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-ON- SHIRTWAISTS Saturday, May 15th, and Monday, ; May 17th. .75. All Georgette and Crepe De chine Waists, priced up to Sale price $3.90 All Georgette and Crepe De chine Waists, priced up to $ 1 2.50, Sale price $6.9,0 miss this We have about 100 Waistsin this sale. Don't opportunity. Corum & Jackson Cometofj. AUTOMOBILE Ml LAND SAT.E . Pursuant to an Interlocutory, de cree In the County Court of Obion County in the case of Jvery Hale vs. Rosraand Hale t. als, I will sell to the highest bidder at the East dcor of the Courthouse In- ITnlrti Citv. Tennessee, at 1:00 o'clock p. ia.. FAMOUS OPERA AT CHAUTAUQUA Don't go out on a trip without having all the necessary ex tras for your ear. It's no fun to have some one pull you in. We keep up our stock of supplies and keep down the prices on them. OUR HARDWARE IS THE BESTj IT STANDS THE TEST Frank C. Wehman THE HOME OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE. on the 14th Day of June, 1920, the following described tract of land situated in the Third Civil District of Obion County, Tennessee, known as the Scott M." Hale 'arm and it is bounded on the nor h by the Ten nessee and Kentucky State line: on the south by the lands of the Gray Heirs; on the east by the land of Tyne Tull; on the west by land of Jim Stanfield. It is more particularly described: Beginning at a stake in the Tennessee, and Kentucky State line with three beech pointers; runs thence west with: said State line 134 poles and 30 feet toa stake; thence south 88 poles to a stake in the N. B line of the James Gray tract; thence east 134 poles and 30 feet to a stake; thence north 90 poles to the begin ning, containing 78 acres more or less. Said land is being sold for a di vision among the heirs of Scott M. Hale. It will be sold for one third cash, the balance in equal payments, to become due in one and two years from date of sale respectively. The notes of the purchaser for the de ferred payments will be taken, bear ing Interest from date of sale with sureties as required by law and a lien will be retained upon the land also to secure the payment of the notes. This land wifl be sold subject to an oil and gas lease executed to W. H. Newberry which is registered in Book "M" No. 9, page 129 of the Register's office of Obion County, Tennessee. By the terms of said lease the owner of this land will be entitled to receive of all oil found on the premises, and certain rentals for all gas found. If no well is drilled on the land by September 1st, 1920, the owner of this land will be en titled to receive certain rentals, all of which is fully set out in said lease. This land is on the oil structure as defined by Prof. Tucker, one of the most eminent oil geologists in the world, and -near the land of E Rodgers, where Prof. Tucker located a well for Mr. Newberry, and where he stated that in his opinion great quantities of oil and gas would be discovered. The Reelfoot-Ranger Oil Company is now preparing to drill this well and doubtless before this advertisement is published the drill will be well on its way to the oil sand. The purchaser will not be entitled to possession this year as the land is rented for the year 1920, but will be entitled to possession the 1st day of January, 1921. This 14th day of May, 1920. R. H. BOND, County Court Clerk. C. N. & H. H. Lannom, Sols, for Com p. E. H. Lannom, Guardian ad litem and Sol. for Defts. THE enthusiastic army of over five hundred thousand Buick owners are in a great measure responsible for the unprecedented demand for Buick Valve-in-Head motor cars today. Their daily experiences in Buick service Buick economy Buick endurance, and Buick reliability, prove conclusively to the present and future purchaser that "there is no substitute" for a Buick Valve-in-Head motor car. These reasons are causing hundreds of persons to contentedly await the delivery of the various Models selected. Pric f. o. k. Flint, Michigan HUM K-44 .$159100 MMIC-47 248J) MMbI K-W . 12235.00 MomI K-6 SZWI Priem RUmd April t. 1920 ' When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them Garnsy & Hart, Dealers, v Virgil Morris, Agent, Union City, Tenn. Delightful Play, "Nothing But the Truth," Also Coming. The famous Gilbert and Sullivan light opera, "Pinafore," and the rollicking comedy success, "Nothing But the Truth," Louise Stallings, lyric mezzo soprano; seven great lectures on -vital themes these are notable attractions which are to ap pear here on the 1920 Redpath Chau tauqua. . ' , The Sibyl Sammis Singers and Miss Marey Cameron, pianitt, will bo the attraction on the first after noon. , "Facinj tlfe Task" will be the subject of a lecture on the opening night by Henry E." Rompel, one of America's greatest dramatic orators. On the second' afternoon V. S. Wrtklns, widely known dramatic roac".er will give one of his mono logues. "How to be Young at 70 or Old at 40" will be the subject' of a great lecture to be given on the second night by Dr. Carolya E. Geisel, of Battle Creek, Iiich. " The Emerson Williams Company compomd of Emerson Williams, bar itone, and his wife, Jean McNeil contralto, will appear In concert preludes on the second afternoon and night. Tho marvelous achievements of Luther Bjirbank, plant wizard, will bs related on the third afternoon by Henry A. Adrian. - Louise Stallings, lyric mezzo-so prano, assisted by the Mendelssohn Trio will appear in recital on the third night. The New York Opera Singers will be the attraction on the fourth af ternbon . Opio Read, well known novelist and Journalist will give his new lec ture, "Human Nature and Politics," on the fourth night. Hon. Chas. G. Jordan on tlio fifth afternoon will discuss one of the big gest problems in tho world, "The Place of the Farm and the Farmer In Present-Day Life." Tho famous Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera, "Pinafore," will be pre sented with Bpecial lighting and scenic effects on tho flfthi night. An exceptionally strong cast of princi pals and a well selected chorus and orchestra make the Redpath "Pin arore" a splendid success. Donald H. McGibeny, novelist and traveler, comes with a broad back ground of experience to lecture, on the sixtiv afternoon, on "The Modern Unrest." Nothing But the Truth," widely known comedy success, will be pre sented by a New York cast on the oixth night. " The children's .pageant, "Tire Good Fairy Thrift," and a grand concert by Grobecker's Swiss Singers and Yodler3 will be features of the sev enth afternoon. "Human Efficiency" will be the lecture topic of Ralph Parlette on the last night. For Brides and Visitor. Mr3. Geo. A. Gibbs, Jr., will en tertain with an auction party of four or five tables Monday afternoon at her home in honor of Mrs. Pratt Jennings and throe brides-elect, Miss Ruby Mayes, Miss Pauline Caldwell and Miss Lila Littleton. The guests will include the brides and out-of-town visitors and their hostesoes. Billiousness is a disorder involv ing the stomach, liver and bowels. It opens the door for disease. Prickly called a "poverty party,". in the home drives out bile and impurities and makes a man feel bright, vigorous and -cheerful. Price S 1.25 per bot tle. Oliver's Drug Store, Cobb's Cor ner Drug Store and Red Star Drug Store, special agents. Christian Endeavor Social. The Christian Endeavor of the C. P. 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