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Drs. Moores & Long, DENTISTS. E. Church St.', Union Cit: Telephony 144. Onion ( TUT- " tx" 3 -s ,' 1 . ' fft iU Vrt Trt c W,.,...., UNION CITY, TENN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1908. "T m li ii mi II I mill III I nil mill1 III I"1"1' MJl1 wmi, Jill'.' &lh,ii ihiWiA,lfr winim 111 " ' " " "W8WBMiT'ar 1 " IM .. ' fc j X,- I I 1 r v. ,; j imrn..- EVERYTHING of Toilet articles, Perfumes, Stationery, Post Cards, Fine Cigars, Patent Medicines and Drugs are to be fonnd in our store. . Free Citv Delivery. NAILLING DRUG CO. I Nailline Bullitt $S s II or r- nn I . 1 . li i , , f .- jL 1 W " , f 0 Hi -"us" We have a record of of safe and conservatiiJO ods. Our policy: to treajl depositor with the saTV tention as the largest7 patrct WE SOLICIT YOUfik and then federalism tri- S .. . - . JS o hirst National A Union City, Tenn.j A ' Capital Stock - - $ 0 Surplus and Profits - y 'W- 'fP W IP P Wf W "W1 w V Hp W Iff nnri wish lift SENATOR TAYLOR Soeaks to Citizens of Obion County at Courthouse. Urges Importance of Supporting Entire Democratic Ticket. HUMOROUS SALLIES BETWIXT Senator Taylor was introduced bv Hon. fciice A. Pierce and his speech was in part as follows: "I. come to you to-day to plead for peace and ring the be1!! of har mony,'" commenced Sentttor Tay lor. "I come to you to wage war on the Republican party such as 1 have waged for the past thirty years and hope to do so for the next thirty years to come. 1 am not before you out of any elfish personal motive. I am not seek ing an office and I do not come to chant my own praises. I am al ready in office and will be in for the fervent never left it., He sounded note to the young mm political career. ten went into ipab liaot pros a hole in pride in a and hold of no fee' raised io on i i auu i iKsnor s t. : iz), and ou can't adj go yj with a o 7. I love lyttriotism. leVs Kortta try is the next five years to come. I won't sret "out, an' put me out unless I t "I come to you t pure and unselfish m aD I believe in secti I honor the man f who believes that ht the best on earth; I honor the man from the golden West who be lieves it is the promised land, for I myself honor and lore the South because it is my home and because 1 know it is the best land on the face of God's good earth." ftj A Picture of Home. .-the eDator xayior took oc c ito paint a beautiful word pVrairef the scene of his birth ptdye ii.ast Tennessee, that sec tion of thy State which is known as "Happy Valley." He said, since he had left his birthplace be had gained wealth and his money had gone out of his pockets as fast as it had come in, he bad climbed to the heights of glory, leaving a trail of bloody footprints on the stony road, and then looked back into Happy Valley and breathed ""Kval vr-ctr per XT VRory. L '-of tket .Vi an fb If iiIanl fi pioneers facing the advancing ot Hingiana. Reviews Party History. Tie briefly recounted the phases of the nation's growth, the form ing of the Democratic party oy the immortal Thomas Jefferson and how Alexander Hamilton had at the same time propounded the exponents, of the Republican par ty', which were not realized until Lincoln was elected to the Presi dential chair in 1800. Then came the bloodv Civil War, he said, arising not from the slavery dis- Uuite, nut irom me uesire ui uio vrmblicans to stamp out State i ts. atioual Republican party the throne of power and has remained for the past ars. The sword became rst, the canteen became ust, the butcher s cleaver ten into the meat trust, the trusts were formed ous to enumerate. The 'of the United States, American labor, was bull whip of the :icty, composed or trusts which it . been whipped di for all these long uns now only one wrong's. That to the ballot box day and voting arty out of pow- terests bavj QUENTIN RANKIN SLAIN Band of Nightridcrs Murder Trenton Lawyer. Col. R. Z. Taylor Makes a Perilous Escape to Lake County. ...V nir A NIGHT OF FIENDISH CRIME Col. R. Z. Taylor and Capt. Q Rankin, both prominent attorneys of Trenton, were taken trom Ward's Hotel at Walnut Log-, 20 miles from here, at 12 o'clock Monday night by masked nightriders. Capt. Rankin's body was found Tuesday morning, riddled with bul lets and hanging from a tree one mile from the hotel, and Col. Tay lor was reported to have escaped from the nightriders anA jumped into the slough nearby. Q Tuesday morning early P. C. Ward, proprietor of Ward's hotel at Walnut Log, telephoned F. W. Moore and Seid Waddell, of this city, giving the facts as related. A message was immediately sent to the families of the two men at Trenton. Sheriff Easterwood deputized T. P. Noah and they immediately set out to the scene of the tragedy, ac companying the undertaker, H. Lig ning knots of people here and there con- e fate of Colonel being very strong tragic fate also. ends of the two , accompanied by members ot the IJnion City and ely taken to ure. Gov. le and 1 ft.th F.J fet 1 Just a FewWoi to ttie Faif" i ' WHEN you get ready L.orn or vvneat aon me over phone for prices. I am market to stay and will give you value for your grain. Yours for business, Ben C. Bram as an oiHset warning;. Tf M ff'u "Thut rewind up in .my -country face at every e tiaje was defeated disgusted and determined to coi mit suietde. tie went into a eto and purchased a rope, a gallon keroseue, a bottle of arsenic an revolver "Then he got into his skiff i; drifted down toe river until came to a place where a low bran hung out over the water, tied the rope to the branch then around bis neck, sati his clothes with kerosene, lowed the arsenic, put the P?! to his head and pulled the trigger?! as he kicked the boat from under g him. "He was destined to better things. The pistol ball glanced and cut the rope in two, throwing the man into the water, which put out the fire. The water made him Jboke and he- coughed up the ar senic. Then he realized that h6 had a mission to perform in this life and was not then destined to enter into the pearly gates, so he waded out of the river, and ran for the legislature at the next election on the reform ticket." After the roar of laughter at this story had subsided, Senator Taylor took up in brief the bis- country, including the Democratic and Ke- rties. Our national began in a wilder pomp or pageantry, or courts to pay only old ueorge w band l wisvj thj. r J I r t i jb dresrJ. Tli-7 I Fth l? kl ma here from the 1 Undertaker Ligoi: the officers, Mr Mr. Noah. Crowds gath from the tra were taken tablishment body was fou latcd. crushed pulp an load of the nec another tb conveyed by escorted by terwood and round to hear the remains dertaking es- The be,er yv muti- o .. . yead was into a out. A dged in d still hrousr' yo wal- WoA iv . v '"I 1 'h ; 1 r s ejuctf 1 were going on, that t held a conversation lor for haln hou pport ofWliich hf c land. . They Cap-.Rarikin to a tions, but he wo' someone heart "We are goin Anyon ity will old hot the if HOWA Ri?ns V jk m I A. . &4 pnv 1- wuw Sw, f V it hiag&Sfi WaAincto m ' i 3 I I I Ml . J T of lennessee, is as. j 1 1 ri, Phone i3 jrflected i 1, jjartment thers, ive bin TP ft M. tunij nnis sj f el n in the 1 1 . estate o the stattn '' with before me misiness c NOW, THERE li of the Curren NATIONAL T of Union City, of Tennessee, is Banking as provid oiAiy -ume or me itevi jz.yH In testirVj V jstS and and seal of office, thtsnineteFiX September, . sealo 1908. (Signed) LawEA y. Murray, Comptrollei Di the Currency. r omptroller TH1KU town We thdof acand IE n from a me ,uke. minutes hiniT linr a-. jr , ---e i I Xyerrefvwiz was lean' HCapt. Rankin and Tuesday mornino LIU J J7 Proceeding" to P jbot Lake, the nightrider out a rope, with which pr'wided themselves, and t, "i noose about Capt. Rankin'i ii was statea oy a tmra pai who was taken from the hotel coi. xayior ana capt. Kankin at guarded while the preliminaries lenA rcy u U ID? 1 tliV p!W 4 Wll t I) D OAT -M. . . jFs - w foot , " a ... 10 cents j j