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-wet' if X v llhll. 1 CAN YOU PROVE TH AT BIG FISH STORY.. They won't believe you, but $2.00 to $30.00 Tell it to them with a KODAK Oliver's Drug' Store Summer time is the time to buy COAL . WE OFFER: . BATTLE CREEK Block RED ASH Fancy Block TRADE WATER? Lump PYROLITE Washed Nut KENTUCKY Rescreened Nut BUNDLE KINDLING McAdoo Coal Co. Phone No. 11. 1 . FARM LOANS .000 and up on 40 acres or more. 5 to 10 years, 6 per cent interest. For particulars see. F. HOWARD UNION CITY, TENN. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11922. THE FRIDAY BAIL GAME CHRISTIANS AGAIN VICTORIOUS Money to Loan am authorized to take applications for long time loans to be made by The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co., on improved farms of 50 acres or more in Obion and Weakley Counties Tennessee, and Fulton County, Kentucky. The amount of money that can be loaned at the present time is limited. The rate of interest is 5 per cent. Please call at once if you are in need of a farm loan. : : : : : : : : : : : : : ' O. SPRADLIN, Union City, Tennessee HP 1-eoAL- Hi The Baptists and Christiana played a fast game of ball last Friday, the latter the winners by the score of 5 to 3. It was a pitcher's battle between Johnson and Parks, Johnson striking out 13 men and Parks 9, the hard hitting chib of the Christians' only making 5 hits off of Parks and 2 of those were infield hits by Carman Parks had the Big Four of the Chris tian Church in his "power house," only one of them making a hit off of him and that was Rankin, who hit a line drive to right in the fifth inning for the first hit off of him. Rogers, out of four times up, fanned twice, grounded out once and got a sacri fice fly, when Youngblood caught his ball and threw to second instead of third . and let Palmer, who was on second go to third after the catch Rankin, out of four times up, ground ed out twice, got a single and was hit by pitched ball once. Neely fanned twice, hit a pop fly to short and a fly to center field. ' L. Johnson, out of four times up, fanned once, hit a grounder to short, and two long flies to center that Heppner caught. The Baptists made one in the sec ond after Heppner had fanned. Pru ett singled to right and Parks doubled to center, scoring Pruett, and they added onfe more in. tha fourth. Heppner doubled to right and went to third while - Palmer threw out Pruett and scored on Parks' hit. Rogers made a wonder ful stop of the ball, but Parks beat the throw to first. The Christians then went ahead in the fifth by mak ing three runs. Atfer one was out P. Johnson hit a grounder to Mc Clure, who fumbled ft. Johnson then stole second and went all the way to third when Talley threw to center field. Crenshaw walked, Pal mer hit a grounder to Semones, who fumbled it and Johnson scored and Crenshaw reached third. Crenshaw scored while Woodard threw out Rog ers and Palmer went to third. Ran kin then singled to right for the first hit, scoring Palmer. Neely ended the inning by fanning. They made one more In the sixth. Carman beat out a hit to short and stole second and third and scored when Lanzer missed P. Johnson's high fly. John son then stole second and Crenshaw singled to right,' but Johnson was thrown out at the plate. The Bap tists made one more and their final run'ln he 8th after two were out. Heppner singled to center, and Pru ett also singled to center. Roper threw the ball to third to get Hepp ner, but Palmer let the ball get away from him and roll Into the crowd and Heppner scored, Pruett bases Christians, 6; , Baptists, i 9 Struck, out, by L. Johnson, 13; by Parks, 9. Base on balls: Off L.John son, 2; off Parks, 1. Hit by pitcher, by Parks (Rankin). Passed ball, Talley, Rankin. Wild Pitch, Parks, 1; L. Johnson, i; Umpires, Liddell, Fry and Keiser, We deliver to any part of the city ice cream packed In Ice; quart, 50c; half gallon, 85c; one gallon, f 1.50. Crystal Ice Cream Co., Phone 32. E. G. Pardue, Mgr. "LOVE'S REDEMPTION IS FJLM OF SCENIC BEAUTY Scenic realism' will be one of the outstanding features when Norma Talmadges's next picture, "Love's Redemption," is released by Asso ciated First National Pictures, Inc. The story deals with life in tropical Jamaica, involving the gambling ta bles at the Planters' Club, the life of the natives, the wealth of fertile soil transformed into sweeping crops of sugar cane, and the commingling of card sharps, thieves and would-be assassins. Every jot of realism has been re tained in the picture, for Miss Tai madge and her company Journeyed to the Went Indies to make the exteriors of that part of the story dealing with the island. The company had head quarters on the island and traveled inland for scenes away from the shore. A fashionable residence was rented for the quarters of the Planters' Club in the picture and natives were in troduced as waiters and employees. The scenes of 'he native quarters in the picture were actually made in Kingston and the scenes of Stand ish's huge plantation were taken from one of the biggest estates op. the island. Some of the natives had never seen a motion picture before and it was necessary for Director Parker to ex plain, by gestures and signs,, the mechanism of the machine before the "extras" were willing to go ahead with their pa-ts. Reynolds Theatre. Monday, Sept. 4. METHODS FOR HARVESTING AND STORING SOY BEANS The soy bean has two serious faults which must be guarded against by the seed growers. The grain shat ters easily from the pods if the crop is not cut at the proper time. The grain moulds easily afte threshing if not thoroughly dry and not proper ly stored, says J. C. McAmis, crop specialist, Extension Service, Uni versity of Tennessee. Small quantities of seed for hom-3 supply may be saved by pulling the nlants and immediately striking them over a wagon bed covered with slats. A slatted box on a sled will serve the same purpose. In using eoine to 'this simnle method, wait until tha LAND SALE. Christians then made one more in their half. Carman beat out his sec ond hit to short and stole second and scored on L. Johnson's hit to center. The Baptists threatened again in the ninth. Youngblood started the in ning by fanning. Osborne went in to hit for Woodard and hit a ground er to Palmer and he fumbled it. Wil liams hit for Lanzer and fiied out to right field. Semones hit a grounder to Palmer and he fumbled it also. Palmer, who had been making his debut at the hot corner for the Chris tians, had been playing fast ball up until this inning, when he singled to center and Osborne was thrown out at the plate by a perfect throw by Carman. third. Parka grounded out. The pods are dry and the leaves have fal len. Run the seed through a fan ning mill. Soy beans are harvested for seed with several kinds of machines, such as the scythe, the mower with a side delivery attachment, the old fash ioned self-rake reapers and the com mon grain binder. Besides, ther; are specially constructed machines which harvest and" thrash at the sama time. TIME TO HARVEST. With any of these machines ex cept the combined harvester and thresher, the best time to cut in when about three fourths of the leaves have fallen, and most of th'? pods have turned color. When cut too early, the beans cure improperly; when too -late, they shatter. When cut with scythe, with mower and attachment, or with self-raka reaper, the beans are raked imme diately into small piles or shocks to remain for four or five days. If i'. rains, the piles should be watched carefully and turned frequently, if necessary. The use of a hay shocking frame is the best insurance against loss in wet weather. If the beans are tall and erect the grain binder can be used to bind the crop in small bundles which ara shocked like wheat, in straight rows When beans are fairly dry in the pod, they may be hauled under shel ter or threshed immediately fror ttiie field. Small amounts may be threshed with a frail. A careful thresherman may adjust an ordinary grain sepa rator so that beans may be threshed with but little splitting, He may reduce the speed of the cylinder by increasing the size of the cylinder pulleys or he may use a special set of thin concaves or he may remove the concaves entirely, as conditions require.' Threshed beans must be stored to avoid heating. The best plan is to spread them thinly on a floor until they are thoroughly dry, shoveling them over if necessary. The beanj may then be put in bags, which should be stored in such a way as to allow good circulation of air. Baptists AB R H PO A Lanzer, rf 3 0 Q 0 1 1 Semones, 2b 5 0 1 0 3 2 Talley, c 5 0 1 11 0 1 McClure, 3b.. .4 0 0 1 1 1 Heppner, cf 4 2 2 3 1 0 Pruett, lb . . . ; 4 1 2 7 0 1 Parks, p 3 0 2 0 3 0 Youngblood, If . . 4 0 0 1 0 0 Woodard, sa 3 0 0 1 1 1 Osborne 1 0 0 0 0 0 Williams . . v 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Total 37 3 8 24 10 7 Christians AB R H PO A E Rogers, 2b. .... 3 0 0 2 1 0 Rankin, c . . 3 0 1 14 2 0 Neeley, lb-ss. ..4 0 0 0 0-') Johnson, L. p... 4 0 0 0 3 0 Carman, cf 4 2 2 0 1 0 Roper, If .4 0 0 0 1 2 Johnson, P. lb. .41 1 7 0 1 Crenshaw, 3b-rf. 3 11.10 0 Palmer, ss-3b.. 3 1 0 3 3 3 Total . 32 5 5 27 11 6 Osborne hit for Woodard in ninth. Williams hit for Lanzer in ninth. 12345678 9 Baptists 01010001 0 3 Christians 00003101 x 5 Summary: Two-base' hits, Heppner and Parks. Sacrifice, Rogers. Stolen bases, L. Johnson, Carman, 3, P. Johnson, 3, Palmer, Lanzer. Double I lay: Heppner to Talley,. Left on E. E. Shore vs. Goalder Johnson et al. In Chancery Court at Union City, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chancery. Court at Union City, made at the April Term, 1922, in the above styled case, I will, on Monday, the 25th day of September, 1922, at Union City, in front of the Court house door" sell to the highest and best bidder the property in said de cree described, lying and being in 3rd Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., and described as follows: TRACT NO. 1. Beginning at a stake in the center of the Union City and Lake R ad from Union City to Walnut Log on the North line of the land of Buck Escue and at the South west corner of the lands of Ernest King, thence North with King's west boundary line 118 poles to a dog wood with beech pointers at the inside corner of said King; thence West with King's South boundary line 29 poles to King's southwest corner; thence North 88 poles with King's West boundary line and Will Marshall's West boundary line to a stake on said Marshall's line, the Southeast corner of the Shuck Sanders place, beech and gum point ers; thence West with his South boundary ilne 88 poles to the Southwest corner of the Sanders place on the East boundary line of the Nailling-Keiser land; thence South with their East boundary line and the East boundary line of the Wm. Hamblin land 210 poles to a beech pointer on Henry Howard's North boundary line; thence East 20 poles to Howard's Northeast corner; thence in an easterly direction 4 rods with Buck Escue's line and the fence; thence with the fence and Buck Escue's North line to the pub lic road; thence continuing East with said road in all 115 poles to the be ginning containing 133 acres more or less. TRACT NO. 2. Beginning at the Southeast corner at a stake, the same being also the corner of the Ellison and Cheatham Glover land; thence West 92 poles to a beech tree, Nail-ling-Keiser's line; thence South 74 poles to a stake in McCain's North boundary line (in the North bound ary line of the first tract herein de scribed); thence East 82 poles to a gum tree; thence North about 80 poles to the beginning, containing 42 acres more or less, and said two tracts of land being the same land that was bought by deed from J. R. McCain and Ira McCain by Goalder Johnson and E. H. Lannom and which appears of record in Book 8-0. pages 433-4 of the Register's office of Obion County, Tennessee. TERMS OF SALE. Sale will be made for one-third cash, one-third due in six months, and one-third due in twelve months; said sale will be made subject however to the deed of trust on said property given to se cure a note due the Union Central Life Insurance Company for $1891.26, also subject to the purchase money note on the same for $1429.37, and interest on both of said notes to date of sale. The Master will take the notes with security for deferred pay ments on said land, drawing inter est from date, and retaining a lien on the land for farther security. This 15th day of August, 1922. J. A. Whipple, Solicitor. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Commissioner. If you expect to vote at the No vember election, you must pay poll tax for the year 1921 not later than September 6. TO E. E. HARP0LE. Keiser-Nailling Implement Company vs. E. E. Harpole. In Obion Coun . ty Circuit Court. Whereas, W. M. Nailling, a mem ber of the Keiser-Nailling Implement Company, a partnership, on the 25th. day of August, 1922, made affidavit before me, the undersigned Clerk of, the Circuit Court, that E. E. Har pole was Justly indebted to them by two certain promissory notes and one account all to the amount of ($100.50) One Hundred Dollars and Fifty Cents and interest thereon; and that said E. E. Harpole is a non resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law can not be served up n him, and gave bond as required by law in attach ment cases; and whereas, I, the said Clerk, on that day issued an original attachment against the estate of the said E. E. Harpole, returnable to the January 1923 term of said Court; and said attachment has been levied on certain property of the defendant subject to former levies; and an or der for this publication has been duly made. Now, therefore, said E. E. Harpole is hereby notified to appear at the January term, 1923, of the Circuit Court to be held for said county, at the Courthouse thereof, oh the first Monday of January next, then and there to answer and defend said at tachment suit, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte. 23-4t This August 25th, 1922. ' J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. E. H. Lannom, Atty. for Pltf. W.A. NAILLING VS. E. E. HARPOLE IN OBION COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT TO CHARLIE MITCHUM. Fannie.Mitchum vs. Charlie Mitch um. Chancery Court, Obion Coun ty, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk , and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendant, Charlie Mitchum, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendants appear before the Clerk and Master Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the 3rd Mon day of September, 1922, that being a Rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by him, and the said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to him. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four con secutive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn. This August 12, 1922. GEO. A. GIDBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. J. A. Whipple, Sol. for Complt. TO E. E. HARPOLE. W. A. Nailling vs. E. E. Harpole. In Obion County Circuit Court. Whereas, the said W. A. Nailling. on the 25th day of August, 1922. made affidavit before me, the under signed Clerk of the Circuit Court, that E. E. Harpole was justly in debted to hm by a certain promissory note($252.81)Two Hundred and Fifty-Two and 81-100 Dollars and In terest thereon; and that said E. E. Harpole is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordi nary process of law cannot be served upon him, and gave bond as required by law in attachment cases; and whereas, I, the. said Clerk, on that day issued an original attachment against the estate of the said E. K. Harpole, returnable to the January 1923 term of said. Court; and said attachment has been levied on cer tain property of the defendant sub ject to former levies; and an order for publication has been duly made; Now, therefore, said E. E. Harpole is hereby notified to appear at the January term, 1923, of the Circuit Court to be held for said county, at the Courthouse thereof, on the first Monday of January next, then and there to "nswer and defend said at tachment suit, or the same will be proceeded with ex .parte. 23-4fc This August 25th, 1922. J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. E. H. Lannom, Atty. for Pltf. T. R. Reynolds vs. E. E. Harpole. In Obion County Circuit Court. Whereas, said T. R. Reynolds, on the 16th day of August, 1922, made affidavit before me, the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court, that E. j E. Harpole was Justly indebted to him by a certain promissory note for one hundred fifty-seven and 39-100 dollars, and interest thereon; and that said E. E. Harpole is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law can not be served upon him, and gave bond as required by law in attach ment cases; and whereas, I, the said Clerk, on that day issued an original attachment against the estate of said E. E. Harpole, returnable to the Jan uary 1923 term of said Court; and said attachment has been levied on certain property of the defendant; and an order for this publication has been duly made; Now, therefore, said E. E. Harpole is hereby notified to appear at th? January Term, 1923, of the Circuit Court to be held for said county, at the courthouse thereof, on the Fir3t Monday in January next, then and there to answer and defend said at tachment 8ut. or the same will be proceeded with ex parte. This August 16, 1922. 21 . J. N. RUDDLE. Circuit CoCurt Clerk. KATHERINE DAHNKE HARROD. LULA DUGGER. U. L. WILLIS. CLAUDE PIERCE. TRUDE HAR RISON AND HUGH CALVIN SMITH. The Mercantile Trust Co. et &lr.. vs. Robert Davidson et als. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it appear ing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendants, Kathcrine Dahnke Harrod, Lula Dugger, U. I. Willis, Claude Pierce, Trude Harrison and Hugh Calvin Smith are non-resi dents of the State of Tennessee, so that ordinary process of law cannot bo served upon them. It is there fore hereby ordered that the said above named defendants appear be fore the Clerk and Master of Chan-, eery Court of Obion County, Ten nessee, on or before the Third Mon day Qf September, 1922,' that being a rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by them and the said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to them. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consec utive weeks'' in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published In Obi on County, Tenn. 20-4t This Aug. 7, 1922. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. Pierce and Fry, Sol. for Complt. TO LOIS MORRIS. Lois Morris. Obion Co mty. Charlie Morris . vs. Chancery Court, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it . ap. pearing to the Clerk end Master from the bill of complaint, which is cworn to, that the defendant, Lois Morris, is a non-re3ident of the State of Ten nessee, so that ordinary proce35 of law cannot be served upon her. It is therefore hereby ordered that tha said above named defendant appear before the Cleric and Master of the Chancery Court cf Obion C unty. Tennessee, on or before the 3rd Mon day of September, 1922, that being a rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by her, and the said cause set for hearing ex-iarte as to her. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consecu tive weeks in The Commeicial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn. 20-4t GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. &. M. Pierce & Fry, Sol. ior Complt.