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0 M 1 ESS THE MEDICINE THAT The only Cure for Rheumatism that will not hurt the Stomach. Where it goes it Drives Rheumatism Away. IT DID IT FOR THESE . OUEENATOEIAL VOTE. Bond. son. Big Sandy, Tenn., March 11 '05. The Janes Medicine Co., Faria, Tenn. Gentlemen: I have taken most everything for rheumatism. I consider RUMA-GO the best preparation on the market. I had been in bed for thirty daj's and could not turn over, but in two days after taking KU-MA-GO 1 was on my feet and in five days I was able to go to my office. 1 am very thankful for the medicine. Truly, T. B. CANTBtftL, P. M. Bowling Green, Ky., Mar. 18, '06. The Janes Medicine Co., Paris, Tenn. Gentlemen: I got a bottle of RU-MAGO from the druggiot at Bowling Green (W. C. Morris & Co.) 1 took it and it gave me re lief. Took it according to direc tions and it gave me a roaring in the head like quinine. I, made dose less and it acted like aCoirm, tbiakit COd'medicine f3T rheumatism. I can't say any too much for RU-MA GO. Yours truly, J. M. M OKU AN. Puryear, Tenn., Jan. 10, '06. The Janes Medicine Co., Paris, Tenn. Gentlemen: I have suffered with rheumatism about nine years, and my husband has paid out a lot of money to doctors and for medi cine. About six months ago be got me a bottle of RU-MA GO and it did me more good than all the medicine I have taken. 1 have taken two bottles and 1 am now well. I have taken almost every kind of rheumatism medicine I1 have ever heard of, fiut RU-MA GO is the best of all. Respt.f Flora Bessie Mokris. May field, Ky., March 23, 1906. The Janes Medicine Co., Paris, Tenn. Gentlemen: I have tried one bottle of your medicine and it be gun to help me after I had taken it one day. I had the rheumatism in my left breast and shoulder and arm bo I could not use it, but RU-MA GO relieved me. I feel it just a little this damp weather in my arms. 1 think one more bottle will make me O. K. i Yours respectfully, E. P. Gains. K Martin, Tenn., March 19,1006 TheV&Ojee -MSuicine Co. " Paris, Tenn. Gentlemen: I write to let you kuow what your wonderful medi cine has done for me. I was a great sufferer from rheumatism when 1 began taking RU-MA GO, and I haven't suffered with it since, so I think 1 am sound and well of that dreadful disease. I can recom mend RU MA GO to my friends. Yours truly, E. M. Lovkall. Bowling Green, Ky., Feb. 27, '06. The Janes Medicine Co., Paris, Tenn. Gentlemen: I had rheumatism in my left shoulder and back, and was unable to do any work for about three weeks. I trot one bot tle of RU-MA-GO from V. C Morris & Co., and used about one third of the bottle and I have no pain now. l believe it will cure anyone who will follow directions Yours truly, J. N. Edwards. Mayfield, Ky., March 6, 1906. The Janes Medicine Co., Paris, Tenn. uentiemen: 1 nave used one bottleof RU-MA GO and obtained relief, so I decided to get me an other bottle and still thought it helped think I shall get two or more bottles right fcvvsv, as I have been troubled with rheuma tism quite awhile. Yours truly, J. M. Newton. J. B. Williams, Sedalia, Ky., writes: "I will say that RU-MA GO did me more good than any medicine 1 ever took. I feel bet ter than I have since last fall." 2 10 12 It will do it for you. If it does not your money is refund ed. Every time it fails the empty bottle is worth 50cts. A SOLD AT 50 CENTS BY LLEN DRUG GO NA1LL1NQ CORNER Or by mail from THE JANES MEDICINE COMPANY, Paris, Tenn. SENATORIAL PRIMARY. It is Estimated That the Vote May Reach 175,000. Tb election will be one of the (simplest and freer from complica tions than any election that has taken place in Tennessee in many years. The ballots which are being sent over the State by the head quarters of tlie two candidates are a very simple affair, and contain only the nama of the voter's choice. No registration certificates are re quired, and the payment of a poll tax is not a prerequisite to voting. The only requirement is that the voter shall be white and a known Democrat. Persons who will be qualified voters at the November election, and who intend to align themselves with the Democratic party are qualified to vote in the primary. Likewise voters other wise qualified, but who have not resided m the county where they propose to vote for six months will be eligible as voters if they will be qualified by the date of the Novem ber electionr An unprecedented vote is antici pated. The fact that the primary has been set for Saturday will make the vote in the country exceptional ly heavy. This is the date upon which the county primaries in near ly all the country counties are held, and is generally observed as a sort of half holiday by the farmers. The fact that it will be the first general primary ever held in this State for the nomination of a can didate for the Senate will add a certain novelty to the occasion that will not be without its effect in drawing a large vote to the polls. Then, again, probably two more popular candidates or two men who had a larger personal following never ran for office in Tennessee than Senator Carmack and Gov. Tayloc Both can number their devotees and enthusiastic followers by the hundred. All these condi tions added to the further fact that in many counties local contests will also be determined on May 12 war rant the assertion that the vote will be unusually heavy. The larg est Democratic vote ever cast in Tennessee was received by William J. Bryan, in 18. iollowinc the ever memorable silver campaign, the most exciting and desperately fought national contest that has been decided in this country since theLincoln-Douglass-Breckinridge- Bell campaign of 1860. Bryan re ceived about 165,000 votes. The poll tax law, however, applied to that election. Likewise the regis tration and the Dortch laws applied in many counties of the State. Both had a tendency to cut down the vote. Because of the lack oi restrictions thrown around the franchise in the ;coming election one might argue that the vote cast would exceed that of 18 and it may do it. There are many Democrats who be lieve that the vote tor Carmack and Taylor will exceed 175.000. It should be remembered, however, that as long as this contest has been at issue and great as the per sonal popularity ot the candidates are, nevertheless there is not exist ing the great popular enthusiasm and interest that was manifested in the white metal campaign. Popular issues invariably bring out greater votes and arouse more, in terest than popular men. Since 18 it is fair to assume mat the number ot democrats in Tennessee has increased, although the vote in the elections of 1900 and 1904 would not indicate that fact At any rate it would hardly be safe for the partisans of either candidate to figure on less than 150,000 votes in the primary. On this basis and roughly estimated the vote of East Tennessee should be about 30,000, that of Middle Tennessee 70,000 and that of West Tennessee about 50,000. ... "NO CURE, NO PAY." How The Red Cross Pharmacy Sells Hyomei, the Guaranteed Cure for Catarrh. The Red Cross rharmacy have an unusual offer to make to our readers, one that will be of the greatest value to many. For some years the Red Cross Pharm acy have been watching the results from the use of Hyomei, a treatment for for catarrh that cures by breath ing medicated air, absolutely without any stomach dosing. The results have been so universally successful that they feel justified in making a public offer to treat the worst case of catarrh in Union City with the understand ing that if Hyomei does not cure, the treatment will cost absolutely noth ing. The regular Hyouiei outfit costs only one dollar, and consists of a neat pocket Inhaler that can be carried in the purse or vest pochet, a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei. If this is not enough for a cure, extra bottles of nyoinei can be obtained for 50 cents. The Red Cross Pharmacy positively guarantee a cure, if Hyomei is used In accordance with directions, or they will refund the money. J.L.Ruffin has 2,000 cords of wood for sale. See him for full cords 123 cubic feet. tf 13 Compiled by the Memphis Commer cial Appeal. Patter- County. " Cox A nderson 5 IJedlord 21 Benton Bledsoe 5 Blount 6 Bradley 7 Campbell 3 Cannon 10 Carroll Carter Cheatham Chester 8 Claiborne 10 Clay (uninstructed) .. Cooke 6 Coffee 14 Crockett Cumberland 4 Davldsonfcont'st'd) .. Decatur (unlnstr'd) .. DeKalb (uninstr'a) . . Dickson Dyer Fayette Fentre-s 3 Franklin Gibson Giles (contested) Grainger t Greene (uninstr'e'd) .. Grundy (i Hamilton 33 Hancock 2 Hardeman Hardin 8 Hawkins 9 Haywood Henderson 9 I lenry Hickman (c'nt'sfd) 12 Houston Humphreys 12 James 2 Johnson Lake Lauderdale Lawrence 13 Lewis .. 4 Lincoln Macon McMinn (unlnstr'd) .. McNalry 12 Madison.' 2(5 Marion..,.. 7 Marshall 22 Metgs 6 Monroe 14 Montgomery....... .. Moore ! Morgan 4 Oveiton 11 Perry , Pickett 3 Polk Putnam ........... 13 Rhea ... 8 Roane (uninstr'e'd) ... Rutherford . s Scott 2 Sequatchie 4 Sevier (uninstr'ctd) . . Shelby (contested).. . . Smith (contested). . . . Sullivan 21 Sumner Tipton 1! Unicoi I Union 3 Van Buron 4 Warren . Washlngton(c'nt'd) .. Weakley 2tf White 17 Wilson (contested). .. 15 18 20 30 2 19 24 6 30 22 8 17 'i 25 rt 16 22 18 13 NEW RIGERATOR IMPROVED APPLIANCES FOR HANDLING MEATS Our new cold storage vault is now in and we are prepared to ' fill orders for all kinds of meats. Choicest of Gro ceries and produce always ready and special attention to prompt deliver-. Union City Grocery Co. Phone No. 77. H. LIGON, Manager. dmmmnjnimmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmo INGj 791 For Your Wants for Sunday R We Will Have New Lettuce Radishes New Potatoes String Beans Peas Fresh Pineapples Strawberries Mobile Cabbage , Pie Plant Onions 2 3 3 5 3 3 s Fancy Cuban Tomatoes and everything the 3 Market Affords. Your dinner will not be complete without a cup of Chase cc Sanborn's Coffee and a red hot biscuit made from Bulte's Excel lence Flour. 3 3 3 3 3 3 73 24 509 Totals 453 Necessary to a choice, 658 YET TO ACT. Hamblen, Jackson, Jefferson, Knox, Lewis, Loudon. Maury, Obion, Rob ertson, Stewart, Trousdale, Wayne and Williamson. CLEAR FIELD FOR EVANS. The withdrawal of Asbury Wright from the race for the Re publican nomination for Governor assures the nomination of H. Clay Evans. Mr. Wright's withdrawal was foreshadowed by the Rockwell Times, of la&t Thursday. Over a double-column u'rtiele in the Times these headlines appeared: "We see nothing, but defeat in sight for the Republican party in 1906 Where three months ago things looked encouraging, all seems now dark and dreary. One man's am bition is destined to again wreck the party. The best thing to do now is to give Mr, Lvans the race and let him show his strength be fore the people. Some men will want to kick themselves when it is too late." Reviewing the atti tude of Mr. Wright and the con duct of Mr. Evans the Times con cludes with this statement: ''Mark our prediction! Mr. Evans will never be Governor of Tennessee." The Times is a Republican paper, published at Rockwood, the home of Mr. Wright, and its editor, Col. D. M. Coffman, is a close personal and political friend of Mr. Wright. Mr. h,vans will be nominated, although his nomination will be as gall and wormwood to a consider able element of his party. There will be no factional fight over the nomination, for it is not probable that there will be any other candi date, though Mr. li. N. Tilman has been mentioned. There may be lukewarmness on the part of some Republicans, but the party as a whole will get together and support the nominee. Mr. hvans a strong campaigner, and bis Democratic adversary will find him a worthy foe man on the stump. The public will demand a joint discussion, and neither can afford to decline. Much will de pend on the joint canvass. Nash ville American. I Williams SKinner I FRESH MEATS GROCERIES f East Side PHONE 79 Three Wagons 3 oaiaiiiuiuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiio Delivered promptly. Telephone 150 and be comfortable. Coal and Seasoned Wood OF ALL KINDS UNION CITY ICE & COAL CO. 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