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TV J) o ' rr "NOT "tt n M ) r , V M 1 J v 1 4 v I i i Vi- XI. N". 17. camdi:n, ti:nn., i hiday. si:itkmi:i:i: m:. 11 J J 1 v j r. n . r J 1 Pi .0 A 1 Wo want to toll all our oustomors and friends that wo arc now prepared to show you a stoek oT oods that will open your eyes. We have a well selected stock of Dry (loods, Notions, Shoes, Hoots, I lats, (Japs, Jewelry, Hardware and the bitest line of Staple and Fancy (iroceries in Camden. Don't forget to call in and examine our stock. V) We take in exchange all kinds of Country Produce at the highest market price. Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing (lone in iirst-class style, at the lowest prices. Work guaranteed. All you have to do is to give us a trial and be convinced that we will treat you right. One price to everybody. STIC ALL & POTTS. 1 ' Heat Tennessee Land H Wption Go., CAMDEN, TCNN. Take Options, Sell and Rent Land, Furnish Abstracts, and do a General Real Estate- Business. Ull, XV. 1". 1I-; 1,1,, Pronldtnt. A. J. FA KM IK, Ylrr-rrri1riit. XV. T. MOIUUS, H retury. I, . Ill ItsON, -iirr"mmltiii; Secretary. .1, V. TlUVI-i, Al. t'orrf .jximliiix Secretary. XV. I'.. MrKAK, 1 rruturrr, S. L. I' I I-l li, Atlurury. tiT-FOK FlM.EIl INFOKMATIOX WHITE TO I. (J. HI DSON, CAMDH, TKN'N. 4 I Wish to Call . Your Attention To the Fact That the Season will Soon be Past for Selling Summer Lawns, ChalO, and Worsteds, Straw Hats, Oxford Ties and Tan Shoes. I can Save You from 25 to 50 Per Cent, if You Come and BUY NOW! Don't Wait Too Late, and Don't Listen to What Others May Say, but Come and See for Yourself and be Convinced that I MEAN BUSINESS! LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. Remember, that Goods Of all kinds are Advancing in the Market. Your Time to Buy is Be fore the Advance Reaches Here. I have a Large Stock of Shoes on Bland that was Bought Before the Advance that are Selling Like Hot s Cakes. So you see, I can SAVE YOU MONEY by Trading with Me. feHemember, I Mean What I Say. and .hes Goods Must and will be Sold! Yours Anxious to Please, JOHN W. BATEIY1AN Mr. J. It. 1'm-ison is able to bo out HLja'm. For ft nic( liair-cut find hhave, call on Jack. Mr. Thomas AyivH, of Uox, was over Sunday. Mrs. W. 1 Morris was reported BK'k yesterday. Clean towels and first-claps work, is Jack's motto. Mr. J. J. Cole, of Garfield, was in town "Wednesday. Mr. C. N. Brewer lias moved into he AVilliam JJartlett residence. Mr. O. W. Hubbs has moved his amily into tho T. C. llye residence. The new residence of Mr. James Townsend is nearin completion. Mr. AV. C. Rushing, of Rristow, was in town Tuesday on business. Sheriff "W. A. Lashleo was called to Holladay Monday on business. Mrs. V. A. Rushing, who has been sick all week, was better yesterday. Bring your razors to Jack F uller, tho new barber; only 25 cents, and guaranteed. A What is 1 1 .I. m..... vwwA1AVWvVT J r 1 l mi FliiMiIrT ""1- julJWii Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It' contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing1 Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castorlaisso well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." n. A. Akchkr, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ) "Thco30 0f ' Castoria ' is bo universal and Iti 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." Carlos Mautyn, D. D., New York City. Castoria. Castoria euros Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion. Without injurious medication. "For several years I have recommended your 'Castoria,' and sliull always continue to do so as it lias invariably produced beneficial resulte." Edwin F. Fakdkk, M. D., 135th Street and 7t. Ave., Kow York City. A letter from Sugar Tree hist week and another from Hazel, Ky., this week, were received too late for publication. The attendance at Benton Semi nary is still on the increase, and the children seem eager for study and advancement. Miss Mary Lifsey left Monday afternoon for Camden to visit the family of Tom J. Dodd. Carroll County Democrat. Misses Mary Wyly and Lizzio McCullou'h and Mr. Krnest Mc Cullough aro attending tho camp- meeting at Manlyville. Mr. J. AV. Rye, of Mayf.eld, Ky., who visited his brother, Postmaster Wayne Rye, several days last week, returned homo Saturday. Attorneys Joe R. Hawkins, of Huntingdon, and T. L. Lanier, of Waverly, have been here this week on professional business. The prayer services havo been re vived at tho Methodist Church, and a good audience was present at tho services Wednesday evening. A little child of ' Mr. and Mrs. Mart Baber, who reside about two miles southwest of Holladay, died Mrs. B. C. Rushing is still con fined to her room, and was no bet- Sunday night after a short illness ler yesieruay. Messrs. Polk A Jordan, nhotoir- Mr. W. S. Potts, of Big Sandy, raphers,of Milan, have moved their visited his son, Mr. U. A. Potts, the families into tho residence provi- first of the week. nnnlv ncc.nmod bv Mr. A. W. Pres. . j Sheriff W. A. Lashlee, of Benton son Couuty, was here yesterday. Car- Tho stave factory, saw-mill, ax- roll County Democrat. Messrs. Evart Steelo and W. AV. Lashlee went to Humphreys Coun ty the first of tho week. Mr. M. E. Byrn, of Big Sandy, handle factory and saw and grisj; mills are running regularly, and a number of hands find steady em ployment. AVe acknowledge a pleasant cal AVhile Mr. AV. (1. Lawrence was? returning to his home a few miles north of town Saturday one of his mules fell ino a ditch between town and the station, and was "wedded", insotihtit could not move. It was finally rescued, however, with out injury. The little dau-hter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene AVyly, who resido in the neighborhood of Chalk Level, died very suddenly of brain fever AVednesday at noon. Tho child was first taken with jaundice, and this terminated in fever which ended in death. Tho family have the sym pathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. Marriage licenses have been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to AV. II. AVilson and M. A. Myers, . G. Allen and M. F. Abbott, C. I. Atkins and Ruby Totty. Joseph Johnson and Ida Hardin, J. II. Harrison and R. P. Bradford, C. M. Hatley and Edna Howo, P. C. Chester and Emma Holland, 1). G. Hatley and Evio Camp. County Clerk G. B. Greer is in receipt a of a letter this week from the State Board of Assessors and Equalizers, stating that they had made no change in the assessed valuation of the real estate in this county. This will be very gratify ing news to the tax-payers of the county that tho assessment has not been raisednd it is due mainly to the efforts of County Clerk Greer, Judge Davis and others perhaps that some change was not made, as tho board has raised tho assessment in several counties in the State. attended the meeting of the teach- last Wednesday from two charming era association Saturday. young ladies, Misses Mary Lifsey Cashier AV. E. McRae, of the o Huntingdon, and Delia Gibson, bank, and Senator James Jeffreys ot C30UUl m(ieu- spent Tuesday at Nashville. Mr. Berry Hubbs, of Holladay Additional machinerv for the ax- came down Tuesday to meet Rev. handle factory of Mr. A'. T). Han- Mr. Johnson, of Memphis, who is cock was received AVedncsdav. The store of P, AV. McX)de, W revival Holladay. been closed several dnvs while, tnk. Mr. J ako Hicks, who resided at assisting Rev. L. D. Hamilton in a ing an inventory of the stock. n iiii. i of several days, died last luesday Co. remains closed, but we loam . Blue Eord, on Birdsong Creek, and whoso life had been despaired that it will be reopened shortly night, after a serious illness. AVhile Mr. Billio Galbreath,of Tho reorganization of county commissioners for centennial work under the supervision of Commis sioner General "Wills and Assistant Commissioner Robert Gates, for Arest Tennessee, and J. AV. S. Frier son, for East Tennessee, is being rapidly pushed to completion. The success of the great display repre senting Tennessee proper depends upon these commissioners and the people of the several counties. They know the history, productions and resources of their own county, and it is they who know best how it should be exhibited. Tn Ckntaub Company, 77 Mubeat Strkht, New York Cmr -IS 0 St. Louis a Tennessee Rive PACKET COMPANY. CITY OF MIWKIKUV. TKAMKIt9: I I V Of l'AJUl All. I CI (CITY Or SAVA1N.NAU. (Tel oh tlie 1 Ts'E of these elegant steamers leave St. Louis i!k1iipm!i. and Tennessee Kiver to rlorenee, tak- inn freight ami passengers lor ull points on tlia Ohio to l'itlslmi'i;!), and on the, Cumberland to , Nashville, 'llirou i find lnw rales. ' ; JOUN K MASSEKGALK, TraHC Manager, " V Wharf-boat foot of Olive street. ST. LOUIS, f rrOne of t hese steamers arrive at Johnson, f ville every Tuesday and Friday. very Wednesday and Saturday fur sill points C Mississippi Kiver to Cairo, Ohio Kiver to Through bills of lading, prompt serv- Tn k Chkomclr and Twiee-a-Week ot. Louis Republic $1 .75 cents per year. CLAUDE HUDSON, HEADQUARTERS FOR FIcqp, Heal, GaiiMi Fpoits. TOBACCO and CIGARS, Apples, Oranges, Coffee, Suqar, Etc FRESH CIDER A SPECIALTY. Hard Time Prices on Everything. E. M. McAULEY, iDENTIST, East Side Square, CAMDEN, TENN Calls from the country will be promptly attend ed to. f rWill spend the second week of each month at IHR satiny; oilicu win ue i x . u. t an trell's while therfl. 2011 111 1 11. ,1 , , 4- ntnn AAminrv tA G.'bson is running on full time, and , . , ' i ii i townvesioruuy tuo va,-'1JL u" I noil T) I HI 1 UUU illO tfttiu xu.il. uiv Marshal-elect W. R. Marchbanks n1Tnw:n(T ig mother out. but fort- was up town 1 uesday, ami reported mmftjv she wflS not Beriouslv injur- "everything lovely in South Cam-1 aud reCeived only a few slight aen. Messrs. D. G. Hudson, Nola Cuff, W. T. Morris and Claude Hudson attended camp-meeting at Manly- ville the first of tho week. Rev. T. F. Cason preached an ex- cellcnt sermon last Sunday even ing; He will preach again here bruises. The Benton County Teachers' Association met at this place last Saturday. Although the attend ance was small, a very interesting meeting was had, and tho subjects discussed will no doubt bo product ive of eood results. There is some next Sunday forenoon and evening, j COmplaint because of tho small at- Messrs. D. J. Allen, John Utley and several othors aro attending tho Southwestern District Baptist Association, which meets this year at Flatwoods church, near Mclll-waiu. tendance, as it is regarded a duty the teacher owes to tho children and tho patrons of the school to meet together and endeavor to ele vate and improve themselves in the profession. Camden has au excellent oppor- tuuity now to be connected with the. outside world by telephone. The Cumberland Telephone and Tele graph Company, of Nashville, is placing a telephone line along the road of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway from Hick man to Nashville, which will have connection with the cities and all prominent town in Tennessee, Ala bama, Kentucky, Indiaun, Illinois and other States. We understand that the company will put in a sys tem and establish an office where as many as twenty-five telephones are subscribed. This is the oppor tunity. The line is being placed from Hickman this way. Shall we let it pass without connecting us with the rest of tho world?