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The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, October 30, 1908, Image 5

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If you have had your
patent leather shoes
Burt & Packard ureaic across tne
Limited Line, StxfS , , ; ' j J -
vamp, and had your dealer
tell you, We can't guar
antee patent leather," you
will appreciate the UN
CONDITIONAL guaranty
that goes with
BURT PACKARD
SHAPE SHOES
This means that we, give you a
new pair of shoes if the Burrojaps
patent or dull leather in Burt &
Packard Korrect Shape Shoes
breaks through before the first sole
wears through. This is the best
evidence you need of our absolute
confidence in these shoes. j g
Price, CfPTF
Burt & Packard limited line, $5.00
Made in two hundred styles and sold
throughout the United States by 5,000
first-class shoe dealers. No other shoes
on .earth bear this
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Guarantee. BUY A PAIR
(Continued from first page.)
e red in a strong voice and a delib
erate manner, receiving close at
tention throughout.
He declared while delivering his
chargo that he had not empaneled
the jury for the purpose of investi
gating any character of crimes ex
cept those specified in the charge.
He was visibly affected, while re
ferring speci6cally and in detail to
the murder of Capt. Rankin, and
tears glistened in the eyes of the
Grand Jurors and others present,
a p.unr
by I ;
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JXJ 1 ' SL W LA. A. lthem
(re oqtC .n cyj
Telephone andmes JV
The Cuml)erhw(Le.'Pj
ki a tr 1 7i tin aw ml
rest inn ie
joyed fc
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s show- 1 Vo tali'
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wires, ori
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thougCTY VVVeee men
is in were s& Jl arters-
as
mt 1908
ression being made
charge.
:vas lengthy and for
we ouote oulv those
h have reference to
lnd accessories in
vViitted at s Walnut
Kuppenheimer
icago
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1 ,t r- ,11te
and excellent telepi;n
graph service. Mate)
ing complete apparat
nhnne and teles ranh i
t
making two telegraph
to Nashvi e and one Hi
have been installed. (l
line runs direct to Union
thence to coin's on the
1
land Telephone & Telegrap
pany's system.
Mr. W. G. Pfingstay
"H-;,icted of the
P Vlo such
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Cldand
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Jpt. Ran
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ha-
smar.-' ' inrr
iQ tlr.iwd, I -J-jg
one of them wlj'
!ind ahfif.t.incf.
aid or abet ir n
would be guilty,
degree, and on con?ctlOn
fer death at the hadds:
"This, ia true, altlpnci !
the bej
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in
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It's
xtravaant
o
o
o
Deering
Building
, Obion Countr.m. I
To buy inferior field seeds because they are cfc 5hg?0
Buy the best. It will pay you. We keep . theire.Gr0VC8 of LitueUocit,
the market affords of Red-Ten. Timnthv KentnA"- Dr,'eeb51..a"?
oiue urass, Lawn urass, Alfalfa, the Clovers. R1 w. Lynch, of oiiarn
OatS. etc.. etc. Our niVc 0-0 -;,vN of Mrs. Mary L.yD
Ii . . K "' v VUes to .said am
are in the market for Clover Seed and stnrk PM-esidentsof the
If VOU hflvp nnv tn coll moil ..r. , .ey are therefore
7.1' "v"' "a atinpic anu S La Linear before
4i4intii.iy . . . . , , ,
ALEXANDER & TISDALE
aid court on
, Ter, 1908,
CI TY
We sell the International Gasoline Engines, Deering
Machinery and Weber Wagons.
We have high grade SEED WHEAT and WINTER TURF OATS for sale.
suffer death by hanging, provided the
jury trying the cause may substitute
imprisonment in the petiitentiary for
a period of not less than ten years nor
more than twenty-one years.
i l f I TP . 1
KjYcr urns onense Lite grana jury
has inquisitorial power; therefore, if
you nud that a body of masked men
shot at and undertook to kill R. Z.
Taylor,as above- stated, with guns or
deadly-weapons, they should be in-
unlshed under this stat-
iierin j. Li. uiover was
VI i. . 1.'
otneer or the (irand
charge was completed
rned to await the action
d iurv.
may never have
jfr "- " u iuucu " 'UilniJ'
f County
rpti. H,an- f 1
zo or a s f
number, X
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OF AGED MINISTER
sh
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HIGH PAFLOUR V '
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ster
ew are
good.
etter.
ALL GROCERS
handled the rope or toucbe"(p body.
If they were there, aiding and abet
ting or ready and consenting to aid
and abet, such a man would be as
guilty under thjjaw as the one who
tired the shot 0 T'ie dastardly act
charged. f little V
"Gentlemen, if Jthat any
person was not Cjeepeifding and
abetting in t 1 1 oniousIy
moved. incilJUI ClULUC
munded
efor
Id
ncj
atio
ilty o
:t, llfl
An acce1
prosecu
stantiati
principal
previously
Acc
"An acce
crime 01
same as per;
in the secoi
that Is by
Itentiary fo
more than tw(
ory after the t
a felony to hav
ceives, relieves,
felon. Howevei
child, brojShod.
wife shalliK.
after the fa m
force or merj'
the legal discliai
you find that any
more tban twA-
confederated jg
Rankin, then e ,
into said murdeiCus
be guilty alike with
killed him if thekillb
pursuance of the unb
and cc -velonioti
UIIIB
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dward D. Farris Dies at Resi
dence of Daughter.
Rev. Edward Donalson Farris,
aged eighty-one years, died Wed
nesday morning, Oct. 14, at theres-
dence of his daughter, Mrs. Thorn
Shearon, 55 Ewing avenue,
Cliff, Texas. Services were
Thursday morning at 11 o'cloc
rouowing wmch interment was
made in the Oak Cliff cemetery.
The deceased was a native of Ala
bama, having been born in Jackson
County in thatngtate on June 27,
1827, Besides V Shearon four
children survive him. They
Etr.ma Latimer, of Union
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no Stale of
Hie stale
on having
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Obituary.
John Sanders Carmen was boru
July 23, 1826, and died Oct. 24. 1908.
Age 82 years, 3 months and 1 day.
He was born and reared in Smith
County, but at the age of 25 moved
:io Obion County, near Union city,
inhere he lived 57 years.
liviiile served in til i OnnfpHfratf
do.tjfv four years, two years as a
private and two years as second
lieutenant under that great and
grand general, Forrest. After the
war he was deputy sheriff in this
county for six, years.
He was baptized into the Metho
dist Church when quite small. At
the age of sixteen he professed re
ligion and joined the Methodist
Church in Middle Tennessee 4v
-frrew older his faith i. about
nger. He exerstand.
.rria'fficet for the
to animals
horse
tent.
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cT terson
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A. N. Moore, follof J the under
bv Kev. T A rinaJik and Master
TT , , irlJoui-t, that the
uncie aanaers nkill the widow of
the great arm-ramfiu, deceased, an
leaving beh-' ''e only child and hei
0 i sain J. W. l.rackin, ap-
cugids, Hie 0(1 tir Der,)re the
years olnday in December, 1908,
wno w cause, if any tney hatciij
p.rcsuit should not be revive
e j as the widow and th
anatri j.w, Brackin.dei
live (inirther ordered
'8 uciLice
eks i
Mr. CarmarPer
1VI r. e S . . . 1-. A . t I,'
fellows. He was',. G
dnrirur thp rlH rI'k ail
fe L .Ir
uiu lair grounas, Hi.
marshal at all oujsiEETING,
fore the old ass
Ytf t&anaed. .icv Novemb1
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