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I I- XIMJTON IH-.M.1CT.
f A HI'S I WKW 'HI'AI'VH.
I'l nusfu u Wkkkly at Camuf.n, Ten.
(N!l Hf DAT CMOtN AH If CONO CLASS MIL M ATTf
"I III HIS Ess ANNIII NCKM KNT.
Tlic snliHcrii'llnii price n( I'm k ( 'it iiukh i k Is
1 1 no in r i'ii ; fn cmm fur l hmiilhs: '.'."i tiiN
f,n llni'i' iiiiiulliN, wlm h mihU i vi-ly 1 1 1 1 j t In' paid
1 ii ml v.kiii . All xiilisiTipl Imi will hi" H omptly
ni.."'il ill i'Xi',itiini nl t.iut i:uil fur.
1 ililtu.it tmt similar mil ices will lie chained fur
to Ilic rail of :) ceiiU per line. We will furnish
r.iti-i lot ittsptuy mill local mlv.-i INinumi apphea-
Nt'Wscoiiiiiiimli'HlioiinitiwI hi lleleson questions
Of public I lit el est m e hiiI idled, hut tti' lissome Im
responsibility fm tlnf)sii'tsiiiiiH contained In all
Ninil communications mill articles published.
Remittances can In- made In vni loin ways Unit
are perfectly sate, but hII remittances (tfiil aieat
ri sk of I he sender.
All remittances Hlltl business eniiimiuiliatioiis
Should li.' sent to 'lit A VIS liliOS.,
Telephone '-".'. ('anulelu.Teiin.
HALF THE COST
has b.ftcr strength and
lUvor than many so-called
Bulk coffee at the same
price is not to be com
pared with Lion in quality.
In i lb. air tight,
FUIDAY, JANUARY 'M),VMl
Regular correspondence J
W. M. Melton entered ecliool at
Mrs. lhazzie Berry is convalesc
ing, wo are pleased to learn.
1'iitfeon Holland went to Lut pr
ion Saturday to 6ee his brother,
Doe Holland, who has been ill for
Miss Kanie Berry visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Mary Pallord, at Luter
ton last week.
J. 11. Holland of Luterton will
hold n 6onj; service at Chestnut
Hill Sunday. Everybody invited.
The remains of the infant child
ot G. W. Berry of Eva, which died
Sunday, were buried at the Berry
A debate will take place at Ne
othegy Saturday night, February
7. Subject, "Resolved, that intem
perance has been more destructive
to the human race than war."
Affirmative J. C. Bain; negative
Bay Pafford. Time allowance,
50 minutes for each speaker.
Peanut bii)ei'H wert
candidates lust week.
A. J. Goodman went to
more on business Friday.
Ned Will ford lia-3 gone to Hick
man County to buy mules.
J. D. Whitfield took out another
drove of line cattle Friday.
Pound suppers now, weddings in
the spring and broken hearts in the
AVhat has become of the Wyly,
Bristow and other correspondents
in that section?
James Byrd of Sugar Tree was
at the lower school-house Sunday.
On business, no doubt.
Gillem Newsome is carrying the
mail from Brecheen to Lilburn for
his brother, Densom Newsome.
Alf Puley is the proudest "tic1
hack" on the creek. He makes a
tie and then lies down on it to e
if it is good.
"We learn that James Lockhart
has accepted a position in the bank
at Camden. We say, gopd luck to
W. L. Matlock wen o Paducah
last week on business.;' C. N. Mat
lock had charge of the postoffice
Sfcon.l Uotiml Otiai-terly Mei tlni;.
lli.lluw llnrk rin uil, at Hollow U.it k
I'Vl.nii.ry Jl l'l'.
Ilutiliiilim Ktuti-.n. lVLrnnrv 'J.'!,
('iifinlciii'in-ii.i, al !' hi. ink h-nmai y LS
Cllll.ll ll Hlnllull. Malt li i -
I'.nlh S . in-- ill. lilt, nt (rVlhir (JtMf
l.iMii.loii ' i" uit, ill I'-i'llir M;n i H-
l.cxinvti'ii kIhI;.iii. MmicIi -1-L".'.
I i -fit' 1 1 1 r If iiinl I'.iimuis, at l'.itdis
Mult h -JS J".
Millhn circuit, al Mililin Apiil I ."
Sanii ri;ciiii, ut ri..cci Anii 11 1'.'
llul!n.!:i. ciicuit, Ai-iil IS T.I
Wil.ie ft villi- mis-ion, nt Yuma April
l'.cllifl circuit, at l'i ice ' ('lui.( l Apiil
I'.ftlicl iiinl Sflinci', nt I'.ftlifl Apiil -ii'
v- x. v T
lure of Cli:i.
lvhnl You llne .ia "--.i;im iioi mo iiic mh.i-
--BI ... , .....1 r . . i i.. I.I
li. r loll'l'1 yriAS urni iiiiior iiium i mi
ion lor ;;o years. AUovv no oim
io iH. ix.iintcil. it. li!il;itioiis ami
" . 1' A. ' . I O. .
' lilst-as-"ooil ' are mil ip'rnncin. Mini i iiii;iii;-,ci mo
lu-alth of'ciillr'-i:xIM'lit',u'0 f'i't Impertinent.
What is CASTORIA
r.,4wi! U.n liai'iiili'sH siilistltiite lor la-ltir n.
SfltiHT circuit, nt Ci.iwnlln Jlay
Mi'lillt-liini: llltsiln. .Mny U-ltl.
S.iltilhi ami S-otl'M iliil, .May 1(1
AilnmsvilU' circuit, Mny L'.'i '1.
Shiloli cin-iiit, May ."() .".1.
J. W. Watkus, i'
HDHKS IN TluXAS
A It KANSAS.
Uncle Daniel Holland, Arthur during his father's absence.
i Melton and II. T. Holland have re
': turned from a visit in Arkansas-
They say they enjoyed their visits
Hhough it rainetl every day dur
j ing their stay in that State. Uncle
i Daniel was taken ill in Arkansas,
but is better since his return home
Flatwoods, January 27.
RESULTED IN A COMl'llOMISE.
J. W. DePriest and family who
formerly lived here, but now reside
at Dyersburg, were here on a visit
flcr, wppu I ipv lko t m trnf
ponds of that section (in a horn).
J. L. Whitfield returned a few
days ago from Humphreys County
where he purchased a fine span of
mules at a cost of 290. Let the
goodi stock come, and then give us
the old-time no-fence law.
Master Alvin Crabb killed a very
Alniielliff.imm licit lli.iltf 1 UihT th.lt
can bf liinijih for if l! to S" mi acif nti.l up
(Mit-ovc i' tun I it-1 gioinul tiiat miikc a mil
.i' laud, funii'hiuv' M"'"! raic'f If n or
eleven mouths of the year, farnuntr lau.l
for coin, svheat, oatsJrVitou soitu- of it
peculiarly adapted lyick growth and
earlv iiia'luiitv of d ws i'ud vejietiihle,
8ucli a h pent-hen. pears, plums, ntra wher
ries, tomatoes. iotatoes, onions, cuhhaui',
und melons finding g.xnl market . in the
north at fatiey prices, on aceonnt of ev
.'flleiieetf quality and earlier maturity
tlian neither sections. An ideal place
f.r tl.4- man of sinall means cheap fuel,
chcaii huildiiii' material, lonir rti) iim
Keasons, hoit, mild winters a land of
sunshine and plenty. Let us send you
literature descriptive of this country.
"Homes in the Niuthwest, "itliniiesi
of Southeast Missouri, Arkansas, and V
YV. Louisiana," "Throu-di Texas 1 1 1 a
Camera," "Fortunes in Crrowin l imits
and Veget aides," "Tlie Diversilier,'' a
fruit and truck growers journal.
Un the first and third J uesdays ol eac h
month the Cotton l'.elt Route will sell
one-way tickets from St. Louis, Thehes,
Cairo and Mempliis, to points in Arkan
sas, Louisiana and Tesas, at luilf the one
way rate plus if I', or round trip tickets at
one fare for the round trip lus 2, allow
ing stop-over yointi, ami '21 days return
limit. For full information, address
E. W. LAliEATMi:,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
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stealinc corn from George Sarrett. poisonous, and this one was also
It seems that Mr. Sarrett has crazy for coming out and trying to
been missins corn, and Saturday bring spring so early.
morning he made the discovery
that his crib had been entered
again and a small amount of corn
Vttfceu. out, iu.1. aiictt o uvlj5u- ReKiiJtr correg,M)Ilrtellce.
bors, Mon. J. M. L.ashlee, owns a Nogh Davitlson left yesterday
hne pack.ot young blooanounas, f Bertrand Mo
and for an experiment tne nounas Mrs Farmer and Miss
were pat on tne trail leading trom Lizzie Farmer. are visiting at 13i
the crib. The dogs at once led to oaruiv
tlie shanty or tne Arnoiu uoys, Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Garner of
where it is alleged a small amount Colgates L T.raDd George Game
ot corn was tounci, ou5 no one was . ? daughter of Big Sandy bave
at home. The dogs then led to a been here on a vi6it to Hends an(1
mill near by where one of the Ar
nold boys had carried some corn
to be ground.
Mr. Sarrett went to the mill and
asked Arnold where he got the
corn, and he said he bought it of
& Mr. Cantrell. When called up
by telephone, Mr. Cantrell stated
that this was not true. It seems
the boys made other conflicting
statements concerning the matter,
and their arrest followed.
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v wupu""ov " " j i turei 2 991 25
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