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merits or they will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has a large and increasing cir culation. : ' KKY MRS. GUUXin--Y chip, acter in Morton's Comedy, "Speed the Plough". -Stan-ard Dictionary. MOTTO "Cror Liberties W Prtz; $ur fclsrhts we will Maintain." . VOL. 84 TRACT? OITY.TSJIJIESSEE. AFRIL 15. 1020 No ! Wmm L n i. Why Be Dull - And Languid This Spring? "Spring Fever Is Natural, Bnt Not Necessary It's Dae td Sltfggisk Blood ' Keep Feeling Your Happiest Purify and Tone Up TourvBlood ' With That Famous Tonic, Pepto-Mangan Do you seem unable to do any work, to concentrate, to take any internet in things, , during the wonderful Spring daystjDo you feel just useless and "no ac count"? - Nothing is really the matter, 'except that, as happens every Spring, your blood is clogged it in alup-fmh with tooisons from its S "co , , lonar Winter fisht. " ..: ?e xil liIIJIC, fJUl vivuu w in ft1 bably adjust ; itself. But mean i - . .' - J ill , - s awhile you fret and worry, feel V.V unhappy and accomplish noth 7 ing. Why do it, when it is easy .'7 4 io clear up your blood by taking vf TPepto-Mangan for a'while? JPoi; thirty years, doctors have bepn recommending this effective and fterfieabla tonic to 'ourifv and " .'r i ,t . , . ir build op the, blood of - tun-down, listless people. 4 V ' Feel your best. Haveflne V!. color, and spring in " you1 step: . " Be vigorous, -happy, red-blooded; " Get a bottle of PeptoMangan to day. The nearest -druggist has it, and in either liquid or tablet form, just as vou prefer. Theresa no difference iu medicinal value. But be sure you get the gen uine Gudes pepto-Mangan. ,Ask for it by that, name "Gude's Fepto-Mangan' and be sure the fall name is oq the package. : . (Advertisement) m F Dealers are over-sold on' new cars; especially the popular makes. The used car market is very strong at; this time. We have sold more second hand cars than new ones this year. We still have a few on hand at bargain prices: : , Dodge 5 Passenger - $850.00 " Briscoe 5 Passenger' - - 700.00 . - . Oakland Six 5 Passenger - 650.00 Marathon 5 Passenger 630.00 And a few Fords from $356.oo to $600.00 Tracy City Auto Co. Palmer News BIRTHDAY PAHT1T Little Miss" Lucille Prince tery : delightfully : entertained quite " a number' '.of her : young friends, from two until live last Saturday,' that being her seventh birthday. ; y 'v. v.vir;; The Eastei note was carried out in U the prizes and refresh ments. . 1 ' H The little folks present-were : Hazel Roberts, and Lei a Aber nathyi of Tracy City, Carlton and Frank Abernathy Marguerite HVger, Millie Hersch&l - and Kdna Barker, Hazel , Murphy, George Hager, Geo. Ohorn, tlr., Clara Hall, Hampton aud Sara Swann, Ewing Ifampton' and Lncille Prince. ,;. .. .j--;- WEDDINGS Foster-Segrovea , Mr. Sylvester Foster and Miss Lillie Segroves were qufetly married on last Sunday after noon at the parsonage, ; Rev, J1. E. Thomas officiating. ? The bride is ' the attractive young daughter, of W. H. Segroves, of this place and of sterling worth. . We wish them much , happi ness. ' A j Turner-Morrison . Mr. Bob Turner and Miss Ester Morrison 1 were , married April " 4th, Esq. John Oline officiating, r We join with Mrs. Grundy in congratulations. 4 Mr. , Lawrence jk eeks wa' in Palmer Friday -on business. , Mrs. J, 0. Gibbs, and daogh ter, of Ooalmont, were the guests of 0. F. Patrick and . family Thursday. Miss Lorene Fults, of Tracy City spent the week-end with Misses Ooka and Libby Hampton. Mr. D. H. Heninger, manager ef Pamer commissary, who has been quite sick, left Tuesday for Chattanooga for treatmenf, Miss Fannie Schild,'of Grtietli, was in our our $'cityM one doy last w.eek. Mrs. Z. F, Aberuathy" was' visitingio Trac City last week. j Herman. Brown-;'0BiB4. - Virgil Johnson made a flying, trip to Tracy City Friday nighC Mrarnbl"Ro4dy:'pai(i ' Pa! mer a flying visit,: ;g : - , Miss -Minnie ' conrf spent the week-end, the guest of wra. D, H.Bryan. ! r 'Edgar Abernathy apent Saturday- with homefolks in Tates. vilie.,: ;y'i ; Quite a number of Red men of Tracy city and Coalntont attend ed a supper at the Hall Friday night. ,r:;'Zi 'i-"''i V-' - Mrs. RD. Swahnf land child renr are spending several days in Cowing":' ; ... ,. ., . , k. .- -" ij At 1 last the daily; passenger train from Palmer, has marteria lized, and ia .quite a conven ienco to our little population. Mrs. . Rachel , . Patrick, and daughter, Mrs. Clarence Nunley, are visiting in Tracv1 citv, , . uiss Esta Roberts spent Monday in Palmer... - ' . ,. : , Miss clara Hall spent Sunday with Mrs. Fred Abraham. Strayed Or Stolen CneRed and 'black 6ilt with Red ears, smooth crop off. right ear, weight about 100 pounds. Reward ' for information about whereabouta of this;" gilt! X ;, I : H Preston, Lu'nsford Jr-.. Telephone 48 ' Men or women to act ! as re presentatives for the Chattanooga news. Territory unlimited with no restrictions as to where they ban work. Big commissions 'al lowed.; Rates by mail, , one lOpVtH'ofthre'wonlhaf'lliSft pi x months $2.60 : one year 15.00, This is $2.50 cheap Vr than, other tvtrra ' -wr!f a Hi 'littn nnnirn News. chattancoSa,,Tenn.1(.for particulars. - . Dr. W. E. Tillitt, of Decherd, was here this week. - Uncle Jimmie Oneil . and 10. i c. Korvell were ;in.iattendancej at the Republican Convention J at Chattanooga the hrfrt of. the week.' ' '' ''-7:'.'''" j Miss cora Hamby,' of Murfrees boro, is visiting' homefolks.,' this week.- - j;: " ; . "Time for Spring Cleaning'-, use Davidsons Liquid Waxene for automobiles, wood, work, fur niture, pianos bronze etc. 7 For; Bale by Randall t Barley Trkoy City Tenn; 7 Phone 101 I Coalmont News -.Mrs. U. W. Hetnbree and Mrs, Sol Shearer, of Tracy City, spent Wednesday with Mrs. John Crab tree here - Miss Hallie Fultssleft (Saturday for Birmingham, Ala. Hubert Grisjrold. iq in Chatta nooga for a fe days visit. , . Dr. G. B, Alder, of 'Chatta nooga, was shaking hands with his many, friends "here Saturday. Mrs. John Dyer and children, spent the week-end at Tracy City. Mr. and : Mrs. Hollings worth entertained quite a few of the younger set with a party at their home Friday evening all report a nice time ' Mr. and Mrs. J. B Hill are spending a week at Chattanooga. Miss Louise Dykes and Louise Fults spent Saturday at Tracy city. ; ;:;;:.,:;' Miss Cora Sweeton visited her father at Palmer last week. .' Mr8 Jas. McGpvern , and daughter, Violet of Tracv1, were the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs, Pete Conry. '' J B.Stephens is visiting in Chattanooga. ; V ;. : Mt lfi11w -nf (Win. vim hnri lastweek, .. . J Lilliard Conry has returned . t fronr Texas.. Farley Roberta spent, several days in u'yfaW weok. . ' . Mrs. J. C. Morton and daughter Margarett have returned to Pal mer after visiting., Mrs. 'J; W. Dykes and family. , , , Mr. Adams Sec Sewanee " Fuel dc Iron Co.,' spent the week-end at Chattanooga..; I. , Ed Sweeton " $pent Saturday at Tracy.1 . ,-. Mi83Ethel Parmley is f the guest of her sister, -Mrs. E. Woodlee at Tracy City.; - ' Jas. Wallace spent Monday at Palmer. '' - ; " ' v.: " : Mr. and; Uu. "Vallace Warren visited at iriacy last week V 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Curtis" spent pdhZ a 1 almer'. : ' r Misa. Pauline "Oreighton and Hester Nunley visited at Tates ville Sunday. : Tharp-Marler Miss Lillie ' May Mar er and Mr. Will Tha'rn were united in' marriage last Saturday afternoon atthe offijKEsq: A) P, Wrigdt, The bride'ti sister Miss Hazejl Marler.was the only attendant. ' The bride is the . accomplished daughter of MrV "and , MrJ' 4e Marlef and is aa accpniplished young lady. ; " -: 7 The grooid is ;o . empldyee lot j 1.1.1 t?'W Vu;, ' 'C ;.'-nf,'. tK 1 pi ace and w a n Tnduf rue yhtttt man. - Mrs. Grundy Joins- in' with iij 1 congratulation. . Local Happenings SkeHon Parson yaa i Polraer on business the llrat of the week. A revival meeting ij in pro gress at the Court house. Candidate Cards wo have e'm. So place your order now. t Dr. Hayes, II. 'J. Bowers, Dr. Tom Roberts form a fishing party to Duck River this week. Dr. L. M. Itines, and Carl Rob erts returned Saturday from near Manchester, where they went on a fishing trip. About 10 lb, of nice Bass were the results of the t"p. :,'., V . We add the following to our, list this week. Esq. .Hick Warren, F. R. Harris, Coalmont, J, M. Givens Altamont; Mrs. Rosa B, Stevens, and sister, Miss Dykes, of Coalmont, were in our city Saturday. . Thos. J. King was in Coalmont on legal business. O. . R. Stevens, ; aud Hack Ca8tleberry are in Atlanta, Ga., where Mr. Stevans purchased some cars, and will drive them tbrpngh the country . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pocus, of I Palmer, were here Monday eu t route to Sewanee. Mrs. Lizzie Holt, of Chatta- Mil t nooga, was visiting nomeioiKS I 1.1. ! 1. - 1 1. . L. nit- ii rat vi uieHc&. . .'. Mrs. C.W Hembree .and Mrs. hoi Acheaw 'eDenii,-VVi3;siIi7 m Lioaimonii, ine guests or. -Mrs. John;Crabtree.'.i ' 77 Our( former townsman, Frank W. Cheek; now living a Tracy city, was in Paris this week, shaking handi.; with ; his' muiy friends. ' Frahk was once in" the newspaper game, but says he is dope with it forever, got enough' to do him. Ppst-Intellegenier. " Farley Roberts, of Coalnjont, wjts in onr city last week.'. Mrs. Jas. McGovern.l and . daughter, Violet, were the guests of Mrs. Pete Conry at, Coalmpnl; la?t week !'7- . 1 Misses; Louise Dykes, and .Louise; Fults;'. of Coalmont, were here Saturday. Ed Sweeton, of Ooalmoiit, was here Saturday. ...7, Miss Ethel parmley, of Coal mont, is the guest of her sister, Mrs, Emmitt 'Woodlee. , v Esq, . Warren, and wife, of Coalmont, were visitor iniour city last week. . v - ; . 7 Misses Hazel Roberts, aiu) Iela ii..;....ti... ..... :. . ivuvruttiii , ric in i Himei . last 0 week.'" ".7.7' '."7 - V-J . ,-' Heruion Brown, and Virgil Johnson, of Palmer, were in onr city Friday. . ' , . f Mrs. t Rachel ' Patrick, aud 'daughter,' Mrs. Clarence Nunley, : of Palmer, are visiting, in our City7v: . i ,r : . 7 Garnet Roddy was in Palmer lost week.