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THE COMMERCIAL
MARSHALL & BAIRD, Editor and Publisher
Entered at the post office at Onion City, Ten
neeoee, as second-class mail matter.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Telephone: 103
FK1DA Y, J DLY 17, 1908.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
STATE SENATOR.
DR. V. M. M'KEK.
We are authorized to announce Dr.
F. M. McRee a candidate for State
Senator, to represent Weakley, Obion
and Lake Counties, subject to tl-ac-tion
of the Democratic party.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ...
For President,
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.
For Vice President,
JOHN W. KEEN.
For Governor,
B. PATTERSON.
jbor Circuit Judge,
JOSEPH E. JONES.
For Representative,
E. N. MOORE.
For Floater,
G.R.McDADE.
For Trustee,
G. W.WORLEY.
For Sheriff,
T. J. EASTER WOOD.
For Tax Assessor,
IT. C. WOOD.
A Dew paper is to be established
in Union City by W. It. Andrews.
Mr. Andrews was a former editor
of this paper and has owned and
controlled several newspaper en
terprises in this city. In the new
venture he will start with experi
ence in the work and prospects of
a liberal share of newspaper busi
ness. We extend the hand of fel
lowship. '
Tennessee should have a primary
election law, and it should be a di
rect primary without any nominate
ing convention attachments. There
should be also a provision for the
naming of delegates on a basis of
representation of one for each one
hundred Democratic votes or frac
tion thereof over fifty. There is
no Democracy in the unprece
dented, unauthorized and arbif
trary manner Mcapitating
county comvao Hakiff:
is one of the great newspapers of
a great country. The growth of
the Missouri Gazette from four
three-column pages in 1808 to the
St. Louis Republic of 190 seven
column pages in 190S is a faif index
of the vast and complex changes
in the development of the city and
its great enterprises. The edition
contains historical events touching
its life accurately and fully in an
extensive and attractive way, and
it will be some time before the
effort is eclipsed, while it gives
promise of making further pro
gress along every line of advance
ment
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The suggestion that Patterson
is stronger with the Democratic
masses in Tennessee than is Bryan
come from an element which arous
es suspicions. Any sane or reason
able man would conclude with the
harmonizing of the various shades
of Democracy at Denver that Bry
an would be as strong and as pop
ular with the Democratic hosts in
Tennessee as any man in the State
and, if any difference at all, in bet
ter standing than either Patterson
or Carmack, who have just emerged
from a very bitter contest for the
Democrati"jubernatorial nomina
tion. Is my suggestion to con
vey the na ning that Democrats
voting for atterson are going to
scratch the name of Bryan. If
so, what sort of Democracy is
this? Is the System at work in the
State and has the System adoped
Patterson. For the benefit of those
who do not know we will state that
the System is anything but Demo
cratic with either a capital D or a
small one. Wall Street and the
big monopolies comprise the Sys
tem, and if Bryan loses any votes
in Tennessee it will be on account
of the System.' As Democratic
nominees The Commercial does
not see why one should not get
practically as many votes as the
other. It looks like treason .ta,
begin talk of turning
SLANG ORIOINAT:
From Many Sources, Much
Theaters Which Spreads it
One of those versatile vaudevill
Iowa whose fun flows as much f
what they say as from what they do,"
was juggling tin plates In a marvelous
manner. He could go to sleep throw
iug up three and catching them; he
did not seem to bother much about
four; fle kept him busy, but not
enough ( to strain his nerves or his
muscles, while six required his most
deeply absorbed attention. Then he
ventured upon seven, say a New York
correspondent of the Cleveland Plain
Dealer. Down they came on the stage
with a clatter.
"You can't blame him," remarked a
deeply excited old woman. ''Two
would keep me guessing." "
When the dishes lay prone upon the
floor, and the clatter they made had
subsided, the juggler walked over to a
table and hung a placard on the front.
It contained one word
"Skiddoo."
Again he essayed the seven, with the
same result. Again he walked over,
and the second placard read as fol
lows: (
"Twenty-three!"
At the disastrous termination of the
third trial he hung up the words:
"Get the hook:" '
With that he dashed from the stage,
followed by the laughter and howl of
the audience.
In the case of the vaudevillist, the
slang was fun, pure and simple. Thus
does the slang that comes nuturally,
and has a meaning understood by ev
erybody, come up gradually from mere
slang and takes a place in the diction
ary, like "bummer," "bulldoze" and
"boycott."
This phrase, for instance, where did
it start?
With the gallery gods, where most
good has it origin.
lou recall that episode of a night
when Chauncey Mitchell Depewwas at
the summit of his oratorical fame. He
was in demand on so many occasions
that his notebook, like a pudding, was
stuffed .-vitli dates.
It wit an excitin
Repu&Mfl party,
best J .he humblest
Demtjjits flower
should' Spend an, eve
teeming tenements o
A bifclaall was engage
f7l
.est mm rm i rn
iff f
nV ret'he speeclyu'
f yen the uppe
is cur
elections
peo
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Democratic national tic
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Tts: "W,e pledge o,r
ntion trader which
VsXshall be requir
Verity fund fcoyj
the deg
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aign.andthe
dffar I ta
creed that
hustling,
,rnong the
East side,
d an hour
ry inch
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Sold Only by
GODWIN BROS,
GROCERIES AND CITY MARKETS
TELEPHONES 79 and 516 FREE DELIVERY
The Most Up-to-Date Cafe in West Tennessee
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DAHNKE'S .
Makers of the Celebrated Cream Bread sold by
all the leading grocers in the city. .
Ice Cream for Clubs and Socials any kind
you want. Fine Candies, Cakes, Fruits, etc. A
new line of Paper Napkins and Lunch Sets.
Shelled Nuts Assorted Nuts Salted Peanuts
Just give us a call and be convinced.
Telephone 109 QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO Union City.
W THE GROUND IIP
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ough and Dressed Lumber
Building :: Material
T
rurnish you anything for building
and give you fair treatment.
IRCKS LUMBER CO.
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E B. WILLIS, Manager
YSSEE MONUMENT GO.
Eeal Danger.
A Turcoman
With a yataghan
Would scare be but a trifle.
But I'm glad to fly.
When I espy ;..
A boy with a short rifle.
Use Dabpke-Walker Milling- Qo.
flour, a home product, and guaranteed.
DRS, WHITEHURST &' BAUCOM
DENTISTS .
Office in kailling Building '
Office Phone 283 Eesidence Phone 88
S. K. Davidson
J. O. Stubbs
DAVIDSON & STUBBS
DENTISTS
Office in the C. B. A. Building, front
room, secona noor u
UNION CITT, TENIsT.
MRS. MAYME TURLEY
OSTEOPATH
Diseases of Women a Specialty
Office, 116 W. Lee St. - Phone 496
UNION CITY, TENN. :
THE CAMPAIGN IS ON
Who Will Be President?
To form your opinions and keep in 1
touch with the progress of the cam
paign, you will need first-class news
papers. We have made a special ar
rangement whereby you can get the ;
DAILY COURIER-JOURNAL $1.25
DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES 1.25
WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL .35
FROM NOW UNTIL DEC. 1, 1908.
This gives Vou a live niefcronnllt.an
DaDer through the camnaicrn and rh
election. Order to-dav. as snhspHn.
tion will start with issue of day order
is received. No back numbers can be
sent. Or you can have The (Union
City) Commercial for six months and
either of the above dailies until le
cember 1 for only $1.50. ;
This special campaign offer is In
effect only during June, J uly and Aug
ust, and no subscriptions will be re
ceived at the reduced rate after Aug-'
ust 31 under any circumstances. .
Send your subscription order to this
paper-NOT to the COURIER-JOURNAL
or TIMES.
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TIME OF TRAINS AT ,
UNION CITY.
(Effective Apr. 26, 1908.)
SOUTH-BOUND.
No
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No,
No
No
No,
4.05 p.m
3.5(j a.m
8.30 a.m
, 1, Express Daily lv...
, 3, Express Daily, lv...
15, leaves, week days..
NORTH-BOUND.
2, Express Daily, lv.... 11.52 a.m
4, Express Daily.lv..., 12.15 a.m
12, leaves, week days. . . 1.50 p.m
,R. J. BARNETTt Agent.
V. Taylor, jno. m. beall,
General Manazer, General Pa.ienger Aipnt,
, MOBILE. ALA. ST. LOUIS. Ma'
DEALERS IN
he c
fch unioahr
jfcrTcn uniotraB,
Sited tax case, invol
iionality of the corpora
-.ii m m &
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a m.
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Foreign Marble and Granit6Monumpnfs
rices on all kinds of Cemetery Goods, Curbing,
Stone, &c. All work finished ir rst-class style. . '
ons' Foundry.
UNION CITY TENN
atatWs.
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Vfet. One that attracted
f$cfi.on, especially among
jtijo rnave either deserted their
d children or are contem-
g such a step, is the case of
State agaimst Hiram Vance,
hich the constitutionality of the
1 1907, making the desertion of
and children a misdemeanor, is
tested. JTJie-re nearlj a
en undsrr' ether in
ich V 4 be
GET THE BEST
ALWAY5 CHEAPEST
ALWAYS GOOD
UNION CITY ICE AND 0AL CO.
DISTRIBUTORS OF COMFORT.
N-, C & St. L. TIME TABLE.
EAST BOUND.
No. 55, ar Union City 7.46 a.m.
N3,- " 3.06 p.m.
To.53, . ...... U.15p.m,
'WEST BOUND.
No. 52, ar Union City. . .
No. 4, " "
No. 54, " "
6.44 a.m.
12.46 p.mi
7.52 p.m.
Illinois Central
RAILROAD.
SOUTHBOUND.
No. 1, Paducah Junction...
No. 3. "
No. 103, " 1 .'
No. 105, "
no. 133, ;::
8.06 p.m
5.37 a.m
5.15 a.m
3.46 p.m
5.51 a.m
Traltll Kn. 1M anrf lot ... - . . .
nd stop at Paducah Junction to receive or dia
NORTHBOUND.
No. 2. Paducah
No. 4. " "
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No. 106,
No. 134,
Traina No. 134 and 106
Hmfi. tii?" " A" "Pwino rtea
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