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CY H. LYLE, Editor and Owner. PUBLISHED EYEKY THURSDAY ; 'RUBBISH AND TRASH" The Knoxville Tribune and Journal is not pleased with some things The Commercial Appeal has had to say about its candidate. It denounces the statement in The Commercial Appeal about what would happen if Hooper would be governor as mere "rubbish and trash." We re Entered at the PoMornce at Johnson City, Tea- nessce Seeond Class Matter. Yielding to the prima facia evidence print what the Journal and Tribune of a universal demand for a candidate Mta lnT anoth lun. and ft,so . what the Journal and Tribune says lor congress tu nuucnu mc i jjjgUj jj P. Brownlow and also to mt out tne That paper not oaly attacks The Unexpired term of the dead statesman, Commercial Appeal, but also "the we have Kiven ear to the numerous nameless man from Hooper's own and earnest appeals, and agree with .V travf,,n WU , ator Taylor." Tins "nameless man," the populace that we are the most the Journal and Tribune says has been available man in the district to make making some attacks upon Hooper by the race, and thsrefore enter the con-1 innuendo. Its position is thatjhe is test with the kindest feelings for our unfit to be governor of Tennessee. Mr. I T Trw-titAr Y I ttiunl Tina mi hi in fital omon t oonlilnr. Tf lhir ilufont 111 """1"" " " alleged that certain machine papers shall not complain for a moment, and were BUackinnis life rreVious to four if we are elected we will go to ash- years. From that time forward Mr, inglou, determined to do our utmost Hooper gives the public a statement as for the district that has been filled i nl!j -apu iiooper, n seems, is ,m.fa . ,i,.iMnn.r. trying to make capital out of some I thine It) :it. Vina not he-en done. ov rtf flio mwl ennnnuuf ill mpinhpr who I I Cnort his nuhlin reconl and unon his ever set in uie nans 01 wngiwi iron. v,ewpointo as shown by his public rec. any state, Col. VV. P. Brownlow, pur ur(, and upon his mental attainments lamented dead, make a persistent effort as shown by his public records, and in m to lower the cost of living, see that no Ws Public speeches The Commercial . . . . I Appeal says he is unfit to be governor fail hfnl t vi nliM'nn fa rnmntrarl frnm nl. I ' 1 " I of Tennessee. uce except uy uentu, tutu bj-cuu U,c h. hm U)e b- t that goes with paltry salary in such an artistic man- weakness. He has a narrow viewpoint ner as to make Johnson City look a I that comes from lack of experience metropplis. This is a gloriously free He has small hatreds in his soul be cause ne nas never come in contact country, we have a right to run, it is a laudable ambition to go to congress, and with enmity toward none aud kindness for all, we get in the going. We want your vote, but if you can't with the big things of life. He votes against Confederate pen sions, lie votes against shelter for de crepit Confederate soldiers. He thinks, as the journal of the leg- give it, we shall continue to be friends, islature shows, that sixteen years are Let the people decide and we shall be too high for the age of consent law. A . . fixr 1 1 r vT f7 I iuujv luns uw uw uji-uotiAt amubiieu. yi n. uiui. i ...... , . . up to i stHuuaru requireu 111 tne in dividual who would be the head offl- If you vote for Lyle you will never Cial of the people of this great state. regret it and may have many reasons to be glad of it. Bristol has organized a Bob Taylor club and several democrats are notice able by their absence from member ship. No man can do for this district what He could not have secured the re publican nomination for governor be cause of anything he may have done. He was nominated because those who nominated him thought he had done nothingbecause, they thought, he had no record. His record is a bobtailed one, but what there is of it is bad. He was nominated because Newell Sanders and some. I 1 yl . T7 4- ll-.l 1 ! J 1 Brownlow did but Cy H. Lyle can do -lay "vans conironeu uie leuerai I rf1tlrVwil1iirci ff Tannaocaa Thou 1 nl 1 I as much as any one and more than ,. , . ,,.,, . , , ' the federal officeholders to nominate Hooper, and Hooper was nominated. If Hooper should sit in the governor's A vote for Cy H. Lyle means that chair he will fetch and carry for San- Johnson City will be featured In ders and lor Ji,vans. Washington and will be greatly bene- NVno 8 Uay v8M a man . i wuo uuriiig ma term in congress wusi u.wu m u .ulC..a. nuj. .Hiwai. th fsri hill Who is Newell Sanders? The head Cy H. Lyle will not go to congress of the republican machine of Tennes- for the purpose of pupose of punishing political enemies but will try to build up his section and home city. In the senatorial convention Mon day Washington county could have nominated Hon. A. B. Bowman, but gome one would not let it be done. When Col. Brownlow began his ef forts to establish the Soldiers' Home here he had the hearty and unqualified support of The Comet while he was fought by others. see. The republican machine of Tennessee is a sordid organization of officeholders, and until this year its meetings were marked by fist-fights, by bickerings and by blackguardism. If Hooper is elected, Sanders will be the real governor of Tennessee, and if , Sanders is the real governor of Tennes see he will move heaven and earth to keep Tennessee iii the republican col umn. If it is needed to re district the state to do this, Sanders will see that it is done. If it is necessary to wheel the ne groes in line, Sanders will bring them in. The national republicans are helping to finance Hooper's campaign. The national republican committee wants Tennessee in the republican ctnumn in Brownlow's work is inspiration en ough for any one, and while in con gress we shall be only too glad to cm late his emamples aud carry out his 1912, plans and desires for his district. Newell Sanders is assessing federal onlcenolders in Tennessee for money I fn T-Tninor ...... Who is ravinit the expenses of Gus that "Col. Brownlow ought to be elect- Etl0eirl lhlg ,!ghl? Who is paying ed to congress for life and when he the expenses of Hooper's campaign? died the otllce should be abolished." Since there are constitutional reasons why the olllee can not be abolished, we have decided to (ill it. GOV. PATTERSON TO ENTER LECTURE FIELD Gov. Malcolm ltiee Patterson has, upon the earnest solicitation of numer ous friends over the state, consented to Republican officeholders, and those men who have in the past contributed money to debauch the electorate in New York and Indiuna and other Northern states. The republicans are playing a deep game. Hooper is the only republican on the stump. The other public speaking is being done- by 'democrats who have turned traitor to their party. The republicans know that if they turn loose an army of re publi mil spellbinders the people of I Tennessee will see the full meaning of Gov. ratterson has a national repu tation as a public speaker. He has the deliver a limited number of lectures, this campaign. ana now nas in course or preparation a n,ese ropuulicnn leaders are doing lecture, and he will in the near future their work undercover, and are send- deliver it in sonic iiointa in Tennessee. MK out decoy ducks like lOnloe and Cates. Klecl Hooper governor of this stale and make Newell Banders the real gnvcrnor and he will throw this power locnarm tils au.nenee sucn as is slate ij,,t.k to tne Ume wIlM1 republican pukseKi?d by few public men of today, rule meant oppression, disorder aad the The fact t hai he has consented to lee bankrupting of the slate Commercial ture will be pleasing news to thousands I Al'Pctt'- who know his t ower of enterluiiilnir. I Aa t Xnvlnr irnoa mnwiifnir nn. flip Tl... H..I.I ..,111 l, ...,!!., .,, " ' --v r." A lt: III vttil if ikuvumj m :n bill. I . . , mT . boys come marching buck. Noticed governor, as bis public addresses have thHti haven't you? Bristol Herald so far been principally M)litical, yet Courier. no mio h lin him rend or licnrd liin null. j ii ins upereii lur, jiuujier uuusteu ui lie addresses will doubt for a moment having voted for three old Confederate live. bis sueeeKS as an entertainer. The LdUiers for Judges in the August elec geveruor's lecture will not only be en- tion. But these three were men of ed lertainiiig. but will be highly lnstruc- ucatlon and ability and already mak lug good law fees. How about a home I nnri neiiHlmiv fur Lhn rvrmr I hp lamp Gov. Patterson has been governor of ConfcderilteH and the widows of those Tennessee for two terms and was unan- who fell in buttle or have died of dig lmously re-nomhialed to succeed him- ease. Did you vote for these? No! ielf for a third term, but surrendered Covington Leader. ki nomination in the interest of demo, c ratio harmony. Born, to Attorney and Mrs. B. S. Gore, a bouncing baby girl. - Take your wife a beautiful frumed were the Knoxville gusU of Captain ' picture, priees from 25 cenU to 14 Col li. A. Wood and family Buojtajr. law. Kenible-Cochran Co. Edward Lynn and Frank Maloney V If 4 HE CULLS EA T I SENATOR BOB TAYLOR SPEAKS TO THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE Confederate Veterans Who Encour age Hooper Casts Shadow on the Memory of Comrades Dyersburg, Tenn., Oct. 25.-"How do you like your candidate, my wob bling friends?" has been the frequent question asked by Itobert L Taylor in his speeches, five or six, made yesterday. The democratic candidate for gover nor has made it a point to give records of Hooper and Enloe on every occa sion. He unfolds the story of Hoop er's action in voting against pensions for confederates and in refusing to agree not to prosecute bootleggers in Newport, and to Enloe's war record and his record as to democratic office holder, who is now seeking to destroy his party. Six thousand people in- Laureldale county heard Bob Taylor today. He spoke at Herming, Gates, Ripley and Halls, and at night he talked to other thousands at Tiptonville, the seat of Lake county. Bands music, flowers, processions and oratory were the order. Between fields white with unpicked cotton, the triumphal Taylor train traveled. In these fields there was a noticeable dearth of pickers. Passen gers along the line in Tipton and i Lau reldale counties related that the far mers were fastened to their fields, and could not be induced to leave, even to hear their candidate f jrjgovernor. ' Nevertheless, there as no apparent shortage. A short distance from the depot at Henning several hundred had gather ed. From a rostrum therej the sena tor dropped a few new thoughts for wanderer to ponder over. Said he: "Every veteran who goes oa the latform with Hooper and to that extent encourage his candidacy casta a shadow cn every principle he ever fought for, and on Ih? memory cf his comrades whose bones smoulder on the battlefields of the south. "I am for temperance and enforce ment of laws. How is Hooper going to enforce the law any better than I can? The record of his party in the way of enforcing the law when they had the opportunity to do it is not so promising. Enloe is as much republi can today as is Hooper. I would rath er vote for Hooper than Enloe, be cause Enloe is a traitor to the party that has fed him. " Leaves are falling. Babies don't fall away while taking Dr. Fahrney's Teething Syrup. Itmakes sap blood. tp-oct LARGE NEW BRICK PLANT AT KINGSPORT The secretary of state has issued pa pers of incorporation for the Kingsport Brick Company, a new $.30,000 plant which is being established by Atlanta and Home, Ga., men, says the Knox ville World. J. D. Whitaker, of Atlanta, is presi dent and E. E. Mahan, of Home, vice- president of the new concern, which will be ready for operations in the next few weeks. The plant is being estab lished on the land of George 1 Carter, president of the C, C. & O. railway, at fit M II i JMiTln.i.iltjlit.lllill. ti "rtiiMtTifrll Kingspork It will be one of the lafg--eit brick manufacturing plants in the state and it will produce bricks of the finest quality, as geologists have found ; some superior clay in the vicinity of ( uie piam wmcn it is claimed win make bricks that will compare with the white and bufT bricks which are being made in several Ohio and Indi ana cities. Geo. L, Carter, president of the Car olina, Clinchficld and Ohio railway, is I said to be interested in the new indus-! try and for some time contractors have been busy pushing the plant to com pletion. A siding has been construct ed from the main line of the C, C. A O railway to the mammoth plant which is nearing completion. TilFT IS USMSTRm ! (iyvfii i m iiip Timn ma iun Can't Learn ia School. When the stomach is out of order or the bowels constipated, a feeling of drowsiness and inactivity comes over the body. The brain won't think and the body won't work. If it is a child who suffers in this way, it naturally can t learn well in school, as it has no inclination tor study. Give the child a dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and you will soon find it wonderfully improved and ultimately cured. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has become tamous tor its cures of coughs, colds, croup and influenza, i ry it when in need. It contains no 1 r.nlul substanre and alwajt gives prom; t relief, bold by all dealers. IN ROOSEVEL'S 'HALL OF INFAMY' SYS HARTIM 1ST. LITTLETDII A TRULY BENEFICIAL AID in cases of Poor Appetite, Headache, Heartburn, Sour Risings, Bloating, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Biliousness and Malaria, Fever and Ague is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. For over 57 years it has been assisting sickly and rundown people back to health, and its friends are therefore, legion. You really ought to try this wonderful remedy at once and be satisfied that it is the only one you need to keep you healthy. Ten Vote Coupon Good for Ten Votes in THE COMET'S PONY VOVING CONTEST Miss or Master. Address Must be Voted as Soon as Possible for Convenience Nomination Coupon COMET'S PONY CONTEST This Coupon When Properly Filled Out Entitles Miss or Master Address To 5,000 Votes in The Comet's Pony Contest - X m -"A" t ,.; -: W y i Jt v. JS.1 r 4 a. 5 A " a it.' I A 1 I . U I --Ma " feVt ' . . rf).!, iii...-. -i w A UjWfcKtw V- irr - - V - ':J.i-J Hon. J. T. Fugate Withdraws From Race For the benefit of the political condi tion! of the First Congressional Dis- for congresi and recommend to the thy of the honor. Yours tiuly, voters of the district Col. C. H. Lyle, j JAMES T. FUGATE. The New Nationalism, He Says, Ha3 Its Source in Roosevelt's Abiding Disrespect of Men trict, I hereby withdraw frcm the race. rf Johnson Cily, whom i consider wor-l Johnson City, Ttnn., Oct. 26, 1910. New York, Oct. A new turn was given to the attack on Colonel Roose velt anil his "Jsew Nationalism" by Martin W. Littleton, democratic can didate for congress in the Oyster Hay district, in an address last night at Car negie hall. The new nationalism, he said, has its source in the abiding disrespect Mr. Roosevelt, has constantly shown to ward "our form of republic," which has caused him to show dissatisfaction with the public men of this country as well as its institutions. Cittng criticisms passed upon former presidents by Colonel Roosevelt, Mr. Littleton added that apparently anoth er executive and that one of Mr. Room velt's own creation is probably await ing his place in "this hall of infamy." And this president who is awaiting no doubt his place in this hall of fn famy is one that Mr. Roosevelt him self created, he said, "it is a pathetic picture of broken friendship; it is a sad commentary upon the stability of political alliances to Rec a patient, a just, earnest, plain and rugged judge, who occupies the position of president, almost crowded out of bis place and excluded from the prerogatives of his office by a man who continues to reign wherever and with whomsoever he may be. "The vast region of Mr. Roosevelt's political economy he has peopled with a law-made race of men and women who grope tlieii way about in the very fog of diffuse and unrelated power. In the wide range of his active mind ho has never encountered a structure of authority which he would not change; a form of government which he would not alter; a society -which he would not transtorm. In the long reach of his ample and enriched years he has never met with a philosopher whom hewould not advise; a teacher whom he would not instruct; a soldier whom he would not command; a king who sceptre he would not wield; a book which he would not re-write; a religion which he would not recognize; a civili- zaliorrwhich he would not reconstruct. "In government bound by no law, in life bound by no policy; in inter course hound by no attachment; in de bate bound by no record; in society bound by no conventions; in conduct bound by no tradition; in attack bound by no strategy; in retreat bound by no order; in ambition bound by no limit; he towers today the embodiment of conscious ana unconstrained power. lie is the final, conclusive and dog matic answer to the riddles of the uni verse." Some (Unil Meiliiid Advice. Throw away pills and strung cathartic! which are violent in action, and always have on hand Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin, which cures constipation and all disease arising from stomach, liver and bowel trou bles. It will cure old or young, and is the greatest family remedy that a home can have. tCecp a bottle always at hand. liou may need it anv moment. It is absolutely guaranteed to do what is claimed, and if you want to try it before buying, send your address for a free sample jotlle to Pepsin Syrup Co, 119 Caldwell !li!p , Monticello, III. It i fold ty all Jrugsrists at 50c and $1 a bottle. AMERICAN KILLED IN FILLIPINO OUTBREAK Manila, Oct. lid. Two bands of Man obos tribesmen are depredating the west coast of Da vac, in southeastern Mindanao Island and have killed sev eral planters, including Karl Gerr, nn American. All available iroops were ordered to the scene today. ilngal.ler-General John J. rershing; commanding the department of Min danao, has I ft, his headquarters at Zamboanga t command the reinforce ments which ar. being hurried to I)a vao. The Manobos Dattos declare their purpose of expelling all foreigners and Filipinos from the district. HOME WEDDING YESTERDAY Yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride in this city, Miss Bessie Chinowth was united in marriage to Mr. Sprague. of Lexington, Ky., Rev. W. B. JJuclianan ofltciating. Jt was a quiet afflr and only a few close friends of the family were present. Mr. and Mrs. Bprague left on the Memphis Spe cial amid a rice shower for Lexington, Ky., their future home. Mr. Bprrgue was here about two years ago with the contractors who did the street paving and met his fate. Their many friends here will follow them into their new horru, with best wishes for their future happiness and prosperity.