OCR Interpretation


The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, August 02, 1907, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Tennessee

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89058321/1907-08-02/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE COMMERCIAL
MARSHALL & BAIRD. Editors and Publisher
Entered at the post office at Union City, T"n
ttetigee, at aecond-cluaa mail matter.
ONE DOLUR A YEAR ,
Telephone: 103
FRIDAY. "AUGUST 2,1907
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
. FOR TRUSTEE.
S. K. BKATTON,
We are authorized toannounce S. R.
Bratton a candidate for Trustee of
Obion County, subject to the action
of the Democratic party.
o. w. WOKLKY.
We are authorized to announce G.
somewhere. As the county grow
the expenditures are bound to in
crease. Are toe taxes increasing
in the same proportion? Perhaps
thej are in some portions of the
county, but how about the county
as a whole?
i nere is a discrepancy some
where. Somebody is not paying
his portion of tribute, or else Caesar
has been extravagant.
Who is to blame?
GUY WALKER.
In this week's Commercial we are
authorized to present the name of
Guy Walker as a candidate for
Sheriff of Obion County. Mr. Walk-
W. Woi lev a candidate for Trustee of er has been considering- the race for
yo on uuumy, suuject w uie action 60me time. but did nft take Apfin-lt(,
action upon the matter until last
week, when he annniinreH hi
vve are autnomea to announce nar- AXA . .. , .
ris Parks a candidate for Trustee of "uuluaiJ ttl luc ng- m "e
Obion County, subject to the action of County Committee. Mr. Walker
the Democratic party. wa8 reared in the county. He is a
j. n. sandeus. citizen of the Twelfth District and
WeareauthorlzedtoannounceJ.il. has served with credit as Deputy
Sanders a candidate for Trustee of e. .a , . . , r J
Obion County, subject to the action of Ssheriff for a period of seven years.
of the Democratic party
HAKUIS PARKS
the Democratic party.
FOR SHERIFF.
K. N. TANKEKbLEY.
We are authorized to announce R.
I He was the first game warden ap
pointed in the county, holding that
place for two years. Again last
year he was honored by his fellow
N. Tankersley a candidate for Sheriff emocrars in nis election as a mem
of Obion County, subject to the action ber of the County Democratic Ex-
M A. I. - X I A . I
01 uie ueniocrauc pany. ecutive Committee from the Twelfth
T. J. EA8TKRW00D.
We are authorized to announce T. J.
Easter wood as a candidate for Sheriff
of Obion County, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic party.
t. r. NOAH.
We are authorized to announce Tom
OUR EXCHANGES.
District. This was the reward of
his unswerving loyalty and faithful
service to the party. Mr. Walker's
record as an officer and his charac
ter as a citizen both entitle him to
the confidence of the people and
P. Noah as a candidate for Sheriff of the full and complete consideration
Obion County, subject to the action 0f his claims as a candidate for
of the Democratic party. , c 38 a candldate. tor
Sheriff. He is a worthy citizen, a
GUY WALKER. , , , a j a ,
, good officer, and if entrusted to the
We are authorized to announce Guy jllf f ci,orjff
Walker a candidate for Sheriff of dutie8 of Shenff Wl11 undoubtedly
Obion County, subject to the action of make as good a bberiit.
uie Democratic party; election Nov. 30
We
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
TAX ASSESSOR.
are authorized to announce
Luther Parks as a candidate for Tax
Assessor of Obion County, subject to
trie action or trie Democratic party.
Election Nov. 30, 1007.
L. 0. PARKS.
Luther O. Parks announces this
week as a candidate for Tax As
sessor of Obion County. Mr. Parks
is a native of the Sixth District,
residing with his relatives in the
northern part of the district until
THE COUNTY. I he was a vouner man. About nine
There is about to come a time in j years ago he located in Union City
the history of Obion County when where he has been engaged in the
a reckoning will be necessary. The pursuit of contracting and building
finances are evidently reaching a He has served as district assessor
stage which should have attention, for three consecutive years, and his
Appropriations are piling mountain work has been generally approved-
high and taxpayers are not more Luther Parks is a man of good,
patriotic than they were in years sound judgment, conservative, fair
gone by. The taxpayer has a minded, and for the work of as
right to protest it the revenues are sessor he is particularly suited and
not properly apportioned. He has well qualified. The tax assessor
a better right to demand the prac- of Obion County should be a citi
tice of economy. The citizens of zen of the best character. He should
the county are the taxpayers, large be able to command the respect and
and small, and the citizen who fur- confidence of his fellow-citizens
nishes material should not cbarge Moreover, he should understand the
the county more than he would his relative value of real estate and tax
friend or neighbor. If he charges able property. He should neither
more the act is a gross injustice, be an extremist nor a man who
It should be called dishonesty. We would be easily misled from doing
have no proof that anything of this hid duty. He should know how to
kind is done in Obion County, make intelligible reports. In fine
Neither have we a right to criticize the qualifications necessary for a
our magistrates in the absence of good tax assessor would fit a man
evidence that public money has for any county office. These we
been wasted. But forewarned is believe are Mr. Parks' qualifica
forearmed, and pursuing this idea tions. He is also a good Democrat
we invite attention to these mat- and his candidacy is offered subject
ters. V to the action of the party. We take
On the other hand the taxpayer pleasure in presenting his name to
has no right to expect his neighbor the voters of the county.
to pay more than an equal pro rata
of the tax. If a man, who has been ''Dearie" Defended.
paying taxes on his land at $20 an Popular songs have a new de
acre, sells that land for $50 or $60 fender in the Rev. J. A. Quayle, of
an acre in cash, the land to be used Chicago. Just so long as joyous-
for ordinary purposes, he has not ness, pure joyousness, is the key
been acting in good faith toward note of a song the Illinois divine
his fellow taxpayer who pays taxes thinks it is all right,
at $40 an acre on the same charac- This lets "Cheyenne," "San An
terofland. The citizen who prates tonio," "When Dreams Come True,"
or poses as an honest man should "He's a Cousin of Mine" and many
shrink from such an act, and yet of the other favorites (words and
appearances do not favor many mu8ic ten cents) into the fold, and
men when it comes to assessing crowns "Dearie" queen of the May.
their property. It was shown in But "Pin a Rose on Mother's Grave"
last week's paper that the Tbir- and "You Never Miss Father Till
teenth District paid nearly double His Coin Runs Out" go into the
the land tax of any other district discard.
in the county. The houses and
lots in Union City are taxed on still
. :iKku tn:
a more cquimuic uan. j. ncj aic
taxed at almost every dollar they
are worth in cash and more perhaps
on the amount invested than any
town in the State. Number Thir-
Kissing and songs of pure joy
ousness, which gush from the in
nermost springs of the heart, have
their legitimate place in the world,
so Dr. Quayle 6ays. There's an
excuse tor "Kissing Molly in the
Moonlight because osculatiou is
teen pays almost one-seventh of the the most naturai meana 0f express
taxes of the entire county. Is this
proper? Is it right? Union City
and Thirteen are not complaining,
but does it not look to fair-minded
people that other portions of the
county are not bearing their rela
tive portion ot the burden?
We have intimated trouble in bur
finances. May it not be due to the
ing affection, and of course such
delightful person as Molly, and th
moonlight, needs no defender.
All songs of the heart-wringing
order are not legitimate, according
to Dr. Quayle, and consequently
must go into vaudeville and mov
ing picture shows, where they can
have a rainbow setting and be ac
. With everything increasing In price,
from spool cotton to ham sandwiches,
how is a poor man to live? Memphis
Commercial Appeal.
Bob Taylor declares that the im"
provement of our waterways is the
hobby that he will ride in the Senate
A man with a hobby like that lscer.
tain to cut some ice. Nashville Amer
ican.
Kentucky churches are still popular
places of resort for those who desire, to
engage in divine worship and tak 3 a
few shots at family enemies. " Religion
and neighborhood feuds go hand in
hand in the Bluegrass State. Spfing
field Herald
The Alabama editors met tho past
week at Montgomery, with "a large
and enthusiastic attendance." ,It was
thought by some that the abolition of
the railroad pass would kill t he asso
ciation. What does any editor care
for the little matter of a railrcad pass'r
Knoxville Sentinel.
A man plucky enough to enter
senatorial race at the age of "5, able
enough to win out, and strong enough
to hold his own in the Senate for
eleven years, six years after the four
score mark that was Senator Pettus
of Alabama, who, honored . and re
spected, has just passed away. Nash-
ille Tennessean. .
All hail the presence of a real, live,
active Commercial Club whose object
is to bring capital to the county for
investment to cause those who have
money to invest it and become active
workers to help all business now here
to provide work for the laboring man
and to see that his wages are increased
to reward all home-loving citizens
and to kick all kickers beyond the
limits of the State. Lebanon Banner.
The West Tennessee Wholesale Gro
cery company, Martin, continues to
make rapid strides. The latest addi
tion of this well known and very pop
ular firm is the erection of a private
telephone line from Martin connecting
with their branch house at Union
City. This line will be erected at
once and will prove of inestimable
value to the firm, as there is a great
deal of business transacted between
the main house at Martin and the
branch at Union City. Dresden En
terprise. It is announced now that the trust
will soon advance the retail price on
thread to ten cents per spool. The
trust has grown so fabulously rich at
the old price of 5 cents per spool that
it is able to strangle and crush every
competitor that arises. This trust is
one of the products of the protective
tariff, and the most effective way to
fight it is to put thread on the free
list. Isn't it strange that a great
nation like the United States will
cling to a tariff which robs the people
to build up and foster such aggrega
tions of wealth? McMinnville Stand
ard.
Constipation causes headache, nau
sea, dizziness, langour, heart palpita
tion. .Drastic pnysics gripe, sicKen,
weaken the bowels and don't cure
Doan's Regulets act gently and cure
constipation, zacents. Askyourdrug-
gist. ,
d)
CCD
mm.m
Have You Tried
Sunshine
Flour?
Ask your grocer for it.
NONE BETTER
Dahnke-Walker Hilling Go.
Ask us for prices when selling your grain.
:::::::: :: ::::::::.:
I
WM. MOORE
- !
TAILOR
Agent for the celebrate 1 gar
ments of the International
Tailoring- Co., the largest
Madtvto- Order Clothing
House in the worid. These
garments are made to order
at the same price you pay
for good ready-made clothes.
TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
PRESSING
CLEANING
REPAIRING
POPULAR PRICES
Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1
Over Bmnsford & Andrews 4
F. and A. M.
Union City Lodge No. 531, F. and
A. M., meets on the first Friday night
in eacli month at the lodge room in
the C. B. A. building. The presence
of all members isearnPsMy requpstod.
Visiting members always welcome.
T. E. Marshall, W. M.
It. F. Batts, Sec.
memory ; COmpanied by tremble music-Ten-
tem anf not the administration of , .
the county court? Trouble has
been sighted and there is a cause - Use Sunshine Flour. None better.
Summer Board.
Corn in cans
And old potatoes,
Shriveled peas
And sad tomatoes.
Doubtful beef,
Tough bread and biscuits;
Custard pie
, But who will risk It?
Weary men
And weary women
" Tennis, golfin',
Boatin', swimmin',
Hammock down,
Chairs taken, and a
Spooney pair
On the veranda.
"He's a chump,"
And "She's no lady!"
'Did you hear
About Miss Sadie?"
Up at 6
For breakfast forage
Sawdust food
Eggs from cold storage.
Gnats and bugs, . ,
Mosquitoes, chlgres
Water filled
With wig-wag wlggers.
Man who swears ,
And wife who mutters,
Dame who bites
Each word she utters.
Girl with youth v
A-leaning to'rd her
Sonic are bored
And some are boreder!
St. Louis Republic.
How's This? i
We offer One Hundred Dollnra RrivnrH titt out
enseof Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall
CutAirh Cure-
F. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
We. the umlenitjrocri. have known K. J. Cheney
for the last fifteen yenrs. nnd believe him per
fectly honorable in fill husinesn transactions and
financially able to carry oiitanyoblitratioim made
by hi firm.
, WAt.nTKO. KmA! & Marvin.
. Wholesale Unijrirists. Toledo, O.
H;il!'s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly nin the hlcori and mucous aurfaccs of
the system. Testimonials sent free, price 75c
per bottle. Sold by all Dnwrirists.
Take Hall Family Pills for constipation.
II
DR. R. M. LEAKE,
Physician and Surgeon
Office in the Nailllng Building.
Telephone No. 231 r
Office 2 rimrs; Residence 3 rinjrs.
..-I 1 Union City, 'Tend.
?! l
rS.
It's to agon Wisdom that prompts a farmer to
select a Weber Wagon. He knows that the 61 years
experience in wagon building which stands behind
every wagon is a guarantee that when he buys a
Weber he buys the highest quality. Sixty-one years
of wagon building have resulted in the Weber wagon
of today, which, for correct design, excellence of
material and conscientious construction, stands with
out a peer King of all farm wagons.
AGENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL HAY PRESS
ALEXANDER QX TI5DALE
V Union City," Tivf.
C. N. LANNOM. H. C. 6TANFIKLD.
LANNOM & STANFIELD,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAVV,
Union City, - Tenn.
Money to loan on loDg time at low
rate of interest.
Office up-stalrs over Postal Tele
graph office. Telephone 255.
DR. PAUL S. JOYNER,
DENTIST
Office over Allen Drug Co.'s store
Offiice Phone 283
Residence Phone 346
PAINT! PAINT! PAINT!
Experience has made most of us realize that it pays to buy the
article of merit, particularly such an article as paint! It costs Just
as much time to put on cheap paint as good paint, but think of the
time it will last. The paint of quality that has proved its dura
bility is the REAL cheap paint.
High Standard of Lowe Brothers
Is proving its durability constantly. Prepared by the most Modern
and careful methods, it has long been noted for its covering power,
lasting qualities, wearing evenly by gradual wear and finally leav
ing a good surface for repainting. These are the requirements of
good paint. For desired results use the best paint.
' The paint of Lowe Brothers GIVES BEST RESULTS.
UNION CITY GROCERY COMPANY
SPECIAL AGENTS
Phono 77. ' H. LICON, 'Manager.
DR. WILL A. NAILLING,
Physician and Surgeon;
Oitfice: NAILLING BUILDING. -.
Office Phone 415
Residence Phone 412
Hours
9 to 10 a. m.
2 to 4 p. m.
Jl.LOVISVN0N STATION
CAIRO
HEPIDIAN
1 ' "OBiieSa
NEW OBLtANi
MOKTGOMCffY
JACKSONVILLE
TIME OF TRAINS AT'
UNION CITY.
(Effective April 14, 1907.)
. SOUTH-BOUND.
No. 1, Jv Union City . '. 4.30 p.ni
No. 3, (Havana Limited). . . 4.18 a.m
No. 5, lv Union City 4.23 a.m
No. 15, leaves (week days).., 8.00 a. ra
NORTH-BOUND.
No. 2, lv Union City 12.10 p.m
No. 4, (Havana Limited).., 12.24 a.m
No. 6, lv Union City 11.59 p.m
No. 12, leaves (week days). . . 1.55 p.ni
Only the handsomest of Pullman
Library Observation Sleeping Cars,
wide Vestibuled Coaches and Dlnlnir
Cars, with Electric Lights and Fans",
are used in the Limited. For all in
formation call on your Home Agent,
ir write Jno. M.Beall, General Pas
senger Agent, St. Louis.
R. J. BARNETT, Agent. '
. V. Taylob, Jno. M.bcall,
Geaml Manager, General Famniier Agent,
MOBILE, A1.A. BT. LOUIS, MO.
N..C& St. L. TIME TABLE.
BAST HOUND.
No. 55, ar Union City...... 7.46 a.m.
No. 3, " " 3.06 p.m.
To. 53, ..; 11,15 p.m,
WEST BOUND.
No. 52, ar Union City . . 6.44 a.m.'
No. 4, " " .... . 12.46 p.m
No. 54, " 7,52 p.m.
GEORGE B. WILLIS, Manager
WEST TENNESSEE MONUMENT GO.
DEALERS IN
American and Foreign Marble and Granite Monuments
Get our prices on all kinds of Cemetery Goods, Curbing,
Building Stone, &c. All work finished in first-class style.
West of Semones & Sons' Foundry.
i!0N CITY, TENH.
The price of The
Commercial is
11 rr
We never cut the price
It's worth it always
Illinois Central
RAILROAD.
SOUTHBOUND.
No. 1, Paducah Junction..., 6.06 p.m
No. 3, " " ... 5.37 a m
No. 103, " .... 5.15 a.nr
No. 105, " . , " .... 3.46 p.m
.1&, .: - " .... 5.51 a.ia
Train No. 105 nj 183 re rcommolfit!orn
n'l top t Ptdncab Juuctioo lo recfive or die
charge paaaeugera.
NOKTHBOUND.
No. 2, Paducah Junction. ... 9.45 a.rn
No. 4, ....12.15 a.m
No. 104, " ....12.05 a.m
No. 106, ' ....mo p.m
No. 134, " .... .10p.m
Tralni No. Vi ad 10 are accommodaUouii.
Tlckf t arc! partlrnlara aa to tpcrlflr ra!p
limit aii'l train time of yonr home ticket ih t
-C. U. Colliua, J'ulocah Juih tion.
1. W. HARLOW, D. P. A., Loulnvllls.
A.J.McDOCSALL.D.P. A., New Orwam
4. H. BAK0!. O, r A., iVO, A. OOTT, l.O.T A
Chicago. Alemi.riii
V. ; -
I

xml | txt