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-x 1 ' i; ! I 4J 3-3-3 94--S33 32 in t V ' 4 V ?. ! ? 3-?-3-33-3-3-3-3iS 6 -&'?--. We liave recently placed in stock a complete supply of Tube Paints in all the various shades and tints. This is another addition to our immense stock of drags, sundries, toilet articles, etc., which is constant being enlarged. This enables you to buy of us most any thing you may need in the way of medicine and the arts. Our periodical department was a winner from the start. We carry the largest and most varied stock of current literature ever placed before you. We now have the magnificent Xmas numbers of all the Paris and London papers. Red Cross Drug Store .WATSON & K1MZEY, Props. THE COMMERCIAL M ARSH ALL ft BAIRD, Editor and PuWIoher Entered at the pout office at Union City, Ten' neseee, M second-class mail matter. ONE DOLUR A YEAR Telephone 103 -EIUDAY.-.IE0J5MBER 21, 1900 j" NlUtlU ' ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce' W. II. COOK ns ii candidate for SiwerinU'tidcnt of rublie In struction for Ohion County, subject to the action of the Coutv Court Bt the January term, Wil. Editor Gibbs on Boys. Editor Ernest Glbbs, for a long time connected with the newspapers of Hickman, is now at East Prai rie, Mo., and ia giving; the people of that little town a good paper. But a few days before Christmas some of Gibba' foreign friends eent him a small vial as a new-years gift, and here's what appeared in hiB paper a few days later: Somebody has figured out tblt A Day Dream. Every mail brings one or more copies of the highly-colored Christ mas editions of the country news papers. In the busy office ot the city there is little time for senti ment , but when a copy of the Christmas edition ot the home pa per is laid upon the desk. It wafts a fragrance $ Ye past from its pages and calls'to tn ind scenes to which the eye is noVa stranger. Perhaps the man conie&v'from the North where Christmas ., not Christmas without its Bnow Cd keen, cutting winds that paint Y r rosy glow upon the fresh canvas I State Christmas Weddings E. L. Adams and Miss Rosa Shaw were married at the Metho dist parsonage in this city by Rev. H. B. Johnston on Sunday, Dec. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Adams are both well known residents of this city. ' S. T. Pruett and Mis Etna Wheeler were married at the borne of Rev. S. F. Wvnn in this city Sun day afternoon, Dec. 23, at 3 o'clock. Mr. Prue'tt resides near Woodland. His bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wheeler, residing near Brevard's Crossing. Tbeyarebotb very well and popularly known in that vicinity. Rev. Wynn officiated. L. Z. Wilson, of Jackson, and Miss Katrina Lutz were tnarried at the fume of the bride's sister, Mrs. Win. Botts, in this tity on Thurs day nitfht, Dec. 20. Rev. Castle- "berry was the minister in charge. Jonzie Burton,, of Hickman, and Miss Siree.na Ferguson, of Prote mus. were married at the borne of Mrs. Ntblett in this city on Thurs day, Dec. 20. The bride is well known to the publishers in this ot fice and a worthy lady. Rev. H. B Johnston was the officiating minis ter. Morris's School of Telegraph. KYin" Only one session taught a year Send your boys tous. We w ill fit tl.em for a good position. For terms or other In formation, call on or address V. C. Morris, Principal, P. 0. Box 163, Union City, Tenn. At the court house in this city last Friday afternoon Esq. H. S Sacra spoke the words which made Mr. D. M. Harrison and Miss Liz zie Harrison husband and wife, They live in Stewart County, this State. of children's faces. The sound of the crackling logs in the huge fire place is recalled, the merry laugh ter ot trie cnudren and "grown folks". who join in the fun. And there was a girl mayhap whose dark brown eyes looked dancingly into his, coquetishly vexing him, until with flushing face he grasped her about the waist and kissed her the averagsboy who is dependentVund!erthe mistletoe, amid the laugh- , tage upon his parents for a livelihood un til he reaches the age of twenty-one years, costs them four thousand dollars. On this basis of calcula tion a brood, lor instance, of six would represent an outlay of twenty-tour thousand dollars by the time they get away from the home roost. The question arises does it pay to raise boys and are there no other crops that would prove more profitable? If a boy turns out to be a cigarette fiend with a breath like a turkey buzzard and a laugh that would make the untutored donkey feel perfectly at home in his society with an untrammeled and unconquerable desire to avoid work, it is safe to say that his parents might have invested the four thou sand dollar at a much better advan tage. But if the boy grows up to manhood with the lesson well learn- hat wealth and success grow on bushes watered by, the i V , . . . i . . . sweatjiii one 8 orow, me parents weed not begrudge whatever they have spent 61. or ne e a source of increasing ride and joy to their hearts, and wt they! grow old and their hands tremble and their legs wabble and their step slow and faltering, they have two strong arms to lean upon and help them over all the rough places that lie in their twilight path. Unless all siyns fail Col. Otis T. Wingo will be the next President of the Arkansa Senate. He is in the field for this position and is constantly gaining additional sup port His work as a member of the State Democratic "Executive Committee has marked him as one of the ablest party leaders, and the part he has taken in twoState con ventions has placed him in har monious touch with the rank and file ot the party throughout the State. Col. Wingo is not only an eloquent and forceful speaker, but - - he is a parliamentarian of rare tact and ability. The work of the sen ate would be greatly facilitated by ...the selection of Col. Wingo as its ' H officer.--De Queen (Ark.) WMngsliArez.y-cfft Ih4. He has taught , school, made! speeches and played politics-all j over this section, and has frkfc in this county who w?ll be glad to learn that he is winning success in .- his new home. V ter of tns friends Perhaps there was a sleigh ride and he was placed dangerously near her, the girl with the dark brown eyes. And after being snugly cov ered with rugs and robes, perhaps she, quite accidentally to be sure, touched his hand with hers. Through the thin gloves' he could feel its warmth, he thought. And perhaps he took off the huge, heavy fur glove that covered bis hand up on some pretetext or other and she let him place it in her muff there to lie contented between her hands, though burning with the warmth of contact. And through it all she chattered on joyously to him and to all the others in the sleigh, while he in bis embarrassment held silent tongue, fearing- the moment when this exqui$ej$ "e might cease. And so the ride couuZ. "".with never a thought to the keen Ond that stung their faces, and fin they reached their where a steaming oyster supper was ready for their arrival. After the supper there was a dance and perhaps she "sat out" one number with him in the hallway behind the stairs, where she gave him no time to plead his cause save with his eyes which , watched her with doe;like servility, for she told ot her plans and of the friends she had and all about herself save that in which he was most interested, hef heart. Clarence Bondurant, of Hick- nd Miss Lucy Burrus, of 1. - were Amarried Thursday Line, evening, Dec, 27, alSjhe homjjt' the bride's parents, Mr. 'fs. Swan Burrus. The bride is well known in Union City, and regarded as a young lady of charming personality and popular attainments. The groom is a well known citizen and business young man of Hickman. The wedding was notable from the fact that it linked two well known families into relationship. u 7 (I To Meafl Colcl Moon Every house has Its cold room. Abnormal weather conditions. Inadequate stove or furnace heat often result in some particular part of the house beine cold and cheerless. You can make home warm and cheerful with the PEBtJFECTION OO Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) Carry It about from room to room. Turn wick high or low there's no danger. Smokeles device prevents smoke and smell. Easy to operata s a lamp. All parts easily cleaned. Brass oil fount beautifully em bossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 hours. Gives intense heat. Two finishes nickel and japan. Handsome, useful, reliable. Every heater warranted. If not at your dealer's write our nearesi agency lor aescnpuve tirtuiai. , NX The Is th best limp for a I l-round household use vou cn trhv. EauicDed with latest improved burner. Gives bright, steady light at lowest cost. Made of brass tnroufrhout and aickel plated, auitacie tor any room whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Sat and satisfactory, fcvery lamp warraated. Write to , nearest agency It not at your dealer s. Standard Oil Company Incorporated. Statu of Ohio, City of Tomdo, LUCA8 CODNTV Frank J . Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hnndred dollars for each and ever case of catarrh that eannot be cured by Hairs uatarrn i;ure. r rank j i;hkney. Sworn to Wore me and subscribed in my ireeeuce, thiV the 6th day of December A. 1). .Bt. l A. W, Orir?-.NV v Cat J - acts directly ou the blood nmi mucous Mirfacfe!11 of the system Send for testimonials free TV at illaaaa IT I I1U li' XI ITV Mm a Tn nriA T 1" rsoiu Dy urogfnsi, yao. rat Uall ITnmiiir Ulll. i DR. WILL A NAILLING, Physician and Surgeon. Office Nailling's Corner, near Postoffice. Phone 41. Hours 9 to 10 a. m. 2 to 3 p. m. Constitution Anti-Saloon Take Halfs Family Pills for constipation. Gus Soblke, stage producer of the 'Isle of Spice," the piquant, mu sical mixture, which is soon to be seen here, has introduced much of the military exercise known as the "setting up" drill in the chorus work of the girls. It has not only proved effective spectacularly, but has grven the young women a charming physical culture develop ment. Opera house, Jan. 3. destination, V. IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS. won t jmstaKtr ttu6 Cat- At , Tlvar Troubles A Union City Citizen Shows How to Cure Them. Many people never suspect their kid neys. If suffering from a lame, weak or aching back they think that it Is only a muscular weakness; when uri nary trouble sets in they think that it will soon correct Itself. And so It Is with all other symptoms of kidney disorders. That is just where the dan ger lies. You mjisJ-f ure these troubles nr f liv . .Umri t! -il I .tnc3 '. ui.,i-.t Erlif!lS.. H'llfl lil'MW PptiirHw In imo la The ride home would be silent, Duau's Kiduey ma. It cures ail ills wnicn are causeccoy weak or diseased moneys, uniort' Uity people of the League. Article 1. This organization shall be called the Anti-Saloon League of Union City. Article 2. -This League shall be non-sectarian in religion and non- artiaan in rinlitirca - TMn nnrnnoA cthe League being the suppres 6 urn of the saloon as soon as prac ticable, and the enforcement of the lawji of the State and of the munic- 0RS. J0YNER & FORESTER DENTISTS Office over Martin-Allen drug store. Offiice Phone 283 Residence Phone 346 the tired party aching to find rest yet in his heart he hoped it would continue forever, because she was there, there by his side, uncon sciously snuggling close to keep warm. And the man at the desk, as he gazes into the past through the glasses of fancy which have been placed for his use by the Christmas edition, stares and stares, and per haps his eyes glisten a trifle, until he hears a raucous call. "More copy!" Mobile Register. That's It lit Cough yourself into a fit of spasms and then wonder why you don't net well. If you will only try a bottle of linltnrd's JlorelioundSyrupyourcousrh will be a thing of the past.. It is a positive cure for coughs, influenza, bronchitis and all pulmonary diseases. One battle will convince you-at your druggist. 25c. 5oe and f 1 00. Sold by Allen Drug Company. Mr. p." X-Custer and wife will leaves JNfobile on Dec. 27 for Bowling Green, Ky. Mr. Custer has been manager of, J. h e , Southern Hotel bliicc VXKS, -liWarious times he was with the Mansard Hotel at Bowl ing Green and has' had a contract with them tor over a year to return and take charge. This hotel has spent over$20,000 in improvements., Mr. Custer during his stay in Mo bile has made many triends who will regret to see htm and his clever wile depart. Mobile Daily Item. You've tried the rest, now try the best Sunshine Flour , " testify to permanent cures. 1. L. Little, plumber, of Division street, says; ,lI had for some years Kidney ana wanner trouble, and In consequence l have suffered a great deal, un several occasions 1 have been so bad that I have not been able to do anything. There was adifflcultv with the kidney, secretions" which was a constant irritation. They were I regular, unnatural and scalded. 1 had a continuous pain in the small of ruy DacK wnicn ao limes was very severe, especially If 1 remained standintr for some little time and not engaged in any Kina or worK. i was beginning to fear that there was no help for me for I had doctored aud used almost oeiyAiiuwu remeuy wiuioui Obtain ig the slightest benefit. I had nrac,. tically lost all faith in doctors and medicine wheal saw Doan's Kidney t ins aavemsen, dui i went to a drug store ana ir. jc a cox. -in utv mirnrm rouna aimost inuueaiate re ef on commencing the treatiuent and as I kept e ti "with it my condition was most wonnerruliy improved every way. Doan's Kidney Tills arc certainlv un to their representations " ' for sale by, all dealers. Trice 50 cents: Foster-Milburn Co.. I?ufTaln. New Yoik. sole asrents for the nnitpri States, ReoiemlKT the name I)oan's nnd. take no other. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. flour, a horns product, and guaran teed. ,' this two ipaity against the saloon so long as it 8AalJexist the League, as such shaN maintain a 6trict neutrality on all questions of public policy which do not relate to the liquor traffic. Article 3.--Any person may be come a (member of this League by endorsing this Constitute anU en rotting nts-ucr nairte.y Lair.cbhallLTa President, vice-I'residents, a Secretary, and a Treasurer, These shall be elected annually. Article 5. The officers shall con stitute the Executive Committee and have a general supervision oi the entire work of the League The departments of work in the League 6hall be three, viz: Agita tion, Law enforcement and Lega tion. Each department shall be committed to a special committee Other committees shall be appoint ed as the efficiency of the League may require. Article 6. Vacancies in office or committee may be filled at any reg ular meeting of the League. Article 7 Time and place o! meeting 6hall be fixed by the League. But special meetings may be called by the officers. J" Article - Any part of this Con stitution may be amended by a ma jority vote of any regular meeting of the League, except article 2, which shall not be amended. Any responsible person is author ized to organize Leagues, there be ing no charge tor charter or mem bership fees. Notify the under signed when organized, giving list of officers. Eimjar E. Folk, Pres. and Act'g Supt. J. A. Burrow, Secretary. J, C. Midyett, Jackson, Tenn. District Supt. for West Tenn. A coated tongue, foul breath and clogged condition in the bowels sug gests the use of Prick ly Ash Bit- tens, it is um suited for such ail ments. 'Allen Drug Company, Special Agents. SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING, There will be a meeting of the share holders of the First National Bank of Union City, Tenn., In their banking roouis on ' 1 TUESDAY, JAN. 8,' 1907, for the purpose of electing directors and oftlcers for the year 1907. All are requested to be present. This December 7, 190, ' 38-4 1 L. S. PARKS, President. Get the BEST PIPE WELLS I have the latest modern machinery for sinking wells. I also handle the Wind Mills that took the grand prize and gokl medal at the St. Louis World's Fair;lt Is the Samson double- geared. Write for catalogue. All work guaranteed at i reasonable price. 8-foot whee-CTfeS. lean save you money on all pluinber'si goods Get my prices before buyintr. WALTKrt L McMURRA Y, R F. D. No. JO, Union City, Term. Phone 472-3 rings. . -" The Publisher's Claims Sustained United States Court of Claims The Publisher of Webster' International Dictionary ullejre that It -in, in f.u:t,tbe imuu. lnr llrmhriddfd thoroughly re-eiUdiiicvci'' H. nil, mnt vaatly enriched In every imrt, with the DIlrnocA Of ailHntinir it In inm-t t hn luro and eevertsr requirements of uuother genera tion." We are of the opinion that thla elles-atlon most clearly and Accurately dmcrilws the work that has lren accomplished and the result ththareeiirfiaehvl. Tha lmt M It ww stand, hits len thoroughly re- every pun, ana u admirably adapted to meet the larirer and severer renuirpmenta nf (reneratlon which demands more of popular ..,,.i..Ki ni niKjwraino innn any generation that the world hnnevcr cunlndw.,! It is perhaiie needlewi to ailri that wo nrw ro me meuonary in our Judicial work as of the highest authority In accuracy of detlnl- mm iu me lurtireas in tne past it wtiaa w vuv nunx ui i.ntsrMiiL reiorenee. CHAULES C. NOTT, Cb Jn LS'WRE'jrf; TVELDOS ions tAiS, BTASTOS 3. rrr.t.R. CiiARLta a HUWkf Th atom rtfer to WEBSTEtl'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY C N. LANXOM. II. C. STAN FIELD. LANNOM & STANFIELD, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, Union City, - Tens. Money to loan on loDg time at low rate of interest. Office up-stalrs over Postal Tele raph ortice. Telephone 255. Reelfoot Catch Red Fish, Red Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Reelfoot Lake Fish of all kinds at S. C. BURDICK'S. PHONE NO. 3. Illinois Central RAILROAD. BEST OF TRAIN SERVICE, SOUTHBOUND. No. 1, Paducali Junction 8.0n.m NO. 3, " " ... 5.37 a.m No. 103, " ' 5.15 a.m No. 105, " ' .... 3.46 n.m No. 1.13, ' .... 6.51 a.m Trains No. inn and 138 are acnnmmmlntlnn nd atop at Faducab Junction to rectoiva nr Aim. charge passengers. NORTHBOUND. No. 2, PaducaU Junction.... ft.45 a.m No. 4, " " ....12.15 a.m No. 104. " . ' ....12.05 a.m No. 108, " . " ....12.10 p.m No. 134, ' " 9.10 p.m Trains Mo. 134 and 106 are ocommodatloos. 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