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VOI j. XXIV. NO. 8. CAMDKNi ILVNLSSLl
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nf th (!m(Kn circuit of the M. E
Cliurcli, South, will be held at thin
place March 8 and 0.
Uncle Jcrro Ikteman 1ms gone
to Houston County on a visit
iks Pearl Johnson 1ms gone to
Warerly on a visit.
Undo Alvy Melton of Way was
in our mi Jet yesterday.
After several weeks illneHs, A. J.
Sykes find U. A. Farrar are convalescent.
Mihb Calhe Chambers lelt tor
Mound City, 111., last week, where
she will make her home.
Constable II. T. Browning and
Will Hushing were nt Johnsouville
one day last week on business.
And so our friend, J. T. Cuff is
a candidate for President no con
stable. Well, hurrah for you, Bill.
We are with you.
A. N. Lucas o Waverly succeeds
A. E. Justice in his business here.
Mr. Lucas is the stepson of Mr.
Justice, and is a young man of ex
cellent business qualifications.
A man of strange appearance was
here last' week who doubtless was
an anarchist. He was also selling
papers and tried to pass counterfeit
money, but had no success here.
L. J. Sykes, the hustling tie in
spector, has returned from his trip
through the fifth, tenth and sev
euth districts and reports a good
lot of ties. Let the good work go
on more ties, more money.
Eva, February 18.
And the next day it snowed.
One week more of February.
J. M. Whitfield of Pavatt was in
Notwithstanding the snow, Rev. the city Tuesday
YatoH Moore filled his appoiutment
M'ihs Clara Finley, who has been
attending school at Nashville, has
returned to make her home with
her sister, Mrs. II. W. Ay res.
A neighbor who thought he had
treed oiih hundred coons (while
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nulla aim Kiciuiua BIO nai,-
ticnlly at a standstill.
Carlos Finley of Hollow Itock
was in the city Tuesday.
Will Bushing of Bristow visited
relatives here this week.
The "ground-hog" theory is reg-
Miss BettieCarringtou of Hunt
ingdon in fpending a few days hero
with her many friends.
Bev. J. M. Pickens will preach
at the court-house next Sunday
forenoon and evening. Sunday
school at the usual hour.
Mrs. J. E. Totty has returned
home from a visit of several weeks
,.1 n .-nnhl be tracked awav ). istenng new converts daily.
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railed in help, and after two hours Jack 1-ry ot uoxnurg was uowu
hard work of ten men the tree was one day the lirst or uie wee.
fulled tr lllft LTOU nd. Instead of Clerk and Master A. 0. McDan-
90 coons there was not one. The iel is taking depositions this week,
aforesaid tree was about live feet in Gnrl0n Hudson was at Hunt-
James Parker of Gismonda was
heio on n visit this week.
Mrs. Lizzie Stngner has been
very sick, but is recovering.
Dr. Bichard Cunningham was
over from Manleyvilh yesterday.
Who paid Hon. John II. Trice
to her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Yar- would not carry Bentou County in
brongh, at Huntoville, Ala. his race for Congress?
w i.- i.-.i dt -W, Big Sandy lias taken anotnor
and rain for a week; not all at oneK? iu tho iroction. The
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One of our citizens is having a
bit, of rare experience. Sometime
ago his cow lost her calf. In order
to milk her the family adopted a
novel idea the hide of the dead
calf was put on another calf, and
the cow was tractable. The decep
tion is still kept up, as the cow will
ingdon and Johnsouville this week
Ora Anderson paid Camden a
business trip Monday. Waverly
All building improvements have
beeu abandoned until the weather
George, Jeff and John Stokes o
der. Probably ten inches of enow
fell last Friday, and there was con
siderable snowfall yesterday.
Liberty, February 18.
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permit the calf to suckle only when Holiday visited the family of 1. J
if ? in tlm hide of the dead VihU this week.
Hugh W. McUill and wite or
Plant are here to-spend a few weeks
with his parents.
Circuit Clerk L. B. Watson has
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Eesntar correspondence ' been UlUlSposeu several uays, out
We are told that S. W. Cut! has 3 able to be out again.
withdrawn, from the matrimonial Mrs. Dora McAuley of Camden
is visiting the family of J. H. Bives.
Lawrence J. Blorris, night oper
ator at Clarksville, returned Friday
after spending Beveral days hero
Hon. J. W. Lowis of Paris, can-
Ipilar correspondence. Uiuaie lor ongiess, wna u,u
Newt Wyatt lost the last horse us last week. Ueneral Liewis oasea
he had Friday. his claims on a well-known biblical
Willie Pafford of Flatwoods was phrase, "Love your neighbor," and
here on business last Thursday. he adds "Vote for your neighbor."
Assessor Frank Stockdale has From all we can learn Capt. Leon
been around again to test our con- Caraway will surely be the Demo
science. cratic nominee for representative
Miss Ten me Ball, Mis3 Jennie from this floterial district. Benton
Wyatt and Mrs. Loremar Bobins County can, well feel proud of her
visited at Danville last week. gifted soil, Captain Caraway, and if
Diatript. nandidates are so num- he should represent the people
erous we are uneasy, for some of and there seems to be no doubt of
the boys are going to get left. his selection he will be found at
On account of snow and the die- the front in every battle where uio
agreeable weather, there was no people's interests are at stake fight-
Suudav school at the Methodist ing for their rights.
Church Sunday. Bia Sandy, February 19.
Wheatley, February 18.
The heaviest suow that we have T n v ma Guardian.
had in the past ten years ten msc
Friday. It is about 12 inches on
Jonah Phifer, who died on last
Tuesday, was buried here Wednes-
Mrs. Francis Holland is mend
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Our local sportsmen report good day. He leaves a large family, to
catches of game. whom we extend sympathy.
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Constable lelt uarmer was nere ye nope tnac our nexi genmtn n f
nn VinoinpRs last Fridflv. I ncoftmnlv will enact a law that will . . ,, ,
. . Nor Ynrt n Anot her column
Gl? rvViSnrv lino Vioen o-rfint. nnnrt U-.unf ila Viirdo rpenpciRllv ftnail )
Bince the big fall of snow Friday. at all times of the year. Even our Marriage licenses have been is-
sued oy county -wieiii. vj. u. vjiici
to E. D. Baruhart and Miss S. B
There will be Sunday school at
the Presbyterian Church at the
usual hour next Sunday.
A flance was given at the home
of Frank Plant Monday evening,
which was well attended.
Ladies, don't fail to read the ad-
cincft thft ran or snow rriuav. nt r times or tne v
MiRflAa Allie and Lena Davidson ministfirs indulge in the cruel sport
gave a quilting last week, which Lf slaughtering the birds, whei it
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was well attenaea. is generally known mat wnenwe
Pranlr "Wnnrln. who left here and Lra nrU.lmnt. tho birds tho insects
txronf. fr Nanlivillft Rometime aco. ( iVa former's pnpimv V are more de-
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has joined the navy and is now at etructive in the field and garden.
JNortolK, va. We want to see inis quesuon agi-
Di B. Holland got his hand cut tated until the birds are granted
at the saw-mill last week, nearly more protection by the law-makers
taking- off the. front finger on his 0f Tennessee.
left hand. On account of the cold Flatwoods, February lb.
weather and Mr. Holland's injuries
the mill is not running this week.
Way, February 18.
You can help anyone whom you
find suffering from inflamed throat;
laryngeal tremble, bronchitis, fcolds,
coughs etc., by advising the use of
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Tegular correspondence. Ijallartl's llorenounu oyrup,
Mrs. A. S. McGill will close out great remedy for coughs and colds.
her school here next Friday. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Sold by
The second quarterly conference all druggists.
Judtre L. E. Davis, D. J. Allen
W. A. Lashlee, John P. Lashlee,
C. M. M. Harris, A. J. Melton, H.
A. Bice and others whose names
we did not learn, are attending the
annual meeting of the West Ten
nessee Farmers' Institute at Jack
son this week.
Uncle Alex Bell met with an un
fortunate accident last Friday. He
fell on the ice while going across
town, fracturing a bone in his arm ione80me?
and injuring his hip so that he had Claud, February 18.
to be carried home. He was rest-
Mm "RpIL Tttf. Chronicle wants
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Regular correspondence. John Ulemeui nas reiurucu w
Mrs. Mary Cole is still contined school at Camden.
to her room. Miss Teuie Schoening will teach
T. W. Farmer was at Camden on our Bchool this year.
business Saturday. Uncle Thomas Bowles is reported
Bev. E. Holloman has been vis- indisposed this week.
iting here several days. Little Mary Holland Melton is
Eathan Arnold, the noted raft on the sick list this week.
pilot, was here Saturday. J. G. Clement failed to grind last
Bumor leads us to conclude that Saturday. His mill is out ot re
there will be a wedding here soon. pajr.
The two little daughters of Dan Arthur Holland visited at W. R.
Cooley are very sick this wek with Cooper's yesterday. Miss Mamie
pneumonia. can tell you about it.
A good time was reported at the Elbert Young visited at John
corn husking given- yesterday by Askew's Sunday. What was the
Dan N. Garner. attraction, Miss Nancey?
Snow, sleet and ice continues to We are glad to learn that Miss
keep the natives busy at the wood- Lillie Cherry is able to be up again,
pile, which is composed of only a after a severe attack of smallpox,
handful of logs or so at one time. Mrs. Annie Beaton is slowly re-
We wonder why Corlees Melton covering from her injuries received
nm.1 two trios Sunday; why Oscar bv falling during the Tecent sleet.
Gamer smiles so often; why Noah 0. G. Perkins is a candidate for
Davidson cut his visit so short re- magistrate. Otis is a model young
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centlyj why Tom Waters looks so man, and deserves a neany sup
83,500 fop 50 gents!
The remains of Grandma Mur
phy were laid to rest at Wheatley
Cemeterv Friday. She leaves one
An opportunity to get $3,500 is offered by the Weekly Commercial
Appeal to the eubscriber making the correct or nearest correct guess on
the number of bales of cotton received in Memphis from September 1,
1901, to April 15, 1902, inclusive, the only provision being that each and
every guesa must be accompanied by 50 centa for a year'a subscription to
flie fJeeWu Goiaepcial Appeal,
The South's Greatest News, Farm and Family Journal.
The firBt correct or nearest correct uness on the number of bales of
cotton received in Memphis from September 1, 1901, to April 15, 190. ,
will be awarded in cash as followa :
If recelTed In Ja-wary, 3,BOO; If received In f ebruary, 82,00; if receded
IT IS TO YOUR INTEREST TO GUESS IN FEBRUARY.
To be more plain, the proposition is simply this : If the correct or
nearest correct grjesB ia revived in January, the fortunate gnesser will
receive $3;5W in cash. If not until February, $2,000. If not until March.
$1 000. Th'; offer has been running since September. $10 000 teii' of
. fer'ed if the winner was received in that month ; $9 0H0 if received in ():
tote; $7,500 if received in November; $5,000 if received in December.
fSe pponicle and VeBllji Gommercial fippeal $1
the sympathy of the community.
Enloe, February 18.
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who has been confined to her room change subscription to the paper two daughters, who have
fw loads of 16 inch wood for ., n u-
tor some time, lshuia to uo iu
nrUiort rnnrlition. heater. Appiy io iu uiuc.
Tom JohnBon died at his home!
T7lv. o?i rr irritAtinn Pxistfl On
vu. v I uru juii
Ull OUHio Viccn .&., -- guy pari Ul uuuj vuv
dropsy. nBm.u.wBu, bu.tlon ot naiiaraB bo ju ,-u. E1 aud Johu Phifer have moved
to this place Wednesday ana run- wil, giv, prcpt re hef lnce, ao Q
eral services were held by Rev. J. aud50cents. Sold by all druggists. WilU3 Geen o Clydeton was
at the family burying-ground one tisemeut ot U. r. jacous oi ounujr, u j,---,
'e easHf ioJ. & CnRONI- Miss..,e locaHad .grit ofthe a.t.a, we are nriy.
CLE joins in eiterfing condolence Yazoo and M.ss.ss.pp. Valley A.uer.
, i x v l i-; moil fnmnaiiv will soon leave for Asnlana iity.
and sympathy o his bereaved wid- road Conipauy Commissioner Wilson has
ow and three children. m gencl TnE Chb0hiclb beea busy 8eiecting his overseers
The eo-called anarchist who was auJ the Memphi8 Weekly Com- or the year
compelled to flee from the wrath of merciai Appeal one year for $1.00. While returninfT from yay Sat-
the citizens of Mcljemoreiville last Thisofferis for a limited time only. d Felt Y&rmav had a narrow
week for expressing anarchist sent- Hi8 male slipped and fell
iuients, struck Canulen Saturday. If you receive a copy of 1HB
He did not tarry long He was ilt u S 1.1 The mule
rU tnmove on." and he lost no er, then tins m an invitation o
, .' . . vf.n to become a regu ar reaaer. wm neuni mm wnu
time in complying with the com- you to b could release
hi foot. It was a vounir mule, aud
geueral interest, aud we will pub- parmer Would probably have been
lish it with pleasure. dragged to his death hfcd it no
mand. He claims to be a socialist, j
but he impressed some of our citi
zens as being ripe for a berth in an
asylum for the insase. Such creat
ures should sot be permitted to mn
ttt, ' ;tt.iftnerv. been for Tonkins.
-,! -nr orders. WniTUSTVlLLE, February IS.
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