Clipped From The Wilmington Messenger
KITCIIIX ANl BROOKS. Candidates; for Gorernor .nd for Con gress in FifCIi Iislrict. oince it nas become known that Congressman W. W. Kitchin, of Rex- boro, is to be a candidate for governor in the next campaign there has been opened up another phase of the political situation this as to who will be in the race for the nomination as his success-! or in congress. The news that Con-; gressman ivitcnin was to be considered' m . - - .' in ine race lor tne governorship, whil not causing any surprise, was the sub- ject of much talk today. Naturally the trend of all this talk drifted t( who would -be in the race for congress Solicitor A. L. Brooke, who has beei (here this week appearing in the cas of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Allen asainst th Durham Traction Company; and whos name has been prominently mentionei in 'oonnectioai with the congressiona race, was seen by your corresponeien and asked about the matter. He di i - not care to talk very much but whei told that many prominent citizens wer mentioning his name in this connectioi amd he was asked for an answer to ill question, he admitted that he has fo some time thought about entering lb- (race. Jjurnam special to News ant Observer.