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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn
FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1922.
AN ORDINANCE.
-An ordinance to repeal street im
provement ordinances as follows:
Street Improvement Ordinance No,
1 for the improvement of First street
In Union City, Tennessee from the
outh line of Harrison street to the
north line of Main street in said
town, all of Baid section of
8a id street to be improved
by repairing, draining, curb
ing, guttering and paving with as
phaltic concrete on concrete founda
tion and doing all necessary work in
cident to such improvement; passed
May 17th, 1921, confirmed June 7th,
1921;
Street Improvement Ordinance No.
2 for the improvement of Main street
In the town of Union City, Tennes
see, from the east line of First street
to the west line of Ury street in said
town, all of said section of said street
to be improved by repairing, drain
ing, curbing, guttering and paving
with asphaltic concrete on concrete
foundation and doing all nececssary
-work Incident to such improvement;
passed May 17th, 1921, confirmed
June 7th, 1921;
Street Improvement Ordinance No.
'3 for the improvement of Ury street
In the town of Union City, Tennessee,
from the south line of Mill street to
the north line of Cheatham street in
-said town, all .of said section of said
street, to be improved by repairing,
draining, curbing; guttering and
paving with asphaltic concrete on
concrete foundation and doing all
necessary work incident to such im
provement; passed May 17th, 1921,
confirmed June 7th, 1921;
Street Improvement Ordinance No.
4 for the improvement of First street
In the town of Union City, Tennes
see, from the north line of Main
street to the north line of Palmer
street in said town, all of said sec
tion of said street to be improved by
repairing, draining, curbing, gutter
ing and paving with asphaltic con
crete on concrete foundation and do
ing all necessary work . incident to
such improvement; passed May 3d,
1922;
And Street improvement ordi
nance No. 5, to provide for the im
provement Of Church street in the
town of Union City, Tennessee, from
the west line of Fifth street to the
East line of Cemetery street in said
town, all of said section of said street
to be improved "by repairing, drain
ing, curbing, guttering and paving
with asphaltic concrete on concrete
foundation and doing all necessary
work incident to such improvement;
passed May 3rd, 1922, and all pur
suant to Chapter 18 of the Acts of
the First Extra Session of the Legis
lature of the State of Tennessee for
the year 1913 and subsequent amend
ments thereto.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen
of Union City, Tennessee,' that Street
Improvement Ordinances as follows:
Street Improvement Ordinance No.
1 for the improvement of . First
street in the town of Union City,
Tennessee, from the south line of
Harrison street to the north line of
Main street in said town, all of
said section of said street to be im
proved by repairing, draining, curb-
In !
phaltic concrete on concrete founda-
PROPERTY OWNERS TAKE NO
TICE FRONT FOOT ASSESS
MENT NO. 6.
FIRST STREET,, in the town of Un
ion City, Tennessee), from the south
lino of Lee street to the north line
of Palmer street in said town.
Take notice that the Board of
Mayor and Alderraen of Union City,
Tennessee, on tho 10th day of May,
1922, passed a Street Improvement
Ordinance No. 6, providing for the
improvement of First street in the
toxin of Union CUy, Tennessee, from
the south lino of Lee street to the
north line of Palmer street, in
cluding intersections, by repairing,
draining, curbing, guttering and
paving with one of the following
specifications:. Concrete foundation
with asphaltic concrete topping,
Kentucky rock asphalt, bltulithic
or sheet asphalt, or on a gravel or
stone Macadam base or on a Telford
base, or by paving with concrete and
doing all work incident to such im
provement pursuant to Chapter 18
of the Acts of the First Extra Session
of the Legislature of the Stare of
Tennessee for the year 1913.
According to said ordinance and
said statute, two-thirds of the cost
of said improvement is to be borne
by the abutting property owners on
said street and the intersecting
streets, and one-third by the town
of Union City, Tennessee; And said
Board of Mayor and Aldermen will
meet at the Recorder's office In the
town of Union City, Tennessee, on
the 6th day of June, 1922, at 7:30
p.m., to hear any remonstrances or
protests against the making of said
improvement or improvements. Full
details, plans, specifications and' es
timates of the cost of said improve
ments will be on file at said Record
er's office on or before said date, sub
ject to the inspection of any proper
ty owner affected by such improve
ment. And on said date and at said
meeting all persons whose property
may be affected by such improve
ment may appear in person or by
attorney, or by petition, and p-otest
against thev making of such iniprovo
ment, the material to be uscl and
the manner of making the same.
Said ordinance is on file at the of
fice of the City Recorder, subject to
inspection by any person interested,
and said ordinance is also set out in
full in the Union City Commercial
of Friday, May 19th, 1922.
This May 12th, 1922.
J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor.
W. D. KEISER, City Recorder.
Published in the Union City Com
mercial, May 19, 1922.
PROPERTY OWNERS. TAKE NO
TICEFRONT FOOT ASSESS
MENT NO. 7.
CHURCH STREET, in the town of
Union City, Tennessee, from tho
west line of Second street to the
east line of Cemetery street in said
town. i
Take notice that the Board ,rof
Mayor and Aldermen of Union City,
Tennessee, on the 10th day of May,
1922, passed a Street Improvement
Ordinance No. 7, to provide for the
improvement of Church street in the
town of Union City, Tennessee, from
the west line of Second street to the
East line of Cemetery ,, street, in
cluding intersections, by repairing,
PROPERTY OWNERS TAKE NO.
TICE FRONT FOOT USSES
MENT NO. 8
MAIN STREET, in the town of Un
a ion City, Tennessee, from First
street to the east line of Ury street
in' said town.
Take notice that the Board of
Mayor and Aldermen of Union City,
Tonnessee, on the 10th day of May
1922, passed a Street Improvement
Ordinance No; 8, to provide for the
Improvement of Main street in tho
town of Union City, Tennessee, from
the east line of First street to the
east l'ne of Ury street, includ
ing intersections, by repairing,
draining, curbing, guttering and
paving with one of the following
specifications: Concrete foundation
with asphaltic concrete topping
Kentucky rock asphalt, bitulithtc
or sheet asphalt, or on a gravel or
stone Macadam base or on a Telford
base, or by paving with concrete an,d
doinsr all work incident to such lm
provement pursuant to Chapter 18
of the Acts of the First Extra Session
of the "Legislature of tne State of
Tennessee for the year 1913.
According to said ordinance and
said statute, two-third of the cost
of said improvement is to be borne
by the abutting property owners on
said street and the intersecting
streets, and one-third by the town
of Union City. Tennessee. And said
Board of Mayor and Aldermen will
meet at the Recorder's office in the
town of Union City,' Tennessee, on
the 6th day of June, 1922, at 7:30
p.m., to hear pny remonstrances or
protests against the making of said
improvement or improvements. Full
details, plans, specifications and es
timates of the cost of said improve
ments will be on file at said Record
er's office on or before said date, sub
ject to the inspection of any proper
ty owner affected by such improve
ruent. And on said date and at said
meeting all persons whose property
may be affected by such improve
ment may appear in person or by
attorney, or by petition, and protest
against the making of such' improve
ment, the material to be used and
the manner of making the same.
Said ordinance is on file at the of
flee of the City Recorder, subject to
inspection by any person interested
and said ordinance is also set out in
full in the Union City Commercial
of Friday, May 19th, 1922.
This May 12th, 1922.
J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor.
W. D. KEISER, City Recorder.
Published in the Union City Com
mercial, May 19, 1922.
Matinee Music Club,
The Matinee Music Club culmi
nated its study program for the rea
son on Saturday afternoon at the
home ofc Miss Hattie Mai Clemmons
Rives, the final subject being "Indian
HTnsir" " with an interestins- discourse
on "Folk Music of the Red Man'" by
the leader, Miss Willie Belle Mayes,
A pleasing feature of the meeting
was the splendid report from the
Tennessee Federation of Music Clubs
of the past week's convention at
Paris, Tenn., given by Miss Edith
Quinn, the club representative to the
State Federation. Miss Quinn was
especially gratified to report the high
standing of the Union City Matinee
Music Club in the federated body.
In appropos of such honorable rank
ing, a brief recapitulation of the ac
tivities of the past club season may
be presented:
The club has had a most success
ful year under the direction of its
president, Mrs. Thad Lee. With a
primary object and that to develop
and promote local talent, its unit or
membership, consisting of twenty
zealous musicians, compose an or
ganization that has been termed a
minute example of artistry. The gen
eral topic of study for the year
"Phases of Music," has been one of
the most Interesting ever conducted
by the club. It has included the fol-
draining, curbing, guttering and
guttering and paving with as-Npaying with one cf the following
tic concrete on concrete founda- ; specifications: Concrete foundation
tTon and doing all necessary work ; with asphaltic concrete topping,
incident to such improvement; Kentucky rock asphalt, bitulithic
passed May 17th, 1921, confirmed, or sheet asphalt, or on a gravel or
June 7th, 1921; (stone Macadam base or on a Telford
Street Improvement Ordinance No. ; base, or by paving with concrete and
2 for the improvement of Main . doing all work incident to such im
street in the town of Union City, ! provement pursuant to Chapter 18
Tennessee, from the east line of : of the Acts of the First Extra Session
First street to the west line of , of the Legislature of the State 6f
Ury street in said town, all of Tennessee for the year 1913.
said section of said street to be im-j According to said ordinance and
proved by repairing, draining, curb-8aJd statute, two-thirds of the cost
ing, guttering and paving with as- J of improvement is to be borne
phaltic concrete on concrete founda-: by the aDUtting property owners on
1:011 ami "i ii ctoout j ""'"- said street ana me intersecting , , siihlects- "Musical Life."
rMoJ7rnia ZV".!7 t?!!S;i "Music of Wonderland," "Art Mu-
t Y 1091. i01 unlon Juy' Aeuueasu- auu ""'"ic," "Humorous Music," "Music of
nion Nn Board of Mayor and Aldermen will j the Seasons," "Negro Lore and Spir
Street Improvernent Ordinance No raect at the Recorder's office in the ltual8 "Indian Music". These sub-
Irif ' , 'Z rm-nn rYtv ' town f Unln F7, "T Jects have been harmoniously rein
street in the wn of Union City ,the 6th day of JuDe, 1922, at 7:30 Jorced at each meeti wlth a mu
V nnrfi. iVn f P-- t0 near any remonstrances J sical program in keeping
Mill street to the north line of , rrotests against tho making of sa d , stll(ly 01ltline. -
T . ' "V ..- 7 fc- i l,mProTement or improvements. ruii The Matinee Mu9lc ciubhas de-
"t. " u details, plans, speculations ana eu- , volod much time and thought to com-
timates of the cost of said improve- j nlunjty wor Many calls from the
ments will be or ' f r commissions of the city are be
er's office on 0totmnld totert-, answeredj and realizing the truth
Ject to the inspection o any propei-. necessarily be
ty owner affected by ruch improve- 6omethin? of a phll'anthr0py, many
went And on said date and at sa d commun mug moTement8 have
meeting all persons wbobe Property ' confineg
of the club membership. An outline
of musical "first-aid" for the past
year includes piano, voice and organ
proved by repairing, draining, curb
ing, guttering and paving with as
phaltic concrete on concrete founda
tion and doing all necessary work
incident to such improvement;
passed May 17th, 1921, confirmed
June 7th, 1921;
Street Improvement Ordinance No.
4 for the improvement of First
street in the town of Union City,
Tennessee from the north line of
Main street to the north line of
with the
may be affected by such improve
ment may appear in person or by
attorney, or by petition, and nrote: t
asi7 uc , ; r' "I .numbers as club contributions to ma-
Palmer street in said town, all of T' 1"" Z, Sunday afternoon programs at
Paid section of said street to be im-l" cm Aior,rB t. nn fii at t. nf- i theatre, given under auspices or
nrnvpri hv rpnairinc. draining curb- . v, t ,t Kwt tn Christian Emdeavolr welfare work;
j,.w.- - x t J; CO JL IUC VI I, J UVi v .
ing, guttering and "paving with as
phaltic concrete on concrete founda
tion and doing all necessary work
Incident to such improvement;
nncuil Maw 5rf 1052
And Street Improvement Ordinance
No. 5 for the improvement of Church
street in the town of Union City,
Tennessee, from the west line of
Fifth street to . the east line of
Cemetery street in said town, all of
said section of said street to be im
proved by repairing, draining, curb
ing, guttering and paving with as
phaltic concrete on concrete founda
tion and, doing all necessary work
Incident to such improvement;
passed May 3d, 1922; and all pur
suant to Chapter 18 of the Acts of
the First Extra Session of the Legis
lature of the State of Tennessee for
the year 1913 and subsequent amend
ments thereto.
Are hereby repealed.
SECTION 2. Be it further ordain
ed that this ordinance take effect
from and after its passage, the wel
fare of the Corporation requiring it.
Passed and approved this 10th day
of May. 1922. s
J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor.
W. D. KEISER, Recorder. J
(Published in the Union City Com
mercial May 19, 1922.) '
I inspection uy any lumcic .,. . vlBnefit nf citv nlav-
and said ordinance is also set out in ' " "Ta
also four presentations of an operet-
full in the Union City Commercial
of Friday, May 19th, 1922.
This May 12th, 1922.
J. W. WOOSLEY,. Mayor.
W. D. KEISER, City Recorder.
Published in the Union City Com
mercial, May 19, 1922.
grounds; a benefit musicale given for
community nurse, as well as other
minor musical features contributed..
Realizing that the great mission of
every musical club is to develop taste
for good music, the Matinee Music
.Club has endeavored to fulfill Its
J mission by rendering a two-fold serv
J ice, namely, that of creating whole
t some musical ideals as well as giv
ing aid to the material needs of hu
manity. The musical program for the af
ternoon ; follows:
Voicer "A Mountain Madriftal"
UL'eurance), Miss Harper.
j Piano: "Arabesque" (Moszkowskl),
i Miss Woodrow.
Voice: "Moon Upon the Water"
(CPdman), Miss Beck.
Piano duet : "Hungary" ( Koelling) ,
; Misses Botts and Clemmons.
j Voice: "Lullaby" (Lieurance),Miss
! Covington. '
t-, TT , i Piano: (a) "The Peace Pipe" (Ale-
Dr (J. k iJnfinlirCn tha M. Bonner), (b) "The Birch Ca-
1 noe," Miss I
THE MILLING fiOSPITAl
SEVENTH YEAR '
A Modern Surgical Institution.
Competent Trained Nurses
DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeor.
Union City, Tfmn: Both Phones 41.'
Telephones:
Cumberland 461
County 262 . . .
DENTIST
Over Mrs. Arnn's Millinery Store
Union City, : : ' Tenn-
noe,' Miss Bonner.
. Voice: "Robin, Sing Me a Song"
(Spross), Mrs. Lee.
The meeting closed with a delight
ful salad and Ice course served by
the hostess.
DELINQUENT
TAX-PAYERS
TAKE NOTICE
On the First Monday in June,
next, I will turn over to the Comptroller
of the Treasury a list of all delinquen
real estate taxes as Bbown by the records
in my office, and on said day under tb
law an additional penalty of 5 per cen
will accrue on the gross amount of tax
es, interest and penalties now provided
by law. The following is a list of such
delinquents, the district in which the
property is situated and the number of
acres, etc., in each tract, as follows:
Number 1 State and County.
Dave Adkinson, 1 lot $ 4.36
T. 8. Cloys, 50 acres 45.61
Mrs. Sudie Debow, 142 acres.. 95.02
Richard Dunn, 2 lots . 2.85
Dorrell Y. Harris, 8 lots 6.17
Mrs. Viola Jenkins, 1 lot 1.52
Lucy Nailing, 1 lot .95
C. B. Naylor, 27 acres 15.20
S. E. Rives, 135 acres.. 45.60
Mrs. Lelia Keeks heirs, 1 lot 1.91
T. H. Sammons, 116 acres 84.54
Dr. W. M. Taylor, 47 acres 25.63
T. J. Vincent, 12 acres 6.65
S. T. Wade, 91 acres 86.47
Coyl Wade. 350 acres 319.25
c ir r col at m
S. H.
Murlin Woodfin, 1 acres 1.90
Number 2 State and County,
H. L. Curlin, 137 acres $142.54
Criss Cross, 2 lots .76
S. A. Debow, 120 acres 139.01
R. J. Davis, 1 lot
Oliver Davis heirs, 1 lot...
Will Davis, 1 lot
Lee Frazier, 4 lots
2.28
1.51
1.90
1.90
E. R. Holt, 86 acres 68.42
R, E. McKelvey, 68 acres... 46.62
Will P. Noah, 24 acres 26.65
.95
.95
41.81
.95
1.42
2.86
3.80
Anna Neely, col., 1 lot ...
Cato Paschall, 1 lot
J. W. Roberts, 44 acres.
John Roland, 2 lots
Marshall Smith, col., 1 lot.
Geo. Threlkeld, col., 1 lot.,
Ernest Warford, col., 1 lot.,
Number 3 State and County.
H. L. Carpenter, 100 acres.. 20.42
J. D. Curry, 160 acres 30.50
Joe Cantillion, 1 acre...... 9.61
J. C. Davis, 580 acres."..... 57.02
J. M. Ezell, 11 acres 9.50
Mrs. N.D. Edwards, 60 acres. 11.40
Author Gray, 20 acres 6.18
R. P. Hicks, 133 acres 15.21
S. M. Hale, 78 acres 12.35
C. P. Her, 19 acres 4.38
J. D. Killion, 100 acres .,. . 22.80
Killion Bros., 40 acres 3.32
S. P. Morris, 126 acres 17.38
M. V. Mosier, 52 acres 11.50
J. L. Mosier et al., 452 acres. 60.82
J. L. Mosier and C. W. Miles,
146 acres
Chas. Noonan, 317 acres. . . .
J. S. Osburn, 33 acres.
A.
F.
13.87
77.69
9.60
I. Owens, 126 acres 62.72
3.80
O. Owens, 22 acres
E. F. Powell, 100 acres 15.20
Sid Pinion, 75 acres 15.30
W.P. Rogers, et al., 50 acres. 11.40
B. Sappington, 105 acres.. 38.02
B. W. Tull, 150 acres 95.58
M. Tull, 114 acres 72.58
H. Todd, 115 acres 38.01
U. L. Williams,, 57 acres... 21.00
P. C. Ward, 1 acre 3.33
O T. Walliston, 75 acres 152.70
T. C. Wilson, 200 acres. .... 37.06
A. E. Wheeler, 154 acres... 83.62
Number 4 State and County
Robert Bryand, 136 acres... 43.82
O. H. Clemons, 148 acres 119.60
A. Coats, 100 acres 46.25
Coble & Latimer, 900 acres.. 68. 42
Will Flower, 1 lot. . . .". 5.34
Bertie Fields, 1 lot . 8.68
O. H. Hauser. heirs, 60 acres. 18.05
W. Herring, 213 acres... 145.39
N. L. Ledbetter, 4 lots 8.68
J. Robinson, 1 lot 6.68
J. C. Taylor, 2 lots 84
John M. Wilson, 92 acres... 66.52
W. L. Womack, 19 acres 32.68
Number 5 State and County.
Joe Box, 1 lot 3.90
F. N. Barnes, 36 acres 9.12
Sraalley .Barnes, 1 lot 2.20
J. Cole, 170 acres. 19.39
W. M. Covey, 25 acres 6.76
J. H. Deen, 4 acres.. . 3.33
W. B. Doran, 1 lot .30
Morgan Davis, 1 lot .94
W. Easterwood, 33 acres. . 7 12
V. T. Edwards, 7 acres;.... 11.41
Lizzie Edwards, 16 acres... 3.04
Mrs. A. E. Farris, 30 acres.. 5.70
Guy Fumbanks, 3 lots..... 1.14
Mrs. B. Fulgraham, 1 lot 38
F. W. Fields, 3 lots 28
M. Goodman, 1 lot 5.80
Ethel Harris, 30 acres 5.70
A. M. Hogg, 8 lots 4.85
Walter Hayes, 2 lots 6.76
G. Hawk, 2 lots 18
Henry Herring, 1 lot .47
T. Johnson, 130 acres 30.42
W. A. Jackson, 3 lots 1.42
W. Keith, 150 acres 52.17
L. Kirk (heirs) 140 acres. 26.61"
R.L. Knight 1 lot .95
H. Lee, 84 acres.. 20.72
Martha Leonard, 1 lot.
Henry Leonard, 1 lot.
M. L. Morgah, 113 acres.
A. T. & D. O, Morgan, 1 lot.
Vannie Madding, 1 lot
R. W. Morgaii, 102 acres.
McConley , 1 lot.
2.37
4.38
H D. Lion, M3 acres 8.65
25.66
.38
.48
24.81
.95
L. Mulhefin, 5 lots 15.77
M. E. Neelyf,. 1 lot 1.90
P. Orr, 1)52 acres 36.21
1.90
2.95
6.27
5.80
1.90
3.80
5.80
36.22
John Rainejj, 1 lot
Clarence Spfcer, 3 lots. !
S. Stauchfield, 28 acres..,
Dee Shaw, 6 lots
Mrs. J. S. Shaw, 1 lot
A. Tate, 321. acres
L. Thompson, 14 acres.
Dr.ve Temmon, 114 acres. . .
O. C. Wrllliams, 13 lots, 32
-. acres 38.76
j Frank Wrady, 10 lots ..... 3.80
, Number 6 State and County.
Emmett Arnold, 1 lot 4.92
R. B. Bright, 1 lot 31.48
Walter Brice, 1 lot 3.34
M. F. Calhoun, 114 acres... 36.30
J. C. Cobb, 20 acres. 6.17
Curry & Marshall, 110 acres 41.82
Chas. Cleek, 1 lot 42
W. F. parter, 43 acres. . 16.35
Eunice Daniels, 1 lot 1.42
J. A. Dyer, 30 acres....... 11.40
Mrs. N.F. Epperson, 45 acres 12.35
Minnie Easterwood, 37 acres 11.87
C. C. Griggs, 2 lots 12.02
J. A. Harrison, 1 lot 8.35
J. Lee Hughes, 118 acres 84.13
W. E. Huey, 1 lot 4.17
J. M. Hayes, 263 acres .... 45.61
G. T. Hughes, 1 lot 6.55
W. J. Johnson. 50 acres 11.40
T. L. Joyner, 65 acres 170.09
W. A. Jackson, 1 lot 7.70
J. A. Kirk, 6 acres 1.90
Douglas Lunchford, 3 lots.. 4.75
Mrs. Mattie Lovelace, 1 lot. . 1.47
R. B. Marshall, 130 acres.. 32.31
E. M. Neely, 130 acres. ..... 61.87
L. D. Neely, 50 acres 13.41
Obion Valley Land Co., 300
acres 11.41
J. W. Ponder, 151 acres.... 39.91
Ona Priest, 2 lots 3.66
E. B. Quinton, 22 acres 7.22
Tom Reagan, 1 lot 4.42
H. T. Rhines, 34 acres 7.60
Scruggs heirs, 3 acres 2.37
W. B. Stuart, 80 acres 39.64
C. B. Stovall, 71 acres. ..... 21.86
W. B. Thorn, 45 acres 53.76
Oscar Tombs, 90 acres 29.56
A. K. Turner, 1 lot 14.52
Number 7 State and County.
Mrs. Willie Barbee, 45 acres. 24.81
Bounds & Linson, 30 acres.. 2.85
Coble & Dahnke, 1025 acres. 70.76
Coble & Garrett, 30 acres. . . 2.37
Geo. Dahnke, 274 acres 28.50
Geo. Dahnke, 150 acres.... 11.40
Dahnke Bros., 1447 acres... 130.19
Geo. Dahnke, 2 acres 3.80
Jno. Garrett, 28 acres 2.38
J. T. Jackson, 103 acres.... 65.67
Jackson & Brantley, 343 acres 152.04
J. M. Lowe, 8 acres .48
C. L. Osborne, 53 acres 30.42
Obion Valley Land Co., 800
acres 60.82
W. A. Parrish, 275 acres 248.32
E. W. Stovall, 76 acres 28.99
Bart Tanner, 135 acres 38.02
I. A. W'heeler, 625y2 acres.. 108.27
W.L. Womack, 230 acres... 70.13
John Reed, 5 lots j.... 7.12
E. E. Shore, 2 lota .47
J. F. Turner, 1 lot 5 80
J. P. Wright, 75 acres '41.90
A. Wilson, 885 acres 32.31
Number 12 State and County."
J. A. Wiley, 139 acres 32.30
R. M. Alexander, 3 acres... .47
Pierce Alexander, 28 acres.. 3.43
Chunk Applewhite, 62 acres. 9.60
Dickens heirs, 50 acres 7.60
Ben Dickens, 3 acres 4.37
M. F. Flippin, 107 acres.. 24.9S
Homer Flowers and S. L.; 121
acres 11.41
Homer Flowers and S. L., 159
acres 15.20
Will Griffin, 168 acres. 21.00
Mrs. M. L. Green, 34 acres. . 2.85
J. H. Gray, 123 acres ,.. 26.60
Jessie Gray, 35 acres 9.60
James Hamilton, 91 acres... 40.66
Hogg heirs, 3 acres 1.90
Mrs. T. N. Hailey, 42 acres. . 4.2
Mrs. James Ingram, 100 acres 19.00
John Jackson, 40 acres 7.60
C. H. Lee, 162 acres 25.56
Littleton heirs, 180 acres... 25.36
J. A. McBride, 26 acres 3.80
Geo. Moody, 100 acres 15.20
Ed Morgan, 40 acres 4.75
Ed Roney, 96 acres 20.05
Will F. Russell, 110 acres.. 63.66
James Reed, 16 acres ;
Fitzgerald Shaw, ,163 acres
3.90
18.05
S. H. Sutton, 47 acres 12.82
W.P. Stubblefleld, 105 acres.
Marion Stone, 14 acres.
26.70
1.90
Frank Stone, 30 acres 10.07
Charlie Taylor, 67 acres. . . . 15.78
Union City Hunting Club, 1
acre 3.51
Mrs. B. F. Wyatt, 35 acres.. 5.21
J. T. Wilson heirs, 244 acres 133.04
J. C. Wiley, 112 acres 19.59
Number 13 State and County.
Geo. S. Allen, 1 lot 26.21
Mrs. Lula Beaver, 1 lot 18.69
7.21
3.34
5.84
4.17
3.34
0. P. Bishop, 13 lots
John Bransford, c, 1 lot. . . ,
Rhoda Brown, c, 2 lots. . . ,
Nellie Brown, c, 2 lots.
1. F. Banton, c, 2 lots
S. E. Byrnu, 5 acres. . 23.81
Number 8 State and County.
Ben Brewer, 2 lots. 9.18
Brewer Bros., 50 acres. . . . 34.20
Hal Bogle, 182 acres
Hal Bogle, 74 acres
Hal Bogle, 2 acres
Hal Bogle, 94 acres
Hal Bogle, 117 acres.
163.92
C. Bogle, 1 lot 13.36
T. M. Bogle, 53 acres 25.66
T. M. Bogle, Sr., 60 acres... 22.80
T. M. Bogle, Jr., 36 acres... 9.60
Mrs. Fannie Bogle, 104 acres 45.60
Miss Effle Bogle est., 26 acres 7.60
Ben Bruer, 8 acres 2.09
J. M. Barnett, 3 lots. . . 14.61
Jim P. Brush, 1 lot 2.09
Arney Bates, c, 1 lot 1.67
Mrs. J. L. Cody, 52 acres . ... 15.20
Milton Davis, c, 2 lots 6.68
Murry Dozier, 170 acres.... 76.98
Geo. Dahnke, 164 acres.... 6.65
Traciy Derryberry, 6 lots.. 15.21
Tom Elam, c, 1 lot 4.17
Mrs. J. C. Elder, 1 lot, 30
acres 42.84
U. Fossett, 3 lots, 49 acres. 15.08
N. N. Garrison, 1 lot 22.02
B. L. Glisson, 27 acres 17.20
Billie Glisson, 1 lot 42
J. L. Garrett, 1 lot 2.09
Mrs. C. A. Hudson, 1 lot 13.35
F. E. Hill, 15 acres. .' 3.80
R. H. Hunt, c, 1 lot 5.43
G. P. Hurt, 100 acres 228.06
H. Herman, 3 lots 12.44
Jno C. Jackson, c, 1 lot... 3.34
R P. & R.B. Johnson, 71 acres 36.21
Frank Jones, 1 lot 2.50
J. Myrick, 3 lots 13.02
A. H. McLeod, 1 lot 13.35
G. R. McFadden, 2 lots 83
Obion Valley Land Co., 1480
acres 57.02
C. C. Pierce, 70 acres 24.81
Miss Birdie Primrose, 1 acre. 3.80
Johu Robinson, c, 1 lot.... .42
Mrs. S. E. Rossin, 69 acres.. 34.21
Bob Smith, 1 lot 5.42
Alvin C. Sherman, 1 lot 4.91
W. W. Shaw, 2 acres 9.60
L. D. Tanner, 191 acres. . . . )
D. Tanner, 62 acres 250.23
L. D. Tanner, 45 acres )
Israill Taylor, c.,' 2 lots.... 4.09
Hannah Thompson, c, 1 lot
D. H. Wagner, 91 acres
W. P. Wade, 131 acres
W. H. Wilson, 106 acres
M. Wilson, 45 acres
W. II . Wade estate, 3 lots
W. P. Wade, 1 lot: 117 acres;
100 nerrs 107 acres; 120
acres; 131 acres
.41
32.41
61.78
60.82
2S.51
47.9?
!63.50
Lotta You ne, 1 lot 2.50
Number. 10 State and County.
Guy Calhoun, SO acres 9.50
D. E. Council, 3 acres 1.42
P. Glover, 100 acres 114 03
P. U. Glover, 36 acres 11.98
M. M. True, 79 acres 22.91
Number 11 State and County.
C. A. Alphin, 2 lots 48
J. H. Boyett, 4 lots 95
. N. Crain, 8 acres 11.50
Crain & Turner.l lot 3.80
Coble & Dahnke, 837 acres 58 91
M. Dozier, 1 lot; 196 acres 180.22
Geo. Dahnke, 125 acres 4.75
A. Davidson, 10 acres 6.75
G. S. Daniels, 125 acres 4.75
Henry O. Finch, 1 acre 5. iO
O. E. Green, 53 acres 40.S6
R. M. Grills. 5 acres 2.37
D. N. Harris, 4 lots 66
W. T. Hinson, 3 lots .76
Geo. P. Hurt, 341 acres 185.30
T. S- Jenkins, 1 lot .47
Mason Hall Gin Co., 2 acres... 11.6o
W. D. Moore, 56 acres.. - 53.21
Obion Valley Land Co., 45.61
VV. F. Pierce, 15 acres 28.52
M. L. Pierce, 367 acres.,..- 177.26
Dick Caldwell, c, 1 lot.
Viola Capers, 2 lots ,
Mrs. Irene Carpsnter, 1 lot . ,
J. B. Clayton, 1 lot
Frank Clay, c, 1 lot
4.17
3.75
15.03
13.69
3.34
Mr3. A. B. Coble, 1 lot 10.01
R. A. Collier, 4 lots 2.50
D. R. Coleman, 3 lots 9.24
Martha Crawford, c, 1 lot.. 1.25
Gaston Crowdcr, 1 lot .66
W. P .Crowder, 1 lot 10.85
Sam L. Cunningham; c, 1 lot 8.35
R. L. Darnell, 22 acres 63.18
John Davis, c, 1 lot 33
Dahnke-Walker Mlg. Co., 5
lots .... 330.80
Albert Dennis, c, 1 lot 3.34
Tel Dickerson, c, 1 lot 3.34
Mollie Draper, c, 1 lot 2.92
Mrs. Sophie Easley, c, 1 lot. 2.09
H. T. Edwards, 4 lots, 594
acres 1006.64
Mrs. Lizzie Edwards, 1 lot. . . 3.34
W. J. Edwards, Sr., 1 lot 1.67
Mrs. E. B. Eddings, 1 lot... 1.25
Mrs. Paul Jones Flack, 1 lot. 15.35
A. M. Gilbert, c, 1 lot 10.35
Tobe Haynes, c, 2 lots..... .83
S. P. Harris, 2 lots 52.18
J. C. Hurt, 74 acres 30.41
W. E. Jackson, 4 lots 62.69
Lee Jackson, c, 2 lots
Will James, c, 1 lot
A. J. Jessup, 1 lot
W. H. Johnson, 1 lot
Dave Johnson (c.)est., 2 lots.
Mattie Johnson, c, 1 lot. . . .
C. V. Jones, 1 lot
3.76
3.34
. 9.51
15.27
4.59
.83
5.34
T. L. Joyner, 1 lot . 53.42
Geo. R. Kenney, 1 lot. . . .
Wesley Landrum, c, 1 lot.
Mrs. Nannie Little, 1 lot.
J. M. Lowrance, 1 lot....,
Pearl Long, c, 2 lots....,
Alf. Majors est., 1 lot. ... ,
10.01
1.67
20.03
4.18
4.84
4.18
W. R. Manley, 1 lot 25.20
R. B. Marshall, 65 acres.... 34.21
O. E. Milliken, 1 lot 17.89
6.68
1.25
3.35
4.93
6.68
5.84
3.34
Mrs. Virgie Milliken, 1 lot.
Hattie Morton, c, 2 lots.
Ross Mosby, c, 1 lot.-. . .
Delia Murphy, 1 lot....
Nute McDavis, c, 1 lot.
Otto McFall, c, 1 lot. . .
Amanda Nash, c, 1 lot. .
W. P. Noah, 1 lot 10.02
lots.
5.1'
.67
Annie Lee Owens, c.
O .L. Pardue, 1 lot.
Susan Payne, 10 acres 11,50
G. W. Phebus, Jr., 106 acres. 167.24
Phebus & McAlister,112 acres 171.05
Geo. Phillips est., 1 lot 4.18
W. E. Powell, 1 lot 10.02
Howard Powers, 2 lots 5.7 6
Sudie Rickman, 1 lot .41
Thomas Robinson, c, 2 lots. 4.18
John Robinson, Jr., c, 4 lots 5.42
John Robinson, Sr., c., 2 lots. 3.34
A. P. Roberts, 1 lot 5.43
Mrs. S. P. Rhoulac, 1 lot 10.02
Mrs. S. F. Sanders, 1 lot 23.37
Mrs. Maud Sinkler, 1 lot. . . . 15.35
Mary M. Smith, c, 1 lot 1.6 7
Butler Swift, 2 lots 1.8 2
Henrietta, Tackett, c, 1 lot. 5.43
Myrtle Tackett, c, 1 lot 4.17
W. M. Taylor, 1 lot I8..ib
Mrs. D. F. Temple, 1 lot.... 14.52
Andy Totten, c, 1 lot
Union City Elevator Co., 1 lot 66.78
U. C. Motor Implement Co., 1
lot 205.1Z
Emma Valentine, c, 1 lot. .,
S. T. Wade, 1 lot, 24 acres.,
Fannie Wade, c, 1 lot.
6.68
91.22
3.34
George Wade, c, 1 lot 5.34
Anna F. Walden, 1 lot 42
A. B. Watts, 1 lot b d&
Hula West, c, 1 lot
Rosa Weddington, c, 1 lot.. l.7
W. B. Wells, c, 1 lo: S.6S
Audria Wells, c, (heirs) 1 lot 2.50
A. E. Wheeler, 1 lot 30.38
A. Whitlow, c, 2 lots S3
Frank Williams, 1 lot .42
E G Wilscon, 1 lot... 2.93
H. E. Wilson, 1 lot 13.35
Dora Wilson, c, 1 lot 3.34
S. S. Wiley, 1 lot 18.69
J.M. Woodfin, Jr., 5 acres. 3.80
Gentry Young, c, 2 lots 5.84
I, Armour Ratlift, Trustee of Obion
County, Tenn., do hereby certify that
the above is a correct list of Delin
quent Real Estate, taxes for 1921 as
shown by the records in my office
for the respective Districts.
This May 8, 1922.
ARMOUR RATLIFF,
Trvstee.
ry'j. A. ncr.;r.D.o. c.

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