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TW r: w m X X!. CAMDEN'. TEN.V. 11:1 DAY. AlUl'ST .', Is'.r,. W. : :: N u. il A Ml J c a lvJ! 1 1 i i I Wish to Call LOCAL AND iONAL NLWS. .iint f hi health, Mr. .1. jr., Iuh !( i:r?M d hi jio.si- ki oor Aitennosi Ml lien i E. Tt.it v . fill I 31 r. . I . IlnriiM.ii.t.I Jloliuday, (j1)U n t,,. ,,.,, sl().,. ,,( jjr- j; (' v,(H down Moml.iy. Bushim' 'I'l l I 1 ... . . . I I ... . . r 1 . JlliMMiinn 111 ihm iniinn. .Ilrr-rrt. i f!l Is .! ( il'l s, 'I 1"! I K-e H l lick I tiller. n, I.,.,.,, ('. ;1!,,v,,v ,,r II" S.l!l V. - J ' - ' J 1 visited n l it i vt-H lit re tin' latter pai t Thj! t.'iu Season will Soon be Past for Selling Summer l3wns, Chaliies, was in town Mn lay. and Woritoch, Straw Hats, Oxford Tics and Tan Shoes. I can Savo m.. vr ji !;- ,,f Hnntin"don To the Fact You from 25 to 50 Per Cent, if Y u Come and BUY NOW! Don't Wait Too Late, an! Don't Listen to What Others May Say, but Come and See fur Yourself and bo Convinced that I MEAN BUSINESS! Remember, that Goods Of all kinds arc Advancing in the Market. Your Time to Buy is Be fore the Advance Reaches Here. I have a Large Stock of Shoes on Hand that was Bought Before the Advance that are Selling Like Hot Cakes. So you see, I can SAVE YOU MONEY by Trading with Me. Remember, I Mean What I Say. and these Goods Mast and will be Sold! Ycurs Anxious to Please, JOHN W. BATEMAN errm oonege, MARTIN, TENN. win over last .Saturday. Mr. T. J'.. Hen in, of AVyly, was a 1 tip on mtsiness JMoiiday. Cull on .lack Fuller fur fust-class fclmviiiLf mill liuir cuttiiiL'. Mr. J. A. Barnes, of Big Sanely, win up on business Monday. Mr. B Thrill, of North Dakota, is hero this week on busint ss. The new residence of Mr. B. C. lllshing iK'firi ni completion; Mrs. Alex. Dell returned homo Sunday from a visit near AVyly. Mrs. WillS. Corhitt and children have returned from a short visit at 4 9 f ix-rior utlvniitnires in Music. Art. Elocution. Classical. Literary f f and Commercial Departments. i Board, tuition, lights and fuel from T2 to !?14 per scholastic i innntli. Includiiifj; music, art or elocution, only 1 more. Tho a f ..Hi.. i c ...i i.., r. it'ti- r.. t,.l. ,,.! f 1 litll U'llJl in fills kt JHemui'l I, lO.'J. II UU 1AU iiiuuuui; UlUl i t nllinr n fiirm n i Iin ' AVyly. List your lan.l with tl-o -st on professional business Jennesseo Land and Immigration in.-don BeimMicnn Conijiauy. Ot 1K;1 Week. Mrs. W. L. Mcll'io km returned 1m nut' from nn extended v isit nt Ked Boiling Sjirin-i, Kiin:: ion Sjirinqs and Nn- hvilh'. Mr. Alex. Bivens. fomoositor on th" Himtiiiijdoii Democrat, caine in Tuesday to spend n week or two with holm folks. Mr. E. L. Phillips and family, of Houton,Tex., arc isitint; Camden relatives, and are tho quests of Mrs. Mary Yailirou;;h. Messrs. Lashlee k Crocker uro making hoiiu iinprovcineiits on the livery stable property on the south bide of tho sipiarc. Attorney J. T. Peeler took in Camden and Tre.evant this week llunt- r. w IICTKRS, A. M. IJresident. J Howard Utley and family have Mrs. Ma-;,'io AYhitficld has re- moved to Benton County, where turned from n visit to relatives at they will reside in the future.-- Manlyville. Iluntintrdon Demticrat. Mr. S. M. Rhodes, of Milan, was Scissors sharpened for the ladies up on business Saturday, returning for ir, (.,.us. Kazors sharpened for homo Sunday. 25 cents, nnd warranted six months Sidney L. Peeler, esij,, was over by Jack Puller. Try him. at AYaverly AVednesday cm profes- Another Collins excursion is nn sionol business. nounced for An Hist, lo. The round Mrs. E. M. McAuley and child trip to Nashville is 25, and $5.25 have returned from a visit to rela- to Chattanooga and return. tives at Bii Sandy. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. The protracted meetings will be- J. A. Clement has been very sick OR CAMDEN, TENN. gin ftt Cmk Hill aud Rushiugs eince Monday, and little hopo is loans. Money to its Stockholders on Real Estate Security. Stock will Creek next Sunday. entertained for its recovery. Mature ?n Six Years . I rhnrlov T.ond rolnrod. dmd vorv Denntv Marshal W. a. Kirk, of suddenly in South Camden Friday ITolhulay, stopped in town a short evening of last week. while AVednesday while en route i Mr. Bob Ayres is very sick this U the Mouth of Sandy and Paris. week from an attack of fever, lie Misses Lillie Bruce, of Jackson, and Nora Pinley aud Mr. Dennie Mrs. J. V. Travis and children purure, ot lUc-Kenzie, visited the Withdrawal Value.. 1, 000.00 linl 1 family of their uncle. Mr. J. V. I lilt) V tVllllliV.lt A l WLl J 11U1II (!) I lOlU I Pussell, this week. ft. THE HOME BUILDING, oan trf gavinue Ussoeiation CAPITAL, $ 1 00,000.00 SHARES, SI 00 00 DUES, 75 CTS. PER MONTH. HOAltO OF DIRECTORS. P. fi. IfriSON, l'rPH. F. K. McKLTKA. ' .lj VV. HATKM A N, V. I'rco. J. W. FI SSKLI.' W. K. MrKAK 8fcretary. J. O. I'KKSXON. A. It. IiUOtlKS, TrpH. YV. A.LASHLEK W. K. McCtXLOt'GH. ILLUSTRATION SHOVVINO COST And rrolltg to I'erson Carrying 10 Shares to Maturity: Valno at Maturity Sl.000.00 MemberNhip tee .. tl 1Iiiik. tt 'l.iiitlia . r4ll.l)ll Total cost 54r,.oo wftg some better yesterday. Stockholder's Profit S155.00 relatives at Paris and Como. VJhat is Mrs. M. E. Crim and daughter, Mr. Smith, who runs a saw-mill Miss Maggie, have returned from near Ilolladay, was badly injured in an extended visit at McEwen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. Dodd havo a runaway accident last Saturday. He is reported to bo seriously, but returned from an extended trip to uot fatally iniuml Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other t Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Texas and the'Iudian Territory. Mr. James Townscnd is receiv ing material to build a new dwell ing just west of his business house. Mr. L. 0. Lashleo is having im provements made at the old AVyly residenco previous to occupying it. To tho regret of the ladies of tho Licenses to marry have been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to J. B. Herrin and Mary Bland and Henderson Baber and Tinnie AVoodson, the last mentioned couple being colored. One of the largest Irish potatoes we have seen this season was grown Castoria. "Castoria is so well adapted tochfldronthat t recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." II. 'A. Auciier, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. " Tho use of Castoria ' Is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria Within easy reach." GiiiXiOS Mabtyn, D. 1)., New York City. Castoria. Cast ; euros Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, . Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion, Without injurious medication. son. "For several years I havo recommended your 'Castoria,' and shall always continuo to do so as it has invariably produced bencilciul results." Edwin F. Tarvko, M. D., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Tub CicNTAim Company, 77 Murray Stukkt, New York City nest Tennessee Land li Inmif atiou go., CAMDEN, "TENN. Take Options, Sell and Rent Land, Furnish .Abstracts, and do a General Real Estate Business. nit W. P. McGIIX, President. A. J. FAltMER, Vice-President. W. T. MORRIS, Sec retary. JD. O. HCIKSOJf, CorrospondinjT Secretary. J. V. TKAVIS. Anst. Corre sponding Secretary. W. E. McRAE, Treasurer. S. I PEKLER, Attorney. jL-rrou'rt'ixEU imoihiation write to d. o. hldson, camoes, tenn.j . T 11 1 1 ! 1 I 111 Jiivj 1 v 1 v . v 11 v ' . -. -w. ..... 7 town, uee, ineoiu gray livery norse, , .. . , 1 1 1 Till 1 I' I XV V . 1 ' v . . . . 1 1 10 no uiuiu, naniiLi uicu lust ivuuk. , . 1 i ji IVylllVl. pUttVUULO liUrVU U1.1.U lurvvn from the same garden that weighed family into the residence previous- over ouo pound. I ly occupied by Mrs. Fannie Ilut- M - , n, TillV nnmifv. Tl1d. ' came in AATednesdav t)rospecting Dr. J. II. McCall, of Hunting- for a i10me. Qur p(v0i)le are ready don, was here n few days the first to welcome all good citizens who of the week on professional busi- decide to cast their fortunes among ness. . ,IC! Tlmrn ia nletit.v of room, and Mrs. AAr. A. Yarbrough and child the invitation is extended to come. left Monday to visit relatives and he little child of Mr. and Mrs. friends near Jackson and Spring y. AV. Lashleo was attacked by a Creek. Irnw Fridnv evening of last week .. j . 0 and gored just above the eye. At Hock, passed through here yestor- first it was thought the child's eyo day returning home" from Henry had been destroyed, but an exami- County. nation showed that the eye had not Mr. Cass Presson was taken sick been injured. AVednesday evening aud removed Mr. D. A. Smith, of tho firm of to his home a few miles southwest Smith & Boper, manufacturers at of town. Ilobart. Ind., arrived here Tuesday, si Quite a number from here went and ie looking at our lands with a to Ilambles Creek where they at- view to becoming a citizen ot our tended church Sunday. Mr. and county. AA7e hope that he will de- Mrs. A. ft. Brooks were among tho cide to remove here, and wo want number, and meeting a number of to add that a hearty welcome will tho relatives of the former a family bo extended by our people to such reunion was held in tho afternoon. good citizens. Twu t .;, '1 j.'l:n ! (if I I - ,l.:il t, Ind., .Mi . i .. Vi'ill'.'.M nn-! Ciiail' H Ii I-,! li'idr, lr,e liriU ill l!;c county : i:uv hit ,rt ', , illi t!i" j.'v of li cnt it in i'ur mi 1 -t. TI11 y arc well pl 'icil w ith ll. u!t m County, and oiirp'-op!.' v il! extend 1 1 : 1 1 1 ale :u ly v.'i !coiih to (icr i:; Mr. J. W. H. Peeler and dnu'-lit-cr, Mrs. 1 5 f 1 1 CuiuiiiiliaM, and licr little daughter, Pva, were hero a few h'liiM Monday. Tliey wein on their way to tlu.ir lioni i in llin twcnti.tli district from Camden, where they had been visiting S. L. lY'.'ler. -HuiitinguMii Democrat. Slinot or li-'i in the projuT m hon and .;cajv the game warden by obsering th lawn. Many Stabs have m w gnnc and fiVh laws thisi year, ru.d if yon don't know them, i-eiid live '2-ci nt stanijis for a copy f the g'liue law islle of American Field, 'J I") State street, Chicago. Mis. S.illio l'riggs died at the residi nee of Mr. J. E. Tolly (where lie has ma le her home for a num ber of years) at an early hour yes tcrdamorniiiL'. Her health had iccn b;vl for a number of years, ami for the past two weeks her life was lisp: i red of mid her death w as not unexpected. Mie was a consistent member of the Methodist Church, and had many friends who will re- ret to learn of her death. The re mains will be interred to-morrow at Ch-lk Hill Comelerv. Miss Mary T. Hall, of AYestriorr, and Mr. C. JI. Cowell, of near this place, were united in marriage at the home of tho bride yesterday afternoon, Ilev. 11 M. Joyner offi ciating. Tho bride is a daughter of Mr. Edward Hall, of Carroll County, and Mr. Cowell is one of our most progressive and industri ous citizens. A reception and din ner will bo given to their friends at the home of tho bridegroom to day. AVo join in extending con gratulations and best w ishes. Xews was received here AVednes day of the death of John McAuley, who resided near Ilolladay. He had an attack of paralysis last Sat urday, and was unable to speak up to the time of his death, which sad event occurred Tuesday forenoon. The deceased was about seventy eight years of age, and one of the best citizens of the county. He leaves several children, his aged wife having proceeded him a few years ngo. Tho remains were in terred by the Masons AArednesday at Buena rista. Circuit court will convene here next Monday. The following are the most important cases on the civil docket: Martin Swindle vs. AV. C. B. Lewis; State of Tennessee for use of AAr. J. Barnes vs. J. C. AVheatley; M. A. Hatley vs. AV. I. Parmer; J. D. Pico vs. II. C. Wal ker; G. P. AVoods vs. L. A. AATyatt; J. D. Hicks vs. C. N. Sagen; J. G. Hudson vs. A. N. Walker. Tho action in the case of J. C. Broach vs. Ed. H. Puryear was reversed in the supreme court and a now trial has been ordered. Justice Smothers, of tho four teenth district, will be called upon to-morrow to dispense justice in a rather uncommon case of assault and battery. The beligerents are members of the opposite sex, and one, Mrs. Pronie AVebb, is thought to be seriously injured. Tho affair occurred near Palestine ono day last week, and. according to our re port, was participated in by Mrs. AVebb and young daughter, Mis3 Lee, Mrs. Ada Barnes and Miss M. Batemau. The trouble grew out of a dispute concerning some fruit, wo' understand.