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IN TCS DAYS. Nadinola The UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER. doraed by thouaands guaranteed to remorl freckle, pimple. aL' facial discoloration! and rcilori th beauty of youth Tn wont caaea in twenty day. 50c, and SI. 00 at all leading drug atorca, or by mail fftvaarea fcy NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tea Sold by Allen Drug Co., Red Cross Drug Store and others. C. N. LANNOM. II. C. 8TANFIKLD. ' LANNOM & STANF1ELD, . ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. . Union City, - Tenn. Money to loan on long time at low rate of interest. Office up-stalr9 over Postal Tele graph office. Telephone 255. DR. R. H. BOYD OSTEOPATH Office: In the building formerly occu pied by Dr. Dabney. Telephone 267. CATTLE TAOS The only sure way of keeping up with your 8 lock, iso mixing or pedigrees Bend for catalogue, G. C. 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 Martin-Allen drug store. Offiice Phone 283 Residence Phone 346 Dr. John T. Moss Physician and Surgeon.. Office at White & Burchard's drug sieptione 0 residence 33(1. N BeceAse rnde only from absolutely pure4reaii, and beceaise years of experience have vM-u$Kow to make'if riKt'. 0 rd er f ronvyoir local geiT . Isno locoJ cwdeivr fromis dircci. HCACCEY ICE CREAM CO. Memphis, Tenn. Rives Graded School. Mr. B. F. Watson, brother of Rev E. L. Watson of this city, has been elected by the Board of Trustees to succeed Prof. W. H. Cook as princi pal of the Rives Graded School Mr. Watson will be assisted by Miss Ava Scoggins and Miss Blanche Bond, who were employed hereto fore with Mr. Cook. Mr. Cook re tires after many years continuous service in the schoolroom for a lit tle intermission and rest from school work. The state of his health was not encouraging and he decided upon retirement for that reason. In the meantime be will probably visit the Western country for the purpose of recuperation. Prof. Cook has made the Rives school one ot the very best in the county, and we'anticipate that the new administration will maintain the standard, although that re quires a great amount of executive and technical ability. Few men in this section of country are recog nized as the equals of Cook in the schoolroom. He has with native ability, application and energy won his spurs as an educator, at the same time he has given Rives the creditable appellation of being a school center, and that will place a great responsibility upon his 6uc cessor, who will, we understand, be equal to the emergency. Everybody goes to Dahnke's for lunch. . Leave of Abseuce. Mr. Cave J. Crockett, salesman for the wholesale dry goods house of Ely-Walker Dry Goods Co,, St. Louis, has been spending a few days at home in Union City, having been granted leave of absence. Mr, Crockett says that he has been en joying a good trade in his Illinois territory, that the people of that country, which comprises the great est wheat belt on earth, are in a happy, prosperous condition and that the immediate future holds great anticipations for them. We believe Mr. Crockett is now in his favorite pursuit. He was a local merchant for many years, but in his early manhood took to drum ming. That was then a very con genial and profitable occupation. but for special reasons he aban doned it and engaged in the retail business, and not until many years afterwards did be again take up the itinerary and his final success. His two sons are both top-notchers in the profession and a credit to all concerned. 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CURLIN O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0' 0 ;0 We sell Ladies' Home Journal Patterns-most perfect pattern sold. O 0 cl ean stock. The Dry Goods g Man. ; 0 000000000000000900000000100000000000000000000000000000 What Do You See? Have you strained the delicate muscles of your eyes until the im pressions of the world are blurred and blotted? Does a bright light make them ache and blink? May be there is no serious trouble- Annanias Club at the Lake. Messrs. Thos. J. Bonner, J. B. Caudle, G. F. Botts, Bob Wade, Herbert Shore, W. L. Clemmons and .W. H. Cook, all members in good standing of the Annanias Club at Rives, enjoyed a little out ing and diversion in the line of fish in? at Hamburg last ween, ine reputation ot the club was, we un maybe the eyes only need a little help. We will fit a pair of glasses that will take the strain from the derstand, creditably sustained dur eyes and do the work tor them, we w the trip. All anecdotes were are careful and accurate. Our charges are reasonable. "Exami nation free." bransford & An drews, The dependable Jewelers and Opticians. imiiiinniiiiii m i i 1 m li miiim uUimmW' ' iininnif Nil jl j mjux a.y. Till. I. la Urgrt tat! eaamra la ttia .ri4,.praUui ifcltt7'aoaMi ta. DA FULL BET OF TKBTH CROWN AND BmiMa Wo ax 4II mt th. fcr. U Maarokl. f uM la tbi. toira h will eom. ta a. r.r a $4.00 M of iih. nwa r arid, wtrk. id tb. oa41UMa UX:C3 PAIMESS DENTISTS MAlNaaa UNION EntraDoaoa Union MIMPHIS, TKNN. If 'IXJOODdJ. O-VJ-T TMI6 OUT! Cat t thit wpn nfl mw tkt It If Unipd hy far Mc-k.ttni with thBa of yovrt, O ntftrlef anr mM fir It toth) rmpiea Irh i J EJarn IVXoro 1 4 Don't envy the hlirh aalarlm) rmr. Taka 5 nvir ruutwi In actual bimlncwi and baenma , Dura ui rorn diu niimff juo rlL Our CaUk At kigu la tiee H lelia Uie trutlj. immris Jtt COtLECE MEMPHIS aaal))ialtaaa. Change Places. Mr. Jas. H. Faircloth, for a num ber of years the popular cashier of the Bank ot Martin, is now in Iuka, Miss., engaged in the tame business as cashier of a new bank in that place. Mr. Faircloth as sisted in the organization ot the new bank and was awarded for his trouble with the position of cash ier. Mr. Faircloth is one of the required, under penalty, to measure up to the standard, and that meant that no mean cr small fabrication was tolerated. Every man was ex pected to do his duty and the result was a glorious success. Get your lunch at Dahnke's. Bought Greenhouse. Mr. J. K. Postma, who leased the Union City Floral Co's. property about a year ago, has purchased same from Mrs. Brown. Mr. Post ma is a hardworking and painstak intr man, thoroughly understands the floral business and the citizens best equipped men m the banking of thia. city will b(, glad to kuow business wno receivea tneir train- that he is making a success of the ing in this country. His position business here. He will continue to at Martin is filled by Mr. Geo. P. improve and beautif y the plant and i a f TJ- A. . J I " V nun, iormeny 01 jvenion ana prcs- 6ay8 he expect8 in a 8hort time to ident of the Kenton Bank. The ex- have one ot the prettiest and best cnange came aooux oy mx. uun arraaeed greenhouses in this sec buying Mr. Faircloth s interest at tion o the country. a at a. r tt a. t - it. I Martin. Mr. Hurt is also thor- TKT-.1t I -.11 - - J : ouhlv versed in the manv details .. " P-F cucapcr man uruenng w-- ' - - ll new gods. " Unon Cityward- Ui luc uau"uii ubiuo. " " ware & Furniture Co. 23-tf one of the foremest men in busi ness at Kenton. He decided, how- Evangelical Services. ever, to engage in business at Mar- Elder W. . J. Shelburne, State tin, and will in a short time move Evangelist of Tennessee, will be his family to that place. New Position. Mr. Hueh Harris, who is home for several days enjoying a vaca tion, has been offered and has ac- gin a two week's series of meetings for tb"e Mount Hermon congrega tion the fifth Sunday in July. The meeting will be held in a large tent in the beautiiul grove of T. A. Prather, one mile north of State cepted the assignment to travel for Line. Elder Shelburne comes well recommended and every one has a cordial invitation to attend this meeting. - . Look! Best Patent Flour at $4.75 a barrel, at mill. Strictly guaranteed, or money refunded. Dahnke-Walker 2s-vMillino; Co a tea and coffee house in New Or leans. His territory will be in the t South. The business will take him to the larger cities to visit the job bers and wholesale men. Mr. Har-i ris is a first-class man in every re spect and deserves this splendid position.' RU-MA GO makes Rheumatism GO. Ask thi Allen Drug Co. Odd Fellows at Reelfoot. Mr. A. W. Reed authorizes us to announce that the Odd Fellows of Hornbeak are preparing to have a picnic and fish fry at Samburg Park on Wednesday, July 25, and that the Lodge as a body has ex tended an invitation to all the Odd Fellows in the county to be present and accept their hospitality on that occasion. The Odd Fellows are proverbial for their kindness and generosity and it is to be expected that this will be one ot their most delightful gatherings. Pistol Toter. Saturday afternoon Mose Wilson, colored, came to town. Mose was feeling good and was the proud possessor of a new $1.75 pistol, and was publicly exhibiting it to every negro who chanced to come his way Deputy Sheriff Scott Wiley accom panied Mose to see Esq. Sacra and the Squire thought Mose ought to see Judge Maiden and so ordered. His bond was fixed at $250.00. Look Into This. We'll examine your eyes free of charge and without pain. We'll fit you with spectacles or glasses tbatwon t strain your eyes and will enable you to see perfectly. Don't delay until your eye trouble is se nous. Come to-day. branspord & Andrews, The Dependable Jew elers and Opticians. Tire in Number One. Sunday night at about 11 o'clock x residence on tne tarm ot u. D. Allen was burned. The bouse was worth, about $600 and was not in sured. A family moved from the place Saturday and the, house was rented to another family who in tended moving Monday. Tally ho Excursion. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin, Miss Hazel Hardy, Miss Ella Griffin, Miss- Levine Littlejchn, of Deca tur, Ala., Messrs. Avery Coble, Tbad Lee and Granville Sanders enjoyed a tallyho ride and visit to Combs Springs last Sunday. Fresh line of porch and summer rockers and settees just arrived at Union City Hardware & Furniture to. s low-price stores. Church Notice. Services next Sabbath, 22nd inst at 11 a. m. at Presbyterian Church, North First Street, by tha Elders. Subject: Sin, the sin against the Holy Ghost. Members'urged to at tend. Public cordially invited. Ten Additions. The meeting at the C. P. Church closed last night. The meeting was a decided success and Rev. McLesky preached some very elo quent ana . enective sermons There were ten additions to the church. Fulton Leader. Cleaning Cemetery. The Commissioners of the Pleas ant Hill Church property request everyone interested to meet on the church (grounds Tuesday, July 24, to clean off the grounds. Bring your tools and be On hand, or Bend some one. Summer prices on matting and druggets at Union City Hardware & Furniture Co. 23-tf DEATH RECORD. ALBERT conn. Albert Conn, aged35years, known among his fellow-citizens as a man of the highest moral tone and char acter, a good neighbor and a valued citizen, died on Thursday night, July 12, 1906, at bis home in Num ber Seven. Death resulted lrom the effects ot typhoid fever. The deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Conn. He was un. married, a consistent member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Churcb, a man of honor, integrity, upright in every way and esteemed for his moral and personal worth. His death is universally lamented. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. B. L. Holder. The burial took place at Stovall's Cemetery. MRS. HOLLAND. Mrs. Annie May Holland, wife of Mr. A D Holland, died in this city on Monday morning, July 16, 1906, at 2. 15 o'clok. Mrs. Holland's ill ness resulted from injuries incurr ed by a fall which happened on Thursday prior to her death. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Holland, came to this city from Jackson, Tenn., a few weeks ago. Mr Holland has been engaged in the feather and mattress bufoess. Their home was in Jackson. , Mr. and Mrs Holland had been married 11 years, and the deceased leaves her husband and three chil dren. Another child, a little son, was run ove by a street roller a few monthsigo. Mrs. Holland was a member of the M. E. Church, a true, devoted wife, mother and friend. She was esteemed in the highest manner for her many vir tures. The remains were shipped to Jackson for burial and laid to rest in Oak Grove Cemetery. Services were conducted by Revs. Baker and Waters. Among the friends present were Mrs. Mattie Alexander, Mrs. Hol land's mother from Jackson, Mrs. Lizzie Eck, a sister from Illinois, J.W.Holland, Paducah; Mrs. M. F. Lemons, Mrs. Phillip Hollond, Mrs. Paul Gregory and others from Jackson. In this connection Mr. Holland desires to return his heartfelt thanks to the neighbors, to Dr. Nailling and to Miss Hankard for their faithful attention to his dear' companion during her illness. He asks God a richest blessings upon them all. Your Liver is out of order. You iro to bed In a bad humor and get up with a bad : taste In your mouth. You want some thing to stimulate your liver. Just Heroine, the liver regulator. A . tlve cure lor Constipation, Dysrwpsla and all liver complaints. Mrs. F , Ft. Worth. Texas, writes: "Have used Herblne In my family for years. Words can't express what I think about It. Everybody In my household are hap py and well and we owe it to Herblne. Sold by Allen Drug Company. LEBANON LAW SCHOOL (11841m Term) Next term begins September 5, 1906. A school of established reputation. Its graduates are thoroughly prepared for State Har Examinations. Course accomplished in one college year. Send for catalogue. Address LAW SCHOOL, : , . Lebanon, Tenn.