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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NLWS.
Mix. J. ,T. Wcatlit'ily vihilnl at
Hollow Ilo k last Fiidiy.
.I utiles .IciVrcy of Men phis sjvlll
Sunday li.ro with his family.
Mh.-u'h I!!!',.' .mil Lilli I'-atn
Rrc luTt on a vi.dt to friends.
(.iiifM a tin in I e r from lien- join.
'd I'ih xi'iitsioii to Nashville.
1.U'T it ri.iii
ia)v nt Hollow u
lillipK ppent a few
lock tli is wi'i k.
Vv'. L. Morris is making impairs
and improvements on his dwelling.
is. Aim Morris moved to lier
new liomt in Webt End Saturday.
Hon. J. A. ("lenient was at Paris
on professional buMWSH Tuesday.
ul in 1 1 id ilis of Manley ville
is the gue.st of He v. and Mrs. J. M.
Miss Kate Johnson is visiting
in Elatwoods, the guest of Mies
The County Democratic Execu
tive Committee, will meet hero on
rxt Monday. .
s Earle Hartley, who left hero a
few months ago for Anuiston, Mo.,
is at homo on a visit.
Mrs. M. S. AVeatherly and child
of Hardin, Ky., aro hero on a visit
to relatives and frienda
II. G. Hudson and IX. W. Ayrcs
ar3-olf this week on an extended
tup up Tennesseo River.
Mrs. E. L. Hudson and children
have been spending a few days at
Coxburg with her parents.
Marshal Combs is having gravel
-x spread on some of the streets, and
other repairs are being made.
Mrs. Lou M. Hudson and little
Vjjj$iter of Jonesboro, Ark., Lave
JflC hero on a visit, leaving for
The public school opened last
Tuesday. Professor Deen is as
sisted, by Miss Ivey, a young lady
cf QCt.m County.
illter Louis Smith of Bristol,
Ya.', who has been here on an ex
tended visit to relatives, left for
Jim C. Durden moved up from
Eva last week. Ho will reside at
thelplace recently vacated by J.
Joe J. "Weatherly and John W.
Garrett have recently improved
their dwellings by a generous ap
plication of paint.
u J. T. Bray and family of
Eggvaile have returned from an
.,''11 'J. J. 1 .1 1
enjoy aDie visit 10 lrieuus uu rei
atives in Mississippi.
Cnrby Lowry and family of Hoi
low Rock are guests of the family
of his father-in-law, Clerk and
Master A. G. McDaniel.
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s,.i;or tne last wees wacons nave
busy delivering lumber at
J'pot for shipment. James
, ,. wfjiudson is. also busy cutting
il fehmbeT and putting it on the road
1 .ki TViVc. TT. V. McGill was called
' to Plrypit Sunday by the illness of
hersiCer-in-law,Mrs. William ilc
Elyear who died Tuesday, we re
gret to learn. The deceased was a
niece of our countyman, Judge L.
J)t s Jjc. King ol Indian Terri
torVl&ed through here Wednes
day-enroute to Holladay to see
his grandfather, Dr. Hugh .Leslie
who is in very feeble health.
Castor i a
For Iafants and Children.
Tfee Kind Yea ta tojs Eought
IV 1'. Brown returned home last1
Sunday fiotn I'mi-mmis and other
points con! h of here.
Thotv who have returned from
the Sunday school convention at
llamblo Creek report an interi'st
ing, pleasant tiuie.
W.A.Ste. h-, Dr. E. M. McAuh-y
and Millard and Alon.o MeJ)aniel
h-ft Wednesday morning for Ten-,
ne.Ki.ee lltver on a fishing expedii
C. l' llatner and family of Mc
Crorry, Ark., who were called to
Vale by tin; illness of his brother,
Mit llanier, are hern on a visit, the
guests of J. J. Weatherly.
Mrs. C. N. Travis and son, Or
ville, who have been spending a
few veek3 hero with friends and
relative?, left yesterday for their
heme at Washington, D. C.
Mrs. E. E. Travis of Memphis
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. McUhp. She is accom
panied by her sister, Maude, who
has been visiting at Memphis.
We inadvertently failed to men
tion last week the visit of Rev. Tom
Lowry of Union City, who preach
ed at the Methodist Chinch, lie
is a nephew of our townsman, T.
County Clerk W. D. Cooper has.
ssned marriage licenses to George
H. "Woolever aud Mary McFarland,
Jesse Wheatley aud Julia Patrick,
"Walter "White and Erio Cherry,
J. K. Gossett and Ira Bateman,
vat;ii in on 1 Vltn Unci
II IJllUUi AU IUJ11 UUli XJltd J-IUQUllly
M. E. Phifer and Johnie Farmer,
J. A. Allen and Lou E. Clement
Colored Walter Carroll and Rosa
Miss Lou Clement and J. A Al
len were happily married at the
homo of the bride's father, Hon
J. A. Clement, yesterday forenoon
Rev. J. M. Pickens officiating
They left at onco for Nashville to
spend a few days. The groom is a
sou of ex-Trustee D. J. Allen, anil
is one of the county's most sue
cessful young teachers. The bride
is one of Camden's most popular
young ladies, and has a host o
friends whom we join in wishing
for them a long and happy life
The Clinton, Ky., aggregation
of ball players struck Camden las
week, and took two of the series o
games played here. The first game
went to the visitors by a score o
10 to G. Friday a double-header
was pulled off. In the first game
the home team won a splendid vie
tory, the score being 15 to 1. The
second game went to the visitors,
Score, 2 to 0. This was ono of the
best games ever seen on the loca
diamond, and it seems to be the
general opinion that the home
team would have taken the game
if the battery had been given the
same support received in the pre
There must be "something in
the air" with reference to the
old Camden Bank and Trust Co,
matter, and further developments
in connection therewith may be
looked for shortly.
Ex-Mayor Watkins of Chatta
nooga, general couucellor for the
State of the Fidelity Deposit Co
and Hon. E. L. Bullock of Jack
son, also councellor for the above
company, have been here this wee
looking into the matter, and they
have intimated that under the cir
cumstauces the company is not li
able for the bond of Receiver D
Mr. Hudson has made no settle
ment with the depositors, and it is
intimated that he will by asked to
i resign the rcceiveiship.
LIQUOR DfALCHS' SCHFME.
lit ga.dlesH of politics and jai-
vato interests, it can lx pretty safe-
y alii nncd that the Adams law will
not be repealed.
Tho best ami most progressive
sent wm nt in the State was in favor
f this bill, as was proud by the
learly endor?ement its passage re
ceived all over Tennessee.
The men who have been working
or temperance legislation have
earned of late much in the way of
prudence and patience, and they
mvo finally reached the point
where they are supported by pub
ic sentiment and can avail them
selves of its strength.
The growth of such sentiment
ins been normal nnd steady, and
the Adams law represents a well-
won and firmly established gain,
not a spirit of spasmodic reform.
Such a work is not going to be un
done in Tennessee, and many sen
sible liquor men so believe.
Should the issue be made by the
iquor men, there is but one course
for the Democratic party to pursue
with self-respect and hope of suc
cess. It can no mere alfdrd to al
ienate the element that stands be
hind the Adams law than it could
afford to make a political dicker
over a matter of principle as it is
conceived by so many.
The Democrats of Tennessee are
not going to hitch themselves to
any forces that would fight against
the best and most advanced public
sentiment in the State. The liquor
men would be wise not to attempt
this impossible task.
FROM CEDAR GROVE.
Mrs. Susie Arnold of Chalk Hill
Is visiting relatives here.
S. H. Williamson of Hollow
Rock visited here Sunday.
E. M. Bennett and wife spent
Sunday here with relatives.
J. S. Hall spent Sunday at Cam
den with his brother, S. H. Hall.
Misses Ada Moriarty and Media
Wilhelms visited at Garfield Sat
Mrs. Annie Pierce of Cotton's
Creek is spending a few days here
William Kennon and wife of Big
Sandy visited the latter's brother,
J. T. Towusend, last week.
Rev. E. It. Conder will begin
the protracted meeting at Pleasant
Hill next Sunday at 11 a. m.
Mrs. Steven Herrin and Miss
Ethel Herrin of Wyly visited the
family of J. B. Nance last week.
Misses Anna and Willie Dickson
of Hollow Rock have been visiting
their sister, Mrs. L. H. Elmore.
William Robertson and daught
ers, Misses Sallie and Pearle, of
Buena Vista visited relatives here
A glorious meeting closed last
night at Mount Carmel. There
were over twenty conversions and
sixteen additions to the church.
Cedar Gsove, September 1.
John Elmore of Sawyer's Mills,
who is charged with violating the
age of consent law, and whose pre
liminary trjal was continued week
before last, waived examination
before Justice J. M. Castile last
Saturday and in default of bond
he was committed to jail to await
the action of circuit court, which
meets here in October.
An entertainment given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mc
Elyea Monday evening was large
ly attended and greatly enjoye d by
tho younger set.
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1 1 ATS. CAPS
AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
Wo are preparing to remove our stock to Arkansas, so to
reduce it as much as possible in tho short tim-3 we have to
stay in Camden we offer you anything wo have in our house
AT ACTUAL COST AND LESS.
This is a genuine offer, and to convince you that we mean
exactly what we say, call and look at our goods and tho prices
we will make on them, and if you are uot convinced that you
can buy of us at a saving of from 10 to SO pr cent, don't buy.
Under any circumstances don't buy ebowhere until you have
seen our prices, for it
MEANS MONEY TO YOU.
The prices on everything in our stock will bo cut down
staples in Underwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Notions, aud in
fact everything we have
Saturday, August 15, and wil' last only a short while until
wo havo completod 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
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Next session begins Monday August 31, 1903, and con
tinues ten school months.
Every facility offered for a thorough education for
boys and girls. All the departments will be in charge
of experienced teachers, and the school is better pre
pared than ever for comfort, convenience and thorough
instruction. Charges reasonable.
For catalogue apply to the principal,
A. M. SMITH.
All who are iuJubleJ to nn, either by
note or arcount, wiil haw e.-.l 'oy rom i nsr
forward and paying the debt at once.
We r.re clcsin; up our book?, as we e:
jei't to move to Arkansas by November
, and we taunt have what you owe us by
not later than October 1. After that date
von will have to settle with .'tn ol!icer.
Save c-.- by fi.mii.!? in and paying.
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