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What is coffee?
Not beans bran and molasses or chicory. It ought to be pure, clean, fit-to-drink, healthful food. Think of it you put coffee right in your stomach. The very first thing after you get out of bed. And you do a day's work on it. Don't insult your stomach. Pure, good coffee like Court Square Blend never hurt anyone. It's gentle, soothing stimulation adds life to every day and days to every life. It's absolutely pure. It's unquestionably healthful. And it's the best tasting 25c coffee on earth. You can't help but like it. If you don't, you get your money back. You and you only are the sole judge and jury. Any good dealer will be glad to sell you a pound. And equally as glad to refund the full purchase price if you are unhappy all you have to do is to ask. "OLIVER-FINNIE CO. 2 MEMPHIS, TENN. Coff.a Roter Candy Mfgrs. Grocery Jobbers - Splo. Miller. County Court Sale of House and Lot. Arthur W. Morris et al. vs. Pink B. Morris et al. In obedience to an order of sale made and entered in the above styled cause at the February term, 1909, of the County Court of Obion County, Tenn., I will, on Saturday, the 3rd Day of April, 1909, at 1.30 o'clock p. m., on the premises in South Fulton, Obion County, Tenn., sell to the highest and best bidder the following described house and lot in the Sixteenth District of Obion County, Tennessee, in the town of South Ful ton, Tennessee, and bounded and de scribed as follows: Sitifated on the iouth side of State Line street, front ing 68 feet on same, and running back same width south 90 feet, more or less, on which is an old store building. Terms of Sale: One-third eash, one third in six months, one-third in twelve months, taking notes with approved se curity bearing interest from day of sale and retaining a lien as further security. This 9th day of March, 1909. S. F. HOWARD, Clerk. T. O. Morris, Sol. for Compl't. . Non-Resident Notice. Jno. B. Metts et als. vs. Judge Harris et als Chancery Court, Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause, it appear ing to me, the undersigned G. A. Gibbs, Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, from the affidavit of J. L. Mosier, counsel for complainants in said cause, that D. W. Hubbs, one of the defendants in said cause, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and that his present resi dence is unknown, so that ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served upon him The said D. W. Hubbs is therefore hereby ordered to appear before the said Chancery Court of Obion County, len nessee, on the first Monday in April, 1909, that being the first day of the reg ular April term, 1909, of said Court, and answer, plead or demur to the bill filed against him in said cause, or same will be taken as confessed by him and the said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to him. It is further ordered that publication of this notice oe made in The Commer cial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn., for four consecu tive weeks. This February 18, 1909. G. A. Gibbs, Clerk and Master, By G. A. Gibbs, Jr., D. C. & M. J. L. Mosier, Sol. for Complts. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING Society..... MRS. SEHRYHILL. PHONE 103 OR 40. to try RIK1A-G0 if it docs not Relievo Rheumatism Ton cmn buy the first bottle on an absolute guarantee to have your money refunded if yon are not satisfied. It's record stands: Ninety eases out of every hundred cured. Ninety-nine cases out of every hundred relieved. Sold br K Red Cross Drug Store I The Review Club meeting for "this week was called in because of bereave ment in the immediate family of one of the members. The club meets next week with Mrsi Keiser, and the lesson will be the one assigned for the second week in the February magazine. ; It is the purpose of the club to arrange for a Lyceum Course for next fall, they are perfecting plans now with a view to obtaining the best talent and most ex pensive numbers. Mrs. Wallace Moore entertained the Wednesday Club this week. A game of whist and rook were both enjoyed. Prizes for the whist game were awarded first to Mrs. J. A. Whipple, the conso lation to Mrs. Chas. Burchard and the guest prize to Miss Burchard. In the rook game Mrs. Clifford Jones secured the prize. Salads and ices were served. Miss Carrie Catron, for some time cashier and bookkeeper with E. P. Gris- somis now associated in the same ca pacity with the popular dry goods house of Hardy, Coram & Jackson. Miss Catron has hosts of kind friends who take great pleasure in her good fortune. 0 Mrs. Courtney Henry is yisiting at Eipley. Mrs. Harry T. Edwards has returned from a visit to Memphis. Miss Burchard, of Martin, was the guest of Mrs. Chas. Burchard this week. Mrs. Dr. Callicott, of Rives, was in the city Wednesday visiting Mrs. F. E. Arnn. Mrs. McClure, of McConnell, is in the city visiting at the home of Mrs. Tom Scott. Mrs. Seid Waddell entertained a com pany of ladies yesterday at home north of the city. Miss Eva Parks returned to her home in Trimble Tuesday evening after sever al days in the city. ' Mrs. Norman Griswold, of Nashville, is a guest of Mrs. W. W. Cowden, Ex change street, city. Mrs. Kate Bell is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry Trevathan, in Chicago. She left the city this week. Miss Vela Bondufant, of Cairo, is vis iting her sister, Mrs. John W. Brans ford, at home on Ury street. Miss Gus Dodson visaed Nashville ast week, and was accompanied home by her niece, Miss Gertie McLeod. Egg Hunt. The Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian Church will on Saturday be fore Easter Sunday April 16 conduct an Easter egg hunt at the railroad park for the pleasure and entertainment of the children. Popular Amusement. The Lyric, under the management of Frank Cox, has been made very attract ive with its new improvements, and with the present management it is a popular place of amusement. Mr. Cox has this week a special film, known as the "Sweetest Story Ever Told," one of the finest ever made, and it is a winner. The vaudeville feature is also good. Six O'clock Dinner. Quite an elaborate affair was the 6 o'clock dinner given Sunday evening by Mrs. Chester Erwin at her home in Rives, in honor of her father, Mr. R. Johnson, it being his birthday anniver sary. An elegant course dinner was served, consisting of all the good things that-could be mentioned. There were many friends present. Among the in vited guests from this city were Mr. W. J. Briggs and family, Mr. W. C. Mor ris' family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Penick and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Turner. Musical Comedy. In "Ma's New Husband," which comes to Reynolds Opera House for one performance next Tuesday evening playgoers are promised a farcical musl cal treat of the merriest kind. It has scored heavily in other cities in which it has been played and from all accounts has proved a vogue for all who crave en tertainment of a light, clean, snappy and lively type. No less than eighteen musical numbers, every one of them new, are on the programme. Imported From Europe. The most important ingredient in Quick's Cough Medicine is imported from Europe and is prescribed by the most eminent physicians in the world Can you afford to accept some cheap substitute when your health is at stake. Insist on QUICK'S, the medicine that cures. Sold by Red Cross Drug Store, The Last Number. On Friday night,' March 19, H. ,W. Sears, a lecturer of great ability, will close the Lyceum Course of six enter tainments inaugurated by the Review Club. Each number has been highly pleasing to the public and the Club is being urged by those who bought season tickets last year to have another course for 1909-10, and to have more than six attractions this time. Union City people have' never had more instructive, elevating and enter taining features than tlvat furnished by the Rice Lyceum Bureau, and it is safe to predict that the Review Club will early take the matter up with Mr. Rice and secure his best attractions for next year. .. The Club desires to express its appre ciation of the hearty co-operationof the people of Union City for their liberal patronage, assuring them that there will be no short numbers next year,, but that all will come up to the high stand ard this year. The Club especially de sires to express its appreciation of the people of Martin, without whom the course could not have been a success financially that it has been. To Miss Musa Hall, who sold so many season tickets in Martin, much credit is given. The Lake Committee Senators Holiday and McRee and Renresentatives Puryear, Langford and McDade, committee appointed at a joint session of the Legislature to visit the Lake, investigate the situation, sur roundings, value, etc. , arrived yesterday at noon and are quartered at the Palace. They will be here and at the Lake per haps two weeks. Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Now that we have entered upon our fifth year as pastor and people, let every member get down to work for suocess.- Be at every morning service. Be .at every evening service. Invite friends to come with you. Sermons next Sun day at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. If you don't like the sermon tell the pastor about it, if you do like it tell your friends. J. L. Hudgins, Pastor. TJ. D. C. Dinner. The John B. Gordon Chapter, U.D-.C, will serve dinner in the vacant store house formerly ogcupied by Sam Stone as a grocery store Saturday, March 13, hours 12 to 2. Mr. Chas. Denham has kindly donated coffee of his famous brand, which of itself means a good dinner. There will be ah abundance of the best home-made breads, boiled ham, baked chicken, salads of all kinds; in fact a big lot of pies and things" all for 25 cents. Everybody invited. The Mayor's Court. Fighting, gaming, disorderly conduct, etc. , were some of the charges entered by Officers Noah and Eskew against about a dozen dusky denizens , of Bap tistville, when the Mayor rapped for or der Monday morning. . The offenses were committed all the way from Bap tistville to the Odd Fellows Hall, and the festivities brought to a close at the latter place about 10 o'clock Sunday night by the officers. The Mayor col lected $42.50 and two of the victims turned over to the State'for gaming, i Resolutions. Whereas, Death has again entered our citadel and removed from our midst our beloved sister, Margaret Sacra, Therefore be it ' Resolved, That the sympathy of the community be extended to her bereaved friends. Be it further Resolved, That our charter be draped for thirty days, and a copy of these res olutions be sent for publication and be spread on our records. J. B. Akis, W. L. White, L. H. Thomas, Committee. Card of Thanks. To the friends who were so kind to us during my wife's illness, I desire to return my humblest and profoundest thanks, with kindest wishes. H. S. Sacra. First Christian Church Next Sunday morning we will ob serve our annual offering for World wide Missions. It is hoped that every member of this congregation will come and make a free and voluntary offering for this sacred and holy cause. Those who cannot come can send their offer ing, but it is desired that every mem ber be present and make this one of the gladdest days of the year. The morn ing' service begins promptly at eleven o'clock and the night service at 7.30. The theme for the night sermon will be "Who is On the Lord's Side?" A most cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services.. J. J. Castleberrt, Minister. Fresh oysters at Dahnke's. rect U imz That yours! All right, but there are numbers of clocks and watches which need ad justing: and repairs, and you have neglected them. Qiir Repair Department has been enlarged and augmented by the addition of a St. Louis expert, MR. CORNELL HEIDINGER, and we give an absolute guarantee with eYich job of prompt and satisfactory service. v ew Spriiigi Goods are coming in, and the opening of the season will find us with a larger and better assortment in Watches, ClocKs, Jewelry and Optical Goods slora w A ncfrews The Dependable Jewelers and Opticians Z- "i "PETROL IE 41 OS4 weight iioo pounds. Foaled 1903. A horse of remarkable true gait and action, with good feet and bone and fine style. He won the standard bred stallion show ring as a 2 and 3-year-old at the Wisconsin State Fair and also sired the winner of the year ling class at the same place in 1907. He is sure to sire speed, and get it with rare horse qualifications. - , ( Edward Everett 81 ( Strategem 1 ;;s;;!E;itt i i 4 f in Hambletonian Tranby 3969 ., Mark Sirius 8286, record 2.13 sire of Minne haha 2.09H: Belle Clifton 2.19M; Maretta 2.21K: Horace W. 2.244,etc. Stella Woodline (2), trial 2.23. dam of Baron lind (2) 2.21H. Mark C. 2.27 Sirius 6162. Louise R. Woodline 12934, re cord 2.19. sire of . Plumline 2.12 Hanibletonia. Blue Bull 75 ...1 L Strategem. Nutwood 2.18 600 Stella Four Lines, Great Erood Mare... Wilkes Nutwood 2.24 8000, sire of Carl Wilkes 2.04.. . Aileen.. Hambletbnian 10 Marabrina Blue Bull Prudens Queen i Capt. Beard I Thoroughbred Belmont 64 Miss Russell, dam ' of Maude S. 2.08 ; Blackwood 74 Venus ; Nutwood 2.18& ( Lizzie Wilkes f Satellite 2500 -J Belle, by Washing- 1 ton i I. Hambletonian 334 Petrole will make the season of 1909 at the Fair Grounds in Union City, Tenn., at $20.00 to insure a living colt, or $10.00 by season, due at time of service. T. R. REYNOLDS. A Guaranteed Attraction "JE furiously funny musical stew merrily served in three courses "Ma's New Husband." Eighteen new, clean, catchy features. A great show. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. At the Reynolds next Tuesday night, Men. 16. J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish Game Oysters in Season. Same oldfstand, near the ice factory.. 00000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 What Will the Harvest Be ? Depends entirely on the kind of seed you sow. Sow good seed and have no worry about the harvest. -We keep the best the market affords. Price reasonable. Will buy stock peas. - ALEXANDER & TISDALE 106 South First St, UNION CITY, TENN. Deering Building 0 & 0 0" 0 0 0 c O 0 o 0 0