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poll-Holders, Senatorial Box.
Morgan ton Precinct No.l FP. Gillam, T. G. Cobb. Morgan ton No. 2 J. A. Shuping, T. L. Duckworth. Quaker Meadows J. A. Lackey, J. Ernest Erwin. Linville Lona H. Giles, T. I j. Berry. Silver Creek No. 1 J. M. Brinklev, J. C. Hutchins. Silver Creek No. 2 Wil liam Lane, J. C. Mills. Loveladv William Powell, L. M. Hull. Lower Fork No. 1 George HiUlerbrand, Jeff Hoyle. Lower Pork N. 2 Solomon Hoyle, W. B. Mull. Upper Creek No. 1 John Sik, M. W. Beck. Upper Creek No. 2 Stokes Penland, Ben. Barrier, Sr. Lower Creek R. J. Hally burto , L. W. Singleton. Smoky Creek J. S. Tilley, W. L. Duckworth. Icard No. 1 W. W. Aiken, K. F. Sides. Icard No. 2 Jones Martin, R. B. Abernethy. Upper Fork John A. Smith, G. W. King1. The above judges will have supervision over theSenatorial box, separate and apart from the Presidential and Congres sional boxes. Any elector who voted the Democratic ticket in the August election or who will vote for Bryan, Stevenson and Buxton in the election of November 6th, 1900, is entitled to vote for one man for Senator. A. C. Avery, Jr., Chm. Ex. Com., Burke Co. By order of the Executive Committee. J. M. Clark, Asst. Chm. and Secretary. Simmons for Senator. Koxboro Courier, Nov. 10, 1898. Just about every Democrat in the State is singing the praises of Hon. F. M. Simmons, Chairman of the Democratic Kxeeutive Committee, for his wonderful gallant fight made In ring the recent campaign Our friend, Geo. G. Moore, of Mt. Tirzah, was in town on Tuesday, and in speak iiiir of Mr. Simmons, said he thought that every Democrat in North Carolina should do mite one dollar to Mr. Sim mons, as a gift for his great wi k and untiring devotion to the cause of White Supremacy aul good government. He said !t was not enough to Simply s; nd him to the United States 'Vnate, that the Democratic 1'iirty owed him a greater debt A 1 man that. Ou the 10th of December, 1897, llOV- S. A. Dormhoe. Dnstor M. E. (lurc h, South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., '" it-acted a severe cold which was "Uended from the beginning by violent ui-hinnr. He says : "After resorting u a number of so-called 'specifics, usu J' V kept in the house, to not purpose, 1 I -urchased a bottle of Chamberlain's ( -iii;h Remedy, which acted like a ' Harm. I most cheerfully recommend : the public." For sale by W. A. iiet druggist. Country People for Simmons. Editor Star: It is" pass ing strange that nearly every man you see in the country is ior aimmons for Senator. whereas Gen. Carr's most ar dent friends are to be found in the towns and they are generally merchants or manu facturers, and very often are men who are opposed to Br van'. One of those men told me 'the other day that the "machine" was for Simmons. 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