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: ? ; i ; : 3 i ; ; ; ; : r : 5 ; 3 i s 5 -3 -3 -3 s 3 3 3 3 -3 -s -3 3 3-? 3 s 1 BakiL'eVCafe I Fine Candies, Fruits and Cigars. We are serving Oysters in any style; also canned Lunch Goods. Decorate the Sunday table with Fruits from Dannke'S. Telephone 109. Union City, Tenn. n ft "1 n n MP ft A Fl A sood cisar is not measured by its length, nor the price you rav. hut bv the contentment that steals over the smoker as he puffs awav. You'll eniov the cigars that you buy at our case. We sell reliable brands onlv. We keep our cigars at just the right tempera ture. keeninsr them always in perfect smoking condition. We suit your cigar taste exactly, for we have no cigar slot machine, and can give you a better smoke for your money than a dealer with a slot machine on his case. Dalhini lie's Cafe The place where all good smokers go. i NEW EATABLES . I have now in stock- New Kraut, Pickles, Sorghum Molasses Grits, Chopped Hominy, Flaked Hominy, Macaroni, Dried Peaches, and all kinds of Canned Goods. These goods were bought before the advance and will sold on a rock-bottom margin of profit. . Phone 180.... S.H.STONE -The Grocer t Clerks-Carrier Examination. The United States Civil Service Commission announces that on Nov. 16, 1907, at Union City, Tenn., an examination will be held for the positions of clerk and carrier in the Post-office Service. This examination offers an op t,w. ....... v a--' ' O persons to enter an interesting field of employment where the salaries compare most favorably with those paid in private employment. Age limit, all positions, J8 to 45 years, Male appicants must be at least Ft feet 4 inches in height in bare feet, and weiirh not less than 125 v v v All persons who have been exam ined for the position of clerk or car rier within the past year and failed to pass may be reexamined upon filincr new applications in due time. This examination is open to all citizens of the United States who comply with the requirements. For application blanks, instruc tions to applicants and further in formation, application should be made to Local Secretary, Civil Serv ice Commission at the Union City Post-office. Applications must be received by the Secretary Fifth Civil Service District, Atlanta, Ga., not later han November 9, 1907. WANTED Every Man, Woman and Child tn Un ion City to call at our store for the greatest strength creator and health restorer which we have ever sold- Vinol.1 It is not a patent medicine, but the most valuable cod liver preparation made by an extractive and concentrating process from fresh cods' livers without a drop of oil to nauseate and upset the stomach and retard Its work, and tonic iron which 14 a needful constit uent for the, blood added. We do not believe there is a person In this vicinity who cannot be bene fitted by Vinol at this season of the year. Vlnol is delicious to the taste, and it is recognized as the greatest strength creator for old people, weak, sickly women and children, nursing mothers, and after a severe sickness. Yluol is unequaled fur hacking coughs, chronic colds, bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles. Creates an appetite, and makes those who are too thin, fat, rosy and healthy, v We have had so much experience with Vlnol and seen so many wonder ful results from its use that we offer to return money without question if it does not accomplish all we claim for ft. The Red Cross Drug Store, Watson & Klnizey, frops, THE NEW GROCER AND CITY MARKET COUNTRY PRODUCE FRUITS CfGARS &c &c I handle Armour . Lard and Cox & Gordon's Meats; Myer Bros.' Best and Louisiana Coffees. Sole agent for Dewey Excellence "Flour. My Meat Market will be open November ist largest and best in the market. My business system gives you a daily statement of your ac count. No chance for mis W. E. WALTERS Two Wagons Phone 421 B. A. Campbell. The subject of this sketch was born Jan., 1846; died Oct. 25, 1907. Mr. Campbell was a native of Ken- tucky, but came to Obion County about thirty years ago, and soon af terwards was married to Miss Sue W. Hubert. This union was blessed with five children as follows: Mrs. Carrie Is- bell, Mrs. Bessie Cloar, Mrs. Jennie Cloar, J. Elbert Campbell and Bob Wesley Campbell. He also leaves a brother and sister, Jane A. Camp bell, Denton, Texas, and Mrs. Cas- sie Walker, Lynnville, Tenn. Mr. Campbell was ft-nd and affection ate father, highly respected , and intelligent gentleman, and an old Confederate Veteran. The memory of an honored name is banded down to the sons and daughters as a comfort in their be reavement. Services were conducted bv the U. C. V. A talk was made by their Chaplain, J. A. Cloar, and the re mains laid to rest in the Old Fre ment cemetery under a bank of flowers. CSEES UP. A J utile h a fetate of minJ. It may- be artificiallj created. It may be caused by indiscreet ac tions of those who think they are averting it. Uneasiness feeds on uneasiness; nervousness is conta gious. A faise alarm may pro duce as great a fear aa a genuine provocation. Ana so those per sons who are to-day busily en gaged in predicting a money panic in the United States are unwit tingly, perhaps helping to bring about what they do not want. They are manifesting in them selves lack of confidence and they are discouraging confidence among others. The psychic effect is sure. The timid, disturbed by what they hear, hoard their mon ey. The banker, observing the mental state of the public and noting the disappearance of mon ey, thinks something dire is about to happen. He refuses to lend money. In turn, those who need money are unable to borrow it. The needy get into straightened circumstances. Creditors, influ enced by the contagion of uneasl ness, go after them. And before long, influenced piled on influence and fear on fear, trouble occurs trouble for rich and poor, employ er and employee. There arrives on the scene that monster known as the money panic. Those whoare now engaged in predicting ' a panic are foolishly doing the worst thing they could do.' They are permitting their imaginations and emotions to en danger their own prosperity and the prosperity of their neighbor, and unnecessarily at that. The Brooklyn Eagle criticizes the bankers who translate conserva tism into cowardice, "in some circumstances, nothing could be wiser," it comments. "When storm is gathering, those who take in a reef or two, those who take precaution, are wise in their day and generation, but just, now the bottom does not happen to be dropping out of things. Inflation has been followed by contraction. The fact that few or no securities are selling above intrinsic values signifies that the water has been squeezed out almost to the last drop. The change has been in the direction of safety and sanity. A year ago almost any wildcat mining scheme would repay the cost of advertising; now it is dif ficult to find a purchaser for a bond backed by a guarantee un questionable. Isn't that sufficient to restore the courage of the most timorous financier?" 1 Exactly. Moreover, the crops have been moved. As the New York Sun puts it, the farmers will "again divide an incredible sum of money, and, as heretofore, they will diffuse it in every conceivable direction," which is to say that there will be a tremendous addi tion to the circulation' of the cir culating medium. Fundamentally everything is oveiy. The clouds in the financial sea are created out of fancy. But since panic is a; mental quantity, even fanciful clouds may. be preg nant with danger. The thing to do is to brace up and cheer up and chase the cloudy vagaries away. Do not let fictitious dangers de velop a real peril. Loosen up, Mr. Banker. And calm down, Mr. Business Man. If anything happens that ought not to happen it will be because of your long faces. Courier Journal. ed at the interview is a secret le tweeii toe two men, but ttere is one guess among the politicians The latter take it for eranted that the Presidency was discussed." Apparently Mr. Bryan is stil seeking to court Mr Hearst's favor Except when news obligation re quires it the Hearst papers take no notice of Mr. Bryan, and then only in a brief manner. This, of course, distresses Mr. Bryan. Thamos C.Allen, of Lincoln, Nebr., is the Secretary of the Democratic State Committee, and the brother in-law of Mr. Bryan. Replying to a question as to whether Mr. Bryan is a candidate, he is quoted as saying "Certainly he is. Mr. Bryan has not made much of a se cret of his intentions along that line. So I am not divulging one in making that statement." Asked if Hearst would be in the running, brother-in-law Allen re plied: "Hearst? Why, Hearst will get in the indorsement of the In dependence League for President and will use this as a means of try ing to force his nomination by the Democrats. It is my confident be lief that Mr. Hearst is systemati cally making the race, else why would he have organized the In dependence League? But Hearst will fail to get the Democratic in dorsement or nomination; of that there can be no doubt. He has done nothing recently to endear himself to the Democrats of this country and certainly nothing that would tend to place the Democrats under any other obligation to him."; While Mr. Allen was saying this in Lincoln Mr. Bryan was in con ference with Mr. Hearst in the lat ter's house in New York. There is really no news in , Mr. Allen's statement that Mr. Bryan is a can didate, but his calling on Mr. - tin -V Hearst is significant, tte.is evi dently anxious to make friends with the man who has snubbed him. Nashville American. BRYAN AND HEARST. While Mr. Bryan was in New York he paid a visit to Wm. R. Hearst in the latter'e home. Capt. William Astor Chanler, who is suing Air. liearst for criminal ibel, says that he called at Mr. Hearst's house and found Mr. Bryan there. A news item in the World says: "Though it was thought that almost every moment of the Nebraskan's movements in he city were chronicled, it turns out that he slipped away from the newspapers new long enough to vis it Mr. Hearst and have what the politicians now look upon as a sig nificant interview. What occurr- Make It Yourself. There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an eminent authority, who writes for readers of a large Eastern daily paper, will be highly appreciated by those who suffer: 1 , Get from any good pharmacy one- half once Fluid Extract Dandelion. one once Compound1 Kargon, three onces of Compound Syrup as Sar eapariila. Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonf ul dos es after each meal and at bedtime; also drink plenty of good water. It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple home-made mixture, and in most cases a per manent cure is the result. This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimina tive tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter arid strain from the blood and system the poisons, acids and waste matter, which cause not; only Rhematism, but numerous oth er diseases. Everyman or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active, or who suffers from any urinary trouble whatever, should not hesitate to make up this mixture, as it is cer tain to dp much good, and may save you from much misery and suffer ing after while. , , Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients cr mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them. 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