Thur4. April '24, !!U
AND UAU.K.H KXTEltritlNK,
-MtLIf MKI KVhKt THLKMMAY
CAJCAS1AN PUBLISHING COMPANY
ver this Lime? It beca 'bowling
'or bevtral yeaxa fur wbmt It lermi.
"States HiF.ht." but this time it ha a
failed to even rai&e a mild protest.
Hut what do-s States
auk. still i'i;mTi;.
(Continued from page 1-)
tsotn(t-r, fr hit ou
if ami on hundred an' fifty
ft lonr or bleb aid then you ould
rights who laist fall toted the Imtcrattc
down its the
ground probably Hi ft fe-et to set fast
amount to arsons friends? This time ticket, no declare opnly that here-j ow rena!r !o rrxri .rtul tn.
. II ikSC K I IT I K A T r :
A X HuNTHS.
after thy will vote for hat they
want instead of for what they don't
"Mr. Wf-hb of uih and in.."
The Youth's Comparison ha pab-
ins a rot at the pie counter, by the lbd a picture of Ungriman
. .., . . f ,n Webb, of the Ninth District of our
grace of Mr. Wilson, and 5S afraid to bul hM JaU.lf.d Jt -Mr wbb
criticise the actions of the Presidents of goQtn Carolina." The Youth'
it is a Democratic Department of Jus
tice who would ignore "states
lj0'ritrhtR." Or in it due to the fact that
the editor of the Observer is occupy-
Tin: cm'NTitv "iiuackit
Companion a mislead, no doubt, in
the placing of Mr. WVbb in South
XHK "IlKi STICK" NOW AND TIIKN Carolina by the fact that hen the
Congressman Underwood, n reply Dutches sent out from Washing- Mountain, hich WM fought
to protests against the Democratic ton state that President Wilson ls by Nortb Caro!ina troop, to wve thr
'tariff bill, is reported to have said preparing to wield the "big stick" on Stale from invasion of British troops,
that he cannot be frightened from the Senate. Democratic Senators iiajJ been erected, not on North Caro
putting through his bill, by threat must accept the kind of tariff the lina J lh r"rc11R
of damage that will result therefrom. President wants or the big stick will J J" more than a
because he believed that the country be put into action. The dispatches j effort to have his name con
was "braced" for the shock of the announce that the President has uected wiln the King's Mountain bat-
creat reductions as well for the free glven notice that he will appeal to tie and monument, and it is natural
fe .. j .i.ot ihu Vnuih's fomnanion should
rf nrf now. .v.Q miintrv lr tne enaiors uu uv . nun ii
prtur at an about the North t'olr
Hut 1 gud at th Urn that h!
ranged from two to four hundrej de-
KT9 blow XfTO Hut I dids t it .
az col 1 up thar az 1 did rsl!n' in
that thar airnhip near the White j
Hou-. We oors landed rite in front
os tat ioor next o ir.ny I
Avenue an I told the arrjaitor or
whatever they rail Ym in Dutr h to
hitch up hit machine to a t r an'
-ait till I d ruth in an' he a talk
1th Pr-ld-nt Wllcor.. if he hap
pened to be at home "Mr 3 there.'
said the airship man. "fer they U t
many here loikin' for job that he
can't get away no matter what hap
pens" That made me rite nick on
my tttumack but I made a rush an'
got in Will let you knew the result
later, if they Iz any result,
Az ever. ZKKK HILKINS
trade schedules. , - have fixed in its mind that the King s
every one regrets that the country Dack him up and he proposes to raise unta,n baUle wa8 in Soulh Caro-
forced to "brace" itsell BUth a fire that the senators win u- in that Mr ubb muBt havt. also jir. Miiis i.. .ioore. v n.ei o me
. . .. . i . v,..- . . Wtathpr Mitrpan at Washington, has
against such attacks upon the inuus- cnarged with tne dW. b JZez I ot the lighting heen removed from office ly Presi
tries of the country. platform pledges. , ' Wilson. The charge against Mr.
In this connection it will be re- When President Roosevelt used the j between etriot P joun. Moore is that he used his office force
membered that President Wilson has. ..big stlck" the News and Observer ; Carolina goU but to try to boost himself for Secretary
,tired that he was and other Democratic papers called ; North Carolina of Agriculture. Mr. Moore was dis-
' kiii . u u ...rant hut not . Ti... ,.rrtsal th State lin appointed when the President did not,
in favor of arranging the tariff bill him a monarch and a tyrant, but not, . roopg jhe eroded th e be a,nt hlm of Agriculture!
so as "to hurt the industries of the a word naB the News and O se , o Z -t his resignation to President!
country aa little as possible." mere 8ay against Mr. w uson duu iB Ig of Nonh Carolina. This is ex- Wilson to become effective July 1.
are tens of thousands of Democrats. stick that he proposes to wield. butiactly what the patriotic Green Moun- The President had accepted this re-
out wuuuiew it iicu inh
ere preferred and then re-
oore at once.
today wondering why they ever vot- probably the editor of the News and j tan boys of- Vermont did when the signation. bu
ed to'put in power a party that was observer is afraid he might have English To mov'S MS
determined on hurting the industries disc0nnect with the pie counter j started to invade the btate
. V. : mratnet Vl 1 ' fflOIlt. ......
of the country, at all.
should he say anything against his
The Green Mountain boys organiz-;Kligh-s Primary For V,,nmissmn-
Only a few days ago, the Charlotte boss
Observer, in an editorial, warned the
should not cut the tariff duties on
cotton, so low as to reduce the price
ed at Bennington, in Vermont, and
I marched over the line into the State
u.r HOW THE RKADKKS Or A i ai r,i , . and met the Briti8h
I I I X I I lir I -mm A wa-K V I v '
CAN LKK 11 MAii -a.
A primary was held in Raleigh
Monday to nominate the three com-
soldiers at a point seven miles dis-! missioners to be voted on in the May
ThA Western Carolina Enterprise, ; tant from Bennington, and there de- election who will control the city un
1 ne n0 nonnlo nf Vermont 1 der the commission Dlan. Mayor Jas.
. . cnunrtirt weekly newspaper, puo-; tu. " . "..J i ,
. twelve to eight cents . . ..iHid not Dut the monument aL uie.i. juunsuu ieu iui uu,u x.
Ol CUttui .jiit'iTi ncvi 1 1 o V I . . . naS naui . . . :iIt- i.n : .u .1
lisnea at 4j"""v-1 - I sight of this battlenela, on me son j r rausnn jiwen umi in imr i a aau
. .u nr. many friendly chats wun us eu- f New ycrk, but they erected a mag- tnese two men win now De in me race
taken as a conression iroiu scribers in its editorial columns, with nifiCent monument to the memory of ; for this position. The other four who
lotte Obserrer that it regrets having rM1,i That paper i these Vermont boys, at Bennington. J were nominated and will be voted on
supported a party that would thus at- much pleasant results. Jon'the soil of Vermont. at the same time are Messrs. O. G.
ma.e the ereatest indus- in its last issue closed one of these, monument to the North Caro-! King. Willard L, Dowell, Jno. T.
lilCft. auu v- p.- c, , A fllc- ' . ... , . , m T': i T nA T Tl Co-o.11
lina heroes at tne Dane oi niugs juuco, uu iv. u. - "u.
Mountain, should have been built on! Mr. W. C. Harris was the leading
the North Carolina soil, and located 'candidate for police justice.
in the town of King's Mountain, of
a pound. This, of course, must be
try of the Sonth.
The cotton mill men from the
South, who were here last week pro
testing against the Democratic tariff
bill, and declaring that it would close
up their mills are, no doubt, in the
game frame of mind along with the
In this connection it is not very
pleasing or comforting to note that
the English and Canadian press are
delighted with the Democratic tariff
ANOTHKIl CASE OF INTENSE
RACE HATRED. !
There seems to be an intense race
feeling aroused in California against
the Japanese. A bill is pending be
fore the Legislature of that State to
prohibit the Japanese from owning or
President Wilson has written the
Governor of that State urging that
such a law should not be passed as
it would create a very strained re
lation between this country and the
government of Japan. But it seems
that California is so inflamed on this
race question that the objectionable
bill will pass.
The fact that it has been possible
to stir up such a race feeling over
the Japanese question in California
will, no doubt, cause the editor of the
News and Observer to wish that a
large number of the Japanese could
be imported into North Carolina so
as to enable him to use that race is
sue, (since the negro question has
been played out), to stir up race feel
ing in our State.
He and Senator Simmons would be
able, no doubt, to use in this State
such an intense race feeling as now
exists in California tt distract atten
tion from the miserable misgovern
nient of the State by the Democratic
State machine, and especially from
friendly chats as follows:
"Wo are sending our
scription statements this week.
It costs money to send these.
Please don't throw them aside.
Pay up without making this
item cost more. By being
prompt, you are put to no more
expense and you help us make
a better paper for you.
"Come right along, neighbors,
with the "balance due" and let's
keep up the good fight. Don't"
put it off until you come to town
(next summer), but let Uncle
Sam bring it to us this week
that's when the paper bills and
the pay. rolls fall due."
The Caucasian wants its readers.
! this State, also just seven miles from j Why Editor Uws Gave Up the Post
j the battlefield. j 0ce-
j If Mr. WTebb cannot have the mon-j Mr. R. Don Laws, the Yellow
iument removed and placed in King's; Jacket man, has resigned as postmas
Mountain, then he should take steps 'ter at Moravian Falls. Mr. Laws has
to have another monument erected in j been employing a lady to manage the
this town, to the great valor of ou office but he says all of them get
! patriotic heroes.
BILK INS AT WASHINGTON.
(Continued from page 1.)
a revenue offiser an a magistrate
an' hev bin a married man long er
nuff to hev a silver weddin', if I
cared to fool the publick in sich
i married and for this reason he has!
I decided to give up the office. Ex.
scriptions up to date
we hope the readers of the Enter
who have neglected to keep their sub- things. Sidle your airship up here.
to respond as put plenty av oil on nu an lei net
flicker, or flop or do whatver air
ehins aid made fer. an' above awl
prise will respond. A little less than , fee quicli erDOUt nit fer they iz goin'
1 00 responded to our reminder of last . ter De a panick among these offis-
week Why can not everv one of the j seekers in less "than two hours.
S0' till behind respond during the . "Climb in. there." sed he "an' git
M SHU oeiiiuu v & d(?ath jp on hlt fer hlt goes up
present week? W e have oeen squaie
with you, now be square with us.
: Fattier Shoots Son and Then Commits
A dispatch from Hendersonville. N.
C. Tuesday night says:
"R. H. Liverett, seventy-seven
years Of age, and John Liverett, his
son. forty-eight years old, became in
volved in a dispute while at work in
a field near here this afternoon,
which resulted in death to both
The father shot his son's had off
and then committed suicide.
like greased lightnin'." I wuz scared
worse than I wuz at the battle ov
Seven Pines near Richmond, bat I
Turkey and Balkan Allies Sign Arm
istice. Constantinople, April 20. Dele-
GET A wouldn't let' on. They say that lib- i gates representing Turkey and all the
erty iz sweet; so iz a gude perlitical 1 Balkan Allies, with the exception of
job, especially a Dymakrat job, I im- ! Montenegro, signed an armistice on
agine, bekase you know that they iz j Saturday at Bulair.
at least five million, nine hundred j .
ov the six million voters in the party
who will be envyin' you with tearful
eyes an' awl their mouths a-waterii'.
The airship shot up into the air
Some days ago Senator Simmons
and Congressman Godwin recom
mended a man named Furloig for
postmaster at Wilmington and asked
President Wilson to send his name
to the Senate for confirmation. Some
of the citizens of Wilmington pro- j an the man who wuz runnin' hit a
tested and claimed that Furlong was! hangin' on fer dear life. Cold chills
x., u ni, onH the wuz chasin' up an' down my back
not suitable for the place, ana me r
not sunauie v bQne .q Jegs thaQ tea seconds j
people didn't want him. The Presi-, cagt Qne anxious eye down acroct
dent held up the appointment and; the pertomick River to see if I con 1
told Messrs. Simmons and Godwin! see Mrs. Bilkins who I knowed wou- 1
l AaMAaA to annoint a Mr.i be a feedin her chickens or maybe
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The quickest and surest cure f"r burns,
bruises, boils, sores. Inflammation ani aii
skin diseases is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. In
four riavs ir nireri I.. H. Hafiln of Xrt-c'.f'A
a sparrow-hawk with me J Texas, of a sore on his ankle which pained
him so he could hardiy walk. Should be In
every house. Only Za cents. Ktcommen j-d
by all druiseiMs.
Green postmaster, bat would give ;
them a chance to endorse Mr. Green j
if they so desired. They took their
spanking and endorsed the inevitable.
This was a complete turn down for
Simmons and Godwin and shows that
their recommendations to the Presi-
cieanin' the dead leaves off the yard,
but couldn't see half way thar, I
don't reckon. If any ov my readers
ever ride on a airship be sure an
take on a ten cent overcoat before
you start up, or, maybe, two or three,
fer you -will get powerful cold be
fore you git two hundred feet high.
My teeth wuz chattern tergether
playin' a chune and my knees wuz
hittin' tergether so fast that I ex-
A DAKE LADY'S LV?zhL.
Tc j.: 'rr.iv-z f ufTen"" cf rheuc.aNi: .- stb
cr tDuscui&r or of tLe joints, sciatic., ibuiros,
fcackatfi?. pains in the kidneys cr r-uriU"-
rains. f Trite to her for a bctre irtzaect
wbic!i has repeatedly curtd all ot tic v tortures.
Ehe t eeii. it ir duty to send it to e.: r.f!erers
FREE. Yt3 cure yourself at home cst-ousanda
will testify ne chariire of ciia:a:o t-e:r: neces
sary Tnis simple discovery banifbos uric acid
from the blood, loosens the stifft r.ed Joists, pur
ifies tne blood, and brighter toe er. srivte
elasticity and tone to the whole srtei- it
a bore interests you. for prof address
trs. M. Summers, lioX , Notre Dame, JsA.
dent are not worth much, and some-
the infamous mortgage on the State
which the Simmons machine deliver- ' . i pect the sparks wug playin from j YOU will find at OUI Store
ed to the corporations and trusts with1 Since Congressman Godwin has j them, though I didn't hev time j aJJ e new and TXipular books
. , , ' . , oof j look fer sparks nor nothin else. Is 1 1
the consent of the said Josephus lost out on his man for postmaster j aIr Qf flctj0Ih
Daniels. ,at Wilmington ne nas asKea iue ust-! responsible fer so many people hav- j
master General to let him name thejjn nervous transportation. Airship!
STATE HATES AND "STATES j fourth class postmaster in his dis-lair az dangerous az cotton gins or j
RIGHTS." trict feut Mr Godwin mav even lose j apendiceetus to cripple an' kill peo-j
A. . . pie. win say mai i maae a trips
le o criir, ac tha fourth class nostmasterS' ,
away up north ov Greenland a year
or so ago to discover the North Pole, j
-a u av it . v j r i
is My Choice of
Duke's Mixture Presents"
Amonf the many yalcablc prrrnt now given
with .jrCrJiDukr'Mtitoretberf t otnrthtn to
alt yrry tate anj In tbu all-p4tn aUfatkm the
preenU re etactly like the tobacco Ittelf. For all cUe
f zarn hke the selected Vtrjtnia mod North Carolina bright
leaf that 70a get in
ii m w w m m m. mm mm
Now thU famous old tobacco will le tnorr rtpuUr
than ever for it i now a Liifett & Ayets lrairr, and
U equal in quality to any granulated tobacco you can boy.
If joo haven't amoked Dukr's Mutuc with the
Liggett 3 Myers name on the hag try it now. You
will like it, for there is no better value anywhere.
For c yea get mmd m kmtf ounces of choice irraRulatrd
tobacco, nnsarpaasad by aaf lo quality, tod with ecb aark jtm
get a book of cigarette papers KRF.E.
Now About the Free Present
The coupaos new packed with I.tgzett f Myft Daka'a
Mixture are good for all torts of valuable preaeota. The prea
eots coat 70a not ooe penny. The ht iociudea not only
taekers' artwJee bet
nmaej dratrablepreaests for
weraea and cbiWreo fiok
feuataio pens, umbrellas,
cameras, todet articlee, .
tenaia racqnets, catcher's
glovea and masks, etc.
At a special offer saw sm9
mmndym ewr iUmmtrmtd
emtmlmgwm mi pfmnt FREE.
This offer expires December
31. lllS. Jut send name aa4
address on a postal.
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An unexpected development in th"e'agajn as the fourth class postmasters
State rate cases, which have been'are stm under the civil service.
pending before the United States Su
preme Court, occurred Monday when
the Department of Justice obtained
the permission of the court to file a
brief as a "friend of the court."
The contention of the government
in the brief was that the Inter-State
Commerce Commissiop is supreme
over State ratemaking bodies, and
may annul State regulations in the
disguise of State rates, when Inter-
State Commerce is affected substan
And where is the News and Obser-
WITH THE EDITORS.
Democrats are great for reducing
the tariff, but they always want to
reduce it on the other fellow's stuff.
May be that cotton mill men voted
with the Democrats without having
the least idea that they would be
elected. Durham Herald.
"Are you the same man who ate
any mince pie last week?"
"No, mum, I'll never be the same
New York Mail.
man again !"-
which lets ov men had lost their
lives a-huntin' fer and had failed. I
found the temperature to run very
low up thar. I didn't hev any ther-
Come to our
come to Ral-
pains in the stomach. j eigti, write us lor a catalog
If you continually complain of pains In j , DnfllC ' i "DDIOITC?
the stomach, your liver or your kidneys are Ot lfte UUlVO alia X IX.IL'E.O.
out of order. Neglect may lead to dropsy.! 11 1 e J 1
kidney trouble, diabetes or Bright s disease. ! QU Will aJSO IinCt 3. nlCC line
Thousands recommend Electric Bitters as
Sn'e mTde.H. ?.S.ton."? iSSS Bibles at our store, which
s:!l"-MypieyShwudi we are selling popular prices.
and my liver did not work risht. I suffer-
V 1 . IT" ! T)i. ... I
mended and I Improved from the first dose.
I now feel like a new man." It will im
prove you. too. Only 50 cents and 11.09.
Recommended by all druggist.
I BOUGHT AND I
KaSei ITBiatrlble SPorEts
Shipments made to any part of
the State at same price
as at shop.
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