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Mr. and M r.i. ( ii Robins oT
Crooked Creek uit' f-p'iiding a few
d;i)s with the latter' k father.
V. M. Unmet narrowly eM'ii'.ed
mhho falling limber while return
ing hoiuc from Camden during the
Saturdny, August 120, is (In day
set apart fur memorial Horvico find
v ' n n I v .f w n- r i H
rn.r.isin i Wi i hi.y at ( 'aypi- n, Ti n.n.
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J'I SlM -f ANNOI'M l:Mi:Nf.
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fit id,' nl ;i i n ii-i In. I-. Wi- will furnish
I !te I'll .li uu.l.V iili'l lociil ;ii h i 1 1 si n on iipiln' i.
c !,iii immi 'i t mnt an-! artielesn'i mii'slmns l I."1 1
of n.i....-si ,(,fsi,li. ni ,l.lii xs..ilsinl. P'-"K lm' 1 ""imwn ""'"''J'
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in I i-i!H I I ,i in i" ,1(1 I li i' si r I H I .111 1
Si Id I." M'lil Id h; V IS '.;i is.,
lelf phone I. Camden. 'Ii'iiii.
cnmo ami take part
FRIDAY .111, VI 1fsn Alter an illness ot several weeks
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the little child of Marshall Bailord
CANDIDATE ArlNOUNCEMLNTS. died last Saturday. The interment
took place here yesterday. Burial
services were conducted by T. W.
l'airord. It is hard to part with
loved ones, but Clod in his infinite
USUI'. Wfinc itiithnrlA'd to announce Mr, .l,- 11 4l,
w ipii.m ciAvy "iviM i lvj vrxii aiiiiuit l
SEM l-Afi NUAL L- i'A TLMIM
Of I HI CON J 1 7 ION Of
ftiondrt buried here are invited to!s
At riomj of Hi'inp
l,o:ifm nt' I ' "f"Ml n1
iJt'jl ritute, f H r ii 1 1 1 1 f ; ul f-
Iue from ulliiT luin'i
t';ili on li.mil
S t ,1 1 m 1 1 h '
i:,iiitai im:k iiii i n io.ooo. or
rxcliiinirt' . lOI.'.'O
ax Hi oount ' ;:f.'( i
l'iir lulvi'i iHfiiiiMits mull r this lii-ml our t'lici's
illf r.nli III 1 1 1 v , 1 1 1 .
I, W. I.. Monit, cu-liler, !' Kolnionly
nr,r th al-ov corrft ti my hvnt kiimil-
iln ami lie I Iff.
S'.vorn to befoie me July 1, IO0'.'.
i). H. nrnsos.
fll'ini'.ii: M l.i--I ik us h fanilnl.ili' In" f Ifftiuii
to tin' oMiif of Kfifci,l:i
Ahm-iiiIiIv of 'I'clilifssi'i' li
flnli'iiiil district f(iiiiiiiscil of Die ciiuntics "I r,lr,r.r
lii nton ami liccatur, sulijcct to tlui will Ihc teluli'
Flatwoods, J uly 1.
FOIt t'Ol'NTY JlTIJK.
to the ,. Mice (,f K.,icsci,li,l!vc m the Ociifiitl hlffl.. in Mneo 1Ti in TTia
nun t lie twciitv-lu st 1 "--'i ... 41a
J Vinocrai if i.h ly .
llie I'liti lotic Statesman of lie nilei noil
County A iuuiuiic' for Cong reii.
1AV1S We lire antliui lrd to .miioinice t..
I", own us :i c unilidalc for iff lection to Hip l'.ecnlar roi Tospondotiec.
(iiucc hi ( o u n t y .imle of lie ntnn t otmty. l.lcf
lion in August.
I'OK Kr. 1ST Kit.
WY TTWe m e nutlioi ieil to aimoutice W.
I-.. VA'l'l' us h candidate for election to the
ollice ol l.'eistci' tl lleliton County. Klw'tion
J. F. Odle spent a few days at
Camden last week.
Don't forget the entertainment
hero tomorrow night.
Some damage resulted from the
storm Saturday, but nothing seri
Its a new girl, and Charles Oats-
vall is the happiest man we have
AVe learn that President Twoose
velt may epend a few days at this
place as a summer resort.. We
would be glad to have him with us.
llev. D. D. By id and J. L. Good
man preached two good sermons
here on yesterday. Their sermons
were full of the "spirit and under
If you arb seeking a health re
sort, we would cite you to Stillwell
Springs near Tippett Avenue. In
formation can be had of Stillwell
& Tippett of this place.
Coxburg, July 1.
JAS. II. HlAZIKK, of Hamilton.
hl i kkai k coi'irr,
JOHN K. Sllli:i,lKi, of Hamilton.
JOHN H. W ILKErt, of (liles.
YV. K. McAI.ISTKR, of Davidson.
YV. 1). I',KAl;p, of Slilhy.
SI. SI. NEAL, ol (iibson.
COVi: ' OF AITKALSi,
1!. SI. ISAUTON, of Hamilton.
S. F. WI I.SOX, or SiiiniRT.
J. SI. TAYI.OU, of Heiuleison.
i:aii.uoad com missionkk,
J. X. SIcKENZIE.
A. (1. HAWKINS.
CIRCUIT .It Dl'.K,
JOHN I!. HOND.
W. YV. AVADE.
COUNTY TICK KT,
.Judge-YV. T. SIOIIKIS.
County Court Clerk -YV. J). COOPER.
Circuit Court Clerk-L. K. YVATSOX.
Slicritl-R. I). SIcCOUI).
Trustee-C W. E. HEKKIX.
At the great chancery sale at
Speaking of the object of educa- Hollow Hock, Tenn., July 11, 1902,
tion Edward Iugle Yvell says in the there will be ottered i town lots in
Manufacturers' Record that it is "Paris, Tenn., (desirably located)
"the proper equipment of the prod- 1G town lots in Hollow Rock, and
nets of the schools (the children ) to about 1,350 acres of farm and tim-
je rform their full duty to their God,, bered lands in Carroll and Benton
their country and themselves." counties. You will certainly miss
vour chance to linv some fin a lmid
mi tt mi T i 1 rn. 'l- J
xne ivuoxviue o ournai anu xnu- if Jo t tt , ,
une very aptly says mat tne man
who is really interested in the fu- "Pepvito," "Cococola," "Celery
m i i fi t t n i i I
ture ot tne boutn win enaeavor to Cola" and other refreshing drinks,
arouse a determination on the part at Tom Tucker's' on the south side.
of the people to give the section a
eystemof public schools such as this program
Section has never had before. If For the Lexington District and Sunday
, i ! -I , i School Conference to be Held at
WBBipl UU1 UlUUieu lUlvcejiiiuLH 'Seliner, Tenn., July 17-20.
with the progress of tha times we OwnlnE sermon by Kev. J. (J. YVimams,
i . Wednesday niulit tlie Kith.
must euucuiu lueiu. TliiirsUay mornuiK 8.:w. devotional pxereises
la. m. now to i'iep,i.re the Sunday Kiihool
The general educational board ''Tie -')tii century Sunday sciiooi'." icev
0 at es Mooi f iind A.C. llnwL-mo
which recently gave 19,500 to the 1 "DilluMiltiestn Sunday School Work." Rev
. 1J lit i n i i K. S. KnochsaiKKi. W. ISuiks.
Georgia State iSormal School 011 m.:;o-"Home I.lfe and Sunday Schools." Rev
... , , ... , . n J. II. Witt and J. 15. Slaxidon.
condition that a like sum be raisod ii.oose.imon.
. ,, . , . e.-mnnn n i f j "''i:iy Minooi in Every ( liiireh
in Georgia, has given lU.OUU to the H.nd Every .Memher ii) the. Hundin School.'
C C3 ' I luy I Sl.l lulul'U l),t II,.., 1 '1' l.... I.
Ueorgia OCllOOJS Ot leclmOlOgy On 2.40-"lhe Sunday School Teacher, Dutlns and
.. , 1M ; , (.'uauiifauons.- kov. u. (j. Johnson and H
nnnditinn that a hka amount be A. Tucker.
, ... 0J . . C.45-''TheSun(layS('hoolSiiperintendent.''Rcv(
triven vy tne citizens or oiate or m. ncKeusamt n. o. Maxidon.
1 . J . . , . J.Iki "A Slodel Sunday School." I!
l leOTfna. Iliere IS Said tO be no Nunley and E. J. Timherlake.
. tl- mi i 3.15-"Sunday School and Missions." Roy. J
ilnnbt that the conditions will be w. YVardiow.
3.ao-"Object of Epworth League Sloveiiivnt."
met promptly. , . . u. vv i ;
Iw.n iu i,.f.i.iino e-im I ,11 I y on mt I'.p.
worth I.eaL'iie." J. J . Thomas
"Ferro-Pepsin at the 1 ry JJrug 4 ,.;V,;,m s 1 "le yUssum sucicty." sirs
4.15-"Thu Dearonefss; Her Coming and What
She is Expected to Do." Mrs. Sue F. Mooney
4., 'in "The ISaby Roll." Sirs. J. ;. YVilliams
Rev. 3. C
Co, is the new popular drink.
StoD howlin- about your ill luck. 'S
JL w - I it. M1M1VI O lfJVf 11
Go to the great chancery sale at 830 a. m.-orua.'lHtVrofrk conference
ir11. T1, TK, 1.1 K,t xr l.(i-l;epoi'ts from respective charts.
jiauiiuw itwauuij u.u.i uk; J I S.ai-lhiw to luiMease tlie Attendance in Church
fnr,,i Mouiprnm serving, liev. C. C. iNewlnil, J. W. 1'ralhei
a tarm on easy terms. ho.ro-niiiienuies in tiie way of our enure
YVork. Rev. A. D. Sladox.
Go to Tucker S.Oll the SOUth Side, J. I.. W eaver and I., i:. Ilrevard.
1 1A 'I'l... I .. .... ii.... r... t . . .
1 1 CJ 1 11 i i iik j nscipini.ti y J lan nil l lie nuppoi r Ol
lor u coiu ouutt. an naiuio. me .Ministry, liev. j . a. ureemni; and .lui
I,. S. Woods.
11 .110 Sermon
Do you use printed stationery? ;-; i. m.-oeyotionai excreta
If not. let U9 tret YOU UD Some letter a.-JO-Hnw to Secure the Conference Collections
. . , , , , . ill Euil. Rev. 1!. F. r.liK kmoii.
hem Is, envelopes, Statements, etc. 3.ao-llowto Have a Sleeting in Every Church
It IS more business like tO Use K-n a m. -Devotional exeicis.s.
. . i . i ii. . 4irt iiewinur ot lieeuse ana reports ot exam
printed stationery, and then the mim: committees.
(1 ',u l.'!.u.ii,, ,l..l.,,..... H... .,...,....1 r
, I'll! C ...,l r. i.uTuuu in ui'n-.iii iu tur aiiiuiiuruiui'r
fOSt IS very Utile UIJR'. uniu no c I enee.
. . 1 Mi .flllKin.
trial onler. I am p. in.-Reports of cominiltccs.
rime ;o rj'i'. '
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to 'ir l'i
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I'll-l P. ! ; i ! t':-' pil'lii ' ""Ih'SM
i-i -o--i'i! :, :uid fi r I In n
which are ndctilrlt d
-h ic K H c i ; . i i i
YYrlt a l.ottr to tha l(i'le Wliidi YVe
l'nlilisli Just R it Ciiiiie, f ruin the
Colonel' Own Hands.
I'.elow wo print, tlio formal armnimcc-
incut of Col. A. J. WlnvUloy of llemier
son Cu'iaty as a caiuli'lale for Cin;riesH
in tln.i ihstru t, and we niiblih the letter
just as written kv Colonel Wlieatley, ac-
coni)i:iiiieil ny a striking piclme of tiie
enlnncrslianilB uno face. 'Mio reiulcru of
t lie Disjvxtdi ehoultl carefully peruse tVis
letter and irivo Colonel heatley that
ciinideration that his rlist.i nrniHl.eI ser
vices to the Ftate and nation deserve, .".nd
iisiiualifieation.s for this lii'di ulilee merit.
The following is his letter:
My Friends of Madison and njraeent
I am L'oini: to Stay with von till tin last
votid counted the Seventh of Anvruat and
will a hide by tho same Desion and vot
for the nominee ns 1 first Said, I am for
the fanner and w ill SavTor thn Laborintr
class to the bitter I'.nd I w ill Stand rijrht
up for your intrust (his ia tho kind of a
man that you have So Lonjr Stood in need
of as well 8S niySelf now remember I want
your voat and if the Lalors all voate
Strait for me we can So easy cary the bal
lot Box to victory I will stand up to the
COL. A. J. WUKATLKY,
vary last for the jilit or my eontry and
the popular voate of the ri?ht to voate
Stay with mo and we wiil carry the day
One the Seventh of August I am an 1 old
Sohher and cam nothing rnt.the boss of
time and lore hundred dollars about all
that I was worth now I cannot Sea for my
life how the democrats could any longer
ignore me out of the race for conjrress
Simon has had it long a nought Air. Lois
of parish has jot a good ollice as turney
general for twelve years Standing Mr.
trout has a good practice of law Mr. trice
has had a ood ollice ptison Superin
tender at nashvjll for several years all
theas candidates ar fighting for the nom
ination and I am the man that ought to
have it and oudit of had it lie fore when
Simes Dy a few friends declared him the
nominee I113 friends say after his sixth
years has expirid that he has not got a
dollar well if he has not save some money
out of thirty or forty thousand dollars of
three t urines he is not competent to scud
Back h gain
Yours resfuley col A. J. Wlieatley.
The Memphis Weekly Xcws is a new Sletro
politan paper, of from 10 to Hi paes and contains
all the telegraphic and foreign news, and all the
newsof this section. It Is the once-a-wei k edi
tion of the .Memphis Siornin Meus. It stands
for Democracy at all times, and is second to no
paper ns a purveyor of news.
The Memphis Weekly News raters especially
to the .South, and is a Ihuneand tarm necessitv.
" We lias e, a clubbing iirr:iiu;cmeiil with lln:
Slemphis Weekly News ami can oiler I hut paper
witii T11 k Chiiiimclk at the same price as Til k.
CHiiONici.K. "Id as weli as new suliseriiicrs
can fake advantage of this creut iudiii'i'iiiei't,
but they must icijuest the .Memphis Weekly
Xews at the time.
TltK CllltiiNni 1: is ?1 per vrar, We will send
the two papers to any address tor ?l.
c i r t'Cial f ? 1 r: . r
in W ,i I n- f In
to Kurpri. yi -u.
We h'l'.e l.i'i-'y added t'
Tidi-s' SS.iH- W i'. u-.d SUr!s of ih
ji.ittcrr. ;, a:: 1 r; che.'.p.
Motions and Movcllics,
Our NufKut d i.'ii Imeiif is full up with tin latest :
cities ia Fndtroideries, L iceo, Neckwe;n , etc. You
buy of ;i,4 the drcs.i and trintnuii'.;s to match.
We l r.vo recently replenished our ptcck of Clolhing,
and no'.v have tho prettie; t lino of gnit i' and buys' pnnts
ever sliovvn in.thi) country. Jfyitir ec tt vu I nr.
too hoavy, con-; and get oii th'.t ;-iils 1 h 0 seitstn, and
We hive nd Jed to our sundry notion depnilnient a
complete lino of Bicycle Fixtures, Tires, Pumps, Tubey,
Cements, Glues, etc. .
Coffins, Caskets, Etc.
Wo have st rived for the past twelve yens to keep in
stock everything to supply the wants of our fusfomers,
but tho last is wdiat wo wdl nertd last. We refer to our
large and complete line cf Collins and O.sluds, which
we hive in every style, finish and ipialily, .ul can furn-i.-h
any si.e. VTo keep constantly on hard a line of
Burial goods, Suits, Hosiery," Glove::, etc..', and wo will
sell thoso goods very reasonable.
Call and bjo us when you need anything, and we will
take pleasure- in accommodating you. ' .
Hardware, Furniture Etc.
Our line of Hardware is complete. We bought these
goods right, and defy competition in Cook Stoves, Heat
ers, etc. Wo also carry a largo line of Wagon material,
spokes, follows, tires, skeins to lit all wngons. .This lino
was selected with great care by T. P. Bates, one of tho
best smiths in this part of the country. We carry a full
line of road workers' tools, picks, shovels, spades, etc.
If you nre looking for Furniture, call 011 us. Oar lino
is complete and prices aro very low.
Wo carry a full stock of . Trunks, Valises, Telescopes,
Traveling Bags, etc.; and defy competition in this lino.
While wo have everything to sell you, we buy all kinds
' of produce. Wo make a specialty in farmers stock pea
. nuts aud pay tho highest market prices.
OUR MOTTO IS TO LEAD.
. -Yours for trade, .
COBLE BROS. & CO.,
SUGAR TREE, .TENN.
jJ "L. li, LW,? 'sl.t? J fss-.m v. r
I ; 'Mnl I
FOB MEDICAL USE OH UtVtHAUt j
IS UNEXCELLED......;...... ! ! Tl)f f
J. F. BEATO'N'v' agJJt Camden, Tenn.
For . GEO. A. D1CKEL & CO., Nas'iville, Tenn.
On the first Monday in July, next, at
the court-house door of Benton County
and town of Camden, Tennessee, 1 will
offer for public sale all the real estate tie
longing to delinquent tax payers for the
year lt'01, a description of which real es
tate can be seen upon the books in .my
office, and if paid sale is not completed on
the said first Monday in July the 'same
will continue from day to dav until com
pleted. U. W. E. UKUIUN,
Dress Haters' IriiiiuiS.
A O(M)l) Of'FKlt.
We will send the value of one dollar
and ton cents ($1.10) in booklet, contain
ing twentyseven )-n and ink photo-re-dnced
sketches of Washington by mail
for ten cent (cash or stamps). Queen
Victoria knighted Sir John Tennicl for
pimihir artistic wnrk in London. (Your
editor has sranp'e of this.)
M'.:tsih-:i.i, I'rcf.ESiuNo 0o.;"-c
I')")') Third Avenue, New Yf .
OL K job printiirj! facilities are tirsf-class, ami
our specialty n lthoi! work. Intimates hum,1
samples where posMlilei will be fiiiaish-d ou ;oi-
plti'ation. Address Tjik Cll UOS U l.K, CainUeli,
My soecial ordci
rake of 33 inch
Cxtra Klack i-t
Satin at $1.63 per yard, n.akes a most
beautiful Costume, Shirt Waist or Skirt.
Can be worn the year around and made
over to conform with i'.ic changing fash'on
if you desire and vet have a fine costume.
(It is a positive t-rt-nin.) If interested, i
will send you a famr-ie cn receipt ol a tv. c
cent stamp. Kstat.lishcd '23 years.
Tailors' Trimir.ss, Tail.irs' lmrlcrc its.
Manufacturer of Buttons.
JOHN I I) A VIES,
67 Smith Street, DrooLIill.
New York City.
llcutioa tliie !.' r'f r.
; - J l.v U 'U' J f U ii-ki J
COLD uY THE
" ct ini'i? pjiiv-'hy n
pre cood ever t'ziiv.-y ard
j Steamer lines in tiie So'J'li
' , :ast comprisiiifj more fh . n
rri'K t. Dinvrrr t.vt.maok, 1 i ,
sun, l.'KV. VKVNK IM-.WilT 'i'A I..M .V1K aid
ii'suciate ediJ'U s of t ii" ( 'hi i- i iali ) 1 -r.il 1. ii:
I.O..I-. ciiiliirs.'ii lv tin' 'I'.; 'iiic! : I tniiiv. I i!"i-
i:tiiuali's tui., pront t'.-r a-cii's v ie. ii.-t 'i'iio'iv. ' '
t.'Uci'i ls. i rue null!' a v a v..,
j.' 1 1 1 ii I'diiiih Sto'i t, ri....i'k i hia, l'a.
iielttiOlt this p.lp'-l'.
IVata S;25.0Q. Limit 'i'i.s '; .
year. On sale ut pfiii . ' ; '.il
V.'. L. CAT LLV ,
K i h