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Drs. Moores & Long,
DENTISTS.
E. Church St., Union City
Telephone 111.
Drs. Moores & Long;
DENTISTS.
E. Church St., Union City
Telephone 144.
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TENN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908.
VOL. 18, NO. 34
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We have; a record of over twenty years
of safe and conservative banking meth
ods. Our policy: to treat our smallest
depositor with the same courtesy and at
tention as the largest patron of the bank.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
First National Bank
Union City, Tenn.
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reasury Department
OFFICE OF
Comptroller of the Currency
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fife
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have bt
was
LAW AND (ER
Governor Patterson Addresses an Obion
County Audience at Courthouse.
The Governor beoan his speech
by saying that he laad come to
have a heartrto-heart talk with the
people on matter in which not
only they, hut all the people of
the State are interested, the su
premacy and maintenance of law
dex in lennessee. tie
gpejak' 'I3pg, . but he had
.TKr.iut fftlf-k.OUP'ht tO
clone'.
not to escap v
ishtsient. WtftX.
J
bey '
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it
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thaVrl
uTthV
Countj7 there w
clue aa to who th
were; no move had bee
to uphold and vindicate
"Why, do xou know
was the str nrgsure brotUt
to bear on! ""ce marftal
'Jaw at
drum I
in
at
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In the county of Montgomery
conditioos are different frpm those
in Obioa Cousty. la Montgom
ery County the Judge of the court
and the Sheriff have both asked
me not to call out the military.
and have insisted that they could
handle the ituatioa .withoi
troops. But i waiitto say to y.
here what few ofyflfc per hi
know that for the last six monC
acting under the power invested
in me, I have had an organized
in the citv of Clu-vii
while tbe mem
are not soldiers
of them belong
and they are u
.or an expenenctrjt
racey Childers.';
s PRESENT
.The Govern
;erinniR
if
or
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f
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st saic
ifty msM
can tjeS'j
n why
I; and addj
"will teH
Ute'ftn6V.Uiis
toppfxt.ru
Mhe uteitM
ojie ".buv
into these 1
ners have all
work of the Nati&
and in
Washington, D. C, Sept. 19, 1908.
by satisfactory evidence presented to the under-
lias been made to appear that
ird National Bank of Union City"
jwn of Union City, in the County of Obion, and
of Tennessee, has complied with all the provisions of
katntes of the United States required to be complied
I before an association shall be authorized to commence
fbusiness of banking:
Now, therefore, I, Lawrence O. Murray, Comptroller
the Currency, do hereby certify that "1HE TH1KD
ITIONAL BANK OF UNION CITY, in the town
Union City, in the County of Obion, and the State
of Tennessee, is authorized to commence the business of
Banking as provided in Section Fitty-one Hundred and
Sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and
seal of ofhee, this nineteenth day of September,
seal.. 1908. (Signed) Lawrence O. Murray,
Comptroller of the Currency
SO
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t it
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pel an it Jf6 do f
slums, il leys
J lilies I
said tl rnor, i
j it would have brought a few
fitelxaftei1 the governor had
4, tijs speech a drummer, who
artUrave'ed all over Obion
31 ' 'the Governor's
'ain me merciiiiiiLS
riy troods at all and
severely.
-,OG CRIME.
briefly, but,lv
icted the'flT
to do his duty. And I want to he?
and now thank these conscientious
and able officials for the work
have already done.
"My fellow citizens,
jury from this county
and the men who
der or ;
unde
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you will get a f
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