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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920. "Public - spirited HOUSE BILL NO. 37. (a package Detore tne war a package during the war and a package iThe Flavor So Does the LOOK OUT FOR LOWER PRICES! H. B. Horner, of the Cash Grocery Co., is in St. Louis, attending a large Auction Sale. In this sale he will buy a splendid assortment of Men's and Boy's Underwear, Union Suits, Sweater Coats, Cotton and Wool Hosiery, Work and Flannel Shirts, Flannelett Gowns and Petticoats, Skirts, Waists, Children's and Ladies Dresses, Gloves, Blankets, Cloaks, Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps and many other things; all of which will be dumped on the Union City market at about half price. In addition to the above Mr. Horner will buy a complete line of piece goods at the low market now prevailing in wholesale centers, such as Dress Ginghams, Domestic, Sheeting, Outing, Bed Ticking, Shirting and all kinds staple piece goods, suitable for the fall and win ter trade. They will be in a position to make their every day prices way below any sale prices that will be advertised this season. They will be able to sell Dress Gingham as low as 1 5c per yard and a good grade of LL Brown Domestic, 36 in. wide, at 15c per yard. The quality of this merchandise is unquestioned, as it is consigned to St. Louis from the large manufacturers from all parts of the country, and sold at auction for cash. The Cash Grocery Co.- will take pleasure in giving their customers and friends the ad -vantacre of their knowledge in buying their HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE so they can sell it for even less than the present wholesale market price. Lasts Price! A-151 wmmm Jyhen you're clogged up by CONSTIPATION, jaundiced by a torpid LIVER, devitalized by poor BLOOD or soured by DYS PEPSIA your case calls for Dr, Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup an old physician's famous pre scription, in successful use for 68 years as an all-around family medicine. "From His Heart" Mr. B. J. Hatcher, of Shell Bluff, Ga. says : "I am going to give you a testi monial that is from my heart. I would not be without DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYKUP in my home and will try my very best to get it into every home in my locality. I take it and my wife and children take it whenever we see even the least in dication of a coated tongue, since we know that the tongue is the thermom eter of the stomach." THACHER MEDICINE CO. CbatUoooga, T.nn., U. 8. A. (Published by Authority) An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to regulate the laying out and working of the public roads in counties having a population of not less than 29,900 nor more than 30,200 according to the Federal Census of 1910, or any subsequent Federal Census, the same being Chapter No. 592 of the Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, fbr the year 1919. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, that Section 13, of Chap ter 592 of the Private Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, for the year 1919, be and the same is hereby amended as fol lows to-wit: That "fifteen cents" ap pearing in the seventh line of said section be stricken out and that "five cents" be inserted in lieu and stead thereof. That "five cents" appearing in the tenth line of said section be stricken out and "three cents" be inserted in lieu and stead thereof. SECTION 2. Be it further enacted, That this Act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiringit. Passed August 17, 1920. SETH M. WALKER, Speaker of the House of Representatives. ANDREW L. TODD, Speaker of the Senate, Approved September 1, 1920. A. H. ROBERTS, Governor. HOUSE BILL NO. 84. (Published by Authority) An Act to fix the per diem com pensation of justices of the peace for attendance on the quarterly court in (Obion County) counties having a population of not less than 29,900 nor more than 30,200 according to the Federal Census of 1910, or any subsequent Federal Census. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Tennessee that justices of the peace in and for (Obion County) counties having a population of not less than 29,900 nor more than 30,200 according to the Federal Census of 1910 or any subsequent Federal Census attend ing the quarterly courts of said county, shall be entitled to and re ceive Three ($3.00) Dollars per diem for their attendance, in Addi tion to the mileage now provided by law. SECTION 2. Be it further enacted that this Act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiring it. Passed August 25, 1920. SETH M. WALKER, Speaker of the House of Representatives. ANDREW L. TODD, Speaker of the Senate. Approved September 2, 1920. A. H. ROBERTS, Governor. Baptist Meeting. Quito a number of new members have been added to the roll of the Baptist Church in Union City as a result of the meeting conducted here by Rev. G. H. Stifler, of Oklahoma. Last Sunday more than thirty were baptized. A greater interest in Chris tianity has been stimulated in Union City by the work of these services and the churches have all been greatly benefited. I'm worth $10.00. Cut me out and take me home. WEHMAN'S HARDWARE STORE. MOTHERJAVE IT Virginia Lady Suffered With Actei and Pains Until Mother Began Giving Her Cardui. Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Alice Hughett residing on Route 2, near here, recently told a visitor of her Interesting experience with Cardui. Miss Hughett said: "I had been suf fering for some time with painful . . . I was pale, didn't feel like going. Would just drag around, and couldn't reBt to do any good. I would suffer once a month, with my back, sides and head. My limbs wouia acne ana I didn't know what to do, Dut i Knew I must do something, for I didn't get well by letting It run on. "My mother is a Denever in arum, aha aavr what It did for others as well as herself, bo she began giving it to me. , "It wasn't long before I saw a change. It was Just what I neeaea. It regulated me. i Degan w " sleep, and the pain stopped. "Cardui Is without doubt the best female tonic made, and I am glad I can recommend it to others." If Buffering with symptoms such as Miss Hughett mentions, or other ail ments peculiar to women, why not be gin Cardui at once? Its merit is well established by successful use for more than 40 years. ry Cflrdui ' Your druggist sells it NC-138 Bethlehem Community Club Notes. The club met with a good attend ance with Mrs. Clifford Reeve3 this week. Mrs. Fannie Harpole reports hav ing made a delightful visit in Wash ington with her sons, Carl and Hor ace, whom she found getting along nicely. Mr. Hubert Karris' uncle and fath er, of Collicrville, were visitors here recently. Mrs. O. L. Weaks, a former mem ber of the club, writes that she and Mr. Weaks are well pleased with their school at Myrtle, Miss. Miss Grace Wood recently visited Mr. Leak Wood and famiy at Martin. She found her cousin, Blanche Wood, some better of a severe attack of rheumatism. Her friend3 hero are sorry to hear of her serious condition and hope she vill continue to im prove. Witt Cloys has re-entered school at Ames, Iowa, where he expects to complete an agricultural course. Mr. McClard is making lots of fine sorghum. Others report the came of Messrs. Crabtre-) and Covington, so this ought to be a sweet community. Mr. Fred Hubbs and family are greatly missed since moving to Un ion City. Mrs. Hubbs has hosts of friends and relatives' here who re joice that she is recovering nicely from a recent operation. Those desiring good Barred Rock cockerels from a laying strain may get them for a short time from Mrs. Will T. Adams, who will give price paid with name of purchaser to the building committee of the new con solidated school here. The building is nearing completion and school is expected to begin Monday, the 25th inst., with Prof. Stover as principal and Miss Ruth Curley a3 assistant. All interested in the school are urged to be present at the opening Tuesday night, the 19th inst., at Bethlehem Church. The State Su perintendent and other prominent educators will be present and a good program is expected. We are sorry to hear that Mr. Wm. Verhine near shady Grove continues very ill, with little hopes of recov ery. The club will meet with Mrs. Arch Harpole Tuesday, the 26th inst. It is hoped that the quilt top will be finished then. Mrs. Hubert Harris will read an article on "Why Women should vote." The subjects taken from the Red Cross text books will be "Indications of Sickness" and "First Aid to the Injured." Mrs. Jno. W. Morgan, of Star, Miss., wishes to correspond with "Busy Bee" about her (Busy Bee's) Indian Game Chickens, but her card vas sent to thi3 club correspondent instead of a correspondent who signed her name "Busy Bee." Little Magdaline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Massengill, Jr., has been very ill of membraneous croup. The little girl is lingering with some hope that ehe may soon recover. merchants must reduce prices to the limit" That's our policy and we're living up to it with the closest prices we've ever quoted on Hart Shaffner Marx fall suits and overcoats. J7E believe that it is up to us to sell at less than normal profits. We've marked our fall Hart Schaffner & Marx suits and overcoats on that basis. You get un usual values at these prices. $42.50, $45, $47.50 Special reduction ori'Boys Suits. W. G. Claa'ett Co. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing. MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm lands in Obion County, Tenn., or Fulton County, Ky. j& 5 to lO Year Term. j& 1 6 per cent interest. Quick money. Moore & iiudgins Union City, Tenn.