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I h . i i s t II....- I r t v - '.I The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1920. Statement of the Condition of the Farmers and Merchants Bank Located at Rives, Tennessee, at the ctoae of business November IS, 1920. RESOURCES. , Loams and discounts $87,954.06 Overdrafts 1,245.91 flanking house 2,000.00 Furniture and fixtures , 1 .000.00 Actual cash on hand - $ 2,543.21 Dps from banks and - bankers, on demand 12,417.62 14.960.83 U. S. Liberty Bonds ,;t 7.600.00 Total . , ......$114,760.80 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $15,000.00 Surplus fund 8,222.69 ' Undivided profits, less expen- - and taxes paid . 642.11 23.364.80 Individual deposits subject ' to check . .. 80.896.00 Total deposits . . Wotes and bills payable .. 80.896.00 10,000.00 Total . . $114,760.80 STATE OF TENNESSEE. COUNTY OF OBION. - I, W. t. Shore, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that above statement it true and gives the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. ; W. P. SHORE, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 26th day of November, 1920. THOS. J. BONNER, Notary Public. (Seal). Correct Attest: P. J. WADE, W. L. CLEMMONS. GEO. F. BOTTS, Directors . " Statement of the Condition of THE FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK Located at Union City, Tennessee, at the close of business November 15, 1920 " RESOURCES. v Loans and discounts . . Overdrafts . Bonds and stocks and war- . rants Banking house ............. Furniture and fixtures , Actual cash on hand $20,619.03 Due from banks and bankers, on demand 44,406.82 Exchanges for Clearing ' House 2,210.87 $188,559.67 1,151.11 11,550.00 5,700.00 4,500.00 67,236.72 Total $278,697.50 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $50,000.00 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid a 5,815.86 Individual deposits subject to check 142,599.27 Demand certificates of de posit .-;-...,,'...- 27,271.26 Due to banks and bankers on demand 15.037.97 Cashier's checks....... . 473.14 "Total demand deposits 185.381.64 Total deposits Notes and bills payable 55,815.86 Statement of the condition of The People's Bank Located at Kenton. Tennessee, at the close of business November 15, 1920, - RESOURCES. Loans and discounts ....$140,690.87 Overdrafts if J.805.21 Bonds and Stocks and Warrants 25.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 6,000.00 Actual cash on hand.. $ 3,427.50 . Due from banks and bankers on demand 7.642.49-11.069.99 Checks and cash items 339.30 Liberty Loan ooupoua... . . 154.06 Liberty Loan Bonds . ... ' 2,087 50 Total $164,171.93 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid. .1.317.36 6,317.361 Individual deposits suD;ect , to check 88.990.70 Cashier s Checks , 2,111.43 Total demand deposits 91.102.13 Time certificates of deposit.. 23.741.95 Total deposits ...... .... Notes and bills payable . Reserve for taxes . 114,844.08 23,000.00 10.49 Total ... .... $164,171.93 STATE OF TENNESSEE, . COUNTY OF OBION. I, C. O. Ramer, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true, and gives the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. C. O. RAMER. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 26th day of November, 1920. (Seal). G. C. HOLLOMON. Notary Public. Correct Attest: T. M. KINO. P. H. CARROLL. V HENRY FLOWERS, Directors. CLASSIFIED ADS NICE 28-W. LOT FOR SALE-Phone 37-4t LOST Suitcase, near State Line station, containing wearing apparel. Finder notify R. V. Putnam, Fulton, Ky. 37-lt LOST One 33x4 tiro and rim off back of car. . Will pay reward for same. HERMAN D1ETZUL., JK, Union City. Tenn. 36-tf LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN- One year-old red horse mule; left my in in No. 1 about 4 weeks ago. Re ward for recovery or any information leading to its recovery. T. W. Jernt gan, Union City, Tenn. 37-lt FOR SALE -Bare in in slightly used piano. Nice selection of rolls nd hereto. A sailn walnut upright riano. Standard piano in mahogany case. Phone 101. 37-2tpd A. N. DICKSON. nnn T I.. rr .. - A nn. r oaujcj i-iuuui iiuiuu, tun- veniently located to town, church and, school; 132 feet front on one of the best streets in town. Water, lights and bath. A bargain for you Sod R. L. Cumminco at -Grissom's. tf ' 185.381.64 37,500.00 Total 278,697 50 STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTY OF OBION. I, Harris Parks, President of the above named bonk, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true, and gives the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. HARRIS PARKS. President Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 26th day of November, 1920. ... C. W. MILES, Notary Public. (Seal). Correct Attest: R.M.WHIPPLE, W. C. FARRIS, J. F. CARTER. " Directors. Statement of the Condition of the CITIZENS' BANK Located at T(py. Tennesseee, at the close " of business November JSth, 1920. " , " RESOURCES S " Loans and discounts.. $ 74,264.33 Overdrafts 103.97 Bonds and Stocks and Warrants... 250 00 Banking House . . 3.662.75 Furniture and Fixtures 2,682.53 Actual cash on hand . 5,420.75 Due from banks and bankers on demand .. 10,835.4316,256.18 War Savings Stamp! 892.00 Total. .$ 98.111.76 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 3,373.91 28.373.91 Individual deposits subject to check 68,368.94 Cashier'' checks . 1.368.91 S Total demand deposits Total deposits ... 69.737.85 69,737.85 Total.... 1 98.111.76 ' .STATE OF TENNESSEE. COUNTY OF OBION. V I, Thel Taylor, Cashier of the above named 'bank, do solemnly swear that the above state .ment is true, and gives the actual condition of .'. said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. ' - THEL TAYLOR. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of November, 1920. . E. A. McADOO, Notary Public. Seal. Correct Attest: . ' DAVY CROCKETT, W. F. ROBERTS. JOHN COOK, Directors. WANT TO BUY. We buy and 'sell both ladies' and gents' second-hand clothes, hats and shoetf 34-4t H. L. BELEW FURNITURE CO Concrete Block, E. Church Street Phone 479. FOR SALE Ono five room house front and back gallery, city water, one cood well, good barn, with crib hay loft, hall, garage, tool shed hog shed, and stables, large garden and cow pasture. Room for hogs, cows and hones. House inside corpora tion; barn, lot and patches outside corporation. Home phone 184, Cum berland 166. 37-tf LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. R. E. Craig is visiting at Rex, Miss. Miss Maxine Webster is visiting at Fulton. A few doses of 666 break a cold. Mtes Callie Burns, of Rives, was a Tuesday visitor. Mrs. W. P. Rogers was a visitor this week in Ripley, Tenn. The poor man store. Kirby & Kirkland. J. T. Williams is home from De troit to enjey a Loliday visit. Mrn. B. C. Baldridgc, of Rives, was visitor and shopper in the city Tuesday. -Get one of the beautiful auto veils at Mrs. Arnn's. Mayor Geo. P. Hurt, of Martin, was in union city weanesflay on business. Boys and girls save the Yellow Kids. They are. worth $10.00. 1 Mrt. J. A. Bairf. spent Thanks giving in Humboldt and Jackson with relatives. Good Goods Reasonable. -Kirby & Kirkland. Miss Leslie Shaw, of State Line, was a visiter tli's week with Mrs. L. H. Lockhart. . The young man ctore. Kirby & Kirkland. ' Misses Lottie Capps and Bettie Evans spent Thanksgiving in Martin with relatives and friends. ; Prices of hats lower than ever i ; Mer.o. Dabney Allen and Oscar Pickering, of Sharcn, wero Sunday visitors in Unioa City. Mrs. Kate Richards and daughter, Jliss Catherine, spent Thanksgiving in Nashville with friends. Rub-My-Tisra cures bruises, cuts, burns, sores, tetter, etc. Mrs. H. T. Edwards and daughter, Miss Catherine, wero in Memphis tris week for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. N. 0 White, of Dy-cn-buig, .poiit lat week end here with Mr. ard Mis. J. A. Reeves. The rich man store. Kirby & ft Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Chalk, cf Obion, were here this week as guests of Mr. and Mis. W. E. Jackson, Main street. Mrs. R. A. Pierce, Jr., of Memphis, is a visitor in Unit r City in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pierce, Sr. Christmas wreaths mt all kinds, at Mrs. Hunt Roper's. Phone 519 or 66. .' 37-4t Mr. and Mrs Otis Watson, Mrs. Allen Pyles and Mrs. Geo. Moore, of Obion, were in the city Tuesday. Mr. Mceks Meadow was' in Nash ville- Thank3giving looking on at the game between Vanderbilt and Se- wanee. Subscriptions taken for all mag azines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 603. , 37-4t Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts, of Hunt ingdon, were here this week and at Trimble visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. T. F. Thomson and little son, Thomas, who Lave been visiting Mrs. Thomson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Webster, returned to Fulton Mon day. Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains. Mi .es Fannie Kott Driskill, Tliel ma D'ck on and Agnes . Andrews and Messrs. Pratt Wadrtrll and J. C. Harris motoved to May field for Thanksgiving. Rev. W. B. Cunningham and J. W. Burney went to McKenzle Thursday to attend a meeting of the Board of Education of the Cumberland , Pres byterian Church, of which they "are members. Christmas wreaths of all kinds, at Mrs. Hunt Roper's. Phono 519 or 66. ' , 37-4t Maj. W. E. Hui'gina mode a hurry run to Chattanooga Monday and was present at a b'g Republican love- feast held ill that city Tuesday. They were all there ; -they r.to good things and made merry and meat of them duly filed well authenticated appli cations for big fat jobs. Get the habit, trade with Kirbv & Kirkland. Mr. Chas. Williams writes us that he and his mother have bought a place in ono mile of Excelsior Springs, Mo., on the Interurban be tween Excelsior Springs and Kansas City. The location is fine for dairy ing. The land is in the fruit belt and they have a nice home. - The maDy friends of Mr. Williams who was one of the most popular of our citizens and city market men, and his good mother, tender them the kindest wishes. Symptoms of kidney disease should receive instant attention, as neglect is dangerous. If your back aches 6r you have trouble with the urine, begin taking Prickly Ash Bit ters. It is a dependable kidney rem edy, particularly beneficial for elder ly men. Price $1.50 per bottle. Sold by all dealers. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. . Charley Moffatt, col., vs. Lula Mof- fatt, col. Pet. Divorce. To Lula Moffatt, col. A' bill for divorce Lan been sworn to and filed in tMs Court, which bill avers that you are a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, or resident unknown, so that the ordinary proc ess of law cannot bo served upon you, This is,, therefore, to notify you, the said Lula Moffatt, defendant in above styled cause, to appear before the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tenn., on or before the First Monday in May, 1921, and make defense to said bill filed against you or the same will be taken for confessed and proceeded with ex parte as to you. This Dec. 1, 1920. J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. 1 ; : ; : . Notice of the First Meeting of Cred ' itors. In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Western District of Tennessee in Bankruptcy. In tho matter of Felix Hagler Lip pard, of Elbridge, Obion County, Tenn., bankrupt in bankruptcy No. 1055. To the creditors of the above named bankrupt ia the county of Obion and district and division afore said, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 27th day of November, A. D. 1920, tho said Felix Hagler Lippard w? duly adjudged bankrupt; and that the first meeting of the creditors will be held at office of the Clerk and Master in Union City, Tenn., on the 10th day of December, A. D., 1920, at one o'clock p.m., at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ex amine tho bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. All parties Indebted to said bank rupt are hereby warned not to pay liim, but will settle with the trustee when elected. - . Geo. A. Gibbs, Atty. for bankrupt. PEARL W. MADDOX, Referee in Bankruptcy. November 29th, 1920. . If you have no appetite for your meals, something is wrong in your digestive organs. Take a dose or two of Prickly Ash Bitters, the med icine for men. It cleanses the stom ach, liver and bowels, creates appe tite, vigor and cheerfulness. Price $1.50 per bottle. Sold by all dealers. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Mattie Pierce vs. Harrison Pierce. Petition for. divorce, pending -la the Circuit Court of Obion County, Teun. In tr e above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk from the bill, which is duly sworn to and filed in this court, that the "defendant is a non-resWent of the- State of 'Tennes see, or that his residence i3 unknown. so that tho ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him, It la therefore ordered that said defend ant, Hrrrison Pierce, appear before tho Circuit Court of Obion County, Tenn., on or before the First Mon day in January, 1921, and make de fense to said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by him, and the cause set for hearing ex parte as to him. It is further ordered that publica tion of this notice bo made for four consecutive weeks in The Commer cial, a weekly newspaper, published in Union ity, Tenn. , This Dec. 1st, 1920. 37-4t J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. This is a good yer to buy Je welry, for Gifts. Good Jewelry is a lasting gift, and is prized more highly after years of use than any thing else. It has a greater intrinsic -value because good jewel ry is made of the same material as money. Gold fluctuated in value less than money or any thing else during the past. We have a stock of g'ood Jew elry for Xmas and invite your inspection. We have been here for fifteen years and have striven to give you the. best jewelry possible for the money. Only three more weeks to get your gifts selected and engraved. , " If you buy your jewelry now we can give you better service and a better selection than we can the last week before Xmas. Bransf or d & Andrews Jewelers and Opticians Phone 89 UNION CITY, TENN. What Shall I Give For Christmas ? I The mi Christmas Store Find the answer 7 KIRBY'S STORE. Dear Friend: I may not have a chance to see you while at the Christmas store, as I am very busy just now, but I am going to leave the largest and most beautiful assortment of Toys, Dolls and gift goods of any place within miles of Union City The Xmas store will be the store for real Xmas gifts. Stop and shop early. r v Yours truly, . s , - : : - v R'v. J-SANTA CLAUS. at Mrs. Arnn's.