limit, get together, not name a man for any office who is not for Roosevelt. Nom inate a ticket from top to bottom with no trading proprieties in it; for Roosevelt. Let us have only honest Roosevelt men on the ticket no pol iticians who have blasted and shall blast every cause they espouse. Then we may go down, hut with the honor that can never come through theft age. A. V. DOCKERY. WOMAN KILLS BRUTE HUSBAND. Rank and File in Buncombe For lioosevelt. Hditor Caucasian: I am surprised at any such article as that from Mr. J. E. Spence in your paper of July 18 under head lines "Thinks Mr. Taft Secured the Nomination." Yes, and so do I by a set of high- and more of this vegetation and spread over wider areas. Corn on low lands is subject to severe dam age by them. Although preferring grasses and grains they will also feed on peas, garden crops, etc., if their preferred food is lacking. They are hungry, eat ravenously and grow rapidly, which accounts for their seemingly sudden appearance. They usually disappear quite as suddenly as they come and this disappear ance may be due to their becoming mature and changing to the moth or in some cases it is due to the good work of parastic insects and diseases, predaceous insects and birds which feed upon them. Or both these fac tors together may cause they to dis appear. What Can Be Done? Watch for them in the low grass lands so as to detect them before they attack cultivated crops. When found use Paris green in water at rate of one-half pound to the barrel, keep it thoroughly stirred and spray or sprin kle it on the grass not only where they are, but immediately surround ing. If they are in the corn do the-f same always taking care to poison a little ahead of the worms. Of course stock must not be allowed to lianrtasl rnmmirfoamonth!lt WPT1 f . , . A . . . eat this poisoned grass or corn, at to Chicago for the purpose of dellber- . 4 ately robbing the rank and file of the Republican party of their wishes, as properly and legally expressed for President of this nation that Mr. Spence should know if he has read anything on the action of that body. Now, then, Mr. Spence says Mr. Roosevelt has no claims upon the Republican party. What is he trying to destroy? I agree with Mr. Spence as to the first paragraph no man has any claim on the Republican par ty but the Republican party has claims on the men of their party that has the courage and backbone to stand for the principles in Interest of his party as demanded by the masses thereof. Such is Theodore Roosevelt. And for this Mr. Spence thinks Mr. Rooesvelt is trying to destroy the Re publican party. Well, if the Repub lican party cannot exist without a machine ring that has no respect for the wishes of the people, let it be de stroyed, the sooner the better, and I never voted the Democrat ticket in my life or any of my ancestors or Vinsmans. Can Mr. Spence so say? Now when Roosevelt turned over this government to Mr. Taft, he did so with the strongest Republican ma jority, and the nation in the best hape la history. Possibly Roosevelt should have taid out of this fight and left Taft and his machine gone down with their own defaults and four years hence we would come up a party of th people, for the people, and by the ople, and not by a little machine of bosses riding, ruling and ruining hi total disregard of the public wishes-as the Taft machine has heen run as far as I have observed. You may take Western North Caro lina over and the Taft men you will find is from fourth class postmasters up to the pie counter brigade, while the rank and file of Republicans are for Roosevelt and will vote for him in November. Talk about gratifying the ambitions of Theodore Roosevelt, Koosevelt candidacy has been de manded by the public masses, while Taft is by a machine, backed by the Pe counter brigade. COLUMBUS JENKINS. Buncombe County. Cause of Tragedy in Mecklenburg is Linked With a Very Repulsive Story. Charlotte ,N. C, Dispatch, July 26. Charging that her husband had threatened to kill her often and that he committed unspeakable wrongs against her daughter, Mrs. V. J. Hart sell, wife of a farmer, this morning killed Hartsell by shooting him twice with a pistol and to-night is lying in jail on a charge of murder. After firing into 'his body, Mrs. Hartsell is said to have used an axe in beating her husband to death. The story that she tells is too horrible for print. The woman to-day, in her cell, charged her husband with the fatherhood of her daughter's two children and yesterday a terrible quarrel is said to have taken place, resulting in Hartsell's threat to kill his wife. This morning the quarrel was renewed and Mrs. Hartsell says she shot Hartsell while he was ad vancing upon her. The prisoner de clares that she did her best to cover up the relations between her daughter and husband. The homicide occur red near the Catawba River, near Hopewell Church. least not until after one or more heavy rains have fallen. If you can not spray or sprinkle, then mix Paris green with dry lime or land-plaster at rafe of 1 ounce to the pound and dust it from a sack or tight can which is punched with fine holes like a pepper castor. What else? A drag or roller drawn over the infested grass lands will crush many of them, though it is by no means a perfect remedy, especial ly if the ground is rough. Anything more? If they are mov ing crawling along in "armyjfash ion" a deep furrow plowed ahead of them will cause them to accumulate in the bottom and a log dragged lengthwise in this furrow will crush them. Wrhen these worms appear in the numbers that they sometimes do, and do tffe full extent of damage they are capable of, it is well worth while to put every hand on the place to work with them for a day or two. For tunately the duration of their attack is short. This is not a new pest, it is a na tive, the moths are plentiful every year, but it is only in occasional years that the season favors their appear ance in such numbers. One thing more. Last winter was unusualy cold. Many persons rea soned that insect pests would be scarce this season, but complaints at this office have been far above norm al, both in number and variety. There are only a very few (if any) of the insect pests of this State that are no ticeably reduced in number by such winters as we ever experience. I warned farmers against that mistak en Idea at many Fanners' Institutes last winter. PRANK SHERMAN, JR., Entomologist, State Department of Agriculture, Raleigh, N. C. Dr. Richard M. Norment Dead. Lumberton, N. C, July 30 Dr. Richard M. Norment, Lumberton's oldest citizen, died this morning at 2 o'clock after an illness extending over a year, most of which time he had been confined to his home. Dr. Norment was born in or near Charlotte, February 1, 1829. He came to Lumberton sixty years ago and has spent most of that time here, Wa One of the Itet Rulers That Country Ever Had HI Adminis tration Had Worked Wonder for Ills Country Succeeded by HI Son. Tokio, July 29 Mutshuito, the 121st emperor of Japan, and probab ly the greatest man the Isle of Nip pon ever produced, died at forty three minutes past midnight this morning. The ailment which killed him was acute nephritis, and when the end came he had been uncon scious for twenty-four hours. Yoshihito, crown prince of Japan, automatically became emperor on his father's death and was at once pro claimed through the streets as the ruling mikado but will not be crown ed for several months, until the mourning period has passed, the length to be decreed by the older statesmen. Or fcdiAVItJX. IA in ira is jmu, 4uriaa ts-ar il&s, is s Gottracasat toJUm or to til a r 1 ;oaibic tc&aicJ posUloa at a larrt J r salary it. yoa arw aow gut&& Tor fall tafortaatloa. All oat Ukm i.upoi bslow aid Ball tt to oar the state? imyrmaL comtt -viUtoi ofict Four-year courses in Ajmeu'ture; ia ! D- Hauler. Sapt. -I. a a." TTul Civil, Electrical, and Mtchinica. Kn-1 tac'oa. D. C. OSSee Clt. Isa JsssiB-v,i.l."i'?i;.bj tr?"?s?i-'-i " . TEE SQtTM CAIOUAt CCLLIXC l AGRlCULTlHt AND UECMAKI: ATS Two-year courses in Mechanic Arts sna in Textile Art One-y ar md Two-year course in Agriculture These courses are loth practical sod scientific Ex aminations for admission are held bv the County Superintendent at all county seats on July 11th. For catalog address THE REGISTRAR, West Raleigh, N.C. Oiar Sir: P1 m4 ta la fer ns Uo a aa to bow caa bcone a (a vatta mi' loa) by spars tttaa tu4y wfaoal ttavlBf my prwseat work ait) aaa 4uail4. 4 j asms la 4trt aad No Towa aad fttat WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL WARRENTON. NORTH CAROLINA. Court of t J required for rrnunc of ct l lt yS1 - unit in the I t of ccrcdnrd 1kkU of I hut Varttty, ptl I-acuity . All t'Oirdmi pupilt uudrr th M jmrdi ,ir jx-r 4 i o4 lt lriac,t. Separate dorm lory lo gul. hh tiprniM fo rr, llJi For Catalogue address. JOUS GRAHAM. Wncipal BUJE'S CREEK ACADEMY and BUSINESS COLLEGE Prepares for College, University, or Uutiness S3cctal teachers in Charge of Elo- rtililin Art TolwrrflriKv Ttucin... Vl..; m. t . . r. a. 1 1 ... .4 VniiA Lnder the reign of the late mikado strong Faculty of christian men and women. Good boarding arrangement. Japan underwent almost miraculous with dormitory for girls. changes. From the very first he dis- 506 Students hst year, representing G5 counties, C States, and Cuba, played intuitive genius in fashioning HSne of the greatest schools in theState." Gov. R. B. Glenn, the political affairs of his people and your 6chool Is doing a blessed work." Hon. J. Y. Joyner. m forging out the destiny of his em- it is doing a high quality of work." President Alderman. pir- "In many respects the best Acad eray in North Carolina." Rev. B. W. So deeply did he impress his own1 Spilman countrymen, that they have almost -One 'of our greatest school.-Judgo Pritcbard. with one accord, proclaimed him the t- . A. . . greatest man of generation, and some i 1"-? Inf addr ss nf thpm prn an tar aa t n cav f all CAMPBELL, PfllNCIPAL, - - BUTE'S CREEK. N. C time. His Tenth Marriage License. Patrick Ramsey, an aged colored man, was here Saturday and bought his tenth marriage license for the same woman, Eliza Tilman. He was very hopeful, but when seen by Reg ister of Deeds Johnson later he stat ed that he had been turned down again by the same woman. This time the little spark of love flickered for a moment and then went out. The old man is despondent but says he shall go on bis way and reach heaven in single harness if he can. The in difference of the opposite sex has a trying effect on the old man. Wadesboro Ansonian. PILES CURED AT HOME BY : NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. : If yoa suffer from bleeding itching, blind or protruding Piles, send me your addres ! and I will tell yoa bow to ears yourself st ; borne by the new absorption treatment; and ; will also send some of this borne ticstment free for- trial, with reference from your own locality if requested Immediate re lief and permanent cure assured. Send no money, but teU others of this offer. Write today to Mrs, U. Summers. Box P, Kotxa Dame, Ind. The Agriculture and Mechanical College for the Negro Race. Open all the year. For males only. Strong Faculty. Three well equipped departments-Agriculture. Mechan ical and Academic. Board, Lodging and Tuition $7.$9 per month. For Catalog or free Tuition, write PRESIDENT DUDLEY, GREENSBORO, N. C EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL A State school to train teachers for the public schools of North Carolina. Every energy is directed to this one purpose. Tuition free to all who agree to teach. Fall Term begins September 24. 1912. For catalogue and other information address ROBT. H. WRIGHT, Pres., Greenville, N. C Former Products of the Farm That Are Now Almost Extinct Speaking of peaches, what has be come of the slick peach and the In dian peach? The former variety is quite rare now, and goes by the fash ionable name of nectarine. The In dian peach seems . to have vanished IF YOU HAVE WOOL mi to sell for cash or exchange for blankets, ship it to Chatham Mfg. Co., Elian, N. C They will treat you right. MEREDITH COLLEGE One of the few collere for vomti n the South that confers sa A.B. dtm reprentlnR four yar of genuine coHge work according to the stansrd .f t. colKa belonging to the Association of CoUg of the Sooth.rm tata Diploma, ar awarded those who complete the course Is the Schools sf Rota tion, Art. and Music. Library facilities excellent. Systematic training tn Physical Education. Courts for tennis aad baak.t-bsIL 15oard snd furnished room in Mala Building, beat. light, literary tuition, fees for physician and nurse, and all minor fees im l; la Cast BuUdi&g sad Cotta-. from 147 to 157 less, --m-rm. MEREDITH ACADEMY 4 Students not offering the necessary units for entrance may prepare Is Meredith Academy, which is rated la the A-Claa of the accredited schools of the State Uai- versity. Both the College and the Academy re located !a the center of llalefgh. mr the Capitol snd leading ehurchea, so that tudeats h raaay opportsattles foe gesersJ culture. In addition to their regular work. Kse Catalogs. Qsartsrly "riTe. s l nun uuwmuifD, WIOITM EL T. VANN, President, XIALISGZIeN C Educational Directory. 073 TO 090 Pays Board. Tuition and Room Rent at HfcHBlfl KT1 nOTATfiP "A rret school--Heibt C Moore. Editor Biblical Recorder. IT lili1 HUiUllQuK! I magnmcent chooL"-Chrity snd CbUdren. A iULIlLrlffilVrl w A 'ideally locsted.M-CleTelnd Star. "Boarding system unique. -C W. Psyseur, Psstor of Lawnoals for the entire session of snd New Betnal Baptist churches nine months ' Th sest ss4 cSeasest Sctesl la at State -E. M. Kooace. member of Session opens August 6th. the Legislature of North Carolina. For Illustrated Catalog, wirte to W. D. BURNS, Lawadale, CXevelsusS Coaaty. H. C. FOUNDED 1838 CHARTED 1859 TRINITY COLLEGE ITS STRENGTH LIES 'IN ... A T ARGE; WELL-TRAINED FACULTY: EXCELLENT BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT: FULL, WELL-ARRANGED COURSES: EARNEST, HIGH- t MINDED STUlittJNTS; A UAtLUtC SLVtU LWIAb tSUUX Ur AL.UMJNI APiU OF ACHIEVEMENT AND SERVICE. Next Session begins September 11. 1912. For Catalogvm and Illustrated Booklet, address R. L. FLOWERS, Secretary, Durham, North Carolina 2C Special Value ii Wattes 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- My fi Wpie. Jewelry Go. EVER YTHING IN JEWELR Y 128 Fayette?! k Strrtl. 3C