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Non-Resident Notice.
J. I Adair et als
8. B. Ada
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Chancery Court,
biorj County,
In this cause it appearing from the
bill, which is sworn to, that the defend
ants, S. B. Adair J. V. Boyd, Lou
fcbelton, Walter Ellis, Ollie Boyd, Stan
ley Boyd, Coleman Boyd, Lyman Boyd,
Vera Boyd, Neal Boyd, Maude Barrett,
J. J. Adair and Margaret Irvin areciti
acns and residents of the State of Ken
tucky and non-residents! of Tennessee,
and that the defendants, Almonte Boyd,
Nola Clapp, Connie Ellis, Will Blythe,
Daisy Knight, Edith Blytho and Kittie
Caldwell are residents of Oklahoma and
non-residents of Tennessee, and that
Martha Simms, Lou Thomas, Virginia
Harper, Boss Blythe, Clint Blythe are
residents of California and non-residents
of Tennn'essee; that Oscar Blythe, Una
Blytho and Margaret Hogan are resi
dents of Texas and non-residents of
Tennessee; that EUJridge Elevens, UDa
Blevens and Ernest Blevens are non
residents of Tennessee and that their
places of residence are unknown to com
plainants, and all said defendants above
named are non-residents of the State.of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process
of law cannot be served upon them;
It is therefore hereby ordered that the
said defendants named above appear be
fore the Clerk and Master of the Chan
cery Court of Obion County, Tennessee,
on the
First Monday of September, 1911,
that being a regular rule dayo! the said
Chancery Court, and make defense to
the said bill, or the same will be taken
as confessed by them and the said cause
set for hearing ex parte as to them.
It is further ordered that publication
of this notice be made for four consecu
tive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly
newspaper published' in Obion County,
This July 12, 1011.
1fl 0. A. GIBBS,
x'n Clerk and Master.
By Geo. A. Gibus, Jr., D. C. & M.
Bobbins & Thomas, Swiggart, Cobb fe
Swiggart, Sol's for Compl'ts.
Miss Hattie Clark is visiting Mrs.
) Hogg at Memphis.
C. L. Moffatt spent the latter part of
the week in Nashville.
Miss Belle Inman, of Obion, is here
, visiting Mrs. H. E. McDaniel.
Misses Selma and Vera Edwards have
returned to their home at Cornersville.
Miss Nell Nichols, of Union City,
spent Sunday here with friends and rela
tives. Mrs. Rosanna King, who has been
visiting in Union City, has returned
Mrs. Killough and daughter, Mittie,
of Union City, are here attending the
Mr. Milton Callicott, of Union City,
is here. He is assisting in the music
during the meeting. j
Miss Mary Fressly, who lias been at
tending the summer school at Knoxville,
returned home this week.
Miss Stella Sutton, who has been do
ing the millinery work at Natalbany,
La., is here visiting Mrsj. R. Moffatt.
The meeting, which is conducted by
Rev. and Mrs. Morris, of Dallas, Texas,
is being well attended and some fine
preaching has been done.
Mrs. S. S. Curry entertained on last
Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 in honor
of her sister, Miss Aleen Taylor, of
Memphis. Those present were: Misses
Ella Waynick, Janie Moffatt, Annie
Lee Roberts, Anna May Pressly, Glenn
Rochelle, Frankie Turnage, May and
Fay Moffatt. After a delightful game
of rook delictus refreshments were
Public Sale.
I will offer for sale to the highest and
best bidder at my farm seven miles west
of Union City in the Tenth District, on
Wednesday, August 9, 1911, all my
stock and farming implements, includ
ing two fine stallions, two good Jacks,
and other good live stock. Terms
Twelve months time. Sale begins at 10
o'clock. All persons indebted to me
will please come forward at that time
and settle. , Barry London
Farm for Sale.
Fine farm, consisting of 117 acres,
two miles northwest of Jordan, 100 aores
in cultivation, well improved with resi
dence and outhouses, good water and
everything first-class in every respect.
For terms and particulars address W.
-C. Sowell, Hickman, Ky., R. F. D.
No. 3. 19-tf
Money on land for ten years with
privilege of paying it off in five, is the
kind of a loan you can get from me.
Bay your interest once a- year and you
can make any size payment at any time
during the year and not have to wait
till interest paying time to make it.
You can get more dollars on the acre
and at less expense than has ever been
offered the people before.. If you want
money see me. Office phone No. 553,
residence No. 121. J. W. Burney.
FOR SALE A nice 5-room house on
lot 70x150 feet with good barn and out
buildings, also one vacant lot 125x150
foet. Will sell together or separate.
Sec O. S. White.
FOR RENT Rooms for light hous
keeping. 506 North Ury. 17-tf
FOR SALE Two good, young, fresh
milk cows. (tf) Jakb Caldwell.
FOR SALE Some good ram lambs
nd some fresh milk cows. Call 259.
FOR EXCHANGE A good upright
piano for a reliable family horse. Piano
in good condition. Walnut case. Writo
box 142, Union City, Tenn. 18-tf
bull weighing between 750 and 800
pounds. Ow ner can recover by describ
ing same and paying for this ad.
18-2t H. L. Tark, M. D.
FOR SALE 'Fine business lot in
Union City, 25x125, adjoiuing Brackin
Hotel, one-half interest in brick wall.
Cheap to early buyer, $450.".
. Ram Lambs,
Jersey heifers,
Fresh cows,
For sale by
W. M. Warterfield,
Telephone 259.
cottage. Thoroughly modern ; newly
papered and painted, r ine shade and
fruit trees. Easy terms if sold. Dr.
W.M.Turner. Thone 221. 14-tf
FOR SALE My house on E. Church
street. Lot 110x133. Six rooms, hall,
bath, hot and cold water, hardwood
floors, cabinet mantles, commodious
and convenient outhouses and barn,
large number fruit trees $3,000.00,
terms. (52-tf) Chas. II. Cobb.
Vacation Tpura
Via the Mobile & Ohia Railroad.
Greatly reduced round trip fares to
points East, West, North and North
west. Liberal return limits. Stop
overs. Tlan your'summer trips now.
The nearest ticket agent of the Mobile
& Ohio Railroad will be pleased to give
full information regarding fares, etc.,
or write.
14 augl7
Mr. Arthur Cravens is in Memphis
Miss Wilson is visiting Miss Etta Batts.
Sunday the M. E. meeting begins at
Obion Chapel. '
Mr. Clarence Hale, of Hickman, Ky.,
is visiting Mr. Joe McGaugh.
Miss Bess Board visited her sister,
Mrs. Sclmo Callicott, Sunday. ,
Miss Pauline Thorn, of Rives, spent
Saturday night with Grace Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Nanney, of Martin, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Batts Tuesday,
Mr. Carmie, Davis and Leabron Cli
met are in Dawson Springs for a few
Miss Cora Shelton, of May field, Ky.,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Pauline
Bryan. '
Miss Canimie Jones, north of Union
City, visited Miss Bernice Shipp the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pain, of near. Wood
land, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Fields.
Mrs. Jodie Collier, of near New Home,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Jane
Vaughn, this week.
Misses Ruth Haley and Estelle Sto
vail have returned home after a visit to
relatives' in Arkansas.
Miss Guin Bartin, of Henderson,
Tenn., is visiting her friend, Miss Pau
lino Parrish, this week.
Miss Pauline Tarrish visited at Mount
Pelia Sunday.
Miss Barton, of Henderson, is visiting
relatives here this week.
Miss Beatrice Wilson, of Union City,
visited relatives here last week. t
Mrs. Laster, of Crittendon Grove,
visited relatives here Saturday night and
Misses Fannie and Virgio Reeves, of
near Martin, visited Misses Eppa Caudle
and Eva Johnson Sunday.
Mrs. Laura Smith and little daughter,
Irene, visited relatives near Cane Creek
Sunday night and Monday.
Mr. John Gray and Miss Lila West
moreland, of near Gardner, attended
preaching at Mount Pelia Sunday and
Sunday night.
The Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. Mose Tanner Sunday were: Mr
Clint Shipp and family, Mr. and Mrs
I. J. Howard, Mr. Lee Lacewell and
family, Misses Beulah Spence and Cora
Lytton. Browxie.
J. H. Luker visited his mother Tues-
C. D. Vincent, of Hornbeak, was here
Mrs. M. A. Quillen spent the day in
Obion Friday.
Douglas Barnes visited Will D. Har
mon Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lute Marshall visited
ia Troy Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curry are in
Middle Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnes attended
services at Troy Sunday.
Mr. Harry Brown visited his mother
the first of the week.
Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Williams and
son, of Martin, visited here last week.
Mr. Jim Clantou and family, of near
Obion, visited at the home of Mr. John
Stone Sunday.
Miss M. M, Buchanan visited at the
home of Mr; and Mrs. J. W. Barnes the
first of the week.
'A number of young folks are on the
lake this week, chaperoned by Mr. -and
Mrs. Sam Marshall. r;
The protracted meeting will begin at
this place next Sunday. Rev. Howell,
the pastor, will have the help of Rev.
Burgess Cunningham.
Misses Lou Hamsley, Lucile Farrior
and Bula Mai Stone and Messrs. Cecil
Howell and Oscar Stone were guests at
the horne of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mar
shall Sunday.
Mrs; P. A. Moore has begun her school
at Liberty. " . ,
Miss Louise McConnell returned from
the lake Saturday.
, Miss Simpson is visiting her brother,
Mr. Hugh Simpson.
Mrs. Farris, of Clinton, has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. P. A. Moore.
Mrs. Horace Bettersworth returned
home Monday after a visit here to her
sister, Mrs. W. T. Bondurant.
Mr. Fred Bondurant is confined to his
bed from injuries received Saturday from
a young horse he was trying to break.
Mrs. Julia Lofton, of Tennessee, and
Mrs. N. G. Turner and two children, of
Arkansas, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Burrus returned
from Montcagle Friday and are visiting
Mrs. Burrus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. McConnell.
E. C. Carter, while trying to man
age a rather spirited horse Thursday,
fell down and the horse ran over him,
breaking a rib and bruising him up
Mrs. E. C. Carter received a telegram
Friday from Dallas, Tex., stating that
her daughter, Mr3. Autie Hughes, was
dead. She leaves three boys Ivanhoe,
Boyd and Cartor. N
Mr. Cles Evans, one of .our Sunday
school boys who has lately had license
to preach, preached to us Sunday morn
ing. He is a consecrated yqung man
and we feel that God is going to use him
Dr. and Mrs. Teter Prather, of Wood
land, were among the large number of
relatives and friends gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. McCon
nell Sunday, this being the last Sunday
in their Old Kentucky Home, as
they expect to have their sale Thursday
and leave soon for Roswell, New Mex.,
whore they have bought a farm. Mr.
McConnell, who returned from there a
few weeks ago, is looking well 'and is
highly pleased with the country and
people. ' !
The Woman's Missionary Societies
met at Mount Zion Monday afternoon
with Mrs. Mary Crenshaw, president
Our societies have suffered a great loss
in members lately by death, and some
have moved away. Yet it is pleasing
to know that those that are left are
faithful and are not at all despondent,
but feel the need of a greater consecra
tion and effort on their part. In look
ing over the minutes of the Home Con
ference which met at Mayfield in May,
we find a mistake in the report from
Mount Zion. Our total amount from
the Home Society was $60.20 instead
of $20.20. Kentucky.
A large number from here spent Sat
urday on the lake.
J. N. Sanders and sister were in Troy
Monday shopping.
Mr. Sid Kirk and wife visited Fre
niont relatives this week.
Messrs. John Haynie and Clyde Aaron
went to the lake Thursday.
Mr. Matt True and family visited
Fremont relatives this week.
Squire Lee, of Tally's, was the guest of
Mr. Em Brown Thursday night.
Messrs. Frank Brown and John Hay
nie were business visitors at Roney Trl
Messrs. Alton Neeley and Rube Muse
visited Protemus friends Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Arthur Caldwell and wife, of Tal
ly's, were here Friday, returning from
Union City.
Mr. Clyde Aaron returned home
Tuesday from a visit to his sister, Mrs.
Bob Bush, at Union City.
Mrs. Mitchell and children, of Mis
souri, visited Mr. Em Brown and
family Sunday and Sunday night.
Mr. Bob Garrison and wife and daugh
ters, Misses Esther and Emma, of Lib
erty, were here Wednesday en route to
Union City. Trixie.
13 3
Where you find the handy Hower,
With which to keep your yard so clean
And a Hose to keep it green.
Oil Cook Stoves find their place
In the housewife's kindly grace;
And the food is kept so fine
In Refrigerators of our line.
The Fuelless Cooker is a sight
That inspected causes delight, ' , '
But after its use is thoroughly known,
You'll not be without one in your home.
In fact, when you want anything injour line,
Queensware, Hardware, or Buggy fine,
Nailling-Keiser is the very right plac,
As it's always forward in the race.
Nailling-Keiser Hardvare Go.
Heal th is good.
Miss Clara Julian is visiting relatives
near Jordan.
The rain was refreshing to everything
and everybody.
Miss Myrtle Chapel is visiting her
brother near Martin.
Mr.'Powell Cloar and family are at
tending at Mount Olive this week.
Mrs. Flowers, of near Bethel, visited
her son, Mr. Jake Flowers, Monday.
Miss Eunice Erwin spent Sunday night
with Mrs. Vina Russell at Rock Springs.
Mrs. Eunice Cotton, of Union City,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Russell last
week. ' ' "
Sevwal from here, attended the ice
cream supper at Fremont Saturday
Mrs. Lon Dyer entertained a few of
her friends Saturday night at an ice
cream supper.
Mrs. Jake Flowers and family visited
Mrs. Lillian Dyer, near Sanders Chapel,
Saturday night.
Mr. Ed'Russell and Mr. Ben Roberts
will leave Sunday for Waverly, Tenn.,
to spend a week or two.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Erwin and little
daughter visited relatives and friends
near Hickman this week.
Mrs. Adeline Wheat, of near Union
City, visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Gilli
land, the first of the week. .
Mrs. Vina Russell, of Rock Springs,
and Miss Eunice Erwin, of this place,
attended services at Mount Olive Wed
nesday. , Bright Eyes, j
Mr. Dick Walker is in Missouri.
Miss Irene Caudle Sundayed in Rives.
Hazel Rankin spent Friday night with
Misses Shipp.
Miss Mittie Stanley is visiting in Num
ber One this week.
Sunndy Side is coming. They beat
Terrell 10 to 5 Saturday.
Miss Myrtle Johnson spent Sunday
night with Miss Ethel Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. G.' W. Stavall and son,
Leonard, spent Friday with Mr. J. B.
Carter and family.
Miss Nicie Chapman, of Mayfield,
Ky., is visiting her brother, Luther
Chapman, this week.
Esq. II. II. Hunt has completed the
Rives levee and the people appreciate his
work. , Blospie.
Mrs. Arch Adams is on the sick list.
J. W. Cloar, of Union City, was here
on business Monday.
Mr. Joe McConnell went to Dresden
Monday on business.
Prof. Morris closed a very interesting
singing school at Kedron.
Several from here attended the play
at Reelfoot Saturday night.
Miss Lara Caldwell opened school
here Monday with 30 enrolled.
Relatives from Dresden visited Mr.
and Mrs. T. N. Morris last week.
Miss Katie Cunningham is spending
the week with friends in McKenzie.
Rev. C. A. Jackson closed his meet
ing hero Saturday with two additions to
the church.
Miss Pearl Neely, of neir Troy, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Earl Tooms, the
first of the week.
Mrs. Robert Green and children, of
near Ridgely, are here on an extended
visit to homcfolks.
Quite a large crowd enjoyed an ice
cream supper at the home of Mr. Matt
Ray Saturday night.
The Misses Jackson, of Water Valley,
visited friends here last week and at
tended the meeting.
Will Vinson and family visited Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Freeman at Hickman
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Mary Wilkerson, who is teach
ing at Shepherd, was the guest of Mrs.
Mollio Caldwell Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. Bob Shepherd, of near
Moscow, was here on a visir last week to
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson (nee
Miss Inez Cloar), of Clinton, are visit
ing relatives here this week and attend
ing the Mount Olive meeting.
Messrs. Powell and Glover Emmer
son, of Pilot Oak, were here last week
on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ferrcll
and other relatives. Violet.
(gSppji) GODWIN
Chase & Sanborn's
Famous Boston Teas and Coffees
Bulte's Excellence Flour
TELEPHONES 79 and 516

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