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DR. E. M. LONG
DENTIST Over While & Burchard' Drug Store, Union City, Tenn. Telephones . . . OfT.ce 144-2. Residence 144-3, Commercial DR. E. M. LONG DENTIST . : Over dilute fit BurcharcT Drufr Store, Union City, Tenn. Telelphones Office 144-2; Residence I44-J- IT TP? H iin I'liion City Contnitrriiit. el Ti'shrd IS W I .. , , , . , UNION CITY, TENN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. VOL. 20, NO. 19 West C-rineis- Courier, etli!ihed i t . - i VACATION IF YOU HAVE1 v. rccyiii t - . Copiritht JSK'9, Vj C. E. Zimm.rmac-Co.-.r . M HOW often a small additional expenditure on your vacation will double your pleasure. And what a difference it makes when you come back to still have money in the bank. . A BANK account malfes life's walk easy, smoothes out the rough places, and makes the bright spots more pleasant. You can't imagine what a difference it makes until you try it. THE PROOF COSTS YOU NOTHING. Old National Bank Union City, Tnniie MAN I CUR E .. rW dT. Jfk V 99 mw i U JU ....... o DO YOUR HANDS NEED Nail Buffers?... -25c up. NailFiles? JOc up ' ' Manicure Scissors? 25c up Nail Clips?. 25c Up Nail Polishers?.. .10c Up Cuticle Acid?..... ---.-..25c Up Complete Manicure Sets for 19c up See Special Display Next Week OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE. Fas mi oans 1 make loans on lands located in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and Fulton County, Ky., in sums of $ 1 ,000 or more on first-class improved farms. ' Forty per cent of the full value of a farm will be loaned. Loan made on farm of 50 acres or more on 5 years time with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making any size partial payment desired at invervals of 6 months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payments made. ; 1 guarantee the interest and expense 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 conditions more satisfactory. O. SPtRAOtLIN Vnlon City, Tenn. HARRIS, Mc A 00 & CO. UNION CITY, TENN. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF Concrete and Brick Work Manufacturers of Concrete Blocks. Also handle Feed of all kinds. We sell Lime, Cement and Sand. Phone 587 The Memphis Commercial Appeal, daily without Sunday, in a club with the Union City Commercial, one year for $3.40; six months, $1.70. Rate applies only to rural routes. A ElARRAmi RATIFIES RECIPROCITY. Radical Change in Uncle Sam's Tariff Policy. WHAT RECIPROCITY DOES. Grants mutual free trade in these principal articles, hitherto taxed: Live stock and poultry. Wheat, rye, oats, barley, buck wheat, corn, hay, straw. Fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, dried fruits. Dairy products, eggs, honey. Cotton-seed oil and seeds. Fish of all kinds, fresh or frozen, and all fish oils. Many forms of partly manufac tured lumber. Fencing wire, coke. Wood pulp and print paper and typesetting machines. . Grants important reductions "of tariff on these principal articles: Fresh meats, canned meats and poultry, lard. Flours and meals, Manufactured cereals. Wagons, plows and all farm imple ments. , Roofing materials, cutlery, bells and gongs. Musical instruments, , motfor ve hicles, boats. Plate glass, aluminum, finished lumber, iron ore, coal, cement. Clocks, watches, feathers, leather goods. Peanuts, canned vegetables, con densed milk. Washington, D. C, July 22. By a final vote of 53 to 27 the Senate ratified the Canadian reciprocity agreement at 1:35 this afternoon, thereby assuring an epochal change in the tariff policy' of the United States. Both in House and Senate the pact owes its success to Democratic votes. In each house a majority of the Re publicans antagonized the agreement and in both branches the pact received iriore Democratic than Republican bal lots. Eleventh-hour endeavors to amend the pact failed miserably to-day, just as similar schemes to destroy the agree ment have been beaten heretofore. Fourteen roll calls wpre taken, to-day on amendments, and all such propositions were turned down by a 5-to-l majority. HOW HAU.OTS WERK CAST. The vote for the measure follows: Democrats Bacon, Georgia; Bankhead, Alabama; JJryan, Florida; Chamberlain, Oregon; Chilton, West Virginia; Culber son, Texas; Davis, Arkansas; Fletcher, Florida; Foster, Louisiana; Gore, Okla homa; Hiteficock, Nebraska; Johnson, Maine; Johnston, Alabama; Kern, In diana; Martin, Virginia; Martine, New Jersey; Meyers, Montana; Newlands, Nevada; O'Gorman, New York; Over man, North Carolina; Owen, Oklahoma; Panyter, Kentucky; Pomeerene, Ohio; Reed, Missouri; Shively, Indiana; 1 , . , , Smith, Maryland; Smith, South Caro na; Stone, Missouri; Swanson, Vir ginia; Taylor, Tennessee; Watson, West Virginia; Williams, Mississippi. Republicans Bradley, Kentucky; Brandegee, Connecticut; Briggs, New Jersey; Brown, Nebraska; Burton, Ohio; Crane, Massachusetts; Cullom, Illinois; Guggenheim, Colorado; Lodge, Massa chusetts; McLean, Connecticut; Pen rose, Pennsylvania; Terkins, California; Poindexter, Washington; Richardson, Delaware; Root, New York; Stephenson, Wisconsin; Townsend, Michigan; Wet more, Rhode Island; Work, California; Jones, Washington; Nixon, Nevada. Against the Measure: Democrats Bailey, Texas; Clarke, Arkansas; Sim mons, rsortn Carolina. Kepubiieans Borah, Idaho; Bourne, Oregon; Bristow, Kansas; Burnham, New Hampshire; Clapp, Minnesota; Clark, Wyoming; Crawford, South Dakota; Cummins, Iowa; Curtis, Kansas; Dixon, Montana; Gamble, Scuth Dakota; Gronna. North Dakota; Heyburn, Idaho; Kenyon, Iowa; La Foilelto, Wisconsin; Lippitt, Rhode Island; Lorimer, Illinois; Mc Cumber, North Dakota; Nelson, Minne sota; Oliver, Tennslyvania; Tage, Ver mont; Smith, Michigan; Srnoot, Utah; Warren, Wyoming. CONSIDERED COMMERCIAL PRIZE. Thus a commercial prize is obtained for the United States, the value of which has . been foreseen b y clear-thinking economists for many years. Thus, too, ends a struggle which has shaken Amer ican politics as if by .a terrific subter ranean upheaval a struggle that has really waged on this side of the line for half a century. This outcome does not, however, end the tariff battle either in Congress or be fore the country. In fact, it marks but a beginning. Legislation fully as mo mentous is to face the stage of crucial voting only next week. But, relieved of all political considers tions, it is the prevailing opinion that the present special session of Congress must be primarily distinguished by its . . . 1 1 . enactment oi tne uanauian pact. Broadly put and stated briefly, these are the reasons sustaining this view: An opening wedge is driven through the tarilt wail tnat lias aamneu up trado between the two great and hom ogenous countries on the North Amer ican Continent. A gradually increasing volume of commerce, passing to and fro in the breach, must in time widen the opening. Canada and the United States inev itably will become more closely bound together by the multitudinous ties of mutual business interests. Whether the United States continues to maintain a protective tariff system or revert to a revenue tariff system, the result must be the same so long as, under the former sort of tariff, a special exception is made for Canada. Often the Case. "I understand you spent your vaca tion on a camping trip with friends." "We were friends when we started." LooK ! Look ! LooK ! i iae mm if j& ays J Saturday, July 29, 1911 One Day Only ! Reproductions of the FAMOUS PAINTINGS On this date we will offer to the public twenty subjects of the famous paintings by the Masters, such as 1 he Madonna, Cistene Madonna, The Gleaners, The Woodnymphs, The Famous Gainsborough, The Forum, The Coliseum and others for..' 1 5 Cts And in quantity lot, two for 25c; or nine for $1.00. At this price we will not wrap or deliver and will aell only for cash. Stationery. We are offering the finest line of Stationery on the market for one-half the regular price on this date only. Come and look it over and you will be convinced. Paper Lanterns We have a nice assortment of Paper Lanterns, all colors and designs, for those lawn parties and Gypsy teas, at a very low price. ' Burnt Wood and Pierced Brass Will b sold at cost. You will find something nice in this as sortrrfent, something suitable for every member of the family. PostCards. We will show you something nice in Post Cards, from 10c a dozen to 10c each.. Post Card Albums. Get an Album and keep your souvenir cards. We will offer 25 of the most select albums in stock at cost. Duplicate Whist Sets. Paine's eight and twelve tray duplicate Whist Sets will be sold at cost. Music Rolls; Music Rolls of the finest leather. Prices from $1 to $3.50. Souvenir Book Absolutely Free. To each customer making a purchase of $ 1.00 or over we will give absolutely free one Historic Souvenir Book of Union City, Tennessee. Come and See Us. You Are Welcome Boot; Store Telephone 293 Supt. A. E. Darrah. . Chattanooga, Tenn., July 24. The county high school board decided to-day to retain superintendent A. E. Darrah in his present position as head of theJ Central High School for apother year. This action was taken as tho most ben eficial course following the sensational inquiry. Rigid regulations were also adopted governing gambling aud smok ing. Officers are still striving to effect the return of Prof. Harrington. If you have a farm, residence.vacant lot, business house, or business of any knd for sale, list it with us. We can sell it. We can rent your prop erty to good advantage, collect the rents and make you money. We have had year of expe rience. Our charge are reasonable Let Us Insure Your family against want in case of your death You against loss of time by accident or illness You againt loss by fire, lightning and tornado IN THE BEST OF COMPANIES Our dealings must satisfactory TO YOU REAL ESTATE INSURANCE UNION CITY, TENN. OFFICE: 229 South First St. Room No. I and 2. Telephone 77. A Fraud Warning. The deaf living here and in the vicin ity are making a protest against im postors who poso as deaf mutes ajjd make a practice of begging for money, or handling cards to solicit financial aid. Much in evidence of late, such ablo bodied culprits conio in and dupe a number of the citizens on plea of deaf ness. The promiscuous begging of these impostors is working a great hardship upon the worthy deaf mutes who are anxious lo secure employment and set tle down into quiet and useful lives. The deaf are finding it harder to se cure employment on account of the fact that these impostors have created an er roneous impression in the public mind. Also, it is a shnme in the public yo that a quiet, industrious and deserving yet unfortunate class of jieople, tho deaf, must bear the misdeeds of these impostors The Mayor of this city is asked to break up begging by those impostors; to cause such persons to bo arrested, and to have the strong arm of law in voked to mote out punishment. Anyone disclosing the fraud and hav ing him arrested should ii ave the thanks of all the deaf over the State. A Mute. Postponed Building. At a meeting of the board of the First Christian Church last Monday night it was decided after mature reflection to postpone the building of a new church for that denomination until the early part of next year, perhaps beginning on tho first of March. This action was taken for the reason that arrangements and plans were Dot in proper shape to take up the work now. The friends of the movement say.' however, that this does not mean any abandonment of the rork. That matter has been fully set tled, and the budding of a new church will surely begin next year.