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vol. xxvn. no.
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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
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A $10,000 Den of
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A Team of Magnificent Siberian Camels
A Hundred Horses and Ponies
if.YJn. HelFOHjBBFlca'a Greatest Somersault pep
The IVlellette Family, Kings and Queens
of the air
Tie Jennes Fanihj of
fit 'J'.' fc' F;ii2-fc-.
'V 10.000. VAUMUMVUL
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p lapses! popular
Bigger, Better $
LL NEW AND NOVEL ACTS
FREE STREET PARADE AT 10 A. M.
fvo pepfoFBances, at
P A P P
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Acrobats and TunMeis
WORLD'S CHAMPION FOUR
OF SHOWMEN OF AMERICA
WILL POSITIVELY BE THE
ONLY BIG SHOW
To Visit This Section This Year
Price lm on Earth
Grander Than Ever
AND FEATURES FOR THE SEASON
nv. l he t'rnora is ason or Am rew
2 and 8 p. m.
(Ifore M. Drooks of Mvrtin in
in tin city this week.
Miss Matt in Clfinent id visiting
fit Dickson this vt-k.
J)r.T. 15. Cantirll of Dig Sandy
wns iii the city Tm nihiy.
lnia Fry of Coxtmr whs here
Tucsihiy nml AVfilncsday.
Mrs. M'fiL'L'it! "Whitlichl is visit-
rt'lativi's nt Manle) ville.
W. II. Ilooscr niul A. Y. Dowlos
were at Di'r Samlv WcdnesJav.
Dx-Marbhal E. G. Flowers is
moving to his farm in the eighth
Dr. F. M. McAuley went to Dig
Sandy on professional business
The Dig Sandy-Camdfn game of
ball yesterday was 21 to 11 in favor
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Williams
of Nashville visited relatives liere
Joe J. Weatherly was in Nash
ville this week, buying fov T. J.
ivry &. Co.
J. A. Potts, buyer for Stigall t
:ts, is in Cincinnnti and Louis
e this week.
c Holland ot Irezevantwas
shaking hands with friends ou our
streets last Saturday.
jlrs. Millie .Lloyd of. iNashville
the latter part of last wee
spending the week with
. Clement are
spending the week with relatives
and friends on Lick Creek.
Enoch Harris, who has been in
Nashville sometime with John F.
Deaton, returned home Monday.
Eugene Travis of Memphis was
called home last Friday by the ill-
ness of his father, Dr. It. D. Travis.
C. II. Kennon has moved to the
place recently occupied bv D. D.
Johnson, and is now a citizen of
John D. Anderson has resumed
his place at PressonVdrug 6tore
flin.RftPr an illness of about RftV
s .11. i . w
oandy last oaiurday nmiir. jonn
Hale was taken ill early in the
evening, and died about 10 o'clock.
J. D. Crocker moved to Carroll
County this week and will reside
at the Phillips place near Hollow
Rock, which he bought last winter,
W. K. Hicks of Dig Sandy was
in the city Tuesday and qualified
as justice of the peace. Mr. Hicks
" was recently endorsed for thepo-
sition at Big Saady by a handsome
The protracted meeting begins
at the Methodist Church on next
Sunday. The castor. Dev. J. M.
Pickens, has the assurance that
Dev. Tom McGill of Martin will
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ed tne prisoner over to onernrd.
ii. Jjancaster ot Liinden, wuo came
after him Wednesday. The arrest
wa3 made at a lumber camp in the
thirteenth-district on Tennessee
Iliver. Goodman is wanted in Per-
ry County on the charge of dis-
turbing public worship.
Miss Vinnie' Herrin and Urley
Lockhart of Wyly were married that was rendered was one attrac
last Sunday. Justice F. E. Cuff tion following another. The rid-
soiemmzeu me ngnis or mainmo
i iii ii i
Lockhart, deceased, and the bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Herrin. The happy couple
have our best wishes that their attendance. The Democrat, Ham
fondest hones may be realized, .ilton, O., May 13.
ARL TOO BUSY
V3 U Xno-'J
To write an advertisement shoeing their Big Bar-gains
You are invited to drop in at any time and see the BIG
"SURPRISES" they've got for you.
Joell llassell of Drecheen spent
n few days here wtth friends this
week. Mr. llassell is thinking of
returning to his old home down in
the tenth district
J. J. Cole of Garfield was here
on business Saturday. Mr. Cole
is thinking of moving to Camden
ou ftcCount of the health of his
fnm;iv ,m,1 wo l.n li will rWidn
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to locate among us.
After spending a few months in
Camden, Mart Frazier has sold his
interests in the grocery business
of Drowning k Frazier to Lewis
D. Drowning and returned to his
farm in the country.
C. C. Thompson has closed out
his grocery business at the depot,
and will engage in the poultry and
egg business with G. M. Brooks
The style of the new farm will be
George M. Brooks, with headquar
ters m bouth Canjdeu-
he Hedges & Mcl'oil Comedy
Company have been giving exhi
bitions here this week. Though
Bma11. tbe show is a very creditable
one, good songs and dancing bein
children and the Hedges Brothers
ftre Pleasing in their lines, lhe
I lunr rrrv!ir1 nr. tho rnn rr. linn BP. AST.
night attest to the merits of the
show. No show tonight. There
will be a change of program for the
performance tomorrow night.
The leading feature of the Oc
tober Olympian, the well-known
Southern magazine published in
Nashville, is an article on "The
Race Problem, by L. AV. Carm
ackr United States Senator from
Tennessee. In his discussion o
this vexed problem Senator Carm
ack takes Ul advancecl Srotllui
inat lIie i-meemu Amenameui w
lue Constitution was a politica
blunder ot a serious order, and
tbat U ougllt to be rePeale(1- IIe
closes the article with the wish
Hint if rmrlif hf nnsRilitft tndpnnr
Hiq rana in nt lipr slinrps. Ihfttthfi
Kanotnr ia n ctriknuv mil torr-i i m
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this Olympian article.
The Harris Nickel Plate Circus
gave one of its entertaining exhi-
bitions in this city Friday on the
grounds northsido of East High
Street. The exhibition of animals
was interesting and the program
i ; v. i c -1 i
- ing, aeruumu; itjic., 6um
oi me uesi ever snowu in mis cuv.
The show has certainly earned
its reputation and a return date at
any time will assure them a good
lli'ulitr oi invspomli'ii fc
I. V. M errick was at Camden 011
James Murray of Fulton, Ark.,
is visiting relatives here.
AV. r. Diggs made a business
trip to Lexington Monday.
II. II. Hilliard visited his moth
er near Huntingdon last week.
. C. Hilliard of Huntingdon is
visiting relatives here this week.
Lester Hudson and John Spell
ings of Duena Vista were here on
business last week.
Mrs. A. II. Pritchard of Tesca,
Ok. T., is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Harris.
Profs. A. M. Smith and N. D.
Frazier attended the association
at Chestnut Hill Saturday.
Miss Mollie Hudson of Camden
is spending the week with her sis
ter, Mrs. Ida Merrick, who is very
sick with fever.
The Holladay High School base
ball nine crossed bats with the lo
cal team here Saturday, defeating
the latter by a score of 21 to 8.
Holladay, September 22.
FROM CEDAR GROVE.
John Spellings of Buena Yista
was here last week.
L. II. Lockhart of Wyly was in
this locality last Friday.
Dennie Marshall of Garfield vis
ited friends here Sunday.
Jack Frost put in his appear
ance last Friday morning.
Tom Hall now finds its conven
ient to spend his Sundays near
Mrs. W. F. McGill and daughter
visited relatives near Eggville last
W. L. By an and sister, Miss Lu
ra, of Dristow spent Sunday here
Dev. J. T. Sparks preached the
funeral of Mrs. Mary Stigall, de
ceased, at Prospect last Sunday.
T. II. H. Presson, I. N. Melton,
F. A. Droughton, J. F. Smothers,
P. J. Floyd and Mrs. F. M. Den
nett attended the quarterly meet
ing at Mount Vincent last week.
Cedar Grove, September 22.
Dick Shirley, colored, of Mclll
wain was taken to the asylum at
Dolivar Saturday by Sheriff R. D.
McCord and Deputy Sheriff G. II.
Tor Infants and Children.
Tl;3 y Ycu Have feys Bought