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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
Friday, april is. 1920. EIIJOYSHIS 3 MEALS A DAY t!r. Wootsa mob Hi:li of ZIRON, Beciusi ttViis K!a His Old Self Again. Sick people do not get much out of life. In order to enjoy your meals, to do your work well, you must be strong and healthy. Pale, weak, nervous people frequently need iron to enrich their blood and to re store vitality to their system, and a good way to supply the iron is to follow the example of Mr. Clayton Wooten, of Scot land, Oa., who used Ziron Iron Tonic and has this to say about it: "I have taken Ziron according to direct teas and 1 can truthfully say that it is a fine tonic. It has done me all the good. Since I began taking it, I have gained eight pounds in weight and enjoy eating three meals a day. I shall do all I can to re commend Ziron." Try Zironl Your druggist sells Ziron on a guarantee to refund your money if the first bottle fails to benefit. You can not lose anything, but very likely will rain mucn, oy getting a Dome ot ziron, looayi ZN M Your Blood Needs E, W. Youngblood,D.V.M. Graduate Veterinarian CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT PrtrmM' Cumb.312 r nones. Home261-2 B Blew Furniture Co, Upholstering and Repair Work Furniture bought and sold. Best prices guar- teed. Telephone 101 SITES. T. A. Cummings and wife visited kinspeople In Newborn Sunday. Miss Stafford, of Gardner, was a recent visitor with Mrs. Will Cra vens. Winter, so reluctant to leave, rave soring a two days' call this week. The temperature was low enough Tuesday IJor formation of ice on shallow water. There is much uneasiness that most kinds of fruit are killed. Joe Clark, ill for six weeks with flu and pneumonia, has, in the past ten days, suffered a second relapse with acute indigestion. Mrs. Press Calllcott, of Pleasant Hill vicinity, was down Monday guest of Mrs. Glennie Phebus for the Randall Lyceum attraction. There was a large attendance at the sale of the effects of the late Jas. Harper Wednesday. Dinner was very efficiently served by the Troy ladies. Miss Emma Pruett, of Clayton, was up this week, the guest of Mrs Orie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sparkman re ceived an infant daughter in their home Sunday evening. Mrs. Clarence Bryson visited in Moffatt the first of the week, guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Shipp. With the exception of a very In clement night the Emma C. Randall program Monde y evening was very satisfactory. The character por trayals from "Merchant of Venice" and "Hamlet" were of a high order, "Christmas Day in the Morning," by Grace S. Richmond, read by Miss Randall, proved a favorite number, We are to have this same lyceum bu reau furnish five numbers next sea son it is reported from the school forum. Only ten business men were needed to sign the contract. Prin cipal Cravens reports double that number and more gave permission to use their names. T. C. Calllcott spent part of the week in Union City for medical at tention, or rather Mr. Callicott is having some toeth removed to break up a chronic case of neuralgia. Visit Dome Oil Well. From all reports that have been received by this office several nun dred visitors from all parts of the country were at the well of the Reelfoct Dome Oil Co., seeing the drill at work. Mayfleld Messenger, OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WARE WHOSE HARDWARE? FRANK C. WEHMAN'S. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE. TRY US. To the Creditors of C. G. (Bud) Thomas, Deceased. By order of the Clerk of the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, no tice is hereby given to all persons bav in? claims HPainst th6 estate of C. G. (Bud) Thomas, deceased, to tile same with the Clerk of said Court, authenti cated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before the 10th day of July, 1920, as the insolvency of said estate has been duly suggested, and any claim not so filed will be forever barred, both in law and equity. April 5, 1920. ,f G. M. THOMAS, Administrator of C. G. (Bud) Thomas deceased. 3-2t TO D. H. MYATT. Katberiae Myatt vs. D. H. Myatt Petition Divorce. Ta tVitn nonaa tfc flnnanrincr .f thn A. ..J iafaMinn nf the finurt from the com- planant's bill which is sworn to, that the defendant, D. H. Myatt, is a non resident of Tennessee, and a resident of the State of Kentucky, so that the process of law can not be served upon him. It is therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made in The Commercial, a newspaper published in Union City, Obion County, Tennessee, for four consecutive weeks, command ing the said D. H. Myatt to personally appear before the Judge of the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on the first Monday in May, 1920, and there plead, answer, or demur, to complanant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to bim, and the cause set for bearing ei-parte. This March 80, 1920. , I J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. H. C. Btanfield, Atty. 2-4t j A Surprise Social for Mrs. J. A. Morgan. The ladies of Pleasant Valley neighborhood were most royally en tertained last Saturday afternoon in the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Morgan. On account of sickness, bad weather and reads, some of their neighbors had not had the pleasure of meeting them since they had moved to their new home. So, Mrs. Anselmo Harris, being gifted with a spirit and talent of j knowing how to manage good things, ! suggested that we all go the same evening. After several hours of pleasant conversation, music and delicious refreshments, Mcsdames Sterling Stone and Jim Chambers drew for the next entertainment, and Mrs. Stone was the lucky hostess and Mesdames Alex Forrester and Ed Rankin were chosen to furnish a programme for tho occasion. it Smaller Cars -and the World's Most Popular Tires 1 I t T 1 ' lV I I'll I I H mm .-! V i No tires bearing the Goodyear name, not even the famous Goodyear Cords which equip the worlds highest-priced cars, embody a higher relative value than do Goodyear Tires in the 30x3-, 30x3V2-, and 31x4-inch sizes. In these tires owners of Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell and other cars taking the above sizes are afforded a measure of per formance and service such as only the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes can supply. AH that this company's experience and methods have accomplished in these tires is available to you now at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Go to this Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them. y v. 30x3 Goodyear Doubte-Cure n 50 Fabric, All-Weather Tread L 3 30 x3'i Goodyear Single-Cure 50 Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread Jb 1 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube ? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of less merit. 30x3y2 size in watmr- $A50 proof bag , . I Goodyear Tires, Tubes and Accessories sold Locally and at Obion, Tenn., by R. H. RUST, AUTORIZED FORD DEALER. Nervous fluttering or palpitation of the heart does not indicate heart disease, generally it means disorder in the stomach and digestion. Prickly Ash Bitters is a man's remedy for such ailments. It cleanses, strength ens and regulates the stomach, liver and bowels, removes the cause of the heart symptoms and builds up a strong and vigorous body. Price $1.25 per bottle. Oliver's Drug Store, Cobb's Corner Drug Store, special agents. Notice of Special Election. We, the undersigned Commission ers of Election of Obion County, hereby call a special election to be held in the 7th Civil District of said county, within lawful hours on Thursday, April 29, 1920, for the purpose of electing two Justices of the Peace for said district to fill out the unexpired terms of H. H, Hunt, Esq.( and J. A. Howard, Esq., who have resigned. We appoint the following persons to open, hold and make return of said election as re quired by law: Sunnyside: Officer, W. J. Jack son; Judges, John Hinson, George Janes, H. T. Callison; Clerks, Q. H. Griffin, Bill Brantley. Crittendon Grove: Offioer, Tom Hamilton; Judges, C C. Dickenson, Dolphis Leigh, Ben Simmons; Clerks, Granville Phillips, A. S. J. Duncan. Penn's: Officer, Hubert Price; Judges, Bailey Coley, Lee Lacewell, Dee Simmons; Clerks, Ther Hill, John Crockett. This April 12, 1920. 1 W. M. MILES, Chair. , , E. H. MARSHALL, Sec. , ROY A. VINCENT. THERE ARE THREE CLASSES: Those who do while they can Those who would when they can't Those who could now, but put it off until they can't. Which of these are you a member? Sixteen die of old age, while 2736 die at premature ages. Don't delay buying slife insurance policy. Consider this: The man or woman who dies during the first year leaves approximately 50 times as much to their dependents as if they had "saved" the premium. Select a good, strong company with a reputation the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company. We write Fire, Tornado, Automobile, Life, Sick and Accident. WHITE & QUINN SEE R.E. WHITE 'Only reliable companies represented. J Buick Service Station It is our pleasure to sell you a Buick Car. WHY? Because we know that it will be your pleasure to drive a Buick Car. All makes of cars repaired to your satisfaction and our guaran tee or your money refunded. ' Auto electrical system our specialty. Free, diagnosis. ' FOSTER & TOOMBS, Mechanics Ins and Outs. The ins and outs of politics Are not a cinch to learn. For politics has many tricks And tables often turn. The ins and outs cause many doubts, Your head is apt to spin. In turn about the ins are out, And then the outs are in. Imaginary Cheer. It was a fashionable bridge lunch eon. "Have you a strong imagination?" asked the hostess. Every lady said she had. "Just imagine, then, that you are drinking a cocktail. It will do you quite as much good and there won't be any bad after effects." THEY'RE new, they're different, and even though they're low-priced they're unusually durable and good-looking. We have sold a great many to the housewives about town and have yet to hear a complaint about them. Congoleum Gold-Seal Art-Rugs are fast supplanting all other types of medium-priced rugs now on the market They're washable, water-proof, and positively sanitary. Lie hat without fastening. Come in today and let us tell you about them and show you some of the very handsome patterns which we have 3 Harpole-Walker ' Furniture Company- lifi-' 'I'll i .ftirs Sb'l :SrTTT! Fa ICS I ;-r ;:lr XT