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rsday, October 10, 1912.
3 re Caucasian -iTx. C, October 10, 1012. Z7-t th Post-ofSee Id Raleih. N. C local Matters. ii k I Af & a . . I - - --. ...... . . .. z that your name is on the reg- ...l?.;0n book in the precinct in jVJv on propose to vote. i?r. AM'-n Higgs. of Raleigh, died f.,' ,aV morning from heart trouble. 1 ad" b n ill about a week. Hori. Thomas Settle, Republican r - I il i.'a'f- lor uovernur, epone in me roriurn in Raleigh Saturday f2:- v(, Democratic candidates in n.,k. opened their campaign Monday 2 Vak !on school-house, in Little Y ;,-r Township. jy- Wake County Board of Com- .ion rs have authorized a dona- n ' $10 a year to the North Car-r-::a hil lren's Home of Greensboro. Mrs. A. E. Gulley, mother of Su-rir;f-nl?nt Gulley of the County Hon:-, is seriously ill. She was op-j.rau-d on at Rex Hospital last Thursday-Mr. John E. Hawkins, aged 8ev .nrv, and Mrs. Martha Nicholson, az-.i fifty-two, were united in mar ria? in Raleigh Monday by Justice 0f the Peace Arch J. Wood. They hanVl from Durham. If your name is not on the regis tration books see that it is there on or hefore October 26th. The regis trar will be at the polling places each .Saturday and he will register you at fcis home at any time during the Comrade M. B. Vaughn died at the Soldiers' Home hospital Wednes day morning at 5 o'clock. He enter al the service from Guilford, his na tive county, February, 1862, enlist ing in Company E, Forty-fifth Regi ment. Dr. James A. Rudolph, Raleigh's nicit and milk inspector, has arrived in the city and assumed his new du ties Tuesday. Dr. Rudolph was Be nin d from Anderson, S. C, where for the past two years he has been meat an. I milk inspector. Deputy Collector Adams and Dep uty Marshal Surles, captured John A. P.oasley, a white man, operating an illicit still near Benson, Johnston County, last week. This is the third nttVnse charged aeainst Beasley. He was released in a bond of $200. Fire of unknown origin which was discovered early Saturday morning on the Cobb farm .which is now own ed by Mr. W. A. Simpkins, destroyed a barn containing fifteen bales of un pinned cotton. The loss was approxi mated at $1,000, with no insurance. Mr. A. S. Thomas, who for twelve years operated the Durham Steam Laundry, and who for the past nine months has been secretary-treasurer of the Peoples' Laundry of Raleigh, has purchased the Oak City Steam Laundry of Raleigh and will take charge October 14th. Mrs. M. E. Rogers has instituted suit against the Carolina Power and Light Company for the death of her husband, William H. Rogers, who was electrocuted by taking hold of a live spike in an electric light pole on East Hargett Street Tuesday night, September 26th. The appeal of L. J. Norris, who was convicted last September of the murder of J. B. Bissett and sentenced to twenty years in the State's Prison, was dismissed by the Supreme Court. Norris has been in the Wake County jail one year, and this will not count on his sentence. The Board of Aldermen has not completed its plans for giving the people of Raleigh an abattoir and rendering plant. The bids for the sale of the city farm did not meet the ex pectation of the aldermen and for that reason the matter of the abattoir and rendering Dlant has been de ferred. The Caucasian has been endorsed as the organ of the Roosevelt Pro ?rossives in Wake County. The price f the paper from now until Novem ber loth is only 10 cents. Get up a flub of subscribers and send us be lore our next issue. We will also send them a copy of this week's issue so they can see the ticket named last Tuesday. An examination for the high school teachers' certificate and the five-year state teachers' certificate will be held at each county-seat in the State, Oc . - ioDer io and 11. Heretofore these examinations have been given in July &iy, but the State Board of Exam mers decided to give two regular ex aminations one on the second Tues day and Friday in October, and to 6ve no other examinations. The contract for the extension and alterations of the Federal building in Raleigh has been awarded to the tfoyie-Robertson Construction Com Pany of Washi nsrtnn. T) C! trio rnn tract price being $173,278. Work on the Federal Building will not begin "uu temporary quarters are secured me postoffice and other denart Jents now occupying the building "B imProvements must he complet fc(i by July 1, 1914. Mr. r T Q rC. 8 on exhibition a cabbage iweuiy-nve pounds. Ticket in New Light Township. The Roosevelt Progressives in New Light Township have named a good ticket, as follows: Constable, G. 8. Catlett; for Justice of the Peace. E. G. Darls, J. S. Mangum. and M. W. Chappell. Another Suit Against Superintendent Wigs. Henry Crawford, who was dis charged from the public roads last week, has brought suit againtt Road Supervisor W. L. Wiggs, Camp Super visor J. M. Nipper, and Guard Jim M. Johnson for alleged flogging. Crawford was sent to the roads for impersonating a Federal officer and assaulting a woman. STATE FAIR NEXT WEEK. Will Oin Tueilay and Continue in' hull IHa-st Until Friday Molrt Koad Machinery Will be a Feature of the Exhibit. The State Fair' will be formally opened next Tuesday by Governor W. W. Kitchln, and immediately aften he speech all the attractions will be open and the Fair will be on. A feature exhibit at the Fair will be models of road machinery sent from the United States Department of Agriculture. There will be a mini ature steam roller, quarry and crush--ing plant, nine road models and two' machine models. They will be oper ated by electric power on tables in Machinery Hall and explained by an expert from the Department in Wash-j ington. This exhibit was secured by the management of the Fair after much effort last February. It has never been shown in the South before, hav-j ing been at some of the largest North-, em and Western fairs only. ! Twelve hundred entries have been made to date for the Fair. The ex-; hibits a week before the opening dayi were the largest in the history of the Fair. One hundred and thirty head of blooded cattle already have been booked. Products of field, garden and orchard are pouring in. Farm implements and machinery galore will come. The total of entries will probably exceed five thousand. There are liberal premiums this year in ag riculture, horticulture and live stock. The free attractions are large and varied, and will be of interest to all who visit the Fair this year. I Governor Kitchin Commutes Death Sentence of John Ross to Life Sen tence. John Ross, the negro who was con victed in January of the murder of John Dixon, a farmer in Cleveland County, will not die in the electric chair, Governor Kitchin having com muted his sentence to life imprison ment. This makes the fifth time that he has been saved from electrocution, the Governor taking this action in or der to allow him to appear as a wit ness against Frank Gladden, a white man, wrho was charged with the mur der of Mrs. Dixon. Judge Webb, who tried the prisoner; Judge Dan iels, who tried Gladden; the Solicitor, sheriff and other officers and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon urged execu tixe clemency. Puts End to Bad Habits. Things never look bright to one with "the blues." Ten to one the trouble is a a sluggish liver, filling the system with bilious poison, that Dr. King's New Life Pills would ex pel. Try them. Let the joy of better feeling end "the blues." Best for stomach, liver and kidneys. 25c. at all druggists. Every day should be passed as if it were to be our last. Publius Syrus. POPULAR BOOKS FREE Here is an opportunity for every reader of the Caucasian to stock their library with popular books without having to spend one-cent of cash and for only a few minutes work. We want to add a thousand new yearly subscribers to our list and to anyone who will send us two new yearly subscribers at $100 each we will send anyone of the fol lowing books as a present, postage prepaid The Blazed Trail By Stewart Eward White. Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm Kate Douglass Wiggins. The Danger Mark By Robert W. Chambers. When A Man Marries Mary Roberts Rinehart. Cy Whitakers Place By Joseph C. Lincoln. Conston 7 By Winston Churchill. Freckles By GeneeStratton-Porter. Brewsters Millions By George Barr McCutcheon. The Music Master By Charles Klein. The Leopard's Spots By Thos. Dixon. The Virginian By Owen Wister. These popular books are 1 by popular and well-known authors, Others have paid $1.50 for many of these books. We are offering them to you without a cent of cash, in fact we will even pay the post age on anyone of the above named books if you will send us only two new subscribers. Or will send two books postpaid if you send four new yearly subscribers. Or if you should secure only one new sub scriber for the Caucasain we will send you your choice of the follow ing books postpaid : Ivanhor, East Lynne, Adam Bede, The Laughing Man, The Last of the Mohicans, Pilgrims Progress and Windsor Castle. These are not paper-back books, but are substantially bound in cloth. Now is time to get good books FREE.! Send in the subscrip tions and we will send you the books postpaid by return mail. SUPREME COURT OP1XIO.NR. eer T. Jooe, of Johnun. Mol IMnz Suit in Coon to KtabUh His UUxeuahip Ca .Jnt Colored Preacher Not SatlainnL The Supreme Court to-day denied the right of a plaintiff to a suit to examine the letters of an intended defendant unless it was estabiiihed that the letters would show material points. The case in question was that of Ifham Fields vb W t Pnl. man and James H. Young for causing Fields exbulfion froa, the First Rap-J list Church of Ralelsn (negro) J Field wan!d tn in ! plaint that certain letters that Cole- f. ? oraIxaUon. Mr. A. D. man had written to a woman would! 1 hurth "Bounced it thry hatcj show conspiracy, his contention be-1 Uoo?"!i n hi. towmhip with ing that he muit have these letter.! a S o"hlp. l&t erai; hfr,r t ,t- i. iraore hare announced their Intention i Since Fields might have wanted thejff jo!n,a at l next ch letters for a malicious object and Sfftur?ay-. I since he did not know what they con tained the higher court sustained the lower court in denying him that right. J en so T. Jones, the Johnston Coun- force of the pardon. Jones was sent up for twenty years for killing a llttlej negro who was fishing at his pond.! The judge and others recommended! pardon. Later Jones presented hisj pardon and asked for citizenship,! which was denied. The Coharie Lumber Company vs. W .C. Buhmann and others, from New Hanover, presented no new feat ures and the Supreme Court found no error. The lumber company was suing Buhmann to recover a $3,000 bond penalty, for the recovery of a note of $2,500 and three notes of $500 each. It was contended that I ty white man p'ardoned a year ago! ?.,d'.a G' l A' (for murder in the second degree, can- iV r rn ' - I not -cure his citizenship until after! " nc t the expiration of the five-year period.' " 7, , , r o f T unless he makes aDolication to the1 ' ""nnlcutt. T. M. Franks. John unless tit makes application to tne,,, and (fa McNamara. courts to test the full effect and- i I the defendant was trying to evade j this early date. 1 these obligations and an attachment Beautiful costuming, bright and of his property was sought. The ; catchy music, pretty girls, and funny court found otherwise. Yesterday's ! comedians will be constantly delisht Raleigh Times. j ing fair visitors and their friends dur- j ing these feasts of entertainment. ROOSEVELT PROGRESSIVES MEET. Xame County Executive Committee,! Legislative Ticket, and Two County Commissioners An Enthusiastic Meeting. The Roosevelt Progressives in Wake County held a meeting in Ral eigh Tuesday and named a legislative ticket and two commissioners. Chairman Banks had called the meeting for the court-house, but as the County Commissioners were us ing the court-house to hear some road matters, the meeting was held in the Chamber of Commerce rooms. There were a good number in attend ance and all were, enthusiastic for the cause. The meeting was called for the purpose of completing the county organization and to consider such other matters as might proper ly come before the meeting. After the Executive Committee was named it was found that there were a good many who favored naming a legisla tive ticket and two commissioners, as these are the offices in which the , people of the county are most inter j ested. Many former Democrats had j requested the Roosevelt men to name 1 a legislative ticket and commissioner ticket, stating that many Democrats would vote for the ticket. Mr. Geo. M. Glenn, of Raleigh, was placed in nomination by a unanimous vote. The following named gentlemen were nominated for the House of Repre sentative: R. L. Sorrell, of Lees ville Township; H. H. House, of Knightdale; and J. J. Powell, of New Light Township. The following were named for com missioners: A. D. Upchurch, of White Dak Township, and W. H. Lavender and Old Lace By Myrtle Reed. Janice Meredith By Paul Leicester Ford. The Man In Lower Ten By Mary Roberts Rinehart The Firing Line By Robert W. Chambers. The Leaven of Love By Clara Louise Burnham. David Harum ' By Edward Noyes Wescott. The Clansman By Thomas Dixon. Gentleman From Indiana By Booth Tarklngton. The Goose Girl By Harold McGrath. He Fell In Love With His Wife By E. P. Roe. The Man On the Box By Harold McGrath. Now til, of Eg! Rock. Mark's Creek Towtuhip. Oa motion of Mr. A. 0. Cpcstmb, The Caucasian was endorse at the organ of the party by a rtsiag vote. Bvivraj tans were made and ail re athuU?ic fer Colossi Roose velt and for the tact la this coanty. Several tomna!p teat have been la the IHaocrstkr rolutsa are expected to swing to Roosevelt this fall asd! tor tne ticket nacsed Tuesday. It I understood that In two or three town- fth,f thef Bot Taft saaa , Xvn U Wi!ws Oricani. f 1 , UI rfrcte4 ia Pr clEct la ih county mber lhr is not iuuum iuk i a usi or inose named as the County KxecutlT Com-' mittee: J. J. Rasden, James Powers.! jJr.. F. A. Mahler. Geo. M. Glenn. J.I J. Bennett. R. L. Sorrell. J as. S. Mao- FAIR ATTRACTIONS. At the Academy of .Music Two (Uhh Plays on the lioartl for Fair Week. Two very pleasing musical comedies will delight play-goexs throughout fair week at the Academy, "The Pink Mask" Monday and Tuesday nights and "The Winning Widow" Wednes day, Thursday and Friday nights. Both these productions come to Ral eigh fresh from triumphs in the East and that the house will be thronged each night is almost assured even at ! The prices for each attraction will j be from 50c. to $1.50. Boxes $2.00. i Seat sale begins Friday morning, Oc- tober lltn at Brantley's Drug Store. Masonic Temple Building. Three Receivers Named for the Wake Water Company. Three receivers, William B. Grimes, and John A. Mills, of Raleigh, and Fred C. Boyce, of Baltimore, were Friday afternoon appointed by Judge Ferguson to conduct the affairs of the Wake Water Company until the plant is sold by order of the court, or it meets the conditions set forth in the charter given it by the city. Mr. Grimes was the choice of the water company, Mr. Mills, of Raleigh, and Mr. Boyce, of the Mercantile Trust I Company, of Baltimore, which holds $250,000 in bonds. They yere in structed by the court to employ an expert to make a complete investiga tion of the plant and facilities and report back to the court. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY ANNOUNCES SPECIAL LOW BOUND TRIP BATES ACCOUNT . M. C. STATE FAIR OCTOBER. 14th-19th N. C. Tickets will be on sale Oct. 12th to 19th inclusive, final limit Octo ber 21st. H. S, LEARD, Division Passenger Agent RALEIGH, N. C. ADVICE TO MOTBRE3. Mr. WIbJow'i Seothizur Syrup ibooid always bo cd for Cbll dren't Teettisa. It aootha the cfcl'd. t&tn tha rums, allays all pain cure wind eoltc axd li the best remedy for Diarrfcoea SSc a bottle. NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND. By virtue of the power and author ity given In a mortgage aeea exe cuted on the 12th day of July, 1910, by L. F. Stewart and wife to J. J. Reynolds, recorded In the Register of Deeds office, Wake County, in Book 258. at nage 246. I will offer for sale at the court-house door in Raleigh, N. C, on Monday, November 4, 1912, the following piece or par eel of land situate in Buckhorn Township, Wake County, bounded as follows: On the east by Henderson Barker and the south by J. J. Hack ney and the west by Sarah Clark and the north by Deb Evans, containing thirty acres more or less. Terms cash. J. J. REYNOLDS, Mortgagee. C. M. BERNARD, Attorney. AGENTS WANTED. We want agent te represemt T$ Caucasian In every county where vt are not already represented. Writ a for sample eepiee and terras fee ageata. Our terms are very llbeft? and yon can make good money by d votiag your spare time to the work Address, THIS CAUCASIAN. Balelfh, N. O W&ea wrltta adTartlaara. pl this paper. man tlon iunguxg ancm oar. Grml &pimt v4 "JUmm fi Art' A&d-M to Tbrtr fCwm. Ulscllss nrotbtr Clrrss a4 tt ty a454 tSt. nti ct Joai of Arc" m &Jtft la tu!tsi a Tee4ay. OctoWr S. Tt ticl . is tt!f is aa aitrsctSoa ttat &a!4 riz tl:ot:MSds of tisstors frota t rrossdisfi cossatry. It S ih c rt est prcMSsctioa of its kis4 r i A&rtc. Ts rld i&t k!UfaI tcw sri tlsts. raitoisers. nopriy -easier, were cae4 to ssos&t Ihm prtsSuc-1, lka. A tax feicsr ttaa a t$:dr4 ordinary tteatrrs s tdUt a&4 Si4 portable o that It can b coal-4J froa town to town and r!4 Aeh j morning in the main teat. Taus th circus proprietors bat toad it pos-1 sible for those ho live la coatrlba- j v.f ,r : ., trs to see tais caacmncrni woraics play with its cast of I.Z0O characters, j a ballet of 300 dancing girls, a icrand opera chorus of 4 00 toics. 00 ' horses and a train load of tprclal scenery, eoituraes, properties and chanical devices for producing uthjj stage effects at thunder, ltcht&tnc. t storms, fire, and th sound of battle, j in tne oia marset piace oi uouen. : France, there now tands a naonu ment by which the French of today! have sought to redeem their part In the execution of Joan of Arc. ho on j May 30, 1 431. was burned to death! on the false charge of heresy after having delivered her country from i the English and having restored th ) crown to Charles VII. The regular circus program is more j than ever attractive. minwin'it ItitkMl IkUmUtmt. j " The appeal of Mr. W. E. Stinon against the Board of Commissioner ' was dismissed by the Supreme Court, j Mr. Stinson was suing for salary from 1 the time he was ousted as .superiuten-. dent of roads until his time would! have expired. ! The Wilson campaign seems to be charge of the Ice cream man. in Yellow Jacket THE MARKETS RALEIGH COTON MARKET. (Quoted by Barbee & Co.) Good middling, 11 3-8c. Strict middling, 11 l-4c. Middling. 11 l-8c. ' Low grades, 6 1-2 to 9c. Receipts yesterday, 50 bales. RALEIGH rRODUCK MAKKKT Butter iu 4 Lard 14. Egga 2r Hams 221c. Hean 40C Spring chlckest X0lfc. Sweet potatoes .$1.00 Cora 9Se. Peas IS.Of SOUTHERN RAILWAY Direct Line to All routs-Nertfc South, East, West Very Low x Round Trio Rates to All PrincrseJ Resorts. Through Pullman to Atlaata, learee Raleigh 4.05 p.m., arrl?es At lanta 6.25 a.m.. making close eoav aectlon for aad arrlTing at Mont gomery following day after learlaj Raleigh, 11 a.m.. Mobile 4.12 p.m.. New Orleans 8.30 p.m., Blrmlnghan 12.15 noon. Memphis. 8.05 p. m., Kanna City, 11.20 a.m, second day. aad connecting for all other points This car also makes close cesnectlos at Salisbury for St. Louis aad other Western points. Through Pullman , to Wasalagtoa leaTes Raleigh 6.50 p.m., arrives Washington 8.53 a.m., Baltimore 10.02 a. el. Philadelphia 12.25 noon New Tork 2.31 p.m. This car maker close connection at Washington for 7.40 p.m., making close connectloa Pittsburg. Chicago, and all other points North aad West, and ; Greensboro for through Tourts' Sleeper for California points. aaC for all Florida polata Through Parlor Car Tor Amber 11 1 leaves Goldabero at 6.45 a. a., Ra leigh, S.35 am., arrives Asherlll with the Carolina Special and arriv ing Cincinnati 10 a.m. following day after leaving Raleigh, with close coo sec tio a for all points North an Northwest. Pullman for Wlnatoa-Salem leaver Raleigh 2.30 a.xn.. arrives Oreoa bore 6.30 s.m., making close censee tlon at Greens soro for all points North. 8onth. Cast and West Tnt car is handled on train No. Ill leaving Goldabore at It. 45 p.m. If yon desire any Information, please write or enlL -We are here tc furnish Information as well as to se!T: T. P. A.. 215. Fayettevlll Strata ttJ tickets. .W. H. PARNELL, T. P. A 215 FayetteTille BL. Raleigh. N. C H. 7. CART, Genera Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C WANTED. Position by yeast married man. aged 22, as grocery es hardware clerk; three years expert m , " a m m . eace; caa iuraua oesi ox recerenee: good reason for wishing to make change; only those looking for higi elass man answer thin ndyertlsement Apply to Lock Drawer 132, Coanek Rapid. North Carellna. F. EUGENE HESTEJi LAWYCR WENDELL N. C i;iimhiiiThii.;iiatTirlMii;ii 9 RaUngO CC SouihpOft Rjf vO TIME TARU: fTATXJK. !ucwMt J L rw M - j frMUrtai ftOfc1tilKtD STATIOKS t t to ! X i I - ! A & I f. u r. 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For rata. tctedalra. tlnsa lab aad aav etfer lEfontatlcBdev.rKlait'lr to J Y M!ua ell. Pa art re r and Tlkt Arret Ti rtce Nt 117 NoTirr. Atov ackOaka 2r a tafonrat'-on. aod ar rot ruaraetrra H S- I.KAKD. DlTlalcD Iaav. Art&L, Nc 4 W. Mama Ru. Toetr Hvlldtec. Or P. North Eatraooa lra;C(r NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD Route of the 'NIGHT EXPRESS" Travel via Raleigh (Union Station) and Norfolk Southern Railroad, to and from all point in Eastern North Carolina. llaffet. Parlor and Sleeping Gars between IlalHgh and Norfolk. Schedule in effect March 3id. N! B. The following schedule fig ures are published as Information ONLY an dare not guaranteed. Trai&a Leave IlalHgtj 9:15 p. ra. Dally "Night Ex press," Pullman Sleeping car for Norfolk. 6:00 a. m. Dally For Wilson. Washington, and Norfolk Droller 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. Daily except Sunday for Washington. Train Arrive IlalHgh 7:20 a. m. Daily. 11:20 a. m. daily except Sunday, and 8:30 p. m. daily. Buffet Parlor Car Service cn 8:30 p. m. train from Norfolk. Trains Leave Coldkboro - 10:15 p. m. Daily. "Night Ex press" Pullman Siepelng Car for Norfolk via New Bern. 7:10 n. m. DailyFor Bean fort and Norfolk Parlor Car between Washington and Norfolk. 3:10 p. m. Daily for New Bern, Oriental and Beaufort. Parlor Car Service. For farther information and reser vation of Pullman Slenelng Car snacs. PPly to C. W. UDchurch. General Agent, Yarbo rough Hotel Building, uajeign, N. c. W. W. CROXTON, General Passenger Area t. B. L. BTJGG, Trade Manager, Norfolk, Va. DROPSY CURED i rr TATJM T DATTrnrMv i ulu Jri 1. rAi lilKoUiN ATUSJXTA t ft t When writing adrertors, ' nlsnsn mention this paper. ' - : 4; Tr