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John., where are we goincj to buy
our fall and winter dry goodn -this
"Well, jMaiy I've been looking
wound aud pricing good, nnd I've
folly made up my mind that we can
ct tho best bargains at Naif eh
Yuu arc right, John; I've been
to tho Now Yor'u Store before, and
Ii have-always- received the beet
treatment and the best bargains.
I. was satisfied that you would
agree with rue, Mary, and just to
convince ma that they are offering
Bomo splendid bargains, here arc a
fdw prices'they gave me: .
Era; Dress. Gusto:-
Calicos-dark fashionable colors,
price 5nd C cents, reduced to
4!AND 5 CENTS.
"Worsteds All shades, 12 and
ISTcent values reduced to
. Theydmve a big line of goods,
and -their prices are 10 per cent
less than any other house in towi.
Hew- foil Blotiiing..
$5i50 teen's suits reduced to 83.75
TcoQ-taeu's suits reduced to 5.00
10.00 men's suits reduced to 7.50
I find 'the same reduction has
been made all through their cloth
ing department. .
They- have a fine assortment of
shoes, Maryland the prices-are so
I6w I was simply-astonished;. For
instaace,.I can buy- your' Sunday
shoes and' mine at $1,00, $1.15 and
$1.25"' per pair. This is the place
f6r us to get our shoes, Mary.
Ladies Cloaks, Jackets,
Skirts,. and' Shirt Waists Well,
ihey've-gofc'emyall kinds and prices
.nd they'll soon be needed, too.
Mary, you can get a line cape for
only 95 cents!!
Guti' FirolsMii. (look
I can get every thing I need in
the way of shirts, suspenders, sox,
collars, cuffs, ties, and, think of it,
Mary, I can get ten handkerchiefs
for only 25 cents!
Oar new fall and winter goods
we here, and we invite you to come
r.nd see -them,. examine them and
ret our prices, uud we are satisfiec
that if you need anything it will be
-;oar own fault if you don't buy it
Yours for business,.
ERS0NAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
Joe Mt Hon of Wiy was in the
Dr. W, V.. McGill was nt Nash
ill one day. this week.
W. (J. Mclllwain of.MclIhvain
hi in the city Monday.
Con Lushlee of Glydetoir visited
relatives hero this week.
Tho band has returned from the
ncanipment at Jackson.
W. F. Harrison of Holladay was
at II untiiiL'don Tuesday.
Yachel Hushing of 15ig Sandy
was in the city Saturday.
1). G. Hudson returned Tuesday
roin a trip to Nashville.
J. V. Saunders of Nashville was
down a fow days this week.
L. E. Goodwin was called to Bir
Sandy Saturday on business.
County Clerk W. D. Cooper re
turned from Jackson Saturday.
The Camden and Ilustburg ball
-earns will play at Johusouville to-
Dr. E. M. McAuley has gone to
Big Sandy on professional busi
ness. Miss Oh McDaniel is spending
he week with friends near Man-
H. C. Utley, representing the
Nashville American, is down for a
Capt. Leon Caraway of Big San
dy went with the band to Jackson
Claude Hudson is having repairs
and improvements mado at his res
Miss Hallie Whitfield is spend
ing the week with relatives near
Miss Annie Wilson of Hunting
don was over this week-to secure a
class in music.
lioy Melton haR dismissed his
school at Claud for a few weeks
and returned home.
Mrs. E. G. Flowers and the twins
left Sunday to visit relatives and
friends in Henry County.
T. J. Throgmorton and Charles
Atkins are engaged in cutting axe
handles near Chalk-Level.
N. W. Wilson has dismissed 'his
school near Holladay for several
weeks and. returned home.
County Clerk W. D. Cooper has
issued a license to marry to J. H.
Hicks and Mrs. Maggie Ballard.
Alvin S. McGill is mow traveling
for C. T. Cheek & Co., the well
known grocery firm of Nashville.
I!ev. and Mrs. J. W. Waters and
little son were guests of Iiev. and
Mrs. J. M. Pic' ens the first of the
Mr; and Mrs. G Iv. Gate wood of
Dicksonare visiting the hitter's par
ents, Hon. and Mrs. A. P. Lashlee,
in the tenth district.
Master Petb Bowles of Big San
dy, who has-been quite sick at the
home of his uncle, AV. L. Morris,
was taken home Monday.
Rev. W. I. Traywick, who held a
very successful revival at Pleasant
Valley last week, passed through
here Friday returning to his home
at McKenzie. The meeting closed
Thursday night, and resulted in a
number of professions.
Ilev. Yates Moore left for Nash
ville Wednesday morning to enter
Vanderbilt University. The pas-
torial work of the Camden circuit
will be in charge of Rev. G. B
Greer until the meeting of annual
conference. Rev. J. M. Pickens
took charge of tho protracted meet
Tho remains of tho little mm of
Mr. and Mrs. Churle If. Webb rf
Ilustburg. were brought here and
interred at Camden Cemetery on
last, Tuesday. Tho family attend
ed the burial.
Tho Bethlehem and Poatoak bnso
ball teams met at Maiden Park last
Saturday afternoon, and the game
went oil nicely and pleasantly, tho
score being 'JO to 11 in favor of the
Our young friend, Carlos Finley,
who went out to Texas last spring,
has contributed to our collection
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ih lepiuebii peuimeHoi mo lexas f
honied toad, which wo appreciate I
very much. The toad is on ex
hibition at this office and can bo f
seen at any time.
W. T. IlambMt of Lexington has l
bought tho II. H. Anderson saloon
and will soon receivo a car load of
fine whiskies, brandies, wines, etc.
He expects to do a wholesale and
retail business, and having had
about thirty years experience he is
able to meet all competition.
Quite a number ftom here went
to Manley's Chapel over iu Henry
County last Sunday. The party
included Mr; and Mrs. W. E. Mc
Cullough.Mrs. D. B. Thomas, Mrs.
Bettie Cunningham, Misses-Lizzie
Lizzie Bivena and Messrs. Elihu
Hudson, W. D. Cooper, John Nai
feh, J. J. Weatherly and son,.Gus,
and S. M. Naifeh,
Marshal E. G. Flowers and chil
dren were called to Ramble Creek
Tuesday by the death of thelatter's
uncle, Sol Barnes. Mr. Barnes was
found dead near a field where he
had been at work. There was no
one with him-at the time, aud when
the body was discovered it was
found that his neck had been dis
located. The general supposition
seems to be that he fell from a tree
in such a mauuer that it caused iu-
Mrs; Frauois Cook was carried
to the asylum at Bolivar the first
of the week by Sheriff R. D. Me
om mm o , xj. urociier. llns is
the third time that the unfortunate
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woman has been sent to Bolivar in
the past few years, and it has not
been a great while since she was
senthomefromthe asylum as cured
But during the illness and death of
her husband, Joe Cook,.lasfr week
there was a return of the old symp
toms of a diseased mind, and it be
came necessary to take her to the
For Sale A good view camera
fix7. Will trada for a food watch
Call on or address me at Camden
Tenn. En Bkown.
If you receive a copy of Tin
CnnoNiCLE and are not a subscril
er, then this in an- invitation for
you to become a regular reader.
The CjihonicUv wants an active
correspondent in every locality in
Benton County. Write to us for
circular letter of instructions, etc
Miss Lizzie Bivens has opened
millinery store on the south sid
of court square, where she has on
display a new line of all the lates
novelties m hats and trimmings
and will bo pleased to have the la
dies call and see her and get prices.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kind Yea m Always BcsgM
AI.I.1E V. IiOWLES.
IN YOUR POCKET every time to buy your dry goods of us.
Beeauso our stock is nw. No old j..,nod.s to "hhain" ofT that has
been picked over for years. They were bought Rirht. and will
j be sold Right An I .ow as
We can't till you all the good things we've got for you, but
horn's a few:
In t!iin tlt-ai ttiitM.t v o an? able to
furnish yon foimo
f l.LV) men's heavy t-lioes at $1.00
l.oO men's heavy ehooaut.... 12")
1.50 moil's nice fhoea at 1.2o
4.00nion's(ianH'led t-alf shoes, ;5.f0
1.00 hulios' liht slioea nt
1.25 lathes' hravy hoe at . ..
Our line of shoes is complete
AVe earry the eelel.ratoil
hraml of hosiery for men, ladies, hoys
ami children in wool and cottou.
Union Buits, shirts, vests and pants
at prices so remarkahly "sheep."
You niAy ask why we can sell at such a reduction. Its because
we went iuto tho markets and bought our goods RIGHT, and
erery penny we are able to save through close buying is at all
times shared with our customers. We cordially invito you to
make our 6tore your headquarters whil in town.
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Our mammoth fall and winter stock of goods is complete in every depart
ment, consisting of the
LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK CF SHOES
ever shown in the county.
Our line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods is full up, and astonishingly cheap.
Our Dress Goods department comprises piece goods in
WORSTEDS, FLANNELS, HENRIETTAS, SERGES,
Waistings of all shades and colors, together with a fine lino of Ready-Made
Skirts and Tetticoats. The prices are within the reach of all.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
lias twice the amount ever carried by any one in the county. We have all
the latest styles and patterns, and we will sell you a Suit or Overcoat for at
least 25 percent cheaper than onr competitors will sell it to you.
'Jur line of Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, comprising a complete line of
Ladies' Jackets, Capes, Knit Shawls, Facinators, Underwear, Ties.
Collars, Cuffs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Hats, Caps, Shirts,
Suspenders, Hosiery, Ribbons, Etc.,
has been selected with preat pains, and we are offering some excellent bar
guns in this line. Oir Ladies' Hats are new and up to date.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM.
We carry everything in Hardware.
will sell yon a Powell Peerless Brondax for $2.25. Picycle repairs.
Our (Irocety Department is full. Have you se:i our IS and 20 pound Su
gars for $1.00?
We deal in all kin-Li of Produce and P.arter, of which we make a sp.i-ialtv
oi farmers Stock Peanuts, paving the highest market prices. ,
DO NT YOU NEED A COOK STOVE?
It will pay you to see ns for prices.
IT IS A QUESTION
in the minds of a great many people how we sell goods so cheap. We can
only answer in this way :
We watch the markets, buy at the light time, buy in larg -iaan(:ti, we
gft the lowest prices, and we discount all onr bills. '. br-y light, we sell
right, and we please our customers.
Come to see us, and price our goods. We are yours for trade.
COBLE BROS. &
SUGAR TREE, TENN....
W. P. kT.DICK.
$2 r0 inon'M, reilnc-! to if 1.7.1
2 00 men's, re luc e t ) 1
l..'i0 tm-n'p, rmlni i.I to 1 .(H)
l.(H) men's, reilm-ed to 7.")
boys jiaul.s, fn.m 2") cenM to 1 1 00.
In aU n'w.i'H.
$,".00 Men's suits, reihiced to.
7.0 men's f.uits, reilnced to.
10. (X) men's suits, reihn-t-d to
A complete line. (,f ( )vtrcoa!s (.'heap.
tl.2")cli;i.lron's Miils, reduced to $ .S")
l..r)0 children's suits, reduced to 1.00
2.50 children's sniis, rdn ed to 2.U0
V2 .r0 F. & W. Mink skin ft )t nt $2.00 jfl
2 00 " ' 1.50
1.50 " " " " " 1.00
75 " 50
50 " " 25
Men's, Boys' and Children's Caps
at 10, 15, 25, ;!5, 50 and 75 cents.
Tie Makers' Tools a spcialty.