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II For the next 20 weeks, beginning October 4, 1907, the following merchants and business firms will give a ticket with every 10-c cash purchase, which vou can vote for the church, lodee or individual of vour choice. The one receiving the greatest number jpf advertising votes gets the piano free. ' I Sealed Ballot Box at RED CROSS DRUG STORE. I Godwin & Williams Groceries and City Markets Sgc 20S Main Street TUfl CTflRF? Cor. Home and College ,,, . 1'houes 79 und 536 IHUOIUIlt phone 96 For Insurance on Farm Property -- - , . . - , - - Life or Fire Insurance r . ............ SEE, WRITE OR PHONE $ 'DAVIS, BRAMHAM & CO. " J. F. CARTER. li w n CA AOFTT CO - Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings. 222 South First St. Telephone in Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton and Ingersol WATCHES Wallace W. Moore lowolor and nnfipion Jvitmwa wnu wwiiwiuil llnlnn PSfw viiiuil UllJ, Tcfiil. Flione 306 , Dealer in High -Grade Hand-Made Harness. md Repairing and Rubber-Tirinjr a Specialty, Fine Team Harness aud Saddles. We give votes on everything in our hue. NAILlING-KEISER Hardware C. i (Incorporated. Successors to H. DIETZEX,.) V v Ws Give Voles on Everything. REECE ALEXANDER The Up-to-Date Livery Stable Prices Reasonable Union City, Tenn. 1e and Double Rigs Phone trt I f ! t 1 & MORGAN arber Shop for tip-to "ckets given in Piano ?iurch Streets. I- -i' .... Can do your ifinting and give you satisfaction. Fine Stationery a specialty. Ti'XeU-ntth even order. . , . . - - ' 1,000 to be GIVEN AWAY Everybody gets a Cigar at Kirkland's Xmas morning CALL AND GET YOURS, IT'S COMIIS TO YOU I 7 -' ' Jno. W. Bransford President J. H. Jlintou V-Pres. K. P. Bransford Sec.and Treus. Bransford Lumber Co. Wholesale and Retail dealers, in ': Lumber, Shingles; Lath,.Doors, Sash, Blinds, and Builders' Supplies Yards and office on First St.,' v llfllnil P.iff TPM! , near N.. C. & St. h. K. R. 4 UIUUII Ulljf, ICIitl. Dahnke's Cafe Bakers and : Confectioners Phone 109 Cigars Candies Oysters Union City Ice & Coal Co. Sole agents for BON AIR COAL BEST AND CHEAPEST. Red Cross Drug Store First aid to the sick Wholesale and retail '" Watson ix. Kimzey, rrops . leiepnone j Piano is on Exhibition at WALLACE W. MOORE'S JEWtLRY For High Grade Pianos, Tuning and Repairing, call on S. A. Carter. Tickets given on every dollar purchase. l.wsfc, Mil iwiiii l m alia as 2 WEBSTEE DEFINES PLAGIARISM As the Act of Appropriating and Giv ing Out as One's Own the Literary or. Artistic Work of Another. "The Warrens of Virginia," a new war play, said to have been written by Wra. C. DeMille, under the guidance of David Belasco. was brought out on Iec. 3. ; Irom the critbis'nis in the newspapers, I suspected that some of my material had been purloined, and on seeing the piece I at once recog nized five incidents taken from my plays, "After the Battle" and "Leila's CaptiYewhich bad been placed with I Mrs. DeMille (mother of Wm. C. De f Mille)for sale more than two years ago. J An Indefinite number of plays may f be expected from Wm. C. DeMille and bis "mentor," David Belasco (an Jndi v u in iiiiiAiiiiiiin iiiiiiijuiiiiijii i.iir:iii.' matic world for his skill in adapting , borrowed material, yet keeping with- ; in the limits of the law (if they have access to the material of others, as tbey appear to have had to mine, and later on some of my comedy incidents way appear. : On October 16, 1905, 1 carried the two war plays just mentioned and two comedies to Mrs. DeMille who styles linrcolf ' A nrlirtr'a T?anpDGAnf atJtTn" and now hold her receiptsfor the con odie" and one war play, "Lelia's Cap That she read "After the Battle' proved by a note from, her, now in possession.' In 19!)4 I employed the 'i-known stage manager, Mr. R. A. 't4APut ,A." the Battle" in i;e for tnVftve'. Searing nothing ;t Mrs. DeMille, I toolc' Mr Eob i ' adaption to her thinking that Lap she would then become icter- 1. As Mrs." DeMille was still si- , I called for both copies,, and re d Uieui in the summer of 190f5. J.ap Mrs. DeMille realized that n's feeble imagination could :-upply any forcible or original Mii! thnfi he needed intellectual , iLerefora organized her bust A i; t iKr'n Cepreseotati ve," . ;'. 1 in vie. - ' ' i I oinfc that a similar . u-m than one au J ; ' but it is v-;;a. c. . ' : ; ... - ...I "A U il la- but the amalgamation was made by such a practiced hand that my sole redress is to acquaint the public with these facts. "The truth is mighty and will prevail " ' ' t ; t Mas. Fannie C. Bakclat. CUBE YOUR KIDNEYS. Do Not Endanger Life When a Union City Citizen Shows You the Cure. Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, back ache, urinary disorders, lameness, headaches, languor, why allow them selves to become chronic invalids, when a certain cure is offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to use, because it gives ts the kidneys the help they need to perform their work. ill STB E M n jrjf 1 1""11"1 'f 'f' ij '' ' ' mm -i- .r. ; V "A V f w Z lit a i: dome t Forge, revol 3Robert cordial a evenip;' was Ci speech ; thanks 1 plans-'-:. ' 1 ? a to i ... J . Mr. Eola-i i -ake a curtrun "ry graceful! -z for their ap i very well set, prettily aud correctly costumed, and was fivea a smooth pioduciion. - It isfulif i t vps of the most thnll 'ifr I i'.I. Mr, I'jbcrts, outside ot bis ; 'i'iK'1": ';;p, is a good actor., Mr -. il.. . ts, as Virginia Preston, w . - j-' .t;- and graceful. The sup- i portiu company was good--;-'Nash- ville (Tenn.) Banner, Jan. 1, 1902. y j be presented at Reynolds ; . era Ilouae Friday night. Jan. 10V its -MMmim MWmmi Q ! The above design by the McCall Co'., of Kew. York, Fashion Publishers and Manufact'vieTs of McCall Pitterns. cloth gowns j intended for afternoon receptions, very smari rrofi ortbis kind lately ieen ati ifth Avenue dressmakers -was of white broadcloth with one of tfc6 long trailing Freru li skirts, trimmed around the bottom with a four inch? band of sealbkin, The jacket had deep' collar and cuffs of the same fur and the four large" but tons used for closingthe garment were also covered with the seahklQ." ' . A great many fur taaue art1 worn, ad,: oco'bectpic'ces, luulftocci jackets galore, j Every woman wbb can afford it has a set of temefntlilf Yiir'. NEW YONK FASHION LExyFER.' Grecian Hair Dressing Quantities Maline Used Evening HatsF Motor Coats Waists For I Theatre New Trimming Effect Tulle has always been a most u evening fabric, and in past se;i embodied iri the costume of a d chaf Sha are 1 thosA at re' rel?-v "Vtali thlt. has always this leading .house, O.C reduMjons in prices iry kiken;; advantage of by oo obtain high-i-lafurs J rates,, especially as their ' yond .question. Coats " rreat variety; in V, from beaver .wdllaby, Public Till and Thieves. ' i Waslungton, Dec, 28. -Althqugh more than a quarter of a century has rascrt since President, Garfield was a-iassinated only about oneTthird of the bills presented for medWal atten tion, supplies furnished ajrid funeral expenses have ever beep paid and are not likely to. . " ' ' . "; I A determined effort will be made at this session of Congress to get through bills authorizing the payment of some .tSeseyy.claims, a tew of them beiDg or very luve sums, oui as congress ' OB , the 3d of JariHarv ated $w,1Q0asthn' erriendftd irrthe fur every expci long illness of his funeral ex appointed to cliims, it is l action-will 1 the llquida amounting t amount of al gating $120,0ii President T! fny won't sffuer five minutes with o'if you apply Dr. Thomas' Eclec- , ' ; oil at once. . It acts like magic. yiio is Your Banker? We want to remind you (1) thjt the First National is a naiio&r bank, and as such ia under the special supervision of the United States Government; (2) that it is the only national bank in Obion County; (3) that it is the oldest panic m Ubion County; (4) that it is the largest bank in Obion County; (5) that it has larger surplus and profit than any other bank in Obion County; (6) that it furnishes to its depositors the : largest security of any bank in Objou County; (7) that it has $213,000 in deposits; (8) that its total resources are more thaa $340,000, and (9) that its liberality and fair and generous treatment of its patrons (and frequently to those not its patrons) is unsurpassable,' extraordinary and worthy of more than a passing remark. Every statement herein made is not made sn any vaunting or boastful spirit but because it is true to the letter and capable and susceptible "oi sworn to documentary proof offered by the First National through any of its officers. Think over tnese thjri.s;v',-S' ani candidly when inr banker and "M3ep08it f i r 1 paid bi ;-he total ed aggr& tante or used to soften the corsa. 1 I 1 I 1 1 A one, of the lseases, cure betes, dropsy n. Kead this If you have any symptons of Ki yourself now, bel or bright's disease Union City tostlmo Mrjftjll. A'., Reaves,.. 123 Home St., Uok&Tity, Tenn., says: "I had kid ney trouble for years, there was a dis tressing kidney weakness, hard dull backaches, pains in the loins and near the region of -the kidneys which were also disordered arid the secretions con tained a sediment. '; Dizzy spells oc casionally attacked me, my skin be came yellow and there was a flutter ing of the heart, and 1 had pains all through my body and limbs'. . I ased several remedies and also doctored but the trouble did not cease until Doan's Kidney Pills, which I procured at the Red Cross drug store, cured me. I did not get cured at once, but by a thor ough, steady test which lasted several weeks, and in that time 1 used about ten boicea of Doan's Kidney Pills. There is tithing that I could .say that would do justice to tliem for the cure I received from their use, but I will do what I can to let people know how they cured me and what sgood opinion I have of thni." . For sale by all driers. Price CO cents. Foster-MilburaCo.-Buffalo, "N. Y.. sole agents for -Mbe United States. ; ' - . " . Remember the name Dean's and take !! other. " '. , - Property' For Sale.' ' . " -i'd dwelling and b u siness house V".''". r.:"-: T..-th ; 'aces - ' ',9.'" !1 WntlLQn rf foc;l-,lrtr : Tf 1 dispensable for giving those soft.fi il touclies so necessary to a succs.'.1 evening gown. Bnijjar malin. to srive it the modern namp.. has t.;i! , i a new lease of !e and is emnlnvpii in several nove,lays. .One of the ruos striking fashions is Us use in tho ren ing coiffure in what is called the slre- cian hair dressing when bands of ma line arejdrawn through the softly wav ing lpcks. - . , . ..; ,-, . EVENING HATS." . .. . . : Most attractive hats for bothelay and evening wear are elaborately trimmea with msline, which takes the form of full pleated crowns of thick frills used as garnitures. These frills are made from several folds of the material and plaited to make them stand up stylishly. When the new moisture proof maline is used for this purpose this trimming is nearly imperishable, as it isjmpervi ous to weather. A great many dressy hats are made entirely of pink, pale blue or white maline and trimmed with flowers or feathers "Beautiful neck pieces and boas of shirred tulle with muffs to match have teen made to accompany the fashionable evening cloaks.' -. ,.":. '. WAISTS FOB THEATRE WEAE. ' The smart set are trying to Intn duce the collarless waists for. theatre wear, in New York. In the theatres here one never, sees the women in decollete gowns. These are reserved for the opera and for private func tions, and for, this reason nirny peo ple consider that our playhifJses do not present as brilliant an ajvis rsrance as the' London theatres, wjf tie full dress Js obligatory. So as sort of compromise society is tryirf bard to bring In the waist withotu a collar, cut down very slightly li'i-be neck in what is called the round, 'ateli .-tyle. ! To women with plump 'end pretty throats this fashfon Appeals str:;r;rlv but the too slendermaidert r" lace, w ith fancy silk it Tjinjfc'-cnhAcomif Red Cross Drug Store Asks Catarrh Sufferers to Try Hyomei on Their Guarantee. " ; .'.; ; .y ; The Red Cross Drug Store invite all who suffer from any form of catarrhal troubles t6 get a Hyomei outfit from them with their absolute guarantee that if it does not 'give peffect satis faction, tLe money will be refunded uiton request. . , There is no other treatment for ca tarrh that in any way resembles JJyn- mei, none that give such quick cura tive results and lasting satisfaction, none that that can be sold on a guar antee like this, to refund the money unless it cures. - ; -'" " Catarrh is a germ diseaseand can be cured only by breath imr Hyomei. so that the most remote air cells in the nose, throat and lungs are reached by its antiseptic healing powers. In this way all catarrhal germs are killed, the irrated.mucuous membrane is healed and catarrh is driven from the system. This wonderful medicated air, treat ment does not drug and derange the stomach, but is breathed through a little pocket inhaler that goes with ery dollar outfit. The unusual way in which The Red Cross Drug Store sells Hyomei attests their confidence in the remedy. '- LOST A Scotch Collie Shepherd !x Color, deep brown-, email stripe n the eyes and down ibe nose, 'ite ring- around the neck. v v' with a very heavy -".wears a collar. A : President ; yield was sbotbyChas: UUuiteau on Jliy 2, 1831, and he lin gered at the point of death th the v hite ffmse during the summer, and ept.'inber"wa3 moved to his home Vbrou, -'.N. J., at which pWe he h the 19th of that month. Dur ye .President's, 'long suffering no Vwas spared Jq efforts t make omfortable ,'n fcossible, the arayua tt h e executive lnginstallei,at a cost of iS)0', but for : which only 8 was allowed by tliiaaudit .While those in charge here were doing all they could, well meaningcitiztns thriughout the coun try were sending direct to the White nouse patent beds, couches, easy chairs, and almost every imaginable article used in' a sick room After the President's death many of these same people did hot' neglect to for ward bills "for" the article or articles sent, the result being that along with a Vast number of legitimate bills there were many that were unauthorized. 4ZX REPAIRED AND MADEA -dtiX : 'Tl, v does to maiv nil? timbn.'llns J that OTB AS OTHERS THINK. Everyone in Union City Has a Right to His OwnPpinion. 0 While everyone has a. right to his own opinion, yet it is wise to always consider what others think and profit by their experience. Nothing! makes life so miserable, or interferes'so widely witli the useful ness of the average American as in digestion, and it is well for us to give fair consideration to what others think about this remarkable afflic tion';' ' - i i The proprietors of the Red fv s Drug store are positive that in M i-o- ma sto,mach tablet they have an . i solute'cure for indigestion and i.siat 1 the many disagreeable symptoms follow this disease, such as distn - r c-r eatiDgcoated tongue, bid n the mouth, dizziness, flat'.' nervousness and debility. Their action in selling Mi-o-i saotee to refund the money ! t.uures, shows plalnltheir ti, . y.l..'' rp,. .... . VT. ' ,. non't have your Urtibrellns ! by a tramp who i here to-dn somewhere else .to-morrow; Tli . my nome, ana it my work prove satisfactory I am here - ; itpty, and mmianteeeverv job. oeen repairmit and ninkiu 11 for seveml years and am i tne business, jiww buyers . ; y rfw Frames- V l New Handles ) New Throv' If you want a nice eml)lrm haniUr cvS out of tbe ordinary in handle or covert. (Man Jl. PRICES REASO R. H . Nan , With Morgan-Verhine Co nablJ For Good Barbers, New Fixtures and ; Best Accommodations ; Go to V ALFRED DeBOW'S Barter Sliop. Heckham Buildintr, Church Street, next " dtxjr to telephone office. Hot and cold . baths. Everything neat and clean. Telephone 322 There is no remedy that can be compared to Dr. N'ott's Delta Chill Cure, for the quick and permanent cure'ef C "' Fevers v.i.i all ma It! ! i' 'Mis to