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merits or they will hot be accepted. Mrs. Grundy ha's a larre and increasing cir culation. MRS, GRUNDY -A char acter in Morton's Comedy "Spsad the Plough.- Stand ari Dictionary. MOTTO "Our Liberties We Fre; Our Rijrhta we will Maintain. VOL. 33 TRAOY CITY, TENNESSEE. JUNE 10. 1919 No 25 WAX Walter Tid- ' ; " man Dead Prominent Young ; Citizen Passes Away Suddenly Walter Tidman, aged 24 years, died suddenly last Friday even ing at a hotel in Oadiz, Ky. The immediate cause of dath was an attack of acute indigestion. He was born in this city May 28, 1895. Mr. Tidman had been in bad health fcr many months. . He left this place in an Automobile just prior to his death and was enroute to Fulton Ky., when the end came. His death came as a shock to all Tracy City where he was promiuently identified with the social and business interests. He was very popular with every one and was of a genial and love able disposition. When Amer ica entered the recent war he waS one of the firs to volunteer his services. He ' entered the navy but was later released froiv'j active service on account of ill health. He was a very refined young man," well educated. His early school Uays were at J as. Jv. Shook School, and' he later at tended Webb School at Bell buckle and Brandon at Wartrace. Y wns fa Mason hndr Woodman of the World and was Council Commander of the latter lodge. The remains were brought to Tracy City Sunday afternoon ou a special train and the interment occured Monday at the city ceme tery. Funeral services were conducted by the liev. Mr. Sess ions of the Episcopal church. The ritual was very impressive and the funeral was largely at tended. The floral tributes were beautiful and profuse. Walter .will be sadly missed by everyone and this paper extends deepest sympathy to the bereaved fami ly. He is survived by his fath er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Tidman, two sisters and two brothers,' all of .this place. Miss Wilcia Cdpe "left Saturday for Brewton; Ala., to attend a Church Wedding and other social functions. Miss Naomi Marler has re turned from Murfreesboro, where she attended a house party last week. Vote For Gdod Roads And these three Commissioners Dave Hargis, Coalmont J. W. Marler, Tracy City Hall White, Pelham Election Wednesday, June 25, 1919 Look out for the full page ad next week descriptive of the BIG EVENT ; at Coalmont, July 4th.; , :,'.;,,.;' " -; '.; - .;', 4. -1 -u,;..;' Providence News . The farmers are very busy now cutting wheat and turning land. Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Warren, of Uillsboro, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. - II. Edward Kovve who has been serving in the U. S. Marine.corps is now at home, his many friends welcome him home. , J, C Henley, Micheal E. Con t,f Misses AI White, and Ger trude Caldwell, and Miss Agnes Partin were in Decherd Sunday. Miss Mary Jean Bell who has Wn teaching in Ga., is at home J'dom;. w'Tom Howe, of Okla, is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Rowe. Mrs. R. L, Keel, of Chatta nooga, is here vsiiting her moth er, Mrs. M. A. Partin, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Kowe were 1" N 4 Ford. J Miss Georgia. Bell, of this place left Monday for Murfreesboro where he will attend the Sum mer School. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Goodman visited relatives here Sunday. James Gunn, of Pelham, visit ed S. 0. Henley and family Sun day ' Mrs. Mary Ann Partin, of Hillsboro, is here visiting her grand son, J. B. Partin. Miss Annie Bell who has been teaching, school in Lynchburg is at home now. Victor White, who has been in France is at home now, we are glad to welcome him home. The Pelham and Providence ball teams had a verv interesting game here Saturday after-noon. Vote for W. R. Overturff for pike commissioner. Election June 25th, 1919 ' r-, I. - Pelham ; News . . Miss B anch Sain, of Viola, is the guest of Missjhnnie Wiljis. Miss Claud ie A jplor is spending a few days wiUi relatives this week. ilomer and Vi;tor White re turned x home Jftkt , week from camps, both boys have been in France several ninths. Miss clercy Hamby spent Saturday night vYth Misses 'Fan nie and' Jiiicile Willis. , Miss . Maggie veonry' was the guest of Miss . Willie Henson Saturday night, ! - . ' : ' Misses , Annie! Thomas and clara Brashear (ft Monday to attend SummenJScJiool at the State Normal 'jr ' Walter Faiss-, vho is working at.Spartaspf.'V .Sun lay with homefolks. ;; ; aI : .' Rev; I4veuporypusse(i through Pelham Sunday enroute to Bethel. - ' ; ; Mr. and Mrs; Henry Jacobs spent Sunday with Air. and' Mrs. O. W.. White. Mary Sue Gallag ler spent Sat ur day night with .Georgie Wil son. Frank Wilson, Misses Ruble and Lorene Wilson, and BeuUth Patton were in Decherd Saturday BIRTHDAY PARTY . On Monday afternoon from 4 to 6, Mrs. G. B. Marler delight fully entertained a number of little folks. The occasion being the 5th birthdav oflher son, Sam Wilson. Games' and contests were enjoyed, then a dainty ice course was served.' Those enjoy ing the. affair were: Kenneth Henley, Harvey Brazelton, Jr., John Wilson Parker, Ewing j Hampton, Geo. Sitz, Jr., Ray , Mvers, Foster Welch, Arthur and Sam Wilson Marler, Mary Eller, Ruth Holland, Aileen Metcalfe, Elsie and Hazel Marler, Dorris and Jessie Ruth Arnold, Anna Carol an( Dorothy Fults, Miriam and Sara Gilliam, Katherine Marler and Martha Hampton. Vote for R. M. Crick for Pike com missioner. Election June 25th, 1919. W. J." Marler Candr ' j date for Commissioner! In another colli m will be found a card of J. W. Marler who is asking the public for the office of Pike commissioner. Mr. Marler is well known to the citizens of our county as he made the race for Trustee at i the last August election and received a good vole, sir. Marler is an honest and conscientious citizen and is well equipped to hold this office if elected, and we feel satisfied that if the bond issue carrfes, Mr. Mar ler will be on the Job, 'Ton bet." V W. A. Patton in The Race In another column of our pap er will be found the card of Mr. W. A. Patron who has announced for Road Commissioner. Mr. Patton hails from Marion County but has been in our county for about 18 months. lie isaprac tical man and is a surveyor who does his work well, and has en gaged inroad construction before in other counties. Mr. Patton says if elected he will, perforin all duties well that are attached to this office. Dave Hargis for . Commissioner i rr:i:;,rtargi3,'(;l? C-jalmoU, has announced that he would be in the race for Pike Commission er. Mr. Hargis is well known in this county, as atone time he was a school teacher, but at present k engaged in mining. Mr. Har gis is a capable man to hold the office of Pike Commissioner, and when it comes to figuring he is up to "G" in Mathematics. Hall White for Commissioner Elsewhere in these colun n will be found an ad of Mr. Hall White, of Pelham, who declares his intentions of running for Pike Commissioner.. Mr. White is from Pelham Valley and is held in high esteem by the citizens of his community and is a practical man, who we believe knows how to build roads. He will appre ciate vour vote and influence. W. R. Overturff Enters Race W. R. Overturff of Tacesville has entered the race for Pike commissioner. Mr. Overturff is pretty well known to a majority of the citizens of Gruudv county, as he is our county surveyor at present, having been elected at a recent session of the county court. Mr. Overturff is well qualified for the office and is the only candidate on the extreme end of the county. - He says if elected he will not misplace the confidence put in him. . Miss Gladys Conry has return ed to her home in Pelham, after visiting her girl friends here. Local Happenings D. A.1 Hennegar, of TatesvilJe, was in our city first of the eek. Jim Sweeton and wife, of (Coalmont, were"on our streets Sunday. Henry Pocua and son, Joe, of Tatesville, were here Monday. Through the courtesy of E. C. Norvell, we received a subscrip tion from J. E. Scruggs, of R. D. 7, McMinnvilleTenn. We thank you both gentlemen. J. M. Givens has been appoint ed Deputy Register at Altamont to fill the vacancey of Walter Woodlee who has resigned. Mr. Givens is thoroughly farmiliar with the work and we- have no d'oubt but what he will make .an efficient officer. , , , Mrs. John Thompson and baby, ' have returned from a visit to re-t latives in Indiana. . ' Mr. Guy Jordan, t of Foster- ville, and Miss Verde Cruise, of Ada Okla., were visitors of 11. M. Crick's family. .Douglas and Tom Campbell who have been in the service of Uncle Sam for some time have returned home. , Mr. Matt Parsons,' .and Mrs. J. W. Hardin, of Hartshorn, Okla., are visiting relatives and friends lure. , Gea Wiiscssr-m" AtJowbiAi' Au.,1 is here vjk a visifj. A. series of meeting are being held at the- Chapel and are being ,..1 i .. i) ir V At Much Jood is being accompished and svral have already- joined the clurch. Mits Annie Johnson Owens whoy has been attending school at Maryiville has returned home for the sunnier. T. G, Davis, of Lewisburg, has just closed a very successful re vival at the Baptist Church. Mrs. W. M. Jordan and child ren, of Estill Springs, werj here to attend her father's funeral. Johnie Byers, who served in the noted Wild Cat Division in France has returned to his home in Coalmont. Will Boyd, of the A. E. F, France has returned home. J. G. Ikard and wife, of Dech erd, are spending a few weeks at White Springs. Mr. Robert. Cox, and Carl Jor dan, of Chattanooga, were here to attend funeral. his grand father's U. H. Gilley, of Morris, Ala., was here a few days this week to see his mother, who has been sick. Mr. Gilley subscribed for Mrs. Grundy while here. Master James William Hardin, of Hartshorn, Okla., is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Peter Hardin this week. Mr. Carl Huffman has return ed to Birmingham, after a very pleasant visit with Mrs. Cope and daughter, Miss Wilcia. .