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The KiihI You llnve Always I'.ouht 1ms )iori:(i the, sin.i
tnr ;f Chas. H. Fletcher, anil 1ms been matin under his
Hersou.'il Mipcr Wiau lor oer .'ID years. Allow no (cm
1 (Icccivo yon i.i this. Counterfeits Imitation ami
Jtit-as-oixl " iiro, hut l'p rimcnts, and eiil;uijrer tho
Jicaltu ot (Jiiloren I.xpenenco ngiiiitsl lApei uncut.
I.1 F"S ro
CnMoria i :i harmless f-ubstitiito for Castor Oil, I'aro
jroric. J)ro;s :hhI Soothing Syrrps. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, iUm-phiim nor other .Narcotic
substance. Its jiv;(! is its fruaraiitec. Jt destroys Worms
jiml allays J YvMi-hnc-!. It cures Diarni'ra antl Wind
Colic. Jt jelicc.s r"it liiupr Troubles, cures Coi tipathm
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Fond, regulates tho
Stomach and iSowcls, rivimj bcalt by and natural hlccp.
The ChiULrcn's iui;icc. The Mother's Friend.
Ilie Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Use For Over SO Years.
THE OrNTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STRtCT, NEW YORK CITY.
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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
G. B. Ilolladay was at Hollnday
Len Jowes went to Paris on bus
iness this week.
B. F. Davidson of Way was in
the city Tuesday.
James Parker of Gismonda was
in the city Tuesday.
O. "W. Ilubbs visited his brother
at Manleyville Sunday.
Capt. B. A. Luter of Big Sandy
was in the city Monday.
Sheriff B. I). Mcord was over
.fit Hollow Rock Tuesday.
Clifford Bateman came up from
TtfcKeuzie Friday to see the home
folks. U. A. Totts, buyer for Stigall &
Totts, is in lilte Louisville market
J. II. llu&on and N. McNeill
of Wyly went to Huntingdon on
W. F. Harrison and Kit Whit
field of Ilolladay have returned
from a trip to Arkansas.
The friends of Mrs. J. M. Pick
ens will regret to learn that she
lias been quite sick this week.
The body of Hartford, the Nash
ville trakeman, who disappeared
several weeks ago, was found las
Monday 35 miles below Kingston
'Springs on an island,
Will Bobins was slightly injured
in the railroad wreck near Chatta
nooga last Friday morning. His
parents here have been advised
that he had a very narrow -escape.
There is a mistake in the print
ed X)rograms of the Sunday school
convention to be held at Flatwoods.
'The mistake is jn the date, which
should be Thursday and Friday,
April 2 and 3.
J. W. Whithwortb, wanted for a
iong time on the charge of selling
liquor without license, was captur
ed by Sheriff R. D. McCord and
Deputy Sheriff G. II. Cuff near
IIollox.lay Sunday night and lodged
in jail here.
M rs. Alice Barnes, the widow of
the Into lamented John A. Barnes,
who had been in bad health for
some time, died last Friday night.
She was a inost estimable woman,
n, good christian, and Bhe will be
eadly missed by her friends, asso
ciates end neighbors. We extend
sympathy to th-e bereaved.
Mrs. Mitchell, wife of our es-
teemed friend, Bobert Mitchell,
died at their home in Flatwoods
n rinieMUwy ijiui uiny, nun n iih-
u"p ia. 1,ao
A home has been
made desolate, a family bereaved,
and a community has lost a kind,
hospitable neighbor and friend.
She will be missed in the church
where she wielded an influence for
good. The bereaved family and
relatives have our sympathy.
Uiiiai twni-nniMn v.j
The Tennessee River is falling
oiuvv iv. I
Miss M-innio Gallreath is on the
A large quantity of hoop poles
are being cut in this locality,
J. P. Lashlep has had an attack
of the grip, but is some better.
Sallie Jane, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fry, has been
W. II. Lashlee has gone across
"the waters" looking after stock,
Bill says he wishes he didn't own
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nnt nvpr tho l)ottoms.
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iuisH v icLuriM. uuuumaii uuu vjuy
Dickerson were married last Sun-
day morning at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Goodman, Justice N. P. Lashlee
officiating. The bride is one of
Eva's fairest daughters. We wish
them a long and happy life.
Bethlehem, March 17..
F. Farmer visited near HustVil
J. W. Hartley will soon move to
the tan yard.
M. B. Hartley of Claud visited
here last Sunday.
Several from here went to Cam
den last Saturday.
High water has done some dam
- age jn this locality
A. M. Melton spent a few days
at Clydeton last week.
Dr. R. D. Cunningham of Man-
leyville visited here Sunday.
Henry Phifer and W. F. Wheat-
ley of Hust Village were here on
The demand for mules continues.
A reat many people sold their
mules last fall and winter, and now
they need them.
Whitleiville, March 17.
l;i-t w i k.
1!. M. I'alfoi.l of Coximr; is i-
ilinir iii this locality.
J, rainier lIoi!ai,tl !;: tinile !iev
liiiililin;; improvt mm i'h.
()iutilerly iiM ' lin '..vill lield
fit Wesley ClinjK 1 (lie (if ill Satur
day nnd Sunday. All-are invited.
IIti'-li raiTord will conduct llic
fion service nt 1'lal wouls on next
Kiindny. Service begins at 1 j. in.
We want to hear from Faxon,
Claud, Samly, Witlyville nnd
(ttlier forreFiior.deiits who seem to
have t;on to uleop.
()i n,thf two-yenr old son of Mr.
nnd Mis. Hope Melton, died March
3, of pneumonia. The little child
was nn invalid, entirely helplcpp;
he had a gentle, sweet. disposition,
a kind word for every one, and was
fairly ndored by everybody in the
com rami it v. Little Ora was too
bright a jewel for this earth, nnd
God culled him for a higher pur
pose. May Ho comfort and heal
the heart-broken parents and bless
and save them, is the prayer of
I their friends and neighbors. The
interment was at Flatwoods Cem-
Utery, services by I. N. Melton
Way, March 17.
Q. II. Cuff and others went to
J. W. Lawrence is able to be out
again, we are pleased to learn
A. C. McBae, tie inspector, was
here on an inspection Saturday.
Will some one please ask Her
bert Cuff wliere he went Sunday
Vnr cnniA unftynlninftd rpnson
thero was no sinfrinf? at Chestnut
TT,n , T jl 1
annuay, & crowu was
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uisapnoiuieu. o. x.. muuiu wua
t0 liave IielQ lue servlC0'
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FROM MISSIONARY GROVE.
B. L. Utley had a house raising
Patrick Utley, recently married
has located at Hustletown
Tom Summers, who bursted a
blood vessel, is in a rather preca
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?den of frfiA rnral mail dliverv
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mauiis 10 voiigiessuitin oiuj&.
Rev. J. R. Clark rilled his ap
pointments here, and also preached
at Morris Chapel Sunday in the
absence of the pastor, Rev. D. C
It seems from the stand ho has
taken on the saloon question at
Camden -all things considered
that our representative in the gen
eral assembly, George M. Leslie,
icyuin xui .vuun lunj
- men in said corporation than he
has for all the good women and
more than two-thirds of the voters
of Benton County, not mentioning
those in the corporation who wish
to get rid o the saloon
- Missionary Grove, March 17.
Mrs. E. Hall and children of
Bristow visited Mrs. Mary Cole
Rev. Mr. nassell will preach at
Hall's Valley Sunday at 11a.m.,
and Rev. Jesse Farmer will preach
in the evening.
Laura, the daughter of James
Hollomau, died March C, and was
buried at Mount Zion. We extend
. sympathy to the bereaved.
I Claud, March 17
Waller i 11 v.i-nt lo
Surd tv. iiti ii hihI.
Mirt. A. II. 11 n.'ll loi'i relinm d
from a vitit at r Sit'id .
A. Jj. Jlaf.ill and mhi of
Sandy vi.'ifed here Sundry.
liOiiie Itu ihing L:a oil" lo Si.
jonin where IiH hv; en; plo) uhtiI.
.Mr. ninl Mrs. II. A. Onrawny rue
i;i tlio eaj( 'iu inarl.ebi this week.
John S. Davidson and f-;m, II.
Liigene, visited at Jig t'aieiy 4 .isi
S. A. Clement of Arkn-iHar-. f.
npendiiig a few day?, hero with!
Mrs. Levina (Irahui, who has
been snendiii'T a few ca' B hvrt with
relatives, returned ta IY Sandy
Mrs. James 'Greer and ;on, Kd,
of Kansas arrived here last Friday.
Mr. Greer has boi gl t property
near Faxon, and will n ake thin his
lotne. Itev. W. It. Gieer has also
ocated near Faxou We are glad
to have these enterprising citt.ens
ocate among us.
Faxon, March '17.
Lost My dayboi k net Monday.
Finder will please leave it at the
store of Lashlee Ar. Hall and receive
reward. W. II. Lashlee.
The CiirtONicLr anl the weekly
Memphis Comme -citl Appeal, $1.
Quite a number of new students
rom out of town have entered
school at Benton Seminary thi3
FROM CHALK LEVEL.
Mrs. L. Alliso'j is no better, wo
regret to learn.
Rev. Mr. Bynl pveached to s.n
attentive audience lure Sunday.
The apron heciming at the home
of Riley Hardi i w;.s enjoyed by
Miss Myrtlo Merchbanks has
been very sick ' he ast week.
Miss Bettie .Boswell hag return
ed from teaching at Bethlehem.
OF THti: LATE FIRM OF COCLE BROS. &. CO.
:,rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That we will on the 28th day of Mai oh, lvr, Sbcr.r
Tree, Tenn., offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash
the entire fctnek cf .merchandise belonging to 1U late
firm of Co'')ie Oo., anl oenaibiui-cf . .
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothino;,
Shoes, Hats, Hardware.
Queensware, Store Fixtures
This sao will be made in order to close out the bun-
ness of said firm, occasioned by the death of James L.
Coble, a taember thereof.
UNTIL THE 28th OF MARCH
We will offer said etock at retail or in job lots at bar
gain prices. Invoices of said stock and fixtures can be
seen by applying to ns.
March 7, 19C3.
J. W. & W. H. COBLE
SUGAR TREE, TENN.
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THE LIDCRAL I 'AT 150 NAGE
, of ur ciiHtotiien;, wo
' vo -,';:.!'. t,n v
our apr lo-,
the, pmuo by giviii.:
some rr.ro bur''iii:.
Sslcnhj, JaoETFu !7,
We will place- ou se.lo
GREATLY HEDUCLD PRICES
our entire sttKk at
L lot of
SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS,
and other seasonable
Come and r.eo cs if
you want bargains.
With many thanks
for past favor35 we ro
,main sYonrs truly,
T. I. Ml'ffl
Miss Alice Hardin Ims ree-Aivon
her now organ. If you Kka gool
music, you will knov whore to go.
W. A. Davidson will fiing here
next Sunday at 2 p. m., which k
thsbegiuning of his singing school.
J. B. Hollaed of Camden is c
frequent visitor here. Of courso
there is eomo attraction, but dou'i
ask Miss Mary.
Ciiale Level, March 17.