"A Common Scene on the public roads under "White Man's Party Democratic Government."
Common Scene on lvtr H- H- McCain. I was overseer of W , r xt - - road IOi iw)Cdis. wcuigc xi. iiic- iiic- Cer of this road, and I worked under U with' the above-named above-named above-named white men. JAMES M. HlIX. norn toJand subscribed before me, Vi;d da v of .September, 1898. tt. r. iNEWBY, J. if. $th Carolina Randolph County, r George H. McCain, colored, being V'f sworn, depose ana say, mat jonn H a Democratic chairman of the Board Road Supervisors of Asheboro town-ii, town-ii, town-ii, appointed me road overseer, and on border' given me by Mr. Hill were the jes of John Chrisco, Cooner Chrisco j Ziari Jarrell, all white men, and jas Baldwin, Jim Hill and Joe Nichols, :lored. My force consisted of three iitemenand three negroes. The road Jjt was worked was a part of the road ying from Asheboro to Franklinsville. ft worked from where the stock-law stock-law stock-law ve now stands to the township line, near rsoa Trogdon's. I was overseer on this fad for twelve months. George H. McCain. Sworn to and subscribed before me this i day of September, 1898. "B, F. Newby, J. P.