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on long time. Low rates. See or write w. W. COCHRAN Union City, Tenn. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish (Si Game Oysters in Season. Same old stand, near the ice factory, S. E. Davidson J. O. Stubbs DAVIDSON & STUBBS DENTISTS Office In the C room, UNION CITY, TENN, B. A. Building, froot secona floor DRS. WKITEHURST & 8AUC0M DENTISTS Office In Nailling Building O ffice Phone 283 Residence Phone 88 When Doing: Concrete Work SPECIFY V 'J it T. L. Bransford (EL Sons Exclusive Agents. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Harry Harper visited St. Louis last week. Judge M. M. Neil, of Trenton, was in the city Monday. Mrs. Walter Howell visited friends at Kenton last week. Pall 150 for final rf nmr h-irA John George was a business visitor in St. Louis last week. Otis Freeman, of Martin, was a Sun day visitor in the city. Mrs. Hardy Ligon and children are at home from Dawson. Go where they all go Dahnke's. Miss Ethel Williams is with relatives on South Flower street. Airs. Josio bcates was a visitor in Mount Pelia this week. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Long visited rel atives at Obion last week. Walters' hack line, 'phone 139. Mrs. Sallie Chandler is visiting her sister in Kenton this week. Maury Woody has returned from Eola, La., to attend school. Miss Gertrude Lane returned Monday from a visit to Martin friends. Bound Trip Fares via Mobile & Ohio Railroad greatly re duced ro Seattle, v ash. V lsit Alaska Youkon Exposition,' Vancouver, B. C, Tacoma, Wash., Portland, Oreg. , San Francisco, Cal., Los Angeles, Cal. and other points, with privilege of going one route and returning another. Tick ets on sale daily, limited returning not later than October 31, 1909. Liberal stop-overs. For fares and full particu lars apply to nearest agent of the Mobile & Ohio E. R. or H. E. Jones, Jr., S. P A., Meridian, Miss. Johm M. Beall, General Passenger Agent, St. Louis. PASTURE. Forty acres of good pas ture. Phone 4 7. Harry Beckham, FOR RENT My 6-room residence, furnished or unfurnished. Grove street, near both schools. Phone 140. Mrs. Bell Waddell. FOR RENT Double office, up stairs, water and electric lights. Cheap. 17-tf H. A. Bransford. FOR SALE The Cutler farm of 105 acres of land, of which 100 acres is in cultivation ; has good improvements and is one mile east of Union City, Tenn Can be bought on liberal terms. See H. A. Compton & Sox. 23-4t Union City, Tenn. If your hair feels dry, dead and is fall ing out, then you should try a half pint of Mrs. Ellis' wonderful hair grower, at Kea Cross Drug Store, only 50c. Try it for dandruff. Barbers say it never fails. 22-2t FOR SALE. 190 acres of fine farm ing land four miles southeast of Rives and two miles east of Crockett. One hundred and fifty acres in cultivation, two dwellings, good barns and other improvements. For particulars, etc, address T. W. Dickerson, 20-4t Rives, R. F. D. No. 1. wAninu ai A few ener getic men to still life insurance in Obion, Gibson and Weakley counties. We have an exceptional policy contract and offer great opportunites to men of ability. Address L. J. Allen, Union City, Agency Mgr. American Central Life Insurance Co. 22-4t Dr. Mendenhall's chill tonic Guaranteed Better for Chills, Fevers, Malaria. Children and Persons who can not take Quinine, readily take this pleasant remedy. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE. Prepared only by J. C. MEKDEMALL MEDICINE CO. ttvansville, - - Indiana- Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Everything dates from Dahnke's. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Briggs have re turned from a visit to Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ira T. Shelton have re turned from a visit to Nashville. T. B. Greer, of Memphis, was a busi ness visitor in the city this week. Coal at summer rates. Call 150. Dr. A. M. Forester, of Humboldt, was a visitor in the city last week. Miss Iva Shipp, of Number Seven was shopping in the city Monday. Little Margaret Curlin is very ill with what is thought to be typhoid fever. Walters' hack line for Gibbs at 5 a.m Miss Dudley, of Paris, is the guest of Mrs. Sallie Naylor on East Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. Warren have returned from a week's visit to Ripley friends. J. B. Floyd is employed as salesman with W. G. Byrd on Main street, east side. Union City Training SchooK,begins its 22d year eunesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 a.m Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Walker have returned from a visit to Centreville, Tenn. Roy ' Martin, of Little Rock, was a visitor in the city this Mr. Ark., week. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, Union City Jce & Coal Co. " at Unas. v. layior, ot Jackson, was here this week looking afjer railroad in terests. . Mrs. O. Spradlin and janiily have re turned from a visit to friends in Middle Tennessee. If you. you want a home we can interest Forester, Beckham & Forester. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Ligon and Mrs, C. K. Ligon have returned from Daw son Springs. Mr. Clarence White and family are at home from a week's visit with Wood land friends. Union City Training School begins its 22d year Wednesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bransford, of Fulton, were in the city Sunday in an automobile. Herman Briggs is in Memphis taking business course at the Macon & An drews school. JJannke s in the good old summer time is the time. Miss Pearl Milam, of South Ury street, will leave to-morrow to open her school at Beech . Mrs. Chas. Moore and children, of Hickman, are with Mrs. Wright FliC' bus on Pierce street. Union City Training School begins its 22d year Wednesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boone have re turned from Gornith, Miss., to reside again in Union City. Miss Rogers, of Waverly, was here this week as the guest of Miss Agnes Coble on College street. Watch for the "Singing School Be- gtnment at Reynolds Opera iioue about the middle of September. Miss Craver has returned from a visit to Martin, where she has been the guest of her brother and family. S. D. Cochran, of Maringouin, La., was in tne city tnis weet visiting nis sister, Mrs. Laura Wells. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product, and guaranteed. Mr. Joe Moore, of the West Tennes see Grain Co., Kenton, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Chas. Kistner, of Little Rock, Ark., was in the city this week visiting his mother, Mrs. Annie Kistner. Miss lona Bonuurant, of (Jairo, was a visitor at "the home of her sister,1 Mrs J. W. Bransford, this week. Union City Training School begins its 22d year Wednesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 a.m Dr. Virgil O. Jernigan, of Obion, was in the city a few hours Tuesday looking after some business matters. Mrs. Ethel Duvall has returned to her home in Memphis after a week with her mother, Mrs. Brown. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Jas. Dickerson and sister, Miss Eula, of Clarksville, were in the city this week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lexie Parks have re turned from Battle Creek, Mich., and Mr. Parks is greatly improved in health. You've tried the rest. now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. J. J. C. Bondurant, of Hickman, was a dinner guest oi Mrs. v. ii. scares and Mrs. Tarns in the city last Thurs day. Guy Freeman, Chester Murrell, Ed Bell, Louis Newton and B. S. Hancock of Fulton, were in the city Sunday au- toing. Union City Training School begins its 22d year Wednesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 a.m Miss Lula Farris, who has been visit ing at Troy, has returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Latimer, near Beech. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ogles and baby were m juartin a tew aays tins wees visitine Mrs. Ogles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolly. Coal Mrs. Sallie Carter and Mrs. H. Wynn left Sunday for a visit to Henry Coun ty. From there Mrs. Carter will visit Fort Worth, Texas. . JLr. r. is. Uurlin, of Hickman, was in the city last Thursday returning from Nashville, Where he had been called professionally. .. Union City Training Scuooi begins its 22d year Wednesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 a.m Dr. Nailling was called to Dawson Monday to see his little daughter, who in care of Miss Doyle, is there for the benefit of her health. Mr. Will Grooms, formerly with Nailling Drug Co. , is now acting as pri vafe secretary and assistant in Dr. Nail ling's medical apartments. Dahnke's-'-in the good old summer time is the time. Call 150 Union City Ice & Co. and get summer prices on coal. The Misses Forester returned to their home in Obion Tuesday, accompanied by Mrs. Ben Bransford and niece, Miss Lydia Stone. ' , Mrs. House and daughter, Miss Ver non, leave tnis weeK ior a trip .cast. Miss Vernon has just returned from Fort Worth, Texas. Watch for the "Singing School Be- ginment at Reynolds Opera House about the middle of September. J. C. Reynolds left Wednesday night for St. Louis to be present at an anni versary dinner given by , his friend, J. R. Rodgers. The party will enjoy the sights of the city and suburbs in a new touring car. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sedberry. of Paducah, are in the city spending the week visiting at the home of Mr. Sed berry's brother, Chas. Sedberry. Oliver Brummell and Russell Sprad lin, who left home about two weeks ago to explore the West, went to Okla homa and will return in a few days. Call 139 for Walters' hack line to Gibbs. ' Judge John M. Taylor, of Lexington, a West Tennessee candidate for the Court of Civil Appeals, was in Union City last week mingling with friends. Mrs. P. B. Curlin and little daughter, Mary V., have returned to Hickman after a week's visit in the city with Mrs. Curlin's mother, Mrs. W. E. Scates. Let the Union City Ice & Coal Co. quote you summer prices on coal. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scates, who have been touring the East and North, arrived in the city last week, Mrs. Scates remaining here with her mother, Mrs. Beck, and Mrs. W. E. Scates for a month's visit, Mr. Scates returning to Greenwood, Miss., to look after busi ness. Call and inspect our stock of dia monds. We think we can show you some good values, whether you want to buy or not. Bransford & Andrews. Miss Nellie Bowen, of the vicinity of Jordan, member of the Christian Alli ance organization in this city, left Tues day last, first for Indiana and New York and thence to Southern China as missionary. She will accompany Miss Jones, who was a returned mis sionary here a few months ago. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. A Few Bargains in Real Estate THIS WEEK. . ;- 170 acres fine land between Union 140-acre farm 2 miles southeast of City and Rives, 110 acres in cultivation, Rives, 100 acres in a high state of culti- 60 acres in timber; nice house, 30x40 vation, balance in timber; good 2-story barn with machine house, buggy house house, good new barn, tine pond and and other out buildings. Big bargain good well and cistern $45 per acre, at $56 per acre, one-third cash, balance $2,000 cash, balance one and two years one and two years at 6 per cent. . at 6 per cent. 160-acre farm 2 miles southeast of 0,16 nic0 5-room cottage located in Rives, 115 acres in cultivation, 50 acres tne southeast part of the city, lot oxlou in bottom above overflow, 45 acres in feet concrete walk in front of house timber, balance slightly rolling; good $875 cash. house, no barn, watered by cistern and Two nice new 2-story brick buildings, running water. This is a bargain at 25x70 each, in good location, concrete $35 per acre, $2,000 cash, balance one walk in front. Price $6,825. and two years at 6 per cent. 71i acres of good farming land li 120 acres good land 2i miles from the miles west of Bruce's Switch, all in cul- city, 100 acres in cultivation; 3-room tivation; no buildings, but is a big bar log house, good new barn, good well and gain at $30 per acre, one-half cash, bal- pond, at $75 per acre, one-third cash, anee one year at 6 per cent. balance one and two years at 6 per cent. 950 acres bottom land, all in timber. One 2-story, 7-room house, well locat- As soon as cleared will rent for $5 per ed in the east part of the city and is a acre. Five miles northwest of Kenton, bargain at $2,100. Price $11.50 per acre. Forester, Beckham & Forester Union City, Tennessee. Mo T17 7T7Ti TT T7TYY 1 MID-SUMMER Sale Opportunities to Obtain FOR ALL SUMMER GOODS HAVE THE TOUCH OF OUR BLUE - PENCIL EVENT. WHITE SHIRT WAISTS for hot weather. Bargains at $1.00, now to close -69c LADIES' READY - MADE GARMENTS Linen, Cotton and Muslin Suits, ' now to close At Half Price HOT-WEATHER PRICES on ail Wash Fabrics- White and Printed Batiste, Linen, Cambric and Persian Lawns, White Dimities, Flaxons, etc. ALL MILLINERY, trimmed and untrimmed, at.. Half Price and Less Now is Your Opportunity for Summer Bargains. T. C DRY GOODS Union City Training School. Established in. 1888 Begins its twenty-second session Wednesday, Septem ber 1st. Prepares students for life and the leading universities. We have one of the finest boarding halls in the South, and those desiring rooms should make application early, as we take only a limited number. Address C. M. MATHIS or F. C. AYDELOTT. 0 tin o GEORGE B. WILLIS, Manager WEST TENNESSEE MONUMENT CO. DEALERS IN American and 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. Eegimental Encampment. The officials of uniform rank V. O W. met at Obion August 14, 1909, to elect officers and to arrange for regi mental encampment. The encanmment will be held at Wheeling, on Reelfoot Lake, on bep- tember 6 to 11, inclusive. The follow ing are the elected regimental officers: Colonel, P. U. Glover; Lieutenant Col onel, S. T. Riley; Regimental Quarter master, A. B. Nichols; Chief of Hos pital Force, J. B. Havner. First battalion is composed of com panies A, 1, l, ana ju ; Major, a. Pate; Adjutant, T. C. Word. Second battalion is composed of com panies J, J), 11 ana k; Major, 1. ur, Spate;, Adjutant, B. L. Robinson. Third battalion, composed of com panies T, C, D and G, is not yet organ ized. Eadh company will report at Shaw's Park, Reelfoot Lake, Monday, Septem ber 6. Each morning will be devoted to field drills, parades, unveilings, fu nerals and so on: afternoons to dress parades; nights to open air initiations. If as many as ten companies enter the encampment prizes will be offered by the Sovereign Encampment. All musicians who desire to enter the regimental band will report to Capt. T. C. Neeiey, Hornbeak. To distinguish the battalions,.- the first will wear white shirts, the second blue shirts, the third black shirts. Each company will furnish 'its own tents, provisions, blankets, camp stoves, cooks, cots, etc. By order of Col. C. L. Mather, Oma ha, Nebraska, every company in Ten nessee and Kentucky is invited to par ticipate in this encampment under the same rules and regulations governing the Seventy-third Regiment. T. U. Glover, Col. Seventy-third Regiment. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this pnper will be pleased to learn that there is at lenst one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the .only positive cure now known to the medical fra ternity, catarrn Deiug a consuuuiunHi intense, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by build ing up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith la It curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O, Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take HaU's Family rills for constipation. That cool place Dahnke's. Delegates to Division Institute. Following is a list of delegates selected to the big division institute, to be held at Jackson in September: , District 14 D. A. Deem, S. Deem, Woody Cunningham, Ed McCorkle. District 15 T. J. 0$vie, Tom For rester, J. T. Darnell, John Board, E. W. Wilson. District 16 W. H. Prewitt, C. H. Cathey, J. F. Hickman, J. B. Neither land, T. D. Jones, S. H, Wright. District 11 W. A. Garrison, T. P. Finch, W. R. Smith, C. B. Holloman, Neal Thompson, M. D. Dosier. , District 10 Luke Latimer, John Mitchell, Joe Boston, D. L. Norred, W. W. H. Latimer. District 1 J. F. Swiggart, J. W. Cates, Tom Hamilton, T. J. Owen, A. Givens, J. M. Hickman, A. S. Homel, A. B. Hutchinson, Jerry Tucker. District 13 G. W. Tucker, Jake Caldwell, Tom Reynolds, Dr. T. Mar shall, Tillman Sbipp, John Mitchell, Tom Jernigan, F. M. McRee, H. Moss. District 5 P. D. Hornbeak, John White, Odie Davis, Jim Reeves, John Keith. District 6 M. O. Garrison, T. C. Word, C. N. Curry, Mike Buchanan, R. L. Andrews. District 9 J. W. Luker, R. L. John son, w. a. carter, m. a. uarron, w. H. Cutter. District 8 Ben Vaughn, F. G. Cun ningham, J. B. Bruce, Buck Eskue. District 7 Will Parish, W. F. Hamil ton, R. C. Davis, J. E. Olive, Will Bryant, Lee Wade. District 4 George Burford S. T. Prewitt. District 23. L. Glover, J. C. Schell, Nick Logan, H. Houser, C. E. Cox; W. P. Nash, Marcus Glover. District 8 J. S. Henderson, T. Mc- Neeley, J. M. Foster, Joe Hunt, George Bruce, J. R. Harrison. A Doctors Statement. J. R. Wells, M. D., Weidners, Ark., writes: 1 have been practicing in Arkansas 20 years and constantly pre scribe Mendenhall's Chill Tonic, where quinine is contra-indicated for children and adults with weak stomachs. It sticks where others fail. " Sold by Red Cross Store. Married.' C, D. Hicks and Miss Bessie E. My ers, of Missouri, were married by Esq. Sacra at his office in the city on the 19th inst.