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J. II. handling vs. Tom Bynuiu et als. In the County Court of Obion County, . Tennessee. In this cauBe. it aDDearlnur to the cuurt that the defendant. Emily Stal lion, and her husband, Ben Stallion. 7?mA. rharlleand Harrv IJynum and Lou Ella Bynum. are all non-residents r the State of Tennessee. RO that the rdinarv nrocess of law cannot be served on them; It is therefore ordered m ihn fi-mrt. that niihllrafclnn be made in The Commercial, a newspaper pub lished in Union City, Tenn., for four consecutive weeks commanding the said Emily Stallion and her husband, lien btaiuon, liruc rycuru, narue uri-iirrt QnH Tflnppw livniim t.n annfiar before the Judge of the County Court of Obion County at Union City, Ten nessee, on tne First Monday in October, 1907, and nlead. answer or demur to said firkrlnal and amended bill or the sain will be taken as confessed as to them and the cause set for hearing ex parte This August 13, 1907. S. F. HOWARD, Clerk. County Court Land Sale. E. L. Bowers, Exr., of AbiaCritten don, deceased, vs. Homer Alex ander et als. In nViorllfinf A tn an Interlocutory decree made and entered In the above styled cause. 1 win sen to tne nignest and best bidder, at the Courthouse door in union uity, xenn., on Saturday, the 7th Day of Sept.. 1907, at l o'clock, d. m.. the following de scribed tract of land, situated in the 7th Civil District of Obion County. Tenn., and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: On the north by the lands of Willis Walker, deceased, on the east bv G. W. Phebus. on the south by C. B. Jackson, on the west by Joe Jackson and O. W.Stovall, containing 135 acres more or less; minimum price on t h Is tract 82.500. Also one house and lot In Union City. Tenn . being in Block No. 14, lot No. 9 In Camnbell's addition, front lng west on Second street, running back east 100 feet to an alley; bounded on the north bv lot No. 8 In said block, on the south by a lot owned by Dick Caldwell. Also the houses and lot in the town of Hives, Tenn., District No. 4, bound erl and described as follows: Begin nlng at a stake on the west side of the Iiives and Troy road, running north with said Elves and Troy road, 92 feet to a stake at the northeast corner of Harris' mill lot, thence west 162 feet to the I. C. R. R. right of way, thence southwest with said right of way to a etake, thence east 200 feet to the be- einninar. there beinmr 2 houses on said lot, and Includes and excludes the lot on which the Roller Mill stands. 1UU119 UI OAJLiJV JUtS lliliu vaoij, one third In six months, and one third In 12 months from date of sale. iNotes for the deferred payments will be re nuired with anDroved personal se' curltv, bearing interest from date, and a" lien retained as further security. This the 14th day or August, ishp. S. F. Howard. Clerk. Geo. R Kinney, Att'y for Complainants. . Non-Resident Notice. Mary Dean Wheeler vs. S. B. Wheeler. Chancery Court Obion County, Tenn. In this cause it appearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of com plaint, which is sworn to. that the de fendant, S. B. Wheeler, is a non-resident of the State, so that the ordinary Erocess of law cannot be served upon im: It is therefore ordered that he appear before the Chnacery Court at its .next regular term, to be held at the courthouse in Union City on the First Monday of October, 1907, and plead, answeror demur to the said bill, or the same will be taken as con fessed by said defendant and the cause set for hearing ex parte. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published In Union City, Tenn., for four consecutive weeks. This August 20. 1907. O. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master, Pierce & Fry, Sol's for Compl't. Non-Resident Notice. vs. - J. A, Mrs. Sallie Scott GIllls Gillls. , Chancery Court Obion County, Tenn. In this cause It appearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill, which Is sworn to, that the defendant, I. A. Gillls, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served upon him; He Is therefore ordered to appear be fore the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tenn., to be held at the court house at Union City, in said State and county, on the First Monday of October, 1907, and plead, answer or demur to the bill tiled against him in the above styled cause or the same will be taken as confessed by him and said cause set for hearing ex parte. It is further ordered that publica tion of this notice be made in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper pub lished in Union City, for four consecu tive weeks. This August 12. 1007. . , G. A. GIBBS. Clerk and Master. Noa-Kesident Notice. l,eleHr Grnhntr. vs. Roay Gnihnm. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tenn. In thin cauxe it nppenriiiK to the Clerk nnd Muster from the trill, which is sworn to, that the defendant. Bony Graham, is h non-rrsilent of the Mule so that the ordinary process of law cannot 1 served on him. It is therefore ordered that said Boay Graham npiwar before the Chancery Court at Union City, Tenn., on THE FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER. NEXT, it heirt the first day of the next resrular tenn of said court to be holden at the conrtlumse in Un ion Citv. Tenn.. and plead, nnswer or demur to complainant s bill, or the same will be taken as confessed bv him and set tor hearina ex parte. It is further ordered that publication of this notice I made in The Commercial, a weekiy newspa per published in Union City, for four consecutive weeks. This Sept. 5th, WJ7. G, A. GIB1IS. C. & M. ft fiddell & Waddell, SoK for Complts. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms convenient to business section of the city. For particulars apply to J. H. Thomas, 321 Z. Harrison, Union City, Tenn. FROTEMUS. Mr. Ed Harris was here Wednesday. Mr. Albert Hall was a visitor in our burg Monday. ' S. S. Beanford was visiting at this place Monday. Miss Mai Tucker was the guest of Miss Nannie Sanders Sunday. Miss Effle ' Wilson was the guest of Miss Ernest Folghum last week. W. P. Stubblefield, our wide awake merchant, has in a bran new stock of goods. Walter nutcherson and J. D. Kll lion made a Tbusiness trip to Union City Monday. Miss Leona Cox and Miss Vallie Wilson, two bells of Possum Trot, were In our burg Monday shopping. Rev. Bob Garrison and wife, also Mr. J. M. Caldwell and wife, were the guests of Uncle Johnnie Cunningham and family Sunday. Trix. HARRIS. Mrs. L. D. Boaz visited in Mayfield this week. Mrs. J. C. Griffin is reported quite sick with the fever. Mrs. Paul Etheridge visited her hus band at Curve Sunday. Mrs. Robert Renfro, of Troy, visited relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McClanahan visited in Fulton Sunday. Messrs. Arch and Thurman Foulks were in Union City Monday. Mr. Radford, of Mayfield, visited Or. Boaz and family Sunday. Farmers in this section are cutting tobacco and report a fine crop. School opened here Monday morn ing --with Miss Ruth Whltson as the teacher. , Mr. Thorp, the well known hard ware man, was here lor a few nours Tuesday, G. B. C. RIVES. ' Mrs. Nan Moffat is visiting her son in Obion. Mrs. Claude Spykes left Tuesday for her future home in Pine Bluff, Ark. Will Starnes presented his daugh ters with a very fine piano last week. Mrs. J. Hugh Briggs.of Union City, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Ilovis. Mrs. Lee Wade was a visitor of Mrs. Eliza Wallace on Caldwell avenue last Sunday. Rev. E. P. Lindsay is this week con- ducting a protracted meeting at Brighton. Mrs. T. J. Bonner, who has been quite sick for several days, is reported no better. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Phebus visited Mrs. Phebus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stovall, Sunday CRESCENT. Measles are raging at Kenton. A good raia fell here this week Virgil Morris, otMcAnna, was here Sunday. several ot Mat iiarnt uiiui; are sick with fever. Oran and H. W. Stigler were in Gleason last week. Oscar Cloar entered school at Union City Monday. Tommy Aaron, of Big Sandy, is attending school here. Mr. Raddie Hamblin, of Missouri is visiting his brother here. Miss Lela Howard visited Miss Eula Donnell at Clayton Sunday. Bluebell, PLEASANT HILL. Mrs. Dan Webster is reported very ill at this writing. Mrs. Mary Olive left on Monday for an extended visit to relatives at Florence, Ala. Mr. Arthur Allen, of Bowling Green, Ky , visited his sister, Mrs W. E. Shropshire.last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Smith and children ot Troy, and Miss Josie Foulk, of Caruthersville, Mo., visited rela tives at Pleasant Hill and Rives last week. Miss Alma Morris began her school, at Houser Valley school house last Monday. Her many friends wish for her a highly suc cessful term. The Sunday school picnic at this place last Friday was well attended and was, to all appearances, very much enjoyed by all present. An abundant dinner was spread and ice water, ice cream, lemonade, etc., were at the disposal of the people. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shropshire spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. S. R. Bratton's. A. B. C. OAK GROVE. Miss Mabel Stovall has returned from a visit to friends in Number Seven. Miss Fannie Eddings, of Fulton, Ky., spent Friday night with Miss Ruth Talley. Mrs. J. M. DeBow has gone to Dresden to join her husband, who is teaching in'Cobb-Nichols School. Jack Boxley stuck a nail in his foot Monday and suffered a great deal, but is doing very well now. Mrs. L. W. Everett and little daughter, Wilma, of Obion, were the guests ot the family of M. P. McMurry the first of the week. Rev. Frank Baty preached bis first sermon at Beulah Sunday. All that bad the pleasure of being Miss Pearl Milam opened school here Monday with 32 on roll.' She is a good teacher and we hope every one interested will help make the school a success. Mrs. W. .C. Kelley left Monday night for her home in Denison, Tex She was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. C. B. Hale, who will stay a week or two. Several of our girls left Monday to begin teaching, Miss Ruth Tal ley near Fulton, Miss Ethel Hen derson, Pierce, Miss Carrie Naylor, Number Seven, and Miss Mattie Corum, Pleasant Valley, near Union City. We wish them much success. Scribbler. Mr. and Mrs. John Malcomb. who. present speak in the highest terms have been spending the Rummer lnpfit. Big Bottom, have returned home. Miss Fbrence Botts reports a de lightful week tn the home of Dr. and Mrs. Lon Marshall at Maple Grove. Maury Forester, who has narrowly escaped lockjaw from a wouhd punc tured by a rusty nail, is much better. Mesdames Will McNeel, George Botts and others dined Tuesday with Mrs. Griff Ilogan on Caldwell avenue. Mrs. George Joyner and sister, Miss Lizzie Wade of Number Ten, visited Mrs. Jane Wade the latter part of last week. Misses Elenora and Pauline Bryant, of Number Seven, were among other new students that entered school here Monday. Mrs. Spence Stovall, of Number Seven, was taken suddenly ill last week with typhoid and is very low at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper left Monday for the Northern markets to select a fall and winter stock for the Harper & Shore Dry Goods Co. Miss Lena Hogan, .who has been visiting at the home of her uncle, Mr. Griff Ilogan, for several weeks, re turned to her home near Union City Tuesday. The Sunday school picnic at Pleas ant Hill on the 30th inst. was an ac corded success, and we deem it no great wonder that this vicinity has the reputation of true hospitality and dinners beneath which the tables groan. The Rives Graded School opened Monday with all teachers present and a fairly good representation of pupils and patrons. 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But the man, the plan, the idea, or the article that truly succeeds, does so because he or it deserves to succeed, and for no other reason. The success of the " Rexall " Remedies is therefore the first evidence of their real merit They'sell because they cure, and . they cure be cause each one of them is the best remedy known to medical science for the particular ailment it is made to relieve. There are nearly 200 remedies sold under the "Rexall" name, each for one disease or one purpose. Each of these has been selected by a committee of experts from among all other remedies of its t class, for manufacture and sale by The United Drug Company, a co operative association of leading American druggists. Wherever you see the name , " Rexall," you may know that it stands for a formula scientifically correct and proved efficient in actual, long extended practice. We know these formulas and are glad to answer all inquiries regarding them, giving full information as to the ingredients. Here are three famous members of the " Rexall M family: foil CATARRH MUCU-T0NE , The chief ingredients of 1 Mucu-Tone are Gentian, Cu bebs, Cascara Sajrrada, Glycer ine, and Sarsaparilla. Gentian is rccogni-ed in med icine as one oif tho greatest tonics ever discovered. It is the foundation on vlii h M'.icu Tone is built. Gentian conr bines in high degree the tor.ic powers of all the known "Li ters," with none of the disad vantages applying to them. 1 Cubebs hve long been rec ognized as a specific in the treat ment of all catarrhal conditions. Its action is prompt and its benefit almost invariable. In whatever part of the body the inflamed or diseased condition of the mucous membrane exists, the use of Cubebs has been recommended by the best phy sicians for many generations. t Cascara Sagrada is espe cially introduced for its neces sary laxative properties. The combination of these with Glycerine and Sarsaparilla makes Mucu-Tone a remedy that attacks catarrh from every point, gradually restores and re builds the diseased tissues to their former health and strength, promotes digestion and creates a normal appetite. Bottle, 50c. REXALL DYSPEPSIA TABLETS The remarkable success of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets is largely due to the new and suc cessful method of manufacture, whereby the well known prop cnirs of Bismuth Subnitrate and l'cpsin have been combined v.-ith carminitives and other agents. Bismuth Subnitrate and Pep sin arc recognized by the entire medical profession as specifics for acute indigestion or chronic dy.-.pepsia. The pepsin used is' manufac tured under a new process which develops its greatest ef ficiency. Pepsin not only sup plies to the digestive machinery one of the most important ele ments of the digestive fluid, but it seems to exert a tonic influ ence upon all the glands, which supply all the other elements. The carminitives add prop erties which promptly relieve pains caused by undigested food. The c o m b i n a t i o n of the whole makes a remedy abso lutely invaluable to any man or woman suffering from Dyspep sia and not only a remedy but a aire which works gradually rebuilding and stimulating the glands which perform the diges tive functions. Package, 20c. FOB NCRVES AMERICANmS ELIXIR The Rexall Americanitis Elix ir is a tonic nerve food composed chiefly of free Phosphorus, Glycophosphates, Iron Pyro phosphate and Calisaya. The wonderful results of this remedy are due to the fact that it supplies Phosphorus to the nerve cells in a condition in which it can be immediately and easily taken up by them. It is the only known preparation in which free Phosphorus that is. Phosphorus which remains in definitely unoxidized is used. The Glycophosphates, actual nerve-tissue builders, are one of the most recent and valuable additions to the field of this branch of medicine and unques tionably a more efficient rem edy than the well-known Hypophosphites. The Iron Pyrophosphates is the most easily assimilated form of iron which gives tone and color, and the combined alka loids of Calisaya Bark have a tonic effect on almost all the functions of the body. In compounding these vari ous elements, the very highest degree of pharmaceutical skill . has been employed. 75c. and f 1.50 a bottle. This "Rexall" Guarantee appears on each package: "This preparation is guaranteed to give satisfactioa If it does not, come back and get your money. It belongs to you and we want you to have it." RED CROSS DRUG STORE Watson & Kimsey, Props. 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