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4 Advertisements must have merits or they , will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has a, large and increasing circulation. Ml MRS. GRUNDV -A char acter in Morton's Comedy. "Speed th3 Plough ",Stan ard Dictionary. '' MOTTO "Our Liberties We Prize; Our Rights we will Maintain." VOL. 34 TRACY CITY, TENNESSEE, MARCH 1 8, 1 H20 No 11 Rev. Jno. Scissom was in our . , citv Friday. 1 Mrs. N. B. Brown was in Coal mqn last week. , v Mrs, Jno. Conry, - and Little daughter, were in Coalmont Saturday. .. , : , Mr. Freeman Harris, of Goal mont, was in our city Monday. We are in receipt of a renew al from Mrs. Adams this week for which she has our thanks. Shep Parson attended the Big Shelton Sale Wednesday. J. E. Headrick was in Chatta nooga this week. T. J. King and J. C. Henley were in Tatesville Tuesday. Buck Brantley, of Tullahoma, was in our city Tuesday. John Simpson ,who has been resting up a few.days has re turned to hi work , in Chatta nooga. ' ; ' ' .". Resolutions of Respect Whereas the all wise Creator has saw fit in his divine wisdom to remove from our midst our belov. ed Sister, Mrs. Hattie Headrick, therefore be it resolved that in the death .of our Sister Cumber land Council No. 44 D. of A. has lost a true and faithful member and while we deeply mourn'our loss we bow in humble submis sion to him who doeth all things for the best. To the bereaved ones who are left we offer our sympathy aud direct them who alone can comfort them in their ead hour of bereavment be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be furnished our local paper for publication also a copy be spread on our minutes and a copy furnished our bereaved ones and that our charter be draped in mourning for a period of 80 days to her memory, respeeti'ully submitted. Miss Espha Woodlee Mrs. Tom Berry - Mrs; Ella Wright Committee CHEVROLET . Specifications Model "Four-Ninety" Touring Car Motor f Four-cylinder, valve-in-head type, 8 11-16 bore 4 stroke. Cylinder-; ..Cast en-bloc (including upper . half .of rank . case). ; ; ; Head 'detachable.' i? Valves: 1 1-2 diameter. Connecting Rod Bearings: 12-8 diameter, 1 7-8 long. Crankshaft Bearing: Frontl 3-8 diameter, 2 5-16 long; Center 1 21-32, diameter 1 1-2 long; Rear 1 3-4, diameter, 2 11-16 long. Camshaft Bearings : Front 1 5-16 diameter, 5 3-8 long ; center, v 1 9-32 diameter, 2 long; Rear, 1 1-4 diameter, 1 7-16 long. Oiling System : Splash, gear pump and individual oil pockets. Oil pressure gauge. Carburetor: Zenith improved double jet. -t . Ignition : New improved Remy. , Clutch: Cone type with adjustable compensating springs. Transmission: Selective type, 'sliding gear ; three speeds for ward and reverse. Cooling: Water pump; radiator extra size. Front Axle: Drop-forged 1-beam. Rear Axle: Three-quarter floating, wheel bearing carried on the wheel-hub and in axle housing, not on axle shaft. Hyatt roller bearings. Brakes: Emergency, internal expanding type; service, external contracting type ; 10 brake drums. Foot control. Wheels: Wood, artillery type, demountable rims, large hub . flanges. Tires: '30 x 8 1-2, non-skid front and rear. -Drive: Left side; center coutrol; spark and throttle under steering wheel. Foot accelerator. Steering Gear: Spur and gear, adjustable for wear 15 steering . ' . wheel. Springs: Quarter-elliptic, front and rear. Body: Five-passenger Touring Oar. Wheelbase : 102. Equipment': Electric lights and starter, highest type two-unit "system, single wiring used. Complete lamp equipment; top. top cover and side curtains ; tilted windshield ; speedometer ; electric horn; extra rim and carrier on rear; complete tool equipment, in cluding pump aud jack. Footrest, robe rail, pockets in each door. We are now taking orders for future delivery. Our next car load will ar rive in about 15 days. The automo bile shortage will be greater than ever this year- Let us have your order now and avoid disappointment. Beersheba Springs News Health is. Very good here ex cept some ilo. Uncle.' Bill Brown has been confined ioj hh bed with the flu. Tade Walker has moved from Rogersvilld to this place. Miss'Katty and Rose Bohr left lastJeir for Chattanooga where "theji wilV reside in the future' ii&j:'- f: Jno. Mo Carven made his umc 00 Per cen wasa . xair pro- reeular rrifto Utah Sunday. nt t0 merchant8 8U" ot " '-, : ;.( V clothes that cost as much as $10. Hendnx Brown, of (Joalmont, So we do not wantay fair price was uere ia?6 wees 10 see nis father, unclJ, Bill. Ernest Meks and Willie D. Tate, of Painter, were here on a yi8it-,:,-, : ., Watch out I for flu,. 4nd candi dates avoid 'both. A birth day party was feiven have increased perhaps 50 per at Mr. and Mrs. Harris's Satur-' -cent and the clamor is still dav night i honor of Joe V. heard ' for increased wages. Georgie-BrLn. Nellie W, ) .Pnce " t!?e "essanes of hfe Allie Tatc,lEda Mai Brown, i ar, and this was.ever true and Mr. Gamett Tate, Wjllie Brown, .; will fljver be true, and there is uo Morgan Hill! Wiley and John i escaDe from it. . rwt . ' i'."r it late, an repomeu a nice time. TheH.C.L.-High Cost of Living We have seen a ftreat deal of late about the high cost of living and a great many plans have seen advanced" for curtailing same. , The fair price com mittees, in so far as we have ob served, have been failures every where they have sought to func tion. Atone placed as we re member some where in Georgia, the fair price committee ruled committee fixing profits like that for us. The trouble seems to be with wages. During the war, wages were advanced as never before for the simple rea son that the slogan was, "w,in the war at whatever cost," but since the war was won wages Stevens Garage Phone 184 Mr. and lrs. Frank Creighton, night and Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Lutber Brown's. Gamett Tate left here today for Ohio. j If this escapes the waste bask- et will write again next week. ' , . Joyce. Coalmont News , Mrs. J.1 C. Parson, and four children are confined to their beds with severe case of flu. Messrs Jim Turner andMartin, of Hillsboro, are here. Rev. Taylor, preached Monday night at Christain Church. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Organ were in Palmer Saturday. Miss Hester Nun ley, of Free mont, was in Collins Saturday. Little Jewel Schearer is quite sick. Rev. John Scis6om was in Tracy Friday. , Mrs. N. B. Brown, of Tracy, was here last week. The Gospel Team conducted services at the church Sunday night which always proves suc cess. Rev. S. A. Hopper is holding a few days meeting at Jasper. Miss Bessie Bouldin who is teaching school on Sweeton- Hill went to Oollins Saturday. , But we did not intend to dis cuss the II.' O. L., but merely wanted to state atfueandrled remedy for ' W. After all this "stuff has been written on the j subject, it is not egotism in us to estate a plain and simple re medy that will do more to give old H. 0. L. a knock out blow than anything else. Besides the people will now have an oppor tunity to try our remedy, and to , prove tne wisdom oi it. it is simply this. . Put every square foot of ground you possibly can into cultivation. Raise more than eucugh to supply yourself and those dependent upon you. Have something to spare to your neighbor in exchange for some thing he has. Do this and note the effect on the H. C. L. This is the remedy, and it is the only remedy. Of course, the idea carries with it the raising of more hogs, cattle, sheep, goats, chickens, mulos and horses, as well as all garden and farm pro ducts. This advice is free. All we ask in return is that you try it. Mrs. Dave Sweeton is on the sick list. Mrs. Jno. Conry and little 1 Beulah we're here from Tracy Saturday, r- - Mr. V. H. Lasater .spent a few days in Nashville last week and saw the "Best." Two Trains a Day To Coalmont In a recent change of the train schedules, citizens of Tracy City and. the traveling public can go to Coalmont twice , a day instead of once as before. The 9 :30 a.m. . passenger goes on to Coalmont and comes back at 10 a.m. This is a great advantage to the traveling public. Mr. Freeman Tracy Monday, Harris was in ! Dr. IlifF Conger, of Coalmont, i was here Saturday. American Legion Organized in Grundy County Cumberland Pest, No. 74 Select- t ed as Name For New Post V A meeting of ex-service men, called for the purpose of organiz in; a Post of the , American Legion in this county was held here On the evening of March 3. It was deemed a success by all present. . , A list of the men who have become charter members of Cumberland Post No. 74 are as follows : Bruce Lowry; Dr. Tom Roberts, "N. H. Norvell, J. A. Summers, T. T, Campbell, I. H. ' Roberts, C. R. Stevens. J. G. Baggenstoss, Brosi Marugg, Kennerly Werner, Luther Kirk, Douglass Hayes; fc. B. Roberts, J. A. Byrd, Will Petty, Jr., Clarence Killgore, W. A. Edens, Lillard T. Conry, D. A. Henne gar, S. R. Hampton, J.. M. Rob erts, Dr. VV. A. Jackson, Mik . Conry. " ' The meeting was called to order b' Mr; Bjoai Marugg acting '." ' , Chiirnian; for the otcaaioriand. . -J- the following officers were elect- ; ed. Post Commander Dr. Thom as. Roberts, Post Adjutant Mr. Brosi Marugg. The following ' temporary appointments were then made by Mr. Marugg. Historian and Publicity Agent. Mr. R. B. Lowry. Team Captains Mr. J. D. Hayes, Jr., Mr. Albert Byrd. Campaigu managers Lilliard Conry, Coalmont, D..A. Henne gar, Palmer, Dr. Jackson, Mont eagle. We are proud of our first meeting and feel sure that our number will soon , be doubled, perhaps thribled' why should'nt this be so? We have the men in f old Grundy County, so let us not lag behind'for that is neither the spirit of America War of Tennes see. All that is required Jto make any ex-service man, who holds an Honorable Discharge, a mem ber of the American Legion, is two dollars, a very paltry sum, (How it is used here) Come on boys break away from $ . that old two dollar bill and be come once again Comrades, in Peace, .with the best blood of the Nation. Big Sale Our office turned out a double page-circular this week for Mr. E. C. Shelton who is selling his goods at greatly reduced prices. His prices on shoes is especially low. Mr. Shelton is a wide a wake merchant. Thia sale will last about 7 days longer. 1' ' f 1 5 I Mi i;i ... ' . ,1- ' ' , :, 51 - .; a; ' ( 1 -!! : , - V4 .'. I. ' i . - - 'J i '4 j. 1 1