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If you are thin, pale, lack energy, suffer with indigestion, nervousness and irritability, cannot sleep and f have no appetite, we guarantee that "Vinol" will make for you rich, red blood and restore your health and strength. If you will try "Vinol" and it does not help you, we agree to return your jnoney. This shows our faith and fairness. Will you Red Cross Drug' Store WATSON & KIMZEY, Proprietors Phone 100 East Side ' Free City Delivred 7JAMES& GRAHAM V MEMPHIS era Cf WAGONS ...Southern made for Southern work, they are standard throughout the South. f you would Icaov why they outsell and outwear other wagons send lor our illustrated descriptive catalogue covering farm wagons, lumber wagons, log wagons and t dump carts. . Houm and Lot For Sale. All of the F. W. Kelser property that was advertised for sale in these columns a few weeks ago has been sold except one house and lot. This one will be sold at a bargain if sale enn be made quick. There are ten rooms Ira the house. It is located on Hell street, one block north of Public ScIkjoI. Call on or write O. Spradlin, 6-tf Union City, Tenn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ir ill. iwrni A M T Tkla la terfmt law uneiim In tb varldpmUaf Ulrtj t1imliilli0A. FULL 6F.T OF TEST T S?1 CROWN AND Bjubsb Wokx W will fm.f th fci ktfwrtbli f .oy.n, 10 tbli towa h, wMlom fop 9&.0U of iMth, erw r fcrld. sx. I4 Um wdlUsu lh. oupott aMd4. UNION PAIXLESS CENTISTS MAlNMUNIO IS Entnuaoe-on Union MEMPHIS, TCHN. f-i - O-WJT THIS OUT! dm ufc this 6tipoan4Mttilt I iitm red hy year ticket Mnt with rm of jour town. On catering ear mt (ttrt i to the rieption flier k wbe will reflnter your emmwend idrtanandM l j - WMfMrmw ' , H S3.98 ij EXPRESS, II ' u PREPA!D T0 m $S.C3 GSAY SKISTS I0S $3.9S Tb maimlflfnt Tailored Pklrta (exaotly ilka illiMirution) coma in a light gray club mixture, Utiht wvlftut woolen material, 1 strk'tly niKii tftiloreil, with 2 row, of btiuona down Miq front, it aelf fold at the bottom, and are faahlwed In tl new circular aijla. Thoaa aklrta ara SH.W ml una, but as aa In ducement to set jour mall order buslneaa,' w will aend them by exprww, chaivea pro. ald anywhere in the United Blabs for$3.W. Jamea Brown came home for the Fourth. Miss Luara Nichols, of Kenton, visited friends here this week. Miss Mattie Crutchfield, of Troy, visited in Court Square Tuesday. A. W. Reeds, a good friend from Samburgv was here for the Fourth. Miss Rosamond Curlin, of Mos cow, visited Mrs. A. J. Curlin Fri day. - - . ., Miss Birdye Hilliard, of Martin, this week visited Miss Hattye Johnson. ' Mrs. James Young, of Bowling Green, is visiting her cousin, Miss Mattie Rhinehart. " Mrs. Chas. Merryman and chil dren, of Martin,' were the guests ot Mrs. Burke Wednesday. At the Methodist Church next Sunday morning the sermon will be especially for children. Mrs. Sanders and charming little daughter, Miss Mollie, of Kenton, visited friends here this week. Misses Ida and Lela Cole, of New bern, were in the city this week visiting their sister, Mrs. Sol Ford. Miss Alma Glover, of Baird.Tex.. arrived Friday and is spending a few weeks with relatives near Crys tal.""' -" "' "'- Mr. and Mrs. Wi. M. Murphey, of St. Louis, spent few days this week visiting kinsfolk and friends here, v Miss Geraldine Gibbon, of East End, left Monday to spend the sum mer with her grandmother at Pa ducab. Mr. Fay Scott, vf Memphis, was in the city Tuesday, accompanied by his cousin. Miss Agnes Palmer, of Rives. Captain Albert Kimzey, of Yale, vras here during the Fourth of July festivities visiting his parents and brothers. Mrs. Parks, of Obion, and her granddaughters, Misses Ruth and Clara, left Tuesday for a month at Chautauqua. Misses Myrtle Turney, of Bard well, Ky., and Kate Haste, of Tren ton. are the eueets of the Misses Whitley this week. Mr. W. M. Turner and Mrs. Mat- tie Turner, of Texas, were here this week as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Turner. A homing pigeon returned to its owner in Blackburn, nng., last week, after an absence of two years spent on the Isle of Man. Mr. Wm. Crabtree, of-Yoakim, Tex., conductor on the S. A. & A. P. road, was here this week visiting; his sister, Mrs. P. W. Johnson. Mr. J. T. Harpole, of Dyer, was here on the Fourth and enjoyed the sham battle and other features while on a visit to his relatives. pa If not entirely aatlKfactorr you can return at our expenan and will aend joit money bark, the full amount paid, KI.98. H nitre to aeutl MEMPHIS, TINN. Get your lunch at Dahnke's. All Tan Shoes for Men, Women and Children re duced to exactly half of original price at Hardy Bros. & Haguewood Co. Parties who intend to buy any thing in the line of monuments or cemetery work see Geo. B. Willis, manager of new marble works. Look! Best Patent Flour at $4.75, at mill. Strictly guaranteed i or money re funded. Dahnke-Walker Milling.Co. 1 Mr. J. H. Rone, of Sikeston, Mo., is spending a few days with old friends in Obion county. He is stopping in bis old neighborhood a few miles west ot the city. . Itching piles provoke profanity, but profanity won't cure them. -Doan's Ointment cures itching, bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffer ing. At any drug store. Lost A valuable leather line, which was taken from the U. D. C. float on the fair grounds Wednes day. Finder will receive reward. Your attention is called to the Bank Statements in this paper. The items attract attention to our splendid banks and the business done by them. Read them. Parties intending buying ceme tery curbing, will do well to get the prices ot new marble yard. it Miss Annie Daniel, of Dyersburg, and Miss Mary Gregory, of New bern, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joynerthis week. The young ladies were tendered a recep tion by Mrs. Joyner Sunday with dinner and luncheon. THE SYSTEM PURIFIER i Drives Out That Ollious, Lazy Feeling. Makes You Bright, Active and Cheerful. CURES CONSTIPATION SOLD AT DRIG STORES PRICE $1.00 PER DOTTLE ALLEN DKUU (JO., Special Asrents. Stop earache In two minutes; tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes; hoarseness, one hour; muscle- ache, two hours: sore throat, twelve hours Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, nion arcti over pain. West Tennessee Monument Co, Geo. B. Willis, manager, opened for business this week in temporary neadquarters Cobb building, on Mary street. It Mr. Wilkes Hatch, of Nashville, a former Union City business man was here on the Fourth.' Mr. Hatch formerly conducted a store where Mr. Whitley now keeps, and was one of Union City's pioneer busi ness men. Richaline Tonic, a powerful altera tive tonic, Increases the red globules of the blood, builds up the weakened tissues, counteracts malaria, aids di pes tion and assimilation, useful in all anemic conditions of the system. Man ufactured by Hichaline Medicine Co. Union City, Tenn. Our wagon passes your door every aay; or pnone iw tor oreaa, cakes, fruits and everything good to eat Mr. J. H. Sanders, of Kenton accompanied by his wife, and daughter, was in the city this week visiting at the homeot his brother Capt. Calvin S. Sanders. Mr, San ders now has a position as prescrip tionist with a leading drug firm at Kenton. While here he paid us a pleasant visit and informed us that he expects to be in the race for the Democratic nomination for Trus tee of Obion County two years from now. He was reared in the county is very popular and will make an exceediogls strong candidate. Everybody goes to Dahnke's for lunch. Most disfiguring skin eruDtions scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to Impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit ters in a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear skinned. -v. 1 Fresh line of porch and summer rockers and settees just arrived at Union City Hardware & Furniture Co. s low-price stores. 23-tf Mr. W. K. Miller has tendered his resignation as principal of the Union City Public High School mis was not on account ot any dissatisfaction whatever, but be cause Mr. Miller has been offered and accepted the pnncipalship of the Knox County High School, lo cated at Fountain Citv near Knox ville, a school which stands second to none in the State and which is to be put on the same basis and ef hciency as the big schools in the Eastern cities. The buildings cost $50,000 and faculty is composed of six teachers. Mr. Miller has been chosen for the reason that he i eminently qualified to take charge of this character of a BChool. His salary is nearly double what it was here and the prospects are that it will be increased shurtly. Of course we can not blame him,' but Union City never bad a bigger, better, brainier school man than Mr. Mill er, and it is like parting with the best we have to see him go. We wish him, however, all the success in the world. We know he de serves it. All the World knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment has no superior for Rheumatism. Stiff Joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago and ail pains. Buy it, try it and you will always use It. Anybody who has used Ballard's Snow Liniment is a living proof of what It does. All we ask of you Is to get a trial bottle. Price 25c, oOc and J1.00. Sold bv Alien Dm Co. All Tan Shoes for Men. Women and Children de duced to exactly half of original price a t Hardy Bros. & Haguewood Co. j CUT GLASS-The Ideal Wedding Gift We illustrate below two pieces of CUT GLASS that have been selected from our stock as being especially suitable Weddine Presents. .... We have contracted with the manufacturers for their entire output of al m. . a . ... . uiesc two pieces ana are tneretore enacted to quote them at prices far below their ordinary cost .... I These Pitchers each cut on a perfect, clear white.flint class blank without defect of any kind. Heretofore sold at $12.30, I $8.50 -ca Now only ESTABLISHED 1841 J I This 8-inch Bowl is a new and popular pattern cut on perfect, clear white flint glass, without defect. Never sold before at less than $5.00, we offer at $3.50 Packages for out-of-town are carefully packed in Byrd boxes, safe delivery guaranteed. We will prepay express charges on either of the above articles for SO cents extra. . . We carry the most complete and largest stock ol dependable high class Jewelry in the South. If you are in a hurry call us over long distance phone at our expense. Request for charge accounts will bt honored when accompanied by mercantile references. C. L. BYRD & CO., W. C GRAVES MANAGER MEMPHIS Statement of the Condition of of Union City, Tennessee, At the Close of Business June 30, 1906. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $169,784 61 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .... 4,335 05 Banking house, furniture and fixtures. . 7,000 00 Due from banks and bankers. ... 27,010 19 Checks and other cash items .... 228 75 Specie - 2.554 61 Currency 9,927 00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in $ 50,000 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits less ex penses and taxes paid .... . ., 16.943 73 Due to Banks and Bankers 5,000 00 Individual Deposits subject to check .. 148,455 48 Cashier's Checks outstanding 441 00 Total ., ..$220,840 21 Total $220,840 21 I, D. N. Walker, Cashier of the above named Commercial Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. D. N. WALKER, Cashier. Subscribe J and sworn to before me. this July 2, 1906. Howell A. Bransford, Notary Public. The Statement of the Condition of First National 0 Union City, Tennessee, At the Close of Business June 30, 1906. - t Bank RESOURCES Loans and discounts . ; $178,165 30 Overdrafts.. 12,366 53 Banking house, furniture and fixtures . . 4,000 00 United States Bonds 12,500 00 CASH RESOURCES Dfafts, Bill Lading attached.. 23,660 76 Cash and sight exchange. 42,485 ib LIABILITIES . Capital Stock 50,000 00 Surplus and Profits 25,397 79 Circulation ........... 12,500 00' Deposits 185.280 56 Total ,.$273,178 35 Total ' ' , t"i1 1?Q ic n 1 ijiiij I. Walter Howell, Cashier of the above Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ' WALTER HOWELL, Cashier. Sworn and subscribed to before me. this July 2, 1906. How ELL Bransford, Notary Public. Correct Attest: L. S. Parks. E. V. Caldwell, H. A. Beck. Directors. R. P. Whitesell, Pres. Seid Waddell. Vice Pres. J. A. Hefley, Cashier. Statement of the Condition of The Union City . Bank A. L. Garth, Ass't. Cashier & Trust of Vnion City, Tennessee, At the close of Business June 30, 1906. RESOURCES Loans and discounts , .$ 81,678 49 Overdrafts 642 10 Due from banks and bankers ......... 24.071 62 Furniture and fixtures 2,706 83 Currency 4,113 00 Checks and other cash items 1,996 31 Specie ' 1,884 56 LIABILITIES Capital stock, $ 35,000 00 Individual deposits 79,353 65 Undivided profits.... ... . ...... , 2.370 51 Cashier's checks........ 368 75 Total .$117,092 91 Total $117;092 91 I, J. A. Hefley, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. A. HEFLEY, Cashier. Sworn and subscribed to betore me, this July 5, l'W6. C. v. Jones, Notary Public. We want your businessA dividend of 5 per cent, was declared, and subject to check July 1, 1906. Directors 3. P. Howard. Dr. T. E. Marshall, Seid Waddell, Jos. Harpole, E. A. Clover, J. A. Wheeler, Dr. J. Fi. Hibbitts, W. J. Mayes, J. P. Adams, R. H. Driskill, Dr. F. M. McRee, D. A. Luton, W.A. Forester, R. P. Whitesell. w G3.IP-IT "'") D nt na yoa alck or ad cures Iho Worst CI4 QUICK! Ko uplatas, no Naraotln. Cures in about boars. . . , 1 itS Real Estate Transfers. Wm. M. -Watson and wife to V. G. and E. T. Jernfcan, lot In Obion, &S50. Mrs. Wallace Crockett et al. to F, J. Sniitju live sixths Interest In 1,588 acrf? u iso. , j,am.s.. WEST TENNESSEE MONUMENT GO, Dealers and Man ufacturersof Mar ble and Granite Cemetery Work Given Careful Attention. CCO. B. WILLIS, Cenaravl M&nasr MONUMENT Estimates given on plans for Building; Stone, Sills, Lintels, Steps, Ac. Cemetery Curbing. Prices and Work Guaranteed Satisfactory .- UNION CITY, "TENN. A t , 3Ci f"ef.' f