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COMES, TONE UP YOUR BLOOD Tout Blood Needs this Help of Glide's Pepto-Mangan in Springtime to Over come Drowsy, listless Peelings Called "Spring Fever." PALE FACES CAUSED BY BAD BLOOD That Tired, All-Gone reeling A Dan ger Signal That Your Blood Needs This Splendid Spring' Tonic The 'blood that coursea through your body in the arteries and veins is of the most vital importance to the healthy life of the body. The little red corpuscles are what carry life to the millions of cells that make up your body. The blood is also the ve- - . i 1 M A hide that carries away mosi, uoi all, of the waste producta. -; Springtimo is the season .'whea the lody adjusts itself from the rigors of -winter to the heat of Bummer. Tou notice how muchf sickness tkere is in the spring? Perhaps there are weeks when you fell drowsy as listless, and you call it "Spriag Fever." It is really your blood that has kecosae weak and thin and needs kelp. Take that good blcod tonic Gude's Pcpto-IJangan. It will give the red corpuscles in your blood new power to carry fresh) oxygeu to the cells all over the body. ""You'll notice a change for tho better in a few days. It brings the color back" to pale faces and lifts you out of tired, all-gone feelings so that you enjoy full vigor. Spring is the time for a good blood tonic. Take Gude's Pepto-Mangan so that you cn enjoy the most beauti ful season of the year. Get It at your druggist's, but be sure it is the gen uine, with "Gude's Pepto-Mangan" printed on the package. It is sold in both tablet and liquid form. They have, exactly the same medicinal val ue. Advertisement.! The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, MARCH '4, 1921. Supt. F. E. Ranck and his class in civics were present at the .meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen last Tuesday night. They were there to take notes and become more fa miliar with municipal affairs. As it happened thero were no very grave questions to handle, but the routine of business was probably better pre sented t'jan cn some occasions when the time is taken with discussion. Mr. Rrnck la verv much interested in making the public educational work in Union City as practical as Dossible. and in this the pupils seem to ht taking a sDecial interest. The idea of making education a business as well as a literary proposition seems to be taking root in ti e public school system all-over the country. Mr. Claxton, of the National Bureau of Education, has appeared at some length in a public discussion of the subject. He seems to tninK inai l the whole American educational sys tem could be reorganized with busi npsa tnlpnt in the teachine profes sion it wnnlri mean a world of actual benefit to the people. He is evidently leading in the right oirection ana u he pursues these ideas the right road to success may do iouna. New Church Chapel. Rev. L. G. Landenberger will de liver a sermon in memory of the passing into the other life of Brother Rpid Wartdell. at the New Church Chapel at 11 a.m. The remarks will be based upon So teach us the num her of our davs. that we may apply our hearts to wisdom" and "The measure of a man." At 3 D.m. a sec ond meeting will be held when, the subject considered will be: "The Speech of Angels with Men." The public is cordially invited to both services. Fisk; University Quartette. The world famous quartette of Fisk University, who have not only delighted America but have tourea Europe and spread pleasure and sun shine among the music lovers, will eive their best Droeram here at Rey nolds Theatre Monday night, March 14. The records they mane ior me phonograph people are among the most popular they have. Reserved seats will be on sale at Woosley's Tuesday morning, Marcn , ai to cents. Infant's Death. Friends here sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. Gay Cunningham, whose infant child, Louise, died--Monday night, the 28tU ult., at tho home of thr narents at Protemus. The re mains were tnterred at Ebcnezer. GARDEN TOOLS AND - GARDEN SEEDS b-70M-Z?' . x- i Mli 111 - In . smmm j ,'A '.lU-'; ."ft. ... )V DON'T BREAK YOUR BACK TRYING TO USE' OLD BROKEN TOOLS. WVTH OUR SHARP NEW GARDEN TOOLS YOU CAN DO TH WORK IN JUST HALF THE TIME AND YOU WILL TAKE GENUINE PLEASURE IN MAKING YOURGARDEN. OUR TOOLS WON'T COST MUCH "AND WILL GIVE YOU BIG RETURNS. ' DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE AND PLANT POOR SEEDS. dlR SEEDS ARE GROWN BY RELIABLE SEED 'HOUSES AND ARE ADAPTED FOR THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY, WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR GARDEN GROW. REDUCED PRICES ON PAINT. WE HAVE THE KIND THAT WONT COME OFF. A PAINT FOR EVERY PURPOSE. MORE LIGHT FOR LESS MONEY IF YOU BUY ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES FROM US. BUTTERMILK STARTING FOOD RAISES EVERY CHICK HATCHED. FEED IT AND WATCH THE BABY CHICKS GROW. ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED. SURE HATCH INCUBA TORS AND BROODERS ARE ON SALE AT RE- DUCED PRICES. BUY A NEW STOVE, WE TAKE YOUR OLD STOVE AS PART PAY. - NOW tS THE TIME TO SPRAY YOUR TREES. LIME SULPHUR AND SCALE CIDE ASSURE YOU BOUNTIFUL CROPS OF PERFECT FRUITS. THE HOME OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE, OUR HARDWAREEARS. PUBLIC MEETING UNION CITY MARCH 10 Special Addresses by Miss Keller and the Mayor of Fulton. A public meeting is called to be held at the Junior High School Audi torium in Union City on the after noon of Thursday, March 10. On this occasion Mir,s Keller, community nurse of Fulton, will make a special address. She will be accompanied by Mayor Joe Browder, of Fulton, who will also speak in regard to the local work ,at Fulton." There will also be a delegation from the churches, the public health league and United Charities of Fulton present on this occasion. Every person in Union City should be present to get a com plete idea of the work contemplated in Union City and vicinity. It is im portant that every one of us be pres ent and a general invitation is ex tended to everybody to come. It is especially urgent that the ooard of Mayor and Aldermen, the Board of Education, the Lions, churcLes, fra ternal organizations and clubs be represented on that occasion. Every physician-In Union City should be present. Thin is not a small matter. Our health Is our wealth and hap piness. Without health nothing else counts. No sacrifices are asked. No tax on anyone is contemplated. You are re quested to bo present more then any thing else to get a comprehensive idea of the work and to become bet ter prepared to meet the require ments of public health regulations. Come and meet the people of Ful ton. Come and give us tho benefit of your presence and influence". Come if you can. You are cordially in vited. The Fulton delegation will include Mayor Joe Browder, Rev. J. S. Dean, secretary Public Health League;. W. R. Butt, treasurer Public Health League, Joe Dr.vis, secretary Associ ated Charities. Meetine March 10 at 3:15 p.m. Card of Thanks. We take this method of thanking all friends whom we may not have thanked personally for helping in any way to make our burden of grief seem easier to bear. v. May God shower His blessings up on each of you, is our earnest prayer. Mrs. Tillman Shlpp, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pace and family. Tnlt In th HmiI" la an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per- Ons WHO are UDjeci 10 irequoni cuius In the head" will find that the use of II I f T in 11T1DDU HffPnTnTWIll mill build up the System, cleanse the Bipod una rentier mem leas iiauits iu uuiua. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. , . , en Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. All i-TUKKlSlS iOV. ivouiuuitiaiB f1 HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not cure. F, J, Cheney & CO.. Toieao. unio. TO THE PUBLIC. We wish to thank our many cus tomers in Union City for their orders last year, and now 83 spring is here any one thinking of having a monu ment erected will do well to write us for prices before placing orders. High-class material and workman ship at reasonable prices. Can ship promptly. 50tf J. J. SNYDER, Trop. Eclipse Marble & Granite Works, Humboldt, Tenn. - Lincoln Memorial Hymn. i ' "ill m Frank C. Wehman The following hymn, reprinted from the St. Louis Democrat of April Si 9, 1865, was furnished us by Mr. E. W. Stovall, of Rives. It was sung at a memorial service shortly after the death of Abraham Lincoln. Tune of "Old Hundred." ' O, Thou, whose pity marks the plea When Sorrow lifts her suppliant cry, A mourning People bow to Thee With burdened heart and tearful eye. Woe, woe to us! foul murder's hand Has struck the Lord's anointed low! Slain is the beauty of our land! Fall'n is the mighty! woe, ah, woe! Dark Is the path Thou c&H'st us to; Yet Thou are still the Holy One; For all Thy judgments, Lord, are true, And righteous all.. Thy will be done. O, arm of God, awake, awake, And' vindicate Thy righteous cause! Swift may Thy vengeance overtake The proud deters of Thy laws! Bless Thou our soldiers in the field; Guide Thou our sailors on the sea! Strike with their strength; for they who wield The Sword of Right, do hallow Thee! - Our fathers' God! 'tis Thou alone Whose hand canpart th' opposing , wave; Safe thro' the Sea, O, lead us on! Great God of all, thy People save! "Fondly do we hope, fervently do we pray tht this mighty scourge' of war may speedily pass awoy. Yet if God wills that it .continue until all the wealth piled by the bondsman's two hundred and fifty years of un requited toil shall be sunk; and until every drop of blood drawn with the lash shall bo paid by another drawn with the sword; as xwas said three thousand years ago, so' still may it be said, that "The Judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether." President Lincoln's last Inaugural. "Purina" Made the Difference! pQUAL in laying ability! But the hen on the right was fed a common grain ration while the other was fed Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Hen Chow. Grains have lots of material for yolks, but far too little for whites. As they can't lay yolks only, grain-fed hens lay fewer eggs. , T ef r t 0 rurina roultry -hows teeajmm - . . . . Checkerboard Bags form complete ration, contain- ing material tor an equal number of whites and yolks. They get the most out of your hens, and cut the feedingcost per docen eggs. More-Egg Guarantee Vou gelyOur money back if Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Hen Chow, fed as directed, don't pio duce cdom ggs than any oth. , ration. Why should 700 put oot trial when we take the risk? Delivered promptly by Cash Grocery Company flPORINA K 3 WRINA i HEHIHelcHICKENS WITTY AND WISE. Europe will have to U3e its hands to get on its feet. Gre.enville (S. C.) Piedmont. Some people are so fond cf an ar gument that they won't even eat anything that agrees with them. Price reduction i3 said to be spread all over the world. Perhaps that is why it 13 so nearly imperceptible by the individual. We have always wondered what the heroine of the story really does when the author says she unbend3 a trifle. Ohio State Journal. Woman is the brightest jewel in the crowji of man or at least she was -before she commenced to vote. Now she owns the crown. Central City (Colo.) Register-Call. You may not agree with all of our editorial opinions, but you will turn right to this page again next week and read what we have to say. We thank you. Joseph (Ore.) Herald. A clergyman declares that college students to-day are not nearly so wild as those of a generation or so ago. This will bring an indignant protest from all over the country. New York Evening Post. 1 It isn't the crowd that follows the hearse when you're taking your last ride that counts its the gang that walks with you when your feet are sore. Cut flowers are worth a lot more in your sick-room, when you can smell them, than they are on your coffin when you've quit smell ing. Wray (Colo.) Rattler. 1 What he saya goes when a man talks to his wife through a telephone. A good deal of behaving hurts no body and a little of it goes a long way. TO R. T. VAUGHN. Mary Vaughn vs. R. T. Vaughn. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause' it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendant, R. T. Vaughn, is a nou-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore . here by ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Chancellor of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the First Monday sf April, 1921, that being the first day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by him, and the said cauce set for hearing ex-parte as to him. It is further or dered that publication of this notice bo made' for four consecutive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly news paper published in Obion County, Tenn. B0-4t This March 2, 1921. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. Lannom & Lannom, Sol. for Complt. TO W. M. PITTMAN. J. G. Saunders vs. W. M. Pittman. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tennessee. ' In the above styled causc it ap pearing to tho Clerk andMaeter from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendant, W. M. Pitt is a non-resident of the ' State of Tennessee, so that ordinary ttrocess of law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore here by ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Chancellor of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before tho First Monday of April, 1921, that being the first day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by him, and the said cause set for hearing ex-parto a3 to him. It is further or dered that publication of this notice be made for four consecutive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly news paper published in' Obion County, Tenn. 50-4t This March 1, 1921. J. A. Whipple, Sol. for Complt. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. Insufficient Excuse. 'Here! What's coming cfT out there," yelled Gap Johnson, of Pum pus R4dge, Ark., as a wild clamor trose in the yard. "The baby was playiug with my flshin.g tackle," howled young Bear cat, "and he cwalered a fishhook." "Well, what the Sam Hill is that for you to raise such a hooraw about. Hain't you got no more fishhooks?" 1 I IE On Marvin Chapel's farm, 3 miles southeast of Rives, in District Number 7, on Thursday, larch 0, 1921, 4 work Mules, 1 family Mare, 4 two-year-old Mules, 2 one-year-old Mules, 1 Jersey Cow, 1 Sow and pigs, 17 Shoats and some Goats; 1 International Gas Hay Press, good as new; 5 tons Hay, 1 Binder, 2 Mowers. 1 set of Platform Scales, 1 Steel Roller, 1 Steel Hog Oiler, 2 Breaking Plows, 4 Cultivators, 2 Gas Engines, 1 Tele phone Box, 47 Steel fence Post, 100 Wood fence Posts, 5 corner Posts, 1 Ijog jwater Tank, 5 Steel Barrels, 3 Wood Barrels, 3 cattle feeding, Troughs, 3 sacks Tank age, 1 five gallon coal oil Can, 8 hog Feeders, 1 Steel .water Trough, 1 Pump Jack, ! set Harness, 1 farm Wagon, 1 Buggy. $ Sale starts at 10 o'clock a." m. If rained out, sale will be held following day. Dinner will be served by the Ladies of the Methodist Church. TERMS: $10 and under, cash. Notes payable Nov. 10, 1921. 4 per cent off for cash. By J. A, HOWARD & T. B. CLEMENTS, Trustees COL. R. T. ROBERTS, Auctioneer.