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The Morgan County Press
PUBLISHED
EVERY FRIDRY MORNING
AT
WARTBURG. TENN.
Entered at Wartburg August 3, 191ft, as second class matter under the act of
Congress of March 3, 1879
A. B. PETERS
Subscription $1.50 per year, 86cts 6 months in advance.
ADVERTISING RATES
86cts per inch or fraction thereof Single Column, I5cts per inch Plate
Matter. Special rates on large contract.
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL
Meets every Sunday morning at 10:00
o'clock at the Presbytarian church.
PROF.C.C. JUSTUS, Supt.
MISS GLENA KREIS, Secy.
Dkfc
The next Annual Ses
sion of the Morgan oun-
tyPair, at Deer Lodge ,
Tenn,S ept.i21,fc22, 23,
24, 1920.
$1.50
Will pay your subscription to
the Morgan County Press for one
i year.
Mr. Rufus Jones of Sunbright
was visiting his danghter Mrs. S
H. Jestes, first of the week-
MJ. and Mrs. Ott, Misses Blanch
Ott and Wilma Schubert, were in
Harriman, Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Litton of Evans
ville, were visiting relatives here
Saturday and Sunday,
Theo Jones who has been clerk
ing in T. A. Hood's store at Evan.
ville, returned home Sunday, to
enter school.
Miss Velma Wiley is visiting in
Lexington, Ky.
Miss Green of Rockwpod is the
'guest of her aunt Mrs. J- A
! Honeycutt.
Mrs. C. E. Gilespie of Oakdale,
was a visitor in town, Monday-
! W. T- Walton of Rugby, was in
'town first of the week.
I I. Human of Mill Creek was
j in town Tuesday, and gave this
office a call while here.
Mrs. Whittle and daughter Mrs.
Gauz, from Baltimore, Md. Mrs.
Hixon and Mr. Fred Engert, from
Knoxville, were guests of friends
and relatives here last week.
Mr. Lee Davis and sister Miss
Maud Daves left Sunday to enter
Carson-Newmau College, at Jeffer
son City.
Miss Marie Friday leaves Sunday
for Greenville, Tenn. where she will
enter Tusculum College-
imfillnw tones of
Uhe Court-house clock ean be heard
as it strikes off the hours. It is a
pleasuere to hear the striking of the
clock once more after a long silence.
Judge Jones ia having the roof re
paired and painted which was bad
ly needed The workmen have re
paired the clock, and during the
day and the stillness of the night
the deep basso tones can be heard.
The Judge is to be commended
for his progressiveneas.
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i
Publisher
We are sorry to learn of the se
rious illness of Rev. D- H. Taylor.
We hope he will soon be on his feet
again.
SheriffsByrd and Scott made a
raid on a boot-legger early, Sunday
morning, and while they missed
the bird by a hair's breadth they
Secured a gallon of his goods shd
brought it to Wartburg.
We eommend our officers for
such splendid work and trust they
will keep it up. Such work as these
officers performed Sunday morn
ing, is patriotic and for the good of
the people.
Willis Walker is in town today.
Miss Ruth Quinn has been the
guest of Mr- and Mrs. J. C Quinn.
for the past few days.
Rev. Iscar E. Feucht of near Akron-
O- arrived here the latter part
of the week, to become pastor of
the Lutheran church- The installa
tion services were held on Sunday
morning by Rev. Kretzschuiar of
Knoxville, after which a delicious
dinner was spread. Services were
held again in the afternoon. .
Miss Eunice Williams of Cincin
nati, O- has been the recent gueat
of her cousin, Miss Edith Williams.
Mrs. M. L. Monroe and little
son of Goby, were visitors here
Sunday.
Mrs, L. E- Maxwell of Knoxville
Misses Nora Galloway and Myrtle
Summers of tiunbright were guests
of Mr. and Mrs- S. H. Jestes, last
week.
A Fatal Accident
Calvin Adams who lives at Goby,
was killed whil loading cross ties
at Goby, Sept. 8th. It seems a pile
of cross ties weae piled high on
each other, and while he was pull"
ing these down, the ties fell on him
crushing the life out of him-
He leaves a wife and seveiai chil
dren, and brothers. Mr Adams was
a hard workfng man and has many
friends who will be saddened by
the news of his death.
Honor Roll
We acknowledge receipt of paid
in advance subscriptions since last
issue.
R. V, Davibson Lancing, Rt. 1
Nick Jacks Lancing, Rt. 1
Dudly HolladayOakdale
V. V. Easley Akron, Ohio.
R. Jones Sunbright
C. E- Gillespie Oakdale
Arthur Young Glen Mary, Rt
L, M. T. Clark W. Palm Beech
Ina Summer Danville, Ky.
L- E- Ed wads Deer Lodge
Mary E. Jacks Jacksonville Fir.
RUGBY-
The Knoxville Convocation of
the Episcopal Church, met in Rug
by Aug- 30th Sept. 1st and 2nd,
at Christ Church with a fair at
tendance of Clergy. The presence
of Co-adjutor, Bishop, Rev. Troy
Beatty of Memphis, added greatly
to the impressiveness and good
work accomplished by the Convocation-
The Bishop preached
a fine sermon, Tuesday evening,
confirmed a class, Wednesday eve
ning, administered Holy Commu
nion Thursday, A- M. and baptized
the infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. T- Walton, Anna Joyce
Walton. There were morning, after
noon and evening sessions in which
all the visiting clergy participated.
Many delightful and helpful social
occasions, never to be forgotton,
marked the Convocation, among
them receptions at the homes of
Mrs- F. J. Coakley, Mr- and Mrs.
C. C. Brooks, Mr- and Mrs. C. H.
Dunning, a dinner to the clergy
men of the church by Mr. and Mrs.
Dunning, ;a supper at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T- Walton break
fast at Rev. and Mrs- Bensted. to
the clergy and confirmation class
at which Bishop Beatty presided
in a most felicitous manner.
Rev. A- C. Killeffer of Monterey
and Harriman, former rector here
was warmly welcomed by his many
friends.
The family of Rev. Ed Jones
who have been spending the sum
mer at Rugby, left for their home
in Ciattanooga last Friday. They
will be greatly missed
Mr. and Mrs. C. H- Dunning
of Oa i-Lodge, have as their guests
their daughter Mrs. Morley Som.
ers and little son, of Seattle, Wash.
Mrs. Leon Daniels and Miss Mar
garuete Hillis, of Chattanooga.
Miss Minnie Hamby of Rock
wood, is a guest at Walton Court.
Miss Mary Rowell after a pleasant
summer spent at jthe home of Mr.
and Mrs. Brooks, left for herjiome
tn Cincinnati, Ohio.
Master Ernest Brooks has entered
ihe High School at Suubright.
Mrs- Albertson our Co. Super
visor, a woman of extraordinary
ability and insight, visited our
school and found Mr. York, our
teacher doing good work. Rugby
has the best wall maps .and globes
she has seen in the Co. bought
from popular entertainment funds-
NON RESIDENT NOTICE
Rosa Johnson Vs Henry Johson
In The Circuit Court at
Wartburg, Tennessee. j
In this cause it appearing from
t'le bill which is sworn to, that
Henry Johnson is a non-resident
of the State of Tennessee so that
that the ordinary process of lalv can ;
not be served upon him. He is
therefore hereby required to appear
before the Judge of our Circuit
Court at a court to be held for the
County of Morgan at the Court
house in the town of Wartburg,
Tennessee, 'on the third Monday of
October next and make defence to
the bill filed against bin in said
court by Rosa Johnson or otherwise
the bill will be taken for confessed
and proceeded with ex parte-
It is further ordered that this
notice be published for four consec
utive weeks in the Morgan County
Press, a weekly newspaper published
at Wartburg, Tennessee- i
This the 7th day of September 1920 .
Chas. W- Summer, !
Circuit Court Clerk- j
Morris & Jestes Attys. for Pltff. .
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FRANKLIN K. LANE.

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