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The Commercial, Union City, Terns
FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1920. FARM LOANS I am authorized to take applica tions at the present time for loans of $3,000.00 or more on improved farm lands in Weakley and Obion Counties, Tenn., and Fulton, County, Ky., to be made by the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., at 6 per , cent interest, five year loans, reason able commission. Please apply at once if in need of a loan a the sup- ' EOUTE EIGHT. Mr. and Mrs. Earl James and Mr. and Mrs. Em Hurt were the Sunday ply of this money is limited and will likely be consumed in a short time. 0.. SPEADUN, Union , City, Tenn. WHOLE SYSTEM RUN -DOWN Click ImproYsmenl Is Noted After A Few Doses of ZlRON Iron Tonle. Increase in appetite, the coming back f strength, disappearance of headaches and other ills, are a few of the many good results obtained from the use of a ew remedy (Ziron iron Tonic). Mr. Sim OrimsiJy, of Cordele, Ga., tried Ziron and has this to say: "When I began to take Ziron, it seemed that my whole system was run-down, but soon after 1 began to take Ziron, I could eat more each day and would feel a great deal better. Ever since it seems i 11. I 1 . I I nui my iicaiui naa ecu improving, as i seldom have the headache or feel bad .'the least bit." Ziron is a new scientific combination oi pure meuicinai inorganic iron, com' bined with phosphorus, the active prin ciple of fiux vomica and the hypophos-' Dhites of lime and soda. It will helo to add more red corpuscles to your blood, resulting in more color in your cheeks more vitality in your system. Try Ziron today; on the money-bad guarantee. ZN II afternoon guests of Mr. Abe Critten don and family. Lucile Parrish, of Union City, vis ited Ruth Brewer Saturday. Mlsssy Lettie Brewer and Myrtle Chapel spent Saturday night with Mrs. Drew Alexander. ' Mr. and Mrs. Monroo Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White, of Mar tin, spent Sunday at Mr. O. R Clark's. Miss Pauline Slayden spent Sun day, afternoon with Misses Alma and Ethel Brewer. Mr, and Mrs. Bob Hood, of Ful ton, vi3ited relatives here Scturday rnd Sunday. Mr. Rolla Hauser and vife went to Fulton Suadcy to - visiti Mrs. Hauscr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. V7. Jackson. Mr. Fred Covington and wife spent Sunday at Mr. Tom Chapel's Mrs. J. L. Carter attended singing at Crittendon Grove Sunday after noon. 1 The Misses ' Kimbro, of Martin, were ths guests of Miss May Bowers Saturday night. Mrs. Clifton Crittendon, of Gibbs, spei t the week-end with homefolk. Mrs. O. R. Clark spent the day Monday with Miss Jessie Crittendon. Mr. and Mrs. Plummer White' spent Sunday with Mr. John White. . Miss Annie Mai Davis spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Plummer rWhitc, at Mount Pelia. 'Mrs. Herman Carter and mother spent Saturday , with Mrs. Abe Crittendon. Willie Crittendon spent Saturday night and Sunday In Union City with Mr. Truman Plerson. Mrs. Delia Mays is at Gardner spending a few days with Mrs. Mol lle Elder. bur Blood Needs A lone Time Since. '.'Can you Buggest a nice inex penoive car I can get?" "No, nor an inexpensive wife, nor an inexpensive meal, nor an inex pensive house. Those things are but of fashion." Detroit Free Press. OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WARE WHOSE HARDWARE? FRANK C. WEHMAN'S. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE. TRY US. Tel ?phones: j Cumberland 461 County 262 . . , Dr. C. E. Upchurch i i Over Mr.. Arnn'a Millinery Store Death of Mrs. Connie Kiohey. Mrs. Birdie Lee Richey, wife of Mr. Connie Richey, whose death oc curred about eighteen months ago In Mississippi, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Joyner, in Union City on Thursday, April 29 at 1 o'clock p.m., after an illness be ginning about a year before with influenza. Mrs. Richey was married about a year ago. At the time of her death she was 24 years of age. There were no children. Mrs. Richey is sur vived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Joyner, three sisters, Mrs. Bob Harmond, Mrs. Bob Cummings, Miss Pauline Joyner; four brothers, Bob Hubert, Rufus, Herschel Joyner Deceased was a member of the Cum berlan'd Presbyterian Church at Beech, and was known as a young woman of many sweet virtues and christian graces. Funeral services were held at the residence, South Third street, Friday afternoon, and the remains were tak en to Sanders Chapel for interment. Union, City, Tenn, Oil Prospects, On Reelfoot Lake Are Fine Dietzel's Tire Repairs are 100 per cent perfect. Have those old tires repaired the correct way and gain miles and save money. Distzel Vulcanizing Co. Next door to Johnson Transfer Co. Marriage licenses. .Thomas Madding and Stella Car- penter.- Noble Riddle and Dovie Page. Nolen Stewart and Modell Stegall Alf Killebrew andVida McDaniel Revie Knight and Mabel Hudson " Daniel Vaughn and Nettie Evans, ' Solomon Willis Freeman and Mary Marguerite Buford. ' ' , N Carl Leslie Pierce and Mazie Lee Collins. Oscar White and Zoella Clark. Wm. A. Hudson and Rilla May Howell. Owen J. Cox and Elizabeth Nor- man. , '. Noble Jackson and Bessie Cook. Ben H. Thompson and Ruby Wes- son. Gbble Parham and Agnes Haley. John R. Wicker and Viler Mc- Mahon. Robert Wilson and Hope McCant. Aaron B. Miller and Nellie Ervin. Harry Tucker and Kate Cruce. E. T. Williams and Mary Dean GUsson. . ' Y ' 1 COLORED. John H. Williams and Gradie Crawford. Equip Your Smaller Car With Goodyear Tires If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or any other car using 30x3, 30x3, or 31x4-inch tires, you can well take advantage of the high relative value built into all Good year Tires. You can well do so because you can secure in the smaller JGoodyear Tires the results of such skill and care as have made Goodyear Tires the preferred equipment on the high est priced automobiles of the day. You can well do so' because these smaller Goodyear Tires are easy to obtain, being produced at the rate of approximately 20,000 a day, and because their first cost usually is as low or lower than that of other tires in the same types and sizes. v Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He supplies many other local owners of the smaller cars. N 30x3'i Goodyear Double-Cure Fabric, All-Weather Tread. 30x312 Goodyear Single-Cure Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread 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. 30x3V4 size in waterproof $ A 50 bag , f Goody and ear Tires, Tubes and Accessories sold Locally at Obion, Tenn., by R. H. RUST, AUTORIZED FORD DEALER. . Heal Estate Transfers. The J. S. Moffatt Co. to J. S. Hodges, interest In 40 acres in No. 12,' ?450. Cedrlc Brown et al. to P. R. Greer, 155 adres in No. 14, $15,500. ' West Tennessee Land Co. to H. M. Blevins and E. H. Moore, lots in No. 3, $20. J. H. Johnson to R. L. McKinney, 61 acres in No. 16, $9,000. Geo. W. Trogden and wife to S. W. Floyd et al., lots In No. 15, $1950. J. J. Wells et al. to J. J.NPuckett et al., 110 acres in No. 14, $17,500. J. C. Spikes et aL to Geo. F. Botts, lot In No. 4, $350. - W. G. Davis to Louis Branch, lot In No. 16, $100. Louis Branch et ux. to J. D. Green, lot in No. 15, $100. J. P. Nichols to H. W, Howard. Quitclaim 109 H acres in No. 3, $1375. S. D. Brinkley t ux. to Mrs. Lln- nie Milliken, lot In No. 13, $3240. Joe Harper to Sam H. Powers, lot in No. 13, $575. C. T. Bondurant et al. to Morgan Wells et al., lot in No. 13, $1500. T. R. Reynolds et ux. to C. S. Tal- oy, lot in No. 13, $5000. . Lucy Pinder et al. to John T. Gun, et ux., lot in No. 16, $700. J. H. Smith et al. to J. P. Wright, 74 acres in No. 11, $8250. Chas. ri. Patten et ux. to W. N. Homer, land in No. 6, $3000. R. A. Watson to Modie Gammon, 51 acres in No. 3, $1000. May McClure et al. to J. W. Wood- ard, lot in No. 13, $250. ' W. A. Cravens to liar Glover, 117 acres in No. 3, $4500. J. M. Craver and wife to J. W. Tuten et al.,-lot In No. 14, $900. J. W. Burney to S. J. Jones, lot in No. 3, $20. Turner Foulks et ux., to E. C. Cook et al., lot in No. 16, $1325. John 'Hale to" R. .T Cheatham et ur'., 60 acres in No. 14, $6500. Sam H. Powers to Lee Dunnigan, lot In No. 13, $700. N. A. Sellars et ux. to G. T. Sellars et al., 55 acres in No. 16, $6875. Maggie M. Sellars to Frank Sel lars et al., 18 acres in No. 16, $2100. Lots between the Walnut Log and Rogcr3 wells t!iat are net leased. Price $15. Reelfoot Lake Land Com- A HOME- WORTH BUYING. I have decided to sell my home farm located 3 miles west of Union City, Obion County, Tenn. This beautiful and well-improved home consists of 125 acres land, one first class nine-room residence, installed with gas lights; one .deep well, two good tenant houses, two large stock barns, , one tool shed, garage and other v necessary buildings. All this land is sown in grass and clover. Will sell on easy terms and and give possession at any time. . - T. E. MARSHALL. White Cross Serum Co. E. W. Y0UNGBL00D, D. V. M. . Anti-Hog Cholera Serum 1 1-4 Anti-Tocsin ' Vaccines Instruments Calls answered at all hours. Both Phones 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 ager while 2736 die at premature ages. Don't delay buying a life 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 1 SEE R. E. WHITE 'Only reliable companies represented. The May Day Land Sale. Thursday, May 20, 1920. On the land the Williams land, bounded by Marshall and Williams; near the Gibbs land. The best oil proposition around Reelfoot Lake. Why? Be-s cause our land is situated midway between the two wells that am now going down into the liquid gold. Because W. H. Newberry agreed to drill this particular trcct within 90 days if he struck oil in the oil field. When you get live or ten acres 'you have many thousands If oil Is pro duced as all now believe. If no oil you have the worth of your money in the best land in all Tennessee. Prepare to visit this great sale.' It will be a great day on Reelfoot Lake. ' You will get the best fish fry all cooked brown with sauce and fine coffee. You can visit the oil well in operation. Hear the Blow Bros, fjne brass band. You can make a purchase that will in all probability make you in dependent. Get you cars and bug gies oiled up. Carry the whole fam ily. It will be a great treat as well as wealth to you. Pittman, Ru3t & Co., Owners. Sajjj by W. R. Manley Land and Auction Co. . . Will IB Makes Hens Lay Gets the eggs In any weath er. It Is easily given In the feed and doesn't force or hurt the hen in any way. Don Sung Is a real tonic. Try it if it doesn't pay for itself and pay you a good profit besides, your money will be promptly refunded. Trial F'ze 50 cents. Incubators and Brooders. WEHMAN'S HARDWARE STORE Pathe , Phonograph manufacturers say to tneir agents, naaKe n strong; guarantee every cabinet, motor and the records; we will back up every sale byN)ur dealer," Gray & Dudley Hdw. Co., State Jobbers, say, "Our reputation and responsibility is be hind every Pathe sold by the Pathe Music Co., of Union-City." Read theif weekly ads. '