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Over W!-.;e & BmWf Drug Store, Union City, leoo, Te'.pp'r.ones C 144-2. Residence H44 . 1 '-f 4 "1 DR. 0. ;. LONG . DE15TIST - Over T.'it.v & Burchafd's Dfvy Store, Unk-n t Vy, Tens. TeMf Kott OSc 144-2; fWwdeiwe 14-4-3 t, ,C-tvv - " il cobu1MMI Member 1.19 ... . ...j M yJ v .. .. i j, w - '" . J I (,!, t c ; i t 'i . . .. V .to Brightness comes from a feeling of satisfaction of stability and the knowledge that there is something to fall back on. It is the establishment of a firm position ' that makes us advance. .d national -sail Union City, Tennis Honey Lcanod at Lower Rates Thsn Ever 1 m taking applications 'for loan on land, in Obion and Weakfey CountiL. Tenn.. and Fulton County Ky.. o that the eort and expend o la I.e. than ha. been possible heretofore at any tune. 1 have ange "nU to moke loan, of more Than. TWO Thou..nd "fk Cheaper and on better term, than 1 or anyone el.e ha. ever tenable to make them in either of the countie. above ment.oned. The borrower ha, the pnvt. K Tof paying All or A,y Part of indebtednea. after one Tear .ntereat Wing .topped on payment, made Loan, are made on Ten If ear TiJ or for ahorter periods, if demred. fTr- tt : tt yfjr A Hf If USf ,Vvlon City, TtRl. i n. r -S . ' ; - X .r X-l A UTilON CITY, TENN, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912 VOL. 20, NO. 12 r -A.. 7 i . - i -, . ' - 1 - i -, y, . 'GRAND -OPERA: STAR ON. CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM. Til ft ME. LE BUUN. wtso Is to appear at our Chautauqua n the ' 1 star of the Ie Brua Grand Opera company, has a repertory ol I V fl fifty operaa and slcff la four different languages. She has ap " peared at the Wagner festival performance at Worms as Elsa la Lohengrin" and as Elizabeth In 'TanntmiMer' at Innsbruch. 8h also appeared In Carlsruhe as Leonora la "11 TroTatore" and as Mar onertte In "Fanat" at Nantes. France; also took part In a festival per formance at Trieste. Mme. Le Brun studied under Julia Gararotti la Milan at the age of eighteen, the alsw studied under t'go Angerl, bar studies, therefore, being ail In the pure old Italian school. Ehe came to America with the Royal Italian Opera company and played a asoa In New York. Here Mr. Henry garage bei rd her and engaged far for a three years' contract as prima donna of his then English Grand Opera company, after which she returned to Europe. For the past three years she baa had her own company, has tuade New York ber headquarters and has played all the big cities of America. CHAUTAUQUA FRO GRAB UNION CITY, TENN., JUNE 19-25 Superintendent, J. F. CltaimWts. Morning Hour Lecture, EdL W. Huelster. Boy Scout Master, F. Ft Woodbury. - 1 t. -",t ourSJUi KUYL and bu band wiil be no of tb lemlimf !iit!i-ai ; '.f fviittm-s of the frtbeoti.l!i Cbautauitia i-ror.-uu. Kryl. wrtl ;. h tg to thy Ixi Angles Times, Is beyond any question the greut--8r st coruotfet la the world, end the Cincinnati Enquirer spwfc -f tin n a jrreit conductor and the bend of a great band. . Be was ,-.rkSM os ft wu!,!or and us such hud achieved no little fame, when be t-p,j down tha 'liisel and took up the cornet at the suggestion of no less a "great P-erwnage titan the worM fantous John 1'bilip Sotisit. As s,,l,.,,or or0 of hU frttuoua accot!pHfnent9 w the preserratlon of the 'vr4 of the on! nor of "Uen-flnr" In ruarbie. TWs was Kryl's last plwVf aralpture. end m Ut. Since he began bis ereer as a nj'isiclan U hi" Creeled W band in Dearly !l the targ cities of America. l.e conies to the Cfc:tutaufijua direct fro. a tha Hiverrlew espngition, Cuimsu.- Doy Scouts, HB. iviommz uwuic, , -.- - Afternoon Ucture, 3 Night Music, 7:30. Night Entertainment, 8: 1 5 WEDNESDAY Afternoon: Concert. Ladies' Spanish Orchestra. r,.. Lecture, "A Lesson to the Nation" Judge A. Z. L!ar Sight: Concert. Ladies' Spanish Orchestra. Character Studies J- - o THURSDAY Morning: tky Scouts. ' Lecture, "The Hoiir of Foetry." Afternoon- Concert, Carroll Glee Club. ' . T Aiternoon. JJcture .1The Modert) Mornion Kingdom "..Senator F. J. Cannon Night: Concert! Carroll Glee Club. Irish Dialect Headings ...J .Mary Agnes Doyle FRIDAY " Morning: Boy Scouts. , Lecture, ' The School of Tragedy." , , Afternoon: Song Recital, Artists from LeBrun Grand Opera mpany Lecture, The Man Against the Mass" rrank Dixon NigUt : Grand Opera, LeBrun Grand Opera Company. SATURDAY " Morning: Boy Scout. . Lecture, . "The Great Discovery. " Afternoon: font ett. The Musical Favorites.. rrv V V lloch Lecture, A fesRae from Kansas" Gov. b. . Jlocn Nht: (Intert! The Musical Favorites. :. . Indian Lecture, "Things I Saw and Did us a S-avage- ,TaIian .SUN DAY K''' and Band- T, Walter Wi!o its.' i r . V. ur,i-r Scrvicf1. ' Nic1,t: Concert, B.-huniir Kyrl and Band. L T. Walter Wilson Oris Kead if n ' - "W X ,". v a s Dceriag kay tools are doing good, reliable work, not only for asers ia this country, but also ia foreign countries. They will do good work for you. Next time you arc ta town, come in and let us show you the Deering line of hay machines. We will be glad to explain how they will save yot time and labor. Tfee Deering line cf hay tools consists of mowers, 8wp rakes, stackers and tedders. You will be interested la the new improvements of these machines. Perhaps you don't expect to buy, but as long as aa investigation docs I cot place yoa'."ader my obligation to bay,' isn't it to your advantage to come ia and see s? You can't help but get some information which will be valuable to you. ? Come ia and get a catalogue anyhow. R. F. Tisdale & Sons THE SEEDMEN. MONDAY Mcrriini;: B'iy Scouts. Ucture, "The Art of Fishing. . .it. -if l..i .i,-, itinrlt.i Afternoon; l univri, .Mfiniviwuini""'-" - - . . i 1 Lecture, "Traitors to Justice" huh M. A. kavanaghJ Night: Concert, Mndel?soiuis yuartei. Magician, Kno, TUESDAY Morning: Boy Scout. Lecture, Living Words. Afternoon: Concert, Anitas Ladies Orchestra. v; t- Coiic-rt, Anitas Ladies Orchestra. . ' FnerUus ""TJti::i - .EUswortn nammMJ WIupwcoi will Peas ( 1 1 "animotii Ycllou Sojn Deans 11 t J iJ EJ g. J L 7 I li. ,MI U1IF IMIM t 3 1 I t ) Ask for our prices before selling your Grain and Hay ..... KSJiij LwiiUUU UiLhfci oila ill h .UNION CITY, TENN. 0,r?:-- -, ...,.,,,. ?'JJ aiife -- " " "" in 0aiflaaagiwlsifflaBgtftJWllWtfafll . . - 11 1 '- i wi $7,;. y" "r11 ' M i iisnissiiia us" ii w i i i c, -i - ' 's " : f) r c "' ' ' ' ' ' J - y ff-OK versatility tlca Maslcal Favorites, etiedule4 to anwar at twr f Cantai-iua, have frf t-.iJ.iU. TLs i;utr;::.:crfx v:.k.i U. 7 kd fire tha vaphone. three bmof, thrco n5Rd..tit(, sy!o.fci50, violin, pinno'and cetlo. Mr. Arthur 1-ove. in tddition to bis work es a musiciau, varies the rrfgraut with ixms end rendinsw, U 1 a writer, iet, cwnrH mer, N'loiit, reader and humorist, lie has bvrfca referred to nj a "drsfji.fh.-d caterer uf hnphH'ic" end ng:hi as a unriva!e.l flsvnner tf th'J l-lwen."