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VOL. XXVI. NO, is.
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Think ns You Rcnil What We ore
Sriyins to You.
sJj Shoes .J Slippers
Wo havo everything in the
Shoe lint' you are looking for,
ia 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. So. 00
Meu's shoes, from l to 4.00
Children's, from 20e to 1.50
Men's Low Cuts, i?1.25 to 2.25
Ladies' Slippers, H5c to 2.25
Children's 44 ('.5c to 1.25
Come to see us and bo 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 cue
of which is guaranteed.
And when it comes to Straw
Ilats we've got 'em in all the
styles and n fiiU "City Block"
yahead of competition.
We have not space here-to tell you about all the good things
we have in our immense stock of
M' Just come to see us, for its always our pleasure to show our
friends and customers these rare BARGAINS.
Thanking our friends and customers for past favors, we are
EAST SIDE OF
tQEK, Warren County, Tenn.
December 10, 1902.
May providence smile on Dr. D.
Garfmkle of Nashville, Tenn., who
restored my sight by his Eye Rem
edy. I wish it were possible to
make all the people who are afflict
ed with Granulated Eyelids and
Sorb Eyes understand what glo
riou work Dr. D. GarEnkle's Eye
Remedy is doing. My eyes have
been sore for the last six years, and
, I suffered pain in both eyes day
"Alight. I had several doctors
Aat them, but both eyes got
'"worse all the time, until I was not
able to see my own children, or tell
them apart, except by their voices,
and all my money gave out, so I
hadven up to remain blind the
balance of my life, but thank God
founding Dr. D. Garfinkle to our
county, and by the use of only one
bottle of his famous Eye Remedy
aiy eyesight is restored, therefore
I will never cease praying for the
V Yours truly,
Mrs. Ollie Newby.
Wanted A few loads of stove
wood in exchange for subscription
to The Chronicle.
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Our Clothing department is
complete in every detail.
Jieing bought Ijiiikct from
the factory, we are able to save
YOU the jobbers' profit. Just
let us show you through.
Men's suits, from $2.50 to $15
Youths' " from $2.50 to $S
Hoys' 44 from 75c to $o
We handle the Famous "A.
and A. W. SommertiehV 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," $'i to $5
C00 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.
CAIiD OF THANKS.
We deem it our duty to thank
the good people of Camden for the
kindness and hospitality shown us
while in their midst on last Friday
night. To the judges for their
decision we extend our most heart
iest appreciation. We love the
people of Camden, and none other
except those of home can take the
place of them in our hearts. Not
wishing to intrude on your valua
ble space we will desist.
Pioneer Debating Club.
Coxburg, April 28.
I desire to thank thoso who have
given me their patronage in the
past, and having engaged in the
millinery business again, I will ap
preciate your favors, bo they great
or small. Call and see mo on the
west side of court square, Camden,
Tenn. Mrs. D. J. McRae.
The Chronicle and the Nash
ville Daily News, both for $3.25..
Bring or send us youx' news of
general interest, and wu will pub
lish it with pleasure.-
PLRS0NAL ArD LOCAL NEWS.
1). I). I'yrd (if l.neheen won in
the c ity Moiid.iy.
VA . L. Munis went to Paris on
business Tin .sdfiy.
Bud Sjcnv of Sugar Tree? was
in the city Monday.
Hon. S. L. Peeler wns at Sugar
Tree on business Wednesday.
I he city council w ill meet this
evening in the recorder's office.
! W. K. Marchbnnks of Chalk
Level was in the city yesterday.
The tent meeting in the .vestcrn
; part of town is still in progress.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Pailord of
Way were in the city yesterday.
The new road northwest of town
will soon be opened to the public.
Lev. Alon.o Nunnery pleached
here Sunday forenoon and even
ing. Mrs. Delia Brick a of Monroe,
La., is visiting relatives in Middle-
Alex Adams of Ilolladay went to
Lake County last Friday to vifcit
Prof. A. M. Smith spent Satur
day and Sunday with homefolks in
Children's Day will be observed
at the Methodist Church the third
Sunday in May.
Jeff Throgmorton and Charles
Atkins of Chalk Level were here a
few days this week.
A. S. Corbitt of Crosnoe, Mo., is
hero on an extended visit to rela
tives and old friends.
Mrs. Mamie Steele of Nashville
is spending the week here with the
family of W. A. Steele.
Quite a number of our citizens
are attending the May carnival
and the races at Nashville.
O. W. Hubbs visited his brother,
Rev. I. R. Hubbs, at Manleyville
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. J. M. Phillips and family
of Huntingdon spent Saturday and
Sunday with 11. L. Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Alma Fry of Cox
burg spent Sunday here with their
daughter, Mrs. E. L. Hudson.
Wo congratulate our townsman,
E. L. Hudson, on the arrival of a
fine boy at his home Monday even
Workmen commenced the bu of "he
ing of the new depot Monday, a! l'-.on
the building will be pushed to a
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Frazier of
Camden have been here to see their
sons, W. A. and M. N. Frazier.
Jones Bros, closed out their sa
loon Tuesday and have disposed of
their stock to J. F. Beaton who has
moved his saloon to Jones' Bros,
Dr. J. WT. Luter of Big Sandy
was in the city last Monday. Dr.
Luter was elected recorder at the
recent municipal election of Big
The work of laying the founda
tion of the new house of worship
of the Baptist Church was begun
Monday. The church secured the
vacant lot adjoining the dwelling
occupied by Marshal E. G. Flow
ers on Depot Street, and will push
theJbuilding to completion.
Snow fell on the 2Gth of April!
Perhaps it is not generally known
that there was a light fall of snow
&.r 'Sunday morning, but we are
infomed by lion. John P. Lash
lee that one of his neighbors made
the discovery about 2 a. m- Sunday
that snow was fall.'ng, whkh after
war I changed to r uik
'1 he ineoi oi at ion of Dig .Shim!)'
has already inaiiguiuted n healthy
loom in that hurtling tov n.
lion. Tom C. Ue and family of
Paris came over Tuesday on n v itt
to relativt k and friends. M r. D e
went to Nashville Wednesday.
Quite a number of young folks
attended an entertainment ut (he
home of J. 1 Deatoii Wednesday
evening, given in honor ot jln-s
Nidi Rye of Paris.
StepH have been taken to ar
range for the annual entertain
ment at the clo.sing of school in
May. The exercises will embrace
three or four nights of the closing
week, ami promises to be a great
County Clerk W. 1). Cooper has
issued marriage lieensfH to J. A.
Saunders and Jennette Hampton,
Charles Doyle and Nettie Council,
J. O. Coble and Emma Zimmer
man. Colored T. M. Moses and
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Anderson was severely burn
ed late Monday evening. It was
playing near an open fireplace
when its clothing caught from the
Haines of a piece of paper, and the
nearby presence of its mother
probably saved its life. Mrs. An
derson's hands were severely .burn
ed in her effort to save her child.
E. G. Flowers has retired from
tho livery business, having sold to
Royal Melton and Charley Bain.
Messrs. Melton & Bain an h ist
lers as well as deserving young
men. We understand they will
cater to the demands of the public
by adding more stock and making
other improvements in the stable
The "Old Chief
says he is going
to play farmer awhile.
The municipal election" under
the new charter will take place
Thursday, May 28. The present
board of Mayor and aldermen will
hold over until a new board has
been elected. Already slates are
being made, but it is too soon to
form conclusions as to tho coir
plexion of the tickets to be'put out,
though it is practically certain
there will be two tickets (school
and anti-Echool) in the field.
Sheriff R. D. McCord pulled a
trio of "coons" at tho station late
?day afternoon. They were ar
I'lVed before Justice J. M. Cas
Mor disorderly conduct, and a
nne was collected for the same.
The negroes hailed from Waverly
and one, a woman, was as drunk as
a "biled" owl and was found in a
mud hole. A strange feature in
the case' is'where did lliey get the
whisky, for you know it is said that
you can't get whisky in Camden
Mr. J.0. Coble and Miss Emma
Zimmerman of Sugar Tree were
married Inhere Wednesday after
noon. The nuptial knot was tied
in thejparlor of the Melton Hotel,
Rev. J. M. Pickens officiating. A
numberjof friends and guests of
the hotel witnessed the marriage.
The attendants were Miss Metta
Dreaden of Brecheen and Mr. J.
W. Byrd of Sugar Tree. Both are
popular members of Sugar Tree
society, the bride being the charm
ing and attractive daughter of Mr.
Charles Zimmerman, and Mr. Coble
is an industrious and worthy young
man, a brother of Messrs. Coble
Bros., druggists and merchants at
Sugar Tree. The bridal party left
immediately after the ceremony for
Sugar Tree where Mr. and Mrs.
Coble will make their home. The
Ciieonicle joins in hearty con
gratulations and best wishes.
i.'r-ii'.u id n- . ) i i . 1 1 in .
M is. I 'at In line I'm sMn is sick
t h i - w el..
Mi-s Dora Llmoie is i i a i 1 1 lt
Winter se. ins to linger in thn
lap of spring.
11. D. Lawrence has gone to De
catur County U here he has Woik.
Uncle Dennis ('la)tnn, who has
been in veiy feeble health forsoino
time, is no better.
Mrs. Ollie Dividr-on has been
alh d to Lake County on account
f the illness of her brot her.
G ilbert, the six months old child
f Mr. and Mrs. Albert JIargis,
lied last, Sat unlay, and was buried
at the family burying-ground on
Sunday. It budded on earth to
bloom in Heaven.
Libert v, April 28.
Smvi;i! cu i'('sHiinlriicc.
Fooler Melton is no better, wo
regret to learn.
Charles Melton of Eva visibd
here Saturday and Sunday.
Claude Melton of Mount Ziou
visited here Saturday and Sunday.
Quarterly meeting will be held
at Harmons Creek next Saturday
Rev. E. R. Cornier preached to
an attentive audience ai, Wesley's
Marshall Durden and family of
Flatwoods were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Childress Sunday.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Leander Holland died last Friday
night of brain fever. The burial
took place at Flatwoods Cemetery
Sunday. Services were conducted
by T. W. Pafford. The bereaved
family have the sympathy of tho
entire community in the loss of
their precious child.
Way, April 28.
A 1I. MIC SIIOWEU
Will Ho Given at the I'iirsonago Friday
KveniiiK, Slay 8.
Mrs. D. C. Johnsou invites you
to an entertainment given by her
at tho Methodist parsonage in
Camden Friday evening, May 8.
The donation of one dime solicited.
Instrumental music and sweet
songs will be an attraction of the
evening festivities. The Claudo
Hudson Concert Band will also
render delightful music on the oc
casion. A right royal and social
time is promised all who come.
Refreshments will be served in
the dining hall for one dime. Tho
proceeds of tho entertainment will
be used to repair the parsonage.
Mrs. D. C. Johnson.
To the Nashville Music Festival.
From April 29 to May 2 inclu
sive the Nashville, Chattanooga
and St. Louis Railway 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 Railway.
W. L. Danlev,
General Passenger Agent,
The Ciibonicle and the weekly
Memphis Commercial Appeal, 1.
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