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GEORGE B. WILLIS, Manager
WEST TENNESSEE MONUMENT CO.
i.
DEALERS IN
American end Foreign Marble and Granite Monuments
Get our prices on all kinds of Cemetery Goods, Curbing, . ,
Building Stone, &c. All work finished ir "rst-class style.
West of Semones & Sons' Foundry-
UNION CITY TENN
I
DEMOCRATS MADE GAINS
Increase in the Number of Congress
men. While Mr. Bryaar was defeated,
the Democrats achieved victories in
several of the States that are'sure
to bring fruit in the immediate years
to come. Here are some ot them:;
Colorado elected the entire State
ticket, and the Legislature, which
will select Hughes, Democrat;: to
succeed "Teller in the U. S. Senate.
In Nebraska the entire Statetick
et, a majority of the Legislature,
and several new Congressmen were
elected. ' "Y5
In Iowa Republicans were defeat
ed for Congress, among them be,ing
the veteran Pete Hepburn, one of
the leaders of his party.
In Minnesota John Johnson was
re-elected lor tne tmra term, witu
Taft getting an 80,000 majority.
This breaks a precedent, for no man
has ever before held the Governor
ship three terms
In Indiana the entire State ticket
was elected, a Democratic Legisla
ture that will probably choose John
"W. Kern to succeed Senator Hem
enway, and eleven out of thirteen
Congressmen.
In North Dakota Governor Burke,
Democrat, was re-elected.
All through the West and Middle
West there was a large gain in the
Democratic vote.
So far as the doubtful. States are
concerned in the Presidential race,
the latest returns to the
cial Appeal indicate tha
tarried Maryland by le
votes, West Virginia
three thousand, Indian
thousand, Ohio by eighty t
Missouri in doubt, and Mo
three thousand
Congress will show a n
changes, but the, relative s
of the two parties in both
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law n. iimi ill c ill Lit. I m
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houi ast one y
rP'K Jolina' I
J la aiftPWr morl
f Id Kentucky. In 1
VovciJP
Commer-
Y f" has
f Ian 150
bl fcbably
iv ten
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ul of
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Marshall in Indiana. -
'. On the other hand, while Bryan
carried Missouri by a safe margin,
the election of Herbert S. Hartley,
the Republican candidate for Gov
ernor, was indicated,
At llD'clock it was certain that
the Republicans will control the
next House of Representatives.
William Howard Tatt- of Ohio,
Republican, has been elected Presi
dent of the United States, and
James Schoolcraft Sherman of New
York, has been chosen Vice Presi'
dent. This is the outcome of one
of the most remarkable political
campaigns in the history ot the re
public. William Jennings . Bryan of
Nebraska, the Democratic candi
date, went down in the third defeat
of his life's ambition to occupy the
White House. Returns received
up to 8 a. m. to-day indicated that
Mr. Taft would have at least 298
electoral votes, and as the details
come in increasing fullness from
the West, it began to look as if the
figures might reach the 325 mark
claimed as assured to him in the
ante-election forecaof Chairman
Hitchcock of the Republican Na
tional Committee, or possibly even
approach the 336 achieved in 1904
by Mr. Roosevelt. The number
necessary to a choice is 242.
IN GREATER CITY.
One of the results surpassing the
most sanguine hopes ot most Re
publicans was Mr. Taft's carrying
the greater City of New York by a
plurality which early to-day, with
94 out of 1,633 districts missing,
footed 9,378. Furtheliore his plu
rality in New York ptate will t
approximately 189,334, exceedin
bv nearlv 14.000 Roosevelt's b,
plurality of 1904.
Only second in point of ge
interest wasthektfictory of
Charles K-.r V V who WJ
' m
lected M u estj
rly to-fc
Children's Wra
Varied and 'charming are the new styles.
disDlav in ouVstore. Clothes for the little
Tin rprpivprl nnrtirular attention from ias)
''season and we are sure every mother will JS-
.r ested in this' 'department. -In tne nrst piar.
garments are well made, very stylish and
T-n cnrmid nl'ire the prices ari
nomical. Bear skin Cloaks in all sius up
:Am,nrr a. HfVipr materr fill
. Prices. 3u
Goods
Ladies' Tailori
Never before have we sole
and never before have we had sij
ctnrV nf stvlish p-arments from
lection. We keep our stock fiC
having new goods shipped' to ualV
from new yorWVWe are sngwwg i
terns everv dal d it you nep
well to call on
what you pay.-
Price
1 i
hp
Jid'here., This
foods store of this
Cy, quality and stvl
mg, No matter how
f-e there is something
fu. rrom the lowest
nest pur assortment is
mi monev in all o-mriM
(heir richness and beantv
lid worth far better than
oVsuiting . . ' ,
les wide, all colors. Specialper yard. . 50c
Chevron Serge -
t wide, comes in all colors. Per yard50c
&oi Panama
Jvide, in plain and shadow stripes
75c
rulari.oo quality. Special,
We want to c&Ir" y
sortment of room-size
up of the newest exclus
rano-e m Qualities, li
which all, regardless
books, may select wij
tion.
Room-size Bn
at
Room-size
at.
Room-size
at i.
l-Class Furs
75c
1
fhis will!
idid lot
btness of
i
tism. Ma
biost complt
li to duplicJ
wwine. Oi
pient of sets nnd.
jck Lyi
low mul
Scarf I
Muffs
rom
f fur season and we've prt a
k inspection. Furs of absolute
W quality and finish beyond
ociccuons wnne tne stock is
' later on it will be imnosQihlp
me of the prettv rAece
lock consists of a fine nscnt-K
gle pieces in Japanese 'Mink.
ta and Amenran Pr,-r T
wv, Jydl P C
every piece.
)0 up to $25.00 each
.00 up to $20.00 each
RHINE CO.
Fvada,
la, 12;
ia, 9;
pginia,
est Vir-
'to the"
sprisen
lovernor
Ith return'
'the probable re-elec-
term of Gov. John
tfrat m, Minnesota,
t rtheless returns a
for Tatt.
WANTED
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Entertains.
'ct. 30, at the pretty
f her patrons, Miss
V Bruce entertainer! ;
seventeenth anniver
Thouse decorations were
td very Tnvitiug and beautiful
LI1C uoorarvwere thrown wide
peWto the yoiJV pleasure seekers
and noth inir wf 'lc4 .. j aa
& viv.iiuuuuc, 2l
a latje hour lig
served. aJien a
f an f A
I W
I T
adieu,
hostess
Messrs. Olli
ie Thorn
'hments were
essie iVlaya
g uer to oe
se rTresent
arley, Gray
toiil Mack and
rley and Walter
;rt, .Robert Tav-
1fS Etheridge
.Hamiltn
The season is now open for Turkeys and all kinds
of poultry, and we want to handle yours whenever
you are ready to sell. H0r8 and cattle, too, are
boueht and sold hy us the year, round. Another
thinjr we are p,ing to handle is Sprinff Vegetables
and other produce, pyDg the cash on delivery for
same at the market price. Call us for all infonna
mation nardinar prices on anything in this line us
we make' it our business to know about such things.
All kinds of Poultry and Eggs in good
demand. j& Market demoralized on
SmaH h(oand ,ow grade cattIe-
mm & sons
y f e Union City,Orenn.
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