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issued and sold without first submitting I to ordinances and proceedings of. said j cullected, be deposited by the . City the question of the issuance thereof to I town duly adopted and had, to provide I Treasurer in the City's Depository and of the I means to pay not exceeding two-thirds An ordinance to provide for the issuance and sale of interest hearing serial coupons of the town of Union City in the sum of one hundred thousand dollars 1 00,000.00) for the purpose of defraying two-thirds of the ex pense, as estimated by the Board of Mayor and Alderman or the town of Union City. Tennessee, ... i in curbing, guttering ana im proving the streets hereinafter designated and set out in said a vote of the Qualified voters town of Union City, Tennessee. Section Three. Be it further or dained that the Bonds provided for in the First Section of this ordinance shall be in the denomination of One Thous and Dollars each and shall be num bered consecutively from One to One Hundred inclusive, and shall bear in terest at the rate of 5 per cent per an of the estimated cost of certain street improvements. It is hereby certified, recited and de clared that all acts, conditions, and things required to be done, exist and be performed precedent to and in the is suance of this bond in order to make this bond legal, valid and binding ob ligation on the town of Union City, duoi, interest payable semi-annually I Tennessee, have been done, existed, with interest coupons attached. Said I and performed in regular and due time, Bonds shall be dated September 1, form and manner as required by law, town under Street Improvement 1 1922, and shall mature in series as fol-1 and that the indebtedness represented Ordinances Noa. 12, 13 and 14 Mows: or said town, passed and adopt-1 Bonds numbered from One to Ten i .1 . i ... t ft f ed under me autnority or nap- i inclusive shall mature September 1, ter o or tne tcts or tne r irst 1923. Bonds numbered from Eleven to Twenty inclusive shall mature Sep tember 1, 1924. Bonds numbered from Twenty One to Thirty inclusive shall mature September 1, 1925. Bonds valuation of all taxable property numbered from Thirty One to Forty principal and interest of this bond as and to provide a sinking fund inclusive shall mature September 1, the same becomes due. for the payment of said bonds 1926. Bonds numbered from Forty and interest thereon, as the same One to Fifty inclusive shall mature Extra Session of the General Assembly of the State of Tennes see for the year 1913; and to au thorize said town to levy a suffi cient special tax on the assessed by this bond, together with all other indebtedness of said town, does not ex ceed any limit prescribed by the Con stitution or btatutes oi said state, or Charter of said town. The full faith and credit of the town of Union City, Tennessee, are hereby pledged for the prompt payment of Neither the principal nor interest of this bond shall be the subject of tax ation by the State of Tentfessee nor by any County or municipality in this State. In witness whereof the Mayor of the town of Union City, Tennessee, and City Recorder of said town have signed this bond and attached the seal of said town and caused the interest coupon hereto attached to be signed with the fac-simile signature of said Mayor and amendments thereto, there shall be is- numbered from Ninety One to One City Recorder, and this bond to be sued by the town of Union City, Ten- Hundred inclusive shall mature Sep- dated September 1, 1922 nessee, interest bearing serial coupon tember 1, 1932. Said Bonds shall be bonds in the sum af One Hundred designated "'Public Improvement Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00), to be Bonds of the Town of Union City, signed by the Mayor and by the City Tennessee," and shall not be sold for Recorder of said town and to bear the less than par or face value with accrued become due. Sec tion One. Be it ordained by the Board of Mayor and Alderman of Un ion City, Tennessee, that pursuant to the power and authority given by the General Assembly of the State of Ten nessee, by Chapter 18 of the Public Acts of the First Eitra Session of 1913, passed September 19th, 1913, and ap proved September 25th, 1913, and all September 1, 1927, Bonds numbered from Fifty One to Sixty inclusive shall j mature September 1, 1923. Bouds numbered from Sixty One to Seventy inclusive shall mature September 1, 1929. Bonds numbered from Seventy One to Eighty inclusive shall mature September 1, 1930. Bonds numbered from Eighty One to Ninety inclusive shall mature September 1, 1931. Bonds such collections shall not be deposited with the general funds of the city, but shall be considered a separate deposit to the account of ."Public Improve ments," and shall be drawn out on checks or orders directing the amount designated therein to be paid out , of the Public Improvement". funds. Section 6. The Bonds authorized by this ordinance shall be sold at either public or private sale, the proceedings authorizing the advertisement or sale or award of said bonds to be such as may be adopted by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the town of Union City as provided by said Chapter 18 of the first extra session of the General Assembly for the year 1913. ' Section 7. Be it further ordained that any failure to comply with any of the provisions, or failure in the exis tence or performance of any of the conditions precedent to the issu ance of the bonds provided for in this ordinance, as required by Chapter 18 of the first extra session of the' General Assembly for the year 1913, of the Slate of Tennessee, shall not affect the validity of such bond, or of the assess ments levied for the improvements above mentioned under ordinances 12, 13 and-14, but said bonds shall be in all respects valid and binding. . Section 8. Be Jt further ordained that when the amount of the funds arising from the collection' of assess ments levied for said improvements shall, with its accumulations, equa the amount of the outstanding bonds and Mayor of Union City, Tenn. Alt Grissom's Call or stop for your meat, handled in a clean, sanitary way, and sold cheap. BEEF Nice Stew, per pound 10c to 2c , Nice Roast, per pound 15c to 20c Nice Steak, per pound --,. 25c to 30c VEAL Nice Roast, per pound-.-. 15c to 20c Nice Steak, per'pound .I- 25c to 30c LAMB ; Per pound from .- -.. 20c to 30c All this and then some at B. P. GRISSOM 204 ' ' 230 Sanitation. Quality. Service. corporate seal thereof, the coupons to said bonds bearing the fac-simile signa " ture of said officers, the proceeds of the sale of said bonds to be issued exclu sively for the purpose of providing means to pay that portion of the cost of improving said streets herein named not chargable to the municipality, but chargable to the abutting property own- Series ers, being two-tniros part or tne cost oi said improvements as estimated by the Board of Mayor and Alderman of said town for improving Second street from the north side of Jackson street to the south side of Florida avenue, Home street from the south side of the Nash ville, Chattanooga & St. . Louis Railroad to the north side of Mill street, Lilac street from the north side of Mill street to the south side of Mathews street, interest from date of sale. Said Bonds shall be in substantially the following form: United States of America, State of Tennessee, Town of Union City. Public Improvements Bond ok The Town of Union City, Tennessee. .. $1000.00 The town of Union City, Obion County, Tennessee, a municipal cor poration, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Tennessee, fo r value received hereby acknowledged itself indebted and promises to pay to the bearer the sum of One Thousand Dollars on the First day of September, 19 , with interest thereon at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable I : II .1 TV. l J T Mathews street from the east side of wnn-annuauy on me r in uay oi ..an- 1 J T..1-. f U 1 1 . 1 ' -,f oMo nt t;1o uary auu juiv ui eauu year uuui mis Ury street to the west street, High street from the east side of Ury street to the west side of Home street, Fourth street from the north side of Florida avenue to the south side of Main street, Cheatham street from the east line of Clover street to the east line of Division street, College street from the west line of First street to the west line of Third street, College street from the east line of Div.ision street to the west lice of Home street, Grove street from the east line of Division street to the west line of Home street, Church street from the east line of Fifth street to the west line of Mel rose street, Wash ington avenue from the east line of Fifth street to the east line of Depot street, Harrison street from the east line of First street to the west line of Home street, Lee street from the west line of First street to the east line of Fifth street, Florida avenue from the west line of First street to the east line of Fifth street, Mill street from the east 3ine of Ury street to the west line of Home street. Exchange street from the east line of Bank street to the west line of Cemetery street, Fiiiii street from the south line of Florida af euue to the north Hoe of Main street, Third street from the north line ef Jackson street to the south lino of Main street, Third street from the north line of College street to the south line of Gibbs street, Second street from the north line of Florida avenue to the south line of Gibbs street, First street from the north line of Mill street to the south line of Gibbs street. Depot street from the south line of Church street to the north line of Harrison street, Bauk street from the north line of Church street to the south line of Maiu street, Division street from the north line of Main street to the north lino of Cheatham street, ' Urv street from the south line of Mill street to the south line of Cheatham street. Home street frdm the north line of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis Railroad to the south line of Cheatham street, Main street from the east line of Fifth street to the west line of Melrose street under Street Improve- . r I : i n 1 '? n,i 1.4 ,J . . I dent vruiuttuuea uu 11, UUIJF passed and adopted and confirmed August 1st, 1922. Section Two. Be it further ordained that the Bonds provided for in the First Section of this ordinance stall be bond is paid, upon the presentation and surrender of the annexed coupons as they severally fall due, both principal and interest being payable at the Hanover National Bank, New York City. Said bond shall be payable in lawful money of the United States of America. This bond is issued under and in pur suance of and in strict conformity with an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, approved September 25th, 1913, and being Chapter 18 of the Acts of the first extra session for the year 1913, and amendments there to, and other statutes and the consti tution of the State of Tennessee, and the Charter of said town, as in such cases made and provided; and pursuant f& "I was hardly able to drag, I Lf was so weakened," writes Mrs. kj A Tonic For Women "I was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C. "The doctortreated me forabout two months, still I didn't get any better. I had a large fam ily and felt I surely must do something to enable me to take care of my little ones. I had heard of UUI The Woman's Tonic "I decided to try it" con tinues Mrs. Ray . . . "I took eight bottles in all ... I re gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out doors ... I can sure recom mend CarduL" Take Cardui today. It may be just what you need. At aQ druggists. E81 City Recordor of Union City, Tenn. (Form of Coupon) No Series $25.00 On the first day of , 19.... the town of Union City, Tennessee, will pay to the bearer, at the Hanover Nat ional Bank, New York, N. Y., Twenty Five Dollars, being six months interest due on Public Improvement Bond of the town of Union City, . Tennessee, dated the first day of September, 1923. Mayor of Union City, Tennessee. City Recorder of Union City, Tennessee. Section 4. Be it further ordained that it shall be the duty of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the town of Union City, Tennessee, yy ascertain in due season in advance of the time of payment of the priucipal or interest or both, of any and all such bonds, wheth er or not tnere is or will be sufficient moneys provided by the assessments levied and actually collected and in the treasury of the said town of Union City, Tennessee, set apart for the payment of the principal and interest of said bonds as the same from time to time may be come due; and it shall be the duty (jf said Mayor and Aldermen in due sea son in advance, in addition to all other taxes the said town of Union Cfty is by law authorized to levy, to levy an advb lorem tax upon all the taxable property in the said town of Union City sufficient to pay the principal and interest of sard bonds as they become due from time to time, or to pay such part or parts there of as are not or will not be fully pro vided for by the assessments levied and actually collected and in the treasury of the said municipality in season for the payment of the principal and interest of said bonds as the same from time to time become due. And in case the said municipality shall levy and collect ad valorem taxes for the purpose of paying the principal and interest of said bonds, or any part thereof, as herein provided, the said town of Union City, Ten nessee, shall nevertheless proceed with the levy and collection of assessments for said improvements; and such assess ments, or part thereof, sufficient for the purpose shall be paid into the treasury of said municipal corporation to reim burse the treasury for the amount thus paid out of such ad valorem taxes; and such money thus reimbursed to the treasury shall be used under the direc tion of the Board of Mayor and Alder- j men of Union City, Tennessee, for any ; lawful corporate purpose for which ad valorem taxes may be legally levied and collected. Section 5. Be it further ordained that the proceeds arising from the col lection of assessments levied for the im provements authorized by said ordi nance above mentioned and .referred to shall be and constitute a separate and distinct fund; and such fund, to gether with its accumulations, is here by pledged for the payment of said bonds and interest coupons issued tfor the improvement or the improvements directed and proposed by said ordi nances, and shall be applied exclusive ly to the payment of said Bonds and Coupons. All proceeds arising from the collection of assessments levied for such improvements shall, as soon as accrued interest entitled to payment out of such fund, the City Treasurer shall have authority to redeem any and all bonds that may be presented to him for redemption. Section 9. Be it further ordained that this ordinance take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare re quiring it. Passed and approved this 1st day of August, 1922. J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor. W. D. KEISER, Recorder. (Published In the Union City Com mercial, August Hi 1922.) NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Ernest D. Hutchison vs. Murryll Hutchison. In ' the Chancery Court at Union City, Tennessee. In this cause it appearing from the bill which is sworn to, that the de fendant, Murryll Hutchison, is a non-resident of the State, she is therefore hereby required to appear, on or before the. First Monday of September next, before the Clerk and Master of said Court, at his office in Union City, and make defense to the bill filed against her in said Court, by Ernest D. Hutchison, or otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed, It is further ordered that this no tice be published for four consecutive weeks in The Commercial. This 25th day of July, 1922. GEO. A. GIBBS, C. & M. C. N. & H. H. Lannom, Solicitors for complainant. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Mrs. Myra Prewitt, a resident of Obion County, Tennessee, vs. Sher man Prewitt, a non-resident of the State of Tennessee. Petition for Divorce. In the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tennessee. TO SHERMAN PREWITT: A bill for divorce has been sworn to and filed in this Court, which bill avers that you are a non-resident of the State of Tennessee and a resident of the State of Oklahoma so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon you. This is therefore to notify you, the said Sherman Prewitt, defendant in the above styled cause, to appear be fore the Circuit Court of Obion Coun ty, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in September, 1922, and make defense to said bill filed against you or the came will be tak en ror contessea ana proceeaea wun ex-parte as to you. This August 2, 1922. 19 J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. . Morris Bros., Sol. Complt. A Small Farm for Sale Three and one-half miles northeast of Union City. Contains 78 acres and a fraction. Has good dwelling with six rooms, 2 fine barns, silo, other out houses, a .splendid well, a wind mill, etc., 70 acres tillable land, 45 acres in corn and 25 acres in lespedeza and red top this year. Terms will be made easy to the right e an. ll-3m FELIX W. MOORE. These three essentials represent the principal points of business. Our plant is run upon the most rigid requirements of the Government,' and is one of the nicest to be found any where. "' The quality of our goods is giving general satisfaction and some of our products are considered the best on the market. We are especially proud of our Pure Pork Sausage. We think there is none to equal it. When it comes to service, we are there with the goods. We receive orders and deliver them the same dayj a combi nation that is 1 00 per cent perfect. Think of it! A Cold Storage Plant right at your door, sending out the finest fresh products daily. 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THE EQUIPMENT A - modern building, with standard equipment; a growing library; an extensive athletic field; a well equipped gymnasium; and one of the large swim ming pools of the State. - LITERARY SOCIETIES Two keen and aggressive Literary Societies under student control. SPORTS AND ATHLETICS Sports ancl Athletics encour aged and systematically directed by members of Faculty. GRADUATES Grad uates admitted on xertificate and with out examination to Universities and Colleges. NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS The school solicits the pat ronage of a limited number of non-resident j students on reasonable terms. Fall term starts September 4th. j BOOKLET A booklet, explaining courses of study and other school activities will be sent free to 'all applicants. F. E. RANCK, Superintendent. Union City, Tenn.