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HUM Dl ROOSHELT
. JOSIAH W. BAILEY
On Speech Before N. C. Young Democratic Clubs
THE WHITE HOUSE
September 26, 1911.
I have just reu<i your speech before the North (Carolina Young
Hemorratir Quits on September twentieth. My congratulations 011
a masterly presentation. This speeeh ought to In* circulated
throughout the country.
My best wishes to you.
Franklin I). Roosevelt.
Honorable Josiah W. Bailey
United States Senate
Washington, I). C.
Washington Tar Heels Endorse Bailey
i). t ar U<rl (ionnnittee for Kenoniination of Hailed Stales Senator Josiali \\. Itaile>
May 26. I'>12.
Dear Fellow Tar Heel:
This leller route* to yon a* a personal message from a largo group of your fellow North (.arolitiiau* in llie Nation * Capital.
Though engrossed in our varied duties and assignments here, we retain thuJ love nnd affection for our native Slate and her welfare
which Ib deep-rooted in na all.
We who make our homes here in the seat of our Federal Covcruntcnl believe ttlulTve are in poAlliuti fairly untl inipai ttally t??
appraise Senator Josiali W. Bailey in the light of his reputation as one of the leading figures in our national life today.
For your consideration, then, we desire to point out these uui|ueslioned truths concerning Senator liailey:
(1) He is completely accepted in Washington as one of the foremost statesmen and capable legislators of our time.
(2) He has consistently supported all defense and war legislation hotlt before I'earl Harbor and after. His speech in favor
of the Lend-Lease Bill is universally regarded as one of the most masterful and powerful ever delivered on the floor of the Senate.
(3) His influence as Chairman of the all-important Committee on Commerce in carrying to completion the program for the
construction of 2300 merchant vessels to serve as a life-line to our hrave American soldiers, sailors and marines wherever they may
be. For this service and other services rendered in connection with the war effort, Senator Bailey has been warmly thanked and com
mended by Admiral E. S. Land, Chairman of the United States Maritime Commission, Robert II. Hinckley, Assistant Secretary of Com
merce for Aviation, and other Democratic leaders.
Being unwilling ourselves during these critical times to trade experience for inexperience, we urge you wholeheartedly to vote
for Senator Bailey's renomination in the Democratic Primary on May 30th.
: I D. C.?Tar Heel Committee for Reuomination of
United Stutcs Senator Josiah W. Bailey.
II. E. C. BRYANT, Chairman.
Vote For Josiah W. Bailey For U. S* Senate
Democratic Primary, Saturday, May 30th
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this advertisement contributed by the Friends of Josiah W. Hailey in Williamslon and Martin County