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fctfh-shall & Ba,ird, Union City, Term. Mfrshall&Bqyd, , Union City, ienn. Entered at t) f t Union City.Ten nessee, as seeotf jf flatter. 1908. f i i VIONES. f iindid Kern. ..esident: , "AMPBELL, date for can- -TTv.ANNATtl), BENTON McMlLLIN, CHARLES G. PARKER, DUDLEY PORTER, J. W. PUCKETT, WILLIAM M. SIMONTON, C. A. STA1NBACK, B. E. TATUM. W. II. WASHINGTON. Representative In Congress, FINIS J. GARRETT. . Governor, ' M. R. PATTERSON. road Commissioner of the State of Tennessee, t. , Middle Division, FRANK AVENT. . ' Sf.nat.nr. iF. M. McREfe. e in General Assemoiy, N. MOORE. vuin General Assembly Lake and Obion .unties, JcDADE. f a AST CALL. . A.will be held m?H jtat day will be de Wlif . the Democratic "eiKea there willnev t Democratic Presi llTfough a great, ' of popular sen- frtyl eat august body, $ Senate, con- Pbn hand of ( most pow lies of th item of produce or of necessity is a menace to popular government and to civilization,' and any man who seeks to decry the evil is either a fool or a knave. The trusts have been organized, established they have grown and fattened under Republican admin istration. If we thought it were possible for them to thrive under a Democratic administration this paper would unqualifiedly re nounce both the old parties. The man who calls himself a Democrat and favors the trust which con trols a single branch of trade is an anomalv. "Equal rights to all and special privileges to none." If that is Democratic the trusts cannot be. Plundering the people for the benefit of the trusts is not the only evil of magnitude to be laid at the door of the Republican party. One hundred and fifty millions a year in pensions to buy votes with and the war closed i3 years ago. Is that all? Ninety thousand new public positions created within the last twelve years and one nuncirea millions a year more to buy votes with. Is that all? No! lhe Re publican party is endeavoring to distribute more pensions and to create more offices with which to entrench itself permanently in nower. The idea is to create pos tal savings banks, parcels post, and rnanv other government agen cies through which to control suf frage. Was it ever the intention of the founders of our popular govern ment to create a royal house, royal f ami Hps and retinues? Was it ever contemplated that Represent atives in Congress and in the Sen ate should vote themselves greater salaries and larger perquisites double that of Democratic admin istrations, for the purpose of lavi and extravagant entertainment a maintenance? The excuse was that Washington living was too high. But not so high that Con gressmen cannot live on $5,000 a year when numbers of their col leagues are living on half or a lit tle more than half the amount. : Extravagance! s the bill ? Theprodu at does the prodoK President is not Democratic and will not count for Bryan, makes no difference if his name does ap pear on the ticket. There will be many bogus tickets distributed broadcast. The correct ticket is printed at the head of this nase in this paper. Cut it out and when you go to vote, compare the names and , see if they are cor rect. Be sure to do this and then you can rest assured that you have voted the Democratic ticket The course pursued by Governor Patterson in ordering the State troops to Reelfoot Lake and in de taining all suspects in connection with the murder of Quentin Ran kin last week is meeting with the approval of all good people as far as we have heard express them selves. In the opinion of this pa nel- it was not only the proper thing to do but the only right way of handling the affair,, i he promptness with which the Gov ernor acted and theTeffectiveness with which the work is being ac complished is commented upon most favorably everywhere. The murderers of Capt. Rankin should be hhnted down and punishment meted out to them in the same manner that other crimiruils are dea t with. S sons for this. First, every vote cast in the South adds to the pop ular vote in th nation, " And we need a popular majority awell as a majority in lhe electoral col lege. A" popular majority wiu give a public endorsement and a moral support which will be needed in carrying out the policies out Hnad in thn nlfttform. "Our democratic vote in the South usually falls several hun dred thousand short of what it mirht be. merely because the Dem ocrats do not feel that their votes oi-o npfHssarv in their State and rvncrrossinnnl contests. 1 wish Wl mnkfi it vour business tn see that every Democratic vote in vour section is polled this year thi we mav nave tnt ment. find sIlDDOrt tl maioritv will give. 'There is another ennr neonle should vote, even though theyj that their votes are to elect their local cf small vflte in tl stantly used by who talk about ouuiueiu icpiy areas. The. the less t argume extent ( to secur vote the ev tic When the publishers nar fimt pnmfl tn Union I"" 'it question of indorsing the d of Reelfoot Lake was subrfj coujrtee P' - IW - OF i I WW' , MhliW yJmMi ' ' I i i m .1. M' -m r im i I YlSANBORNSVW Czjt ' 111 Ijj IJf J" TEA; lf I I ll ill costs" Youontv I ( M 1 I ONE CENT j I us. We declined to discus( lieving that the interests ' maiority would not be bene Later the control of the iisb privileges came into the courts by litigants who claimed titles to the lands upon which the waters rest. courts decided in favor of the rs of titles afterwards organ- as the West Tennessee Land Whether these titles are good not it was not in our province to question since the courts had decided the matter. But it is our belief that fishing and hunting on Reelfoot Lake shold be open to oTrn,.i7h,lw urif hunt- toll nr rovaltv. OIVI J wuuj ......... v . - - - "j - I I and that the State""should buy thei land, reimbursing tLeWestj Si ir I l III! U by V I tn 1 1 II ) XeellH AW m mm ii If II T J )T t' I he' Ct t 1 7 "J "V I c n v. ii mwm I I V H11 rra 1 m -m- i if i 2 h3i 1. Sold Orkly by GODWIN BROS. GROCERIES AND CITY MARKETS TELEPHONES 79 and S16 FREE DELIVERY hanksgiving Table WITH r i oF 5t)vsters,CelBry,Fruits AOiU OUR FRUIT CAKES S. K. Davidson J- O. Stubbs DAVIDSON & STUBBS DENTISTS Office in the C. B. A. Building, front " Y rooni, second floor . ;trNidN city;, tennV. -t ' -l-r ' rtK for evervthinsr celebratef EAM BREAD an dailP Furnishers w V.V A LEY i SJscialty iff; Phone 496 TY, TENN. -QUALITY IS OU' NkjF" - . 1 ht of buildincf and f you're apt to i how large your you're at all inter? you to investigate tnis for your own sake. We tour through our yard rthe questioning you like. MOSS & CO. JON FIRST STREET, Presbyterian Church JCITY, - TENNESSEE J S1ST Sb 6AUC0M -TISTS fsl' In Nailling Building rePhone 283 Eesidence Phone 88 J p .movisVMibN STATION ' e. - f rnt iikapiic Ote MERIDIAN W Dg if) mobile va 2 NEW ORLEANS set K.y S Ir-Pi 1 v Geil -irjry'T'f -1 "-:-!-'--- -.-.L'aff j 4 I he example of thousands of Cardui. Cardui is a non- ig meaicine tor women, xi m cm- JACKSONVlue TIME OF TRAINS AT UNICN CITY. (Effective Apr. 26, 1908.) 80UTH-BOUND. No. 1, ExpressDaily.lv 3.55 p. m No. 3, Exiuess.Daily.lv 3.32 a.m lVo. 15, leaves, week days. . . . 8.30 a.m NORTH-BOUND. ;press Daily, lv.... 11.54 a.m ' c&is uauy, iv..., a,. a.m i es, week days. . 1.50 p.m ! J R A T?1M TiyTT Aopnt,. R, JNO. M. BEALL, Anaer. General FfttaenRer Aeent, HLE, ALA. ST. LOUIS. Mtt . -y & St. L. TIME TABLE. EAST BOUND. 7.46 a.m. 3.06 p.m. 11.15 p.m. tm m U 1i Uni0"City lmb. V 0.44 a.m. 12.46 p.m.' 7.52 p.m. Central RAILROAD. SOUTHBOUND. i No. 1, Paducah Junction. No. 3, No. 103, No. 105, No. 133, Trains No. 105 and 1S3 are ILHd Btop at Paducaa Junction to: Kjiarge paeeeDgeg D.m 1ULBU fUUUMUU Ii" .