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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Lula Harelson is visiting in Mar tin. . Mrs. J. T. Cannou is visiting in the country. , Dahnke a . oyslers. Miss Vera Roberts is with relatives in Arkansas. Mrs. J. H. Parks has retnrned from Rector, Ark. Fine fruit at Dahnke's. , Mrs. John Elam has returned from a ' visit tonrkson. ;;. "- . ; Miss Ethel Wear has returned from a v in Arkansas. CiU. 150 for coal of any kind. V . . Mrs. M. J. Friel has returned from . a visit in Paducah. " 'rs. John Elam is the guest of Mrs. BrdwJ&i Jackson.'. . : Oyster season is on at Dahnke's. " J. J. Harrison has returned from Pa ducah and Dawson. Mrs. Dan Boone has returned from a , visit to Clinton, Ky. New up-to-date line of talley cards just received at Red Cross Drug Store. Mrs. R. E. Craig and children are visiting at McConnell. Attorney Hugh Barr, of Dresden, was in the city Weenesday. Heating stoves, the best made, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. 8. F. Howard spent Thanksgiving in Martin. Mrs. Oscar Beckham has returned from a visit to Nashville. The original guaranteed hosiery, $1.50 . a box of 6 pairs. W. G. Clagett Co. ' Miss Lillian White has returned from a visit to Middle Tennessee. Mrs. J. D. Wall is very sick at her home in the city this week. Lorgnettes and all the latest novel ties in Fancy Jewelry at Ben Dietzel's. Dr. J. F. Parsons and wife, of Hum boldt, are visiting in the city. Miss Mamie Worley has returned from a visit to Elbridge and Obion. Barrettes, the newest thing in town, at Ben Dietzel's. Miss Maude Jones has returnedfrom a visit to relatives in Hickman. Little Miss Evelyn Burton, of McKen- zie, sang at the Gem Tuesday night. Cole's Hot Blast Stoves at Nailling- veiser Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Forester are at borne to their friends on South Ury street. Miss Zera McAdoo, of Terrell, was the guest of her cousin, Guarner Gray last week. . Men's guaranteed pat. leather shoes $4 all styles, jr W. G. Clagett Co. Several very interesting communica tions were crowded out this week for lack of space. Mrs. Will Shaw, of State Line, Ky is the guest of Mrs. L. H. Lockhart on Harrison street. Go to G. A. Nagle for horse feed and feed for cattle and chickens. Master Cecil Nailling has returned from Ruskin Cave, where he has been attending school. Mr. Wayne Mansfield, of Shady Grove vicinity, is spending this week with rela tives in Memphis. Now is the time to get summer prices on coal. Call 150. Miss Dixie Catherine Scheurer has re turned from an extended visit to her sister in Memphis. Don't forget the bazaar to be held for the benefit of the children of the Metho dist Sunday school. Dutchess trousers $1.00 a rip, 10c a button. W. G. Clagett Co. Mr. John Dahnke went to Crockett bottom coon hunting Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving. Miss Estella Ross has returned from Fulton, Ky., where she has been the guest of her brother. If you want a bargain in real estate Obion go to Forester and forester. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Futrell, of Hick ory Grove, Ky., are week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Green. Miss Nora Gardner is in Nashville this week with her sister, Mrs. Malcolm R. Patterson at the Governor's Mansion. .Dahnke's Cafe and Thanksgiving harmonize. Sir. and Mrs. Oscar Turner, of May- field, are spending Thanksgiving with Mrs. Turner's mother, Mrs. R. Green. Mr. Oscar Turner, of Mayfield, who is visiting in our city, went hunting Wednesday and bagged quite a few birG! , Ben Dietzel, the City Jeweler, makes 1 specialty of repair work. Everything ranteed, at moderate prices. j Biaitt! Blankets I JDi We have received three cases Blankets, which we bought last spring when both woolen and cotton goods were cheap. They include : One case extra fine Cotton Blankets, woven on wool blan ket machines; they are the best values we have ever had; all are extra wide. We price them at $1.00 $1.35 $1.50 and $2.00 One case of cotton and woolen mixed blankets; very soft and heavy; priced at $2.50 and $3.00 One ac fine woolen blankets with assorted borders, pretty plaids in all colors. They are the thing for people who want the best. We price them at $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $5 00 and $7.50 Also a big line comforts from $1.00 to $3.00 Don't forget that we own the goods far below their present values and have marked them at prices that will advertise this store for low prices. Give us a look. TH E FIRST STREET County Poultry Aviation Dec. 1 5 to 18, inc. SPECIAL PREMIUMS. Grand special by Dahnke-Walker Milling Co., highest scoring breeding pen (any va riety) by Obion County exhibitor, 1 bbl. Jersey Cream Flour $7.50 For second highest scoring breeding pen (any variety by Obion County exhibitor, by Union City Ice and Coal Co., 1 ton Bon Air Coal . 5.00 For third highest scoring breeding pen (any variety) by Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Swinging Lamp, value 5.00 (No breeder will be awarded more than one of the above prizes). Grand special by Chas. T. Moss & Co., lumber dealers, for best breeding pen in Ameri can class, in gold.; 5.00 Grand special by J. C. Reynolds, proprietor Palace Hotel, for best breeding pen in Mediteranian class, cash 5.00 Grand special by E. P. Grissom, grocer, for best breeding pen in Asiatic class, cash.. 5.00 Grand special by Hardy, Malone & Jones, for best breeding pen Rocks, barred, white or buff, Hat, Pants or Shoes 5.00 anie Coram J&cteom DRY GOODS PEOPLE Phone 44 UNION CITY, TENN Grand special by J. A. Coble & Son, clothing, for best breeding pen Leghorns, brown, white or buff, Shoes, Hat or Pants 5.00 Grand special by C. V. Jones Furniture Co., for best pen of Black Langshans, Rocker.. 5.00 Grand special by Morgan-Verhine Co., for best pen Buff Orpington's, Ladies' Waist 5.00 Second best pen Buff Orpingtons, by J. W. Garner, cash 1,00 Grand special by D. P. Caldwell, books and stationery, for best pen R. I. Reds, fine gold frame Picture 5.00 Best pen, any breed, exhibited by breeder in Obion County who has never shown, scpr ing as much as 90 for first and 85 for sec one, first premium, by G. W. Reynolds.. 3.00 Second premium, by G. W. Reynolds 2.00 Highest scoring chicken in show, by C. E. Den ham, nickel-plated, drip Coffee Pot Best cock in American, Asiatic and Mediter ranean class, by Martin Smith, black smith, 50c each . 1.50 Special by J. A. Coble, Jr., clothing, for best pen Buff Leghorns, Umbrella . 1.50 Second best, by Union City Steam Laun dry, tickets .v 1.00 Special by W. L. White, grocer, for best pen White Leghorns, 6 cans peaches ... 1.50 Second best, by Godwin Bros., grocers, coffee . . 1.00 Best pair Bantams, by J. W. Wcosley, cash.. 1.00 Best pair exhibited 'by boy or girl, cash Best pair Pit Games, by H. P. Moss, cash... I Best Game Cock, bv John Jackson, grocer, sugar. Grand Special, by Willbank's Pooirooinrfor best pen Indian Games Second best, by S. A. Rogers Grand Special, by Bransford & Andrews, best pen Light Bramas, piece statuary Second best by A. E. Kirkland, restaurant, cash i Grand Special, by Latimer & McCutchan, ex clusive shoes, best pen Black Minorcas, pair shoes Second best, by R. M. Whipple & Co., coal" cash Grand Special, by Union City Hardware Co. . for best breeding pen of Wyandotts, any color, set spoons. Second best, by S. D. Wcosley, grocer, coffee ; Grand Special, by R. T. Curlin, dry goods'for best pen Buff Cochins, 1 scarf Special, by W. C. Farris, best pen Barred Rocks, cash Second best, by O. B. Blewer, restaurant, coffee . ; Special, by Frank Cox, proprietor Lyric, best pen of White Rocks, cash.. Second best, by White Bros. fe Co., grocers, - coffee . The First National has the best state ment in the history of the bank in this paper, turn the statement in another column and examine it. Save money by buying your horse and cow feed from G. A. Naglos. Phone 544. Mr, and Mrs. L.Iiarrison, of Kenton, are in the city visiting Mr. Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. '. A. Harrison, and other relatives and friends. Men's underwear at 25, 45 and C3 cents. Our prices save you money. W. G. Clagett Co. Miss Dollie Harelson, of No. 112 Wel lington .street, Memphis, has been tho guest of her cousin, Miss Lula Harel son, at Longview the past week. G. A. Naglc has opened a new feed store and stable on First street. Call him up. Phone 544. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Harelson re turned to their home, 879 Barton ave nue, Memphis, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Amanda Harelson at Longview. FOR RENT Six-room house, elec- trie lights, near public school building; fine location. Apply to C H. Corum at Clagett's store. It Mrs. T. J. Lovcll and daughter, of Obion, visited Mrs. W. N. Wagoner the first of the week. Mrs. Lovell is think ing of buying a home here and locating. Schloss Bros, swell suits at $15 and 1S have no equal. W. G. Clagett Co. R. B. Horner and family, of Waverly, have moved to the vicinity west of Union City, where Mr. Horner has invested in a farm. These are good citizens and we extend them welcome. I suggest for your consideration, 1 doz. fine sepia photographs of yourself as suitable for 12 Christmas presents. South worth's Art Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander returned from Nashville this week. It is stated that Mr. Alexander's health is not much improved, but the friends still hope for a change towards a belter condition. Children's school suits at $2.50.' Will cost you 75c more at any other store. W . G. Clagett Co. J. W. E. Moore Jr., of Brownsville, was in the city Tuesday visiting his sister, who teaches art here. Mr. Mooro is a promising young lawyer, and served in the last Legislature as Floterial dele gate from Haywood, Hardeman and; Chester. Sitters for photographs wanted for Christmas use should make engage ment, or call on Southworth NOW. Phone 301. Mr. Embrey Beck, who has been lo cated in New Orleans for a year or more with the Standard Oil Company, is in the city visiting his mother, Mrs. Naunie- Beck. Mr. Beck will go from here to Chicago, where is to take up another line of business. Men's good solid work shoes at$1.25. Best value in the city. W. G. Clagett Co. All I. O. O. F. members of the Union City and other lodges are requested to meet at the hall the first Thursday night n December. Important business is on tapis, and after lodge work refreshments are to be served. By order of the Vice Chancellor, T. R. Barrett. Just received, car old-time Kenawh.a salt. Don 't get hard in barrel and keeps meat. Rock salt for stock. 3G-2t Saml. D. Wcosley. Eugene L. Harrison left yesterday for Memphis, returning to that city, his former home, as cartoonist and reporter for the Memphis Press. Mr. Harrison is ambitious in his line of work. His sketches are very clever indeed, and we trust that he will find the field to his ad vantage. Undoubtedly I keen the lareest and highest grade of picture moulding. frames and art pictures in Union Citv. The kind of things that appeal to peo ple of taste. Southworth, the photog- rapner ana art picture dealer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Forester have .50 1.00 1.00 2.50 1.00 2.50 1.00 2.50 returned to Obion after some months residence in this city. Mr. Forester was for some time connected with the Pearl Cafe with his father, selling to Mr. Blewer. These were good citizens and we wish them much that is pleasant in the future. Ranges $20.00 at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. The ladies announce a bazaar to bo held in the city for the benefit of the children of the Methodist Sunday school 1.00 at an early date. The purpose of the 2.50 i.oo 2.50 2.00 i.oo 1.50 1.00 bazaar is to buy a piano for the children of the Sunday schoool, and everyone in terested is requested to prepare and furnish articles for the bazaar. The men especially are urged to take an interest in the work and to help stock the bazaar. The object is a good one and everyone should take an interest, especially those whoiiave children in the Sunday school. All -those who desire to contribute to the fund can pay to Mr. Hefley at the First National Bank.