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W'jioi.r; No. I1 XIV. No. 2;,. cam in :n, tknn.. iknay. may it, is.17. AL AND PERSONAL NEWS. FftOM t!UlSTOW. CMM) OxllviJiJJli j ? i ; J I I : ! 1 I ! i r.T. W. Ib-irin.of Bristow, was i 0 Clt V Vl hli Tt HV. r. V. I j. McKlvoa is re-coveiing 1 his recent injiiric-M. ... 1.' I,' HI l'l I I is. r u j .iyt ? nn- Immmi (in 1 ir t of nek bin week, r. 1. B. Totty, of Dickson, wa' n a abort whilo Monday. Ira. C. N. Travis lirn removed 'itir oll homo plaeo again. 1 letter from Flaiwoods is uua- , . 1'd'ly crowded out thin week. ';'ho teacher' association meets ,1'latwoods church to-morrow. j i M OK y y 1 -a u REALIZED 1 Wo arc iiwnin of tin fact that this is the hardest season of tho vear uihui tho farmer, find everv F 0110 who ha a purchase to niako fehould first consider the quality and then next tho amount he is to 4 receive for the money he expends. In view of tho fact that tin? farmer can net realise onedialf the J vali; of the products ho sells from the farm, but upon tho other hand ho i.s forced, an n general rul r .1 1 11 1 1 1 r. . ti ... 1 ... 1 .. a 10 pay enormous prices lor me neee.sniues no is compelled 10 nuy, lor quuo nwiuui wo navo oeen 1.' .1 4 .l. w li... .ififl i.j j .1.li.1ii it-l.il.i L-(inlt'iiiif u.irmi mollwul 1 iti ti'litfli link ffirinr fllnl Sttl.tifu tnnir VWI 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 I iir MU ll l.? V n I J llliin- Dliiui Hi. ncuiu ill. ' J n uu li inu iihuk 1 min tnui ii inn. live through the summer at a very miall cost, Wo have at last struck tho right plan, and that is this: f We luiy our goods at the very clu npest market wo can find them - always considering quality; try to t soil twice an many floods, cut our profit one-half and divide with tin) purchaser. J hereby wo h.iv ., r! J 1 f 1 1- j. .it ! IK I lAcryl-ody is buy planting tlm crops. II. E. iS'.igall and wife np.-nt lad i Sunday in our mid.-1. I S. M. Weatherly, of Kggvillo, A i .lied her tliix Wee l Miss IJ.';'.ie Hushing is uniting near Camden this wee i J. It. Wright is out again, after an attack of rheumatism. A S. W. Lockhart, of Wyly, was in (iur midst one day last week. i! (icor-"! Ilollmgsworth contcm- i plifes removing; to Texas hhi. i Mrs. Laura Wallace, of Ilrin, in I t T ' jr 7 - 5 . ------- - j y ' pheriif W. A. Lashleo is conva- rioro work to do ourselves, but "Live and let live" is tho motto. Wo havo baraind that we are very i yihitin relatives hero this week, icin-from hirtillm-saof last we. k. i nurewill interest you, therefore, wo ask you to look can fully over tho nhoi t list wo o!Ter below. Do a j li. Sparks and wifo wen; tho Vi , .. not not form the delusive idea that these aro only a few articles which wo have put out for leaders, , ... . , , lho 1 hilhps Crocery Co. haw for HUch is not tM. CIl!80. Kveryono is uwaro that advertising cost money, henco wo mention only a (f h" )!mi d'. new ii-iproV( on their busi- i fow articlt-s as follows: f 'il"v ' ruld a"d family re- ns lu)use. $ i turned to-day faun liisappointmeut a 'A new cement pavement has been f ulo in front of tho business house jMr. C. V. II GROCERIES. Ilawley. MissLi.zio Martin has returin "om Waverly and resumed charge ' her class iu music. Messm A. C. McKao, W. 1 Mc I ill, J. A. Clement and others wero i Naabvillo Tuesday. j Mr. Nolft CulT has returned fronj li extended trip through Missouri, lliuoia and Kentucky. Mrs. A. Arnold and daughter, f L'Olb fancy clarified Sup;ar.. .. $1 Wbuckle's Co!re(, 15c SI . i I package Ai 0,1 7 pneka-es Li So ytl, F,th lie 'VenniJH L-olleo, j i i..n. V r x oui iiiMi Jioasieo iujj ' fee noon belter 1 10 It) Extra flood C.reen Coffee i L'lll) Sack of I'lour $1 $1 50c lib Dost Green Tea 20c 2cans Hon Don Daking l'owder, 5c 5 11) Daking l'owdor, packed in nice tin pail 25c 10 largo bars Enterprise Soap, 25c or '2 bars for 5c 31i) Fresh Soda Crackers 25c lliss Pearl, of Drownsville, aro vis- i Largest box of Dlacking (you ting Uamuon relatives. , . Mr. O. W. Hubbs epent Sunday i vith liis family, and left Monday to .ravel in West Tennessee. j Children's day services will bo , neld at Postoak church next Sun ;lay afternoon at 2 o'clock. . Criminal court will convene, here next Monday. A full docket awaits ,tho coming of Judgo Taylor. Mr. Pola Gardner, and old Cam. den boy, was shaking hands with eld friends here last Monday. Mr. Jasper N. Prince, o Chaso- fchould seo it) on record at our store, for only ........ 1 0c 15 largo keg Pickles 5c 40 elm wood Clothes Pins .... 5c Matches (200 iu box) per box, lo Heavy Wash Hoard 10c Dest Broom on tho market. . . 1 0c 1 gallon best Vinegar 20c 50 stone (variegated) Marbles, 5c 21b package Poultry Food.. . . 10c i 12 lb packa-o "Koyal" Stock Pood good for hog cholera, 65c a 1 bale good Clover Hay 60c Other groceries not mentioned at the same proportional prices. Wo are agents for tho following Dicycles: "llalhday, "Stern's," "Cumberland," "Fenton," LUBRICATING OIL. CIGARS Wo have the very thing you need for your Piiggy, Wagon, Keaper, Mower, Hinder, and all kinds of farm machinery. Wo can offer you tho very best oils obtainable for only 10 cents per gallon; also our black oil is extra good quality at 2.j cents per gallon. BUILDING lor- Wo have lho largest and bo.-.t as sortment ii Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco that was ever in i riu, of (Ireenbriar, wore guests of ntul I'nii inn iilii'ni'n llnd n T - . . . im wii, cu.m J on u;, m p ...... i , , . r w 4 Dev. W. M. C. Hicks, tho noted smoke in our store that will please you. Wo mention a few brands of Ajax," "Cumberland," " ville, is visiting his uncle, Mr. W. J, "Columbia," and in fact can make E. Hooten.-rarisrost-Intelligen- 'ou ery ngnres on any -diko you uesiro 10 purcuaso. HARDWARE. cer. i Messrs. Tom C. Ilye, D. G. Hud- i son, J. M. Loshlee, J. "W. Saunders An all-leather Collar, good one, 65c and Finis Hushing went to JNasu-i Good Grass Halter 10c ' y 1 I II ... .. 'IMn i vjoou j)air iirnura uu : Good Hand Saw 40c Wo havo a great many other rare bargains in Hardware and Tinware f to oiler, and invite you to call and ; see for yourself. ville Monday. Marriage licenses havo been is sued by County Clerk G. 13. Greer this week to James Bateman and LuellaTiorce. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hudson have been fortunate in rccoverinc quite their home recently. T t m u n .;n 14- itmsal' E3 regular services here next Sunday forenoon and evening, and at Lib erty at 2 in tho aftornoon. Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Morris, of J. G.' Robins, esq., has been on Big Sandy, visited relatives here the puny list the past week, tho first of tho week. Their little Both Sunday schools here will child, which has been quite sick, is observe children's day shortly. reported bottor. Attention is called to our "Mia Deputy Sheriff A. S. Lindsey, of cellaneouB Advertising" in anothor Big Sandy, lodged Hugh Arnold column. in jail hero yesterday on a cnarge D Fi M Cnr Coxburch, of robbery. Tho prisoner led Mr. nttended tho meeting of tho State Lindsey quite a chase until he was raedicai society at ; Nashville Tues- captured at Murray, liy., luesday. (jay Iuka (Mies.) Mormal Institute When you want fine commercial wants 300 teachers to attend its j0b printing, romember that The Summer Normals, June 8 to July Chronicle continues to make a 30 and August 2 to August 28. To- specialty of this class of work. tal cost for first normal S25; second, $12.50. A full corps of Normal Two extra passenger trains havo trained instructors. Actual class- been put on the Nashville, Chatta work. Reduced rates on all rail- nooga and St. Louis Railway, and roads. Mineral water free to the the schedule is as follows: Trains students. Como to Iuka and pass going east 4.42 a. m.; 2.58 p. m.; tho happiest, most profitable sum- CIO (mail) p. m.; 8.10 p. m. Going nierof your life, in delightful men- west---12.22 a.- m.; 10.10 (mail) a. tal work, in breathing pure airand m.; L01 p. m.; 7.29 p, m. It is re in drinking the best mineral water ported that two additional trains in the South. For catalogue, write will be put on next week to accom H A. .Dean. - modato the travel to the centennial. MATERIALS. We desire to call your at tention to the fact that we havo a largo and well selected stock of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Windows and Window Glass, Lime, Cement, Valley Tin and in fact anything you need in building your house. Wo havo purchased our en tire slock during the low price season, and ara prepared to meet even tho closest compe tition. Our place of business can bo found on tho west side of tho public square, just one door north of tho Camden Hank and Trust Company, Camden, Tenn. We are building business on tho great and strong pow er of low prices. Our goodi aro strictly reliable. We cordially extend to you an invitation to call on us, as we will always bo pleased to seo you, and will tako pleas uro in furnishing you prices on anything you noed in our line. AND TOBACCO. at Chalk Hill. Uncle Hill W( afherly has moved his farming implements to the sixth 1 strict to till the sev Misses Bonnie MnEthel lb f Hapti.it evangelist, of Dresden, oc- eupiedthopulpit at hushing.- Creek both Saturday and Sunday. Bki.stow, May 11. ri:on wav, ouj best cigars: "Old Statesman." "Chancellor.'; "Arabian King." "Old Hickory." "La Fama." "Yellow Kid." "hose." "Little Niggers." "Faultless." "Dauntless." "Hermitage." "Duxtet." "Upman's Extra." "Hal Pointer." "Paul Jones." "Ram's Horn." "Tammany." "Royal Havanas." "Post D. Juniors." Our lino of cheap good.from 10 for 5 cents to 5 for 10 cents, was nover equalled. V o will mention only a few of our leading tobaccos that you may bo able at once to find the brand you use. uur navies inciauo "Battle Ax." "Straight Goods." "Morning Glory." "Star." "G for 10." Our other brands iucludo "Old Statesman." "West Tennessee." "Seal of Tennessee." "Hand Spike." "Schnapps." And in fact too many other excel lent brands to mention here. We always carry a fhio and com- 2 dinary attraction hero for tho young pleto lino of Cigars and louacco, mcn an(i it j3 easy to guess that is Special (Oil liH unit int.-. ! Fibbing and croquet parties are A quite popular here. i 11F i IT 1 ! ii v. li. iiamer ana lamny visiteu J. H. Davidson Sunday. Rev. R. P. AVitt preached here Sunday to a largo congregation. Sunday has proved au unlucky day for some of our young men. Some of our enterprising citizens aro engaged in hauling tan bark to Faxon. Misses Mary and Julia Lewis and Ellen Georgo wero guests of E. M. Pafford's family Saturday night iVu enjoyable singing was given A at tho homo of Mr. Lewis yesterday i evening in honor of Misses Laura i and Verdio PatTord, who aro guests i ot luo Misses .Lewis. 4 There seems to bo more than or- and at all times invito you to como and exammo ouf goods. For tho ladies, we will add that our line of Snuff stands unsurpass ed also. i the companionship of tho many sweet gins in our miust. Way, May 11. FltOM DEVIDKK. Yours with best wishes for a year of successful crops, FROM OAKFIKLD. Sjieclal corrospoiuUiiice. J. D. Little visited relatives noar Zach last week. Miss Cumi Madroy visited noar Eggville Sunday. Lester Hudson visited at Hollow Rock last Sunday. W. W. Greer and wife, of Zach, visited here Sunday. Rev. L. C. De Shazo proachod at Pleasant Grove Sunday afternoon. The exhibition at Cedar Grove Saturday evening drew a very good crowd. Rev. T. F. Cason held impressive devotional services at the home of W. H. Cole yesterday ovoning. Garfield, May 11. Charles C. Kirby, who had pre viously boen declared of unsound mind, was conveyed to the asylum for the insane at Bolivar by Con stable E. E. Fry Monday. Rev. and Mrs. L. J. Leland went to Bolivar Monday. Regular correspondence) M. Hedge and family visited at Dollar last week. Several mad dogs were killed in this community last week. D. F. Nolles and D. Q. Kiug re turned Friday from Nashville. Misses Leo J ones and Sara Todd, Camdon Republicans are having 0f Dollar, visited here Sunday, a hot timo. lion. John li. McCall pk0V. t. F. Cason preached to a succeeded m having J. G. Presson harge audienco at Shiloh Sunday, appointed postmaster over JeliMc- Thomas Harris & Co. are hero Rae, who had boen recommended to-day seeking a location for a saw- by Jeffreys. After Preason had mill. boen appointed, Mchae s friends Much improvement is noted in rallied and succeeded in getting the the attendance at Sunday school at appointing power to reconsider aud Pleasant Hill appoint McRae. Fresson s friends Wash Allen is having success charge that thoro was money used, in uis efforts to rid this community and the feeling is very high between cf the festive crow, the factions. Pans Fost-lntelli- Farm work occupies the attention geucer. of our people, who realize that if Heigh-ho! Somebody has been they make any crop at all it is go- telling tales out of school, llow- hng to take work to accomplish it. ever, there is no denying that bad Devider, May 11 blood exists in the ranks of the g, o. v. in this neck-o'-the-woods, but Hov. Mr. Hicks, tho silver cham- it has been somewhat smothered, piou who canvassed this county in so to spoak. and they do say our tho last campaign, lectured here to "Jeems" is depended on to remove small audience jjriday evening. i. 1 . . "1 T . . 1 nntl 1 TW t .,. ,. , , Owing to some delay (over which HOOUb U ICCOUClilUliwu ivuuu iiu it -i 1,,-1 i v . i i t turns from the national capitol. tion of the paper has not been re- Mrs. W. N. Austin, of Lavergne, ceived, htnee we have been delayed is visiting. Camden relatives. , this week in going to press.