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FRIDAY, JULY 9. 1920. t: CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS . LEVEES, BRIDGES, ROADS mm mm mmm mmm mm mm mmmm mm u KJ-jJ A 3-days Supplemental Registration is hereby ordered and will be held in the 6th, 13th and 16th Civil Districts o Obion County on July 14, 15 and 16, 1920. W. M.-MILES, Chairman, " EL H. MARSHALL, Secretary, ROY VINCENT, Election Commissioners of Obion- County ( !J j j Ofe3 iiiim Hfii'Tifii mill : e National Summer SuitJbrMen KEEP-KOOL Suits for men are tailored by experts with the consummate skill that insures true comfort, good looks and long .wear. Sprightly patterns and lots of them. Also dark colors that don't have to be laundered. For comfort's sake and your money's sake, be sure the KEEP-KOOL label is in the suit you buy. MADE ONLY BV "MfOUSE OF KEEP-KOOL 'Sn ellenburg Clothing Company W.ladtphia an4 WmwrforK. FonSaleby MORGAN-VERHINE CO. 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Cunningahm to E. B Toombs, Justices of the Peace in Dis trict No. 6, and road commissioners, appointed a committee to investigate the road leading from the steel bridge on the Troy-Hornbeak road to homo of T. J. Jenkins and ascer tain cost of land on which to make a new road and comparison with the cost of repairing the old road and re port. County Court went on record as favoring legislation proposed by Rep resentative J. A. Howard to repeal Reelfoot Lake road bill No. 595 and revenues already collected to be ap plied to building a road from Shaw's Park to the State highway, and to provide for county road and special school district tax rate3 to con form, to the new assessment laws, and that these measures be Included in call for extra session of Legisla ture. John Jackson and C. C. Dickenson reported, as to repairing Mud Creek levee on its old bed or to change its course and build new levee, that the Id levee is so damaged that a new levee running on a more direct course, reducing the distance from 150 feet to 1617 feet, would be more practical if right of way can be had at a reasonable price. Order re ferred to committee. Report of G. W. Robey, Alwyn Brevard and S. R. Braton as to levees in No. 16, that levee near Walnut Grove Church be repaired and that Henry Finch superintend same and uild bridge about 30 feet long near south' end of levee, Joe Peeples to superintend cleaning ditch running east from main levee to new steel bridee cost not to exceed $500. Also Baucom levee to be repaired with Geo. Tegethoff as commissioner to superintend same, and north end of evee raised above high water and washouts repaired, cost not to ex ceed $200. Joe Isbell and Sam Hampton to superintend making fill and build ng 20-foot bridge on road running from iron bridge on Reelfoot Creek on Troy and Hickman road at a cost not to exceed $700. R, L. Jonakin, to superintend levee construction south of South Fulton at a cost not to exceed $15X). J. T. Neel. to superintend con structing ditch near Dickens farm In No. 12, at cost of $30. Fred Hubbs, to superintend build ing bridge at a cost not to exceed $100. , J. C. Walker and W. A. McNeill, to superintend building two bridges on Rives lower levee cost not to ex ceed $350. A. G. Boston, to superintend mak ing fill on lake road in No. 12 near Bob Wallace farm, cost not to exceed $50. J. D. Summers and J. W. Yar brougb, to superintend building steel and concrete bridge over Papaw Creek at Push, in No. 6. N. D. Logan and Marcus Glover, to superintend building bridge on public road near Logan's farm, cost not to exceed $125. S. R. Bratton and W. J. Davidson offered a resolution unanimously adopted by the court that the County Court remit the county poll tax for the year 1919 against all ex-overseas soldiers and the Trustee Is ordered to not collect same. C. W. Curry, to superintend re pairing bridge on Troy and Hickman road near steel bridge at Mill Creek, cost, $10. D. H. Burnett and C. W. Curry, to superintend repairing two bridges bn road from Clark lane to Rives, near Phebus farm. A. B, Caudle, to superintend mak ing fill on Union City an3 Clayton road, cost not to exceed $60. Ji H. Dorgan and P. A. Lippard, to superintend road work east of El hridge and west of steel bridge at a cost not to exceed $200. Gus Lancaster, to superintend building bridge on Taylor Creek In No. 3, at least possible cost. J. M. Foster and C. M. Montgom- U. mmmmMm1Stf l as-" -fy fir- 'LI?-' mm in 1- ?! J hi 2W r 17' V 6 Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner & Marx 3? Hart Schaffner & Marx Dixie Weaves they're "good for you" The doctor says keep cool; custom says keep stylish. You can do both if you wear Dixie Weaves; that's what they're made for. They're all-wool, but so light you hardly know you've got them on; wear well and keep their shape too; guaranteed to satisfy. Summer headquarters for good clothes $15.00 to $25.00 7 You'll find here a rich assortment of Dixie Weaves in light greys," and browns; Palm Beaches poplins, silk pongees, light flannels; straw hats, , ties,, hoes, silk and madras shirts; everything to keep you cool and stylish. , , t V - 1 The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ery, to superintendent repairing Kenton and Mason Hall road, at cost not to exceed $500. J. A. Jackson, to superintend building levee and public road in No 3 near Harry Cloar'S, cost not to ex ceed $75. J. J. Webb and J. R. Nolen, to su Derintend repairing road near old Sterrett farm in No. 14, cost, $250. W. W. Thomas, to superintend making two fills on Dyersburg road in No. 3,cost not to exceed $250. H. A. Moore, to superintend re pairing levee on Union City and Kenton road, cost not to exceed $200. Wade Wiley and Walker Tanner, to superintend repairing Union City and Troy road, between lands of John Palmer and J. T. Denning, near Hauser Valley, cost not to exceed $150. T. J. Easterwood and T. P. Palmer, to superintendend repairing levee on Union City and Martin road, east of Grove Creek, cost not to exceed $230 Ordered that outgoing officers' ac counts be audited by local commit tee at cost not to exceed $750. T. R. Reynolds, W. C. Kelly and S. R. Bratton, to superintend build ing levee on lake road from corpora tion of Union City west to Mrs. Her ring's gate at 30 cents a yard. County Highway Commissioners hereafter authorized to purchase and construct all steel bridges in the county . CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS. Petitions were presented to the court asking for the consolidation of school districts, and the adoption of same as set out below is a part of the business transacted by the Coun ty Court this week: To consolidate Maple Grove No. 50, Hauser Valley No. 68 and Beech No. 68, all of Maple Grove and Beech and that part of Hauser Valley as R.A.PARDUE Rubber Tiring and Painting Buggies ALL WORK GUARANTEED Buy and Sell Rubber Tir Buggies Phone 43. Cor. Main and Third Streets follows: 1 Beginning on the east Boundary of Hauser Valley at the Union City and Troy road, including the Hubb Scott, Mrs. Erma Stone and all the lands of Wade Wiley adjoining said bound ary, and excepting the Hauser Valley school premises and Walter Harper lands adjoining said boundary, and said boundary shall follow the said Unfon City and Troy road to where said road turns south between the properties of Mrs. Ellen Wiley, Mrs. Mollie McKinnls and Mrs. Mary Wade thence west with the road to Beech No. 68 and Hauser Valley dis trict No. 58, and to create said dis tricts and territory Into one school district. To consolidate Oakdale No. 8, Co- rum No. 11 and Lucknow No. 7, and to create said districts and territory into one school district. To consolidate Kedron No. 80, Fre mont No. 91 and Hampton No. 73, and to create said districts into one school district, including all the ter ritory of same. A new school district in Civil Dis trict No. 4 was created by the action of the court, to be known as the- Dr. W. W. Holloway school district aa follows: Beginning at Ferrell Bros, on Rives and Polk road, thence south one and one-half miles to the corner, thence two miles west to Davidson Creek, thence one mile north to W. H. Latimer's north corner, thence east to Obion River. VENIRE FOR SEPTEMBER. 1. T. S. Clay, A. L. Giffln. 2. M. F. Garrigan, S. B. Curlin. 3. R. F. Hicks, J. F. Kersey. 4. W. J. Starnea, T. W. Overcast. 5. W. D. Short, James Cashon. 6. C. V. Pardue, G. W. Wells. 7. Geo. Davis, Will Harris. 8. H. A. Moore, Boaz Arnold. 9. Ira Barker, John Stover. 10. Wilson Barker, T. W. Ferrell. 11. J. H. Smith, J. C. Thompson. 12. Bob Murphy, J. T. Neel. 13. Avrie Coble, Pink Bennett. 14. John R. Graham, W. P. Puck- ett. 15. A. M. Moultrie, Milton Huff stutter. 16. B. Y. Eskridge, Stock Jones. TOO - LATE Death only a matter of short times. 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