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Beautify the Complexion
IN TEN DAYS. Nadinola Tht UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER, en dorsed fey thoiuands; 'LCZ'-ZZ tfuarant;cd to remova I . . ? it a Trackiea, pimple. TV'. sf ' i ' ' facial diacolorationt XLs- S and rotor th beauty of youth. Tm wont caaea in twenty daya. 50c. anC 91.00 at all leading drug atorca, or by rnai rTeaarta ay NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Pari. Ten bold by Allen Drug Co., Red Cross Drug Store and others. Reeifoot Catch "Red Fish, Red Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Reeifoot JLake rish of all kinds at J. C. BURDICK'S. PHONE NO. 3. DRS. JOYNER & FORESTER DENTISTS Office over Martin-Allen drug store Offiice Phone 283 Residence Phone 346 C. N. LANNOM. H. C. STANFIELD. LANNOM & STANFIELD, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Union City, - Tenn. Money to loan on Jong time at low rate of interest. Office up-stalrs over Postal Tele graph office. Telephone 255. DR. R. H. BOYD OSTEOPATH Office: In the buiklinur formerly occu pied by Dr. Dabney. Telephone 207. ' CATTLE TAGS The only sure way of keeping up with your stock. No mixing of pedigrees. Send for catalogue, G. C. DRURY & CO. 306 Union street. Nashville, Tenn. THE ORIGINAL, ; THE OLDE5T .... THE BEST KNOWN and tha moat popular aU otar tha Boata. Bamaaabar t a a nam aad Inalat oa .... Hi' m I! CEliREMS INDIES AlwaYlV Pure DmciousAiSiffisrACTORiri M ..I Decoration Day. Members of Warren McDonald Camp, 936, and all ex-Confederate soldiers are requested to meet at the courthouse in Union City Sat urday, June 2, at 9 a. m., to partici pate with the Daughters of the Confederacy in decorating th graves of our departed comrades Your commander requests a large attendance. T. J. Latimer, Com. Henry Moffett, Adjt. No Sewers For Union City at the Present Time. In order to set the matter at rest for the present and to answer questions that are being asked me and members of the City Counci daily as to when the election wil be held to determine whetbersew- ers will be built or not, I desire to say, being advised by the City Council, that no such election wi be held in the near future. The question has been before th6 Board of Mayor and Aldermen at intervals for years of building a system of sewers in the city, but as there was no way to pay for such an improvement the matter was allowed to pass until recently. All outside obligations having been paid, the financial condition of the city being good, the Board offered a plan to the people by which it thought a system of sewers might be paid for within a few years and the tax rate be not materially in creased and no bonds be issued. It having been made to appear to the Board that a large number of our citizens do not want sewers built under any plan at this time, hereby announce to all those in terested that it is the conclusion of the City Council not to order an election for the purpose named in the near future. Consequently no such an election will be held. The Board was under the im pression that more interest would be taken in the matter than has been shown, and it thought if sew ers were to be built within the next five or ten years now was the proper time to begin the work. Being no more interested than any other citizens, and having no de sire to press the matter unless a arge majority of the people were unquestionably in favor of it, the members of the City Council, with my hearty concurrence, now de clare the incident closed. Jno. T. Walker, Mayor. It will pay you to see Geo. S. Nash before you buy your buggy and harness Beckham's old stand. NATURES .llU -.REMEDY mm I 1 wUMKii M M and CJisa&esI Nedicn oa Earth MtaaatttmitiMM Hull alitwaHWUlU 0 ALCOHOL HO CALOMEL NO MERCURY I 1 I CmoSM, CuttOpiHa, taffigntlm, tSnsera, tyytysb, rtBflWi Insula iao TMirr rom si.ooh NTMM HCfta CO, HjwctcNM, Ta For sale by Watson & Kituzey. GRIP-IT Doe not maka yaa alck ar thorwtaa laeaavanianca yoo, aad care tha War at Cold uiGrvi No Oplato, no Narcotic. Cnrei In about 8 hours. 2arn 2Xoie Pont anT the hlph anlarted onn. Taka our rourm In actual bualnnw and bectwia fitted to rra bin mc yourwll. Our cata kigue la bea It tella Uia truth 0IMEIS 1 COLLEGE, MEMPHIS Women find quick relief in Dr.Thaclier'f Liver and Clood Syrup. Moving to Obion. Mr. H. Forcum and family will move next week to Obion. Mr. Forcum has been assigned by the Paducah Cooperage and Lumber Company to the management of the heading and stave mills in opera tion by this concern at that place. The mill here will be idle for the summer on account of a lack of teams for hauling bolts. Business will be resumed here in the fall, but Mr. Forcum, having been made manager at Obion, will not return, for the reason that the work at Obion is of a much larger magni tude and demands the services of a manager of Mr. Forcum's ability. The gentleman stated to us that he regretted leaving Union City more than he could easily express in words. He and his family had be come attached to our citizens. They were pleased with our schools and our institutions of every kind. Not only these things, but we have the finest water in the country and he claimed that it was a blessing to live in Union City. We wish to say that we had no better citizens than these good peo ple and that any community which they may adopt as home may be thoroughly congratul a t e d. Mr. Forcum's business relations have been of the pleasantest character here. He understands his work well and stands high with his em ployers. He is a gentleman in every sense, and we wish him the best of success at Obion. OOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOiOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns. CURIUM'S Get Ready For Spring. o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x We Are prepared to help you with a Mammoth Stock of Bright New Goods that represent the very q essence 01 siyie, ine cream or ioveiiy ana Extreme Limit of Low Price. 0 ; ; 0 : 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 0 0 0 0. 0 0 Get Your Gloves at Curlin's . i Silk and Kid. At present we have all sizes in the extra long length, 8, 12 and 16 button. 1906 Wash Goods Fjbrics.thatarefu11 ot rasnion Hints tor Gowns. Choose now and before vour New Spring and Summer while they're bright and ' fresh neighbor gets the prettiest pattern. Laces and Embroideries- .Never before was such a profusion of fine and beautiful new goods offered at such little prices and the variety grows as each new lot is opened. Venise and ba tiste appliques, combination in baby Irish and ba tiste allovers for waist, venise bands and edge, 45 inch nets for waists. Nothing to Equal the American Beauty Cor- 0 set for Fit and Style, g t' 0 O 0 -0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 ii 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 Silks at Cotton Prices Somple 1 e, - l 1 ' njshowin g of New Silks. The Grays are in a great variety of de signs, including checks and hair line stripes, plain and lacquered figured effects, together with a beau tiful line of Taffetas, Louisines in street and evening colors. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0' 0" 0 0 0 0 0 Our Woolen Dress Goods Department' tiste, Fancy Plaids, Cream, Blue, Old Rose. ,One of the most up-to-date lines in the city. Black Henrietta, Panama, Black Tamira, Ba- Soecial Millinerv Attractions For Earlv Sorinp-We have any and everything mJUi-jul. j rj iu i-j i -...ii-.-j " -I J?.,jithats new and up-to-date in tasty headwear for Women, Misses and Children. This department will be in charge of Miss Callahan. R. T. CURILIM Union City, Tenn. The Dry Goods Man. C t o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOpOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCrOOOOOOOO There Are Few people who know how to take care of themselves the majority do not. The liver is a most important organ in the body. Ilerbine will keep it in condi tion. V. C. SImpklns, Alba, Texas, writes: "I have used lferbine for Chills and Fever and find It the best medicine I ever used, 1 would not be without It. Jt Is as good for children as it is for grown-up people, and 1 recommend It. It Is tine for La Grippe. Sold bj- Allen Drug Co. F. E. Arnn to Travel. Mr. F. E. Arnn has just returned from Nashville, after taking a course of training with the McCas key Register people. Mr. Arnn will hereafter be engaged as a repre sentative to sell this register. It is a patented device for keeping indi vidual accounts and is claimed to be a labor and time-saving system of keeping books and making col lections and an improvement over the old style of bookkeeping in much the same contrast that the cash register is over the old money rawer. Mr. Arnn has been as- igned to territory and will begin work at once. - He believes that the McCaskey system will in a few years be as popular as the cash register. White &, Son, of this city, have been using the McCaskey sys tem in their grocery store for sev eral months and they are highly pleased over the results. The Mc Caskey keeps a register of personal accounts, the balance after each purchase and makes a duplicate to accompany each purchase showing every article bought and the bal ance due for the month. We trust Mr. Arnn will make a fortune out of this business. Constipation causes headache, nau sea, dizziness, langour, heart palpita tion. Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan's Regulets act gently and cure constipation 25 cents. Ask your drug gist. Married. Mr. James Gordon and Miss Nel lie Box, who reside in the country near Gibbs, were married in the city las Sunday by Esquire S. R. Brat ton. They were sitting in their buggy when the knot was tied. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are well known and esteemed in the community where they live.' . They will be at home at the Hickman place north east of town. Look! Best Patent Flour at $5.25 per barrel, at mill Strictly guaranteed, or money refunded. Dahnke-Walker ,2sss.MilIing Co. Delegates from Obion. The following named gentlemen left the union station at this place Monday to attend the gubernatorial convention: Dr. J. M. Rippy, W. M. Miles, R. A. Pierce, C. W. Miles, Jr., M. A. Blanton, John Adams, D. J. Caldwell, Fred Preston, W. H. Gardner, J. S. Chiles, R. M. Whip ple, D. B. Bryant, J. C. McRee, J. M. Glenn, Walter DeBow, J. W. Bennett, F. J. Smith, J.' M. Russell, J. D. Killion, John White, Seid Waddell, R. P. Whitesell, S. R. Bratton, D. A. George, T. J. Ogil vie, D. J. Green, Chas. Caldwell, G. P. Hurt, J. B. Wheeler. Besides the delegation there were in the party L. S. Parks, F. W. Moore, W. M. Dismukes; Joe Herr ing. D. P. Caldwell, J. A. Whipple G. T. Taylor, Dr. F. M. McRee, A. C. Campbell. J. H. McDowell left Sunday. If you want land in Clay or Green Counties. Ark., W. R. Beatley can furnish it in tracts from 40 to. 1,000 acres. Call on or address him at Greenway, Ark. New Firm at Trenton. The Hardy Bros. & Haguewood Co. interests at Trenton will here after be known under the name of G. M. Bryan & Co., who are the managers of that concern. The gentlemen whose names constitute the management are G..M. Bryan and C. D. Gibbs, both experienced salesmen. Mr. Gibbs is a former merchant and one ot the most pop ular men i n the business. Mr. Bryan is also a high-toned, popular gentleman, and the combination is in every respect a good one. Messrs. ' Gibbs and Beaver have been conducting the business here tofore and they are pleased with the very excellent success they have had. The new management will immediately replenish the stock with new supplies and increase the capacity and possibilities of the business. Mr. Beaver will return to the house in Union City. Don't let the baby suffer from ecze ma, sores or any itching of the skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe for chil dren. All druggists sell it. i A Popular Concert. Under the management of Mrs. Trevathan a popular concert will be given at Reynolds Opera House in this city on the night of June 8, one week trom to-night, the pro ceeds to be utilized tbr increasing the fund with which to furnish water at East View Cemetery lay ing of pipes, etc. For this concert Manager Rey nolds has donated the use of the opera house, the Second Tennessee Regiment Band their services and a number of ladies and gentlemen in the city their assistance in the entertainment all free. A jjro gram will be made up with attrac tive numbers by local talent as above stated which will merit and deserve the patronage of every citi zen in Union City. The object is a good one and the attendance should be liberal. Prices: 15 and 25 cents. An Old Parole. Mr. B. F. Stanley this week showed us his parole from the Con federate service. Mr. Stanley was a private in Company G, Third Con solidated Tennessee Regiment and his paper was authorized by the Military Convention between Gen eral Joseph Johntson and General W. T. Sherm n. It was signed by the officers in charge. But he is preserving it by pasting to a strong sheet of parchment. ThiB is a very valuable keepsake, and we wonder it there are not many of them in existence. Splendid Yield. This county is blessed with one oi the finest fruit crops that it has known in many years. It appears that there is no room on the black berry vines for another berry. The strawberry crop is unusually large and the berries extra fine. Owing to continued cold weather there will be strawberries on the market a week or ten days longer, putting them much later than usual. All the fruit trees are loaded. Wheat is looking extra good and promises a big yield, harvesting beginning in about a week. For buggies and harness go to Geo. S. Nash, Beckham s old stand. LIFE. A little work, A little play, A little sor- Ilow by the way. A little wealth, A little sleep, Some little laws We have to keep. A little fame For some of us, Who blow a horn Or make a fuss. A little time. A little love, Home go below, Some go above. Hirmlngham Aga-IIcrald. Oono to Waco, Texas. Mrs. Jennie Lee Taylor and daugh ter, Miss Annie Lee, left Union City Monday bound for Waco, Texas, They will locate there with Mrs. Taylor's son, Tom, who is employed in the railroad offices. The family was one of the best known among our citizens and enjoyed the great est esteem. Miss Annie Lee was a social favoriteand there weje lpauy' to bid them a warm farewell and hearty Godspeed. They will find numbers of friends there as they ' did here who will be glad to have such neighbors. Nothing equal to Prickly Ash Bitters for removing that sluggish bilious feeling, so common in hot weather. It creates strength, vigor, appetite and cheerful spirits. Allen Drug Co., special agents. Building Barn. Mr. G. W. Mitchell was in town Saturday and informed us that his neighbor, Mr. Mansfield Harrison, is having a very large and substan tial barn built. Mr. Mitchell has the contract. The size of the barn is 50 by 50 feet. Such improvements as these are indications of thrift and prosperity among the farmers. Ancient Borne is now merely a memory of the past. Ballard s hnow Liniment is trie family liniment of the twentieth century A positive cure tor uneumaiism. uurns, Cuts. Sprains. Neuralgia, etc. Mr C. II. Hunyon, Stanborry, Mo., writes: "I have used Snow Liniment for Uhcu niatNm and all pains. I cannot say enough In Its praise. Sold by Allen Drug Company.