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- ? ; -. . . . . :; .f ' ' ' ' ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.. - Liberty and Justice to Ali, - -fv PUBLISHED 185. t. - . . ; .. -, 3, - " ' V 1 "", , r cs yi.: - ""bb; TODAY NOVEMBER 17, 1910 VOLUME J i I 1 ? ' - - ',8 - n i ....4 The Official ELECTION RETURNS ,Of Polk County i o s 160 J 117 5 69 " 58 150 ; 184 123; 72 .67; .58'v.74, 24 24 CO 23 34 - 44 88 231 ::. 29,, 32 68 14a 00 00 4 74- .V .5 2 6 : & 23 . . 50 244 32 153 00 Total 934 M1m Ity 259 675 922 , 664 ,.. 912 679 . 936 ' 811 , 258- . . 233 V : ;-v-; . -. -i-vTTvrrnV. 1 AAQ - ' : i . TOTAL vup i ui Written "by Teachers and '' Students of the . Academy. A Look out for the m;d-tWria en l;rtainmpnt our oritorical con t --to be given off Friday night Xw.ij. Four debars as nere- hcJ, afch'l Jour- t.JI. ,4 iti'lfl w era! fan; jUs, interposed with much ex ',.1ont, orchestra music... . Our -academy is the only . school in the county that makes any pre tense to the developement ." of elocutionary" abilities, and of course makes much extra labor for the teachers, but we express the hope that the patrons- and friends of ihe school at least ap preciate our efforts at something like their value to the young Silent clam education isn't much We lack a suitable KtMse in Benton. Had we, the right stage we would ' have shown Benton some fine things before this date that she never annart hefore. LiOOk for the art notices executed by the students and boar in mind that you are cordially invited to be nresent. . A A few families in town aredo- . .1 .M4. an 5nil1t,lP.n i not hustling them off to school h prompt time mornings and toons. Jiesiaes iaw uuujoio i disturbance to school work. Co-ooerate with your school u you want the best results. Country towns are q:ieer urn' ters. anyhow! One may build op fine educational euterprnos f i . .. "sj.u . I.HI onrl -tnrlcrA f Tor tnem wuii -bh" SeojUJbegotten of experiooce.and w TT7.. nn maw see those. not one may see fwns, for. lack of purpose k-to-lveness lose out. : our brass band. It Mfft the worst ainu oi judgment for Benton to of her fine accom- Iilc Diaamg iur tuo iuuty high school iike it " nounced A. !t of U j 1 1 " i 53 . 155 60 156 156 172 , 118 176- 126 ' 117 72 , V 63 72 69 60 58 74 57 74 66 21 25 " 21 24 24 60 23 59 23 23 34 49 35 49 , 50 - 92' 224 101 230 231 29 80 - -; 28 31 32 68 15f : .70 ' 154 " 152 00 .. 00 00 ' 00 - 00 cinnati, Ohio. Allen's civics and Health pub lished by Ginn & Ud?, --Atlanta, Ga. . :-:-f. "-:: ' ' SECOND ABY AND HIGH SCHOOL -;' TKACHEES . f:"' Dewey'sJIow we Think, pub lished by D. C. .Heath, & Co., BoPton, Mass.' .i Scmucker's Study of, Nature, published by J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia " ' - Th pw3 of 'ach of, the above books is $l.00 postpaid.ln lots of ten or more 90 cents, express or postgae prepaid.; R. L. Jones, State supt. Bonnie Mrs. Harriett Kingsbury of Michigan spent a few days last week with Mrs. Lucy Guinn. W. H. Shields and wife called ! on Smith Watson and wife Sun day. Mrs. Rachiel Brooks, of Duck - town, is visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. A. Freeman of Ducktown is speuding a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Howard here. Mayme Kate, the little daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guinn whrt has heen confined to her bed for the past few weeks with rheumatism, is improving niceiy now. Misses L.ucv Guinn and Es sie Shields called on Miss Lela Brock Sunday afternoon. Mesys. A. G. Guinn and Hen ry .Addington of Ducktown, pass ed through here Wednesday en route to Parksville. J. W Guinn is coufinod to his i .... o.nwuiiiii - "n Ben Shamblin of Archville, was in our burg Saturday. ; Mrs. Susie Evans cailed oni her Sister, Mrs, Maarva Owens' Sunday. Best wishes to the News-Ga zette and its many readers. Blue Eyes Advertised Letters W. G. Dunn, Mr. Riler Haulk, Dr. C. L. Hodgkins, (5) Wm. James, Mrs. W. 1. John ston, R. E. Morris,' John- Q Temples, W. Eugene Wade,; CARDS: Sherman Briuey, Mis Nellie Shoope, Miss Matha Glen; J. O. Davis. Patronise, borne merchaota,' HE VAS A REPUBLICAN. A Tate of one of Presi dent Cleveland's ;.-:. : ; - Hunts '-:v:-;:' rhioV Bruce was a famous Adirondack puide, whn aceotn- . . . i padied former President Cleve land on one or two of his .hunt- iogr trips. - Chick left Mr. Cleveland sit ting on a log one morning'while . nnt: mil. tn drive downv a HO .-v ., deer, should he chance to see one. . . ' - . '. ' . when he came back he saw his distinguished employer '.still j the DltKIU, w, -f-tr ntv crt ItlH IO?. DUb Willi rt ihA ?nn Dointing at the presidential chest. 14 Here!" shouted ' Chick, "quit that; dod gast -ye! Supposin; had killed vourself, what would have happened to me, darn ye? Everybody knows I'm a puu" lican!" ." ".V Archville. Bob West, who has been very low from the effects ot yetting at Ta Hrftf-k a few weeks esco is improving. j A A "number of boys from Probst attended church at Greasy Green Suuday. Mrs. James Parker called on friends here Sunday - ... Miss Iona Campoe i canea uu; mim iuiin v p i Lisiie Kimsey Sunday even ing. Mark Guinn and wife of Bon nie passed through our burg Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Shamblin called at the Kimsey home one day; last week. Hope to see quite a number of 1 correspondent8 get busy and , tfae Dewg to The NeWs-Ga- Bette. Wish The News-Gasette much success. School Girl $80.00 per month straight sal ary and expenses, to men with rig. to introduce our poultry remedies. Don't answer unless you mean business. Eureka Poultry Food Mfg. Co. Incor porated, East St. Louis, III. Take the News-Gazette. I " " ' ' 'ti; "';' " American Fence M- . t uf . , , 11 . ' n a . . . ... .. i n w f w w , THE .DAIRY COW Teaches Kindness to Her Owner Sllould be v Treated v Welftv. ; The dairy bring financi ow'does more than ,1 "sycoeW to the Aat farmer. .. FV3 nJakes him a hftttflr citi? tfiaii r y- he would otherwise W Her ifafiuence op on home ccnditiousVis a most nleasini contribution to those factors which are responsible for the changed conditions which 'nrevaiUo 'ttW farm homes of tJ- diiv. ThouH indfi of these homes are now characterized by com fort and htfl pines where former lv thev werV blighted by L ' drud- fTRrvand unharpiness. The meuibers of the family, as thav mwn'fi frt . contact with her uu hci' i" v.Iopi5t;03, i"C fiuenced fcf pood. As they ap- preciato ifheJaancial benefit to come inaa tiis y "v.... they talfs a jdeepe'r interest in hr. and in rtyinpr so they uncon sciously Iculuyate those qualities which fiiakf; them better citi zens." Thec'.:iry cow-the pro totype "rz': besc friend is wieldH ft. ,trr lnnHence tnin she )' '-lV credited .with Til ft ed and Thanksc iving Servl!ce Thanksgiving service atUhe Ppohvt.unan church OV. tn - . - .iA.9A. m. A thanks" at 10:30 a. m. A thanksgiving sermon will be preached, and special music for the occasion will be furnished by the choir,. The merchants and business men of the. town will close their doors from ten o'clock a. m. till 1p.m. We hope every man, woman and child in Benion will assem ble on that day and thank God for his manifold blessings and abundant goodness to us during the past year. Dead Mule Mandv.' a Very old mule be longing to R. A. . Harrison, be came afflicted with distemper last Monday, and was unable to eat anything for four days. Was taken to the creek to b watered Sunday, got io quick sand, and died Sunday night. i.-sU, W t jtv liiis-. i .-.vfaa . . K-n.is.fefTCea... ir-'.f.'i'i!2.'iJ2ijs . ft-1 ' ' - BIRTHDAY OF THIS PAPER The News-Gazette Four J Years old This Week This week completes the four th year of the existence of The News-Gazette. It will ' be our aim hereafter to give a uener news service than any papir that has heretofore been publish ed jn this county, and we ask our subscribers (who are in arrears with their subscription) to try to pay up more closely UClOttlUCl. ' , I No paper can be better than the support it receives, n laites th support of all .the business men of the town and county to make a good newspaper. Pounded Rev. T. M. Hicks and wife wentover to Weeleyanna last Friday and stayed until Sunday evening. While there ' they spent Saturday Uight with Mrs. Bettie Nicholson. The; people of that commonity came in- just after night fall nd severely Hicks and wife pounded KeV... IlicM ana wu poohi.HEkc ? with almost all. Jtlad4of vgooop-tt.0-' . .t ,i;' f,.i. a.hinh thev are very . rrtefal. Good Jokes Katherine--I 'saw you . this morning with that horrid widow Mrs. Weeds. All is over -between us.nd I shall send back your presents. Didder Don't send them to . .. . . ii. . i)fl me; send tnem io sue wiuuw. Ex. One More Chance Oue day the office boy went to; . .. ri cuirl "Thures a tramp at the door, and he has had nothing to eat for six days" "Fetch him in,' said the editor "If we can find out hw he does, it we cau run this paper another week." . A small boy was fishing and accidently tumbled into the creek. As an old man on the bank was helping .him out h said "how did you como to fall into the creek, little man? "1 didn't come to fall in the creek. I came to fish.' NEGRO WOMAN FOUND IN.'RIVER Clothes Found C and BrushIn Called Mood.iy morning a dead uegro woman was tauen out of the Hiwassee river, below the rail road bridg and buried oa the bank of the river, near whare she was taken out. , Monday evening a jury on in quest was summoned and made the following decision: That the murdered neeroe's throat had been cut with an axe, was about . 20 years oldr had been in the ..., v,nt five and bad ' beeo murdered by some unknown' person. . ''. - Tracks were found below Pat- ' ty leading to to the river, of two persons, and some cioinea -w found lodged on some brosh. Directory Circuit Court Clerk..W.A.Wody , County Court Clark.....T. O. Pack Cler & Master.::.A.J. Williams Sheriff Hood ' ' Trustee. ,-K A wr,8on i?A:cf0n - J. E Cook IVV JJf .......... . - nnnRTS . 7 courts , . r Chancery court meets the 4th . Mondays in , May and Octo ber. ' , .. '. Circuit court meets the third Mondays in March, July and '; November. County courts meets the first -Mondays in January, ApriLJuly and October. -CHURCHES . Services first and third Sundays io each month, pastor. Rev. W. ti. Kymer, Sunday scnooi every Sunday morning at 9;30. G. L. Williams, Supt. Presbyterian. S r vices tho second Sundays in each month, Rev. J. tl Robinson, pastor. Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:30. Prof. H. D Fetzer, Supt. ; M. E. South. Services fourth Sundays in each month, Rev. J. T. Hibberts, pastor. Advertise in your home paper for the best results. A strong,,. thorough ly, reliable fence, and is especially for-the wear nd tear which a ft nee is subject to. , i " :! - SOLD ilY W. F.yRUbSEl V ': V X K - i. V-.'