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merits or they will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has a large and increasing cir culation. ' MRS. URUNDY -A tW acter in Morton's Conaeoty; , "Speed the Plough ".-.Stan-' ard Dictionary. MOTTO "O Liberties Wo Prize; Oar Riffhte we will Maintain." T VOL. 3 TRACY CITY, TENNESSEE. NOV. 11, 1920 No. 45 Sends Us a Possum Homer -Levau, a son, of Isam Levan, of Pelharo, who knows that State Senators and Country Editors are fond of Possums, sent to us this week two very fine possums.; To say that we appreciate them would be use less, for everybody knows that "Possum and Tators're a rare delacy these days as the animals are hard to find; We only wish that ouf friend ' Homer and his father could have heen with us at the feast which waa "fit for the Gods.': We thank you Hcmer, and only wish that we could serve you in anyway for your thoughtfulness. r t . It Costs Too Much To Be Sick Keep Your Blood in Good Con dition and cu -Throw.. Off 'v" Disease ,- Pa? Attention to' Your Health No Need to Take Chances with It. Pepto-Mangan Makes Rich, , I Red Blood When you first feel a tired, all-gone 'feeling and look pale, your blood is losing in quality. .3y akrJmojeribed ;,oody has no power to fight disease. It takes ,red blood to keep you well. If you keep your blood in good condition it will fight oil' disease. You will not be such an easy prey to long and expensive sick ness. With thin blood you take chauces every" day. There's no need doing that. You can take Pepto-Mangan and build up rich, red blood. With red blood you are able to win in the fight against prevailing di seases. Try Pepto-Mengan. It comes in tablet or liquid form. Take either kind. The tablet has the same medicinal value as the liquid. But be sure you get the genuine Pepto-Mangan. Ask for "Gude's" and be sore that the name, Gude's Peptc Mangan," is on the package. ' Advertisement. Burned to Death v A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Downing was burned to death at Whitwell Thursday. The child was standing before an open grate. For Sale Good' work mare, wagon and harness at a sacrifice price. This outfit can be bought for about one half value. See E. O. Fothergill, at Tracy City Garage. Kill Dan Hair Tonic clean ses the scalp and prevents hair falling out. Another Triumph For V The Liberty Motor Army Planes Whiz Over Glaciers and Wooded Wildernesses Ford-built Liberty Motors carried the four Army air-planes which on October 20 completed the 9,000 mile journey from Mitchell Field, Long Island to Nome, Alaska, and return. The fleet was greeted over New York City by a flotilla of forty armv planes which escorted it to Mine ola. The returning planes touched their wheels to earth at 3:15 in the afternoon ; The Alaskan Flying Expedi tion, commanded by Captain St. Clair -Street, undertook the journey to demonstrate the durability of modern airplanes and motors, and to effect the es tablishment of an aepal route to the Northwestern corner of the American Continent and Asia. Such a .route would bring mail from laska to the States in two or three days, whereas the ' pres ent metho I of , transmission re quires thirty days.- .Talk '. -about service, said Cap tain Street. Those "planes and motors sure stood up. Why, the only trouble we had on thentire trip was caused by the worst bit ,of , -weather I've everv flown through or want to fly through. We had everything rain, snow, hail and , feleet, - ejpit f oaf and. in ist. But we kept ri kh t on flying. 1 ; ; "The 230 miles of "IacM-rs we traverse wa u wonderful sight, but there would have been little hope for rescue had we cracked up in that wilderness. Alto gether, it. was 'a roujrh trip. I uever want to fly through such weather again, but .the planes stood it magnificently. Instead of battered hulks, flopping to er.rth after winded flight, they looked brand new. Even the turnbuckle8 were polished and the motors looked as if they had just come off the testing block. We never changed a spark plug. Never a cylinder misled on us the entire trip. The mottors are in as good condition today as when we set out. Before the flight, all the pilots asked for ships equipped with Ford made Liberty motors. Due to the nature of the work which engaged the expedition, the fleet required a period of three months to complete the journey without repairs or re placements, this is believed to be a record for aerial navigation. It will le recalled that during the war, it was generally the practice to overhaul the airplane motors after approximately each twenty hours of flight. This is the second notable event in which Ford Liberty motors have figured prominently the first being the trans-Atlantic jump Of the Ford Liberty equipped N C 4, feat which com manded world-wide interest. Official Returns The oflical County Returns of the recent election isTas follows: For President' ' J 'Cox f; t 745 Harding - j" 447 Debs 1GS Cox majority For Governor I Roberts . 1 J 547 ' Taylor . . ' 000 Taylor's mayjority 298 59 For Railr'd Cora. Welch 018 . Campbell 5l!l Welch's mayjority 105 For Congress ,; $ ' Moon. -h 620 Brown . 505 v Moon's majorfty 91 T. J. King State Senator 737 , E. C. Norvell Representative re ceived " 655 Local Items Herbert Griswold hi Coahuont was in our city Sunqay. A. R. Curtis and : family were in our city Sunday. ; W. R. Curtis and wife of Free mont were here' Sunday. Atty. T.'M. LockVart of Chat tanooga was here tott the week end;'. ''. v :' " rV Jee Irwin spent the1 week end in Cowan and elsewhere. T Misses Dorria; banders and Willie May GarnerLttended the font Ml fAm' ''.-'"': ';"'.v . i ' -l.'- .. Miss Sara Hines was in attend- ance at the football game at Sewanee Saturday. r Mrs. I. B. Isam - of .Nasbvilte was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Wilkinson for the week-end. Misses Marguerite Crick, and Theona Morgan were in Sewanee Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwoon, and daughter, have returned from Detroit Mich, where they have been spending the. summer. Judge Fra-jk L. Lynch, tho "sho nufl'" Democratof Franklin Co., was in our city the first of the week. The Judge says every thing in 'Franklin County -still goe s Democratic. Stad Myers, of baseball fame, who has been playing with the Palmer team this year was in our city this week. Hon. L. V. Woodlee, of Alta mont, is in our city thia week attending Chancery Court. The many friends of Frank Nnnlev are, e-lad to learn that, I a is recovering from an attack of fever. He is at present at the Hospital at Sewanee. Kill Dan Hair Tonic clean- aca iuc ovu.p ..u y.ccuta litui n.tn fl .mnln nn.l 1MAf-A tailing out. Mrs. Jennie Brookman and children, and mother left Thurs day for Whitwell where they will attend the funeral and bur ial of her brother's child, who was burned to death Thursday before an open grate. Grundy County to be .Well Represented Grundy County .will be well represented in the next meeting of the Tennessee Legislature' as we will have two. State Sena tor Thos. King will represent us in the Senate und Mr. K. C. Norvell will represent us in the House, and yon can bet we will be well represented too , as both of these gentlemen are men of sterling worth and will only vote for laws that will be beneficial to the communities that they will represent. Both are men of ability and were accorded the honor of being chosen by their respective parties with out opposition, which shows Irow they stand with the citizenship of their respective districts. We predict some good laws that will be passed at the next meet ing of the Legislature. Saved His , Horse Mr. R. L. Mclntyre, of Altoona, Ala., says : "Dr. LeGear's A n tisepticTlealing Powder quickly healed some bad wire cuts on my horse. I defy any stranger to find the slightest scar on him. Dr. LeGear's Advice and Remedy saved this valuable Animal. He warns vou not to leave a wound, scar or cut exposed, but to dust on Dr. LeGear's Antiseptic Dealing Powder, which instantly forni9 ...aA'.!3t,!eti ..protection i and promotes uiey t!i'va;; Jre luijr r i,,0 " rr, ,J vrinrv Practice and Expert Poultry Breeding, Dr. LeGear lias com pounded a remedy for every curable ailment of stock or poul try. Whenever they require a remedy, it will pay you, as it did Mr. Mclntyre, to purchase from your dealer the proper Dr. Le Gear Remedy, on a satisfaction or money back guarantee. Graham or Whole Wheat Bread 1 cake compressed yeast 1 cup scalded milK 1 cup lukewarm water 1 teaspoonful salt 4 tablespoonfuls light brown sugar or molasses 2 tablespoonfuls shortening 4 cups graham :r whole wheat (lour 1 cup sifted white flour Dissolve yeast and sugar (or molasses) in the lukewarm liquid ; add shortening ami salt; then add flour enough to make a idou t,iat ca be ladled, Knead t,,orl' bei,1S eure to keP dough soft. Cover and set aside j in a warm place to rise. When ! double in bulk turn out on a kneat,n,, board ttlld IllOllld into loaves and place in well greased pans, cover and set to rise again. Bake one hour in a slower oven than for white bread. Kill Dan Hair Tonic clean ses the scalp and prevents hair falling out. i ' Aviation Field T for- Tracy Gity M. Marugg, Mr. Jones, Mr.-S Werner and others have inter, ested themselves in tho pre-' peration of a landing for Airo planes at this place, and tho old, ball park and adjacent lands have been selected for this pur pose, where work in clearing is now going; on. ihtsisa public spirit move on the part of those -mentioned and others of our citizen should contribute to the, movement, by either. 1 money or labor. The! airoplane has come to stayi" and they are becoming more numerous and more servic-" aMe each day, and when tho field for lauding is completed in Tracy City,' or soon thereafter, their presence in our town will be" common. , ' Those who are willing to 'Ao- nate either vork or money to A 1 1 M it t consult Mr. ..Marugg, Jones or Werner, who-will advise what you can do helpful, it the matter, ' Grundy Coiinty Still 'Democratic From the recent County returns in another column it -an be seen that Grundy County is still Democratic i v a good majority. J'c wHtet o y the Dej n or rj. t'i c ticket carried in this county wiV if the exception of Gov. A." H. Roberts who was only defeated by 59. Hurrah for Grun ly County anyway if we did lose the rest of the State. Died A fmall child of'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, who lives at Camp Foor was brought here for burial Friday, who- died Thursday night. Funeral ser vices were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shep Parson. Chancery Court Chancery Court is in session here this week with Chancellor, T. L. Stewart presiding. . Kill Dan Hair Tonic clean" ses the scalp and prevents hair falling out. Jones boys Go In For Aviation. Rucker and Basil Jones.left for Chattanooga a short time ago where they will be connected with the Southern Flying (.to. A plane from this company maden landing here last week but found the field not well suited so the people who are interested ure having the ball park made larger and a good landing field will soon be a part of Tracy Citv.