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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mr. mid Mrs. Walter Morris visited Fulton Sunday. Mrs. J. A. I'rieto visited If irk man friends last week. Mr. Pan Hughes, of Memphis, was in the city last week. Dahnke's Velvet lee Cream for Sun day dinner. Born this week to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox, a fine boy; Geo. P. Hurt, of Martin, was a busi ness visitor here this week. 3Irs. Belle Miles visited relatives and friends at Dresden Sunday. t All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Richard Sanders, of Woodland, was a ! Tisitor iu the city Tuesday. 1). N. McClure went to New Orleans this week on a business trip. R. A. Alexander, of Jonesboro, Ark., j who Las been visiting relatives and j friends in the community here for sev- j end days, has returned home. j Mrs. Moore, of Brownsville, was in 1 the city this week visiting her daughter, Miss Maud Moore, teacher of art and ! music in the City High School. Buy now, if you want American wire. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. J. B. Horsley, who recently sold his Exchange street home to W. E. Hud- gins, lias bought the . fctone cot tage, located on the same street. W. A. Fleasant went to Mobile Satur day. Ho will be accompanied by his wife and children who have been resid ing in Mobile during the past year. W. G. Reynolds is the wool man. Try him before selling. Messr9. Will Feniek and Sidney Burk- ett, of the M. & 0. R. R. Co., St. Louis, L. O. l'ark has been very sick this were in the city last Sunday visiting the week at his home in the city. home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Fenick. 120.00 ranges are still going at Nail- The Big City Ice Cream Dahnke's ling-Keiser Hardware Co. Velvet Cream. As smooth as velvet. Mr. Austin has returned from a visit Col. J. II. Howse, of Trenton, a prom- to his former home near Trimble. inent candidate for Representative, was Miss Kathleen Vatson has returned in the ti'ty Sunday spending the day from a winter's sojourn in Paris, Tex, Rev. J. L. Hudgins visited his father and mother at Aurora, 111., last week Horse distemper cured by Our Home .treatment. Red Cross Drug Store. Mrs. May Underwood, of Martin, is spending the week with Mrs. S. F. How ard. J. Wiley Atkins, a popular Dyers burg citizen, was in the city last Satur day. with the family of his sou, Boyee Howse. , . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ilubbs, of May field, Ky., .were in the city this week visiting relatives and friends. They were hero with Miss Rhino Joyner in the city. i Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product, and guaranteed. Pollard Caldwell, an attacho of the First National Bank, Nashville, was in Tennessee wagons at Nailling-Keiscr the eitv tin's week visitinc the homo of Hardware Co. Ur. ; n . ni.i.....ii r; Mr. and Mrs. V . G. Davis, of Fulton, vision street, were tn the city Sunday visiting home Miss Rosena Lawrence ha3 resigned people. I ner P08'00 as chief operator for the The new suburban homo of Mr. and Telephone Company and now has a po sition as bookkeeper for the Naylor Furniture Co. Forester & Forester have broken the record selling land, having sold a farm last week to a man sight unseen. CADET HOSE WITH LINEN KNEES, HEELS AND TOES. JUrs. Herman Lnetzel is nearmg com- plction. For Sunday dinner Dahnke's Velvet Ice Cream. .None better. . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Kcnney and children spent Sunday with friends at ""l,u' . Mr. Oscar Lovcll, who has been for Dr. and Mrs. Adkerson, of Mount SOmo time employed as one of the pre- Icha, wore m the city last Saturday Ucriptionists and salesmen at the Red chopping. j Cross Drug Store, is out on a leave of Mr. Frank Peck, representing the I absence, traveling through the South JNashvillo American, was iu the city with his fatlier this week. Coal and wood promptly delivered by iue union vuy ice & uoai vo. John Nixon has returned from a few uays visit to menus and relatives at Dyersburg. Mrs. Geo. Hall, of Martin, was in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. A. George. The record shows the birth last week of a pretty daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Howard. ' American wire cheaper than ever be fore at Nailling-keiser Hardware Co. Misses Thelma Cloar and Martha Wilson,, of Troy, were in the city Fri day visiting friends. Miss Addie Cisco, of Gleason, was in the city the first of the week, a guest at the home of her friend, Mrs. S. F. How ard. Dahnke s velvet Cream as smooth as velvet. Mr; and Mrs. E. L. Barnes, of Jack Bon, were in the city last week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Elam. Horace Gibbs, who has a position as bookkeeper with the First National Bank, Nashville, is at home for a few days' rest. Save your horse from distemper, i Our Home Treatment does the work Red Cross Drug Store. Mrs. A. M. McConnell and daughter, Miss Ruth, and son, Beauchamp, have returned from a visit to Dr. McConnell in Memphis. Mrs. Frank Thompson, of Chatta nooga, is in the city visiting the home of her sister, Mrs. E. N. Church, on Palmer street. , You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream I? lour. Mrs. J. H. Russell, of the Pleasant Valley vicinity, left last week for Han sen, Okla., to visit her father, who was reported very ill. Miss Andrena Ross returned home Sunday after spending several weeks with friends and relatives iu Memphis and New Orleans. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. Mr. James Buchanan, of Helena, Ark., lumber manufacturer, was in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Reeves. Geo. G. Bell, who has beeri visiting Union City relatives and friends several weeks, left Saturday returning to his Lome at DeQueen Ark. Good Things to Eat FOR ALL OCCASIONS NOTIFY ' E. P. GRISSOM HIS STORE LEADS AND IT'S A PLEASURE TO PLEASE YOU GROCERIES. BOTH STAPLE AND FANCY GOLD-STORAGE MEATS PRODUCE FRUITS CANDIES All guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We deliver. No order too small. No order too large. SPRING CLEAN I NG TIME ' IS HERE AND JUST REMEMBER JHE Red Cross Drug' Store CAN SUPPLY YOU WITh HOUSEHOLD AMVIONI A, C2M PHOR, BED-BUG KILLER, MOTH BALLS, RAT POISON, SPONGE, CHAMOIS, TURPENTINE Etc. Phone 1 0O for Quick Service: The Commercial belongs to no trust or combination, but it generally manages to "get there." Beats em all on job printing. The contractors are putting the fin ishing touches on a neat, modern, six room cottage home on Fast Maiu street for Mr. and Mrs. Pet Arnn. It will be ready for oeoupahcy- in a few days. Rev. C. C. Newbill, of Mount Moriah, passed through the city last Tuesday morning going to the home of S. H. Jones in the vicinity of Sanders Chapel to visit the little son of Mr. Jones, who is very ill of miningitis. Call 150 and get your coal and wood, I union City ice & coat k). Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cberry, of Memphis, were in the city the first of the week with relatives and friends. Mr. Cherry returned to Memphis Tues day, and Mrs. Cherry will remain sev eral days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Moss. Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Phillips, of St. Louis, were in the city Friday and Sat urday visiting Mr. Phillip's sister, Mrs. Robt. Craig. They were on their way to West Point, Miss., their future home, where Mr. Phillips has a position repre senting the International Harvester Co. Everybody that buys land from Forester & Forester makes money. Ask Walter Reynolds, he knows. The Gibbs taxieab is now running full schedule time. On Sunday last the machine was chartered by several young men going to Hickman, the party in cluding Messrs. John Sanders, Shelton Watson, Bud Monrotus, Will Flaek, Chas, Grissom, Curtis Verhine, Parks McCutchan, Jess Rogers. Police Doings. Chief Purdue has a report this week, including seven arrests ami the collee of f 100 or thereabouts in fines. A for feit of $50 was also deposited by a dar key charged with bootlegging. ' . Four cents cheaper than ever before American wire. Nailling-Keiser Hard ware Company. Bought Lease of Barn. The Glosson Bros., veterinary sur geons, nave leased the barn, formerly conducted by Mr. Nagle as a feed barn and will convert it into a hospital for the treatment of stock. The feed bus iness will also be continued for the pres ent in connection with veterinary work. These gentlemen come from Fulton, and wo are pleased to announce that they are now located here and prepared for business. AMERICAN BEAUTY AND THOMPSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS FOR PFRFECT SHAPE. Our --Prelijm - of A very Frenchy idea in ready-to-wear and fancy hats that will appeal to almost every woman. This is a season of distinctly new and different styles. The woman who loves the artistic in dress cannot help being charmed with the spring wearables Spring Waists Washable Dress Fabrics The beauty which is worked and cut into the Spring , Our spring stocks are at their best. Every color Waists is captivating; words cannot draw the designs and weave and combination produced for 1910 is lib- nor give the graceful lines in finished edges, scrolls or erally represented, and it will pay you to think of scallops CURLIN when you think of washable dress fabrics. ... - . - i ,. - . 1 - . .. - WOMEN'S OUTER GARMENTS Fairest styles shown. Com- The Linen and Lingerie Dresses. The Lin- plete array of charming spring models for the girls' gerie Gowns include handmade and hand-embroidered costumes of the smart world which lends a charm to dresses. Also models made of Eyelet Batiste, French womankind. Mull and other fabrics trimmed with laces. The linen - - .. - . . ' dresses are developed in white, natural and shantung p.. . , rj4. c canvas and French Linen. In this line you will find Divorced from Extravagance. Every woman s J heart is overflowing with the idea of a new dress. She some in8 new must fit her ideal becomingly, she must conform to the ' dictates of fashion within the limitations of her purse Long Coats. In Linen and rough Pongee Silk these qualifications can be found at CURLIN'S. for motoring, traveling and general wear. . Public School. Subject to a continuaiuv of their pass ing grad"S, the Senior class will gradu ate as. follows: Marene Allen, Dorothy Beck, I.at'3 Caldwell, Mary Hunter Flack, Volena Floyd, J.uiie Lane, Ella Noah, Jx Kippy, Helen Verhine, Her bert Bondiirant, Fulton Moffett, Vivian Reynolds, Rex Naylor, Melvin TisJalo. No class has ever graduated larger; no cla."-s has ever contained a many boys. Three of the boys and two of the girls will enter college in the fall. One boy will go to Yale and two to Cornell. Tho valedictorian of the class, Rex Naylor, made an average for the four years of 94, going two points above any former valedictorian. Tho salutatorian, Vivian Reynolds, madt an average of 92, Five members of the class main tained an average of alovo 00. The class graduate in cap and gown. These will be worn during all the exer cises of commencement week. Class pins have been ordered, i A suggested program for commence ment has been given out as follows: . May 20 Junior reception. May 21 Complimentary senior. May 22 Baccalaureate address. May 23 Class day. May 24 Grammark'hool graduation. May 25 Union prayer service. May 20 Commencement. ,' May 27 Alumni banquet. Reunion. A very large assemblage of relatives ;uid admiring friends gathered a few days ago at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shore two miles south of Folk to enjoy the pleasure of a social, for which extensive preparations had been made. The Forester Bros, string band was present and amusements of various kinds served to make tho occasion one of the social events of the neighbor hood. The supper was a featuro char acteristic of a well-to-do farmer's home. From this city Mr. Geo. Moody was present, who is high in praise of the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Shore. Fitting New Office Rooms. O. Spradlin is having the upper story of the Whitley business house recently purchased by him rebuilt and modeled into a suit of nice modern office, apart ments. The work is now in progress and when completed Mr. Spradlin will occupy one of the apartments with his offices. The building will be changed throughout in time' into practically a new house, made after the plan of sub stantial modern construction. A Baby Show in Union City would have many contestants, but it's safe to say that the healthiest baby would win the prize. No baby can be healthy who suffers from worms', and most babies do, unless they are kept from them with White's Cream Vermi fuge Acts quickly, yet mildly is its own purgative. Mothers, don t attempt to raise children without White's Cream Vermifuge. Trice 25 cents. Sold by Red Cross Drug Store, both stores. Colored Public School. The Colored Public School will ren der two beautiful cantatas at the opera house Friday evening, April 22. The pupils will also sing some old-time Southern melodies. These , are always, appreciated by all who hear them. We are trying to buy a musical in strument for the school. All are re quested to bo liberal in patronage. , The entire downstairs will be for the white people and tho upstairs for the colored people. Tickets, 25 cents. Come and witness the plays by tho pupils. You will not regret it. The annual public exhibit of the school work will be Friday afternoon, April 15, 1910. Embroideries and Lace Flouncings 27-inch and 45-inch, edge and bands to match. Walking Skirts, in Panamas and voiles; the most up-to-date designs, silk top and tunick overskirts. Ladies' Ties, Collars and Bows; the assortment unequaled, the prices very low. Lace and ruffled Swiss Curtains, in both plain aid fancy designs First Street,.. IRe T. CUKLIM Terrible Croup. My little boy, who is four years old, has suffered a lot with croup. On sev eral occasions, we thought he was gone. After trying all the old-time renmdiea and most of the new, I came home one night at midnight, and my wife said, "The boy has the croup ngaiu; mippose you get a bottle of Hyomei." "More junk," I said, "but we will circulate our money so they will all get some." I hastened to an all-night drug store and brought it home. In five minutes life was breathing easier. In fifteen min utes ho was sound asleep. It broke the croup so quickly it scared me. Anyone wishing to cure the croup of a child I hope will give Hyomei a trial. Wishing you the best of success, which you surely deserve, I remain, Jos. J2. Clark, 204 0th street, St. S. E , Wash ington, I). C. Oct. 7, 1909, Hyomei is a remarkably effective remedy in case of croup and it .should be in every home where there is a croupy child. Full instructions how to cure croup comes with each outfit. Complete Hyomei outfit including in haler costs tl.00 at druggists every where at the Red Cros Drug Store. It is guaranteed to cure catarrh, coughs and colds. 1