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In Camden Hint have cnntm.
tied in business for ten years.
Every business iu theto.vn f
Hive two have cither failed,
quit or died, aiit I wo iitt I ibule
our KiiccesH to the correct way
in which we heat our custom
ers. Some of them luvve st uck
to us from the beginning, and
nre still with us. 6
Vie Sell Goals m
V2 M Tfcra RisM.
"We study your wants, and
AVhen you want your clock,
watch or jewely repaired, you
know where to go.
If your telephone gets out
of shape, bring it to us.
If you want to sell what you i
have in the produce line, we
WE ARE GOING TO BE
r ON TOP AND SELL YOU
GOODS ON THE BOTTOM. )
We thank you for the past
favors shown, and ask you to
$ continue with us.
SllfiilLL II F0T73.
Elmer Vick is very ill, we regret
Lee Harris lias returned from a
Yisit in Illinois.
C. C. Vick is attending the nor
mal at Camden.
R. W. Ayres will go to putting
tin tnkiacco in a shor' timo.
Don't forget the appointment of
Rev. Yates Bloore next Sunday.
W. A. Sparks is harvesting his
wheat, which he says will be a fair
Lee Francisco, Robert W. Ayres
and J. 0. Florence were at Nash
fille a few days last week.
Good rains have fallen during
the past week, and quit a lot of to
.'cco has been set in this locality
N. 3 . Cuff of Claud was here las
Sunday. Nola comes to see his
parents and a dear "friend" every
two weeks. .
Liberty, June 3.
Nola Cuff visited homefolks near
Mrs. Bettie Farmer is still con
fined to her room.
Miss Lizzie Farmer is visiting a
Camden this week.
Corn and grass keeps the farm
crs hustling. Crops look fine.
There will be services at Hall'
Valley next Sunday forenoon and
Memorial services were held a
the Farmer burying-ground Sun
day, and a large crowd waspresen
Rev. Jesse Farmer delivered an
appropriate address and the ladies
decorated tho graves with Lowers.
Claud, June 3.
I'HISONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
E! ihu 'I'licker 1ms r turned to Inn
home in A rkansns.
J. B. J'iwlen of Big Sandy was
in the city Tuesday,
Bud Fry is spending the week
with homefolks nt ('ox bur'.;.
Postmaster I). J. Mclke iu vi.-.It-ing
at Big Handy tills week.
Tom Thompson went to John
fionvillc Monday on bu.Mnes.-!.
Thomas E. Tucker repoifs the
first cucumbers of the season.
Joseph Fit.simmons spent Sun-
day with homefolks at Faxon.
Mrs. Deltie Cunningham was in
disposed a few dayH this week.
. II. AV. MeGill U assisting in the
losfofliee a few days this week.
Miss Li.zie Farmer of Claud ia
ho guest of Mrs. F. Melton this
R. L. Phillips came up from Fa
ucah and spend Sunday with his
J. 11. Thomas of AVaverly visited
lis brother, Mayor D. 13. Thomas,
Miss Charlie Evans of Liberty
visited Miss Fearl McRae tho first
of the week.
Miss Jauie AVyatt of Big Sandy
is visiting tho family of her uncle
Mrs. W. S. Wcatherly and child
are spending a few days with rela
tives at Big Sandy.
Miss Lena Lindsey and cousin,
Marion Lindsey, of Big Sandy, are
visiting in tho city.
Mrs. R. G. Hudson and child are
spending a few days with relatives
and friends at Garfield.
AV. L. McElyea left this week for
Union City where ho will work at
lis trade a few mouths.
Mrs. AT. E. McCullough and lit
tie son are spending the week with
relatives at Manleyville.
Henry A. Phifer of Claud passed
through here this week enroute to
AAraverly to attend court.
P. Melton returned home Satnr
lay from Nashville where he epen
a few days with relatives.
Mrs. J. AAr. Saunders of Nash
ville is spending the week with her
son, Ferd Saunders, near Glial
Mrs. C. N. Travis and son, Or
ville. of AA7ashington are here to
spend a few months with relatives
Prof. L. P. Nichols of Dickson,
who is an applicant for the princi
palship of Benton Seminary, was'
in the city the first of the week.
Messrs. Naifeh Bros, attended the
memorial services at Cedar Grove
Sunday. They reported a pleasant
time and an abundance of good
things to eat.
Bliss Ida Milam of Yuma is vis
iting with friends in the city, i id
will assist'in the preparations for
the commencement exercises at the
seminary next week.
"Will Fryer of Manleyville spent
Sunday here with relatives. He
was accompanied home by his little
daughter, Mary, w ho has been vis
iting here for several weeks.
The protracted meeting at the
Methodist Church closed Satur
day. The church was greatly re
vived during the meeting, and all
the services wero well attended
. Miss Eliza Harrison, who has
been attending school at Jackson,
passed through Camden Sunday
enroute to her home at Oakview
She was joined here by her broth
er, Cyriis B. Harrison, who accom-
raiikd her as far as Johusonville.
A. S. Corbitt of CVo.t.c, Mo., h
re on a visit to relatives and old
IU a. E. B. Bowles of Big Sandy
spending a few days here wi
ch.tivi a and friends. .
T. J. Lowry A Co. and J. M. Cil-
espio are haung a new awning
.milt to their business houses.
Leon Caraway and E B. Bowles
of Big Sandy are playing with the
Tuntingdon base ball team at l)y
rsburg. Marriage licenses have been is
sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer
o Travi.-s Hall and Kirk Akers, T.
J. AVaters and Emma Coolev.
Dave Gossett, a member of the
board of tax equalizers, seems just
i little like a stranger in our midst.
It has been about live years since
le has been seen on tho streets of
Rev. G. AV. Florence of Eggvillo
returned from Hollow Rock Sun-
.lay, where he attended his district
conference, and ,by invitation he
preached at tho Methodist Church
AV. C. Barker and wife arrived
here AVednesday from Ardmore, I.
Cordns says he feels like he is
entitled to a good rest, and they aro
going to spend the summer on their
farm a few miles south of town.
Joe McCracken and family, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Carter and Dr. and
Mrs. I. J. Anderson of Hunting
don wero guests of the families of
J. M. and A. P. Lashlee last week
and enjoyed a fishing excursion to
The board of mayor and alder-
men held a meeting last Monday
evening and received the reports
of the special committees appoint-
ed to examine the books of the re-
tirine recorder and marshal. Tho
reports were approved and E. G.
Flowers was re-elected marshal.
"herro-Pepsin" at the Iry Drug
10 n nv uijii u;uiui U1111U..
If you want summer clothing, it
will pay you to get Naifeh Bros.'s
closing out prices. Everything re-
UT -i ) n"t i im i
P pv "Cococola," "Colery
Cola" and other refreshing drinks,
at Tom Tucker's' on the south side.
CAMDEN I5ASK HALL CLUB.
Manager AAT. T. Morris called a
meeting of the Camden Base Ball
Club Monday evening. Cyrus B,
Harrison was elected chairman, J.
B. Vickrey captain, G. AV. Arnold
nor. n.,n T rT..l
mascot, v. 1' Morris treasurer.
The players are as follows: Bat
teries, Harrison and Maiden, xd-
kins and ITawW: first lmspmfm
Arch Townspml- Rmv1 .TnTOM Ti
Vickrev: third. IrvW f!. Twi,'
f Pi;(f,inn,., .i.J
DUUJll OLUp, VI1UU1U UUICUIUU, llgUl
field Tom E TnrW cantor Bnv
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Melton - left TTiio-h AV MpHi'11
Substitutes-Tom Melton, John
Robins. CWnc, linfP,nnn Will
Melton and Arnold Rives
I his team will be at home after
June 15 and ready for any ameteur
AttheBpnton seminary Take 1'iaee Next
week-A oood proBra.u.
Nextwoek is commencement at
Benton Seminary. The baccalau-
reate sermon will be preached by
Rev. A irgil Pallord of Lexington
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Monday and Tuesday' evenings
will be devoted to the graduating
exercises and presentation of di-
plomas to the classes in tho eighth
and ninth grades. Prof. A.J. G.
AVelli of Huntingdon will deliver
the annual literary address Tues-
Tho program Wednesday even-
ing will include music, recitation-,
drills, etc. Thursday evening the
farce, "Two Cihotts in White," and
a drama, "The Golden Gulch," will
be presented. I ho class drama,
"East Lynne," will take place on
I rid ay evening.
Tho program each night will lie
mterpersed witli music, and a most
enjoyable time is promised.
Ice Cream every Saturday night,
at Tom Tucker's.
Do you need a pair of slippers?
They are cheap at the New York
Soda AVater, all flavors, at the
Fry Drug Co. .
Tho county board of tax equali-
zera wet in the sheriff's office at the
court-house Monday to consider all
complaints of property holders as
to the tax assessment for this year,
lho member of tho board are:
D. A. Gossett, A. Iry, hranklin 1.
N heatley, (J. V . liawley and VV . li.
Go to Tucker's, on tho south side,
for a cold Soda. All flavors.
Bargains in straw hats, at the
New York Store.
Try a Cold Milk Shake at the
Fry Drug Co.
To the citizens or Camden:
I respectfully submit tho follow-
lnS as a statement of the finances
tuat cnme 1Ilto niy hands as record
er on J une a, rJ02
1' or municipal purposes. . $531.00
For school purposes,
Total cash on hand. . . 891.15
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vniu may wi may uui uv uuiiKeicil
The accounts and books of R. P
Haley, ex-recorder, and E. G. Flow-
ers marshal, were carefully exam
ined by committees appointed for
iuut uuiuubc, auu mo v;uijjiuiiicuo
that purpose, and the committees
il 1 T 1 11
the reports were approved by the
ii. ill c
hoard of mayor and aldermen of
J. G. Robins,
Go to the Fry Drug Co. when
vou want So(la Water.
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Chronicle and are not a subscrib-
Ur fln in nn initniinn fnr
er, then this in an invitation for
you to become a regular reader."
"Ice Cold Lemonade" on tan at
the Frv Drnff Co.
Brin. or sond ns vonr nrws of
general interest, and we will pub-
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"S" " Vr"" pleasure.
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n,ave I Ullk
luckers 1 Hey re "out of sight."
Begin in time and clean up your
promises. Make a liberal use of
lime, and thus avoid tho usual
Do vou use printed stationery?
jf f , . . ,
kPfl(1s. onvolonos. tnton-.pnfR fr.
Tf in mnro busing i;v rt ,,M
printed stationery, and then the
cost ig verv little mn Spiul ns a
cost is very little more.
TnE Cnr.ONiCLTZ wants an active
correspondent in every locality in
Benton County. Write to us for
circular letter of instructions, etc.
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Mrs. 11 J. Paflord has b en sh k
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ill n- III Vvlir.uil li 1 Jllli.
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C!l(,s(miUIili lmve been postponed.
D. B. Holland lost hn fine mara
lftst FHJ Tho Ruinm, ,
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Jliss ianio Ijerrv visited 1 er sis-
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ton this week.
Good rains have fallen and crops
are looking fine. Farmers are be
ginning to talk wheat harvesting.
Dca't forget the appointment of
Rev. AV. A. Watts at Chestnut Hill
Saturday at 3 p. m., at Flatwooda
Sunday at 11 a. ni. and at Harmonp,
Crook 8uu1av aftornoo
FltO.U CKOOKKIJ CHEEK.
y. H. Lindsey was at Big Sandy
Saturday on business,
and Knox Pafford of AA'ay
were her last Thursday.
T. N. Berry and family of Dan-
ville visited hero Sunday.
D. A. AVheatley and wife of Dan
ville visited hero Sunday.
Our farmers are greatly encour
aged owing to tho recent rains.
Assessor II. rafford was engaged
last week assessing property.
Constable T. A. Akers was called
to Danville on business last week.
The children's day services here
Sunday proved a most delightful
event. There was a larjjro attend
ance, including many from a dis
tance. Crooked Creek, June 3.
J. AV. Brumager was at Big San-
dy last Thursday.
Ed Perkins was in this locality
Friday on business.
Mrs. T. J. Stockdalo has return
ed from a visit at Enloe.
Mrs. Lela Stockdale is visiting
on Lick Creek this week.
Bob Stockdale and wife visited
the latter's mother last Sunday.
Mrs. P. A. Schccniug visited her
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nrter. H. Isaac Dortcb, Fru ay.
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Sunday as the guest of Miss Lil-
n . .
iiev V00- -liawley preached an
interesting sermon from 1. rsalm
at the Arbor Saturday.
Remember the craver meeting
at now Hope Sunday night. Ser-
vjces will bo conducted by Virgil
Simon, May 31.
LU1S uumiumiy wus wen repre-
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sented at Cedar Grove yesterday.
The attendance at church here
yesterday was smaller than usual.
Wl,tl,nr, l il.i
" lla uulIJo l lemper-
. fnce lo tllis Place? Xt ha3
. been eks since they
have held a meeting
Jim Blakeley and family visited
with P. AV. Hudson yesterday. It
is the first time Jim has been that
far from homo in some time.
AVe have been blessed with good
rains 1110 Past weet. Lrops or all
I i v i i j . .
kinds will do better now and the
tobacco men can cet out their slins.
AVheat is nearly ready for harvest.
Some of the boys went squirrel
a uunnsSaturday,but luck was not
with them. Boys, if you can find
one up the same tree nest Satur-
day you can get him, for 'all tho
leaves will bo wilted before that