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The Travelers' Life Insurance Co.
Sell only guaranteed life contracts at the Lowest Cost to the insured. Jno. T. Walker Co. PHONE 118. : : : : UNION CITY, TENN. CLASSIFIED ADS Will sell new west-Bide, 7-room bouse, well located, electricity, con crete walks, city water, near busi ness center, easy tcrmo. - - 35-4tpd MRS. C. E. TREVATHAN. FOR SALE: Nice buggy, pony, harness, etc., Pnone 262. 33-tf FOR SALE 2 etory, 11 room frame residence, corner Grove and Morgan streets near college. J. A. COBLE. Gibbs School Box Supper. Wednesday night November 26, one and all are invited to a Box Sup per at the school house at Gibbs for the benefit of the school. . . .. . MISS LORRAIN WOODFIN, FOR SALE Six-room dwelling house on Palmer street. Lights and water, lot 63x127. This office. FOR SALE Two , good heating stoves and one organ for sale. Apply to Mrs. C. Garth, phone. 6 9-J. 34-tf Three thousand bricks and two thousand feet of lumber for sale fchesp.' J. H. Bradley 411 College street. ' 34 tf Wanted: Five thousand people to attend the Great Opening Tuesday, November 25, from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m.-REYNOLDS PACKING CO. . FOR SALE- Ooe modern bungalow and building lot on corner of First and Palmer St. Two houses ard lots on Mill St. For prices and particulars, see H. P. Taylor, Nailling Building, or pbone 207 W. ' 27tf LADIES OR GIRLS WANTED Ex perience not neccessary. Pay while you learn. Ideal working conditions. Only qualification necessary willing ness to learn. Apply to the CHILDS SPECIALTY House. Union City, Tenn. 34-tf For Sale 157 acres, of good hill land, right in the heart of oil districts without oil lease, 1 mile east of Reel, foot Lake, mile south of Fish-gap hill, 90 acres cleared, "good house and other improvements, for quick sale Ky., R. 5. JIM CAMPBELL. 35-2t FARM FOR SALE My farm three miles south of Union City, con taining 106 acres, fenced and cross fenced, two barns, deep wells and water system. For particulars see owner on premises. S. E. AGNEW, R. F. D. No. 1, Union City Tenn. 32-tf STRAYED Medium site yellow Jer. Bey cow, one horn off, giving milk. Left my place on the 19th inst.. Please put her up and notify me at Harris, Tenn. 35-ltpd . " J. G. COVINGTON. WANTED Furnished rooms for lights housekeeping, will pay good price. References furnished. Both Phones, No. 82. 35-2tpd C. G. TEFLETTER. '" "If you are thinking of erecting a monument It will pay you to write , The Eclipse Marble and Granite Works, J. J. Snyder, Proprietor, Humboldt, Tenn. Nothing but the best of material used, and the highest class of mechanical workmanship. Farmers . See the hog scraping; machinery run at the plant on Opening Day, Tuesday, December 9, ai 1:30 p. m. REYNOLDS PACKING CO. " There will be a Box Supper at Roger's School house Friday night, November 21. Proceeds go for up-building of school. LELA WILLIAMS, " ' Teacher. jvJUul3UJ (mm She took STELLA-VITAH and got well. If she had taken TELLA-VITAE sooner, she needn't have broken down. Many women In the prime of life have made this mistake. Many young girls have started Into womanhood handicapped for life because their mothers neglected them at the critical period, For more than half a century BTELLA-VITAH has helped suffering? women: helped them back to health Tphd vigor, helped them .to keep well ana happy." w.ir. "' " t STELLA-VIT AE . is sold by ?our druggist on agreement hat if the lira bottle does not help you, he will refund " the money you paid or u. Thacher Medicine Co. Chattanooga, Trail IT, W. JU 9Mn. Dcreri found BTELLA-VITA1 the Tfrr medicine die needed. Bhe telle her experience in the letter fol lowing : "I feci that I should tell yen and tbow who mffer from female trouble I.., -- anuuWful BTEIXA.VITIE see dose for bm. I mnd from nerroua hmdaches sad was all run down ia health when a Mend of mine adviatd me to try BTEUA "Nothing- ! Rem lag to it M say goad, I eosehided to toy it, u4 Zit .ktn It mhark lima. I fouad. to bit great Joy, that tt was the very medicine 1 seeded. I am sow to anich better that I gladly racom- 1 A. - mwk aarltM Waval fflWIi A. tv sTW J wwhism w saw w female troubles. STEtXA-TTTAB will k Mr wonwa ail mat you ciira. . sua. . I . wm jam. For Sale at Oliver's Drug Store. VICTORY We shall have it with your help Grove's High School, of Paris vs Training School To-day Friday 3 oVock EVERYTHING, HARDWARE fbr EVERY BODY YOU CUT YOURSELE OFF FROM THE BEST CHANCE TO GET THE BEST HARDWARE AND TO SAVE MONEY WHEN von nr. wot fOMir TO OUR STORE. WHEN YOU COME INTO OUR STORE TO LOOK AROUND YOU WILL SAY "YOUR GOODS ARE THE BEST AND YOUR PRICES ARE Tltt haik EST WE EVER SAW." AND WE WILL GET YOUR TRADE. BE CAUSE YOU WILL LEARN THAT V OUR HARDWARE IS THE BESTt IT STANDS THE TEST. FranK C. Wehman THE HOME Or. THE MAJESTIC RANGE. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Tom Prather, State Line, was a Monday jisitor. Mrs. E. B. Robinson, of Dyer, was a Tuesday shopper. Bring the children to" Wehman's and let them select what they should like for Santa to bring them. Don't wait too late. Mrs. Florence Johns, of Obion, was a visitor here this week. Miss Theresa Talley has returned from a few days visit in Fulton. Five hundred Government Bain coats, bought at Camp Zachary Tay lor, going at $2.98 at Phil Hyman's store. We lead others follow. , Miss Lizzie Tarns has returned from a visit to Mrs. Bees Curlin at Hick man. . Heal bargains in talking machines at Kirby's. Mrs. Joe Prieto and Mrs. W. R. Webster were in Fulton Tuesdajr as visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Higgs, of Obion, were here Saturday going to Martin for a visit. Five hundred Government Bain- coats, bought at Camp Zachary Tay lor, going at $2.98 at Phil Hyman's store. We lead others follow. C. L. Jones, Jr., was home last week on account of illness, but is back at his work again. Miss Mary Honeycutt, of Number Two, was a visitor here this week in the home of Mayor and Mrs. F. L. Pittman. -Visit the Reynolds Packing Com pany plant on the Opening Day, Tuesday, November 25. Miss Ruth Newberry has returned to Gleason after a few weeks with Miss Pearl White as assistant in dressmaking. Five hundred Government Bain- coats, bought at Camp Zachary Tay lor, going at $2,98 at Phil Hyman's store. We lead. others follow. Mr. W. M. Hamilton, who went to Texas, Beveral years ago, has returned and is looking for a Email farm. He wants to buy. All the latest patterns in Cut Glass and Fancy China have just arrived! at Wehman's. A gift for every oc casion. , Mr. Rube Bennett, of Idaho, who lo in Troy visiting his brothers, was here yesterday with his brother, Mr. John W. Bennett. Five hundred Government Bain- coats, bought at Camp Zachary Tay lor, going at $2.98 at Phil Hyman's store. We lead others follow. Mrs. A. J. Scates, of the Childs Specialty House, left this week for Chicago for a few days In the inter est of the business. Mrs.' Andrew Hurt and daughter Miss Edna Lois, of Kenton were In the city this week visiting Mr.and Mrs. T. J. Malone. Five hundred Government Bain coats, bought at Camp Zachary Tay lor, going at $2.98 at Phil Hyman's store. We lead others follow. r Mrs. M. E Anderson and grand daughter, Miss Leo Parks, leave next Tuesday for Chicago, where they will be located for the winter. Have von nlaced vour order with us for your hardware needs t If so, we thank you. If not, we earnestly solicit your order. Wehman's. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Boulden, of McKenzie; Miss Sanders, of Nash ville; Mr. Geo. Moody and Miss Lau ra Lancaster motored to Fulton Sun day. Five hundred Government Bain- coats, bought at Camp Zachary Tay lor, going at $2.98 at x nil Hyman's store. We lead others follow. We are ready for the coal shortage with a supply of Reflectors and Oil Heaters.' Make your selection early at Wehmans. We thank you. Miss Mollie Bourne, Hickman, and Mr. Edwin Bourne, of Birmingham, Ala., were in the city this week at tending, the Bourne-Robinson wedding. Mrs. J. T. Perkins and Mrs. Tom Whitnell, of Martin and Fulton, were in the city this week attending the wedding of Mr. Bourne and Miss Robinson. . Take good advice and do your Christmas shopping early. Our stock is complete now with gifts for young and old, but conditions are such that early Christmas shopping is wise. Come in and see what we have. Weh man's. , - Mrs. M. W. Neel and Mrs. M. A. Wright who has been .visiting their sister Mrs. M. C. Shlve, have returned to their homes, Memphis and Maud, Miss. J " -Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Carpenter have moved Into their new cottage home on South Fifth street.- The house is a jieat cottage, finished with stucco and ia a comfortable home, - , There is a hearty welcome await- in? von at Wehman's. We wantl j your patronage' and know we are in THE PHIL HYMAN Profit - Sli&r img' Sale Has drawn many shoppers from all-over this country and ounstore has been crowded with satisfied customers Our sale is still going on and ypu can come and get your supply for the winter at a saving of 335 Per Cent ' - on everything bought at the Phil Hyman Profit-Sharing Sale. So when you start from home for Union City, just think of Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store and don't fail to come in and price our goods, which speak for them selves. Thanking you one and all for the attention fsrhown us in this great sale, we remain Sincerely yours, Phil Hyman's Cut-Price Store, , WE LEAD AND OTHERS FOLLOW. b. A. Ledbetter. Of the Obion En ter prise, was a Sunday visitor lng. the city. Lieut. Lock Key and wife, of Brownsville, Texas were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dlet- sel, Jr., at home Just west or ine city. - Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burton, of Nashville, v. ere in the city Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman Diet zel at their beautiful farm home Just west of town. Wave vour car overhauled at the Union City Garage. We are in posi- tinrt tn riv VOTI A flrst-claSS job, UVM WW charges reasonable. I will personally "conduct all repair work this winter and see that you get a first-class job. C. V. ANDREWS. Mrs. W. H. Gardner, who has been a guest for several weeks of Miss Rhine Joyner in the city, left this week Koing to Memphis to visit Mrs. Ben Capell, and from there she goes to Helena, Ark., to spend the winter with Mrs. Claud Fitzpatrick. Non-Eesident Notice. iallie Cox vs. Samuel Cox Petition VFor Divorce n this cause. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court from com plaiiAnts bill which is sworn to, that the Defendant, Samuel P. Cox is a non-resident of the state of Ten. nessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot bo served upon him. It is thereforo ordered by the court that publication be mado in "The Commercial" a newspaper published in Union City, Obion County, Tennes see, for four consecutive weeks com manding the said Samuel P. Cox to personally appear before the Judge of the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tennessee of Union City, .Tennessee on the first Monday In January 1920, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill or the Bamo will be taken as confessed as to him, and the cause set for hearing exparte. .This the 19th day of November 1919. ' J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. LANNOM & STANFIELD, Sol. for Compl't. 35'4t f vras.tLerejo, uialte a sketch of Mer. Luncheon was Just over, and he wav talking, to a little knot of women. The first Sfds I heard, as I slid quietly into aVrby seat, were -National Biscuit," Iallinj'jBjp antly my own tasty Vliecaifch eou.' I liked her,j5id com- fortably as h-fwiin. my pen and ears bf&'r7 "Between The dark an he was quoting, "the it of Dause whrea aems waitlDJ'fisrenln MldrpJsSfi'fTce they w MiSfve eiven that oabfes. First I had Always ready tttZa'?t . fllwavs fresh always wel me in my yyr come. An appetizer at the be-chiidrny- ginning of the meal, making the best -i ays a world dren's.Hour like afeast For the tiny toddlers there' is a varied menu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit and milk, sometimes Graham Crack; ers, Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis cuit. This is changed on special occasions t Ola Time sugar uook les or JBSewtons and, rarest of are dava when we had cream and Nabisco, and those were our party days. "Don't think my hour to Just a lunch hour. It started us happily. c!iinlf ii a sure tnev .-?ry day for must feed N must ielr ike) :o) ve. and pure ter mn wi tb t so souo better, and the final touch of satis faction when the cheese and coffee are fierved. Nothing can take the place of Uneeda Biscuit on the family .table. NATIONAL. BISCUIT iaa.,1 Lunmni w- .X I pau u were Hour. went Yon, "are mnchTiie-i ' mala. . They are most lot most tractable after thev'-Vv.. something to eat National Bic in8 afwa: wave uainty, al yNational Darin c the ray babies were growing never missed the Chil- oinetbing to eat National Bisce never nussea tne cnu rtalnries alwava bedn our Chitii Hour with its tasty feast. Election Notice. The undersigned Commissioners of Election of Obion County herby call a special election to be held in the 2nd Civil' District of Obion County within lawful hours on Saturday, December 6th, 1919, for the purpose of electing a Justice of the Peace to fill out the unexpired term of Esq. J. W. Alexander, deceased; and we hereby appoint the following persons to open, hold and make return of said election as required by law. Officer, W. P. Noah; Judges, L. T. Holliday, John Hefley, Nick Logan; Clerks: Dick Sanders, Aubrey Lo gan. W. M. MILES, Chairman. E. H. MARSHALL. Obion County Election Commissioners. f OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR WHOSE HARDWARE? - WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE. TRY.US. FRANK C. WEHMAN'S TYPEWRITERS Cleaned and Repaired Old machines made like new. Ribbons and rubber platens for any make machine. PhonograpJis i8L Rs pired Yale Keys Cut to Fit S. E. BYRN Repair $hop Over Webman'f Store Cum. Phone 317 position 10 em&ienuy serve yvu.