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IOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mder 4 - Eat at Forrester'!. Mrs. T.. A. Prather, Jr., of State Line, was a visitor ia the city last Tuesday. " ' Miss Willette Baird ia a visitor this week id Memphis attending the Tri-State Fair. Mr. Authur J. Lancaster, of Par sons, Tenn., has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hicka fcr several days, .returning home last Saturday. ITice line candy, fruit and cigars at Forrester's. . ' B, P. Beckham and son, Ben, Jr., of. Taylor, Miss., were in the city this week enjoying a few days visit with Mrs. B. F. Beckham and friends " Messrs. R. A. Ledbetter and Joe ; Ing, " of Obion, vere in the city Tuesday attending the marriage ol Mr, Hugh" Luck and Miss Estelle Woodfln. .' Miss Carmen Parks left this week tor Forest" Glenn, Md., near Wash lngton City, to take another year of college work in the National Park . Seminary. - ' .- . For lone-time loani on farm pro perty, see A. R. Hudson and save troierase. . . : ;. Father Stork called this week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moss . and left them a pretty baby, daught er, whose name will be Laura Nevlll Moss, in honor of her grandmother whose maiden name was Miss Laura Nevill. Mrs. Wesley Bransford is report- ed to be rapidly recovering after an operation for appendicitis at Saint Thomas in Nashville. She has been thero two weeks, and Mr. Bransford , has hcen with his wife end baby : part of the time. Call for Reynolds Pure Pork Sau sage at the market. It's every ounce 5 pure. Reynolds Packing Co. , Misses Mary Horner, An.ta Dodas, :- .Janet. Harris, Jeanie Garth, Messrs . era n o rwl TOtstliarfl A Invr-Tidni" tioira matriculated Svith the students of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville . for the present school year. Mr Cummings, with the Union City Schools a year or two ago, has also entered school at Knoxville. Mr. Spencer Thompson left this week for Louisville, Ky., where he will be hereafter located.- Mr, Thompson has been with the Lake County Manufacturing Co. for some time as secretary and office chief and has been transferred from Dyers- burg to Louisville. Mrs. Thompson and children have been visiting in .Union City and will soon Join Mr Thompson in. Louisville. The, many good friends in Union City remem ber them kindly. ' If you are thinking of erecting a monument it will pay you to write The Eclipse Marble and Granite Works, J. J. Snyder, Proprietor, Humboldt, Tenn. Nothing but the best of material used, end the highest class of mechanical workmanship. Messrs. Herbert Tisdale, Ben Hughes and Robert Joyner have re tamed' from Detroit, Mich., bringing back; with ; them some new Hupmo- blle cars, which they drove thru the country, to bo sold by Tisdale Atkins-Jackson. The party passed thru some fine country and oyer some extra fine roads, " about six hundred miles altogether of im proved highways,. - One hundred miles of these roads were construct ed of concrete. They passod thru Toledo, Fort Wayne, Terre Haute and . the roads were all good until they, reached Mount Vernon, 111. There they found bad roads all the way to Paducah. It was indeed a pleasuure, they said, to travel over the good roads. A motor- lounP'per fioraiai .i mr m Substantiates 37.5 belt H.P. record of January test. Ohio tractor tests msef pslng demand for demonstrations that prove something What the Tests Prove, i HOW TESTS mm HELD Hart-Parr 30, having such tremendous power for three plows handles its load very : easily, hence without strain and consequently will have long life. " If tractors were sold by horsepower developed, the Mart-f arr 30 would be worth from one-third to three times more than any other three-plow tractor in the tests. r; The Hart-Parr 30 that made this wonderful record at the Ohio tests is now being used by the Agricultural y Engineering Department of the Ohio State University. . , , , - Farmers Must Order Now for Wi nter and Spri n g Delivery. rvJ The Hart-Parr factory, the oldest and largest exclusive tractor factory in the world, has been' running full time throughout the year, yet orders have kept ahead of production. Order now for winterer spring delivery and avoid disappoint ment. Catalogue on request HART- PARR CO. Founders of the Tractor Industry CHARLES CITY, IOWA The big Ohio tests were held by the officials of the Ohio State University July 28-29, August 1-2, 6-7, 12-13, in four different locations in order to get a variety of conditions. 7 , ' . "T- - - ;'; - . .. . Only one tractor of each size or model of same make was permitted; the inspection and rules were rigid, all breakdowns were required to be repaired on the field. The drawbar tests were made of each tractor with a Gully dynamo " meter espe cially made for the Department of Agricultural Engineering. The figures selected in the following table were the best tests of each day made by the different tractors: :V;.;.; . ;'; iJ;"' -'v;-: , - -v Greatest tractor Test of All Time. Price F. O. B. Factory ' ' .. -. : ' ' : ' Best Test of Day TRACTOR No. No. R. P. 3 Foot- ' Depth Lbs. Horse : Rating Plows Cyl.- M. Fuel ing Plowed Pull Speed Pow'r Hart-Parr -30 S-14" 2 750 .Ker. Excell. 10.25 3220 3.08 26.50 Moline Universal... 9-18 214'.' 4 1600 . Gaa. Good 8.20 2275 3.09 .18.72 Parrett......: 12-25 3-14" 4 1000 Ker. 'Good 8.04 1802 2.73 13.11 Titan--. 10-20 3-14" 2 500 Ker. Good 7.67 1990 2.28 12.10 LaCrosse .....12-24 ,3-14" 2 750 Ker. Good - 8.31 2000 2.19 11.65 Avery.... 12-25 .3-14" 2 570 Ker. Good 8.62 2710 1.37 11.29 Fordson. .- 10 20 2-14" 4 1000 Ker. Good 7.68 1304 3.09 .10.78 I. H.C.. 8-16 2-14" 4 1000 Ker. Good 7.41 1642 . 2.15 9.31 Fordson 10-20 2-14" 4 1000 Ker, Fair 7.75 1320 2.53 8.90 I. H. C. .. 8-16 2-14" 4 1000 Ker. Poor 7.68 1600 1.99 8.48 Titan :. 10-20 2-14" 2 500 Ker. Poor '7.22 1800 1.59 7.63 Data from official report of Ohio State University. Fuel data from official cards. ' SPE CIFIC ATIONS ' Powet Pulls three plows 30 H.'P. on the belt. J V Motor 2-cylinder twin, 4 cycle. Valve in bead. 750 R. P. M. Tractor Frame Cast steel, one piece. No bend, no twist. Carburetor New dray kerosene shunt. ' , , -f . Bearings. K. F. and Hyatt. ' Speeds Two forward, one reverse. Transmission Selective sliding gear. " . - VJ . Cooling Device Honeycomb radiator. Sbaft-driven pump and fan. . Lubrication Fresh oil, force feed. Weight 5,158 pounds. f ; Trice $1,895 f, 0. b. factory. . - ; HJimSoini -"'Oily UtxxOit City, Tetin. Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Troy, Tennessee . v ; . . ... located at Troy. Tennessee, at the close of business. September 12, 1919. ' RESOURCES ' Iwns and discounts.. 1 ... ..1179,139.19 Overdrafts . Bonds and Stocks and Warrants..., Banking House . Furniture nnd Fixtures. ............ Actual Cash on hand........ $ 7.3S7.91 Due from banks and bank- ' '. ers on demand; . 6.V4U.7U Checks and cash Hems........ Other Resources: ' War Savings Stamps. .... ' ........ 787.94 8.652.53 2,900.00 2,200.00 14,298.61 : 411.12 v 816.80 Seal Estate Transfers. J. F. Chambers Scates, 10 acres in No. w. a; a. '. . . Birthday Dinner. r A birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Sara A. Preuett was 'given last Sun day at the home of R. T. Preuett in the vicinity of Woodland Mills. A very large, crowd was present, in cluding tho children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. The sons, J. A., F. P.- and R. T., and daughter, Mrs. Josie Cox, and the families were all present nnd tho dinnor was one cf the flnct evor, prepared, includ ing everything the country affords and an abundance. Mrs.'; Preuett ' is 97 years of age! he is a native of Summer County, and moved to Obion forty-seven years ago, where cho has .continued to live in the? enjoyment of peace, health and happiness. , She ia now in reasonably' good health, and tho her bearing ia defective she enjoys ter Thome and ;Uh frienda' who .are very kind to Mother Preuott.: There are few permitted to remain with us that long, and It is usually if not Invariably from the precept handed down to "Honor thy father and thy mother that thy days may,be long upon the earth." . Total... ..i ..........$209.206.19 , , : liabilities .: . Capital stock paid in...... 18,420.00 i . , Surplus Fund.. ... 3,000.00 , Denses and taxes paid 6,7y.s iB.ai.isi Individual deposits subject " ' '.- to check.... . - H6,7J.w Cashier's Checks 975.35 Unpaid dividends . .. 985.00 Total demand deposits... Total deposits ......... Notes and Bills Payable.... 148,716.32- . '. 148,716.32 ;.- 32,275.00 $209,206.19 Total STATE OF TENNESSEE, , f -COUNTY OF OBION. . . . i I, R. w. Mahon, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear thai the above state ment is true, and gives the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank.' .''. "...' - ". , R. W. MAHON, casnier.-- Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of September, 1919. - - THEI. TAYXOR. Notary Publics Seal. .;-. ..- . ' Correct Attest: J. R. MOFFATT. . G. R. McDADE, " JAS. Vr. PRESSI.Y. -: . f . " 1 Directors. . Fncle Pennywise Says; ' ; No"" iiatter what troubles a man has down town, his wife can always welcome him with something that makes them ftink Into insignificance. et uz. to H. 13, $4000. Nailling, exec, of Mrs. L. E. Bodecker, to W. V. Hollomn, lot in No. 13, $1,400. Mrs. Ollie Stanfield to Mfs. Mattie L. Jackson, lot in No. 13, $1,250. Geo. , W. Pbebus et ux. lo Walter McCord, 10 acres in No. 13, 42,588 F. H. Hunt et ux. to J. M. Honey- cutt, 14 acres in No. 2, $l,80p. II, H, Hasting et ux. to Mrs. Laura Murick. lot in No. 16, $1,00C . v J. M, Crain et al. to W.. Turner et ux., .30 acres in No. 11,' $2000. ; John Q. Bogers to 3, S. Harris, lot in No. 16, $600. , ' ;f " J. H. Ward et ux. to J. Newman et ux., 3 acres in No. 11, $2,500. t " ''"J." L. Gray et ux. to E. F. 4'pplegate, 63 acres in No. 12, $1 ,100. Jessie B. Puckett et al. to DV. H.' H. Hobbs et al., lot in No, 16, $l,000.; 7 . Ruth Boaenthall et al. to Parks Fox, lots in No. 15, $1,700.-.-' f . .. . W. P. Sanders et al, to BJ B. Cole et al., 63 acres in No. 9, $600. -4 - J. B. Fall to J. H. Burton,' lot; in No. 16, $2,000. A. K. Wells et ux ham, $109 acre in No. 14, $$,090 "v Parks Fox et al. to Harmon? B.t Fox et al., 96 acres in No. 14, $2,850. T; A. Warren et ox. " to CJ E. Mc Minn, 93 acres in No. 7, $9,85. ,"",,' J. T. Bay and wife to J. E.Xogan et al 86 acres in No. 8t8,600.f,.rs C. A; Bichards 16 J. T. Williams, .47 acres in No. 10, $3,000. ; -'V Mrs. Cyntbia B. Sanders t al. to Wallace H. Biley, lot in No. 13, $1,500. to John! B. . u -Gra- . J. W. Cole et al. to W. E. Eason et ux., lot in No. 13, $1,490. W. 8. Green and wife to Erne'st M. Bruer, 7 acres in No. 3, $800. John B. Bruer et ux. to Eest M, Bruer, 87 acres in No. 3, $2,000. John B. Bruer et ux. to J. B. Bruer, 90 acres in No. 3, $7,200. ; : Ernest E. ' Bruer et ux. to J. E. Bruer, 94 acres in No. 3, $8,000. Nannie Jones to Edmund Wellsi lot in No. 13, $100. 'J ' -. Marriage license ' , " Senter Eobinsbn and Mary Craig. Graham Bugg and Iris Craig. ; . . Arthur Bussell and Lela Lancastef," John Lawson and Annie yaughnj Wickliffe Neal and i Sylvia Laird; '"'; "Erwin Bart and Edith -V.1 Herring. B. M. Everett and Daisy Walker, f Hubbard W. Taylor and Lena Cath erine Mitchell. V -'. - " 7 Homer Furlong and Edith Collins. - Verner Brown and Christine Wil liams. - '; ' --?;! i. - Murry M. Jones and LulaJ Thomp son." V"-' ,U ' ; COLORED." -, , W. M. Sanders and Nannie Atkins. Perry Harris and Mattie Darden. ' YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT. ' t If you are away-from home and one of your horses takes the colic your wife can treat him if she has Farris' Colic Remedy in the house. It Is easy to use.. Just drop it on the horse's" tongue and In thirty minutes he I relieved. Get it to day.' You may need it tomorrow. Frank C. Wehman, Union City, Tenn. T. A. Cummings, Rives, Tenn. Guy & Peory, Polk, Tenn. . xfvf IHflTF O JLWO V V iliJLXL JLW Will Appreciate Your Trade. ; , , We carry a full line of V Groceries and Fresh Meats and sell them at a reasonable profit. : Our motto is . to satisfy our cus tomers. ' ; ; " Delivery hours from 8 to 1 L and from 4 to 6. BOTH PHONES: Cumberland, 337; Home 170.; The Methodist Church , Next Sunday morning, Sunday School at 9:40. At the eleven o'clock hour there will ybe Promo tion Day exercises, a very interest ing programme will be given, a fine class of young boys and girls will be received into the church. - ; , At 8 p. m. Rev. J. Randall Farris will preach and Rev. G. J. Evans will preach at tho Christian Church'. ' A cordial . welcome to all who corner " u , . , , ?, i,; , ' . - Special, Services. Elder F. W.. Smith,- of NashvllJ will be here to conduct a Bcrie3 services at the Exchange Street Church of Christ, begiuaing next' Sunday, Sept. 28. Everybody in vited. - : .' . "Uncle Ned, they tell me you re member seeing Tecumseh." . , "Na sah. My father uster remem ber seeing him and I remember see ing my father."