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VOL.4. Supplement. Oct. 29, 189G. NO 17. After election, what? Don't forget to vote. Persimmons ar ripn. We believe in Home Rule. Every life has its dark days. A man breathes twenty pints of air a minute. The News advocates fre-j thought and tree .speech. Mr, Sherman lias nearly finished wheat plaiting. See Col. Gift's announcement on. back of this sheet. Gabel & Brown have resumed sawing at their mill. We are glad to hear Mr. Tom Richards is improving. i See Davidson's new stock. Cheap as the cheapest. The speaking at Jasper on Satur day will be at 10 o'clock. The voice of the mocking bird sounds very sweet jut now. The man who wants the earth in varibly gets it after he dies. Subscribe for the News and send a copy to your absent friends, J. G. Lankester of the Mitchell House, Jasper was in town today. Dr. J. C. Carter of Chattanooga paid Sequachee a visit this morning. (2 averaSe attendance at the public schools is keeping up splendidly. No TriCounty Democrat for two weeks. Whats the matter with us? Miss Myrtle Rogers is mating quite a valuable assistant postmaster. A Minnesota town is called Red Neck Gulch. Red liquor must flour ish there. We are interested in Mr. Owen's pork fed op Helipnthus An nuns and Tuberose Wlio will get up an election re turn party in Sequachee? Don't all speak at once. A Montana man has named his ba by Sixteentone. Sixteen parts noise and one part baby. Miss Sara Abies nearly broke up her bachelor housekeeping, the other night, it was a mouse. Mrs. La Ganke. of Cleveland, 0 hio, arrived here on a visit io Mr. and Mrs. L. W Gabel, Tuesday. Our neighbors from Victoria will join with Sequachee in hearfng the elec'ion returns on Tnesday night The Annual Meeting of the Se quachee Manufactuiing'Co., will be held Wednesday, Nov 11. at 4 p. m. It,will soon be the season for a nice fire, a warm corner of the sofa, a pretty young girl and a turn down light. "Guilty or not guilty?" asked a 'Dutch justice. "Not guilty." 'Den I what do you want here? (Jo about your pisiness.