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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NLWS.
Clnincory ctiuit will i tn -i line
Haiti has fnllcn lure ncaily every
lny thin week.
CuKhier W. L. Morris is maUny
r.ew building improvements.
Clarence Scott, the pool ie..in,
raoved to Dickson yesterday.
Hon. J. M. Lnshlee H quite sick
nt hit. home in the tenth district.
Sheriff It. I). MeCord went to
Holladay Weilnesday on business.
Don't tniss neein the bi Nickel
Plate .Shows here next Wednesday.
Mrs. 1 Melton was very ill the
first of tho week, but she is some
Ex-Sheriff V. II. Hushing of Di
Bandy was in tho city it short while
Clarence Steele returned homo
Wednesday from a iAny of several
weeks at Nashville.
Mrs. Jane Byrn of Liu; Sandy
T:as the guest of her brother, D. J.
Mcllae, last Friday.
Itov. and Mrs. I. R. llubbs of
Manleyville aro spending a few
days here with relatives.
The old buildings on the Wyly
corner, which is tho property of II.
I Stigall, will be removed.
L. II. Treason, jr., who is teach
ing school near Big Sandy, visited
liomefolka the first of the week.
T. J. Lowry has returned from
market, where he has been buying
fall goods for T. J. Lowry fc Co
Miss Eliza Harrison of Decatur
County is the guest of Misses Mag
Melton and Joe Sullivan this week.
Deputy Clerk and Master J. 1.
Vickrey has been busy this week
taking depositions in the Ueasley
IIrII chancery case.
J. M. Stone and family, who are
moving from Waverly to Stewart,
have been spending a few days in
the city with his Bon-in-law, Clar
Take notice that on Thursday
after the first Monday in October,
r.KL being the '.Hh day of October,
the Ex-Confederate Association of
Benton County will hold their an
nual reunion at CowcII'h Chapel.
The members of Camp No. 1,011,
Cnitod Confederate Veterans, arc
invited to be present.
Extensive preparations will be
made by the citizens of Cowell's
Chapel community to entertain the
"Johnnie Kelts" that may be pres
ent on that occasion.
The .'ction of "ers for the
ensuing year will be mad-1.
Good speaker will be there to
entertain yon, and music will be
furnished by the Claudo Hudson
Co!icr i t Band.
Let everybody come out and en
joy a day of recreation.
By order of the commander,
.1. M. Castile.
J. G. Bomxs,
llriiM' nr K.-ml xia news of OLD SOLDIERS' ..-.UNION.
M i'm. T. C. Bye, Mi,,. N,.l Bye
and Mi.-is I'earl Arnold left yester
day to visit friends at Nashville.
The world's famous Nickel Elate
Shows which exhibit here October
1 will give a grand frno street pa
rade. Don't miss it..
Mrs. C. N. Travis, who has been
spending the summer here with
relatives and friends, will leavo to-
lay for Washington City.
A. N. Lindsey of Big Sandy
spending tho week here with rela
tives. Newt has about recovered
from a long and severe attack of
Mrs. Ella Loekhart of Stewart,
accompanied by her little son, has
een visiting her brother, Alex
Bell. Mrs. Loekhart it. the you ng
est sister of Mr. Bell.
Licenses to marry have been is
sued by County Court Clerk W. D.
Cooper to I. II. Melton and A. 1.
Thomas, W. L. Box and Lula Cain,
James Barker and Lavena Bridges.
Irving Smothers and Nora Kee.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
v. JjarKer, who reside aoout z 0 f16 firm of A. II. Gibson k Co.,
... . bO UU OI a'n. uien "M tobacco manufacturers.
Wednesday morning, lhe child
l. 1 K Ml 1 1 ...i 1 ?! .
uao ueen in oniy u suori wnuo. haki-.H' mikki i late mows
e extend condolence to the be-
i 1 I tttininv'j Ifttfn I niin,.!' limn 1 1H(V 1
reaved. ' " ' ' '
Tliripvor tiniinlnr TTnrrit' vil. cil
Marshal IL G. Flowers has been pifltfl hnus nrrivod v,.sf,.',.(L,v n,l
giving hi3 attention to street im- Lr(irtl.(i tntH ,m vv u,,,,,,,!
... . - , . . v , , V ... v.
provementa mis week, and several sint
teams nave oeeu employed Hauling The Ni'ckel Elate Sl.nrH need ,m
gravel. The streets leading to the ;ntrn,iiif.finn ,u,-.,o t nt
railway station and west of court nsfl1(,v hnvo hihiiA lr
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bnuuio vbouiu bmvf are ueiug pui bofore Hln iave always given im
111 UL'IUH COIlUlllUll. ,Q,1CQ oofic!Fo-.lirti
Ben Kempt, who is wanted on a The Harris peopie have added
charge of crap shooting has beeu many new and novel features this
placed in jail. Kempt hails from year, giving one of the best circus
Houston County, but has resided performances ever given under a
near Coxburg for sometime. He canvass here,
was indicted before tho grand jury The Nickel Plate Shows ara not
at the August term of circuit court, as pretentious as some, but its a
and has been dodging the officers deal more satisfactory to its pat
until last Ihtirsday Sheriff R. D. Irons giving them two hours of real
McCord captured him in the first amusement in one ring where
district. everyone can see and hear every
thing that takes place
They gave an afternoon perform
ance which entertained a good
crowd and will repeat it tonight.
Those desirous of seeing a good,
clean, moral and meritorious per
tormance should not miss this one,
G. 13. Holladay has moved his
family down from the second dis
trict and will reside in South Cam
den. Mr. Holladay is a. member
AU.IH V. POWI .1:5.
f it tr-fi
, IN YOUll l'OCKET every time to buy your dry goods of us.
Because our stock unew. No old goods to "hhnm" o'T that has
;j bee-it picked over for yenrn. They were bought Bight, and will
bo t old lu'-ht
As low as the lamest.
"W'o can't tell you all the good things we've got for you, but
here's n few:
.uti. out we are utile to
f'J .r,tl nu n's, r''!i:vil !
L'.OO nica'H, re hue! f..
l.,"0 oif n rct'iff.l tc).
IJoVrt' p.Ul'H, fi 'H'l 'J,
In all si.(;H.
CL!l!; t J $1.00.
l.L'.- it.pnV heavy hIioph at Jl.CK)
I .D men'H lieavy hhocsat.... 1 "5
..'(! incii's nice slioi-s at l.'J.'
1 .00 men's piiMii.elt'il calf tlioci', ;..r0
1.00 ladies' lidit flioes at 7"
.2") ladies' heavy shoes at ... . 1 .00
Our line of shoos is complete.
fi.OO Men's nuils, retliic-i in . ."..7")
7.T)0 ni''t)'rt Ml it., rei'nce.l In . . 5.00
10.00 men's Miits, ivdmvl to.. 7.50
A cuir.nl. to line of ( Ivl'TCm Us t'hi",i.
!;1 .''." ehililrcirH Miits, icilnccil to .S5
1 .50 children's Riits, re.hiced to 1 .00
-.50 d.il.licn's suits, rd;icc i to 1" 00
mm Ej6 ao ef lasliville, f odd
Y carry the celt hrated
brand of hosiery fur nic-n, ladies, boys
h ml cliilJrcn in wool and cotton.
Union suits, shirts, vests and pants
at prices so remarkably "t-heop."
fl."0 F. ii W. Ti'i!: kin felt sit 12 M
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1.50 " " " " ' i.oo
1.00 " " " " 75
75 " " " " " 50
Jlen's, Boys' and Children's Caps
at 10, 15, 25, .".5, 50 and. 75 cents.
You may ask why wo can sell at such a reduction. Its because
we went into the markets and bought our goods EIGHT, and
every penny we are ablo to save through close buying is at all
times shared with our customers. We cordially invite you to
make our store your headquarters whil in town.
( Your friends,
RAW! GC DRHin
iXJ VV lMMiJ Wk. iiUlUl
NEAV HATS FOB THI2 LADIES.
"Will be in our town October 3, 1902, and will remain until October 9, 1 nave Just received my new tall
1902, with headquarters at the Bell Hotel, where he will be prepared millinery, ana can snow you trie
to fit all kiiuls of eyes'with the proper ypectacles, no matter how weak, latest anu motit up-to-uate neaa
near sighted, far sighted, or any other sighted your eyes are, he can wea1' ever brought to Camden,
and will suit you. . It 13 my pleasure to announce
tnat i am prepared to attend to tne
demands for everything stylish in
millinery and ladies' novelties.
lhe ladies are most cordially in
vited to call on me at my home in
Mrs. S. J. Tea vis.
Strayed On September 19 from
my pasture in Camden, oue black
horse, wearing yoke when last seen.
the time and place, from October 3 to October 9, at the Bell Hotel, p'sletnrn?r any infoimation will
, m 'be rewank-u.
We, .the undersigned omcers and citixens ot Waverly, Humphreys On October 1 1902 I will make
county, ienn., navmg Known ur. uarnnKie, or rsastiviiie, lenn., lor nhotornnhs at half tho refill ar
several years, uo cneertuliy recommend inm to our menus ana ac- price. Thia eDecial price is "ood
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quaintances as an nonest anu nonoraoie upucian, one tuny competent for 0ae day only. Good work or
in ins line ot ousiness, and wortiiy ot your patronage. your money back. Don't forget
the day, W ednesday, October 1
Sirs. 13. F. Brown
J. II. Hall, ex-sheriff, Waverly, Tenn.
"W. W. S. Harris,
clerk and master, " "
A. II. Manley, minister, " "
Capt. T L. LanieY, attorney, "
G. II. Yarbrongh, merchant, "
T, F. Bowman, attorney, " "
J. F. Shannon, attorney, " "
J. V. Cowen. merchant,
M.O. Carnell, liveryman, "
J. II. McAdoo, contractor, "
John E. Tullen, cashier of bank,
W. P. Rogers, stock man, " "
R. C. Carnell, comity trustee, "
J. C. Landers, farmer,
Bold Spriiiirs, Tenn.
James T. Anderson, farmer,
J. D. riokett, farmer, Plant, Tenn
Miss Lizzie Bivens has opened a
millinery store on tho south side
of .court square, where she has on
display a new line of all the latest
U rt 6; F
Our mammoth fall and winter stock of goods is complete in every depart
ment, consisting of the
LARGEST, BEST AMD CHEAPEST STOCK OF SHOES
ever shown in tho county.
Our line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods is full up, and astonishingly chonp.
Our Dress (Hoods department comprises piece goods in
WORSTEDS, FLANNELS, HENRIETTAS, SERGES,
Waistings of all shades and colors, together with a fine lin' of R'.udy-Made
Skirts and Petticoats. The prices are within the reach of all.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
has 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 our competitors will sell it to you.
Our line of Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, comprising a complete line of
Ladies' Jackets, Capes, Knit Shawls, Facinators, Underwear, Ties.
Collars, Cuffs, Gloves, Umbrella3, Hats, Caps, Shirts,
Suspenders, Hosiery, Ribbons, Etc.,
has been selected with great pains, and we are offering some excellent bar
gains in this line. Our Ladies' Hats are new and up to date.
DO NT FAIL TO SEE THEM.
novp r ph in tiara mid tnmmiiifo
?M,3& "'' "J Plef ,1 to Have the Tal
mrs inn huu bt e iitjr mm ei prices.
C'ILI 6wP J Vw!.
FOR MEDICINAL USE OR BEVERAGE
IS UNEXCELLED J
BEATON, Camden, Tenn.
For GEO. A. DICKEL & CO., Nashville, Tenn.
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AD I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yea Have Aiwavs Eouzht
WAN'TKU-A liiistwoithy g.-nt Iciikhi or l:ulv
in each tnunly lu inaiuivi lnisi n.-s- i..r ;in ol.l i's-talilislii-cl
!inii-f nl sold liiKMicial tt ;ii1 1 tilt . A
st fit 111 . ! .i i i lull' w ei'U l.i i - ul !-.: 1. 1 p.. jc by
clii'cK -;n!i cu:ii'Mi:iy Willi ;tl CT.iiriis.-s (liit-cl
ti (im li.;i(iii:irii-i'. ? . un'y mlviii'.ivil lor c s en
m;m Muiiai-i , ;,4ti Ca.vttiu'U.aliiii, Clil.;.;-;",
We carry everything in Hardware. Tie Makers' Tools a speia'ty. We
will sell you a Powell Peerless F. road ax for Lieyde r pairs.
Our Grocery Department is full. Have you seen our IS and 2d pound Su
gars for if 1.00?
"We deal in all kinds of Produce and P.arter, of which we make a specialty
of farmers Block Peanuts, paying the highest market prices.
DON'T YOU NEED A COOK STOVE?
It will pay you to p.e us for prices.
IT IS A QUESTION
in the n.indsof a grnt many people how wo sell goods so cheap. We can
only answer in this way :
We watch the markets, buy at the right thn, buy in Urg? quantities, we
get the lowest prices, and we discount all our bids. We buy right, we sell
right, and we please our customers.
Come to see us, and price our goods. W e are yours for tra b.
SUGAR TREE, TENN