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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1920. Predicts Cheaper Coal. You're at Sick or f IFP an Well as Your JL-lVJCilV TTaut'o vntir livfirt ' Are von constipated, bilious, erouchy! 'Have you dizzy spells, dull headaches, bad taste in your m i v.n. T Dr Thnrhtr'i T.lVfX ana tSlooa Syrup; wucn nas Deen icnocKing oui irouuwp ml your sort ever since tne gooa oia soutnern aocior nrss yra scribed it away back in 1852. On sale at your drug store. You're as Old or as Young as Your BLOOD I If you would star young in health as you grow older m years, have I caw for your blood. Dr. Thscher's liver and Blood Syr puts life Into your blood; purines and enriches it; makes it tone up the whole system. Also keeps your Bowels open and isatonio and a cleanser com; fcined. Good for the whole family, Sold t your drug store.. . AmJy Anion. ThompwnYfll.. til.. wroU Aag. 81, 1018: "I feci th I should tend la my tMttmonial for Dr. Wfchert Ir MerficiM. which I hmro used for twahr 7 sari. Bafor I awd It I eonld not do in kidnon. bat I km now troDC ana hMltkr" J. M. Smm. Bot 1. Oesla. Fla., wrote JUl. S2( 1 QIH B DOu u& iwiu Dr. TlwiWi Lr And Blood Sirra la my family with a four-joar-old child that had bad kidn.ji, eaniod by moaalM. Found it to do mora rood than all th modiciscs that I Tr cot hold of." Ww. THACHER MEDICINE C0.,cutu..,T, u. s. A I MILLED RIGHT ' MADE "WHITE WHITE'S White Horse Flour. Every package guaranteed to please or money refund ed. Always looking for the best in groceries and fresh meats for my customers, and our prices are as reason able as can be made. When in need of flour don't fail to call for WHITE HORSEFLOUR, sold exclu sively by V. E. WHITE Corner Home and College Sts. Cumb. phone 337. Home phone 1 70 MILLIONAIRE RADICAL SENTENCED TO PRISON QAM Pure Cane Granulated, per lb 22gC Pure Cane Granulated, 100 lbs. $22.50 Our everyday price Any amount you want from a pound to a car load. FLOUE.; A big car load coming due to arrive Friday or Saturday. Made from fine Indiana long berry red winter wheat. Prices down over a dollar a barrel. Don't pay more when you can get it for less. . i Cash Grocery Company "The House That Undersells Them All." Gained Ten Pounds Before Taking ZIRON, Alabama Man Was Weak, Nervous, Had No Appetite, Bat is Now Strong. TJ VERT man and woman, who is In ' I a run-down, weak condition, witft bad complexion and poor appe tite, ana to lack of Iron in their blood, ghonld fJad Zlron helpful and strength ftnlldlng. ft la a scientific, reconstructive tsfile. composed of Ingredients recommended fcy leading medical authorities. Describing his experlenee.wlth Zlron, Mr. George W. 8. Lanier writes from Jones, Ala.: "Sometime bad, I was In a terrible condition. I was weak and errous, and bad a tired feeling all the time. Mr skin was muddy. I! bad no appetite, and at morning I didn't feel like getting op. I was reading of Zfiftm and decided I would try ft,., "Will ear thatZiron ts a gtttS medi cine. I Lite gained ten poands in tour months. Am strong and hart a good appetite." Zlron Is a mild Iron tonic, good tor young and oil It helps to restore the system, when run-down by over work, nnder-nonrtahment, caused by stomach or bowel disorders, or as a result of some weakening Illness. ' - Get Zlron from your druggist Ho sells it on ft money-back guarantee. Lloyd and Others Guilty of Conspir acy Against U. S. Chicago, 111., Aug. 2. William Br 088 Lloyd, millionaire Socialist, and 19 other members of the Com munist Labor party, to-night were found guilty by a jury of conspiracy to overthrow the government of the United States. The defendants were given various sentences, most of them getting from one to five years In the penitentiary, a few being given fines In addition and several were sentenced to one year in jail. Lloyd got the heaviest sentence, being given one to five years In the penitentiary and a fine of 3,000 In addition. Ludwig Lore, alleged co-author of the Communist Labor party platform and author of alleged radical publi cations, receiVed one to five years, and Jack Carney, Duluta1 Minn., ed itor of "Truth," and a member of the party's national executive committee, one to five years and $1000 fine. The sentences are for the State penitentiary and the Cook County Jail. The defendants were charged with conspiracy to advocate the over throwing of the government by force; conspiracy to belong to an or ganization advocating It, and con spiracy to attend meetings at which overthrowing the government by force was advocated. MacLay Heyne, State's attorney In a statement iseued after the ver dict, called it a "signal victory for the entire United States." "In this trial 'red' radicalism was driven Into the open," said the state ment. "One important issue decided by this Jury is that the 'red' card of the I. W. W.'is international and that the only card recognized as Amerl can is the card of the American working man in the American Fed eration of Labor." Three women, indicted at the same time as Lloyd and others, now are awaiting a separate trial. The defendants were indicted un der a new Illinois law against crim inal syndicalism. They are among three hundred suspected radicals tak en In a raid in Chicago by State's At torney Hoyne last January, which was 'made the night preceding the nation-wide raids instituted by At torney-General A. Mitchell Palmer, Thh-ty-nine members cf the Com ounist Labor party were indicted but were not all tried for several fled. The trial began May 10, and near ly nine weeks were consumed In se lecting a Jury. During the trial the State cen tered its attack on Lloyd, the most prominent of the defendants, and the son of a Boston philanthropist. He was charged with openly advocating a revolution of the masses against the government and was alleged to have said in speeches that "banks should be blown t get money to fi nance the revolution and armories should be rifled for ammunition." Several newspaper men vhO re ported the speeches made by Lloyd were among the witnesses against the millionaire and associates, and Mayor Ole Hanson, of Seattle also testified. Masses of documents is sued by the Third Internationale at Moscow, the I. W. W. and similar or ganizations were Introduced as evi dence. Tho defendants' chief defense was that "they were exercising their right of free speech" wheu raaking various alleged seditious statements, and that they had in no way violated their rights "as citizens of a free re public." Miss Oixfe Caldwell, the talented office manager for the Union City Ice, Union City Ice & Coal Co., In formed a Commercial man of the con tents of a letter received by her firm written by a big mining corporation, suggesting lower prices for soft coal during the next few days. The min ers seemed to think the government would would take a hand and set the prices back, where they were dur ing the war -or about half the fig ures asked now. The little lady says they are get ting Bon Air and the better grades of coal, when they are able to get it at all, at much cheaper prices than the cheaper grades from ' Kentucky and Illinois are selling for. Whether the government does or does not, the authorities know, the miners know, the middle grafters know and the people know that something should be done, and the doing is long since overdue. Thousands of the price boosters and strike grafters should be In Jail. This might help some. It is worth a trial. Work of Third National Bank. Recognizing that a bank has public duty to perform in times of stress, the Third National Bank of this city has met the present' strin gency as far as its officers felt they were Justifiable In doing, by using the Federal Reserve Bank liberally for rediscount in assisting their cus tomers to produce crops and prepare live stock for the markets. Although their loans were, at high water mark at the beginning of the season, and their clients being large ly farmers whose deposits would necessarily . decrease before a new crop was made, this bank made in original loans In May $79,380.29, In June $24,241.23, and July $47,- 034.90, not one of these loans being a renewal of a former loan. This information has been fur nished, us by an official of the bank, taken from Its records and wc think it due the bank and of sufficient in terest to the public to make it knowd generally. Public School Notice. The rates of tuition for the Public School of Union City for the session beginning Sept. 6, 1920, and until further notice are as follows: Grades 1 to 4, Inclusive, $27.00 per annum. Grades 6 and 6, $33.00 per annum. Junior High, $63.00 per annum. On account of the unprecedented Increase in salaries of the teachers and other expenses of the school the advance in tuition appears to us to be imperatively necessary. No pupil whose tuition has not been paid for the past school year will be allowed to matriculate unless special arrangements are made with the Board of Education. The Public School will open Sep tember 6, 1920, and we request all parents to see that the pupils start the first day so the teachers can or ganize the classes. 20-2t Board of Education of Union City, F. E. QUINN, Sec. Quarterly Conferences. Presiding Elder Rev., Robt. A, Clark, of the Union City District an nounces his fourth round of quarter ly conferences. Fulton Station, (preaching) 11 a.m., Aug. 8. Union City Station, (preaching) 11 am., Aug. 15. Martin Station, (preaching) 8. p m., Aug. 15. Union City Circuit, Shady Grove Aug. 28, 29. Greenfield and Brock, Brock, Sept 4, 5. Sharon and Mount Vernon, Sha ron, Sept. 5, 6. Trimble Circuit, Boyett's Chapel Sept. 11, 12. Kenton and Rutherford, Kenton Sept. 12, 13. Ralston Circuit, Camp Ground, Sept. 18, 19. Martin Circuit, Obion Chapel, Sept. 19, 20. Crystal and West Hickman, Mount Manuel, Sept. 26, 27. Hickman Station, Sept. 27, 28. Cayce Circuit, Ebenezer, Oct. 2, 3. Columbus Circuit,' Zion, Oct. 3, 4 South Fulton' Circuit, New Hope, Oct. 9, 10. Fulton Circuit, Wesley, Oct. 10, 11. Elbridge Circuit, Minnick, Oct 16, 17. Hornbeak Circuit, Obion Chapel, Oct. 17, 18. Troy and Bethlehem, Troy, Oct 23, 24. Obion, Rives and Sardis, Obion, Oct. 24, 25. Water Valley Circuit, Oct. 30, 31. Card of Thanks. We, the undersigned, tender our heartfelt thanks to the friends and neighbors who were so good and kind to our mother and grandmother, Mrs. H. H. Giffin,' during her illness and in death. We also thank the under taker, Mr. White, for his kindness and care for the remains. Mr. and Mrs. Andy L. Giffin, Mrs. J. G. Cal lan, Virginia Giffin, Hoyt Giffin, Ru by Giffin. Big Meeting. Our protracted meeting will begin at Mount Zion Sunday morning .at 11 o'clock. Rev. R. A. Clark will be with us and we hdpe to see the entire community present.. G. W. EVANS. WILL SELL near Public School two- story, 11-room house on large, pretty corner lot. Convenienttly ar ranged to rent as an apartment. Wa ter and sink on lower floor; bath and water on upper floor. Two beautiful cabinet' mantels. Flues . In : every room. Apply to Mrs. LuU Beaver, corner Morgan and Grove streets, Union City, Tenn. 20-ltpd h Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffoer & fcfan There's an Indescribable Satisfaction. 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