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ISSUED WEEKLY r
TOLL M 9 XUX
PHINCIPLEa NOT MEN
ilcniccrats Sweep Th
;; J: Majority j'ected
e Stat McLfeanV
s AaUbers, Kerta
Tsuraday, Xevesabev ft, W4
HM A YEAR IN ADVA!' CD
. Appears likely- That ieLan
Majority Will Set New Record -:
' as Return Come In. J v, '
. MEEKINS TRAILING COOLIDGE
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Statin State Dewoeritit Ticket .Heet-
ed by Greet Majoritles-Heaviest
' ' Vete en eeorr
, : Angus "Wilton "McLean was deWwi
Governor of fortb. Carolina Tuesday
; 'by an indicated - majority of ,80,000
"based on incomplete return from all
' "! parts of the state. The entire- state
and national tickets will have practic
- I ally the same majorities. Early indi
cations are that the Democratic ma-
jority in the General Assembly will
be only slightly reduced. ,
A total of. 419 of the 1780" poUing
p'lawss In the state have been tabulat
ed. , These show McLean about - 57,
t, 009, ahead of Isaac K-Meekine, with
f the majority increasing as the returns
y, eompin.. ? ' ,v;
Out if the", presidential vote tabu-
1 lated-Jn 446"' precincts Davis is leading
1 Coolidgeby.51,009;- In these precincts
; 1 LaFcHett received only 2,609 votes.
'" Indications am 'that" LaFollette's total
, Votem M? state will be small.
Confronted with "an unprecedent
f edljijheaVy vote, and with a bewilder
' ' fair maee. of Issues to be counted,
y pollh61ders.Vare reported wamped
everywhere, and H will likely be tote
K, before the official count is completed
I -"'in manv Bounties In the State.- Poll-
; . holders wer reported locking up their
i ballot botes and going to bed leaving
1 the votes on the port Ml) and amend
mew to be counted yesterday morn-
. The entire StHt ticket if , elected
by overwhelming." majorities The
ten Congtesaioral districts have re
turned Democratic Congressmen from
early foduAtiwi&Fear that' the
Seventh inlght be tn jeopardy were
allayed early, by the; reported majort
ties for Copgreasman Hammer fat ' the
lower end of hi district, which more
than offset the-Vote n Eepublican
eonntief in the nnper end of the dls-
trlctivXhe. EiKflth - and Tenth dis-4
trJete were a reported safety Demo
cratic 1 t , , i . "
jp Fe&ra of many Democratic lead
r ers that XaPollette 'would cut sen-
OUSiy U1H UIO 1H.V1B- JTVW wuuu(u
NKXT COVERNO OFM. C
nurl.r out Urn ,l
ANGUS WILTQ McLEAN
State Will Send Solid
Delegation to Congress
Returns indicate that North Caro
lina will send its usual solid Demo
cratic delegation to the House of
Representatives by increased majori
ties. All former 'Congressmen were
returned with the exception of Hallett
S. Ward, of the First District, who
was hot a candidate to succeed him
sejf. In his stead Lindsay C. Warren,
of Beaufort county, Was elected,- The
State delegation in the House will be
as follows. ' -
First District Lindsay C. Warren.
Second DistrictJohn H. Kerr.
'"Third District Charles L. Aber
nethy. Fourth District Edward W. Pou.
Fifth District Charles M. Sted
weni' y' r f, ; ,v j ,
t'vSixth Jjjstrict Homer L. Lyon.
; Seventn District William C. Ham-
1cihth,T)!Rt.Hci Rohevt li Dourh-
Ninth District Alferd L. Bulwm
Ji mm a.d of thi 'reborted anti
ti.i 1 : 1 4-..t'ti y . 1 111
were apparently wiuiuuv buudumwu
Many counties in the state are re
porting unprecedential Democratic
majorities and when the total vote is
canvassed it is expected that the ma
jority in the state will be" unprecedent
Tenth District Zebulon Weaver.
People's Choice. Tucs&y Tot President and Vice President
mm iamZLmmmmmMmm MM ' M
CHARLES G. DAWES
IN THIS COUNTY
Elect Entire Ticket By Substan
tial MajorityNational Tick
et Runs With County Ticket.
Polling more than 13,000 votes, the
largest ,in the history of the countyi
Early Returns Indicate
C Defeat o Port Bill
Partial Returns Show .That Op
, ponents oi The Measure Get
With slightly more th&n one third
Of the precincts of the State heard
from the majority against the port
terminal proposition voted, oh Tues
Randolph Tuesday gave .the entire day was 5,240. Thptil vote so far
Republican ticket a majority of from
to 700 votes, overturning the
small Democratic majority of two
years ago. All Republican county
candidates were elected". G. Elwood
Stanton, one of the Republican candi
dates for commissioner, -probably 'led
hlf ticket It 'will take the official
returns to show which of 'the Demo
cratic nominees led in the county,
The' Democratic congressional tick'
et .ran along witji the county ticket
and ahead of the national and state
While the .vote in the county gen
erally was heavy that of the large
Democratic precincts was. light as
compared wife the Vote two years
ago and it was in these precincts the
Republicans made substantial gains.
The only exceptions were two pre-
cinctg in Asheboro, the..$puth
HAMMER WINS BY
Democrats Roll Up Unusual Ma
jority In Seventh District
For Mr. Hammer.
Democrats Carry Davidson
The Democrats carried Davidson
county Tuesday by an average major
ity of 800, Sheriff Bruce Talbert lead
ing the ticket Two years ago Tal
bert'a majority was 311. Port ter
minal proposition was defeated in
Davidson by an overwhelming ma
jority. Goed Majority In Montgomery
I ' t' Wmmmtm mm
According to official figures pub
lished la the Montgomery Herald, at
Troy, the Demotrate carried Mont
' goraery county by majorities rinsing
from 168 to BA7.' Barley, candidate
for General Assembly, had SOS ma
Torityi George 'Btuirt-foriherlff,
5871 Weed,: register ef ."deedV M0
i liak oroner 108; Thayer,' mmyor,
' 484; for commiatlonen, VeAuley,
' 442, Davis, 622, and Shamburger, 606.
' Vbm aaaJorltjr fof 'Mr. Hammer, fof
ACongrese Is not given, but advices are
rthat ' tit CoegrMsional ticket . ran
with ihm) eoantv tkkat .
M.B. CHTJBCH MATTERS
Mrs. George Sheffield is in the
Hayworth hospital seriously injured
as a result of gunshot wounds in the
abdomen inflicted by her son-in-law,
Colon Tysinger, Tuesday afternoon at
the Tyskiger home in North Asheboro.
Tysinger is held in jail without bond
pending the outcome of the affray.
It is stated that Mrs. Sheffield went
to the Tysinger home in an effort to
get Mrs. Tysinger to go to the polls
to vote. It is claimed that Mrs. Ty
singer was opposed to his wife voting
and warned Mrs. Sheffield not to
come into the house. Mrs. Sheffield
continued to come towards the house
and Tysinger opened fire with a shot
gun inflicting serious injury. It Is
stated that Tysinger was dead drank
and didn't know what he was doing.
East, .wards, where there-. Was
So large , was the vote and the
number of amendments to be voted
on in addition to the regular tickets
official returns have been slow com
ing in and it is impossible to estimate
how the amendments fared in the
county. From the returns available
indications are tjiat the port terminals
proposition was defeated by a large
majority. No returns as to the
amendments or to the People's Orphan
age proposition are available." Voting
on these was probably not heavy, ma
ny voters prefering not to vote at all
on these matters.
Official reports from all counties in
the Seventh Congressional district
give William C- Hammer a majority
of more than seven thousand over his
Republican opponent, S. Carter Wil
liams. The vote in the district was
The counties rolling up majorities
for Mr. Hammer were: Anson. 2210:
callable Davidson, 775; Hoke, 1150; Scotland,
andnltm-Kionn. T.n lonn. pi.v,n,nnj 09K1.
Union, 2100; Moore, 1000, and Mont
The counties which gave Republican
majorities against Mr. Hammer were
from precincts heard' from is 67,417
for the measure and 78,657 against
Both opponents of the proposition and
those in fayar of it are? claiming vic
tory when precinct Of the state
are heard frm. Vv7 "
No comnlete reoorts are a
as to how the people of , Randolph
voted on the matter, ,feut early re
turns indicate a light vote and a ma
jority against the proposition.
-.The veterans' loan bin and the four
WWtivutionai amendments continue on Wilkes, 2200; Yadkin,
Se.face of early reports . to main- 200: and RandolDh 725.
xain suDstanasi majorities. Keturns
are slow on these matters, many pre
cincts, not haying counted heir vote
untilWednesday, ' 'J
Has Narrow Escape From Death
William Allen White, who entered
the Kansas gubernatorial race as an
independent and on ah anti-Ku Klux
TClan tip.kt ia ninniTio- third ncenrri-
Will. H. White, ritnrt flf 'i Mt. 1. H ' .I..-.,. 41,., nn,.
Fwliito, of Asheboro, had f narrc es1 reior HennMican candidate is first
fCRpwtroWdeBthlastiA candidate second.
White Runs Third
Republicans Cany Country Hectr ;
Calrin Coolidge andQiaiG-DawG,
High Point Next Meeting Place
Mr. Fogleman Returns To
street railway crossing over the Sea
board Air Line railway when the car
in which he was riding was struck
and badly damaged. A shifting' en
gine with a box car attached backed
into nis car dragging it 30 leet or
more down the track. There was no
watchman at the crossing at the time.
White was not injured
NORTH CAROLINA THIRD IN
MOTOR CAR TRANSPORTATION
The 99th annual conference of the
Methodist Protestant church in North
Carolina adjourned Monday after be
ing in continuous session since last
Wednesday. The invitation to meet
in High Point next year was accepted.
The reports showed progress along
all lines. Especial interest was mani
fested in the High Point College and
the Children's Home, both located at
High Point. Mr. H. A. Garrett who
has been superintendent of the Chil
dren's Home for the past eleven years
has resigned active superintendence
and will act as associate superintend
ent. He will also be connected with
the High Poin College. The Mission
ary interests of the entire denomina
tion were presented on Friday even
ing. Two returned missionaries were
present android of the work. Miss
Todges who was in Japan during the
earthquake gave a graphic descrip
tion of the experiences of the mis
sionaries and told of the destruction
and loss in Japan. A number of the
fraternal representatives were bearers
of greeting and good wishes. The
churches in Reidsville ' and nearby
towns were occupied by different
members of the conference.
Mr. H. F. Fogleman, who has for
the past three years been pastor of
the local church has been returned.
Mr. Fogleman has many friends who
wil be glad to know that, he will
again serve this pastorate. Rev. W.
F. Kennett, who has been in the Ran
dolph circuit living in Asheboro, goes
to Granville circuit Rev. A. O. Lind
ley succeeds him. Rev. L. W. Ger-
nnger, a former pastor, was assigned
to Calvary, a new M. P. church in
Greensboro. Rev. J. B. Trogdon, a
former Randolph citizen who has
been at Denton for three years, goes
to Flat Rock Circuit. Rev. Atlas
Ridge, also a Randolph county citizen
returns to Staley as does Rev. J. W.
Hulin to; Why Not circuit and W. F.
Ashburn to Mt Herman circuit.
The stationing committees report is
as foraws, containing the list of ap-
pojnjmfcpts for the' coming year.:
Alamarfse, G. W. Holmes;
t i s
President Piles Up
Majorities North; And
East Over Opponents. ' (
bbeIK " sdLW'Foirra
; - a. wuiisV
i - Dm n. w, n.V la holdta revma
. Wrrt it Salem ' this weeJU 1 The
Vrf;r tpeU to,assiit Mm Thursday
5 ., toid Friday '. .' ,ty''iMV
. , - ts arschool en Send !
f the high mart toe attendanoe. Urge
I ' mwdi aU heard the pastor a both
" hours of service, . - '
' The Epworth UiDe has eolleeft
I , IS4X0 en ChrtntUa Advocate irabeerfp-
; , The writer ef fkiaUd at the funeral
f Mr. A. D.V Hamiltea t BhJ
church a Monday.; t
. . .Tor Its for fiundse eernxme "ffl
' . 11 A. M.0ur W BrMe.v
. '. , 7:M P. M nThe Crowing Cborch'
The Uttrr is pvtA of t)i rif f
, tvnl' g mir-i)t on the T.'fkwnt
' , ' eburth. , . , ; , ' ' '
i ". ' Out Ur tV sf'-h was rrtnt4 "on
the efMi 'Vil haK-it r county officers
J this k SS f.,!Soirt -v
JUfmliUcmn, A. I. IVrree and J. F.
' t)mocri;i, I
Crsnford end I -The
,A$ its wvs 1 1
ini on Bt'jf
DEATH OF MR. HAMILTON,
Mr. Alfred Hamilton died Sunday
morning M the horn ef his son, Ja
son Haffillten, U North Asneooro, at
tha ag ! years following a long
Ulnssi. , , jv
r Mr. Hamilton was aa henslt, up
right dtizen and held bt high esteem
by all who knew him. He ss a
member of Spoonl Chapel Christian
church. 1 "
, AThe'djseased is survived by three
sou,' Jaeon, Dallas and Isaiah Ham
ilton, all of Asheboro. . .
' The ftmeial 'servl! wW tefcduci
d by Rer. W, B WUlU at Bethel
chorch monday.aftereftbn. Interment
fouowea to the efctfth cemetery.
TO MEET NEXT MONDAY
The board of county commissioners
met last Monday with T. J. Finch,
E. B. Leach, and C. M. Staley pres
ent The minutes' of the previous
meeting were read and approved. No
further business was transacted and
the, board adjourned ' to meet next
Monday, November 10th.
Mf. S. E. Coble Dead
In a study of the number of chil
dren transported by motor vehicles
to consolidated rural schools in this
country, appearing in the 1924 edi
tion of "Facts and figures of the
! Automobile Industry," published by
Mr. White went to Sanford five the National Automobile Chamber of
years or more ago to become manager Commerce, it is found that North
of the Jefferson Standard Life In- Carolina holds third place, with 23,
surance Company agency and has de- 418 children transported, Indiana
veloped into one of Sanford's leading ! standing number one, with 60,000,
Randolph War Mothers Will Honor
World War Veterans November 11
The Randolph chapter of War
Mothers will on next Tuesday even
ing, November eleventh, entertain the
world war veterans of the county at
a turkey dinner in the court house at
eight o'clock. There will be wariem
iniscences, songs, music etc for en
tertainment Each soldier is Invited
to bring one, either wife,1 father,
mother or -friend tad enjoy the din
ner and the program. Any persons
interested In the soldier boys could
Mrs. S. E.' Coble, aged 78 years.
widow of the late George Washington
2 JSrSLT their interest by eontributing to
ov-' MTT: trr. IiVT the dinner which M riven to their
i l. -i-l, v-t honor.
wmo mum nwn m uikuw vu
foam, C . t
U laiUrt. -
BAPTttft NEWS LETTER
V . Oet Sunday . school i nnsnlmously
last Sunday morning to munch
campaign to, increase Its member
ship, .The goal is'two hundred and
this number is to , be rhe4 , by
Christmas. -Ths elas making the
best record in securing new mrmbert
and in' everige attendance will be re
warded the banner elase for the Rest
thirty daye following Christmas.
The Study Ctsss goes en with goed
Interest . Others of ouf eongrtgatioa
hnutd bm sttendlns? this class. , Cor
dial Invitation is herewith extended to
all who desire to join the elase or
heat the lectures.'- -, ;.'".-'
! The Bestor with Mr, J. M. Sams
rrMird to Grnsbere Monday of.
thl. wMk to be in a eonfermu with
the partors end ley men of the Pld
nwmt AociUon. Tb BVMtlng was
cu'.'fl tot the purpose of df"ing
t!. future jirtiErum of the Southern
pn,Mt ConnUon as it U rslatedto
t)i I'i-Hiont AssodaUott, ' t
Tl.S following tuliA will be dU
r.issfd by tl.e psstor. pxt f undays
,n,i ?, T't for h I
(J..-io! -"! lnlns, "T"1-; '
1" '1 H 1" !." The i ' '
was lirklen about 10 o'clock
died two hours afterwards.
Before her marriage Mrs. Coble
was Mis Ellen Pickett She Joined
the Methodist Protestant church ia
early girlhood and was m' eoasismftt
kmember of the church." She wee wide
ly known and beloved by a large cir
cle of friends . " ' '
She leaves three daughters, Mrs.
George I Parker, at . Enfield; Mrs.
A. B. ThompsosM . of Graham;
Bring Home Prizes
Randolph County bflt club members
brought home some prises from, the
State Fair held et Raleigh week be
fore last Each year at the - State
Fair there is . competition between
judging teams ef the boys' chtbe over
the state.'. Tali year more than
end : hundred club members from all parts
Miss Ciree Ceble, ef Libertyj a son,; the-tato wert 1 to eompetlUoa for
W. w, mow, 01 juoenyi man oroin- 1" vmw- , ) - ' -
e - A. F. Pkkstt of Libertv. -r Randolph eountrt learn was com.
Funeral services were held Tuesday poeoo. ,n .iwoen, ruuer, vmnani.
morning at the Liberty M. P. ehureh Keams, and Part Stoen, aQ of the
h n a. h. RhaltAn. assisted, bv i farmer community, -this teem won
IUv. W. F. Ashburn, Interment was w rmmn in in uvesrocs; , juagmg
made in the church eeraetery.
I ' Florida Outlaws KMeel
A t r-
JoKa Ashley Florida outlaw'' lead
er, wanted ; on charges of murder,
bank, robbery,, highway, robbery,
piracy on the high seas, and three
1 members ef his band, a1o watted, en
a number ef espital eharirs, were
Mllod in e ran fight with off leers last
Saturday alght while trying to Shoot
their wsy to liberty, at a point in
St Lode emmty, Florida. ' The effl
ors had Information that the ootlsws
would pfts throngh the rt.unty ,ea
t)i!r way to Jrkonille end hsd bar
rlra'likl Uts rosL The barrlrsi!
tt"i id ti'.e tnr In wl.irh the ent'awa
wr ridinir and ih ef.'lrrs m'' t
iff 's. Ate r':w 1 ' i'
r f f l' 1 if! '' n 1
oontett In judging seed the team al
to won 4th place. la the individual
judging contests Robert Fuller
first ribbon In the judging of : dairy
tattle. vDermont &erns won third
prise in the sheep judging contest In
addition to the ribbons awarded, , the
tears woo a total pt 132.00 n prise
money. . ', -.' -.; , . ,
The Randolph boy are to be eon
grstulated on their sneeess fat these
contests, ' It was the first time they
had ever entered a judging eon teat
and they did tins with little .prepara
tion, . t ' ' . v
BH riulllp, a mpectsd eoere wo
man ef Thomanvllle, was struck by an
siiiomoMle dilriin by a Lxlfletn fas
;' 'y erei.li j snd tnUnl!y allied.
' t1l)"i t vlslUng and was re
' - ' r to 1 r 1 - "rm. f ,
LaFoIIette Roast'eur T'
From Congreesiaswl EI
ITnaeto 1 --- JjJ
With returns from many" states still '
incomplete, President Coolidge, p -j.
pears to have been elected ever bir v
two opponents by a rolling tide - t
ballots mounting up toward the , ,
Harding landslide ef 1920. Butf
the returns still are insufficient to
show whether he will have a working 7-
majority of republicans in. congress.!; . f
Little more than half the senate and. i
house contests has been- finally , re-' . jt
ported, with the results so.' far ".
showing a net republican gain of a "V
dozen representatives and three. vt , -f
four senators. , . - v v
The bugaboo of throwing the! presi-v -dential
election into congress , emau l
chased away by the rapidit Nrith - 7
which large blocks of electoral vote ,
either fell into the Coolidge column '
or gave seemingly unmistakable evi' t
dences of going there as ,the. returns
continued to come in. ,"'?' t
John W. Davis succeeded in" caP
turing certainly only two States f ,
generally reckoned not Irrevocably .
democratic. Even at that ho lost
Kentucky, on the face of theC'fn'.
complete returns, althoughrTCot:
had carried it against. Harding. 'hi
1920. The same returns ' indicated
that he had brought back ' into , th '
democratic fold two of the states v
taken away by Harding Oklahoma : '
and Tennessee, t
Senator LaFoIIette, although poll
mg a popular vote of about 4,000,000
which approximates Roosevelt's ,'to- f. ;
tal when he led a third party move- s
ment in 1912, was assured the elee'
toral vote of only one state, bis own,
Wisconsin. Roosevelt captured eighty- f "
eight electoral votes in 1912 enough
to defeat his republican opponent, . -Taft,
and elect his democratic ad- .
versary, Wilson. ,' . - ",'a 't
It was estimated that Coolidge
polled 18,000,000 popular -votes-two
million more than were given
to Harding. Davis it was estimat
ed, had 8,000,000 as agafnst 9
and New Jersey second, with 24,000.
These figures are based on the re
ports submitted by the various state
departments of public instruction for
the year 1922-28. The report for that
year showed 237 consolidated rural
schools m North Carolina. Last year
seventy-five counties in this state
used motor transportation for school
children and approximately 50,000
children were transported hi the
1,800 motor busses now engaged in
this work. This number is equal to
the number transported in Indiana
in 1922-23, at which time that state
had its first place in the country. It is
not improbable that,, at the present
time North Carolina is transporting
es many, if not more, children in mo
tor vehicles, 'to rand consolidated
schools tloan any ether State in the
These figures indicate North Caro-
line's progress in her programs of
good reads, good schools, and good
health. Eight years ago three counties
were transporting 200 pupils. Good
roads have made possible the exten
sion of this wonderful servks on the
part of the State and eponUes, end
the efforts put forth to give to 00 un
try children the best offered today in
primary end secondary education.
Motor vehicle transportatioa has
gained the confidence of the people,
There is no ether method known to
vocational ' tratnina- in the rural
schools. ' No other method is likely
to' be devised in a state such as this,
make practicable the -development ef
with he Wide areas ef open country,
for bringing1 together the essentials
et a good school taxable wealth and
eiuiaren. la me woras or . weergs
Howard, Jr., Director ef School Org
anisation la North Caroline.' "Trans
portation makee U possible to pre
vide rural children Vita the Very best
educational wportufaiUes. Transper-
is-taa means ei broadening
and enriching the child for life, thus
making bis life happier and mere
banefialal to the But." .
AAA AAA drM. fA.-
More voters trooped to the ttoltfnff
a iw ! Dlaces and dropped thrtr ballot faster
I 'f TroUmgeri AJlisons r l f : " f '
G. Lowdermilk: Aeboro, H.T .M ?u-, .-ii iL
Fogleman; Asheville, C. W. lne electoral wmat-Mtw oy ;
Bates; Bess- Chapel, E. A. Bingham; nlte count, concession oy nvai mana--. , ;,
gers, or inaicutea uvuu, an oumwi " - , r v
this wav for the brecinct principal .) .,1'
contenders. . f
Totals: Coolidge, 867; Davis, 136;
LaFoIIette, 18; Doubtful, 18. ' J 's
The number necessary to a choice
is 226. i :
Should the Coolidge lead in these
states be sustained' by the final count,
it would add 18 electoral votes to his
total, and he woul dhave 886, Harding
Bessemer City, E. A. Bingham:
Burlington, S. W. Taylor; Caroleen,
T. G. McAlister; Chase City, J. H.
Trollinger; Charlotte, H. F. Sur-
ratt; Chatham, J. H. Bowman;
Cleveland, J. D. Morris; Concord,
L. C. Little; Connelly Springs, to
be supplied; Cornelius, C. E. Phillips;
Creswell, R. L. Hethcox; Davidson,
C. E. Ridge; Democrat L. S. Helms;
Denton, J. F. Alexander; Draper, J.
S. Riddle; Enfield, R. C. Stubbins;
Faii-view to be supplied; Fallston, J.
VL Morgan; Flat Rock, J. B. Trogdon;
Forsyth, G. L. Curry; Gibsonville and
Fountain Place, G. H. Hendry; Glen
Raven, T. A Williams; Graham, D. R.
in 1920, had 404.
e taio of
In many of the states carried by
Coolidge his majority ever both his
adversaries was overwhelming. In
New York state, where the republi
can national ticket made : a t clean
, 11 . . .1 a
Williams; Granville, W. F. Kennett; BweeP' 001,1 ,m 8 nwtropous ana up-y ;
Greensboro-Grace, S. K. Spahr, Sup-stat' DiHif TV)
ply; Calvary, L. W. Gemnger; St. 1 nor, th" 800,000. Intte New En
Paul, J. H. Moton; West End, E. Les- Kld states, Mr. Coolhlge e
ter caiiara; ureenvuie, n. u. roweu , r Z1L V
Guilford, C. H. Whltaker; Hslifax, C!wmcn B1,ro " v" " ,r" " ,
r tM. u. vi., w n PuH' W) one. 10 viuw mini ' i"
Henderson, J. E. Pritchard; High jorities likewise were tr
Point, First Church, G. R. Brown; ! out On the Pacific eoas
-i-u-v . a u xt :u... the ballots was almost
Lebanon. J. R. Hutton; Welch Mem- Late? u ora Caernla Wi-
orial, T. E. Pierce; KernersvUle. ' d the republican, rsargauwiw ,
Edward Suite; Lincolntort, a E. I wiU be , more than 100,000. . . . . -
Phillips; Uxington, State Street In New York Cvemc Alfred ; K. A
N. G Botha; Uttleten, J. B. O'- Smith withstood the handicap' ej v
nw.nt- Mrf,.n. T. M Johnaon! ' sweep for the republican national
Mecklenburg, Robert Short; Mid-(ticket and bested his 1 reimbliean :;
land, 3. M. Ridenhour; . Mocksville, ponent ror ieewjj"'T
T. Sisk; Mt Hermoa, W. F. Kooseveit, oy aa aumawu vv,w ,v .
Ashburn; Mt Pleasant.G. F. Mil- plurality. Kooeeyeu earns uowa irora. t v
lawayi North Davidson, R, Troxler; ! upstate districts wwn a mm vna- .
Orange, a M. Williams; Pagelsnd, seemeo ior a warn w me
M. Ivey Crutchfleld; Pinnacle, A. ! tion certain, but .the metropolis roe '
L. Hunter; Randleman, W. H.to the occasion. and yepelled the to--...
Neess; Randolph, A. O. Llndley; jvaaion at IU doorsteps. j r - , j, ?
Reidsville, J. D. Williams; Richland, In Ohio another democratic gov-"".';
C H. Hill; Roberta, N. Brittain; Urnor. Vie Donaghey, battling with
Rockingham, D, L Garner; Saxapa- J m similar handicap, is holding his own '
haw, H. L. IsleyL Shelby, C. B. Way; in a does race for re-election s gainst
Siler City, A D. Shelton; South Da- the republican nominee, former Gov
vidson, W. L. Carson; 8pring Church, mor Harry JZ Davis. The sweep of 1
H a. a. .Thompson; Stanley, AUas the Coolidge slide appeared on the .
Ridgfc; Tabernacle, J. A. Burgess; other band to hsvs reversed the ex
Taomasville, Circuit G. L. Reynolds; 1 peetatione ef the wiaeacme and to
Tbomaavflls Community Church, O.I have landed Ed Jackson, the reputu
WBliams; Union Grove, W. T. Tot- can' gubernatorial cam! I date In In
diana for the- governor's chair at In-
" . Breakhart DefaUd
. Benetor Broolheart, tsndUsto to
soeeead Umsett Ss United, 8utee Sen
ator from Jew a, has eoneM4 defeat
by his Denmeratie eppsMmt Daniel
F. Stack, who is leading by 1,000 ma
jority. . ,
ten; Vance, M. P. Chsmbliaa; Weaver-
villa, Homer Casto; West Forsyth, D.
A. Morgan; West ThomaevtUe, W.-M.
Loyr Whitokers, F.? W.' Paschall;
Why Hot, J. W. Hulin; Winston, B,
A. Hunter; Ysrborwgh, E. F. Root
la the bands of the president, D.
M. Ley, R. E. Andrews, Robert
Lloyd, 0. C lawy, B. B, Bucknsr, C.
a Isley, W. M. Pike, I. . W. Quick;
Lsft without appointment at hie own
recjtteat, C 7, td wards, ; t
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VmmU Btald Means Te Dsks
i Arthur firtsbene, wriUng for the
awtapers says North and South
Carolina should build a rnnntimpr,t to
Jame B, DuVs for Ms ertlv '- tn
In Texas,' ."Ma" Fergorson, v. If
of AH i impeached governor, '
bef nominatlim on the c"
erath) ticket jn Tfxi sfur a !
ens battle - aciii t . Van ry
thlsers and r-ir- 1 a f.-i s
ballot only sfi r a f-.n - r f 1 1
the, eourta, rt'R' 'lv I I- 1 1
warded with t. . 1 c 1
tog (he firat - Mil r ( ' '
preside ever t,e t). -t '
state. Very frn:i t r ! :
alve returns fm? :
lead for rv? '""r ! 1 1 1
to 0 woman, V . ' 1 ,
dMhowstis nor. ,
was fmrmnr v
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doifl'.f'rg pr 3'' 4 i l owl
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