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Charter No. 9239
Reserve District No. 8 BEPOBT OF TBS CONDITION OF THS THIRD NATIONAL HE AT CNIOS CITY, la the State of Tennessee, County o tjbion, at the close of business on June 30; 1920. RESOURCES. Loaas and Discounts includ ing rcdixconatj, except that ihown iu b and c...f465.S62.72 Deduct: . Notes and bills rediscount ed with Federal Reserve Bank (other than bask ac ceptances sold (sec Item ' -SSa) 60.t91.S7 Notes and bills rediscounted other than with Federal ' Reserve Bank (other than bank acceptances sold, see Item 55b) .... . 14.750.00 Overdrafts, unsecured...... U. S. Government Securi ties Owned: Deposited to secure circu lation, U. S. Bonds, par value 30.000.00 War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actu ally owned . 1.672.00 391.020.85 485.30 Total U. S. Government securities Stock of -Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub scription) Value of banking: houseown- ed and unincumbered..... . ' Furniture and fixtures...... lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank $29,206.48 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks... 74.833.47 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting- bank I other 31.672.00 3,300.00 12.600.00 3,400.00 than Item 16...,. Total of items 13, 14. 15, Wand 17 Checks on banks located utside of city or town of reporting: bank and other cash items '. .. Redemption fund with V. 8. Treasurer and due from O. 8. Treasurer .... Interest earned but not col lected approximate on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due ... 2,378.12 79,211.59 684.03 : 109,102.10 1,500.00 52.24 Total , S553.U2.69 PALACE HOTEL GOES an ordinance. Tfi uri IU lit) iV-uTIIERSMP . Heathcock, of Jackson, chaser. Now in Charge. The Palaco Hotel In Union City coanged hands Wednesday evening, wb.en the property was conveyed from J. C. McRee and A. F. Titts- .vorth to RtM Mrs. charge. now In Heathcock . &fe in Union City. They lived here for several 'years and 'conducted the Brackin Hotel some fifteen years ago. Since then they have lived in Jackson, Mr. Heathcock's headquar ters as locomotive engineer on the M. & O. R. R. AN ORDINANCE to be entitled an ordinance to regulate the use of horseless .vehicles in Union City, Tennessee; to require the owners of automobiles, motor cycles, mo tor trucks, taxi cabs and other ve- Icles of like character to display ina conspicuous manner at both front and rear of such vehicle a license number plate; and to re quire1 the owners therebf to dis play a front and rear light on said automobiles and other vehicles at night; and to make it unlawful for any person under the influence of intoxicating liquor to drive or ' assist in driving an y automobile, motor car, taxi cab or motor cycle Sectionxlr'Be it ordained by the Boarded Mayor and Aldermen of on City that hereafter it shall be unlawful for the owner of any auto- Ttia PaTaa fa nnA rf t h O M?Tn i n p- r . -, t . Tt , j. mobile, motor cycle, auto truck, taxi iTe&t Tennessee hotels. It is modern cab or other vehicle of like character used for the purpose of conveying in haprovements $nd since Messrs. MkRoq iTttawnrth havn taken charge improvements have been Persons J"W for any other ..... .," . ,. . puryuBO, wueiuer tutu icuiuc is yiu maifa in (na nil i 1 n 1 n tr onrt in tfa fur- I v ' , , mt j. . . . Ipelled by gasoline or electricity, or nishings. The dining room has been v .. . . . . improved and is practically all sew, and the building is in fine repair. This was done by the owners just retiring. Mr. Heathcock pays for the building and its equipment complete $50,000, a very reasonable any other mechanical power, to run use or operate, or permit to be run used or operated upon any street, al ley, road, highway or any other pub lic thoroughfare within the corpo rate limits of Union City, Tennessee without said owner shall have first t V , . 11 , applied for and obtained, and shall Mm HAAthnnnk will nersnnallv 8U- I perintend the housekeeping and din ing room service. She is well known lere and esteemed as a most estima ble woman and capable manager. Messrs. N. O. and Ervin Stovall will continue as clerks of the hotel, have displayed in a conspicuous man ner at both, front and rear of such vehicle a license number plate of such size, color, dimension and char acter as the Secretary of State may designate, and the owners of such machines are required to use the LIABILITIES. ,. 1,. ,o rv.oa monv frln1a ;Z I i m number plates furnished through the by very acceptable and valuable serv-1 - t . . ice. Capital stock paid in........ Surplus fund.... ............ Undivided profits .. Interest and discount col lected or credited, in ad vance of maturity and not earned approximate Circulating- notes outstand ing; ........................ Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust compa nies in the United States and foreiirn countries oth er than included in Items 39 or 30) 3.712.15 Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding; 2,446.40 Total of items 29, 30. 31. 32 and 33 6,158,55 Demand Deposits (other than bank deposits) Sub ject to Reserve (depos its payable within 30 days): Individual deposits subject to check 342,998.48 Time' Deposits Subject to Reserve payable after 30 days, or sub ject to 30 days or more notice, and postal sav- ing-s): Certificates of depositother than for money borrowed J 43 , 448 . 83 $34,000,001 26.000.00 I 17,825.151 Nailling Hospital.- Mr. John Morgan, of Hickman, is at the hospital for surgical treat- j.301.6 ment. 29,400.001 Mrs. J. H. Lynn, of Jackson, was operated on Tuesday morning. - Prof. Rex. Naylor, of this city, was operated on Tuesday morning. William H. Heppner, of this city, was operated on Wednesday morning. Wm. Paul Nailling was operated on Thursday morning. Joe Payne, of Tampa,. Fla., was operated on Thursday morning. Mrs. Wm. Schmidt, who was oper ated on last week, is doing well. " Mrs. Carl Hickock, of this city, who has been seriously ill for several months, will undergo an operation 392,605.86 Saturday morning. Total liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank (see Item Id) Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve Bank, see item lc Total contingent liabilities, 55 a, b, c, and d, hot includ ing; items in schedule 23... $553,132.59 Annual 15 Day Encanpment. 60.091.87 County Court Clerk, and no other number plates shall be used. Section 2. Bo it further ordained that It shall be unlawful for any per son to use at night on any public street, alley or thoroughfare within the corporate limits of Union City, Tennessee, any bicycle, tricycle, mo tor cycle, auto truck, automobile, or any other horseless vehicle, without having lights attached thereto both front and rear. Section 3. Be It further ordained that hereafter it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, while un der the influence of intoxicating liq uor, or while in a drunken or partly drunken condition, to drive or assist in driving any automobile, motor car, taxi cab or other horseless ve hicle within the corporate limits of Union City, Tennessee. , Section 4. Be it further ordained that any person or persons violating any . of the above sections shall be The annual 15-day encampment flned t . tha t nor more than for the Tennessee National Guard uiij uuiiai o. 0 i4.750.ool be held at Can.p john Sevier, Section 5. Be it further ordained 74,841.87 30, 1920, inclusive. State of Tennessee, Notice has been received from the COUNTY OBV OBION. t I Militia. Rnrp.iii that all mnmhf;- of I, Punter Elam, Cashier of the the Tennessee National Guard will above uamed bank, do solemnly swear oe required to attend this camp of mat uie aoove maninent u true ro ine lll8tructlon Knoxville, Tenn.. July 16 to July LhBt thla ordlnanoe take effect from and after its passage, the public wel fare requiring it. . F. E. QUINN, Recorder. ' Passed July 6, 1920. best of my knowledge and belief. Hunteb Elam, Cashier. Co.' K, 4th Inf., will leave Unior this 7th day of July, 1920. Seal. B. F. Howard, Correct Attest: Notary Public. Jno. T. Walker, D. N. Walker, Walker L. Martin, -Directors. F. L. PITTMANN, Mayor. ired July 6, 1920. Baseball. members will report at the local ar- Gamea . . . vfist (1av mory for equipment and instructions I ,th ft m between par,9 and Uq , ., , . . , , - City, Thur3!ay, July 15, 1920. All Subscribed and sworn to before me I ' ,,, . ' Monday, July 12, 1920. NORMAN S. STONE, Capt. 4 th Inf. Real Estate Transfers. E. W. Smith et al. to F. O. How- JBettuenem uommunity uud Jiiotes. cUr lot8 ln No 15 a750i The club had its last last meeting Jess Ashley et al. to Lizzie Jones with Mrs. Fannie Harpole and will et al., lots in No. 6, $1200 meet Tuesday the 13th inst. with Reynolds & Talley to J. F. Greg Mrs, Hubert Harri3 and sister, Miss pry, lots .in No. 13, $180. Maggie Lee w. j. Brown et ai. to J. u. Davis, We are sorry to report that Mrs. 3 lots in No. 15, $1050 Will McClanahan and baby are sick. Jones et ux. to Clarence H Mrs. Claud Tucker has been very Bufford, lot in No. 13, $2750 ick but we are glad to hoar she is I J. summers et al. to Jess Ash recovering. ley, land in No. 5, $110. Mrs. Hetty Giffin has been sick ion City at Union City, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. . Good ball and worth a good fan's time. Union City took a game from Woodland Monday. wants Beech 'or Beec7refflete The soliciting committee those who are interested in Cemetery to send in their contribu tions or pay to some of committee as follows: Mary Latimer, Oral Pace, Mrs. Lima Mosier. . Shower for Miss Griffin. Miss Minnie Back pntprtalnod van. S-l A . J L 1 -. .1 a. T V 1,111 I - v,u. A. oiDos et u. u, w. uiw, terdr afternoon, giving a shower for Miss Ruth Griffin, which will be conveyed to the bride elect by par eel post. tor some time at the home of her hot ln N. 13 700 son. Esa. Andy Giffin. near Jackson- Herman A. Scates et ux. to J. J. ville. i Miller, lot ln No. 13, $225 VT WTn r-i IkfnnaflAlil and nml1r attended the lecture by the Chinese $25 REWAfiD Missionary at the Cumberland Pres-1 Offered in this paper a. few weeks byterian Church at Union City Tues- ago is otill waiting for the old-line day night. I insurance company with as much Mr. John Reeves has many friends I money behind the death claims as who sympathize with him in his de- the Guarantee Fund Life of Omaha., dining health. Neb.. See Dorrel Harris for the low- ' Mri Lee Cloys aid wife will leave est rate and the highest class to Monday for College Grove, Tenn., healthy white people, age 16 to 59. dear. he.n tell U8 both 0ne." Yon- where they will upend a few weeks Rates, $11 per thousand up. Both kers gtatesman with relatives before Mr. Cloys en- telephones. R. F. D. No. 5, Union ters ' school at Cincinnati for three ty, Tenn. Notice of Change. years, during which time he expects Household Teller of Fairy Stories. "Mamma!" "Yes, my child." "Will you tell me a fairy story?" "But it's very late my son." "I know, but papa isn't home yet.' Well, wait until he comes home, to finish a five-year course in me chanical engineering. Eastern Star. Mr. R. A. Jtt, of Clarksville, The order of the Eastern Star have Tenn., will be associated with, us as their next regular meeting night I embalmer and funeral director since Man Killed Jake Jacobs, one of the best known darkles in Union City, was killed last Wednesday afternon at about three o'clock. He was working for the McAfioo-Waddell Construction Com pany and at the time was excavating tor the piers of a bridge to be built over tho drainage ditch Just west of Tuesday, July 10. " The following program has been arranged : Song, chapter. Address, Mrs. Ellis Jackson. Vocal Solo, Miss Edith Quinn. Talk, Mrs. Chas. B. Jordan. Piano Solo, Mrs. Conn. Announcement. , V Wedding cards have been mailed th city. They had dug the ditch to I announcing the marriage on the 14th a depth of several feet when the J inst. of Capt. Waller B. Caldwell and cave-in occurred. I Mi8S Mildred Boyd at Pontotoc, Miss. Mr. Ranson's retirement, Mr. Jett has had years of experi ence in the furniture and undertak ing business in Clarksville and is a very apt and capable man on any night calls he can be found at Phone No. 124 at the store, No. 99, dur ing the day. HARPOLE-WALKER FURN. CO. . Whitesell Harpole, Mgr. Phone No. 354. C. G. Naylor, Phone No. 358. , 15-2t y rn (m RsT (11) iUJJ. JJ. O Dress yourself economically as well as comfortably for the hot weather. You can do this by buying your summer requirements in any thing you wear from us. . . . . ; . , v We are offering our entire line of White Skirts at the k ' ' following prices: All $6 to $7.50 white skirts...' ..... $4.95 All $4.50 to $5.50 Jwhite skirts for.. . ... . 3.45 Our $3.95 white skirts for 2.95 One lot of durable jvhite skirts at... ...... $1.45 and $1.95 Remember we carry everything you wear. Pay cash, pay less at ' ; IFdDSo Union City, Tenn. A Man's good heavy weight blue Overall for ....,..$2.25 Uoioini City WeBcflflo and Boiler Repair Sfiiop Expert Weldiiig' and oiler Worli. B We weld all kinds of metal, cast iron, steel, rod iron, brass, copper, cast steel, aluminum, auto, springs, gas engines, blocks. Bring the broken parts of your auto, threshers, mowers, binders, harrows, rakes, gears, fly wheels, shafting. We weld anything and rebuild the worn parts and guarantee any piece to be good as new. We have twenty-five years experience and ask you to 'give us a call.-. " " . v. Union City Wing arid Repair Shop. ALL WORK GUARANTEED, , Located at A. H. Briggs' Shop . Second Street PHONE No. UNION CITY, TENN.