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Advertisements must have merits or tliey will not be accepted, Mrs. Grundy has a large and . increasing cir culation. MKS. .GRUNDY: A char aeter in Morton's Comedy. "Speed the Plough".---Staa-ard Dictionary. MOTTO .0 Liberties Wo Prize; Our Riarhts we will Maintain." VOL. 35 TRACY CITY, TENNESSEE. APR1IT14. 1921 No. 15 tviKY Beersheba News Mr. and Mrs Wiley M. Tate, of Palmer, are visiting home folks here this week. Paul Brown was in Tracy City Saturday. Mrs. Mary McOarver of Tarl ton was here Thursday. Anne Brown1 was in Tarlton Wednesday. , Mr. Henry Woodlee and family from Tracy City were here Sun day. " ' . .. ; Misses Allie Tate and Georgia Brown was in Tarltou Friday. Mr. Joe Tate was her.e Sunday from Palmer. ' . ... v ' Foster Wanamaker and Marie Nelms spent Saturday and Sun day at Philadelpha. Miss Nellie Gray Olendenon who attending school here spent Saturday and Sunday with home'folks at Tarlton." Gus Brown is in Knoxville this week. Kugen Boaks has returned to his home in Chattanooga. Mrs. Fred lioaks ana little daughter Tressa have come here Hum vjuaLiauiiiia ut oj;ciiu inc Summer at their home here. The High school here is pro gressing fine the pupils are very interested and are studying hard. v Miss Anna. Tate has. returned lioise after visit to Tracy, " Gfarnett Tate was" in Tarlton Saturday. Luther Brown was in Coalmont Thursday. Leo Greeter of Altaniont was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown Louvena Hopper and Ruth Tate was in Coalmont Saturday. Russell Landers, Raymond Brown and some other young men went fishing Friday night they reported a nice time and brought home plenty of fish. We are all looking foi ward to hiving a good hard road in the near future. - Catches The Largest One Yet Carl Roberts one of our local sportsman is the prize winner so for in tlifl Inral fishinc Club. Carl landed a trout the other day at Manchester that tipped the scales at 8 1-2 lbs. This beats everything so far, but Fred Abraham is off on a fishing trip now and says he is going to catch : a bigger one. For plowing, haul ing wood or coal phone 133 or see H. H. Summers. Local Happenings Mjr. Harley Minter has re. turned from Jasper where he attended the funeral and' burial of his mother last Tuesday. j Mrs. Geo. Oondra and baby, of Palmer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A.Hall. W. H. Childress of R. D. No. 1 was in to see us this. week. ; Mr. Childress is a strong advocacy of Democracy and believes ibat the Democratic ticket will again win out in 1924. Paul Brown, of Beersheba Spings, was here Saturday. Mr. Henrv Woodlee and fami ly, were in Beersheba Springs, last Sunday. Miss Anna Tate has returned to her home at Beersheba Springs, after a visit here. Hon. I,. N. Woodlee of Alta mont was in our city Tuesday. Ed Hal of Palmer was here Tuedday. . Capt. Jno. Simpson, was seeing the siirhts in Nashville a few days this week. He also looked in on the Legislature while there. Mrs. Wilson .Parker was in Tullnlioina Tuesday. Mr Etta Malone and children, of (Wan, are the guests of Miss Ceri. -a litre) I this week;.. j j!;Tl!;.V) essrs, Werner '$ in Dutch ' tov n are. havfnjr their houses re- mode'ed which will ' greatly,. im prove mime,, and add to I heir beauty. The Tracv City Groeerv Co., have had their store remodeled both inside and outside ami have adopted the citv style of paying the cashier. Mrs. Ethel Spinck and child ren, have returned to Nashville. Martin Marugg was a Nashville visitor last week. Miles Flury, Hermon Baggen stoss Charlie Flynn, and Em mitt Woodlee were, rising at Bell's Mill last Saturday. . Several of the local residences are receiving coats of paints, and everybody is fixing up their premises - IWhfle the Salesman Waitl We can furnish you the kind of printed sales letters and circulars on HAMMERMILL BOND that will get your message in the right way to the man who can buy your goods. Use more printed salesmanship. Ask us. ' i be MaU l Uoes In I Not Guilty of Killing Westerfield The preliminery trial of the' two Davis Boys and Matt Rollins : and Rufus Wooten ...who were arrested last Thrusday charged with the murder of Geo. Wester- field on the night of Easter Sun- day was held last Friday, before Esqs w r .Ti In p . W right,' anl from the evidence presented' n the case thev. were acquitted of this charge. It will be remembered thalXthese par ties were the r guards at the home of Prest Meekswheii the killing of Westerfield occurred, and they were the prosecutors or State witnesses in" the trial of the Ladd brother's, (and Wither Bros., who were charged with this murder and are now in jail charged with this offense, having failed to make bond. The prosecutor in this lattlr case was the brother-in-law of hhe "Ladd t - .- Bros., Prest Meeks, and in the preliminery trial he;; told such aj disjointed tail of tliH killing that no evidence was produced to bind these guards over1; to the grand jury. The grand jury will convene the latter of thd month to thorough) j intfftbla'-- tilis k,1,,"v' ' ; '. Non-Resident Notice Clarence Gilley , J ' ; ' Vs. - . "," Mrs. Florence Weaver et, al In Chancery Court at Tracy City, Tenn. In this cause it appearing from the bill which is sworn to that Mrs. Nina Gerren, one of the defendants is a nonresident of the State, and a resident o" the ! State of Florida, she is therefore, hereby required to appear, on or before the first Thrusday after ( second Monday of May 1921 next, before the Chancellor at the Court Housed Trccy City, Tenn, j and make defense to the bill filed against thetri . in said court by Clarence Gillev or otherwise the I bill will be taken for confessed. I It is fnrfchpr ordered that Hifs notice be published for four con secutive weeks in the Mrs. Grun dy, a weekly newspaper publish ed in Grundy County, Tenn. This the 12 day of April 1921. John Scruggs, C. k, M. By A. C. Alexander, D. C. & M. For Sale Early Tomato Plants. 1 am also booking orders for. Sweet Patoto Plants. A postal card is the surest way of reaching me. ' Send in your orders now. L. B. Conry Tracy City, Tenn. Sweet Memories of My Childhood Home, An Old Country Parsonage 1 m roof' uad nee'r been 9nrin WHh t',,e citv9 tainte(1 (hlst No lieart within ita wa),8i Had ere been scared, with sins deep rust, for in that country parsonage, W saviour, usieu to sray, And 1 know, I was nearer Heaven, Than ever I am to day. ; In memory of Rev, G. 1). Gnin As, I hear the Woodthrush call, ing As I list to the sweet birds sing It takes me back to my child hood Sweet memories, that childhood bring. I can see the parsonage window. Wrapped in the woodvine shade, And the fragrant air, was laden With the sweet perfume it made. The Humming bird made his exit A 8 round and round he'd go With praises to his Master From whom all blessings flow. The crjcke?t would chirp his orders To his pardner by, the wall, Stay close to the jam . in passing For the grass is wet and tall arid 'the tulips, laughid at, the Candid "stick .v-V;- Till her petals would almost fall He looked so yellow, so.billious And seemed so weak, and tall. The insects, seeme I to gather For a frolic under the trees As the sun sank to rest in the shadows ' Introducing the waning breeze. And when the day was ended I could hear the gentle loe Of tiie moo cow s coining home ward - , . That the little calves might know. The tender love of a mother Even though, a dumb brute, it be Cared for, by our loving Father Who hushed the raging sea. And at the faithful watch dogs bark They would rush by the pasture gate To mangers filled with clover Udders, that cannot wait. Then the hired man, brings in the old gray lloss Tired, from his long days toil And he quafs the life saving nectar As the rope begins' to uncoil And the Old Oaken bucket quickly lowers As again and again he sips Till satisfied tired but hungry The hired man, his halter slips There on his lied of scattered straw J The old gray boss, would lie Till ngiht throws open her ! windows ' .And day creeps into the sky. Then after the feeding was over x And every thing was still We would hear the call o supper That gave each one, a thrill. ,: Hot Potatoes, Bread; Milk, and Butter , i A feast fit for a King ' Then we'd gather around the Hearth stone And mother, would mften aim How tedious, how tasteless the When Jesus no longer I see, Sweet prospects, sweet birds, and sweet flowers Have all lost their sweetness to me. ' - TJie mid summer sun shines but dim The fields strive in vain to look gay, But when I am happy in him December's as pleasent as May Then My Daddy took down the Bible ' And read from its pages old Where they walked beside, the still waters In that City thats made of gold. He would read how the Saviour was waiting 1 Of all sins to make us free Where a few in mv name are gathered there, I will also be. . And we knelt iu tliat country ! 'arsons ire On" the .floor that was always . bare. And 'je felt we were ner to Heaven ' " . For we knew that God was there. liic- o rrn iiiuaii; wii tuo water!) Oh like the ships at Sea, We hope to always anchor ' Nearer invGod to 'bee, But the old home now, is broken like sheep, we have strayed awav, , x And Daddy, lives with Jesus. . But when in the jtideement day. A monz the happy A mrles I know I will hear his song, It will be, the old, ol storv. That 1 have loved so long. Monteagle News Herbert Brannan of Imis ville Ky. was a recent ' visitor to his fathers home.. W, 8. "Fitzgerald, of Tulla homa, has been chosen plat form manajrer of the Assembly for the 1951 season. ... 0. 0 Cissel is seriously ill from the results of anapop-i( lectic stroke and may not re cover, i E. Granaecher and wife have returned from a winters stay in Fla. Mis. Wallace has opened a boarding place in the Corner Oak House. 9 Mrs. Ida Brush has' returned to her summer home in the grounds. Mrst Cuzzart .has moved the Dixie Gift shop into the King property.