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.J VOL. 34 f TRAOY CITY, SL : Es J 1 AY p ' 'iro u- To the Voters . . : of ; Grundy County "Having been elected Trustee for Grundy County the first time in 1912 and again 1914-VJ16-1918. And having served you faitfully, diligently and impartially for 8 vearswithotit : fear or special J favors to any one, I respectfully f ask your endorsement and hearty Tracy City Will : Have a Chance Democrat Hold C : v August election 1920. ' - y-riFerit;,,CB ioro years quail lies me for better service as your trustee, .as I have studied hard during this time to Simplify .the work' and books ' of this import ant office that the voters have so willingly entrusted ni with. . . I have the various, accounts of " the State and County so ''that I can, and am willing to explain to any one calling on tne at auy :.time, the conditions- of your 'County lunds. x . . i feel that this is one of the important duties devolved upon ; me as your servant. ; I believe that a public office; is ' a nublic trust and that the duties Qiu'f suca au; owce suouia ue ? ' . -V v. . hrtriAGII v nnn 1 imnnrtui Iw rar ,fprmed."and ; tbia I have di . aentlyand honastly endeavor ; to do. '7.,-: ing.tpxar,Ni. . . ."Sxwdi-zv - voting. for v.tretorore, vi believing '"Grundy Oounty will honor : me by re-electing me to the office of trustee on Aug, the 6th, 1920. 1 beg to remain as ever: - " . -Your humble servant, ' ' , J. 0. llenley. ' : P. S. having been sick 1 have been unable to call to see vou up to the present, but hope to be out in a few days and will -be around to see you before the election. Gallor Henlev and Bob McOur dyhave returned to Akron Ohio, after a visit to honiefolks. Mrs. Ilettie James of Gordon ville, Tenn., who has represent-y ed the Velvetina line of toilet articles for the past five v years, became acquainted with NEV-O-NO whfi doing work in Tracy City. , j , - .w' , . She is positive that this prep aration can be made ' to go sue cessfully after a perusal .of the proposition which the originator made to Somerset, Ky.', and which is of course open to auy locality, , , . ' , ' For a ; monetary consideration she has undertaken the work of writing some stock in Samerset, but before going there will Visit every man'1 in: Tracy City - whom she thinks likely to takel share. Before Mrs. James would take up the work of writing this stock, Bhe had to be assured by the pro moter that she would be a mem ber of the Board of Directors'. She has subscribed good' money ... .''or fimUefrher stock,, and will "yrlp-V-k, which irainantha, comeV; - f nAflA WtUft .1nft V- - are to be congratulate of scorned for oT,iCW&ck;8old ia Tracy City as 1t would; mean" another enterprise for our city and would "bring home. the bacon" Iwe be lieve. .xejetiv 'ratsrL -S&tra 1 h "Pursuant to t o of the Demc-. Oommittee,u th senibled at the C Saturday "fUr: acted the folio v.. . T. B.Roddy wr- man of the.Excv. for the -ensueing t : P. Kright secretirr. ingwer$ electfJ! c.i tive committee -t:.ry years, a repoftsi A luittees;, " . ' V ' - ' U We recommend - " aemocra I Executive., Comni i : ' :n?ep. fcr j r Grundy ; County i , the . en- " fiiiftinir two vpiars V: z ' Mn vir- Htti School Comesi , " .io a brilliant Close ocnooi or rather the r;:.ics KtAShook Sdiool caifie to luuut ,, close ' last Wondav .r.rhaps " never iu t!i uir m uuui Has a mere ;l vear been taught tluui. Under the 'macaco 1 b rv r not f i t Decoration Day. Sunday, May 30th will be Dec oration Day and all the various Fraternal Orders -will -meet at the Miners Hall at 1 :80 p. m.", on this day and proceed to the cem etery, All are requested to bring flowers. ' - irifH IWililvJy! -1 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 1st all accounts 3 (Vdays past due will be given to our attorney ior couecuuu. Stevens Garage .,1st. District VT. Vrf :i John SafnV. . ;,j 2nd. District Teb A : V.'-Woodlee, H.'-Br IvertvV John.MSchild, ; ."Srd. District J, O, L"enley;r., L.'A. Garden, J. W,- ?artin." -V "4th;. District Jetf D. Fultd, 0,, Il; Mankin, Martin TJatugg,- J A. Moran; , . , ' 5th, Dist'rictT. J. King; V, 61 Abernathy, jA.. O.. vVle" tndtr, Claud Waten T." Bf lUnl '. , . Jol' P.' Wright;.- . . ,. 6th. Dirict El C:v J. H.; Haraby. . " ,t Tthl District Jt n. ttou 7, O.TuUsrv V L pinger, J. JJ. Nunley. . . Respectfully submitted, this May 22, 1920. ' A. 0. Alexander, v " , W.C. Abernathy, . Ed.Conry. -The following resolution was passed on by the Convention : The democrats , of .Grundy County in 'mass convention .as sembled at the Court House in Tracy City," Tennessee on the 22nd., day of May, 1920, adopted the following resolutions: , "Wo heartily endorse the wise and patriotic - administration ol President Woodrow Wilson and point with special pride to the accomplishments of our . nation and its advancements under his leadership' believing that more constructive legislation benefie jal to the masses was enacted pursuant -to his policy, than during the administration of any President since the ciyal war. We commend his efforts to es tablish a world . peace and sympathize with him- -in this stupendous task, and believing, in the righteousness of the cause and the justice of his course, we are in favor of the ratificat ion of the Treaty of Peace made with Germany at the s conclusion of the great world war, without destructive reservations. ; V ; .We,endorse the economical administration of Gov. Albert II. Roberts. We. commend his efforts - at tax reform . and to' secure to the people of Tenn essee.a fair and equitable assess ment of all property and .to see V i tea of. n :ttend iville, rt ,:rf.. W.-- E. .'Lnmfev ciit andhis able i'- menisiven were. A .. I',' ' -a j sprve mucn creuit - and nnpits. The " j: ag, full tft jr"Cit .asureof , see ns" Dr. JL; (V. ,J. ' . r-r .n, Urs. .T. Gilliar.i,' V? - tou, ' LJtss GUddfeLVry, T. II lleeks, Harrison flt by, II; II. Thite, Geo. fuskjc. P, Layne, Vv M. C ' :-,r'Rufa'WooVen j II. Ti, -i If. "Coppinjter, J:n. Cc ;7". S- Walker, Ilrr. w. S. v Ue.. Mrs Lawl! r over Cow jr.' The entciit , ;ere ,allv9v '.adh'U-J th: ;,gthem;bff(. ; 5 V s ,uvvfitvaua,js mijs year are as f ul I6vs. ' ' , j ssc3 ila"ch4; Sto'ue, , ' Bessie IU Z. mil fir Foster' tiler.-fief-al' p- ?Mnto the' high Sc rad 3 ir, riarvia Drawn,. X ' t", measure. J(,!.-i .f rn:.s; cara ?Ji8 rf yiiLS&, and labor, .-"OTe efficiency of traffic yiKt&prtonS 't,ie most L. C, SheltoDS deBt raethod w.-, n. warren, W dlM Theif I M " liAIlM I All ' 7 . HJ. - - r' , ' t Hcn-lV " --it. Publication: , xo, 1-WJ. . . M r.cutt, eUl, '. Kelly; et als ; v.z;ry court at Alta- Tennrsiee. Iiillie GooA ' " ; ;i. i tJchols, spent Ut. t ' i : with Mr. and Mrp Vanei. - ter Saturu Henry Alexander, w. c. Aber nathy, T. B'. Roddy, John P. Wright, Jeff D;. Fults, Thos. M. Lockhart,' C. II. Garner, Thos. J. King, Mrs. Sol. Schearer, Mrs. K. W, Wepf, Miss Jessie Ilarley, Mrs. c. w. Hembree, Miss Mable Roddy, Mrs. Ed Robertson, Mrs. T. J. Cricfc, A. C. Alexander, Martin Mkrugg, Carl Roberts, Steve Sanders, Robt. Mcnonnold, L. J. Cox, R. T. Myers, Jeff wiley, Geo. Boyd. Baptist Church C. A. Lddd,' who formerally re sided heie will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday, and will be glad to gee hisfriends out on both the morning and evening services. An excellant young man just entering the ministry will accompany him here and will likely address the people at one service. . The meeting may be continued for a few days or thoughout the week. Every body is cordially invited. Mrs. Frank Warren, and child ren, of Coalmont, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. - Miss Louise Dykes, of Coal mont, attended th closing exer cises at the Shook School here Mrr ' it, yr-ii 5 """J warren, Vr rr,. . I ,r4;."Mr' ?,v r-.. or"loc' Imt. WU resident of lh LockhtrV Mrs. Prate S8tJ',Bne8?ee anl teeU Illinois, so that the ordinary pro cess of law cannot be 6erved up on him t it -is therefore ordered that publication be made - for fmir successive weeks in.1 Mrs. Gruudy, a weekly news-paper published at Tracy City, Grundy; Countvi Tennt giving notice to the saia non-resident, Geo. T.- V II i' t . jveny, to appear before,: the un dersigned, at his oftlce ir the Courthouse in Altamont Tenn. on, or before the first Monday in July next, the same being a Role day of said Court, and make de fense to Complaiant's bill, other wise the allegaitin3 in the bill will be taken as confessed as to him, and the cause proceed, Ex parte; The said Deft. Kelly is further notified; that he and lm agents and servants 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 auy monies from crossties, saw logs and any other timbers cut from said land. This May, 18th, 1920. John scruggs, c. &..M.- N L. V. Woodlee,sol. for complts. , NOTICE! All members of the I. O. 0. F. : Lodge are earnestly requested to Se nresent the firaf mooting. - w -wv...p night in June, Business of im portance. N A. C. Alexander, Sec'y.