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VOI, XXVI. NO. Ki.
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SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT 1903
WK li:sn;K TO ANNOUNCE 10 Of It (TKTO.M 1" KM AND lliHA'DH THAT WE
ai:f. i:i:aiy to kekve thitk wants in all the latest thim;s in
ledies' fm press Goods, pie Goods, Hasii Goods, Qpgandies, " gilks, Piqoss,
Linen I'liluicH for liotli drtss nml table us, Embroidered Tussah hiilk, Mercerized Diuiinbkp, Strifes and Silks for Ladies' Wait-In, Mid in fiiet rui)tlii g It j t
in it liit-clisK Lmlu's' Diet Gocdtt Shop.
We vmiIiI rxllicr trr nit-N mt in would jt tl uhm 1 ( on the
j rnj.t r n j leu fcr Sji injr hihI Si n nu r w enr uml tin n c iiie hm1 in-f-
( l cni line. We Hie Mire we can i'UaH' yen. Ihe n ore yen
know of con ct wcariiin H'nrel tlie inore you w ill jrrriiite w lint
w liave to ( l!c r. W'e It el mi ft' in say inr w e Imve tlie liipliest irrnde
nml tlie ruoM coniplcte as-soitnu nt ever hlmwn lcre, ami tlie jirices
We nu ke n n( cia'ly of H-oi k, ri 1 ( airy n fi fl". ml s'oi k to on
fiMe iih to p'( nse ll.e mot-t fanidiuiH. (.'true in and lock at onr
lmli( h' and eiits' Miij.( lit in l'jitt id l.eatluiH, Vicin, our (ill .sen
Ties, r.luclicr, Oxford and Straff in 'l tlie ncwcut leathers.
Our Mock (f Slen'b ! in nit-liiis, small NotiniN, staple I ry (Joods,
)oiuestic8, l'rints, etc., and all tlie tliiniTH usually carried in an up-lo-date
dry roods Imuse h complete and at piiceH to Biiit.
Our Miiliuery department will le under tlie di
rect Hiijiei iHii.n of an expert ti inmierand wilcslady
fioni Louisville, Ky., who lias had several yearn
ex ei i nee and w lm will he j.'lad to meet and make
the aoH:iintnnee of all onr friends She will l
at-sit-ttU by Mrn. 11. A. Caraway and other sales
We d( sire to thank you for past favors and patron
age. We appreciate them, ami hope by uniform
and courteous treatment, one price and that the
lowest tiuihful representation and statements,
quality and values, which may he relied upon a-
accurate, to merit the patronage of all interested
in the purchae of the riht ruods at right prices.
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We huv direct from the factory and save to o'ir cnMMiiors th
middleman's rofit of front 10 to '2 percent. AM ur Mvles are the
latest, And if you are not. pusted as to what styU' of hat .to wear,
cine in and we will take pie inure in showing yoi tlwlaM NVv
York shapes. We cany only the relchrated
J. S. ISI 1 1 KM SA CO HATS,
and they are too well known to need any introduction.
Inour Hardware, department we have anything yon want in shelf
jrjoods. We are agents for the celehiated ( )liver and Vulcan Chill
ed Tlows, Uoek Island Cultivators, Disc HairoAs, I'.iuck Hawk
and Diamond Corn Drills. Avery Ihnible Shovel and Turnintr 1'lows,
McCoriuick llarvestintr Machines, and as these pioils have been
on the market, some of thoin much longer tii-in we'ha ve been stdl
inr (roods, we feel that you know their reputation well enough.
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TO MISS THESE
Think as You Read What We are
Saying to You.
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" We have everything in the
VShoe lino you are looking for,
in all the latest styles.
And as to slippers well, you
ought to see 'em, for they are
simply "a thing of beauty and
a joy forever."
Ladies' shoes, from 75c to 3.00
Men's shoes, from $1 to 4.00
Children's, from 20c to 1.50
Men's Low Cuts, $1.25 to 2.2i
Ladies' Slippers, 85c to 2.25
Children's " 65c to 1.25
Come to see us and be con
vinced that we can please you
in styles and prices.
Fur and Straw
We handle the Celebrated
"Swann" brand in Furs in all
the styles and prices, every one
of which is guaranteed.
And when it comes to Straw
Hats we've got 'em in all the
styles and a fuU "City Block"
ahead of competition.
Our Clothing department is
complete in every detail.
Being bought direct from
the factory, we are able to save
YOU the jobbers' profit. Just
lftt us show vou through.
Men's suits, from $2.50 to $15
Youths' " from $2.50 to $8
Boys' " from 75c to $3
We handle the Famous "A.
and A. W. Sommerfield" Pants
as well as other strong lines.
Men's summer Pants, 50 cents
Men's nice Pants, $1
Men's extra nice Pants, $1.50
Men's "Beauty Dress," $3 to $5
C00 Shirts-bought at 33?t
cents on the dollar now on
sale at our store at prices that
will-simply make you wonder.
You can't afford to miss 'em.
We have not space here to tell you about all the good things
we have in our immense stock of
.Tnot mmc in kpo ns. for its alwavs our pleasure to show our
! friends and customers these rare BAPiGAINS.
Thanking our friends and customers for past favors, we are
BOWLES & REDICK
EAST SIDE OF COURT SQUARE
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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
W. F. Harrison of Holladay is
in the city.
B. B. Lewis of Mclllwaiu was in
the city Tuesday.
J. W. Leegan of Big Sandy is
here on a visit to friends.
W. r. Bedick is able to be out
again, after a short illness.
A. W. Presson left this week on
a business trip to Arkansas.
Marshal E. G. Flowers was at
Big Sandy yesterday on business.
A fine boy arrived at the home
of J. II. Capps Tuesday morning.
Work on G. H. Harper's dwell
ing has been delayed on account of
County Clerk W. D. Cooper has
issued a marriage license to James
Wilson and Annie Pickler.
The frame work of the dwelling
being built for Sidney L. Peeler is
up and the building will soon be
T. II. Bateman is making ar
rangements to build a handsomo
dwelling on his lot north of the
A. V. Bowles, D. G. Hudson, W.
A. Lashlee and Claude Hudson at
tended the closing of the general
assembly at Nashville this week.-
Camden looks better for the new
fencing that has been built in and
around town. Other desirable im
provements have been made by
many of our citizens.
Elder E. C. L. Denton of Mar
tin is holding a series of meetings
here this week. Services every
evening at the court-house. The
public is cordially invited.
Invitations have been issued to
a "rouser" to be given this evening
by Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris Wyly in
honor of the birthday anniversary
of their daughter, Miss Lucas.
Messrs. Jones Bros, have sold
their property on the south side
of court square to T. J. Lowry and
L. E. Davis. As their licenses ex
pire May 1, Jones Bros, will close
their saloon on that date and give
II. W. Hatley of L;lburn was in
the city Tuesday. He informed
us that he had made application
for a postofiice to be established 3
miles west of Lilburn. A postof
fice would bo a great convenience
to the people of that community.
The poultry trade has been very
active here for the past few weeks,
and largo shipments have been
made to Chicago and other points.
Good prices are being paid by
Camden buyers, which is a strong
inducement in favor of the local
Messrs. Dean and Tidwell of
Nashville, Pentacostal Union Mis
sion Evangelists, will hold a tent
meeting at Camden, beginning
Wednesday, April 22. They are
known as young men of the high
est type of character. They invite
every one to attend the meetings.
The new depot to be built here
by the Nashville, Chattanooga and
St. Louis Railroad Company will
be something on the plan of the
one burned last week, except that
it will be a , larger and more com
modious building. The debris has
been removed from the site and
work on the new depot will soon
be under way.
The stockholders of the Camden
does he Exchange Company are
her. But guested to attend meet
inh andJ office of L. R. Watson,
circuit court clerk, Tuesday even
ing, April 28, 1903, for the purpose
of electing officers and declaring
the annual dividend.
W. L. Morris,
U. A. Potts, President.
TO UNVEIL MONUMENT.
Postoak Camp No. 47 Woodmen
of the World met around its camp
fire Tuesday evening with a good
attendance, and amongother things
the time for the unveiling of the
A. R. Broughton monument was
fixed for the fifth Sunday in May.
Able speakers will be present on
the occasion of the unveiling who
will explain the benefits of wood
craft and the blessings attending
the Woodmen of the World. The
Claude Hudson Conceit Band has
been invited to make music on
All members of Postoak camp
are urgently requested to be pres
ent in the forest on Tuesday night,
April 28, as business of importance
to each sovereign will come up for
F. E. McElyea,
J. G. Rolins, Clerk.
SriUNii M 1 1. 1. IN Ell Y.
Mrs. 1). J. McRae has received
her new stock of spring hats, and
invites ihe lilies to call nud sen
them. .Sho has all tlie latest styles
at prices to suit all.
S UM MITVILLK, Te.N.,
March 21, 1003.
To Whom it May Concern:
I suffered intense pain day and
night from a cut in the eyeball,
which destroyed the sight. I was
treated by two doctors for three
months, but they did me no good.
My eyes gradually grew worse.
They said the eye would have to
bo taken out and that probably I
would lose the sight of the other.
I tried ono small bottle of Dr. D.
Garfinkle's Remedy, and in two
weeks my injured eyo was entirely
well and the sight in my other eyo
was as good as ever. I would ad
vise all sulTeririg with their eyes to
write or see Dr. D. Garfiukle.
I am, gratefully yours,
Jo.sErii Green a walt.
TnE Chronicle and the Nash
ville Daily News, both for $3.25.
November 28, 1902.
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to certify that I have had
a forty years' standing sore eyes.
I have spent about three hundred
dollars on them, with no effect. I
used one sample bottle of Dr. Gar
finkle's Eye Remedy, and it did
them so much good that I wrote
this without my glasses some
thing that I have not been able to
do for forty years.
The Chronicle wants an active
correspondent in every locality in
Benton County. Write to us for
circular letter of instructions, etc.
We want the news of the county.
The Cnr.oNicLE and the weekly
Memphis Commercial Appeal, $1.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tha KIni Ycu Kava Always Bought
Signature of fMll
WAMI-.D A trustworthy ontlemiiii orladv
meat-1! C'umty to main-i' liu-iin.-ss fur ;ui old es
tablished Iu.Umj of solid SiiiHiirial stJiiidiii" V
stnu-lit, liona tide weekly s;;larv of Hs.no paid tv
rhtM'kme.i Wednesday with all expenses direct
Iron) head. mat ters. Money advanced foi evpett
sl's. Manager, sw C.i.vtou lUiildin,', thicaro.