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DON'T you often wish for something to read when
time hangs heavily upon you. A hypnotic ro
mance or a well written article of some kind that will '
keep youf mind occupied during the cold days and
long winter nights.
- Ring 100 and let ' us send you a magazine. We
have them all, over 125 different kinds, most anything
you want, from 5c to $1.00. They are all new and
fresh, right off the press. Bright pretty pictures, crisp
stories, well written articles by all the best writers, on
every conceivable topic of the day.
Let us send you a bundle to select from.
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Red Cross Drug Store
.WATSON & KIMZEY, Props.
ELECTRIC EAILE0AD.
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Charter riled for Line Soulli
Paducah.
On the first page of The Commer
cial will be seen the announcement
that a charter has been filed for an
electric railroad running from Pa
ducah to Hickman, via Majrfield
'Fulton and Union City.
The charter provides for steam
or electric road, but the purpose is
to construct an electric road, run
ning1 ultimately from St. Louis to
the Gulf. .
A citizen of Paducah was in TJn-
. ion City this week conferring with
. our citizens upon the subject with
a view of promoting the enterprise.
It took very little time for our repre
sentative men to assure the sub
scription of $50,000 in stock, pay
able when the road is completed.
This is one of the many enter
prises of a similar kind which arc
now being promoted all over the
United States, several of which are
now in course of construction. One
of these lines runs from Chicago to
New York and the time estimated
for the operation of trains between
the two cities is 10 hours to make
the trip. The quickest time made
by steam roads is 18 hours.
We are informed that the power
station question has been very much
simplified. This has always been
the barrier to electric lines. Sta
tious were expensive on account of
the number required and extensive
outlay of same. Recent develop
mehts have made it possible to oper
ate trains with stations not less
than fifty mites apart and a'much
less expenditure in the construe
tion of these stations.
A new railroad would not be very
much advantage to Union City -un
less it traversed the western por
tion of the county. We have plenty
of road track on the eastern and
southern border. We need a road
from Union City towards Keelfoot
Lake in a southeasterly direction,
and even a road of that kind with
an excessive freight rate would not
help us as much as a good, sub
stantial and reliable public road
Fifty thousand dollars invested in
a hard road from here to the lake
which could be used for, hauling at
all times of the year would be
worth more than a railroad at any
rate of freight that would not pay
a farmer to ship.
Use Sunshine Flour, None better.
The Infirmary.'
An institution of which Union
City people should be proud is the
new infirmarv. located on Church
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Kfrppt Rpvp ral difficult fenerations
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have already been performed there
and each has been successful from
any standpoint. The building is
not large enough to accommodate
the number who have applied for
admission, and quite a number of
rooms will have to be built, when
it will be strictly up-to-date in every
way. The operating-room will be
floored and ceiled on the sides and
overhead with tiling, and the most
modern appliances known to surge
ry will be installed The infirmary,
while private property, will be
open to all physicians alike, and
any one desiring attention can go
there and call for any physician in
the city or county. Miss Emma
Bradford, one of the most skillful
nurses of Nashville, is installed as
head aurse, and she has already
demonstrated her fitness for the
responsible position she occupies.
The boarding department is first
class, had the air of cleanliness
about the institution bespeaks vol
umes for its fitness for receivjngthe
sick. Its success is an assured fact
already.
Our wagon passes your door every
aay; or pnone iuv tor oreaa, cakes,
truits and everything good to eat
Real Hooligan Coming.
Of the three great "hits" in carl
cature, Happy Hooligan, Buster
Brown and the Brownies have out
lived them all, and for all round fun
Hooligan outclasses them all. His
well meaning innocent interterence
in everything conceivable not at all
his business gets him into so many
scrapes it is with eagerness that we
look hastily over our Sunday papers'
funny pages to see and laugh again
at Hooligan. The first and origin
al comedy, Hooligan's Troubles,
written to suit the character, by
Mark E. Swan, is still creating fun
in the best theatres of the country.
The original number one company,
presenting the original Hooligan,
Arthur O. May; the original Freck
les, handsome Grace Burgoyne, and
the original all star company come
to Reynolds Opera House Tuesday
night, Feb, 5. The plot of this
hilarious fun maker, Hoolitran'sl
Troubles, is consistent. There are
twenty-one vaudeville and musical
numbers in the program and an en
joyable evening is guaranteed all
who attend.
Don't chew the rag,
and chew good beef.
go to Cole's
Transferred to Rives.
Walter L. Phebus, who has been
working for the Illinois pentral at
Wickliffe, has been transferred to
Rives and given a night position
with the company there. He re
mains with his family in this city
during the day and goes to Rives
every afternoon.
Fresh and best groceries at J. W.
Cole's, on Mam street.
Salph Davis.
Ralph Davis, the cook at the Pal
ace Hotel, died Wednesday morn
ing, after an illness of about a year.
About a year ago the old negro's
wife died and he became ill a short
time thereafter and has been grad
ually growing worse until he died.
He cooked the first meal at the Ho
tel when built about fifteen years
ago and has remained with Capt.
Reynolds since. He was a faithful
servant and Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds
thought a great deal of him. When
he became ill they procured a room
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near the notel and nad ins wants
supplied and his food furnished
from the Palace kitchen.
Go to Cole's always for the
line of Drugs.
best
Married at Hickman.
J. W. Thorn, a well known citi
zen of the county whose home has
been in the city much of the- time
lately, was united in marriagre to
Mrs. Rose Oman at Hickman Wed-
evening, Jan. 31.
Mr. Thorn and bis bride return
ed to Union City yesterday. They
have best wishes of friends.
The family that keeps on hand and
uses occasionally the celebrated Fkick
ly Ah Bitteks Is always a well reg
ulated family. Allen Drug Co., S. A.
Notice
Having accepted the appointment
and been qualified as the Executrix of
the last will and testament of Jas. T.
Wilson deceased. All parties Indebt
ed to his estate are hereby notified to
come forward and make payment, and
all who hold claims against same es
tate will present them to rue as such
executrix for payment at an early
day. This Janruary B0, 1907.
Mrs. Eunice J. Wilson.
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Miss Mary Swiggart was the
club's popular hostess at the defer
red meetiog last Friday afternoon
The entertainment took place at
the Swiggart home on Main street.
The game was whist and three
prizes were given. Mrs. Aubrey
Wh:pple won the first, which was a
goll beaded purse. Miss Hazel
Hardy was the recipient of the
guest's prize in the form of a hand
painted plate. A beaded necklace
for consolation was given to Miss
Ella Whipple. The rooms were
prettily decorated with carnations
and elaborate refreshments were
served. In drawing for the conso
lation prize a tray of imitation fruit
was served, filled with candy. In
one of these a penny was deposited,
and the player drawing the penny
received the consolation.
Mrs. J. A. Whipple entertained
the club this week. A number of
guests were present as follows
Miss Ottie May Williams, Mrs,
Hunter Elam and Miss Hazel Har
dy. rue club game resulted in a
draw for first prize between Mrs
Hunter Griffin and Mrs. R. M.
Whipple, Mrs. Griffin winning. The
consolation went to Mrs, Whipple.
The retresbmenta were lovely and
the occasion a delightful one.
Review Club.
The Review Club met Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. J. C. Reynolds
with only a few in attendance on
account ot the weather. The les
son was conducted by Mrs. ' Rey
nolds. Miss Gertrude Wallace is
leader for next week. Until the
weather gets better the club will
continue to meet with Mrs. Reynolds.
Cunningham-Isbell.
Mr. Leslie Cunningham and Miss
Mamie Isbell were married at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Isbell, near Wood
land Mills, last Wednesday even
ing, Kev. fenicH, ot Martin, was
the officiating minister.
Mr. Cunningham has been en
gaged in teaching in the public
schools of the county, his last en
gagemeut being with the school at
Clayton. He is a popular young
man and a good teacher. He is
son ot J, u. (Junmngnam, a very
well known and influential citizen
Miss Isbell is also a descendant of
one of the county's best families
She was a teacher too and a young
lady of social prominence and
charming character.
The couple are worthy indeed and
congratulations are numerous.
Mrs. Hassler at Home.
Mrs. Henry Hassler gave a whist
party last week on Thursday after
noon. The occasion was one of the
same character so often enjoyed by
Mrs. Hassler's friends. QThe' home
was attractive and its hospitality
abounded in various ;ways. Three
prizes were awarded. The first for
the largest score was won by iMrs.
L. S. Parks. The second was. giv
en for the greatest number of games
and Mrs. R. M. Whipple was the
captor. Mrs. Henry Dahnke won
the consolation.
Wooden Anniversary.
Mrs. Josh, Adams entertained a
company of friends Wednesday
afternoon, it being the fifth anni
versary of her wedding. Quite a I
number of friends were present.
who enjoyed tht. pleasure afforedat
such a time. The host received
a valuable collection of. presents.
During the afternoon a game of
flinch was played. There were
aecoraiions ot an appropriate na
ture, and a delightful course of
refreshments served.
The linen shower given by Miss
Bessie , Rowland yesterday after
noon in honor of her friend, Mrs. 1
Arthur Scates, will be reported
next week.
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We will continue to sell all
Clothing' CarHnow6ard at JCOST!
Will also sell all Ladies' and Children's ready-to-wear jrarments atJCost
Blankets and Carpets will also be included in this sale. AVehave
the Most Complete Line of Carpets in the City, but we wiHVposi
tively discontinue roll carpets. Come early and get just what you need
Hardy Bros. & Haguevood Co.
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We announce this week the arrival of New Woolens, New Silks, New
Embroideries, New Muslin Underwear, New Ginghams, New
Percales, New Prints. New Mattings, New Rugs. New Lace
Curtains, New Curtain Swisses, New Hosiery, etc. in our
Dry Goods Department.
New Shirts, New Hats, New Collars New Ties, new Hosiery, etc.
In Our Furnishing Department.
Hardy Bros. & Haguevood Co.
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Ixmney'B canaies at Dahnke's..
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This man bought a supply of tobacco with
out acquainting himself with the distinctive taste
of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which has the cheering
qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at
less expense than cheap tobacco.
SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this
paper so that every chewer has had an
opportunity to get acquainted with the
facts and know that drugs are not used
to produce the cheering quality found in
the famous Piedmont country flue-cured
tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS is what he
ought to chew. Still there are chewers
who accept other and cheaper tobaccos
that do no give the same pleasure.
Some day they'll get a taste of the real
Schnapps they'll realize what enjoyment
they've missed by not getting SCHNAPPS
long ago then they'll feel like kicking
themselves.
SCHNAPPS is sold everywhere in 5
cent cuts, and 10 and IS cent plugs,
sure you get the genuine.
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SOLD EVERYWHERE - PRICE $1.00 PER COTTLE
ALLEN DRUG CO., Special Agents.
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