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DR. E. M. LONG
DENTIST Over White ftt Burchard's Drug Store, Union City, Tenn. Telephones Office 144.2. Resident: 144-3 DR. E. M. LONG DENTIST Over White it Burchard's Drug Store, Union City, Tenn. Tekslphonea Office 144-2; , Residence 144-3 MMERCIA Tnion City CommciHnl.eiitaHshfd 18 ?..,,.,,... , .lo west Tenue.se,: Couner.wWbl.sl.td WW 1 C'"' September 1, 1W UNION CITY, TENN; FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1913 VOL. 23, NO. 26 Co O iJ SAYED ffe i'i . Ml IMP .1 99 IhelastJkJSonS - Star fa BANKACCOUNT Today tCoejrif -- '- K. Zlmmcrmii C0.--N0. 5 THEIR earnings have been sufficient, but their savings have not. A bank account insures perfect inde pendence in mature years. , Old National Bank Union City, Tmntiue MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LANDS. 1 am authorized to take applications for loan on land in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tennessee, and Fulton County, Kentucky. The terms and conditions, upon which this money will be loaned are most favorable to the borrower. All ort any part or a loan may be paid after one year, interest being stopped on payments made. Loans are Made at 5i pec cent. Interest on ten years' time, or for shorter period if desired. If you are considering a loan, it would be well to make application AT ONCE. " - ; O. S PR'A OLD N Attdrney At L&w ."a Union City, Tenn. 2eQ Wheat 'Glover, Timothy, Alfalfa, Red Top and air kinds Field Seeds. Graim Co. Wholesale and Retail Grain, Hay and Field Seeds U n i on City, Tenn . Telephone No. 31 Ask for Our prices before selling Your Grain and Hay. Illl D kill lS1.fi J E""3 in:proved farm lands, drawing interest at , S:; PER CENT.:,, ---- -- for term of five years. Will loan any amount from one thousand dollars up. W; E. :;HUDGINS'.: ' Attorney At LtvW Phones 1 43 and 589 ' . UNION CITY, TENR THE MCE BILL'' Passed by the State Senate and Now in the House. "An act to be entitled 'An act to make more effective and to secure the enforcement of the existing laws against the sale of intoxicating liquors in. the State and to declare the conducting, maintaining or carrying on of such un lawful business or occupation to be a public nuisance and to provide means for the abatement of tbe same.' "Section 1. Be t enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ten nessee, That the conducting, maintain ing, carrying on or engaging in the sale of intoxicating liquors in violation of tbe laws of the State, in ny building, structure or place within this State, and all means, appliances, fixtures, appur tenances, materials and supplies used for the. purpose of conducting, main taining or carrying on such unlawful business or occupation is hereby de clared to be a public nuisance, and may be abated under the provisions of this act. "Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That jurisdiction is hereby conferred upon the Chancery, Circuit and Criminal Courts of this State to abate the public nuisances denned in the first section of this act, upon petition, in the name of the State, upon relation of the Attorney General or any city or county attorney, I or without the concurrence of any such onicials, upon the relation of ten or more citizens and taxpayers of the county where such nuisance may exist in the manner herein provided. s THE PROCEDURE. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That whenever a public nuisance, as defined in this act, is kept, maintained, carried on, or exists, in any county in' the State, a bill or petition may bo filed in any Chancery, Circuit or Criminal Court of such county, in the name of the State, by and upon the relation of any of the persons named in the second section of this act, against the person or persons keeping, maintaining or carrying on such, nuisance, and all aiders and abet tors therein, and the owners, proprietors or agents or persons, or corporations in charge or control of the building or place wherein such nuisance exists, for the purporse of having such nuisance abated and permanently discontinued. Where such bill or petition is filed by citizens and taxpayers, they shall make bond in such sum as the Judge or Chancellor shall prescribe, conditioned to pay all costs in the event of the court trying the case shall find and adjudge that the proceedings was instituted without prob' able cause, but no bond for costs shall be required where the proceeding is in stituted by and upon the relation of the Attorney-General, or a District Attorney for the State, or a county or city at torney. . f INJUNCTION WRIT. "Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That in such proceedings the courts, or a judge or. chancellor in' vacation, shall, upon the presentation of a bill there for, alleging that the nuisance com plained of exists, award a temporary writ of injunction without bond, if it shall be made to appear to the satisfac tion of the court, judge or chancellor by evidence in the form of a due and proper verification of the bill or peti tion under oath or of affidavits, depo sitions, oral testimony or otherwise, as the complainants or petitioners may elect, that tbe allegations of such bill or petition are true, enjoining and re straining the further continuance of such nuisance, and the closing of the building or plnce wherein the same is conducted, until the further order of the court, judge or chancellor. Five days' notice in writing shall be given the defendant or defendants of the hearing of the application, and if then continued at his or her instance, the writ as prayed for shall be granted as a matter of course; and when such in unction shall have been granted it shall be tissue upon the 'defendant jr de fendants throughout the county until modified or set aside by the court, judge or chancellor having cognizance of the case, and any violation thereof by the defendants, or upon their procurement, shall be a contempt of court and pun ished as hereinafter provided. lEOJ'ER COURTS. ": "See. 5. Be it further enacted, That proceedings under this act, whether in the Chancery, Circuit or Criminal Courts, shall be conducted in accordance with the procedure' of courts of chan cery where not otherwise expressly pro vided herein; and all of said courts hav ing cognizance of such proceeding are thereby given the full jurisdiction and powers of courts of equity with respect to such proceedings. Such proceedings shall be triable at the first terni after due notice or service of process, and shall, in the Chancery and Circuit Courts, be given precedence over all other causes; and upon the trial thereof evidence to the general reputation of the place where the nuisance is alleged to exist shall be admissable for the pur pose of proving or tending to'prove the Existence of such nuisance; and the act that the defendant has paid the in ternal revenue tax stamp as a retail liquor dealer, or is in possession of an internal revenue tax stamp as a retail liquor dealer, shall be prima facie evi dence of sales of intoxicating liquors by the defendant during the time for which he has paid such internal reve nue special tax, and copies of the rec ords of the office of tbe internal reve nue collector of the United States for die district of Tennessee, showing that the defendant has paid the internal reve nue special tax stamp, shall be admissa ble in evidence in such proceedings when such copies are certified to be full, true and complete by the district internal revenue collector. No such proceed ings shall be voluntarily dismissed ex cept upon tbe written sworn statement of the relator or relators of the reasons for dismissal, and if such reasons are not satisfactory to the court, or the court shall bo of opinion that the proceed ings ought not to be dismissed, it may order the' same to proceed and may sub stitute another relator or relators will ing to act as such, either with or with out bond, at the court's discretion. ORDER OF ABATEMENT. . , ''"Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That if, upon the trial of the cause the ex istence of the nuisance be established, an order of abatement shall be entered a a part of the judgment or decree of the court, which order shall direct the removal from the building or place where all means, appliances, fixtures, appurtenances, materials and supplies used for the purpose of conducting, maintaining or carrying on the unlaw ful business or occupation constituting such nuisance and shall direct the sale thereof, or such portion thereof as may be lawfully sold, upon such terms as the court may order, and the payment of the proceeds into court to be applied to costs or paid over to the owner, and the destruction of such portion thereof, if any, as cannot be lawfully sold with in this. State; and the judgment or de cree shall also make perpetual the in juction against th defendants, perpet ually forbidding the owner of the build ing from permitting or suffering the same to be done in such building. Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That this act take effect thirty days after its passage,tthe public welfare requiring it." O! iO We have iust received a car of New Winter eed Rye THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALSO HAVE CRIMSON CLOVER and HAIRY VETCH AH for Winter Pasture. See us before you buy i. F. Tisdale Son UNION CITY, TENN. o IO W E W I L L B U Y fR CORN In Car Load Lot at any station in Obion County Ask us for prices before selling. Taylor Grain Co. UNION CITY, TENN. Telephone 182. Will buy corn, any amount ' . at Union City. ; J UNION CITY ALIGNED THE SOUL KISS. Season's Opening- Attraction at the , ' Reynolds. "The Soul Kiss" will be the attrac tion at the opening of the season of Reynolds Theatre Oct 9. It is one of those lively amusing af fairs which gives one little time for serious thought, but at all times is en tertaining. There is a story to be sure, but it doesn t ootruue itseit to any marked degree during the riot of fun and melody that prevails throughout the entire two acts of the piece. There will be found a notable cast of 50 mirth provokers, including a beauty chorus of 30 and a "corps de ballet." Harry B. Smith has provided the book and lyrics, while Maurice Levi has supplied a score containing at least a dozen tuneful num bers. A striking feature of the piece is the "corps de ballet," who have been mported from the Empire Theatre, London. Throughout the piece they execute daintily arranged dance num bers. : The production is produced un der the direction of Julian Mitchell, and is lavish in scenery, costumes and elec trical effects. When the bowels feel uncomfortable and you miss the exbilerating feeling that always follows a copious morning operation, a dose of HERBINE will set you right m a couple of hours. If taken at bedtime you get its beneficial effect after breakfast next day. Trice 50c. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. ' advt Mass Meeting Here Sunday to In dorse Law Enforcment. The citizens of Union City met in mass meeting Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Church for the purpose of giving approval and support to the law enforcement measures passed by the Senate and spending in the House of Representatives. , The meeting was called to order by Hon. J. L. Fry, and after stating the purpose of the meeting F. J. Smith was elected chairman and J. M. Brice secretary. A committee was appointed to draft resolutions and submit them for approval to the meeting. The following resolution was adopted: "Whereas, It is a matter of general knowledge that the laws enacted for the prevention of the sale of intoxicating liquor in Tennessee are daily being vio lated and openly and notoriously dis regarded in some of the cities of the State; and ' 'Whereas, We are convinced that additional legislation is necessary to en force the provisions and penalties of i the present laws we have and to further aid in the stopping and preventing the violation of these laws and further un lawful sales of intoxicants, all of which we favor; and "Whereas, We recognize in the bills now pending before the present session of the Geueral Assembly of Tennessee known as the nuisance bill, anti-jug bill and the bill in aid and support of the federal Webb-Kenyon Bill, three good and wholesome bills, which, if enactAd into law, will be very effectual against the liquor traffic in Tennessee and in aid of our other anti-liquor laws; and Whereas, These bills have passed the Senate of tbe present General As sembly of Tennessee and are now before the House of Representatives, where a strong fight will be made for their pas sage this coming week; and Whereas, We very much desire the passage of these bills and the enactment of same into laws; therefore be it Resolved, By this meeting of tbe citizens of Union City, that our Repre sentatives in said Lower House of the Legislature Hon. J. L. Cochran and Hon. G. R. McDade, be, and they are hereby, earnestly requested to give their vote ,and influence for the passage of said bills and their enactment into law. "Be it further resolved, That the sec retary of this meeting shall furnish each of said members a copy of this resolution. "It is with pleasure we notice Hon.. Robert Elkins supported these bills in. the Senate. ' ' "Respectfully submitted. "(Signed) "J. L. Frv, dim. .'.'.' "A. J. Hartom. "D. I Caldwell. "W. G. Reynolds. "D. J. Caldwell, "J. A. Coui.e." ; ' Basket Factory for Hickman. Hickman, Ky., St'pt. 22. The Erie Basket Company, Ltd., a firm with headquarters at Limington, Out., Can ada, has had its representative in Hick man for several days,- who has closed a coo tract and thfe company will locate here. They will marHi facture baskets, veneer, handle blanks, etc. This con cern uses principally small hardwood timber, maple, hickory ,and such, of which there is an abundance in this vicinity. Samples of timber submitted to the Canada office were very satis factory, making the site a desirable one. According to its representative here, the new concern will get started about Oct. 15, and to begin with it will install basket veneer and handle blank ma chines. It is also possible that they will move their beading and slave fac tory here or a branch of it. They will locate on part of the Hickman Wagon Company grounds. That it would be an anomally for the Mexican Government to have a candi date for President and would aid no candidate in ihe forthcoming elections and that he would see that all parties are fairly treated, was the declaration of President Huerta. At Washington the statement is Ukeo as tantamount to a declaration that HuerU will not be A candidate. ; Call 150 for coal of any kind. "