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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
Woodfin Brothers' Grocery. . FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1922. A new grocery on Main street. Prices right. Call and see us. Phone 235. 48-tf RIYES NEWS. h f. -Frank Vaden has been in home on the sick list. Miss Jewell Cravens was over from Gardner Saturday. Mrs. Warmuth is here from Ala bama visiting Miss Gladys Womack. Mrs. C. Bonner was hostess Tues day afternon to the M. E. Missionary Society. Miss Milner, of Fulton, was a re cent visitor over night with Mrs. Les lie Shore. Misses Hattie Mai Clemmons and Florence Botts were end-of-the-week visitors in Fulton. Elder Love, from Fresno, Cal., was thru here this week taking subscrip tions to the Gospel Advocate. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Burney Roan were" down visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Bittick this wek. fiss Eullne Cummings is spending end of the week in Memphis, the gmist of friends in West Tennessee .Normal. W. A. McNeill and E. E. Shore were in over Sunday with homefolks. Mr. McNeill was called back to East Tennessee. Messrs. T. C. Callicott, R. L. Har . per and Gus Callicott were members of Presbytery in session at Kenton this week. Mrs. Cravens was out of the ' School room part of this week to be ' with her mother, Mrs. Childress, a victim of flu. Mrs. Jas. McLeskey, of Union City, comes down Monday to assist Harper & Shore in the big week of the sea son, the "Rag Sale." Mrs. Florence McNeill and chil dren are recovering from an attack of flu. The family of Orie Brown is also convalescent of this epidemic. Mesdames Laura Hutcherson and T. C. Callicott and Misses Ima Lee Holloway, Missie Harris and Euline Cummings went down to Kenton for Presbyterian program Wednesday af ternoon. ' ' The Book Club was delightfully entertained in a two course luncheon Saturday by Mrs. Phebus, who in re ceiving was assisted by Miss Ruby Skiles. Two papers, "The Guianas," ' by Mrs. E. E. Shore, and "Pearl Fisheries," by Mrs. Allan Wade, were interesting indeed. Miss Lizzie Stitt, of Union City, was a recent visitor with Miss Mar ' tlia Wade. Other vsitors for the day of -Miss Wade were Mesdames Floys ' Carter, Moss Fisher, T. P. Callicott, Mamie Phebus, Herbert Shore and Miss Jessie Callicott., Tho this party had to motor over flooded roads, they ; say they have no regrets. Good, din ner? Yes! Rives High School opens the base- "ball season (to-day) Friday with a game with the Union City Training School on the latter's baseball field, with a return game here Friday, Mar. 24. The lineup for Rives will be as follows: s. s., Palmer; 2 b., Coates, D.; 1. f., Callicott; 1 b., Smith-, 3 b., Coates, "O.; c. f., Weatherspoon; r. f., Stovall; c, Witherspoon; p., Jen nings. Substitutes: Osborn," Smith, Elam. The baseball management ex- presses appreciation to all contribut ing to the subscription for organiza tion qf.team. The suits are truly sporty, , in appearance. The team takes pleasurable pride in the oppor tunity afforded by the season's trips abroad to utilize the advertising por tions of the uniform for our wide-awake commercial interests, as fol lows: Harper &'Shore, Chief's Place, Rives Tile Co., Illinois Central R." R. Co., Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co., Dan Smith's Transfer Friday night, the 24th, "Dutch Jake," a drama in three acts, will be given at Stovall 's Schoolhouse for benefit of school. Admission popular prices of 15c and 25c. With the ex ception of Miss Annie Mai Starnes, one of the faculty, who, as Maud El len, is heroine of the play, the per sonnel is made up entirely of outside talent, who take the following char acters: Mr. and Mrs. Fay, Calvin Stovall and Mrs. Bess Council; Harry Thule, Bristol Hall; Ella Thule, Mrs. Norman Hailey; Jake Snyder, the hero, Lyle Garrison; Henry Crinley, the villain, Carmi Davis. Exploitata tion of a mining stock rakeoff and exposure of same by Dutch Jake forms the main thread of the plot. 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WEHMAN'S NOTICE OF QUALIFICATION AS ADMINISTRATOR W.C.T.TJ. The Woman's Christian Temper ance Union will have a meeting in commemoration of Gen. Neal Dow on March 17 at 3:00 p.m. in the base ment of the Methodist Church. The white ribbon service will be observed. They will be assisted by Revs. Cun ningham, Evans, Baker, Pickens and Mathis. The music will be furnished by Misses Allen and Thomas, the male quartette and the Rally Song by Miss Callie Howell's school chil dren. Reading will be given by Miss Mattie Beauton Hopper. The public is cordially invited and urged to re main during the social hour which will follow the program. Light re freshments will be served. In the last quft Burdicka. Phone M. E. Junior Missionary Society. Let all the Juniors take notice and be on hand Sunday afternoon at 2:30 to hear the delegate's report of the meeting in Paris last week and see what was sent us for being on .the "honor roll' last year. We will start our contest for attendance and want every member to be present. VIVIAN DAHNKE, Supt. of Publicity. Widower Congratulated "Since my wife's death, five years ao, I have suffered greatly from stomach and liver trouble and gas attacks. I lost over 50 lbs., and at times was as yellow as saffron. My doctors could not help me. Six doses of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy have entirely cured me. I have legained my wMght and everyone is congratu lating me how well I look." It is a simple, harmless preparation that re moves the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflam mation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ail ments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money re funded. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store and druggists everywhere. LAND SALE. TYPEWRITERS Cleaned and Repaired. Staf fords Superfine Ribbors Cumb. phone 317 S. E. BYRN A. M. Nugent et al. vs. City National Bank. In Chancery Court at Un ion City, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chancery Court at Union City made at Chambers, term 1922, in the above styled case, ,1 will, on Saturday, the 1st day of April, 1922, at 1 o'clock. at the intersection of Paschall street and State Line street, in the town of South Fulton, sell to the highest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being town lots ly ing and being in the 16th Civil Dis trict of Obion County, Tenn., within the corporate limits of South Ful ton, and described as follows: Tract No. 1. Beginning at a stake on Paschall street, thence south 100 feet to a stake on an alley, thence west with said alley 61 feet to a stake on the line with the City Cala boose lot, thence north 100 feet to a stake on an all y, thence east 61 feet to the beginning. Tract No. 2. Located in ttc same county, State, municipality and Civil District aforesaid, and located on the west side of Paschall street. Begin ning at James McFadden's east cor ner, runs thence west 104 feet to the Phipps and Murphey lot, thence south to Hashen corner, thence east 104 feet to an alley, thence north 40 Tract No. 3. Located in the same county, district, municipality and State aforesaid. Beginning at a stake on said Paschall street, R. N. Phipps N.E. jcorner, thence north with said street 125 feet to a stake on an alley, thence west 82 feet to a stake, .thence south 125 feet to Phipps northwest corner, thence east 82 feet to the beginning, including an 18 foot alley on the south side of said lot belonging to the city of South Fulton. Tract No. 4. Located in the same county, district, municipality and State as aforesaid. Beginning at a stake on an alley running east and west with what is known as the John Payne lot, thence west with the said alley 100 feet to James McFadden's northeast corner, thence south with the said McFadden's line 51 feet to a stake, thence east with McFadden's 100 feet to a stake, thence North with the Blythe and Milner lot 51 feet to the beginning. Tract No. 5. Located in the same county, district, municipality and State as aforesaid. Beginning at the southwest corner of the blacksmith shop on the J. P. Swann lot, thence north 125 feet to an alley, thence west with said alley 10 feet to J. P. Swann lot, thence south 125 feet, thence east 10 feet to the beginning. This 7th day of February, 1922. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Commissioner. Pierce and Fry, Solicitors. To the creditors and beneficiaries of the estate of W. T. (Billy) Cal houn, deceased: You, especially the creditors of said estate, are hereby notified that I, Henry Calhoun, was this day, March the 6th, duly ap pointed and qualified as the adminis trator of the estate of the said W. T. Calhoun, in the County Court of Obion County, Tenn.; and all persons having claims against said estate, whether due or not, are hereby no tified to file same with R. H. Bond, Clerk of the County Court of Obion County, Tenn., duly authenticated and verified as by law prescribed within one year from the date of this notice (March 6, 1922). 50-4t This March 6, 1922. HENRY CALHOUN, Administrator of W. T. Calhoun, deceased. To Guy B. Howard, Mattie Howard, Mrs. Lou A. Reeds, individually and as trustee, C. A. Karmire, in dividually and as trustee, Ed Thomas and the Northwestern Mu tual Life Insurance Company. First National Bank of Fulton Ken tucky, vs. Guy B. Howard et al. In the Chancery Court at Union City, Tenn. It appearing from the bill in this case, which is sworn to, that Guy B. Howard is justly indebted to the First National Bank of Fulton, Ken tucky, the complainant, in the sum of $6189.80, and interest, due by three promissory notes, and ten percent attorney's fee thereon, and that he resides out of the State of Tennessee, and in the Sta.e of Mis sissippi; and an attachment ha;ing been issued and levied on the de fendant's property in Obion County, Tenn., to-wit: 40 acres of land, in the 16th Civil District of said county. and a Counterpart Attachment hav ing been issued to Dyer County, Tenn., and levied on the defendant, Guy Howard's, interest in 226 acres of land in the 9th Civil District of said county; and it further appear ing that the defendants Mattie How ard, Mrs. Lou A. Reeds, C. A. Kar mire, Ed Thomas, and tho North western Mutual Life Insurance Com pany are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, Mattie Howard is a resident of the State of Mississippi, Mrs. Lou A. Reeds, C. A. Karmire and Ed Thomas, are residents of the State of Kentucky, and The North western Life Insurance Company, in corporated, is a resident of the State of Wisconsin, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon any of said defendants; it is there fore hereby ordered that publication be made for four consecutive weeks in THE COMMERCIAL, a newspaper of general circulation, published in Union City, Obion County, Tennessee, requiring the said defendants to ap- ' pear before the Obion County Chan cery Court on the 3rd Monday of April, 1922, it being a rule day of said Court, and make defense to the I uiii liicui atimai 1. 11 in in ting uau&e, otherwise said bill will be taken for confessed, and the cause proceeded with exparte. 51-lt This March 15, 1922. GEO. A. GIBBS, C. & M. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. M. M. Miles, Solicitor. REAL ESTATE SALE. WE WELCOME YOU. J. C. Adkisson vs. J. A. Foulks et al. In the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tennessee. By virtue of a Venditioni Exponas issued to me in the above styled case by the Clerk of said Court, ordering and commanding nie as Sheriff to ex pose the house and lot mentioned and described therein to sale to sat isfy the Judgment therein rendered for debt, and costs together with the cost of the motion for condem nation, I the said Sheriff will on Saturday, April 1, 1922, at the east door of the courthouse in Union City, Tenn., at about 1:30 o'clock p.m., offer said house and lot for sale to the highest and best bid der for cash, which lot and house is situated in the village of Harris Sta tion, in Civil District No. 1 of Obion County, Tennessee, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a stake on the line of the right of way of the Illinois Cen tral Railroad, and runs thence South 144 feet to a stake on Holman's West boundary line; thence East 140 feet to a stakes thence North 144 feet t a stake on said railroad right of way; thence West with said railroad right of way 140 feet to the beginning, containing one-half acre, and being the same lot sold and conveyed to the defendant, Mrs. O. E. FOulks by J. J. Falkner and levied on as her proper ty. J. W. CHERRY, Sheriff. By C. L. Han-is. D. . This March 6, 1922. 5?-3t 49 ' . : I : H I t 3 A i i 4 f