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A New Orleans woman was thin.
Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food. She took ScoU's EmuUiotu Result: She gained a pound a day in weight. ALL DRUGGISTS 1 50c. AND "Jt.OO Tracy City. X' 1 1,1 to the Xr.os, A friend from Illinois is visiting 15. Ryder tbin week. I'roui the rejiort I hear I can't sea y every limn should n't be h union til. n. There seems to be little difference V i ween their work bourn and their I b'eH. Their wule in thin: ninlo ilriv- in !r'2.."iil, einlit hours, ami trapping ii.(Mi, eitfht hour: yardage-, fcUW a j .rd; coal per ton, ." 7-10o. Here is v'iat the Imril laborers of Tennessee ft.: Mnle driving, tl.U'i; trapping, OV; coal yardage, TV. I don't see y.'.iy every uiun doesn't take a .stand in tieir work and stick together like the tlullren of Hod. I am sure their homes v.-.ril.l b4 more happy, their pocket li .'.M would He fatter, and their din- II r pails would He running over with p j l old ham gravy, and I think that Wild beat hog belly and beans. I wi'l be so glad when I see every man c!r.nb out on top and to see all of the company's monopoly result as the old f.l ny of the frog. He thought he could b its large as an ox, so he commenced t fcvvell but before he reached tYi point where he was as large as the o..., lie bnrstetl and just left a greasy Bjiol 011 the ground. Then I think ev erybody could meet each other with a fi 1 lace. 1 don't think ''Uncle Tom ' menus !-.' harm. He iust tries to be what cv rybody else is while he is with Vi 'in. ' ' Uncle Tom' ' puts me in mind oi a machine to eat fish with. If you t-irn the crank right yon will get the 11 aIi and the bones go out 011 the back. Hill think he has been turning things t'ji wrong way so long that he should coiun to the front and try to build up hi a country. Now, "Uncle Tom," I think i yon would search the Scrip mes through and through, that you vou'd change your way of living and hill up for your fellowmen. You would be much more thought of by P!t;'h and everyone. I think if "Un ci.! Tom" would read "Blue Ribbon's" pi e and take it as a guide, that he wo. i!d put several stars in his crown, 8ul hVwould be more suitable to tes tily in church. I am sorry that " Un ci .1 Torn" with the knowledge and ex pi nance he has. thinks a man can't tr.il f heaven if he belongs to the un m.i, but I think if he gets there by Hi 'idling and fox hunting, I want to f,.i in the other direction, for I am a i.ii:m man. Omn on, "Blue Ribbon," and "VVrbler." I love to read your inter Of.l pieces. Country Boy. Belleville, III. Trion, Ga. SI-"hi to the News. JI illo boys and girls, how are you t ay V O. K. 1 hope. K'uii3 one tell Miss Willie A 1 ib una Citv, that if she Special to Iht Nnvs. I received a letter from Alabama and the Hequaohee News just now, and was glad and sorry tin) when I read mat letier irom junpire. It made me laugn to think of that little nervy woman, when some men will iro down in the mines scared when they ' the lxms look mad. They are afraid the boss will kick them into the pit. I wear io. 11 snoes, ami 1 am jnst an good as the best and lietter than the rest, for God made man for his own glory, and if he comes short of what God said, or what God intended him to be, he is not what he ought to be, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto yon." Justice to all; special favors to none. I wish that more people knew what Socialism meant. The time has come when there will have to be something done for the poor are so oppressed that the time is near that they will be like a fly in a spider's web. We can only buzz until we are entirely wrapped in the capitalist's web. We can only say amen to tne baa as well as the good There are men that will say that if certain men are not elected we will have to shut down our works. I want to tell that man that God only made one man at the beginning, and he was not perfect. This world is inhabited by men. There was a time before these great men lived, and what would you do if they should die before you go out of business? Why do some men listen to such chaps? I will vote as I please if it shuts the world down though I hope that politics will change. Some men hold office until they think that it belongs to a royal ramiiy.. 1 trust that God will bear the pray ers of those people in Alabama who are striking. They are praying to God for help. They ask the prayers of an gcoa people everywhere. I heard of one officer of the law who is working for the coal operators that said, "I know that I am doing some dirty work, though I am getting good pay for it." I think he gets about $ 10 per day, and he is guarded while he sleeps. God pity that man with such a heart in him. There are some men who would do anything for money. What do ' vou think of a man that would carry a gun to work with him, who has taken another man's job and feels condemned 1 I hope that my friends and kindred will not take the place of any poor miner who is con tending for his rights, but, boys, don't get into trouble. Watch and pray for tile poor oppressed union men, their wives and children. Pray that God will lead us all and don t forget our little paper, the Sequachee News. Bonny Boy Tracy City. Special te the Nrtrs. Good rains are the order or the day. The ground is wet to the liottotn. Crops look nice and green. e writer lu looking over the isews saw an article by one "Blue RiblKin that is near the truth, and would be interesting if yon would read and con sider the truth of it. I remember the times he talks about. I also reniemlier the time when men dug ten cars for a dollar. Now, men. the same old thing is coming again if you run on like you are running. Tins contract system will soon get yon down to fifty cents a day and then how are you going to feed and clothe your wives and child ren!; How are you going to lay up a dime for a rainy day? You cannot do it today, and bow will you io it tuen Sow you can do better. It is in you to say. I ran and will do Is-tter, and have more for my wire and little child ren that I love lietter than any corjior- ation, and I will work for them. 1 bey- have lived in penury long enough. Now the way is this, and the only way is for every luliorinii man to come to gether and stand shoulder to shoulder, and sav. "Brother laliorer. your inter est is mine. You want to feed and clothe your wife and children better and so do I. and if you will stick to gether you will reap a richer harvest and not until then. ' ' All laboring men are brothers 111 common cause lhen why win men pull and work against one another? Don't do that, but all come together and work together for the interest of one another. Then you will 'see the great work you are doing, not for yourself only, but for your brother laborim: man. Then your wages will not be cut twice a week, and you win not have to wade mud and watel chin deep to and from your work. The Scrinturo says. "If a kingdom be di vided anainst itself, it cannot stand," so just as long as you work and pull against one another you will never do any better than yon are doing today. .Now, brother laboring men, it is for us to say whether we are going to drudae alone in this way any longer, 1 say it is left to the laboring men ot this wide domain to say whether we are going to be led by such corpora tions and sink deeper into the ditch of poverty and disgrace, tor it is a dis grace for men not to stand up for his T ' 1 1 , 1 . I 1 1 I i J i. just rignts. joroiners, mum auoui it, If the laboring men would unite as one man they could run their labor and the government too. We have men smart enough in our labor circles to ne president ot these United States. I hen we can do better and let s do it. it may take "Uncle Blue's" remedy, So cialism, but we must be men and work tor the interest of our wives and children, and one another. Then you will see all things working togeth er for good. Now, "Blue Ribbon, "Whitling Bill , "Uncle Blue ', "Represnnta tive", and all good union men write us some good letters for where there is union there is liberty. (Jonie on uia Black Joe" and "Warbler," let's hear from you often. Come one and all for I love to read your letters. Give the news from Alabama. CRIT. Hill, of has any i chini oa George Gelden she had better ( Belie bUItlpter, Ala. cun in Trion and get him, of these special to 'he News. i;-n here are an crazy auout mm. it has been some time since I wrote Tii:u in a nice place, bxit you can't 1 to the News, but I reckon I have a pi It any place except to the depot nnd reasonable excuse for it. h-k thfl trams pass, and that has got-! The strike still continues, but bv the j help of the good Lord and what little Caker, ! we cau d0 ourselves we will win some Trion . (jily although we are oppressed by a great many people and especially our arriv-1 state an( county officers, such as Gov. Ag. I Comer and Sheriff Higdon. Mr. Hig- illey don last year was elected by the farui- tji ill to me already. Mrj. Myrtle and Miss Ruby of Birmingham are visiting in an 1 r jport 11 nice time. " Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murray el in ojr little town Tuesday. 4th, auJ report a pleasant trip. an 1 r Jin dear old Alabama City. W.01, go. on "Maybelle". This is loa.p mv you know and if you don't t.-.Ue Ivantage of it you will have to w lit fjur years and gee ! that will be EXHORTS TO WIN. an Hiiiis; lime. Georgia Kid. t: MINERAL SPRINGS. id to the News. O'linre to preaching is the order of I!r;'.!i3i' Darr preached at this place S-.in lay ll'ili Alder attended church here IS'in lay. Mis Lsttie Bennett attended church Ktui 1 ly Mrs John Thornton and children are vi iliiij 7. M. Thornton's family 'this I: . Rosebud. w p. 'i For Sore Feet. 1 Lave found Bucklon's Arnica 1 1 be the proper thing to use for f as well as for healing burns, cuts, and all manner of abras ;' writes Mr. W. Stone, 'of East ill, Maine. It is the proper thing 1 n piles. Try it ! Sold under guar it Whitwell Drug Co' 8. 3"c. The Trials of Women. Ti 0 homes of this country are filled it; women whose trials utterly de-1 t " tl.c joys of existence. Tuey are j M i- v'.'limn of female disorders and they ' do no! pel rolief, and they are forced to j tlr-i' Uiiouifli tti weary vears without' b'. I ;.i 0 ot hetterdays. All such should i .i'd to use a few bottles of AXIHiEW'S WINE OF LIFE ROOT. 1 i'.-iitt, uope in b ope lei8 hearts, the ne 1?.. cl juy in joyless minds, whose li ' 1 .mi Ih the blooms of health on the tl 1 1 1: of the perfect woman, to whom 11 n, )l.M .. ih.. ( ! her Former existence are now 1 1 .est of her pleasurable life. i.t,iiids of women all over this land t t-1 . f 5 i to th-truthfulness of this Tcnrcs for women. IhM" women require a tonic. An I. iii- i- good, hut Andrew's t l Life Root is better. While r l; the nvKtem. Durifvlnir the reform exhausted nere. ii.'i ay hit tni'inenu, ana moat sensi- Wi , tv 1 ie V .., it M 1 1 tl.ens woman in the ti.-, j ;it rl Ijit or.'tmsm. Pi : f l.o: pnr bottle. AO. j r r drujjtfUt for It Wade only by ANDREWS MFU, hi tl-l. T-.nn. ers and coal diggers of Jefferson coun ty, through his going all over the country telling the laboring men what great things lie would do tor them. He is doing great things for them, but not the kind he promised to do. In time of his campaign there were only a few union camps in this county and j to my certain knowledge some of the j very men for whom he is working so ! hard against us now, are men who stood around on election day and vot ed tor some other man, while us poor laliorers stood for Higdon and elected him. Now we are under the martial law or some kind of Higdon' s laws, so that we haven't as much privilege as the negroes had the last year ot the war when there were Klu Klux all ov er the country, but never mind, Mr Higdon, yon will want another office some day, and let me state to you it will take more than a moving picture show and a lot of sweet talk and a lot of bloodhound talk to elect you again. I am sorry to say that I voted for ytiu once, but if God will forgive me I will never do so any more. I would not vote for him for the lowest office that there has ever been. I would not subscribe for one of these Birmingham newspniiers, esiieci allv the Ledger and the Herald-Jonrn al. I would not take one of them out of the office if they would send it to me free of charge, simply becrfuse they only tell one side of the story concern ing this strike, and always tell it in favor of the company. They had as well go out of business after this, for after this strike is won, as we know it will be, there will not be a union man in this state that will take one of eith er of those paHT8. We are drawing our union groceries every week and are having plenty and all seem to lie enjoying life well. We j are sure it will be a matter of only a ! few months until we can return to work recognized as union men, and 1 h1o free men, men who are not afraid j to ask for their rights. But mm-un ! ion men when they lose a car of ctml 'or don't get justice, only hang their heads and with a si;h walk nlowly off, for they know if they ask for jus tice ther will get fired. Well. "Bonny Boy. " of Illinois, you . had lietter bring your lmyn and come Biid help us win this strike. Fat Bill. OASTOniA. CO., The New i only 50c per year issues, u you had better take lL S3 Orrne. Special to the Netos. Ed anil Morgan f orter were called to the bedside ot their father, who is ser iously ill at Shellmound, Tenn. David Mclntvre made a Hying trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, last week. Wiley Hodges and Jes.se Mackey will leave in the near future tor parts un known. W. E. Johnson, who has been oper ator here for the past year, left to at tend school. Roy Rankin, of Dans Station, takes his place. Win. Merriman was slightly injurei on the incline a few days ago. Chas. Mclntyre stuck a nail in his foot and has to walk on crutches. Rev. Cardin preached two very in teresting sermons Sunday. The mines are working six days a week, and are loading on an average fifteen railroad cars per day. Ralph Drake and Delia Boatner at tended church Suuday night. David Mclntyre will give a birthday party Tuesday, Roy Rankin and Miss Mattie Scott attended church Sunday night. Geo. Carpenter will make a trip to Boston, Mass., in the near future. James Troxell and son went to Bridgeport yesterday. Win. McArthur spent a couple of days in Chattanooga the past week. Would like to hear from Cliftv and Eastland. "Tige. Oak Grove. Spectal to the News. School opened here Monday, Aug. !ird, with fifty-two pupils, taught by Miss Dora Shelton, of Nashville, as principal, and Miss Mae Rogers, of Duulap, as assistant. Mr.- and Mrs. Aldine Ketner are vis iting relatives in Chattanooga. "Aunt." Amanda Pry or, of Whit well is visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchel and daughter, of Chattanooga, who havn been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frigmore, returned to their home this week. floyd witched is in Alabama on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Alder are visit ing relatives in Chattanooga for a few days. Misses Clemmie and Irene and Mr. Will Turner were visiting their grand parents Sunday. Roy Mitchell continues to visit homefolks. Mr. ami Mrs. G. V. Alder are in Chattanooga this week. mere will lie an ice cream supper given here next Saturday night, Aug. to, for the benefit of the Cuinlierland Presbyterian church. Please let every one come and bring his best tri rl. Central. CURES BLOOD. SKIN DISEASES, ECZE MA. GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER FRcE. If your blood is impure, thin, diseas ed, hot or full of humors, if you have blood poison, cancer, carbuncle, enting sores, Kcrofu la. f-cznma. Itching, risinif bump, swellintrs or superting sort-g scabby, pimply akin, ulcers, bone pains catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or skin disease, take Itotanic Blood lulm (I!. It. It.) Soon all tores heal, ache and pains n'.iip and th" blo.td is made pure and rich. Druczists or by eKpress 1 per lr Ipnitie. Sample free by wri'iiitf Klood lijim Co.. Atlanta, :. H. It II. is etpe, u.iv ivi'd lor enron ic. deep-aaled case of blood or skin diseases, as It curt after all else fails. Editor News: We are out on a strike here and we hope that men won't come to Alabama to break this strike. I guesn the Whit well fellows have seen how iiood the Tennessee company is to them now. They would pay their men f:.(Hl to l."iil per day until they got the strike broken aiui then the men only iot t.V and !Mk! a day. Without the unton a day is Vi hours long but when the U. M. V. or A. lias control 8 hour Is a day aud you get $l.KU to 'J.5ii for the day and you get ftT.'-jc jier ton for eonl. Now. please don t be guilty of break ing the strike again. When we come out on strike here there only Were 4,0(0 miners out with us, and now there are Ul.OOO out. All of those fellows that are in Alabama now that helped to break the strike before, are out with rts now, and we are going to win. There Hre lalior agents in Ten nessee now looking for men, and ' if yon all see them, avoid them as you would the devil. Don't work for less wages than any one else for after you wiu the strike yon will all get the same wages for the H hours work. Now, boys, listen to this. You don't know how things are, like I do. A Ikiv came here and they told lum that they would give him $4. 00 a day to go to Liewislmrg to Alary Lee mines and drive a mule, lhey did give him 4 for two days but after that do you know whut he got for his work? He got tt. 00 for the rest of the week and he quit and bought a pair of overalls and a shirt and an overall jumper and paid i4.75 for them, and you could have got them before the strike for '2.f)0 at the company's store, and in town you could have got them for i. So yon see by tne time you get your way mid and get your things to go to work you owe the company three years hard lauor in tne mines, and thev will lock you up in one big house with ne groes with you and make you stay and work. xou can t come out among white people and you know that you want to be with white people, don't yout It is a shame the way they talk to you and get you to come down and cut. wages and your own throats. It is a shame, boys. You can strike if you will, but some people don't care for anvone and they don't care for them' selves. You know that you want the highest wages, don't you? If you only would stick to us you would get the highest wages ever known in Alabama since the 1904 strike. You all know that is what we want, and tnat is what you want, isn't it t They will come to Tennessee, Georgia and Ken tucky and the rest of the country and tell you that there is no strike on here to get you to come, and tell you that they are opening up new mines, but, boys, if you want the highest wages stay where you are, and don't follow any labor agent and break strikes un der hope of getting the highest wages. If you do follow them you will never be respected any more and if you go around and break strikes you can't join the U. M. W. of A. We" are going to win the strike. If you come to Ala bama to work now during this strike you are coming to a dangerous place, We want to win this one in pence and harmony if we can. So let's win and get the highest of wages. BILL DOOLIE, North Birmingham, Ala. 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Will Cully moved back to Christoph er this week. Charlie Cully moved one mile south of town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Needhamer have been visiting friends in St. Louis this week. They returned home last night and reported a nice time. The young people ot Christopher were out hay riding Saturday night. They went to M.ulkeytown to church. The skating rink will open Saturday night, Aug. 8. Charlie Rice, Inn Thomas and Cleve Smith called on Mr. and Mrs. John Arledge Sunday to read the good old home News. Come on, yon Whitwell writers. We wonld like to read pieces from Herrin, III., and West Frankfort, III. I received a letter from Flintstone last week in which they wanted to know if there was any gas in these mines here. I want to say there is no gas here. Kollie Smith had had luck this morning. The mule he was driving at the North mines here got killed in a wreck. The Labor picnic of the United Mine Workers was held at Benton Saturday, Aug 1. One hundred and tive tickets were sold here to Benton. A nice time was reported. Old Bluck Joe. The little attacks of stomach trouble and stomach disorders will undoubted ly lead to chronic dyspepsia unless you take something for a sufficient time to strengthen the stomach and give it a chance to get well. If you take Kodol in the beginning the bad attacks of Dyspepsia will be avoided, but if you allow these little attacks to go unheed ed it will take Kodol a longer time to put your stomach in good condition again. Get a bottle of Kodol today. Sold by J. W. Simpson, Jasper, Tenn. EBENEZER. Special to the News. Miss Zoolah Hoge is on the sick list. Hope she will soon recover. We hud a nice sermon pr-ached at Ebeuezer Snndav. Green McCollum. Milton James and some young ladies were out buggy rid ing Sunday. John Preslev a led on l.ettie MvK l- 1 mn Sunday. Tommie Griffin calle.i on Lee M Odium Sundar. Jim Hoge made u short call at Curry Kelly's. 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