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FAIR CLOSED SATURDAY WITH SFlEi.'DiD SUCCESS (Continued from first page.) first; Mrs. G. W. Tucker, second. Best loaf cake made of Jersey Cream Flour. First premium, 110; second premium, one barrel, Jersey Cream Flour. Mrs. Anna Alexander, first; Mrs. Cy Brevard, second. DOMESTIC ARTS. Miss Martha Wade, superinten dent. v Hand-made: Home-made rug, Mrs. McGhee, first; Mrs. Conrad Dahnke, second. Corset cover, Mrs. G. O. Watson, first; Mrs. R. M. Al ford, Fulton, second. Napkins, Mrs. W, M. Hubbard, first; Mrs. W. W. Heathcock, second. Waist, Mrs. R. M. Alford, first; Mrs. E. Lyon, sec ond. Pillow cases, Miss Anna H, Tribble, Danville, Ky., first; Mrs Eva Hooper, second. Handkerchiefs, Miss Cassie Hamilton, first; Mrs Lou Rinehart, second. Infant suit, Mrs. G. T. Shelley, first; Mrs. Will J. Wood, second. Towel, Mrs. Guy Miles, first; Mrs. R. M. Alford, sec ond. Tea napkins, Mrs. W. M. Hub bard, rfrst; Mrs. W. H. Swiggart Sr., second. Fancy apron, Mrs. G T. Shelley, first; Mrs. W. W. Heath cock, second. Embroidery: Collar, Mrs. Sam uella White, Jackson, first; Mrs. Ike Wade, second. Towel, Mrs. W. W, Heathcock, first; Mrs. Samuella White, second. Centerpiece, Miss Myrtle Jonakin, first; Miss Ethel Henderson, second. Dresser scarf, Mrs. R. M. Alford, first; Mrs. J. D, Porter, second. Lunch cloth, Mrs Samuella White, first; Miss Ethel Henderson, second. Eyelet: Centerpiece, Mrs. R. M Alford, first; Mrs. C. E. Tilly, sec ond. Dresser scarf, Mrs. R. E. Mc- Corkle, Fulton, first; Mrs. Samuella White, second. Lunch cloth, Miss Mary H. Flack, first; Mrs. Samuella White, second. Battenberg: Mrs. A. R. Turner, first; Mrs. G. T. Shelley, second. French: Centerpiece, Mrs. Sam uella White, first; Mrs. J. C. McRee, second. Drawn work: Lunch cloth, Mrs. Sam Carman, first; Mrs. Lillian Kel ly, second. Pillows: Embroidered, Mrs. Lou Rinehart, first; Miss Martha Hilton Wilson, second. Baby pillow, Mrs. C. E. Tilly, first; Mrs. W. C. Kelly, second. Crocheted. Mrs. Tom Starnes, first; Mrs. Webe Hawes, second. Point lace: Mrs. G. T. Shelley, first, Mrs. A. G. Baldridge, second. Cotton or wool crochet: Infant hood, Mrs. P. M. McHugh, first; Mrs. J. S. Burner, second. Doily, Mrs. Anna H. Tribble, first; Miss Eliza beth Person, Jackson, second. Baby hoots, Mrs. W. P. Casey, first; Mrs. Anna H. Tribble, second. Wool baby boots, Mrs. J. B. Waddell, first; Mrs. Will J. Wood, second. Silk crochet: Infant hood, Mrs. P. M. McHugh. Irish crochet: Baby cap, Mrs. Ernest Allmond, first; Mrs. P. M. McHugh, second. Collar, Mrs. H. H. Ellis, Humboldt, first; Mrs.' J. M. Cole, second. Doily, Mrs. P. M. Mc Hugh, first; Mrs. Arch Barham, sec ond. Punch work: Mrs. Lillian Kelly, first; Mrs. Ethel Downing, second. Gros3 stitch embroidery: Mrs. R. M. Alford, first; Mrs. S. E. Tilly, second. Colored cotton emboridery: Mrs. W. C. Kelly, first; Mrs. Chas. Miles, Jr., second. Colored silk embroidery: Mrs. R. M. Alford, first; Miss Martha Hilton Wilson, second. SPECIAL PREMIUMS. Best collection of varieties of hand work. First premium, $7.50 hat by Miss Flanary; second premium $2.50 by R. T. Curlin; third prem ium, 1.50 by R. T. Curlin; fourth premium, $1 by R. T. Curlin. Mrs H. H. Ellis, first; Mrs. G. T. Shelley, second; Mrs. W. W. Heathcock, third. By Clarence Reynolds. Best cro cheted or knitted bed spread. First premium, $2.50; second premium, $1.50; third premium, $1. Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, sr., first; Miss Anna Alexander, second; Mrs. J. M. Rippy, third. By Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Best specimen hand embroidery by lady over 60 years of age. First premium, $2; second premium, $1. Mrs. Lou Rinehart, first; Mrs. Sam uella White, second. By Dahnke's Cafe. Best specimen filet crochet. First premium, $2; second premium, $1. Mrs. H. T. Robinson, first; Miss Charlotte Alex ander, second. By Morgan-Verhine Co. Best three-piece hand embroidered lady's undersuit. First premium, $2.50; second premium, $1.50; third prem ium, $1. Miss Lucile Lane, first; Miss Lucile Posey, second; Mrs. Chas. Dietzel, third. By Mrs. J. W. Woosley. Best specimen French embroidery by lady over 60 years of age. Premium, $2.60. Mrs. Samuella White.. By ' Bransford & Andrews. Best centerpiece with crochet border, First premium, $2.50; second prem ium, $1; third premium, 50 cents, Miss Elizabeth Person, first; Mrs. Hubb Scott, second. v . By White's (furniture). Best specimen crochet. First ' premium, $2.50; second premium, $1.50; third premium, $1. Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, Sr., first; Mrs. M. E. Hamilton, sec ond; Mrs. J. A. Hart, third. By Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co, Best specimen crochet ; by lady over 60 years of age. First prem ium, $1.50; second premium, 60 cents. Mrs. M. E. Hamilton, first; Mrs. J. C. Nash, second. By C. T. Moss. Best specimen tatting. First premium, $2.50; sec ond premium, $1.50; third prem ium, $1. Mrs. J. Young, first; Mrs, W. H. Sanders, second; Mrs. D. C. Maddox, third. By Old National Bank. Best hand-made table cloth and napkins to match. First premium, $2.60; second premium, $1.50; third prem ium, $1. Mrs. Ike Wade, first; Mrs. E. Lyon, second; Mrs. W. W. Heath- cock, third. By Phil Hyman. Best specimen tatting by lady over 60 years of age Premium, shoes $2. Mrs. Litchford FINE ARTS. Miss Ella Whipple, superintend ent. DraVing: Pen and ink, Miss Ruth Kelly. Pastel: Figure or head, Miss Louella McDearmon, first; Miss Jes sie Whitesell, second. Animals, Miss Rachael McMurry. Oil painting: Figure or head, Miss Louella McDearmon, first; Miss Rachael McMurry, second. Fruit, Miss Rachael McMurry, first; Mrs. Clarence Cloys, second. Flowers, Miss Louella McDearmon, first; Miss Rachael McMurry, second. Animals, Miss Rachael McMurry. Landscape, Miss Rachael McMurry. Water colors: Figure or head, Miss Louella McDearmon, first; Mrs. Guy Miles, second. Flowers, . Mrs, Clarence Cloys, first; Mrs. A. G, Baldridge, second. Fruit, Mrs. A. G. Baldridge, first; Mrs. Clarence Cloys, second. Marine view, Miss Louella McDearmon. Landscape, Mrs. Clar ence Cloys, first; Mrs. A. G. Bald ridge, second. SPECIAL PREMIUMS. By Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Best collection of hand-painted china. First premium, $3; second premium, $2. Miss Nina L. Wheel er, first; Miss Elvira Johnson, sec ond. By C. T. Moss. Best display of painting. Premium, $5 in gold. Miss Rachael McMurry. By Bransford & Andrews. Best still life study. Premium, $3 in trade. Mrs. Clarence Cloys. By Co-operative Stores Co. Best display of water color. , Premium, $2.50. Mrs. A. G. Baldridge. CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT. (Under Sixteen Years.) Shirt waist, Nola Allmond, first; Alline Noah, second. Button holes, Marjorie Alford, first; Alline Noah, second. Embroidery, Marjorie Al ford, first; Helen Dahnke, second. Pillow, Annie McClanahan, first; Miss Bradley, second. Crochet, Kathleen Burdick, first; Lurline Wilkerson, second. Fine arts: Pen and ink sketch, Mary Howard Turner. Pencil draw ing, Mary Howard Turner. Culinary: Cocoanut cake, Imo gene Jones. Chocolate cake, Mary Howard Turner, first; Mary Butler, second. Yeast bread, Ola Akin. Preserves: Pear, Ola Akin, first; Imogene Jones, second. Peach, Ola Akin, first; Nola Allmond, second. Jelly: Plum, Adele Todd, first; Lois Carpenter, second. Blackberry, Adele Todd, first; Ola Akin, second. Grape, Adele Todd, first; Lois Car penter, second. Candy: Chocolate fudge, Mary A. Nailling, first; Mary Butler, second. Taffy, Nola Allmond. SPECIAL PREMIUMS. By Essandees Cafe. Best caramel cake by girl under sixteen years. First premium, three-pound box of Johnson's candy; second premium, two-pound box of Johnson's candy. Martha McAlister. By O. B. Blewer. Best collection of Jelly (as many as four varieties) First premium, two pounds of Belle Camp's chocolate candy; second premium, one pound of Belle Camp's chocolate candy. Ola Akin, first; Nola Allmond, second. CURIOUS. Fan from Java, Japanese counting board, Japanese kimona, two Chinese pipes, two Japanese umbrellas, Egyptian sofa pillow top, Egyptian fly brush, five pieces lacquer, one box from India, mushroom case, two pairs shoes, one from China, one from Greece, basket from Colombo, drinking vessel from India, mummy I11) Utio , '.iJ. its - Jk Matchless Values in F a 11 ; : M ere fv a n cf is e J list received Smart New Fall Suits weir tailored styles, beautifully made up of the rioyeity weaves, plain and trimmed with braid and fur. p I Hloitfery, and - Knit ; Underwear New Arrivals in Wash Goods Splendid values for women and Children. Madras Shirtings, Gingkams, Percals, Cambrick, Cotton r- 'jij m e-j rrfi Poplins, Cotton Suitings. Assortment of Splendid New Stock Table Linen Romper cioth and Galatea. Also a full line of broidery. Crash, Plain Damask New Neckwear-Collars and Cuffs, Ruches. Feather f0r maa Automobile Scarfs. Caps and Veiling. GREAT ASSORTMENT OF CROCHET COT- NEW PALL COATS TON, WHITE AND COLORED. You will find them tailored in the most pleasing manner. New line of Boudoir Caps. Fibre Silk Sweat- mr w jes wV ' w' ers in good assortment of colors. WtiW It ALL yK FANCY BATH TOWELS, also in Sets, plain si,k pP,in in Popular shades-African Brown, and Jacquard borders. Russian and Myrtle Green, Plum, New Blues, : Wisteria and Blacks. New Silk Crepe De Chine, NEW CORDUROYS WHITE, BLACK, BLUE Taffeta Silk, black and colors, chiffon finish, BROWN AND RED. Georgette Crepe in desirable shades. To CURLIM jz? BESIDES OUR REGULAR HIGH GRADES OF COAL We have Number One Kentucky Lump or Nut at $3.25 PER TON DELIVERED IN CITY UNION CITY ICE & COAL CO. PHONE 150 Postal Brings ! This Book It is free it tells how you can have local and long distance telephone ser vice in your home at very small cost. Send for it today. Write nearest Bell Tele phone Manager, or FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 211, UNION CITY, TENNESSEE. from Egypt, drum from China, can dlestick, bamboo boxes, Mandarin set, fish book, petrified wood, snuff bottle, two Japanese tea cups, ros ary, Mexican doilies, Idol, sponge. OLD SOLDIERS DAY Union City Fair Grounds Friday, Sept. 17. Commander Dr. J. T. Lasley as sembled them at the courthouse yard, ably assisted by Marshal of the Day Dr. F. M. McRee, they were car ried to the fair grounds in autos, and in autos they went around the race track twice while .the band played Dixie, the crowd cheering while the old boys were giving the "Rebel yell." They were then form ed in two's in the Amphitheatre. Dr. McRee introduced Col; J. L. Cochran who made a speech that the Vets liked, then Dr. McRee did the nice thing in calling on the Yets to give three rousing cheers for W, C. Farris, president of the fair asso ciation, for his big-hearted kindness that admitted the old soldiers free to the fair every day. They heartily gave the three cheers and then dis banded to enjoy the day. Those present:' Capt. Cross and his Adjutant, R. A. Browder . and many of their camp, J. M. Blackman, of Kentucky, Jerry Johnson, Capt. Wm. A. Shuck, of Kentucky, one of Jno. Morgan's captains, J. T. Drew, Frank Stanley, W. W. Moody, S. Board, W. J. Briggs, Joe Nailling, J. M. Browder, of Kentucky, J. A. Maupin, Lieut. C. G. Thomas, Maj or P. N. Matlock, W. T. Harris, Al bert Martin, D. L. Craver, W. D. Corbitt, H. C. Anderson, W. N. Shive, Sam Trout, of Kentucky, George Johnson, of Kentucky, J. E. Cald well, Samuel Stalcup, J. W. Yates, Captain W. G. Rickman, Commander Dr. J. T. Lasley, W. H. Simmons, J. W. Jackson, P. Y. White, Frank Hambrick, Col. J. L. Cochran, D. W. Pursley, Maj. W. L. Alexander, Jno. Glasgow, G. W. Phebus, C. B. White, Col. F. M. McRee, Robert Joyner, W. B. Stovall, Lieutenant Company E, Chaplain J. A. Cloar, Dick Brevard, Kentucky, W. Black, Kentucky, Jno. Yates, J. M. Rob erts, A. L. Brevard, W. C. Cross, commander, Jim Purtle, Fulton, Ky., Camp No. 990, A- R. Bondurant, Kentucky, J. D. Cunningham, W. M. Turner, Don Singletary, Jube Glass, W F. Hamilton; W. J. Mathis, T. H. Latimer, R. W. Powell, LieutJ. H. Steel, Martin Chambers, Cicero Ragsdale. R. W. POWELL, Adj't, MANY HEAR PATTERSON. . . Speaks on Prohibition and Good Roads at Union City. . Hon. M. R. Patterson spoke her& last Friday evening at Reynolds'; Theater, after spending the day at the fair with his many friends here. Mr. Patterson was introduced by Mr. Fitz Smith, after a few remarks by W. G. Reynolds, chairman' of the good roads committee, and Rev. Roger Clark of the First Christian Church. He made no set speech,, but talked informally to the large au dience, which greeted his remarks at intervals by cheers. He seemed touched by the warm reception accorded himv He made a good roads talk and gave extracts from his Atlantic City prohibition speech. ' Judge R. L. Peck,, of Robertson County, accompanied Mr, Patterson here and went to Memphis with him. On the stage with the speaker were many ladies and Judge Joseph E. Jones, of Dresden, Attorney-General D. J. Caldwell, Dr. Chas. Miles, ' Representatives G. R. 1 McDade and J. L. Cochran, and many other promi- ., nent citizens.. Mr. Patterson was presented with a bouquet of white roses by Miss Elsie Tanner. Missionary Convention. The State convention of the Chris tian Church will be held in the Christian Church next Monday night and continue' until Thursday night. Speakers of national bote will be present.. Almost three hundred dele gates are expected and the homes of the city will be thrown open to them. These sessions are open to all and the Christian people of all the churches are invited to attend. Rev. J. E. Stuart, formerly pastor of the church, so well beloved in the city, is president and will . preside over the sessions. The program aD-' pears in another' column. Marriage Licenses. Ira McCain and Gordia James. Willie Edmaiston and Lessie Ad ams. Willie Black and Birdie Hastings. Elbert Austin and Grace Payne. Call 150. "Union Citv Ice & Coal CV ' when you want coal right now.