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DR. E. M. LONG
DENTIST
Over U'hite & Burchard't Drug
Store., Union City, Tenn.
Telephone
Office 144-2, Residence 144-3
DR. E. M. LOiNG
DENTIST
Over White & Burchard'a Drug
Store, Union City, Tenn.
Telephones
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fuion City Commercial, eta jlisl.e !'. ) Co , ,;,..-, September 1 i97
West Tennessee Courier, established ;ai7 ( Lm llalM rpiemner 1. i-yi
UNION CITY, TENN, FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 1911.
VOL. 19, NO. 42
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have us fo yqv
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convenience -the
maximum of safe
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ELLERS CHECKS
WjV'O CERTIFICATES
Of .DJS.J" O.S I T
Union City, Tenn.
THIItD NATIONAL BANK!
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GOOD CITIZENS INTERESTED.
iFultoii Weddings, " -
Fulton, Ky.; Pee. 31. Will Wiley
and ri-- Mina Bugg, a handsome run
away ciuple from Clinton', Ky., were
united in marriage here to-day at the
home of E. M. Lucas, in South Fulton.
K-H. J. T. Futrcll performed tho cere
mony.1 -
";. W. Hummers and Miss Ida B.
Paige, prominent young people of May-'
field, Ivy., eloped to this city and wore
N.;ied at the home of Esq. J. T.
and Miss Myrthi Fergu-
Ky., surprised their
friends by coming to Fulton and get"
ting married.
Bealous Thompson and Miss Lala
Walker, popular young people of Beel
erton, Ky., drove to Fulton and were
married at the .home of Esq. J. T. Fu
trell. The surprise marriago of tho holiday
season was that of Trever Tucker and
Miss Ruby Thacker, two the best known
young people in tho city. The groom is
the son of J. F, Tucker, a well known
fanner. .
You 've tried
the rest, now try
best Jersey Cream Flour.
the
Initial Movement Afoot for Road
to Reelfoot Lake.
A very large and representative crowd
of citizens met at the courthouse, last
Monday to devise way and means for a
good roads campaign in Obion County.
Tho specific purpose of the meeting was
to develop plans for the building of a
hard road to Reelfoot Lake. W. G.
Reynolds was elected permanent chair
man of the association. W. L. White
was elected seore'ary.
Chairman Reynolds stated that , the
object of the meeting was to arrange
for tho building of a good road from
Union City to some point on tho lake.
Ti. R, Marshall made a talk in favor
of the building of the road by Fre
mont. Mr. Glover talked in favor of
going by Rock Springs. .
W, L. White suggested to get the
sense of the people living Jn the dis-;
tricts in the radius of the proposed
route to be established in order that the
best and most desirable" route be de
termined upon.
R. L. Lockert thought that a com
mittee should be selected and this com
mittee first get subscriptions in the way
of money, work, right of way, material
and then fix upon the best route as a
more practical plan. Of course this
plan will naturally involve the taking
of interest in the road according to lo
cation. That is, if a subscriber gets
his choice he gives more than if some
other route should be adopted.
Mr. Selmo Harris thought tnt the
whole county would be intereilVd in
this matter, that it is a big undertaking
and that the committee should be made
up with members from all the districts
in tho county.;
Mr. Lockert made a motion to ap
point a committee, with two or three
members from each civil district, and
ibis was amended by having the chair
appoint a committee of fivo who are to
Select the committee on ways and
means, as follows: R. L, Lockert, E. A.
Glover, R. B. Marshall, Dan Word, J.
A. Cloar. - .
These gentlemen arc to send in two
or three names from each civil district
who are to compose the committee on
plans and ways and means for a road
from Union City to Reellobt Lake..
Many substantial citizens from Vari
ous parts of tho County were present
and interested. . . -
- F. J. Smilh, R. A. Fierce, Mayor
Coble and quite a number of people in
town were present. .
There is no doubt that it is a popular
movement, one which will extend to
other parts of the county when in
augurated. , .' V
." Meeting adjourned subject to call of
chair. , .-. ... ,
NEWS NOTES.
Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson, the excom
municated leader of the First Church of
Christ, Scientist, New York, has issued
a statement proclaiming her belief in
the resurrection of Mrs. Mary Baker
Eddy in human form and that Christ
and tho millennium will come with her.
It was reported in Washington that
Champ Clark would make a speech in
the Democratic House conference in
which he would nominate Representa
tive Underwood, of Alabama, for the
chairmanship of the Ways and Means
Committee.
Treasury officials believe an. investi
gation of alleged sugar frauds at San
Francisco will make a showing which
will eclipse tho New York disclosures. -
There were 248 business failures in
the United States during the week end-
Offer Extraordinary
To introduce the famous Rexall Cherry Bark Cough
STUp we will give with each 25c bottle only one to
each customer ;
TWO GOLD FISH AND A NIGE GLOSE. ' .
Offer begins tomorrow -Sat. Jan. 7 til,' and lasts untft
our supply of fish gives out. As we have only a limited
supply, come early so you wont miss this extremely
good offer. Customers must come to the store for th
'offer. ; '
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RED CROSS DRUG STOr
TK Rexck.ll Store
C. V. Jones
H. M. Oliv,
ing December 20 against 271 for the
same period last year.
. It is said that the Federal grand jury
at New Orleans has ascertained that the
Government has been defrauded out of
more than $1,000,000 in duties on sugar
at that port through false weights and
improper grading.
The most important featured of tho
Southern Commercial Congress meeting
at Atlanta, Ga., next March, were an
nounced, and include addresses by Presi
dent Taft, Col. Roosevelt and other
prominent men. . ,
Aviator John B. Moisant had a thriH
ling battle with a fifty-mile gale whfio
4,000 feet in the air above the aviat'on
field at New Orleans. He descended in
safety, but was completely exhausted.
. Orders have been issued by the Con
troller of tho Currency directing every
one of the 7,200 ni
United Stales to im
amounts to a unif i
keeping.
An agreement
whereby .75,000
men employed I
United States ar
increases of 10 ;
Joseph G. R
York banker, Ui
homo in N(y
court tp.4aeo arra
puBl saved his i
and ho was taken tl
Bellevue Hospital,
fAn agreement
tho establishment of I
railway commission w
the railroad! operate
United States and Cana1
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Statement of condition of the
Old NatioHal Bat-ik
At the close of business Dec. 31, 1910.
: RESOURCES;
V, S. Bonds 50 000 00
Loans and Discounts ----'i-- v 254 212 33
Overdrafts .-..--..a 3 712 87
Banking House and Fixtures 5 500 00
Premium on U. S. Bonds 437 50
Due from U. S. Treasurer '' " 2 500 00
Cash and Sight Exchange , 144 359 55
Total....... ...:$460 722 25
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock : .. $ 75 000 00
Surplus and Profits - lft 'L . 1 9 32 1 08
Circulation .... ...-- 50 000 00
Deposits ---- 316 401 17
' Total $460 722 25
DIRECTORS.
L. S. Parks R. P. Whitesell Seid VV
A. S. Corum J. A. Wheeler J. S. Rob'
D. A. Edwards E. V. Caldwell J. A. I
H. A. Beck Walter Howell
ill- ...!. L i- l i Ann n
we wisn to eacn ana every one m uays or i
perity, Health and Happiness for the Year 19
We will continue to offer to you tha services ol
Bank, CONSERVATIVE and STRONG, yet LIBERA
L. S. PARKS, President
S. Waddell, V.-Pres. J. S. Roberts, V.-Pres.
E. V. Caldwell, Asst. Cashier
J. A. Hefley, Asst. Cashier
C. W. Miles, Bookkeeper. A. L. Garth, Bookksep?,
WALTER HOWELL, Cashier
. . ,.
seat and center of American vitality
and American inllueuce. II the inde
pendent newspapers of that sectiou will
speak out, and if theiy Congressmen
will take an enhghte'il interest in
thev fiave to s? there will not
it li'.Washington in
X,tIi(i Pnna.
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in dol-Irovid-I
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in
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for trading through this seaport with
Central and South America and with the
Orient. If he wishes to import and ex
port he can do business here cheaper
and better than he can do it in New
York or in the East. If he wishes to
open up a vast trado territory with
South America and the Orient, which is
now inaccessible to him through tho
East, owing to competition and costs
there, ho can only reach that territory
through the natural deep water seaports
of.the Mississippi Valley. , If ho wishes
to handlo heavy cargo in the next ten,
twenty or fifty years he must load it in
boats, float it down the Mississippi and
transfer it here to the carriers of the
world.
There is no answer to that. New
Orleans is the Panama port. It is as
much the natural seaport of the Missis
sippi Valley as New York is the natural
seaport of the East, the artificial seaport
of the reht of the United States. Great
worlj trade cannot be established with
out great ships and shipping, and it is
up to the rest of the Mississippi Valley
manufacturers and the leading business
interests of its city whether they no not
know that this argument is correct, and
if they find that this argument is cor
rect, if they will see that this may throw
the vast influence of the Mississippi Val
ley behind the Panama Exposition
movement at New Orleans there is no
doubt about the result. New Orleans
Item.
Crushed by the Cars.
Tiptonville, Term., Jan. 1. Jordan
Foster, aged 21, flagman on passenger
train No. 404, wink coupling cars in
the yards at Tiptonville at 2 p. m, Fri
day was caught between the cars and
his body crushed. He died at 3 o'clock
this morning at the home
Mrs. J, II. King. A moth
one sister anu one orothei
1 to stand behind New Or'eans.
V The best way that this object can be
accomplished is by the newspapers of
he Mississippi Valley insisting that
Voir Congressmen support Now Orleans
the logical and only site for the Pana-
.Exposition. If each newspaper
l these facta as 'they know them to
Tho correspondent
Chronicle, who wrote
the Portugese revolutio
ont situation iu Toi-tuf
conflict not between rl
publicans but 'bet war
republicans and the kxt
ists. A secret societ f
the bottom of the mii
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compel the Amoricur
to produce its books i
their own commerce
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