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$1.00 at all leading; drug! atorea, or by mail
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Sold by Allen Drug Co., Red Cross
Drug Store and others
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C. N. LAKNOM. H. C. STAN FIELD.
LAHMOU & STANHELD,
ATTO R N E YS-AT- LAW,
Union City, Tenn.
Money to loan on long time at low
j rate of interest
Office up-stairs over Postal Tele
graph office. Telephone 255.
DR. R. H. BOYD
Office: In the building formerly occti'
pled by Dr. Dabney.
Telephone 267. ,
The only sure way of keeping up with
your stock. No mixing of pedigrees.
Send for catalogue,
G. 0. DRURY & CO.
3C5 Union street. . Kashville, Tenn.
Red Fish, Red Snapper,
Spanish Mackerel, Reelfoot
Lake Fish of all kinds at j
J. C. BURDICK'S
PHONE NO. 3.
DRS. JOYNER & FORESTER
Office over Martin-Allen drug store
Offiice Phone 283
Residence Phone 346
Dr. John T. Moss
Office at White & Burchard's drug
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Three Coaches aod Baggage Filled
With Party From Union City
The Union City Boosters went to
Jackson on a soecial train of three
coaches and a baggage car last Pri- O
day, the fir6t day of the Chautau-
qua meeting.- There were about 0
two hundred of the best people of
Union City in the party. It was
Katy M's day and delegations were
there from Tennessee, Kentucky
The Boosters Special was used
for the purpose of advertising Un
ion City and the Fourth ot July
celebration, and when they reached
Jackson formed in the parade with
the Second Tennessee Regiment
Band leading. The band accom-1 0
panied them on the trip. Outside 0
of Jackson the Union City line was
the largest in the parade aod out
side ot the Jackson band the Sec
ond Tennessee Band was a winner,
After enjoying the sights in Jack-
son until 3.30 o'clock the party
boarded the train for the return
trip. No stops were made going
down, but returning- stops were
made at every point, including
Humboldt, Trenton, Dyer, Ruther
ford, Kenton, Rives. At every one
of these places the party alighted
and visited the business portion of
town and the band entertained the
citizens with music. Dr. McRee
was the orator and made a speech I
a 1 every stop, inviting me people f
everywhere to visit us on the a
At all these places a very cordial
reception was given the party and
many accepted the invitation to be
fnt ti .
xue uoosters was a success in
every particular. The entire tram
Was decorated in national colors
and the engine literally covered
with red, white and blue.
RU-MA-GO makes Rheumatism
GO. Allen Drug Co. sell it.
' The County Republicans.
The Republicans of Obion County
met in convention in Union City on
Thursday, June 28, for the purpose
of selecting delegates to attend the
Gubernatorial and Congressional
conventions., Chairman of the Ex
ecutive Committee J. C. Burdick
called the convention to order. Mr,
Burdick was elected chairman and
J. N. Wilson secretary.
Resolutions were passed indors
ing the administration of President
Roosevelt and the course pursued
by the Republican members in Con
gress from Tennessee.
The delegates to the Guberna
torial convention were instructed
Important Event for Immediate Delivery
ALL SUMMER1 GOODS REDUCED at
No one can afford 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 p
pale look as though they had been struck by a cyclone. If you need anything 0
in Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Muslin Underwear, etc., this will be vour 9
best opportunity of the summer season to buy. 0
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
All printed fabrics Batiste, Dimities,
Swiss Organdies, Silks, Mulls, etc.
We still hold the winning cards in White
Sheer Batiste, Linen Lingerie Cloth for
making your soft summer shirt waists.
Plain and fancy White Nets for your 0
summer waists. 0
Just a few more Long Silk Mitts and O
then the end.
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.
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.
If you want the correct style in corsets buy the American Beauty-Gives you perfect shape.
We sell Ladies' Home Journal Patterns-most perfect pattern sold. O
The Dry Goods g
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Will F. Mitchell, of Greenwood,
Miss., is in the city.
Mr. J. C. Reynolds returned Sat
to cast the vote of the county for urday from Weaverville, N. C.
II. Clay Evans first, last and all Miss Maggie Johnson has re
the time and to vote as a unit upon turned from a visit to Jackson
au questions coming oeiore me con- Mr, Pt w. Johnson, of Arkansas.
vention. t,--,- t,,a famii thi
1 to A b UVUIV TlOlktUg II A av awuiii aaw
1 ne convention proceeaings were -.-j.
harmonious and free from unpleas-
nt features which usually excite
1 HJrtrii 2JIoro t
4 Don't eory th blKh aalarind onm. Taaa
A our count In actunl bualneaa and bwotn
i fitusl tMtrn big miwrr rnutwlt. Our cato-
4 knfuo la bee It tella Uu) truth.
1 1 f I if II. work in hours, anl will
th ooM-rtirn that do th
nut luake you aick. Try it
The following delegates were se
eded to attend the Gubernatorial
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convention, which meets in Nash-
ille July 12, also to attend the Con
gressional convention which meets
in Union City on Saturday, July 7:
C. Burdick, Wash Reid, A. G.
Almond, W, G. Hogan, Jais. Bush,
Tom Neeley, Tom Mathis, J. F.
Ferguson, Nick Logan, G. T. Tay
lor, Chas. Isbell, G. M. Adams, Ben
St. Clair, R. W.Barbee, Wm.Walk-
er, B. F. Adams, Charles Wilson,
Will Stover, Jeff Roney, S.F. White,
W. A. Brown, Jas. Neeley, Peter
Keffer, Hal Taylor, Dr. S. N. Page,
N. Tufl, Dr. W. O. Taylor, J. E.
Hogan, Alfonso White, J. Neal Sin
clair, L. E. Hawkins, J. N. Wilson.
RU-MA-GO makes Rheumatism
GO. Ask th Allen Drug Co.
Mr. Jas. Crockett, for some time
salesman in the house of Coble &
Clagett Co., this city, has been as
signed to the position of traveling
salesman for Bradley &Hyde, Phil
adelphia, wholesale neckwear deal
ers. The young gentleman is a son
of Mr. and Mrs. Cave J, Crockett,
of this city, and one of the best
equipped, mentally, physically and
morally, we have. Mr. Crockett's
father and brother are both travel
ing salesmen of extensive reputa
tion in their lines. The new recruit
will not be slow to reach the stand
ard already set by his elders. "
Look! Best Patent Flour
at $4.75 a barrel, at mill.
Strictly guaranteed, or
Mr. Robt. R. Rinehart is at home
for the Fourth and a vacation for a
Miss Mary Ella Harris, of Rives,
visited in the citv Tuesday and
Misses Itha and Jessie Halland
are visiting Miss Bertha Harbison
Mrs. Bascom Byrns, of Cedar
Hill, is visiting Mrs. G. W. Tomer
lin in the city.
Misses Una Hill and Ida May
McNeil, of Humboldt, were visitors
on the Fourth.
J. F. Wallace, of Corinth, Miss
is in the city visiting his daughter,
Mrs. R. I. Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin re
turned Sunday from Estill Springs
and Winchester. '
Dr. Virgil Moore, dentist of New
bern, was in the city this week vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mr. and &rs. Wallace Moore re
turned Monday from a visit to Mrs.
Moore's parents at Dyersburg.
King Jenkins, of Greenwood,
Miss., is in the city for a few days
visiting his mother, Mrs. Laura
The friends of Mrs. J. W. C.
Britton, who has been very sick, j
are glad to know Ui sue is re
ported much better. P
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Andrews
are -the parents or a very nne,
large, bouncing baby boy, arriving
last week at home on First Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore, of
New Albany, Miss., are in the city
spending a few days with Mrs.
Moore's sister, Mrs. A. K. Garland.
Summer prices on matting- and
druggets at Union City Hard want
6l Furniture Co.
Miss Hattie Spencer, of Jones
boro, Ark., is in the city visiting
her sisters, Misses Eleanor and
Annie Lee Spencer.
Mr. W. M. Murphey.of St. Louis,
spent a few days in the city this
week visiting the family of his
brother, Mr. James K. Murpbey, on
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Maddox, ot
Tullahoma, Tenn., and Master Holt
Bean, son of Hon. J. J. Bean, ot
Lynchburg, are spending the
Fourth with Mrs. J. W. Garner.
Col. G. T. Taylor's friends read
with interest the news that be has
been reappointed postmaster at
Union City. The appointment was
a little late, but the Colonel thinks
it was just as good.
Miss Vera Wallace and Miss Mary
Emma Calron went to West Point
Miss., this week to take charge of
a photograph gallery a branch
which Mr. Wallace has at that
place. The young ladies will re
main for a while.
The marriage of Dr. John H.
Phillips, of Mississippi, and Miss
Minnie Kosson, of this city, has
been announced to take place at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R.
F. Tisdale on Wednesday evening,
July 11, at 8.30 o'clock.
Mrs. C. A. Holcomb and daugh
ter, Miss Ruth, of Hickman; Mrs
Harry Spencer and little son. Har
ry, ot Memphis, and Capt. J. A.
Mann, of' Brownsville, were guests
at the home of Dr. W. W. Hall for
the Fourth of July celebration.
Miss Katharine Taylor, daughter
of Ex-Governor Taylor, and Miss
Mary Huey. of Nashville, were
gnets of Union City during the
Fourth of July. A grand ball and
reception were tendered the party
Wednesday night at the Elks Club.
was a man who, against all odds, at
tained tlie highest honor a man could
pet in the United States. Ballard's
Horchound Syrup has attained a place
never equM tfd by any other like rem
edy. It: a sure cure for Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Influenza and all
I'uinionary diseases. Every mother
should keep supplied with this won
derful ciukh medicine, bold by Allen
Miss Eula Dickerson, of Clarks-
ville; Mrs. J. P. Bippus, wife and
son, Dallas, ot Evansville; Miss
Carrie K. Barnes, of Jackson; Miss
Susie Carrie Alexander, of Gleason,
and Mrs. Ira Wyatt, of Newbern,
were here visiting Miss Rhine Joy
ner and enjoying the celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Waddell, of
Shawnee, Ark., were in the city
visiting relatives during the cele
bration. Mrs. Waddell is remain
ing in Union City for a while on
account of ill health. She is a guest
of Mrs. Seid and Mrs. A. P. Wad
Miss Minnie Voorhies leaves Sat
urday tor a tew weeks to enjoy a
summer outing. She will be ac
companied to St. Louis by her
mother, There they will visit Mrs,
Voorhies' son and family. Thence
Miss Voorhies will visit relatives in
St. Louis, Lexington and other
places in Missouri, returning to
Union City about Sept. 1.
Geo. G. Bell, Jr., of Kansas City,
Soliciting Agent for the N., C. &
St. L. Ry., was in the city this week
visiting his brother, Mr. John Bell,
and Mrs. Bell and his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Askins. Mr.
Bell was out on his anneal vaca
tion. From here he went to De
Queen. Ark., Tuesday to visit his
father, accompanied by his brother,
Mr. Bob Bell.
Just in from factory, about a car
load of new dining chairs, porch
rockers, settees, iron beds and dress-
ers-i-very low prices, at the Union
City Hardware & Furniture Co. tf
Warren McDonald Camp.
Warren McDonald Camp, No. 936,
met at the courthouse last Monday
afternoon .to make preliminary ar
rangements for the fall meeting at
Cloverdale. A committee on pro
gram was selected as follows: Tom
lnman, J. W. Duke, E. N. Moore.
Frank Lewis and Ellen Lot logs.
J. N Watson and Mattie Henry.
T. II. .Roberts and Jessie Bryan.
Ilaught ErwJn and Isabel! Midgctt.
D. i Tartis and Agnes Mayes.
Wall paper cheaper than ordering
:, new goods, at Union City Hard
war & Furniture Co. 23-tf
, Tire Bog.
Mr. J. E. Cloar was here Monday
and informed us that an attempt
was made last Friday to set on fire
the residence of his son, Forrest
Cloar, near the Hampton school
house. It was Friday afternoon and
Mr. Cloar was out on the farm plow
ing. His son, a little boy, was with
him. Mrs. Cloar and the little girl,
their daughter, was away from the
house, about two hundred yards,
picking blackberries. There was
no one at home at the time. Some
thing was needed and Mr. Cloar
sent the little boy to the house to
get it. When the boy reached the
bouse he found it on fire and gave
the alarm. Mrs. Cloar came in first
and found the bed afire in the fam
ily room and the boy and hi mother
and some neighbors soon had the
fire smothered and put out. Tro
negroes were seen during the after
noon prowling around in the neigh
borhood and they were suspicioned
with having something to do with
the fire. No one was close enough
to identify them, hence no arrests
were made. There had been noth
ing stolen, so we are informed.
If you haven't the time to exercise
regularly, Doan's Regulets will pre
vent constipation. They induce a
mild, easy, healthful action of the
bowels without griping. Ask vour
druggist for them. - 25 cents.
' . $2,000.00.
Newbern, Tenn., May 7. 1906.
Jno. B. Wheeler, General Agent
for West Tennessee, National Life
Ins. Co., U. S. A., Troy, Tenn.
Dear Mr. Vheeler; Mr. W. T.
Wilson, your representativeat New
bern, has just presented me with
vour comoanv's check of $2,000.
full settlement of death claim under
policy No. 88,458 issued upon the
life of my late father, Senior D.
My father had only paid one pre
mium on his policy, amounting to
$63,84. He djed before his second
premium was due, and the prbmpt
ness displayed in the payment of
this claim is very commendable to
I wish to thank you kindly for the
immediate attention given this
Claim, and will say, when in rhy
power to speak a good word for
your company, it will be my pleas
ure to do eo. Very truly,
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.-Dd at CP.
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