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Correct Shape Style 203 "Pierce Toe You this shoe with Serfect conli ence, baited on our iron-clad guarantee a new pair free if the Jiatent "Burrojaps" eatlier in the uppers breaks through before the ilrst aole wears through. As for fit, Bun & Packard's name on shoes for half a cen tury has stood for famous fitting quality. BUY A PAIR TO- .SHAPE 10,000 pairs of "Queen Quality" Shoes daily not enough to meet the wants of American wo men. What better at tribute of worth than this? Summer styles, $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 W. G. Clagett Co. Warnings, Hints Reminders, on a Burning Subject ! The High-Ways and By-Ways of Union City. , No street too good, No alley or lane too poor For us to navigate ! We get there .with the Best of Coal. WE SELL RON AIR COAL Union City Ice & Coal Co. Telephone 150 f( 11. 1 V ANNOUNCEMENTS For Trustee. V CHKATHAM We have the authority to ninince J R (Pud) Chentham as a candidate tor the office of Trustee of Olion County. For Trustee. We have this week the authority fro Sir. Pud Cheatham, cue of the be known citizens of the county, to a nounce him as a candidate for the offic of Trustee of Obton Count Mr. Cheat ham came in the office just before j went to press and as time was limited we arranged to give his candidacy due notice next week. The ladies of Union City have request eu us, in the absence of an opportunity to reach the duty themselves, to exten to Professor Nute a vote of thanks for the address to the pupils made by him before the school this week. It was in the form of advice to the school chil dren of Union City, illustrating the fol lies of the day and the sensible and wuoiesome way or living ana enjoying the pleasures of life. The ladles will in a short timo in a more extended way express their appreciation to Mr. Nuto for this aJJiess. The finding of the jury in the Alex ander case last Wednesday has had salutary effect. The human pulse beats regularly again under the safeguard of justice impartially administered. This paper entertained slight hope of the organization of another jury. But the jury was found, and it was a jury of our peers. Most of them were young men. The duty of a juror in a case like this involves a very grave responsi bility. They are sworn to return a ver diet as charged impartially and accord ing to the law and evidence. The pen alty is heavy but the crime was great and when these young men and thei elders returned a verdict of murder in the first degree they did so with the moral courage of having discharged their solemn duty as citizens under oath conscious at the same time of the extent and severity of the punishment. The purpose of the law is not that men shall bo punished solely for crime, but also in order that the laws may protect us in the peaceful pursuits of life and happiness. It is no small matter to discharge such a duty, and these twelve good men and true will have the en dorsement of every law-abiding citizen Snaked His Fish. Col. A. D. Keller, F. E. Arnn and Mr. Ong went down to Crockett Mon day to string a bunch of good ones. In other words they went fishing, armed w ith all the paraphernalia that a mod ern Nimrod could desire, and hove to along the banks of the ponds about Crockett. x Biting was gcoJ, owing to the fact that early spring mosquitoes wer,e, ripe. A few perch, however, liar ing breakfasted early, began to forage around in strange places for a bite or two and found the bait offered them by the visitors from the postoffico. Occasionally one or more were draw n up, something like the shooting of a star, on the end of a hook. Mr. Ong had scored, Col. Keller scored, but nothing for Mr. Arnn. This did not discourage the gentleman from Cork and he laid to with a firmer patience. Score again for Keller and Ong. Not a sound, not a murmur, in the direction of the other line. Minutes were passing, 'skeeters biting, still no fish for the re cruit. The stillness had grown intonse and it seemed that there would bo no end to it. But, hist! something doing Little Fornie," the gentleman from Cork, had landed and it was a whop per nearly three inches long. Twice more on that momentous occasion did lie sw ipe liie atmospnere with a wrig gling silverside. It was a day of success. Stringing these fine fellows he left them for a more tempting spot, tie was sitting quietly contemplating a fish fry when some strange sound fell upon his car, and looking around a black moccasin, about eight feet in length, was moving slowly away with the day's catch. A smke, and the ugly creature was making a meal of the fish. "Lit tle Fornie" saw the snake but he did not stay to see the finish. Fishing at that place wasn't good anyway. Colonel Keller and Mr. Ong, we un derstand, prepared for a big fishfry, but no fish fry for Little forme. Training School. Tho commencement sermon w ill be preached by the pastor, Bev. J. II. Zwingle, at the Cumberland Presby terian Church on Sunday morning, May f?S. nt 11 o'clock. On Mondav even ing, May 29, a declamation contest will be held at Reynolds Opera House. A medal by Judge Swiggart will be award ed to the winner. On Tuesday even ing, May 80, the Alpha Epsilon and Epsllon Rhos will meet in joint debate, the contest to be decided and medal awarded. ' Wednesday evening, May 31, will be graduating night. On this occasion the oratorical contest will take place and medal awarded. The 1911 class is as follows: Garland Crenshaw, Milton Talley, Key Mott, Robt. Whitson, Wood Tay lor, John Harrison, Tierce Caruthers, Misses Stella.Willianis, Grace Caldwell, Margaret wAitson, Virginia Swiggart. Fourth July Meeting. Called meeting for the Fourth of July celebration met over tho Gem Theater in the Morris School room Tuesday, May 16, at 8 p. in. Chairmau Morris called" the meeting t(T order, and '.he minutes of the former meeting read. Motion was made by Geo. Dahnke that the Fourth of July be fittingly cele brated, and, seconded by Ben Howard, motion carried. The finance committee reported that part of the money was liberally sub scribed and there would be no trouble in getting the amount required for all pur poses. Moved that the finance committee. ?lected at the former meeting, be made permanent, and that they go on and se- ure the amount necessary to pull off one of the best meetings ever held in LnionCity, This committee consisted of W. C. Morris, chairman. E. A. Kirk- land, H. M. Oliver and Albert Rainey. E. A. Knkland elected permanent treasurer. Hiram Wilbanks andDrury Edwards! ere added to the committee to solicit funds. Concession committee: S. D. Woos y elected chairman, J. C. Burdick and Ben Howard assistants. J. W. Woosley, Ann Cox and Bob Craig were placed on the entertainment committee. The advisory board then took up the matter of attractions and called a meet ing for 10 o'clock, May 17, to have the secretary to line up a list of attractions, the best obtainable, and prices of same. and especially the matter of having an aeroplane flight, after which the board as to pass upon the best attractions to be had for the money. Meeting then adjourned until Tuesday. May 23, at 8. m. at the City Hall. Vaudeville Coming. Manager Reynolds informs us that he has signed with the Southern Circuit for summer vaudeville at Reynolds Opera House, beginning June 1 and ciosinjr Sept. 1. The patrons of this theatre will have the ' privilege of seeing the same attractions iven in Memphis, Nashville and New Orleans., The cir cuit comprises about thirty-si. cities with headquarters in Nashville. The performances will be constituted of vaudeville attractions and moving pic tures. The vaudeville bill will be changed three times a week. " - The doors of the Reynolds will there fore be opened June 1 with tho first of these attractions and they will continue until the end of the summer season. A Leaf from the Book cf Life wovld disclose that one ot woman chief e si res is to possess fine jewels. This is perfectly natural, for an attractive woman perennial joy to mankind; and what nds more attractiveness to her than rich, rare, scintillating gems? This shop is the ome of fine jewelry jeweled ornaments f class and character. Our display this spring is gorgeous; more eaned and ap pealing than ever." All goods priced rea sonably. Prompt and courteous attention all. Won't you inspect our new stock? Dietzel Bros. Charles and Frank UNION CITY, TENN, SmJiJr Loose StA dust and store sweepings. Paper bas leak, strerth, freshness and aroma. LUZIANNE COFFEE in Its air-tiht can Is dust-free, strong, fresh and of per- Q rect quality. V"! StlLT-I AYlOR UJ mmmmmtmwmmmmmm ii 1 ili lrvfcr ' ox .srifiWii f We have a number requirements ot an outing m - . m These low-cuts are the same time they reproduce the latest custom styles for the . . . are acknowledged to be the equal in style, fit and quality of the r best custom-built shoes. Let us show you these Regal Outing Uxtord styles, and compare them tor yourself with other Oxfords sold at many times Regal prices. Remember, that we can give you in Regal quarter-sizes the same exact fit as you would get in made-to-measure shoes and perfect fit t .1 r . . . t . is or tne nrst importance m qJo Ao GoMe riDCT CTPCt. I irvlISrVI m City Schools Commencement, Friday, 8 :00 p. m. .May 19 Junior re ception to Senior. Saturday, 6:00 p. m.. May 20 Tea tendered to Seniors by Mrs. A. C. Nute. Sunday, 7:45 p. m., May 21 Bacca laureate sermon by Rev. W. C. Sellers at the M. E. Church. v Monday, 8:00 p,ni May 22 Class night exercises at School Building. Monday, 2:00 to 5:00 p. m., May 22 Art reception at School Building. Monday, 9:30 p. m., May 22 Sopho more reception at Gymnasium. Tuesday, 1:30 p. m., May 23 Lunch eon to speakers of Eighth Grade. Tuesday, 8:00 p. m., May 23 Eighth Grade graduation at Opera House. GRADl'ATK.3, Classical Marene Allen, Katheiine Dahnke, Murray Woody. Commercial Willie M. Jones, Curtis Harris, Roy Coleman, Carl McMichael. I'ROGKAM EIGHTH GRADE. Prayer. Salutatory Margaret Godw in. The Confederate Dead Robt. Alex ander. The Last Word Lila Caldwell. Sargeant Prentiss's First Plea Mer ritt Majors. Nydia Rita Caldwell. Music. Henry O'Grady Ester Milburn The Fiddle Told-Jeannie Garth. The Unknown Speaker Beauchamp McConnclI. An Historic Parallel Dixon Williams. Filence (Valedictory) Mary Dahnke. Presentation of diplomas. CLASS SIGHT. March Bertha Tisdale. President's Address Murray Woody. History Katherino Dahnke. Prophecy Roy Coleman. Music Rolerta Tisdale. Poem Marene Allen. Oration Willie Jones. Junior Response Scth Ilorsley. Presentation Curtis Harris. School song. COMMENCEMENT. -. I " i Subject: The Isms" Affecting Life, Opening Exercises Senior Class. Salutatory (Commercialism) Willie M. Jones. Modernism Roy Coleman. Americanism Curtis Harris. Music Marene Allen. Continentalisni Carl McMichael. Sjiecialism Murray Woody. Classicism (Valedictory) Katherine Dahnke. Music Marene Allen. Presentation of diplomas. W.CT.U. Scripture lesson Jas. 3: 1-18. Business meeting. Topic "Humane Education. " Leaflets Why a department of Mercy? Fundamental Deed of Humane Education. The Angel of Mercy. Open Conference What can we do to secure better Humane Laws? Mrs. W. H. Swiggart.leader. Place of Meeting Mrs, R. Green, North Third street, Friday, May 19, at 3 p. m. Outing Regale of Regal Oxford styles designed shoe. - stronclv made and insure Derfect . " . r . EGAL SHOES outing low-cuts. The Orebaug'h Studio rs an inducement, i win give A 1 f !! photographs for the price of one dozen. Am also making small photographs six for 50 cents. Post cards, $ 1 .00 a dozen. Bring the babies and have their photos made. Special attention given them. To-day is the time to have your work done; to-morrow may be too late. Special attention given to orders for all kinds of enlarging. Call and see me. C. E OREBAUGH. PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE CARTER & WHITE Real Estate and Insurance The oldest real estate firm in the county. We are in position to handle your business First Street, over Park St McCutchan Union City Phone 77 LIVERY REECE ALEXANDER ...Liveryman... Swell Single Rigs Prices Reasonable Telephone 3 1 1 Opposite operahouse Office of Dr. A. C. Misner, Veterinary Surgeon.I ELECTRICIANS Harrison Electric Co. Headquarters for Everything in the Electric Way Telephone 277 Harrison Electric Co. TAILORS Notice to the Public: i At any time you have an old garment you want made new, call 463. Not the best in town but as good. Suits made to order, from $15 to V. Goods called for and delivered to any part of the city. CHESTER CRAIG, Prop. WALLPAPER, PAINTING R. E. CRAIG Interior Decorating and House Painting , Wallpaper and Room Moulding just Received Rear of City Recorder's office First Street Phone 488 MUSIC AND ART MISS McDEARMON i....Teacher rf.. Piano and Violin Studio 506 North Ury Street, near Public School. Telephone 286 i to meet the special comfort, while at season. & Son' r .1 1 ror tne next ten days fift, een CARDS PHYSICIANS DR. W. A. NAILLING PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Hours: 8:10 to 9:30 a. 111. 2 to 4 p, ni. EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Modern Electrical Treatment. Office Phone 100. t Nnillinij Building JNO. B. ADKERSON Physician and Surgeon Office Main street, at Red Star Drug Store Office Phone 600 Residence 169. DENTAL Dr. J. E. Hudson DENTIST TELEPHONES omcE si itLtrnunto residence 445 Rooms J and 2, Nailling Building DR. H. G. ROBINSON DENTIST Room 5 Nailling Building Telephone 81 Union City, Tenn. REAL ESTATE. To the People of Union Gty and to My Friends Gene, ally Who, to Som Este nt. J Talus it, Are Interested More or Less in My Behalf: ' I take this method of announcing that I have decided fully to enter a gener al Real Estate, and Collecting Bi sines, under the name of Harris Real Estate & Investment Co. Very respectfully, The Harris Real Estate 6c Investment Co. W. T. HARRIS, Manager. J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish Game Oysters in Benson. ! Same old stand, near the ice factory. A3 jc"v ml f $350 $5