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Asheboro, N. C, Thursday, May 14, 1914
BEASLEY IN ASHEBORO
Candidate fot Congress Spoke
to Good Crowd Monday
Night large Number of
MY. R F. Beagle', candidate for
the Democratic nomination tor Con
gress tu succeed Mr. Page, spoke
in the court house, Asheboio, Mon
day night. On account of a delay
train Mr. Beasley lid not reach
town till 8.30. but the crowd wait
i patiently till lie arrived and
then listened wiith interest to him
tor an hour. He was briefly in
troduced by Mr. H. M. Worth, and
spoke vigorously. Referring tot the
ViaV1,at Mr Pa6 'hfd SatlMr. Hughes turned the mules in or-."1"1, f - Beasley. His entire pub
5100 to the postmarter at Laurin-rt . . .... ... 'He life is- above reproach. He .has
burg for political purpose, he said
that he hart Hot sent a cent to
any one any Where for any purpose
and wa running on hla record as
imWrB ,na "Vr cons.ecralTfa.
further said that when he went to
Congress and failed to have' back - -
bone enough to do right, he wanted
quick. A further synopsis of Mr.
the people to send him back home
Beasley's speech is given below;
The Page Oligarchy.
Congressman Page hsa seen fit to
IMimatj iu the public press that be
cause 1 soiijit to limit the expense
of hcirihig a primary to a reason
able figure, that I was in rebellion
against party authority. This is the
kind of a flubdub tltot a man who
has been twelve years in Congress
and is still asking for more sends
out to intelligent people. He
knows that the committee would
have gladly permitted the primary
to be held lfateir had he wished it.
and no one would have raised the
slightest objection. The insistence
tiiit he places upon the fact that
tne State committee called the pri
mary is a mere quibble. A primary
ought to be held at a time when
the will of the large number oT
voters can be secured. No amount
of crawfishing on the part of Mr.
Page can get it out of the hea
of the Democrats of this district
that the primary was Bet at the
time that Mr. Page felt would be
advantageous to him. This kept Mr.
Varner out of the race, and doubt
less other good Democrats. Never
before ln North Carollrta has a man
been fined two hundred and Ifty.
dollars for entering a Democratic
K. P. BEASLEY.
.primary, and never again will on
be if I can helD it.
But since Mr. Page has seen fit
to doubt my party loyalty, let's see
something about his record and en
vironment. It is generally believed
that Mr. IPage was a National Re
publican betore he blossomed out
Into a Democratic office seeker.' I
have heard that when he was first
nominated oor the Legislature' a
committee had to go out and ascer
tain his politics. . Certain it is that
ie has never satisfactorily explain
whether or net he voted against
Bryan for McKinley. Certain it is,
. to the Democrats of this didbriat
that his brother, Mr. H.A. Page,
was one of the engineers of the
bolt against Judge Cflark, the party'
nominee for Chief Justice, and serv
ed cn the executive committee oX
the bolters. It is also certain tihat
Mr. Henry Page arose in his seat in
the Legislature in 1913 and defiant
ly declared that he had voted for
McKinley in 1896. And. as he is
commonly supposed to be the
brains of the Page oligarchy, It is
natural to suppose that Brother
Bob was following suit. But I be
lieve In letting bygones be by
gones, end should net have men
tioned this and should not have
eaid this had not Mr. Page sought
to create the impression that I was
seeking to rebel against party au
thority. Mr. Page is irw a Demo
crat, and I am glad that he is. but
we need act take too seriously the
TRAGIC DEATH OF
MR. Win. F. HUGHES
Promraent Asheboro Citizen
Killed at Woilhville by
m n A if
WagOn KUIffilllff UVer Him
Our people were thocked and " "eautjr ian oniyi a rew, vo;es
grieved when the news of Mr. Wil- ut ,V'f
it. , , , . tles give 8ubstatnlal inajor-
liam Franklin Hughes' death waslties fCr Beasley. In fact, it ap
announced Tuesday; Mr. Hughes pears now that the Cougre-wman is
left Asheboro early Tuesday morn-- Ukely to give way to a younger and
ing with a load of lumber for the "orbbrtlKant man. .
Riverside Mills at Worthville. Hei ?En,rleJi8 ntt ln the SeV'
arrived at Worthville and was -rlv-".?
ing down the hill which leads to that North Carolina has few men
til a mill wlion iha Virolro Mnp hrnlic
V , , , V , I.
wagon; in doing this the lumber
threw him off. the front wheel ran
over his head and the back wheel
crossed his neck. There were some
romen 6ittine on a D3rch wUo saw
the accident and rushed to the
scene. )Mr. Hughes did not speak,
onlv irrnnnptf nnrt hroathprt Ms lat
Physicians were called but the t any amies
had come. Wtij because he eV wortl.y of the
The relatives in Asheboro were rut. He 1b a student of g-vern-notified
at once and the two sons e,'u "e ha ood by the" man be
i ji . i .j , tfnd the plougl share, with the
went immediately tcj Worthville. Hoe and tU fchovel the lcoIU8
Mr. Hughes was a son of Mr. andj.nd (lie spindle. There Is not a
Mrs. Alson Hughes of Davidson man In the Seventh district that
county. His father diod ahort 25 knows the conditions there any bet-
, . .. ,. . . . ter than Roland F. Beasley. Ihere
years ago; his mother died last , Js Mt & Juaa vJlo vm rtrN harder
week and wag buried at Pleasant, t0 better those conditions. The En
Grove church. 'terpiVe wants to see Beaey go 10
Mr. Hughes was born in Emm ens cfB8rfe nlbe?"' Jut
. , , , , defeated, but because it wants
township. Davidson county. He 1N-Clth Carolina represented by a
moved to Randolph county 25 years man who baa he Intera cts of the
ago and engaged in th lumber busl people In view; Albemarle Enter
ness with Mr. John paummer. Mr Prlse- t
Flummer w as killed in
wreck several, years ago. Mr. Hughes
moved to Asheboro 12 years ago
but PPmnlnort 1-n Vi Irnntum Kiicl.
taJjn Qtr.-ce bolder "wnose nisrory is
ness In the country. About 30gHe.n in the Old Testament. That
years ago Mr. Hughes was married jretleman had been in office a long
to Miss Sibil Fariowa ofNew Mar -
ket township. He is survived by lture Bll4: ' '
his wife and two sons, Clarence' "B Je8,,urur" :
and Will, both of whom reside la
Mr. Hugjues moved "his family to
Asheboro 12 years airo
Deceased was 51 years of age. ile
was a meiober of the M. E, church.
Asheboro, -from which church the
funeraV services were held yester
day, conducted by Bev. J. E.
In the death of Mr. Hughes the
county has loft a splendid citizen
and an upright gentleman.
over-26i3i of the new convert. Mr.
Henry Page has lattiiy said that so
good a Democrat as Senator Over man
was n,t fit to hold office, but
Brother Robert was all wool and
a yard wMe. Since when have the
Pages become the nolUacal .oliearchj
i tnis district and assumed to rideot lne tusrnci mat he is wining tor
rough shod over Democrats whose I me to run as I please. He knows
loyalty and devotion to the party that his secret w1f1i was that the
have never been questioned.?; committee would m'le me out on a
Everybody! knows that R. X. Page'techntcality. Technicalities, end rot
was a political accident, winnim bv truth, are always the result of small
a fluk-e over suclu long-tried Demo-
crats as Reece Blair an di Cam Mor-.
rwoivwnoi weni inrougn the fires
lr;;; iirK ..Jf.. n-.5"S?
loyalty, of any Democrat they ought' !deiial appoirrtment as post--
to rub thaspots off their their ownaster an,il, m,ake a public speech,
record. But these spcls wWl not out
senator Overman, and W. C. Ham
mer are ot fit to holdj office ac
cording to Brother Henry, but 'Brot
er Robert is the whole cheese.
riow iur Hirn BiUy.
In liia arw.ii0rf -,.1, ulheads, there would he few feet in
"stewardship" Mt. Page
11 1 'eo.
credit for everything the nartr has
done. We boys down in the trench
es have had some hand in what has
been ccompllshed. It Is a notori
ous fact that he has got more out
of the Barty and given less to it
and to the people than any in an
sent to Congress from North Caro
lina. The only thing that hJfe sup
porters can find to say why he
should go tack is that he has been
there a long time. He assumes
credit for the currency bilL when
everybody knows he had nothing
to do with it. So far as any great
usefulness to the party or state is
concerned, Mr. Page would be no
more missed than the hole that
your finger makes in the water
when the fJnper is withdrawn. Any
good strong hustling Democrat
from th9 rtnks would have either
made a hitter place In congresslon-
U cervice than Mr. Page has made
in twelve years or would have
quietly peoped down and out and
given the people a chance to try
scmeone else. But not so with Mr.
Page. Convinced by his own con-
celt and the enthusiastic appplause
of Brother HeTh-y, the Congressman
has swelled up to breaking propor
tions and feels that his dignity is
Those who thotiglt Hon. Roland
Vmict have already learned that
they knew ntt weftof they spoke.
ln county u )he territory that
Page wafei supposed to have "sewed
better nualittpri fr.il nuhl'in wivifu
Deen tried and hafci ntt been found
carting. In Unicn county, his heme
he will carry everything by a land-
BUdel- ls doubtful if aga wU
do more than be able tu say "I ran
i No one need to l,k fail for the
cause of the popularity- of Beasley.
it w not that the ipttl-lc r.uve
aught against Page, though le has
outraged when the Democrats I th
district say anything about choking
him off He reminds one ofa cer
I . . ......
1 'me, and here is what the Scrip-
God who made him, and 'then he
liehtlv esteemed the Rock of
' The People made Mr. Page, and
the 'confidence they imposed in lilni
the rock of his salration. But
seems to have waxed so fat as
. ) tercet all this. He doesn't deign
to ccme to the district to hear
what his subjects are saying of
him. Of all ITie Congressmen fromi
N'ofth Carolina he aVccne has bought
fine house in Washington and
Herman ti:t ly located there. Is It
iny wonder that he forgets the feel
s', the hopes, the wishes and the
lesires of the humble people who
him? No wtnrJer he feels
strong enough to politically double
cross the besft Deni'ccrats In this dli
't and then insult them when
thev protest. I resert ithe inrpi'
Tce of (this pclftical Dr. Jekyl
hen he writes to the newspapers
DaOirar Out Uie latrnaKv. k
I do nor. believe tthat Mr. Pagef
lwo:ild S toan' of the townsfCreA, R. F. U; P. N. Mock. Pfaff
i unuuimiarjiy js noo greai. ne
6ays that he has made the appoint
ments for (the best interests of the
serrlce and good of the party. If
all who believe thtt tthese appoint
ments will serve that end should
immmediately stand upon . their
seem, in many inttanoes, not to feel
that they were appointed for the
good of the service and the welfare
t the party, hut for the aid of Mr.
Page. But no one particularly ob
jected to his appointments. The In
dignation has been aroused by the
way he treated those who were net
appointed, and other Democrats off
life-long service and etanfltng. HIS
wishy-washy, uncertain, uncandid
and finally humiliating way of deal
Ing with honorable and straightfor
ward men disgusted the majority of
people In every town Where he
ma dean appointment.
And It should be remembered that
this was the first Httlebit of respon
sibillty thjat Mr. Page has had to
meet In all his logn offcie holding
career. There was not the slight
est occasion ffor him to break
down completely and go to pieces
on this matter. Other Democratic
Congressmen have 'not done so, and
excepting one ether ncne of them
on this matter. The only ex-
nlaaticn seems to be that Mr. Paire
has become so out off touih with
the people at home thr.t t.e knew
Continued on eighth page
Members of the Cabinet More Confi
dent That War Will Be Averted.
General Funston Report Tells of
Quiet and Order in Vera Cruz
Expressions of confidence that the
meditators would avert war between
the United States and Mexico came
from several members of the Cabinet
on Wednesday after President Wilson
had discussed the whole situation With
his official family.
The President is decidedly hopeful.
He is anxious that no untoward inci
dents Or indiscreet acts on the part cf
any of the forces in Mexico should de
velop to cloud the horrizon when the
iiiediution conferences begin at Nia
gara Falls Monday.
Mre. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch"
School Auditorium, May 22.
The members of the Ninth erade of
the Asheboro graded school will pre
sent "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage
Patch" Friday evening, May 22.
the play has been dramatized from
Alice Hegan Rice's popular work,
which has delighted many people.
Proceeds go towards improvine the
Park. General admission to cents, re
served Beats 2oc, children 10c.
LIBERTY BELL IS NEAR
Philadelphia The Liberty Bell.
which was endangered by the recent
widening of cracks, has been propped
up with four jacks to prevent mons
JuroTS Liawn Rr Jure Tfcrut of
Jurors have been drawn for the
United States term, of ount wtltfch
Is to convene in Qreeasboio the
tinst Monday' In June with Judge
James E. Boyd presiding. The, list
is as follows;
J. W. Miller. Yadkinv.iJle; George
Johnson. Chapel Hill; S. S. Mitchell
Greensboro; Joseph Doub, Vienna;
B. L. Henderscji, Pekin; ct W.
McPheraon. itctck Creek, R. P. D.
No. 1;. J. T. Redding, Randleman.
R. F. D. .No. 3; B. A. Freeman,
Round Peak. R. F. D.; H. J. Stoltz,
Bethaola;.' T-aylor' Ueaery, .Norman;
Thos." W' Sherwoed,- Greensboro; J.
Kenn Ellington, Reidsville. Jt. F. D.
No. 4; Thos. B. Kallam, New Beth
el; Jas. - Roberts. Stoneville, R.
F. IX No. 2; V. B. Melcuor, Win-
ston-Sal.em; M. H. Bryant: Yadkin
ville; Walter H. Ferguson. Mispah;
j;. M. Whitehead, Riameeur; J. D.
Welch, Pisgah; J. M. WJlliams, Hui
die Mill, R. F. D. !No. 4; E. A.Mof-
titt, Thomiasi1ll; Albert A. Trox
Jer. Brown Summit; Josi. H. Coving
Mispah; U. A. Phelps, Clem-
si'ons. R. F, D. : R. P. .Crater. El-
kin; R. T. Sanders, Leasville, R.
r. D.; Ed. L. Raean, High Point:
Ur. C. Jf Idgt, Caraway-, R. F. D. No.
2; J. W. Murray. Bothania: W. L.
Weaker, Climax, Jt. F. D. No. 1;
U. C. JJass, Rusk; E. Peter Meador,
Ke'dsviiie; Jonas vveisner, winsT.tn
Salem; J. R. Lash ley, Went worth,
R. E. D. No. 1; Rufue B. Tuttle,
ling.-fl. F. D. Kii. 1; J. E. Spease.
():d Richmond; W. Clark Hinshaw.
Randiieman; F. 1. Pickett. High
Po'nt; J. C. Rlpjil'e, Lexlngttr, R.
F. D. No. 4; William Roberts, Hill
boro, R. F. D. Ntt. 1; Lrv' Rogers,
Silver Hill; A. A. Marisi, .Shoals
TTrant Brooks, Greensbcro; C.
Hint Wiaston-Salem; S. W. Hutch
ep. Mt. Airy; S. Schlffnian. Gieena
boro; Charles Young, Lexington
alter M. Cunn, AVentworth, R
U. 'Ho. 1 ; D. S. MiTler, 3ougemont
R F.. D. No. 3; Frank Cook, Clem
JoU-.ii W. Grim, Bellow
Reldille; W. M. William. Stoke,
CHAKGE FILED AGAINST POST
Washington, May '9. Charges of
political activity by G. 'H. Russell
postmaster at Lanrinbm-g, -were filed
fwith istmaster General Burteson to
May by D. Stewart and W. R. Mc
EachiiL oartons of the office.
The charge grew out of the fact
that in ths certificate of expense filed
with fht clerk of the house of repre
sentatives a few days ago Congress
man Page stated that he gave .Rus
sell $100 to be used in his canimaisrn
in fceotiand county.
the charges state that in aiatne
Page in Wa campaign and handling:
funds, Russell is directly violating the
rules or tne postomce department. Mr,
Burleson Is out of the citv until Mon
day, but when he returns he will have
to consider the discharge of Russell
for violating the regulations.
One or the charges is that Mr. Kus
sell attended a political confab in a
private room in a hotel in Asheboro
for several hoars.
When informed of the charees Mr.
Page said: "I sent Rusell $100 to be
psed in my campaign in Scotland
county, at the time thinking of him
as my friend and losing sight of his
official position. I have no doubt hut
that Russell turned the money over te
some other friend because of his po
sition as postmaster.
The McAdoo Wilson wedding last
Thursday was very quiet. Only the
luiiurawio irauiMM ana lllllllltice
triends were praswrt. The cere -
mony took place in the Blue Rcom,
ITEMS OF HEWS
Picked Up By Our Field
The gravel road has been com
pleted ftrom Ashebcro to the Chat
ham county line. It is a splen
did piece of work. : :.:
The farmers of Randolph county
are getting along nicely with their
work. In some localities faimers
have finished planting, and corn is
up to good stands. The cool spell,
however, is nmkiug the young crops
Urs.. Brink Hunt cf Progress, who
underwent a serious operation in
High poir.t last week, Is slowly Im
proving, to the dtilgl.t of her fam
ily and friends. )
A'ersrs. J. M. White heal- J. T.
Redoing, J. D. Welch, J. C. Rtdg'j
and W. C. Hinshaw cf this county
have oeen diawn to serve on the
jury in Federad ccuit at Greens
boro the first MondEj- in June.
Mr. H. A. Tomlirson and family
have moved back to Asheboro. Mr.
Tomlinscn v. as for a number of
years superintendent of the Brokaw
carm. . i
Dr. W. L. Jackscn off Trinity is
certainly a busy man as he is kept
pretty wedl aM the time on the go.
we is a safe physician and a clever
man. His practice is wide and ha
Is growing more pe puiar every day
in nis proression.
Last Wednesday evenina at the
home of Mr. J. L.Welfcorn ct Arc!
daie. Mr. George Welborn and Mls
Etta Brilea of Trinity Rt.l were
united in the bonds of matrlmonv.
the ceremony being performed by
Kev. j. j. Welker.
tMr. M. Ji.. Engldih of Arch dale
ond Miss Retta Elair of Trinity
were married by. Rev.. G. J. Welker
the evening of April'Tth.
Rev. Littleton Dennis of Uwhar
rie is 91 years old. He is bright,
cheerful and says the,jeople of the
Uwliarrle nieghboihcod are among
the best people on earth. He has
77 grandchildren and 89 great
grandchildren. Tho glili wlio can puit a good
square patch on a ppair of panta
loons or command a regiment of
pots and kettles may nc,t, in he
eyes of ten per cent aristocracy
seem as accomplish. e'd as the girl
who can embroider and woik a
worsted dog cn a blue ground or
hum the "Sweet . Bye and Bye," but
battles of Mfe, is wcith a ten-act e
the working glil in her everyday
field full of the other kind.
The writer made a trip to Pleas
ant Grove tewns'hip recently, spend
ing a few hours most pleasantly at
the home of Mr. James Brady.
He is doubtless the oldest man ln
Randolph county. He is a native
the county and is in his 99th
year. He is a native of Randolph
county and is a member of a right
extensive family cf Bradys who
have lived In this tounty since the
days of the pioneer settlers.' He
ywns a good farm and has been Hv
ag on it for 80 years' When it
conies to water his farm stands at en from West Washington Street
the head of the list. There are 15 where he left it during the perforni
Socd springs cn it. In the days of ance. A search was started immedi
his young manhood the schools cf ately and shortly afternoon Saturday
his section, like these of the other the car was found in a field near
sections of North Carolina, were no West Market Street extension. It ap
o good as they are now. and he Peared tnat the party or parties wfyj,
therefore had tr, j took the car had a erudere acrainst Mr-
tioii he ccnld by his own efffoits 'ser as his machine was left in such
He I. a well-read man and cquir" c s nQ ")at-
efi swh a stock of vaJuble informa- er t0 renwe the cor
tlon that together with a fane mem- a u -i i i j
ory and easy style of conversaticn L hor"b,e r&efy oc?,urrfed
one always fids it both nZsinT .. H miles. norlh of
profitable to bo in his vtbsWc
He was reared en the faim
Clun in Mm oil i,.n,.rrT i t V-
nun 10 nam all through life. Ymi
cannot, find a man ln 'his neih:
i hansi wcrd aim any one. He
worked on the farm tii? he was
years oio and says thrt he alwavs
made his own bread and meat Ho
ha3 a horse 33 years old. He ra!s
ea me norse and will not trade it
Aimougn a misy man he
e has .1 -
urch ser -
ways devoted time tn th
vices. Hee ha been a member of
Plasan Groves ChrUisan church ?oi
75 years .He loses no time from
his famlry. only on business onrt tn
. , . --
famlry. only on business and to
go to church. He has never been"
a witess in court,, but has served nn
me jury a good many times. He
has never had bit one spell cf sick
ness and does not use tobacco in
ny formi In soiitics he is n Re
publican, and ite-ems to think tlmt
If a man keeys his health and his
nart young he wUl never nv
CHAITAUQUA AT BntlA'YTQXG
Burlington Is beginning to as
sume a gala appeararce In event
o' the coming Chautrnqua. Hie ad
vertising automobile 1s expected in
few- ns aand already the! rttore
mof-vis are decorated with pen-
ents boosting the Chartauoiia.
A:?elrro will be "mot'lrsr Drenara-
t.lj - ra ulen frr rr noct In . ut
k - hlle. The first week in July has
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS
'Congress is elated to adjourn
July 10th, but the trend of Mexican
affairs will prolong the session.
fGovernor Craig returned last
week from a trip in the western
part of the (State He was praising
the fine highways and schools in
the "Land oft he sky.'f
Miss Ruth . Bergttrom of San
Francisco who is seventeen years
old. limbed 165 feet to the top of
the dome cn the pavillion of trans
poitation and unfilled a five-foot
American flag. This was a unique
manner to indicate the completion
it the 1 Igltstl pclnt of the work
on the fair grounds.
Fire was discovered at the top of
a large tobacco building belonging
to Robert Harris and Brother
at Reldsville. N. C- Friday, May
The fire departmect responded
promptly but it was: Impossible to
save the building on account of the
big start the flames had gained.
The total loss amounted to about
The State Journal, published at
Raleigh for th past two years and
wned by Alex. J. Field and R. F.
Beasley, suspended publication May
8th with a final eight-page edition.
"A lack of adequate support in sub
scription and advertising" is gvea
as the reason.
One item diiscussed at the State
Federation of Woman's Clubs at
Fayettevtlo last week was wo
men's dresis-J The club favor'd
more modest dress and voted disap
proval on the extreme styles of t lie
hour. This is one long striae For
ward for the women of the State.
One of the worst wrecks in the his
tory of the Southern Railway occur
red near Hillsboro baturday night.
There were seven boy 3 from Burling;-
ton hoboing their way to Hillsbora
where they expected to attend a ball
game. When the wreck occurred the
engine and tender pulled loose from
the train and stayed on the track. The
engineer was unable to stop the eu
gine until he reached the station at
Charles W. Post, millionaire manu
facturer qf cereal foods, killed him
self May 9th. Mr. Post was conva
lescent from an illness which necessi
tated a major operation some time ago
at Rochester, Minn. JTe evaded the
nurse who had been attorn inc- him
since he returned1 from the East ani
went to his apartment, placed the
muzzle of his rifle i i his mouth ami
pulled the trigger V 'U his toe..
An ingenious invention for warn
in? miners of "fire damp" is a kia'
of wliifitle wliicl the gas automat
ically affects. If there is 1 per
cent of dangerous gas the whistle
sounds broltn and uneven notes.
but when the gas reaches the dan
ger point ct 5 per cent theie! is a
successio-a of rapid throbbing notes
which are easl heard. T'he inven
tion is by Prof. Haber. He has
named, ti e device the "fire damp
While attending: the Redpath Chau
tauqua Friday night at Greensboro
Claude Kiser had his automobile stol
Z?X fBV"ie-'"l 5 wn?n K0SC0
'rrP' ' wnue .man,
. "'""' ana Mrs. urown nad
u0 f,,.,-i r 4.u.;
was. It was discovered- later thnr
ivnsu in hi me oaDy were1 missing.
Rash came up and on being aslfed
where the child was he X8,n awav. V"
was secured and finally took the
fhor-Mgr,party.i.t0..a bran where
1 the child lay with his skull ' crushed
- face badly disfigured and injuries on
the bodv.' h!b lnjunes ?
body was being examined 1 that he
(sorry he had hurt the feeling of
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Judicial Convention Called
The Demorratln r,.......
the 15H T,, jtj-T-, . . or
-uuiwiai Linnet is here
by called to meet in tie City ct Sal
Isbury N. C. on Thursday, the 26th
day of June, for the nJi. " .?
a Democratic candidate fon Solict
or for the said Eist.ict. and fo7
the transaction cf such other buM-
venTi" CCme befre the Coq
The Convention ui l ka .n.
order at noon ,1 "",uta lo
tioned. , ; emn"
mifteerder e he Eiecut,v
fu , HAL M- WORTH! I
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