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DENTISTS. E. Church St., Union City Telephone 144. RGIA-L . DENTISTS. E. Church St., Union City A Telephone 144. IT Tl TT nl r. ' " :: tSSTM SM&J 52S: I Consolidate September 1. 1897 UNION CITY, TENN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. VOL. 18, NO. 29 1. " " " ' ' ' EVERYTHING in tlie way of To, les, Perfumes, Stationery, Post Cards, Fine Cigars, Patent Medicines and Drugs are to be found in our store. ' . Free City Delivery. NAILLING DRUG CO. Mnillinrr Ritilriino- c 1 e Night Phone 380 HKB Drs. .loores u Lc::;, ; WOMME EB2E2KBDE SMHBfl OLD SOLDIERS MEET Annual Reunion of the Confed erate Veterans. The fourteenth annual reunion of the Warren McDonald Camp was held at Union City Thursday and Friday, Oct. 8 and 9 last week. On Thursday the old soldiers assembled at the fair grounds, ac companied by the wives, sons ' daughters and friends. Through the courtesy of W. C. Farris, pres ident of the West Tennessee Fair Association, the fair grounds were turned over to the old soldiers on Thursday. . The meeting began in the fore noon, opened by Commander T. R. Ionian. The chaplain, J. A. Cloar, offered invocation and the Confederate choir sang in chorus some well chosen music. Mayor W. H. Gardner, in a well timed address, delivered a warm and cordial welcome and to the visitors the keys and the free dom of the city. On behalf of the daughters, W. M. Miles welcomed the old. sol diers in one of the interesting and stirring speeches of the day. Dr. P. N. Matlock's response in behalf of the Warren McDonald Camp and the veterans was in har mony with the spirit of the oc casion. " Then came the farewell address by T. R. Inman as commander, an eloquent and touching tribute to his comrades and the wives and daughters of the Confederacy R. A. Browder, adjutant of the Jim Pirtle Camp, Fulton, was called urjon and responded in a spirited address full of interest. The next was an addrees by one of the visiting speakers, Hon. C. B. Simonton, of Covington. The introduction was made by Dr. F. , M. McRee. A trained orator and public speaker, Mr. Simonton de lighted the audience with a pane gyric of the Confederacy and the survivors, interspersed with wholesome wit and humor. Dinner hour having arrived the ladies were given an opportunity to contribute to the occasion with more eloquence than oratory. A long table was provided, around which were seated about one hun dred and twentv-hve veterans, The dinner was prepared by bot the chapters Leonidas Polk an John B. Gordon and the coffe1 by Chas. Denham, a feast of bar becue, cold meats, salads, cakes, pies and everything in the most tempting manner. That which is becoming a lost art with the new generations, the genius of the old- time Southern cuisine and nospn tality, was in evidence with dinner. The ladies fairly covered4 themselves w day. After di rett jrie.bon. of .the " -t couv t - w i speakers. The address rising voung statesman w by the is per- feet beyond criticism. T a message in his words them beyond the confi State so that they wa down men's hearts a living words. This was followed by by the old Confederate scholar and preacher, Cave, pastor of the First Christi Church, Nashville. Every eil hung to his words and every hear drank them in. There was humo and pathos intermingled the union of a smile and a silen. tear. Gen. H. A. Tyler, Command of Forrest's Army Corps, was next introduded by his Chief of Staff, the marshal, Dr.' McRee. This brave hero and big-hearted Ke tuckian, in dashing and humo oratory, went the clip of a thoroughbred. He skipped "Cause of the War" and saved old vets "Eulogies on Great erals" nor "Wept Because P Away," but consistent with he addressed himself to the of the hour, present needs of t old soldier, the duty of each to the other and especially to the unfoi- tunate ones, knowing that histor will take care of itself. His , dress was one of the events of i reunion. In the evening the veterans were entertained at the opera houe byJ the generous manager, J. C Re, nolds,wbo tendered them tbe co tesieb of the house and Ihe ad van tage of one of the gr onic productions ever Union City At 9.30 Friday moi; ness meeting was hel Hall and the following! were announced by th' der: On Memorials Ca Matlock, A. N. M McMurry. On Resolutions Cap derwood, W. W. Cay Stdvall. Auditing Committei StovaR,J. J. Jones . J. B. Caudle, Esq., and Dr. N." Matlock were appointed a com mittee to receive nominations and appoint a place for the next coun ty reunion October 8 and 9, 1909. The following additions were mitted to the camp: D. W. Stan Id, J. R. Mosier, P. T. Williams. The camp instructed for Mr. present incumbent, for commissioner. was adjourned to the opera house at tl o'clock with the following: Singing by the choir, followed with tfi minute talksby the old sold were made by Dr. R, the "character cf j nrtt. .Bee, anaixev. w. u. Waters, on the "Presentf-Ajod Fu ture Greatness of tbe South." Dinner was served in the park. and as usual the ladies displayed genuis and Mr. Denham his generosity. Assembled at the opera house in2 0 the 9 W land ft rl (come 0 1 I w eold:er, 9 R. lAv &i ' lr m 9 V f 1 Pl X eK 4 j Vnsion their 9 ' 1888 1 IO .' 9 We have a record of over twenty years of safe and conservative banking meth- 9 . ods.- Our policy: depositor with the. same courtesy and at tention as the largest patron of the bank. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS irst National Bank Union City, Tenn. 1 Stock and Profits e v 9999999900 V 1 committees were lowing officers ramnder; W. comman- ieuten utenant J. A. ngill, in the tr oiate or i el the stattnes with before the business NOW, THERf of the Currency! NATIONAL BA3 oi union Uitv. in' of Tennessee, is auth Banking as projfUbd i Sixty-nine of t, Id te&nxdotv seal of office, r 1908. (SigneW ROLLED OATS 121 cts. Tl Vui ui V was rmm. . . 4 lie 17V ! Vt signet in the t A. ,1 W at D 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 1908 to treat our smallest 9 $50,000.00 28.000-.00.1 wer ties' prod' fraternfl presenc taiKs aui ment of all, a Jive one. their hospita gladly acce their brigade Fulton sor a and ftember, vuav, Jirency. 0 . . . Prunes, . Dried PeacheJ rawine lanuar T . 9 in m j 1 m i L EXCORIATES CHIEF Watterson Deals Sledgehammer Blows at Rooseveltism. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 8. Hon. Henry Watterson presided and was the principal speaker at a Demo cratic rally in the Masonic Theater here to-night. As this was Mr. Wnttfirsnn's first, nnlitirral sneech since 1892. and will probably be bis nnlv nln.tfnrm iittfiranrfi dnnncr the present campaign, much inter- est was manifested. Others who 9 addressed the assemblage was for 9 mer United States Senator William 9 Lindsay and Congressman Swagar 9 Sherlev. Mr. JVatterson said in 1. - -)art: "1 truly rejoice that I have lived look upon a reunited Democra- I was born in a Democratic inp during what proved a bad for Democrats, and I attained lajority just in time to see the go over the precipice of sec- ism to what seemed its ruin. The politicians tell you that ere are many issues up ior set- 'ement in this fftmnaiflrn. I see -f 1 " I but one. If we cannot change our rules at will if an organized and defiant minority inside a fortress ltnstand the siege ot an un lined and ill-equipped maior the outside how shall talk trusts and tariffs, about re and bank deposits, about and morals and stocks and rofit us? PUBLICAN ARROGANCE. ehold now an almost exact ruction of the evil conditio years ago. The Repubj ipai'iy, grown corrupt ana t at, is putting forth a tre effort to retain tJfi (li.it has so misused, j vit will never sun rfr.of some dire catacli t jtt9 It d. It e to equal ministra- ly govern ment and free institutions. "Its, leaders know this, and knowing it, they began early to prepare for the coming Presiden tial battle; to fortify a field which they thought to make impregnable 10 cents 12J CtS. 5 CtS s 1 i i mW A, ad ftiontswi"jei I II i v by the outlay of vast resources and engineering skill 1. DECENCY THROWN ASIDE. "They expected to draw us into this bloody ambuscade and to slaughter us like sheep in the shambles. Disappointed in their plan, what do we now see? We see all disguise of decencj' thrown aside: the black flag of trustism run lip to the masthead, the decks crowded with corpoj Tbe occupant of thJ summons the unspe as his star witnefFy rich are invoked tt cause with the lawless the perspectives of berness and common se amid the roar and rantt self-glorifying laudatio? accusing promises of refor Aldrich and Cannon, wit and Dalzell and Sunny Jim man for their examples. 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