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LOYALISTS STAET COLLEGE.
h Bethel College at McEenzie Formally Opened Tuesday. The first educational institution tn ru ptah1isrir! hir tht Tnv1it i j i .-. i ik 4l : - J A gooa cigar is nui mesrCU uy us icuSiu, uUf j "u of the Cumberland Presbyterian Py OUT Oy 'IUH CUUlculUiDUl iuai Die is ui lug duju&ci as uo puus awav. lou il emoy me cigars mai uu uuy ai our Last). ie sen . w - - . . 1 1.1 reliable brands only. e keep our cigars at just tne ngot tempera ture. keerin them always m perfect smoking: condition. v e suit vour ciar taste exactly, for we have no cigar slot machine, and. can cive vou a better smoke for your money than a dealer with a slot machine on hid case. D ahum lie's Cafe The place where all good smokers go. FOR SALE A splendid young Jer sev milch cow. Apply to W. U.An drews, FOR RENT CI1EAP Good grocery bouse, corner Second and (Jhurcn sts. 18tf Apply to G.E.Cobb. FOR BALE-Repristered Jersey Cow with heifer calf. Price $"o. Address C II. Cobb, Union City, Tenn. FOR SALE-Sfcock ewes. Address Maddox & Berry, Woodland Mills, Tenn. FOR RENT Mrs. Rowland's real dence on Harrison street. For par ticulars address Mrs. C. B. Rowland, Union City, Tenn. FOR SALE CIIEAP-Nearly new Remington Typewriter; pood condi tion. Apply to George Bell. FOR SALE Good milk cow and child's gentle pony, cheap. See Dr.' McMichael. GOOD BUSINESS OPENING For an energetic man who can furnish good reference. Experience not neces sary. Address E. E. Forbes Piano Co., 162 N. Main St., Memphis, Tenn., STOLEN Two sorrel mules belong ing to Mrs. Tom Cunningham horse and mare muleeach 15t hands high and about 8 years old. One mule has light mane and tail. A reward of $20 will be given for said mules delivered to JapPuckett, Flbrldge, Tenn. Farm for Sale. In District No 7, in Obion County, 2b miles southwest of Terrell, contain ing 253 acres, 200 acres cleared and 53 acres In good timber, with one house valued at about J 1,250, and four tenant houses, two tobacco barns, good stock barn and wheat house. Price, $10,000. ... Farm is Situated 8 miles from Union City, 7 miles from Martin and 6 miles from Rives. Land is nearly level and lies in an oblong shape extending north and south. Have also, about 500 sheep for sale, of which there are 200 wethers. : For particulars, address U. U. I'AHKlSn, 23-tf R. F. D. No. 1, Terrell, Tenn. was sent to the Senate. There he opposed the acquisition of the Philippines and the acceptance of the Canal; Zone from the newly- created republic of Panama. He Church opened at McKenzir Tues day morning, when Bethel College began its existence. R. L. Baskette and other leaders of the Loyalists left Nashville Mon day afternoon for McKeozie and took part in the inauguration of the school. Bethel College may be termed a reorganization of an old institution which has been in existence under the control of the Cumberland Pres byterians at McKenzie for many years. When the church split on the question of union with the Northern Presbyterians it. with all the otber Cumberland schools and other property, became disputed property. This left the Loyalist division of the church without a rha wi-lhof'ff su easily Ss onf rollea by hi Lartdma 1ThiS'W supported President Roosevelt in his summary discharge of the ne- school recognized as its own prop- gro troops for rioting at Browns- erty. The college had been includ- ville. Cleveland (O.) Record. ed in the property claimed by the unionists, and as the case will not September. isvei- - ry guides Vfc --ii- i the plow, jl m 1 III - twr, -!-. 1 W 4Vca i j - x i Nonet it has v ' I f W I k.-'.'-..v,::-!; - a v I trrr . , " -WjBrt.M, SA v axk- held nrS I X .-"X. . place by two-vVi f M to."V paint JI'JQd heel. connected wiih likely be settled at any early date, In another week September will the Cumberland faction, or Loyal- be upon us. To the eye there is no difference between August 31 and September 1, but to the im agination and the feelings the lurch is great. All through Au gust, no matter whether the breezes blow hot or cold, up to the final moment of the final day, a certain dullness hangs over the world and a recognized laziness possesses most of the race. There ists, determined to begin at once to build up its educational institutions as a guard against misfortune in I the final decision of the courts. This college had been disrupted entirely, most of the faculty re maining with the Loyalists and some going to the Unionists. With no chance for a compromise the school was discontinued and the buildings left vacant, it is said. After it had been declared that is no "r" in the spelling of the the college was no more, at least month, and there is no hustle in until the settlement of the cases in the blood. Men somehow expect court, the Loyalists began to work their fellow-men to live easily and on a new Plan and organized a fac- toil not more earnestly than thev ult-v and incorporated Bethel col- have to. But on the stroke of the first hour of September! The descent of the "r" on the world seems to bring with it a magic that stirs the modern generation to ac tion. ' It summons to the mind the lege, as the property of the Loyal ist faction of the disrupted church. Since all the old Cumberland Pres byterian institutions of the coun try are now either in the hands of the Unionists or are in dispute, the Loyalists are rallying almost solid- IKS The Kingman Commodore Sulky Plow POINTS OF MERIT High Lift, High Grade, Light Draft, Steel Frame, Steel Forgings, Malleable Castings. Result: Great Strength and Duribility. . ... Farmers' Favorite Wheat Drills Sows all kinds of grain, Light Draft, having roller bearings. Seeing it is better than reading about it, but using it is better. Let us show you. . . . . ...... A complete line of Disc and Peg-Tooth Harrows. Pittsburg Perfect Fence and Barbed Wire. Better get that Tennessee Wagon before prices go higher. Majestic Ranges and Buck's Stoves are the best yet. fact that Bummer is really gone ly to the management of Bethel OHIO COMMENT ON CARMACK. Edward Ward Carmack, of Ten nessee, who has come to the end of his term in the United States Senate, to which he was elected in 1900, ia being urged by his friends in his home State to run for Goy ernor. And there are those who would have him seek still greater honors. In fact he has been fre quently mentioned as a Democratic Presidential possibility. Mr. Carmack is of Scottish de scent, though American for four generations, nearly six feet tall, straight, full chested, and of pow erful grip, as befitting one who has lived much out of doors. Left fatherless at, an early age, young Carmack nevertheless de termined to become a lawyer. To that end he went to the celebrated Culleoka school in Maury County. "But 1 nave no money." be said to Principal Webb, "and I will have to work to pay for my tu ition. He paid for his tuition soon after, being admitted to the bar 'in' 1880.,.. . V.: He practiced law at Columbia, and without any solicitation or even knowledge on his part his friends nominated and elected him Justice of the Peace. In 1884 they sent him to the Legislature. He was editor of the Nashville Amer ican from 1886 to 1802, when he became editor of the Memphis Commercial. He was elected a member of the National Iloune of Representatives in 1897 for the Tenth District of Tennessee. But not without a hard struggle on the part of Josiah Patterson, who ap peared before the House and bit terly contested the election. .. v Mr. Carmack's speech before the House,' in which the Republicans constituted a large majority, had much to do with his victory over the contestant. He asserted hi 3 rights and demanded them. From the House Mr. C&rmack and that it is now autumn. Play time is past and the call to work has been sounded. TT1t m mere. remain but a lew more days of the play-time. The sum mer which has sent us into the woods and beside the cooling streams will soon have gone its College with the view of making it a great institution of learning. At the opening session there Tuesday a large number of the most active and influential workers for theLoy alists were present and gave the faculty every encouragement. Dr. J. W. Burney, for many years a fil!l!I (i? UNION CITY HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO. Telephone 164. UNION CITY, TENN. 3E member nf the iartiltv nf the nld fol way, and the turning, falling leaves t0llege, has been elected President JaJ will sound the nojte of death to a 0f Bethel. It i understood that nature that now is green and over two hundred students were (g) living. It we have spent much enrolled Tuesday, and by the first P. ::o GR IS SO MS time out of doors and in the sun- of the coming year it is hoped that shine we ought to be better for the summer. If not, it is all but too late to share , the summer and the idleness which in summer is neither unreasonable nor sinful. Watch September 1, watch the early days of the new month, and you will behold the metamorphosis five hundred will be enrolled. The plan for starting the school only recently materialised, wuica ac counts for the few to attend the opening. R. L. Baskette said: "Of course we expect to win the fight in the end, but we have decided to pro of, the .city, the home-coming of tect ourselves iron misnaps, mis- wanderers, the awakening of busi- fortunes, etc., and will begin now ness, the dawn of a new season of to build up the Cumberland Presby- hopes-and the passing of an old terian Church. We will have noth- Has the exclusive sale in Union City of the celebrated' Golden Gate Coffee Teas, Spices and Extracts.......... one. Courier-Journal. HIDDEN DANGERS. Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Union City Citizen Can ; ; ; Afford to Ignore. ija xvurit oiujnaij jno. l comes from the kidney secretions. They will warn you when the kidneys are sick. Well kidneys excrete a clear, amber nuia. bick moneys sena out a thin. pale and foamy, or a thick, red. 111- 8ineumfj urine, run or sediment and irregular or passage. SlUiNAlj JNO. 2 COttieS trom the back. Back pains, null and heavy, or sharp and acute, tell vou of sick Kidneys and warn you of the ap-1 proacn 01 uropsy, aiaoeies ana urignt's uisease. uoan s juaney nus cure sick ing to do with the union and will build a church that will be stronger than ever. . Co) They are p-uaranteed to be the best ever offered (Rj j.nc opening 01 ccmci ior saie t0 tn.e people ot tnis county College is our first move. Just I watch us aa we You will find our store headquarters for all Are You Making Money? I We will Klve von bin CtiHh Commixion nml nuimnjuou M-cured. None or the prfien nr competitive. You can find out how you cntldo thi by writing to the METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE for particular concerning in Brent Subscription Campaign and the inducements which are belli offered to Representative. Kqually interentlni to old and young. Addreni The METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE 3 WEST TWINTY-NINTH ST. NtW YORK CITY. A. N. DICKSON, I ' proceed and you (g) will see some active work TROT. Dr. and Mrs. VV. P. Roberts were at Dawson last week recuperating. David Bright west to Dyersburg last week to accept a position as pharmacist in a drug store. This perhaps is the last ot ours to appear in the pages of The Com () 1 the good things to be had in any market Two Phones--204 and 230 P. Here's Union City proof J. A uurcnam, 216 2 . Depot street, Union City, Tenn., says: "For years Co) mercial. as we leave soon to enter kidneys and cure them permanentlv. Li- t u: HflrA'i Union CAti ivW- ' S5' "lou w lu, av'ifflVVfeN'RV to than the editors and all the cor- W.... respondents for the kindness they have shown me. . Bildad, P. Grissom 1 Three Delivery Wagons ( kidney complaint gave me all kinds of bother and irritation. The kidnev secretions were weak in their action, contained a heavy sediment there was a heavy dull pain in my back and across the loins. Headaches and pal pitation of the heart also bothered me at times and my complexion was yellow. Dizzy spells and sensations of raintness bothered me considerably. I used several remedies and doctored hut received no relief until I used Doan's Kiddey Pills procured at the Red Cros9 Drug Store. They helped me and gave me great relief from my trouble. 1 am glad to endorse Doan's Kidney Pills and am a strong advo cate for them." . Forsale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Estr&y Notice. Tsiken up and posted in District No. 1, of Obion County, Tenn., by L.J. Gray, one bay colt, I4i hands high, 3 years old. solid bay, warts on head and ixidv, valuvd at $tfi. " . Trios. R. Barrett, Ranger. - In Memoriam. Little Hugh Garland, aged 3 years and 11 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Norton, died at their home ot congestion July 17, 1907. The body was buried at Salem Cemetery in District Number Two. No sad der death ever darkened and clouded the hearts of fond p treats. Like a bright and beautiful flower touched by a wintry blast the petals were folded in death, but death itself could not rob' the tair form of its beauty , and sweetness. As he re posed in his coffin it was aa if he had fallen asleep and would pres ently awake, and indeed he was asleep. "Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep, From which nopi iverwake to weep." OxiWho Loved Him. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YUU ARE MISSING IF YOU DM T TRY Ml" BRANDS. ' I sell Owl and Louisiana Coffees.' I sell Heinz and Libby's Canned Goods. I sell Heinz and Libby's Bottled Goods. I I sell and buy all kinds Country Produce, I sell Genuine Country Lard finest in town. Butter selected with greatest care and kept on ice. If I sell you butter once you will buy again. Phone 421.... V, Ei WALTERS .-Union City A The price of The Commercial is sail never cut the price worth it always Fine Pianos and Organs FOR SALE OR KENT Oil EASY TERMS Phone 505 Union City. Also Soma Melon Bind. "Come on in. The water's fine." "How fine?" "Fourteen carrots and a decayed potato." . More Aggravation. "Does one humorist enjoy another humorist's good jokes?" "Naw. Makes him mad to thick he didn't think of 'em himself." i Some Encouragement. "I asked Miss Sue Brett, of the Brett SUtrx, to dine with me, but she declined." "Gave you "no encouragement, eh?" "Well, she 'said her grandmother, the other half of the sketch would be pleased to go." Pleased for Onca. "YoHf family seems so happy and contented at home." ' "Wait a month. They're lust back from the seashore now." Itching piles provoke profanity, but profanity won't cure thetn. Dwin' Ointment cures ltch!nt bleeding or protruding pilf after yean of ufltr intf. At any drug store. B