RALEIGH, N. C. THUOSDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1912
THE CAUCASIAN. 1
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Th!s seem to be the open season
for Democratic rows.
IX. K A WAUL
MrrttK. MOKKItftAlk, ASU 1UT-;
(iiEj ANCIENT HISTORY
Tbf! Teta Jud Immediately Ad
journed Oaurt to Whip the 10
A dispatch from Mid Ian 5. Texas.
Wonder when and where the neither of ruary . W:
, , - i "Recalling the day of Roy Bean.
rnocratic row win Drea tbe ffenouB juiliCe of the Peace who.
! a number of years ago was known as
i"AlI the Law West of the Pecos."
And they say that Wilson Judge j. f. Knowles, of the Ccramia-
-gloner's Court here to-day laid aside
i his official dignity long enough os
Oh, that mine enemy would write
B yan and H canst Iy Thei
Leaders for Taking Water j
I Clinton New -Dispatch J
on Money Trust Invest!- , Mn suitor The u u approach,.
lng when the Republicans
Strang Trtm Hocrmtr! few the Louise the Eihta Introduced
the Pleasant Privilege of
Going Into Politics
I State must select their leaders for the 4 -v SufEItSTinOuS UOaAIUJ
(coming campaign, and a snggestloa
STATE DELEGAII03I SIDE-STEP. I at this time may not be untimely.
I Hon. John M. Morehead should by all
r.r.v Wilson made a flying trip to j enrage in a fistic battle. During thejoteI Agmi uie ueary iwi""- man. He has ten our State Chair-
r tucky Sunday night, but be knew j session Judge Knowles. presiding. ;
. MnrM9 thp made an assertion regarding a pre-
Mars-i Henry was in Florida at the , lnasnlllcb .
tirjr. aa the Commissioner's Court is a;
- 'county tribunal of considerable 1m-J
The friends of temperance were J portance ln the county, comments on j
; I.mI for awhile when they thought, itB rynngs are not to be lightly made
' ... . . . .. in i l o !
landed a Wrebb-iootei ani-; cvcn by tne presiuing jusnce.
s thought Commissioner Jule uner,
who was present. No sooner had the .
Clark ! offending remark been made than he
i rose and exclaimed:
"You are a liar. Judge."
S'.-van. wen, " ' . v , 'i ne court uiu hui ucnaic.
to liiTestigate Money Trut But Hay man only one term, and while be and
I carry out all the reforms ln party
S it nation itt Mexico, manseeme.nt which they desired. It
on dry land.
a trr fr ixr,
ts uts ih o&fet Hotim
fitl ti rrotut nntaay.
aaV4 Kit Iwar4 Id trt Ua m
Hctfart wt ra7t&r4 lltf if
4rtteot, I rals aA amy, a rart:?
aetfii. tts-a4 a irrs
S.t aa t& war e&.12 Was a
Csrmi c& Tb rrf& ca2a4
srra afir sstrs aul t&
itructiee of ta Uaiti t&tm sx.
4 crta!a. Kfajc t:4ar4 at Las: 4
cl24 tfcat drtrat m
taata as' a ;4twr4 &:&sf at
fca4 of KagtliJk forces aa sa.a4
hit array at trtf at tb rriffft
ostd trlt H laaiil acat t..
Srttn Srit u ltrte It-rtM-t- 00 tr.en in NortaaeJy. r8
,m n Sail by Um ITttfitUh Ju. decide .uM tt ft
ct war. TbU bo'4 sf? cssmM
HllklnsTllie. N C. Feb. 12. If 12 jfternstlon Azt.cn t th Fff&ra. Tl
rT"rondenc of The Caucatun- on a:i.r uts.
He llm to Pay a U4 rf 44 fir
IJbeny War AjrslwM tx I!l4r4
ntir QttArter- -K!S W'mm Affli4
-r. l Dit3 think they can out-talk Mr
Well, they have several more;
; Miiks coming to them.
Demands Uncle Sam' Attention no fault of theirs, for their
: ; efforts at reform and party harmony
Uemocratic Committee Invrtigt-1 have n cne.gttj by a remnant of;
inc the Stel Trust is Making lueUjtbe old referee system in the State.
: ! rf ill in nnw-r ho (imsnds and re-
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Kiaicuiou.v-niiM v.-, Selves recognition still at the hanas .. ; t a"1" tUlr forr la f,r a 4
? t.. i ui succeeded by bU son Uuls tfce . . ... .
an soa foajtt Uelr way to tt ttry
and s rtri rarli ,lyt a r
c,al in Tht Caucasian.) U-.-.w ... i vi SCth ar
'ashlngton.D.C;.Feb.l3 i.W -.ventlon as we elected only a State ; J trm t -nded by ,10.00, Frh trs
our letter 01 lasi we i committee ana state cnairman. iqc;-"" "v ' .
This court will stand adjourned," ; that lhe Democratic House of Repre- j xatlonal Committeeman was elected ' be enfranchised a great numir
aaaJhv.th Hjratr-s to our last Nation--"s aaa iwj -
in French politicks. But this did not
the I liar. the money trust, .uww uu jSute Lonvennon iwo jears au u;i - : . 9b th,.lr
Fhen It happened. Those who saw ot thOUght that the majority spin. no power to displace him. Mr. Dun- or lBr ",M M, " . fK-r
IthA light say the judge scored me , AOUia be on the side or wan direct, ; can WDo now holds mat piace aas -
hirmnnr ft' lb Mr..UZ tiOl mucu u i"f
announced Judge Knowles, "until I j sentative3 were badly divided
lust rallpxl m ai ,,.u .nii nvar ihf in vpstieation of t i rAnvAntinn fur vMr ftiro and the
t HOW appears lUak kjv.-. i willll IUJ man " - J " - vtuuiu Ofin v. j
h lnrirft majority of
uocratlc party If it will only pay;
an the question or food wm bC48)
In' a serious one. U4ar4 ?fe a
reward to learn ot ps tr
th HHer Somme. A ssittabl 4f
ui found an h had Just f ottra hit
army acrovs when the Frsch af
freight and storage cnarges. i greatest number of pugilistic points. U)llt that is what has happened
snot worked J:i
i;y the way, the "Visiting States-,
y was in Raleigh again a few;
, ago, just on a pleasure trip, j
.,. people will probably hear of de-
A few minutes later the judge re-; It
convened court, fined himself for j ?ressman
will be remembered tnai wm-.j Morehead and his commuiee. dui io
llenrv Chairman of the4the contrary, has worked at cross-
flsrhting and paid the fine.
tlien went back to work and its dig
r.ltv was not further ruffled.
Tli. Durham Sun says the liquor
nnt enforced in that town.
O i M J'-?: A:r-E :T
Th:it law an
t-s: forced or repealed.
a an others should be Indict Tients by Federal Grand
Jary ia Dynamiting Cases,
The court rnmmittee on Rules, prepared andpurpose3 with him. and the result
brought in, with the approval of tbej has been confusion and a lack of
committee, a carefully worded reso-party cohesion and harmony in our
;nnn nrovidinc for the appointment j ranks. Mr. Morehead and bis com-
'. r cnopki pfimmittee. eriving thatlmirip are entitled to a
i.ommittee ample powers and direct-j3
hng it to make a - moat searching in-agCnient of the party in the State.
The nroduction of thiS xx.n lfttiM.fl ;n nnlirv. "To. the
....i! o nrz-vtcat frnm the . . i .u Mr 1nrr. "t0 ClllSa'HJ
! resolution wiscu a I'lvito!. ; victors ueiong sjiho. .'.v.
l.A fcrm rf n n i T1 1 Af fll Yt Pfl mAIi-
aig New York financial interests 1" j bead and Mr. Butler and their allies
nd around Wall Street. At once afan(j co-laborers won out at the
il;id you thought about it? Ex-:
C.vernor Glenn has not yet expressed!
A i iifilnnIIorvoV. !
an opinion on uie w
for the great moral issue had not
yet become the main stock in trad
H suz hurceeded by Iuis the tub ;
in 1 22 ". known az St. Uui. and for
him the leadin' city in the State ov
Missouri wuz named several hundred
year later. He wut an excellent
man In some reepect. but full ov
superstition or isomethin close akin
to it. This t anted him to engage in
The tirst ut again!
. . s ..
the Caracens in Kgypt. He wuz maue
ustla prisoner and had to pay a million
I r. t 1 , f
awlao surrenuereo me
pearfKl. A battle tok plar aa
French er dr fe!d.
Kdwsrd nett laid to CUts
which city wus defended by an b!
commander an' r!l rois!onal. This
sieue lasted telf months an tb
(Continued on page 7.)
k PEACEMAKING! TOUR
I rrcsident of IJridse and Structural ; JJ:an an agitation to have the regular
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tx ft'iri i nonv: t1
m - m hum i' i wuxa ' ' - -
number or Congressmen wuo are state Convention
rosea 10 ut- mui i ... - -- party was uuw.biau.c s . addition to the payment ov
th trusts and the money interests be- . to make Morehead State Chair-, etu nuuinn'A ,,r
- w -w i ii. 4 tat i n it 1 1 i T t a. i m imi i i i i i v m ,
,nH tn nlacp the reins of the e - ;
?ia, probably hoping to periorm wme
Secretary of State Knox Will
Visit Southern Republics to
Establish Better Relations
One Democratic leader has refer-;
red to W. J. Bryan as a "discredited j
f A. !
demagogue," yet Mr. Bryan will write
their next national platform.
Whether certain Democrats suc
ceed in knocking Mr. Bryan Into a
cocked-hat or not, it is very, evident
there will bo some knocking done.
Iron Workers Anion;
rested The Indictment Cliarge ,
That the McXamaras Were Onlyj
Agents of Superior Officers. j
inononniis: Feb. 14. Arrests in ! tion
x uu f-v 7
J".. rxr I . - . i t V. t r Fill. UUUU
. First Ar- Committee on aansmg auu , ,pany m nis nanas, nupiUB - ' retJeem brasolf in the pub-
to make tne invesugatiou. I smash tne oia reieree ,.th nv hi mother.
Will it be a Sham Investigation?
Congressman Henry made a vigor-, realzed in
ill . to Cuba ami CVntrml and
trtlern South AttteHcjs n t!e
Triiv May Vlidl Blralos- A lUm
juet in Honor f tl Srcrrtarjr.
acted with great pru
For the purpose of solving dlplo-
j ma tic problems and acquiring mors)
a r.,VAT. tn tako p.harsre of
Scattered in various p.rU ,ol r th. coon- preven"t any
try being arresiea. " . ,,,w invtteatlon. In short, he
charged that they were trying to side
track the investigation and white
wash, the whole matter
arrested was Frank M. Lyon, Fresi
rtpnt of the International Association
The daily papers announce thatjQf Bridge an(j structural Iron Work-
V. 1 . VS . i
Wnndrow Wilson openea uib .m- ers.
paign In Chicago Monday night. Cer-;
tatnly this rmist be his second
. . S tkA LltOtO TIC aT lilt i v. J
fg,ve tne party u - . . ftm h4. hjd appointed queen regent
fhope, and vigor, mis n . . . hlI allnc. caused hlm
tn part. - - ; .',....,,.,.
nn(,inah(a rwftin. : w return u naste. ne ium.u w.ai
ous ngui agaiuBi i.uo,ubmij - v- i i et tne next taie tou-uuu . . .
jnu,)nc mnhaticaiir mai . . . i a cf,ta f ia rman luviuci
him . as his co-1
in hnfldine a strong, en-
M ' 1 ? mm . r. 1(17 IIP 1 I t . - .
Secretary Knoi, by direction oi
t Taft, will make a &t
. orrlterrirr in Mn.M.r..l.n tb.t Honr, bordcrtn(!-
M.rt.n W..r for our next , anU .ou renou- c a. , , n f r ,
vfirtT1ai fnmmitteeman. and the ,".' ; . . ! now "auccu- ,VHU
.lni LU"' XrnnWhls resoluUon and Ll hnr;; andldence. but the country wut full ov lcforcJaUon M to oonditto..
the dynainitlng conspiracy cases ne. --
cror. trvdav. fifty or more defendants, m n .. A ,
' . Cfato that untir-'ait wuz to yield to Henry the 3rd ov j,r Jden
"Af: iand .erera. Province, o, K-c, j ,
Eleven business agents of the iron ;
Of course those who do not think
their taxes are high enough can vote
for another Democratic legislature
and then have the Legislature issue
bonds for the relief of the Nena and
t tidiT to the sud- N".?nal xL n,miina will ! whir h the English formerly ouned. M.xleo. tut th.t country may U
Ml' ; : - tA -pUDllcan paiu . . Wv.. r-.h Vin continued to grow w
port of Mr. Henry and nis conuamss nce more bo a narmonious woncing , n wllI ,he,nc,u - " 1 . - . . .
and soon there was a division among i
Democrats of a very serious nature
.V....t Vi nnrovol- that ttlA TT1 S-
ii was uiwuRui, "onc" - j paign
ioritr would stand witn tne wraiuu-
orsanUation and wonder. ,.onnJeDCe lha, he ... chon by .ho Tw oBfU, .nooBm.nt of lh.
- ,T,,L Sad and BuUer were ! tam-. or KR.and and the K. ov -f ,;
workers, four or five officials and
some executive board members.
uvrmA -a:ith knnwine what McNa-
. . , . v. mnnnv to . ... . .v. - : v. fn.intrv to umDire a 1 iierer .ce'
mara aia wuu u.c jorlty would stand wun me mmu-, h er that swept U)e h4t"n them
buy explosives, are among the indict-u oq Rules when the vote was y and if our next state Con-! that had arisen 1'
t. Un the Wall Street side won. Er- ! wisp thQV win harness I little .ater me r4.nK
. . - ... u ,r""uu " ' : .1. . ...u .u-irip tn Africa
P. Meadows, Dusinesa . prv member oi congress irom ou ,. .ft machless leaders ior me,". - --- -
make a strong and dashing candidate j nn the
igent of the District Council Inter- Carolina voted on the Wall Street
national Brotherhood of Carpenters j side
i i TJ y-k. ;
nd Joiners. wrs arrearen acre.
Congressman Dies says Mr.
is an "evil genius" hovering over the
flanks of Democracy. That may be
so, but still it isn't a circumstance to
what is hovering just in front of the
. u .
And Mr. Wilson's manager asked
Col. Watterson to help him secure
campaign funds, and Col. Watterson
helped, but at the time,
Mr. WTilson didn't
would leak out.
i A Ur RrTfl.il
is an evil genius uu
intimates that Dies is a representa
tive ot the Lumber Trust! Suppose
this is another example of "Demo
If Underwood, Clark, Dies and oth
er leading Democrats believe what
they are saying about Mr. Bryan,
then they showed very little moral
courage when they walked up to the
polls and voted for him three times.
I ranroSPTltS oii? of the
Bryan ' unions implicated.
Frank C. Webb, h iormer nivmuvi
of the iron workers' executive board,
arrested in New York, figures promi
nently in Ortie McManigal's confes
sion. Webb, it is charged, was shown
bv McManigal where to do "jobs" in
lloboken and Jersey City. When all
arrets are made the Government will
reveal the facts, all names involved'
and the extent of the conspiracy,!
which it charges has for five or six ;
years been carried on by the union;
fact! officials and others against open
, shop" contractors.
I The bonds required for all defend-
Congressman Dies says Mr. Bryan jant8, it is said, will
hundred tnousanu uoiwib.
for their arraignment here March 12.
mong the early arrests reported was
Richard H. Houlihan, of Chicago, for
furthering violations of the Federal
statutes in connection with the South
Chicago explosion and assisting Mc
Manigal; John T. Butler, oi buuo.
first vice-president of the Internation
al Tr.n workers: Herbert S- noes.-
at . - .
of Detroit, second vtce-presiaent
and acting secretary-treasurer, ana
Fred Sherman, business agent, ar
rested here after Ryan's arrest. Hock-
in succeeded J. J. McNamara, now m
San Quentin prison, as s?"
treasurer. McManigal confessed that
Hockin "put him In the dynamiting
business." Bonds of Kyan, ttowiu
and Butler were fixed at 5,uou eac.
indictments held tnat me Mc
Namara brothers and McManigal were
merely agents of a vast conspiracy.
and their work in blowing up suruu-
tures. Including the Los Angeie
Times, was carried on j jc,ho
the behest of superior officers ana at
th solicitation of local unions. All
the defendants are charged with con-
,nirfl to transport dynamite aau
nitroglycerine in violation of the Fed
"The relations oi tb Unlld Btau
;to Spanish republic! turroundlng th
1 Carrlbean Sea and the Gulf of Mx
im nrt of the utmott lmDortancsi to
Tom Settle would Before It enaea ne aitn. , uf ln vjf?w of our ntCrtt and re-
--m AHU"' , sponslblllties in mat region. me
- at ... . a a mm w a m w mm . m . a mm, m mw mm. m
for Governor He is wise, eloquent ; Notwithstanding ia- 1 president ininas u win us oi arcv
ind handsome, and could handle rf Louis, hi successor, Phillip, 'on-j MEistanre in solving the diplomatic
, w nMir tn thft nueen's taste. We!;inud the war against the Infidels problema that are preenUng thm-
After they had thus voted, these j wouM then have that invincible " with great vigor. He wur assisted j teiteil from day to day. If we manifest
Congressmen, becoming uneasy about j triumTlrate Settle, Morehead and ; ,,y hir. uncle Charles. King of Sicily. our friendly latereU in thee. our
tha nttttnde of the people of the . A ... ' M hin 0r state. tV nracens were defeated an" the . neisrhborinc reDubllcs by a visit to
- - - I Ktinor ill kuiuc tii - r - ? - . ;
Xorth Carolina IXemocrats Try to
State and of the country toward the
Investigation, got together and issued
a statement declaring that they were
and what ship was ever manned by a King of Tunis sued for peae. Thejthem of lh Secretary of State. By
otronirer crew? Settle from the west, f French soldiers carried back a 1 creAtIng the clotr relation! and SC-
! v., fmm th center, and But- thinner which caused the de-'itn ov . lnjc lhtJ more euct Information
vi 1 1 ri urnu a a v v - - ? -
favor of an honest investigation. ; from tQe east pe0graphically andhe French King, members ov nijthat must come from such confer-
The Democratic politicians are now
working up a scheme to have the next
Legislature to increase the number of
Superior Court Judges from sixteen
to twenty-four. Only a few years
ago we had twelve Superior Court
Judges, then they were increased to
sixteen, and now they want to double
the former number. Why? Is it be
cause crime is on the increase, un
der Democratic "Good Government?
One thing is certain, and that is as
long as the present Democratic ring
is in control of the State, that each
year they will create more offices and
increase salaries and make more ex
penses, and then sell more bonds or
increase taxes to raise the money to
fill the hole caused by their extrava-
In their statement they say:
"We did not then and do not
now wish to be understood as be
ing opposed to an investigation
of the currency and
! poltically, would make up a team . famii
What could be depended upon. Please ; tants.
and thousands ov tne innawi- ? eac4f, De win he able to navs in
the capitals of these republics with
!pass this up. Mr. Editor, to the boys, pninp-fi second son. Philip, became
what they tblnn oi u. t King at the age v seventeen. J
W. F. SESSOMS. n Molar, grand-master ov the Tem-
win executed about this time effectively
. - ... a .
To vote in favor of putting thi. in-; IIIVESE AKVtSC. ! I M to have protea.ed . ' ?
the beads of their governments, he
will enable our government to deal
with existing quettions much mere
This will be the first
vosti ration in the hands of the com
mittee that the money trust wanted,
Philip an Pope Clement to appear
and then to declare afterwards that ; crops Destroyed in Area of 50,000 1 ton the throne ov the Almighty,
thev did it in good faith, is one of; square Mile No Hope of Reliefs ,n fortT day9 and the othr in a
the" silliest performances that any FoP Three Month Appeals For year aQ. a da Tbey both died in
Congressional delegation has been
guilty of in the history of the coun
try. Besides, notice the wording of
aiinttAd time, but wnetner me
an nft-Unecial request ov Molay had any-
?ss awpatcue. .u ( nn do wlth it u mother mutter,
announce that millions of Chl Klng wo. certainly agin
Press dispatches in
. yrta . w r w
their statement, lney no noi w ; tarvine to death on account j i ne r rncu
that they want the money trust in-
. i tKAa vftirfi destroyed
t i nl Tnca nj.w T ivrvra "
vestigated; they say currencf rftrHl la-t summer in one section
ndred problems. - f . countrT. One of the dls-
The fact is nobody haa propped to from NeW York Says:
investigate the currency. Cucy persons in Central
has commiuea no cniuc . .v nf .tarration" i irdU1"
question of investigating "pron- i,nma are ou ' ived by j Fam,!y troubles embittered the
M kindred or otherwise. It 1. - j read. tatemn Cammllltmr part ov Philip's life. The w
question of invesugating
xvu v..0 , . snmmer
mmmmwm I IS fnw 1 r rTl 5 1 1 m iT w
have done to corner me dertroved
ket. produce panics, and gamble on worst noou. M "
me cropu iu mm - ' -miles.
Many already have died ot
otattsties from the Census Bureau
in Washington show that diphtheria
Ad the death of 11,521 children
during 1910, the death-rate being
21 4 per 100,000 population. It con
tinues to be the most fatal epidemic
the distress of the: people.
It is noticeable that Mr. Hearst, m
his New xorK, unicago, oau
cisco and other papers, has pointed
out the danger of the whole ques
tion being white-washed and Is thun
dering each day in. his editorial col-
umns ana w&mius
that they cannot trifle with this ques
tion and fool the people.
The Revolution In Mexico.
The news coming from Mexico
shows that the revolution against the
neWMadero government is increas
ing. Already it Is announced that
Germany and England are threaten
ing to send troops to Mexico to jo
tect German and EngUsh Interesff If
the United States longer delays cjp
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hunger and unless prompt relief U
given multitudes of men. women and
children must perish. No harvest
can be expected until May. Until
then the famine will grow daily more
"There is a strong famine relief
committee in Shanghai, composed of
both foreign and Chinese of all faiths.
This committee employ as many as
Tvs!bl of those able to labor in
building dikes and sucn otner wor
i Vain in nrevent the recur-
rence of flood and famine. This
work Is in line with the recommen
dation of C. D. Jameson, an engineer
nt to China by the American Red
Cross. All Ubor Is to be paid for in
the Templars, for he not only pun
ished them severely, but confiscated
their estates. More than fifty or
them were put to death an the King
witnessed the bumln ov three ov the
! leadin officers himself.
. . .... Cl.n a ... A I I1H -mm l m m j.
men ana s me "'uw - - were accused ov in
tee. of which Bishop uavia a. - -' ..Am n-
the i ndemy w iunr - -
the women were placed in prison ior
life an' the accused men were hung.
The family troubles caused the death
ov the King In 1314.
Ill successor were -Louis the
Boisterous." "r-nuip we
Charles the Fair.- an' "Philip the
Fortunate." Jost why they were so
named does not appear. None ov
them "set the river on fire so tar ax
good deeds go.
The war between the last monarch
named an' Kiag Edward ov England
vox the next prominent event in the
history of France. A great naval bat
tle wuz fought at Slugs in 1340, In
which 30.000 Frenchmen perished.
after which Edward landed blx forces
an' laid selge to Tournay. The
Countess or Hainault. sister to Philip
an mother-in-law to the English
trnr mat 'rmt tn stoD the war. She
"For that reason the President has
directed the Secretary of the Navy
to put at the disposal of , the Secre
tary of State the cruiser Washington
for the purpose of making the trip.
Secretary Knox will leave from some
point In Florida within the next two
weeks and may be gone until the first
week ia April.
Given a BaaqBet.
The House Committee on Foreign
Affairs gave a banquet In Washing
ton Saturday night In honor of Secre
tary of State Knox, at which many
diplomats and Representatives In
Congress were present.
Representative Sulxer. Democrat,
of New York, Chairman of the For
eign Affairs Committee, presided. He
Introduced Secretary Knox as a con
structive statesman and a diplomat of
world-wide experience, of whoa the
people of America are Justly proud."
Barfed Two Dajs Before TTeddlns.
Miss Wills Clifton returned from
Windsor, Bertie County, fsw dsys
ago, where the went to attend tne
wedding of her friend. Miss llamte
Tediock. to Mr. T. E. Capehart, of
Avoea. The wedding was to have
taken place on the 24th of January,
but the groom-to-be was buried ca
the 22nd, having died of a con restive
chill. Great preparation had been
made for the wedding and a large
house party bad been invited to spend
two or three dsys previous.
Wadetboro Messenger. V1
grain, not in money. .
- gance and incompetency.
disease of childhood.