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Important Event for Immediate Delivery
ALL SUMMER GOODS REDUCED at
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(Former) nivertined nd old as SktlnoU.)
LIN'S
feit ruber 1, 1817.
Cexnove deckles and Pimples
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A lew application! will remove taa or
mlbwnm and rertore the beauty of youth.
NADINOLA b guaranteed and money
refunded If it faib to remove freckles,
pimples, Bvcr-apota, collar discoloration,
black-heads, disfiguring eruptions, etc., in
twenty days. Leaves the skin soft, clear
and healthy. Endorsed by thousands.
Price 60 cents and $140 by all leading
druggists, or by malL Prepared by
National Toilet Co.. Paris., Tenn.
Sold by Allen Drutr Co., Red Cross
Drug Store and others.
MOSES OP TO-DAY.
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 building formerly occi
plea by Dr. Daoney.
Telephone 267.
CATTLE TAGS
The only sure way of keeping up with
yourstocK. iso mixing or pedigrees
Send for catalogue,
G. 0. DRURY &. CO.
306 Union street. Nashville, Tenn.
Reelfoot Catch
Red Fish, Red Snapper,
Spanish Mackerel, Reelfoot
Lake Fish of all kinds at
J. C. BURDICK'S.
PHONE NO. 3.
DRS. JOYNER & FORESTER
DENTISTS
Office over Marti n-Allen drug store.
Offiice Phone 283
Residence Phone 346
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MKHJMTAM HERS CO,
For sale by Watson & Kimzey.
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Child Found in Drift of Weeds on the
I Mississippi River.
Hickman, Ky., June 25. The baby
that was found in the drift of weeds
in the Mississippi River a few miles
above here near Columbus, Ky., has
not. been identified vet. Jake Evans
and his assistants found it while
making- tbeir haul from their fish
ing outfit in the river. The little
fellow, apparently less than s i x
months old, was crying loudly when
found. He was securely fastened
in the bottom of a skiff on a Iuk
urious rug of Oriental design. On
a .piece of stationery, indicating
that the paper was originally pur-
chased from a Cairo, 111., firm, were
these words: "He is another Moses.
Please be kind to him." This is a
clew that mav lead to his identitv.
The words were written in a femi- 0
nine hand. A nursing bottle had 0
evidently been placed in the child's
mouth, for the half exhausted con
tents were silent evidence of the
last motherly act of the one who
sent the modern Moses on his peril
ous trip down the Father of Waters.
The fishermen disrobed the child of
its clothes and substituted plainer
garments. A gold safety pin and
an under garment with a trace of a
monogram embroidered which could
be taken for "M. S. W." or "W. S.
M." the local authorities believe
may lead to the discovery of the
person who deserted the child.
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linen.
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fslo one can atiord to pass these remarkable values, for we have gone through 0
every department of our stock with the reduction axe and our prices for this jj
sale look as though they had been struck by a cyclone. If you need anything o
in Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Muslin Underwear, etc., this will be your g '
best opportunity of the summer season to buy. 0
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It is well known by all that when one desires something up to date in Fancy 0
Laces, Embroideries, Shirt Waist Fronts or Bands,
you can always find them at
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LIN'S
Wash Goods
All printed fabrics Batiste, Dimities,
Swiss Organdies, Silks, Mulls, etc.
White Goods
We still hold the winning cards in White
Sheer Batiste, Linen Lingerie Cloth for
making your soft summer shirt waists.
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Woolen Goods
In Our Dress Goods Department.
Black and Cream seem to be the great
demand. We are showing a fine assortment
of both at bottom prices.
Plain and fancy White Nets for your 0
summer waists. 0
Just a few more Lone Silk Mitt and 0
then the end.
Our Millinery Department
$5.00 and $6.00 HATS AT $1.95 and $2.25.
Everything marked down, trimmed and untrimmed. Want to make
sweep of all summer stock. - .
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If you want the correct style in corsets buy the American Beauty-Gives you perfect shape.
Union City,
We sell Ladies' Home Journal Patterns-most perfect pattern sold.
Tenn.
CURILI
The Booster's Special.
The Commercial Club of Union
City has leased a special train, com- Q00000000000000000000000100000000000000000000000000000
prising locomotive, three coaches
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and a baggage car, to make the
round trip to Jackson to-day, Fri
day. June 29, as a booster's adver
ting special. The boosters will
nclude a large party of ladies and
gentlemen from this city.
The Jackson Chautauqua opens
n that city also to-day.' The Katy
s will have a large parade and
the boosters have been cordially in-
ted to join them. The line will
be .open for them when the special
reaches Jackson.
DYER COUNTY INSTITUTE.
RU-MA-GO makes Rheumatism
GO. Allen Druer Co. sell it.
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Beccaise mde only
from EvbsSoIutely
pure cre&nv.aivd
because years of
experience hcvc
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make ir right.
Order fronvyour
local eenr.
IiyoIocsJ 5gent
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JIQADlY ICE CREAM CO.
Memphis, Tenn. ,
Union City People Contrihute Very
Largely to its Success
Prof. J. H. Stover, of Fulton.Ky.,
conductor of the institute, put forth
every effort to make his work a sue
cess, and brought out many good
points.
Miss Josephine Tardiff, of Union
City, who bo ably discussed Primary
Methods ot Teaching, won the es
teem of every teacher, because of
her noble characteristics and of her
ability to present in so plain a man
ner her excellent methods. The
fall term will no doubt find many
teachers adopting her methods.
Little Miss Pauline Caldwell, of
Union City, delighted the teachers
with readings.
Don't let the baby suffer from ecze,
ma, sores or any Itching of the skin,
loan' Ointment srives instant, rener
cures oulcklv. Perfectly safe for chil
dren. All druerilsts sell it
The Natatorium.
Messrs. Robinson, Perkins and
Mrs. Seid Waddell and the ladies
of the W. C. T. U. are interested
in the construction ot a Datning
pool near the Union 'City Ice Fac
tory, land the finance committee
busy this week raising- a fund for
that purpose. The N., C. & St. L.
Ry. is to furnish the lot and the
citizens the means to build the pool
Certain days will be allotted to the
ladies and others for men and boys
to take advantage of the pool. It will
be a Bwimminar as well as a bath
ing pool.
Threshing Machine Afire.
The threshing machine and out
fit, owned and operated by Messrs.
Sam Wade and Ed McAlister.
return home at once, but was ad- caught fire while on Mr. Joe Her
vised that he mizht rtt into trouble, ricz a farm last Friday. It was
should he return without the girl, during dinner bout and the straw
Marriage Failed.
Love laughs at locksmiths, but
Cupid don't poke any fun at the law,
as Bailey Mcintosh and Miss Mary
Ryan, of Wickliffe, Ky., found out
Friday evening when they applied
for marriage license.
The girl innocently stated that
she was 14 years of age, whereupon
the County Clerk refused to issue
the license. The young man want
ed to journey on to Trenton, but
the girl had given up the idea of
entering the married state and ex
pressed her desire in tears to return
home. Chief of Police Frank Par-
due advised the young man to de
fray the expenses of the girl for the
night and for breakfast and dinner
Saturday and money for a return
ticket, and this Mcintosh willingly
atrreed to. so the little lady was
given in the charge of Mrs. Heath
cock, landlady ot the Brackin Hotel,
and was nicely cared for until Sat
urday, when she was put aboard
the Mobile & Ohio train for her
home.
Mcintosh acted the perfect gen
tleman all through, and no blame is
attached to him, and te intended to
so be remained until Bhe could go.
He did not seem much troubled
about the girl backing out, and re
marked that he didn't believe it was
a match anyway. The girl is large
was accidentally set on fire, damag
ing ,the straw stack and belting
considerably. Lossi about $200.
,
she was 16 it would have been
lieved
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Lookl Best Patent Flour
for her age, and had she stated that at $4.75 a barrel, at mill.
Strictly guaranteed, or
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Dahnke-Waiker
t-sMiIling Co
Our wagon passes your door every
day; or phone 109 for Vead, cakes,
fruits and everything good to eat.
Nashville Man Shot.
Hickman, Ky., June 25. Emmett
Smith and Will Douglass, negroes,
engaged in a pistol duel yesterday
as the passengers were leaving an
excursion boat from Cairo, 111.
shootiner E. Riley, white, foreman
of the Cumberland Telephone Com
pany, of Nashville, and two negroes
none fatally. The affray started in
a crowd of several hundred people,
but the principals were uninjured
Uoth were captured and placed in
jail. Although there was some fear
of lynching, nothing has material
ized.
The Ohosts Entertain.
The supper and entertainment
given by the Willing Workers of
the Baptist Church last Friday
night, was a very unique affair,
Wagner's Orchestra was present
and rendered some very beautiful
numbers. Another most interesting
feature was the part played by the
ghosts. There was a violin solo
by Ghost Sandling, accompanied by
Queen Elizabeth. Miss Annie Lau
tie Griffin appeared as the ghost o(
Little Red Riding Hood and recited
Mr. Lea Garth sang a song from
The Burgomaster. Miss Donnie
Rainey as one of the ghosts recited.
Miss Annie Laurie Caldwell also
gavea recitation. The refreshments
were ice cream and cake and the en
tertainment was enjoyed immensely
by a large crowd.
Constipation causes headache, nau
sea, dizziness, langour, heart palpita
tion. Drastic physics prlpe, sicken,
weaken the bowels and don't cure.
Doan's Regulets act gently and cure
constipation 25 cents. Ask your drug
gist. Woodland Grain Company.
The Woodland Grain Company,
capitalized at $9,000, has made ap
plication for a charter through Reg
ister Sanders ior the purpose of
buying, selling and handling grains,
etc. The stockholders are J. D. Alex
ander, J. D. Jones, Cato Davis, C.
A. Davis, Geo. Dahnlte and S. B.
Chandler.
Good appetite and cheerfulness
follows the use of Prickly Ash Bit
ters, .It purifies the blood, liver
and bowels and makes life worth
living. Allen Drug Co., special
agents.
ELECTRIC BOLT
Knocks Several Men Senseless and
Does Other Damage.
Hickman, Ky., June 25. Light
ning struck the railroad track, on
which there were quite a number ot
men cefming from the Mengel Box
Factory. Three of them, W. P.
Hunt, Will Hammond and Albert
Evers, were shocked and fell to the
ground, while several others fell to
their knees. Mr. Hammond was
thought to be dead for some time
and medical aid had to be sum
moned. He was partly paralyzed
for a few hours, but soon recovered
About five miles from town a hay
stack on the farm of Mrs. A. J. Jef
frey was struck and burned, making
a loss of $80. A tarpaulin over the
hay, and worth $22. was also burned.
Another storm struck here last
night, both the wind and a heavy
hail striking here at the same time.
This morning about 5 o'clock,
while a rather severe storm was
raging, lightning struck- Hickman
College and tore away a part of the
cupola. The loss will not be very
h?avy.
Summer prices on matting and
druggets at Union City Hardware
& Furniture Co. 23-tf
Rally, Rally, Cumberland Presbyteri
ans.
All C. P's who attend the celebra
tion ip Union City on July 4 are re
quested to attend a meeting in the
County Court room at from 10 to 12
OClOClr. . COMMITTEE.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Regular services at the First Cum
berland Presbyterian Church July 1,
morning and evening. Morning ser
mon, appropriate to the season.
Evening sermon evangelistic. Good
music, tiring a tnena ana worsnip
with us.
J. L. Hudgins, Pastor.
Real Estate Transfers.
Georgie Harpole to Thos. Harpole
et al., interest In land In No. 1, $150.
Agnes M. Powell to C. J. PaesHler,
lot In Union City, 900. , '
Herschal II. Holcolin et al. to J. B.
Sandling, 17 acres In No. 15, 81,013.
RU-MA-GO makes Rheumatism
GO. .Ask th Allen Drag Co. I
DROPPED DEAD.
James J. Jones Dies Suddenly Near
McConnell-Fell From Horse.
Jas, J, Jones, one of the most
prominent farmers in Weakley
County, died suddenly Sunday
morning at his home near McCon
nell. Mr. Jones, in company with
a small negro boy, had been to his
wbeat field recapping some wheat
shocks which had been uncapped
during the storm of Saturday night.
After the work was finished Mr.
Jones mounted his horse, the boy
climbed up behind him arid the two
started for the house. When about
400 yards from the house Mr. Jonea
suddenly complained of being sick
and almost simultaneously fell from
the saddle to the ground. He ex
pired instantly, being dead when
assistance reached him.
Mr.' Jones was 66 years old. He
lived a long useful life and his sud
den death is greatly deplored by
his large circle of friends. Deceased
was a brother of Mrs. W. C. Croft. '
of this city. who. with the other
relatives, has the sympathy of the
many friends. The burial occurred
Monday at Old Bethel church yard.
Fulton Leader.
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Bought Grocery Store,
Wm. Walters has bought the
stock of groceries in the Kroger
block until recently the property ot
Harry McMurray & Co. Mr. Wal
ters has been in business with Mr.
McMurry for several months, and
begins now on his own account.
Card of Thanks.
To My Dear Friends and Neigh
bors: I wish to thank each and
every one of you for your kindness
to my beloved husband in his ter
rible accident alto for the love and
sympathy that you have shown to
me in the darkest hour of my life.
The flowers were' such sweet tokens
of love for Harris and me, and I hare .
received such sweet letters of con
dolence, which are a great comfort.
With a heart overflowing with love
tor all of you, I am, gratefully,
Your friend indeed,
Mrs. Harris Partix.
Get your lunch at Dahnke's.
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