THE GOOD BOOK COMES HOME - In the early 1890s, Mrs. William Pritchett left her Bible to Jim Pritchett. Somehow the Bible was misplaced. One day a man came to the produce stand of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Newsome in Chattanooga. The man sat a box down vowing to return. He never returned and when the Newsomes decided to leave Chattanooga, Mrs. Newsome opened the box. She noticed Mrs. Pritchett's name along with several notations concerning Condor and Sandersville. Mr. Newsome had to come to Dublin on business. Mrs. Newsome decided to tag along and visit a friend here. The friend was not at home, so the lady decided to eat lunch at a boarding house. Jim Pritchett, then living at Atlanta, came back to Dublin to visit. He also was hungry and went to the same boarding house to eat. The two, sitting near each other, were introduced. After a few minutes Mrs. Newsome concluded that she had found the Bible's owner. She handed the surprised Jim Pritchett his long lost Bible, which she just happened to bring along with her. Dublin Courier Herald, October 12, 1933.