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- Whether you "live to eat or ea
to live" you will find here High
Living and low prices. We would
especially call your attention to our
Lunch Counter
and to the fact that we serve meals
at all hours. Once you put your
feet under our table, you will learn
that you have made no mistake
and it will become a habit as it
Cater to high-class trade.
Lucknow School.
Dear parents and pupils, our school
opens Monday, Aug. 5. Let me urge
every pupil to be present on the first
day, so we. can classify and be ready for
the year's work that is before us. We
want this year to be our best. To do
this we need the constant help of both
parents and pupils. The larger the open
ing the greater success we will have.
Be with us.
Sudie Carutiiers, Teacher.
Head of Public School System
Tuition Free to colleges ot Liberal
Men and Women ttreerms'As'
Traveling Ex
penses paid by
Expenses Low
Large faculty. Fine
equipment. Loan fund.
Self help.
Law,, Medicine, Dent
istry, Pharmacy.
Write for catalog.
BROWN AYERS, Pres't, Knoxville.
Hair Work
of All Linds I
Braids, Pompa-dours.Transforma-
tions, etc., made to
order, by hand. First Quality. Straight
and wavy switches.
Phone 437 718 E. Grove Street
Get busy, before
Union City
Registered Jersey Bull
I have a registered Jersey Bull, out of an Imported
Cow, by an Imported Male.
Flying Fox of Warthen, 99427
Services $2.50 Cash. No better blood in the
State, Champion Fly Fox being his ' grandsire , on
both sides, and Fly Fox sold for $7,500 at auction.
Herman Dietzel, Jr.
Phone 558. Union City,
,.' Benton McMillin.
Aroused to action under the Hon. T.
iR. Treston's criticism, of his stand re
garding the State refunding debt and
other matters, ex-Gov. Benton ,McMil
lin spoke Tuesday night at 8:30 at the
opera house to a rousing crowd of
The speaker was introduced in an ap
propriate address by J. L. Fry. Upon
the stage were- seated many of the
staunch supporters of Mr. Millin, anx
ious to hear his response to Preston 'i
After the preliminary remarks, the
speaker repnea airectiy w me cuarges
made against him, stating that his ac
tion in defeating the funding act of
1899 had saved the State a million of
dollars, and not lost between two and
three millions, as Preston insisted
The bill," said Air. JUcJUuiin, was a
violation of every principle of the plat
form on which the legislature and
were elected. The platform demanded
the payment of our debt; the bill per
petuated it, converting a 14-year debt
into a 40-year debt." As in his prevl
ous speeches, Gov. McMillin spent a
great part of his time in giving and ex
plaining the provisions of the bill
in concluding ms remarts, lie again
referred to Mr. Craig's action in the
matter as unjustifiable. Mr. McMillin's
remarks were forceful and vigorous
and drew frequent applause from the
The Union City band met the
o clock train on wnicli ex-liovernor
McMillin arrived, and gart him a wa
Bull Moose Party.
A Progressive or Bull Moose County
convention was held here Saturday. G
M. Adams was elected chairman, and
J. C. Bnrdick, Jr., secretary of the
meeting. Mr. Tom Taylor, State treas
urer, was present and called the meet
ing to order. Resolutions making ev
ery man in Obion County in sympathy
with the Progressive party and in
favor of the principles advocated by
Theodore Roosevelt, regardless of past
affiliation, a delegate to the State con
vention, August 2, were adopted.
Republicans and JJemocrats were in
the meeting. Strong and bitter resolu
tions denouncing the Chicago conven
tion and laft s nomination were
Comity organization was perfected
H. Forcum, of Obion, was made chair
man and J. C. Burdick, Jr., secretary.
Delegates to the Mate convention were
instructed to vote for Roosevelt's inter
est from first to last, regardless of the
interest or wishes of Gov. Hooper and
his managers.
Doors, Ail Mzes
Window Screens.
the flies do.
Lumber Co,
Tenn. R. F, D. No. 3.
A Novel Outfit.
Thomas Southworth, whose gallery
here was destroyed by fire some weeks
ago, has perfected a new photographic
equipment, in other words, a portable
studio. Mr. Southworth has for some
time been experimenting with artificial
lighting, and since the burning he has
given this branch of the work more at
tention, developing recently, in St.
Louis, a bellows flashlight, which is
operated together with an Eastman
complete outfit for home photography.
The bellows is made of black and white
cloth, provided with a tube which is in
scitcu fiOiii the rear. The tube carries
the powder, and when the sitter is ready
the operator ignites the powder with a
connecting rubber at the same time he
uses the bulb for exposure. When ex
posure is made, he takes the bellows.
which is attached to a small stand, to
the window and allows the smoke to
He has also another lighting ap
paratus, simple and easy to handle,
which does not confine the powder.
This is used when not more than one
exposure is wanted, and distributes very
little smoke in the room. The entire
outfit is complete and simple, easy to
operate, takes a minimum amount of
time for an exposure, and is capable of
the highest results. The bellows is
Mr. Southworth 's own invention, and
is likely to advance the field of pho
W. C. T. U. Program.
Opening song Rescue the Perishing.
Scripture lesson Psalms, 14Gth Chap.
Roll call Answered by a sentence con
taining the word Missionary."
Reading "The Temperance WorlTof
Lady Henry Somerset" Mrs. Green.
Vocal solo Miss Mary Hill Mosier.
Mrs. Dr. Miles, as superintendent of
co-operation with missionary bodies,
will take charge of the meeting by giv-
ng original readings along with a re
sume of missionary work. .
Place of meeting Home of Mr. and
Mrs. Seid Waddell, Friday, Aug. 2, 3
to 5 p. m. Every member is urged to
attend, especially those who do not at
tend the business meetings.
Great Pictures.
The Auto Bandits of Paris was a sen
sational film exhibited at Reynold's
Opera House last Wednesday night.
This is a reproduction of the operations
of a band of the boldest outlaws that
ever infested the city of Paris. The pic
ture is a startling revelation, including
many of the most daring holdups and
attacks of this band, showing the ban
dits' car and its routes, localities, etc.
The reel is in three parts and a remark
able accomplishment in the picture
ne. A large audience saw the picture
Ice Cream Supper. -
An ice cream supper will be given at
Pea Patch Schoolhouse Saturday night,
Aug. 3, 1912. Arrangements will be
made to accommodate a large crowd.
Good music will be furnished and every
thing done for the pleasure and accom
modation of the visitors. Come one,
come all, and enjoy a delightful even
Enterprising Centreville.
Through the efforts of the Centreville
Commercial Club a number of Oregon
cattle men have been located in Hick
man County and are about to establish
cattle ranches in the hill land near
Cable, which is especially well adapted
to grazing.
It is the purpose of these men to erect
a cheese factory and establish a steady
market for milk, thus insuring a ready
income for farmers desiring to engage
n cattle-raising on a large scale.
Every commercial club in the State
should emulate the examplo of the
Centreville club. There is scarcely a
county in Tennessee which does not
ave extensive acres of grazing laud,
and every acre of this should be pastured
nd turned to profit.
The movement of the Middle West
farmers to the Northwest and Canada
can be halted in a measure if they are
but advised fully about the superior
chances which await them here. Cheese.
factories, creameries and canning fac
tories should be established far and wide
in Tennessee. By paying special at
tention to the branches of farming which
yield ready money every year the farm
can be made more attractive to boys
and girls and thousands of young per
sons can be held on the land who are
considering flight to the big centers of
population and industry. Nashville
Tennessean. -
Constipation is the starting point for
many serious diseases. To be healthy
keep the bowels active and regular.
HERBINE will remove all accumula
tions in the bowels and put the system
in prime condition. Pried 50c. Sold
by Oliver's Red Cross DrugjStore.
We Want You
A line of Bed-Room Suits excelled by none.
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Iron Beds, the best money can buy.
Mattresses that bear out the same quality.
Office Phone 99.
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Ladies' Dresses. Shoes. Gents' Suits.
We Answer Calls Promptly
Day of Night.
Ice Cream Supper.
The ladies of the Harris vicinity will
give an ice cream supper for the im
provement of the school building at
Harris, August 9.
Music will be furnished and accoi
modations to make the occasion pleas
ant to everybody.
You want CLEAN bread. Then ask
for DAHNKE'S wrapped in GEEM and
Government Land.
155,000 acres subject to homestead
90,000 subject to entry. For further
information write Dr. J. A. Davis, Le
pauto, Ark. 19-lt
For One Dollar ($1)
We can give you a good hand sprayer
and 12J gallons of the best Fly Spray
on earth. ,
Give your cattle and stock a rest from
the pesky flies.
19-2t Oliver's Red Cross.
Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Select Suburban Acreage Property.
Thirty-two acres adjoining city lim
its; three acres in a beautiful grove;
fine building site; other in high state of
cultivation; will sell on liberal terms to
responsible party. This will make a
fine home or subdivision. For price,
terms, etc., see Dr. Nailling, Nailling
Building. 19-tf.
9-room cottage, corner Vine and Di
vision streets, with electric lights and
water, will sell chean for cash. Want,
I to make a change. Phone 128. 20-tf
FOR SALE House and lot located
oc corner Of Fourth and Lee streets,
near First Christian Church. .House
has five large rooms, bath room, double
hall and three porches, electric lights,
sewerage connection, concrete walks;
nicely painted and papered throughout.
Corntr lot with a row of beautiful ma
ple shade trees on each side. Price and
terms very reasonable. Apply at once
to (18-4t) Z. W. Corcm.
Live, up-to-date paper for sale. Good
subscription list, growing weekly. Job
department will pay expenses of office.
All the ads. the paper can handle come
unsolicited. Everything needed on hand
change of ownership can be made in
inutes. Books and files will show
makes money, but on account of
he hasto move to different cli-
st snap ever offered in Obion
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Seven Interesting Events at Jack
son August 28:
The Auto Racing Co., with C. V.
Dunnivan as promoter, will put on a
street parade and racing exhibition in
Jackson, August 28. Advance agents
were in the city yesterday conferring
with Secretary R. S. Fletcher of the
Merchants and Manufacturers' Associa
tion as to plans.
There will be a street parade on the
morning of the 28th, participated in by
local and the racing company's cars.
Joe Dawson, winner of the 500-mile
race in Indianapolis, Ind., 'will appear
in the parade!"
At the fair grounds in the afternoon,
the auto races will be held. Mr. Daw
The Old Reliable
For County and
School Supplies
Telephone us your .orders and they
will be promptly filled.
Upon the Merits
of Our Goods
114 and 432
son will give an exhibition of five-mil
running and seven interesting features '
will be seen, according to the plans
given out yesterday.
n This will be the first time for the
Auto Company to put on an exhibition'
in a city of less than 100,000 people,
They come to Jackson in an off date
and will go from this city to Nashville
as soon as the State Fair takes place.
C. V. Dunnivan, who is backing the.
Auto Racing Co., is the young
moter ia the country, according
statement given out yesterd
vance agents.
The local Merchants
turers' Association will
the racing company lo nil
a success. - , . ' .
Further plans will bo
next few days. Jackson Sun.
Store for 22 Years
City Schools, and
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