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TuesdayJuly 12, 1004
THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER
County Alliance Mcetiogt.
SAMPSON.
The Sampson County Farmers Al
liance will meet with Mingo Academy
the second Thursday in July, 1904.
We are expecting one of the best
meetings that has ever been held
among the farmers in Sampson
County. Bro. II. M. Cates, our State
Lecturer, will be with us and it is
well worth a trip to hear him. Wo
are also expecting" Bro. T. B. Par
ker, or State Business Agent, to be
with us and we feel quite sure no
man will lose no time nor money if
he goes to hear them, and then goes
back home and practice what they
give you. Brother Cates will be in
Sampson for two or three weeks,
working for the interest of the Farm
ers Alliance. All who want him in
their neighborhood can get him. He
is a plum down good speaker, and
also one of North Carolina's most
successful farmers. He can tell you
how to make money on the farm, and
how to handle it when you make it.
Ho is the man who made three hun
dred dollars on one acre of pickles.
The query for the meeting reads:
What should be the attitude of the
Alliance toward jtrusts and com
bines ?
Remember the day, and come, and
be with us. We will insure you a
good dinner, and also a good time.
J. .A. TURLINGTON, Secretary.
NASH.
Nash County Farmers' Alliance
will meet in regular session with Red
Oak sub Alliance at Rod Oak, July
A4, 1904.
Officers for the ensuing year will
be chosen, and also other important
matters will be attended to. We hope
every sub will have delegates present.
Yours fraternally,
J. B. JOYNER,
Secretary County Alliance.
CUMBERLAND.
Brother Cates will be present and
address the Cumberland bounty Al
liance at Flea Hill on Wednesday,
July 13th, and Sampson County Al
liance at Mingo Academy, on Thurs
day, July 14th, and will spend the
following two weeks in lecture work
in the counties.
J. C. BAIN.
WILSON.
The Wilson County Farmers' Al
liance will meet with Toisnot Sub
the second Thursday in July, 1904.
and we would like to have a full dele
gation, as it is time to elect officers
for the coming year. We hope to
have some good speaking by several
of our members.
J. H. FLOWERS,
Sec-Treas.
ALAMANCE
The Alamance County Farmers'
Alliance will meet in the court house
in Graham on the second Thursday
in July (this, being the 14th) at 11
o'clock a. m. The Rev. Jeremi h. W.
Holt will address the Alliance on
"The Importance of Organization
and Co-operation of the Farmers."
Mr. Holt is a logical speaker, and his'
speech will be worth your while to go
and hear. ,
Now don't forget that. county offi
ces are to be 'elected for the coming
year and delegates to the State Al
liance are also to be elected, and oth
er important business to transact. It
is desired that every sub Alliance in
the county not only send delegates
.but as many representatives as pos
sible. Now, boys, show your hand.
H. M. CATES,
County Secretary.
Alamance Co., N. C.
Farmers' Meeting in Alamance.
Editor! Progressive Farmer :
It had been raining all the first
part of the week and the farmers
were somewhat behind with their
work, and the clouds had rolled by
and the ground had just gotten in
fine condition to work and every far
mer was extremely busy. And yet,
according to previous announcement,
there was a farmers' meeting at
Hawfield grac'-! school -house last
Saturday, Juiy 2nd, arid Bro. T. B.
Parker was there, and in his usual
earnest, forceful, logical style, talked
to the people about the benefits of
organization among all classes and
declared that the farmer was not an
exception to the rule ; that he, too,
was getting help through this same
channel. His speech made a good
impression and no doubt that later
on results will follow. We hope to
have Brother Parker with us again
even this year.
Among the distinguished visitors
with us that day was our old friend,
Capt. B. F. White and his accom
plished daughter, Mis3 Vaughan.
Cant. White also gave us a very in
teresting and l entertaining talk,
reminiscences of his bovhood days in
the old Hawfield section. He pic
tured to the boys the old school
house of sixty-five and seventy years
ago and compared that with the mag
nificent building they were occupying
to-day. He showed to them that it
was possible for a boy in this day,
and with his surroundings, to make
more. He said the boys of to-day
had advantages never dreamed of in
his boyhood days, and urged upon
them the importance of using these
magnificent opportunities and know
something, and be something, and do
something, that would reflect credit
on their fore-fathers. You made a
good talk, Capt. White, and our
hearts were made glad because you
were with us. Don't let the watch
business bother you; it had simply
stopped; that's why we unconsciously
looked at it so often.
I was just thinking of Dr. Free
man's letter in The Progressive Far
mer two weeks ago and of his call
for strong men to lead the farmers,
etc., and I almost felt like calling
the roll again. Brother Bain, what's
the matter with the Farmers' Alii-
ance s uoctor, wnen tnmk oi
such men as John Graham, Prof.
Kilgore, C. W. Burkett, Dr. R. H.
Speight, E. L. Daughtridge, J. A.
Davis, Dr. Person, C. II. Poe, T. J.
Oldham, T. B. Parker, I. M. Green,
II., D. Edgerton, Bob Dixon, W. A,
Graham, and thousands and thou
sands of other great men now on our
roll where can you find men with
broader shoulders, better heads and
bigger hearts than these men who to
day are standing in the ranks of the
Farmers' Alliance ready to help the
farmer in anv and every way to a
higher and better plain ? If the far
mers wait for better and broader
minded men than these to lead them.
I fear they will forever be in thp.
low-grounds of well, ' simply get
left. H. M. CATES.
Alamance Co., N. -C.
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