IS IT GABEIEL'SP A Huge Trumpet Unearthed in Ten- nessee. Tracy City Tenn. July 30. Special. The relics of some prehistoric race recently unearthed in Hawkins county. In this state have awakened a great deal of In terest and speculation among nearly all classes of the community except of course the densely Ignorant and unintelli gent. J. 0. Blanton. who Is one of the best-in formed antiquarians In the country in re ferring to the subject recalled the fact that early In this century there was dug up in this same county a curious trumpet made of what appeared to be hard soapstone. This instrument when blown through could be -heard at a distance of three miles. It was very smooth on the outside but the interior of It was exceedingly rough. It was probably used. Mr. Blanton I GARE'SP Tupet Uneed i Ciy 3. relcs or' recent une'rhed de'i In- speculaton al c.mmunl ad unintel- Banton. o be t.ln- toredantiquarhns re- ferrln recaled count trumpt miEs. I inI I wa lr. Banton I ' - . > , . . . ( . ) . , ¬ , , , ¬ . . . . - ¬ , ¬ , - . , - . , ¬ . . . ' - ' : ) ' ' ' : ( . ) ' , ' : . . ) . " ' ! ) '