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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1?, 1919. A NERVOUS YREGK f roa Tfcree Yean Sciferiaf . Say Cards! Modeller Well. Texas Oty, Tex. In an Interesting Statement, Mrs. a H. Schill, of this town, says: "For three years I suffered untold agony with my head. I was unable to do any of my work. I just wanted to sleep an the time, for that was the only ease I could get, when I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck just front the awful suffering with my head. - I was so nervous that the least noise would make me jump out of my bed. I tad no energy, and was unable to do anything. My son, a young boy, had to do all my household duties. I was not able to do anything until I took CarduL I took three bottles in an, and it .surely cured me of those awful headaches. That has been three years ago, and I know the cure is permanent, for I have never had any headache since taking CarduL .. Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui. It did wonders for me." Try Cardui for your troubles made from medicinal ingredients recommended in medical books as being of benefit In female troubles, and 40 years of use has proven that the books are right. Begin taking Cardui today. NC-134 -i Hon-Besident Notice I i '. r Mro. Eula Eaaterwood, her husband Oscar Easterwood, Claude King, et al.' vs. Jack Harris, Vcnona Harris, Lorell Harris, Mrs. Claudie Crow ell, and her husband Robert Crow ell, et al. In the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, at Union City,, before the Hon. J. B. Wad- dell, County Judge. .... t . M in tnis cause, u apyeanug mu w Petition, which is sworn to, that the Defendants Jack Harris, Venona Har ris, Lorell Harris, Mrs. Claudo Crow 11 and her husband Robert Crowell, ' are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, they are therefore here? by required to appear on or before the First Monday in January, 1920, before the Clerk of said Court, at his office in Union City, Tonnessee, and make defence to the Petition filed against them et al. in said Court, said Petition being for a sale of real estate for a division of proceeds, etc., . or otherwise the Petition will be tak en as confessed. It is further ordered that this notico be published for tour consecutive weeks in The Com mercial, a weekly newspaper puD lished at Union City. Tennessee. This November 20th, 1919. 36-4t R. H. BOND, Clerk. Can Money Purchase Health! . "Money can buy everything but health." - This old adage has been proven untrue by the Tennessee Anti-Tur berculosis Association wbieh, places on sale its tenth annual edition of Red Cros3 Christmas Seal on Decem ber 1st, throughout this state. These little penny seals have saved thous ands of lives for the pennies collect ed in sales of the past haveb ought health for thousands of men, women and children in this state. Next year 4,500 Tennesseans are doomed to die of Consumption a preventable, curable and controllable disease, unless they can have help. All that these people need is medi cal care and advice, good food, fresh air and a knowledge of how to take care of themselves that they may be prevented from infecting their fami lies and their friends. The Tennessee Anti-Tuberculosis Association does this with a staff of trained workers who arc constantly traveling throughout the state and who are working towards the day that each community will have a public health nurse to guard the public health. Since it has been proven that "Money can buy everything, includ ing health'! the Association -xpects to sell 20,000,000 seals in Tennessee thiB Christmas'tTae. These seals will be placed on sale in every community so that every Christmas Package and Letter will carry one of these penny messages of hope and health. Take some of your slandered mon ey and buy some health for your community. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most im portant. When an EFFICIENT an tiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use ou man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALINU AGENT. Buy it now and be ready. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. Where do you eat and drink t After all Forrester's place is the best. Knew Better. "How is it that Arthur never takes you to the theatre nowadays? quer ied Marie. - "Well, you see," her friend replied, one evening it rained, and we sat iu the parlor." "Yes?" "Well, ever since that we oh", I don't know; but don't you think that theatres are an awful bore?"-Tit-Bits. ww m W IA1L c a package before the war c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! mSw JPt Mm Mil m Mm mfM i:WJ te&WM fy$0 Avtw . Cow Testing. Tennessee has six cow-testing as sociations. Every dairy community where there are sufficient cows should have a cow-testing association to demonstrate whether or not board er cows are being kept. There are few regions where unprofitable cows cannot be weded out. If there are not. enough cows in the county to form a cowtesting association, a sys tem of private herd records will be found very profitable. The number of dairy cows in Ten nessee Is about 400,000 and they pro duce an average of less than 200 pounds of butter fat per year. Where individual production records have been kept many unprofitable cows have been found. In fact, a cow that will not produce more than 200 pounds of butter fat in a year, will not be sufficiently profitable to Jus tify being kept in the herd. If the average production, therefore is al most below profitable basis there are undoubtedly a large number of un profitable cows being kept at a con siderable loss. Then encourage the organization of the cow-testing as sociations, or the keeping of private herd records. The Bear Cat. Gen. Mangin's American troops af. fectionately called him the "Bearcat." News Item. They caleld him the "Bearcat" and and that's what he was. He never knew when to stop fight ing. - He may come down from a long line of knights. Who fought for the honor of right ing. The wrongs of a day that is faded and gray. They're famous in ballad and story. You've read a talc of some dame- 8el pale Who sent her knight out to find glory. They caleld him the "Bearcat" and fought for him well; Their ardor was never diminished. And now they have gone to their homes overseas; The Job that they had is all fin ished. He's none the worse off for a title, I guess. That humor has made a bit light er That rings with a tang of American slang. . So here's to the "Bearcat" good fighter. If you are thinking of eWtlng 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. Recalling the Past. , What are you reading there?" "A handbook of golf, published some years ago," answered Mr. Jags by. "You seem interested. I didn't know you played the game." "I don't. There are six full-page advertisements of Scotch whiskey in the back of this book." Binning ham Age-Herald. No Wonder. Mistress in 1890: Bridget, when you've taken up and beaten all the carpets, scrubbed the floors and brought In- coal for the grates, I want my trunk carried down from the attic. Besides, if you can't make better coffee than this, I'd like to know what' I'm paying you 110 a month for. Life. t Childlren take BALLARD'S HORE HOUND SYRUP willingly because it tastes nice. There isn't a better re medy anywhere for children's coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis. It's a good medicine and easy to tak. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. His Wife I wish you'd take Fido out for a walk, Charles. , Ex-Lieutenant Look here, Mabel, I hate to refuse you anything, but I'm darned if I'll be aide-de-camp to a Peke. Life. My first is a shortening for a name, My second the middle of Jhe same, My third is a single part of a chain, My whole is a bird that sings in the ' lane. ..' "' . '" , ', Answier: Bob-o-link. ' . ; - Guarded Utterances. "Why does that fellow never say anything?" t "He has to be careful as to what he says." "Huh?" "He has reputation for wit." Life. Helping Him. "You told him to diet," said the young doctors wife. - "Yes, I told him to eat only the very plainest food and very little of that." "Do you think 1hat will help him?" - "It will help him to pay my bill." Boston Transcript. To the V Otero and Citizens of Union City I hereby offer my services as Alderman, for the next two years, to the citizens of Union City. Yon have honored me by electing me to that posi tion for the present term and I have about served this tienn and ask yon for an endorsement, to be expressed by your votes on January 3. I have made mistakes as all human beings do. "A man who says he does'nt make mistakes, makes one when he says it" But I have at least tried to serve for the best interest of the whole people. I have never been absent from the meetings of the Board but three times; all unavoidably. I have never dodged an issue but have voted on every question presented and my record is on the minutes of the board meetings. , t .i i ;i i i I shall conduct my campaign on a high plane and have no criticism to make against any other candidate. I owe allegiance to no faction and shall serve, if elected, impartially. No man has a right to punish his enemies or reward his friends by vir tue of a public trust. I believe in fairness and justice among all people, I have advocated equal suffrage for men and women for eight or ten years and I also advo cate equal pay for equal service. Women who own property surely have been taxed without representa tion. Women who have no property have been subject to laws, in the making of which they have had no choice. I shall give the incoming mayor my loyal support, as I have done here tofore. Thanking you for all favors. I beg to remain yours respectfully. If ::::::::::::::"":- M. A. 13 RA MSFO RD ' ' Brave and Brainy. admit, but not brainy. Jill: Rather! Two pianos and fire , Adoring Youth Yes, It was, I up- phonographs moved out! Life. Sweet Girl The man I marry et the boat on purpose. Sickly children need WHITE'S must be both brave and brainy. Five years later he wished he'd CREAM VERMD7UGE . It not only Adoring Youth When we were only upset the boat. Edinburgh de8troys wormB jf there be any, but out sailing and upset the boat, I Scotsman. acta a8 a strengthening tonic in saved you from a watery grave. Jack: Many changes in your apart- the stomach and bowels. Sweet Girl TUat Iwas brave, I ment this year? Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. V'-.,,Avw.-. ..... .. fr v i , J 1 romwMrf tniMk hmnmom0 mum mmd kmlf-pamnJ Um kmmi durtmndthal imy. practical ponnd tryml kmmiJmr wit api mmUtwr torn hml Amd th tokacem m immm mmrftct condition. PUT a pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Fnnce Albert, if vou're on the trail of smoke Deace ! For. P. 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