Sept. 2, 1886: The Comet described, “The Democrats of Johnson Metropolis and vicinity will fulfill at Jobes Hall, Saturday night Sept. 4th at 7 o’clock to organize a Bob Taylor Club. All Democrats are urged to attend. Our candidate for Governor will be right here and will make a speech. Come out, everyone. Females invited.”
Sept. 2, 1896: A person hundred and 20-5 yrs ago currently, with a dateline from Laurel Bloomery, Tenn., and a day of Sept. 1, viewers of The Chattanooga Each day Instances learned, “On Sunday night time, at Damascus, in close proximity to the Virginia-Tennessee line, in a quarrel around some trifling make any difference, Marsh Owens stabbed to the coronary heart and instantly killed John Dotson. Both equally adult men were previously residents of Johnson county (sic), Tenn. Owens is hiding in the mountains of Johnson or the adjoining county of Ashe, in North Carolina.
Laurel Bloomery is a group in rural Johnson County, and is found close to 49 miles from Johnson City. Damascus is found in Washington County, Virginia, and is about 45 miles from Johnson Town. Ashe County, N.C. is about 75 miles from Johnson Metropolis.
The Chattanooga Day-to-day Moments is now printed at the Chattanooga Occasions Free Push. Johnson City did not have a day-to-day newspaper in 1896 The Comet was a weekly publication.
Sept. 2, 1910: In a column entitled “Farm Notes,” The Johnson City Comet supplied this information and facts to readers. “Peas will sprout at 45 levels.”
“Cheap seed is generally the most expensive.”
“Always plant the best seed you can get for just about every crop.”
“Good time to slash out the poison ivy. It is virtually a crime to allow it to increase everywhere.”
“Give the boys a probability to swim every working day possible – and the horses, also.”
“Do not let any pickles ripen as extended as more are desired for pickles, for the vines end bearing.”
“After the hay is off the meadow we can see its slim destinations greater. Get occupied with the manure spreader.”
“Make sowings the moment a 7 days of these types of speedy-raising veggies as lettuce or radishes, to insure a constant succession.”
“Smilax does not want sunshine. It necessitates a soil of sandy loam, need to be watered freely and held in a warm location.”
Sept. 2, 1921: A century ago right now, the Nashville Banner, quoting the Johnson City Workers, opined, “Any culture editor who can dedicate a 50 percent-column to a description of a fashionable bride’s costume has an enviable vocabulary.”
The Nashville Banner ceased publication in 1998. We do not have entry to the Johnson City Staff members, nor any other newspapers that could have been printed in Johnson Metropolis in1921.
Sept. 2, 1934: The Johnson City Chronicle reported, “Installation into workplace yesterday of 7 officials elected in the August 2 balloting was a foremost attribute of the day’s action in community and semi-nearby political circles.”
“Amid surroundings that advise simplicity and silent dignity, Ben Allen was set up as circuit decide at Elizabethton, supplanting D.A. Vines, whom he defeated by a significant greater part in the recent election. Allen was administered the oath of business by his uncle, J.A. Smith, Carter county (sic) justice of the peace, who is a son of the departed Chancellor H.C. Smith, Allen’s maternal grandfather.”
“Allen, a popular member of the Elizabethton Bar Affiliation, was originally (sic) honored Thursday night, when his comrades sponsored a banquet for him at the Governor Taylor lodge (sic) as a token of their esteem. For some time they have sponsored a movement to safe an business office for the popular official in Elizabethton, therefore maintaining him at household. No announcement as to the result of their attempts has been forthcoming, having said that.”
Sept. 2, 1939: Huge, daring, black headlines regarding the war in Europe confronted the visitors of the Johnson City Chronicle on this day in 1939. “Anglo-French Serve Hitler Very last Warning” ended up the headlines, followed by the sub-headlines, which browse, “Declaration of War on Germany by Polish Allies Predicted Now.”
Sept. 2, 1946: Seventy-5 a long time ago nowadays, with a dateline from Johnson Metropolis, The Knoxville Information-Sentinel reported, “President Carl A. Jones Jr., of the Appalachian League said right here that he was ‘surprised’ to hear that Ed Smith was leaving the placement of common supervisor of the Bluefield Baseball Club of the Appalachian League.”
“’I’m sorry to hear that he is leaving the Appalachian,’ Jones explained. ‘I hadn’t expected it.’”
The Knoxville News-Sentinel is even now staying released.
Sept. 2, 1958: In accordance to the Johnson Metropolis Push-Chronicle, “Mrs. Hattie Hunter Galloway, one of the nation’s oldest twins, died at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Smith Convalescent Property. She was 102 ½ years previous.”
“Born on Feb. 29, 1856, Mrs. Galloway lived her complete everyday living in Washington County. At the time of her death, she owned her residence on Boones Creek on the similar land where by she was born. She was the daughter of the late Perry and Elizabeth Crouch Hunter. Her twin sister, Mrs. Juliette Hunter Galloway, died in 1952.”
“Mrs. Hattie Hunter Galloway was the mother of the late Edythe Galloway Glaze. She is survived by three grandchildren, Mrs. Brunner Hunt, Meriden, Pass up., Juliette Cox, Nashville, Tenn., and John Albert Glaze, Boones Creek and two fantastic grandsons, Brunner Rhea Hunt, Nashville, and the Rev. Robert Hunt, Meriden, Miss.”
“Miss (sic) Galloway was a sister of the late William A., John W., and R.C. Hunter of Johnson Metropolis.”
Morris is in charge of preparations.”
Sept. 2, 1971: Fifty a long time back right now, the Johnson Town Push-Chronicle reported, “Four further programs for the position of metropolis supervisor have been received by Mayor Vance Cheek’s business, bringing the full selection of applications to 55.”
“The place has been vacant due to the fact April 15 when James Mosier resigned.”
“Joe Ward Booth, assistant metropolis supervisor less than Mosier, has been serving as acting city manager right until metropolis fee interview all applicants and selects a successor.”
“Booth, when he has not submitted a formal application for the town manager’s situation, has indicated he is interested in the task.”
“Applicants had been solicited not long ago in national and regional trade publications and newspapers.”
Sept. 2, 1980: Johnson Town Push-Chronicle staff members writer Brad Jolly reported, “The transfer of sufferers from Johnson Town Memorial Hospital to the new Johnson Town Health-related Center Medical center was achieved without a hitch and a little bit in advance of program, Administrator Dr. Gene Clark reported Monday.”
Sept. 2, 1996: 20-five a long time ago right now, in an article with the byline of Jim Wozniak, the Johnson Metropolis Push documented, “Johnson Town officials are setting up to switch their notice towards the lodge that would enhance the proposed continuing training centre as they just take measures to convey the whole job nearer to truth.”
“City Manager John Campbell claimed last 7 days that Particular Tasks Manager Tarek Moneir and Dan Porter, the Johnson Town Enhancement Authority’s govt director, ended up producing a request for proposals from resorts.”
“‘We’re wanting for a good-quality small business hotel,’ Campbell said.”
“The facility does not have to be the Marriott style, but the purpose is to uncover one thing at least on par with Johnson City’s Holiday getaway Inn, Back garden Plaza Lodge and Hampton Inn, he said.”