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. Loans I make loans on lands loca ted in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and ' Fulton County, Ky.f in sums of $ 1 ,000 or more on first-class improv ed farms. Forty per cent of the full value of a farm will be loaned. Loan made on farma of fifty acres or mere on 5 years time with privilege to borrow er of paying same after one year in full or making any size partial pay ment desired at intervals of 6 months after one year from date of loan, in terest being stopped on partial pay ments made. 1 guarantee the interest and expenses on a loan procured through me will be less than the same loan would cost you obtained from any other source.and the terms and con ditions more satisfactory. O. SPRADLIN UNION CITY. Use Exquisite Hair Tonic and your hair will become as soft as a baby's and as (luffy as a woman's. Craig's Shop f In order to introduce my work I will make the fol lowing prices on dental work for the next thirty days: Set of teeth..... $8.00 Gold crowns 7.00 Porcelain crowns 4.00 Silver fillings 1.00 Gold fillings. $2.00 and up Positively all work guaranteed. Dr. J. E. Hudson TELEPHONES OFFICE 81 RESIDENCE 449 Rooms 1 and 2, Nailling Building SAVE Mf f MONEY iPff CLAIM ATTENTION. Have us supply you with your coal the coal that pro duces the maximum number of heat units with the smallest consumption. vjur coal is really a clean coal and it actually carries the minimum of non-heating pro ducing substances. The good coal you hear of comes from Union City Ice & Goal Go. Distributors of Comfort. Telephone No. 150. jiff Weather Baking This summer have us do the baking have us suffer all the inconveniences, worries, etc. When you have us do the baking, you're certain of good baking perfect bread, pastry, cakes, etc., always. Why not be wise and have us do the baking for your fam ily? Dahnke's Cafe Phone 109 Fifteen Floterial Districts and 22 Counties. Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 3. The Ten nessee House of Representatives has a Mai membership of ninety-nine. The .Senate has thirty-three members, mak ing the total membership in the Gen eral Assembly 132. . Twenty-seveu of the ninety-nine members of the House are joint Representatives. Fifty-five counties are entitled to direct represen tation, there being seventy-two direct Representatives, several counties having more than one Representative each, namely: Davidson, G; Gibson, 2; Ham ilton, 3; Knox, 3; Madison, 2; Maury, 2, and Shelby, 7. Nominations have been made by either Democrats or Republicans, in some cases by both, in twelve of the twenty-seven Floterial Districts of Ten nessee. Thirty-three of the fifty-live counties which are entitled to direct rep resentation have. also made nominations for the House. It is seen, therefore, that nominations are yet to be made in fifteen Floterial Districts, and in twenty two counties which are entitled to di rect representation. It has previously been shown that nominations have been made in a ma jority of the thirty-three Senatorial Dis tricts. During the past week homina tions have been made in three Sena torial Districts. Seventh Senatorial District, Apder son, Koane. McMinn. Bradley and anies Counties, X. Y. Hicks, Repub lican, of Clinton, has been nominated to succeed the late Senator Fred Mans field, Republican. 'v Ninth Senatorial District, Rhea, Se quatehie, Meigs, Bledsoe, Van Buren White and Cumberland Counties, Judge V. F. Story, of Sparta, Administration Democrat, has been nominated. The Republicans had previously made nomination in this district. Senator John R. Neal, Democrat, from Rhea County, the incumbent, has announced as an independent. Fourteenth Senatorial Districts, Sum ner, lrousdale and Macon Counties Doctor Walton S. Dotson, Republican has been nominated. In this connection a brief review of what has been done in the way of nom inating candidates for the next House of Representatives will bo of interest, the nominations made to date for joint and for direct Representatives being given. JOINT REI'RKSKSTATl VRS. Second District Sullivan and Haw kins Counties. Ihere are two nomina tions in this district. J. Harry Swan, Jr., Bristol, is the nominee of the anti Administration Democrats, and G. F. Lauderbaek, of the same county, of the Patterson Democrats. Fourth District Jefferson and Hamb len Counties. W. M. Deeper, of Jef ferson County, Republican, has been nominated. Sixth District Scott, Campbell and Union Counties. H. B. Brown, of Jel- lico, a Republican, is the nominee. Seventh District Anderson and Mor gan Counties. S. M. Death, of Clinton, and 1). W. Byrge, of Petros, Republi cans, have both been nominated, there having been a split in the district con vention. Tenth District Meigs and Rhea Coun ties. Soseph h,. Benson, Republican, Rhea County, is the nominee. Eleventh District Cumberland, Bled soe, Sequatchie, Nan Jniren andurunuy Counties. This Floterial District lias more counties than any other in the State. Lawson H. Myers, of Bledsoe, Democrat, and A. L. Garrison, of Cum berland, Republican, have been nom inated. Fourteenth District Sumner, Trous dale and Macon Counties. J. E. Fi'st an Administration Democrat, has been eclared the nominee. He will be op posed by Hon. Mark D. Rickman, of Trousdale, an anti-Administration Dem ocrat, the incumbent, Ben H. Hix, Re publican, has also been nominated. Sixteenth District Bedford, Moore and Lincoln Counties. Hon. Thomas Wiseman, Jr., Democrat, of Moore County, has been nominated. Nineteenth District Montgomery and Robertson Counties. T. B. Ewing, of Montgomery County, an Administra tion Democrat, has been declared the nominee under a primary plan. Hon. Harvey Whitfield, of Clarksville, an anti-Administration Democrat, is in the running for a second term. Twenty-second District Henry, Car roll and Weakley Counties. J. J. John sonius, of Henry County, an anti-Ad-ministratioil Democrat, hap been nom inated. K. Twenty-third District Madison and Henderson Counties, Hon. .'John F. Hall, of Henderson County I an anti Administration Democrat, h fc been re nominated. Twenty-fifth District Obion, Lake NEW TAILORED SUITS. Cloths and Heather Mixtures Frog Fastenings on Coats New Motor Coats Silk Hats and Satin Dress Trimmings. Much advance buying is necessary where there are girls to tit out for school or college, and news of advance styles is a valuable aid in the selection of clothes that must la.st through the winter. TAU.OKKD SUITS. The tailored suit is the main depend ence of both the girl and her mother, and many of the best models are already in the shops waiting to be shown to ear ly buyers. Very simple lines, almost no trimming, but the utmost perfection of cut and finish characterizes the best models. The coat that is shorter than I- ' rr a m - fL fv I v An vK X t Vi yf?y -tl xP fiMi In i vMli h mWm - mmm hi mm m .til ti7? M M n'PV J . 3i73 MteSiS"10 a buttoned jXK-ket flap on the left side of the front breadth. MATERIALS. Scotch Heather Mixtures" and Bou cle cloths with their knotted surface are the extreme novelty of this season Lord it Taylor are making a great show ing of these and of fancy cheviots both in whale and basket weaves, also some extremely smart black and white and gun metal effects in narrow stripes, that are always particularly good looking made up in sevt-rt tailored styles. For later and more dressy wear a most enticing line of broadcloths at from if'.ot) to 3.ou per yard are being eager ly bought by fashion able tailors and dress makers. FOR MORE ELABORATE WEAR. Suits for more elab orate wear are quite ornate in e ff e c t though plain princess lines continue to be employed for these. Great use is made of satin for trimming, and coats of silk and satin to match elabor ate costumes of cloth. Chiffon or crepe are a notable feature of the latest French impor tations. LONG COAT8, WRAI'S The smartest long coat for general wear is a loose belted uls ter, of blanket wool- vjJand light in weight. tans arc the favorite shad ij in these gar ments, but m any whites and light col ors are also worn. Wraps of broadcloth in various capo and burnouse forms are not much different from the spring show ing of these garments. HATS. The all silk hat is the leading novelty among the advance tailor-made models, and these come in an endless variety of col The above designs are by The McCall Company, New York, """ $1,250 - Five Passenger Automobile World's Greatest Endurance Car. 22,000-mile re cord made by Regal "PLUGGER" proves marvelous reliability of the Regal "30." Reliability is of vital importance to any car, but more especially to the purchaser of a car of moderate price. It means dol lars saved every time your car runs. Regal "30" is the ch o!ce of thousands of discriminating motor car buyers, who could afford any car; but primarily it is built for those who cannot afford the luxury of operating cost. The Regal "30" looks just as well, rides just as well and will take the roads just as well as all the high-priced cars, only it don't cost as much. It is the car you need, and we will be glad to give you a demonstration. We also have the "Flanders 20," one of the best 4-passenger cars on the market, that we can sell you for $790. Not a toy, but an automo bile, that will give you service and ready to go at any time. We carry in stock a full line of automobile supplies. Cars for hire. Take your friends out for a joy ride. Careful and ex perienced drivers for the trip. SEMONES SON Telephone 86 West Church St. Union City publican, is the nominee. Robertson County Gid L. Morris, Democrat, has been declared the nomi nee. Rutherford County Jesse Beasley, administration Democrat, and Dr. M. E. Neely, anti-administration Democrat, have both been nominated. The latter has been renominated by the faction he represents. Smith County B. D. Caldwell, ad ministration Democrat, has been nomi nated. Stewart County Hon. P. P. Fitz- hugh, administration Democrat, has been renominated. Sullivan County Hon. J. Parks Wor- ley, administration Democrat, has been renominated by his faction, and Robert E.Wolfe, anti-administration Democrat, has been declared the nominee of his faction. Sumner County Hon. D. B. Pur year, administration Democrat, has been renominated. Warren County S. A. Green, ad ministration Democrat, has been de clared the nominee. Weakley County Hon. D. W. Har per, anti-administration Democrat, has been renominated. Williamson County Dr. A. Gibbs, administration Democrat, has been nom inated. Wilson County B. J. Vanhook, anti-administration Democrat, and W. W. Hamblen, administration Democrat, have both been nominated. Carter & White do a legitimate real estate business and are in a position to handle your business to your entire sat isfaction. Our way: No sale, no pay. Designers and Makers of McCall Patterns the knee is the onq in favor. About 39 inches is the popular length, though many shorter and' a few longer models are worn. J he semi-fitting coat is not as smart as the looser very straight ef fects, with the centre fronts and backs ut wide and flat looking, and very nar row sides that reduce the lines of the hip. Skirts are decidedly narrow, but not ridiculously skimped, and "hobble" styles are only suggested by some of the trimmings on more elaborate costumes. The tailor skirt is plain with few strap pings or bands, and is apt to open with mines in the form of huge bows and rosettes, anil are both pretty and practical as they will stand an endless amount of wear without looking faded or shabby. WAISTS. The waist of chiffon cloth or messaline to match the costume is still the correct mode. The new models are usually made with the waist and sleeve cut in one, and are trimmed with satin when of chiffon cloth or marquisette. The satin ones with cloth appliques or braid ings of covered cords, or simply stitched and with frogs and buttons as their only garniture. Lucy Carter ;uid Dyer Counties. S. F. Howard, of Obion County, an anti-Administration Democrat, is the nominee. ' Bedford County V. S. Parsons, an anti-Administration Democrat, has been declared the nominee. Cannon County Hon. H. T. Stew- stewart, an anti-Administration Demo crat, has been renominated. J. Frank Comer, an independent, will oppose him. Cocke County Frank Farrot, Repub lican, is the nominee. DeKalb County A. N. Cathcart, ad ministration Democrat, is the nominee. Dickson County J. T. Hudson, ad ministration Democrat, and Jesse Allen, anti-administration Democrat, have both been nominated. Dyer County John M. Drane, ad ministration Democrat, is the nominee. Fayette County Dr. J. E. Parks, ad ministration Democrat, has been nominated. Gibson County Hon. H. T. Bennett, anti-administration Democrat, has been renominated, and A. D. Hassell, anoth- anti-administration Democrat has been named as his running mate. Hardeman County J. T. Moore,i,ad ministration Democrat, has been ncfrmi nated. j Hardin County Hon. C. T. Hoover, Republican, has been nominated. Haw kins County Henry Brooks, ad ministration Democrat, and Henry Light, anti-administration Democrat, have both been nominated. Haywood County Hon. Currie Dix on, administration Democrat, has been renominated. Hickman County J. W. Lambert, administration Democrat, and Johnson Tidwell, Republican, have both been nominated. Knox County II. H. Clements, J. C. Groner and Brice Longniire, Repub licans, have been nominated. Lauderdale County J. B. Mitchell, anti-administration Democrat, has been nominated. Lincoln County J. D. Tillman, ad ministration Democrat, has been nomi nated. Madison County Hons. J. G. Futrell and J. N. Robinson, both anti-administration Democrats, have been nominated and J. M. Simmons and M. II. Taylor, administration Democrats, have been selected to oppose them., Marion County Samuel F. Simpson, Democrat, has been nominated. " Marshall County Prof. B. M. Miller, administration Democrat, lias received the nomination. Montgomery County William Me Fall, administration Democrat, has been declared the nominee and will be op posed by Hon. A. M. Leach, anti-administration Democrat, the incumbent. Obion County Hon. E.'N. Moore, anti-administration Democrat, has been renominated. Overton County T. W. Carlock, anti-administration Democrat, has been nominated. Roane County Dr. I. A. Dial, Re- Kirkland's Cafe... For Ladies and Gentlemen GOOD SERVICE In fact, everything that is good in the eating line A nice, neat, clean place for a Lunch Fresh Oysters in sealed carriers to comply with the pure food law. A. E. KIRKLAND, Proprietor RIAL All kinds and sorts of UILDING IMT at Cheapest Prices Before you buy see Askins & Dircks Lumber Co. Telephone 53 June 7, 1910.