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merits or they will not be a ccepted. : Mrs, Grundy has a large and increasing cir culation. MRS. GUUJSDVA char- n At Morton's Ccn.ed. 'Speed tiie P.'oih ",-Stan- ard Dictionary. - ,. ... MOTTO "O Liberties We Pr Iliarhta we will Maintain." VOL. 34 TBACY CITY, TlZ No. 02 - r. ." " i ' 1 .. " ' ' .' -' , tj- Receives First Letter By Airopiane - Mrs. Belle Oakley received last Sunday evening the first letter by airopiane that was ever received in Tracy; The letter was only 85 minutes in transportation from Chattanooga, and was from her sister, Mrs. Lillie Oastleberryr-of Chatta nooga. . . - Everybody Has a Good ; - Time Christmas Everybody in Tracy City and Grundy County, from all reports seemed like they enjoyed them selves - this Christmas. There were numerous Christmas trees at the different churches in the county on Christmas eve and all the children received nice gifts. The Big Brothers were busy and they saw to it that all the unfrrt unate were well looked after, leaving them big baskets of good things. The little bovs this year had their fire crackers and Ro man handles for the first time in two years and - this made it seem more- like Christmas. Some of the boys wore there straw hats to the Christmas tree as usual. On Christmas day a -large airpiaue muueu at me avia tion field and some of our citizens enjoyed the sensation of an air- . nL iwi'virla tliia tioimr ' ttjp first time an- nirplatte took- aa -ait-' gers here. No "disorder, of any kind was ; noticeable here on rhriftfmns duv " and no drunks recor ed which speaks well for our county. - Anyway it was a glorious Christmas long to be re memlered, Wedding Bells Ring in Tracy The first wedding of the season to occur in Tracy City was that of Miis Charlotte Merritt, who became the wife of Mr. Joe Riley last Wednesday afternoon. This event was solumnized at the home of the ! bride's father, Mr. A. B. Merritt. in .the pres ence of a few of the many friends of the contracting parties. Uev. C. A. Ladd, of the Baptist Church officiated. . Mrs. Riley is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Merritt, of this city, and is an accomplished young lady, she having taught school in this county for several years. Mr. Riley is well known here and at Sewanee. and ' is an energetic business man. The couple will make their future home in Coalmont where the groom is an -employee .of the Sewanee Fuel & Iron Co." " Taken Up. One 2 or 3 year- old heifer, with crop of , right ear and straight split in same, also split in left. Color black with yellow nose. Owner ran have same by calling on me - and paying for this ad and feed. ' ; - Dick Meeks. Tnrnl H'VJTnlnrtQ S. Ransey and family of LOCai MningS cliattanoo,rat 8,)enfc Christmas Geo. ThorojrooJ-1 Jr. of War-' with the family of Levi Sitz. , spent tU 4.: in the city i, ' T. - ' T, . '.; v , ".i.1 trace with friends. Mr. and Mrs.T. Christmas time City. Mr. and Mrs'' were spending holidays with ents in- .Marfr: i wtieiu aim iiiKa4hville It Welch were "rs in irary tt Roberts Christmas Roberts v par are being Announces : received here cf 4 marriageyf Mr. James Furgel , former' vVf Tracy I'ity; to Ml j . ?a Robretch, oi jDeigium. 1 1 weuningot this voung coupk ,ork on Dec. J culmination of a had . its incef recent war... "uredin New .This is the fiance twhicli 'during-..' the. 'ill' - A . niouncement was issued in bot Belgirim and English. Ellec day Mr. andIrs' be at home'ifTllt Rev Clarance I the Cliristian - O, nnied by' Mrs, children," visitc home at Levisl;u:( The church wr. absence of the l for by Mr. Karl P Johnny Ilube, I his term of enlis' armv on the &' Christmas 'urgeson will 'lpiHon, Kan. uk, pastor of cli,' accomp k and v their heir former i ue past week, during the or, was cared on. ' has finished tit with the '.sin border, , londay. Mpnteagle w? re the guests 6f Mr. And Mrs. adolbh Anderson Christ mas day.--'' ; ;;.." " '' Miss Dola Uainhy is the gtiest of friends in Chattanooga this week', ' . Richard Ingram of Manchester K was a visitor here-during the illolidays. - Rich always comes up on the mountain about hqliday times. . Roy Brookman of Akron, Ohio is spending 'a' few days here,, ' Mrs, Forrest Parmley and Mrs. Ed Ross of Palmer were here last week havingDr, Sjfone do some dintal work for tliem," ' , .'Ernie and Sarnie Werner who have, been ' attending; ..college spent the holidays , with home-i folks. , - - ' . Jack Tidman who: has been attending college at Castle' Ilei ght spent the holidays , with homefolks. ' . ' i . -. V . .-. v..i (. - ' '-.'' '' Miss Irene Oonry of Mnfiees horo spent the-' holidays with homefolks. 4 j, Marvinand Joe home this week, (ion y are at - . - ..v Mr. and Mrs. Carl-Roberts and .1 1. A. V. 1 last week. Mrs.' Jno. P. Wrightkvfa.s Tullahoma last week. AUbert Stoker, of Cruel, was in to see us last week an. renewed for his paper, as well as his brothers. The Stoker Bros... never forget when a year rolls iirnund. for wluYh fhfv Iipi our thanks. Mrs. Mary Pocus is visiting her daughter, Mrs." W. S.. Caw thon, in Tullahoma this week. ( IT 1 J f "II ctam dciuogasy, ,ot umuerton, Ky., was in our 'city u few; days this week., Mai. ScholfieM wife and babv.' of Sewanee, were the guests, rf Dr. Uayes during the holidays t Joe Ilemleyand wife, of Indi aua, were the guests of Jno! Hen ley and family at Pryor Ridge; ,. ,. 1 J . 1 -" - Miss Nellie Sanders of Palmer, was the guest of friends here this weejt. Dr. J. 0. Stone has returned home after a few days stay in Tullahoma, Jno. P.. Henley and wife, of EltlnradoT III., spent the holidays with homefolks. , ; Tracy City Boys ' i . Christmas day from Chattanooga Prominent relham incharge of an expert mechanic, People ed j an( mmediately took uppassen , gers.1 Ernie Werner v was the Miss Clara Brashaer and Mr. ; fir8t one to take a flight in same Henry White were united in r and 8aid H eniove( ,t im,neU8elv - - 0 arrived in the cili Mr. Gordon Noku- r,f 1 was h.erxTlJv?.'- I Miss Grace Lassater, of Hills boro, is a visitor at the home of n , , r , . ' " - Billy Smith, ; formerly and BasilJonesandJohnieBaggen--offjcer fln4 wel Rnown came in from Palmer last week ; and spent ; Christmas, with his daughter, Mi s. Ashley' Brown. Dr. J, D, Rust, of Macon, 3a., had returned to that city after spending the Christmas holidays with home folks. ..; - Jelf D. Fults Chester on legal week. wa n hiiainf" Win- stoss have purchased a large air plane, and v i II keep same in the near future at the Tracy City aviation field. The plane arrived marriage last .Saturday 'evening at the home'of the bride's father Esq. J. Q, Brashaer, Rev. Tucker officiating; These young people are prominent in society circles in Pelhara and have ja host of friends who join in. with con gratulations. ; . v, ; Pay your, County .Taxes as Mr. ileoley, Trustee is ready to re ceive same, ;'.'.. :.' Mr. Preston Lunsford was the next one to take the trip and went up about 1200 feet and en joyed it. C. R. Stevens, Alvin Henderson, Bruce Jowry, 'Pete Bailey and good many others took a trip in same all reporting a nice time. ' ' '.' KillPan Hair Tonic clean ses the scalp and prevents hair falling out. We Appr 'eciate The bounteous trade given us during the holidays as well as all year and wish to thank you all. May a happy and prosperous New Year be yours is our wish; Shngley and Baxter Hampton, of Ohio Michigan and Mrs. Leonard NunIey, of Bellville, III.; spent .Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hampton. . Mrs. Laura Cfick, accompanied by her son, Newman, are visiting in the city. f W. L. Cooper, of Gruetli,. was the guest of W. O. Abernathy Christmas day. ' 'Robt Morgan-of AVhitwell, an old Tracy City boy, -was here to spend Christmas with his father G. W, Morgan. F. R. Harris bookkeeper for the Sewanee Fuel & Iron Co., was in our city this week. . Miss Cora Hamby, of Murfrees- i boro, was the guest of homefolks during the holidays. w Harry L; Gregg of Patton, Pa., orders Mrs Grundy sent to him for a year. Mr. Gregg . was at one time a resident of this.place, couuected with the T. 0, 0. Co., in the capacity of engineer. ' Administrators Notice v Hvini; Jien appointed A- ; Lr" '.,!'. ..... .... . .- v . ...?...r . . a . - .... A . I . . .t ' .a . ... . .., . ; .jnint.r-rinrr jjip iiTare xwe ' MTss"Bettye "Petty e f Va "itt .f h 'VergiiMjiitMeeasedt'at' pleasant holiday vacation, . vvi II thn'-faf term of tlv- Chaocery resume ner scmoi at oaimont vmurr, n iiiceis n eiv given to parties havinir personal property belpngiusr to said .estate to de- Miss lois $Iearn, of Cullman, Ala., 8pent ; the week with her sister, Mrs. Jeff Williams.- We are strengthened bvthe prosperity of 1920. We are fed upon joys 'and abunde nces p a happy Christmas time. ; And now' with hearts full of hope and heads ful' of schemes, we can tackle 1921 with a fair chance to win. ' Dr. W. 0. Barnes and wife, left last week for Washington, D. C. where they will spend the holidays. All of the children of DrBarne8 are in Washington now, and they will hold a family reunion. Mrs. Lizzie Holt left last week for, Eldorado, III., where - she wilt make her future home." liver same into my hands at once, 'and ' all parties ' having claims against said estate are hereby, warned to, file same duly authenticated according to, law, or the same will be barred. ' , This Dec. 30th." 1920. A0. Alexander. " Administrator. Kills Oklahoma Indian Word was received here last week that Bill Metcalf and eon, had killed an Indian in a diffi culty at Bartlesville, Okla. Metcalf at one time resided at this place; For the business given us the past year and will strive to please you the coming year. We wish you a happy and prosper ous New year. E. C Norvell Co.