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William 15. Try has returned from
ii trip to Paducuh.
K. C. PhU'okI went to Cnmtlvnon
1!v Jci-j, I'lirir.cr is announced
lo preach here next Sunday.
Alt Mmith of Wyly makes regu
lar Sunday calln in this community
Lets have your idea of what it all
moans, Mi Lena.
William Ilamer is convalescent,
wero are pleased to learn, lie has
been confined to his room several
weeks by sickness.
The attendance at Sunday school
has been slim for some time, but
the weather has moderated and wo
expect a belter turnout.
Fi.ATWuons, February 2".
John Ihtlyrw. .1. Ij. Holland and
. t 1 is lia vcit tune d from Pndneuh.
h. J. Holland, the fur man, was
here yesterday with a big load of
coon and 'pourr hides.
It, must 1m. Hi.' Fresid-ncy that
Trudo Cull' i.s after, as he was can
visaing the seventh district this
Way, February 2o.
airs. E. C. Bhikeley is visiting
her son, George, at Camden depot.
Joo Laukford and Miss Carrie
fltdll DOWN THE HO All.
And so S. A. Cuff is on the trad
again for matrimony. Jle lias so
many opponents he thinks one vote
will elect him.
Wonder why some of our teach
ers are becoming disgusted? 'Is it
because everybody don't want them
to teach at the same time?
Well, well, what sympathy the
Flatwoods correspondent has for
the poor quails! We guess that if
ho had a gun and somebody to tie
them he would have the same sym
pathy that our minister had when
ho was indulging in the sport.
Coon hunting affords great sport
for local huntsmen. S. W. Rnd J.
T. Cuff, William Wilson and others
Durden of Eva wore visiting here ; billed 22 coons this snow and would
Mrs. J. M. Lashleo has been con
fined to her room several days with
Misses Dura and Iva Durden are
convalescent, after a severe attack
After a month of bad weather, it
seems we are going to have a few
days of sunshine.
Guy Lashleo and A. J. Durden
have returned from a business trip
to Bushing's Creek.
Norine, little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Maiden, has been
sick for several days.
Mrs. Annie Hartley and children
are with her sister, Mrs. Mollis
Johnson, on 'Possum Creek.
Jesse Galbreath had ajiard tus
sle with a sapling one day last week,
but after a few rounds the sapling
got in a blow and disfigured his
face. Jesse says he will give up
the belt and retire with John L.
Bethlehem, February 25.
have uotten more if it had been a
good time for them. G. H. Cuff
was seen on the road and his mule
was covered with coon skins.
Down the Bo.vd, February 2
FKOM VII K ATMS Y.
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helontnnir to B. P
Berrv died last week.
Bob Wright of Danville was here
Wednesday on business.
C. 0. Wynn has recovered from
his indisposition of last week.
Robert Grots and family visited
relatives on Lick Creek Sunday.
Misses Tennie and llallie Hall
spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs
Travis Hall, who is employed by
the Cumberland Telephone Com
pany at Padueah, came home last
week with the mumps.
WilEATLEY, February Zo.
Cvrus Harrison is on
list this week.
James Faiker of (Jismonda was
in the city Monday.
J. T. Feeler of Huntingdon was
in tin; city Tuesday.
Deo Smith has been indhpsed
for the p." -4 few days.
Fred and John Warren spent Ir.st
Sunday in Jlig Bottom.
Tom J. Dodd has returned from
a trip through Kentucky.
O. C. Hudson spent Sunday with
relatives at Hollow Bock.
O. II. Williams left yesterday on
an extended trip up the river.
Fikts Bind and Albert Wood of
Holladay were here Saturday.
Justice A. V. Hardin of Chalk
Level was m the city Monday.
Cv'ius Thompson made a ilyim
rip to Hollow Bock Wednesday
Miss Lula Gillespie is recover
ing from her recent indisposition.
Augustus lck and Miss bessie
Hudson entered Benton Seminary
Horace Cowell of Bertram!, Mo.,
is here on a visit to his father, C.
Miss Bettie Carrington returned
to her home at Huntingdon Tues
Miss Lizzie Bivens has bought
Miss Bettie Carringtou's stock of
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Tucker spent
a few days with relatives at Hunt
ingdon this week.
The bad condition of the roads
since the thaw makes traveling ex
i i nr 1 1
Bev. Alonzo Nunnery filled his
regular appointments here Sunday
forenoon and evening.
xv commouioua eitnisiuu io wmi.
lfiir.uen Ifodscr left hl.it Week tor
Spuitu to v i---.it hone folks mid tak
a short vacation, lb-yal Milton is
staying in the bank while ho is
The County Republican Execu
tive Committee will nn'et at the
court-house next Monday for the
purposes as slated in the recent
call of Chairman J. F. Beaton.
Mrs. .1. E. Totty, jr.,of Nashville
was called here the first of the week
by the illness of her mother, Mrs.
Alex Bell. SI e was accompanied
by her little daughter, Vetrice
Bev. Yates Moore will preach on
"The Duty of Sunday School In
struction" at Cowell's Chapel tin
third Sunday in March. This is
by request of several members.
Miss Nell Bye, daughter of Hon
Thos. C. Bye, of Camden, entered
the Brandon training school Mon
day. She is the niece of Mr. and
Mrs. John II. Eives,nnd will be at
their home while here. Tullahoma
Mrs. C. T. Brccheen and littln
daughter, Madaliue, of Memphis
and Mrs. W. W. Atchison of Mc-
Ewen were called hero' this week
by the illness of their mother, Mi-
Bell. Mrs. Atchison has since re
The friends of Justice M. A. Fry
of Lilburn will be pleased to learn
that ho is recovering from his in
juries received in'R fall at Newbern
a few weeks ago. Be will soon be
able to get out with the aid of a
pair of crutches.
It was reported here yesterday
that Claude Hudson had closed a
trade to dispose of his mercantile
business at Hollow Bock. In that
event it is probable he will give his
undivided time to his business in-
U-V'li.Lt Col I Ill nil- ) X 4
1) C. NYal went to Mclllwain on
bnsini ss Tuesday.
Joe Wesson of Sugar 'IV is up
looking after tin tie business.
Jame.s H. Whitfield and Tom J.
Dodd of Camden were here thu
L. E. Hill ud of Huntingdon was
here the fust of the week vi.-iting
J. M. Whitfield of Pavatt vn
here the fu,t of the week waiting
B. G. lluds tn of Ciimden wa,;
here on Tuesday looking after lira
Sam EorFs, member of the gro
cery firm of Baker, Eeeh s .V Co.,
of Padueah, and W. L. Rogers, (htf
popular tobacco sales man, wei'- hero
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Holladay, February 25.
II is wevL
lt:iil;ii' 'oi mull i 'm e. J
John Baker is nioviiu
A great quantity of g-mio wag
killed during the snow.
Robert Pierce and wife visited
in Jlenry County last week.
A new daughter arrived at the
homo of Asa Cherry Thursday.
Work on the negro saw-mill has
been delayed by bad weather.
Bub Cherry and Bobert arra-
ack are building new residences.
We regret to chronicle the se
vere illness of Mrs. S. F. Baker.
Bev. WT. A. Watts preached an
able sermon at Baker's ChcpoMcst
The Dixie telephone line is to bo
extended to the home of I. E. Wy
gul, we learn.
Greenbrier, February 25.
built to the business house occupi- Uerests at this place.
ed by Lashlee k Hall. Wildcats are said to be at large
Bev. G.AV. Florence will preach in hQ nei,borhood of Chaseville.
at the Presbyterian Church on the pouitry &m even hogs have been
linn ounuuy in iU-uiu.
Letters from Crooked Creek and
The heavy enows have been help
ful to wheat.
B. F. Davidson went to Whitley-
ville Tuesday. '
Dillard Hargis cut his foot while
coon hunting last week.
Mrs. Puss McKelvey, who has
been quite sick, is improving.
Rev. E. B. Condor failed to fill
his appointment hero Sunday.
The second quarterly conference
of Camden circuit will be at Lib
erty March 8 and 9. Let all of the
members be present on baturday
and as many others as can' come.
Yates Moore, l'. c
Hanover were not received in Urge
for publication lasv week.
Mrs. Frank Plant and children
have returned from a visit to rela
tives and friends at Plant.
Hon. J. M. Troutt of J ackson has
destroyed by them, and hunting
parties have been organized for
the purpose of exterminating the
cats. So far the efforts to capture
them have proven futile.
Mayor Tom C. Bye and Dorsey
B. Thomas attended the Knights
You can help anyone whom you
find suffering from inflamed throat;
laryngeal trouble, bronchitis, colds,
coimhs etc., by advising the use of
Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup; the
great remedy for coughs and colds.
Price, 25 and 50 cents Sold by
I all druggists.
Hon. J. M. iroutt or j accson nas of Rg at Wam.y QU
made an appointment to spea at Tuegllay uisht Mr. Bye is spend
Camden Saturday, March 8. rpnl(l!n.ler of the week at
in" the remainder of the week at
Waverly, having business in the
chancery court, which h?.s been in
Mrs. Bettie Cunningham will re
sume her place at the dry goods
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store ot JNaiteu uros. to-morrow. - , . .Imulv
A broken sled in front of J. M. . .
Gillespie's saloon is the only visi- p0 a few people the decision of
ble reminder of the siege of snow. tL Fresideut on the appeal of Ad-
Tim sick at the Bell Bouse are ,.0i s-1,10v oti-i n n. elisnnnoint
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on the road to recovery. Mr. and men but it had been expected by
Mrs. Bell were both better yester- tjie majority. Few men are capa-
Regular coi rcspoiuk'ncc
Jacob Atchison is reported sick.
B. F. Holland visited relatives at
Luterton last Sunday.
Uncle Thomas Bowles is jer cri
ed some better this Wjk.
Walter Young will probably go
to Missouri soon to locate.
Irving Bradley has been erecting
a new building on his place.
Isaac Clement of Padueah, Ky.t
is visiting'relatives aud friends iu
Reginald Askew has returned to
Missouri, after a short visit Jbere
with his parents.
Miss Nancey Clement of Yienna,
111., who has been visiting her aunt,
Mrs. Mattie Askew, has returned
home. Cheer up, Elbert; you have
Enloe, February 2o.
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App'S :t or nearest correct on
? ! l!fS of cotton reeive,l iu ilen.phia .from N-ptemoer 1 .
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The South's Greatest News, Farm and Family Journal.
- . i t nyw.i cnirss rm the nninhrr of bales of
cotton received in Memphia from September l.ltHll.to Apul lo, l.'O-.
will be awarded in cnbh as follows :
K received in Jainmry, S3.500; If received I" rrtrunry, K.O0O; if recced
in Illiircli, i,ooo.
IT IS TO YOUR INTEREST TO GUESS IN FEBRUARY.
To be more plain, the proposition is simply this : If the correct or
nearest correct ness s received ,n January, the fortunate piessor w 11
ofekincash. Ifnotuntil.Febnmry OCO Hn nn . March
U 000. This eHVr has been rm.niiui smee S..tember M0.000 ben,- i t
ied if the winner was received in that month ; 0 0 if received n Uc
tober;t-7,7J0 if received in November ; f5,U)t) if received m Pecunber.
pe GliiOBicls sua Xim Gcnnerciat Ippoal $1.
ilajr. ble of rising far above their sur-
Eugene 'Travis left Tuesday for roundings and of acting in entire
Jackson, having accepted the posi- opposition to their political advis-
tion of city editor on tne Jacicson ers, and eviaentiy iue iresmem is
Daily Sun. not one of them. At the same time
Mrs. 13. C. Joyner and children it should be remembered that the
of Buena Yista are spending a few admiral did not appeal to the 1 res
days with the family of her broth- ident on those points which the
er, J. B. Vickrey. public would have been glad to see
T, A Wvntt is receiving mate- iba President com uelled to review.
rial for a new dwelling, which he The actions and attitude of Ad mi
will build on the vacant lot near rai Sampson, from his arrogant
the electric plant. message announcing the destruc-
Tlm Rnnw lini almost disappear- firm of the Spanish fleet down to
ed, and the warm sunshine of the his approval of the infamous histo-
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past few days seems 10 neraiu uie rY , written by laborer luaciay, inn e
near approach of spring. ijeen the chief causes of the resent-
Milps Wpbb of Wa- nmnt rf the, peonle. and these have
verly will preach at the Cumber- never been touched on by Admiral
Uni Presbvterian Church on the Schlev or his attorneys in their re-
second Sunday night in March, quests for justice. Secretary Loug
All are invited. will soon step out of the cabinet,
After many delays, caused by the and the American people will con
p b w0Mbnr v.-nrL- nn thft tinuo to show their appreciation of
Methodist Church building was re- Admiral ocniey, me popumt i.u
i i snnu tl Tuesday. An effort will be
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rljmade to have the building roofed
'' . s iu before the rainv season is here.
of the battle at Santiago, the man
and naval officer, but officially, the
incident is doubtless closed
John Phifer smiles, and says its
James Davidson of Clydeton wre
here on business yesterday.
Will- Dortch of Henry Cotiiity
was here on be si nets yesterday.
Bobert Crockett and A. J. Pat-
ford of Luterton visited here yes-
The many friends of Mrs. Bettie
Farmer will be glad to learn of her
improvement in health.
The little child of Dan Cooley
died Saturday, and was laid to rest
at the rarmer Cemetery ouuuayi.
Ilev. E. llollomau conducted the
burial services. The bereaved fam
ily has the sympathy of the entire
Claud, February 23.
When pain or irritation exis
any part of the body the applica
tion of Ballard's Snow Liniment
will cive nronnt relief. Price. 25
1.. 0- L L
and 50 cents. Sold by all druggie