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merits or they will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has a large and increasing circulation.' MKS. GUUMJY -A dar after in Morton's Coniedy. "Speed tlie Plough". Stan ard Dictionary. No. 9 MOTTO 0 Liberties We Prizo1, Our Ilifirhta we will Maintain." VOL. 35 TRACY CITY, TENHES8EE, MARCH 4. 1M1 Local Happenings Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Haggard, of Olarksville, were visiting rela tives here recently. W. K. Walker was in Nash ville this week. i W. B; Roddy was in Nashville during the Annual Trade Festi val of the Nashville 'Manufact ures and Jobbers Association. Richard Ingram, of Palmer, spent Sunday with relatives here. J. W. Judd, of Chattanpoga, was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. ' Roddy were in Chattanooga last week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Stevens and baby have returned from Finley Ohio. Mrs. Joe Riley of Sewanee visited her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. B. Merritt this week. Ernest McOulIaugh of Cin cinnati, Ohio, is here on a visit to homefolks. G. M. Thorogood of Wartrace was seeing old friends here this week. Miss Anna Johnson Owens of White Springs was here Wednes day. Misses Ida Smith, vMabel Rod dy,,Corine Crick and Mary Ellen Hembree, attended the Sunday School "'- Teachers Institute at - tj - . Rev.' B. ' T. Lannom was in Lewisburg, list week. v Mrs. F. F. McDowell, and Mrs. Robt. Haskins were in Coalmont Wednesday R. B. Roberts is again able to be out after an illness of several months His many friends are glad to see him improving. Ernest Cantrell was in Nash ville Wednesday. Davidson's Liquid Waxene A cleaning wax spray and polisher, which renews and pre serves the finish, and gives a longer life to paint and varnish. Will save its cost many times over. Unexcelled tor floors,' Auto's, Furniture, Bronze, Lino leums, Pianos etc. Phone 161 Miss Jeanette White is visit ing relatives in New York, City. Your Liver UCU Up 111 the Spring you have that tired feel ing. Old Indian Tonic will give you relief. It has been said that an osteo path in- Washington, D. C, cured a prominent Australian lec turer and literary man of blind ness in a series of treatments lasting three days. Found Dead In Woods Uncle Bill Henley, of Mont eagle, was found dead in the woods last Sunday evening by a searching party who had organ ized to look for him, as he had been missing ' for about three weeks. UnclevBill mysteriously disappeared, and as he was known to have had some money on him,' it was thought that he had met with foul play. On the finding of the body near 'Mont eagle it was found that he had met with foul play as his head was cruslied and an ax was found near his body with blood on same. A Coroner Jury was em paneled and reached a Verdict that he came to his death at the hands of unknown party or par ties. Every effort is being made to locate the guilty party or par ties and it is thought that they will soon Se apprehended. This is perhaps one of the most hen ious crimes that was ever perpe tracted in this section, as Uncle Bill was an old man, 84 years old,' and was never known to do anyone any ! arm. Robbery was the supposed v purpose of those who done this dastardly crime. The body was almost un recognizbfe aR the fae of the 'deceased had been mutil ted by varmits He was found by Aunt Kit Meeks and a search ' party who -had gone to look for him. A u nt Kit is a f ortu ne teller and has located several people who have strayed off into the woods and has always told where they would ' find them. The deceased was hurried Tues day at Monteagle. Circuit. Court To Meet Here Circuit Court will meet at Altamont next Monday and at Tracy City on next Thursday. Let all who have been summoned be sure and be present. GENUINE M DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for 10c Protection Against Annual Shortage of Motor Cars "History irepeating itself in the automobile business,"- says, 0. II. Stevens local dealer in Chevrolet passenger and com meicial cars', if "Every Spring " there is in creased demand for motor cars, A shortage results, Usually are not enough to go fcround. The purchaser who plarts to buy one type of tear must 'often change his choice or suffer, a lon wait for delivery., ,' . "This same condition will be true this year. And those with common sense ar profiting by previous experience to avoid inconvenience to. themselves. No matter when they expect to take delivery of their cars, they are placing orders how so as to be sure of what they want when they want it. "The manufacturer cannot tell just what kind of car .you want and just when you will decide. He cannot give you complete, intelligent and satis fying service until you tell him. "So he produces a conservative number of cars and then bases further manufacture on orders that begin t come in. Whether you get yours in the first or the second class is up to you. i "ih'8 seasons models are now weil -etabliied. ties have been, tested ated in service. ) You have heard what vour neighbors have to say about them. There wi 1 be no changes in the next few months. , ; "There is time to inspect them now and to chose at leisure. And your choice now will protect vou from the effects of the annual Spring shortage of automobiles." In Memorium of Wal ter M. Woodlee March 2,1886. February 27, 1020. "When a good man dies For years beyond our Ken The light he leaves behind lies Along the paths of men" Longfellow So sorrow is heaviest jn beginning. The sense of him the loss when a loved one is taken in creases as the months and years go by rather than grows less, but in time it becomes a sacred pos session and not something to shrink from a softened and a glorified light to shine upon the A-ay. , A forceful and magnetic personality, a warmhearted friend, a lovable man, a genius among men, he added to the sum of human joy, and were every one to whom he did some loving service, to bring a blos som to his grave, he would sleep tonight beneath a Wilder ness of Mowers. Sweet Memory Keep You ever near me, tho you died one year ago today. Written by his wife, Mrs. Jennie Woodlee. Sheriff Captures 6 Quarts Sheriff Ike Sartain captured 0 quarts of whiskey last Sunday in a caboose on the N. 0. &. St. L. By. track at this place. So far no claimant has applied for these goods, and the Sheriff is holding same. Before Spring Comes, Tone Up Your Blood Your Blood Needs the Help of Glide's Pepto-Maniiau in Springtime to Overcome Drowsy, Listless Feelings Called "Spring Fever" Pale Faces Caused by Bad Blood That Tired, All-Gone Feeling a Danger Signal That Your Blood Needs This Splendid Spring Tonic The blood that courses through your body iu the arteries and veins is of ihe most vital im portance to the healthy life of the body The little red corpus cles are what carry life to the millions of cells that make up your body. The blood is also the vehicle that carries away most, if not all, of the waste products. .jj : Springtime is the season when f n - i autthS"bodr adjusts itself from- the I . "-i , iurui wiuuri tu uio ucai w summer. You notice how much sickness there is in tho Spirng? Perhaps there are weeks when you feel drowsy and listless,' and you call it "Spring Fever." It is really your blood that has be - come weak and thin and it needs help. , Take that good tonicGude's I'epto-Mangan. It will give the red corpuscles in your blood new power to carry fresh oxygen to die cells all over the body. the dangers of lax moral stand You'll notice a change, for the ards and the result of uncontroll better in a few days. It brings ed pur8Ujt8 of pleasure. And the color back to palo faces and hjstory has the reputation of lifts you out of tired, all-gone repeatjng. If we are to establish feelings so that you enjoy full the former attitude of mutual vlor' respect and social restraint Spring is the time for a good 1 between young men and women blood tonic. Take Glide's Pep-1 jt ig time for parents to assert to-Mangan so that you can enjoy I themselves. Boys and frirls have the most beautiful season of the potten out 0f hand largely be year. Get it at your druggist's, cailse parent8 have been letting but be sure it is the geuuine, , down ti,e' imrs too far and allow with"Gude's Pepto-Mangan" J ing thejr children too- much printed on the package. It is sold in both '1 ablet and liquid form. They have exactly the same medicinal value. Advertisement. Purchases Hayes Property Mr. Jno. W. Berry has pur chased the beautiful home of the late Dr. Haves, and will move into same at an early date. This is one of the most desirable j homes in town, and the con-1 sideration paid for same was up! ! in the thousand!?. Listen! The Young Peo ple's Association wants you to join them. When Sunday night-6 30: p. m. Where-"Metb-dist church. Why-your help is needed. Come Have Moral Standards Changed The boys and girls of today seem to be jazz mad. The pur suit of pleasure has become a wild race with all restrictions removed, foy rides with much promiscuous kissing and hugging are common. ' Vamping is the most popular indoor and outdoor sport. Girls in their teens make up like movie queens and wear clothes as short at both extremi ties as the law will allow. Boys fifteen take girls of j twelve and thirteen to theatre parties. Girls of twelve give luncheons I ttt ciUD8 go to '.'slumber?' parties : n,i i.n mnt -Af h nict C" .." . , Ranees are mostly tiuggmg matches and exercise the arms and shoulders more than the feet. Corsets are . either not donned at all or not parked in dressing rooms. : Modesty and . self respect are out of date. Pleasure is the end soughfoind all means to gain the end are employed. j But is pleasure the ultimate j end? Can the whirlwind safely be iVnore(l? History records freedom. We do not need blue laws, but we do need to have common sense and decency and modesty and self respect rein stated in their proper places in the estimation of the people generally and the boys and girls iu particular. Denver Times. Lecture Well Attended The Lecture given by the ; Lyceum Course and delivered by Dr. Sears was well attended last Tuesday night. The Dr. Lecture was well enjoyed by all present.