Vol. VI.—No. 43.
RALEIGH, N. C, OCTOBER 31, 1912.
One Dollar a Year.
CITY AUDITORIUM, RALEIGH, N. C.
Where Annual Convention will be held December 10-13th. This is one of the finest convention halls in the United
States, and will seat 5,000 people. Building cost $137,000.
The next annual convention of the North Carolina FarjjAers’ Union,
which meets in the Capital City, December 10th, will be one of the great
est gatherings of farmers ever held in the State, and from present indica
tions will be the largest, in point of attendance, ever held by a State
organization. Probably 700 regular credited delegates will attend this
meeting, while a larger number of visitors are likely to be present. All
sessions of the convention, except the first, will be held strictly in ac
cordance with Union rules and regulations, and none but those having
the pass-word will be admitted.