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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER . 1920. Hon. Alf. A. Taylor will. speak in y ; UNION. CITY, Monday, : Oct. 7:00 p. m. at Courthouse; Come and hear him. i : .; ! j R.A.PARDUE Rubber Tiring; and Paintipg Buggies ALL WORK QtfARANTBED Buy and Sell Rubber Tire : . .-. '.Buggies.,., '; vV', M Phone 43. Cor. Main and Third Streets Court or Council. It has been pointed out bow' re pugnant to 'American ideas of gov- ernment ft would be to have The Hague Tribunal given power to en force its decrees and replace the League of Nations with this court, or a similar court, as Senator Hard ing proposes to do. , Government by injunction, which; is government by a court, is a hateful thing to Ameri cans. . ' . ' Acording to our traditions and our principles, the executive powers, the legislative powers and the Judi cial' powers must be kept separate and distinct. These principles are fully, carried out in the League of Nations, which provides tor an In ternational Court of Justice; but not so with the Harding plan. Senator Harding himself shows this distinction plainly in his speech of August 28.-when he says: '.'The difference between'a Court of International Justice and the Council created by the League Covenant is simple but profound. The one is a Judicial , tribunal to be governed by fixed arid 'definite principles of law administered without passion or prejudice. The other is an associa tion of diplomats and politicians whose determinations are sure to be Influenced by considerations of ex pediency and national selfishness, Those Americans who wish a su per-government by injunction, an in ternational government by a court should support Mr. Harding. But those Americans who believe that courts domestic or international should be. confined to judicial func tions, who do not believe in govern ment by injunctionshould bury Mr, Harding under a wilderness of votes, I'm worth $10.00. Cut me out and take me home. WEHMAN'S HARDWARE STORE. THE MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILUNG. . . . .Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn. Both Phone 41. Telephones: Cumberland 461 County 262 . . . Sunk Without Warning. The . New York World Bays that Senator Harding's substitute for the League of Nations has been sunk without warning by Elihu Root, who not only torpedoed it but shelled the survivors. The Republican Candidate, who has a hard job to keep at .once the support of 'Johnson and Borah and other bitter-enders and the support of Taft, Wlckersham and other ad vocates of the League of Nations nailed his flag to a camouflaged ves sel, the International Court, to take the place of the League of Nations. Mr. Root, however, shows that the International Court that Senator Harding adopted a substitute for the League of Nations, is simply an in strument of that league, derives its power from the league and depends upon the league to give validity and force to its decisions. Until the Uni ted States joins the League of Na tions we will have no voice or power in forming the International Court Mr. Root certainly destroyed Sen ator Harding's pet idea without leav ing a trace. Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mrs. Aran's Millinery Store Union City. : : : Tenn. Modem Vterinary Hospital . E. W. YQUNGBLOOD, D. V. M. Graduate Veterinarian Calls answered promptly. Both phones. Dr. W. J. Jones ') " DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J 0 COUNTY COURT LAND. SALE. Mrs. Effle Hayes et al. vs. Mary Agnes Nolan et al. In Obion County Court at Union City,. Ton 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 the courthouse in -Union City, Ten nessee, sell to the highest and best bidder the following described prop erty. lying and beine in Civil Dis" trict Number One, of Obion County, for every citizen of the State. icuuesseti, auu kiiowii us id jusnua Attendance at Fairs Breaks Record. Reports coming from division, county and community fairs from one end ot Tennessee to tne otner with few exceptions show that the attendance at these fairs this year has broken all previous records. Two of the big fairs held in the State during the past week were at Knoxvllle and Memphis and' both were successful beyond expectations, attendance records being smashed and the quality of products and live stock exhibited being far better than ever before. The 'quality of livestock of all kinds seen at the various fairs this year shows a vast improvement over previous years. This indicates that Tennessee breeders realize the folly of raising scrub stock instead of the higher grade, as the returns from the latter are more satisfactory and remunerative. A feature of the agricultural displays is the fact that most of the, exhibits seen at the fairs now are by farmers' organizations representing a certain community, or a community as a whole. It shows that, the farmers are finding that they can accomplish greater and bet' ter results by cooperating than they can, single handed and their exhibits at the fairs demonstrate that they are 'fighting' their problems in their communities1 together. This spirit will bring a better day for them and Mitchell old homo place, and bounded as follows: On the north by George, on the south by Naylor, on the east by Mansfield and Mitchell, and 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 sale 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 cent in terest from date of sale. This September 21st, 1920. H. C. Stanfield, sol. for petitioners. 27-Zt R. H. BOND,, Clerk. No single agency Is such a potent instructor of. agriculture, as the fair, and the bigger the fair the greater its value as an educational force," says Dr. H. A. Morgan, president of the University of Tennessee. " " Card of Thank3. We wish to express our apprecia tion to our many friends and neigh bors for their kindness during the death of our dear little girl, Martha Marie. We also wish to thank our friends for their beautiful flowers. May God bless you all is the wish of her parents. Mr: and Mrs. Wilson Curry. ,.. .?. ; ' A vote for Cox is a, vote for the Leage of Nations. A vote for Hard ing is a vote for no one knows what. Saaw. 1 nillLii ni$ Miss Shepherd sang, j She suddenly IkV WAvtV T9 " 3 W rWtla TA A -lntbeGloarping.V A PPed singing. fW. ff WjO f m i flllF lHI The New.-Edison' : The New Edison f l AW WaVaY I i HI 1 1 w Tr H mnl MS times " no difference if: Edison except by watching her lips. Miss Betsy Lane Shepherd, famous concert soprano, has made this test 185 times. 185 public audiences, in 185 cities, have heard her compare her voice with its Re. Creation by the New Edison. No one, out of a total of more than 100,000 lis teners, has been able to tell when Miss Shepherd was singing, and when the New 4,000 similar tests of direct comparison made by over fifty other celebrated vocal ists and instrumentalists, have given this same result. 1 The New Edison is perfect realism achieved 1 Jfeft IkfaaS IF SsJBS&fl Tell us and we'll show you how all its emotional power is Re- Crea TED by the New Edison Is it the soulful violin? a mellow con tralto? the scintillating flute? a sweet, soothing tenor? that draws the quickest emotional response from you. Let us play your favorite voice or instru ment in a new kind of Realism Test. See whether you are touched by the Re- ' Ifie NEW Created music in the same way that you are touched by the living music. We want' to show you that the New Edison Re-Creates all the vital power in all music. , , Remember what to ask for "personal favorites" Realism Test J EDISON 'The Phonograph with a SouT Perfect realism is your one vehicle to the inner joys of music which you crave. Mr. Edison spent three million dollars in the re search work which gave the New Edison perfect realism. He did this in order that the phono graph might transcend its former limitations and (here we quote Mr. Edison's own words), "bring into everr American home, music so real istic and so perfect in its rendition as to be an unending source of benefit and pleasure. " The instruments which proved this perfect real ism in Miss Shepherd's 185 tests were all exact duplicates of the original Official Laboratory Model on which Mr. Edison spent his thtee million dollars. You can also have an exact duplicate of this three million dollar original. We have it in , our itore, nd guarantee it to be capable of sus taiaing the same test of direct comparison. important Practical Detail Oar Budget Plan bring your New Edison for immediate enjoyment, without ukiog for immediate payment Ask about it wben you come in to bear tfc "Pataooai Fa i Test. . Charles Dietzel, Jeweler, Union City, Tenn Kill That Cold With CASCARA FOR Colds, Coughs QUfNINE AND Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standar'd remedy handy for the first sneeze. Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT , .Ante-Effort. . "Ethelbert, I have no use for that young Blithers; he yawned three times while I was talking to him." "He wasn't yawning, my dear; he was merely -trying to say something." Town Topics. Besting. "What town, is this?" "Flunkville." "Where, is your weather bureau?" "H8 sitting over on the grocery porch talking politics." Louisville Courier-Joural 1 . Box Supper. A box supper will be given at Cane Creek School on Friday even ing, October 8. 'Proceeds will go for the benefit of the school. AH cordial ly invited. -" , r MISS BEULAH CLARK, Asst. MISS MAI CLARK, Prin. ' ( . The motto of creditors on the first of each month seems to be: "Let us then be up and dueing." New York American. - '- With so many people having axes to grind, the mystery is that there isn't a shortage of grindstones. New York American. Every time a profiteer sells some necessity of life at a profit of one hundred per cent or mere, one imag ines that Satan throws a couple cf fresh logs on the fire. Nev.- York American. ' , ' Newspapers that print articles about the disgraceful night life of Paris are making a lot of business for the steamship , companies. New York American. Where do you eat and drink? Af ter all, Forrester's place la the best. Absolutely. Only fools are certain. 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