June 22, 1871: Precisely 150 back, the Herald and Tribune noted, “One of our subscribers needs to know ‘the simplest and most effectual solution for lice on cattle.’”
“We reply, hog’s lard, combined with cayenne pepper or scotch snuff, very well rubbed in, on the components afflicted.”
The Herald and Tribune was, and continue to is, a newspaper released in Jonesborough, which was spelled that way in 1871.
June 22, 1892: The Comet documented a number of things of curiosity to Johnson Citians. Two of people things observe. “S. Simcox, supervisor of the Johnson Metropolis equipment works (sic), went to Cranberry Tuesday to place drinking water pipes in the resort.”
“R.W. Bowman, of around Austin’s Springs, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Bowman informs us that Geo. W. Ford lower his knee although harvesting for him Monday, but most likely not significant.”
Cranberry is a neighborhood in North Carolina, and is located around 32 miles from Johnson Metropolis.
Austin’s Springs, now spelled as Austin Springs, is a community in Washington County.
June 22, 1899: The Comet printed these proverbs, most of which we would be wise to adhere to over a century later on. “Suspicion has a critical that matches just about every lock.”
“Don’t pull down the household due to the fact the chimney smokes.”
“If you give me a knife, give me a fork, too.”
“Give me to drink but quench me not.”
“A hole in the purse, and the cabinet the even worse.”
“The fuller the hand the more challenging to hold.”
“Stroke the doggy, but beware of his bite.”
“Heap on the coals, and place out the hearth.”
“The fool retained the shell, and threw away the kernel.”
“One cock is confident to crow if he hears a further.”
“In comes the fiddler and out goes the income.”
“The shorter the wit the extended the phrase.”
“Saw off any branch but that you are sitting on.”
“My companion ate the meat and left me the bone.”
“If you break your bowl you reduce the broth.”
“Don’t wait around til it is dark prior to you light-weight the lamp.’
“Every bell ought to ring in its have tone.”
“If you shoot a single bird you scare the complete flock.”
“Beware of pride, claims the peacock.”
“You have to shut your eyes if the dust blows in your encounter.”
June 22, 1911: The Comet furnished audience with these quips about the nearby baseball staff. “Ain’t it the darndest thing you ever read about: the soldiers go away and gain five out of 6 every week, and then come property and get rid of the entire shebang. But that is only now. Hold out.”
“For Sale – Just one broken baseball, picked up in the woods soon after the 2nd activity with Asheville. Apply to Piccher (sic) Lee.”
“Why do so numerous of the (indecipherable) journals on the circuit pad their studies of online games which the troopers (sic) earn, with excuses for the vanquished workforce and with cries of ‘luck?’ If the groups are way too crippled to participate in, the easiest way would be to continue to be in the resort (or medical center) and forfeit the games. It wouldn’t make any variations in the standing, and the papers would avoid that childish, girlish wail that goes versus great, clean pleasurable sport. Give the devil his owing.”
“J.F. Crouch has been appointed an umpire in the Appalachian league (sic) to thrive Barrett.”
June 22, 1916: According to the Nashville Banner, a tragedy had not long ago happened in Johnson City. With a dateline from Johnson City, the sad information stated, “Ted Harris, who was accidentally shot by Stuart Kennedy close to the metropolis early Wednesday early morning, died in Memorial hospital (sic) very last night following an operation. It was discovered that the bullet from a 22-calibre shot gun (sic) experienced penetrated the lad’s bowels in five areas and experienced lodged in his back again. He was seven a long time of age, although the boy who shot him is about 10. The entire body will in all probability be taken to Virginia for burial.”
Memorial Clinic was a forerunner of Appalachian Clinic, which was a forerunner of one more medical center named Memorial Hospital, which was a forerunner to the current Johnson City Health-related Center.
The Nashville Banner ceased publication in 1996. If there were any newspapers published in Johnson Town in 1916, we have no history of them.
June 22, 1918: The Johnson Metropolis Each day Workers claimed news from Johnson City’s Metropolis Council. “Pursuant to adjournment from the satisfy (sic) final evening for the reasons of canvassing the election returns, but as the election commissioners had not submitted their report this matter was referred right up until Monday, when the board will yet again satisfy and choose official session.”
“Under plan enterprise the issue of finding a flag pole in the triangle of ‘fountain (sic) sq. (sic)’ dealing with Major avenue (sic) was made a decision, and it was agreed to make a sewer tap for the Watauga Presbyterian church (sic) absolutely free of charge. Licenses gathered from the Scott Confectionery retail store (sic) on Buffalo street (sic) ended up purchased returned. It showing up that the retailer did not arrive underneath restaurants, for which functions the license was collected. Sewer link to home of P. Bolton referred to committee for report.”
June 22, 1921: Accurately a century in the past currently, the Herald and Tribune provided this delightful-sounding recipe for pea and walnut salad: “Take equivalent portions of cooked peas and English walnuts damaged in bits. Sprinkle with French dressing. Allow stand half an hour and mix with mayonnaise dressing. Provide in lemon cups or on lettuce.”
As mentioned over, the Herald and Tribune was, and even now is a newspaper posted in Jonesborough. The identify of the town was spelled that way in 1921. We do not have accessibility to any newspapers that may well have been printed in Johnson Town in 1921.
June 22, 1926: With a dateline from Johnson Metropolis, the Each day Gazette and Mail reported tragic information. “Andy Correll, 50, was killed Monday afternoon when he fell about 18 ft from a cherry tree, at his household in Marbleton, landing on a hen coop and sustaining lethal accidents to his head and spine. Correll was in the cherry tree selecting cherries, and in some way misplaced his equilibrium, falling to his death. He landed on his head, and was picked up unconscious, expiring a few minutes later on.”
“The deceased, who has been a resident of this segment for numerous a long time, is survived by his widow, and 3 sons, George Correll, and Anderson Correll, Jr., residing at Marbleton, and Dan Correll of Johnson City.”
Marbleton is a community found in Unicoi County.
The Day-to-day Gazette and Mail was a newspaper released in Morristown. It was revealed from 1922-1927.
June 22, 1946: In accordance to the Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 75 yrs in the past right now, “Charles Lovelace, 19-yr-previous rayon mill employee, living at 209 1/2 East Chestnut avenue (sic), was provided unexpected emergency therapy at Appalachian Medical center Thursday for mashed fingers which turned caught in a equipment at the plant, attendants said. He was unveiled following cure.”
As described somewhere else in today’s column, the Appalachian Clinic was a forerunner of Memorial Clinic, which was a forerunner to the Johnson Town Healthcare Center.
June 22, 1971: Fifty several years in the past today, visitors of the Johnson City Push-Chronicle learned in an post carrying the byline of Lyndell Jeffers and a dateline of Memphis, that “Johnson Metropolis Mayor Vance Cheek has been elected one of the 10 administrators to the Tennessee Municipal League.”
“Cheek was elected this morning at the League’s 32nd Once-a-year Conference staying held in this article this 7 days.”
June 22, 1996: A quarter-century in the past, audience of the Johnson City Push go through news that the newspaper had a short while ago been awarded several awards. With a dateline from Chattanooga, the report said, “Three Johnson Metropolis Push journalists have gained crafting awards from the Tennessee Linked Push Controlling Editors.”
“John Newland gained 1st area in ‘Sports-Outdoors’ Producing for his portrait of John Ward, the ‘Voice of the Vols’ announcer for the University of Tennessee football and basketball groups.”
“Mark Rutledge, of the newspaper’s Erwin Bureau, won third location in the class of deadline reporting for his account of a male who survived a propane fuel explosion.”
“Leisa Paine-Brooks, Push entertainment author, took third position in non-deadline composing for ‘Wrong Image,’ an in-depth glance at truck drivers in the aftermath of the interstate slayings.
June 22, 2000: According to an advertisement in the Herald and Tribune, Howard Petersen, D.C., opened Petersen Family Chiropractic in Jonesborough.