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THE HENDEESON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, MAUCH 17, 1910.
i i i i T V - f i . i ' - . - f4 1 .Is 1 j i ! : 1 J The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. BY THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. Mr. Sklf put 'em to talking and writing, if ho didn't do anything else. There may not be anything in it, as they say, but Mr. Self and the "Vance county movement against prohibition," has drawn fire all along the line, whether the "enemy'' was worth the ammunition or not. - -- Every question hag two sides your eide and the other fellow's eide. The wrong side and the right side. Durham Sun. Dut to the fellow who takes one Bide or the other his side is always the right side. An honest newspaper will give both sides of a question if it undertakes to give either. What is published in the news columns does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editor one way or the other. The editorial page is alone responsible for that. Those Democrats who think the prohibition law undemocratic should have said something about it a year or so ago- Durham Herald. So they did but their voice was drowned in the clamor of the major ity. But majority rule is Democrat ic, isn't it? JrsT as we thought would be done Charlotte has been selected as the place for holding the next State Dem ocratic convention. And in this we take it no mistake has been made. Charlotte will again make good as an ideal convention city as it has al ways done. - l.v Washington, X. C, a person must go to jail to pay his county taxes. The sheriff has his office in the jail on account of the lack of room in the court house. Xew Bern Sun. If people had to go to jail if they didn't pay their taxes, the delinquent lists in the several counties would be considerably smaller than they now are. The first electrocution under the laws of Xortli Carolina will take place Friday, when Walter Morrison the negro rapist from Robeson county, will be exectuted in the State's prison. The last legal hang ing was witnessed in Bladen county last Friday when IIQnry Spivey, negro, paid the penalty for murder having killed his father-in-law. The Charlotte Xews of Tuesday has a first rate cartoon representing L'x-Gov. Cilenn casting his eyes on Oveman's shoes. A line, "They look good to me," runs below the picture and the dome of the National Capitol is shown in the background beyond the fence inside of which the ex-Governor finds himself according to an interview just given out at Washing ton. Overman's shoes may look good to ('ilenn, but we hardly think he will wear them. Announcement is made that the terms of many of the public schools all over the State will be cut short this year on account of lack of money to run them. "How come"' this state of things? Why has there been a de crease in the amount of revenue suf ficient to carry on the schools for the full term? And how is this deficit to be overcome in order that the next term may be made longer? An in crease in taxes seems to be the only thing to do as if taxes are not high enough alreadv to suit most folks. From the evidence that Scotland Xeck affair was a plain case of mur der, yet no one believes for a moment that Powell will suffer the penalty. Durham Herald. It is a sad commentary upon the laws of a State when such lack of confidence in the swift and certain punishment of crime is felt and ex pressed. And yet in view of oft re peated instances of the flagrant mis carriage of justice in cases of this kind, the Herald is but voicing the sentiment held by many. Verily, human life is held too cheap in Xorth Carolina. What this State needs is a change in the law dealing with murderers. Governor Kitchin's action in refu sing to commute the sentence of Wal ter Morrison to life imprisonment, meets with general approval in this county, where the crime was com mitted, we are sure. No sound rea son could be advanced for interfering with his execution and the general opinion where he is best known is that he richly deserves his fate. Lumberton Robesouian. Yet a couple of lawyers have been persistentlv running to Ralehrh trv- ingtoget the Governor to interfere with the sentence of the court and save this rapist from the fate that he "richly deserves." And one of the reasons presented was that because he was not executed at the time he was sentenced to die, owing to delay in installing the electric chair, he ought, therefore, to receive executive clemency and bo commuted to life imprisonment. Make Your Carriage or Buggy New. Get about one dollar worth of L. M. Carriage Varnish Paint in any color. You can make a buggy look as fresh and new as when just from the maker. (Jet it from Melville Dorsey, nenderson. A Night Alarm. Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the metallic cough of croup. I'areful mothers keep Foley's Honey and Tar in the house and sire it at the first sign of danger. Foley's Honey and Tar has 6aved many little lives. No o-piatep. Sold by all Dnspgiet. Spartanburg, S. C., has a mayor who is evidently about as fine a specimen of the long eared species as brays. According to a press dispatch in the recent trial of a "blind tiger" he imposed a fine of flG.COO, or 4,0S0 days imprisonment. His method of arriving at this unique fine he fact that the defendant had . . his possession IOC pints of liquor, and a case was madefor every pint $100 or 30 days in jail in each case. This smacks of the ridiculous along with the $29,000,000 fine im posed by Judge Landis against the Standard Oil Company, not 29 cents of which has been or ever will be col lected. If the mayor of Spartanbug hadlmposed a fine which could have been paid or sent the violator of the law to the roads for a reasonable term he would have been punished but as it is he makes himself a laugh ingstock and his mighty fine amounts to nothing. There may be no way of reaching the pistol-toters, but there is a way of getting at those who use them if we will only take advantage of it. Durham Herald. There is a way of reaching the pis-tol-toters if the judges would only do their duty and enforce the law. But nine times out of ten the offender is let off with a small fine, or more fre quently, judgment is suspended upon payment of cost and no fine is im posed at all. And as for sending one to the roads, that is the rarest sort of thing and the case must be a very aggravated one in which the weapon was actually used. Examine the court records and see if this is not true. Better abolish the law against carrying pistols and put every man on an equal footing or enforce the law as it should be. The courts the judges and the lawyers are alone to blame, and public sentiment ought to be made so strong that they will be compelled to do their duty to so ciety or their places taken by others who will. J. P. Caldwell. Charlotte Xews, March 8th. Oue year ago yesterday afternoon the hand of affliction fell heavily upon the head of J. P.Caldwell. Some time the ways of Providence are hard to understand. So in this case. After years of unremitting labor, Mr. Caldwell had reached that happy state where the appreciation of his work was spoken on all sides. Since the attack one year ago bis pen has been stilled. Forced, in the zenith of a glorious career into inaction, he rests now in a sauitorium slowly mus tering that strength which affliction has demanded. Whether he will again be able to take up the work where he left off is doubtful. And he has been missed sorely. It is, perhaps, true that no man is so important but that his place may be filled, but here at least is a place which cannot easily be occupied. 1 he .News regrets the day when Mr. ('aid well was forced to desert the field. Easily one of the ablest writ ers the houtli has produced, a jreiiue- inan wonderfullvendowed with ability to make friends of all with whom he came in contact, enjoying an liiilu- enee n Inch w;is nation-wide.tlie cause of journalism generallv misses him. His departure from active work marks the passing of the three really ifted writers who have contributed to the excellence of t he Observer in the past Caldwell, Avery and Mc Neil, the place of neither has been filled, and the loss is felt bv the read ing public. It would be impossible to add to the splendid tributes the press of the nation has paid Mr. Caldwell. It may not be rmiss, however, at the end oi this year ot las affliction, to express the sincere hope that whether a kind Providence decrees for him furtheractive service or not, the sun set of his life mav be peaceful and pleasant. . . Paul Kitchin a Man. Winston Journal. During one of the legislative ses sions a reporter in the House mis quoted two Representatives. One of the gentlemen made th reporter feel like drawing his gun, but Representa tive Paul Kitchin arose he was one of the gentlemen misquoted and corrected the error in such a genteel way that the reporter loved him for it. When Paul Kitchin attempted to placate old man E E. Powell, lie was gentlemanly about the matter, and however wild reports of the shooting may be, there are people who will never believe that the attitude of Paul Kitchin precipitated the trouble. Paul Kitchin is a man. Allsbrook For Solicitor. CorrespoJenee Wilson Times. Laudable ambition in men of high character always appeals to us. Espe cially 18 thia so when an aspirant to a place of public trust is altogether capa ble of filling euch position. These con ditions are fully met in the candidacy t f Mr. li. U. Allsbrook for Solicitor of the Fourth Judicial district. The high and unanimous endorsement by the bar of Tarboro, the people among whom he has so distinguished himself as a young lawyer of marked ability. Is BigniScant indeed and should satisfy all the people of this district, those who know him personally and those who do not, of his genuine worth and splendid qualifica tions for the office. In his early youth here in his home town. Scotland Neck. Mr. Allsbrook was a pupil of mine and I have watched his course with keen interest: and with equal pride have I observed his manly bearing as a student, his fine success as a lawyer, and his devotion to public in terest as a man of affairs. As a student under my tuition he was most painstak ing and thorough and such has been his career as a lawyer and in -.very capacitv in which ho has been Iefore the public. His personal character is without spot or blemish, his qualifications to serve the State in the office to which he aspires are without question, and his patriotism is of the purest and truest type. The citizens of the Fourth District will make no mistake in nominating Mr. Allsbrook for their Solicitor, but will honor themselves in honoring him with the high trust of defending the best in terests of North Carolina in her courts of justice. E. E. BILLIARD. Scotland Neck, March o, 1010. Itch cured in 30 minutes Dy tioolford'e Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist. - apr THE SCOTLAND NECK TRAGEDY. Some Press Comments on the De plorable Affair Which Startled the State. Gastocii Gazette. 1 Xo one was surprised that Powell, the slayer of Dunn and assailant of Kitchin and Travis, announced that fense for the commission of that bar- j barous crime. He claims that he has no recollection whatever of the : affair. Chances are that the jury did, and the act belies tiis words will believe his cock-and-bull insanity ' which are meant to establish for him story. It goes that way according i self the plea of insanity. to history. i Salisbury Post. Averse as we are to passing judg ment in any case where a defendant j is yet to have a trial by jury, we do j not hesitate toexpresstheconviction that if ever man deserved the death sentence that fellow Powell, who wantonly murdered a brave officer and wounded two other unoffending citizens, is the man. . W .Immgton .Star. The more that is learned about the j Scotland Neck tragedy, the more in- explicable it appears. There is room in this case for a strict construction . of the rule of law that the use of a ! deadly weapon implies mance, ana consequently motive. Otherwise, to kill with impunity, it is only neces - mi sary that the killer refrain from dis- j closing the motive which rests in his own breast. Reidsville Weekly. The whole State has heard with sorrow of Scotland Neck's terrible tragedy. One citizen unwarningly shoots three others in the heart of the city. A plea of insanity will no doubt be entered, but it looks to us as if there was murder in his heart. The law must protect good citizens from such dangerous character. Let pun ishment be administered swift and sure. Lumberton Itobesonian. If that man Powell, who was so handy with his gun at Scotland Neck, escapes the electric chair on any sort of insanity dodge it will be in order to ship back that electric chair that it took so long to get and make no bones over saying that murder is the safest Crimea man can possibly com mit in this State. Pittsboro Record. The shooting of Messrs. Travis, Kitchin and Dunn at Scotland Neck, on last Friday, was most unpro voked, and yet it is probable, cer tainly possible, that their assailant will escape any punishment, because of course he will plead "emotional insanity" or a "brainstorm," or some other of the many flimsy ex cuses on which murders are acquitted. While of course it is as much mur der to shoot one man as another, whether he be rich or poor, obscure or prominent, yet the prominence of the three men shot in this triple tragedy may be the means of the law being avenged and their assailant properly punished. It is certainly earnestly hoped so. There have been so many miscarriages of justice in the trial of murderers in this State, that it seems almost impossible to convict one who has money enough to employ lawyers who can influence an ignorant jury. WiUamstori Enterprise The horrible crime committed at Scotland Xeck stands unparelled in the history of Eastern Carolina. The peace and quiet of a people who stand for whatever is good, has been dis turbed, ami thelawsof God and man have Uen outraged. A husband and father is lying beneath the sod, and two others are suffering severe inju ries. This was the work of a man who knew no order that he would not in his selfishness dare to change. There was no provocation, no strug gle for defense on the part of those shot down it was the deliberate act of a man whose heart was evil, and who had from time to time lent his ELDER HENRY and the g &8 j r l, A A ..i !i v. -MX After taking two bottles I regained my strength, and am now feeling unusually well." HENRY CUNNINGHAM, Elder Baptist Church, Kir.ston, N.C. Vino! contains the two most vorld-famed tonic? the medicinal, M.uiguicumjj, Doay-Duuamg elements of Cod Lher Oil and Tonic ff Iron. Vmcl contains no oil, and is by far the Best Strengthening Tonic obtainable. We return your money "Without question if Vinol doe not accomplish all we claim for it. V.w. barker, Druggist, RW. JONES MELLOW . 1 , KORN WHISKY v a z Com Whiskey is R. V. Jones" is If you don't believe M. it h :.( r i A'y your money if y-u are not satisfied with its raj flavor. HERE ARE OUR SPECIALS. F. O. B. 1 GJIcaofWltikeynKl jog . . $I.tr 2 GEoo oi Tuitcy nd W . . 3.30 3 Giflon, ol UToniry ad . 5.00 4 dlooiofUTliikrTiadhg . . 6.60 4MGBooiof UTaikeyandiu. . 7.50 K Galea ofTOaker and jug . . 1.10 AD goods guaranteed under the National Pure Food Law. AS orders shipped the day received. Remit P. O. or express money order or registered letter. CLARKSVILLE WHISKEY HOUSE, Garksvii!e,Ya. aid in violation of the laws of the State. There seems to be.no extenuating circumstances, and the murderer, Powell, should suffer as the common criminal does. All efforts of his to deny any knowledge of the crime. ohmiM hp frowned iinon bv an indifr- nant people throughout'the State. If there was no knowedge of the crime, why should the murderer have made tion? Men who are not conscious of crime committed do not seek safety in barricades and guns. This Powell Charlotte Chronicle. When good and useful men like these Kitchin, Travis, and Dunn, victims of Powell in the Scotland Neck shooting are thus dealt with by a man of intelligence, who pre- sumably relies upon the State's no- torius record for lettiug manslayers of his kind go free, it is truly time to pause and reflect. We must cease accepting as defense learned names for homicidal impulse, reform our educate pu51ic gentj. ment. At present the law founded upon the great commandment, "Thou shalt do no murder," is held inless respect among us than almost anv other. That neicrhborinsr States - ' - " ' are no better, or even mucn worse, does uot excuse the peopie of North Carolina. Letters and Papers of Got. Vance Wanted. Raleigh, N. C, February 20, 1910. To the People of North Carolina: The North Carolina Historical Commission is making a collection of the letters and papers of Gov. Z. B. Vance, with a view to their p-eserva-tion and publication. Through the co-operation of Mrs. Vance several thousands of such documents have been secured, making one of the most important manuscript collections ever made by theState. Thepublica tion of these papers will do more to establish the State's Confederate his tory beyond dispute than any other collection in existence. But,' unfortunately, this collection contains but few of Governor Vance's own letters, most of those in the col lection being letters received by him. It is most important that the publica tion should contain as many of his own letters as possible. The Historical Commission, there fore, takes this means of requesting those who possess letters of Gov ernor Vance to turn them over to theCommission,eitherfor permanent preservation or for copying. No letter or paper is so unimportant or trivial but that it may have its place in such a collection; and, we think, the personnel of the Historical Cora mission is sufficient guarantee that no improper use will be made of any letter or paper. The publication has the sanction of Mrs. Vance. Nor is the publication a private en terprise undertaken for the purpose of making money. It will be issued by the State as other State printing, and its purpose is to perpetuate the fame of North Carolina's best beloved son, to extend the reputation of the State, and to make available for the historian the material for studying her history during its greatest epoch. Any person, therefore, who pos sesses a letter or other document of Governor Vance will render a service to his-memory and to the good name i of the State by ro-op;jrating with the Historical Lommissioa in this work. Due credit will Ik? given to all who help to forward this work. All com munications should be directed to t lie Secretary at lialeinh. THE N0RTH CAROLINA HIS TORICAL COMMISSION. J. BRYAN GRIM KS, Chairman. It. D. W. CONNOR, Secretary. o . Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are safe, eure anl reliable, and have been praised by thousands of women who luive been restored to health through their gentle aiJ ami rnrative properties. Sold bv all dealers. CUMNIEyCHAWI Recommends nm ft For We,k, SUm-Bowa People. " 1 t.-cls rua down and v. enk from indigestion end gciicriiJ debility, also suffered from ves U?: . 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S 17th and 18th. see the pretty new LDST OF Corn Whiskies, Own Whiskies. o 100 proof. 1 gallon of Whiskey and jug, $2.15 2 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 4.30 3 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 6.50 4 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 8.60 1 gallon 4 years old Whiskey, 2.50 1 gallon 8 years old Whiskey, 3.00 4 qts of 1 0 years old Whiskey, 4.00 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and jug, 1 .25 Silks, Laces, and Skirts. MONTHLY HONOR Roll Pupil Whose Names Apreare(j( flonthly Honor l?mi .. ""'he S Kcaa Out R The Trustees and Visitor, -i. ' ine nsuni p(t. i-.. held at th Central fir,; !. Tuesday, March sth. The program was an i ,!' A 1. l'raver. "r r. ! tt '"ot 103d l'sahn 1 -1 v. r-. 3. 4. 7. isi eong. "i inn t y, Honey." Hi!l Eulogy on icu, : Heading of Honor i;,,, Address, hy Hew U i 2ud eong, Hail to thv i i 1 pirst ;ui.r Alfred Bullock. T, Mathews, Whitney Uankin .! Uartwell Bans, Irene 1'.. h1;iin Cheatham. Willie Cortliran ' 'nUn: Stella Ilolloumn. Helen Hoi -,'', .T". ,. -..1. . i-i : i -i ivr Thomas, I'earl Manguin. MISS MTRWKLI Luther llolloman. S ,i;j(; v i. i III k :rr Payne, Sydney l'.raine. SECOND (iK AM: Blanche Edwards. Alice ili:!,, p eanor Farrow, Elizaheth 1 1 arris ','. Hunt, LeliaI)oan,Cathirii,e Miii,.r' " Mustian, Elizabeth lVar.n. j u,j,r Quails, Jessie Both, .lu'm ;,j,.r!.,'; 'I'l 1 kit 1 II i 1 "Itt,! inornton iinoiton. r reii ii.u.s . ,, r. I Uoland, Robert (iill Youn-. THIRD craim: Mary Taylor. Edna Uarli.-k. xi. Finch, John W. Hayes, I .u.-i-.i- Pr,-,.' Sherrod Harrell. Mildred Y. -fr . r,,,!ra'j' Sturges. Charlie Smith. Miliar, i 'r Emma Marston, Lucy Ville Ihrt.Vart Clegg (ioodrich, Ceiia Roth. FOURTH (iRAhi: Girls Alise Aycock, .Iosehiir i rav,... Alice t.'heek, Annabel i'utn ll. Miirv ' con, Effie Murray. Mil in ! i:..;,.; Sadie Stone, Joaie U'eter. Boys John Thnmas, .lain. -Thomas Smaw. FIFTH (iRAI.i: Tom Skinner Kittrell. Sa.l:e Dorothy Harris, Runyou 1 ! r Wilbur i ri , auuirn .ictuuiiui, i .1 ini'l j fj yj Hailic Marston, Minnie Man ma. SIXTH ORAM:. Aline Hughes, Muriel (Ya.!. i raiui Harris, Benton Uoyster, Ilairi- l:,, Roweua Evann, (ilenn Buhl ,;tt, chj.! Hight, Eizabeth Dorsey, Raul K.lVr. Kathleen Benton, Lueco ilinri l'acf Harris. SEVENTH i K A I K. Louise Smaw, Francis ( 'In ittliara. Elizaheth Corhitt, Edna A 1. i;i.ta Hayes, Lonie Nelson, Charlie Biokett. Boyd Kiniball, Lillian Stailini4. Mu!M Pearson, Nora Algood, Nellie W ycoft. EIGHTH GRAM:. Earle Harris, Ruth Roth. Arthur Tt. ler. NINTH (iRADR. Kate Bunn, Annie Smaw. Man At wood. TENTH CRAM:. Lillian Mauguni, Lessie Tyler. ELEVENTH CRAM:. Mary Butler, Christine Thoina. Lottie Keller, Mary Atwood. RICH FIND IN WARREN Acres and Acres of Pure WhiU- iran ite Discovered Near Warren I'hltn Working of a Big Stone (Juarry That Promises a flint of .Mnry Being Planned. Special to the NVws ainl Ols-i vi i Wiirreu Plains, N. ('.. !' 11- larg' dpposit ol white r.-u.if-- I i just come to lijjl't. in W;irrt n m u,;v. For many years it Im 1m-. -m ki, by the people in the i 1 1 1 1 1 I . i ! -lenient that HOinethinjr of tl,i " i existed beticnt It the Mirfnre. r.i: i';r from a few inr-hes to a f..i.;ii;il many acres of it too, hut whit it was and the value of it u i- nut kuowu until the owner w;t !. I to HenU to i uith, -N. , mi, I practical granite quarry r come down and examine ! i and make a report on it. II i The man came and mad..- .- .! ! mi. . ii i'Ii liiui.th with the owner throuirh t of January. They took th-irtiine and went all over the farm, .". " e r, and made sounding, etc. One test hole, 12 feet . proved it was pure white jrrnnite. Ivinjr in bed seams of twelve feet tint-knew, which id just riht for quarry ojuri' tions. This granite man r-LouwJ them how to build a derri'-k t he owner had it put up riht away, while the expert quarry man "a- on the grounds to fdiow th-in low. Another derrick is bein huik to put at the Hide track to load ;'.r- with from tlie wagons. This quarry d velop- d so quick i; this granite ho well known, t! at in fore he left the owner had alf.iik sold ne aero of this vtiluabl" rariite for .20,000 and the deed- r-c.nled at Wurrenton, the county r.-;i? of Warren county, several p irti- - !'fve already visjtel this wonderfuld'-porit of pure sno;v white gratiiti- ai. ! '" j)ronounre it of the tints' rrrad- uml the whitest granite in t h States. There .'ire acres and a. r - ' if. and men are there now from I- i 1 1 N. C, opening out and geti: n-'0 the quarrj. This old gentl. -man has a fortune on his place and d; 1 uot know it till this granite exp-rf to.'l liiin uffr.i- t ir .ri iixrli ! V I- V :l Mi 1 ! : 1 IllT it to aiiu I'uiiiu lima in get it on the m irketw of th People are coming anil goiti all the time from Washii York, Baltimore and !! to Kf this new di.- ovi-n The diwovery i- t;!. 1 1 North of Warren IM iia--the Seaboard Air Line rail v t ... An Awful Eruption Of a Volacno excit' brief :' interrl in kin ertiritiuii w ill I.earlv you us Bueklen'n Ariiia s-iiv.- i cure, tven tut ui:-' fewr fore an soon henl-'l 1 ' j ; Burns. Tutu, BruiwH, s-.r-- I- ; - ' -''"?. Hands, Cuilbiniim nni I'll--, it j- - -relief. 2-"c. at llelvilie I)or- v -- - . -No Substitute. I Jkfwpt no Hulmtitute fur F"'' '"'D ' and Tar. It is tbe Ut an.! ?-' Saved a Soldier's Life- Fati ng death from shot ami chei! war was more asrreeable tu .1 A tLf"! tors said was eoncumptnm. "1 i ui.tr 1,1 j4 stubborn cold" be writes, ' that ! v'0' teiDD. lex.. Illrtll iMPIn.r It trulll u , . .it :oufc,n, mat t.turk tome in spite i ;"' ' .( aies lor years. My ireij;ut ran d pounds. Thea-I lyenaa to ue Vr. kjc C New Discovery, which completely ' 'L. I now weitfb" 178 poands." For 1' I Horseness, Croup. Whooping l'oii'!- .gf lung trouble, it's supreme. 50o. ami V :-z, inai Dome irt1. unaranteeo uy -w- 4 Dorsey. L -I Read and advertise in Gold Lr llji :