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rtlfOUIMAL tWiU LUL.AL li LW5, J.X-lie"lhler II. U. 1 lUlold. IlO
is charged with selling whihky
1). 1. llmniris wan ut avcily (running a blind ti;; r in coiini c.
Monday, tioii with his biihiiichs) was bonu.l
t . ii. Mom whs at J i ' Sinn v ovt r to lh' circuit (oui t hy J imtice
Monday mid 'Tuesday.
A. J. Tllcy ll'lR IctlUlK (1 flOlll 8
trip to 1 1 on ry County.
Will P. Cutaway of Big Sun ly
vn in the city yesterday.
A. rolls left last Friday to
Hi the bandit Franklin.
A. N. Bresson Saturday. A war-
not was served on 1 airoru a few
weeks ago, but at tlio request of
the defendant the case was post
polled from time to t i mo until last
Saturday ho appeared for trial.
The Southwestern Baptist Uni
versity of JackHon, Tenn., is one of
CARD FROM J. A. liABtR.
To My li Icn.h of r.intiiti Cuiiiity:
1 havu been elected by the South
western Baptist University to the
headship of the normal college
department. The opening thus
presented for a great educational
work is certainly unique and most
inviting. The incorporation into
an old line univerpity of the nor
mal spirit and normal philosophy
ir nn event of more than ordinary
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1.' , i , -4 i r"M w - i'"' ntuiiiicii innt not oiny woi ks a Hiei
ixeuuiCKy io iimt lemuveb. ,M.,.HM;VI. ;. in.m in ibaKmifli :.. ...i ' - i ...
, . ... . i p " u out ouvwuu progress, out mm
Jj" -inoiup.son oi iahUYiue i lt ,,s MLslftinin uuie collets mid hnn nnr f,t.l,1 ,.f c-vw.. o,,,!
r.ert, on a visit to h parentn. tj1(, exrenses nro very reasonable. LnttinlU nr f,.
iianae unison is spending a indeed, lor ho large n bciiooi. j lie The Southwt stem liantist Uni
tiv; davs in Nashville, thia week. recent addition of Prof. J. A. I5n. vf,PL.; n.. ...:4.,4.,
j I I "lal-j la cuuunru mom u i iuii,
Iiwr !,. Ijer to the facultv w 1 inat v not). lni. rr
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place occujiicd by K. L. Hudson, uhuie the institution and add 0f 18,000 inhabitants, and is the
Sheriff il D. McCord and A. C. lll:inJ' I,ul,,,a froni 11,18 8(!ctl0n- property of the Baptist denomina-
Mcllae were at Waverly Tuesday
L. L. Stem can be found behind
tho couutor at Stiijall k rotts' this
A new daughter has arrived at
lio home of Mr. and Mrs. 15. F.
Several from here are attending
tho rovival-meeting at Flahvoods
bee 1)13 Card 111 tlllS lSSUe. tinn. The instruction nnd ponraeR
Miss Ethel Farmer, daughter of are entirely non-sectarian. Tho
frigeou Farmer, and David Gif- institution simply represents the
ford were married at Missionary denomination's effort to promote
Grove church last Sunday after- generalandhigher education along
noon, Justice A. J. Utley official- broad, christian principles. It is
ing, assisted by E. Dye. The at- denominational only in the sense
tendants were: Miss Ora Ford that Vauderbilt,Priueeton and Co
and C. C. Utley and Miss Liz.ie lumbia are denominational. Dif
Utley and J. II. Ilerrington. A ferent denominations are repre
large number of friends were pres. seuted in the faculty and the in
Percy Lowry is now traveling eut nt tie wedding, the church at stitution courts the good will and
for n well-known clothing house of hliRsinTinw drove beinrr filled tn mtrnna of nil trood neonle of
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Si. Louis. ' its full capacity. The bride is a whatever shade of belief. This is
(y Bob Whitfield, who is traveling youn lady of many charms and is especially true of the normal de-
v. Mississippi, is at home for a very popular in that community, partment. The best and quickest
few days. where she is known and esteemed preparation of teachers for the
James Jeffrey of Memphis join- fr ner many virtues and christian highest possible service in their
ed his family here last Friday for piety. The groom is a prosperous profession is our aim, and it is what
a few davs. planter of Dyer County, and is a we promise without doubt or qua!
C T r, reel een and familv are W 01111 S mau o exemplary habits, lhcation. It is no experiment with
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spending a few days with relatives! AUiJ ltu s R,s uul w u.es nue8
. m .i.i wr ineir uome ai uyersuurg. v e nas ueeu aim is oeiug lesiea wiin
. ham in toic iinrr t irvi a inv oiirl tho mnar ocenrmfr ntirl nncif iva ro
, ., . m J Will ill If i U Ai k 1.J 111 1-111 J KJ J U11V1 UliU W1VW V UKIUU111IL. UUU UUmilllV; IV
11. Eateman baa been spend- : . " u 1TT , , .
: T , t xr i -n i happiness. suits. e shall have perfect tree
C5 I - - i (rrr horn rrv nut thooa rncn ta
Dickson this week. A. W. Lucas at Eva. Tenn.. has : i i
' in nn aujjubuueiw uuu uuuei un-
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Mrs. li.JU.jaicuoru was caneuiopuu acres o! ncn uncieareu xenu- cumstauces that are favorable to
Huntingdon last week to see her essee River bottom land to lease on Ljie development of the greatest
tour years time, nmoer on saw teachers' college in the South,
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lanu nas oeen ueaueneu anu an is The teacbers courge be ns
under wire fence. This land will folloW8. (i Primary certificate
be cut up in large or small tracts on Secondary certificate
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to sriis lessors, luucn assistance cour8e. (S) Review courses. (4)
mine way ot learns aim supplies Advanced course in uedaffoirv.
will be furnished to reliable par- T re required for tlie
ties, it yon are lnteresiea iu uiis rnmnw?ftn nf -n th
t t ti 'ii: 1 l.l ,1 v. . x r
li 1110 see mm ut uuce. Yonr henrtv ronnPrat nn is earn-
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volToous and notions io x. o. uowry
gboes, MIdj, Org Roods,
1-1 ATS. CAl'S
AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
We are preparing to remove our stock to A rkanrp, io to
reduce it as much as possible in the short time we have to
stay in Camden we otter you anything we have in onr house
AT ACTUAL COST AND LESS.
This is a genuine olTor, and to convince you that we mean
exactly what we say, call and look at our goods and the prices
we will make on them, and if you are not convinced that you
can buy of us at a saving of from 10 to o0 per cent, don't buy.
Under any circumstances don't buy elnowhere until you have
seen our prices, jfor it
' MEANS MONEY TO YOU.
The prices on everything in our stock will be cut down
staples in Underwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Notions, and in
fact everything wo have
LOOK AIvIKIS TO
AND WILL BE SACRIFICED.
mother, who is very ill.
pjiss Donie Clement, who has a
Kciiool near Enloe, is spending a
short vacation with homefolks,
S. A. Clement of Enloe was in
the citv Friday. He took charge
ef the school at Plant Monday.
Co. He still retains I113 stock
estly solicited and your patronage
will meet with our highest efforts
for your welfare. We will receive
Ui -uiii-cx jr. Kecular covresnomlMioe.l
A protracted meeting is in prog- We are having good rains at witll thanks lists of names of pros.
toss at Cowell s Chapel tins week this writing. pective students, words of encour-
Tiie meeting at Liberty will begin
y Prof. J. A. Baber, representing
tho Southwestern Baptist Univer-
eity of Jackson, was in the city a
short while Tuesday.
TVTica Vr Nnrmon nf "F nltnn.
Ky., who has been spending a few lted at eir old home at Clydeton
months here with here aunt, Mrs
11. b. lonfcins has sold his tarm Bement either to them or to us,
to A. Lt. 1 hirer. rnllq for nnr larrro nniversitv rat,-
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Will Ureeneot old Humphreys alogue, university bulletin, special
Visited here last Week. rntnWno fnr rnllefrP nf tpnrliPrs.
Mrs. Kizzie Tonkins is spending circuars aild catalogues of other
a few Weeks at Camden. dfinnrfniPntH. nr am ntlier RRfiiKt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Pierpont vis-lftTU,fi vmi mAV rpnder.
Saturday, August 15, and will last only a short while until
we have completed arrangements for removing to our new
Remember, first come, first served, and come early before
the choice goods have all been sold.
THE BEE EE HIVE
Will be Held at ttomtien on Monday, the
34th Oay of Aujfust, 1903.
X C. Johnson, returned home last
" T. F. Mnrlor of Brecheen has
gone on business to Corinth, Miss.
Mrs. Marlor is visiting her moth
er 'Mrs. S. P. Utley, a few miles
ewst of Camden.
Carriage licenses have been is-
Assuring you of our desire to
help you and hoping to hoar from
J. A. Baber.
Jackson, Tenn., August 10, 1903.
Edgar Clement of Simon was in
Miss Kate Garner and William
Wyatt were united in
here last Sunday. They have a
host of warm friends who wish for
them a long and happy life.
We learn that the county cand
idates are beginning to hustle, but the ciy Wednesday
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uiey n not umiuu " When in need of nice stationery,
rauniiy so lar. vie tiiw iuuhugu OQ,i ,.,, ,.,i..D
8ned by Acting County Clerk G. to ihi the weatber is a little too send U8 UrouleiS-
I. Ureer to M . ih. w yau anu jvaie t tj t travel, anvwav. The CnnouieLE wants an active
f!nuer, I. W. Gifford and Ethel hjhe cfvmpaln,,! will be hot enough correspondent in every locality in
r Jner, J. U. Collier and Myrtle . , b j b Benton County. Write to us for
V oer, John Lindsey and Mamie Misg Ljzzie Farmer and Noah circular letter of instructions, etc.
Christopher. Davidson plichted their vows in We want the news of the county
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The Camden ball team scored the holy bonds of wedlock on last
an easy victory over Johnsonville Friday, Justice W. M. Blanks of
at CowelFs Chapel last Thursday, ficiating. The happy couple will
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rllDUcU X-S, DuiiuDi'iiMiiv " uoiucuroi viouu. iixuj ni'-j' "'
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. .e score. Anotuer gumc nao long anu prosper, is me wiau vi
and the Johnsonville aggregation Wiiitleyille, August 11.
nf bull tossers were again defeated,
the score bein" 21 to 18 in favcr The CnnosiCLE and tho weekly
X. Camden I Memphis Commercial Appeal, $1.
The Chronicle and the Nash
ville Daily News, both for $3.25.
CASTOR 1 A
Por Infants and Children.
Tha Kind You Kaya Always Bought
Hon. AV. W. Ogilvie, Stato com
missioner of agriculture, requests
a meeting of the Benton County
Farmers' Institute at Camden on
Monday, August 21, at 9 o'clock,
a. m., when the following program
will be carried out:
Horticulture Col. J. W. Hose
man, of Crockett County.
Live Stock Hon. 11. H. Kit
trell, State live stock inspector.
Theory and Common Sense in
Farming Capt. Thomas II. Paine
of Madison County.
Poultry Raising II oleomb Twob
ertson, of Chester County.
The Agricultural Department of
An important matter before the
institute will be the election of
delegates to the division institute
to bo held at Jackson in the fall.
All the people are cordially in
vited to attend.
FROM CEDAR GROVE.
S. G. Ryan of Briatow visited in
this community Sunday.
L. F. Watson and family of Gar
field visited here Sunday.
John E. Wataon was at Hollow
Bock on business last week.
II. L. Hall and J. H. Nance were
at Paris on business Saturday.
Mrs. M. J. Wilhelms was called
to Hollow Bock Saturday by the
illness of relatives.
Owen Ogles and family of Ar-
Tennessee Hon. W. W. Ogilvie, ikansas are here on a visit to old
commissioner of agriculture.
Good Roads Jerome H. Hud
son and J. P. Lashlee of Benton
Insect Enemies to Fruit Culture
Prof. S. M. Bain, of Knox Coun
ty. This lecture will be illustrated
with steriopticon views.
Our Rural Schools S. A. Myn
der, State superintendent of pub
friends aud relatives.
Mis3 Erie Boraar of Liberty is
visiting tho family of her uncle, J.
H. Bomar, this week.
Miss Cora Cole of Carroll Coun
ty is spending a few days here with
relatives and friend?.
Cirrus Guove, August 11.
I have a remnant of nice sum
nicr lints which will bo closed out