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2 " - . - ... ,v o ? . . : ii. ' - Advertisements must have "i ' merits or they will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has aiar and increasing cir culation. ..MItS, GRliNDY'.-.A char acter in Morton's Comedy; "Speed the PloughV-JStah. ard Dictionary, h - K 3 ' MOTTO'v "Our Liberties We Prize; Qur Rights we will Maintain. 1" VOL. 34 TBAOY CITY, TENNESSEE,' MARCH 11, 1020 NO 30 - 0 IV; Announces For Sheriff - After many solicitations from his friends to run for Sheriff this coming election Mr. Griswold has decided to make the race subject to the will of the voters. Mr. Griswold ran for this office -two-years.--ago and received a nice vote, and at the death of Sheriff Blanton , the County Court elected' Gillie Griswold to fill out the unexpired term of Mr. Blantcn. This he has done very creditably and he again comes 1 efore the voting public asking for commeudation of his record as Sheriff. Sheriff Gris wold has always done his duty as an officer and has alway shown consideration, of everyone who has had any dealings with him. Gillie is an honest and con cientious young man and' stands high in the estimation of his friends. We commend him to our readers. .. ' Local Happenings Miss Mary Wcoten was' sum. moned . home from Huntsville last week to attend her, - people, who are all down with the .flu., ... A. L." Hibbard, a former jTon sorial artist of this'place, but who is 'how engaged in farming in Coffee County was here a few days last weejs.: . . ' Mr. Fred Mvers, of Monteagle, paid our. sanctum a pjeasant call and subscribed for Mrs. Grundy while here. Esq. W. D. Bennett, 0. II. Mankin, Marvin Thomas and Frank Killgoret of Monteagle, were in attendance at court' here last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J( Thompson, of Birmingham, are here on a visit to old friends. , week en route -to Pel ham Valley to buy calves. . i Stanley; Harrieoi and Nelse W oo te n m ad el a bv. " h ess, trijr to 1-1. .11 . nlr A ; They many f rienc' jf Mrs. Lou Lovelace aro sorry tV IV arn of her serious, illness: , . J. P. Harden, of iTcMinnviile, R.I).No,l, who is'hete on a visit, handed us a Dollar to send him the paper, for a : year which we will gladly do. 1 Adney Lockhart, cf Altamont, was, in our,;ciy:''W4fn$diyt"jpn business. - , v - ' v Newton Bailey Dead Mr. Newton Bailey, one of the oldest citizens in Grundy Opunty, died at the home of his daughter, Mis. J, S. Dodson, of Hobbs Hill, last Thursday. ..Ile was 68 j'ears of ajie. Mr.' JJailey was a water boy on the main line of the N. 0. & St. L.'lly., while it was Lone Rock Ooh.e Ovens Resumed 4 n ! v;.i ; : i i ' Thp Coke Ovens at TracyU3ity have been taken ovetf by .'the Tenn" Consolidated Coal. Cj.. with Mr Langleym 'charge.' : They were tired up this week and the first run of coke is ex- pected within the next few days. LawsohFiiltsDead Mr. Lawson Fultsii known to everyone as"Uncle .oss", died at his home in West ;. Tracy Fri- nv mnrninir aft.ftr -ft ' lono and We add to our subscription painful illnessl' flejras 70 years 33 Indictment Found 33 indictment were found 'by the grand Jury in session 2 days last week. This, is the largest number of true bill found at anyone court in several-years. Jud Aylor Indicted For. First Degree Murder Jud Aylor, who shot and ins tantly k'll'ed Jim Olepperdur- - ing the holidays was indicted by the grand Jury in session here last week for Murder in the first v degree. He was immediately placed in jail pending. bond, as Judge Jno. T. Raulston ' has taken Jiis case of Boud under advisement. : , . . , State Receipts 'In February N Near Two Million The receipts of the State Trea surer for the month of February amounted to. $1,918,002.70, ac cording to the report , of flill McAlister, Treasurer, submitted Wednesday and the balance- on hand March. 1 amounted to $2, 278,284.80. The .balance -v': on hand February,, 1 .amounted to $719,0l8.95ahd . the figtaf iia bursements for the month . weje. $363,746.85. - - , " , Mr. R 0. King Tells a Wonderful Story, Story About Rats. Read It. "For months my place was a live with rats.. Losing chickens, eggs feed. Friend told me to try RAT-SNAP. . 1. did. Some what disappointed . at first not seeing many dead rats, but in a few days didn't see a live, one What were hot killed are not a round ray". place! RAT-SNAP sure does the trick." Three 'sizes, 2oc, 50c," $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by . Dorris & Cheek - and The New York Stores Tracy City Tenu. list this week-the name1 of Gus Brown, of Beer&heba Springs, who handed us a big wheel and said let Mrs. Grundy come for a year ? Wade Hampton, of this place, hands us a dollar this week and says 'to-se.rfd iiim Mrs. Grundy for a year. We thank you Mr. Hampton.. , ! WANTED: A Renter for the Sam Werner fn.rmialjdut,'2 miles from Tracy City. A good pro position to the right party. For further information, see or ad dress Sam Schild, ' Tracy City Tenn. ' ' Mr. Fred Borne, of Gruetli, passed through heetf Monday en route to "Chattanooga where he goes to see his sister, Mrs. Jacob Meyer, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Myrtle Marler, of Palmer, spent the week-end with home folks. . " . Sam Werner, Sr., was in Chattanooga recently On busi ness. The rumor continues to float that he contemplates the Sale of his milling property here. John Simpson,, of Chattanooga, is at "home this week with a seige of influenza. Mjss Sadie Dobson, a charm ing young : lady of Cowan, has been visiting Mrs. Wm. Eden here. , . .- ..- i Wiil Wepf is at home for a few. days enroute North after a visit to points in Florida and Cuba. - Chester Haynes, who has been in Memphis for several months, has returned home. Albert Metca.lf, who has been working for the Government at Chickamauga Park, has returned to his home at Monteagle. 'i ''. .... - . The Mercury readings, accord ing to official themometOrs, have been lower in March than at any other time this winter. ."Jumping Jesus" Dvkes, Of Jasper, passed .throughjiere this J ' i was old As Ions: as Mr. Fults able to work he took'care 'of the city cemetery. He. Is survived by his widow and daughter, Mrs. Will Levan. the remains being constructed from Nashville , Mr, Latigley is an expert, coke- man and his product is generally,, above the average and in .good demand, , " The operation of these ovens will greatly add to Tracy City's pay roll as it will employ about 20 or 30 people. to Chattanooga and could tell all the happennings of that time Burial was in the City Cemetery Friday. " He is survived by a daugther, Mrs. J. S. Dodson, and one Son. Jno. W. "Bailey, of Palmer. Celebrates ; Birthday - J. O. Henley, our efficient Trustee, passed another mile stone on March lUtii, it being his 47th, birthday. Mr. llenley was overfed .on' this day and you were buried ; in, the iHobbs Ilill . ,, , . , . . , 1 v - fi 1 " can tell by looking at him that .cemetery. :;0y fie did ample justice to the feast ,:?l:'.v.'' set before him. Big Tax Gpllfection V " For FcbrUarV- ' ame8 Summers, of Decherd, :- , - . - . accompanied --the remains ,Jof J. C. Hen ey, Trustee reports TT t a-i. S t i 1 1 it V- v u Uncle George Sitz to this n hiw Tt ( Vtllpf.t.inn for Kfihrn&rv . 1920. The total fo'this ' month And he ia .now was $24,000.QO. This is the larg, .hedside of his mother, who , is est amount of taxes collected for, sick at her daughter's Mrs. Ben some' years past in this month. Wooten. X place. attending tho Mrs. J. E. Headrick Dies of Pneumonia Mn. J. E. Headrick 'died, of pneumonia ruesuay morning after an'illness of anly a week. Mrs. Headrick had gone out to her mother '8 Mrs. Sam Bust who was seriously ill to wait ori her and while there contracted pneu monia which resulted., in her death. Mrs. Headrick was a good christian woman, and a member of the Daughters of America. Funeral services were heldat the home of Mrs. Rust, and burial was . in , tho Oak Grove Cemetery Jacob Angst, of Nashville, was here visiting his sister, Mrs. Jno. Baffgenstoss. YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND BARGAINS AT O'JR vA m r e r mm e kv are good as Just a few items from our big stock, and at prices that long as this stock lasts. TOMATOES LARCE CAN FIE PEACHES. PUMPKIN c RHUBARB SWEET CORN PER CAN TOMATOES. SMALL C AN RED KIDNEY BEANS 2 CANS 1 5 WHITE PEAS 2 POUNDS 15 WHITE BEANS 2 POUNDS 25 APRICOTS LARGE GAN t 25, SALMON TALL CAN 20 20 CENTS 25 V 15 15 " 20 ' 14 " 7 BARS POLE SOAP 25 GENTS 3 PKGS. RUB-NO-MORE W. POWDER 25 C. 1 POUND MIXED NUTS 35 CENTS PORK AND BEANS LARGE CAN 20 GENTS CUPS AND SAUCERS, PER SET - $1.50 ALUMINUM STEWER 39 GENTS MIXING BOWL 35 CENTS TEA SPOONS SET, 12 CENTS ; PUDDING PAN i liCENTS - STEEL SKILLEf 45 CENTS SHOE SPRIGS PACKAGE 05 CENTS . As near perfection as you can get in this world is Chase & Sanborn Coffee. So when you want the best get ifc : Tidman Mercantile Co. , Tidman & Jossi, Props. 'it , - . tS5 yS"-''!.ji in i u'n i mmn t i ... .., , ; ; .