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v Notice 'to
Buggy Owners.
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY," APRIL 29, 1921.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Before you buy a new buggy get
my prices on Painting and Rubber
Tiring. I also have twenty sets of
Rubber Tire Wheels for sale. One
set of these will make your buggy
as good as new.
Cumberland Phone 43
R. A. PARDUE
$100.00 Invested
Then take care of it Have
your machine cleaned, oiled
and correctly adjusted. It runs
smoother and lasts longer. ..
Try my high grade
Ribbons.7
Cumb. Phone 317. s-
S. E. BYRN
CARDUI HELPED
REGAIN STRENGTH
Alabama Lady Sick For Three
Tears, Suffering Paia, Nervous
and Depressed Read Her
Own Story of Recovery.
Paint Rock; Ala. Mrs. C M. Stegatt,
tit near here, recently related the fol
lowing Interesting account of her re
covery: "I was in a weakened con
dition. I was sick three years in bed.
Buffering a great, deal of pain, weak,
nervous, depressed. I was so weak,
I couldn't walk across the floor; Just
had to lay and my little ones do the
work. I was almost dead. I tried
every thing I heard of, and a number of
doctors. Still I didn't get any relief.
I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I
fcelleve if I hadn't heard of and taken
Cardui I would, have died. I bought
six bottles, after a neighbor told me
what it did for her. -
"I began to eat and sleep, began to
gain my strength and- am now well
and strong. I haven't had any trou-
trie since ... I sure can testify to the
. cood that Cardui did me. I don't
think there- is a better tonio made
and I believe It saved my life."
For over 40 years, thousands of wo
men have used Cardui successfully,
in the treatment of many womanly
ailments. ' "
If you suffer as these women did,
take Cardui. It may help-you, too.
At all druggists. E 85
Call 150 foriBon Air.
Mrs. Julia Turner, of Number
Four,, was a visitor last week in the
city.
The District Conference of the Un
ion City district will meet at Fulton
on May 23-24.
See Metcalfe's for pot plants.
bulbs, and cut flowers this week
C. E. Nolen, the sign writer, of
Brownsville, is in the city filling
some contracts.
D. E. Penick, of Chicago, was in
the city last week visiting his moth
er, Mrs. Nettie Penick;
Reduced prices on all types of
fans at Averitt Electirc Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dollar, of
Jackson, were in the city this week
visiting relatives and friend3. 1
Messrs. R. Y. McConnell and W.
T. Bondurant, of Hickman, were in
the city as business visitors Monday.
United States Tires are good
tires. Reece Alexander's Garage.
Mrs." Bonnie Maxwell, of Troy, was
a visitor last jweek in the home of
her son, $r. Luke Maxwell, and wife.
Mrs. J. C. Vanco and little daugh
ter, Grace, who have been visiting In
Wilis Point,- Texas, ate expected
home soon. . . ......
About 20 loads rotted manure
for sale. Ben Bransford? .
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Pursley and lit
tie son, Paul, of Nashville, were in
the city this week visiting relatives
and friends. , ,
Mrs. D. N. McClure and little son,
D. N., Jr., f re expected to return this
week or next from a visit to Mrs,
Clure's parents in Texas.
See Metcalfe's for pot plants,
bulbs, and cut flowers this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Daughtray
were here last week as visitors in
the home of Mrs. Daughtray's par
ents, Col. and Mrs. W. C. Watts.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Wharton and
little daughter. Mary Elizabeth, of
Martin, were in the city last week
visiting Col. and Mrs. W. C. Watts.
Take those grease spots oft your
car with. Red Devil Poll3h. Motor
Sales & Service Co. 2-tf
Mr. Wallace Moore, who is travel
ing out of St. Louis for the Alligator
Raincoat Co.. in Wisconsin, is at
home this week for a few days rest,
Mrs. R. A. Thomas, of McKenzle,
was a visitor this week in the homes
of her brothers, Messrs, Owen, and
sister, Mrs. Burges3 Cunningham,
during the meeting of the C. E
Subscriptions taken for all mag
azines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone
503. ' - 37-4t
E. E. Owen, traveling represents
tive of the Snellenburg Clothing Co,
leaves this week for his territory to
sell goods for the fall trade. Mr,
Owen travels a tier of northern
States.
Don't forget that we wash and
polish your car any time you want it,
Mc-
Bankrupt Sale:
As trustee in bankruptcy of
D. C. Temple, formerly con
ducting the Temple Motor
Company on Washington Ave
nue, in Union City, Tenn., I am
authorized to sell at private
sale the entire stock of the
Temple'Motor Company con
sisting of:
Gas Tank and Pump.
Tire Rack
Air Tank and Meter
Ford Springs
Chevrolet Springs
Automobile Tires
Inner Tubes
Grease and Oil 4
Automobile parts of all kinds
One Chevrolet Truck
Headlight Bulbs
Fan Belts ' -
Dolly Jacks, etc.
I have for sale as such trus
tee, many other items of sup
plies and parts too numerous
to mention. These will be sold
at less than cost Call on me
at once.
W. E. HUDGINS,
Trustee in Bankruptcy.
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
New Church Chapel Friday (to-day),
April 29, at 3 o'clock p.m. Mrs. W.
L. White leader. The government
seed are to be given out for distribu
tion by the "captains."
Preaching.
I will preach at Pleasant Hill Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock and hope
to see a full attendance.
G. W. EVANS.
Real Estate Transfers. '
Altha Stephens et ux. to V. JN.
Rountxee, lot in No. 16, $400.
W. C. Wade to Mrs. Ida Morris,
30 acres in No. 14, $4200.
Thos. Barnes et al. to Geo. Cham
bers, lot in No. 16, $850.
V. E. White et ux. to C. H. Bruer,
lot in No. 13, $1550.
E. D. Austin et ux. to S. J. Brad-
shaw, 75 acres in No. 9, $7535.
D. Bradshaw to S. J. Bradshaw, in-1
terest in 79 acres in'No. 9, $2000.
W. J. Caldwell et ux. to H. Bittick
et al., lot In No. 4, $10.
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A NERVOUS WOMAN
.. Huntersvllle, W. Va. "After I got
over the influenza last spring I was
all run down and suffered from func
tional disturbances. I suffered with
bearing pains and was so nervous I
felt as if I would go to pieces. My
i breath was so short that I could not
walk up hill at all or hardly walk up
stairs. Having used Dr. Fierce's Fa
vorite Prescription with good results
when I came into womanhood, I de
cided to try It again. I have taken
three bottles and am feeling fine."
MRS. NELLIE J. BUSCH.
TOO
LATE
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking
COLD MEDAL
Motor Sales & Service Co. 2-tf
In the notice In last week's paper
concerning Mrs. Monrotus' sale of
household goods the date mentioned
was May 30. The sale will take place
to-morrow afternoon at Mrs. Monro
tus' residence on South Third street
at"! o'clock, April 30
Novelnew styles and treatments
in the stock of spring hats at Mrs.
Aran's. ". ' ." . "' "
Mr. Ed McAlister and Mrs. W. A
Nailling went to Cairo Sunday to vis
it Dr. Sam Cary, who is in poor
health. Dr. Cary's eyesight is also
falling him and the death of his
brother. Mr. Lee Cary. at St. Peters
burg, Fla., last week brings another
misfortune.
FOR SALE. Potato slips ready
for setting. Porto Rico and Florida
Yams. J. N. Tune. 5-ltpd
Judge H. O. Head, of Sherman,
Texas, is in the city visiting The
Beeches. Mrs. H. O. Head, Jr., was
taken-to Nashville last week very ill,
but we understand she is reported
much improved, wlth excellent pros
pects of returning health and
strength. Mr. Hepry Head,' Jr., is in
Nashville with Mrs. Head.
Red Devil Polish does not collect
dust. '-Use it and ecp your car look
ing new. Motor Sales & Service Co.
Mr. Otis Smitherman, miller for
the Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.f left
this week for Springville, Ark. Mr.
Smitherman tells us that he-likes the
people of Union City and trusts that
he may have a chance to return if the
milling -activities .are resumed in the
course of a few months. Mr. Smith
erman is a fine man' and we under
stand a fine craftsman.
MEN'S EXTRA HEAVY
220 white back blue 'denim -overalls
that have sold for $2.50 selling now
for $1.25 at "
PfflL HYMAN'S CUT-PRICE STORE
Death of Mrs. Chas. J. Crockett.
News was received here last week
by Mrs. D. N. Walker and Mrs. Joe
i
Rodgcrs of the death of Mrs. Chas. J.
Crockett on the 13th Inst, at her
home in Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.
Crockett had been living in Detroit
since December 1, 1920. Before that
they lived, in Cleveland, Ohio, where
they located after leaving Colorado.
Mrs. Crockett was before her mar
riage Miss Meredith Edwards, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards,
and a sister of W. J. Edwards, St.
Louis. She was reared in Union City,
most lovable and sweet-spirited
young woman. She was a member
. i
of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church and Sunday School and de
voted' to all the church work, espe
cially the music of the choir, in
which she sang.
There are scores of good people in
Union City who hear this sad news
with deep regret and tender the be
reaved husband, mother and brother
the kindest condolences.
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
fiver, gladder and uric add trouble tb
National Remedy of Holland since 1696.
Guaranteed. Three sizes, all druggists.
; for the Heme Cold Medal an mwmr be
nd acetpt Be imiwioa .
THE BEST LINE "OF
. LADIES' MILLINERY
A large stock to chose from, and at
prices that will suit your pocket book
can be found at
PHIL HYMAN'S CUT-PRICE STORE
Old Folks Made New.
"It is now five months since I took
a course or your medicine lor gas
and stomach trouble and I am feel
ing entirely well. NMy friends all
tell me I am looking twenty years
younger and I certainly feel as they
say. I am recommending Mayr's
Wondlrful Remedy to,all ailing, with
stomach and liver troubla." It is a
simple, harmless preparation that re
moves the catarrhal mucin from the
intestinal tract and alloys the inflam
mation which causes practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ail
ments, including appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refund
ed. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug
Store and druggists everywhere.
HOUSE BILL NO. 818.
CHAPTER 381
PRIVATE ACTS 1921.
AN ACT to amend Chapter 136 of
the Acts of 1891 of the General As
sembly of Tennessee, entitled, "An
Act to create the office of County
Judge for the County of Obion and
prescribe. his duties," so as to enlarge
the powers, duties and Jurisdiction of
the County Judge of said County.
SECTION ' 1. BE IT ENACTED
by the General Assembly of the State
of Tennessee, That Chapter 136 of
the Acts of 1891 of the General As
sembly of Tennessee, entitled, "An
Act to create the office of County
Judge for the County of Obion,, and
prescribe his duties," be and the same
is hereby so amended as to con
fer upon the County Judge of Obion
County concurrent Jurisdiction with
the Chancellors and Circuit Judges
of Tennessee, to grant flats for writs
of attachment and injunction, vrrits
of certiorari and supersedeas, and all
other extraordinary writs usually
granted by chancellors and Circuit
Judges of this State.
SECTION 2. BE IT FURTHER
ENACTED that said County Judge of
Obion County shall have concurrent
Jurisdiction with the Circuit and
Criminal Court Judges of this State
to hear petitions for and grant writs
of habeas corpus.
SECTION 3. BE IT FURTHER
ENACTED, That thi3 Act take effect
from and after its passage, the public
welfare requiring it.
PASSED MARCH 17, 1921.
ANDREW L. TODD,
Speaker q( the House
. of Representatives.
W. W. BOND,
Speaker of the Senate.
APPROVED: 3-23-21.
- . A. A. TAYLOR,
- Governor. -
" Methodist Church.
Dr. J. L. Russell, one of our home
secretaries, of Nashville, Tenn., will
preach at the Methodist Church next
Sunday morning at eleven o'clock.
Dr. Russell is a very pleasing and
attractive speaker and we fefel that
alll who hear him will be pleased
and greatly benefited. We extend , to
all "n cordial Invitation.
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Jfu! &B'roprac1or's
PHONES:
Residence 202-W. Office 393
r Many Women
have a fear of the "doctor."
Their own experience and
that of their friends has been
uncomfortable.
Chiropractic has solved the
problem of the refined woman
who is seeking true health.
Ask any woman who has
tried it.
THOMSON
CHADMCK&, PETERSON!
1'imm i itnn.
Offices oOer .
&fes Qosfi iSfrocery
Union City.Tsnm.
Offices oOaf
wenmansiiiarawar
1
Mr. Edison invented the Edison
v.-
Turn-Table Comparison him
self. ' It is a truly scientific
device. . v
By means of this Turn-Table,
Mr. ' Edison brought together
the four leading phonographs,
so that each played from the
same position, and used record
ings by the same artist.
He knew thaf this was the
only way to show completely
and convincingly which was
the best phonograph and why. "
We have secured .one of Mr.
Edison's famous Turn-Tables.
We now operate it for the ben
efit of 'music-lovers generally.
Come in and hear it, if you
expect some day to buy a pho
nograph and want to get the
one best phonograph. T
CHAS. DIETZEL, Jeweler
Union City, Tenn. ,
NOTICE TO MANUFACTURERS
The talking machines, used in these
tests, are kept by us in the best pos
sible condition. Manufacturers of
such machines, or their representa
tives, are invited to inspect' them,
to regulate them, or to substitute
other machines -of the same make,
of their own selection, of equal or
greater value, at any time during
business hours.
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