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. .... , - " - - ' rfv., ...t,.-,., -- J-- 1 . . . v ........ - . . . .. - -f J. ill! Buggies Surries Harness ons dm. at 1 GiGGKam. I will sell at Public HeridersonvilIe,N.C. 10 Second buggies surries. 15 Farm wagons 20 Sets of Double and sangle harness, 2 mail or milk wag? 'oils.:';' ':-c:''Vv'-"'V-v- 'L:'"--?r-' i At our closing out 6ale rSepfc 14, we did - not have time !x sell the above :, it will be sold .1. ours. are for sale or rent. HE SAT. Farm Wag " " J Ivl begining III Aution at my barn 1 5 New buggies Saturday Nov our price will be My barns SALE RAlIl OR SHI z- X iti Hendersonville, N. C : COEij) ISSilSS. v . f)ne erood' result of the cam paign will be the education ;the people nave received iroin rratic sources or the -election T)f the'United States Senators by the direct vote of the people. The present constitution . of that body is a standing menace to the Republic The people may elect a. presi dent and a house 01 representa tives, but "the" money power may control enough of .; this -body to block any legislation in the inter est of the toiling masses. . . : Whatever may be the result of this election. : this needed reform should be agitated by all true Democrats untU- this is brought about. - 4 r- - - And another thing: This will never be a real republic until the President of the United States is elected by the popular vote,- and nnt. hv the plprtoral vote of the different states. -As : it ?. is, orfe man may receive half a million. majonty of the votes,,, cast and another take the position q. chief magistrate of the republic. - Amid victory or defeat, let the Democratic hosts keep up the ficrht for a "government of the people, by r the people, and for the people. f -.sy : - -- i Cliarley Not Elected. No, - dearest, - Charles French Toms will "not be the next Lieutenant-Governor of . this State. He came pretty close, tho! Only thirty; or . forty . thousand votes short, and that a int much now, is it? - .-v-f ; : - . ; r V. " ; -Mrs. J. B. Viewuencamp and daughter, who have been spend ing the summer in Henderson vine, stopping . with Dr. .Kirk, left Monday for their, home in Lakeland, Fla. - , 1 Yes, some of the N boys " will stick to Hearst's Dependence League on the idea that . .his money, is a' good as .anybody else's. , .' - ' The most amusing thing of the campaign'! was the republicans nibbling at the solid South. Just imagine when John Grant gets to Congress a great navy yard on one of our Henderson county lakes, and a canal to the French Broad that will make' that Panama ditch sink into in significance ! " S . 'The Republican money invest ed in TomWWatson's side show was a great waste, wasn't it?, ' Miss Clyde Morrow informally entertained a few f ri ends on Hallowe'en evening. S. J. Gallamore, a native of Henderson county, but who has long been residing in ; the far West, left- for his Oklahoma home on Tuesday, after spending a year among Kinareaaim irienas hefer This is Mn Gallaniore's J 1 l? 4 first visit herein fifty years .and he says it has certainly been an enjoyable one. He boasts of the fact that the : 1 'baby state;' '- his adopted home is strongly; demo cratic. Mills River lews. The farmers . are all about through sowing their grain. J. L. Carland has almost finished his new barn although it is not quite as large as the one he lost by fire. v ..x-, Miss Carsie , Horne, one of Henderson ville's most - popular young ladies is visiting her broth er J. iT, ;Horne at his place known as; Allen's : Glory.-Miss Horne Lwhile on Mills River will also visit her two uncles, J. L. and T. B. Allen. V : - ,' . ' Scudder Johnson is remodeling his house, he expects to turn it into a boarding house, Mr. William Kimzey, an old Confederate Soldier is very ill at hishome. We ; are greatly in needr of another . Doctor. Com- petiori is alright sometimes. . - A Subscriber. Roll of. Honor. V . The following constitute the honor roll in the Pleasant Hill Graded School : ' Alvin ; Brown, Joe Capps, Florence Capps Ran som Capps, Qallie Drake, Carrie Drake, Walter Hefner, Gladys MerrehV Lanada Mason,; Willie Mason, Robert; Summey, Dono Wilkie, Rosa Wilkie,- Erastus Summey, Henry Huggins, Belle - - . .... . ; . .. ;.- . . . - ..... i i : . ! , ; , '. ; - ' tjaple D. and it. . In his ; rantankeroiis rambling at the Republican round-up Mon day, Mr. Settle spoke of the first ; letter in the name, Democrat, as standing, far a long string of bad things, which put us to thinking, of the first letter in the" word, Republican, and - here follows a few of the ; words that came trooping along: - j Renegade, Radicalism, Roose vetism, Ring Rule, Rum, Ruin, Rabidness, Ragamuffin, Rakish; Rancafous, Ranters, Rapacity, Rascality, Ravager, Recklessness, Reconstrution, Robbery, Rotten ness: - " : :s ': . But what's the use? Our vol uminous vocabulary 'would fail to fitly describe the Republican party, if it is to be judged by its history in North Carolina but, A ' - Li - y . " ... - :.: .r-:: -7'. . . foVv!: .';-7.V: i. L!iO r : ; . . .. . : : r : : i JJk '. Hem f ' -. y - : ! v ' .'SjL.:2.s'-'': -i"" .. ' n ... . . .-- -: -- ' ' . J thank God, its days are number- fto the undersigned administrator edr and yesterday's storm of pro- j by the 20th day of October, 1909, testing white ballots has buried j or this notice will be plead in bar it beyond the hope ; of resurec: j0f their recovery . And; all per tion. Selah. - , j sons -indebted to the estate will , :. : m tm . . f nlease make nrnmnt rwvmpnt. of ,; Anotner nisionc-.y traaiuon will be what tl for Billie Taf t. will be what the solid South did f Th Mens heavy too at under price. ' Men tell us' who haye tried: them that our heavy winter weight bro3ans;will; wear for twelve months: Men s high cut hunting shoes are as solid as a bn and the. price 1,98: is less than you can buy them elsewhere. AH grades hneShoes at underprice. K One reason: we can; sell men s fine shoes at I .VOworth ZpU rventucKy nne Watch or clock given away, with every suit of clothes we sell forS.OO or over $5 . We ubiiib tirade vheri :you. : comr pare -our" prices 1 aiicl;,.qtialilesr as: qhf; ctpre is noted Jorc its rock bottom prices on merclicihdise of customers all knovf , Melange Mohairs, 36 inches Wide in all colors at 38c All wool serges, in all colors at 48 c ' .... All wool Panania, 50 inches wide at 48c r All wool Repalleht 56 inches. wide at 38c . x Extra heavy weight sheetings, per yard-5c - : . V Unbleached canton flannels per yard 4c . . ' rLadiesion coats, latest styles, from 2.45 and up. " " .r ; . V Men's suits, absolutely all wdol, latest styleVfrom 2.98 and up. Dorit fail to visit our store before making any purchase in our line; : V . .. . - -. , . .. - 11 - .me noersllJlHffi The constant drop of water V Wears away the . hardest stone ; The con staht gnaw of Towser . : Masticates the toughest? bone : The constant cooing lover j , Carries off the blushing maid ; -And the constant advertiser - . Is the one who gets the trade. - - ' i : . wm . Miss Anna'Belle Jones is teach ing Sciiopl at Mountain. View. Administrators Notice Having qualified as administra tor of the estate of X- V. -Pittillo, deceased, all persons having claims against the estate of the said J. L. Pittillo. deceased; are j herebv notified to present them j tne same:v,: This, the lQth dav of Oct. , 1908. '. . ' ' -,y.y v.- . K..,-; . Ur- 1 r ; f : ;7"." rs r v.r r:;;;-;;f V-:c-. .1 ' .' : i winter cweight shoes tor shoes for is because we pay snoes ata i .z are as solid Mm & Greatest store quality wiiiciipur tore iff i;; men at dnlv 1 .2 5 . cash tor -them. The: 3ls a tock; :zl: O in the i iiiJW J ; i : - - - - - T- 5! i t 9 "f 9? f at Icesjthat Mean the Strictest Clothes .This is not an idle boast, , v but an absoliile fact. Based upon - tBe opinion of those who .have worn our clothes and . thoroughly tested their merits. -. - -Snellehburg Colthes are -. correct in style and , . : , workmanship Suits $12.50, $15.00, $18.00 J. O. WILLIAMS nftrirlc Pattern Black Gat Hose r Phofae59 SI n f s All fh ladies homemade : I j -1 vuauiy itnat counts Eccmbmy Bee Hive and get 20 cents cash wheu S you buy 2.00 worth or more anywhere store except in. the basement. n E iei Hi r pe prr 5aa 1 Ir. ! er i m fid :oo I ft Pn rft h Jo? nc if ii sot ok I, si 't To Anderson, F. M. Huggins.