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The Commercial, Union City, Tenni
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922. m P5! Jess Pugh Fun Specialist Q Jess Pugh presents, among numerous other fun special ties, "The Snuff Stricken Reader," which was origin ated by him and A jwhichhasgenerated funincountlesscom- - munities through out the country. Gj Jess Pugh is one of the most popular Chautauqua enter- ' tainers of the day. SEVENTH NIGHT Redpath Chautauqua 7 5:g ' Days SEASON TICKETS $2.75 ml 'Well-dressed on a Moderate Income" (j Unusual lecture demonstration by Evelyn Hansen Q Miss Hansen approaches hersub ject from the vari ous viewpoints of beauty, utility and economy. FOURTH AFTERNOON Redpath Chautauqua 7 Big Days SEASON TICKETS 2.75 June 21 to June 28 Notice to Buggy Owners Before buying a new Buggy, get my prices on painting and rubber1 tiring. I buy and sell second hand Buggies. R. A. PARDUE, BLACKSMITH Telephone 43. Union Gty, Tenn. GHRISTIAN VERSUS BAPTIST BALL TEAMS Sunday School Series Sum mer Season. By JA8. H. WHIPPLE. -First inning: Baptists: Semones fans. Williams safe on first when Neoly threw wild. Williams ' steals second. Talley walks. Williams out trying to steal third, Allmond to Crenshaw. Parks out, Crenshaw to Johnson. No runs, no hits and one error. Christians: Bramham walks and steals second. Johnson fans, Parks missing the third strike, but throws him out at first, Bramham taking third. Neely safe on first when Semones fumbles his grounder, Bramham scor'ng. Rogers hits fly to Williams in center field. Neely goes to second on a passed ball. All mond out to Semones and McClure. One run, no hits and one error. Second inning: Baptists: Pruett out Neely to Johnson. McClure sin gles to center and steals second. Woodard hits a pop fly to short. Mc Clure safe on third when Crenshaw drops the ball. Brummel fans. No runs, one hit and one error. Chris tians: Slayden hits a pop fly to Woodard. Carman fans. Crenshaw. also fans. No runs, no hits and no errors. Heppner out, Bramham to Johnson. Third inning: Baptists: Semones out on a foul tip. Williams singles to left and steals second. Talley fans. No runs, one hit and no errors. Chris tians: Conde fans. Bramham fans and Johnson also fans. No runs, no hits and no errors. Fourth inning: Baptists: Parks grounds out to Johnson, unassisted Pruett out, Bramham to Johnson McClure singles to right. Woodard fans. No runs, no hits and no errors. Christians: Neely fans, it being Heppner's sixth consecutive strike out. Rogers singles to left for the first hit off Heppner. - Allmond safe on first when Semones lets his grounder go through him, Rogers go ing to third. Slayden fans, but Parks missed the third strike and threw wild to first and Rogers scored and Allmond reached third. Carman fans. Crenshaw singles to right, Allmond scoring and Slayden reaching third. Conde fans. Two runs, two hits and two errors. Fifth inning: Baptists: Brummel out, Rogers to Johnson. Heppner goes to second on a passed ball. Wil liams singles to left, Heppner stop ping at third. Talley fans. No runs, two hits and no errors. Christians: Bramham singles to right and steals second. Johnson walks. Neely beats out a hit to short Bramham taking third and Johnson second, filling the bases. Rogers singles to left, Bram ham scoring, and Johnson stopping at third and Neely at second. When Brummel misses Allmond's fly John son scores, Neely reaches third and Rogers second. On a wild pitch Neely scores, Rogers takes third and All mond second. Slayden hits a sacri fice fly to deep center, Rogers scoring after the catch, and Allmond safe on third when Pruett 'drops the throw, Carman singles to right, Allmond scoring. Carman steals second. Car man out at third on a fielder's choice of Crenshaw's, Woodard to Pruett. Conde doubles to left, Crenshaw scor ing. Bramham fans. Six runs, five hits and two errors. Sixth inning: Baptists:: Parks out, Neely to Johnson. Pruett hits a pop fly to Johnson. McClure flies out to Carman in left field. No runs, no hits and no errors. Christians: Chas. TaUey now catching, Osborne taking left field. Gene Talley 'right field, Woodard center field and Wil liams short. Johnson fans. . Neely triples to right. Rogers hits a home run over the road in left field, Neely scoring ahead of him and that ended Heppner. Williams now pitching and Heppner goes to short. Allmond sin gles to center, and is out,' stealing Talley to Semones. Slayden fans. Two hits, two runs and no errors. Seventh inning: Baptists: Woodard hits a pop fly to Johnson. Gene Tal ley grounds out to Johnson, unas sisted. Heppner out, Rogers to John- out, Neely to Johnson. Gene Talley walks, and goes to second on Hepp ner's single to left, Talley stopping at third and Heppner at second. Chas Talley fans. No runs, no hits and no errors. ' BOX SCORE Baptists. a.b. r. h. p.o. a. e. Semones 2b 5 0 0 2 2 2 Williams.c.f., p.. 5 1 4 3 10 C. Talley, l.f., c, 4 ' 0 0 2 2 0 Park, c ... 3 0 0 8 4' 1 Pruett, 3b 3 0 0 1 0 1 McClure, . lb . . 4 0 2 7 0 0 Woodard, ss.,' ct"4 - 0. . 0 1 1 0 Brummel, r.f 2 0 0 0 0.1 Heppner, p., s.s. . 4 0 2 0 1 0 Osborne, l.f 1 0 0 0 0 0 G. Talley, r.f.. . 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ;;36 1 8 24 11 5 Christians. a.b. r. h. p.o. a. e. Bramham, s.s. .v 3 2 114 0 Johnson, lb. ... 4 1 0 19 0 0 Neely, p .". 4 2 2 0 3 2 Rogers, 2b 5 3 3 0 2 0 Allmond, c 5'2 i 5 6 0 Slayden, c.f 3 0 0 0 0 0 Carman, l.f 4 0 1 10 0 Crenshaw, 3b. . . 4 1 1 1 1 1 Conde, r.f...... 4 0 1 0 0 0 Totals . Baptists: i Christians: .36 11 10 27 16 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 6 2 0 0 Sumary: Sacrifice hits Slayden; two-base hits Williams, Conde; three-base hits Neely; home run- Rogers; hits off Heppner 9 fn 5 1-3; Williams, 1 in 2 1-3 innings; struck out by Neely, 8; by Heppner, 11; by Williams, 4; base on balls off Neely, 2; off Heppner, 2; off Williams, 2 C. P. Christian Endeavor. Last Sunday, evening the Endeav orers of the C. P. Church held their first meeting since the organization of the Intermediate Society. The Senior Society felt keenly the loss of the Intermediates, for they were live wire members. They are proving their worth, however, in the new so ciety and report a splendid meeting Sunday evening. They held their meeting in the study with Miss Em ily Thomas as leader. There were 15 members present and 100 per cent participation. The Intermediate Society will con tinue to meet at 7 o'clock in the study until better arrangements can be made. The hour for the Senior meeting has been changed from 6:45 to 7 o'clock. Members please take no tice. The Senior Executive Committee met last Tuesday evening with Miss Pearl White. In the absence of the president last Sunday evening the vice president appointed a nominating committee to confer this week and present names of new officers next Sunday evening to be voted upon. This is the time for the-semi-annual election of offi cers. All aboard! Are you going to set sail in the Juniors' contest ships? They begin taking on passengers next Sunday and the ship which gets fifty passengers ( r points) first sets sail. The ship which sails the greatest number of miles (counted bv sen tence prayers, bible verses, talks, etc.,) in four Sundays wins the con test. The losing side gives the win ning side a party. Virginia Howard is captain of one and Ena Roper of the other. The Juniors elected officers last Sunday afternoon. Leonard Bond was chosen as president for the com ing six months; Miss Mary Elsie Hughes, vice president; Miss Vir ginia Howard, treasurer; Paul Hud gins, secretary; Miss Ena Roper, pi anist; Wilson Bond, deacon. FEAZIEE WORKING ON NARCOTIC CAMPAIGN Conducted County son. No runs, no hits and no errors. by the Obion W. C. T. U. Commissioner D. J. Frazier of the pure food and drugs department, says that whatever differences 'may have existed between him and Dr. R. Q. Lillard, Secrete ry of the State Board of Health, over the construction of the State and federal laws govern ing anti-narcoics, that such differ ences would be adjusted and rulPQ Christians: Carman out, Semones to and reffnlntinna rnnin i. I o - e ""6 a.ie ui McClure. Crenshaw out, Williams such narmHn mij j-i vmuigaiCU, According to Mr. Frazier, there is mums- .oap..la,.. odiums : only' one conflict between the Stat out, Bramham to Johnson. Williams and Federal lews as applied to Ten nessee, and that is in the definition doubles to right and scores when Neely stops Chas. Talley's grounder but throws wild to first, Talley going to second. Osborne fans. Talley goes to third on a passed ball. McClure out, Bramham to Johnson. One run, one hit and one error. Christians: Bramham walks. Johnson forces Bramham at second, Heppner to Se mones. Johnson steals second. Neely walks. Rogers fans and Allmond goes out the same way. No runs, no hits and no errors. of "incurables." He said the Federal government does not ecognize an addict as incurable unless suffering from an incurable disease or from the infirmities of age. . A comparison of the Federal act and the State law regulating the sale of drugs, especially narcotics, was made by Commissioner Frazier and government agents, and they are co operating in the campaign to bring about a reduction in the ur nt t,!t- Ninth inning: Baptists: Woodard j forming drugs in the Stat. m m nw nt nm if m - r u m m m II- mm rr nil m u u OF Valuable City Real Estate and Farm Property. In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Western District of Tennessee. In the matter of Estate of)M (nQC. D . . , George Dahnke, Bankrupt, f No' 1085 ,n Bankruptcy. Under and by virtue of the power and authority conferred upon me, the under signed, R. H. Rust, Trustee in Bankruptcy of the Estate of George Dahnke, Bankrupt, in the above styled matter in Bankruptcy, by an order of the Hon. P. W. Maddox, Referee in Bankruptcy, made on the 1 0th day of May, 1 922, and pursuant to the directions contained in said order so made, notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that the undersigned Trustee aforesaid will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder on the terms hereinafter mentioned, certain real estate hereinafter des cribed, belonging to the estate of the said George Dahnke Bankrupt, on Saturday, June 17, 1922, at the East door of the Courthouse in Union City, Tennessee, and beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. and continuing until the sale is completed. 1st TRACT. Situated in the 13th Civil District of Obion County Tenn., and located in the town of Union City, described as follows: Beginning at a stake in the north line of Washington Avenue, at its in tersection with the west line of the walk on the west side of Fifth Street, runs thence North with the west side of the walk 181 feet to a stake; thence West 145 feet to a stake in the east line of a 20 foot alley; thence South with said alley 181 feet to a stake in the North line of Washington Ave.; thence East with North line of Washington Ave. 145 feet to the beginning, being the same property conveyed to George Dahnke by Laura Wells by deed dated May 21, 1904, and reorded in Book 6-E, Page 432, of the records of the Register's office of the said County and State. This is the lot on which is located the residence in which Geo. Dahnke resided at the time of his death. 2nd TRACT. Situated in the town, County and State aforesaid, lying on the west side of a 20 foot alley directly west of the lot last above described, and on the north side of Washington Ave. and beginning at a stake at the intersection of the west line of said alley with the north line of Washington Ave., runs thence North with the west line of said alley 112 feet to a stake; thence West 150 feet to a stake in the east line of 6th Street; thence South with 6th Street 112 feet to a stake in the North line of Washington Ave.; thence East 150 feet to the beginning, being part of the same property conveyed to Geo. Dahnke by Laura C. Wells by the deed last above mentioned. 3rd TRACT. A certain tract or parcel of land, consisting of two tracts, lying and being in the 7th Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., the first of which is described: Beginning at Haley's (formerly, now Dahnke's) Southwest corner, runs thence South 195 poles to a hickory with a pointer; thence East 44 poles . (.to a stake with two hickory and hornbeam pointers; thence North 195 poles to a stake, two white oak and ash pointers, in Mrs. Wright's south boundary line; thence West with Mrs. Wright's and Hailey's line 44 poles to the beginning, and containing 53 acres. And the said second tract is described as follows : Beginning at Mrs. Wright's Southeast corner, runs thence South 195 poles to a hickory with pointers; thence West 57 poles to Mrs. Milam's Southeast corner; thence North with Mrs. Milam's line 195 poles to a stake with two white oak pointers; thence East 81 poles to the beginning, containing 97 acres more or less. 4th TRACT. A certain tract or parcel of land near Crockett Station, on which is situated , three small dwelling houses, and lying and being in the 7th Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., and being the same property purchased by the said George Dahnke in the case of C. C. Young et al. vs. Minnie May Young et al. in the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tenn. The decree confirming said sale to the said Dahnke be ing of record on Miti. Book M, Page 484 of the Minutes of the said Chancery Court, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a stake, J. B. Rorsley's original northeast corner, now Mrs. Goodwin's; thence West with Mrs. Goodwin's line 73 yards to a stake; thence North 135 yards to a stake; thence East 73 yards to a stake in S. F. Howard's west boundary line; thence South 130 yards to the beginning, contain ing 2 acres more or less. 5th TRACT. Also one other tract or parcel of land conveyed by Ross Nichols to George Dahnke by deed dated November 27, 1916, and recorded in Book 8-F, Page 152, and described as follows: Lying and being in the 8th Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., and beginning in the center of the M. & O. Railroad in Bruce's south boundary line, and R. L. Quarles northeast corner, runs thence North 85 degrees east 80 poles to a point in the middle of Rutherford Fork of Obion River, with cypress and beech pointers; thence South with the meanders of the river 22 degrees west 7 poles; South 12 poles; South 8 degrees east 8 poles; Soutb33 degrees east 4 poles; South 54 degrees east 4 poles; North 75 degrees east 7 poles; North 38 de grees east 10 poles; North 67 degrees east 12 poles; South 47 degrees east 4 poles; South 35 degrees west 6 , poles; South 43 degrees west 8 poles; South 5 degrees east 4 poles; South 45 degrees east 4 poles; East 16 poles;! South 26 degrees east 4 poles; South 3 degrees east 8 poles; South 5 degrees west 28 poles; South 27 degrees east 8 poles; South 35 degrees east 24 poles; South 22 degrees east 4 poles; South 2 degrees east 8 poles; South 23 degrees east 4 poles; South 60 degrees east 6 poles; North 55 degrees east 11 poles; South 55 degrees east 6 poles; South 35 degrees east 10 poles; East 14 poles; South 60 degrees cast 4 poles; East 9 poles; North 50 degrees east 15 poles; south 35 degrees east 4 poles; South 67 degrees east 20 poles; South 35 degrees east 39 poles; South 43 degree's west 4 poles; West 15 poles; South 50 degrees west 4 poles; South 13 degrees west 4 poles; South 40 degrees east 16 poles; South 10 degrees west 7 poles; South 70 degrees west 4 poles; North 88 degrees west 4 poles; North 80 degrees west 4 poles; South 72 degrees west 4 poles; South 20 degrees west 4 poles; South 32 degrees east 4 poles; south 40 degrees east 4 poles; thence South 58 degrees east 4 poles to the middle of said river with black gum pointers, J. W. Nichols northeast corner; thence running with J. W. Nichols north boundary line, North 86 degrees west 158 4-5 poles to the center of said railroad, W. H. Wilson's northeast corner and J. W. and Ross Nichols southeast corner, thence with said M. & O. Railroad, north 10 degrees west 108 poles; thence North 13 degrees west 40 poles; thence North 15 degrees west 32 poles; thence North 27 degrees north 34 poles to the beginning, containing 167 acres more or less, but excluding 4 acres from M. & O. Right-of-way, leaving 163 acres. Th ere is assessed against the first tract of land described (assessed in two tracts of 53 acres and 97 acres respectively) drainage taxes for the year 1920, amounting to $302.33, and for the year 1921, amounting to $229.59, which is past due and unpaid, and the land will be sold subject thereto. TERMS OF SALE: All of said real estate will be sold upon terms of one-third cash, one-third in nine months and the balance in eighteen months and for the deferred payments the notes of the purchasers with approved personal security bearing interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum will be taken, and a vendor's lien will be retained to further secure the same, and the said several tracts will then be sold for cash and the sale realizing the better price will be adopted and reported. . . This property will be sold free from all claims for homestead and dower, aid the State and County taxes for the current year will be paid by the undersigned as trustee. 1R. M. mjT, Trustee. Of Estate of George Dahnke, Bankrupt No. 1 085 iii 111!