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PRICE ONEDOLLAR A YEAR
rKntervJ at the Post Office be bora as
For Railroad Commissioner:
For Congress Seventh District:
ROBERT N. PAGE. ;
Fur Solicitor Tenth District:
Wm. C. HAMMER.
For State Senate: .
' J.R. BLAIR.
For House of Representatives:
Wm. P. WOOD, W,. T. FOUSIIEE
For Clerk of Superior Court:
W. C. HAMMOND.
S.' L. HAYWORTII."
For Register of DeJs:
X P. BOROUGES.
' ' For Surveyor:
H. A. ALBRIGHT. ..... .
DR. I)tX F6X.j:;j l.
For County Commisaiencr?
A. N. BULLA, H,- G,XASSITK,
J. Wv COX.
GO TO WORK.
It may be- true that the Demo
crats can win withont effort. -in
this campaign, but that is not the
way to go at it. It Is trne that the
state will go Democratic, under any
circumstances, but that is not what
we want. We want to snow the
Republicans under. We want to
teach Marion Butler that when his
hand is put on the throttle of North
Carolina, it means destruction to
him and air who follow him. We
want a hot campaign. We want to
send a solid Democratic delegation
The Republican are making a
desperate effort, under the leadershiv
of Butler; the purpose is to increase
the vote m the State, and elect as
many Republicans as possible. To
counteract this, there must be en
thusiasm aroused. The Democratic
nominees and Township leaders
should not let nutters dxag, but the
vote of the party should be polled
There is too much indifference
the part of Democrats. Erery Dem
ocrat should get to work among hi6
neighbors, in the interest of hia par
tv, and of good govern nipnt.
There is no lack of interest on
the part of Republicans; every vote
they have is going to count. They
will vote every man, even in the
counties where they have not a ghost
of a chane of an election. They
are making desperate efforts all over
the State. There are, here and there,
a few disgruntled Democrats, who
are giving them comfort,' but this
will not affect results, so as to
change the election of any one.
It is the plain duty of every
Democrat, not only to vote himself,
but to get -is many of his neighbors
a3 possible to vote with him. The
leaders and the caudi dates
should put some "ginger" in their
speeches and arouse enthusiasm.
This done, and all will be well.
fi.,.h,lMti.i6''tJX bonds. Yealt
ago he BaiJ he never would be a
llepaibliciiri;aidhe was a Democrat,
and i friend; to-tbff . people,
hVis a Republican, and making re
publican speeches i'u tliis'state; owns
the controlling stack in the' only
Republican' newspaper in the state;
and ia actually in charge or tne re
publican party, 'not only in the
State, but he dispenses patronage at
EVERYBODY INVITED. v
Mr. E. Muffittaud Mr. J. A. penie.
u,h School House, Thursday
night, October 4, l'JOG, at 7:30.
- Cedar Falls, Saturday night,
October 0th 19u0, at 7:30.
Hopewell School House, Ihurs
day night, October 11th 1906 at
Hrul'. J. M. W ay.
Welch's School House Monday
nijrht Oct. tfth 7 o'clock.
AW Hoie Academy Tuesday
nig at -Oct. IHb 7 o'clock.
Spero School House Friday night
!.. 12th 7 o'clock.
Mt. Olivet Academy ihursaay
night Oct. ISth 7 o clock.
Coleridge School House Friday
night Oct. 19th 7 o clock.
Mr. Jiio.T. Hrlttalii.
"-Liberty. Wednesday night, Octo
ber, 17th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Ramaeur. Thursday night Octo
ber 18th at 7:30 o'clock.
': Sophia, Wednesday night, Octo
hm- Slth. at 7:30 o'clock.
. Franklinville, Thursday night,
rWnhar 5Kt.h at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. H. m. n.wji-ni--; V: .rrj?
WnrthviTfe -' Wednesday "' r trisrh t.
October 10th,"l90tr'at 70 o'clock,;.
oUNG PEOPLES' DAY.
Mr. H. M. Robln?MKl J, . KedrtWg.
Rocky Bldge-' fecbobl 1ouser Fri
day night, October :5th at 7:30.
Shepherd flohool House, Saturday
night, October 6th, at 7:30.
Mountain i View School House,
Thursday night,' October 11th, at
Browers Chapel School Honse,
Friday night,. October 12th, 1900 at
7:30 o'clock. . . . ,
Mr.Juu. T. Brlttalu.
Trinity College, fiiday night
October 5th at 7:30 p m.
Mr. J. K. Ilia I r.
Why Not Academy Monday night
Oct.6th at 7:30 o'clock.
Caraway School House Tuesday
night Oct. 9th at 7:30 o'clock.
PleaBant Hill School Hoxise Wed
nesday night Oct. 10th at 7:30
Randleman Thursday night Oct.
11th at 7:30 o'clock.
Pisgab Friday uight Oct. ISth at
Franklinville Saturday night Oct.
13th at 7:30 o'clock.
Gnu's Chanel School House,
Thursday' night, "November 1, 1906,
at 7:3u o clock. , . . : , .
rrngraui service to lie Held at
- . Uortlivllle.
' Sunday, Oct.' 14th, will be cele
brated as Young People's Day at
the Methodist Protestant Church at
The program is as follows:
10:30 o'clock A; m.
Devotional exercises A. 0. iJyrick.
Address Prof.T. C. Amick.
Presentation of Banners
2:00 o'clock v. m.
&a ' . . .
10 Address "Opportunities aim
Feasibilities of Young People"
Prof. J. M. Way.
"The Dauger of Being Side-tracked"
Dr. C. V. llubbard.
Conference "Mutual Help for Old
and Young" Led by Rev. J.
II. Button, Pastor.
7:00 o'clock r. m.
Recitation "Readv for a Hiss
Recitation "Wanted: A Minister's
Wife" Yida Hicks.
Recitation "Farmer Dean's Conver
sion" Sallie Prevost.
o . . .
Recitation "Life is W hat Ve Make
It" Allie Jackson.
Recitation "Be Careful What You
Say" Florence HiTliard.;;
Recitation-p-"Dimes and . Dollars"
Bessie Clay too. '
Recitation "T h e Last Hymn'
Rose Myrick. I
Recitation "The Freckle-faced lit
tle Girl" Velna Jacjkson.
Address Rev. T. M. Johnson, Pres-
' identof N. C. M. P. Conference.
Mti Hlark Eutertalns at Her Hme at
.', At her beautiful borne in North
Raniseiir. A naif T.pp RImoIc ptitpr-
tained a number of her frjends Fri
A drawing contest was engaged in,
Miss Pauline Allrd winning the
prize for the best drawing. Miss
Massie Scott won the booby. At 10
o'clock all were invited" into the
dining room which was beautifully
decorated with feins and potted
plants. Delightful refreshments
were served. Ihen followed a
miiBical program arranged by Misses
Lizzie Smith, Ora Scott, and Prof.
G. 0. Weatherly. All went to their
respective homes after spending a
most delightful evening and voting
Miss Black a most charming hostess.
Those present were: Misses Pau
line Allred. Mary and Lizzie Smith,
Daile Whitehead, Mabel Ham, Mas
sierra, and Annie Soott, Florence
Luther, Norva Whitehead and Mrs.
V. C. Marlev: Messrs. OeWitt
UV.orht. V. Marh Tlrmtfan Cnr
tis, M. Ed Johnson, Henry Kinirey,
ricKeii i urner, James ljamueiT,
Charles Hrmvti. Ounar Weatherlv.
John Parks, Vaughn 'Marlev, Sam
lirady, and i'rof. O. E. WcUanless
One disease of thinness in
chihlivn is scrofula ; in adults,
eon.siiin;ition. Both have iioor
Mood ; hoth need Hiore fat.
Ti.eso dieses tlirive on . loan-
m'ss. rtir i inc i"M, iiimiiio-ui
voironiiiifj; them ; cod liver oil
nuikcs the lx.'t and healthiest
t'.it and '.
is the easiest and most effective
form of cod liver oil. Here' n
ii.it ural ordor of things'; tlirtl
j,vj nliv Krntt'n Kmulsion is
of so much value in all cases of
scrofula and consuini.tioia.Mori
fat, more weight, iiioje nourish
inent, that's vv. .
Stn for five sample. ,
SCOTT, & BOWNE, Chemir
409-4IMW Stfett, Nfw'VoA' ' '
0e.an$t.9 , W u ' ; Muffai
Miss Lizzie Parks, .daughter i of
in Parks. of Seaurove. died on
Thursday, Sept 274 after about two
week's rllness oi typnoia tever., ..:;
:TjizU:was about eiffhteen -years
of age. It is sad to think tkat one
an vrtnii)7 should be called awav
w npn iuhl uuuuiuif iulu uuiauyuuu
but we know that God knows best,
and aoeth all tniugs well. Mie was
a kind Arid centle ifirlJ who will be
Badly missed b her relatives and
friends.- ' : ' :' . ' '
She leaves a father, three brothrs
and three sisters to mourn'' their
loss. We extend to thehi onr deep
The Democratic" patty is the only
party that has ever given to the peo
ple a dean and tjconumical adminis
tration of public affairs-
With Marion Butler at the bead
of the opposing forces, no trne man
who knows the-biatory x his .state,
and W& 3 TBI jm?kni
good to comeOtrw,SWlAuer
shin. Not only hisparty, which
he iavDV.ib9te$tr,9fi .if;iiable;to
be sold out like stock: 3n.jSouth Da
kota, or to any purchaser, at any
time, btrt he is liable - to betray and
sell the state, if he could do it, if he
Old line Peiablicans( ire cailed
on to turn Over tnerr oanner w Min
on Butler. The Federal office-hold
era have put bJKttJbafg. gtyti
are Wnymen in uie epami-
can-f im we
do not see b)w amyffodjtrna man
can follow Buch leadership.
Butler Bays he does not want
office; he says he does not want to
Hon. J. R. Blair, .'Ilemocratic
Nominee for State Senate in this
.liatrir. will lie with the Democrat
ic candidates at the following times
and places: '
Widow Kenney's Monday, October
15th- , ,'
New Hope Academy, luesday,
Farmer, Wednesday, October 17th.
Ramsenr, Wednesday, October
31st. , f " . .
Liberty, Thursday, otember 1st.
THo Uenuldicun nominee is re
quested to be present at all these
appointments, aim uiiiu
tim.. wi iit civen.
T.Ht!ill the people, regardless ot !
political beliets, turnout to near
the issues discussed.
This Sept. 28, 15)00.
W. J. ScARBdRO,
Chm. Dem. Co. Ex. Com.
Senator F. M. T3ifti)tu6s
man of .tblit-DempcratiCf Exe
cutivtU&utittte.and 3ri& J8
Adams, chairman ot-tne. Btate e
publican Executive Committee, have
agreed upon tne uuircvmcon w w
ninin of the attorney general as
i,a timp the re?istration books
should open ana . Close; tor me up-
hiDgeletttoli-- '" !. '
o hnok-i.'- should' open , at 6
o'clock . m oar,Thvrsday. Octo
hpr 4th. 1906. and "close at ann'Set
on Saturday,. October 27, 1906.
News and Observer.
Hoit. V. M. Sliniiioun Fired "lrt Kim
j In Adieboro Lnat U'flk.
Tlie campaign opened at Ran
dolph . last ThnVsJay night' ' when'
State Chairman, F. M. Simmons ad
dressed a packed house of ladies and
gentlemen at the courthouse. Mr.
Simmons is a pleasunt speaker
with convincing power and his ad
dress served to uind closer the demo
crats bo in ai d him and whs a vote
wiuiier. as applied to 'b(j, doubting
Thoniasi-s present.' ' . .
The Courier expected to publish a
full text of his speech this week
but for unavoidable reasons i3 unable
to . .o so. The address will be
presented next wtek however.
. v - ,
Mt. Ollvrt Items.
Mia. W. Tuatrue vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. C. ll.,Tysor, Sun
day. 4 ' '
''The; farmers haye commenced
reotl,oiii(T nnrl, ullil rpllfirts A POuA
deal f it damaged the Wet Weath-
Ti4 I. (). Sn pp., aad. children.
arjd d Tysor aud wtfeJ visiting
weeki - ! ini.i
QUitaa ci'owd frOm here 'atlfend-
WE HAVE ALREADY
We did it when we sent our
buyer to Northern markets
He has returned with the most
select line of Dress Goods, and
Notions ever offered and at
the same prices, or less than
you find on the counters at a
. They are on display at our
store now. All; the leading:
fabrics and shades in wool,
sflk plaids, craNrtenette, etc.
5 The best, convenient sizes
and durable at easy prices.
iP.Mf" don't want to pay ; ;
IhMitM cK ArW mhc nisi:'
I 811 it. VOU Id a 1 .:!!,:
,iTlMT)iaaooi'' is our pace maker
nda its Up.r&y oVfe otter ; shoes ; at the
riwriss $wrioUatwriiof the excellence
Womea'a-lBlack, JJiamonds" retail at
wewct. mo! rwz sftoes t twnany(w& foastiffmivar
SOLD BYr THE ..ASHEBQRQ.iDBPARTMENTi StQRgf
1 :I will attend nt the rilloiliug
forthe vfariOOO:."!!))!'! If. .
Cedar Grove. ' ' ' ' :'-' !
Kew Hope, ' '' i':'1 : - '
Comoro, , - . .. ;. !. ; . i
Tabernacle, . ' , i , , . i ,
NewSlarket, " " 1 ' 1 ' .
I'nion. ''- , ' ' ' ; '
Richland,, ,- i
Brower.: (. :,.',
Pleaaant Orpve, ,
Rack Ciek , '.; : ;
Frouklitiyille, , u,-
Liljertv.' ' "' '
Raiidlenuiu, , . .
The noaiia'-'tit of botu parties
fioqs will 1 with me at the al)ove
cussed, and pay your taxes. '
titan a9 pUce;f ir the purpose uf eollectin;, taxes' .";
-Wl(Ktr Kihwey'si ''''
.' . JTeiv Bipe Acadmy, -.
, Former. . .,! ' , v.':
,' , R'. Skeeu'H.- .,
: ,7 ' Triuiir '" ' ' v," .
- New Market
". . Lebau Sink's,
;:, (i Ji. E. i'ow'B,
'' Coleridge, ! '
'Bethel, .. )- .,...
' 'Rlllil!l, j - , I
'! Liwrty, 1 ,i J
A; J. ChftnuieAs, ,'' '
" -f Fridays r i
-TlmrSdaV.-''' 't 2T.th
Friday, ... " -'.th.
.. Suturday,, " 27 th.
"' "TuesUdy. ;'"'"! 30tU.
Wedneajuy, '' , 31st.
' ' Thursday,- No4' let.
' Fridav, 2d.
" S.ii,,Hav XI
fnr'il.B Cpneml Assemlilv. ai.il the various. :.ui!ty of-.
'appiMiitinent. I'lea eUne out, btur the ij dis
' ' " Vours Trul v, ' ' " ,
. ' T. .T. Fim-!i, SSteriff.
Carpets and Rugs
T5he DRUG Store
next door to the Bank.
Come in and buy sorrie bulbs for winter blooming
S0prqd V-ll(ps Hyacinths
If you want any of the magazines or fashion
books it will pay you to drop in.
Bargains in Books.
I ho tax books for 1006'are" in the hands
of th oqliector , and must l collected at
once. WheB not otherwise engaged in said
cellectar, the'' undersigned can be found at
the office ol the Aabeboro Courier.
W. A. Bt-scH.
1 Tax collection, for the Town of Asheboro.
ea papcpiDg ai . ,4a hqp, m uuaj -. t
lief iMsauu wv,,uJw,,iiccH..ipvJ
his eter Mrj T, HrbrtTysqr has
lfX)Wafrth homeolBob DasM, Mis.8
Lilli DaVia to If."Ciero McMaster,
T. f . Millikan, 3. P.," officiafiig;
1 To Cure a Cold it 'One Dav
Tale MKffTPfR 9 .inej
Tablia. Druggist re tun J moDey if it - faile
tocie. E W GRJt4 allure ia on
4V,rinn-ol1 Plroa. have mat received
They can oe seen ai meir sutuiea uu
Depot St. Asheboro.
That eatch the eye and fit the
purse 'at sight. Don't think
you get a $15.00 rug; iot $10
from a mail order house.
I Shoes, the Best
BROWN'S SHOES for la
' dies and children. Crossett's
for men and a varied line of
cheaper but serviceable goods.
fiords - Scarboro-
1 Moffitt Co.
4 ( The Largest
I '.' Beit by Test:.';'-"':
I jEBtabiished 1898,.' y-,.
Iaies a spectafty of French
Cleaning- and Pyeihg. It is a -Process
of 'dry cleaning:,-- the
nly ' Way to- clean' ladies', .
Ichild tra'i "and' gentlemen's'
plotting-, and household dra
Iperies, Without i injury to the
jjfabric- ' ' ' ' '
Collar, cuff and , shirt work
unsurpassed. Packages . re
IreivrA no taVPrAneji&av 'morn- '
I ing at 10 o'clock, for Saturday
W.' Al COFFIN, i-Agent,
At Wood & Moring's.
Asheboro Drug Company,
J. D. Simpson, Manager.
HIGH POINT MACHINE WORKS
High-class repairing in all lines. Manufacturers of Steam
Engines, Saw Mills, Lathe Mills and Pumping Machinery. ,
None but expert mechanics employed. We make a
. specialty of repairing, on heavy machinery and solicit cor
respondence. ' '
IF YOU REQUIRE PROMPT SERVICE . W RITE US.
Mrs Luther Burraae.-ef.Concoru,
ts visiting her aoat Mrs.. O. Arnold.
Va., Monday momiag, accompanied
by Miss Jeunie Shaw, of Worthvilla,
Mtb. Cicero Jarrett, and.. Mrs. P.
ArmstroHg and danghtej, of Cen
tral Falls, and Mr, Orris Walker,
of Carajray, all whom go for medi
cal and snrgical treatment.--, '
" .Henry . Mofgtt," of Worth ville,
Cplumbus county. , has been. visiting
his sister, Mrs. E. H, doley,
Mr and Mrs. Clar6nce Groce, are
receiving congratulations on the arri
ral of a fine ton.
i .l-r.n-i n.-f. I . 'J ij.-v i. ; "'
I have a full line of attrao"
tive designs in wall: paperi-
and Can nangr. same. Refer
'ence: given .. -
M. Hammond. ' Asheboro. N f
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
CDPP Knoririe- what it
auffer, I will give free of charjLi
any aHlicted a positive cur 7.:
iemi, Salt Rheum, Ervsip
Pifcs and vSkio Diseases. ,
relief. Don't suffer -longer, Vr t
F. W. Wlliams, 400 Manh
I Ave-, New York. Enclose it.