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THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE SECOND R XDO nox enn. ebtemberllth AppctJ ctchictn sition, villa T October 1st This brings glad tidings of an industrial, commercial, social and amusement event that is greater, grander, more mammothand more magnificent than the preceding successful event of 1910. It offers a line of attractions never before heralded in the South. LOWEST RAILROAD RATES EVER GIVEN IN THE SOUTH READ THE EVENTS : Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st Weber's Famous Prize Baud daily. Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st Mighty, Magnificent. Mammoth Midway, full of mirth, music and merriment. Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st Entertaining, Enticing,' Startling, Sensational Free Amusement Features. Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st "Hiawatha," a bewildering ro mantic Indian drama, replete with pathos and thrilling situations, presented by a company of 100 Indians, from the "Indian village ' ' Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st Lottie Meyer, the work s famous diving girl, in thrilling aquatic acts. Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st Wonderful Moore.famil. f aerial acrobats, performing feats never before seen in the South. , , Sept. 11th Oct. 1st Zaretzky's Russian troupe of i , skilled whirlwind and acrobatic dancers Sept. 11th to Oct. lst-t-Strobel's dirigible balloon and other modern aerial craft, in daily and nightly flights over the exposition park and buildings. Sept. llto to Oct. 1st Mammoth Hippodrome, present ing a constellation of amusements, thrilling and '.. daring acts of unsurpassed excellence. ' Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st Oscar Babcock, tne intrepid, daring, dashing performer, Looping the Loop and Flying the Flume. . ! . Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st Prince Nelson, the world's most noted high wire performer. Sept. 11th Opening Day. Parade aad Escort of Gov. Ben W. Hooper and Staff. Sept. 11th Opening of Live Stock Exhibit," which will , be the largest and greatest ever held in the Southland. Sept. 11th Pain's Grand Pyrotechnic Display and Illu ... mination in compliment to Tennessee's gifted ... governor, presenting the most brilliant display 1 of aerial and set pieces ever seen in this country. Sept. 12th Opening of the great Outdoor Horse Show, a society event that will long be remembered in - the annals of the South, and the only Horse Show in the South in the year 1011. Sept. 12th Cleveland Day, celebrated in compliment to the large exhibit made by the ladies aud citizens , - of Cleveland and Bradley county, exemplifying - the great resources of that county. ? , Sept. 13th Hecond night of the Great Horse Show. Sept. 14th Horse Show, with special fine features, Sept. 14th Farmers' Day, convention of the farmers of , ufc tne Appalachian territory and especially of the East Tennessee Farmers' Convention. . Sept. 15th Grand Aerial display in compliment to the press of the Appalachian region. Sept. 16th Ohio Day, address by Governor Judson Har mon, or umo. Sept. 18th Taft Day. I "- 1 f . '.,.- " ' ' , v ' , , , Sept o s - '- - 's , ' 'r -Jr ' -v'.- - ' -' - - Kant : ; ; " X . : . ' v' ' .1 . ; sept. is - ; ' ' -. - Sept. " '-' lepl ck" V , . . ' : sept. MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING ""Among the notables coming are: Gov. Ben W .Hooper, Gov. Judson Harmon, Gov. Woodrow Wilson, Hon. Champ Clark, Col. Wm. J. Bryan and President W. H. Taft. Low railroad rates granted by the Southwestern as well as the Southeastern Passenger Association, giving Tennesseans of Oklahoma, Texas and all the west an opportunity to "come back home" and visit the Appal achian Exposition. - i Remember the Dates and the Rates The Dates Sept 11 to Oct. 1. The Rates Lowest ever granted any exposition by any railroad. Every Day a Gala Day Every Night a Feature Night READ THE EVENTS : 18th Famous production of Pain's "Pioneer Days" or "Battle or King's Mountain." Sumptuous, splendid, sensational scenes, depicting interest ing ligures of Revolutionary days, with 500 per formers, concluding with Pain's Manhattan Beach pyrotechnic presentation. Sept. 18th and 19th Bristol Day, celebrated by thoua- . ands of the citizens of the Border City, with ad- s dresses from prominent citizens of Virginia and Tennessee, ' - ' 19th Chattanooga Day and review of the great exhibit made by that city. ... . 21st Woman's Congress, under auspices of the ' Woman's Board, with prominent speakers. Will , , be opened and presided over by Hon. Champ' Clark, Speaker of the House of Representatives. 21, 22, 23, 25 and 26 Great Race Meet, presenting the fleetest footed racing stock of Tennessee and Kentucky. 19, 20, 21 Bench Show of some of the finest dogs in America. . -, 22nd Coal Men's Day. Grand Barbecue in the afternoon and Banquet at night. 25lh William J. Bryan will talk to the people of the Appalachian section on- the "Signs of the Times." 25lh Pain's presentation of the "Eruption of Vesuveus, preceded by a Grand Ballet and con cluding with Pain's Manhattan Pyrotechnic production. This spectacle is considered the most startling and sensational of all the Pain productions. 2ath to 30th Poultry Show, under rules and regu- ? lations of the Americaa Poultry Association, -presenting an array of birds Iiom all parts of America. 28th Negro Day. . " 28th Nashville Day, when thousands from the cimiu i;uy are cajtoku 10 visu me JtiXposnion and gieat'preparalions are being made. Sept-29lh City Beautiful Day. Sept. 30th Knoxville Day. OTHER GREAT EVENTS NOW IX PREPARATION. Industrial, Commercial add Social Progress of t he South land exemplified in exhibits congesting cigh ' mammoth Exposition Buildinsrs. hese include: ' Manufactories' products, mercantile displays, min eral resources forestry yields, handicraft of women and domestic science achievements, wealth of agricultural products, county exhibits, city exhibits, U. S. govern ment displays, railroad exploitations, live stoek, pet stock, poultry and canines, achievements of the negro race, and innumerable other features to Instruct, enter tain, euuy ana inspire. Sept. Sept. B9t3H urn U 11 ni iii H ns lev IsEFr kl V "Pinnacle" "Crystal Pale" (Araber) (Light) "Mountain few" , ; " (Dark Salvator Style) '-K " . . NOTED FOR THEIR Qualities, Age and Purity WE ALSO BKEW AND BOTTLE DAISY" Near Beer Contains not more than l alcohol by volume. ' . ALSO THE FAMOUS , " Temperance Drink No. 23 " Contains less than J of 1 alcohol by volume. Delicious Nourishing Refreshing We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage. v Prices Furnished Upon Application. COX JUMPS GOVERNOR Arraigns the Chief Executive in Speech at Blountville Hoop- er Makes Comment. Senator John I. Cox talked politics at Bluntville Monday. Hev said that ihe fusion movement in Tennessee made him sick every time he thought of it. He told his audience how he tried to save Tennessee in the last lsgis lature, but Governor Hooper would not allow it, and claim d that he wann to put the election machinery back Into the hands of the people. The speaker arraigned Governor Hooper and. his official acts. Governor's Comment. Nahsville, Sept. 4. Governor Hoop er was asked for a statement in reyly to the speech oi Senator Cox at Blount ville in the morning. . . ' "None whatever," was the govern or's answer. "I do not care to discuss Senator Cox's record. Hisfrlend.Gov. Patterson, devoted some attention to that subject at one lime. It can easily be brought down to date when oppor tune. If the senator's account of his stewardship, as he calls it, is no nearer the facts than his statements in regard to my administration, hlj constituents will find it necessary to check up bis account." . HOOPER SPEAKS AT COOKEVILLE Governor Hooper delivered an ad dress at the labor day exercises held at Cookevtlle, discussing education and labor. . MORRISTOWN FAIR IS IN FULL BLAST . Morristown, Sept. 6. Morristown's fifth annual fair is in full blast and the largest crowd's in the fair's history are expected. Thursday will be the big day. A big racing program has been arranged. - First Baptist Church. J. W. O'Hara Pastor. ' r Preaching 10:45 a. m., and 7:45 p. m. Subjects, "Essentials of the First Christian Church" and "The Ungodly at the Judgment." S. B. 9:30 a. ra., S. R. McSween an Jas. Stokely Supls. B. Y. P. U. 6:4a p. ra.,Cicero Sparks Pres. L. G. Duvck. Leader. Midweek seryice 7:15 p. niM Wed nesday. 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