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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Zcra McAdoo visited Terrell this week. Mr. Andrew Ware left Sunday for Cairo. 8-Day Cu lts $2.50,' at Ben Dietzel's. Mr. Myers, of Fulton, was in town 111 id week. ' Glean Davis, of Fulton, was in the jslty Sunday. Bottle Coca Cola at K i rk lands 'a. Miss Bessie Morgan is visiting in Kennctt, Mo., Jap MaVeety is at home from St Louis for a visit. . Call J50 for coal of any kind. I. II. Davis was in the city" this week tisiting his family. ' Miss Dot Davidson was ivcr from ' Hick man Saturday. I ' -Dahnke's Velvet Ico Creim for Sua day dinner. Miss Buth Parks is confined to her room with rheumatism. " Ed Matheny has returned home from a trip through the West. See Reynolds to sell your wool. II. A. Beck was a business visitor in St. Louis this week. Dr. Davo leather made a professional visit to Hives Sunday. Staver Buggies at Hardware Co. Nailling-Keiser Misses Williams and Chambers visited country friends Sunday. Mrs. Dodds, of Hickman, was here Sundry in her motor car. 21-Jewel Watches for $26.50 at Ben Dietzel's. '". v Hon. Fred Caldwell, of Tiptonville, was in the city this week. Mrs. Don Taylor, of Fulton, is in the city visiting Miss Nora Gardner. Bottle Coca Cola at Scates Bros'. Chas. N. Gibbs, after a few weeks in the city, has returned to Chattanooga. Mrs. Mary Cary, we are glad tp say, is very much improved from a recent illness.' Save money by using Bon Air coal. Al. A! Farris and party, from Hick man, were over in an Overland auto Sunday. Ernest Caldwell, I. S. Kirby and G. B. McDade, of Troy, were in the city Monday. Ice boxes, any price. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. I.W. Dobbins and Miss Murphey, of Fulton, were- in the city Monday, w Miss Jennie Dibrell, of Martin, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. S. F. Howard. The Bie City Ice Cream Dahnke's Velvet Cream. As smooth as velvet. Chas. Fuqua, of Martin, was. down Monday to join a fishing party going to Beelfoot. . Mrs. Maud Curlin has been very sick for several weeks with la grippe and nesvousness. School Medals at Ben Dietzel's. Misses Eleanor Spencer and Winnie May Custer visited relatives in Hick man this week. Dr. Hubbard and party of friends, of Hickman, were in the city Sunday in the Doctor's car. ' Bottle Coca Cola at White Bros'. Kev. J. J. Castleberry, of Mayfield, was in the city his week mingling with his many frie' s. Messrs. W perington and Kerlin vis ited the hr ,6 of Mrs. Kerlin 's parents "in Jordar aUnday. Staver Buggies at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. CADET HOSE WITH LINEN KNEES, KEELS AND TOES. AMERICAS BEAUTY AND THCMPSOrS 6L0VE-F1TTIS3 CCHSETS FOB PFRFECT SHAPE. Our Preliminary "Don Exhibition TIT! Of iL'iiii'iiiiiriicii -35 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 The beauty which is worked and cut into the Spring Waists is captivating; words cannot draw the designs nor give the graceful lines in finished edges, scrolls or scallops WOMEN'S OUTER GARMENTS. Fairest styles shown. Com plete array of charming spring models for the girls' costumes of the smart world which lends a charm to womankind. Divorced from Extravagancc-Every woman's heart is overflowing with the idea of a new dress. She must fit her ideal becomingly, Me must conform to the dictates of fashion within the limitations of her purse these qualifications can be found at CURLIN' S. Washable Dress Fabrics Our spring stocks are at their best. Every color and weave and combination produced for 1910 is lib erally represented, and it will pay you to think of CURLIN when you think of washable dress fabrics. The Linen and Lingerie Dresses. The Lin gerie Gowns include handmade and hand-embroidered dresses. Also models made of Eyelet Batiste, French Mull and other fabrics trimmed with laces. The linen dresses are developed in white, natural and shantung canvas and French Linen. In this line you will find something new. Long Coats. In Linen and rough Pongee for motoring, traveling and general wear. Silk Embroideriesand 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 and fancy designs Href i not Cfroot UllbUllllll Uninn IliUII The comet is now in full view, about one degree south of the sun a couple of hours before dawn. Mrs. Joe Latimer, of Toronto, Canada, is in the vicinity of Union City visiting relatives and friends. v A call for 150 bring3 the coal wag.iu Union City Ice & Coal Co. " Mrs. Austin Smith and baby have re turned to Chattanooga after a visit to Mrs. Smith's parents. Mrs. Walker Thebus, of Blytheville, Ark., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cockrill in the city. Prof. W. T. Wilkerson has moved to Union City fromTroy. Mr. Wilker son resides with Mr. Cloar. It. It. Wright was calledto Greenfield on account of the illness of his father. He returned home Monday. Graduating Presents at Ben Dietzel's. Miss Verna Wise and cousin, Miss Scoggin, of Pleasant Hill, were. guests of Dr.'HoIloway's family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sanders and daugh ter, of Kenton, were here this week and at Woodland visiting friends and rela tives. - . Bottle Coca Cola at H. Wilbanks'. Mr. James. C. Harris, of Chicago, was in the city Sunday the guest of bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coulter. Mrs. Chas. Curlin and little son, Houghton, of Hickory Grove, are with Mrs. F. C. Curlin on West Church street for a few days. . Odorless Refrigerators. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wilson, of Troy, attended the funeral of Mr. Wilson's cousin, a. l. uarutners, at iiareison s Cemetery last week. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap tist Church will give s strawberry aud ice cream supper adjoining the City Park on Friday night, May 13. Coal and wood promptly delivered by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Chambers, of McConnell, were in the city the first of the week, guests at the home of Mrs. Chambers' sister, Mrs. Robt. Craig. Misses Maude Hale, Lucile Dodd and Lillie Etta Perkins, of Martin, were in the city Monday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dietzel, Main street. Bet Dietzel for diamond rings. 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. . THE COMMERCIAL IS DOING ITS BEST THE READERS DO THE REST Dr. T. D. Edwards is expocted home from Rod Boiling Springs this week. News from the Doctor that he is very much improved is indeed pleasant to his many friends. Elder W. II. Sheffcr, one of the most popular pulpit Orators of the Christian Church, is here from Memphis attend ing the Christian Convention at the First Christian Church. New Perfection oil cook Btoves. Nail ling-Keiser Hardware Co. County Court Sale. The Cobb lots sold through the County Court last week were purchased by Jno, T. Walker and Walker Martin. Mr, Walker bought the lot adjoining Mrs. Jones gnd the Union City Steam Laun dry east of the Central Hotel, and Mr. Martin bought a small lot on Mercer Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Regular services next Sunday, both morning and evening. During the spring and summer music will be the principal feature of the evening service at this church. A large' audience were delighted with the music last Sunday night. "Come thou with us and we will do thee good. J. L. Hudgins, rastor. The Fisherman's Catch. J. D. Hamilton, who is engaged in the fishing industry at Reel foot Lake, states that we made an error in his big catch made one day a few weeks ago. Mr. Hamilton caught 4,283 pounds in one day and sold the fish to Mr. Burdick for $86.88. The paper through some mistake printed the amount about forty dollars. We are glad to make the correction. This is one of the largest catches made at the lake. The dock is between Sam burg and Idlewild. : . Obion County Teachers Institute The Teachers' Institute for the teach ers of Obion County will bo held at Troy th is year on May SO-June 4, 1010, You will notice that this is just before the State Institute, so there w ill be no con flict. We would be glad to have all who iutend to go to the State Institute attend here also. It is the duty of all who do not attend the State or its equivalent to attend the County Institute. The Institute will bocondueted on the same plan as last year except there will be little less review and a little more method. RVI.ES OF CERTIFICATION. All teachers except the three classes named below are to take the examina tion in full. The three classes named below will have their certificates renew ed, provided they take the examination in the Reading Course and take the ex amination in all subjects in which their grade is below 75. Class 1. All teachers holding Roll of Honor certificates, not expiring earlier than 1910. Class 2. All teachers holding State primary certificates, issued in 1909. Class 8. All teachers who received county certificates at the County Insti tute at Obion in 1909. READING COCRSE. Primary: Niver's School History of England, American Book Co., Cincin nati, 90c. Tompkiu's School Manage ment, Ginn & Co. , Atlanta, 70c. Secondary: Farkman's La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 90c. Salisbury's Theory of Teaching,- Row, Peterson & Co., Chicago, 90c. The examinations in the Reading Course will be held Thursday afternoon of the Institute week. The examina tions in the Other studies will be held Friday and Saturday. All teachers who expect to teach and who do not intend to go to the State In stitute be present to take this examina tion as there will be no more till the 2d and 3d of September. Teachers attending the institute wil? be asked for $1.00 to help pay the ex penses of the institute. Let us have a good institutebetter than last year. Last year is said to bo the best one for several years past. Yours very truly, C L. Ridikgs, County Superintendent. For Sale. Contents of a nine room boarding house." Furniture in good condition; nice growing garden; immediate posses sion. Apply to Mrs. E. C. Bennett, Union Crty,Tenti. C tf Marriage Licenses. Clay Jackson and Minnie Fields. Z. T. Tolson and Ida M. Miller. Earl Rollins and Lillian Moss. N. A. Colthorp and Laura Russell. Joe Holt and Vera Brack. W. M. Albright and N. B. prain. J. D. Muse and May Nepp. , Alonzo McAllister and Grade Lock. R. R. Powers and Beulah Gunn. Dell Burge and Lillie Watson. COLORED. "Carrnack Lindsay and Eva Lee Dun- Stomach Misery for Over Six Years. Read what Mr. Hoffman, landlord of the Webjrter Hotel, writes, "I suffered misery and intense pains from stomach trouble for over six years, and all the doctoring that I did or medi cines I used were of no avail until about two years ago, when I used a treatment of Mi-o-na. The first few day's treat ment helped me greatly and upon using it a while I was made entirely free from any stomach trouble or com plaint whatever. Since the cure by Mi- o-na I have regained my weight, I eat and sleep well, am never nervous, and my entire general health is much ibet- ter." Max M. Hoffman, Webster, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1909. Mi-o-na stomach tablets relieve dis tress in five minutes. They act like magic. They are guaranteed to cure sour stomach, gas eructations, nea re turn, dizziness, billiousness and nerv ousness, or money back. For sale by druggists everywhere and by the Rod Cross Drug Store for 60 cents a largo box. Try Booth's Pills for constipation; they never disappoint, 25c. Armour's cold storage Meat (fan be ordered frozen from us if you want tender meat, and our prices are the same'as any other meat. Your health will be improved if you order the bestalways found at iJ. IF. HOWARD li OM Phone 14 Phone 14 a ? 1 V V Y , " i 4 t 'i 5 i ! : "3 i ; 1 . ! f !e 'i