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NEGRO SECRET POLITICAL CLUB
Nu Organizing Tried and Cottvictcd
and sent to Road*.
Jackson, Oct. 30.—At the term
of Northampton county Superior
c >urt this week William Boonr-. a
••/|.)red nap tied and found
guilty oil th.- unusual charge of
organizing a secret club or so
ciety among the colored people
with political intent. Boone was
sentenced by Judge Peebles to five
yearn on the" roads.
The evldeqse Was very convinc
ing, ithe Jury requiring- only Me
minutes to bring in its verdict. Ac
cording to the testimony Boone in
securing members 'for his organi
zation told the negroes whon he
approached v on the subject that
.when the order grew strong the
members would have money to
buy land and demand the right of
franchise and vote again.
Boone, so the testimony went,
styled himself "The King" while a
woman confederate was known as
After the evidence was all in,
Garland E. Midyett*, of the Jackson
bar, assisting Solicitor Kerr, made
a strong speech in which he re
ferred to the menace to the com
munity of such characters as
Boone, and of such an organization
a a Boone proposed to organize. He
cald Bonne preyed on the igno
rance of the negroes and was a
source of much danger to the
Boone was given a chance to
defend himself. He addressed the
jury, telling them that he had no
ill feeling against any one and
taht the society he was organizing
was merely intended to band his
race together for purposes of up
lift Ho said the aims of the so
ciety were purely moral and chris
Rumors of Boone's activities
been abroad for some weeks, and
created considerable excitement
around Conway and Seve/n and
indeed jn the whole section. He
confined' his efforts to the lower
class of negroes, the ones most
likely to be influenced by him,
while the better class of negroes
joinedt he white people in seeking
to counteract his influence. It was
the better class of negroes refer
red to who were instrumental in
having him arrested and brought
This case is i-aid to be the sec
ond ot the sort to be tried in this
State in a number of yeara.
Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. snd Mrs. S. M. Purr cele
brated their sixtieth wedding an
niversary on last Monday and the
occasion was one of great pleas
ure, On November 3rd, 1853 this
couple were united and through
all these years of happiness, ad
versity and prosperity, they have
shared the cares of life, and nave
both gone far beyond the three
allotted three score and ten, Mr.
Furr being 85 and his wife 80
years of sge. The children pres
ent for this occasion were, Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Furr, Rev. and
Mrs. Walter Furr of Charlotte,
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Purr of Sal
isbury, Miss Isabella and Mr. Clar
State N. k L College Letter.
Cor. of The Gleaner.
Greensboro, Nov. f, 1913.—Among
the itudenta of the Normal Col
lege there haa developed thla tall
an unuaual Interest In out-od-door
sports, and the athletic field daily
finds many engaged in wholeaome,
health giying exerciees. The first
big athletic day to which the col
lage is looking is Thanksgiving,
when a full programme will be
entered by a large number. The
atudenta will participate in con
tests such aa relay racing, bail
throwing, obatacle racing, ate.
Early In December the hockey
tournament will be held for which
practice, haa been under way for
several weeks. Each clasa gets to
one practice game every after
noon. For the tournament a
large number of new hockay eticka
and ball a will be required.
Such an interest has grown in
tennis that new equipment has be
come necessary to meat the de
Mr. Cullen Powell, a prominent
farmer of Warsaw, Duplin county,
was found dead on the country
Sunday. By the aid* of the daad
man waa found a stick about I
feet long with which it ia suppos
ed he waa murdered. Ha had a
acar on his head and cheek which
leave evidence that he waa dealt
a deadly Wow from behind. The
object of the murder waa doubtieaa
for the purpose of robbery, aa Mr.
Powell left Warsaw with a large
BUM of money on his person. Two
auspocta, white men are undar ar
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THIS PICTURE represents the squad
of men and youths of Graham who
were on the job wheu the second
day, Thursday, Nov. 6th, ended.
The two big White Co. motor trucks
are loaded with gravel on which
Chapel Hill Letter.
Cor. ot The Gleaner.
Chapel Hill, Nov 10.—As a .dis
tinct contribution to the work of
the Bureau of Extension of the
University of North Carolina a
bulletin has been published con
taining choice selections of ad
dresses by" recognized educators .of
this and other States, covering a
period of many years It is issued
primarily for the use of the public
scools of North Carolina in gath
ering material for declaiming, es
say writing--' and reading. This
hand-book of some 120 pages In
cludes extracts of the foremost ed
ucational a ddresses delivered in
the past decade and the roster of
names giving utterance to thes
lasting educational ideas bring up
the names of many statesmen and
educators that have and are ex
ercising a profound influence .on
the thought of the State and Na
tion. A glance at the types of ad
dresses deliverd and by whom de
livered will certify to this state
ment : "The South Regaining Its
Prestige'', Governor Charles B. Ay
cock; "The School and th£ State",
U. S. Com'r of Education, P. P
Claxton; "The Training Camp ot
the Future," Henry W. Grady;
"The Achievement of A Genera
tion,' E. A. Alderman, President
ot the Univ. of Virginia; "The
Education of Women," Charles D.
Mclver; "The Social Center: A
Means of Common Understanding,"
President Woodrow Wilson ; "The
Higher Education of Women, ' Kd
ward K. Graham, acting President
of the University of North Caroli
na; "Making Education Fit the
Farmers' Need," Editor Clarciice
Poe, of the Progressive Farmer;
"Culture and Religion," Prest. W.
L. Poteat of Wake Forest College;
"Constructive Educational Lead
ship," Prest. W. P. Few of
Trinity College: "The Head and
the Hand," ex-Prest. Kemp P.
Battle, of the Univ. of North Caro
lina; "North Carolina In His
tory and Song," C. Alphonso
Smith, professor of English in the
University ot Virginia; "Lessons
From the Past," R. W. D. Connor,
secretary of the N. C. Historical
Commission; "The Power ot £du
cation," ex-Gov. R. B. Glenn;
"The College Man in Politics, n Ed
win Mims, professor of English in
Vanderbilt "The Pub
lic Library As An Educator," L.
R. Wilson, Librarian of the Univ.
of N. C.: "A Plea for CUlc Right
eousness; Henry A. Page, of
Moore county; "Education and
American Independence," Hon. W.
W. Kitchin; "The Duty of the
South to the Country Boy," Rev.
C. E. Maddry, pastor of Tabernacle
Baptist Church, Raleigh; "Educa
tlontion," Ambassador Walter H.
Page; "Education In the South,"
George T. Winston, ex-Prest of the
Universities of N. C. and Texas.;
"The Universitie's Larger Work,"
M. C. S. Noble, Dean of the School
The first church established in
Nfrtfe Carolina by the Baptist de
nomination to still serving as a
house of worship, according to •
paper read before the Historic*!
Society at its rpfolar monthly
meeting this week. It is known
as Shiloh church, deriving to name
from the town la which it was
founded, and to situated in Pas
quotank county, on the eastern
bank of Pasquotank river, i mile*
below Elizabeth City. The records
vouch for its erection IJ3 years'
sgo and during its lifetime twelve
branches have been built as the 1
result of its influence. I
some are standing. About sixty per
sons were in the group but the
carters missed ten or uiore of them.
The scene o( the picture is on N.
Main St. The photo was taken with
A kodak by Haywood Henderson, a
A clean town, the covering of
one-fourth of a mile o tone the
principal streets of the village
. aith a layer of gravel six inches
, deep and nine feet wide, tapering
, to twelve feet aupplemented by
lecture* on good roads, came as
, the result of the activities of the
faculty and students of the Uni
. versity in response of the Qover
nor's Good Roads proclamation.
I Volunteers of the student body
, numbered close in the range of SOO,
and practically the entire faculty
. observed the two days by actually
, shoveling dirt for the cause of im
• To Prevent Fires.
1 When the stoves are put up this
1 fall graet fire hazards may be re-
I moved or materially lessened by
- care in the matter of a number
i od details.. Following are some of
- the suggestions that may prevent
- a disastrous fire.
1. Tha floor under the stove
• shoul dalways be protected by tin,
1 ilnc or asbestos, extending out
■ about two feet from the doors of
> the stove.
2. The stove should be placed
2X feet from the wall, but if it is
i necessary for It to be placed closer
• a metal sheet should be hung
against the wall 'as a protection
The sheet should be hung on
hooks, leaving a half inch space
between it and the wall, ao that
' the air can circulate between It
and the wall so that the air can
circulate thus preventing the heat
from the lqetal sheet from cbsr
ring the wall, *
3. Chimneys and stovepipes
should be cleaned at least on.'e a
year. The brick chimney at the
top of the house should be cleaned
with a long sera er and the
chimney bole where the pipe en
ters should also be cleaned at least
once a year.
4. Stovepipes should be scrap
ed so that if there la any rusty
spot or holes thay will be dis
covered and the pipe replaced
5. A stove pipe should not run
through a wood partition or ceil
ing unless a metal collar pro
tects the wood.
t. It the pipe runs horizontally
it should be wire so that there Is
no danger of it falling down. A
large number or fires every win
ter are caused by the stovepipe
7. If the stovepipe runs along
under the celling for any distance
1 It should not be any closer than 2
■ feet from the celling. ,
I. Fires are most numerous di
' ling thi wintci months, and most
' of them . >n b. tra -ed to careless
' nes« m Kgind to heating stoves
; This carelessness is caused by not
property cleaning and pattlog up
1 stovepipe*, by allowing stoves to
; become overheated, by using
cracked or broken stoves, by not
properly protecting floor, or walls,
and ceiling near stoves, and by
leaving garments hanging near the
Greensboro News : The mys
> tery that boo over the murder of
1 J. H. Taylor, whose body was
found in bis store Thursday morn
ing, September 16th, is stilt as
' dens* and as much unsolved aa It
1 was when first attacked by the
county and eity officers, and from
present Indications bids fair to re-
I main a mystery. No clues have
I I have yet been found to lead any
1 one to the person who committed
J that crime, and investigation by
.by apparent necessity is at s
bright Graham boy, and the cut was
made by Tbe Maurice Joyce Engrav
ing Co., expert engraven and makers
of five half-tone and line cuta, Wash
ington, D. 0., and presented to the
Editor of THB GLEANER with their
Supreme Court Ruling Affects Search
and Seizure Law.
The State Supreme Court has
made a rulung of special Interest
as to the application of the sesrch
and seizure act, in the oqae if the
SU*e, vs. Zip Wilkerson, from
Wilkerson was convicted at Hen
derson for having UX gallons of
whiskey in his possession. "He
showed that he had been to a
point in Virginia and jlurchaned
a gallon each for ten other peo
ple and one extra for himself. His
agreement with the other ten was
that they gave him IS each to buy
the whiskey and an extra 60 cents
for hauling it to Henderson. He
kept a wagon and a buggy for
hauling and had the whiskey in
the buggy when it was seized
The trial judge charged the jury
that Wilkerson was guilty under
the search and seizure law. On
apeal the prosecution argued that
if he was not guilty under the
search and seizure law he was
! guilty under the club act of lull.
The Supreme Court holds that he
was not guilty under the searcn
and seizure act, and that he was
not on trial for any violation of
club act. A new trial was ordered.
I Judge Clark dissents from the
opinion of the court, which Is
written by Judge Walker. The
'Chief Justice asserts that to small
| avail Is the State" prohibition act
and the subsequent acts of the
Legislature and Congreaa to cure
defects that the courts have re-
I vested, if such a case as this es
capes the condemnation of the law,
and that it seems that legislators
and Congressmen are still unable
to use language to express their
meaning effectually when this lan
guage is to be subjected »to the I
critical eye of the courts.
Life Insurance Payments. 1
More than so2# ,000,000 was dis
bursed during ma by thn various
life insursnce organizations of tho
United States and Canada. Of this
vast amount, $415,M0,000 wen t for
the payment ot death claims, ma
tured endowments and other
other beneficiaries under the pol
icies 'of level premium companies
and the certificates of tarious life
insurance organizations, assessment
and the like, according to careful
computation' of The Insurance
• • •
In the summary of life insurance
by states, the following figures are
given for North Carolina: Amount
of Insurance in force December It,
Utl, ordinary, •14SJMJM; indus
trial, taiMlM*- Insurance writ
ten during tail, ordinary,
aas; industrial, %DMi,2n. Premi
' ums received, ordinary, ;
industrial, fat), 77o. Amount of
insurance In force December H,
HU ordinary, indus
The Jtarsbville Home tells of a
lady who was bitten on the ankle
by a copper head snake. The
limb was corded, turpentine ap
plied, "a pint of liquor given" and
then the doctor called. The lady,
says the Home, was desperately
sick for 12 hours, and waa uncon
scious for several hours. Natu
rally. A-pint at one time would i
likely put out of business s gen- I
tleman not acquainted with the [
remedy, and the result in the case 1
of a lady was to be expected.. |
In tbe group, besides the Mayor
of Graham and some of the county
officials, are several prominent bnsi
ness men and citisens.
Uncle San Can Equip Half Million
Men on Short Notice.
The "war plans" of the army or
dinance department are completed
and for the first time in the his
tory of the country Uncle Sam Is
In readiness, at a moment's notice,
to arm and equip (00,000 men to
send into the field in the event of
war with a first clsss power.
These plans have been worked
out during the past six years
through the systematic and unre
mitting labor of Lieut. Col. J. T.
Thompson ot the ordnance depart
ment, under the direction of Briga
dier Oeneral William Crozler, the
chief of the bureau.
Coonel Thompson pointed out
that his "wsr plan" Is based upon
conditions as they would actually
exist In the event of hostilities.
The line of the regular army
would be increased to its maxi
mum enlisted strength as provid
ed for by law; the entire organis
ed militia of the country would be
mustered into the service of the
United States at full war strength
and the remainder would be rais
ed by the enlistment of volunteers.
The "war plan", as now complet
ed, provides that this force shall
be armed and equipped at cowm
tratlon camps belorie the different
units ate sent to the scene of op
For co-ordination, tables and
maps have been prepared, giving
for the mobile army, for the or
ganized militia and for each arm
of the service their present
strength and the number of troops
required to bring each arm up to
war strength. The number and
kind of volunteers to be raised to
complete a half a million troops
are also set forth.
Col. P. M. Pearsall, who Is to
be clerk of the Federal court «t
New Berne will take hold of his
)ob January Ist.
Oov. Craig has sppolnted Mich
ael Schenck of Henderson county
solicitor of the eighteenth judicial
district to succeed A. Hall John*
The News says the apples com
ing in from the mountains to the
Lenoir market are very fine.
That while tha crop Is larger than
first estimates, prices rule high;
that mountain cabbage are also
moving in quantities snd, the price
When Jim Allen, a negro, was
a little slower in giving him a
cigarette than he thought he
ought to be, Walter Thomas, slso
a negro, shot and killed him on
last Thursday night at a saw mill
on Middle Sound, It miles from
Wilmington. Thomas escaped.
Miss Clara Query of Charlotte, a
nurse in the Maryland Hospital,
Baltimore entered an elevator in
the hospital snd undertook t ornn
it. She pulled the wrong rope,
with the result that the elevator
shot up snd Miss Query wss
crashed, her neck being broken.
Hans Boiles, n former deputy
sheriff of Cherokee county, was
acquitted in the Federal court In
Asheville last week of Illicit die
tilling and Jsdge Boyd branded
the verdict as a miscarriage of
justice, saying the defendant was
evidently guilty. He partially ex
cused the' Jury, however, by saying
the government had made out a
vary poor case.
Oov. Craig and party at work
on the public roads In Buncombe
| will be exhibited in moving ptc
Last Week's Elections m Unqualified
Endorsement of Witton.
I The' Washington correspondent
j of the Baltimore Sun write* hit
I paper that a vote of confidence
j in President Wilson and the Na
' l'tional Administration was cast in
, last Tuesday's elections, that lio
other interpretation of the results
is possible. Democratic leaders re-
Ize this fact and Republican
leaders are forced to face a con
dition instead of combatting a
theory. This correspondent writes:
"The country still believes in
i Woodrow Wilson. It still has faith
in the pledges of the Baltimore
. platform. It still sees promise in
a Democratic tariff act and it still
this Administration and this Con
gress to relieve it front an ancient
hanking system and oppressive in
"Such Is the significance of the
vote cast in Maryland, in Massa
chusetts, in New York and in Now
Jersey. No other view of the out
come can be Justified, and no other
view is being put forwarfl serious
ly, either by the Republicans or
the Bull Moose. They recognise
the situation and are not making
themselves laughable by disputing
"The two or three elections held
since March the 4 to" name mem
bers of Congress were Interesting
but not important. They were
closely watched out of curiosity,
but the returns from them were
not seised upon as testimony con
clusive of anything. Yesterday's
elections on the other hand, were
both Interesting and important,
and the outcome Is • verdict that
must stand as an expression of the
"The endorsement given the Wil
son administration is not merely
emphatic—lt ia overwhelming.
Maryland, for instance, sends Blair
Lee to the Senate by a majority
of about 30,000, following a cam
paign in which National issues
were paramount. Walsh is elect
ed Governor of Massachusetts in
spite of the defection of Foss artd.
regardless of Foss' bitter attack
upon the tariff policy of the Dem
"Fielder has carried New Jer
sey by a plurality approximating
32,000. This, too, in a state
where the Smith-Nugent faction of
the party went badly over to the
Republican candidate and exhaust
ed every resource to discount the
popularity of the President in his
"A Wilson appointee was elected
Mayor of New York by a majority
that threatens to crush Murphy as
a political power and force a
complete, reorganisation of Tam
many ball as a political organi
zation. And it is now known that
John Hurroy Mitchel would never
have been the choice of the Fu
sionist leaders for the Ma/orality
but for the prestige which his rec
ognition by a Democratic Pres
ident gave him.
"These are facts that show the
bigness of the Administration's
triumph. In each of the four con
tests mentioned the President fig
ured in One faahion or another.
And in each of them he was strik
ingly victorious. Maryland, Mas
sachusetts, New York and New
Jersey spoke at the same time and
spoke with one accord.
"And the reaction against an ad
ministration responsible for the
first genuine downward revision of
the tariff In a generation hasnt
come. It had been predicted with
much confidence and great regu
larity bjr the Republican leaders in
Congress and the Republican press
for some weeks. It had been fore
casted by the same spokesmen be
fore the Underwood bill was ever
framed or passed.
"Throughout the campaign the
appeal of the Democratic opposi
tion was for a repudiation of the
Tariff act. Thla measure repre
sented the flrat actual result of
Democratic control of the Govern
ment and Republican spell-binders
sought to discredit the party that
fathered It before the law could be
given even a fair trial.
"But the tariff was not repudiat
ed. Progressive policies were not
turned against. The Presidents
demand for currency reform here
and now was not rejected. His
attitude toward Mexico was not
discredited. Hia promise of fur
reforms were not scoffed at by the
people who d oths voting.
"On the contrary the Wilson
measures have been upheld. The
people still believe that the Dem
ocratic party ia capable of running
the country and have shown that
confidence in ooe effective, final
way, possible under * republican
form of government."
Wearly Ktcry Child Has Worm*.
Paleness, at time* a (lushed (ace
and unnatural hunger, picking at
the nose, great thirst, etc., are all
indications of worms. Kickapoo
Worm Killer In pleaaant candy
(orm, la > reliable and thorough
medicine (or the removal ot worms
ol all kinds from children and
adults. Aids digestion, tones and
ovecomes constipation, and in
creases the action ot the Uv*r. Is
perfectly sate tor even the most
delicate children. Kickapoo Worm
KUler makes children nappy and
healthy. Ue. Guaranteed. Try it.
Drug stores or by mall. Kickapoo
Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia
and St. Louie. adv.
Wllkesboro Is to have electric
lights and electric power About
December Ist. It will be furnish
ed from a plant located at Mora
vian Falla. ' •
. When your stomseh cannot properly
digest food, of Itself, It needs a little
assistsnce and this assistance ia read> ■ "}■
Uy supplied bj Kodol. Kodol saslta the
stomach, by temporarily digesting all
of the food In the stomach, so that Um
stomach may rest and recuperate.
Our Guarantee. Sf3
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•nos return your money. Don't hesitate; an#
|ru«vl»t will tell yon Kodol on theee tern*
The dollar bottle oontajra *!•£ time* a* much
M the 60e bottle. Kodol ia prepared at th|
Moratorlac of K. C DeWttt * Co.. Chioiie>
Graham Drag Co.
CHARLOTTE DAILY 1
Daily - - - - $60)0
Daily and Sunday 800
Sunday - - - - 2.00
Tues.*and Friday - 1.00
The Charlotte Daily Observer, is
sued Daily and Sunday ia the leading
newspaper between Washington, D.
C. and Atlanta, Qa. It gives all the
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CHARLOTTE, N. 0.
LIVES OF CHRISTIAN MINISTERS
This book, entitled as above,
contain* over 200 memoirs of Min
isters in the Christian Church
with historical references. An
Interesting volume—nicely print
ed and bound. Price per copy:
cloth, $2.00; gilt top, $2.60. By
mail 20c extra. Orders may be "
sent to *
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1012 K. Marshall' St.,
" Richmond, Va.
Orders may be left at this office.
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Are You a Woman?
The Woman's Tonic
m SAL£ AT ALL DRUB6BTS
T* Care a Cold In Ode l>ay.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund the "j
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
Orove's signature Is on esch box.
25 cent*. adv. ||
The company owning the street
railway in Payetteville has been
placed in the hsnds of a receiver.
The railway is two miles long but
not In operation.
VeaKaow What YeaArcTaklag
When you take Grove's Tasteless 3
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle
showing that It Is Iron and Qui
nine in a tastelesa form. No
cure, no pay.—soc. adv.
Four prisoners, two white and
two colored, escaped from Davie
county )ail at Mockavllle Friday
a week. The negroes were cap
tured the same day and one white
man a few days later.
Rertm asd Mek Headache*.
Torpid liver, constipated bow
els and disordered stomach are the (
causes of these headaches. Take
Dr. King's New Life Fill, you will
be surprised how quickly you will
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