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merits or they will not be accepted. Mrs. Grundy has a large and increasing cir culation. MllS. GKUKDY- A char acter in Morton's Comedy. "Speed tiie PJoifgh'vLstaV ard Dictionary. MOTTO O Liberties We Prized Our Rights we will Maintain.1 VOL. 35. TRACY CITY, TEN VJSSEB, MARCH 24. 1921 No. 12 i Beer sheb a NeWS - Mr. A. M. Harris of Ala., is spending the week-end with homefolks. , , Miss Clara Voodlee of Tracy Oity is visiting friends at Beersheba. Messers, Joe Johnston, Roy Clendenon and Charlie Scott of Steppsville were here Saturday. Miss Irene Thompson Maude and Wilsie Hoffs were here Saturday from Tarlton. Miss Florence Perry' left for Tatesville Saturday. Mr. Harley Clendenon was seen in Panhandle Saturday. Eddy Brown writing. is sick at this Borned to Mr. and Mrs. (Claude Ooppinger a fine baby girl. Mr. and:. MrsWill Tate of Palmer have moved to their place. ', Mr. W, M. Morton ofJMcMmn ville was seen on out streets Saturday. ' ' '--.L Messers Lewis Scruggs Franfc Oreighton, Johny Creighton and Banks Thompson went down on Kollins ftiver fishing Friday night. ; . , . v Everybody is gardening here these -spring (fays'. - Rev. R. Landers preached at Blues Temple Sunday morning. Mr. Luther Brown and eon Paul were in Coalmont Sunday. Mrs W'j BT. Robertson and son; were in Tullahoma Saturday. No cigarette has the same delicious flavor as Lucky Strike. Because Its toasted LUCKY a STRIKE CIGARETTE How about a Flavor! 4 $25.00 Imposing Southern Shorthorn Event Nashville, Chattanooga and St. I.ouis Railway and American Shorthorn Breeders, Assoc iation Promoting Enterprise No announcement in recent years has occasioned so general and sincere interest among Southern Cattle Men as that receutly made of the holding on May lTth, and 18th, probably at Columbia, Tenn., of th South ern Shorthorn Exhibition and Sale. One hundred and twenty five head of the highest class purebred Shorthorn cattle the entire South can produce v ill he shown in a contest for cash prem iums amounting to '4,000.00 and everv animal in the show will he ntl'prpd for sale bv anction to the breeders of the South following the conclusion of the show. The eattlewill be aonsigned by lead ing breeders in the states of Kentucky Tennessef j NortH Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.- The, event will be similar in character to the National Short horn Congress. Show and Sale; held in Chigago, annually in. February and in likmanner will afford Shorthorn Breeders an opportunity io exhibit for prizes and those who wish to pur chase to secure their require ments at reasonable prices. Undoubtedly this undertaking is worthy of the unalloyed sup port of everv Southerner who is interested in tie highest develop ment of the cattle industry in the South, and such support is particularly essential, as jts com plete. -success will determine future similar annual events. The Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis. Railway and the American Shorthorn Breeder's Association are co-operating in the promotion and conduct of the Exhibit .arid Sale, and F. W. Harding Chief Executive of the Association wjll officiate as Judge of the Show. Clean Up The Cemetery The Ladies Memorial "associa tion wishes to ask that those who have lots , in the' Citv Cemetery to clean off same this year as the funds of the association are limited this vear. Let all look after their lots this Spring. . Spring Suit for Look 'em Over L. G. Henderson & Son Tries to Go the Short Route Albert Knox, ti who was ar rested b Sheriff Sartain for desertion from the?U. S. army Monday tried to emj his life by taking carbide. S?ust as the SI erill walked inw the room where he was staving at Free m'ont, Knox grabbed a handful of Carbide and tried to swallow some, but was prevented from doing so by the Sheriff . This makes the. second time Knox has tried to take hist life, having once before shot himself through the side. The Sheriff ca rried him to Oglethorpe Tuesday where he is wanted for de sertion, v Seriously Burned Will Payne was seriously burned about the face lust Mon dayjnorning by a cab of -carbide exploding. l seems like fuyue went to open up his can of car bide to fire his light, and the jras from the carliide ; caught fire from his light causing serious burns. At present he is easy. t resting Monjeagle News I Mrs I D. Lappin.js quite .. ill with pneumonia. , . ; ; Miss Vida Shufx, is visiting Miss Mabel Mendow'M. Mr! Shutters recently moved from here and is a Cowan. .' 4 grocer at An effort is being made hy several of our prominent people, to establish a vocational 1 school in Monteagle. Aboyt one half of , the amount . reauired t bv. the i Government as a local ; contribu- tion has been subscribed and, no doubt, the remainder will be raised. ; ; '- , Th boys of the mountain cer tainly need and are entitled to some training to fit'them for the best trades. Too many,, "of America's boys are idling. - - Mrs. L. J. Travis, of Vicks burg, Miss., has come to the mountain to make it her permanent home. Later she will be joined by her son. Mrs. Travis is seeking for health. Mrs Trousdale Smith and Mrs. L. J. Suzzart will -occupy the King property for the season. Miss Francis O'Niel after two weeks of illness is out again. Mrs. D. Taylor is in Nashville for a visit. ; " A local teamster after a recent trip to Pin Hook said : ; "There are mud holes in the Pixie Highway that swim a mule."' J Wanted Salesmen for 6,000 mile guar anteed tires! Salary $100.00 weekly with extra commissions. Cowan tire & Rubber "Co. Box 784, Chicago Illinois.! 0 High School To , Be Established Nashville, Tenn. (Special) The establishment of a high School at Crossville for the henefit of the mountain people in that section, has been under taken by the Tennessee con ference of the Methodist Epis copal Church, South as a special plan growing out of the Chris tian education movement. The school will be fully equipped to meet the neeMs of the community in which it is to be located. The, Tennessee conference mission Hoard from its Centenary fund has already niade an appropriation of $),0(i0 toward this object and 150,000 has been put in the askings of the Tenn essee conference from ' the $355,000,000 fund of. the Chris tian education movement, to be paid from this year's campaign. The governor of the State has added his approval of the projected school by signing the act authorizing Cumberland county to appropriate $2,500 fiom the county funds to aid in its establishment. The school will be the educat ion al center of that section, the plan being to erect .branch ' schools. frnm t.inm tn.f.inia m spehnna w,.prA thfl -Mift ar. inadequate'. The'. , Cnxsville 'Jlrvii4Aii,t school ronrseand will also include vocational depnrtments of-farnn ing, dairying, domestic art, com mercial "branches and f normal training for teachers and leaders. A'course of Bible study and leadings will be a special feature of the school and none but Christians of the rfighpst char- I acter wil! be employed as teach- ers. . The building will be located on an eminence overlooking the Dixie Highway and will com mand a fine view. Tbe school will be two ami a half miles : BARGAINS 1 1918 Ford touring body complete in good condition. 1 Chevrolet touring 490, 1920 March. flriA ffis1 ro eVi Ko 1 o r nt in civ tnnti viiw 11111 u vaoii uaiauvw in oia luvriintaj payments to responsible parties. Specials for cash while present sup ply last only. in anrl V-R in. spark plugs 35c. Shaler 5 min. Vulcanizer outfits $1.00 regular price $1.50. Buy your tires from us, we handle Michelin, Fisk, Goodyear and Grant. Nightpone Stevens Garage Day Phone from Crossville, near the Tenn essee Central rail-road. The farm of 420 acres, the gift of public spirited citizens of Cross ville, lies 'along the Big pbev river and s very fertile. It Id adapted to growing berries, apples, cherries, grapes, and garden vegetables and is also fine for cattle grazing. The board of trustees are planning to begin building at an early date." The outcome of this project fostered by the Chris tian education movement .is expected to yield far reaching results both in material advance ment and spiritual uplift. Mrs. Barney Melton Mrs. Barney Melton died at Palmer last Friday. She waa 80 years old and leaves a husband and live children, Interment was at Red Hill, cemetery Sunday. 5 Days Free Trial If vou need glasses to read sew or see at a distance please write for our "Five days Free trial' offer whereby you can obtain large and handsome and durable dark or light shell or gold filled frames and splendid lenses complete for less than half of what you would have to , pay at some retail optical stores. Our prices from $3-50 io $3 0Q. J. m-m. . . ........ I . .1 r Tenn.v. - ' : Fnatfr- M rlCn i oh f Mr. Willie Foster, and Miss Sweetie McKnight were married last Sunday evening at the home of Rev. Bob Cheek, Rev. Cheek, officiating. The groom is tiw son, of Mr. and Mrs., Charlie Foster, of this place, and is an industrious young man. The bride is a daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. McKnight, of uear Decherd, and is a beautiful young lady.