Rial Estate Exchange.
Uha Duoesa ir Aogouleme pax
makes a- lianvlswrn tl'jee a. 2,8. arva
soots,'. but the general testimony h
that tlie quality of the fruit is im
proved on the (jumce.
A good, well-flavored, solid' straw
berry is much more desirable than
no that is big, hollow, .insipid, and
soft. The popular demand for
very lnrge berries is foolish.
The man who attempts to raise.
an orchard of young trees in grass
has no right to-complain-about the
depressed ivwtrtikttis of 'agriculture'.
He- practices. (Depressed methods.
Tree roots always extend as far as
the limbs exiend, mhI. sometimes
farther. That fact shows the folly
of confining exdture and manure to
within a foot or two of. the tree
Ihe enterprising nurseryman
tkIio deceives a. great many credu-
hnxa pcoplo into buying poor new
fruits at high prices, damages fruit
culture,. and deservssths reproba
tion of honest mis-
draf ting; is mn 6M artt not saffi-j
eiently appreciated! By ft any old
fruit tree that is healthy but un
productive can be soon changed in
its character. . Thousands of farm
ers don't know how to graft, though.
it is easily learned.'
Seventy bushels of"por,.ttKcea'
per bushel apples will make a bar.
rel of apple jelly whioh the starv
ing manufacturer sells for $26 or
more.. But if the fanner should;
demand more than 10 cents he
would, ba told,, probably,, that it
J.. V-TItAVIS, I'ri'HWt'iit.
C. X.TRAVIS,. Treasure,
E. O. CiEOHOK, Secretary.
ALL PROPERTY LISTED PRE EE
Garten Ran!; : 1 Trust Company.
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J. II. Farmer, B. F. Ilatley, W. II. Meadow,
W. O. Hatley, Simon Noblea,. A. J. Farmer.
T. G. Rye, II. F. Stigall, D. M. Farmer,
J. N. Simrifton. R F. Ross, A.
J, II. Farmer. FreHHlont. II. F. Stigall, Vice-Presideut. A. C. McKae, tashjer.
A. C. McKae,
M. A. Hatley,
Receives deposits, makes loan, and doe a general hanking business.
Prompt attention given collections. I : tf.
Eeal estate bought and sold on com
mission. Taxes and insurance paid.
Titles investigated. Loans negotiated,
and a general Real Estate business
PAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
Hardware and Groceries.
Groaned in Her Coffin,
WE HAVE JDST 0PEHE1
BIG SANDY, TENN.,
A. Iarfci .stwli of Hardware. Ap-ieulturul-Implements. aiuV FaniHy. (jrooeries.. We earry a good
stock of Tennessee Wagons,,Road Carts, Harness and Plow Clear.
We are agent for the-W-altkk A. Wooi Harvestim: Machines', tlx) best on the market.
Our goo(,s will he sohlat very reasonable prices, and1 we will be very grateful to the citizens of
Riir Knrulv uim! Mim-nLiHJinr wmntru for it tli:Lri nf thi'ir ii:it.mimi ra-nmwinfr t.n fid ;ut viU hir tluwn
r ; - - - r - ' - i v""Dvn --r . - j
as any whit.
WE HAVE COME TO STAY AD WANT TO'K, CUSTOM.. tTK US A Till AX,
0i salesniMi, MrJ..F..ruurr, .vdH. lway.beglmtt(ir waW njioiv tlie triwte:
Reports have' reached here of a
most settsatxcnaal case at what is
Known as the Four Mile neighbor
hood in Kenton County, says a re
cent Daltomr Ky.r dSspaterh ta the
St. Louis Republic.
Mrs. Jacob Korb wife of a well-to-do
farmer KacF been ill several
months and on Monday last to all
appearances died. There was no
sign' of decay, nor was there any
Avid'anae- of Ef, and preparations
the neighborhood 'chureh and after
the customary' services the pall
fcearers started! with the supposed
remains for the grave which was in
$re church-yard. Before reaching
it a groan was heard in the coffin
and the terrified men dropped tlie
casket while excited hands unfast
ened' the lltl The woman's eyes
wtTG'wida- open, and' she stared
aXmnH her & if: paralyzed by terror.
The scene among the spectators
as Mrs;. Korb sat upright in her
coffin was an awful one. Women
screamed some fled as from
. 1 M 11
plague, ethers tell unconscious.
Tlie men scarcely inew what to do.
and all stood actionless until the
fixating, husband himself dragged
the woman from the asket and
carried her mtd the ehurelL More
intelligent attention was then paid
the rescued woman- A physician
was sent for. and everything possi
ble done. The woman seemed un
able to speak, and it was evident
that she was unconscious of all that
occurred about her. Just before
the arrival of the physician, Mrs,
Korb, without warning, rose to her
feet as if to flee the place, tottered
and fell back dead. Another scene
of confusion ensued. The physi
cian, who had arrived made a care
ful examination and declared that
she was really dead ; that the ex
citement and terror of the situation
had been too much . for her weak
condition. On his advice the body
was replaced in the coffin, and the
funeral proceeded, the remains be
ing deposited in the grave. People
in that section of the county are
said to be much excited, and many
do not believe Mrs. Korb should
have been buried.
T- ZEE. IRATZEMA.ILSJY
Furniture, Buggies, Carts, Trunks,
CLOCKS, STOVES, WALL-PATER ETC EVERY WEEK,
Give Him a Cull. West Hide Court Square, Camden r Tenn
Dry Goods and Notions.
HERRIN & BATEMAN,
MY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS and SHOES,
and General Merchandise.
SOUTH SIIE PUBLIC SQUARE, CAMDEM, TENNESSEE.
I. W. Brill Shoes.
We also carry a line of Staple Groceries
am a Leap pead of Competition
In tlie race for business, because I have
the largest stock of dry goods and no
tions, dress goods, lawns, ehallies, Per
sian mulls, China silks and all kinds of
millinery goods, white goods, and in
fact every thing desirable in ladies
goods. A fine line of shoes and boots,
clothing, hats and caps, and straw
goods of all kind. Also the Walter A.
Wood Mowers and Rakes, New Home
and other sewing machines, furniture,
etc. Give me a call my prices are as
low as the lowest.
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