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PAGES S TO 12. ) A - A A ' A - AA, ,.A- - ! A I cr-Tl -a- :4i I lftlfA V AA AA AEw SERIES. YOL. 16. Ko. & v IIEKDEESONTILLE, IfOETH CAEQLL5A; THURSDAY, TfOTEIICETi 18, IS 11. CE DOLLAR FEB YE All THE PRESIDENT BQTUIINS. Ti.iiTPred 350 Speeches and" Has Been P ii?n by 5,000,000 People Dinear of Sum and Taters." A A Bristol, Tenn., Nov. 11. His second ne swig around the circle practl m concluded and his . engagements Sm Boston to ; San! Francisco and Kck all marked "kept" President Taft Mtdeht was speeding through Tennes Z and Virginia en route- to JVashing- Amine1. Mr Taft wao vj eneUL " " stop inn TYiHoa from hramp TTp aica tnau vv uw . due to reac hthe capital early to morrow. He will then take a day or ro of rest before beginning the work f writing his third annual message to congress. This message, ten Presi dent's friends say, will be one of the n-nst important he has-ever written. Mr Taft is in fine ' fettle. , The hardships of the long journey appar ently have had no ill effect upon him for bis step was as light as when he left Beverly two months ago. . 1 am rejoiced to get home" from a triD of upwards of 15,000 miles and a Ssit to about thirty States in which , I have had the pleasure of explaining. vr. mv standpoint, some of the im- oortant issues of the : day to many hundreds of thousands of people,"'. said the President tonight. , I- have been materially benefitted by the in formation which I have received as to the attitude of the people in the dif ferent parts ot the country as affect ed by local conditions. The recep tions Mve been very cordial through out and I am certain that in real op portunity. I am glad to say that, .al though the trip has been a strenuous cue, my health has continued good, and I have suffered no ill effects from the strain." : . When he steps dawn from his. pri vate car in Washington tomorrow morning Mr. Taft will bring to an end one of the lcngest trips both in num ber of days on the road and in num bs rof miles traveled ever undertaken br a President. ; - . The Presidential train has covered more than 15,000 miles and if auto mobile trips were to be included in the calculation the mileage easily would top the sixteen thousand mark. On the the present trip the President . yHAwjuia,- goae into a gold mine, reviewed . the -j greatest American fleet ever witenssed broken ground for a world's exposition-Voted a J-.eleinv &ad been put through all the t' stunts" that Secretary Ililes W(v1(1 permit his entertainers to vent. V oca Preslde has delivered close IS v? !eeches passed through about thirty States and been seen by crowds V?ir-- Hi?les estimates at over 5, 000 000 persons This, the President's last day on the road, was given up to Eastern Tenness. v t i M . x Knoxville got six hours of the Pres ident's time and on the way to Bristol he made rear-end speeches at five small towns. At Greenville the Pres idetn caught a glimpse of teh home and burial place of Andrew Jackson. Before he boarded his private' car in Knoxville. the President called up on Mrs. W; G. Brownlow, widow of "Parson" Brownlow, one of the fam ous governors of JTennessee.A ' ,; Mrs. Brownlow is 92 years Joia, but her mind was alert and she. chatted with Mr. .Taft for several minutes. Every President of the United States who has visited Knoxville since 'the civil war, has called at the Brownlow libra to pay his respects:, and Mr. Taft did not wish to leave until he had done so. ; ; , '. The President's dinenr tonight con sisted practically of Tennessee "pos sum and 'taters' put aboard the car by the citizens of Johnson City. - .. i, FREE IF IT FAILS '. tour Money Back If Ton are Jiot Sat , Isfied TTIth the Medicine we Recom mended. . We are so positve that our remedy will permanetnly" relieve constipation, no matter how chronic it may be, that we offer to furnish the medicine at our expense should it fail to "produce sat isfactory results. A A : : It is. worse than useless to attempt to :cure constipation with cathartic drugs. Laxatives" or cathartics .do much harm. ; They cause a reaction, irritate, , and weaken the bowels J.and to make constipation omre chronic. Besides, their use. becomes , a habit that- is dangerous. .7 ; A; . Constipation is ' caused by a weak ness of the nerves and -muscles of the large intestine or - descending colon. To expect permanetn. relief you must therfore tone up and strengthen these organs and restore them to healthier activity. A-A ;A v. v '' AWe want yo uto try Rexall Oderlles on our . recommendation. They are exceedingly, " pleasant. to take, being eaten i like candy, and are ideal for children, ;, delicate ; : persons, and old folks, as well as for the robust. They act directly on the nerves and muscles of the bowelaAThey apparently have a neutral atcjon on other associates 1 organs or glands. They do not purge,' cause excessive looseness, nor create any inconvenience whatever. AThey. may be taken at any time, day or night. They will positvely relieve chronic or habitual constipation if not of surgi cal variety, and the myriads of asso ciate or dependent chronic ailments, if taken with reyularity for a reason able length of "J time.. 12 tablets, 10 cents ; 36 tablets, 25 cents ; 80 tablets, 50 cetnsASold in Hendersonville only at our store The Kexall "Store. The Justus Pharmacy. 'i ; :. . v:;; :, : THE COLDEST DAT. I - V i . . Have nad Yery Little Cold eather This Fall Until Recently When Cold AWave.Passcd Over. 'V?--: i " ' ' ;-' ' ' A'-": '-'.'' : The coldest day of the season, yet not a real winter day was laBt Monday. The mercury . descended fast in the early morning and ;it,Is said toj have fallen ras far as 1k above zero. It did not; stay' there) long. When the sun became " higher the temperature be came warmer indications pointed' that the sudden cold wave had passed over. Some of the oldest settlers in this section t predict a cold winter for Wes tern North " Carolina, but no signs have yet been in evidence. For the past three winters there has been very little cold weather here. True it may be said that Hendersonville is an ideal al lthe year round resort with a-warm summer and cool breezes alt the time, and a copl winter with plenty of sun shine;' A ' - ; ; FOUAon; College Street between College and . postoffice, 'paid of 'eye- glasses. V, Owner may get same - by ? calling at ' office of Merchants -Asso- ' ciation and. paying for thi sad. A Those readers. who were fortunate enough to have read the beautiful poem, "October," in this column re cently, will be glad to-learn that we have secured the services of the auth or, Mr. Walt Rudyard;' Tennyson, of New York and each week one of the gems of his pen will appear in this col umn exclusively 1 : : DRIFTING. , " - Me thinks like I am drifting, My thoughts float1 i nthe air; ; My foot prints goes a wandering ' ? i Goodness only, knows where; - - At eve I- feel so weary, . Mayliap I'll take a nap; ; ... " , And then as sleep comes o'er me, Aiy eyes with tears are -damp. ' ' ' , The cause ofny sad grieving, -Alas, 'tis. very deep; " ."" Its because I wasn't home in . New York , tp help Tammany. ' V ' That's why I so am drifting, ; That's why I so despair; - And also that's why I am wand'ring, Neither here nor there. , WALT DUYARD TENNYSON. . Speaking of poetry, won't some one put us jerry, to a .word A that will rhyme with 'step"? - - - j ASlang for "wise." - Ye , scribes v. bedecketh himi Wjth. a steam lined over coat, it beings trifle un warmish these days. ; ." S Anent this mixed up weather, . Sunshine Is delicious, rain Is re freshing wind braces up,snow 1 3 ex hilarating there i3 no such" thing as bad weather, only different kinds of cood Treather. Ruskin. . Old litis has evidently never swelter ed ia cur July sun, has never been zz-z& la a Certcinber rain, or has n'sTw ' t"c!red cna of our November trr:C3. : Ilenca his Bplendid optiraism XitMasxttita for rent . at Laurel 1 Y7etsrn North .Carolinav Boostere meet, here on the 23rd day of. this month. - Dontrforget the date, ., f . r I ft, ? ' if - Where yo iiget all kind3 of I'zlit, They sell you pies of pumpkin -" . With the accent on the punk, ' i The waiter tipping , habit,, ; Is growing wuss and wuss; ' The thing Is now a custom With the accent on the ' cuss-' v ' " I-. wonder why so many men Feel moved to carol shrilly About accented syllables - With the accent on the silly. Only 189 more days and the suxozisr" season will be here. - ; - ''." ' A- Lest some one beat us to it, llenx. Vmas." - , 1 ' -Did you take in athe circus t Boost while the boosting is good. .. - A' New-York-paper is creating" quite a storm among its readers, by publish ing contributed bits' of verse, on- 'the accented syllable." - The editor of this column,' having reason to, believe that Hendersonville numbers - among its population more than. a fewvThymsters and jinglers I (likewise ..." rhymstresses and Jingleresses). invites the poetic public to patricipate ;in our . verse, or' worse, feast. Following are some of the New. York efforts: - . - ; , A bungalow I purchased, , A V. I ' thought I played in- luck. -. , '". The house was built of stucco, ' .With the accent on the stuck. Another house I' purchased, A .j . . . Another bungalow; K ; Twas also made of stucco, . With .the accent on the owe. -:. -1 know., a" little restauranV .'. t)r gia.tSs drcca take ycIaf . fQ BOTTLIXa PLANT SOLD. ' ThA BoilinEr SDrinsrs bottling pi has been sold by B. W. Marshall toDr J. A. Frazier and L. R. cott. TLpr purchasing price is not known Till plant is one of Hendersonville msra fnotiirfnc entemrises and duringr CP fpw vpars it is been established it tr3 fared well. Mr. Marshall will dlTCt? his time to -other Interests he has , this county. The new management 13? familiar with the business and it p thoughr'that . they , will -continue ta make a . success in the new boUlIr business. ' : . - -r - Rev. K. W.. Cawthon and family: re turned to "the city. last Thursday frra" Sumter C. v ; , mm FOR fflffiMN nn 7 Ci) With' oisr. -.'Mammoth tstbleo ve are pre- Dared to : b oard feorc Feed and: Sales Stable 3C IDF' YOU: DEAL , WTH'U "WILL MMCE IT -i7 n CQ Ti Ai- . . 3. - r .' , - - . - -;.: :. ; r ....... ... . - - "... ' . v We; furnish fuel for every heating purpose. . Gur coal means the highest quality in coal. Blue Gem, Red Ask, Jellico iSoftGoal. W dry at all times. Sawed or split to any length or size to suit you. Wood and Coal for the Furnace Wood and Coal, for the Grate Wood and; Goal for the Range Wood and Coal for the Stove -.1 . - r - ' . .... - : i-, . . t ' -. "- ' 1 - ' : . - - .... , ,. x , . . v ' ' " ' ' '', ' ' ' A" V . . - , A,, 't . -- ' TT know Its the eontiasons evstoraer whose trade Cal qualltr, akd 'iiAh tat th. besJ ts Bod enough for or c- tawn. i profitable. Oir larse-Iiaslaesj I bnlit P Irom th patronag. el it!aaoB easlonera. Tnrt to - - add your cane to our list , 1 ' J . 1 WE ARE''- ''CENTRALLY,. . .LOCATED 0m . CAN-::vFiLL' '-YOUR ORDERS QUICICLY ON VERY SHORT NOTICE ; "Veni WILTSHIRE GRIFFITH 3. I. DKI JUn A- ' '. - '. A.- " " - ... , A , rA"- ' - Wholesale and Retail Dealers iri C6a!ind Vbod PKone 175 ''.v , , :'Cor.'- 2d'-Ave., .c2';.'Cht2rch,';SL We are equipped to do nn OlliiJii nr fit! 7 (B ijxa. r r-r 7 u p? Our 'Ecnmat63 verv:'; I N