Broadside outlining the tenets of the North Carolina Anti-Saloon League, which "favors calling an election under the existing law in every town or city now licensing saloons" to prevent "whisky distilleries... now forbidden to operate in the country, removing to incorporated towns or cities." "Submitted by...A. J. McKelway, James H. Pou, J. A. Hartness, R. N. Simms, Heriot Clarkson, W. J. Ferrall, C. D. Graves, J. C. Blalock, J. A. Smith, Robert Riggsbee, H. A. Page, Q. K. Nimocks; and unanimously adopted by the Convention of 300 delegates at Raleigh, July 7, 1903, representing nearly eighty counties."