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I Fine Pianos and Organs j FOR SALE OR RENT Oil EASY TERMS Phone 505 Union City. University of Tennessee Knoxviile Courses in Languages and Sciences; Civil, Jlechanical, Electrical and Mining Engineering; Agriculture, Law and Pharmacy New building and equipment; enlarged faculty. Fine laboratories and farms 400 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS to Tennesse students. Part of travel ing expenses paid by tlie State. Liv ing expenses moderate. Loan .funds Self help. Next session opens Sep- . teniber 18, 1907. For information or catalogue, address BROWN AYERS, President. NUMBER THREE. Jas. Woods was in Ucion City Monday. Ernie Cole is recovering1 from a spell of sickneBa. Sirs. Tim Reedy left Monday to visit relatives and iriends in Mur f reesboro, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woods have returned home after a week's visit with relatives near Glass. Misses Azilee Gray and Inez Rog ers went to Spout Spring Monday to visit Mrs. Sallie Wrady. J. W. Thurman and family will leave Tuesday for Dyersburg to visit relatives tor a few days. An ice cream supper given at the home of Willie Thurman Wednes day night was greatly enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Slinktr were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pinion Saturday and Sunday. Buster Brown. FREMONT. , ' Dr. C. P. Glover, of Crystal, called on friends in Fremont Sunday,. , J. J. Freeman has returned home from a week's stay in Arkansas, prospecting. SOUHTSIDE. Mr. Charley McMinn is very sick with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cloar spent a few days near Clayton this week. Miss Iris Ashley, of Hornbeak, is I the guest of Miss Nora Jackson. Mr. Baker Bordon, of Marion, 111.' i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cole. Messrs. W. S. Jackson and Sam Cohen spent a few days in Paducah this week. Miss Annie Cullom, of Jackson, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. S. Jackson. Miss Bessie Mays, of Newbern, is the guest of her cousin. Miss Stella Mays, this week. Mr. Robert Hutchison, of Glass, spent Saturday night and Sunday witn ivins Jackson. Mrs. W. O. Forrester returned home Tuesday from a visit to her son at Terre Haute, Ind. Prof.Wm.Wilkerson and brother, j of Troy, were the gueste of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cloar Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Kirk spent a few days last week with friends near Fulton and attended the Grone meeting. Misses Beulah Waters and Beaty Hamilton, of Dyer, are the guests ot Misses Laura and Meda Mabrey this week. Mrs. Annie McCord is spending this week with her parents before leaving for her new home at Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Harvy Tooms and two chil dren and Mrs. Will Hammond and baby spent Tuesday and Wednes day with relatives in Southside. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Caldwell, of Fremont, spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cole. Mrs- Bettie Caldwell, of Eastside, I Bpent Monday afternoon with her schoolmate, Mrs. Fannie Simmons, oi warion, in., wno 13 nere on a I visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright last Tuesday moved to their new home at the Rinehart place near White's grocery. We regret losing Mr. and Mrs. White from Southside, but all wish them much joy in their new home. The many friends of Mrs. Kate White sympathize with her over the Miss Nellie Martin, of Union City, l083 o her dear mtle D0V( whoae paid a recent visit to her aunt, Mrs. Ida Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Tooms were the guests of relatives in and near Troy last week Miss Grace Irvine left Sunday for her home near Troy, after a week's visit to relatives here. s Thos. Ross and children, of Hum boldt, were here last week visiting Mrs. Ross' mother, Mrs. Joe Green. Klvie Caldwell and famiiv. of Tln- ? r;t ror af h h. f Mro Lf vou suffer from backache- . jtrom urinary disorders death occurred at the home cf its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Webster, near Rives, last Sunday night and whoiwas buried at East View Cemetery Monday, afternoon. Gipsy. CURED TO STAY CURED. How a Union City Citizen Found Complete Freedom From Kid ney Troubles. From any disease of the kidneys.1! Be cured to stay cured. Doan's JCidnev Pills make lasting cures union uny neoBie test iv. Here's one case of it: II. T. Dunn, retired veteran, livinc on J5.asi iviaunews street, union (Jlty, Teiin., says: "My wife was cured of Kianey complaint by the use of Doan's Ruthie Caldwell visiting during the paBt week Mesdames II. D. Park and Maud Park, of Union City, came out Thursday night and visited Mrs. Calla Park. Mr. and Mrs. Will Caldwell at ten-led church at Libertv Sundav Kldney after she had suffered tended ccurcn at iwDerty bunaay wlth game for a long tlme) doct0red and dined with Mr. and Mrs. Penn and used several remedies without Stubblefield. success. She was subject to hard sir- c. ,4.i headaches, pains through her limbs Miss Stevens, of Martin, opened and bodV( hrd 8nooting and dartln(? school at Hampton last Monday, pains in her back, and a weakness of Van Glover also began teaching at the kidneys which was very annoying remom me same aty. for her to bend, stoop, lift or rest com Mr. and Mrs. Raymond White fortably in bed. Using Doan's Kidney have moved to their new home near jnicn sne procured at the Red Cross Drug Store, she was soon cured of the disease. 1 have also used them for urinary weakness and havn found that they were a cure for this trouble. and alHO a good tonic to my system. We gave a statement for publication In 1903, setting forth the merits of Doan's Kidnev Pills, and we nrf clad and Harold Simmons, was here last to confirm all that was said in that week visiting her sister, Mrs. Lizzie statement as it was true in every par MSm-i ff. m " mm - -J .,Y 1 81 In these days when youth is the moving factor when man has made his mark at thirty-five and is dubbed a k; o fortw- whm hnsincs hnusrs nonsinn the man we used to call "middle aged," rathr than allow his aCtJ WWW V f v w vw hv ' f - - t lagging influence to intrude upon the modern commercial rush a bald head is a seriou3 handicap. In the social world it is equally bad for a man, while for a woman it is fatal. Few people can afford a bald head. Even those who can those who are fixed socially, financially and matn moniaUy have no wish to do so. But afford it or not, thousands of us are bald, either partially or wholly. What caused baldness whether an inherited tendency; whether through undue mental effort, sickness, dandruff or other scalp disease makes no difference. What we want is HAIR. v Millions of dollars have been spent in vain efforts to grow hair on bald heads. Other millions have been spent in an effort to restore faded gray hair to its natural shade, and still others to banish dandruff. And still dandruff declined to disappear; hair refused to grow; lost tints of brown, blonde and auburn failed to return. All this, however, is of the past Failures have give place to success. A real hair tonic has at last been found. REXALL "93 " HAIR TONIC i3 a positive cure for all hair and scalp troubles. It is not sticky or gummy, will not thicken on hair, does not become rancid, has no disagreeable odor. It is clean, egreeable and pleasant to use- NINETY-THREE sent enthusiastic reports of the remedy and gave de tails of the splendid effect in each individual case. We therefore selected "NINETY THREE" HAIR TONIC as the name of this preparation, which we believe to be the best. Could any other name be so significant of merit. Any test have been more fair f Any results mora encouraging t In biiH!-e'fRi'-XAu' "93" 1Iai Tojijon an(tik$ no chances what ever. If alter trial you are not more than satisfied we will promptly and cheerfully refund your money. REXALL:"93" HAIR TONIC Cures all cases of dandruff, falling hair, irritation of tkt scalp, baldness, frtmaturt fading, scanty growth, and all those annoying affections of the, scalp which scientists have found to be duo to the presence of mi crobes. Rexaix "93" Hair Tonic rtstorts the hair by first killing the mi crobes, by supplying a nutritive food element upon which the injured hairs may feed and regain health and Strength by'' (Uansinf the scalp and strengthening the hair fjllcUs. It assists nature to restore the color by making the hair healthy and enabling it to draw its own coloring matter from the pigment glands in the scalp. is not a dye. Remember that dandruff is proof positive that microbes are at work on the roots of your hak. Then is the time to buy a bottle of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and begin treatment. Dont wait until you are bald. "GREATLY ADDS TO BEAUTY." " I can most highly recommend Rexall '93' Hair Tonic as the best of preparations for the preservation of the hair and the promotion cf its healthy growth. It hot only pre serves the hair and stops it from falling, but it gives it -a gloss and sweetness which greatly adds to its beauty. Every woman should use Kexall '93' Hair Tonic as a dressing to the hair if she desires to keep her hair in the best condition." Mrs. J. C. Hall, Palmyra, N. Y. "THE STORY CF REXALL "93" HAIR T0H!C ... Before placing Rexall "93" Hair Tonic on the market we realized that we had a formula of exceptional value, and yet we determined to give it a thorough trial before we offered it as a Rexall preparation. We there fore wrote to one hundred druggists in as many cities, asking the name of one customer who suffered from a disease of the hair and scalp. To each of these customers we sent three bottles of the hair tonic and asked them to try it and report upon it. The Result: Five reported no answer, two reported adversely and SOLD ONLY AT OUR STORE. LARGE BOTTLE, 50 CENTS. MAIL ORDERS PILLED. Bethleliem. Tnese are good peo ple and we are sorry to lose them. Miss Fannie Simmons, of Marion, I1L, accompanied by her three grand sons, Baker Burton, Dennis Gent RED CROSS DRUG STORE Watson & Kimsey, Props. The m&sJLl Store Caldwell. Violet. PLEASANT HILL. Miss Ada Edmaiston has returned from a visit to Elbridge Dr.. E. M. Long, of Union Cit j visited homefolks Sunday. tlcular, and the good results obtained through the use of this remedy have lasted until this time, May 11, 1907." J! or sale by all dealers, i'rice so cents. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N.Y., sole agents for the United States. Kemember the name Doan's and take no other. Beautiful Picture Free. TTaiTVi "Prnrrrfica a hlfr niAnfhlo ftrrrl Several of our young people arecunural desnTflf, to ,ntr a m -1 r t t - v ... . i 1 ' ai xvxcuuui j,aKc iuis wees, cnap eroned by Mrs. Jim McAhster. Mrs. Lula Webster is on the sick list, also Ferrell Kirkman. Their friends hope for them a speedy re covery. Everett White, the little grand- buu vi iii. jutiu tvcubicr, uieu oi miningitis last Sunday night. His, body was interred at Union City Monday. Rev. E. P. Lindsay con ducted the funeral services. The entire community extend sympathy to the bereaved family, A. B. C. WATER VALLEY. What is the trouble with the cousins that so many are tardy? Farmers are getting behind with their plowing, because of so much rain. . We are having some real, old time hot weather good old sum mer time. Jas. Alex Latta, of Oklahoma, is in the village on a business visit to his old home. Oscar Owen and Toddie Dublin are repairing the Big Slough bridge at Mobley's Camp Ground. E. Thos. Dublin, wife and son, Erie, of Cronanville, are visiting relatives in and around this burg. , ors, and makes a handsome dining- vv imam ana uave uwen ana tea room ornament. Send 30 cents for a gar Bryant spent Sunday afternoon three-year subscription or three one- at the home of Uncle Toade Dublin. Mr. Monroe Bennett and Ichabod C. Gardner, of the Bennett Cross ing, spent Monday in Bayou de Chien bottom. Most all crops in Bayou de Chien bottom have been destroyed by the ests of the American farmer, his home and industries, is giving away free with every three-year subscription a beautiful fruit picture, size 22x29 inches, entitled "Natural Fruits." This is a beautiful picture, in six col-j year subscriptions to-day. Address all orders to Farm Progress, St. Louis. LOST Wednesday, the 7th inst.. between the union station and John O'Donnell's residence, a gold bracelet, with three cameos, 2 red and 1 white. Return to Laurice O'Donnell. recent overflows, some being com pletely washed away. Mr. Jim D. Dacus, of Memphis, has returned home after paying his first visit to his uncle, Joe Dacus, of the Pleasant Hill vicinity. ' Bill and Dave Owen, Leslie Tyner Will and Wall Dacus, Isaac J. Dub lin and ye writer spent Saturday in the hustling town of Fulton. The Sev. Miss Lucy M a h a n proved herselt an able and forceful preacher, and closed one of the most successful meetings ever held at Mobley's. We"sure do think that Sylvan is as hard to keep trail of as a travel ing Gipsy, but we are ever glad to read her messages, wheresoever they hail from. ' Arthur Dublin and wife and Roul hac Gilbert, wife and sons, West wood and Isaac, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home ot Uncle Toade Dublin Messrs. Oscar L. Doran, of Seda- Ha, and Wm. M. Owen, of Roper, will leave next week for Belleville and other Arkansas points on a prospecting tour. We have been a reader and corre spondent of The Commercial for six years, and we value it just as highly and appreciate it as much as when we first beean to read it. ' It is our favorite. There is a very flattering pros pect for a banner corn crop, and there is some good tobacco, but there -has been too much rain of late and as a consequence tobacco is frenching." Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Doran, and Masters Raymond, Larnon and Linron, of Sedalia, spent two or three days visiting the homes of Roulhac Gilbert and John W. Dub lin of this community. The campmeeting has just closed at Mobley's Camp Ground on Bayou de Cbien. The services were con ducted by Miss Lucy Mahan, of LondoD, Ky., and the Rev. Mr. Niles, of the Blue Grass region of Kentucky. Uncle Bildad. THE SPECIES. Some people are always In debt, And that is no wonder, Babette, For they are the kind Who can, you will find, Afford anything they can get. A Beautiful Game. "Here comes McCinch." "What of it?" Let's shake 'dice with him and stick his wife and babies for the drinks." Improved Tactics. Atalanta was running for office. "I won't throw avray any golden apples," said she. "Instead I'll throw out a lot of hints about plums." This ruse was just as successful. Exclusive. 'She doesn't care for the bath- tng. Why not?" "Too common. She might take it up if they had individual oceans."