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Pftrmallv Announces His Candidacy President Taft discussed with bis for Governor. I Cabinet tbo distribution of Census pat I ? .. ii.. ci il. rr"t c i - r.An n, W Hannah member ronage 111 uio nouui. lue oeuawra 01 ... i'..- t?:!.-,...,5 r.wi.ri,;;..!! friwii TJiisi several 01 tne soutncra states recen Tennessee, and former Adjutant-Gen- have consulted with the President on eral of the State, is a candidate for the this subject, and he has told them that TV.mot.V. nomination for Governor. broad way his policy will be to Gen. Hannah is a graduate of the name enumerators and supervisors with- University of Tennessee. He served as out regard to political affiliations, the Private Secretary to Gov. Robt. L. Tay- desire being to get the best available lor was Adjutant General of the State men for these responsible and difficult four years and was nominated and positions. elected as the East Tennessee member Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, subpenaed by of the Railroad Commission in 1906. the State, which is opposing her hus He has the distinction of having spoken band's release from the Matteawan in every courthouse in Tennessee and Asylum for the Criminal Insane, took has established quite a reputation as an the stand as a witness at the hearing in orator. the Supreme Court at White Plains, N. Gen Hannah was the Democratic Y., on Harry K. Thaw's mental con nominee for Congress against Judge dition. She objected to telling whether Henry R. Gibson in the Second District or not her husband had threatened to eight years ago, and was defeated by kill her. less than 2,000 votes, although the dis- Harry K. Thaw's effort to prove him trict has a Republican majority of from self a sane man and fit to be released 8,000 to 12,000. from the Matteawan Asylum for the Criminal Insane, was begun in earnest before Supreme Court Justice Mills, at White Plains, N. Y. A commission of experts probably will be chosen by counsel jointly to decide the question. A special dispatch from Lisbon re ports a serious explosion from tire damp in a coal mine at Belmez, Spain. Several hundred miners are said to be entombed. Efforts at rescue are being made, and forty-two living and seven teen dead have been brought out. It was decided at a conference at the White House, that the rate to be levied under the new corporation tax shall be reduced from 2 per cent, to 1 per cent. and that due consideration shall be given the demands of mutual life in surance companies. Germany has joined the United States, Doings at The Summer Capital: Scarfs and Furbelows. Primary Law Case. Nashville, Tenn., July 14. Chan cellor Allison announced to-day he would take the case of W. L. Ledger wood, et al., vs. John A. Ritts, et. al., involving the constitutionality of the county primary board law under advise ment until the October term of court, and in the meantime he ordered that the present county boards proceed to act and discharge all duties imposed on them by the law. Lowe-Fields. Fulton, Ky., July 13. Miss Eliza beth Fields, of this city, and W. A. Lowe, of Panama, were quietly mar ried last night at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. S. C. Fields. The ceremony was read by Rev. P. H. Fields, of McKenzie, Tenn., a cousin of the bride. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Lowe boarded the train for New Orleans from which place they will sail to Panama. What Merit Will Do. Meyer Rros. Drug Co., St. Louis, write: We believe that merit is the prime factor in creating the demand for MendenhalPs Chill and Fever Tonic. It ranks among our best sellers. " Sold on a signed guarantee by Red Cross Drug Store. Killed by Lightning. Ex-Sheriff J. T. Chiles, of Obion, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Frankie. were in the citv vesterdav. Mr. Chiles was telling us of the death bl,rS W Va' of a young man at Kenton. It seems A dispatch from Lexington states that that the young man, Buford Luker, it rumored that the Kentucky Burley aged 20 years, son of Jesse Luker, was and Equity Societies are on the verge of standing in the yard at their home yes- ope war which may result in rival pools terday morning about six o'clock when being formed for the control of the to- be was killed by lightning. bacco crop of the whole Burley district. It is believed in Chile that war be tween Peru and Bolivia is imminent because of the disorder at Lapaz follow ing the decision handed down by Ar gentina in the boundary dispute be tween the two countries. The State of Missouri has finished the taking of testimony m the ouster suit against the International Harvester Company of America. The company will require at least two weeks to take It is safe to say that no stranger is ever disappointed with his first sight of Newport. It has just the right air of elegance and gay luxurious living and it makes good at every point upon furtlrer acquaintance. Most of the Cottages, as the most pretentious residences here are termed, are occupied either by their owners or by other people who belong or aspire to belong to the inner circle. ' "money age" silhouettes. The general silhouette of the fashion1 able contingent takes one back to the time of one's Mother or Grandmother as the case may be. The long smooth but easy fitting cuirass topping a fuller, or pleated skirt is everywhere seen, made up in all sorts of materials from thin nest muslins to satinfreed rajahs and serges. A WHITE SERGE COSTUME. A white serge dress that might go with equal propriety to a luncheon or lawn fete seen at the Casino was a compromise between the Princess and "Moyen" model, as so often happens. The lower skirt continuous with the bodice, except at the front where there was an apron effect with the skirt in pleats below. Handsome white silk braid was employed as a trimming and there were touches of white moiro in little revere pieces, buttons and girdle. A pocket of the moire such as is typical in the costume of every chateline ol the Middle Ages was a notable and pretty feature of the dress. VERY LIMPI.E TAILORED SUITS. Very simple tailored suits of white serge or linen in white or colors go to the same places that are frequented by wearers of fussy elabrate lingerie and other gowns. For the woman whose Great Britain and Austria-Hungary in few dresses must do service on many notifying China that she does not re- different occasions nothing pays better cognize the preliminary agreement be- as an investment than a thoroughly tween Russia and China devised for the well made tailored costume that is just administration of the Russian railroad a little off the regulation style either in area in Manchuria. material or trimming. A BEAUTY POWDER. Modern alchemy has produced no Call W. G. Reynolds for scavenger wagons. All Kinds oi scavenger work promptly attended to. Phone 134. Dis- better "Beauty Powder" than a per iniectants aiso lurnisneu on application. ... nnr(, fin . u.,inrw1 nni, The prospects for a merger of the lately perfumed preparation of talcum, long-distance business of the independ- calleJ Elato Violet Talcum, prepared ent telephone interests at this time is farther from a realization than it has been at any time, as a result of the meeting of telephone men at Parkers- Curtiss Soars Again. New York, July 14. Glenn H. Cur tiss, the Hammondsport aeroplanist, whose recent flights have earned for liim high honors in the field of aviation in this country, to-day improved on his past performances by remaining aloft five minutes and fifteen seconds in a flight at Mineola, Long Island. by the Eleto Company and guaranteed by Lord & Taylor of New York City. It has been taken up by people who de mand the best toilet articles and used freely, is an excellent preventive of sunburn and the thickening of the skin that results from the outdoor life that most people delight in. The delicate violet scent of this powder and its smooth fineness of texture recommend it to fastidious people. DANCING FROCKS. Girlish dancing frocks of pretty mus litis or other light materials are modish ly worn in shirred styles that call for no other trimming than the material of the dress. The shirrings are done over heavy cords and are in themselves very decorative. A pretty dull blue foulard dress worn at an informal luncheon on A Contented Woman is always iounu in tne same nouse with testimony uanara s onow i-immenc. it Keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains, it heals cuts, burns the Colombian and scalds and cures rheumatism, neu ralgia, lumbago and all muscular sore ness and stiffness. 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold by Nailling Drug Co. An armistice has been declared in revolution pending a Soli Poultry Farm. Locke F. Alexander has sold conference between Jorge Holguin, the acting president, and Gonzales Valen cia, whom the opposition element is urging for the office. Baron Oskar Rothschild, the young- his est son of Albert Rothschild, he.nl of poultry farm north of Union City to the Austrian branch of the Rothschild Mrs. E. Alice Cloys. The farm con- house, committed suicide at Vienna be- tains sixteen and one-half acres, and cause of an unfavorable love affair, the nrice naiil was $2,100. .- j.- pstiiimrpii tnnr. t ie tniim-ivi iwm the Green 'River district has been 40 to 50 per cent, by floods. Plants in the lowlands are un- Mrs. Jane Colley. n Fulton, Ky., July 13.-Mrs. Jane imaged from Colley, aged 73, died very suddenly at her home near town. She is survived Ly six sons, two of whom are J. A. and Rev. A. O. Colley, of this city. Big Muddy Washed Nut Coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice fe Coal Co. First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Regular services Sunday morning. The union services Sunday night will be in the First Christian Church. J. L. Hi'Doixs, Pastor. Money to Loan. I loan money at the rate of 5 per cent. der several feet of water. The Senate joint income tax amend ment resolution was passed by the House by a vote of 317 to 14. The negative votes were cast by Republi cans. Detroit was selected by acclamation for the meeting place of the Grand Lodge of Elks in 1910. Jas. U. Sam- mis, of Iowa, was elected grand exalted ruler. The report is in circulation in Wash-1 ington that President Taft will sign any tariff bill that is passed by both Houses. m.AM rntarrh in Vl i c t-t.'.lTI flf t)i I per annum On iarm lanus in UOlon ana country than all other diseases put together, and ir..i.ir. ...n;ai. Tonn on.l : T.-,W I until the last few ve-nrs was supposed to he in-1 ,,raAir,wunu, ,,,,.. For many Jxars doctors pro. County, Ky. About One-half the cash nounced it a local disease and prescribed local value of a farm will be loaned. Loans " y constantly failing to cure with . , ,..!,.., local treatment, pronounced it incurable, hcience maae in sums oi ti,uuu or more ior nve has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease years with privilege to borrower of pay- ""I,'' ore1,7quirw constitutional treatment. i d .... 1 I Halls Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che- Blg Same alter one year 111 lull Or mat- I ney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is the only constitu Jrxr nnv si, nartinl nnvmonf lAsirvl af I tkmal cure on the market. It is taken internally I . 6 J . ', J , . I in doses from 10 drops to a teasponful. It acts intervals Of SIX months after the expira- directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the tion Of One year, interest being Stopped W"; They offer one hundred dollars for any on partial payments made. Call on or moniais. Write O. SPRADLIX, Address: F. J. CHEKEY & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. .. . t tt -.-. n- Sold by Druirtnsts, 5c. Attorney-at-Law, L nion City, Tenn. Tate Hair Famiy Riis for constipation. llpllli Special Prize Log Chain and Locket To be given away Saturday evening, July 17th. This offer is extended by request, from July 3 to July 17th. In order to give some of the newer girls in the contest . a fair show, we are going to give a beautiful gold chain and locket to the girl turning in the most votes on sub scriptions from July 3 to Saturday, July 1 7; at 6 o'clock p.m This is a handsome and valuable prize and is worth an ef fort. All girls can compete for this,ex- cept the winner of the silverware setf however her votes continue to count on the piano. PYTDA VHTP5 n.,: r t..i. i r..i. 17 . . . w iuimg mis uuic, iium juiy j 10 juiy i,we are going to give 5.UUU extra free votes with every $10.00 turned in on new subscriptions at one time and 4,000 extra free votes with every $10.00 turned in at one time on old or renewal subscribers. Remember we are goinar to eive awav two of these fine tiianos. One of th vminw y contestants in Union City, the one getting the most votes, gets one of these, and young lady residing outside vf Union City getting the most votes, gets the other. y girl can win with a little effort. Now is the time to get busy. We will soon e notice of the closing date. tlsewherc we give the standing vote of the leading girls, as they were Wednesday . noon, June 30th. Call at this office for full particulars. Commercial, Union City. il ft lliliiS , ,wif 'IS tllgpgppiigflifrMNi;1 ijLgiy. . & one of the wide outdoor rooms, known as verandas, was made after an effective shirred model. Even the largo covered buttons that were rather plentifully used were of the dress material. The collar, square gamp and long mousquetarie cuff of cream batiste smocked with blue silk, and the hat worn a dull, green straw with an irredescent peacock em broidered ribbon twisted about the edge and caught with a bunch of deep purple and pale green grapes at the left side. THE UBIQUITOUS SCARF. The shoulder scarf of chiffon or gauze with row after row of narrow marabout, spaced at about four times its width, gauze and feather trimming matching in color, is very smartly worn here, while for general evening 'use nothing is better liked than white or black elab orately embroidered in jet silver or gold. The Egyptian veils remain stand ard favorites for this use, for though rather expensive, they are effective and durable, and go with any dress. Lucy Carter. The above design Is by The McCall pany, New York. Patterns may be i at any McCall Agency. BEACHING THE SPOT. It Can Be Done, So Scores of Union City Citizens Say. To cure an aching back, The pains of rheumatism, The tired-out feelings, You must reach the spot get at the cause. In most cases 'tis the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Tills are for the kid neys. Mrs. Ann M. Williams, 719 North Division street, Union City, Tenn., says: "For some time rheumatism caused me much suffering, the pains being most severe in my shoulders. After trying several remedies without success, I was advised to use Doan's Kidney Fills. I have so far taken only the contents of one box, but have ex perienced great relief from the pains, and have found that my whole system is invigorated. I cannot do otherwise than speak favorably of Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product, and guaranteed. - ILL LUCK ATTENDS WEIGHTS Can't Make That Aeroplane Soar at All Curtiss is More Fortunate. Washington, July 14. While one lone spectator waited on the Fort Myer drill field in the hope that there would be a flight, the Wright aeroplane, after having been repaired, was damaged again late to-day while being moved in its shed. The skid broken in yester day's attempted flights had been re placed, and while the machine was be ing lifted too much strain was put on the new skid, and it snapped. The spectator left the Held dejectedly. The Wrights expressed the belief that they would have everything in shape for a flight to-morrow evening. Mrs Curlin. On the loth day of July, 1909, our Heavenly Father instructed His Angelic Messenger to pluck one of the flowers which he planted on the earth about 63 years ago, and this messenger selected Tennie Curlin. This dear woman has suffered much agony for several years, and on Wed nesday evening at 3.30 o'clock, when the great gate which swings between time and eternity was gently opened, she drew one long breath and stepped out on the bright and golden shore, there to be received into the arms of the angels who were waiting for her in their golden chariot to bear her to her home of eternal happiness. Empty is her chair, lonely is her room, but as this is God's will may He shower upon this patient husband and kind and loving daughter His many blessings, which are so necessary to all in this life and especially in this hour of affliction. A Friend. A Millionaire's Baby attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of stomach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarrhcEa, dysen tary and all derangements of the stom ach or bowels. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold by Nailling Drug Co. Closing Books of Bell Furniture Co, The accounts are now in my hands for immediate collection. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the Bell Furniture Co. will call and pay AT ONCE AND THEREBY SAVE COSTS OF COLLECTION. A WORD TO THE WISE IS sufficient. I can be found at the Union City Bank and Trust Co. in the morn ings and at 516 N. Ury st. in the even ings. (10-lm) Koht. Garth. FOE SALE A large, fire-proof, burglar-proof safe, practically new and a bargain. Apply at this office. At Mobile, Ala., August Inclusive. 3 to 6 National Convention, Knights of Columbus. Low round trip fares for this occasion via. the Mobile & Ohio R R. Tickets on sale July 81 to August 2, inclusive, limited for return not later than August 15. For tickets and full particulars, apply to nearest agent of the Mobile & Ohio R. R., or write H. E. Jones, Jr., T. P. A., Meridian, Miss. SPECIAL The great demand of the pub lic nowadays is for pure food in a sanitary manner. Take sliced meats ham, bacon, dried beef, porkloin, sausage, etc You can cook them slightly or not at all, and you want to be sure that they are the best cuts, not the odds and ends of meat thrown into a jar, and that they are handled as little as possible. Realizing this, I have installed an AMERICAN SLICING MACHINE. This marvelous invention cuts slices the right thickness, without handling. I use only the best cuts and can still give you more slices for the same money than you can se cure otherwise. Call and see it; you will be interested. Telephone W WHITE . - f, r i