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Claude Hudson fi
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We Have This Season Opened for Youit Careful Inspection one of tiiei-Most CoMrLETZLiNE.s or1
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods
we lrnve ever bad. Having searched all the best markets for all the Rood things of the latest predominating styles and the very latest "agonies" we are prepared to please
you all from the most fastidious dresser down. . All the goods we will show you are braud new from, the. factories within. the last 30-days nud not of. left ovvrtuarlted down
' refuse of former seasons,
OUR SUCCESS IS YOUR' GAIN
And all depends upon tho just and honorable treatment of those who compliment us with their patronage. Our salesmen are courteous and polite Camden ealosaien, who
will appreciate- your patronage as much as myse-lf. "We invite. youall,. come, and- examine what we have, even if you do not make a purchase. "Wo will appreciate It.
Respectfully, your friend, .
CLAUDE HUDSON, Manager.
A COUNTV MEW8PAVEK.
Poblxshrd Weekly at Camden, Tenn.
ENTEREDAT CAMDEN AS SECOND-CLASSMAtL MATTER
BUSINESS A N.N.O USCBMENIii
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Should be sent to TKAV1S KHOS.,
Telephone '9. Camden. Tenn .
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1902
Bettie, the 15 year old daughter
oiMr. and Mrs. Dock Benton, died
at the home of her parents near
Claud.aa. Thursday, September 11.
Bttieiwas a tlevoted daughter, and
she .wauj, loved by all her school
mates and. those with whom she
associated. She was taken to her
bed two or three weeks ago with
typhoid fever.. She patiently en
deavored to overcome the disease,
but it was too late, and at 3.15 p
mi last Thursday death, drew like
a dark curtain between her and all
her earthy desires and ambition.
The bereaved parents have the
sympathy of the entire community
CLAUir September lC.v.
FROM LICK CREEK.;
Tei-tilAP covvasminileitee T-
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A singiug school i to- be tamght
Farmers are. busy- saving fodder
and bay, gathering cotton and sow
The second blessing alliance peo
pip are holding a meeting at Mount
Union this week.
Both Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Perkins
are engaged in teaching school.
Mr. Ferkins is teaching at Mount
Union and his wife at Lick Creek
The Crooked Creek meeting wa3
held by Itev. J. C. Ross, Rev. Mr.
Watts not being able to attend. It
was a glorious revival, large crowds
and cood attention.
The, annnal conference of the
Congregational .Methodist Church
which will be held at Mount Car
tel October 2 promises to be an
LlCK Cheek, September 10.
A Generation Ago
rnffV rnuld onlv be
y - . .
bought in bulk. Ihe
20th century way 'is .the rflfcj
a H pk p,i : T o f1 F" f?9 T,a
way scaled 1 pckt.
a&csr, always clean, :
fresh and retaining;.'
its rich flavors.
While hunting cattle Monday in
the Tennessee River hills near this
place E. G. Hall made a discovery
which seems to lead to some deep
Mr. Hall found a. hole in the
ground which-, had been securely
walled up with rock and brick, and
it bore evidences of having been
recently opened On a near-by
tree an inscription was discovered
which stated that $30,000 had been
taken from the vault. There was
no signature to the notice, which
further stated that the money was
placed there in 1833 -ami removed
September 6, 1902. A shovel and
pick was also found near. the hoi 8
Several parties -ha.v visited the
place, and they AVonch'-f 6v- all-that
Mr. Hall has told.
It seems to be the suppositron-of
some of our older citizens that the
vault or hole was made back in the
30s by the owner of a private still
who ruled and reigned in tht lo
cality at that time.
Faxon, .September 12.
The Benton County Teachers' Associa
tion will be held at Pleasant Hill Septem
ber 20 '.X)2.:
Devotional service?, by lle.v. Joseph
Allen. Welcome- address, by J. B. An
derson. Ilepponse, by Arch lldllinj's-
How teach geography to obtain rood
results t by Joseph Fitzsimmons and Fan
Should pupils in firfet grade'use advanc
ed speller? by Valera Gibson and Josie
How tench primary grammar? bv Joe
Odle, Viola Anderson,' Lilian Jones.
In whaL.way can a school diructoi help
the teacher o raise th6tandard of edu
cation in the comwiuuity .in which he is
teaching? by G;H.;Cowoll and James
What should be the. qualification rwjwji
site for a school director? by D. J. 'Allen.
The teacher, as the world views him,
by A. M. Smith.
The teacher's' moral obligation, by C.
II. Kennon, B. Da Johnson.
Should fiction bo-taught in the public
schools? by Lem Thompson, Nolie Wil
son, James Lockhart.
Should irreligious teachers open school
witlf prayer? by L. II. Presson, Elbert
Florence, C. V. Kee, John Mclllwain.
Chairman Committee on Program,
AVANTICD A trustworthy pentlcman or lady
iiif.irh county to manage luisiiicss for an old es-
tahlished house ol soliil lliiancial standing. A
sti aiL'ht. bona tldt weekly salary of $18.00 iwid bv
check each Wednesday with all expenses direct
from headquarters. JSloney advanced forexpen
ses. Manager, 340 ("axtun lSuilding, ChiuaRo.
. We will give the Weekly Mem
phis -Commercial Appeal free to
every yearly subscription to The
CnnoNiGLE.K Both; for. only $1.00;
This offer is good mly thirty days.
Mrs. S. J. Travis wants the ladies
to know that she has a supply of
hats and millinery, which can be
seen at her residence.
Bring or sead us your news of
general interest, and we will pub
lish it with pleasure.
I.IFK r T. HEWITT TALMAOK, l.y his
son, KKV. KHAN K 1th: WITT TA I..M AG K ami
associate editors of the Chi islian Herald. Only
hook endorsed ly the Talmatrc family, Knor
iiioiis protlt for agents u ho act ipiicklv. omlit
tencfiits. Write iinoieiiiati'lv CI.AKK Si CO.,
South Fourth Street, l'hiladclplna, l"a
l-'cutiuii lias pa pvi . , .
$5,000 IN CASH'
Td; Readers of the . Nashville
The Niisliville lianner, Tennise's I?ad;ntt4
ilaiiy, will uisinoiitc aiuouf; it winters s.i.oott oi
IMariuiits in a I'ront-MiaruiK ontesl on esti
mates to be made on the total vote lor Governor
of Tennessee in November next.
Those who remit M cents for a month's sub
sctiption to the Itaily will le entitled to onecstt
mate on the total vote cast for (rovrrnor. Those
.who remit ?l.W) for two months' subscription to
two estimates, eic.
Those w ho remit ."0 cents for six months' sub
HCiintioii to the Weekly ilanuer will he entitled
to one estimate. Those w ho shall remit $1 .00
for a year will be entitled to two estimates.
The Capital Prize Is $l,ooo rrth a possibility of
?'o, with 340 other prizes, ranging front S'.'.oo
to "i00 each, in addition. .
Full particulars are published in the Daily and
Weekly lianner, which may b obtained from
agents In your vicinity, from rural route carriers
or uiioii application to this oince bv mail.
Agents wanted, on terms which will enable
them to realize a handsome sum for three months
work 111 this held. Address
HANNKIt l'UULISHlXG CO.,
l!o4t3. Nashville, Tenn
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( :vViipn pi! m
Tke Kind You Have Always l$ouli.t lias borne the hina
ture of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervisiou for over JIO years. Allow no ono
tf deceive you in this. Counterieits, Imitations and
-.Just-as-jrood' aro hut Experiments, and ..?mlaiirer thoo
healtb of Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA,
Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
gpric, Drops and Soothing Syrups'. It is Pleasant., Jt
contains neither Opium, Morphine itor other Karotic
suhstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "V.rms--and
allays Feverishness. It wires Diarrhoea nd ."Wind .
Oolic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation)
raid Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates thct .
Stomach and IJowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tlio.Children's Panacea Tho M.other's Friend.
He Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
THE CENTftUW COMPANY, TT MURRf.Y BTfttrT, NCW YORK CITY.
iinibrti Vim' i liiwri in i in i irtiti-r- -ii -r - - ---'- . -- - J. i
KRi.MDtClNAL. USE OR BEVERAGE
J. F. BEATON, ri?; Camden,. Tenn.:
For GEO. A. DICKEL & CO., Nashville, Tenn.
My special ordei
make of 30 inch
Extra Black Silk
Satin at $1.68 per yard, makes a most
beautiful Costume, Shirt Waist or Skirt.
Can be worn the year around and made
over to conform with the changing fashion
if you desire and yet have a fine costume,
(It is a positive bargain.) If interested,
will send you a sample on receipt of a two
cent stamp. Established 29 years.
Tailors' Trlmmlosr. Tailors' Implements.
Manulucturer of button.
JOHN F. DAVIES,
67 Smith Street, Brooklyn.
New York C!ty.
Jluutiou this rar-'l-
By virtue of the power anil authority iu me
vestml by ti ik-ed of trust executed Stpt-emner3i,
V.m, by (i. A. MelClrath ;uul. recorded in book
No. (!( pat:e of the. Register's ofliee of Hen
ton County, Tennessee;. to secure seventy-live
dollars with Interest uv;ible to J. F. r.eaton,
tlie. date and amount ot Indebtedness is ven 111
the said deel of trust, 1 will on
Saturday, the 4th Day of October,
between the hours of 1J mid '1 o'eloclt p. 111. soil
'at public sale in the hiivheat bidder for easli at
the east door of the court house in the town of
Camden, Tennessee, the following described
tract of laud, to-wit: In the town of Camden
and bounded on the north by the laud of Yar
biout;li, on the south by M Klyen and .lolinson,
011 the east by (inodwin and on t!ie west by Mc
lauiel and I.ashlee, coiaaiuinc 'J'i acres, be the
same more or less.
This heptember X, 1W.
j.vil W. F. M.VIDKX, Trustee.
OUK job printiii!: facilities are (li st class, and
our specialty is yood work. I-M '.mates (and
samples w llel e possihle) ill be furnished on a
plication. Address J iik C 11 uw.Mi i.k, (. auuleii,
SHERIFF'S SALE QF LAND.- ,
H. H. Pierce, Administrator, vs. S. A. ..
and T. D. Clement.
Hy virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands
issued by L. li. VVaison, clerk of the circuit '
court of Kenton County, Tennessee, I will on
Monday, tho 6t!i Day of October,.
expose to publie sale to the highest bidder, 1,1
cash, at the court house cbior in Camden, Ten
nessee, S. A. ClenintN one forth undivided in
terest in the following desci ilwd tract of land: "
I. yinj; and buinir m the ninth civil district of '
Kenton 'ounty, Tennessee, and bounded on the
north by Cheatham, south by Kye and Childress,
east by Pierce and west by Cooper, containing
sun acres; known as the Whirley land. .Said
hind was condemned and ordered to be sold bT
the circuit court of Kenton County, Tennessee, '
at the August term, im, to satisfy a Judgiiien'
in favor of 11. II. Itercc and against S. A. hk
T. 1). Clement for the sum of .ra.TU aii'bcost.
1 his September s, pm-j. A
K. 1). McCOlin, M.eii.T. r"
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MA(5!vntATK-S WillliAMS. Kxecntiotis,
and Stale Wat rain n tor -al-at "i i! k 'if ttiiN-'
Ii i.Ki'li,tc, Ulhc' Icunks prn.ted : or.ler. . ;