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- ,MIjJpiw , -- --jfv-.f? ---- r Advertisements must have merits or they will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has a large and "increasing cir culation. MRS. GHPNDr-.-A.oh-r. acter in Morton's Gomeuy. , "Speel the, Ploughs-Stan- ard Dictionary, MOTTO "Our Liberties We Prize; Our Kiarhts we will Maintain.- V VOL. 34 TRACY Cn?Y TENNESSEE, SEPT. 9. 1920 No 3 - ' Bound Over To Court Masslueeting .At pourt House 4M riA i n ':i i if !' ..V" The Marvins Chapel Base Ball Club As Below L. L. Lusk, catcher. U, S. Winton, and G. Sain, pitchers. V. E. McGee, First baseman. E. J. Lusk. Second baseman. B. L. Winton, 3rd. baseman. 0. W. Lusk, Short stop. M. D. Winton, Center field. Z. Z. Griswold, R. field. 0. E. Woot- ou, left field. R. A. Lusk, catch er, and manager. . The Marvins boys so far this season havent lost any -games after a hard nine inning with the Viola .Club, Saturday Aug. 28th. they won 8 to 5. , And these boys are knowu to be good hitters aud, base, stealers. We will Challenge any Base , -Ball Club in Grundy Co., for a nine inning game that will meet . us on the Altamont Ball ground Saturday Sept. the 11th. Capt. A. D. Hargis and son, Gus, attended the funeral of .Capt. Jno. Gunter at Bridgeport, . A1m Wednesday. K . ' Saturday Sept 11th SHOW (F SUPREMELY li STUPENDOUS SURPRISES EVERy ACT A FEATURE EVERY FEATURE A THRILL! 25 Famous Funny Clowns A PEERLESS PROGRAM ol PRE-EMINENT PERFORMERS one: mile: of MAGNIFICENT . PARADE DAILY NOON DAY OF SHOW. rerffermances AKtrnooa & Night Admission, Adults 60c All Children under 12 30c JWar Tax Included V "v:..r". Go J, D. Jenkins, (Col.) was arrested last Monday 'evening by Deputy sheriff Elzie Brazill charged with-burgarly. It seems like Jenkins or some one had en tered the home of II K. Moore at Coalmout and demanded money of him and Mr. Moore told,-them where his pocket book was, then two white fellows, who were as sisting Jenkins, tied him and wanted to know where he kept the money that he received from funning the Theater at Coal mont, (Mr Moore haying charge of same) Mr. Moore not wishing to have any more trouble told them where1 the money was and this the robbers received and leaving him tied hiked off. The next day the pocket hook was found in Jenkins home, or rather part of it, as the parties had tried to burn it up bub fail ed. The preliminary trial was held Tuesday at the Court House at Tracy City before Esq's. W. J. Jossi and John P. 1 "Wright, and Jenkins was bounds over to Circuit Court to await the action of the grand jury, - It is thought that the'two white, men will be arrested in a few days as the officers - think they know who they are. - ' ". 1'. rju 3iU!,..i uu'a few days in Nashville last week; on busi ness. . r' ' t'harlie Wiite wa'sin Tatesville Sunday.-."" . Allen Echols'speht a few days in Chattanooga last veek, ; Mrs. J. I: Grooms passed through Pelham Monday going to visit her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Laxon, at Providence Several of the Pelham citizens attended the Winchester Fair last Thursday all reported a nice time. Eston Buiden Uft Tuesday for Tullahoma where he will enter in school. ' J. U. summers and family, of Christiana, are visiting relatives here. " Mrs. Bessie White, who has been visiting relatives at Hills boro has returned home.1 Dave Wilson was in Freemont Monday." . Johnie Burnette and'H. E. White were in Decherd Monday. Misses Alma and Esther Bras hear,' who are teaching, school near Manchester spent the week end at home. Found Lost Umbrella on Depot plat form. Owner can have same by calling on Esq. W. E. Arbuckle and paying for this ad. 1 ' . V' "" " . " ' " i i i ... . ... ' i Jjt : : ' . - v : - - ' . ' .' - , II ' lJ 1 - . j . i - :-: ! " I ' ' i - t -, . t r . . j i.i. ' ' ' ' f " E, C. NORVELL Of Tracy Citv;Tenn., a Member, of the I-Jou: cf Representatiyps. vKb" vctcd,the eenlinenis ci 1 - people in the recent i'uQac- " t, and c.-:. ed untireingly;t6 fcat tho, isu:an, D.'. AntK amendment. !;lt U , r; x " u " . didn't have -r' re 'x.r Providence s . Mr. and Mrs. iJjen Miaiter, or Hunts'ville -Ala..who have been vwiti'ng.relatives4 here returned Mr and J. W, 5artn sPent few days of last-week in Hnt8 vllle, Ala." ,"'t " . Mrs. Lee and olin Moore, of Texas," a're visitingkeir parents, Mr. and Mrs. b. V. Kowe. - Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Partiu and Mr and Mrs George' Parti n, were the guests of fcr and Mrs B S Partin, of Hillsboro, Sunday. Miss Gertrude L Caldwell was in Decherd shopping one day last week. " R P Henley and family, who has been' visiting relatives in Birmingham, have 'returned home. i, Mr and Mrs J C Laxsoii spent last Saturday night with her parents, Mr and mis J I Grooms. John Partin, of Huntsville, Ala., spent a few days of last week here. Mr and Mrs Nap Cantrell, of Ala.", are the guests of her sister, Mrs M K Clark. Mr and Mrs Harisou Patsrson Miss Emma Patterson, and D R Rose, of this place, attended the Fair at Winchester last Friday. Miss Essie Henley, who is teaching in Paynes Cove, spent the week-end with her father, J O Uenley. can now. "' ' ' -Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fiilts have moved, to Beersheba Springs. ? Pie supper at rrican was just fine,- , lob Fults and Willie llobW, A'ent coon hunting las night.' ' ) ' Miss Stella Fults spent Sun day afternoon with Miss Mary Lou Fults; i ; ' r Sunday School is progressing nicely at Harrican. Lonnie Bess is visiting friends in Tracy this weeji. Herbert Gross and Lewis Fults, spent Tuesday night in Harrican. s Euch Smartt ia on the move this week. ( Miss Annie Brown and Louise Rollins, were in Harrican a few days past. The Harrican boys attended a dance in Northcut's Dove last Saturday night. . Singing at Harrican next Saturday night. ' The Library will be opened at Harrican next Saturday night. The school building will be painted next week by Mr. Lem Fults. Please dont talk about your neighbors if your jaws need exer cise chew gum. Misses Stella Fults .and Irene Parks, were in Altamont last week. A gool Tracy ' Ci j ;y of tho citizens of assembled at the Court Ilou e Friday evening last and pa:::d resojutions coudemfi- 1 '; ing the, action of. Govt A) II. .: Roberts i .d Kenmeth McKellcr . in ti' ' - - force Vomans t'if- '; fnle qu, the people' of 'Tcnnc e'e and 'the action aud methods, em- ployed by; them.' Talks v'ere made-by Jeff.D Vult E.'C,. NorVell, k"K. Btjjio , Prof: -L.m ley and others vrlo wore present, on the Suffrage Iiiiland coudt ' Bng'dl who-voiod ,fo'r Suflrra1 and wlio violated their - .nutli wheivtl;ey voted for Suffrage. ' " . t . , , M , ' v ' " ' w ' ' ' i ' , ; ' .Conryr Adams. , '.Miss Clinton 'Adams and Mr, Lesler'OonVy were jYiarmvU ; ' Monday evening about T:--while enroute back-'l'nie hx'r car.1 f Esq. Jno. T. "glit t." -ciat:jd 'r, ',' Nelson ooten.aod Mr. liar i f r were present -Mrs. Cr"v i t! "i .iidl an- " r I. Dies In Bridgeport,, Ala. Capt; Jno. H. Gunter, died at Baidgeport, Ala., Sept. (Jth, and was hurried the 7th. Capt. Gun ter is well known in Tracy City as he is a kinsman of Capt. A. D. Hargis" and has paid Tracy City several visits. T. J, Anderson and wife, at tended the Winchester Fair last week. Mrs. A. C. Alexander C. R.' Stevens, wife, and baby were in attendance at the Winchester Fair last week. M Spent a $1 oh Rat-Snap and Saved the Price of, a Hog.' James McGuire, famous Hog Raiser of New Jersey saya, "I advise every farmer troubled with rats to use RAT-SNAP. Tried everything to get rid of rats. Spent $1 on RAT-SNAP. Figured rats it, killed, saved the' price of a hog." RAT-SNAP comes in cake" form. No mixing with other food. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes. 85c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Dorros & Cheek and the New York Stcrrs "Jury City When you feel tired, and have that sleepy feeling your liver is put of fix then go to the City Drug Store and get a bottle of old Indian Remedy. 1' -,!