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merits or they will jiot be accepted;" Mrs. Grundy has a large and ' increasing cir culation. . . MRS. GRUNDJ.A char, acter in Morton's Comedy. "Speed the Plough ".Stan ard Dictionary. . - MOTTO 0 Liberties We Prize; Our Rights we will Maintain." VOL. 35 traoy city, te:i2essee. july 21 , 1 921 s No. 28 Entertainment The.teachers "of Summerfield, Mr. Goforth and daughter .gave an entertainment and box supper on the 15th; which was attended witlr a large audience. ' Good order Every one jseenied to enjov the program. The coPect lon of the eyenitig.was $3$.00 this goes to pay on the bell and organ. Mi9 Jessie Thomas was the winner of the gold prize. We had good order and all enjoyed the evening, . There are about 80 in attendence and one of the greatest interest that has been for years. . , . . French Bazaar Opens Up The French Bazaars opened its doors to the buying public last week and have on hand an up-to-date linje of imported goods." Mr Bam Cohen the proprietor is jn charge this year and assures the public that he has one; of the nicest lines that many could buy.' Call and see him. - Miss Elizabeth Lovette of jBirmtngnam Aia.is uie guest o' Miss Sarah Campbell. - Pete Ounrv 1 of Coalmont was h 're last Monday', ,. J , , ' . Circuit Court to . Hold All Week ' . .- ,1, . , v : .. ;-.: Circuit Oour Commenced here Monday with perhaps one of the largest trial dockets the Court ever had to try. There are five murder cases, to belried. and l several felonious -assault Case. The misdemeanor Cases" were taken up Monday aud several received bo me pretty severe fines, drawing from $10.0Q and Costs, up to $50.00 and 30 days ju jail. " ' ' : - ' . ' Judge Raulston charge to the grand jury was very. forceful and on several cases of submission before him on public drunkenness charges he 'always sent them before'-. the . grand jury to tell where they bought the liquor to getdrunk off of., The murder cases will be taken up to day and Friday, j' ? Judge Raulston w as assisted in holding court this week by Judge Si D. . McReyuolds of Chatta nooga. ' , ; lion. B. G. MeKenzie, prose cuted vigorously for the State and on Monday every case that he prosecuted the State got a conviction. ' " - - Rare Trent in Store fcr Mont ecjjlc Assembly ReahlPrinceo of Syrian Appears orv Platform July 25. 1 V , y i A .v.- "v if v.-'.- . :: Jim Reeves, of Altamont was on our streets this week. r L , ; J Sold only by dealers The best fabric tire made for heavy service or rough roads RED -TOP Extra PI jr Heavy Tread 3i3i $22oO(0) Reduction on all styles and sizes A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product -V x ' - ''t 4;.. ' r'i .tt Sis i-Sl -: ; I the Prophet Elish and in en tering a plea for the great Cap tain to be sent into the land of Israel to be healed of his leprosy. tipcess Haider is one of the most powerful Varid convincing lectures upon the Anierican plat form .today. She was born at Boalbeck', under the shadow: of Mt. Lebanan and was educated in the American colleges at Sid oand Beirut and later took her degrees from several of the best Universities in the U. 8; She speaks. English most fluently, and her charming ' Oriental Manner, together with, her rich Costumes and subject matter of her entertainments, makes an evening long to be remembered by those who avail themselves of the opportnnityto hear her. I The Princess will appeal . in her own rich lobes of her native house,' .fashioned of heavy beaten silver and jewels. She will be assisted by her Oriental Singer, N e 1 1 e Lu c i 1 1 ,B u rgess, w ho will present the weird music of the iTa r East. Esq, J. Q.. Brashaer of Pelham was on our" streets Monday. John Gallagher of Pelham was a court-visitor here this week. Old Resident Of Gruetli Passes Away Mr. John Scholer, one of the oldest residents of Grundy County passed away at the ad vanced age of 89 years, 5 mouths and 11 days. Mr. Scholer was one of the - first 1 Bettlers of the Gruetli " settlement." Ile.canie to the United States from Switz erland in 1855, and settled in Jay County, Indiana, from this County he came to Gruetli in. 1S70 aQd has since made this his home. Mr. Scholer raised a large family of 4 bovs and 1, girl whosurvive him..' lie was an in dustrious farmer and r a good citizen Funeral services were held at the home on -July 12th; and "were conducted by Kev. J. E. Thomas and burial was in the Gruetli Cemetary.' , Ho is sut vived by the following: . Noah Scholer, Jocab, Scholer, Daniel Scholer, and Mrs. Ifosa Nussbaum all of Gruetli. . . . Infant Dies .v Mildred, the 4 ' months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs." Will Dent died on July 14th at the home of T. J, Anderson. Fun eral services were conducted by Rev. Firrell Tate and burial was in the Oak Grove Cemetery. f One of the best treats of the summer season at the Monteagle Assembly w H be the public appearance of a real daughter of royalty on the night of Monday, Jaly 25 at 8 o'clock. . Princess Kahmex. . Haider of Damascus Syria, a member of the ancient Syrian House of royalty has been the. guest of our vicinity for the past few weeks and before leaving to fill numerous engagements upon other Assemblies, has consented to present her most famous and thrilling message ' of , "Naaman, the Leper." It is a drama en acted in 5 scenes, in which Prin cess liahme lias used as the setting, her native home the Holy Land, and is based upon Uie. Old Bible story. The story deals with the great Captain Naaman, who at the Lheight of his glory, was strickeu with" the dreaded disease of leprosy. i Cleverly is interwoven .-; the part played by the lifte Hebrew Maiden in bringing to the house, hold of Syria the knowledge of ..,y..iy I will sell at public auction at my barns at Lynchburg, Tenn essee, on Saturday, July 30, 1921 52 two-year-old mare mules, and 52 one year-old mare nfules; some Pure-Bred Hampshire Kams, (some yearling rams aud some Iamb rams;) and some yearling liegisstered Durham Bulls. The sale.will commence at nine o'clock a.. m., and will be held under sheds rain or shine. - The 52 two-year-old mules offered" in this sale are broken and in splendid shape. Every one of them is 'ready for the show ring, and no better hunch of mules can be found anywhere in the world. I picked six carloads of mules in the mule producing states, and after geiting them home picked out these 52 head as the best in tlje six carloads. They are every one EXTRA FINE. - The yearling mules offered in this sale are EXTRA FINE and the best that money could buy. .. ' . ' I Have Never Offered a Finer Bunch oi Mules to the Public. , The sale will be made on six month's time with contract rate of interest from date. - Barbecue lunches will be served on the grounds for the bene fit of the Odd Fellows & Masonic Cemetery. Col. E. B. Davis, Auctioneer. Clerks :G. B. Moorhead, f ' J. D. Motlow. LEM MOTLOW Lynchburg, Tennessee.