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Atlantic City. Atlantic City is America's premier pleasure and health resort. Taken all the year 'round it has no equal in the world. Some European resorts rival it for a limited summer or winter season, but none compares in popularity, coin ratus, and under the direction of au ex perienced surgeon. Tho smooth bays and thorough farei lying between Abswon Island and the mainland are ideal for small sail and power boats, and for fishing and crab bing, while in a few minutes the larger fort, pleasure and health-giving quali- yachts can fiud unlimited opportunity ties the four seasons through. On an island ten miles in length and less than a mile in width, extending nearly due east and west, separated from the mainland by Beven miles of salt bays and meadows. Atlantic City faces the south. The prevailing south west breeze of summer comes to it cooled by the ocean, while in winter its southern exposure and proximity to the gulf stream and the protection of the Jersey pine belt insures an equable cli niato several degrees warmer than the on the ocean. Atlantic City is the leading conven tion city of the country. In addition to it being near to New York, Phila delphia, Baltimore and Washington, it has excellent train connections with all parts of the country. It has meeting places accessible to steam, electricity, gas and water. It has everything that goes with a large city except great man ufacturing establishments and similar commercial interests. On this account it is a neutral point. No largo or small noarbv cities of New York and Phila- Mt' ''a Jcaluua" jr, uu i . i , is earn year oocoming more wiueiy We Are The Katin Tailoring Company Here delphia. Atlantic City is a city of hotels, cot tages and shops. Its sole business is to give comfort, health and pleasure to the people who come from all over the world. On every clay of the year guests are accommodated with the comfort and elegance of the best metropolitan hotels, as well as the most varied facilities for known as the ideal meeting place of every important organization. ; The sessions of the Elks Grand Lodge Were tield in the Marine Hall at the ocean end of the steel pier. That por tion of its deliberations which may be given to the public has already been published to the world ti,o iriko e:i u., nr.. T T Tn .11 i .J . om AJ'"'0 t'l"'" luuujummuir A t. Simply show you the ;- a"'uw'"1 : A ie I'"- phis Lodge 'was ideal in its appoint 8amDles. take vour . . . ' I vprnonfA and lniriirv ' hv grn lion, I. . .... j. .v earn your some structures built for all-the-vear service. Some have cost several million dollars. The newer ones represent the the latest ideas in fireproof construc tion. Many of the hotels have their own water supply from artesian wells 900 feet deep. All have complete elec tric and refrigerating plants. Long dis- tirfa 1 1 irirriu n r 4t t i - si in e from the fabric you bedrooms of the largest houses. Sun Want, in the way you want, but parlors are a feature of almost every style preferences, make a note of the little oddities you want then we get in touch with the Kahn Tailoring Shops at Indianapolis. You get the style clothes you ments and was noted for its hospitality, good cheer and brotherly love. Edward C. Owndy. you also get absolute value value which cannot be com- pared to that which you can r .1 secure ror the same price in " pulled - from - the - pile " gar ments. Worth while looking into, isn't it? j Kahn-Tailored Clothes $20 to $45 ZffA BrA wTZlf' hotel. The public and private bath rooms are in most cases supplied with hot and cold sea water, as well as hot and cold fresh water, enabling guests to secure the benefit of sea water in their own apartments j without reference to either time or tide. Visitors find that the most distinctive feature of Atlantic City is the board walk. It now extends nine miles along the beach, with practically unobstructed ocean view. In its central portion it is sixty feet wide; throughout much of its length it is forty feet wide, and at no point is it less than twenty feet wide It is a substantial structure erected from Index of Presidential Campaign. BY R. P. WILLIAMS. Knoxvillc, Tenn. What will be the condition of the Tennessee Democracy in the national convention in 1912 is one of the important questions that is now being looked into by members of the party who look ahead. The recent action of tho Democracy of Pennsyl vania, which has been warring for some time, meeting and burying the hatchet and agreeing to follow under the ban ner of Gov. Woodrow Wilson may be one example that Tennessee Democracy might follow, and it is believed by some that if it is left to the people that such will be the case. While the Presidential race does not come until 1912 the friends of the various candidates, all who would make good Presidents and an honor to the party as nominees, are looking out in the interest of their own favorite. From Knoxvillo a local Democrat sent out forty letters to Democrats in East Tennessee. When T s.iv Dnmnnrnta T ten to fifteen feet above the strand upon . . . .. , . ! 1 do not mean one faction but men who have affiliated with both factions of the Bransford & Andrews old stand J. W. Pardue E. K. White Vta -v t massive piling at a cost of half a million dollars. It is brilliantly lighted every evening in the year by many thousands of incandescent electric lamps. It is J. A. Prieto well patronized at all times, but in July, August and September it is thronged Woodrow Wilson in Tennessee. We will send a united delegation from my county for Wil.ion. One prominent lawyer says: At the beginning I was a Harmon man. But watching the course taken by Gov. Wil son I believe him to be the man that the Democracy of Tennessee and the nation can unite upon and elect Presi dent in 1912. This local Democrat has received let ters from forty prominent Democrats 1n the counties of East Tennessee, men of both factions, and the universal opinion of all is that Gov. Wilson is the logical candidate. Among the members of the bar there is a strong feeling for Gov. Harmon of Ohio. Many Republicans who have been approached upon the subject have said: It would be mighty hard for me to vote against Wilson. The Republicans who believe in the progressive measures, and not the stand patters or G. O. P. kind, will break the party lines if Gov. Wilson is nominated and vote for him. The World's Work has been conduct ing a little Presidential primary among its subscribers. It sent out 2,415 bal lots to its subscribers and requested them to mark their choice for President of the United States. These ballots were sent to, every State in tho union and 1,505 have been returned. Each voter has been requested to designate what party he affiliated with and the result goes to show that many who have voted the Republican ticket signify the fact that they will vote for Gov. Wilson. These names, to which ballots were sentj were selected by the clerks who did not know the object and only fol lowed instructions to secure so many from each State. The World's Work announces the following result of its primary: Woodrow Wilson 519 William II. Faft 402 Theodore Roosevelt 274 Judson A. Harmon 96 Robert M. LaFollette 91 Champ Clark 45 William Jennings Bryan 84 Albert D. Cummins 17 Charles E. Hughes 8 Joseph G. Cannon 4 Elihu Root 2 Joseph W. Folk 2 Eugene V. Debbs 3 Scattering 8 y wy wjm party. The question in these letters was asked, how does your county stand on the Presidential nomination. While the question was not made for publication, the answer came back Executor's Notice. Having qualified as executors of the estate of J. M. Glenn, deceased, all persons holding claims against said es- X1L AlJ W1VJ lA;iail lj VT (V11U IIJO 1MUII1 11 . .1 ..... 1 aemonstraunff tna innr. t int thn iwi. in1nra clitrta anil ttin 1 1 t-i r rA n t ra I ' ... . . P'e of East Tennessee regardless of faction are for Governor Woodrow Wil waiic. Alond the land side of the board walk the shops not only act as a shelter from the rains, but are ono of its chief charms. irmj are noreuy uuuiibu iu mo mo muw ,m. . a, . nu. . T duly authenticated as proscribed by law, .. J. ' f and alt persons indebted to said estate IIawai1 Rnd Mexico, Egypt and Turkey, India and rersia. Italy aud scandi- are notified to settle the same promptly, This July 19, 1911. MRS. KATE GLENN, DAN GLENN, 18-4t Executors. Call 150 and get your coal and wood. Union City Ice & Coal Co. son of New Jersey for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. The Wilson stock is not wan ing but steadily growing in this section One leading member of the Tennes see bar writes: My personal choice is University of Tennessee Mead of Public School System Tllitlnn Frpft In inCollege of Liberal ll. .nJ ui,.,, Art. Engineering, Ag. Men ana women ricuiture. Traveling Expenses Ur?e F"cult?- a. . . . J equipment. Loa raid oy 5taie Expenses Low resented by one or more shops ex clusively devoted to its rarest impor tations. In addition to these aro as many more in which are displayed the best creations of American artisans. In addition to the board walk shops there are many excellent stores of a general character in the center of the city for visitor and resident The Casino, facing the board walk, and a city park is a recognized center of social life. Every morning and even ing during the autumn winter and spring concerts are given by a metro politan orchestra Extending seaward from the board walk are five great ocean piers in all the world the greatest series of piers devoted exclusively to recreation. No where will builders and engineers find more interesting examples of steel and concrete work than m these famous structures. Concerts by famous bands, theatres, net hauls, bowling aud other amusements, interesting in themselves, have added zest when enjoyed over the ocean. Along tne ooara waiu are tne atrcs. auction sales and many other forms of amusement. Anyone can find endless diversion in Atlantic Ciiy. The sauntcrer is led on by the bracing air Faxon ia a graduate in Pharmacy and u and the resiliency of tho board walk, registered in lennecsee, Kentucky and Illinois. He cornea highly recommended and ha had 12 or 15 year experience aa Preacriptioniat with some of the largest drug atorea in Kentucky. Anything you need in the drug line telephone and let ua fill your order. We will appreciate it. Your prescription will be accu rately and carefully filled at the . t, . j T . . Gov. Harmon, but the people of my navia, Paris and London, are each rep- . ' r p, . ' tleman is known as an anti-machine or anti-Fatterson Democrat. In the same county another who supported Gov. Patterson says Wilson is his choice for President and is the choice of the county Democracy of both factions. Another who is one of the strongest and most ardent Independent Democrats in the eastern section of the State writes: Gov. Wilson is my choice; the people are for him and all factions can unite on Gov. fine raid oy 5iaie fund., self heiP. Law, Medicine, Den tistry. Write for Catalog. BROWN AYERS, Pres't, Kooxville, Tenn. W. E. WALTERS Proprietor of the Red Star Drug Store corner of Main and Division Sts., has secured the services of ' Mr. Lawson W. Faxon of Hopkinsville, Ky.t as Pharmacist. Mr. Red Star Drug Store by a Graduate in Pharmacy- Main Street tho allurements of the ocean, the shops, the amusements and the joy of mine- ling with the pleasure seekers, to walk, until he finally returns with keen appe tite and mind refreshed. The board walk of Atlantic City is the promenade of America. The bathing beach is the most per fect on the Atlantic coast. Fifty thou sand bathers are often seen in the surf at one time during the summer months. For the protection of this multitude Atlantic City maintains a municipal beach patrol of sixty-four trained men, Selephone 6001 equipped with boats and other appa- Warnlngs, Hints Reminders, on a f Burning Subject ! Do it nowl Leave a trial order with us for one or more tons of our popular grades of coal. They have pleased others; they will please you. A test will prove them.best BON AIR COAL The Kind We Deliver Union City Ice & Goal Go. Telephone 150 Total vote 1,505 In Tennessee sixty blank ballots were sent to the subscribers. The result of the vote in this State is as follows: Number returned, 46. Wilson, 28; Taft, 6; Roosevelt, G; Harmon, 2; La Follette, 2; Bryan, 2. The result of the postal card ballot of the World's Work points to unrest in the Republican ranks and the desire for a change for the betterment of the condition of the country. The vote of President Taft i3 402. Of this number ten of the voters say they are Demo crats and two Independents. Roose velt's total vote is 274, of which twelve are Democrats and two Independents. Mr. LaFollette has 91 votes, six of whom are Democrats and two Inde pendents. Mr. Harmon has 96 votes, of which eight are Republicans and one Independent. Gov. Wilson's vote 519, of which 145 were Republicans and 22 Independents. This demonstrates the fact that he is not only a vote getter in his own party but will make inroads in the Republi can ranks. In the total vote is shown that 802 were votes for the Republican candidates and that 25 Democrats voted with tho Republicans. For the Demo: cratic candidates G96 votes were cast, and of this number Gov. Wilson re ceived 519, and in voting for the Dem ocratic candidates were 153 declared Republicans who desired a change, and of this number 145 preferred Gov. Wil son. In the primary there were 900 Republican votes cast and 500 Demo crats. Still Gov. Wilson led President Taft by a vote of 5 to 4 and received three times as many votes as all of the Democratic candidates and five times as many as his nearest competitor, Mr. Harmon, counting the Independent and Republican votes for Wilson, but with these subtracted Gov. Wilson still has tnree ana tnree-iourtn times as many votes as Gov. Harmon. Between the conservatives and the progressives, classifying Wilson, Roose velt, LaFollette, Clark, Bryan, Cum mins, Hughes and Polk as progressives and Taft, Harmon, Cannon and Root as conservatives, the vote shows the progressives 995 and conservatives 508. This poll was taken before the two war ring factions in the Democratic ranks in Pennsylvania had come together and agreed upon Gov. Wilson, which has increased the Wilson stock. Copy of analysis of Lime made by The Brown Laboratory, inc., Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 19, 1910. Lime CaO Lime unburned and slacked . Magnesia MgO ' ... Iron and Aluminum ... 96.53 1.01 24 2.21 99.99 $ JESSE ALLEN LIME COMPANY. T. L.BRANSFOR Exclusive Agents. Wholesale and Retail. .Union City, Tennessee The Mooney School for Boys Harrlrrvarv, Tervrtess Twenty-SixtHYear. W. D. MOONEY, A. M. Principal For a quarter of a century the Mooney School has been rec ognized as one of the leading schools of the South. It has fit ted hundreds of hoys for college, as well as for the Government academies. The location is ideal, the instruction thorough, the discipline careful and the rates reasonable. Send for catalogue. BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM-- A. B. OWEN'S STORE Five miles west of Union City, on the Union City and Lake road. I will sell you groceries at CHEAPER PRICES than you can buy them in Union City or anywhere elae in the county. Com plete stock of staple and fancy groceries and prices guaranteed. A call will be appreciated. ' Bring your corn to the Owons Mill for good old rock-ground meal. THE BUYERS' GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY' PROFESSIONAL CARDS LIVERY REECE ALEXANDER ...Liveryman... Swell Single Rigs Prices Reasonable Telephone 3 1 1 Opposite operahouse Office of Dr. A. C. Misuer. Veterinary Surgeon. ELECTRICIANS Harrison Electric Co. Headquarters for Everything in the Electric Way Telephone 277 Harrison Electric Co. PHYSICIANS DR. W. A. NA1LUNG PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 8:30 to 9:30 a. m. 2 to 4 p. tn. Office Hours: EYE. EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Modern Electrlcnl Treatment. Office Phone 100. Nnillinir Building REAL ESTATE. TAILORS Notice to the Public: 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 $41. Cioods called tor and delivered to any part of the city. CHESTER CRAIG, Prop. WALLPAPER. PAINTING The Only Way. "Doctor, I must have something to put me to Bleep, yet my stomach is so delicate that I can't take medicine." "Id that case, madam, I'll sing you a lullaby." R. E. CRAIQ Interior Decorating and House Painting Wallpaper and Room Moulding just Received Phone 468 Renr of City Recorder's office First Street To the People of Union Gty and to My Friends Gene, ally Who, to Some Extent, I Take it. Are Interested More or Less in My Behalf: I take this method of announcing that I have decided fully to enter gener al Real Estate and Collecting Business, under the name of Harris Real Estate 6t Investment Co. Very respectfully. The Harris Real Estate fit Investment Co. W. T. HARRIS. Manager. J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail ' Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi Iliver Fish (Q Game Oysters in Season. Same old stand, near the ice factory. Will those who owe The Commercial for subscription please let this remind them to send of come and pay up or notify us whether or not they want the paper continued. Please attend to fhis while you think of it. FOR A- VETERINARIAN CALL 311 v DR. A. C. MISNER Office at Reece Alexander's Stable. Union City.