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uattlss Fine Cress pea's, Vjits Goods, VJssli deeds, QrjfandioB, HKs, pipes,
Linen I'ahiicH for both drvss nml fable usi-s, llnil Toidtivd Tunh Sil!, Mi-rcerut d Damask?, Stripes and Silks for Lailitb' Wait-Is,! id in fad ).i ytl.ii'g lcj t
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We vnM nilln r r t nsli n ers vwuili! j'ti-t ll t Iiim-Iw s on the
roper i-tv leu for Spring hikI Snn.h i r v ear ami linn ( oiiie mid in
H ci l (iiir line. We me him we can jei t-e yon. Tlie n.ore you
know of coi leet weiiriULr appurel tlie mote y u w ill jippicciatf w lint
w e have to Hrr. We lee I i-nfc in say in we l.a e tlie l.ijjlu -st vriioli!
iniil the most coinpleti! assoitiiicnt ever hIiow n lit re, mnl tlie prices
'e uinlvP a Fprcia'ty of Slices, ni 1 rairy i pctl'.ifii! P'Oik to en
nhle iiH to p'cace t!ie inoht fuMidions. (cn.e in rnl lot k at onr
luilics' ninl yens' Slipper in Talent Leathern, Vicin, onr (iihBoa
Ties, IlncheiH. ()xf.rl and S'trajs in nil the iitwi nt leathetH.
Onr Ktock of Men's J''ui nit-hinen, f-mall Notions, ptaple Ihy ( loodn,
DomesticH, J'rints, etc., and all the things iiMially carried in un up-to-iiate
tlry jrnods lion.se in complete and at pi icon lo fcuit.
Our Milhncry depuitment will he under Ihe di
rect hh per viMon of nn expert ti iir.iner and Balcslady
from I.oui ille, Ky.,who lias had i-everal years
exj vi iei.ee and w Imi w ill he chid to meet and make
the aeijli liiilmice (,f jil (1lr fiicinl.s She will hu
ilsitl (i by Jlrfi. II. A. Caraway and other galea
We desire to thank yon for pat favors and patron
age. We appreciate them, and hope by uniform
and courteous tn atnieut, one price and that the
lowest titilhftd represi nlalion and statements,
quality and values, which may he relied upon as
accurate, to merit, tlie patronage of all interested
in the putchio-e of the ri'ht goods at riht rices.
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AV buy direct from tlie f.i.-lorv and s:ie to our cu-toiiier the
middicinan'H profit of from 10 to :.'" p -re. n . A i i n.r M I in me t he
latent, and if you are not, posted as to wi.at Mvlenf n.il io vvi-nr,
come in and w e w ill take ple.isui" in hin-wi:;,' (,u the latest New
York bliapcs. We carry only th" celebrated
J. S. fclllKLDS CO HATS,
and they are too well known to m e 1 any inti.Hluclii.n.
In our I lard w a to department w c h i ve a'n thiir: vou want in shelf
good.s. We Hre agents for the celt hr ited () ivt-r and Vulcan Chill
ed l'lows, Uoek Islaud Cultivators, 1'lsi- Murro vs, T.iack Hawk
and Itiamorid Corn Drills, Avery i niliie Sh ivel aud I'lirninu' l'lows,
McCortnick Harvesting Machint s, and as these g ids have been
on the market, some of them much longer th m w e have been sell
ing goods, we feel that you know their reputation well ciioUj.ii.
' ''" PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
IS 0II AFI'OSD
TO 1MISS THESE
Think as You Read What We are
Saying to You.
Shoes J Slippers
We Lave everything in the
Shoe line you are looking for,
in all the latest styles.
And aa to slippers well, you
ought to see 'em, for they are
simply "a thing of beauty and
n joy forever."
Ladies' shoes, from 75c to 3.00
Men's shoes, from SI to 4.00
Children's, from 20c to 1.50
Men's Low Cuts, $1.25 to 2.25
Ladies' Slippers, 85c to 2.25
Children's " 05c 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
"Swatin" brand in Furs in all
the styles and prices, every one
of which is guaranteed.
And when it comes to Straw
Hat3We've got 'em in all the
styles and a full "City liiock
ahead of competition.
Our Clothing department is
complete in every detail.
Being bought direct from
the factory, we are able to save
you the lobbers proht. Just
let us show you through.
Men's suits, from $2.50 to $15
Youths' " from $2.50 to $8
Boys' " from 75c to $3
AVe 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
Mrs. M. J. Ilamer is viaitiug at
Yale this week.
Bob Whitfield went to Martin
the first of the week.
Prof. J. A- Spence of Hollow
Hock was in the city Saturday.
Jesse T. Hall spent a few days
at home with his family this week.
A new boy arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bateman
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Lowry of
Hollow Hock have been over on a
visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Travis of
Memphis spent a few days here this
week with relatives.
Mrs. Alvin S. McGill and child
have been visiting relatives and
friends at Big Sandy.
Mrs. Maude Plant has let the
contract for a new dwelling to be
built in east Camden.
The stockholders of the Camden
TelephoneExchange Company will
hold a meeting next Tuesday.
An alarm of fire Monday morn
ing proved to be the burning out
of a chimney at the dwelling of Dr.
R. B. Travis.
GOO Shirts bought at
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 thing3
we have in our immense stock of
Just come to see us, for its always our pleasure to show our
friends and customers these rare BAPiGAINS.
Thanking our friends and customers for past favors, wo aro
BOWLES & REDICK
EAST SIDE OF COURT SQUARE
CAMDEN, - l-LviSi
Claude Hudson went to Nash
ville on business yesterday.
T. W. Farmer and Fate Thifer
of Claud were in the city yester
day. Mrs. Lillio Lloyd of Nashville
visited her father, B. P. Haley, the
first of the week.
A dance was given last Monday
evening at the old Hawley build
ing on the west side.
Heavy rains fell here the first of
the week, causing more or less
damage to farms and fences aloDg
the creeks of the county.
At a meeting of the city council
Wednesday evening A. G. McDan
iel was elected alderman to succeed
J. H. Whitfield, resigned.
The municipal tax question has
been magnified until it looms up
like a great balloon in the eyes of
a few of our citizens. It is easily
punctured where sober reasoning
and sound judgment are not dwarf
ed by selfish motives.
W. C. Barker and wife left last
Friday for Purcell, I. T., where
they will reside. Mr. Barker has
made Purcell his home for several
rxo t. but during the past twelve
To the Nashville Mimic Festival.
From .pril 29 to May 2 inclu
sive the Nashville, Chattanooga
and St. Louis llailway will sell
tickets to Nashville and return at
one fare for the round trip, mini
mum rate 50 cents. Limit May 4,
1903.. Tickets on sale at all ticket
offices within a radius of 100 miles
of Nashville. Call on agents of
the Nashville, Chattanooga and
St. Louis llailway.
AV. L. Danley,
General Passenger Agent,
I desire to thank those who have
given me their patronage in the
past, and having engaged in the
millinery business again, I will ap-
preciate your favors, be they great
or small. Call and see me on the
west side of court square, Camden,
Tenn. Mrs. D. J. McIIae.
,r lives w ii ii i . i i .
aw much he has lived on his farm a
T. II. Bateman left Monday forest" .p:jes south of Camden.
Atlanta,- Macon and other points
in Georgia, and will probably re
If proper inducements are offer
ed Camden has the opportunity to
secure some of the best families of
the county as permanent citizens
of our town.
Free rural delivery service will
be inaugurated on routes Nos. 4, 5
and G beginning May 1. The car
riers are C. H. Kennon on route 4,
Julius A. Cole on route 5 and M.
G. McGlohou on route G.
Mrs. T. J. Lowry has our thanks
for the nice strawberries sent us
Monday. They are the first ber
ries that have ripened in this sec
tion, in fact Mrs. Lowry says they
began ripening about Easter. AYe
believe that they are the finest ber
ries we have ever seen to grow in
Camden or Benton County.
The friends here of Capt. Leon
Caraway of Big Sandy are pleased
to learn of his appointment as aid
on the stall of Governor Jame3 B.
Frazier. Captain Caraway will
rank as colonel on the governor's
staff, and it goes without saying
that he will do credit and honor to
the position. Here's to you, Colo
pev of liy
Ff e' aro requested by D. M. Far
mer & Son of Claud to say that all
the tickets which entitled holders
to a chance in the gun offered by
them have been sold. At the re
quest of Messrs. Farmer & Son a
short time ago we selected a num
ber (known to no one else) which
was carefully sealed and held by
us until called for AVednesday by
W. H. Melton, the party agreed
upon to convey the same to D. M.
Farmer & Son. According to the
agreement the party holding the
duplicate number of this ticket
(No. 1859) is entitled to the gun.
AVe believe we only state a fact
when we say that Camden mer
chants can sell goods as low, and
in many instances lower, than can
bo bought in any of the cities.
They now carry everything needed
in their lines and pay good prices
for all the country produce fromi
all the surrounding county.
are anxious to exchange goods for
bai ter, and in order to do this and
thereby build up their trade and
build up the town and country they
AVayerlt, Tenn., .
September 5, 1902.
To whom it may concern:
This is to certify that my wife
has suffered thirteen years with
granulated eyelids aud sore eyes,
and at times could not see her way;
all remedies she tried did her no
good until we heard of Dr. D. Gar
finkle's Eye Remedy, so we decided
to give it a trial, and now am glad
to state to all my friends and the
general public that two bottles cur
ed her eyes, she can see as good aa
anybody, and does not suffer any
pain at all. I do cheerfully rec
ommend Dr. D. Ga'rfinkle's Eye
Remedy to all suffering with eye
troubles. E. M. Matlock.
There will be a debate here to
night between Camden and Cox
burg boys on the subject of the
present policy of expansion of our
government. Affirmative JoeF.
Odle and L. H. Presson, jr.; nega
tive Luther Hollingsworth and
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
They j Tls3 Kind Yea Have Always Bought
Sigaature of i
WANTED A trust-worthy RpntltMnan orl.'itfy
, rr : l I,..- 1 nieHt-ii county to niaiiii'."' iiusiness lor an old es-
11 If UUCIluy -yuun iui:ui,iui'-UiO w inuiislied lions,- o soii l tn-uirial t;inHMi.
tliose who have heretofore gone , cr.k , ;l.-:a ihMy with n x;i.. A direct
elsewhere to make tucir purchases, j
(rR:ui.iHium;irt -i s. ?,Ioin- h1vh' ivti i- exix'ii-
. Manager, oi Caxton liuii.tiu, cUcsuw.