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merits or they will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has a large and increasing circulation. MRS. GUUNDVA char acter in Morton's Comedy. 'Speed the Plough". Stan ard Dictionary." MOTTO "Our Liberties We Priae; Our Rights we will Maintain." , : VOL. 34 " TRACY CITY, TElJTiiSE-E, MAY 20.1020 No 20 C UN WW vuauuuiii xicvyo Mr. Jno. Sehorne left Monday for Knoxville. '-!.- Rev, and Mrs. N.B. Brown were here Sunday. Miss Stella Lewis returned home from Sewanee Monday. Mr. Charlie Sehorne is here from Akron Ohio. : . Mr. Joe Hampton, of Knox ville, is conducting singing. for as methodist church during the series of meeting , conducted" by Rev. S, A! Hopper. . Miss Susie Mai Warren and Lurenia Hopper returned home last week from Ala. where they have been teaching school for several mouths. Mrs. Pearl Joe Hatcher , and son Louis Jr. is here from Birm ingham Ala., visiting her parents Rev. and Mrs. S." A. Hopper. Mr. Curv Orfiio-htnn -u-asrliAro , - rf O tiviv Wednesday night from Palmer. - Mr. J. 0. Parson, set sail Saturday for Asia,' "got in touch with Africa" and returned horse Sunday night safe and sound. . Miss Etheleen Brown returned homo Wednesday -fc $n Ijppspital, .ie. l'earl Nunley is home from Huntsvitte, Ala., as she was called to the bed side of her little son Frank Jr. who is very sick. Mr. Dewey Organ was in Tracy Monday. . Mr. S. H. Myers was in Tates ville Sunday. - Democratic Convert- tioned Called. All Democratic 'voters . -of Grundy County are iierebx call ed to meet atthe f Oonrt- House in Tracy City on Ma)' 22nd 1020 at one o'clock, P. Mfof the pur pose of ! selecting delegates to the State Convention called for June 8th, 1920 at Nashville for the purpose of selecting dele gates to the National Democratic Convention, and to boose Elec tors for the Democratic National Ticket, Them will also be selected, a new County Execulive Commit tee, and such other business will be transacted as may properly come before the Convention. Women are . eligible as Dele gates to the Nashville Conven tion, as well as to the National Convention, and - they are there fore expected to participate in the convention hereby called. "') Thos". J. King Chairman Executive Committee. Some New Automobiles G. R Stevens the local Chevo- let dea er has soli and delivered touring cars to the following peo- .pie ; Resigns bs County i Court Clerk P. Layne, Countf J . To the Hon. O. Chairman of the and all ' the Associate Justices, for Grundy Count v Tennf ' I,;herehy tender to;you, my resignation' as',. Clerk-', of your Honorable body,' a cd--it is not without some feeling of regret, that 1 go from - you Amidst, but I have full assurancothat I will be with.vou on acV Court day in a new capacity, and- with this assurance, I a?k, aud insist, that my resignation be accepted to take effect ori'tbV 5th day of July, the same, betng 'the First MoridUv in July, A. 1). 1920. And I desire that your honorable Court elect my successor on that date, so he can qualify, make bond and be inducted into office on that day. iJ: , . - With kindest wishes to 4 the full membership. ;f this Court and to my successor, 'whosoever he may be, As 4 I vierK of the Providence The farmers of our community have been very busy for the past week planting com, bowing ect. J W. t'artin and daughter, Agnes, have returned from Ala where they have been teaching since Christmas. , .' , Miss Essie Henley has -been visiting in Manchester for a few days.':. ' ' v-,'.r' ';'- Miss Mayme Henley has re turned from Sherwood, where she has been teaching for se veral months. .'... r- J. B. Henley and Vincent Clark were in Tracy City on busi ness last Friday. Mrs. Idle Grooms, of Pelham, visited her daughter, Mrs. J. .0. Laxzon here Saturday and Sun day. ;-; "V'"' ' 'ir;; Mrs. J. P. Sanders is quite ill at this writing. ' . J Mrs. 'A. H. sanders is visiting her soti, R. E. sanders, of Pel- County Court I resign my office ham, at this writing. without any prejudice or feel-:" . .u i A v . . L . ' -; i( W. aft Garner, who has a con f .. ... . .-v tract of building a stone I . . . . ' near Manchester, hasp lirana oia uounty, . ,. . Sincerel-, , "'. ; E. C Tlielton. Original Filed 1 E. (L near Aiancnejier, work on said bridge. Driage begun rdg liau Mrs. Ed Rosif and daughter, Miss Nannie were in Tracy one day.last week; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sissom a fine boy. MissLouella Bouldin is visit ing homefolks at Tatesville this week. - '"A. t i. 5 . - t ... Luther Gilliau has Tatesville, 'where- be h? r wer.-t the stave r.iill. . tfone to : Bay less-Bro wn , A beautiful home wedding was soTemized Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at thehoineof the bride's pareuts, Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. Brown on - Washington street, when their daughter, Miss Nellie , was married to Mr.- Marsh Bay. less in the presence hi a few. friends the ceremony being per formed by Rev. W. Wi .Ileflin, ' pastor of the Holmesst. Method ist church' in a very; impressive manner. The bride is a very, beautiful and r accomplished young lady and has heen' very popular among the younger set since she came here about a year ago with her parents from Tracy ' city, Tenn., and she has a host of friends in this city. V ' The groom holds a responsible position in L. H Harrison's dry goods store ,"and is one of our citv's best respected young men. The above item appeared Mon day on the-' society; page of the Uujntsville Daily Ti'mt-8 and will be of interest to the many friends of the bride in .this city 'where she had lived all her life until about a vear ago when she mov ed from here to Alabama with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown, .Mrs.v GrundVi joins bet many friends here in wishing her and-her husband much happiness through life. ' 14 Freemont Tracy . . 4P iom Lewis Frank Brazile k W. R. Curtis Nelse Wooten Louie Hassler John Gould Dr. Hembree The chevolet is becoming a very popular car. This is due to its high efTeciency and greatest tval ue for the money. Tires and Tubes When in need of tires and tubes do not fail to examine our Michelin." The best for less. ..We also stock Fisk Cord, Fisk Red Top and Grant. Stephens Carago Phone day 184, night 225 r I I How old is your account? All accounts are due the 1st of every month: We are not in position to extend credit for a long period of time. We are glad to extend credit when you pay promptly, beginning June lit all accounts 30 days past due will be given to our attorney for collection. Order League. oxevens Cjara Mr Mont Glovier, president pi the Summerfield League presi ded over I the meeting and ex pressed his appreciation of the large and. representative audi ences. Dr. Lilian W. 'Johnson, the secretary and treasurer spoke of the need of cooperation and that is the women and young girls had been the chief suffer ers from the lawlessness at Sum merfield that a committee of ffve men be appointed who should take up the cases of petty per secution as well as the more seri ous disorders and who should uphold the deputy sheriff in the enforcement of law and order. Secretary Garner Hill, Gladstone, N. J., Sell Rat-Snap, He Says. "I sell and use RAT-SNAP Like to' look any man in the face and tell it's the best. It's It's good.' -.People like RAT SNAP because it "does" kill rats. Petrifies carcass leaves no smell. Comes in cakes no mixing to do. Oats or dogs won't touch ' it. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaran teed by Dorris fc Cheek and the New York Stores Tracy. City Tenn. Tracy City 19 Sewanee 3 Tracy City .defeated Sewanee locals in a fast game of ball last Sunday afternoon by a score of 19 to 3. Miss Erina White; If Pe'ham has been visiting relatives and friends here for several days. ' , Martin Clark, wife and son were over in their neV . "Ford" one day last week. J. C. Henley (Jr.) was in Ooal mont on business Friday. - A large crowd of young people assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. s. c. Henley last Saturday night where they were delight fully entertained by the ex cellent music furnished by the Messrs. Allen and clarence Echols and Miss Margie Levan. The price of the seed being so low, pur farmers are busy mov ing their custom clover for bay, instead of having it thrashed for seed. - . Lhe Sunday School at this fjlace are planning an all-day-rally here Sunday May 80th. Everybody come. , I T. BTNorthcut, , el a" - Destroyed By Fire Fire broke out last Monday morning at the home of . Geo. Morgan in Buffalo and before the arrival of assistance the home was consumed with all its contents. This- is. pretty hard on Geo. as he had only lately gone to. housekeeping. AMr. Morgan has our sympathy. Be sure the name Michelen appears on every tire and tube you buy and avoid disappoint ment. ' j Stevens sells them. Vs. GeorgV T.-Kelly, et ,als In the chancery court at Alfca mont Tennessee. In this cause, it duely appear ing to the undersigned Clerk and Master from the allegations in complainants bill which are sworn to, that George T. Kelly, one of the defendants iii said bill, is a Non resident of the state of Tennessee, and a resi dent of Chicago, in the state of Illinois, so that the ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served up on him ; it is therefore 'ordered that publication be iado for tour successive weeks in Mrs. Grundy,, a weekly news-naoer "published at Tracy City, Grundy County, Tenn. giving notice to the said non-resident, Geo., T. Kelly, to appear before the un dersigned, at. his ofllce in the Courthouse in Altamont Tenn. Lon, or before the first Monday in June next, the same being a Rule day of said Court, and make de fense to Complaiant's bill, other wise the allegaitins in. the bill will be taken as confessed as to him, and the cause proceed, E.x parte; The said Deft. Kelly is further notified, that he and his agents andservants, are enjoined from trespasing on the lads de scribed in the bill in this cause, or from cutting, removing, or selling any timbers therefrom, or from receiving any monies from crossties, saw logs and any other timbers cut from said land. This Mav, 18th, 1920. John scruggs, c. &, M. f L. V. Woodlee, sol. for complts.