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FAIR PREMIUMS Continued.
h 4 uuiuiiuuiuiuuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuaiuiuiiUHiuiuiuiuiuiun i s NSFORDi BRA 1 LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE and RETAIL LUMBER CUSTOM DRESSING Office, Yard and Planing Mill, j First St Union City, Tenn. . j 5 Special attention given to the retail trade. 3 Let us figure on your house bills. S inminmnimmimnninimiinimmiiifiimtnnimiiiiu x 6i R. KIMBERLIN. ; Fire, Accident and Health Insurance Phnnp OffirA 303? Pesidence. Q2. ?-2 a CARMACK OUT FOE GOVEENOE Could Not Eesist Pressure Brought To Bear On Him. Nashville, Tenn.. Sept. 28. For mer Senator E, W. Carmack'a long expected announcement for govern or came to-day, when be eaid in an interview at Columbia; "I have told every man who asked me that I would be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor. I have not seen the necessity for any formal de claration through the newspapers at this stage. Later I shall prob ably make a fuller statement with respect to my candidacy, but for the present, in view of the general impatience for some definite public pronouncement, I will simply say that I shall offer myself to the Dem ocrats of Tennessee as their candi date for governor, and shall insist that the people themselves make this nomination in a general Demo cratic primary." Senator Carmack's announcement is no news to either his friends or hia opponents. For several weeks it has been known that he would enter the race. In fact, he virtually ad mitted as much to newspapermen ten days ago. It is understood his platform will be for prohibition, against the railroads in politics and against machines. Many of the stauncbest friends of the Senator have urged him not to enter the contest. They have said he could easily supplant Fra Jtier in the Senate, but that if he entered into a bitter struggle with Patterson over the governorship he might not only lose that price, but also all chance to go back to the Senate. It is whispered here, how ever, that Carmack 'figures that tf Patterson is not defeated next year the latter will become so firmly en trenched that he will succeed Fra aier. However this may be, there is no denying there has been tre mendous pressure on the Senator to enter the race. He has been importuned by Dem ocrats from a great many counties, and it is said he has reached the conclusion that be cannot afford to ignore these demands. The interest in the State fair has beed so great even to-day that Car macks announcement created only a ripple. T.be politicians were more interested in the fair than in politics and few of them are talk ing. One prominent Democrat, who supported Carmack ia the Senato rial race, eaid that he regretted Car mack's action; that it was bound to bring on a bitter factional fight and would not unlikely result in a tic- -' v ' "V ' tory in the State for the .Republi can oational ticket. Another Democrat ventured the opinion that Carmack was under rating Patterson's strength and that Patterson was gaining ground every day. He &atd there was no reason why Patterson should not be , indorsed by re-election; that Carmack bad made a hundred speeches last year, emphasizing the fact that he deserved a re-election to the Senate. "Now," said this gentleman, "how are the people go ing to refuse Patterson what he asks for himself?" Gov. Patterson is not in town, and if he were it isn't likely he would ., discuss the subject. His friends, however, are determined to go to work at once. , Easy to Mix This. What will appear very interesting to many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper, giving a simple prescription, as formulated by a noted authority, who claims that be has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or kidney or blad der derangement, in the following simple prescription, if taken before the stage of Bright's disease: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup of Sarsa parilla, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime. A well known druggist here at home, when asked regarding this prescription, stated that the in gredients are all harmless, and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so. He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results, he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and uri nary troubles and backache, as it has a peculiar action upon the kid ney structure, cleansing those most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering. Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial. . Execntor's Notice. Havinsr qualified as executor of the estate of Dr. S. W.Godwin deceased, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file the same duly authenticated as prescribed by law and all parties indebted to the eotate are not! lied to settle the same at once. This eth day of Sept., lf07. Dr. lh T. Butler, 2j-4 ; Executor. sec. HORSES Thoroughbreds. . Herman Dietzel, Superintendent. Stallions, 4 years and over. J J Harrison ALL WORK. Stallions, 4j-ear old and over. H Dietzel, first; J M Glenn, leadings. Brady Erwin Geldings, 3 years old. Ed Harrison, first; Dr. Gourley, sec Yearlings. - II Dietzel, first; Henry M , see Match team. It P Wliitsell Mares, 4 years and over, IT Dietzel, first; O P Smith, sec Mares, 2 years old. R L Thornton, first; J 0 Lawson, see Yearlings. J E Threlkeld, first; Knox narper, sec... Suckling colts. W R Wilson, first; J M. Glenn, Jr, sec - STANDARD BREED. Stallions, 4 years and over. II. Dietzel Stallions, 2 years old. T C Berry, first; Brady Erwin, sec Mares, 4 years and over. C G Alexander, first; T R Reynolds, sec ROADSTERS, Stallions, 4 years and over, n Dietzel, first; J M Glenn, Jr, sec. . Stallions, 2 years old. Brady Erwin. first, T C Berry, sec........ Yearlings. J C Hendricks Geldings, 4 years and over. R. P. Whitesell, first; C. G. Alex ander, sec. Geldings, 3 years old. Chas. Everett, first; Ed Harrison, sec. ... . Yearlings, n Dietzel, first; Will Bondurant. sec Mare, 4 years old and over. C. G. Alexander, first; T. R. Rey nolds, sec , Mares, 3 years old. C G Alexander, first; R L Andrews, sec Mares. 2 years old. H. Wetzel, first; R. L. Thornton, sec......... Mares, 1 yenr old. T. C. Berry, first; Knox Harper, second ColU - Carringe team (raarei or sreldiuirs). R. V. Whitesell, first; F. Armstrong, sec Buggy animal (mnre or gelding). R. P. Whitesell, first; C. G. Aleirti.er, sec Mntched team (mares or geldings!. F. Armstrong, first; R. P. Whitesell, sec Saddle horses (saddle stallion). J. M. Glenn, first: R. A. Tyler, sec .Saddle horses (mare or gelding).. E. Hick, first; Kno Harper, sec Gelding, all purposes. K. Hicks, first; Knox Harper, sec , Brood mares, nil purposes. H. Dietwl. first: C. G. Alexander, sec - SPECIALS. . Lady rider, by Bransford & Andrews. Miss Cora Palmer. Premium, f25 fan. Horse or filly colt, by Alexander & Tisdale. Verling colt, by H. T. Robinson & Son. J. H. McDowell, Stetson hat. Saddle horse (mare or gelding). R. A. Tyler. $10 saddle. w . Best saddle mare or gelding, by Union City Hardware Co.. set $13 harness. R. p. Whitesell. 1 SPECIALS BY ft. A. TYLER, Alfred G. yearling - - ... Alfred G. foal 1907 - - , Handy Andy yearling Handy Andy foul 1907 ..... Colt by H. Dietwl stallion. $25, $1S, $10, $5. - Lady driver, by Gibbs Bros. Miss Mary Harris, $10 in gold. , SHEEP Sam Wade, Superintendent. Bucks, yearlings. Clinton CalHoott...... Lambs. D. A. Edwards .' Ewes, 2 years and over (pen). Clinton Callicott.... . .-j......... Yearlings. Clinton Cnllicott Lambs. Clinton Cnllicott..... Mutton bucks, 2 years and over. C. S. Talley, first; Geo. Bufford, sec Mutton bucks, yearlings. R. L. Andrews, first; D. A. Edwards, sec Mutton lambs. C G. Thomas, first; Geo..Bufford. sec.. Ewes, 2 years and over (pen). R. L- Andrews, first; Geo. Bufford, sec ...... Ewes, yearlings (pen). R. L Andrews, first; Geo. Bufford, sec . . Ewes, lambs (pen). R. L. Andrews, first; Geo. Bufford, sec ... Pen One buck, one 2-yenr ewe. one yearling ewe and one lamb. Clinton Callicott Buck. Clinton Callicott, first; R. L- Andrews, sec ............. Ewe. Clinton Callicott, first; R. L Andrews, sec... i Iimb. R. L. Andrews ....... FOUTLRY Selmo Harris, Superintendent. Plymouth Rock. L. F. Alexander, firet: G. A. Parsons, sec... ............ ... Golden Wyandotte. G. A. Parsons. ..i... White Wynndotte. G. A. Parsons Black Langshan. B. C. Bramhnm . .... .......... t ..... Brown Leghorn. Mrs. Jennie Wnde, first; G. A. Parsons, sec. ... : White Leghorn. L. F. Alexander Black Minorca. Mrs. Geo. Bufford, first and second .... ......... . Black-breasted Red. Bethel Worthington Game Bantam. Bethel Worthington . ..... ....... ....... Pair Bronze Turkeys. G. A. Reynolds . ... , Pair Embden Geese. Mrs. Jennie Wnde... Pair Pckin Ducks. G. A. Parsons '. .... Display poultry. G. A. Parsons Buff Opplngtons. G. A. Parsons........,......'. ........ . Rhode Island Reds. G. A. Parsons...... SPECIALS. Heaviest pair hens, by W. G. Reynolds & Sons. G. A. Reynolds Heaviest pair turkeys, by W. G. Reynolds & Sons. G. A. Parsons.. HOGS Sam Wade, Superintendent. POLAND CHINA OR MAGEE. Boar, 1 yenr and over. S. T. Wnde, first; D. A. Edwards, sec Boar, under 1 year. 8. T. Wade, first; 1). A. Edwards, sec Boar, under 6 mouths. S. T. Wade Sows, 1 year and over. I). A. Edwards, first; S. T. Wnde, sec . Sows, under 1 yenr. S. V. Wade, first; D. A. Edwards, sec... ... Litter of pigs under 6. S. T. Wade Pen. S. T. Wnde j , OTHER FULL BLOODS Boars; 1 yenr and over. E. Tucker . ... Honrs, under 1 yenr. W. J. Beauchamp. ...... ........ Hoars, under 6 months. W. A. McNeill Sows. 1 yrar and over. W. A. McNeill, first: W. J. Beauchamp, sec.. (sows, umter i yenr. w. j. ueauenamp. hrst; w. A. McNeill, sec Sews, under 6 months. W.J. Beauchamp Sow and pigs, under J months. W. J. Beauchamp..... Pen. W. J. Beauchamp, first; S. T. Wade, sec SWEEPSTAKES. Boar, any age or breed. W. A. McNeill, first: D. A. Edwards, sec Sow, any age or breed. 8. T. Wade, first; W. J. Beauchnmp, sec............... Litter of pigs under 6 months. 8. T. Wnde: first: W. . Beauchamp, sec.... Pen. S. T, Wade, first; W. J. Beauchamp, second....... SPECIALS. 4 Best boar any age or breed, by W. G. Clngett. pair tS Shoes. W. J. Beauchamo.l Fattest Hog. by Dr. E. B. Little, 50 pounds pure leaf lard. D. A. Edwards. . . MULES. ; Span mules. B. W. Tull. first; S. R. Brat ton. second Three years and over. B. W. Tull. first: S. T. Wade, second Two years old. B. W. Tull. first; R. H. Cheatham, second.. Yearling. J. W. Latin, first: J. H. McDowell, second , Colt. W. J, Beauchamp. first: C. G. Alexander, second ftiuiesnyage. a. w. run. tint: 8. T. Wade, second.. SPECIALS. Mule colt, by F,d Kirklnnd. W. J. Beauchamo... ."..1. ' Mule colts. H. Dietzel, by Taxpayer, Sunlight and Itmg "torn. J ,; , , (Continned on next page.) W. J. Benchamp. 10 10 5 10 4 6 7 4 4 3 12.50 6 - 10 10 6 5 10 8. 5 7 4 4 4 3 20 8 20 10 7 20 20 5 3 5 2 4 4 2 2 5 3 4 5 3 3 5 4 3 4 2 2 '2 2 5 4 5 5 4 10 10 30 30 10 10 M n 1 25 50 25 50 7 25 1 25 1 25 1 25 50 25 1 25 50 25 S "", 50 1 50 1 50 First Second 5 3 4 4 4 10 2 1 2.50 2 2 i $ 2 1 2.50 2 1 3 $ 10 t 4 8 s 15 10 t p. ::::tiTOM Or will exchange for city property or farming land near Union City, 495 acres of rich hill land in District No. 3, Obion County, IT miles west of Union City, 9 miles south of Hickman, Ky.; 33 acres in caltivatioD, balance in timber; about 125 acres fenced with American wire on black locust and mulberry posts; one good ebiDgle-roof house with 5 rooms, two halls and one porch; also other necessary build ings; good cistern at house and plenty apring water on place for stock. This is an opportunity for someone to miifce a paying investment. Terrm One-third cash, and name your own time on the balance at 6 per cent. Call on or address SMML H. STOKE, It Grocer, Union Cify, Tea o.o':o:o:o::o:::"::::0:::o::o: Date Up-! Jewelry Store M oved I have just gotten moved and straightened out and am now better prepared to give the public the best advantages they have ever had in the Jewelry line. I have some special values in Cut Glass Hand Painted China Silverware ? Lad ICS' Handled Umbrellas Bracelets of all description Lockets Watch Fobs Watches . and in fact anything that is carried in an Up-to-Date Jewelry Store A call will convince you that you can get real. BARGAINS in any line that I carry. All the latest music at 12c and a piano to try them on. Wallace W. Moore 41 m O O tf The Up-to-Date Jeweler 14 t Q O A Good Woman Gone. Sister Marr Hale, widow of the late John B. Hale, quietly passed away at the old home place now oc cupied by her son-in-law, Robert Rowland, oo Sept. 25, 1907, at about 3 o'clock in the morning:. . ' Sister Hale was Miss Mary Co- rum, born Dec. 12, 1832; married to J. B. Hale Nov. 11, 1851, and died at the age of 74 years, 9 months and 13 days. She professed faith in Christ at about the age of 15 years and therefore spent about fifty-nine years in the Lord's service. Sister Hale leaves two brothers! Uncle Mark Corura. of near Union tCity, and Uncle Steve Corum, of Middle Tennessee, with . tea children, a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends to mourn her lcsv feeling that their loss is her gain. She was one of the charter mem bers of Benlah Baptist Church. Her funeral was conducted in that church, attended by a large circle of sorrowing friends and loved ones, and bet remains laid to rest in the cemetery there to await the resur rection morn, when with gladness she will hear the voice of her Lord saying come forth." It was my privilege and pleasure to be Sister Hale's pastor for nine consecutive years and cheerfully bear testimony to her fine Christian character and influence, and we feel safe in saying no pastor ever had a more loyal friend and supporter. She lived to see her ten children living con&Istant Christian lives. May God bless her memory to the good of Ijer many friends and sor rowing loved ones. A considerable part of her last night on earth was spent n singing 'My heavenly home is bright and fair," with the chorus am going home to die no more," The funeral was conducted by the ' writer in the presence ot a large crowd at Beulah church Sept. 26, 1907. May God's blessings rest up on all. Heartily. G. L. Klus. Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Stops the rain and heals the wound. All drug- glsts sell It. 1