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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920. R.A.PARDUE Rubber Tiring and Painting Buggies ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ti ire Buy and Sell Rubber Buggies, : Phone 43. ' Cor. Main and Third Streets MOHEY BACK Without question if Hunt's Salva fails in the treatment of Eczema, Tetter Ringworm, Itch, etc. Don't become discouraged be cause other treatment failed. Hunt's Salve has relieved hun dreds of such cases. You can't lose on our Monwy Back Guar. anM. Try it at our risk TODAY, Price 75c. For aal locally by i . . Oliver's Drug Store, Cobb's Corner Drug Store and Red Star Drug Store, utriwujl Cumberland 461 Coilnty 2o2 . . . Telephones: j Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST , Over Mrs. Aran's Millinery Store Union, City, : Tenn THE MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR . A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeor. Union City, Tenn. Both Phone 41. Modern Veterinary Hospita V , E. W. Y9UNGBL00D, D. V. M. Graduate Veterinarian Calls answered promptly. Both phones. COUNTY COURT LAND SALE. Mrs. Effle Haye3 et al. vs. Mary Agnes Nolan et al. In Obion County Court at Union City, Ten- nessee. ' .' In obedience to a decree of the 'County Court, made at the Septem ber term, 1920, In the above styled cause, I will, on Saturday, the 16tn -day of October, 1920, at or about two -o'clock, In front of the east door of thi courthouse in Union City, Ten nessee, sell to the highest and best bidder the following described prop erty, lying and being In Civil Dls" .trlct Number One, .of Obion County, Tennessee, and known as the Joshua Mitchell old homo place, and bounded y&a follows: On the north by George, on the south by Naylor, on the east ly ; Mansfield and MJtchell, ana on the west by Mitchell and Williams, , containing a little over sixty-five acres. A full, true "and particular description of said land Is given 'in the pleadings, but -he above descrip tion is adopted for the purpose of ad vertising this salo only. ( TERMS OF SALE. The above de scribed tract of land will be sold one- third cash, one-third due In 12 months from date of sale, and one third due 24 months from date of sale. Approved security will be giv en on said notes, and a lien will be retained on said land for further se curity. Notes to draw 6 per centih terest from date of sale. This September- 21st, 1920. H. C. Stanflcld, sol. for petitioners 2 7 -St R. H. BOND, Clerk. To Mrs. Edward ITorman and Her Husband, Joe Norman, Hume Alex- aider ajid Will Air xa'nder. Reese Alexander, as ona of the heirs at law of James S. Alexander, de 1 ceased, and also executor of his last will and testament, vs. Mrs. Lula Vaughn, her (husband, R. .L. Vaughn et al. In the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, , .'. before the Hon. J. B. Waddell, County Judge, holding the County '' Court at Union City, Tennessee. In this cause it appearing from the petition, which is -sworn to, that Mrs. Edward Norman and her hus band, Joe Norman, Hum Alexander, W. R. Alexander, Mrs. Golden Dyer and her husband, C. L. Dyer, are non-residents of the State of Tennes see bo that the ordinary process of law cannot be had upon them, they are therefore hereby required to ap pear on or before the First Monday in November, 1920, before the Clerk of said Court at his office in Union City Tennessee, and make defense o the petition filed -against them et :al. in said court by Reese Alexander, - or otherwise the petition will be tak en as' confessed. It is further or dered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Un ion City Commercial. This August 31st, 1920. -2 5-4 1 - - R.H. BOND," ClerkT" I A.V J. Harpole, Solicitor ! for Com-! plalnants. . I Hubert Fisher Says Europe Thinks TJ. S. Will Eatify. , Hubert Fisher, Congre au from tMs district, who returned a few days ago from Europe, told the Mem phis Rotary Club yesterJay that the European allies confidently believe America will ratify the peace treaty with the League of Natioas cove nant. ' . - , "They think we are Jockeying along with the treaty until after the election," said Mr. Fisher. VThey are unable to soe bow we can abso lutely duck our r obligations we as sumed when we declared war. Back here we learn from some that we did not fight this war for high aimst But when you go to the European battle fields and visit the cemeteries, you must admit that it is indeed a foolish people who would permit those boys to sleep there if they had not died for the bighest aims." Memphis Commercial Appeal. Training School locals. School opened Sept. 2 with a large enrollment, several new pupils en tering, We have splendid prospects for a good year'a work. , We have only one change in the faculty this year: Prof. F. L. Kerr takes the place of Prof. O. L. Rives as a3sistant-principal. Mtses Alma and Ethel Bruer, of near Martin, have" entered the Com mercial Department. Miss Daisy Lee Long, of Vivian, Ark., and Leslie Shaw, of Ridgely, Tenn., entered school last week. J. T. Vaught has entered the Pri mary. Department. . Miss Robbie Latta, a former pupil of the Union City High School, en tered our Senior Class last week. Wilburn Ferrel, after spending the summer in Washington, Iowa, has entered school. Mr. Pettigrew, a missionary to Bra zil, visited us Wednesday and made an interesting talk to the Spanish class. Mrs. Cunningham, an art teather, of Hickman, visited school Friday. Miss Elsie Mott was a visitor at 3Cl!boI Monday. . . ; Miss Lena Pittman was absent Monday on account of illnets. Sid Corum, Louis Beauchamp and Arnold Armstrong' were absent this week on account of illness. , . John G. .Suunders, Jr., a pupil in the Primary Department, is seriously ill at his home on Second street. The school was called together on last Friday afternoon and a Literary Society was organized. The officers were elected as ioiiows: unesier Caldwell, president; Wallace Stone, vice president; Louise Saunders, sec-! rotary. A name for the society will be adopted Friday. .Matinee Music Club. On the afternoon of the fifteenth ti; a club had its usual social meet ing in the homo of Mrs. Clemnons at Rives. , For the stimulation and r.dvance ment of its members, the club has met once a month tbruout the sum mer. Plans for the welfare of the Ju nior Matinee Club were discussed. Tho yet ia its infancy, it is withal a most prodigious infant, tho care and upbringing of which is in capable hands. The club feels its supreme in debtedness to its president, who, by nor tact, energy and sympathy, of fors every assistance for the further ance cf this splendid project. After the following program a de'Irhtful salad rnd ice covrse was served by the hostess: "Dance Poupae (Edw. Poldini), Miss Garth. Nearest and Dearest" (Caraceio- lo), Me3damcs Carlton and Lee. (a) "To a Humming Bird," (b) "Sung Outside the Princess Door" (MacDowell), Miss Allen. , "Valse Styrienno" ( Wollenhauft), Mrs. Reynolds. There Are Fairies, at the Bottom of Our Garden" (Lehman), Miss Marshall. "Polonaise in F" (Gebhardt), Mrs. Long. "How So Fair" JFlotow), Mrs. Lee. i Spring Song" (Liebling), Miss Adams. "Cascade Du Chaudron" (Bertdei), Miss Barney. - Seal Estate Transfers. L. "C. Caldwell 'to Gordon Isbell, lot in No. 13, $2250. N. B. Reed et al. to Leonard -Wil lis, 9 acres in No. 12, $240. Able Turner et ux. to W. B. Stew art et al., lot in No. 6, VI 600. W. B, Stewart et all to "W. M.' Mc- Crackin et al., lot In No. 6, $1600. R. L. Cummings to John W. Math- is et al., lot in No. 13,. $2100. ' Mrs. M. E. Harpole et al. to M. R. Powell et ux.,- lots in No. 13, 945.45. y s v.' " :.?. .V,;V. Mrs. M. E. Harpole et al. to E. G. $25 Seward. Twenty-five dollars reward has been offered since the last of May to anyone that will find an old-line in surance company that has as much behind its death claims as the Guar antee Fund Life of Omaha, Nebr, This company has paid two death claims in this county Mr. Henry Fullerton, of Kenton, $4000 in thirty days, and Mr. Steve Harris, of Union City. $3000 in fifteen days after death. ' Cheaper than Woodmen stronger than old-line. The Govern ment is behind it. You can't afford to be unprotected at $11.60 per tlOOO ud. Age3 16 to 59 years, to white Jnen and , women only. See Dorrel Harris, both phones, Union City, Tenn. ' 26-tf Mr. Hill, of Rives, wa3 another beneficiary paid $2000 this week. If you want meat that has been handled in a sanitary manner and in spected and passed as to wholesome ness by a government inspector paid by tho government to protect you from disease-producing meat, see that you are supplied with ou;- meats. i REYNOLDS PACKING CO. 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Germs entering the body with the air we breathe are harmless If the stomach, liver and bowels are hnaitiiv If these oreins are torpid and full of Impurities the germs thrive and bring on a speii oi sick-no-i Tn kppn the vital organs in rnnH mnHition take Prickly Ash Bit ters. It keeps a man in working. trim. Pvice $1.50 per bottio. &oia by all dealers. : Didn't Want to Waste 'Em. Tho fishing season is on. A busi ness man was reminded of it by a small son who called him on the phone and asked: "Dady, will you bring home some goldfish?" ' "Why?" the man asked. . ; "Well," ansvered the boy, "I've got a .couple of worms here and I don't know what to do with them." Worcester Evening Post. t No Longer His. "I thought you owned an automo bile." . v . "I, do, but I taught my wife to drive it, and now I'm back to the street 'car3." Detroit Free Press. 'V IMS I - mm f s . B v ill lit AT SINCERITY is the keynote of good taste. The quiet refinement of correct attire is instantly recognized. Worth Hats reflect their note of sincerity which is the result of good materials, good style, and careful, intelli gent workmanship. " The hat which is suitable for one man may not Khc suitable for another. We will not merely sell you a hat i to fit your head we will help you to select a Worth hat I which will conform to your personality and represent your individuality. Prices $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00. G. W Glagett Co. 11 Low-Cost Mileage in Goodyear Tires for Small Cars 01 There is no economy in buying so called "bargains in tires offered at sensationally cheap prices when a well- j made tire t delivers mileage at a considerably lower rate of cost Add the time and trouble occasioned by frequent . replacements and it is fully apparent why tire users, seeking real mileage economy, are not attracted to very cheaply priced tires. The popularity of Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3-, 30x3y2-and 31x4'inch sizes, is based on the fact that they are built to deliver exceptional mileage at low cost and consistently do so If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, Dort or other car taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires for true Goodyear mileage, value, economy. Mr I V ' ".kt 7 ' f ' ...' ' 30 x 3V4 Goodyear Double-Cure 7 50 Fabric, All -Weather Tread. 30x3 Goodyear Single 'Cure t-abric, Antt-skid Xread .. $212 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube cost no more than the price you are asked to pay for tube of leas merit why rik costly casings when tuch sure protection is available! $f 50 30 x 3 Vfr site in ttmierprtoftag ,.,,, aaBaBMaMBBMMaBaaaMaaaaalaawaaa Goodyear Tires; Tubes and Accessories sold Local ly and at Obidin, Tenn., by R. H. RUST, AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER. it 1 ' 1 i ft -.