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The Morgan County Press
PUBLISHED &VERY FRIDAY MORNING AT WARTBURG. TENN. J AS. CHATERSON, Editor and Proprietor Kiilered at Wartburg August 3, 1910, as second class matter under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879 BAPTIST CHURCH ' Preaching service every First and Third Sunday of esch month at 11:00 a m and 7:30 p m. Services every Third Saturday in the montb at 7:30 p m. Ypu are invited to attend. REV I H BEE, Pastos MRS J A HONEYCUTT, Clerk and Treas. SUNDAY SCHOOL Held eyery Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. J B POWELL, Supt. MISS EVA SUMMER, Secy and Treas. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Church Services secona and fouith Sunday in each month at 7:30 p. m. Rev F C Gleason. UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL Meets every Sunday morning at 10:00 .clock at the Presbytanan churcb. S. H. JESTES, Supt. ELIZA WILLIAMS, Secy HERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH Carman Services Pint Sunday in every month, English services the re maining Sundays. Church Services at 10:30 a. m. Rev. Demetrio, Pastor. ,-unday School at 9:30 a. m. , Rev. Demetrio, Supt. .Judge Stricklin was at Harn loan one day this week. Mrs Short of Oakdale is visiting hor pirents Mr and MrsT A Mor ris. Miss Rose Francis of Oakdale, is here spending a few days with home folks. We would greatly appreciate it if our friends would hand in any items of news or locals they may know. Messrs R A Davis and E R Wil liams came up Saturday from the training camp at Fort Oglethrope ind spent a few hours with their families. Tuesday night or Wednesday morning the store of Bruno Schu bert was entered and somewhere in ihe neighborhood of $150 in money stolen. Lost On train No 6, Oct 28, a dark green broadcloth skirt wrap ed in newspaper. Finder return to Alley & Iledrick's store at Deer monfc and receive reward. It is reported that a new well 'tas been struck at Glenmary .which i the second well on the Pember 1 n place south of the town, and from reports appears to be the best well in the Glenmary field. Last Friday afernoon the farm residence of Williiin Strutlen about a mile south east of town was totally destroyed by fire to gether with nearly all of big bouse ii. M effects. Deer Lodge Happenings Notwithstanding our territory is all underlaid with coal, it is cost ing the consumer here over $6 per ton delivered, and having to be hauled beyoud Sunbright at that. T II Bales has bought thro the Kimbell land agency a tract, of land at the Twin Bridges, also the 200 acre Esquire Bullardfarni near Burrville. Contractor Long has moved his steam roller over on the Quails road where it has been sadly need ed for over 60 days. Douglas Needham, Charlie Bales, Chas Hurst and Culman Ennis, have all joined the Morgan Coun ty Colony already at Flint, Mich, where big wages are said to pre vail. C A Bales and S T Kimbell mo tored over to Wartburg and trans acted business with. Register Cren shaw. Miss Adams is now sojourning with relatives in St Louis, break ing her journey to California at that point Her sister Mrs Thatch er is spending the winter with her son in Dallas) Texas. Dr De Colbert has thoroughly disinfected the Pretroucski house and will move in shortly. making it more convenient to his business. Mrs Fred Philips has been ill for the past few days, necessitat ing a trip to Dr Jones, but at this writing is convalescent. Some mysterious disease has at tacked the hogs in tiiis vicinity and is proving fatal in most cases. Supervisor Goad having lost over one hundred dollars in value on his blooded stock. Perlie Branstetter took a merry party of young folks te Ilarriman Friday evening to a meeting of the Holy Roller sect, returning in the wee small hours of the morning. S T Kimbell has sold to Mary Takac 60 acres on the Pike road for Capt Joseph T Mill of St Louis Mo., also 100 acres on the Pike road to US Young of Charleston W Va. Dr Jones has purchased the tim ber on Dr Goad old place and will cut it at the same time he cuts the timber on the adjoining lands. Non-Resident Notice Laura Thompson vs Hary Thomp son. In the Criminal and Law Court at Wartburg Tennessee. In this cause it appearing to the court from the bill which is sworn to that Hary Thompson, the de fendont is a non-resident of Tennes see, so thas the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him, he is therefore; hereby required to appear before the judge of the crim inal and law court at Wartburg, Tenueesee on th secoud Monday in December next and make de fense to the bill tiled aginst him 10 this cause by Laura Thompson, otherwise said bill will be taken for confessed and the cause set for hearing expartao as to him. It is further ordered that this notice be published in the Morgan County Press for 4 consecutive weeks. This Not 1. 1817. Chas W Summer Circuit Court Clerk Lost A bay horse colt about 20 months old a little white in the face. Was Hoen in the old Oak u!o rood near Ileidel's. Reward r his recovery. Arthur Christmas, llamman H S Wanted Golden Seal (yellow) roots, and othor kiud'tqi roots. Write me what you have before shipping. Would liko to have some green Golden Seal roots. W N Long, Florence, Ky. High School Notes. The Apolo Music Club me: on Tuesday afternon from one to two. Rev F C Gleason was a visitor this week. The Central High School teach ers gave a free ie in on strati on of footracing at Oakdale Sunday week. They raced a fast train through the yards and beat the train to a stand still with Miss Hornsby leading. On the afternoon of October 31 the primary and intermediate grade enjoyed a Halloween party. Several prizes were awarded to the children, Mrs Ott, Mrs Summer md Mrs Strayer were visitors. ,The Domestic Soienue class gave a Hallowe'en party Wednesday night Oct 31 at the High School building. A pleasant evening was spent in fortune telling, music and games. Late in the evening iced tea, cookies and apples were served The program at High School on Friday night was successfully car ried out. We wish to thank the people of this community for their presence. We are especially grate ful to the gentlemen who gave the interesting debate. Strayed from my place Oct 23 a small cow, her face mostly white, her body pale red with a few white spots, with a smooth crap of the right ear and a split in the same ear. She carried a large bell. I will give a liberal reward for in formation of her whereabouts. W K Brown, Lancing R 1. Farm for Sale! TheCasady farm one mile from Lancing on the Wartburg Pike, im proved. See AG Waddell, Lancing R 1 A Letter From Rose Mr and Mrs J G Peters were visiting Everett Peters at Glen mary Saturday and Sunday. E Tompkins was here one day last week buying cattle Mrs J II Albertson and family of Rockwood is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs D C Young. W H Mathews has bought a car and is now prepared to give his friends a joy ride. There was a spelling bee at the school house Saturday night which was greatly enjoyed by all present. Frank Brown who haa been in Clendenin, W Va., for about two years, is visiting friends and rela tives here. Dennii Rollins who has been vis iting friends here, has returned to his home in West Virgin. Gambit Bros have completed their grading here and have moved 'heir outfit and camp to Burrville. Call and se us for job print- nit Attachment Notice T C Dillon vs J L Harrison Before P W Holder, J P. Whereas the said T C Dillon on, the 20thday of Oct, 1917 made affidavit ber fore me the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace for Morgan,. county, Tenn., that the said J L Harrion was Justly indebted to him in the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars and that said J L Harrison resided out of this State and gave bond as required by law in attachment cases and on safd date I issued an attachment against the estate of said J L Harrison returnable on the same date and the said attachment has been levied on cer tain property of the undersiged by garn ishment and an order fortius publication has been duly made. Now therefore J L Harrison is here by notified to appear before me at my office on or before the 1st day of May, 1918 then and there to defend said at tachment suit or said case will be pro ceeded with exparte. This Oct. 20, 1917 16 P W HOLDER, J P Non Resident Notice Julia Maupin vs Guy W Maupin In the Criminal and Law Court of Morgan Co Tenn. Ii appearing from the bill which is sworn to that Guy W Maupin the. del'endent. is a non resident f the Slat s of Tenn. He is there fore required to appear before the Judge of the Criminal and Law tjourt at Wartburg, Morgan Co Tenn. on the second Monday in December next, and make defense to the bill filed against 'liin in said That Lingering Cold is a steady drain on your physical stamina. It im poverishes the blood, distresses the digestion, and exhausts your vigor. It affords a fertile field for 6erious infection and 13 likely to become chronic. You Needn't Suffer from it if you will take Peruna and use prudence in avoiding exposure. Peruna clears up catarrhal conditions. Thous ands have proved this to any fair person. Get a box of the tablets today prove it your self. 1 a n y prefer the liquid form. Both are T good. s. At yOUr drUg- c THE PERUNA C0K?ANT Colombo. Ohio flim't 'luburru Spit and Smoko lour Life A nay, To quit touaeco easily and forever, be mag eiic. lull of life, nerve and vit'or, tulie No-To fiic, fie wonder-worUer, that makes weali men trotiK All ihugjjists, 50c or II. Cure guaran tee! Hoolilct und sample free. Address iterUne Uemedy Co., Chicaeo or New Yorlr. ntu vmi HUNTING TRIP Be me to h properly e-iriw ( the STEV. LNSaoU )o CANNOT CO WKuNii. Weu.a- RIFLES . . . from $2 25 te $1?0.00 PISTOLS . . . from SEJto 60 00 SHOTGUNS . . from T 60 te 85.00 Atkyourllet ndhutoiSfil foe no-pre IVnav umulraUlie. If traled cat:". If Inlet Toucoool.tai;i.eMu;eu I U f.HooNv vol dirert,cJrrAiT"'-hh,t- :"c fr,-.,d, ma recat f; foe fooeenfU ! to cuiUf price. i " pmf. Oo ttmrti'e free-col' Alowlnem Hawer wfll be, acmvt aevwnete i o cei la J. STXVKfS A&M3 AJTD TOOL CO, P. O. Bn arqt Chieopee Falls. Mui,U. S. A. court by Julia Muupin r otherwise the bill will lo taken for onfessed and proceed with exparte. it is further orVrd that this notice be published in the Morgan County Press a newspaper bubl:sh ed in Morgan Co 'for four conse-u-live weeks. This Oct 23rd 1017 CHAS W SUMMER Circuit Court Clerk. I J Human, atty for plft. 10 No". 1643 Hazel Hardwick vs. Jolly Hardwick. In the Chaacery Court at Wartburt, Tenn. In this cause it appearing from the bill which is sworn to that Jolly Hardwick the defendant is a uon-resi-dent of the State of Tennesse, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be sarved upon him, he is therefore here by required 10 appear before the Clerk and Master at his office In Wartbnrg, on or before the Third Monday in November next to make defence to said bill or the same will be taken for confesser1, and the cause proceeded with expartee as to him. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Morgan County Press, This Oct. 22, 1917 R A DAVIS 15 Clerk and Master by J H Staples, D C & M $1.00 Will pay for a year's subscription to the Morgan Couuty Press. Non-Resident Notice Nannie West ) vs No I641 A R West. It appearing from the hill in this c.ise which is sworn to that the defendant A i West is a non resident of the State of Tenn. so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upou him. He is therefore required to apper before the Chancellor of the Chancery court of Mor gan county on the Third Monday in November 1917 and make defence to the bill filed agains him in this case or the same will be taken for confessed and the case pro ceeded with exparte as 10 him. This October 16, 1917. R. A. DAVIS 14 Clerk and Master By J H STAPLES D C & M. 1 J Human, Sol. Non-Resident Notice Thos Collier, et al vs John W Hawkins No 1633 Before W S Campbell, Justice of the Peace for Morgan County, Tennessee. It appearing from the affidavit filed in this cause which is sworn to that the defendeut John H Hawkins is a non resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on him. said defendent is therefore hereby required to appear before me on the 10th day of November 1917 at the hour of 1 o'clock p m at my office in, Oakdale, Morgan county, Tenn and make defence to said suit commenc ed by attachment against said deft, or the seme will be taken for confessed and set for hearing exparte as to him. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Morgan Co Press. W S CAMPBELL, J P. This October 10, 1917 13 4t Non-Resident Notice Circuit Court Clerk's office Fentress county State of Tennessee. To W W Wood a non-resident, As the owner or as the agent or attor ney of the owner of the following de scribed property, to wit: North by marks, south by B H & Co.. east by marks, west by H L Co. You are hereby notified that unless you appear at my office at the court house in the town of Jamestown. Tenn essee, on or beforr the 10th day of Dec. 1917 ana pay the sum 01 S6.00. state county, and all other taxes assessed against said lands, together with interest penalties and costs incurred, including this notice of publication, as now provid ed by law, your right to redeem shall b forever barred, and deed to the same shall be executed by me to DU Beaty, the purchaser of said land, V itness my hand at office, on this 1st day of Oct 1917. V P RAINS. U Circuit Court Clerk Send us the price of a year's subscription.