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VOL. 34 TRACY CITY.Tl 13, AUGUST 26. 1920 No 34 MOTTO "Our .Liberties We Trl jLocai items Esq. W. E. Arbuckle was ia Knoxville a few days, this week. Miss Beulah Hunziker was in Sewanee Sunday. The court house at Tracy City is receiving a new fence around ta ne this week. L. E. Bobo and J. K.'P.'Brown are the contract era in charge. v. Buck Griswold, of Ooalmont, passed through here Saturday enroute to Chattanooga where he has accepted a position. " . E.G. Sheiton,'of Tatesville, passed through here Monday en route to'-'Chattanooga, j , Jno. P. Wright spent the week' end in Chattanooga on busiuess. : Miss Irene. Lboney, of Cowan, is here this week. ' Mike Oonry,of Pvlham was on our streets Mondav. ; ' Mrs. Geo. Oolyar, and son1Geo, of Nashville are visiting JPriends 1 -Mrs. s Coleman- Bratton, of Cowan, was here Monday. - Mr. and Mrs. Will King and children, have returned from Tullahoma." ;. . .-, Claude .Young, and - wife, of Nashville," are here'. . Mr. and Mrs'. T. M Woodward and little daughter Mary left Monday, for Woodbury . where ihey will makejheir future home hlr. and Mr w . -"..tXv.e returned from' Iluutsville, "Ala. ,Miss Esther Campbell was in Cowan Sunday. - - .Messrs; Haskel Tidman Robert Baggenstoss, Haskel Campbell, and :; Jno. Baggenstosa were, in i Cowan Sunday. , , . ' Mr-, and Mrs. Jeff Williams were in Monteagle Sunday. Mrs. Patrick' Riley., and Mrs. White 'Campbell, of Sewanee spent Tuesday with Mrs. R. A. Campbell. . '. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Metcalfe and family, spent ' the week-end in Monteagle. ' Mrs. G. S'. Rogers and little daughter, Bessie, returned to their home Wednesday at Delphia, Tenn.,. after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Hall. Mrs. Cope and daughter, Miss Wilcia were in Palmer Tuesday ' Mrs Ernest Cheek, Eric Wies ener, and children, were in Pal mer one day this week. ; Mrs.Noah Parson and child ren, and Mrs. Marion Tate, of Palmer, were here Thursday. Miss Esta Roberts was in Pal mer last week. - Mrs. Lawrence Layne and Mrs. Jas. Layne of Palmer, were here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Johnson were in Palmer this week. The following spent Friday in Monteagie attending the Band concert, Mr. and Mrs. E. AV. Cheek and children, E. B. Wies ener and children, and Mrs. Matt (ope and daughter, Wilcia, Miss Maud Berry. Spectacles, we have .'em, - all kinds to fit all. Call and see our ,. ...... .... ... y line. City Drug Store.' E. B. Wisener and children, of Memphis, are spending; the week -with the' family of E. ' W. Cheek and J. W. Berry. . ; Dan Sitz wife, and children, returned ; home after a visit to relatives at Beersdeba Springs ". Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Hembree, s and family, returned home Mon day after - a .few days spent-rat Beersheba springs. ; Misses Rosa and Leaner Meyer, returned to their home Friday at Chattanooga after a Visit, to Mrs Victor Flury. v An . Informal Dinner " was given last Thursday night by f Miss Berry at her home. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. G. ,C. Humphrey and chidren, Kathleen, Dorthy, and llarley of MiMen, Ga., Mrs. H. 0. Hartman, of Loraine, Ohio. Mrs. G. B. Alder, of Chattanooga, E. B. Wiesener and children, Erich Alice, and Carl of Memphis, Jes sie, and Randal jHarley; Mr.' and Mrs, E. Wf Cheek and sons,' John Wilson, and James. Mr. and Mrs; AT. . children, W. B. ,T Annie Laurie, c! . Elizabeth Oowar . Mr. and Mrs. To: ' Lucile and LiU Cowan, aud Albe. Escaped Le::!. . been.m . .mold and Joe miller, herd; Mis. ;invillelll, rch, Misses tlacrch of sborne. Bremen acyity, Mrs., Joe' t): tained with a t "Gowan: Unzhes enter dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday of, her husband, and father, Mr. J. N Crick of Tracy City, a tempting three course dinner was served. The guest3 list iucIuded:;Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Crick and daugh ter, Miss Corrine of Tracy City, Two large ia prrv j-tion gentle men wearing a bi;: r ;d Vose who are supposed , . to f be quorum breakers to presort the ratifi cation df Woman V Suffrage; in the Legislature wqu in our city a few days this weenroute to Beersheba Springs where they will reside until t?;:V Legislature ends its Special S;eion which Was lield to pasyihe' Womans Suflrage Bill. .VF. Would like to have shaken" "T.au .V with these members of tb .:; 3 stature who had enough nervosa go against the wiles of a kcIj' ming woman. The whole So::th lvill do "them honor whereeve :. hey 'go and their names vlf,.!t;? down" as makers of. history n, the South, who. believe in r the unsoiled womanhood of the South, not to be'poluted by few fanatic woman who &:slr$; to cause an upheavel in the South later on. Tracy City Vhys r': . - Dcutb Hoadbr ; ' i "'J' I." ' l' l rilfc:1 ;.i :',.;' " Tracy Cu'V Crack ' baseball aggregation- j played Eastland team a drtuble' header; last Sun day on the latter8 diamond. The firslr game f was won by Eastland by a score of 7. to Tracy-. City won the. second game by a; score of 6 to 3. - Both games were fast and snappy, . 1 . , . Hobbs Hill News Mis9 Uattie Tucker visited her sister Mrs. Bob Nunley at Palmer last week, v " ' Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Organ and baby, Bonelle, .spent Sunday with Mrand Mrs. N. B. Brown of this place. ' Rev. J. m. Efeane, wife, and children, - spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Bean's sister, Mrs. AiDert JNuniey, tney win visit. 0httanooga for a few days before returning to Danville III. miss - Minnie ' Sartain, who is teaching school here spent Satur day and sundav with ho'nefolKs near Clouse Hill. ' ' ' ... 'r . . V . " , I Mrs. Harris Nunley and child ren left for Kentucky where they will visit relatives, Mrs Lizaie Holt attended church last Sunday at Mt. Pleas ant. ' ' : - ' , ' ' Miss Alli'e Tate,' Beersheba 'spring; 'is visiting her sister here Mrs. Edgar Gross. ' ' Mr; and Mrs. Albert Nunley have returned from Chattanooga where they have been with their little daughter' Agness,, who underwent a successful operation for tonsilitis. she is improving nicely. ' ; RevJ Harper from Tullahoma and Rev. Thoinas of Palmer are conducting-a' meeting at, this place, - - ' " ,- " here under the 'management Hf Mrs. Ella Ess man . and vMis9 Minnie sartain. Rev. N. B. Brown was at his brothers It. L. Brown last week. He held services in ; that com munity last Sunday. Mrs. Lelia McGee stopped over a day or two with her aunt Mrs, Lillie Gross' of - this placed after which sheefcurned to here home atvTellico Plains. v Miss Mildred Geary of South Pitsburg is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and mrs. w, E. Nunley. ' . - . ' mr. John L. Tate, of Palmer, was Jiere last week, v " Miss Louise Tucker was in Palmer one day last week. y ' Confederate Veteran . Dies ' Uncle Bill Hatfield, an aged citizen of this place',-died last Wednesday night at the advanced age of 74 years Mr,' Hatfield was a Confederate soldier during the Civil war. The , deceased 1 was widely known in thi9 and .adjoin- ng counties. Burial-will be in the City Cemetery Friday. . "Rat-Snap Beats the Trap Ever" Made'' Mrs. Emily Shaws Savs "My husband bought $2 -trap I bought a COc box of RAT-SNAP The trap only cought 3 Vats but Kiiu js,in a weeK. 1 1 m n'e ver w i tlK-out RAT-SN A P: Keckon ,,couklnTt raise chicks 1 .without it," (, RAT-SNA P comes" iu cakes Three size's, 35c, 65c and" $1.23 Sold and guaranteed ".by Dorris Cheek aud . the ; New". Jiork btores Tracy City rTenn., Mr. and Mrs. "J., M. Fuston i-.:vUx.."liv:uiJh:, ari vrs'ftingW -sister Mrs. A. T. Arnold. ': ' , ' . mrs. Jim Bell, of Murfreesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence mason and Mrs. Joe Stevens of woodburv, spent the week with mrs. A. t. Arnold. rap i mm Iff 1 Mtrntmrn. Greatest , of all Closing out Sales now in PROGRESS, Will continue for several days longer. Final clean Sweep on our en tire line; .Everthing Must Go. Lots of people from Tracy City and vi cinity have taken advantage of this great price slashing opportunity. We still have on hand a wonderful selection for you to pick from. Royal Society Package Goods 1-3 off . Georgette Blouses 1-3 off One lot Woolen Sweaters 1-2 Price Silk Hosiery 20 to 25 per cent off '' : Infants Wear 25 per cent off Don't let this great opportunity slip by as it means an extraordinary saving for you. Come early for best choice. Nothing Exchanged . ' ; All Sales must be final AstmHyG '"'." French Bazaar Nothing Reserved Monteagle, Tenn.