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THE MORGAN COUNTY PRESS
Published Every Friday WARTKURG, TENNESSEE. A. B. PETERS Editor and Owner D. C. BOXIFACIUS, Publisher Member East Tennessee Press Association. Entered at Wartburg, Tennessee, August 8, 1916, as second class matter under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates reasonable and made known on application at this oilice. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year, Sl.OOj Six Months,50c, Payable in Advance. A million men have turned to One Eleven Cigarettes a firm verdict for superior quality. cigarettes 15fo,10 as confessed, and the cause proceed ed with exparte. ...... It is further ordered that this no tice be published in. the Morgan County Press for four consecutive weeks. This Oct. 22, 1922. R. A. DAVIS, Clerk & Master 10,20,4 CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. In obedience to a decree made entered of record in the case of John A. Jones vs Lucapz Pisco rski, com manding me to pell the property therein mentioned, I will on Mon day, Nov- 13, 1922, within legal hours offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder the follow ing described tract of land. Lyitig and being in the 7th Civil District of Morgan County, Tenn essee, and bounded as follows: "Be ginning on a stump in the James Ward line at his fence, thence West 156 poles to a stake: thence f?. 50 poles to a stake being a corner of Peter Annocks' 20 acre tract; thence E 40 poles to another corner of Peter Annocks; thence S. 38 poles to a stake, corner of cemetery; thence N. 48 E. 69 poles to the cemetery road; thence down the hill 52 poles to a stake, thence E 75 poles to a stake; thence N. 48 E- 16 poles to the beginning containing 80 acres more or less- Said tract containing in fact about 48 acres of land. Said sale will be for cash. This Oct. 20, 1922. R. A. DAVIS, Clerk & Master. 10-20-4 pear on or before the Third Monday in November next, before the Clerk & Master in his office at Wartburg, Tennessee, and make defense to the bill filed against Iter by John Byrd, or otherwise the bill will be taken as confessed and th6 cause proceed ed with exparte. It i further ordered that this no tice be published in the Morgan County Press for four consecutive weeks. This Oct. 20, 1922. NOTICE OFJLECTION. On Tuesday, November 7, 1922, there will be opened and held at the various voting precincts in Morgan County, an election for the purpose of electing a Governor, United States Senator, a member of Con gress for the 4th Congressional Dis trict, a State Senator for the 5th Senatorial District and a Represen tative of the General Assembly for the counties of Morgan and Ander son. The polls at the various voting precincts will be opened at 900 a. m. and close at 4:00 p. m. The following persons are hereby appointed to hold said election at the vaiious precincts in the county First District, Middle Creek. Officer, John Simpson, judges, Sam Walls, George Simpson, William Gouge, Clerks, Alex Hall, Joe Jackson. First District, Coalfield. Officer, Eugene Griffieth, Judges, P. H. Adcock, John Thornton, S. R. Shan non, Clerks, Lot Thornton, U. S. Mero ney. Second District, Fetros, Officer. N. J. Stonecipher, Judges, L. Hobbs, Riley Taylor, Zack Duncan, Clerks, W. H. Duncan, Joe Willoughby. Second District, Kelley's Officer, J. H. Joyner, Judges, John Basler, John Kelley, Sam Duncan, Clerks Henry Mehlhorn, Sam Barger. Third District, Crab Orchard. Officer, Jim Todd, Judges, George Alley, C. C. Todd, M. F. Brown, Clerks, James Todd, Eli McGill. Third District, Fine Orchard Officer. S. J. Carpenter, Judges, C.C. Blake, Rube Powell, Sam Collett.Clerks Dave Blake, Roy Stone. Third District, Catoosa. Officer, Hiram Alley, Judges, Levi Summers, Houston Adkins, Glover Nel son, Clerks, Ira Shadden, Town Brown. Fourth District, Wartburg. Officer, C. D. Freytag, Judges, J. S. Stephens, C. L. Kieis, Ed Bunch, clerks Ben Woolum, Fred Jones. Fourth District, Gobey. Officer, Dan Garrett, Judges, Jim Garrett, Alex Stringrield, John Griffith, Clerks, D. M. McCartt, Walter Thorn ton. Fifth District, Sunbright Officer, Ruf us Jones, judges, John R. Clerks, Win, Neil, Mrs. C. E. Babcock. Fifth District, Mill Creek School House. Officer, Henry Human, Judges, Sam Human, Joe Freels, -John J. Gaston, Clerks. M. N. Sumnei, Mrs. John J, Gaston. SIXTH DISTRICT, BURRViLLE. Officer, F, D. Hull, judges, John Owen TWELFTH DISTRICT, ROSE. Officer, W. T. Walton, judges, John York, Rev. I, H. Bee, Chas. Pearson; clerks, C. C. Brooks, W. J. Summe. . The above officers will take notice that under Senate Bill No. 3, enacted 1919, a penalty is provided for failure to serve in said capacity unless excused by proper affidavit filed with the board. W..Y. BOSWELL. Chairman, ' R. A. DAVIS, Secretary, W. Z. STRICKLIN, Board of Election Commissioners of Morgan County. I have associeted myself with some active real estate concerns and I desire to sell some farms in Morgan County. Persons .having farms for sale will communicate with me aud I can, possibly, ar range a sale. Prices must be reas onable, otherwise I cannot under take to sell your farm, however if you desire to sell and your price is riaht, I am sure that I can interest a purchaser- It will be necessary to execute an option contract of sale and you will address me at 229 Hill Ave., Knoxville, or Wartburg. It is my purpose to sell to people who will make desirable citizens. I have great faith in the future develop ment of the Cumberland Plateau and with some assistance can sell your lands to parties who will be in terested in developing this section of the country. Let us go together and induce capital to come here- Those having lands for sale will find me at the above address. C. D- WILEY FOR SALE. Administrator's Notice. To all whom it may concern : Having been appointed Adminis trator of the estate of A. D. Wil iams, deceased, late a citizen of Mo:gan County, Tennessee All per sons who are indebted to said estate are now notified to come forward and make settlement at once, and those hitving claims against said es tate will prepare and present the same to the County Court Clerk of Morgan County, Tennessee, duly verified for filing as the law pro vides. This September 30th, 1922. AGEE D. WILLIAMS, 10,6,4t. Administrator. One 8 H. P. Gasoline Engine. One 6 H. P. Gasoline Engine. One 10 H. P. Gasoline Engine. One 6 Roll Corn Shredder. One Threshing Machine. One 20 Inch' French Burr Grist Mill. One Feed Grinder with Sacker. One Three Seated Hack. One Two Ton International Truck. Terms 1-3 Cash, Balance six and twelve months time with in terest. T. WEIDEMANN Deer Lodge, Tennessee. Non-Resident Notice. Administrator's Notice. To Frank Roberts. ETHEL ROBERTS vs FRANK ROBERTS In Chancery Court at Wartburg, Tennessee. In this cause, it appearing from the bill which is sworn to that the defendant Frank Roberts is a non resident of the State of Tennessee, he is therefore hereby required to appear on or before the third Mon day in November next, before the Hon. W. R. OfRcer, Judge of said Court in Wartburg, Tenn., and make defense to the bill filed against him in said Court by Ethel Roberts, or otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed and the cause set for hearing exparte. It is further ordered that this notice be published in the Morgan County Press for four consecutive weeks. This Oct, 20, 1922 R A. DAVIS. Clerk & Master. CHURCHES BAPTIST CHURCH NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. JOHN BYRD vs MYRTLE BYRD No- 1942- In the Chancery Court at Wartburg, Tenn. In this cause it appearing from the bill which is sworn to that the defendant Myrtle Byrd is a non res ident of the State of Tei ness .e, she is therefore hereby required to ap R. A. DAVIS, Clerk & M aster Charlie Cromwell, D. W, Jacks, Clerks, 10,20,4 I Gaorge Galloway, John Peters. SIXTH DISTRICT, GLADES. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No- 1938. In Chancery Court at Wartburg. Tenn. JULIA BROWN vs OTIS BROWN In this cause it appearing from the bill which is sworn to that the defendant Otis Brown is a non-resident of the state of Tennessee, he is therefore hereby required to appear on or before the Third Monday in November next, before the Clerk & Shaver, Amos Aytes, S.J. Potter, clerks Master in his office at Wartburg, Jim Hawn, Oscar Bishop. Tennessee, and make defense to the NINTH DIST., OAK HILL SCHOOL HOUSE, bill riled against him by Julia Brown Officer, J . H. Hamby, judges. Tom or otherwise the bill will be taken ' Ti Jiden' W' H: McCartt' rictus, iim, o. oinngneic. TENTH DISTRICT, OAKDALE." Office-, J. D. Burton, judges, J.S. Hill, L. M. Goldston, Wm. Langley, clerks. Dave Alley, Walter Langley. ELEVENTH DISTRICT, LANCING. Officer, Gran Davis, judges, Harvey Gunter, Dan Davis, N. B. Melton, clerks Bub Scott, W. H. Jones. ELEVENTH DISTRICT, AMNASEL. Officer, Cal Daniels, judges, H. A. RitteJ, H. T. Jacks, Chas. Clark, clerks, Jamas Phipp. Cam. Emerson. Officer, Enoch Guffey, judges. Andy Lankford, Tom Innis, J. S. Cromwell, Clerks, Laban Needham, Alice Guffey. SEVENTH DISTRICT. DEER LODGE. Officer, A. C. Lavendei, judges, Till man Lavender, E. ' B. Lyons, Floyd Hurst, Clerks, Charlie Bales, Thos. Hayworth, SEVENTH DISTRICT, BUCK LICK. Officer, Monroe Hannahan, judges, Houston Jones, Dave Anderson, Mina Adkins, Clerks, Dave Cooper. Juhn W. j Jones. EIGHTH DISTRICT, POTTER'S CHAPEL. Officer, H. C. Lilhe, judges, Chas, To All Whom It May Concern : Having been appointed adminis trator of the estate of John C. Moore deceased, late a citizen of Morgan j County, Tennessee- All persons' who are indebted to said estate are now notified to come forward and j make settlement at once, and those having claims against said estate will prepare and pvesen, the same to the County Court Clerk of Morgan County, Tennessee, duly verified for filing as the law provides. This October 23rd, 1922. J. E. MOORE, Administrator. Preaching services every. Second Suivday of each month, at 11:00 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. You are invit ed to attend. REV. I. II. BEE, Pastor MRS. J. A. HONEYCUTT, Clerk ai.d Treas. Sunday School at 9:30. II. W. SUMMER, Supt. HA lilt Y NEWBERRY, Sec'y and Treas , PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services every First and Third Sunday in each month. REV. R. C- RANKIN, Pastor. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS la often caused by an inflamed condition or the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing. Unless the inflammation can De reduced, your hearing may be de stroyed forever. ; HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will ' ao what we claim for it rid your system of Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE has been successful in the treatment of Catarrh for over Forty Years. Sold by all druggists. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL Meets every Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock at the Presbytarian church. W. Z. STRICKLIN, Supt. A UN ETTA BECK. Sec'y- and Treas. SOCIETIES SIS W' INK HAS been respon sible for thousands of business successes throughout the country. Everybody in town may know you but they don't know what you have to seH Adrertidog Will Help Yea MASONIC LODGE. Emerald Lodge No. 377 meets every Saturday night on or before each full moon. T. A. MORRIS, W. M. L. RISEDEN, Sec'y. I. O. O. F. MOUNT TABOR LODGE No. 252, meets in I. O. O. F. hall every I irst and Third Saturday in each month E. R. DODSON, N. G. L. H. SCOTT, Sec'y JR. O. U. A, M. Wartbure Council No. 15. Jr. O. II. A. : M. meets First and Third Saturday in each month. Visiting brethern welcome. CHAS. FREYTAG. C. L. R. NEWBERRY, R. S. COURT CALENDER Chancery Court meets 3rd Monday of May and November. Circuit Court meets 3rd Monday of February, Jun and October. County Court meets 1st Monday of January, April. July and October.