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' I'lHIMSHEI) AT Sequachee. Marion County, Tenn. KVKIIY TUUKRDAY. HILL & SON, KniToiw and Publishers. - ' "s Subscription Price, 50o. a Year in Advance. wrr- c .! nn.l 1,-r.rtlaintr mattnr to Be- I euro insertion must he handed in before t if faun r , v - j too i tor purification. ' Tub N(cv8 will not be responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, ana noioing will bo oonsldorod for publication which Is not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY Octoukk 28, 1905. THOSE TRACY CITY ARRESTS, Two men were arrested in Tracy City Wednesday of lant week, one 65 years old, an ex-confoderate veteran, the other a vounir man of 35, a union min er, and both holding the highest re nert of the neople in their localities. These men were charged with the wilful murder of Henley and Rust at the Reid Hill mines near that city, at least one was so charged and we sup nosed the other was accused likewise, and hence neither could be admitted to bail. . two days confinement both were released, because their prosecutor said he was mistaken in his proof. Evidence was brought against the eld er man ' only, and it served only to nrova his innocence. The arrests were undoubtedly the result of premature action. Some tattline 20ssin had spread al leged information that secured the blind incarceration of these men. - If it be possible to arrest men for the committing of a terrible crime, on the merest testimony, what is the country ' coming to? It is a sad commentary on our citizenship. Both men feel this disgrace keenly and it will live for many a day in their memory. It was a splendid sample of hasty action which makes trouble where none existed. We want the murderers of Henley and Rust apprehended, but let us have no more farces like that. A Tracy City gentleman discontinu ing the forwarding of the News to his home, says: "We think Gov. Cox did the right thing at the right time in ordering the militia to this place to re8erve life and property. " As far as the. News is concerned we have found fault with Gov. Cox because he did hot go to work and exert his influence to secure a settlement of the- prim ary cause of the trouble, which result ed In the depriving of 800 miners of work because they would not break a sworn obligation, and we think so yet. We can also point out a case in which the Gov. is NOT DOING THE RIGHT THING AT THE RIGHT TIME, and that is in allowing his 15-year old son to be wandering around military camps instead of being in school. If the Gov. can' err thus in his domestic manage ment, can he not err also in state mat . terst The settlement of this strike de mands outside influence and persua ion. One thing is certain those nnion miners are not going to aban don their principles for Gov. Cox or any other man who would seem to pre- fer to shoot at them rather than try to secure for them the employment to which they are entitled in the same measure as Gov. Cox or any other man is entitled to the office of Governor, and belong to a fraternal organization. The name of the man who uses this remarkable argument for the stopping of his paper is Brown, Mr. Isaac Brown, of Tracy City, Tenn., here-to-fore a constant reader of the News. Thanks His Friends. Tracy City, Oct 2,. 1905. Editor News: I am once more a free man after .'' having been arrested, charged with , complicity in a most detestable crime. The outcome has been in a a measure satisfactory, although I feel that hard ly any satisfaction can be made me or my family for such exjerienoe, and I am again allowed to pursue my busi ness. I cannot let the fact, however, go unmentioneu that I was respectful ly and kindly treated by the Sheriff of lirundy cxmnty wio did all in his pow er to spare me from humiliation. Like wise I thank the Franklin County of ficials, Sheriff Barnes and A. G. Rus sell, jailor, for their kindness to me. I also wish to remember my brother. ex -sheriff pf Marion County, and other kind friends who came promptly to my assistance. To all and everyone I am deeply grateful. A. L. McCULLOUGH. Corrects Idea Extant. ' Whitwell, Tenn., Oct 3, 1905. Editor News: I wish to correct the little statement in last week's paper that I had lieen refused the right to teach in the public school - liecauge I was nnion in sentiment. It was a misunderstanding or the parties had been misinformed. It is true I did not teach Monday, but it was because of a little misunderstanding between the directors. I am union and no one can make me otherwise, (nor have I been asked to change my idea, ) but such can not be carried into the school room with suc cess. WILLIE CARLYON. ftwnt a Ui Ym Han t win EcJ ifaatne A Bad Stomach Lessens the usefulness and mars the bap' plness of life, It's a weak stomach, a stomach that can not properly perform Its functions Among Us symptoms are distress after eating, nausea between meals, heartburn, belching, vomiting, flatulence and nervous headache, tT lt0 ?lt flOOU SOarSQpQriiia Cares a bad stomach, Indigestion and dys pepsia, and the cure Is permanent, . Accept no substitute. ". LETTERS TO EDITOR The True Situation. - Editor News: We. do not believe it is right to use the columns of the News for unneces sary discussion but we do consider it justice to all to use enough of space in which to correct the erroneous and misleading statements which frequent ly get into print. In last week's issue of the News a correspondent under the nomdeplume of '"Nip & Tuck" says there are men working in the mines at Whitwell, who have no practical knowledge of shooting coal and yet they are earning from $75 to $100 per month. With eight years experience in min ing at Whitwell, the writer thinks he ought to know something about the average monthly wages to be earned there. Perhaps some modern method of producing the coal has been install ed recently, but when" I was there the average monthly tonnage per man pro duced by the old, experienced miners, was about 100 tons. Of course some times we might have an extra good "place" and exceed the average, but the chances for getting into a "squeeze" and falling away below the average were about equally divided. We next consider the price at which the coal is mined. From autumn of 1894 until the United Mine Workers of Americca organized in 1898, the coal was mined for 35c (minimum) per ton, the gross earnings of the min er being about $35.00 per month, from which a mining expense of about $7 was to be deducted. In a short time ofter the miners' s organization was effected, the price for mining the . coal was based upon a sliding scale, gover ned by the selling price of pig iron. Since that time until last year, when the T. C. I. & R. R. Co. refused to employ men of union principles the av erage price of coal was about 47o per ton (minimum). Wow, nudging from the present con dition of the iron market, we will pre sume that the miners under the new dispensation are realizing 47jc per ton, the scale gained by the united efforts of the locked out miners. It is not reasonable to suppose that the present unskilled miners can produce the ocal with the same expense as did the experienced miners, but we will make that concession and fix the ave- age expense of mining at about $7 per month. Now you. have about the average monthly tonage and expenses, with about the price per ton realized for mining, so I leave it for you to figure. The one great, mysterious question arising from the settlement of the a- bove mentioned correspondent is this If the old, experienced miners form erly employed at Whitwell couldn't earn more than $47.50 on an average, how can the present unskilled miners "without knowledge of shooting coal earn an average of $87.50? we believe in honesty and justice and truth and when such statements as the one referred to" comes through the press, for the sole purpose of conveying a wrong impression, we believe it our indispensible duty, as patriotic Amer ican citizens, to refute such statements and show them to be prevarications when they are such. x, J. yuAittjias. As To That School Trouble. To the Sequachee Valley News: In your issue of Sept. 28th, 1 notice nnder the head line "Union Miners of Whitwell Addressed by W. B. Wilson, Joe Vasey et al" you say "Mr. Vasey nrst called attention to the notable speakers present, then turning to the nnion principles said that they were the same to-day as the had been in years past. He condemned in unmeas ured terms that a young girl, Miss Willie Carlyon, well qualified for teach ing, had been refused the right to teach a primary class in tne Whitwell public school because she was union in sentiment, and her lather was a un ion man, and so expressed himself, characterizing it as an outrage. I desire to say first that it has not been the policy of the writer of this article to rush into print with griev ances and had Mr. Vasey attacked me personally as he attacked the school board of which I am a member, there would have been nothing in your pa per relating to it from me. 'We would have adjusted our differences face to face. In that event the public would have had no concern in this affair, Only the rights to two citizens would have been involved, but nAt so with his defamation as it is made. He publicly prefers charges against three sworn onicers, whose acts should be an open book. If we are guilty of these charges as I understand they were made bv Vasey we should apolo gize to the people for "being scoundrels, beg our own pardons for being fools, resign our places of trust and hereafter confine our scope of fiendish doings to matters where the rights of helpless chilcren are not involved. If Mr. Vasey's charges (as reported) are false he should be arraigned in the courts for slander, he should ask the iiardon of the people whom he rep resented, for when attempting to speak in their behalf, leing so untme to them and so foolish to himself as to make such a slanderous assault as he is said to have made, on a people who are looking after their own affairs omc- iallv. taking no concern in his and their affairs and at once vacate the im portant nlace now filled by him. It is no small matter to charge pnb lie officers who are sworn to faithfully and impartially discharge their duties with such deception and treachery as Mr. asey rhargea ns with. If thee charge prove to "be" false it ran be no exrne for Mr. Vaey to aay be vaa niimnfnnued. TOtacll department. GEO. W. LEWIS Agent. ' "I know not what ttli it as'twat Mrs. Scott, of Ooltawa, is in the city the guest of Mrs. Dr. Shirley. Thomas Harris went to Jasrer bat unlay. . ... , Mrs. John Carlyon is visiting in Chattanooga. , . Sun Bros, will be here Thursday, the 12th inst with their big show. There were some shots fired into John Moore's house one night last Mr.' and Mrs. D. T. Layne returned from Nashville Friday. Miss Iula Ashburn went to Isash ville last week to enter Ward s Semin- John Carlyon and Than Hooper left Wednesday of last week for Petros in search of work. Dr. Frost lectured at the M. b. Church, south, one night last week. His subject was "The Tell-tale Tick of Time". T- A Prof. H. E.' Tate, Misses Ellen and others at- tended the school rally at South Pitts burg Thursday. , Ure. K. JS. sneiton, w. r. rnm liff TWnrwlQV for Nashville. the two former to enter the University of Nashville and the latter tne u department of the University to Ten nessee. F you have improved real estate in Whitwell for sale at cash, and at cash prices, apply to John T. Raulston. He was in our midst and knew each of us personally and could have seen us and known the facts by taking a three-minutes walk. That is not all. Richard Rigby, a union miner as Mr. Vasey is, an" Englishman as Mr. Vasey is, was present at the meeting where these false charges were maue. Mr. Rigby has been a very fast friend of Vasey' s and Vasey knows, as I know that Richard Rigby is pure gold and Mr. Vasey knows, as I Know, mar, those who know Richard take his word with the same degree of confidence as they would his own statement, and now as to why Mr. Vasey did not seek to know the truth from Kicnara Deiore Via miiilfl t.hftHA ftraiisntions. I am willing for the world to judge, and why he did not. withdraw the same after KlChard interfered vou can guess. About the time these raise u term them false because I am amply able to establish the falseness of the charges that, were madel Mr. Gravson and an-'. other member of the Whitwell School Board were out endeavoriner to arrange for a house for Miss Carlyon to teach in she, having been employed prior to that time. I am informed that it was said that we requested Miss Carlyon to renounce union sentiments in order to eet the school, and I now and here denounce this as well as what you re- nort in your naoer as being said by Air. Vasev as beinsr absolutely and unciual - ifiedlv false and my position in this connection can be easily es- tablished by Miss Carlyon herself, and her father is a union man as Vasey is and is English as Vasey is. Go to her and learn of this slanderons assault made on the Whitwell School Board. This is all self-evidently false for the vouner lady is teaching and I have never heard of her either denouncing union or non-union sentiments. Mr. Vasey, do you know: 1st. That those same school officers who you are reported to have condem- ned in unmeasured terms, have, when you were asleep, been busy endeavor- ing to secure good teachers and other- wise to provide for the well-fare of the school children in Whitwell, coming from both union and non-union houses? 2nd. Do vou know that these same men have, during the Spring and will durinar the Fall. Drovide for the school children of Whitwell one of the best public schools ever taught in Sequa chee Valley t 3rd. Do you know that we will do what we believe to be right and what we think to be best for those for whom we are actinsr. independent of you. in dependent of any organization to which you Deiong, or iuueieuueuii ui tuiy or ganization to which you do not belong 1 4th. Do you know that when you come to Whitwell and do andsay things that will cause strife, contention, con- fusion and turmoil in our public school, you do our people a great wrong without regard to their labor affiliations t 5th When you attack the Whitwell ' School Board do you know that you are assaulting a set of men who will defend the rights of their 700 or more little wards whether they come from union or non-union homes? 6th. Do you know that we will take more concern about the welfare of i these children who the law has made us the guardians of than we will about the result of the controversy on be tween union and non-union labor t As to what was said to Miss Carlyon, I t it.i .. t .j t. urnr.1,1 nnt tr,lrit rVi ilrirrinir rf thi. ..wu.u -or r ---" labor strife and contention into the school. r That no teacher could advo cate the' cause of either and teach for ns and I now repeat the same and mean to ' Spnial to theNeivi. stand by it. j Rain is the order of the day. Every- The writer, politically is a republi-; thing needed rain and it has sure come, can. What would you think if I was , Marshall Taylor's wife died Saturday to require all applicants for school and was buried Sunday morning. Cal before obtaining my support, to re-: Tate and family have been visiting nounce democracy? You wonld con-1 Bill Tate this week. Why doesn't Pe sider such an outrage, still there would ter Haunch write every week? Button be more reason in my so doing than Bryant is improving very fast. The there wonld be in my requiring teach-: meeting at New Hope is moving on ers to take sides in the labor fights. ' nicely, and there have been several I have regarded Mr. Vasey as a high- professions. A large crowd attended minded man.a man in whom many good church at New Hope Sunday night people have confidence, so on this ac - count and on account of the interests the public has relative to the question I I. : ..I- V. 1 r. . concerning which he is reputed to have spoken, I think it proper for me to outline my views as I have above. If this article is offensive to any one no responsibility for the same must be fixed on any one for the same, except the undersigned, as the other members of the board have not been consulted in its preparation. ' I am exceedingly sorry for anyone who ia so narrow-minded as to endeav-, or 10 uring uia rawii iruuuim iubu hi aortal and arhool affairs. Vnnn half Hiuia irniy. JU1LN T. RALUSTUN, Clerk of WhUweU School Board, the truth may be. told to me. Mrs. E. E. Bull and daughter, Miss Margarett, of Chattanooga, are in the city. Mrs. William Thacker, of Ooltawa, IS in the city visitinir her (lunirhtpr. Mrs. Dr. J. L. Shirley. f Howard Grant, of Sulphur Spring, was in the city Monday, and ordered the News sent to his brother-in-law, Mdrgan S. Graham, of Greenville, Texas. S. L. Havron & Bro. have commenc ed work on their new store house. It is to be 80 feet long and 40 feet wide and will occupy the same place that the one did that was burned. Mrs. Robert Smith, of Sulphur Spring, died Wednesday . of last week, aged 60 years md 1 day. She was buried the following Friday at the Teagne cemetery. Rev. Hunt con ducted the funeral services. i Sick Headache Cured, Sick headache is caused by derange ment of the stomach and bv indiges tion. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv er Tablets correct these disorders and effect a cure. By taking these tablets as soon as the first indications of the disease appears, the attack may be warded off. For sale by Jno.W. Simp son, Jasper, Tenn. Stewart Bros. & Co. CLOTHIFRS HATTERS, & FURNISHERS MENS' FINE SHOES 821 Market St., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. W00DLEE, TENN. ' ' Special to the Newt. Visiting is the order of the day. Mrs. nan kobs visited Mrs Tate, who is sick, Hope she will soon be wen. Lassie Frizell visited Miss Ethel Morrison Sunday evening. Uharlle bmith was out walking Sun- day evening with his best girl and he looked pleased. - Tom and Bill Clark visited John Ross Sunday evening; ! Joe Smith who is visiting home folks at wnitweu reports good work at Uoal- mont. ' Mrs. Bill Killgore and Mrs. John Harris left Saturday for Petros. As they are good nnion people we hated to see them leave but we hope they win come Dack soon. 1 Tom Morrison is improving his place. He is putting up a new cook room. Miss Florence Morrison visited at John Ross's Sunday evening. Mrs. Nan Ross visited Mrs. Basham Sunday morning. Want to know what has become of Ed Basham. We haven t heard him hollering much for a few days. He must be broken down. Want to say to Aunt Lettie she is not the only one who eats John Mitch- ell grub. I am one of his soup-drink- ers too and I am sure glad I am. Want to ask mv iuck if he was here in 1897 and if he remembers what the prices were, 85, 89 and 41 cents per ton, day laborers 80 cents to f 1. 1.5 and they crowded the mines until the men didn't get more than two-thirds work, That was non-union work. It looks like anyjnan ought to see that the un- ion is best tor tne laboring man. remember when there were no union here. Father was working for a con tractor and loaded from 20 to 25 cars of coal a day for $1.00. I am glad there is a union to-day. I love the union and everybody ought. Best wishes to the News and its readers. A Good Union Woman. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward (0r an? case of Catarrh that cannot be cured hv Hall's Catarrh Cure, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. 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Address: La dies Advisory Dept, The Chattanooga Medldne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. A A WHITWELL. Special to the News. It is raining to-day (Sunday) and we can t go visiting and we have I nothing else to do but to write to the News, enjoy ourselves at homo and eat John Mitchell grub. Mrs. A. M. Richie is very low at this writing. " ' Can't see why Nip & Tuck likes to boast on the run of coal here now. The scabs have to work day and night for the company to ship ten or fifteen flats a day, and I don't say "pretty good" to that. I am like aunt Lettie. He had better quit the mines And go to school and learn how to count, before he tries to run a blind over the union. They have eyes to see and they have got them open, don't you forget. The health of this place is pretty good. We are all able to eat John Mitehell's Cincinnati chicken and I think that is good, don't you. The union is having good meetings for us to go to and have a good time and every now and then there is a show. We are looking for a show the 12th of this month and then we will meet again and laugh and talk. Hurrah for the union I Let the un ion stand firm and stick together and we will win this fight some sweet day. Joe Perkins and W. L. Coulter are opening mines to get out coal this win ter for the union people at Whitwell and I hope they will succeed in their undertaking and do welL We used to have.a good, quiet little town and all went to Sunday school and meeting and enjoyed themselves, but of late we don't know whether to start or not for fear we might get shot. They shoot Sundays as well as any other day, reckon they think they will bluff us by doing so but they are badly fooled if that is what they think, because we set them down as not law-abiding. Ben Farmer returned home Friday. All were glad to see him. He is a un ion man and is all wool and a yard wide. He is a boy who respects his parents. ' I sure did enjoy reading last week's paper and thought I would write a few lines also. I think the Sequachee News is the best paper printed and I greatly enjoy reading it If Morning Glory has shed his blos som and gone for the winter do you reckon he will be able to come out a gain next spring. Confidence. Died. ' The angel of death has visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and has taken from them little Clemmie, and wafted her spirit to the unknown land. Little Clemmie lived but a short time with earthly friends, being but twenty-three months old at the time of her death. How sweet and consol ing to our bereaved hearts to realize that Jesus has said "Suffer little child ren to come unto me, ror or such is the kingdom of Heaven". Her suffer ings were intense but, thank the Lord, they are over now and her dear little form is resting. She had been sick ever since June and fell- asleep in Jesus Sept 25, to sweetly rest until the morning of the resurrection. She was a tender and affectionate chikl and loved by all who knew her. Her childish voice will be missed by father and mother and two sisters and one brother, yet it is a great consola tion for them to know that she is on the sunny shores of the bright here after, where she watches across the chilly waters for the coming of papa and inamma and sisters and brother. Yes, in the sweet bye and bye we will meet little Clemmie if we hold out faithful to the end. To the par- ents and friends I would say let your affliction be turned to a blessing for we are told all things work together for good to those who love God. Think of Jesus, who had great trials and' sufferings and be not dis - courageO. rarewell, Clemmie, until we come to meet thee in thy heavenly borne. One Who Loved Her. 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