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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921. NOH-RESIDENT NOTICE. Mrs. Lema James et al. vs. Mrs. M. C. Goad. In the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, before the Hon. J. B. Waddell. County Judge, holding the County Court at Union City, Tennessee. In this cause it appearing from the petition, which is sworn to, that Mrs. Verna Goad St. Amand and hus band, Francis St. Amand, citizens and residents of the State of .Mis sissippi, and Blanch Goad and Fred Goad, citizens of the State of Texas, .are non-residents of the State of Ten nessee, so that the ordinaryprocess of law cannot be had upon them, they are therefore hereby required toappear on or before the Fourth Monday in September, 1921, before the County Judge at his office in Un ion City, Tennessee, and make de fense to the petition, which is filed against them and others in said Court, or otherwise said petition will be taken fot confessed as to them. This August 24, 1921. 22-4t - R. H. BOND, Clerk. L. C. Hannlngs, Solicitor. LOCAL AND PERSONAL- LAND SALE. Mrs. Myrtle Craig et al. vs. Edris Iona Craig. In Chancery Court at Union City, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree of 'the Chancery Court at Union City, made at the April Term, 1921, in the above styled case, I will, on Saturday, the 24th day of September, 1921, at Un . Ion City, in front of the Courthouse, sell to the highest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being lots Noa. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 in block No. 5, on the plat of the town of Obion, Obion County, Tenn., lying and being in the 15th C'vll District of Obion County, Tenn., on the corner of Obion and 10th street, of said town, and described as follows: On which lots there is a one story residence. TERMS OF SALE. Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months, taking two notes in equal amount with personal se curity bearing interest from date of Haiti ai o per uem per huuuui, wuu a vendor's lien retained on the same an further security" for the payment of said note. The purchaser to pay the taxes for the year 1921. This 23d day of August, 1921. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Commissioner. A. J. Harpole, Solicitor. TO GEORGE S. ALLEN. Dr, W. M. Turner vs. W. A. Nailling et als. In Chancery Court, Obion County, Tenn. It appearing from the bill in this case which is sworn to that the de fendant, Geo. S. Allen is Justly In debted to the complainant W. M. Turner: That he has absconded end Is absconded and is concealing him self; that he has removed himself from this State: that he resides outl of the State. And an attachment having been issued and levied on the defendant's (Geo. S. Allen's) prop erty, it is ordered that publication be made for four consecutive weeks in the Union City Commercial, re quiring the said defendant to appear before the Clerk and Master of the said Chancery Court on the 3rd Mon day of September next, that being a regular rule day of said court, ana make his defense to the bill filed against him in this cause, otherwise said bill will be taken for confessed and the cause proceeded with ex parte. GEO. A. GIBBS, 2l-4t Clerk and Master, This August 10, 1921. " C. N. and H. H. Lannom; Solicitors for Complainant. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. J. F. McMichael vs. S. T. Evans et ' als. In the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause, it ap pearing to the Clerk & Master from the amended bill which is sworn to, that the defendants, Mrs. Mary Grymes and her husband,' Herman Grymes, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, and are residents of the State of Kentucky, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on them. It is therefore hereby ordered by me, G. A. Gibbs, Clerk & Master of said Court, that the above named de tendants appear before me, at my office in the courthouse in Union City, Tenn., on or before the Third Monday in September, 1921, that be lng a rule day of the Court, and make defense to the original and said amended bill of complaint, or the same will be taken for confessed ty them, and the cause set for hear ing ex-parte aa to them. It is further ordered that publica tion of this notice be .made for four consecutive weeks In The Commer cial, a weekly newspaper published "In Obion County, Tennessee. This August 18th, 1921. 21-4t GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk & Master. A. J. Harpole, Solicitor for Com plainant. Montr beh without question if HUNT'S GUARANTEED 1 1 SKIN DI8BA8 REMEDIES Ml (Huaf Sl and Soap), fell ia r th treatment of Iteb. Baaama. 'A Rincworm,TattararotharHea-i.-l.la dWuM. Tr laia raatawot at auf rifk. CO3'S CORNER DRUG STORE. 7tf Mr. and Mrs. Clide McAdoo were in Fulton Friday. Miss Annie Veltman, of Paris, was a visiter this week.- " 666 curc3 Bilious Fever. Col. Harvey Hogg, of Nashville, was down this week. 666 cures Malarial Fever. J. M. Russell has returned from a visit to Dawson Springs. Mrs. C. H. Sharp, of Rutherford, was a visitor Wednesday. Rub-My-Tism kills pain. Miss Marie Sedberry has returned from a visit to Mississippi. Mr. Ben Hale, of Hickman, was a business visitor Wednesday. Go to Corum's Cafe for Bread and Cakes Baked Daily. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Taylor, of Mar tin, were in the city Tuesday. i Miss Mary Wayne Naylor la very sick thi3 week with a relapse of fe ver. Subscriptions taken for all mag aaines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 501. 37-4 J. H-. McRee, of Maiden, Mo., is in the city this week visiting relatives and friends. Attorneys H. E. Jones and R. L. Suddarth, of Dresden, were in the city Wednesday. Paramount Pictures every day next week at the Playhouse. Mrs. Maggie Allman, of Gleason, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. T. Love lace, North Ury street. Mrs. W. P. Rogers was called to Waverly on account of the death of her sister, Mrs. Traylor. New vamp veils, the latest fancy in styles at Mrs. Arnn's. Miss Doris Kirkman entertained at home, East Main road, with a hay ride last Tuesday evening. M. A. Kaufman lias returned from the markets after a season of buying for the store in Union City. -Don't fail to visit McElroy's Blackboard Sale. Sale starts Satur day. Sept. 3 to Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones, of Hick man, and Mrs. John F. Ford, of Cai ro, were in the city Sunday. Rub-My-Tism kills infection. Mrs. B. F. Lane, Jr., of St. Louis, was. a visitor in the city this week with relatives and friends. Horseshoeing at Martin Schmidt's reduced to $1.76 old shoes $1.00. Your patronage appreciated. Mrs. J. R. Moffatt, Miss Maude Moffatt and Master Brice Moffatt, of Troy, were In the city Wednesday Mrs. Bethel Cockrill, of Jackson, is a visitor in Union City, this week with her mother, Mrs. A. B. Morgan. Mr. Embrey Beck Is at home this week arranging his sample cases for another trip for the Childs Specialty House. Don't fall to visit' McElroy's Blackboard Sale. Sale starts Satur dry. Sept. 3 to Sept. 10. Mrs. Ray Cochran, of Columbus, Ohio, was called home on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. F. W. Pardue. - Miss Eva Lee, who has been spend ing the summer in Chautauqua, N. Y., is visiting her brother, J. W. Woodard. Don't fail to see the new styles in hats and millinery at Mrs. Arnn's. Everything right and moderately priced. , Mrs. A. J. Scates has returned from New York City, where she has been waiting on patron3 of the Childs Spe cialty House. 666 cures a Cold quickly. J. P. Verhine is home from New York City, receiving new goods shipped to Morgan-Verhine Co. for the fall trade. Two shows only, "Inside the Cup." Matinee 2:30 p.m. Evening 8:00 p.m. All scats reserved. Buy now before they are ail gone. Miss Cozette Maiden, of Dresden. was a visitor in the city this week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wakefield, Ury street. . Mrs. J. H. Robey, of Nashville, and J Mrs. I. J. Howard, of Number Seven were in the city last' week visiting Mrs. W. H. Forrester. Paramount week Sept. 5 to Sept. 10, inclusive. Playhouse. Mr. and Mrs." Leo. Grobinger and Mrs. A. L. Grobinger, of Forest City, Ark., were in the city this week as I guests at the Palace Hotel-. Messrs. Wright, Pierce and El- dridge Pardue are all home this week on account of the' extreme illness of their mother, Mrs. F. W. Pardue. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Scott have re turned from Jackson, Miss. They are home again after several months I residence in Louisiana and Missisalp-I Pi. the Union City The meeting at the Methodist Church in Union City closed Wednes day night with a general revival of interest in the church and the Chris tian religion. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Clark have re turned from Pontotoc, Miss., where Mrs. Clark end children Lave been spending the sunnier with relatives and friends. New sport hats and all the new features in millinery at Mrs. Arnn's. Mr. and Mr3. Charles Hcppner gave a theatre party Monday evening to neighbors and friends. About twenty five attended and enjoyed the show at the Playhouse. The State Highway Commissioners were in the city this week, going down to Clayton to examine the work now being done on and Reelfoot Lake road. -Only two shows "Inside " the Cup." Matinee 2:30; evening 8:00. We start on the dot. Jack McAlister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAlister, is at Nailling's Hospital, having undergone an op eration for appendicitis. The young man is reported doing well. Mrs. Geraldine Montgomery ani son, Gerald, of Greenwood, Miss., ar rived Wednesday from Denver, Colo., where they have been visiting Mrs. Montgomery's oister. The visitors will remain in Union City for a short time with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Car ter. Paramount Pictures all week beginning Sept. 5. Jinmile's Play house. A meeting of the Knight Templars in Union City this week at the Ma sonic Lodge was held with a special delegation from Dyersburg as fol lows: A. M. Stamm, M. A. Stephens, K. W. Rogers. H. A. Nelson, L. D Hamner, S. O. Finley, . Roger Daw son, L. W. Dawson, O. Z. Crumpler, Jess Jenkins, O. B. A. Rice! From Ripley, Judge Colin P. McKinney. -Mrs. Arnn announces a consid erable reduction thia fall in the prices of hats and materials for head dress. - Everything late and first class. Mrs. O. B. Newman and daughter, of Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs, Clay Shelton, of Mayfield, and Mr Ralph Quinn, of Tiptonvllle, were over this week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Quinn on Palm er street. The visitors were here to meet Mr. E. F. Quinn, of Binning ham, father of Mrs. Newman and the host, F. E. Quinn, in a reunion of relatives. Last week the party en Joyed a trip to Mayfield, former home of E. F. Quinn,- who had not been there, in a number of years. Mr, Quinn saw many changes and new faces. The trip was greatly enjoyed i &.Marx J Ctothes Lmi w i ill m m TIGE AND TIOE SAT: PRICES OF HARDWARE HAVE DECLINED AT WEHMAN'S. CLEANUP SALE. Special Bargains for Monti) of September. ' Thousands of articles everyday use at prices LOWER than ever before. in Everything will go at these "unheardof prices. Visit Old Hickory while at tending the State Fair. Write for price list and make your selections NOW. Old Hickory Retail Store Nashville Industrial Corporation JACKSONVILLE, TENNESSEE. THE STYLES YOU FOR FALL WANT COATS have lower openings; longer, narrower lapels; softer draping. Two or three button models are good; some have belts. Double-breasted suits are popular too. And remember that all-wool fabrics and good tailoring are the right basis for good style. You'll get it all in clothes sold by us. Wonderful values at $30, $35 and $40. W. Q. Glag-ett Co ii Satisfaction guaranteed or money back C. P. Church Notes. Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock.. Morning and evening worship at the regular hour. Dr. McRee will lecture at the evening hour on his observations In Europe. The public is cordially invited to hear this high ly Instructive lecture. Junior Christian Endeavor, 3 p.m. Senior Christian Endeavor, 7 p.m. An interesting hour full of music, snappy talks on the problems that modern young people face. SALE FREE. If you are in need of a sewing ma chine try the Singer out in your home. Free trial, and we sell on real easy payments If you do not want to pay cash. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, Resolutions of Respect. We, your committee, desire to place on record the deep and keen sense of sorrow and bereavement of the Obion County Teachers' Institute occasioned by the deaths of Miss Nannie" Hamilton and Mr. O. L. Weaks. , For several years they have been efficient teachers in Obion County, When attending the meetings of the Obion County teachers they contrib uted much by their genial personal! ty, deep Interest in the profession and broad outlook upon the world. Be it resolved: 1. That in the deaths of Miss Nan nie Hamilton and Mr. Weaks the county institute mourns the loss of these teachers, who endeared them selves to all. 2. That we bow in humble sub mission to Him who doeth all things well and say "Even so, Father for seemeth good in thy s gat." 3. That a copy of these- resolutions bo given the family of. each and a copy be entered on the books of the Obion County Teachers' Institute. ' Committee, , CALLIE HOWELL. MRS. W. H. CRAVEN. MR. N. L. WILLIAMS. HEMSTITCHING. We do hemstitching and Plcotlng for the public. All work, done promptly by experienced operator. Mail oriers given special attention. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Union City, Tenn. 5-tf Cumberland Phone 232. NOTICE OF Union City Steam Laundry By virtue of a mortgage executed and delivered by E. L Brown and wife, Oct 1, 1920, to the undersigned. T. L. Met calfe, which mortgage is duly registered in the office of the Register of Obion County, Tenju. in Book 9-N, Page 423, to which reference hereby made, which was given on the property hereinafter described to secure the prompt payment of $7250.00 in notes to the said - Metcalfe, described in said mortgage, being 70 notes in the sum of $100.00 each, payable monthly after date, and one note of $1 50.00 due 72 months after date, all of which bore interest from and after April I, 1921, payable semi-annually, and said instrument providing that failure to meet said notes promptly when due, would at the option of the legal holder without "notice, mature all of. said notes, and the undersigned, T. L Metcalfe, having exer cised said option and said entire debt being now wholly due and unpaid, under and by the power and authority vested in me by said instrument, I will, Monday, September 12, 1921, at 10J. it., sell to the highest bidder for cash, all of the hereinafter d cribed property to wit All of the "fixtures, desks, counters, scales. shelving, washing machines, Ironing machines and all other machinery and fixtures, goods and wares and materials now in and about said Laundrv. or used in connection therewith; all delivery wagons. horses, etc., laundry baskets and containers used In connection with said laundry business. Said sale will be held in the Concrete Block, on East Church Street, in Union City, Tenn, where said business ia now located. Any inquiries addressed to me will be promptly answered and the laundry may be inspected by calling at the place of business in Union City, Tenn. This Sept I, 1921. T. L. METCALFE, HopkinsvSiJv, Ky,