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Drs. Moores & Long,
E. Church St., Union City
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1 '"Vnt Tennessee Courier, established 1m . t -''ltJ
ENN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908.
VOL. 18, NO. 33
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We have a record of over twenty years
of safe and conservative backing meth
ods. Our policy: " to treat our
depositor with the same courtesy and
tention as the largest' patroit of the
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINES
First National Ba
Union City, Tenn.
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Surplus and Profits
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Iron. Take Vinol when the blood is poor, when more flesh is needed, when the ,
largest dealers m Vinol. We sell others, why not you? Price, One Dollar.
DFtUG CO. Phone 223
rdered by Col. D. ,B. Cooper
and His Son Robin.
were a number of eye-wit-
the tragetfcjTut the one
learest lf if10 was
11 v conr Mrs.
I East lEast
W co I muo"
bv tl J hap
Sc' a wit-'
t Mr. J. M.
Comptroller of the Currency
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the nnder-K j
Washington, D. C, Sept. 19, 1908.
signed, it has been made to appear that
"The Third National Bank of Union City"
in the town of Union City, in the County of Obion, and
State of Tennessee, has complied with all the provisions of
the statntes of the United States required to be complied
with before an association shall be authorized to commence
the business of banking:
Now, therefore, I, Lawrence O. Murray, Comptroller
of the Currency, do hereby certify that "THE THIRD
NATIONAL BANK OF UNION CITY, in the town
of Union City, in the County of Obion, and the State
of Tennessee, is authorized to commence the business of
Banking as provided in Section Fifty-one Hundred and
Sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and
seal of office, this nineteenth day of September,
Tseal.1 1908. (Signed) Lawrence O. Murray,
Comptroller of the Currency
Declares Judge Jones, with Right
to Suppress Mobs.
Kice A. Pierce, attorney for the
alleged Nightriders, scored on
important point Friday in his bat
tie with the State's Attorney. He
forced Judge Jones to grant him a
right which he has been denied for
the past two weeks, the right to
.hold private conferences with his
clients. It was quite, a victory for
Pierce, asjfras bpa in the pe
culiar and? eament of
he was not?
and soldier irr
' soldier carr
A rifle, the elf
which brought the
red about half :
lipped and he fell on into
Vj tile I had seerf
ii n to. the A
It thX n in J JT
ences to Col. Cooper in the news
and editorial columns of The Ten-
'nessean. On Saturday night a lead-
siness man of tbe State catQft
he Tennessean office a ad.'
'bed Senator Carmack that Col..
jCooner was threateniner to kill him.
fSenator Carmack did not take the
1iHts 6j?Visly, and U"informant.
f tor I membe4 tXke Ten-
I occed here I Xl
1 belore 12 o'ct
I in thejnstant dB
rdR ikledge. jl
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