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The Asheboro Cornier
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Wm. C. HAMMER, Editor.
-Knterecl at the Post Office at Asheboro as
ennui C - MtitU'r.
This county is safely Democratic
and a good majority have said so
at the polls, despite the desperate
effort to debauch and corrupt and
lM,'u wiuuua i..ulo,
of the County.
Tli.m,,i.k nominated Hour-!
, : , , , .. . . , iof the Odil rellows, of North Caro
ed out the sheckels and it is said that ,agt J&nmry
that the proof ou tnem m many j welv utm members and now the
cases is clear in their numerous ef-j 13,000 mark has been passed show
forts to corrupt what is called the ' ing that the order is making rapid
Moating or purchasable vote, in two progress.
or three townships. . A registered letter containiiig
One prominent Lepublican tried j 3 m) gent to the Fayettevill Nation
to pay money to a Democratic ' al Bank from Richmond was stolen
razistrar to corruptly influence him. : from the post otlice vault at Fav-
A revenue otlicer. one J. M
went to one t nvuship and not only
attempted to purchase votes but
threatened prosecutions mine ru-,
el'al Lotuts ngainst one or more
individuals if thev did not vote to
suit Mr. Allen, so we are informed ; M stedman' of Gaeensboro, in an
from a reliable source. . open letter has arraigned Federal
Horace Ragau, it is said, has Judge Thos. R. I'urnell, and chal
spentmostof the money his "daddy", '''l 'l comparison of their public
left him aud yet failed
Will Hammond. And
to defe-U '
others besides Kagan.
Violators should be prosecuted.
RESULT FAR REACHING.
Conjecture as to KH'cct ot't'aliliiriiiu .lap
i,tu-stiiii on South.
From Florida Times-l'iiiiui.
The right of the people of Cali
fornia to provide separate schools
for orientals is one in which the
South is vitally interested. We
would have here no prejudice against
Japanese. They would be permit
ted to go to the same schools with
our children. In some sections
there is no prejudice against negroes.
They are receieved iu the same
schools as the whites. If the fed
eral government overrides the
wishes of the people of California
as to this ma'ter, it will have a
precedent for overriding the wishes
of the people of the boutlwa pre
cedent which a Republican adminis
tration would probably b
But this does not half state the
case. The federal government can
not control the people of California
except by law. Laws must be of
general application. A decision by
thp i.iirvri.iU ,irt-'r,f n,0 t;kJi
States against separation of the
races would apply everywhere with
equal force. So would a federal
Tr. riinnrir. Vif ilpnin.l that, tho nroa
sure that is being brought to bear !?-.-, scorning to a report re
on the federal government is very ?flv, T,at Montgomery by State
strong. Japan is a friendly nation, Bank Examiner Rntledge.
but could become to our country a
more dangerous foe than any other1,,
nn ourth Th n. f,,, ,u C
outside is great
And, at home, few people will10;"10 : L,-v y "est, both color
sympathize with a discrimination 1 eIK est was collecting tickets for
against Japanese who have recently i
showed their strength and their civ
ilization. They have made more
nrnnrfsa ilnrinrr tha liial- liulf
century than any other people ever; J11''
made in two centuries, i St itions along the A. & A. are
Importance or (iuutt KoaiN. j being supplied with bulletin boards
New York state is going to spend ! ' lj? U3eJ !n announcing the time
on- hundred million dollars injfor.the arrivaI .und departure of
building good roads. Experts who 1 fra,,ns: Tl?e ful.,ure of ants to
have made an investigUion state : H"111" th! trai"s as ordered by
that the economic waste now going ! t,he Corporation Commission makes
ou because of the condition of the; tMem llable t0 a f,ue of '5'
roads, which will be stopped by the 1
proposed new road system, amounts1 (;eor?e U- ""?he3 has
to thirty-eight million dollars a year ; hnsome residence on
in that state I Summit Avenue to Mr. O. L. Sapp,
This is an ' object lesson to the 11 18"cce1f ful lawy of Asheboro,
people of North Carolina. In some ! wh Wl11 Ln,ove tot 'Greensboro. He
sections they realize the great ad- i " a totn of ?eB?- A- . and
vantage of good roads and are will-1 W' Sai thl8. clF' D1r
ing to tax themselves to secure U"ghf and family will leave the
tKpm w a n rnio nnr irai lirstofnext January for their for-
dents are too indifferent iu this mat-'
ter. They do not seem to under
stand how good roads will increase
the value of their lands, biing the
market towns near to the farms, re
duce the wear on wagona aud horses
while enabling time to be saved
through ability to haul much heavi
Good roads are of vastly more
importance to the fai mers and land
owners than to the residents of the
cities and towns to which they lead,
though, of course, thev benefit the
later also. Another advantage in )W 1D8.t0Q, was named, to the
rn,U t th rnntrv re8identPb?rJ111ggroun(1 J01 brae
is the increased facility for mail
service. Where there are good,
roads thert is quick and frequent
rural free delivery service, and this
is becoming a matter of greatAm-
Eortance to them as the rurl pub
c schools create in the risingxgen
eration a greater desire for reading
and terminer nn with the dailv
events the world over. Country iinds. The authorized' capital is
people who oppose good roads do! $100,000 and $25,000 preferred
not know what injury they are do
ing to themselves aud to their child
ren. Wilmington Messenger.
About ,400 bales of cotton have
been sold on the LaG range market
the present season at prices ranging;
from ! to 11 1-2 cents.
The Republicans challenged 500
T)l)m..r,,H. ;,. ... pllnntv
Grand Secretary B. II. Woodell,
etteville, Oct. Stith. The letter wax
piaceo in tne vault on mat day ami
on Monday it was missing. This is
the largest robbery in the State for
Frank II. Stedman, of New Han-
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I uuge s cnarsie mat redt-i ai priso
i ners were half fed and disgracefully
Geo. W. Watts, of Durham, lnu
sent his cheek to Superintendent
Joyner for $250 to be added to the
Mclver memorial fund.
Mrs. Robert N. Pago, wife of
Congressman Page, is in the city ou
a visit to the family of Judge Thos.
J. Shaw, Mrs. Page being a sister of
Judge Shaw. Greensboro Telegram.
The striking machinists and the
Southern railway company have
agreed to leave the settlement of the
differences between them to an arbi
trating committee. The old em
ployes returned to work Monday and
The Southern expects to take" care
of the strike-breakers.
,The railroad companies operating
lines in Virginia have filed a pro
test against a 2-cent passenger rate
in which they attempt to show that
they cannot afford a reduction and
even if they could the commission
has no authority in imposing such
The colored State Fair was in
session at Raleigh last week. The
showing was a most creditable one.
showing commendable progress by
Cashier H. C. Dubois, of the
Monroe County Bank, at Monroe-
ville. Ala., has been checked short
, ne on'.v St'ri,
olored State t
The only serious trouble at the
air, at Raleigh last
week was the shooting of Alfred
f merry-go-ronnu, wnen some one
hit him with a rock, whereupon he
tired at Sutton. The wound is not
believed to be fatal. West is in
mer horH? ia Jne co.unty' t0 reside'
The remains of Col. Joseph
WinBton interred in the "Id Bynutn
graveyard near Germanton. Stokes
county, in 1847, were exhumed re
cently and remoyed to the Guilford
Battle Ground. Maj. Joseph
Moorehood, president of the Guil
ford Battle Ground Co., was pres
ent when the gnve was opened and
accompun ied the remains of the
mau in whese honor the citv of
Winston was named, to the new
ed warriors. Greensboio News
The Secretary of State las char-
ered the Southern Textile Machine
ompany of Charlotte. The object
tf this company is to manufacture,
build, buy. sell, leuse, own, operate
i'ind dispose of machinery of all
stock. The incorporators are: L. L.
Caudle, F. Marion Redd aud T. C.
Guthrie, of Charlotte.
. The Rowan County young ladies
who attended the State Normal Col
lege met at Salisbury Saturday and
organized a Mclver Memorial Fund
Club. They raised $100 at the
meeting and will swell this to $250.
The piopertv of the Lookout
Mountain Iron Co, was sold at Bir
mingham. Alabama, Monday bung
ing $405,305. The original cost of
the property was $1,500,000.
The great railroad bridge, con
necting Beaufort and Moiehead
City, and spanning 8,400 feet was
Geo. Rawling?, the Lo'.viules conn
tv, Ga., linn defer, who appealed tt
1'. S. Supreme court has lost the
case, and unliss his attorneys can
yet tirufsome means to stay the exe
cution Jie must die. The case
aroused wide spread interest. Raw
lings, it will be remembered, was
convicted of employing negroes to
kill a family of neighlors.
W. C. Rouse and J. C. Cope,
claiming Davie comity as their
home, were arrested in High Point
Tuesday, charged with stealing two
overcoats from drummers on the
train between Salisbury and Lex
ington. They had the overcoats in
tlieir possession and wire placed in
The first Methodist Church at
Lexington was dedicated Oct. 28th.
The church, w hich was started in
l'J03, was erected at a cost of
The Winston-Salem Southbound
Railway last week puivhastd GO
acres of land at Wadesboro for
a depot site and yard accomoda
tions. Mrs. Snipes, mother of Prof. W.
S. Snipes, principal of the Winston
Graded School, died Friday at her
home at Siler City. She was 0
years old. Another son, Rev. E.
W. Snipes, of Burlington, was also
at the bedside when the end came.
The Greensboro postoflice ieceipts
for October 1906', show again of
$741. $00 (ver October, 1905.
This is an increase of over 13 per
The Interstate convention of the
Young Women's Christian Associ t
tion of North and South Carol na
will be held in Greensboio Novem
The Supreme Court has hande.
down an opinion m the case of Dr.
J. B. Matthews convicted of wife
murder at Greensboro and senten
ced to twenty years imprisonment.
The verdict of the lower court was
sustained. Dr. Matthews was at
lust, account in Baltimoie iu a
The Virginia Bridge & Iron Co's
plane at Burlington, was badly
damaged by lire recently. The
damage to the main building and
machinery was several thousand
The maiu office of the North
Carolina Granit Corporation his
ben moved from Philadelphia to
the quarry at Mt. Airy.
The Southern Paving and Con
struction Co. has instituted suit
against the city of Greensboro for
$12,077.00 which the city is with
holding because of defective pave
ment put down by the company.
The Third Annual meeting of
the North Carolina Priumry
Teachers Association at Salisbury
gives in advauce of the convention
here November 22ud and 23rd,
every indication of being 'its best.
The convention was held last year
in Greensboro and it proved to be
the most interesting educational
evpnt of the year. There are nearly
100 of tnese teachers representing
the best graded schools in the State.
The State W. C. T. U. convention
was in session at Winston-Salem last
week. Much interest was manifest
ed. The treasurer's report showed
that $874.21 was contributed during
the past year in the State. Miss
Nannie Curtis addressed the con
vention Sunday night. At that
meeting a collection amounting to
$200 was taken.
Raided Itlg Distiller.
Durham special, Nov. 3. The
revenue officers came in from a
raidvthis morning, having destroyed
two complete illicit whiskey plants
and destroyed a part of another
plant. The raid was in the north
ern part of this county and was one
of he most successful in recent
months, One of the stills captured,
which was brought here for ship
ment to Raleigh; was the largest
still ever seen ' iu this county. It
was of 225 gallons capacity. The
second still captured, which was
also brought here and shipped, was
no '"baby." Jit was of '150 gallon
capacity, this being above the
averagstill8 used by the moon
shiners in this section.
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Some Mothers, unconscious of the injurious
effects of Alum, are daily giving it. to their
Children by the use of so-called Cheap
What Mother would do so if she only knew?
Alum's Worst Work is its early harmful
influence on the child's digestive organs.
Positively Never, should Children of tender
years be required to eat it in their food.
Secure your Children against Alum in
ROYAL iz Tr.'iz frm
Cream of Tartar
Will Oppose State law.
San Francisco, Nov. 5. The
state department has decided to aid
the Japanese of the city in a light
to secure ai'mission of their child
ten to public schools in San Fran
cisco. In pursuance of this policy,
Attorney General Moody Instructed
Distiict Attorney, R.I. Devlin to
lend his aid to Attorneys R. M.
Fickeitand Masuji Miyakawa, re
presenting the Japanese community,
in injunction proceedings thathave
oeen tronght in the Circuit Court
to compel the board of education
to allow the subjects of the Mikado
to attend all the schools of the
The school department of the
city refuses to make any concessions
to the Japanese, and President Alt-'
man, of the school board, has plain
ly informed Secretary Metcalf that
be would obey the state law to the
letter. This law requires separate
The Cost of Federal Court.
Figures of the Treasury Depart
ment for the lisoal year ending Juue
30, lflUO, show that in the eastern
district of North Carolina $4,000 j
was paid marshals; olhce deputies
cost $3,730.00 and other fees and
expenses were $9,329.44. The dis
trict attorney also received $4,000,
clerks and stenographers weie paid
$1,105, traveling expenses amounted
to $492.58, and pay of assistant
ait rueys -vas $1,270.76. Support
of prisoners cost $990 40.
In the western district of North
Carolina marshals received $4,500;
office deputies were paid $7,510.64;
other fees and expenses were $12,
050.25; district attorneys received
$4,500; clerks and stenographers
were paid $2,300; traveling expeuses
were $1,897.33, and assistant attoi
neys received $2,025.10. Support
of prisoners was $5,285.(1.5.
Pumpkin Ties. One jralluii of hteweil
pumpkin, two unarta of new milk, eight
ounces of butter, two pounds of sugar,
eight egg, flavor lo taxte with cinnamon,
nutmeir and cinder. liake in deen nie tins.
Jelly cake tins are the best. I'se only a
Iiiblioa Cake. Half a pound of butter,
the salt washed out, and creamed; half a
pound i.f Hour, half a pound of Rtigur, six
eggs, beattm separately, two level teaspoons
of flavoring; divide tLe hatter into three
equal pans; to one part put one cup of cur
rants, washed aud dried. ISake in
three deep jelly cake tins. Tut one plain
cake on a plate and spread currant or apple
jelly, or peach preserves, mashed to a jam.
another laver of iellv or presrrve. then the K
plain layer on that. Ice or not, as liked.
Pound Cake One pound of sugar, one
pound of flour, one pound of butter, the salt
washe I out and creamed (worked till it
looks creamy with the hand); twelve eggs,
the yolks worked with the sugar till light,
the white beaten stiff aud added the last
tiling; flavor with a wineglass of brandy
and half a grated nutmeg. After mixing
beat with the hands one hour until it is
light. Grease a cake mold, set it in a warm
place to rise like yeat bread, and when it
is light bake in a moderate oven till done.
When cool ice it with plain icing. This
will keep a long time in a covered crock.
Twenty-five convicts from the
State Prison were taken to the
Raleigh & Pamlico Sound Rairoad
grading force Monday,
Pvr Rcffcitcl Graps
'I'll Harlul'ir's Soliloquy.
To wed, or not to wed;
That is the question.
Whether 'tis bettrr
To remain single,
Anddisapoint a few women
For a time;
And dis.ipoint one woman
WaltekPii.itkh iu Octob r
DIAMOND BRAND SHOES
. POP EVERYBODY.
Recently we stated that we made
Diamond Brand shoe9 in all erades
for everybody, at all prices and for every
purpose, showing that this resulted in benefit
to the wearer because it saves all waste.
But we make more fine shoes
than any other house in the West.
- Diamond Brand shoes are sold in the
largest cities of this country. The Styles are
correct, the workmanship of the nighest
grade and the leather specially selected.
WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES
Sold by The Asheboro Department Store.
?5he DRUG Store
next doorto the Bank.
The Tabard Inn
is now on hand and we keep all the magazines
We can take your subscription for these at
club rates and as cheap as any agency in the
WE HAVE THE FRESH
EST, PUREST DRUGS.
Asheboro Drug Company,
J. D. Simpson, Manager.
Mrs. "Hill" Xye Dead.
New Orleans, Nov. 4. Mrs,
Edgar W. Nye, widow of the late
"Bill" Nye, the famous humorist,
died today at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. E. W, Pharr. at
rvvoca plantation, nenr Morgan City.
Mrs. Nye was 50 yeirs old, twid was
fornieily a resident of North Caro
lina. Her body will be inteired at
New Liberia tomorrow.
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE INTHE WEST.
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