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Thursday. September 19, 1912.
THE CAUCASIA!!. The Caucasian 4VI RAUHHSH KNVKUPRIKk- ItalriKh, N. C. Sept, 19, 1012. ..yH the ITMt-orttee Id Ralelrb. N C. Z,oca Matters. Of rourpe you will be at Raleigh oa Saturday, September 28th. r rhas. T Hlnnant, a clerk in tl:. RaMgh post-office, died suddenly la?t Wednesday evening while under pin? an operation. Th State Department of Agricul inTe has decided that it will purchase to hundred acres of land in Gran Tj;! County as a test farm for bright toba'oo. Will Temple, a negro living at Wakf Forest, had his right leg cut off and his left leg smashed while at tempting to catch a freight train com ing to Raleigh a few nights ago. Remember you will want to be at the meeting at the Auditorium on Saturday, September 28th, to help name a ticket to be elected in this county, also to hear Hon. Iredell Meares, candidate for Governor. Abner Faison, a young negro of Zebulon, on Tuesday, struck Edward Norton, a young white man with "cant" hooks at a saw-mill, inflicting wounds that may prove fatal. Faison made his escape, but is being pursued by citizens of Zebulon. The annual convention of Southern Agricultural Workers will be in ses gion in this city November, 7, 8, and 9. The association consists of three sections the commissioners of agri culture, the workers in animal hus bandry and workers in farm crops and soils divisions. Charles E. Landis, aged sixty-seven years, died Tuesday at the Soldiers' Home. He was a member of Com pany F, Seventeenth N. C. Regiment, and entered the home from Granville County, July 12, 1892, being the old est ranking member of the Home. The remains were taken to Oxford for interment. Mrs. J. P. Board, whose husband was killed by falling, or jumping, from a tower at Wake Forest several months ago, was given a verdict for $5,000 against the Mutual Life In surance Company, at Alexandria, Va., a few days ago. The insurance com pany had refused to pay the policy on the ground that he took his own life. A. IT. Mooneyham and his wife have instituted suit against the News and Observer on account of injuries sustained at the News and Observer's aviation meet in Raleigh October a year ago. It is alleged that Mrs. Mooneyham was crippled for life in the accident that caused the death of another person. Twenty thousand tlolars is asked. Deputy Sheriff A. M. Saunders, of Sinithfield, was in the city Tuesday en route to naltimore to return with Xeetlham Bell, a negro wanted in Johnston County for the murder of his wife, Delia Bell. Requisition pa- j pors on the Governor of Maryland were issued by Governor Kitchin. The Governor had offered a reward of $2oO and the Baltimore officers will claim it. Delia Bell was killed by her husband December 9, 1911, as she was fleeing into the residence of Mr. J. W. Yelvington, in Cleveland Town ship, in Johnston County. Kdward Reinhart, pardoned from more than a year's service on a two year sentence from Caldwell County for larcency by Governor Kitchin in had his pardon revoked Tues day by Governor Kitchin. It seems that after he was pardoned by Gover nor Glenn, the pafdon being condi tioned on good behavior, Reinhart went to Columbus County and was there sent up to the penitentiary un der the name of Graham Rhodes. While he has been serving this Co lumbus County sentence, which ex pires Saturday of this week, it be came known to the penitentiary au thorities that Rhodes is really Rein tart. So Warden Sales made appli cation to Governor Kitchin for the revocation of Governor Glenn's par don. This has been done. ake Superior Court Will Meet Mon day A Large Docket. Wake Superior Court will convene Qext Monday for the trial of criminal cjsee, with Judge Q. S. Ferguson pre siding. There will be an unusually krge docket, with probably 160 cases for trial. Several Blind Tiger Oases. Several blind tiger cases were tried Raleigh's police court Tuesday af ternoon. J- W. House, a white man, was JQed $150 and sentenced to the roads :0r twelve months. The road sen- ence w&s suspended on condition nat House would be god. ,gan Knuckles, a negro, was fin- a $-5 and costs for the same offense. Louise Austin was found guilty of hamng liquor on South street. She as six children. The court has her b e,under consideration. Her hus in tt' LeWis Austin' is serving a term quor federal P"son for selling li- Sl.MOTBE3.--Mr.. Win .low', WAKE PROGRESSIVES Will Hold Meeting in Raleig Sept. 28th and Name a Gounty Ticket Hon. IrIrtl Meare. of Wilmington. Candidate for Governor, Will Be Present and Make the iHacipal Addre Will I-rge and En thusiastic Meeting. A meeting of supporters of Colonel Roosevelt from nearly every town ship in the county was held In the Chamber of Commerce rooms in Ral eigh Saturday at which time it was decided to issue a call for a general ung io be held in the audit in I?9lilfk r. . e auditorium ViK aaiuraay. September 28th, at 11:30 a. m.. for the purpose of forming a Roosevelt organization in the county and to name a county ticket. All Progressives, regardless of former political affiliations, are In vited to attend and participate in the mcci,8- mere was much enthusi - asm at the meeting Sattirrfav an Judging .rom reports, the same en - inusiasm Is all over the conntv ant a large and representative crowd of J : iru me meeting on the 28th of this month. Hon. Iredell Meares, of Wilming ton, the candidate of the Roosevelt Republicans and Progressives for Governor, has been invited to be pres ent on that occasion and deliver the principal speech. Mr. Meares has ac cepted the Invitation, and all who are so fortunate as to attend will hear the Issues of the campaign ably discussed. Mr. Meares will discuss the follow ing topics: (1) Needs of Progressives Move ment for County, State and Nation. (2) New Issues: What is Social and Industrial Justice? (3) Protection and Trusts. (4) Roosevelt and the Farmer. (5) Roosevelt and Labor. (6) Wilson's Attitude. (7) Dawn of New Era for North Carolina. Mr. Meares has quite a reputation as a speaker, and every voter in the county should try to be present on the 28th and hear him explain the Issues in this campaign. Let all Progressive men make it a point to be on hand when the meet ing opens and participate in its pro ceedings. lhe call for the 28th is signed by: meeting on the C. F. Ferrell, J. p. Wood, Geo. M. Glenn, A. D. Upchurch, H. E. King E. T. Banks, T. M. Franks, R. L. Sorrell, G. W. Deans, L. F. Butler, J. J. Basden, F. Eugene Hester, J. H. Arnold, J. T. Harris, C. H. Hun nicutt, J. J. Reynolds, and W P Powell. THE TRAVELING SALESMAN." Academy of Music Wednesday, Mati nee and Night, September 25. What can be considered as one of the important events of the current theatrical season will be the presenta tion at the Academy of Music, Ral eigh, on Wednesday, matinee and night, September 25th, of the re markably successful four-act comedy, "The Traveling Salesman," by James Forbes, author of "The Chorus La dy." "The Traveling Salesman" has been one of the pronounced metro polian successes of the past season, having to its credit the unusual rec ord of nine -months in New York, twenty-one weeks in Chicago and twelve weeks in Boston. Prices, ma tinee, 25c, 50c, 75c, and ' $1.00. Night, 50c, 75c, $1.00, and $1.50. Seat sale opens Monday morning at Brantley's Drug -Store. Burke's Jail Would Not Hold This Man, So Was Brought to Raleigh. Burke County has a law-breaker that is stronger than Burke's County jail, and it was therefore necessary to bring him to Raleigh and place him in the penitentiary for safe keeping. A Morganton, N. C, dis patch of Tuesday says: "Bob Snipes, the prisoner held here for alleged murder, and who a few days ago demolished the cage in the county jail in which he was confined and who with a heavy bar of iron de fied the officers, and in the presence of three people damaged the building to the extent of several hundred dol- lars, was taken to Raleigh and placed in the State Prison for safe-keeping yesterday. "After his spectacular destruction of the cell and corriders he was shackled to the floor but last night broke loose again and commenced an- other rampage of destruction and was subdued only after the hose had been turned on him. "Snipes is a stalwart mountaineer and possesss almost superhuman strength, which waa disnlnvp1 in h oa . . . . ---mt ease with which he demolished his n . ... . . "u vilii uim, an orainary man is no more than a boy, and is con sidered the most dangerous man ever held here." Wayne County Thoroughly Progres sive. Dear Caucasian: I want to let the readers of your paper know how old Wayne stands for Progressive. "We standT as a unit." We are Pro gressive from start to finish. We are not alone in this cause, for many Democrats are daily coming to our ranks, declaring they are tired of both the old "steam roller perpetual motion," while many others say they -in toi ror Mr. Roosevelt If they don't take a f0n do. Some of oar People even say eo man can afford to vote for Mr. Taft who Is not la favor of roguery, for if we vote for him we are Jointly guilty with the .auocai uommitlee fraud. They tayi -" "rt r. iaii was also nomi nated by iraorant. "niggers We claim our party a par- ty of the best white people, and somei. of the Democrat say so. too; for they j are turning to us like bees to a hive. We will in the near future nominal a full county ticket: alio a township! ticket. I asked one of the old party' . the other day if they would put up a;HaaM le county ticket. He said: "Wp baT?!Hm -. not got enough followers to get ean-'Spfif ehee dldates out of. but the Progressives i 8w1 Dtate n a will poll as many votes In our eoun-j001"" ty as the Republicans voted two years j 12. Of j ago, for all the steam rollers voted with the Democrats, except for Mr., T -J .ni . . I . k n enUR frm the Demoorafs fn nvr v-.i- i - at,j j . i warn io asa every Pro- gressive who reads my letter not to subscribe or take any literature that is not stuffed chog full of Progres- 'Blveism, and no "coon erease at all " Pfcht marTi1nlBm v , rule. I hope every reader of The 'Canraalan wll ( 'more, new subscribers to The Cau- casian. it has ever stood for the rights of the people, and has favored majority rule. Every time you get a weak Democrat to read The Cau casian you add another vote to the Progressives. I hope the Democrats in other sections will come to our aid, help the farmer get good prices for his supplies, and then prosperity will reign from one end of our county to the other. With success to the whole Progres-f sive ticket, and especially the Bullj Moose, i am, A worker, LEWIS B. PATE. Goldsboro, N. C, R. F. No. 2, Sept 16, 1912. Independent Progressive Rep u Mi cars of Chatham Hold Convention and Name Ticket. Editor Caucasian: The indepen dent progressive Republican conven tion was held here Monday and the following ticket was nominated en thusiastically: For Sheriff J. C. Gregson. Register of Deeds H. C. SeaFS. Legislature Charlie Tally. Commissioners: H. Hollowman, 01 lie Self, and George-Smith. Coroner John P. Dark. Surveyor W. L. Goldston. i The above candidates are every! one clean men, and the general con-! census of opinion, of everybody that attended the convention, was that the ticket would every one be elected byj a good majority. There was such a j good crowd present it put this writer! to wondering if the Populists, in all their glory, had ever held a larger or a more harmonious convention. Ev- with enthusiasm. As stated before! in your columns, the Presidential fight, was simply cast aside in a way so as to leave everybody free to vote for Mr. Taft or Mr. Roosevelt, just as he may see fit. Yours very truly, S. D. J. Pittsboro, N. C, Sept. 17, 1912. The Tide Running Towards T. R. The Lincoln Times. The Progressive party is gaining strength by leaps and bounds. If the tide continues as it has for the last. two weeks Roosevelt will be swept to the White House by an overwhelm ing majority. There is a political revolution on in this country. The people have become aware that the old party organizations are corrupt to the core, and they are determined to purify our government. This cam paign is no ordinary political cam paign. It is a revolution in morals and social standards. "A Certain Rich Man" Who Would Not Follow Christ. The Lincoln Times. A certain wealthy man in a neigh boring county, in advocating the elec tion of the Democrats, recently said (of course in private conversation) that a low tariff and hard times among the poor people would enable the money-lender to get a better rate of interest. That is very probably true, and from his standpoint, he should support that policy. But what of the man who has to live by the sweat of his brow? . , Frdom for e TOt People, The Lincoln Times. The Progressive party is the real Republican party. It stands for pro tection to business and to labor. It stands for high prices for farm prod ucts. It stands for the rule of the . - . . . people, ror social ana industrial jus- ft n , . lt , tlce for all men, and for the economic uplift of common mass of our citi zenship. In short, it stands for all the vital principles of the Republican party and good government. . It is the Republican party revitalized, puri fied, stripped of the corrupt bosses which have essayed to throttle the will of the people and of all taint of sectionalism. The party of Lincoln was born cf a demand for the human freedom of the negro race. The par ty of Roosevelt is born of a national demand for the political, industrial, and social freedom of the great mass of the. common people of the entire nation. the markets RALK1G1! COTON MARKET. (Quoted by Barbee 4 Co.) Good middling. XI 3-lc, Strict middling. U l-4c MlddUnjt, U l-$c. Lo grades, 1-2 to c. Receipts yesterday, SO aJet, KAUClCitt PWMUk MAKhkl ILpeU Attack of Dmtb. "FiTe W two doctor, ... . told me x naa only two years to live." This statement was made by Stillman Green. Malachite. Col. "They told me I would die with consumption. It was up to me then to try the best lung medicine and I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It waa well I did. for today I am working and be lieve I owe my life to thla great throat and lung cure that hat cheat- ea me grave of another victim." Its on; tn .ff r; I folly to suffer with coughs, colds or other throat and lung troubles now.! Take the cure that's safest. Price' 50 cents and $1.00. at all druggists. Trial bottle free BUSINESS NOTICES. Wanted. A position in Dry Goods Store. Splendid saleswoman; exper ienced; splendid education. Ad dress "L" care The Caucasian, Ral eigh, N. C. A dancing teacher wants a place in Raleigh to teach dancing lessons. If any one has a hall they want to rent. adress "Teacher," care The Caucaa ian, Raleigh, N. C. Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida, Ex cursion Via Southern Railway, Tuesday, September 17. To Jacksonville and return, $7.50 To Tampa and return, $9.50. 'iickets will be sold on September 17 th, good on regular train to Char lotte, N. C, and on special train leav ing Charlotte 10:30 p. m. Tickets will be good returning on any regular train up to September 24, 1912. Special train from Charlotte will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars and nice coaches. Have your reservations made at ' once. Ask your agent for detailed infor- mation, or write, J. O. JONES, Traveling Passenger Agent, Raleigh, N. C, , Summer Tourist and Week -End Fares to Beaufort and Morehead by the Sea. To Morehead City. Summer Week From Tourist End Fare. Raleigh $6.45 Wendell 6.4 5 $4.50 4.50 4.50 4.40 4.25 3.50 3.25 3.00 2.75 j Zebulon . . . 6.35 Middlesex 5.95 Bailey Wilson Stantonsburg Farmville Greenville 5.10 5.08 4.35 3.65. Rates to Beaufort twenty cents in-:igher than fares to Morehead City. Summer tourist tickets sold daily and good until October 31st. Week-end tickets sold for all trains Friday and Saturday, also Sunday morning, good to return until Tues7 day following date of sale. For particulars, ask any ticket agent. W. W. CROXTON, General Passenger Agent. Norfolk, Va., June 28, 1912. VACATION OUTING THE GLORIOUS MOUNTAINS . OF CAROLINA "The Balsams" The Land of the Sky" "The Sappire Country Where There is Health In Everj Breath The Climate is Perfect the Tear Round In Spring and Summer the Region is Ideal BEACHED BY S0UTHE0N RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Solid Through Train, Including Par lor Car, between Goldsboro, Ashe Tille and Waynes ville rim Raleigh. Greensboro, Salisbury Other con venient through car arrangements. SUUMIR T0UBIST TICKETS ON SALE IJNTIL SEPTEMBER 30. 1912 Let Your Ideas and Wishes Be Known. ILWCCSS, R. JL DeEUTIS, J. 0. J0VES, D.P. A. D- f. A. T. P. A. rit rr fi.oo. The Cascajtaa lli t ursi to mw t6crn?r froa cow eatll Xote&ber 1, after tat election, for 2&t eaxh. This t a special price. Get Bp a cisa aad ts4 st before eett issue. i. AGS5T WAXTOX W waat Mtaa U ngtimt Tc Caueaaiaa ta every costy fcrt are not already tvprvmmld Writ for aasBpl eoplaa tad trai b ageau Oar term are vary Ur and yoo cam nske good caoaey votlBf your spare Us to tae war Addres. TUB CAUCASIAN. NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD Route of the NIGHT EXPRESS" Travel via Raleigh ( Union Station) and Norfolk Southern Railroad, to from all point In Eastern North 1 1 Buffet, Parlor and Sleeping Gar between Raleigh and Norfolk. Schedule in effect March 3r4. N. B. The following schedule fig ures are published as information ONLY an dare not guaranteed. Trains Leave Raleigh 9:15 p. m. Daily "Night Ex press," Pullman Sleeping car for Norfolk. 6:00 a. m. Daily For Wilson. Washington, and Norfolk Broiler Parlor Car Service between Raleigh and Norfolk. 6:00 a. m. Daily except Sunday for New Bern via Chocowlnlty. Par lor Car Service. 2:40 p. m. Dally except Sunday for Washington. Train Arrive RalHgb 7:20 a. m. Dally. 11:20 ft. m. daily except Sunday, and 8:30 p. m. dally. Buffet Parlor Car Service on 8: SO p. m. train from Norfolk. Trains Leave Goldsboro 10:16 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 C. W. Upchurch, General Agent, Yarborough Hotel Building. Raleigh, N. C. W. Wr. CROXTON, General Passenger Agent. B. L. BUGG. Traffic Manaeer. Norfolk, Va. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Direct Line to All roint North South, Hast, West Very Low Round Trip Rates to All PrlnctpsJ Resorts. Through Pulltnaa to AUaata, leares Raleigh 4.06 p.m.. arrives At lanta 6.25 a.m., making close com section for and anirlng at Mont gomery following day after learlas Raleigh. II a.m.. Mobile 4. 12 p.m. New Orleans 8.30 p.m.. Binning han 12.15 noon. Memphis. 8.06 p. m. Kansas City, 11.20 a.m. ssooad day and coanectlng for all other pelnts This car also stakes clots eonatctlos at Salisbury for SL Louis asd otbmr Westers poists. Through Pullman to Washlngtos tears Raltigh C.50 n.m.. arrives WaahingtOB 8.68 a.m.. Baltimore 10.02 a.m.. Philadelphia 12.26 boob w York 2.21 p.m. This car makes close oenaectios at Washlagtos fo? 7.40 p.m.. Baking eioss eonaeetlot Pittsburg, Chicago, aad all otfcst points North aad Wast, aas a! Greeasboro for through Tourist Site per for Calif era la polsts. aal for all Florida polsts. Throvgh Parlor Car for Asbenit leaves Oeldsber at 6.41 a.m.. R leigh, .S6 s-n., arrives Ashllk with the CaroHma 6sclaJ aad ani Lag Claofa&atl 10 sn. fells wis g 4a? after leaving Raleigh, with das com aectlom (or all polats North sal Northwest. v Pmllraaa for Wiastoa-Salea leave Rartlgh 8.80 a. a., arrives Prisms bore C.lt a.m. maklag class seamee thra at Oroamshwro for all potati North, South. Cast aa Woat. This car ts havaiod oa trala No, ill leavfag Coldshort at lt.46 p.m. If 7o ttsSro aay laformatloa. please writ or can. Wa are here tc, furnish taformatSoa as wall as to er. T. P. A.. 216. Payetterlllo 8t.tatai tickets. W. H. PARNELL, T. P. A 216 Fayettovllle St.. Raleigh. N C H. F. CART. General Paseeogr Acent. Waahtagtoa. D C. WANTED. Position by yoaaa married man. aged 22, as grocery hardware clerk; throe years' expert" ence; can furnish best of referenco, good reason for wishing to maks s change; only those looking for hlgf class man answer thla advertisement Apply to Lock Drawer 122, Roane kt' Rarid, Nerth V war m SiAmCw'C F. LUGENE HESTER WENDELL N. C PtKtke la aU tfee Cowrts 5S3H3S3 Raleigh & Southpc-rt Ry. Co. TiMU table t 1 m t t ( a ! r. m r m I i u i m in t r u tu i m ta 1 1 m a m i tm u t if i a m I m a w m t is u in m mo u m teu an m WW I SB M Hi' I i s At Frtvgj. I i MftTBftUC&tl. STATTUMS . a. r. m r. sk' t et i re i " J O 1 Sf IS ' n in i i u im t U U ( CJ III ( til tee t n j i tt Sf r iti t t IH I S fl ' t u t a t s 1 If IU I 14 ic ts i et t n it a u i t ii in if ic v i at la t. a m. j r. sT T 7 Lf lulu Ulolml L IlOTMtt Lw LOftjvtaa. cm- rw L Ktpttet Lv 'Ik&irfcMi Lv Ftiuar ttftr eo, Lv VarlB Lv Wtiwow Hrrtsft.. t MrCtolitrt Lv r-araWIgh ... At RaJclf h TriM UI mm Mm) to mtit 4 f""W at ftit ta m Card. lUvte. Cark. C '. r0 4 SEABOARD AIR-LINE Schedule Effective April 9. ivn. Trtia Lot RaI4c Direct lice with Doubt fUy arvie to U w throe gb Attest. HJrtatniUB MmphU. won rut orv NO fl . IMftBQ No Af.. lC fcaan. No 41 4WB No a.... aoonm So N. ... it 44 at. No tft II Um r. tlVfe. ro x tc p u.. for WJo For ri. ctrdu! tlir tb;e ro ut ethr ScfcrtLMiec AmlrHS it4i o J T MlKt- No 117 NoTRI -Ahotr Wt1ult h!ttN)Wf M lnforn;!ri rd rr toi iknruiM H ? LEaRII. DH'iK t ff Attl Nft 4 W Mart r St Tvr laW Week-Knd and SumUy Kirarlon Fare to IWofort and Morehem) City by the tie. Round trip to Morehead City From Week-End. Sunday. Goldsboro 12.25 II. 2& 1.2t 1.00 1.00 .76 1.25 1.00 1.00 1.26 LaG range Klnston Dover New Bern Oriental Bayboro Vanceboro Washington 2.00 1.75 1.65 1.26 1.75 1.50 1.50 2.25 Rates to Beaufort 20 cents higher than fares to Morehead City. Week-end tickets told on all trains Friday and Saturday and Sunday morning, good to return until Tues day following date of sale. Sunday tickets sold each Sunday, good to return on date of sale only. For particulars, ask any ticke. agent. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent. Norfolk. Va., June 28, 1912. Week-Eod Fares to nd Sunday Excursion Norfolk sad VlrcinU Beach Via Norfolk Southern llall road. Round trip to Norfolk From. Week-Bnd. Sunday. 32.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.60 2.5t 2.25 RlUh 4.75 Zebulon 4.76 4.75 4.25 4.25 3.75 3.76 3.76 Wendell . . Middlesex . Bailey Wilson ... Farmville . Greenville . Washington 3.76 2.26 Rates to Virginia Beach 25 rents higher than fares to Norfolk. Week-end tickets sold for Friday night and Saturday morning trains good to return leaving Norfolk lion- day following date of sale. 8 an day tickets sold for trains Not. C aad 16 Saturday night good to retain oa train No. 6 leaving Norfolk at p. xn. Sunday following date of sale. For particulars, ask any ticket , agent. W. W. CROXTON, General Passenger AgenL Norfolk. Va.. Jane 28. 1912. DROPSY CURED Relief si trace Address DR. JOHN T. PATTERSON ATLANTA. l . z GEO UGH- TThea writing advertlssn, yxz meatioa this paper. a