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Advertisements must have merits or they will "not be accepted, Mrs. Grundy has a large and increasing cir dilation."; MRS. GRUNDY- A cLar. acter in Morton's Comedy. "Speed the Ploogh"..-Stan. ard Dictionary. vzn in . MOTTO 0 Liberties 7 Frl: Our Rights we wilt Maintain." VOL. 35 TRACY OITT.tSrn-SaEB. JUNE 23. l?2l No. 25 Pugilist Bout Jeff Hall and W. H. Bnford engaged in a pugalistie bout in the rear of the Company Store last Monday ; morning.; Much knocking was done, but it seem, ed like Ball was the winner as long as the fight lasted which stopped by the sounding of the gong, who was deputy Sheriff Phillip McGovern. Kevs. 0. k, Ladd and B.vT. Lannon were the Peacemakers, or .'referees. . Hall drew a prisse of $7.50. on the final call of the referees. : Revival Meeting : ' He R. V. Oawthon of Mt. Juliet, Tenn., is holding a moot successful revival meeting at the Christian Church. The day service has been well attended and at night the house is seated to its full capacity of about 350. Mr. Oawthon is an able preacher and has a winning personality. His .sermons are full of the teachings , of Christ and are delivered in a way to hold the congregation and ' send them away- feeling , betters The" ser mon and song service together consumes about a hour." and commences at 8 o'clock. Every body is cordially invited to at tend these services. ' Stick to the Old Job, Better Times Ahead. ......... . In mvtv iomrminit"r ihfc nrtr there We dozens of farmers who are either getting ready - to quit farming entirely, or are wishing they could. The ' reason is 'the extremely jow "prices , or. xarni products and the high cost of im plements, fertilizers, clothing, etc - In every period of jdistress like this there are always a ter rain number of "summer sold iers," who give up at the'tiTst frost. And it is they who helfl to improve conditions for the fellow who sticks on the job. There are sure to be hard times in anv business, and : agriculture is no exception. ' But it Js well to remember that the sincere statesman and far sighted busi ness man realize clearly how dis astrous to the welfare of the na- uuu io a ucgaicu iaiiuiii Class. And both are going to take ear nest' steps to prevent such a calamity. So we may with safe ty predict that present condit ions will not last long. Brighter days are just ahead. The man who stays with the ship now is the man who will cash in when the improvement comes. Farm ; Life. " V : '. - 3;': ,-,1 i I '. Mrs. Julia Jayne Walker of ftew Orleans, who has been on a visit to relatives here, has gone to Monteagle to spend the sum mer, where she will be joined by her ). brother, Rear. Admiral Jayne and two daughters. Miss Dola Hanaby was in Beer sheba last Wednesday.' - Summer Kindergarten, Miss Bettye Petty has been en gaged by the Sewanee Fuel & Iron Company to teach a summer kindergarten shcool at Coalmont for a period of six weeks. The school is conducted under the auspices of the, Y. U. 0. A, A modern " , building has been erected hear the Bank and equipped especially r for, 'this purpose. It is fitted throughout i with Kindergarten chairs tables ' and desks. The school is proving a great success under the manage ment of Hiss Petty who is one of Grundy County's most efficient teachers. There is an enroll ment of sixty children and about four hours time is consumed by the classes : each - day.' The Sewanee Company is to be con gratulated in the promotion of this commendable school. - '.",..v ' " " '" Beerehcba News Mrs. Ben Hill and children, have returned borne after a visit to relatives in Warren County. . . ' j Miss Francis Tate has returned home from Palme. Dennis Brown, who his been ill quite awhile with typhoid is able to be out again. Brya? Bouldio, of Altamont, was here Sunday. , Marvin Brown was in Tracy ; li;rUmbV. T;acv and Lillard Conry of Coalmont, were here last Wednesday. , Ur. t,nd - ilrs: Wilson, Smartt, of y MoMinville, visited here 8uhday. -','.;' ' - Otto ; Hunderwaddl spent a few days with his parents' last week v 'it vr-; ;V.. Eugene Bohr has returned to Chattanooga, after, spending a few days with home-folks here. Mr. Dave Henneager. was here from Palmer Sunday.- :; Paul Parson of Coalmont was here Sunday. Leo Greeter, of Altamont, was here Sunday. Ben Hobbs was - in Tracy Friday: , , .. .... Etta Hobbs was in Tarlton Saturday. Carl David Brown of Coal mont is the guest of Raymond Brown here this week. . Will Sweeton of Coalmont was here Sunday. Paul Creighten of Coal mont is spending, a few days here. Tom Northcut of Altamont was here Sunday, ...... P . Cfnnrtr 1 of seven, and If ully believe that vuuiuuvi , ur speixle, was one of the best ICC0O23ndatl0n men I had in my company. Indianapolis, Ind. ; ' Jane 10, 1921 To whom it may cancer: Recommendatin ff my dear friend, Mr. Alfred Speigle, of Grundy County, Tinn: who was killed on ' or about March, 9th, 1921. . .' . ( , This is to state that 1 have known Mr; Alfred Speigle, for the past seven yeafs; while serv ing in the U. S,l.Army, and I must ..say that Jir. Speigle's character was excellent in all preformance, white' in my Comp any, Mr. Speigle rendered very faithful and honest services in the performance tt i his duties. Due to Mr. Speigle. Efficiency ind good character of which the writer can positively vouch for in as much as both , Mr. Speigle, and myself, have been in daily contact with each other, for about three and a half years out . Mr. Speigle, was transferred from' my Company but it was his own request. He was very anxious to go to France, and flight for his country . Mr. Speigle was formely In. "0. M" 10th. U. S. Inft. Which at the time was stationed at Lascascadas Canal Zone, Panama in 1917. The 10th U. S.'Inft. was transferred from1 Panama to H. Benjaman Harrison, Ind., and then split up, forming the 45th and 46th U. S. Inft. Mr. Speigle, and, I was transferred to "Co. U" of the 46th Inft. and there we sold iered to gather until he requested to be transferred to the 28th Rep-Bat, and Mr. Speigle, was shortly after sent to France and there lie staid until the finish of the war, Poor boy, after going through with all the hard ships over there and to think he came back to his own country, ' and to 1 be murdered by a man who called him self American Citizen. , This opportunity is taken to exptes appreciation for the loyal and faithful services that Mr. Alfred 8peigle rendered my Company, during his period of service. , . - J. P. Nebb Ex 1st Sergeant, '..'A "Co. II." 48th IT. S. Inft. Mrs. Jennie Brookman and children, are visiting relatives in Whitwell this week. Sam Iludsou a former railroad er of this place, but now of Phoenix Ariz., is here on a visit to his son, Norman Hudson, at Coalmont. Supreme ' Court, of Nashville, ib. nm in iiiiw i i w irvmi iiiihi iirmh this week, Tracy City . baseball aggrega tion are playing the fast Dech erl team today. Hurt At Mill Will Mesaick was hurt at the Sam Werner Lumber Mill at this place where he come in contract with a belt! His over alls were stripped in shreds but he was not seriously hurt. : : jirffiii ' v ( 1 i ': i " . jl m w a mw iiiiiv s - at. iti k -jaw viii a uiiiibi mim mum i i ia TB I U !' ftl m I IIP III ffk lllUllf KB; 4 f AT AT. !L',.. : TMrxLds Q. cigarette asp-, ; in imr The Camel idea wasn't born then. It was tha exclusive expert CameL blend that revolutionized cigarette smoking. :v ;Jl- ! i i ' ? That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos hits just the right spot It gives Camels such meUow mildness and fragrance! The first time I smoked Camels I knew they were made for me. I knew they were the smoothest, finest cigarette in the world at any price. - Nobody can tell me anything different ft. J. KBYNOLDl Tmmm Ok WiMtMSlaa.N.C.