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VOL. -XV. NO. 14.
CAM 1) I LN . TF.N N I'SS 1 ; K.
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I'LHSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
Quarterly court will meet h'T"
(1. J. I. Wood of IiY.nlipgdni. was
in t!m ri'y thi wt't ',. 1
Ti. II. A aton anl Jarnen .Mur
ray w-ro at Hnlladny Friday.
Capt. Loon Caraway of Pig San
ly lias been i.p Kevoral dayn ihh
J. A. Allen who is teaching near
Big Sandy wius up p, few, days this
L. LI. 1'roFson, jr., will loach at
Parccu;;, where ho has svcured a
IUv. J. II.' Clark of Osngo will
preach at Missionary Grove next
T. 15. Totty of Nashville Bnent a
few days hero with relatives and
friends this week.
The Rchool attended tho speak
ing at the court house yesterday
afternoon in a body.
Eula Hudson and family, who
are spending a few weeks at Cox
burg, were down Sunday.
II. A. Caraway of Dig Sandy at
tended the meeting of the county
linance committee this week.
John Hatley, jr., of Coxburgand
Marvin IMsIht of Sugar Tree have
entered sehool at Benton Semiuary.
Misses Sophia and Clara Ilolla
day and Kate Tucker of llolladay
are spending a few days hero with
Dr. R. 13. Travis left yesterday
for Washington City to ppend a
fe-w weeks with his son, Charles
Chancery court adjourned this
morning. We are a little late in
going to press this week, and for
this reason will not give the pro
ceedings of court until next week.
f fog Famous
Will be in our town October 3, 1902,
1902, with headquarters at the Bell Hotel, where he will be prepared
to fit all kinds of eyes with the proper Spectacles, no matter how weak,
near sighted, far sighted, or any other sighted your eyes are, he can
,and will suit you.
He is the inventor of D. Garfinkle's Eye Remedy with which he
lias cured hundreds of cases of Sore
Ho offers a dollar bottle of his
charge in order to introduce it to
Buffer with any of the above diseases
your eyes scientifically, and will tell
what will cure them. . x
the time and place, from October
We, the undersigned officers and citizens of Waverly, Humphreys
County, Tenn.,, having known Dr. Garfinkle, of Nashville, Tenn., for
several years, do cheerfully recommend him to our mends aud ac
quaintances as an Lonest and honorable Optician, one fully competent
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iA JliB line or uusir.ess, anu wormy
J. II. Hall, ex-sheriff, Waverly, Tenn.
W. W. 8. Harris,
clerk aud master, " "
A. II. Manley, minister, " "
Capt. T. L. Lanier, attorney, "
G.H.Y' ' -nigh, merchant, "
T. F. ?.i, ,.An. attorney, " " -
J. F. Shannon, attorney, " ' "
J. P. Cowen. merchant, " "
M. G. Carnell, liveryman, " " ,
J. II. HcAdoo, contractor, " "
tls 4teia lutaJ?
FOR MEDICINAL USE OR BEVERAGE
J. F. BEATON, S Camden, Tenn.
lor GEO. A. DICKEL & CO,, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. W. S. Wi-ntherly and child
of Hardin, Ky., are Iwp.' on a vi'-it
to h r p-irents, Capt. and Mro. W.
Vj. II. Thompson ru:d family re
turned to Nashville n edne&Ky.
Ti.. y have be-on down o:i a visit of
two or three .weeks y.-ith relatives.
Chit Smith, who is charged with
shooting cra'3, was arrested in tho
seventh dist.net by Sheriff It. D.
McCord a few days ago and placed
The friends, of Mrs. . L. Peeler
will rogrot to barn that she is con
fined .to her room as the result of
injuries received in a fall several
Our Liberty correspondent re
ports tho marriage of N. J. Cult
aud Miss Ida Florence. We join
in extending congratulations and
Ilolden and Finis Rushing are
hereon a visit to friends and rela
tives. Tho boys went West a few
years ago, and are now successful
physicians in Texas.
Rev. J. M. Pickens will begin
his protracted meeting with the
regular services at tho Methodist
Church next Sunday. Everybody
U invited to attend tho meeting.
A. D. Woods of Coxbnrg was in
the city Monday. It is his inten
tion, ho informed us, to leave in a
short time for Oklahoma where
he will locate. Mr. Woods is one
of our best citizens, and we regret
that he will not continue to make
old -Denton his home.
Dr. D. Garfinkle, the eye man
of Nashville, is at the Bell Hotel
for a few days. Dr. Garfinkle is
an expert at his profession, and if
you want to have your eyes prop
erly fitted with glasses at a moder
ate cost lie guarantees satisfaction.
He also treats sore eye3. Compli
cated cases a specialty.
aud will remain until October .9,
Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids,
remedy to every sufferer FREE of
the people ot our county, so if you
call on him aud he will examine
you all about their troubles, and
3 to October 9, at tho Boll Hotel,
oi your jmiruunge.
John E. Pullen, cashier of bank,
W. P. Rogers, stock man, " "
H. C. Carnell, county trustee, "
J. C. Landers, farmer,
I'.old prinjjn, Tenn.
James T, Anderson, farmor,
J. D. Pickett, farmer, Plant, Tenn.
W. C. Jones,, atock man, Buffalo, Tenn
J. M. Moody, county jude, Choice, Tenn
A lii r i In! i L L
m p of mm, fear.
W. T. (Dayton of Chalk Lev. 1
l':ft a curiosity with us this week
in the way of a corn btalk. It inn
twin or double stalk, the hraneht s-nqm-'iti!!
about half way of the
stalk. Oik of tho branches had a
email ear of corn.
County Clerk W. 1). Cooper lias
irsuM licen'H to marry to 15. 15.
Lewis aud L. M. llp.tley, Nolio J.
(uir and Ida Florence, Eugene '.
Travis and Pearl Slcltne, Archi
bald Spen-e and Lula Walke r, J.
E. Abbott and N. C. Smothers.
Thousands enjoyed tho circim
hero AVediiesday, and it wag tho
general opinion that it v.-a 3 th
bo;,t show evrr bccii in Camden.
The Nickel Plate is not as lare an
some shows, but all thero is of it
in good, and thero m a deal to b3
et'cn. It was clean aud up to dato
in every particular, and the Harris
peoplo are nice ueu. TheNickol
Plato has certainly earned its rep
utation, aud a return dato at any
time will insure them a ijrood at
Piouto No. 3 of tho free rural
mail delivery .r.ystem v. 'Mit into ef-
ct Wednesday. II. VT. McCJill is
currier. Ihe route k :ives Camden
on the Iluutinirdon Road to tho
Townes Poad at K. Cole'a, 8 J miles ;
tnen south, poutheast and bouth-
west on Tovue3 lload to Hollow
Pvock Ptoad to Mrs. lioswell'e, 2
miles; then southeast on Hollow
Itock Ptoad to Lexington Load at
John lligdou's, 2 miles; then
northeast and northwest ou Lex
ington lload to Huntingdon Iload
at V. C. Thompson's, 9 miles;
then to Camden, 2 miles, making a
total of 2H miles. The route has
an area of 33 square miles, with a
population of 089. Applications
have been made for several more
routes in the county.
A surprise marriago took place
here last Sunday morning when
Eugene Travis of Memphis and
Miss Pearl McRae were married
at the Methodist Church. Only a
few friends knew of the presence
cr the bridegroom in the city and
fewer knew of the intentions of the
young people. The marriage took
place just after the congregation
at the Methodist Church had sung
the opening song at Sunday school.
lhe service wTas said by Rev. J. M.
Pickens, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Travis went to the Melton Hotel
and took the first train for Mem
phis,' wrhere they will reside. The
Memphis Commercial Appoal has
a writo up of the marriage and says
"It was a runaway affair, tho details
of which were deftly carried out in
a very unusual manner. The wed
ding day was set for November, but
owing to opposition on both sides
the young people decided to pre
cipitate the affair. Mrs. Travis
is a very charming woman, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1). J. Mc
Rae of Camden. Mr. McRae is the
postmaster at that place. Mr. Trav
is is the sou of Dr. and Mrs. R. B.
Travis of Camden, and is a young
man of tine intellect and great abil
ity. He has been connected with
the press of Jackson, Nashville and
other points in Tennessee, and is
now one of the most valued men on
the staff of the Commercial Appeal."
NEW HATS FOB THE LADIES.
I have just received my new fall
milliuery, and can show you the
latest and most up-to-date head
wear ever brought to Camden.
It is my pleasure to announce
that I am prepared to attend to the
demands for everything stylish in
millinery and ladies' novelties.
The ladies are most cordially in
vited to call on me at my home in
Mrs. S. J. Tiuvis.
CAS 5 OK I A
For Infaat3 and Children.
JU Kind Yen Kva Always i2h!
Stature of z&&4iiIz:
W'A Ml ' 1 ) - A tnwlw,
Ly p-iitleman or li.-ly i
in cmcIi cimntv to man:.!;" ft.siii-- for ;m old
t;il,K!inl Iiou.-e of sol'l ti 1 1 :i 1 1 t. 1 sr a ml : 1 1 l: . A
straiulit . I'oiki In; i' week I ,il,iry t( H-.ii":iit by
rlcrl, fi'i'li ' Hfii',.1 v illi ;i!l r. pt'ilscs i.ili'''t
from ln':uliii;irt-i . .M'k-v ;,h :uici-il for c -;(; u
cs. .Maiid.t-i , ul Cixluu LiUidiii--. tliiiav).
At.l.lli V. i:AVI.':?
IN YOUR POCKET every time
Recause our stock is new. No old good. 1o sham" off flint has
beeii picked over for yearn. Thoy v.-ero b;.-.t;ht Right, and will
bo bold Right As Low as the Ixiwest.
Wa can't tell you all iht, good things wo'vo got for you, but
hfro's u few:
In this .department we tre able to
furniish yon ticino
$1.25 inei-.'s Imavy bhacs ?.t $1.00
1.50 men's heavy thoeoat.... l.'Si
1.50 men'a uico tsboes at l.Ti
4 00 men'H enameled calf nhoes, 3.5i I
1.00 ladies' lilit shoos at.... 75
1.25 ladies' heavy shoes at. . . . 1.00
Our line of shoes is complete.
We carry tl"? eleh; aie l
brand of hosiery for men, ladles, boys
and children in wool and cotton.
Union suits, shirts, vests and pants
at prices no remarkably "sheep."
You may ask why we can sell at such a reduction. It3 because
we went into the markets and bought our goods RIGHT, and
every penny wo are able to save through close buying is at all
times shared with our customers. We cordiaHy iavita you to
make our store your headepuarters whila in town.
Our mammoth fall and vinter stock of goods is complete-in every depart
ment, consisting of the
LARGEST, EEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF SHOES
.ever shown in tho county.
Our line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods is fell up, and astonishingly cheap.
Cur Dress Goods department comprises piece goods in
WORSTEDS, FLANNELS, HENRIETTAS, SERGES,
Waistings of all shades and colors, together vilh a foe lir.o oi P.eady-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 wo will sell yoa a Suit or Overcoat for at
least 25 percent cheaper than our competitors will soil it to you.
Uur line of Ladies' and Gent's Furnishingg, 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 great pains, and we are offering some excellent bar- :
giine in this line. Our Ladies' Hats are new and up to date.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM.
VTe carry everything in Hardware. Tie Makers' Tools a Bpcialty. We
will sell you a Fowoll Peerless Broadax for $2.25. Bicycle repairs.
Our Grocery Department ia iu.ll. Have you seen our IS and 20 pound Su
gars for $1.00?
We deal in all kinds of Produce and Barter, of which we make a specialty
of farmers Stock Peanuts, paying the highest market pricea.
DON'T YOU NEED A COOK STOVE?
It will pay you to see us for prices.
IT IS A QUESTION
iii the minds of a great many people how wa eell goods cc choap. We can
only answer in this way :
We watch the markets, buy at the rL'ht time, buy in large quantities, we
i- 't the lowest prices, and we discount all our bills. We buy right, we sell
j-!t;v.i, ;.!;d v,v please our c i'.t--.rn.v.v.
Coir." to se-i u.s, am' pr. ;e nx c-.-U. We ar" y.or; f.r tra i..
COBLE BROS. & CO.,
to buy your dry -c-.d of us. Fl
?2..r0 nu-n'rf, nsducc.! to $1.7"
'2.00 mci;'(i, ro lticcd to 1 ..()
l.f0 hh'u'h, ro.lnccd to 1 .00
1.00 men's, reduced to 75
Dovh panln, from i"i cents to $1.00.
In all t-i.e3.
f 00 Lien's fin its, reduced to. . $3.75
7.50 men's nuita, reduced to. . 5.00
10.00 iiicii'h a:iits, reduced to. . 7.50
A complete line ol Overcoats Cheap.
?1.25(h:idren'i.s-.iits, reduced to $ .85
1.50 children's suits;, reduced to 1.00
2.50 children's suits, reduced to 2.00
$2.50 r. ik W. Mink skin felt at $2.00
2.00 " " " . " 1.50
1.50 " " , ' ,1.00
1. 00 " " " " .75
75 " " " " 50
50 " ' " " " " 25
Men's, Soys and Children's Caps
at 10, 15, 25, :5, 50 ami 75 cents.