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.1 .Enter Uolo City usigiess College ommmmmmmmmmmmimnimmmfmnnimmmnio 1 The "QUALITY" Store i 1 TEnimli -It Out 1 IS IT NOT BETTER TO: Buy Your Groceries Where You Get The Best S Of both quality and price than S to be satisfied with either alone. WE'RE NEVER AFRAID OF COMPARISON jE We have placed our prices against competition too 3 sE often to have any fears as to the result , --3 I - Where Quality Counts - K- 1 Williams & vSRinner & , East Side PHONE 79 Three Wagons ' 3 oiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiigiiiiiuimiiiuiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiio With the UNION CITY HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO. Tin Work, Roofing, Guttering and Sheet Metal Work of All Kinds. Roof Painting. All work in a workmanlike and .satisfactory manner. Tin work in the country will be done on short notice. Prices as reasonable as can be found anywhere. STATEHOOD QUESTION. zaps OMH. O Y TALK n O HARDY GRAIN CO. Wants to buy or store your wheat. We will pa)' highest market price and unload your wagons quickly, without your assisting, at the East side of our New Elevator, away from all railroad tracks, trains, etc. If you desire to store your wheat we can furnish room in our elevator, where our facilities for turning rapidly and keeping in perfect condition are unex celled, and the insurance rate -is "lowest in the city.- Our storage rates are rea sonable " - - Come to see us before you sell or store your wheat. madiw no AIM rri I rYJ I VJIiniM v-V. m ZOEIIIIOIOZ HOSrtTAL rHYSICIANS SAID: "IT WOULD DELIOQT OS TO FIND S0HETB1N0 TO CURB THIS DCA OLD SUFFEKI." Mtt.K.W.K08. 8U Louis. Mo. RlCHMONn, In., Nov. JO. ISO. PtAR Sir: The ohartty piulont In whom I urn o much Interested fM seyenty-flr. years old at the lline that she bxvan the use of "Zemo," snd her weight w l. Her health baa been poor for m time past, .oSerina nialnlr from inlnal trouble, Boomllng to the dmgnoai. of the dooKirn in attendance. She has been a bard worker all her life, bavin made the living for her family keeping boarders. Somewhat over a year so eczema began to trouble ber. It gradually grew worse and worse nntll her entire body was alTeoitd. the legs being a mass of sores con stantly separating. The Itching and burning sensation was so dreadful at times that It was Impossible for hertosleepday or night. The doctors (two of onr bent) pronounced the ose Incurable, and when I asked permission to use AZemo" promptly said, ''It would delight us to tlnd some thing to on re thisdearold sufferer." "Zemo"was first used on the cpper part of the (xxly and soon relieved thepatlentof the terrible dis tress cauaed by the itching and burning. The doctors bad been dressing the legs ever? day, but as soon as they saw the wonderf ul change in the efcin where "Jlenio" bad been usedtbey gave consent to baveit osed on the legs. Gradually they began to Improve and are now almost as moot n as the face. It was probably about month before mucb relief wiseVHerlenced In this part of the body, then skin soaled off. Itching, burning and aching gradually ceased. It seems now as if a testimonial niiglit be e'ven, but the patient thinks that she bad better ue"Zemo" ' a few weeks longer before saying tbat she Is oured. However, she is verv grateful to a:l who have Uu iuttirnmema! In ecnnnjf your won derful ruuiudy aud Uuuks mat it has a great future before it. Kepectfiilly, MRS.) MARY PERRY B ELLIS, Nurse in Hospital. No. 208 N. 6th St. ECZEMA, PIMPLES AHD All (K AHD SOalD DISEASES CUT BI OTOED IT A ..,.v.-. ,V flit MA ft IAStsmscVeif . I f. jrr;t::.-tA Is, I . EXACT I FACSIMILE I PACKAGE y HE" "J fOM n sa iSa y A CLEAN LI QVID FOR. EXTERNAL VSE PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT TO VSE GUARANTIED AND SCH.D 0Y (SSaWSMa Advises Citizens of Arizona That This May Be Last Opportunity. , Chicago, July 4. A dispatch to the Tribune from Tucson, Ariz., 6ays: President Roosevelt is so anxious tor Arizona to become a State that he has written a per 6oqr! letter to his old friend, Mark A. Rogers, urging the people to vote to be admitted with New Mexico. The President says that be believes if the present oppor tunity is not seized it may be many years before the opportunity may be had again. President Roose velt's letter, which was received yesterday, reads: "The White House, Washing ton, June 27. Dear Mark A. Rog ers, becretary Arizona Statehood Association, Tucson, Ariz. : My earnest hope is that the people of the Territory of Arizona in their wisdom will decide to enter the Union as part of the great State of Arizona. No man can foretell what will happen in the future. LAST CHANCE. "But it is my true belief that if the people of Arizona let this chance go by, they will have to wait man)r 3rears before the chance again offers itself, and even then it probably will be only on the present terms tbat is, on the con dition of being joined with New Mexico. "If the people of Arizona come in now tney will achieve wbat every self-respecting American ought to wish to achieve that is, the right of self government. If they refuse what is proffered them and what, in my opinion, is prof fered on the only proper and per missible terms they condemn themselves to an indefinite contin uance of a condition of tutelage. "I have a peculiar affection for the people of the four territories, which under the act of Congress I have just signed, now have the op portunity to enter as two States into our Federal Union. These territories are filled with men and women of the stamp for which I grew to feel so hearty a regard and respect during the years tbat I myself lived and worked on the great plains and in the Rocky Mountains. HIS REGIMENT. "It was from these four terri tories that I raised the regiment in which I took part in the Cuban campaign. Assuredly under no circumstances would I advise the people of these territories to do anything that I considered to be against their moral or their ma terial well being. I feel that for them now to refuse to come into the Union as stated would be at the best mere folly. "Very wisely the people of Ok lahoma and Indian Territory, and I believe the people of New Mex ico also, have abandoned an atti tude which forbade their thus as suming the great privileges and responsibilities of full American citizenship. I cannot express to heartily my hoe that the people of Arizona, exercising their sober second thought, will come to look at the matter in the same light. (Signed,) "Theodore Roosevelt." between opponents of different po litical persausion is instructive to the people; always it is entertaining and unless there be uncommon rea sons for declining the face to face meeting of the candidates, he who shrinks it is looked upon as fearing it. Ot late, however, candidates have shown a disposition to play a lone band in campaigning, and it may be that neither party will extend an invitation for-the joint debate; but we think the Democratic com mittee would make n o mistake should it issue such an invitation, for without doubt, Democracy's candidate for governor can easily hold his own with any man in the State. Commercial Appeal. Weber Wagons Compared side by side with other wagons none excepted will be found in every way the King of all Farm Wagons Your Liver is out of order. You jro to bed in a bad humor and eet un with a had taste in your mouth. Ycu want some thing to stimulate jour liver. Just Heroine, the liver regulator. A posi tive cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia ana an nver complaints. Mrs. K 1 t. Worth, Texas, writes: "Have used Ilerbioe in my family for years. Words can't express what I think about it Everybody in my household are hap py a Da wen ana we owe it to Heroine Sold by Allen Drug Company. Schmidt-Johnson. Carl Schmidt.Jone of Union City's highly respected young men, and Miss Lillian Johnson, one of the city's fairest young ladies, were united in marriage Sunday evening by Mr. Evans at the Methodist par sonage. A MEASURE OF MERIT. Union City Citizens Should Weigh "Well This Evidence. Proof of merit lies in the evidence. Convincing evidence in Union City. Is not the testimony of strangers, But the endorsement of Union City people. 1 hat's the kind of proof given here The statement of a Union City citi zen. Martin Schmidt, blacksmith, of the firm of Schmidt & Oivens, residing on Fifth street, says: "I was subject to attacks of backache for some months, no aoubt caused by my kidneys beinur out of order. I was not laid ud with the attacks, but it was sometimes all 1 could do to bear the pain and keen on with my work. Aseyeryone knows, shoeing horse9 and the general work of a blacksmith is very trying for a man who suffers with his back and kidneys. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills aaveriisea in our local papers and thinking they might help me I got a box at the drug store. After taking anly a few days the pain and lameness disappeared and up to date there has been n6 recurrence of the old com plaint. In my opinion Doan's Kidney Pills are all that can be wished as a kidney remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, S. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Don't take our word, don't take anybody's word, but take your own judgment and be governed accordingly. -WSFOR SALE BYHA- ALEXANDER & TISDALE, Agents for International Gasoline Engines, the most eco . nomical engines on the market. Implements and Field Seeds. - - Union City, Tenn. STATE CONVENTION 0 The Joint Debate. Tennessee Democracy ought to be well satisfied with appointment of Mr. Henry B. Morrow as chair man of the State committee. Mr. Morrow has demonstrated his abili ty as a fighting campaign manager. His services in this capacity during the Patterson-Cox campaign make it manifest that when the Republi cans take the field against him and General Patterson they will discov er that they have more on their hands than a mere formal battle, for Mr. Morrow knows hcW to orig inate sledge-hammer movements when he has so able a candidate as General Patterson to conduct the blow against the enemy. The committee apparently favors the joint debate between Gen. Pat terson and any candidate Tennes see Renilblicanft can brinf to the r B I front. Always the joint debate 7. P. S. C E. Meets in Chattanooga Next Month. The annual 'convention of the Chris tian Ecdeavorers of Tennessee will be held In Chattanooga July 5 to 8 In clusive. The entertainment of the delegates i9 being carefully looked after. The entertaining committee will, as far as possible, assign delegates to the homes of local Endeavorers and theirfriends. The committee is endeavoring to se cure uniform rates of $1.00 per day for lodging and meals, 75 cents for lodging and breakfast and 50 cents for lodging alone. Tliey have made arrangements whereby delegates can get good meals In the city for 15 cents each; better ones can bo Dm for 2.) cents and up. With lodging at 50 cents to 75 cents It will cost each delegate from $1 00 to $1.50 per day. AH delegates assigned to homes, and especially those In the suburbs, Jlnd It to their interest to take their meals In the city, thereby saving time and expense. Places may be secured in advance by addressing Mr. David E. Lawson, Chairman En tertaining Committee, stating how many ladies and gentlemen will be in the party and how they wish to be as signed, so a9 to save time and unnec essary correspondence. Administrator's Notice. Having qualified as administrator for J. E. Hayes, deceased, all par ties having accounts against said estate are hereby notified to file them, properly authenticated, with me, and those indebted to said es tate will please call and settle at once. P. G. Cunningham, Union City, Route 9. Admr. Houses. When you want to rent a house, store room or dwelling, call on 18-tf C. E. Cobb. Look! Best Patent Flour at $4.75 per barrel, at mill Strictly guaranteed, or money refunded. p.7r nKe-Walker M?bjsvAlining Co, Delivered promptly. Telephone 150 and be comfortable. Coal and Seasoned Wood OF ALL KINDS UNION CITY ICE & COAL CO. w agons ! Wa gons! Do You Need a Wagon? We have Wagons to sell and OUR PRICES ARE AN INDUCEMENT TO BUY The. New Union City Wagon is our own make and we Guarantee them. Don't until you get our are not afraid to buy your wagon LOW PRICES General Blacksmith and Woodwork and Repairs a Specialty. Work and Prices Guaranteed. Get our Prices on Sprink ling Hose. Phone 86 UNION CITY, TENN Mary Street o THE JOY OF LIVING CAM BE FOLLY REALIZED WHEN 00 ENJOY GOOD HEALTH t) The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texai, etyt: "I w kk io bed for eight monthi with, liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do ne no good. I was told to try Ilerbioe, end it cured me In short time. I cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW! LARGE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. 60LD AND RECOMMENDED BY . ALLEN DHTJO CO.,2T.A.XX.XXKa CGRNE& Sold by RED CKOSS DRUG STORE r t$J ferest A. 'V J I TO lU?'