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Drs. Moores & Long,
DENTISTS.
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Telephone 144.
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Drs. Moores & Long,
DENTISTS.
E. Church St., Union City
Telephone 144.
Y, TENN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908.
VOL. 18, NO. 32
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an Says He Has Given
Reform and Honest Politics
f'.W' J- Bryan's last speech of the cam-
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We have a record of over twenty y
of safe and conservative banking
ods. Our policy: to treat our si
depositor with the same courtesy
tendon as the largest" patron of the
WE SOLICIT YOUR b
First National
Union City, Ten
6Mn:-I am now 48 years old.
tfitical career as a candi
hat if elected I
jcket that
It is: 18 years
te for Congress. I told
Capital Stock
Surplus and Profits
TAKEN TO NASHVILLE
Nine of the Eeelfoot Lake Suspects in
Davidson County J ail .
Nine of the suspects arrested in
the vicinity of Reeifoot Lake in
- connection with the murder of Cap
tain" Quentin Rankin and the at-
tempted murder of Judge R, Z.
Taylor were taken to Nashville
Sunday morning on the Memphis
tram, arriving at .35 o'clock, by
Capt. Clarence Bellamy and a squad
of nineteen of the State militia, and
, within a few minutes alter arrival
had been whirled away to the
Davidson County jail where, for an
.uncertain period of tiaie, their place
of confinement is to be.
: The men carried were: Garrett
Johnson, aged 42 years.; Tom Jofan-
. son, aged 53; Roy Ransom, aged 26;
Bob Lee,, aged 36; Bob Huffman,
aged 26; Sam Applewhite, a;ed 27;
Tom Wilson, aged 46; Jessie Carter,
ageL23, and Lige Clear, aged 40.
They were registered on the jail
record book as being brought there
under .orders from Qov. M..R. Pat
terson, to be held closely for him
' until further orders.
CLOSELY COXFIXEft. ,
This means that the nine are to
undergo the closest kind f confine
ment, and will not only not be al
lowed to converse with visitors and
officers, but will also not be allowed,
it is suppo&ed, to mix up with each
other, and will be" kept all the time
during confinement in their respec
tive cells.
Just how long they will be kept
there it was for safe keeping that
they were taken there is a matter
of uncertainty, and is doubtless on
ly, known by Gov. Patterson and
those who have had ch
Reeifoot Lake investi
dicattons are, hbweve
men will remain there
has convened at Union
is time to take them
the hospital corps, was accidentally;
shot m the knee last Friday a4
Camp Nemo by , Lieut. Dempsey,
also of Nashville. Tke bullet was,
a 45-calibre, and for a while the
wound was considered dangerous..
It was nly a flesh wound, and the
wounded man is now on the road
to recovery. No blame is attached
to Lieut. Dempsey, the pistol hav
ing been olischatgefl while he -was
attempting to close the chamber.
Felts has been in the hospital
ever since (but will soon be out, and
wiil probably return to Nashville
as good as new..
Bradley Felts
Permission has at
' the correspondents
to announce the lact
Felts, of Nashvill
xve of the 1
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KILLED IN 'QUAREifL
T. i. Kasberson Shot by E. E. Rogers,
Near Hickman.
Hickman, Ky., Oct. St. R
Rogers shot and instantly killed T.,
J. Kasterson this morning at Rog
ers' ho-ie, five iwiles above Hie
man. T'faey had a fed over
pond, wfaich Rogers claims is on
his land. Kasterson seined in it
and Rogers told him ot to fish
there an y more. Rogers had feared
trouble and went prepared.
This morning while Rogers was
cutting: kindling- Kasterson came
up and a quarrel ensued with Rog
ers, the latter informing him that
he should not fish in his pond. Kas
terson is said to have grabbed a
cant hook afisLlrN have started to
brain him, otfc Rogers was the
quicker and shot him five times,
three times in the head and twice
in the chest.
Rogers at once came to town and
gave himself up. A jury of inquest
called it self-defe
- Kasterson owne.
and Rogers recen
place and locat
had been
character
years ago.
lJh land here
pfat a larire
terson
i
der
peoprby
the pari
or tfacyj
cial Aj
And Serf
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4 j
$ aitrrei an
iLrfffimtmjyyer and gol
ked.l
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te
Ae. lifl
ird set tk
Md not trv to tret thmV
juld simply try to keep
tor 18 years this thought
lave tried to apply to
h to all and specia
government of the
ance ro scan my every soeech
have disappeared as the result of
utmy of my opponents and have
srepresentations.
for me. I know nni nrhotkQ u
ir spokesman m the White
which 1 have tried to perform
in vain. I have eiven an im-
M. -
create a sentiment in favor
to rely upon, the con
Jnterests. Worces which are consid
jA'e the love of the people,
tfQalf 'I have fought, than to
,i shall enter it free to
,nsrleness of pur
hate
No. 9230. ; 1',
REASURY DEPARTME
NT
OFFICE OF
Comptroller of the Currency
, Washington;'. D. C. Sent 19 ions
. Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the under
signed, it has been made to appear that
"The Third National Bank of Union City"
111 tVlO tnnm TT: -l-'i .1
Sinh. t u wy in tne Lonn,y of Obion, and
atnfTeDnes has complied with all the provision nf
vynu ueiore an association shall be authorized
to commence
lu b ut nes oi tne united States required to h .nmi;
i tit . vwuj wiiu
the business of banking;
iNow therefore, I, Lawrence 0. Murray, Comptroller
fnrV6DMJ? hJ?b7T $fy that htlE Wd
.vuiivauvv. ko qulu i .k 1 1 1 frtmmnnnr. l. 1 n
of
town
State
v.yvny, iu me county ot Ubion, and the
Jiiessee, is autnorized to commenre th
lianking as provided in Sent;
Sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of tft United f State".
In testimony whereof witness my hand and
ftEAL 1 lS0ni Qe' thTmeieeDth ( of September,
Peal. j HJ08. (Signed) Lawrvw n mIt '
vjniuiici ui iue currency, m
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WRIT DISALLOWED
Proceeding lingular and Petition
IMmissed.
be petition for the release of J.
Watson and Ed Marshall, ar-
,u iv-eeuoot L,ake district.
ed to Colonel w r t,(
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before JudffiJo
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GOOD STOMACH
Health, Cheerfulness.
ersistercy and Success
ill cure your dyspepsia or
niach trouble bybuildinsr
y walls, and makinsr the
'strong that it will digest-
pepsin or other artificial
words, Mi-6-na cures dWr.-
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naken
premises ms
The warrants were
affidavits made by
son, of Trenton, unci
ner of the late Capt,
man Taylor, son of
lor, and J. C. Burdic
fish dock at Camp N
One set of warrants
der in the first degrei
men alleged to be imj
murder at Walnut Log,
were for the attempt on
Col. Taylor, and the th
the Nightnders wbo. at vanou1
times, are alleged toBiave commit
ted depredations on
erty at Reeifoot
In all 300 wa
but they wer
men. , Ul tb
are. already u
Nemo, or are
Shelby County jails
The issuance of t
nock out one o.
in the ha
bat n
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f T
if
ft
it j
rdick's prof -
were issued,
on abVx.j300
ber two-tS
arrest at Ca
the Davidsoin
if
tion,
Monda
JJr. Mahix
highest teri
!W"referre

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