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-1 7 i 1 SNEEDVILLE, HANCOCK 'COUNTY, TENNESS! UDAV, APRIL. 1, mi NO. 1. 'jt "rr irrttas t the J r-i 'tU SJUr and t TniwitM -It . -wiant fc, riUs; (Mr 3. tlt:nj ever a. ,i ft :-y cl tij'jwr taoda to i u u tc -i i bow. t " esoad-daaa matter H tti peetoCfee st tzb, :;uiniw, wUf Act of r 0 I '1 r--- r--T t-V tva Kiit a '"'-j brrrof them rri!3 , j ptrr of tell- 7 fcrUrxfr condltko in ld r7 for Ptce, bat then 1 ba c.9 ptac given iy Other infcrtQ God. Tns Editor of the Hewa is to gtrainger in yourmklit, and needs no introductiou to the people o: Hancock county, althocgn wo brce been abcsat from the good old town of Snecdville for about four years, bat we have returned tsd once again become a cttisen tout .town and county.. And If yon will lend us a helping hand we will do our best to give you newspaper that you will be proud 1. The Political complexm of the News will not be in the future as it has been in the past "Re publican." But will be "In dependent and all pirttee and factions shall have equal rights La its columns. - Hopicg aa4 trusting that the citizens of the town and county will give us a liberal patronage, I am as ever. . . Yours truly. -Q. F Buttry. Editor. ell may to ia ths tester of An exchange tmnrmuy re marks that "there are too many people in almost every town who will not cast thtjr bread upon the waters, unless assured before hzzd that it will come back a cub ia few days a' full grown MwMrK. all trimmed with nam. K f ? w8 your nc!h butter and mustard, rolled tr in r roigni; apout you aim a warranty deed for one half the rt2 a truth about tbemLaHh and a mortmn on the "earth or IZ'tXZ cilea be-1 t-w r ra u - t step to a bottomless heli.. I I vsm aa puy V my UH thd tndfcabout Lther r.. .a tae ciuiurea ox cai woci to ;ctomaice evcua csu icr ctencnea every nypoci p fca p TZX cpumess up witn gijuk TrCk Brief. 'Anybody can soil the reputation of any Individual, however pure andehaste. by uttering a tas- pkioa that his enetnjes will belive and his f rtevc never hear . of. A puff cl C idle wind can taxa air.ion- of the seeds of the thistle and . do the work of mis chief wich the husbandman must labor long to Undo, the fioa ing particles befog too fine to be seen and too Ughtto be stopped. Such are the seeds of s'ander, so easily sown, so difficult to be gathered up, and yet so pernicious ra their fruits. The slanderer Jcnows that many a mind will catch, up the pligue and become poisned by his insinuation, without seeking the antidote. No repntation can re- fute a sneer, nor any human skill preven; mischief. SttTAffAYCTl On Sandiy evening Hirth 3, in Lee county, Va., juc4Utwco sundown and dark, to rcrrj entered the) home cl fir. V.'Jt arott, and eeUed iZlbszzl Ua both hands and Jccttad ftsned hba securely in lla bedt7c(eans of asmallropa. TtoC ran sacked the kcra arl frund a- bout $1,100.0 in cl'i cfid valu- eble papers; most Li war-saving stamps. They 1-30 took a- bout 129,00005 la: confederare money, wmcn trtx evtatauy M ttiA?m An Act e frxo ths ni. cuit cf C3C eaidCrt Iz and taattxrh c ty totiCttr of the Cti! ij ncwiiutil Nand t!i Ihhclnty rart a a . J I n ne was twenty, expected y to. believe h.m except xaea o sixty. n I 5s .liter. rMinf Hm ia no ctvkl an th bably man of sixty who anAdaaibut he wants the whole he felt as yonng as he didJ earth, axsa all of its crust an the stat theft, skies overhead. Then husth himo&to the bum ble bees rooct wdL bury him deep in the ground; he's of ao use here, Is nuts tbetimanv o the roodj get him out of tto way and from, this section of the make room, for the man thai is r ' r . I . litre, who have been off awsouna. ,x in various kinds of factories returning- borne tbs spring. The prosperity of our country supposa that they are com- depend siblargly on the psos- ft. fa.aalihrftt the doainffr of I tHr f oar fimara. I W vrv II shops updsr the Handing thine possible should be done to Unistratfon. . render life in the rural districts asneeable aa well as profitable, dsrtain writer haa said that no and. nothing could conduce more kpaper which took truth f or tp the comfortL and. happiness, of ktandardt would make a pecuJour people than, the- knproirent bry success. The presjamight of roads. the compliment by remark it no minister who told the th about his congregation. tordtad. would occupy the! Heaven help the man who inv pit much longer than onSun-jagina he can dodge enemies 'by f Afterward. The Dress and I tryixw t please verybodt If Uv cm katvH In hand with the such an individual ever succeded itswash brush, rosy spectacles wt should be gjadtof it not that baifying little virtues and we believe in a man going r2y throwing httiedeformities through the world trying to find otiirioo. The pulpit the beams to knock and thump his i and the graveeetne are part! poor head against disputinr etassint-inaking." I every man's opinion fighting and elbowing, and crowding ail who "bcreisnothihgthat calls at- differ with him. Thatagain Isaiw tkmand drawaTpewple toa otner expeme. . ocner people M -nnal mod BtsscrjaDer. navoajicAS id nuer opinion, ao n!-fa soan to make at have you ; don't fall into the error Awrczr he matt have I of supposing they wiB .mtmiMof the Mtle a I you Use fcac maintaining it. or nwhTMhe lira. If be has peclyoOi more for tuamna- your f var Mvoari. i tctxnds to. ree coat every day tor match the color . thmth moat make a oorx ot theirs- Wear your own colors Mr and in doing this every inspiUof wind oieathes; stormJ nmthstownand surrounding or.sunsnine. U ceets the vacO mtry haa to bear a portion of ling and irresolute ten times ilosa. For thie-rwtton. if for the trouble-to wind and ahu3e, ether, the mtn who tries to nd twist, that It does honest i i t m l . . mazuy lnofpepqence e sxana its groaud. ksa newspaper- anouid bare .sarportofiie.town pespk, of whorajeen . f cHy aa much teSt irosa its efforts as be does self,. St OA atrlke Wafita tfesjcarvr. If th aid aa vba ladaeaa a girl to Barrr kha for BU ateaty ka4 ahnya abeva m, poor jadfwoC ia kia Inaaat bmbU, h waoMat kara aecaaiaQatra taeofBt wtalta te Kara in&acad ta cjrlte Lara suniad tiaL supper before leaviag the premi sea. Mr- Parott waa Jsf t bound it and to the bed all . night and was found early Monday morn injr by CampbeU . Hopkins, i nerhbor whft heared his cries and went te his rescue and re. leaced him. It was about three hours before, he waa this stand on his feet It Is generally believed thst Hop Pendleton and Ann Bell, are the guilty parties, audi Mr. Parott oCers a reward of $46000 for Pendletona arrest and delivery at JejaesvOle, Va, Hop Pendleton is a fugatlve from justice; ha is wanted in Hancock county Tennessee,, for th murder of Pete Baty. . on liarch the 20, 1921. lir. Parott is a very wealthy old man and is a bachelor, keep ing house by himself and baa been for a number of years.' -a-.;- H w-v. Is Mt to do IT VennessL'e i JicialCir ftssitee, sf: .ow eortfitituted ' Hancock Coun fadicia! Circuit A A MA f - r make izii of second Judici; "it, and b provide foi the 1 cutt Ccar(s ci . ' Ccr.Rty by tM Attcrer-Gr ,:: cJJalCir. ;u :t; rcrfcrthtibt' icTfc'c txiJ Cincoci C ity;tr.1t5 lh3 Cmc for t!; X lJ c!, V Cuii Courts cbiki L.z: County. ' v ? r '; ' SECTION I. 0 iteiactrd t; the General Ac bly. of tha State of Tenner- ' and the same hereby is c. .Jfrcsaths nineteenth Jf ' -I Circuit of the State of Ter.r e of which it is now a psrt ( jO t tit etttr.th circuit is no-j cc. . .tituted, and at tached to and ir. Jo a part of the Second Circuit iz owconstitutcd; and add Hancock County ia here by cetincallr rxefs a part of and nclodtdin said tcad Judicial rt he in fthecir- 'lancoclt A,d sec "lring w 5ec- -a. . j In A Oarkay't I'r&yur. A a nna nuuaier waa rontiucuiur re- 'igioua svrvicf a tu a vlon. church cntly. After exlMM'tinic a bil, alodiBoklrckmlieaeun to KJ pmyf r. aad. taia la tbe apal which tha brotatt la blvjc offered for hit brother in white; 'O Lord, gib Uta da ej e of da eagl dat he rpy ont tin far off. Glu.i hi hanua to da RoSpel plow. - Tie hi toqaue to da line ob truth Nail bia ear to do gospel pole Bow bia bead way down between bis kneea, and hit kncea way down in tome loneaome, dark ami narrer valley, where prayer ia murh wanlod to t made. 'Noint him wid de kcetw Ue of bul vahun aiul tot him on fire. G1.6ETS52TIUE08. A man who waa afriad of thund crawled into a hollo log at a place of aaletr dorinar a thunder atortn. The thunder rolled and the rata poured down in torranU. aad the old log be in to awell np till tbe poor fellow waa -4eed io o tight that he could not mit. All hia pat lini began paaa- fore bin. .Suddenly ha re d he hadn't paid bia newspaper Ntlon, and be felt to small that t3u, Mo to back right out. t ;;;q(;f, buttrv, vATtMEY AT LAW, ' - CIE-DVILLE, TENNESSEE Special ettentkta given to collections. "What ia a hoi. without a pa per?" A home without a news paper is r.o home at all It is a vu Asi n I am more powoful than, the combined armies of the world. I am more deadly than bullets. and I bare wrecked more homes than the mightied siege guns. I steal In the United States aba over (30Q.0a.Q00 each year. 1 spare no time, and find my reams among toe next and poor alike; the young and the old; the strong and the weak; widows and orphans know me. 1 saassacree tnomrrags upon tnotgrands ox wage earners m a I lurk in unseeu places, and do most of my work silently. You are wemed against me but you heed not. I am relentless. I am erery- where; in the homavon the street In the factory, at railroad cross lags and on the sea. I bring sickness, degradation. and death, and yet few seek ton aroidme, I destroy, crush and maim; glrs nothing but take alL I am your worst enemy. I am 'iCariesssess". Tha Way saaa doaaalfigvrfl wudrdaiTClrcuitt, tzi fcsb hereby required to attend -asd bold the courts of said Hancock County and the Atterney Gen eral eX said Second Judicial Cir cuit afore said, shall also attend the courts of said Hancock Coun ty and do and perform all the du ties of his office imposed upon bia dy law, and said Hancock County ia made a part of said Sec ond Judicial Circuit, the same as if originally incorporated there in, . SECTION 1 Caitfurtheren feted, that the. time of holding the Circuit courts in said county shall be OS) the second Mondaya of April and of August and of December. ' SECTION 4 Be it further en acted, that all laws and parts of laws ia conflict trlth this Act be and thesame arakcrpby repealed, and that this Act tibacCcst from and after ca prz public welfare reqeititj IL reused Feb ruary & XZZfrc ; ANDZZr L. TODD, Speaker of the Iirs cf Reore-sentatiTea. T7.T7.SOND, Speaker cf the Seuate. JLyraved Fcbrcsry IX. 1921 A. A. TAYLOR. . GOVERNOR. llany person fed oScfided be cause their codings and goings axe not mentioned while those of others are. and wonder what th mattsjecanbe. The explanation of the mattere ia that the editor means to be impartial, but seme escape mention. The likes and dislikes cf an editor hare nothing to do with it. and while it la not Drtended that the editor is more than husua he knows that the success of bis journal depends on his fairness aad impartiality to aQ. It is the best way always wheat a notice is desirde to men tion it to the editor, or cco msnieate through the post offee, No one feels worse about any eeinlng neglect er partial pefor manee of dtty than the editor UNwaco; t caller. when an ei t-ly acceptable bnt t&ctk-tiH litt comes too f reqt neighbor hon xy or girl be lt a visitor at a , or fails from a lack of semi - lu; or training to know when t and when to take leave, a Jk J difficult duty devolves on t!v ...igtresa of the house Shall she te'! -. U too qcreistent young vibitor t ..t it is late and suggest his reu.ning home, or mcit him at th door and deny hus couHny to that of her boys nud irirls? The proper method fori.rr, when a boy visitor ap pears too often, is to send her own son forth with the perfectly polite request that the caller ex cuse him, as he has tasks or errands to . perform for his mother. She should be sure, the, that her son's . excuse is a genuine one, and tht his apolo gies are made kindly. In the event cf a child visitor lingering too long in the evcing or at meal time, she can.very properly say she fears thoyoungcaller has for gotten his mother may be anxious nd for that reason she may not allow her children to ask him to top to dinner or to spend the night fuller is 'm " U I " " . elass who do not know who is president or what he he is -presi dent of-who never And ont that a thing has happened until long after everyone else haa forgotten it Tbe children grow up in rsgs and dirt while the wife generally finds eosolation in darning socks and luiririnir aptpe loaded witr long green tobacco, and the man o-enrally Uvea because he can't die and he is too buy to kill him self. Hs iroes out on electiot days, and doea not know who he is voting for, but just takes the Hrkat baarinff the name his flrrea.a-feat irrandfather voted for. There can be no greater mistake that a business man can make than to be. mean in tmsiness. Everybody has heard the proverb of penny wise end pound foolish. A liberal exbenditure in the wsy of business iaslwsys sure to be a capital investment There are people in the world who ore short sighted enough to belive that their interest can be best promoted by grasping and cling ing to all they can get and never letting a cent slip through their fingers. Asa general wing, u will be fonnd. other things feeing equal that he who ia most liberal is most successful in business. Of corse we do not mean it to be inferred that a man should be prodigal in his expenditures; but that he should show his cuatomeas, if he ia a trader, or those whom be may be doing any kind of business with, that in all his business traasactions, aa well as social relations, he acknowl edges the everlasting fact that there can be no permanent pros perity or good feeling in a com- munlfr where benefits are not reciprocal WANTED Salesman for 4.000 mile guaranteed tires. Salary $100.00 weekly with extra commission, COWAN TIRE XUBBSB (XX IN MEHKLUi Sneedvitle Lodge No. 277, F. 4 A.M. afarcb Sth. 1921. On February 2. 1921, Death knocVod on our outer door, death entered our - . Lodge and took from among us ear be- ' Uwi CrctW, d JfclUti' . ssd T &fer iarzs a f altifal' br tber aad BMS&ber of our Lodge, whose prinanoa aero waa always an inspira tion to noble deads and high aau. Brother Ms this was a good ei Liter, a true ttaaon, and a charitable neighbor, wboat walks la life should be aa turn ample that we all should be proud to emulate. Therefore, be It Resolved by the ' members of this Lodge, that we go into deep mourning for our departed bro ther, for in his taking off we hare lust a brother wboee place in the Lodga will be bard to nil and in Ms death a dark pall has fallen orer us alL x And in behalf of the wife and family of oar departed Brother we will say, they too, have our moat heart felt sympathies, and we esn only commend them to the Master of that Celestial Lodge on high nut made with hands, eternally in tbe Heavens, and crave tha blessings of him who sitteth on tha great white throoe to which our brother has alread) preceded as. Maa that ia born of woman la of few days and full of troMs. He etneta forth like a flower and la rut down: be Aeeth like a shadow andeonUnoeth not. , . Brother MatfaU is deed; yet ha Ives, his body is aaleep la the grave, there to remain till tbe resarection morn. The winds blow over him, he beads It not, the sunshine aad the storm pasa over him. but be is not disturbed, his soul is basking i evef4asting light where the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are forever at rret. We can only say te the friends and relaliveeec Brother fcLtthia, and tha brothers of this Lodge, that although his smiling eounteeenee will never greet aa on earth again, that we will a ar hia voice no more on earth, that hia voice la tha cooncUe of oar Lodge will be beared not again, yet hie mem ory will live among aa and he will not be forgotten, for we muat remember, that tha cradle marks tha beginning, and tha eoffla the cVeae of human life. and whoa we leave the cradle, wa begin that atomentoue anarch that never enda enta wa reach tha solitude of tha grave, and brother Matfcia has only pre ceded aa ia tha march af life by a few short years or month, and perhappa, . days and hours, when wa te like brother Msthie will be numbered with the si Wot Acad, and our pUee la our earthly Ledge will be vacant. Be it farther reeolted, that one copy ef theea rase hit tone be retained in the Ledge aaa aopy erst te tha f axaCy ot ear departed brother, and a copy sent te tha SassdvCe News for pahtteaUon. , BepactfaAy, Geo, A. WtSiaaa. C M1. rwiry Clay JrasV i s I Jr. r? r' If..'. .'K ( I ' r ". I V 'I, 1 4 . ,t-.