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- .r- r- Ebcffrcncb BroaD ctler " " . M. 1 Shipman, Editor -T. R. aqw$; &socmt& Editor Democratic National; Ticket. rrFgr rrteMntfrWilliam Jen nings .Bryan, of Nebraska. ' . For Vj ce -"Presideht-J o h n orthKernV of Indiana. r - Anyway Henderson county .7ill be represented in the State ycrnmenanSQ jrwjll-ithis - ;n2wcpaper rTbis ought to , help .come. - ' . ' ": ; --The republican he ver - fought harder in their lives or worked more industriously to keep out of : the reach of their opponents dur ing the campaign. ; ; We'fwish to congratulate he gpod men who stood-shoulder to shoulder m:e.memprable. fight X&XH&ii .the rights of the - toiling masses, on Tuesday. They have done . well. ; Three cheers for State ; Ghair ?1naa)'Merr pHe did weft Vfbr , an ateur This pai; pre ' sented many.new and perplexing lhases but Mr. Eller has .shown ft n hirixself to be a diplomat in every sense of the word having kept t;;tat ear to the ground all the time. Marion Butler,; Spencer Adams . trand their band of political pre ryaricators have received; another -deserved rebuke at the .hands "of the electorate of the good Old -kbrthaState: And the result v will be ever thus each two years until the republican party and its leaders become, more respectable. : No party can me higher than Jts -2 head. " ; ' :-:v:: ' ' : 'X . ; Locke Craig's speech at the court house on Monday" was de Vcidedly:the finest heard here dur- itog the campaign;; and i the crowd which -greeted him :packed . the larauditorium to overflowing. Mr. Craig is the idol of our Hen "X derson county democracy and the .ovation -,' given , : him . , was 7 the Btxonstcssibie r indication of theb genuine :? regard the people here 'entertain for this great .apostle of the doctrine of 'equal - rights to all i and special priyi 'dteges fornone. h r i: v - -! THE FIGHT IS OVER. - - . . .. -v ; One of the fiercest political con tests ever waged in - this county.! . Entered at Xk Poatoffce at BhdersonpUs terminated on Tuesday, and now -'RCU e wail matter of the second tlau. TV . 1 i-'t-'-'-lL' 'JLi ' ousmess can resume iiuxiua tun- ditions. Some of us -are (disap pointed, but this was to --have been expected. "Our friends were not elected in fact;, a number of them did not expect to be. But they have fought a good fight and are entitled to the highest commendation of their party associates j. and ' political antagonists as well. V .The democratic .candidates have conducted a brave, open campaign and sought tolenlighten the people upon the vital issues involved. -But for the first time in the political history of the State, the republicans declined the; offer ofa joint campaign acknowledging, thereby, ' their inability to defend the record that party f has madey in ; it management of affairs here in North v: Carolina. ' Its! leaders have made a campaign of misre presentation arid deception ' and, strange to say succeeded in de luding the rnk and file" of their party as usual. But North Carolina is still in the democratic column and there to stay. . . The democratic -majority - in some counties has been reduced, on account of the attitude of the party on the liquor question, and increased in others for the same reason. The republicans played upon the prejudices of the peo-i pie in "wet" sections and, said not a wordj about the prohibition in counties Hhat voted ' 'dry. ' ' Not so with the , democrats, who .... - ' t contended, that the people had settled this question - for i them selves, thereby eliminating it as a political issue. 'But this" dotr-ble-dealirig upon the part of the republican campaign , managers fooled . hundreds . : of v anti-prohibitionists into the-belief, that the election of the' radical - State tic ket would result in a, return to . : Sherman - has '"ma r ch ed through Georgia," again-nbut, thank the Lord, his track is not marked by ' ashes and naked chimneys this time. The frost is on the pumplrin; There's possums and persimmons And the Thanksgiving turkey Is waiting for the trimmins. - ;Vx,-Tiroiinligbteded,:-' up-to-date. Hrrylafew. r Jlf . jrou don't find that I . know my business and attend to it you need notiay. v :- "j ; - E. L. Bailey. Bo 8; Hendersonville, N. C' - s ' ti l-f ti ll t.: j z li TI former conditions. The "wet" democrats took the advantage of the opportunity to "whack" the party which start ed the fight, for', temperance and took, the lead in carrying the same to a successful conclusion. However, it is better, after all, to be right, even at the sacrifice of a few hundred votes. But it is all over now and every patriotic citizen of the State should unite in a renewed effort to place North Carolina -at the head v of the list of Southern states in morality, education andl industrial progress.' . ' - fh ARE VOU .V. ' ,; BURrjirjc? r : Are youi1- arms, facerand hands burning up with torturingt disfiguring Jiczema f , xs your lace aisngureu -wnu blotches, bladcheads or pimples until you feel ashamed to appear in public?. There is just One thing for you to dd that -will certainly relive such sting-' ing, smarting, itching eruptions. Get a box of ' ; ' ' . . ' - ECZEMA OINTMENT. I This cooling, soothing,, curative nalre itope all itching and inflaromatiba and cures Eviema. It pie peedy relief io mil cases of skin disuses, has a pleasant aromatic smell, and can be applied to any part of tho body more efiectivelythan any otherointment that we ell.v It isfsimply spread on thin cotton or linen andpplied to the affected parts. . We guarantee Kexail Eczema Ointment to cure the worst cases of skin diseases or we promptly -refund yonr money. 50c. per box. : The Just life Pharmacy BUPCKMYER BROS, Complete line of STAPLE & FANC Y GROCERIES .YourLarder Supplied -with the . Best the Market affords. . Hendersonville, North , Carolina Contracts PAINTING - PAPER HANGING, DECORATING. Estimates Free. . .. - Work Guaranteed. Phone Nor 159, ca: grimes. J. M. WALDROP ; 'SON. L ' Renting and General Insurance. .geiidersonville, North Carolina. 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Cottolene. is . tbdajf in use by thousands of : housewives - who would no. more gftthijdkoigoing back to lard than they would of reverting to tallow dips for light ;Hjthei homes. ;-;;i?!-.-'-v : Cottolene & one of the products which pure food advo- v .T r- caics always endorse. . -i --k i COTTOLEHE iS GU2r2ntCCd Yotarocef i hereby an .,t mmmhmmmb thonzed- to refund yotir ':7a7 f 7 Pl aftef having given 'Cottolene a fair test. rIJlJOVCrGbId-; In Bulk '"OrUotene is packed in pails ;with an air- tight top to keep it clean, fresh and whole- . some, and prevent it from catching dust and absorbing disagreeable odors, . such as fish; oil, etc. COOll Book' FrCO For a 2c stamp to pay postage, we will mail , . . i you our new PURE FOOD COOK BOOK" ; L edited and compiled by Mrs Mary J. Lincoln, the famous Fodd Expert, and '. ' contaming nearly 300 valuable recipes. ' " 1 ; Made only by THE N. K FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago . - turo'siIfft;;ffrom i;oi State of North Carolina y - -County of Henderson, . The Wanteska Trust and Bank ing Company, Administrator: of Kate L. Gale, . Deceased, vs.. Thomas 'R. Barrows and; wife. Anna G. Barrows. Wallace Swift and wife, Lucy Swift, Ralph F.-Gale and wife, Ethel Gale, Robert P. Gale and wife, Leona Gale, and Jack Fuller , and wife, Josephine G. Fuller. : 1 The defendants above - named will take notice that an' action entitled as above has .been", com menced in the superior', Court of Henderson County, North . Caro lina, ttorsell the following describ ed land belonging to'thel estate of the late Kate Li Gale to" make assets' to pay the - debts - of v said estatefto-wit: : , v Tirst tract: - Adjoining V the lands of . B. F.y Posey, deceased, and Ann Toomer, Beginning at a stake on the South side of jthe main road -from Hendersonville to Flat' Rock, -and -fimmediately opposite Dr. Dotterer's residence, being the N. W. .Corner of ; the lot conveyed jn'exchange by B.F. Posey to Ann Toomer, and rrunsf r. i 1 ill . 1 1 witn icne -ouui ..margin 01 .saia mainoad N. 5i degrees, W. 166 feet toa stake; thence S 36 degree,-W. 285 feet to ' a stake, thence with; the original dividing line of Posey and Ann Toomer's (before exchange) ; thence S. .64 degrees,- .168 5 feet to a stake in. the W. corner . of- the said Toomer lot; thence with the' line btsaid lot N.- 36 degrees, E. 247 feet to the place of beginning containing 1 -acre and 5 poles, more or less. : Second Tract: Beginning at a stake, the S. W. corner of tract No. 1, and runs S. 36 degrees, W. 171 feet to a stake in "B. F: Posey's line; thence with his line S. 63 degrees, E. 171 feet to a stake; thence N. 36 deg. E. 176 feet to a stake, corner of Tract No. 1 thence with line of Tract No. 1, N. 64 degrees, r W, 168. 5 feet to the beginning, contain ing 106 Poles," more or less " And the said : defendants will take notice that they are requir ed to appear in said Court on or before the 30th day of Novem ber, A. D. 1908 and answer or demur to. the' petition filed in said action, or the above named plain tiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein. . . This the 21st day ' of ' October, A. D. 1908. if : ; ';'-V::a:-MPACE.--; Clerk Superior Court;-Henderson County. m '-Nex'.' Suitsl f - T " ' ' We are xlinvnnn . 1 - "1C pret- best selection . of fall and skirts suits everJTshown m JH.qndersonville. TEe New Sheath Skirt c II jfisrscnviTe Mercantile Gompany .Z. MORRlS, Manager. . 5v etFirstlBJat lOOclI Batik Report of the condition of the. First National Bank of Hendpr -.; , :. 1 vine, in. v.-. at ciose 01 Dusmessaepu Zd 1908. - - resources r : - Loans and Discounts $263,022,41 Overdrafts secured ';X:, " ; - . L ' and unsecured. : 4,383:38 U. S. Bonds and Premr : ; ; i ; iums :....;:37,817.00 Real Estate 1L380.00 Furniture and Fixtures rj. 2. 750. 00 Cash and in Banks 42,266.96 deposits Total $361,619.75 1 : X; ;5 LIABILITIES Surplus and Profits Circulation I . Bills Rediscounted . Bills Payable 9,429.20 36,000.00 15,040.00 5,000.00 246,150.55 Total $361,619.75 Notice. . f"e awve staw;ment speaKs ior liseii on its strength we soli- ui yuur uusmess. . , W.' Ji Davis, l President. K. G. Morris, . '. v r -Vice President. . J. Mack Rhodes. . .' Cashier. Hendereoiwille C. tr- Capital 30,000 F. E. Durfee, -jl' President. -Directors: Dr. A. B. Drafts, T. P. Mallorie, E. W. Ewbank, - ; V. President C. E. Brooks, Cashier. Dr. C. Few, , A; H. Hawkins State of Kbrth Carolina, V County of Henderson. ' . ' In the Superior Court, , ; Before the Clerk. James A. Laughter, Administrator of Marcissa Middleton vs. J. W. Middle ton, Susan King and husband, Ben King, Nancy Stallings and husband, Frank Stalling, Baxter Middleton and Drayton Middleton, Joe Middleton and Ben Middleton, Ellen Corn, Naoma Huggins, Ruth McCrary and husband. UBoyd McCrary, Annberry Fulliam and husband, Burt Fulham, Lucy Lannmg and husband John Lanning, . Mary Orr and husband R- F. Orr. , The . defendants above named wilt take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Sup erior Court of Henderson county, North Carolina, to sell lands belonging to the estate of the late Narcissa Middleton to make assets to pay the debts of said estate; and. the said defendants will further take notice that they are re- ?uired to appear in said court on or be ore the 23rd day of November, A. v D.t 1908, and answer or demur to the com plaint filled in said action, "or the above named plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said ' com plaint ; ' : The following is a description of the land to be sold as advertised' above. Lying and being in Crab ' Creek Town ship, Henderson county,- North Carolina. .Beginning at a, Iarge ,white oak, a corner of the old Wilson' tract, 'and runs S. 85. E. with Nelson's line "6 "poles to a stake in the Stilll Branch," thenCe with Still Branch as follows S, 5 W. 16 V poles, thence S. 30, W. laoles, there f S. 35, W. 24 poles, thence S.038, W. 5 poles, thence S. 27 W. : 2 poles and "L feet to the mouth of a small brancV , thence S. p, E. 3 poles to the head of a ditch,' thence with Isaid ditch W. , 20 l- poles to Willow Creek, thence Sll. W. 1 crossing Willow!- jDreek 6 poles - and 1 iooi to a stump, ine oia ongmai Miller corner, on the north bank of the old Hendersonville Road, .thence S. 48, "W; f poles to a chestnut; J. F. Mace's' S. - corner, thence N..- 50, W. nwith Mace's line 44,-pples to a corner, ari ori gial hickory corner, thence . N. 15; W. crossing the old road and Willow Creek 5 ' poles to the mouth ; of -a branch, thence N. about 15, E? with the middle of the branch and General Mace's-" line 29 poles to a ford of "branch, , thence N. witti General Mace's line 24 poles and 6 feet to John Morris' corner in ah old road, thence N.! 50, E. with John Mor ris' line 24 poles, to a stake in a 'little flat near a spring; also B.B. Middle" ton's corner.- thence N. 46, E. with said Mid dleton's line 28 poles, 15 1-2 feet to a stake, B; B. Middleton's corner, thence S. 56, E. with Middleton's line36ipoles to , the beginning, containing 41 1-5 .CreS.: j -'s-hz . This, the 20th day of October A. D. 1908. -T"-- " v. ': .-r'.u-:".,..-'"lj,'.'i . - C M. PACE, : . J.-P. Rickman," : A. Bly, - Note the Rapid Growth of The Citizens' Bank. C One Hundre- Per cent. Increase in Deposits Since Last Statement, July 15, 1908. Opened for Business July 1908. The policy of the Citizens Bank is, to be conservative, yet progressive, and to grant uch terms as are consistent with sound banking principles. fWe would direct your attention to our large cash reserve.- IfThe following is a sworn statement at the close of business on September 23, 1908. Resources : : Liabilities Loans !: $37, 530. 11 Capital Stock paid in. .$22, 660.00 Overdrafts 26.92 Net Profits 1,280.29 t?;vWd o K9o io Money, Borrowed None ,a a i i Bills Re-discounted Cash on hand and m : VRiiio pvahi Reserve banks i 29,193.80 nlf-? ------ None None Deposits. : 45,336.66 $69,276.95 $69,276.95 lire! But nine chances put of ten it only remarks - "Good-bye." Start bank account with, us .Today and see how quicldy it will change it's turiei Arid like the proverbial mother-in-law, itake off it's bonhel.Wnd ''letav a sswTl1 Acrarary! SGo -Safety! Oiir Watchwordi - jp - ... r - k i r si; .-' V ' T x , - -y X Clarke Home" Comfort, means Stove ) Comfort; Buy? aqlHpt Tliey Kavet of coal C H ALLMAN Architect X-X ; Contractor -and Builder ClerSoZttr f Carolina,' Land Surveying. RouteS, Box 5. Hendersonville, North Carolina. jr. J '. i'