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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921. SMILES GOME AGAIN TO PRETTY FACES The Charm of Good Health Has Its .Source in Rich, Red, Blood. Noth ing on Earth So Necessary for Beauty PPT0-MAN6AN BUILDS RED BLOOD Restores the Quality of Your Blood, .Brings Back Your Color and Renews Vitality Personal Charm is like a light. It sheds its rays everywhere. Is the light of your personal charm hidden under the bushel of bad blood? In stead of habitual smiles do you wear a tired look almost a scowl? Do you tire easily? Are you pale and lacking in vital energy and ambi tion? You are not really ill. Your blood lias become weak and sluggish. It is half starved. What you need is the blood-making qualities of that splen , did tonic, Pepto-Mangan. After you have taken Pepto-Mangan a little while you will feel a big improve ment. The smiles'will come back. People will see a difference in you. Tou will make friends again. You will have plenty of rich, red bfood and feel stronger. Pepto-Mangan has been building Ted blood for years. Physicians pre scribe it right along. It has Just the Ingredients that starved blood needs. Sold in liquid and tablet form. Both hare the same effect. But be sure jrou get the genuine Pepto-Mangan. Ask for "Gude's" and be sure that j the full name, "Gude's Pepto-Mangan," is on the package. Advertisement, HIGH SCHOOL TAXING DISTRICT PROPOSED PART OF NUMBER SIX Pain in Side, Back and Head Jamestown, La. "I have uBed Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription for years and find it does me more good than any otfier medicine I ever used. I suf fered with my right side, back and head. A friend of mine tola me to try Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescrip tion and Tt did me so much good I never get tired of praising it, for I believe it saved my life. I tried several doctors but none of them helped me. Now 1 enjoy good health." IDA YOUNG BLOOD. Send 10c to Dr. Pierce, Buf lalo. N. Y., for a trial pkg. Nearly every administration goes In on its promise to save the taxpay ers money. And goes out because it doesn't. Chattanooga News, To Messrs. McDade and others, Messrs. Moore and others, of the County High School of Troy, Ten nessee: Gentlemen: We have- decided to make you the following proposition: That each side select a man each one with a petition for a school and the other petition against the school, and your Representative and Senator have selected the Revs. Sellars, Pressly and Jones, three of the lead ing ministers of your town, to act as judges, and these five gentlemen are to first advertise this matter thor oughly from now until February 26, which will be Saturday two weeks. And that you gentlemen meet at the courthouse in Troy at eight o'clock that morning and remain there un til four o'clock that evening. And take one hour off for lunch at noon. And then and there give each and every man and woman in this pro posed school district who will have to pay a tax to support this school, should we create the same an op portunity to sign one or the other of these petitions as to whether they want this school or not. Now what we mean is this: Should any piece of property pr any business in this school district be taxed to maintain this ochool.the owner of this business, his wife, or any legal voter of that family has a right to sign either of these petitions he desire3. Allow us to further suggest that the area of this school district does not extend farther than two and one half miles from the courthouse i Troy in any direction. And we fur ther suggest that you do not go far ther than half way to Troy, as East Troy is contemplating a school dis trict itself, unless the people Just outside of the two andone-half mile line prefer to be brought into this school district. However, we under stand that Mr. John Bennett and Mr, Dave Burnett desire for some of their land to be brought into this district which is probably a greater distance away than two and one-half miles, but we do not think any one shosld be included in this district who is farther away than two and one-half miles unless he so desires. Allow U3 to further suggest that all property in this proposed school district should be taxed equally and the Game. Allow us to remind you of the fact that 35 cents tax now is equal to a dollar tax under the old assessment. Sincerely trusting that tjiis plan 1b fair to all, and hop ing that it will meet with your ap noval, we remain, Your Representative and Senator S. R. BRATTON, B. F. LeDUKE. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT TO HON. SEIO WiODELL Mrs. Grimm "And so you are go ing to be my son-in-law?" He "By Jove! I hadn't thought of that!" Tit-Bits. ? L J i c U We will load another car of poultry and give you a chance to unload your surplus. With eggs worth only 25c per dozen, can you afford to hold them? Chickens are the highest price things on the market. Can they hold this price or go higher, that is the question. 1 can't see how they can. Now we have this car sold and can nav the following prices: Hens 22c Geese 14c i cc rwy i rrr UUCKS zzc xurKeys zoc Young Roosters (no spurs) 22c Staggy Roosters 18c Old Roosters 10c Guineas 25c each. If the market should advance we will pa' the advance. These prices are good for the following days: Friday, Feb. 1 1 ; Satur day, Feb. 1 2; Monday, Feb. 1 4; Tuesday, Feb. 1 5; Wednesday, Feb. 16; Thursday, Feb, 17; Friday, Feb. 18. . Dietzel Produce & Grocery Go. Cumb. Phone 366-UNION CITY, TENN. Home Phone 50 House Joint Resolution. Whereas, It has pleased an all wise Providence to remove from the walks of men the Hon. Seid Waddell, who died at the age of 72 years, at his home in Union City, Tenn., on Feb. 6, 1921, and, Whereas, He was a member of the Lower House of the 49th General As sembly of Tennessee, and also Speak er of the Senate of Tennessee in 1899 and in both of said bodies ren dered valued and distinguished serv ives to his constituents and the whole State, and, Whereas, He took commendable interest in public matters and was prominent in the business affairs of men, having served as Mayor of Un ion City for four terms, president of the different banks in Union City, where he lived the greater part of his life, and was president of the Old National Bank at the time of his death, - Now therefore be it resolved by the House of Representatives of Ten nessee, the Senate concurring, That in the death of Mr. Waddell the State of Tennessee has lost one of her fore most citizens, a real statesman and a christian gentleman. Be it further resolved, That trie following named honorary pall bear ers, Mr. Speaker Bond, Hons. B. F. LeDuke, W. W. Craig and Frank O Fuller from the Senate, and J. M Foster, John M. Nichols, Chas. Clai borne and S. . R. Bratton from the House, be and they are hereby ap pointed to act as such and attend his funeral. Be it further resolved. That this resolution be spread on the journals of the Senate and House and that Senator B. F. LeDuke and Represen tative S. R. Bratton be and they are hereby appointed a committee to pre sent a copy of these resolutions to his bereaved family and to the public pres3. t rr (qxdxql mwiie T PUBLIC AUCTION Resolutions of Respect. Resolutions passed by the Board of Directors of The Old National Bank, Union City, Tenn., relative to the death of the president of the bank, Mr. Seid Waddell. Whereas, God in His infinite mer cy has seen proper to remove from us our friend and adviser, Mr. Seid Waddell, pesident of this bank, , Be it resolved, That in his death the town, the county and the State have lost one of their most valued and best citizens, and The Old Na tional Bank one of -its wisest and most . trusted friends. Hon.- Seid Waddell by his quiet, sober and hon est life has set for the youth of the State a most worthy example, and ras contributed as a lasting heritage tr.is example tj til who knew him Be It further molved, That a copy of this resolution be spread upon the minutes of the' board of directors of the bank as a constant reminder to future directors of the bank of this life of sobriety, conservatism and honor," Signed, R. P. WHITESELL, A. J. CORUM, C. E. KEISER. J. S. ROBERTS, E. A. GLOVER, H. A. BECK, A. L. GARTH, J. P. VERHINE, C. H. COBB, J. L. GLOVER, SR. Directors of The Old National Bank, Union City, Tenn. At my home, 11 miles west of Union City, on Troy and Union City public road, I will sell at public auction on Tuesday, February 15. 1921, 18 good coming 3 and 4-year-old Mules; all have been worked; weight from 1100 to 1300 pounds each and are in good shape and sound. TERMS On time, taking: good notes, due November 15, 1921. -Sale at 11 o'clock a. m., rain or shine. Come and inspect stock any time be fore hour of sale. THE PRETTIEST LINE of Ladies' New Spring Millinery in the niftiest styles and the leading colors at prices that will suit you are on display at PHIL HYMAN'S CUT PRICE STOKJS Park Improvement Commission. The Union City Park Improvement Commission met at the City Hall Wednesday afternoon and elected the following officers: President, W. Corum; Secretary, Rev. R. A. Clark; Treasurer, Mrs. C. E. Keiser; Chairman Finance Committee, D. Ira Park. The Park Commission i made up f a committee from the city govern ment, the Liens lhud ana represent ative ladies, and includes in addition to the above named officers the fol lowing members: Rev. Mathis, How ell Brausiord, G. C. Cloys, W. G. Reynolds, W. F. ' Tate, Mrs. R.M. Whipple, Mrs. W. P. Nash. The commission hopes to tuild a vading pool and install various forrr.3 of. amusement for the chil- ren. It solicits the help of every itizen to make our park a recrea tional ccDler. Notice of Income Tax Work. As inctructed by E. B. Craig, Col lector of Internal Revenue, I will be Union City, Tennessee, on the 4th. 15th. 16th. 17th, 18th and 19th I this month for the purpose of as- at CiAlLi: iW V iw PHTTT J. G. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer. slsting taxpayers in filing Income Tax Returns for the year 1920. All persons desiring to file returns and needing the assistance of a dep uty collector ..can find me on the above mentioned dates. All persons desiring assistance will please bring expense accounts ITEMIZED. Respectfully, NOEL F. WILEY, Deputy Collector. European Relief The county campaign to create a fund for European Relief is befog conducted under the direction of Mr. Chas. Dietzel. Obion County is asked for $2000. The entire national cam paign is for $33,000,000. Our part is very small. The cause ia one of tho most urgent and serious of all the war-relief measures. Children arc starving, people are destitute, and what more appealing to our lib erality. What is a' greater obliga tion upon U3 than this duty. It is either for us in this dark and grue some hour to give relief to stricken Europe or to suffer the wrath of God. Which shall we do? We aro instructed to say that fund3 can be given to your school or Sunday school superintendent, your banker, merchant, or you can see your district chairman and give him or her your subscription. Tho money will all go to the general fund to make up the $33,000,000. that Mr. Hoover is sending to the European Relief Association. GIVES HISTORY OF CHURCH IN ANNIVERSARY SERMON Celebrating the 111th anniversary of the organization of the Cumber land Prsebyterian Church in a spe cial service Sunday morning at the Central Cumberland Presbyterian Church Rev. James B. McLeskey, pastor, recited the history of the church and gave the reasons for the separation from the Northern Presbytery. In telling why the name Cumber land was given to the church, Rev. McLeskey explained that some of the ministers who had a part in the or ganization were members of the Cumberland presbytery, of the Pres byterian Church, U. S. A., and that the presbytery was so named be cause it was located in the country called "Cumberland" in the early days. Memphis News-Scimitar. The Post Office is across the street from CLOYS SERUM COMPANY UNION CITY, TENN. one ojT our V ill -'--ftr .inn! A successful TRAVELING SALESMAN dress es successfully. Dressing well helps everybody succeed. People SEE you before they speak to you. They first judge you by the wayou LOOK. fOur clothes FIT, FEEL, WEAR and LOOK well. The PRICE is as LOW as good stuff can be sold for. We will not palm off an old style HAT on you. We will FIT YOU in shirts and underwear. Wear our good, "Nifty" clothes. W. Q. CLAGETT CO. The Commercial for 1921 going good