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Non-Resident Notice. ,
C. A. Whipple and W. 0. Jordan vs
C. M. Russell.
Attachment before 11. Folk, J. P.
In this cause it appears by affidavit
that the defendant, U. Al. Kusseil, is
justly indebted to the plaintiffs, and
that the said (J. M. Kusseil resiues om
if the State, that he has removed or is
about to remove himself or property
Irom the State, or conceals himself so
that the ordinary process of law cannot
he served on him, anil an original at
tachment having been levied on his
property and returned to me, it is there
fore ordered that publication be made
in the Union Citv Commercial, a news
paper published in the city of Union
Citv. Tennessee, for four consecutive
weeks, demanding the said C. M Rus
sell to appear before me, at my office in
Union City,
on the 2nd day of July, 1909,
and make defense to said suit, or it will
be proceeded with ex parte.
This, the 25th of May, 1909.
R. Polk, J. of P.
A. J. Whipple, Atty. for Plaintiffs.
Non-Resident Notice.
Pauline Henry vs. Courtauey Henry.
Chancery Court, Obion County, Tenn.
In the above styled cause it appear
ing tome, the undersigned, G. A. Gibbs,
Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court
of Obion County, Tenn., from the bill
c.f complaint, which is sworn to, that the
defendant, Courtaney Henry, is a non
resident of the State of Tennessee and a
Tesident of the State of Arkansas, so
that ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon him, the said Courtaney
Henry is therefore hereby ordered to
appear before me on or before the
First Monday in July,
next, that being a regular rule day of
the said court, and make defense to said
bill filed against him or same will be
taken as confessed by him and the cause
iset for hearing ex parte.
It is further ordered that publication
of this notice be made for four consecu
tive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly
newspaper published in Union City,
Tenn.
This May 12, 1909.
G. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master,
by Geo. A. Gihhs, D. C. & M.
E, J, Green, Counsel for Petitioner.
Insolvent Notice.
To the creditors of the estate of J. F.
McFarland, deceased:
Having suggested the insolvency of
the estate of the said J. F. McFarland,
deceased, to the County Court Clerk of
Obion County, Tennessee, all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to file them duly au
thenticated with the County Court Clerk
of said county of Obion on or before the
24th day of November, 1909,
or the same will be barred both in law
and equity.
This the 24th day of May, 1909.
SADIE McFARLAND,
10 Administratrix.
SALE OF LAND .
Pursuant to a decree of the Chancery
Court of Obion County, Tenn., rendered
in the case of W. F. Parker vs. A. J.
Freeman at the April Term, 1909, 1 will
pxpose to sale at public outcry, to the
highest bidder, in front of the Court
house door in Union City, Tenn., on
Monday, the 5th Day of July, 1909,
at or about 1 o'clock p. m., a tract of
land situated iu the 12th civil district of
Obion County, Tenn., bounded on the
north by the lands of Baugus and'Dean,
on the east by the lands of Jim Smith,
on the south by the Martha Dyer lands,
and on the west by the lands of Frank
Wallace, and being a part of the Nancy
Pamplet grant, and being the lands sold
by W. F. Parker to A. J. Freeman by
deed of March 9th, 1900, duly regis
tered, and containing 116 acres, more
or less. Terms, 7 months, with good
security, and lien retained on land; sold
to satisfy purchase money decree,
Further particulars on day of sale
This June 9, 1909.
G. A. GIBBS,
Clerk and Master.
F. J. Smith, Solicitor for Complain
ant, W. F. Parker.
12-3t
MONEY TO LOAN
on long time. Low
rates. See or write
W. W. COCHRAN,
Union City, Tenn.
J. C. BURDICK
Wholesale and Retail
Reelfoot Lake and
Mississippi River
Fish (Si Game
;-" . Oysters in Season.
Same old stand, near the ice factory.
Thoroughbred Berkshire Hogs
of the top breeding for sale. Both
sex. A few males ready for service.
Prices reasonable.
Q. W. CARTER
E. F,"D. No. 1. Telephone 64.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Meet me at Dahnke's,
Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better.
Mr. Ab Barker, of Cairo, was in the
city last week.
Ice boxes, any price and kind. Nail-
ling Reiser Hardware Co.
Fresh vegetables at Stone & Rainey's,
Washington ave.
Miss Hutu McConnell visited Hick
man last week.
J. C. Reynolds has returned from
Weaverville, N. C.
If you want to sell your property see
Forester, Beckham & forester.
Buy you a lawn swing at Kailling-
Keiser Hardware Co.
Miss Mattie Scheurer is visiting rel
atives and friends in Illinois.
Mrs. Chas. McMurry, of Mount
Zion, was in the city last week shop
ping-
Groceries, fruits, vegetables the best
this market affords at Stone & Rai
ney's, Washington ave.
Esq. J. C. Lee and daughter, Miss
Lula, of near Hornbeak, were in the
city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wells, of Obion,
Mere in the city last week visiting rel
atives in the city.
If you want to sell, buy or exchange
your farm or city property list them with
Forester, Beckham fc Forester!
Miss Cox, of Paris, was in the city
this week visiting the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. II. Lockhart.
Miss Leo Harris, of Trenton, was in
the city last week visiting her friend,
Miss Mary Emma Catron.
Wonder ice cream freezer, the only
freezer made. Nailling-Keizer Hard
ware Company.
Dr. Walker Phebus, of Caruthers-
ville, Mo., was in the city last week vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mr. Bayless Little, of Dresden, was
in the city last week visiting the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn.
Call us up for prices on anything in
the fancy grocery line. Stone & Rainey,
Washington ave.
Misses Bessie Glasscock and Kath
leen Watson left Monday morning for
Memphis to attend the reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hefley, of Ful
ton, were in the city last week visiting
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hef
ley. Wonder ice cream freezer, the only
freezer made. Nailling-Keiser Hard
ware Company.
Judge H. O. Head, of Sherman,
Texas, was in the city and at Beechwood,
a guest of his son, H. O. Jr., this
week.
J udge and Mrs. F. W. Moore came
in from Knoxville last week and the
Judge was with his friends in the city
for a short time.
You've tried the rest, now trv the
best Jersey Cream Flour.
Coal Coke-Wood Call Tel. 150.
Mr. and Mrs. James Reaves, of
Hornbeak, were in the city last week
visiting Mrs. Reaves' parents, Mr! and
Mrs. Will Walters.
Dr. Sam Cary, of Cairo, was in the
city last week visiting the family of Dr.
Nailling during the illness of Dr. Nail
ling's little daughter.
I have some special bargains in slight
ly used pianos. Easy terms. A. N.
Dickson. Phone 505. ' 8
The Woodmen of the World, local
sovereigns and friends, will hold a
memorial service next Sunday after
noon at East View, unveiling the mon
ument erected over the remains of W
I. Davis. Friends are cordially invited
to be present. Several addresses will
be made.
Staver buggies at Nailling-Keiser
Karaware jo.
Miss Nona Jones, who has been
teaching music for the past several
months, returned to her home in Union
City, Tenn., last Wednesday. Miss
Jones has made many friends in Wick
liffe, and is a thorough and energetic
little woman who wins success wherever
she goes because she deserves it. Bal
lard County Yeoman.
Come in and see our big bargains in
farm lands, timber lands, also nice city
residence proyerty.
, Forester, Beckham & Forester.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gardner went to
Memphis this week, taking passage
with Mr. Russell Gardner on the An
nie Russell at Hickman. In the party
also were Mrs. S. G. Hunsaker and
Miss Nora Gardner, At Memphis they
were joined by Gov. and Mrs. Patter
son, and after the reunion the entire
party go to Helena, Ark., to visit Mrs.
C. S. Fitzpatrick.
We sell the t Cadet Hose
with Linen Knees, Heel
and Toes. Nothing better.
Special
A supreme effort to offer the greatest values to be found in the market. ,
A harvest of good things that will crowd to the utmost all former achievements. 4
All our High-Glass
At this discount the
Remember this discount consists of Woolen Suits, Linen and Pique Suits, i Lingerie,
Princess Dresses, also Silk Dresses in Foulard and Messaline Colors and Black
To-day we
ery Clearance
The richest and best of our pattern models and the superb creations of our
trimmers in a word, this entire stock of Trimmed Hats, is offered for
your selection at the above reductions, so while the stock is all fresh is your
opportunity, for 'hats that have been admired will be quickly appropriated.
Former price 50c,
Mrs. R. E. Craig and children are
visiting relatives at Fulton. '
Wonder ice cream freezer, the only
freezer made. Nailling-Keiser Hard
ware Company.
-
Mrs. Laura Wells visited friends in
Troy, returning Monday.
SEED BEANS. A limited stock of
Mammoth Yellow Sojo Beans for sale.
Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.
Dr. and Mrs. A. M. McConnell . and
Miss Ruth McConnell are attending the
reunion in Memphis this week.
Try trading with Stone & Rainey, the
grocers, this month. They will treat
you right.
Mr. and Mrs., Wm. Ogles went to
Martin and visited Mrs. Ogles' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jolly, Saturday and Sun
day. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer
sey Cream Flour, a home product, and
guaranteed.
Mrs. Erwin Scates, who has been lo
cated with Mr. Scates at Columbia, Mo. ,
for the year, returned last week and
left again for West Point, Miss., to visit
her mother, Mrs. White. While in the
city she was with Mrs. W. E. Scates,
her mother-in-law. Mr. Scates will fol
low about the first of August. Next
year Mr. and Mrs. Scates will be lo
cated in West Point, Mr. Scates having
been elected to teach in the high school
at that place.
You Can Never Tell
just exactly the cause of your rheu
matism, but you know you have it.
Do you know that Ballard's Snow Lini
ment will cure it? relieves the pain
reduces the swelling and limbers the
joints and muscles so that you will be
as active and well as you ever were.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 Nailling Drug
Company.
Called Meeting.
A call Is made for all interested in
the Obion County Telephone Company
to meet at the courthouse in Union City
the first Monday in July at 2.30.
W. G. Reynolds, Acting Manager.
Poor Milk
is often thought to be responsible for
an infant s loss in weight or general
poor health. The cause is usually that
the child has worms. They get the
nourishment in the food and the baby
starves, actually starves. White 'a Cream
Vermifuge expels the worms and nour
ishes the child, safe and sure. Price
25 cents. Nailling Drug Co.
Dry Poods fl To CURMN j
i . ... ,i, ., , I.. , i r-
Offers
Well
Suits Reduced One-Fourth and One-Third from Former Price
marvelous values will be impressively apparent to all who visit
touch the climax of the season in Millin
at One-Fouth
SALE OF FANCY SILKS
now - .29c
Former price 90c
ALL WRONG.
The Mistake Is Made by Union City
Citizens.
Don't mistake the cause of backache.
To be cured one must know the cause.
It is wrong to imagine relief is cure.
Backache is kidney ache.
You must cure the kidneys.
A Union City resident tells you how.
Mrs. E. E. Givens, 111 Fourth street,
Union City, Tenn., says: "I suffered
almost constantly some years ago from
a dull aching across my back and kid
neys. I also had frequent headaches
and a feeling of languor and weakness.
Mr. Givens advised me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills and I did so, with the re
sult that I was cured. I have often en
dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills and will
continue to dof-so."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. " Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Marriage Licenses.
W. M. Rogers and Lulu Lynch.
W. H. Gwynn.and Almetta Howell.
-Joe James and Myrtle Hopper.
J. F. Davis and Eva Jackson.
William Tenny and Miss Minnie
Coughran.
Robert Erskine Bell and Miss Lady
Emma Bransford.
W. A. Beckham and Miss Ruth P.
Brown.
Charley Phillips and Callie Coggins.
J. Thomas Wray and Miss Elizabeth
Newman.
J. C. McRee aud Adrain Brevard.
C. II. Smith and Nora James.
L. K. Nagle and Alice V. Lunsford.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and un
less the inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its noi mal condition hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case
of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipatiun.
FOR RENT Residence on Ftouth
Front. See 8. D. Woosley. 10-2w
CTOLM
Worth
and One-Third former prices
Former price 75c,
and $1.00, now
59c
TROY.
John E. Moffatt spent last week in
Nashville.
Rupert Bowman, of Rives, spent last
week with friends in Troy.
Messrs. Fitz Maxwell and Hurt Ro
chelle are in Memphis this week.
Mrs. Laura Wells, of Union City,
was in Troy this week visiting friends.
Mrs. Lizzie Brice, an old resident of
Troy, now of South McAlester, Okla
homa, is visiting relatives in Troy.
Mr. Charley Myers, of Harrison,
Ark., accompanied by his sister, Miss
Jessye, is visiting friends in Troy.
Misses Harrye Crockett and Elsie
Brice, who have been attending the
Memphis Conference Female Institute
at Jackson, returned home last week.
Miss Sutton, who has been with the
J. S. Moffatt Co. for the past season,
left Saturday for her home in Cincin
nati, Ohio.
Rev. Fields, of the M. E. Church
South, gave a very interesting lecture
on China at the Methodist Church in
Troy last Sunday night. Mr. Fields is
a lecturer of no mean ability, and his
talk was made more interesting in that
he illustrated it by views of China and
Japan. Rev. Fields travels in the in
terest of the Foreign Mission Field, and
it is to be hoped that he may arouse
some interest in that work here.
The Obion County Branch of the
American Bible Society held its regular
annual meeting in the Associate Re
formed Presbyterian Church last Sun
day, Rev. T. P. Pressly presiding. Af
ter the regular business, Rev. H. C.
Wheeler was elected president and
James W. Pressly secretary for the en
suing year. Rev. Pressly then gave a
fine sermon on the Bible and its in
terest to mankind. A special collection
was taken, as an effort is being made
by the society to raise $500,000 by the
first of December, a like amount being
given to the Society by Mrs. Russell
S"age, if this sum can be raised by the
Society.
In the next few weeks the contract
ors will begin the construction of the
new Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church. It will be erected on the site
of the old J. S. Moffatt store, on the
corner just across from the hotel. The
building will be of brick, with trim
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If you want a perfect shape
buy the American Beauty
Corset, both medium and
long lengths.
our Second Floor. 1
now -
-37c
mings of concrete and stone, and will
be one of the prettiest buildings of
worship in Obion County. This work
speaks well for the members of the
church and the "committee in charge.
A greater part of the funds having been
raised among thfc membership of the
church, and as a new building is sadly
in need, it will be the awakening of a
new interest in this branch of the
church in Troy.
Bon Air, Cumberland Block, Big
Muddy and Kentucky Coal at Union
City Ice & Coal Co.
Real Estate Transfers.
Mrs. M. E. Earl to Will Lockridge,
lot in No. 16, $60. '
M. M. Wilson and wife to J. W.
Scoff, lot in Obion, $175.
S. J. Rogers to J. L. Glover, 33
acres in No. 3, $500. .. . '
J. A. Hannon to D. H. White, 56
acres in No. 15, $4,200.
B. C. Brans and wife to Wsley Buck
lot in Union City, $600.
PROGRAM
Celebration at Union City, Saturday,.
July .3..
8.30 a.m. Band concert in City Park.,
9.30 a.m. Athletic contests.
10.30 a.m. Parade to Fair Grounds.
Prizes will be given for
(1) Best couple on horseback.
(2) Best decorated vehicle or float of
any description.
(3) Most comical feature.
(4) Girl in best character costume.
(5) Boy in best character costume.
(6) Best group in character eostume.
1.00 p.m. Band concert. "
1.30 p.m. Athletic and comical fea
tures (1) Foot race.
(2) Shoe race.
(3) Three-legged race.
(4) Fat man's race weight 200 lbs.
or over.
(5) Greased pig catching contest.
(6) Greased pole climbing contest.
2.30 p.m. Racing
(1) Pacing race, half-mile dash.
(2) Trotting race, half-mile dash.
(3) Fast mule race.
(4) Running race, one mile. -
(5) Slow mule race. '
(6) Automobile race, five miles.
4.30 p.m. Baseball game.
8.00 p.m. Band concert in City Park.
Fireworks.
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