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v..Iav. Aupust S, 1912.
ii'"" THE CAUCASIA!! The Caucasian RALEIGH ENTERPRISE, UlhXcZTuut H, 1912. liAleif h. N. C. Local Matters, Uuck, wife of Policeman iv, did Monday rnorn- ..rrlajre licenses were issued ( o jnty during the month of -ti e white and twenty- , i ;.hurch, a farmer residing ?-a n.iles from Morrisville, was injured Sunday morning by ,,- -d by a savage bull, which ., i;J,.-d from the pasture. t.riss of the laying of the ?o:' of the new V. M. C. A. i,' Raleigh were held Tues t .ruoon at 5 o'clock under the c auspices. Hon. Locke Craig xi- principal address. ; James H. Cole, of Cleveland, V,.r th- auspices of the International- students' Association ,ad a Miiall audience in the audi--!,::. Sunday afetrnoon. His sub- A t.-, ' What is Death," which he t..H.;-d in a pleasing and impres- (;-..-rnor Kitchin granted three c rcrriiii) ill unt; uaj iiai ve nnhaiii County, sentenced in 1..h7, to fifteen years for man ; YA. Higgs, Warren Coun , , -ar.s for larceny; and Esth . : . of Ashe County, to twelve - in jail for selling liquor. The ;m:. i is eighty-five or eighty of age. Jury List Drawn by Com missioners. In wing jury list for the Sep t,.;m of Superior Court was Monday bv the County Cora- Week. I). F. Crinkley, Ral : Kliiert Emory, Raleigh; P. J. !;!. i:aleigh; E. T. Massey, Neuse; .1 urhews, Holly springs; J. jl.. Vh::;t k. Raleigh; C. B. Eddins, Lit xw Kiver; A. J. Medlin, Jr., Wake Fur.s?: L. I- Franks, Panther Branch ; O. J. Edwards, Holly Springs: R. L. Brown, Raleigh; Wil- Ferrell. Cedar Fork; C. B. Gill, ?.alish: J. L. Watson, Raleigh; B. W.Rhodes, Mark's Creek; Lucian Cain. Panther Branch; F. H. Harris, Ra-Vi.h; H. J. Bridgers. House Creek: G. II . Hollo way. Holly .-'prin.es; Amos Dean, Mark's Creek; H. B. Bagwell, House Creek; W. J. Loyd. Mark's Creek; W. T. Smeth urst. Raleigh; A. A. Buffaloe, Swift Creek; Cleveland Perry, Little River; J. X. Ranks, Swift Creek; A. J. Earp, Holly Springs; C. H. Chamblee, Lit tle River: J. T. Holt, Raleigh; J. H. Branch. White Oak; A. F. Powell, Swift Creek; S. G. Smith, Raleigh; T.. J. Bagwell, House Creek; W. T. Pollard. H. T. Lawrence, White Oak; J. W. Fish. Panther Branch: H. S. Hardy. Little River; J. WT. Liles, Mark's Creek: N. Strickland, Mark's (reek: W. R. Abernathy, Raleigh; J. M. Edwards. Raleigh: H. H. Good win. Raleigh: C. G. Baucom, White Oak: Reginald Powell. Raleigh; H. i r. Harrington. Raleigh; R. H. Poole, t. Matthews; J. T. Penny, Panther Branch. Si'iiLiwI Wl- V TJ TVi rn tnn I Middle Creek: S. T. Davis, Little Riv- j er: F.d. Loops. Neuse; J. S. Phillips, ! ttuckhorn: Ed. Emory, Raleigh; W. T. Lewis. White Oak: D. E. Pursell, j Raleigh; Ivan P. Rhodes, Mark's I Creek: Erastus Holleman, Middle rreek: Gaston Powell, Raleigh: H. K. j Strickland, Mark's Creek; W. F. , Rooker. White Oak: S. D. Carroll, Barton's Creek: J. D. Sandling, New ''hr: W. M. Tate. Raleigh; J. L. Brooks. Swift Creek: M. F. Burt, Hol lv Springs: J. M. Blalock, Panther Branch; J. W. Emorv. House Creek: J H. Lawrenrp. WkitP Oak! G. F. Johnson. Raleich: R. T. Emorv. louse Creek; Henry Eubanks. House f'reek: W. H. Norwood, Raleigh. Elm ii n Board Met Here Monday. The State Board of Elections met Jn Raleigh Monday and named the various members of the County Boards of Election. The County Boards are composed of three mem bers. two Democrats and one Re Publican. The State Board is-com-Posed of Wilson G.- Lamb, William son. Chairman: J. C. Clifford, Dunn, Secretary; J. F. Ray, Franklin; W. I. Davis, Hendersonville, and Clarence call. Wilkesboro. The Board of Elections prescribed th? sizes of the various ballots to be used in the fall election. The size of State ticket will be'S by 12 Jhes, the Congressional ticket 3 iu-"cs, iiuu ine rreaiutfiiiiai the "L Ket by 8 inches. The mem- u-rs of the Board of Wake County high mountain region, Monday morn re: J. Kemp Johnson and N. A. j ing, September 16, ending at Beau- 'n, the Republican member. State Fair Premium List. ihe premium list of the Fifty-sec-1 - -nuudi rair or North Carolina i ueen issue. The Fair this year "I take place from October 14 to inclusive. Copies ' of the per m list will be sent on application tne Secretary, Colonel oseph E. Fgue, of Raleigh. A Villi Watf. Sunday and Monday were the cold est days irK Raleigh on record for the first of Aaguet. The thermometer Sunday registered 56 degrees. The second lowest was on August 12, 114, when the thermometer went down to 7 degrees. Many home built ftr-H in their fire-places Sunday and some few were seen wearing overcoat. The weather will be mod erate for several days. The cold ware reached all over the country, and no more hot weather is promised before next week. Mr. KlwarI Ilarbee 111. Mr. Edward B. Barbee, one of the city's most prominent citizens, is very' ill at his home. His sudden illness is attributed to something like pa ralsia, and was unexpected. Mr. Barbee is a member of Barbee Company, cotton brokers, and Is considered the best Judge of cotton in the entire county. His life has been spent in Wake and he is one of the county's most useful citizens. In Camp at Fort Caswell. The coast artillery corps, North Carolina National Guard, are in camp at Fort Caswell, below Wilmington, for egular practice. The corps will be there through August 16. Capt. E. L. Gilmer, U. S. A., formerly of Greensboro, is the special officer de tailed by the War Department to give instructions. FOB COUNTY OFFICKIIS. Another "Legalized" Primary August 3 1st to Name County Ticket for Both Parties. The legalized primary to nominate candidates for Sheriff, Register of Deeds, Treasurer, and County Com missioners for Wake County will be held on Saturday, August 31st. The primary will be for both parties and will be held under same rules as the June primary. Candidates required to file their notice of candidacy with the Register of Deeds at least ten days before the date of primary. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVEN TION Will Be Held in Raleigh August 24 ami Will Elect Delegates to State Convention. At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of Wake County held in Raleigh on the 5th day of August, 19 lz, it was ordered tnat a County Convention of the Republi cans of Wake County be held in Ral eigh on Saturday, August 24, in the' auditorium, at 12 o'clock noon for the purpose of selecting delegates to the next Republican State Convention and to transact such other business as may properly come before it. The delegates who were duly elected in the various precincts in the "legal ized" primary held June 1st will be the regular delegates to attend the County Convention. THREE PRISONERS ESCAPE. White Man and Two Negroes, All Lon-termers, Get Out of Peniten tiary. Three long-term prisoners, one of them a white man, escaped from the State's prison early today by break ing the bars to a kitchen window, which must have been filed yesterday while the convicts were at work as ! cooks. The men are: Frank Rob erts, white, sentenced from Bun combe County for five years for em bezzlement; Green McAdoo, sent up for twenty years from Guilford Coun ty for murder in the second degree, and Ed. Womack, sentenced from Lee County to fifteen years for mur der in the second degree. NEGRO PREACHER FINED. Was Indicted For Assaulting One of Members of His Church. Rev. Chas. Flippings, pastor of the "Church of God and the Saints of Christ," a colored institution in East Raleigh, was fined $10 and costs yes- terday by Justice of the Peace San- ford L. Rotter for assaulting one of ! the "saints" in his church. She was j a female saint. It seems to be a part of the creed of the pastor to admin- ! ister the holy kiss, as he call it, espe j cially to the females in his congrega ! tion, and in this instance the hus I band objected. The kiss was not so objectionable as the hug that accom- panied the kiss. There were two other warrants against the preacher, but these were dismissed. ; To Make Tour of Highway. President H. B. Varner, of the Central Highway, which extends from the Tennessee line to Beaufort Harbor, announces that the tour of inspection of this road, which is 461 miles in length, will begin at Waynesville, Haywood County, in the !, 21. . W. R. McCullen, a farmer and mer - chant at Keene, Sampson County, has been placed in jail charged with the killing of John Simmons, a farmer, who was shot from ambush Tuesday night while coming home from; church. The trouble arose from the killing of a dog belonging to the McCullens, and they charged Sim mons with it. m;w imkty launched. Continued frost page l.'i realy means shall in. Bat, in . or lose, w shall not f alter. Our ' . cause is based on tb eternal prisci- . pies of rigbteousnefcs; and eea though e bo now lead may for the m time fail, in the end the taaw itelf will triumph. Six neeki ago. ber j . in Chicago. I spoke to the honest rep reentative of a conTention bicai was not dominated by honest mtn; a convention wherein sat, alas! a rja- jority of men who. with sneering in- j difference to every principle of right. I so acted aa to bring to a shameful ; . end a party which had been founded j over half a century ago by men In whose souls burned the f.re of lofty endeavor. Now to you men who. in your turn, have come together toi . spend and be spent in the endless ( . crusade against wrong, to you whoj face the future resolute and content, j to you who strive in a spirit of i brotherhood for the betterment of j our nation, to you who gird your selves for this great new fight in the never-ending warfare for the good of humankind. I say in closing what in that speech I said in closing: We I stand at Armageddon, and we battle for the Lord." Point to General Frrmont. ! The easiest thing in the world in Chicago now is to find men who ridi cule the idea that a new party cannot win its first national campaign. They . point to the birth of the Republican party and ask how much John C. 1 Fremont would have lacked of carry- intr tha rnnntrv if Vio Vio1 Ku.n ennh lug vvuuii; 4V 114 OUV.U j a magnetic leader aa Theodore ! Roosevelt. As it was, they recall to j you that Fremont, though a weak ! candidate and not a strong cam-j paigner, carried eleven States. These j -they remind you, were Michigan, Massachusetts, Maine, New York,! Ohio, New Hampshire, Connecticut, j Iowa, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. Wiped Out Two Parties. ; They also drew attention to thei fact that Fremont came within half; a million votes of carrying the popu- , lar election in that campaign of ; 1856, and they always want to know what would have happened if the pathfinder had been such a man as ! Teddy. "That campaign," said John ! C. Shaffer, of Chicago, "wiped out , the Whig and the American parties at one swoop, and although the Re- j publican ticket did not elect its can didate for President, it did come throueh so strong that it bpramp nt once the only contender in the coun try against the Democrats, and in I860 it was victorious. There are many men here who ! claim they have no doubt that Roose- j velt w ill carry at least as many ! states in 1912 as Fremont carried in IS 56, and more who claim that he will carry the same States as Fre mont and others as well. The same optimistic feeling was shown at the meeting of the provis ional national committee. When Senator Dixon called that body to or der his first words of greeting brought cheers. And as he proceed ed w ith his account of the phenome-! nal growth of the new party since j the adjournment of the Republican National Convention, and informed 1 the committee that "all the elements I are here for a Roosevelt landslide," j the forty men present made as muchlHarat 221c. noise as any forty men possibly Hens 40 I could. j Spring chlckest .... If$ji6 This description of the optimism j Swet potato .11 0" oervadine the delegates to the Pro- Cora gressive National Convention is notPas overdrawn. It is remarkable that it ; is so but it is so. Iast Man Wounded In Civil War. i Newburyport, Mass., Aug. 5. Benjamin S. W. Wood, who claimed j that he was the last man wounded , during the Civil War, died here of ! pneumonia today. As Lee was about to surrender at Appomattox Court House a mine ball came whizzing into the Union Army's lines during the last minute of an engagement, and struck Wood's arm near the right shoulder; the arm was amputated. The Confederate Veterans of the State meet in Winston to-day for their annual reunion. Ten or twelve veterans from this city will attend the reunion, ADVICE TO MOTHRE. Mra. WbiIow'i SoChlDtr SyTopih-ld t'viji be trd for Chil- rn' Teetoiosr. It aootha the chi d. aoftM the gum. al!yt al' p-'n run wind eolte. and !e the beat r" edy for Vinm-m t&. a bMe Summer Tourist and Week -End Fares to Beaufort and Morehead by the sea. To Morehead City. Summer Week Tourist End Fare. $6.45 $4.50 6.45 4.50 6.35 4.50 5.95 4.40 4.25 . 5.10 3.50 5.08 3.25 4.35 3.00 3.65 2.75 From v enaeii Zebulon Middlesex . . Bailey Wilson Stantonsburg Farmville . . Greenville . . Rates to Beaufort twenty cents higher than fares to Morehead City. j Summer tourist tickets sold daily and good until October 31st. Week-end tickets sold for all trains PViriav and Saturday, also Sunday morning, good to return until TueV day following date of sale. Fnr narticulars. ask any ticket agent. W. W. CROXTON, General Passenger AgenL Norfolk, Va., June 28, 1912. SKCOND EDITION OF MA. IUON BUTLKirS RAU KIGII SPEECH. Print! in PaxnpkJet Form Sent PolpJJ or by K lre at 5 Crat Copy. The first iare edition of this speech has bea exhausted. Tte demand has continued so great that It has been necessary to print a second edition. Hery Republican who wants to see bis party grow and wta la tee State as well as the Nation should get up a club of at least ten or twenty for this speech and snd in bis order right away. The speech quotes from the Bragg Fraud Commission Report the facts which bra ad foreter as false the charge which the Democratic machine politicians have been making against the Republican party for forty years to the effect that they were guil ty of issuing the carpet-bag bonds and "looting the State." Mr. Dutler stated in his speech that every copy of that Bragg Fraud Commission Report had been burned or destroyed, so far as he knew, except the one copy which he had. He quotes the facts to show that it was lead ing Democrats and not Republi cans who were responsible for what looting of the State was done. The speech not only sets his tory straight for the first time on this important matter, but It also gives the records of both parties, and besides presents the great living itsues now before the people in both State and Nation. If a copy of this speech is put in the hands of every' vot er in the State, it will mean the defeat of the Democratic m.i chine, which they so richly de serve, and which the future growth and prosperity of the State demands. Now is the time to distribute such literature while the people can read and think. It will do ten times as much good now as it will during the heat of a cam paign. The second edition is going fast, so send in your orders at once. Address, THE CAUCASIAN PUBLISH ING COMPANY, Raleigh, N. C. 1 THE MARKETS RALEIGH COTTON TO-DAY. (Quoted by Barbee & Co.) Good middling, 13 1-2. Strict middling, 13 3-8. Middling, 13 1-S. Low grades, 8 to 10 7-8. Receipts yesterday, 5 bales. RALEIGH PRODUCE MARKET Butter 10CP1 Lard. I4e Eggs 20 7 F. EUGENE HESTER LAWYER WENDELL, N. C. Practice in all the Court wtrn w st r jVALATION 0U TING j THE GLORIOUS MOUNTAINS OF . NORTH . CAROLINA The Balsams' The Land of the Sky" "The Sappire Country" Where There is Health in Every Breath The Climate is Perfect the Year Round In Spring and Summer the Region is Ideal Reached by SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Solid Through Train, Including Par lor Car, between Goldsboro, Ashe ville and Waynesville via Raleigh. Greensboro, Salisbury. Other con venient through car srrangemer:ts. SClLMiR TOURIST TJCKHS ON SALE IXTIL SEPTEMBER 30. 1912 Let Your Ideas and Wishes Be Known. J. B. WOODS E H. D BUTTS, J. 0. J0MS, D. P. A, D. P. A. T. P. A. Ashevnc, N. C Cbartotte, N C Uka, fi. C tlUmei! a Goo! Worker. "I Ua3I tsy tart for srrr 41 trr la say 1rt I4 i&t t yrrs. writes W. Eraas, tUatfie. Va . "feat I aaow to it was !adirtJoa. as Dr. Kings Nw Uf mi rosj5dt!j cur4 e iWst for sloshes. Ur aasS al4ay treaties. cttltp.tioa. fceadacae. or 4l4!ity. Tws!y r rests at ail crag rut. ACatNTs) WANISJX We waal ageata im TV Caocsataa la ery county are not elr4y rsirsaid. Wru- ca for aarapie eo&iss) a4 agsata. Oar terns are ttt Urt ' aa4 70a ran cask goo4 oasy by f rotlas yoar taart time to ta mmtu , AddreM. THE CAUCASIA. SjOUa. H C When wiitlas sdtertisr. plras mention this paper. vnni?n if QmrrME'Tj - a. ww a w-v KAILKUAU Route of the 4N1GHT EXPRESS" Travel via Raleich (Union Station) and Norfolk Southern Railrosd. to and from all points in Eastern North Carolina t Buffet. Parlor and Slerj4nr d betweeu lUlrigh and Norfolk. t Schedule in effect March 3id. urea are published as information; , ONLY an dare not guaranteed. 1 Trains Leaie Ilalrigh Ck . 1 r rr T0.- 'WK tw. Dress." Pullman Sleepine car for Norfolk. I 6:00 a. m. Daily For Wilson, Washington, and Norfolk Broiler Parlor Car Service between IlaU-Uh and Norfolk. 6:00 a. m. Daily except Sunday ( for New Bern via Chocowinlty. Par-, )or Car Service. 2:40 p. m. Dally for Washington. eicent Sundav , , Trains Arrive Kaleigti 7:20 a. m. Dally. 11:20 a. m. daily except Sunday, and 8:30 p. m. daily. Buffet Parlor Car Service on 8:30 p. m. train from Norfolk. Trains Leave Goldsboro " for 10:15 p. m. Daily. "Night press" Pullman Slepelng Car 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. Service. For further Information and reser vation of Pullman Slepeing Car f pace, apply to D. V. Cona, General Agent, nr Ralnh Duffer Pltv Tlrlrt A font Yarborough Hotel Building, Raleigh, j N. C. W. W. CROXTON, ! General Passenger Agent. ; W. B. HUDSON, Gen'l Supt.. I NORFOLK. VA. j t i SOUTHERN RAILWAY ! Direct Line mi All ioin or' South, lOnat, West Very Round Trip Rate to All Pr1nrl ThrougL PuDmai to Atlanu eaves Raleigh 4 05 p.m.. arrive A ianta 6 25 a.m., mnklc close co ection for and arriving- at Men isomer? following day after leala. Haielfrh, 11 a.m.. Mobile 1? pm New Orleans 8.30 p.m.. BlTmlugbuti t ir . 1 ! noon. Memphis. &.5 p n Kan Baa City, 11.20 a. in. ecoiii U and connecting for all other pvion This car also makes close connectior at Salisbury for SL Louis sad othe Wefetern points Through Pullman to Washlcgto leaves Raleigh 6.50 p.m.. arrie Washington 8 53 a.u.. Baltimore 10.02 a.m.. Philadelphia 12.26 nooa New York 2.31 p.m. This car make close connectloa at WashLnftom for 7.40 p.m., maklnc closs conn sell os PltUburr:, CbJeaco, and all otht? points North aad West, and Greensboro for throujeh Toor't Sleeper for California point for all Florida polau Through Parlor Car for Astein. leaves Goldtberc at t.46 s.m.. R leigh. .35 a.m,. arrirsas Ash11U with the Carolina Special and amv ing Cincinnati 10 a.m. followlBf d. after leaving Raleigh, with close cos aectios lot all poiaU North n. North est- Pullman for W lnstoa-Balsm lev Raleigh 2.30 a.m.. arrives Grea boro C.20 sm.. making close cense tion at Greensboro for all pot si North, South. Bast and West Tuii car Is handled on train No ill leaving GoKsboro a 10.45 p za If you eIre an afnrtnsno .''e-se rrtr rail U r. re- f, furnlth Information a sH o i X. P. Am.. 21 r nyetteTiiie FL,atai tickets. W H. PARNELL. TP. 215 Fayetteville St. Ralegh. N. C H. F. CART. General Pseng Agent. WaahisgtoB. D. C WANTED. Position by yoan married man. aged 22. as grocery oi hardware clerk; three yean expert ence; can furnish best of reference good reason for wishing to make s change; only those looking for Biff class man answer this advertises eat Apply to Lock Drawer 122, Boaaoks Rapid, North Carolina. jig' For Sale Ctenp A 3-drawer National Cash Rrsr- btcf, in COod cond.tion. Original rat No TTXSOTUc offer refused. For drscriptiea ard prke address. It K W Box 23. (irttn- sboro, S. C, x RaJcigh & South port Ry. Co nut 7KUIX .m K.m m 111 m m 1 s m t s t a t t u fa m t s fa t tu t t as is m I M u 1 ss to urn t ss 1 as 1 n si ti is i a t tt t mm t st t as it in j im j n ' i it i a. si r k r si LrMc , . ... turn CMkMtt . . uvw- ! Cav1 KOtrTHlOUfcD UUT. STATU)! I i- r kj vuottkm aHftssss- ttM. LttM . rrr" I L SW co in i a i ts i sa a as t tt a a a i j 1 14 u iu n a a i u t ill I tm M tU St t t 14 U t S3 fl tt a m t u i s ie ( t t u J ft s ecr t n 10 a a u t ti to o a tt c ir i ts an LT Lv HwmiW . L UvMti ! L LQKatm ; L Vwmr ! K kihicc I i.t rfairbrt ' Lt Kuqur Hprtett ' I.t Varln . I.t Willow rr!Dgi . i'T V!c"ul.r . I.t rartirltb At Ralrlth . A M. f. sL T. St. 1 1 ' . 4i Tl. . itl . SW(, two m mi itimymrtmm vmtm mA tmw latibov Cm UU: 8hrlk. rra , lurk. cron. Kl. Catloa. Crr twSkt M SEABOARD AIR. LINE fhfulr F.fifctUr Aj-it! 9 1 VI I j llirc-t IIm mb lx,uN Oallv rrvirt U. tfef Wrti throueh Ailtrti. tUrrointMit ! Mt'irt'h1- rtk tu Pi.mtm. NO M It A A K . it oe p m. So Xi .. t f p.m. tor W;flo. No 1 tUtB Nc eioi. it i M-trdla line lab!i aAd ax f . etber xr.tro'mVots 6t : rd ai t J t to J r. M!ufe. r Msus. Hartrr at43 Tleri Accel Vc t'T Trl 4ost lnforrr ar n3 mtr ro rtirr ir5 H LKaRD. njntofj Pms. Agtilm "Z2 Nf V Mart'c Si Tv rr Mvtbl "tt Ncnh Fttrarr pci'Oo Ltn m s r We-k-KmI and Sunday Kxrnmion Fares to IleAufort and Morefe! City by Ue Sea. ! Round trip to Morehead City From W End. Sundsy. $:.:$ 11.25 2.oo i 1.75 1.00 l.S 1.00 1.25 .75 1.75 1.25 1.50 1.00 1.50 1.00 2.25 1 2 Goldsboro : $ LaGrsnge . Kineton . . . Dover New Bern . Oriental . . Bayboro . . Vanceboro . Washington Rates to Beaufort 20 cent Urhvr !than fares to Morehead City. Week-end ticketi told on all tralna Friday and Saturday and Sundsy morning, good to return until Tues day following date of sale, j Sunday tickets sold each Sunday, j good to return on date of tale onl). For particular!, aik any Ucke agent. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent. Norfolk, Va.. June 28, 1912. Week-Eml and Sunday E&rurion Fares to Norfolk an; Virginia Ilearh Via Norfolk Southern IUil road. Round trip to Norfolk From. Week-End. Raleigh $4.75 Sunday. 22.50 2.f0 2.10 2.50 2.50 - 2.50 2.50 2.25 'Zebulon Wendell Middlesex ! Bailey Wilson : Farmville 'Greenville I Washington 4.75 4.75 4.25 4.25 3,75 2.75 2.75 2.76 Rates to Virginia Beach 25 cents higher than fares to Norfolk. Week-end tickets sold for Friday night and Saturday morning tralm good to return leaving Norfolk Mon day following date of sale. Sunday tickets sold for trains Nos. and 1C Saturday night good to return oa j train No. 5 leaving Norfolk at 3:00 I p. m. Sunday following date of sale. S For particulars, ask any ticket agent. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent Norfolk. Va., June 28. 1J12. DROPSY CURED Cetief at Owe. DR. JOHN T. PATTERSON ATLAXTA, : fTEORMI .Whea writing advertisers, pi mention this paper.