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THE COMMERCIAL
Marshall & Baird, Union City, Tenn
Entered fit the post office at Union City, Ten
nessee, as second-class mail matter.
ONE DOL lA F? A V EAR
Telephone 103
FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1909.
CHANCELLOR.
McKINNEY We are authorized to announce
Colin P. McKinney, Esq., of Ripley, as a candi
date for Chancellor of the Ninth Chancery Divi-
sion, subject to the action of the Democratic
party.
FOR MAYOR.
ALEXANDER We are authorized toannounce
S. S. Alexander as a candidate for Mayor of Un
ion City. Election in January, 1910.
REYNOLDS We are authorized to announce
J. C. Reynolds as a candidate for Mayor of Union
City. Election in January, 1910.
COUNTY COURT CLERK
BOND. We have the authority to announce R.
H. Bond as a candidate for County Court Clerk of
Obion County, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic party.
TALLEY. We are authorized to announce C.
S. Talley a candidate for County Court Clerk of
Obion Comity, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic party.
CLERK OP THE CIRCUIT COURT.
GOLDEN. We are authorized to announce H.
M. Golden as a candidate for Cleik of the Circuit
Court of Obion County, subject to the action of
the Democratic party,
REEVES. We are authorized to announce J.
A. (Alva) Reeves a candidate for Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of Obion County, subject to the action
of the Democratic party.
REGISTER.
CHAPEL We are authorized to announce J. M.
(Marvin) Chapel as a candidate for re-election to
the office of Register of Obion County, subject to
the action of the Democratic party.
Candidate for Mayor.
This week we announce as a candi
date for Mayor of Union City J. C. Rey
nolds. Mr. Reynolds enters the race at
the solicitation of a number of friends,
who believe that he is a suitable man
for the position, with the idea in view
that he would make a Mayor in fact as
1 well as in name, that he is thoroughly
, qualified, suitable in every respect, not
,5nly for the duties of the office, its re-
ri quirements, exactions, but that ho is a
man who would fill it with honor, with
discretion, with tact and ability. It is
furthermore believed that Mr. Reynolds
would uphold and enforce the munici
pal laws, especially those relating to the
violation of the Prohibition statutes, arjA"
every other infraction against the n
and dignity of the city. In additieen
this it is the belief that one of the mfc.
essential qualifications of the Mayor is
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Celebrate With Us.
The Fourth of July is drawing near
with its glorious traditions and its great
national holiday features and attrac
tions. It is the natal day of American
Independence, the milestone in the his
tory of the great American Republic.
It is a day of joy and feasting, a day of
recreation and pleasure, a day recog
nized as the greatest of all our national
holidays.
This is the Fourth, and this is the day
that Union City has observed for years
with such signal success; this is the day
that Union City spreads wide its doors,
that she dresses in her best and holds a
public reception to thousands of annual
visitors; a day which has never been
equaled in magnificence and the spirit
of cordiality by even cities of greater
importance.
The Fourth will be celebrated in Union
City on Saturday; July 3, with an ex
tensive program, to bo seen in another
column, including a great baseball con
test for championship between Fulton
and Union City. Many other elatyrje
and extensive features are offered,..iid
everybody is invited to be with us and
help us celebrate on that day.;' Cne
and celebrate with ns, enjoy oufa-muse-mentsand
hospitality. You are wel
come. 4
ot Politics.
Union City is in the grip of the has
ball fans. We have baseball for bre
fast, baseball for lunch and baseball id
dinner. All subjects are seasoned witl:
baseball and conversations teem with it
There is no society without baseball, nc
courtship without the game. Elks dot
on the game: even Odd Fellows like
it. Of course the preacher cannot in
dorse baseball, but it is necessary for
him to call on a parishioner near the
park. Tho stewards and the deacons
are there, all who are not complaining,
and the superintendent peeps in as he
goes bv. There is baseball in the air-
baseball in "Fan-taz. "fer t.
The clubs discus.-
and rook are played
game, and refresh men
pigskins, it is tne ie.lnts
id Bluchcr
Epworth.)' Casey at tV f
tent tj.
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teniperature falls.
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keep all cards and letters from everyone
that writes me. Now boys, if you are
not a subscriber to The Commercial
send in' your names and take the paper
for six months, at least it' will take six
months to get you started in our con
test. Be sure you tell all the boys and
and girls that haven't the paper to sub
scribe at once, for business is going to
pick up with us children in the next six
months. When you read The Com
mercial you are reading a clean sheet.
Its editors and managers are nice, good
men and you will find good reading in
their paper. Read every paper and
look for a letter from your old friend.
Remember I am chatting with the chil
dren of three counties and iWn only
answering through., three pari
lg throijgh. three pari Re
age wi$ittlisiejil)Jvery
loy may win the-4(5f The
member
small boy
judges will be in each county bvv.A hest
men df your county, I won't bV lge,
but your own friends will be tbellge.
I will ask you some questions lafcknd
will tell you more of my inti
Some parents may think that'Ais is
not a good scheme, and may thjnlc thatj
it will cost too much. I will sy every
time your boy or girl spends W yits t
writing a letter in allsiqSe
it will be well spent. Vfc& Yg
all a' chance. Koyi0-Sft5aVjfj
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DANGER IN DELAY. mm
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangeroul
for Union City People
Neglect.
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Neelnet..
The great danger i
is that they get i
sufferer recognizes til
gradually undermin,'
headache, nervousne
ness, lumbago
dropsy, diabets1
follow in mercil
neglect your kii
neys with Ue
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Senator Bourne is among the pro.
gressive Republicans who give uncon
ditional support to President Taft in his
efforts to' obtain an income tax amend
ment to the Constitution and an amend
ment to the tariff bill permitting a tax
on the net earnings of corporations.
S. K. Davidson
J. O. Stubb
'DAVIDSON & STUBBS
DENTISTS
Office in the C. B. A. Building, front
room, second floor
UNION CITY, TENN.
DRS. WHITEHURST & BAUCOM
DENTISTS
Office in Nailling Building
Office Phone 283 Residence Phone !
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