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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
G. T. Taylor visited in Memphis th week- , S. A. Rodders was in Clinton, Ky Tuesday. Fresh oysters at Dahnke's. Mr. and Mrs. G. Luter spent Sunday at Martin. Mrs. Ella Britton is recovering from la grippe. Fine fruit at Dahnke's. T. J. Lovell has returned from Mo bile, Ala. J. L. Glcason, 0f Gleason, was in the city Tuesday. Good signs talk, See McLean. Dr. J. Li. Hibtiitts, of Cairo, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Wright Fardue has been sick of la grippe this we?k. Oyster season is on at Dahnke's. Clarence Herion, of McKenzie, was in the city Monday, Harvey Teague spent Sunday with homefolks in Dyer, "' How about that sign? McLean. Mr. Lewis Davis, of Menglewood, was in the city Tuesday. , Miss Eleanor Thomas has recovered from a slight illness. ' Oysters any style at Dahnke's. Mr. David Balch, of Jackson, spent the day here Sunday. , Mrs. Geo. L. White is able to be out after a spell of la grippe. McLean for fine signs that's all. Mr. Foyner DeMyer, of Fulton, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Will T. Russell has returned from a three weeks' stay at Memphis. Coal Coke WoodCall Tel. 150. Miss Bertie Harbison is recovering from a severe attack of tonsilitis. J. H. Farks left Wednesday for a business trip through Mississippi. T. K. Lawrence, of Effingham, lib, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Leek at yourold sign then see McLean. Allen Jones, of Troy, visited friends and school chums here this week. Ben C. Bramham and little son visit ed at Woodland Mills Wednesday, ) . Mr. Will Cloar, of Troy, was a lousi ness visitor in the city Wednesday. . Dahnke's oysters.' " " J.- R. Thompson, of Jackson, was in J. E. French, of Dyersburpt' visivi his broiuer, J. S. French, Tuesday. Miss Lucile Morris returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at McKenzie. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis visited rel atives at Woodland Mills Wednesday.' Signs that are fit to read. -McLean. W. V. Pick an! has returned from a visit with relatives in Middle Tennessee. Ben L. MKmo, representing theC&iro Hardware Co., was in tho'city SVednes- day. Messrs. Grover West and Louie Rob erts, of Fulton, spent Wednesday In the I city. A. E. Caldwell & Co. seeds. for bulk garden the city this week attending the funeral sf his sister, Mrs. H. F. Bynum. Mrs. J. Tayne, of Number One, was the guest of Mrs. W. Z. Massengill this week. Miss ValUe Wilson, of Proteraus, is the guest of Mrs. Milliken on Second street. , . ' W. C. Farris has just returned from a trip to Illinois in the market buying mules. . Do you believe in signs? McLean. Cleveland Jones, of the vicinity near town, was here several days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett, of Troy came up Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs FiU Smith. Miss Mabel Griffin leaves next Week for Atlanta, Ga., to visit Mr. and Mrs Hunter Griffin Bon Air Coal, best a ad cheapest, at Union City Ice& Coal Co Mrs. W. T. Holland, of Nowbern visited her sister, Mrs. Ella Britton, in the city this week Mrs. Joe Davis returned to her home at Terrell Monday, after several days isit to relatives here. Price Bradshaw, who has been quite sick at . the home of his sister. Mrs. Robt. Batts, is out again. I don't talk, I make signs. McLean. Mr. and Mrs. John Dabnke are en joying the company of a pretty baby daughter, arriving this week Mrs. Sam Chandler held the lucky card and received the set of disUe given away at the Gem iriday night. Mayor O. B. Rollwago, of Forrestt City, Ark., is in the city Visiting ;iip daughter, Mrs. S. B. Chandler. Call 150 and get your coal and wood before -bad weather. - -Union City Ice and Coar Co! - - Mrs. L. W, Burton and little daiigh ter, Evelyn, returned to McKenzie Fri day after a visit with relatives here. ; LOOK HERE, MR. FEEDER! I The Greatest Offer Ever Made to Stock Feeders Dr, Hess' Stock Food on 3 Months Trial. From the manufacturers' written guarantee and the untiring praise' it is receiving from our customers we are doubly sure that it is, with-"; out a single exception, the best Stock Food or Tonic ever produced " and at a price that you can afford to feed it regularly. Now hero is our proposition: We will supply you with sufficient Dr7."" lies Stock Food to feed your animals twice a day for three mohfhs.'.'' We will supply you with 25 lbs or 1 ton, then if at the end of the" three months you are not absolutely sure that it has paid you to feed Dr. Hess Stock Food; that is, if your animals fed for market have not been more thrifty, yonr other stock in better state of health, return to us the empty package and we will refund every cent you have paid us. Here are the prices: 50(T lbs. for $25.00 ' Or 100 lbs. at the same rate, $5.00 or 25 lbs pail at $1.60. " '': There is not a farmer or feeder in thjs community that can afford to miss this liberal proposition. ' Mark you, you are to bo tho judge and the jury., RED CROSS DRUG STORE. Union City, Ten n. .' .! "J :. Rosroe ICitchell and children, off Pleasant Hill, were' in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirkland. Dress up with a new sijrn. McLean. A. J. Murphy lias been very sick of la grippe at his home on Division street. He is very much improved this week. Miss Gertrude Pardue an Miss Mollie Bourne are in St. Louis taking adv'ance lessons in the new millinery creations. Frank Wehman, who has been several j weeks suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism, is able to be at the store. If you Want anything in the line of jewelry keep in niinq the special offer ings and inducements at Ben DieUel's. Miss Naomi Holland, of Newborn, was a visitor in the city for several days with her cousin, Miss Bertie Harbison. Mr. and Mrs. Lile Shuck, of Jordan, visited the home of Major and Mrs. W. L. Alexander in the city last Saturday night. Rev. J. E. Ramseyer will preach at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Chapel next Sunday afternoon. Every body invited. , - Signs painted on anything anywhere, i -i McLean k - ! ; Mr. and Mr. Zack Corum are rejoic ing over the visit of Father Stork and the presence of a pretty baby daughter, announced this week. D. A. Little and Miss Lizzio Greer and T. J Greer's little daughters are nowvat home in the T. F. Stubbs resi dence on Division street. Robt. Holman returned Sunday from j Jackson, Md., where ha attended a Btock sale. He visited in Cape Girardeau and Chaffeo, Mo., en route home. Any kind of a sign painted anywhere. McLean. Dr. Jno. Brien Atkerson and wife and Mayor Chester Erwin and wife, of Rives, attended the banqet given by the Elks at the Palace Hotel Feb. 22. Mr. R&bt. Preist, a former citizen of the city, has returned to Middle Ten nessee after a visit to his daughters, Mesdames Harris and Bondurant.j i II II Js if It is as important to have a correct corset as it is shape frame work for a buildinqr as the c to have correct corset is S J ' RTf , 1 13 the foundation for dresses. UY a Kabo Corset j fit your dress over it. 1 ou 11 present a stylish appearance. Kabo Corsets are recog nized as the leaders in three points style, comfort, durability. The reason that Kabo Corsets lead all others in up-to-date styles is because the designs and suggestions for Kabo models issue from the same source in Paris as the edicts on fashions in gowns. This is expensive to the manufac turers but it pleases the buyers of stylish corsets, so we do it. Copyright 1909, Kabo Corset Co. Kabo Style 704 -A bias cut. rored. lonff corset with low bust and graceful effect through out, li-incn ciasp. pair supporters, lace trim- ana araw mailt, bteilwu cloth, sir.-s is race, toil If you are stout, a Kabo Form Reducing Corset will give you graceful lines and comfort. , Kabo Maternity Supporters give health and comfort to women wha await the Stork. All goods absolutely guaranteed. Kabo Corset Co. Chicago as 1 ' It STYLE 612. . Is low in bust and tins a long skirt, ts de signed for the average figure; mode of batiste with li inch front clasp; lnce trimmed; two pairs of gHrteni! siseslto30. Price..,. $1.00 There is a Kabo for every figure. We carry a complete line in all sizes, from 17: to 30.!; Prices, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. Will those who owe The Commercial (or subscription please let this remind them to send or come and pay up or notify us whether .or not they want the paper continued. Please attend to this Awhile you think of it. G II rue II i ir- SAFEST AMD QUICKEST VAY TO TRANSFER MOMEY 18 DY : LOUD DISTANCE TELEPH0I1E FOR RATES APPLY, TO IC8AI MANAS ER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH C& IRCSSMMTf. Mrs. Arthur Scatos, who has been visitiug her nioUieri.Mr8,Jt4fiiiio Bcckll .ft' the city for several daySfJft yester day returning to Greenwood, Miss. Join Caldwell's circulating library and read ten of the late copyright books. Just been added to the library. Only 2 cents per day. , . Panella's Italian Orchestra was warm ly welcomed in the city this week. Messrs. Fanella and Nicholas made! many friends during their extended stay here. "Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thomas, of Har ris, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. j Cheatham Saturday night. They were en route to Johnsonville to visit relatives. .Call to see us. We will appreci ate your visit as well as your trade. rnrtr Ar Fnrtr ' Dr. R. A. Napier, who recently lo cated at Troy as a practicing physician, is quite sick at the hime of his father- in-Jaw, Mr. Henry Moffett, on Church street. . . Messrs. Bernicc White and Earl Mc- Gehee, of Cayce, made a business trip to the city Saturday, They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. White on East Harrison street. " the martha fowlkes School of Expression ,' fN CONNECTION WITH THE v PUBLIC AND HIGH SCHOOLS Studib 2184 South First Street ......PRESENTS...'... Miss Elsie Tanner 1 IN A ... . JUNIOR RECITAL. In the Public School Chapel Friday afternoon March fourth -nineteen hundred and ten .. v: at two-fifteen o'clock ! Hard Road Improvements. I believe in equal rights to all and special privileges to none, so to begin right let's have an act of Legislature passed creating taxing districts, each road being a separate district. Let the district include the farms that border on or near the road iriiproved. I think one mile beginning at city limits would be for first section. Those subscribing for improvement before the act of Leg islature should have credit for same af ter , tho district has been created so it would be Democratic. As for those who live beyond the road improved they should have credit when their section is made a taxing district, for the same reasons There willne.ver and should never be a general bond'jfasue fori the entire county, as there would bedroom for complaint; still I believe Obion County could issue bonds for road im provement in this way, viz., by declar ing four or five thoroughfares across the county and giving each thorough fare its pro rata of money. For exam ple: One from Union City to Reel foot Lake. This one would benefit all of tenth, third and twelfth districts and a part of the thirteenth, second, sixth and fifth districts, and would be worth more to Union City than the Reelfoot Lake railroad. .Two to one I will make it, three to one in favor of pikes while I am in this part of the county. I want to make a guess of the width of roads, and hills on same to the lake from the Thirteenth District: Lower road 15 feet from ditch to ditch, hills 30; upper road 12 feet from ditch to ditch and hills 3G, but not so steep as lower road There is more railroad on this route.' Some call it cross-lay, but I call it railroad as it is made of rails. You can see them most all the year and thero is no way to miss them. This little guess is just u joke, but if you doubt any of it ask one West Tennessee grocerynian. Now the Lord left us everything that is good and groat, and one thing Ho left was two routes from Union City to Reelfoot Lake with four hills on each route, both on the ridge; also a spur running to Hornbeak with no hills at all.. Do the peoplo want the natural road beds? The people can have just what they want its Democratic. Forty years ago there were no hills in the main road to Clayton. How many now? How did this come about? It was done by the disirict commissioner and County Court. Now how are you going to get them but? Crude them out at from one to three thousand dol lars a mile? or petition the county com missioner to condemn property, pay damago and make level? Let the ma jority say and do that's right. . , Dorrel Harris.' PROGRAM. , Act.l,. Scene IL Merchant of Venice . . . Shakespeare FlXK Captain January , . . . Abbie's , Accounts . '. . (a) When the Lights Go Out . (b) i Discovered " . . . . (cj Tke Usual Way The Fugitives . . Laura E. Richards , . . . Tudor Jenks . Will Allen Dromgoole . . . . . Dunbar . , . . . Brooks Shelley '(Musical accompaniment-Schumann) , SOUR STOMACH. nr. ... ti .-. iUI-O-.NA X UTS THE PTOMAf'f 1 IS Shai-k in Ffve M .vines. If your stomach is continually kick ing up a disturbance; you f;l bloated and distressed; if you bel' h gas and sour food into the mouth, then you need Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets. Mi-o-na stomach tablets give instant relief, of course, but they do more they drive out tho poisonous gasses that cause fermentation of food and thor oughly clean, renovate and strengthen thf stomach so that it can r-iid;iy di gest food without artificial aid, Mi-o-na stomach tablets a f guaran teed to cure indigestion, acute or chron ic, or money back. This means that nervousness, dizziness and biliousness will disappear. Druggists everywhere and the Red Cross Drug Store, soli Mi-o-na for 50c. I was under the care of four differ ent doctors during nine months and was cured of dyspepsia by Mi-o-na." Mr Joseph Grondine, 107 Fountain street trn r ! r r mi Jiviver, jhhxs. Booth's Pills for constipation 25c.