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TO AUSTIN SPRINGES.
Pearl Springer vs. Austin Springer. Ia the Chancery Court t.f Obion County, Tenn. In the above styled cause it ap pearing from the bill of complaint filed hereby, which is sworn to, that the defendant, Austin Springer, is a non-resident of the State of Tennes see, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore hereby ordered that the Bald defendant appear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tenn., on or before the First Monday of Septem ber, 1921, that being a regular rule day of said Court, and make defense to Bald bill, or the same will be taken for confessed by him, and Bald cause set for hearing ex-parte. It ia fur ther ordered that publication, of this notice be made for four consecutive Veeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion Coun ty. Tenn. 19-4t This August 4, 1921. , GEO. A. GIBBS, C. & M. W. M. Miles, Sol. for Complt. RIVES NEWS. O. E S. meets in reg-.iar session Wednesday of next week, Miss Eula Ellis, cf Glass, 3 a vis itor with the Misses Austin. Paul Kelly Is in from Nashville spenling a few days with honi9 folk. Tho revival at Sardis with Rev. Bass in charge resultol in sixty con The little folks cnjoyel SANDBAG DAM HOLDS IN REEIFOOT WATERS Black Bayou Outlet Dry oa Obion River Side. State Game Warden Claude Wil liams, Will H. Swiggart, Jr., and Capt. J. T. Perking, of Martin, re turned from Reelfoot Lake Monday and reported that the Black Bayou outlet of the lake to the Obion River a gypsy I hAd hppn Btnnned with temnnrarv i r r TO GEO. S. ALLEN. farmers Exchange Bank vs. Geo. S. Allen. It appearing from the bill in this - case which is sworn to that Geo. S. Allen is indebted to the complainant, The Farmers Exchange Bank, and that he is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and an attachment having been issued and levied on all the right, title and interest of said Geo. S. Allen in one Oldsmobile auto mobile; it is -ordered that publica tion be made for four consecutive weeks in the Union City Commercial, requiring said defendant to appear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on the first Monday of September, next, that being a regu lar rule day of said Court, and make his . defense to the bill filed against him in this cause, otherwise said bill will be taken for confessed and the said cause proceeded with ex-parte as to him. 19-4t This August 1, 1921. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. W. M. Miles, Sol. for Complt. tea Tuesday evening down town in am of sand bags and that Black the Caldwell Grove. Bayou is now dry on the other side Mrs. Leslie Shore wts a visitor of the dam. Capt. Perkins had charge part of the week with her Bister, Mrs. of the work. Activities of every kind Gosnell, in Dyersb-irg. in the vicinity of the spillway shut Elrte- Aubrey Wilson, of Farming- down In order that the men might ton. Ky.. begins a meeting at the rush the work Christian Church Sunlay. A last shipment of 1,000 bags was rr. -- -,.,,, f Nwhrn 8ent down t0-flay making a. total of Ci-me in homo with Mrs. Belle Ed- TT.rds for a, veek' stay. Will Maneese ted s.m, Lester, are 5,000 bags used in stopping the out let. This sand bag dam is to be filled in Shd covered over with dirt and sand, and it is believed that it will I. ffiBffg THE P&&f i m remodeling the Malcolm Callis home the lake waters until the m tue irat out .uu...jr. permanent concrete dam can be Messrs. Jas. and Edward Scoggins Dullt Tne permanent dam will be were out of town this week on a C0Vered by a reinforced .concrete building contract at Clinton, Ky. bridge and a roadway. This bridge The Misses Starnes, pouth of town and highway will shorten the road entertained Saturday evening in hon- from here to Tiptonville by five and or' of Miss Garrigan, of Woodland a half miles. Mills. The surface of the lake as meas- Mrs. Holland Bittlck cane in Mon- ured Monday by an engineer, is now dav from a visit with he? daughter. 2 feet 1-10 inch below the spillway. Mrs. Tom Joyner, in Number Thir teen. Mayor Bonner has had the weeds cut along the pavements, which adds greatly to tho L.oks r.ud convenience of same. Mrs. Hubert Shore and sister, Miss LOST BRIDE OF HOUR; NOW DENIED DAMAGES Mrs. ooooooooooooo o o 8 Used 40 Years g o M a a o o o The Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere r. o o o o Paul Walker's Parents Win- She Changed Mind. Dresden, Tenn., Aug. 2. One of Tumor, of Menphi-, were visiters in the most sensational suits of its kind the county "eat Monday with Mrs. ever heard in Dresden courthouse Ed Kirk'aiiG. came to an end suddenly to-day with Herman Wise. Miss Ruth Callicott, r.judgment by the Jury for defend- Earl Jones and Glennio Phebus were ants. It was alleged in the declara- down from Uniou City Tuesday uon nioa ana Bnown Dy ine prooi, looking on a while at the Martin- that Paul Walker, 19-year-old ycuth, Rives ball gazse, which the visiting son of W. W. Walker,, prominent team won by a score of 9 to 7. farmer of near Martin, after an ar- Tue dust storm near one o'clock dcnt courtship of 11 months of Miss Sunday afternoon caused considerable 10L1"C , u-a6"-v. alarm. Several families took refuge BUllin. a BOCie oeilB 01 lUB tum" with the Geo. Botts family in their munitv' secured her consent ? mar" storm house. Others shut up their " " V" T homes and sought sr.fety in the open. Rcscce Kltchell an,l wife, Mrs. Mrs. T. C. Callicott, together with Misses Alberta Kltchell and Lillian Callicott are in home from a motor left her home in a car on the after- non of Dec. 6, 1920, ostensibly to visit friends in the community," but really to get married. Going to Union City license was obtained and the ceremony performed, and they re- trip lo w . .. turned to tho home of a relative of party were guests or jesse Kitcnen, a near kinsman. The remains of Mr. Joe Stovall the groom at Martin, to spend the night. i ; i ; 1 It was shown that about one hour ooooooooooooo f , I j "First Aid for Every Home "PROM the little things 1 JL that keep you well to the things that make you well, you will find this 1 6tore complete in every de- I tail of its service. Keep sickness away by I keeping on hand such things as we can suggest. For cuts, burns and bruises, have a real first aid remedy. Stock up well with the sanitary bandages, antisep tic bandages, etc., . that first aid needs require. Services t such as suggesting these things is bu6 a part of our ob every day. In addition you 11 find us a ready source of supply for hundreds of "First Aids to the Home." TITBSREAFFER Fountain Pen is typical of the quality of our merchandise. The pen that "always writes all ways" is like the quality that is "al ways the same always." "And the SBEAFFER Sharp-Point Pencil' t at good at the Pen" Ask for a demonstration 6f both. werer placed in the Clemmons cem- after they arrjvea in Martin that etery Monday. Mr. Stovall a few F1 d Warwath and wife, who was a years back came from the middle part 8lster of tne went to where of the State and at uis death was on Waiker ani his new wife had stopped a farm In No. 13. Mr. Stovall was and got down on thelr knee8 to the only 32 years old. For several montns new Mr8 Waiker( informing her that he was strickrn witli taberculosis. her mother was c1ying at homo be He was a member of the Christian cau8e- of her marriage, and begged Ch"rch. I her to eo home with them to her Mr... Claude Wordy, homo from bedside. After much persuasion, and Columbia, reports seeing Rev. Bill I over the vehement an violent pro Robinson, a well-known Cumbeiland tests of the groom, the bride was Probbyteriari minister, who, now an taken back to her father, L. T. Smith, octogenarian still actively occupies where she has since remained. That the pulpit. ' Rev. and Mrs. Robmson night and next morning, with assist live in Texas and vecently celebrated ance of friends, Walker undertook White Shoe Safifco RIGHT now, as the summer begins to advance with its heat and discomfort, we know that you will appreciatethis offering of white shoes. '9 THERE are so many new styles to show you that we cannot begin to illustrate or describe them all here. We are showing typical models that will give you a general idea of our big stock. Come in and look.. You will be delighted with the showing. j CTRAP and buckle pumps in light turn soles or ex ceedingly flexible welt bottoms. Many of the new models) have ornaments and brilliant buck les on the straps. All of the new styles are the famous J. & K 'Joot-fitting and, arch-fitting specialties. We cordially invite every discriminating'woman who enjoys looking at real art in footwear to come in and inspect our immense stock. Special reduced prices on several lots of White Straps, Oxfords and Pumps, reduced $1.00 to $2.00 a pair. W. G. Qagett Company 'otiei of Bnuffal Miteta of ffllef Pursuant to Section 1195-A1 of Shannon's Code of Tennes- irnf"3,'S: tZ'e Z, ZJ'ZtoM I"" see notice is hereby given that a General Registration of all voters of the 6th, 13th and 16th Civil Districts of Obion from the 8th Day of August to the 18th Day of August, 1921, inclusive, and between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and - 9:00 p. nv Commissioners of Election. cf? .K8 I it a xA man never realizes the worthless ness of his earthly possessions until he tries to pawn them. . Some girls make their gowns, and the girls of some other girls make them. .. Ladies' 20-4t Missionary Society, M. E. Church Second: A womlerful picture Playhouse Monday. at I No Service. There will bo no prea?binj service I Spony lovers make quite a stir in at tho M- E- s- Churc!i on next Sun- hpublic. Wyh isn't a lunatic asylum allowed Pastor to take sane people. day on account of the absence of tho J. L. FRY, I Chairman of Board. CASH CASH bride vore a gift from will regret to kiior; Mrs. R.ibinson is sister-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd County, Tennessee, will be held in the respective Districts fatally 111, ana cxrreeses the wish Warmath, for $20,000 as damages for that she may spend her list days alienating the affections of his wife. back in Tennessee. The case was hotly contested, but Friday of last week W. A. McNeill the young woman testifying upon be- entcrtained kinspoople and a few half of her father and mother "spill- friends in an all day outing at his erl the beans" for tho i.rcsecution. farm, Wildwood, west of town! Tfiere She stated that she realized in an were plenty cf swings for the chil- hour that she had made a fatal mia dren and a well-laden festal board at take-by the marriage, that she left noon, including plenty of well bar- her husband of her own accord, that becued tneat. Th.s has become an neither her father and mother, or annual picnic that is greatly enj-tyed brother-in-law or sister, or any other by attendants. We are told this ia person in any manner persuaded her the seventh ye ir of its institution, to leave, but that on the other hand Mr. and Mm. W. J. McNeill, of! she left him of her own accord, and i i Huntsviile, Ala., aged parents of Mr. that they had nothing to do with it. McNeill, here spending ine summer That her father and mother really together with other contemporaries had advised her, if she desired, she in age of this vicinity, were guests could return to her husband, and of honor. r i nothing would be dono to prevent it, and she and she alone was responsi- N0TICE TO CREDITORS. ble for her actions. The Jury ook ' her suggestions as To tho creditors of the estate of Jake being true and found the Issues D. Caldwell, deceased: against any recovery, releasing the You are hereby notified that on defendants from any obligations. tho 21st day of June,-19 21, I the un- Large crowds have been in attena- dcrsigned Mrs. Lillian Caldwell, xr&a ance upon the trial and mucn ln- duly appointed and qualified as the terest was manifested. J.W.Rankin, administratrix of said estate, and or Martin; J. E. Jone3, or Dresden, you and each of you are hereby noti- instituted the suit as counsel, while ficd and require 1 to file yor.r claims L. C. Hanning3, Esq., of Martin, ap- agalnst sold estate with the Clrrk of peared for defendants. no ffnintTf Pnnrt nf Ohi.-Tl fVvrtv. v.w, . , , mrrrn ht enure Tennessee, on or before the 5th day J-ww oua Ansiist. 1922. dulv verified and Fir3t: A benefit for tho proven as requir:-. 1 by l?.w. Thi i August 1, 1921. MRS. LILLIAN CALDWELL, Administratrix of tile Estate of Jake D. Caldwell, deceased. ANOTHER SPECIAL Genuine Palm Beach Pants for Men and Boys. Big lot just received for Men $4.95 Big lot just received for Boys ...$1.25 to $1.95 A. E. KI RfiL AND GENTS FURNISHINGS Makes old men young, and young men younger CASH CASH T 7 i i V" r i f 1 i il If A 7T