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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NLYVS.
-I 1). .1. (IniliMinnf 15ii' Sfiii'lv wiih
iiv town Tiu ndivy.
W. 1 1 iclw in tpendiiig a few
days fit Big Sandy.
Jndgo W. T. Morris lias been
indippoHid thin wct-k.
J. 1). Crocker of Hollow Rock
was in town Wrduodny.
.J William Sehuub of Jackson wkh
here on bubini'bB tliis week.
Claude Lashleo of Clydotun vis
ited relatives here this week.
Homer Parker, Waller Lowry
and Allen Wyun of Faxon were in
j Charley Hawkins was elected
j mayor in the municipal election at
j Huntingdon this week.
J : J. A. Allen has moved to Lick
j Creek, where he will engage in
i j farming,
j MiB3 Ida Milam of Yuma came
over Sunday to see friends, return
ing home Monday.
Miss Corrinne Travis of McKen-ziehafrboeu-the
guest of Mrs. Mary
Yarbrough this week.
Daniel Clement, who has abuild-
iug contract at Dickson, spent a
few days at home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hooser have
taken the Clement house, where
they are at home to their friends
, Mrs. X. J. Dodd, Ed Dodd and
Mrs. J. II. Whitfield of Sulphur
Springs, Ark., are here on a visit
Dr. D. Garfinkle, the eminent
eye specialist, of Nashville will be
in Camden next Tuesday to remain
, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Morri
son and child of Clarksville have
been visiting the family of J. G.
County Clerk W. D. Cooper has
issued marriage licenses to J. H.
Hastings and Lena Lindsey, Scott
Betry and Loudie Farmer, L. L.
(: Crockett and Georgia Sparks, An
draw Acuff and Geneva Brevard,
"W. H. Hooser and J. H. Sullivan.
i Owing to going to press a little
''$,) earlier than usual last week we did
ot get the marriage of Mr. W. H.
"'Tooser and Miss Joe Sullivan on
0 previous evening. The mar-
,fage, which was known only to a
,'few friends o the happy couple
The ceremony was performed by
Bev.,J. M. Pickens in a beautifu
anut impressive way. The bride is
tj.4 -daughter of Mrs. P. Melton
and is a most charming young lady
Mr. Hooser is the assistant cashier
of the Benton County Bank, and is
held in the highest esteem as a
citizen and a moral christian gen
tleman. The Chronicle heartily
ins in congratulations and bes
ryi !;es for a happy future.
,von't fail to read' the advertise
ments in TnE Chroniclb this
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" V 60 different rames all new
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at your Grocer'a.
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Judge- li. E. Davis has opened a
rocery More at the old Lashlee
otner, on the noutheast corner of
Rev. Mr. Beatsley of Enst Teil
eshee, a non-nectarian minister,
will preach at the court-house to-
ioiiow evening at the usual hour.
Everybody is cordially invited.
The remains of Ferd Saunders,
who died at his home near Chalk
jevel Sunday night, were given
nterment at Camden Cemetery
uefcday forenoon. Burial nervi-
es were conducted by Bev. J. M.
'ickens. His death probably re
sulted from exposure and injuries
received in a fall the first of last
week. Tho deceased was a eon of
. W. Saunders, and leaves a wife,
o whom we extend sympathy,
Wre have received a copy of the
program lor the lourtli annual
meeting of the AVest Tennessee
Farmers' Institute, to be held at
Jackson on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, December 8, 9 and
0, 1903. The institute is held un
der the auspices of the Department
of Agriculture of Tennessee. W.
Wr. Ogilvie,commissioner,has pre
pared a splendid program, and an
interesting and instructive session
is promised all who attend the in
stitute this year.
A. II. Gibson, of the firm of A.
II. Gibson k Co., died at his home
in South Camden at an early hour
Wednesday night. He was taken
sick with a chill the first of last
week, and grew rapidly worse all
the lime till the hour of his death.
Mr. Gibson, who was a son of L
W. Gibson,, was a prominent man
ufacturer of tobacco, a progressive
business man, and was a general
favorite among a large circle of
friends and acquaintances. He
leaves a widow and two children,
to whom we extend condolence
and sympathy. The burial took
place at Camden Cemetery yester
WE WANT THEM NOW.
Will some enterprising and pa
triotic, reader of TnE Chronicle
who wants to Bee Benton Connty
represented at the great St. Louis
World's Fair next year take the
time and trouble to send us a peck
of extra good wheat and 30 ears or
more of the best specimens of corn
that can be found.
In order to make Tennessee's
agricultural exhibit at the world's
fair complete, Hon. B. A. Enloe
secretary and director of exhibits
for Tennessee, wants a specimen
of corn and wheat from every
county in the State. Other coun
ties are wheeling into line, why
If some one will gather the spec
imens and bring them to us at The
CnnoNiGLE office, we will tag them
with the grower's names and wil
see to their shipment.
It is necessary that we do this
at once. Don't wait on the other
fellow, but take the matter in hand
now and send us the exhibits.
LET IS HATE l'OCK ORDER.
Have yon read it? Wo' mean
our great clubbing arrangemen
with the Atlanta Constitution and
the Sunny South.
Look it up on another page o
TnE Ciironisle, and let us have
your order. 1 The guessing contes
of the Constitution closes January
12, 1901. You may win the bi
premium by subscribing now.
TnE Chronicle and the weekly
S Memphis Commercial Appeal, SI.
II. O'Ouinn is able to be out
.;ain, after a t evt re attack of the
Our hubtling pea buyer, O. P.
iUsniee, i,na Uoutrlit several tlious-
Mrs. John W. Maiden has just
returned from a visit of several
ays to relatives at Huntingdon.
Mrs. Gate wood and Mrs. Blanch
'etty of Dickson spent Thanksgiv-
ng with their sister and aunt, Mrs.
Our farmers are about through
gathering corn and picking pea
nuts, for which they aro receiving
ery eatibfactory prices.
George K. Gatewood was down
a few days last week to see home-
olks and friends. He still has to
use crutches because of injuries
received in a railroad wreck last
I notice that our friend, W. II.
looser, the polito and accommo
dating, assistant cashier of the
Benton County Bank, and Miss
oo Sullivan, one of Camden's ac
complished young ladies, had mar
ried. May success and happiness
attend them, is the wish of their
many friends in the tenth district.
No young man has ever come into
our county that has gained and
leld the confidence and esteem of
our people more than has Horace
looser, and our doors should ever
be open to welcome such high-
oned, christian young men as he
las proven himself to be.
Beaverdam, December 1.
FROM CEDAR GROVE.
A. E. Crossnoe of Egprville vis-
ted here Sunday.
Miss Lura Ityan of Brietowvis
ited here last week.
W. A. Pickler of Hollow Bock
was here Wednesday.
Lawrence Smith of Dry Creek
visited here last week.
Wilson Bresson has moved his
family here from Missouri.
S. L. Bronghton and family of
Liberty visited here Sunday.
E. E. Fry and W. A. Lashlee of
Camden were here last week.
A. G. McDaniel and B. G. Hud
son of Camden were here Saturday
Mrs. M. B. Fry and children of
Camden visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Townsend, last week.
An enjoyable entertainment was
given the young folks at the home
of J. H. Harper last Wednesday
Cedar Grove, December 1.
By agreement the Democratic
candidates for county offices have
arranged a few dates for speaking,
Camden, December 7.
Bevider, December 9.
llolladay, December 19.
Cosburg, December 11.
Chalk Level, December 12.
Eva, December 14.
Faxon, December 15.
Enloe, December 16.
Big Sandy, December 17,
Eggville, December IS.
Speaking to begin at 1 o'clock p. m.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
I will hold my quarterly exami
nation at Camden Monday the 7th
day of December, 1903.
All teachers desiring a certifi
cate must be present.
When in need of nice stationery
send us your orders.
The CnnoxiCLE and the weekly
Memphis Commercial Appeal, SI
.no JViiui urn iiavo Always
turo ol Clius. II. Fletcher, and lias been mado under liU
personal supervision for over ;) -years. Allow no ono
to dcoelvo yon iu this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
JiiHt-iiH-rnod"' aro but I? pertinents, and endanger tho
health of Children Kxpcrtcnto against JIx pertinent.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria i-s a harmless suhstituto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Koothiiur Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Rnreotio
substance. Its nre is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Peerishness. It cures Diarrlnea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
ami Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and ltoweis, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panaee:vTho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMt eCNTftUR COMPANY. TT MURY STRCCT, NEW YORK CITY.
OF NASHVILLE, TENN.,
INVENTOR OF THE FAMOUS
Will be at Camden
the Bell House from Tuesday, Decem
ber 8, to Tuesday,
He invites every man, woman and
Eyelids, Sore Eyes, Watering, Itching, Burning, Smarting, Gumming
or any kind of Eye trouble, to call on him and he will Examine the
Eyes with the Latest Optical Instruments, and will give one sample
bottle of his WONDERFUL EYE REMEDY to every sufferer
ABSOLUTELY FREE. He also
FINEST and BEST SPECTACLES on hand. It does not matter
how weak, near-sighted, or farigltted your eyes are, he surely can
and will suit you so as to enable you to soo good and bright, and give
satisfaction and delight, and at a very reasonable pricfor first-class
work. Remember the eyesight is priceless, and the fitting of Lenses
depends upon the skill of thp Eye Specialist, the quality of the Len
ses, and the adjustment of the Frames to the face. Eye strain pro
duces more Headache than all other causes combined, but when the
eyes are properly fitted it is a sure cure for such headaches. There
is no other permanent remedy for it. School children are often re
dered dull and backward, not from lack of natural intellige'-
because they have bad eyes, which make a close applicr'
so painful as to bo intolerable. Parents and schoc1
not neglect this important matter, as it migh
gent child of an otherwise stupid one. V
Remedy has cured thousands of people in
hundreds of dollars to doctors for other
ing any benefit whatever. A free samr
can bo cured. Consultation and Exa
be seen every day at the BELL IIO I j
until Tuesday, Decesubor 15. 1
lioiiirht lias xirun iUo, m.m,:i
and can be seen ai
December 1 5.
child who suffers with Granulated
has over 3,000 pair of the VERY