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Money saved is money made. All goods new at the new
per cent, made on goods. All goods bought for cash and
same. "Quick Sales and Small Profits" is better on the
We don't blow our stock, but let the prices talk.
Yard wide Brown Domestic, per yarj, only ('CM 1 1 S
Calico, per yard, ... J) (!Cllt,S
Champion Bed Ticking, per yard, only J ( I I.S
Best Brown Drills, per yard, only ((31lfS
YOU
OAOrDT
be E a r
HE. LAO
TO GET THESE BARGAINS!
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR BARGAINS? READ THESE PICES.
DRESS GOODS.
All Wool Fancy Cheeks ami Bro
cades will go in this wile. Former
price 50, CO, 75 ami 85 cents; now
40, 50, G5 and 75 cents.
Only a few pieces of Chameleon
Mohairs left, price 30 cents ; to go in
this sale at 20 cents. '
A few pieces of Daik Ground
Challie left at 18 cents; to go in this
sale at 12 1 cents.
All our Madras Cloth at 18 cents
to go in this sale at 12 J cents.
A few pieces of Glendale Cloth
at 10 cents to go in this salo at 7
cents.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
All our Union Suits, 75 cents and
$1 grade, to go in this Bale at 50 and
75 cents.
Ladies' Vests, 35, 40, 50 and 75
cent grade, to go iu thi3 sale at 20,
30 and 50 cent3.
MISSES' CLOAKS,
A few left at $1.50 to $2.50; your
choice for 99 cents.
OVERCOATS.
$6.50, $8 and $12.50 grades to go
in this sale at $5, $G and $8.50.
Qqf larpiii failles will tie
COME AND ENJOY THE SURPRISE.
We Will Try to make Your Visit Pleasant.
J. W. BATEMAN.
THE LIGHT OP THE VORLD
OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART.
Cost over $100,000 to publish. Contains nearly
200 full-patfe engravings of r Saviour, by the
great masters. Every picture is reproduced from
some famous painting. Agents are takinji from
three to twenty orders per day. The book is so
Ireautiful that when people see it they want; it.
"THE FIRST OLAm'K AT THK I'lCTUKKS
BROUGHT TEAKS TO MY KYHS," says one.
"Cleared $160 first week's work with the hook,"
says another. "Some liiKti-fjrade man or woman
of good church stand liifi should secure the agency
here at once,' 'says every editor, "as $500 can soon
bo made taking orders for it:" Also a man or
woman of (rood social position can secure position
of Manager of this territory to devote all their
tunc to employing and drilling agents anil corre
sponding with them. Address for full particulars
A. 1 T. ELDKR, publisher, 278 Michigan Ave
nue' Chicago, 111.
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LOUISVILLE & NAS1IVH.I.K HAILUOAD.
OFFERS SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
TO THK TKAVEUNO; rU15LIC
Through Cars,
in Quick Time, and
Sure Connections
SHORT LINE to the NORTHWEST
VIA KVANSV11I.E.
Through Sleepers to the West via McKeHzie.
Through Sleepers to the South via Montgomery.
Through SU;eH;rs to the Northeast via Louisville
EMIGKANTS seeking homes on this line of
Mils road will receive siweia! low rates. For maps,
rites, etc., ss aents of this company, or ad
,Vr"sV C. P.- ATMORB,
General l'assenger Agent v
liocihvi Ky
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ARIC INVITICI) TO
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LADIES' CAPES AND JACKETS.
To go in this salo at 25 to 50 per
cent, discount. Now is your time
to buy, as this tale will last only a
few days.
SHOES.
200 pair Oxford Ties, at $1, $1.25,
$1.50 and $2.50, to go in this sale at
09 and 89 cents, $1.19 and $2.
"We have a great many others
that we have not room to mention,
to go in this sale.
HATS.
One lot of SitfT Hats, regular
price $3.50, to go in this sale at 89
cents.
A number of others will bo put
in this Bale at a sacrifice.
GENTS' UNDERWEAR.
Regular price 25, 35, 50 and 75
cents and $1, to go in this Bale at
15, 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents.
CLOTHING.
Our stock of Clothing is com
plete, and wo have some special bar
gains. Come and inspect our stock
and you will be convinced that we
mean just what wo Bay.
Realty bij ffext Saturdaij.
The CniiONicLE will bo mailed
to any address for 50 cents a year,
payable in advance. Subscribers
will please promptly notify us of
any irregularity in the delivery of
their papers.
COW AND CALF STKAYED.
From my home near Eggvillo, about two
weeks ago, a medium size red cow, white
on back, also scar on back, 1 slipped horn,
and about three years old ; also red calf,
about sis months old. Any information
leading to their recovery will be rewarded
Address, J. A. Davidson,-
Kggville, Tenn.
TO CCKI5 A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All drug
gists refund the money if it fails toCiire. 20 cents.
WANTED Trustworthy and active gentle
men or Indies to travel for responsible, es
tablished house in Tennessee. Monthly 9US and
expenses. J'osition steady. Keference. Knclogg
self-addressed stitniped envelope. The nonun
ion Company, Department It., Chicago.
WANTED AGENTS.
"The Confederate, Soldier in the Civil War,"
contains WM panes 12x16 inches, and over 1,100
large l'.attle Scenes, Portraits. Maps, etc. The
greatest and largest War Hook ever published,
and the only one that does justice to the Confed
erate soldier and the cause he fought for. Agent s
wanted everywhere to sell this book on our new
and easy plan. Many of the lady and gentlemen
agents who are at work are making from M) to
$200 per month. Veterans, ftms and Daughters
of veterans, and others Interested are requested
toseud for a beautiful illustrated descriptive cir
cular (free) anil terms to agents. Address Courier-Journal
Job Pi inting Co:, Louisville, Ky.
We also represent OEHM & CO., fine t Jitoring estab
lishment, of Baltimore, Md. If you want a Spring suit,
see our samples before you place your order.
INSPECT ICV1CRY
GES,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS.
.Mrs. C. T.
some better.
Brecheen is reported
Subscribe for Tin
Cin;oMfi.F,
only ;() cents a year.
Mrs. Harriet Farmer is iiioviiir
to the Townsend place.
Mr. Leo Morrow, of Paris, spent
a few days in town this week.
Mrs. T. F. Canon is convalescing,
but is still confined to her room.
Mrs. Sophia Pierce, of near lYiti
Sandy, is visiting relatives at this
place.
Don't forget the Endeavor ser
vices this evening at the Presbyte
rian Church.
llev. T. F. Cason will hold regu
lar services Sunday evening at the
Methodist Church.
Piev. Joe Miles, of Ralston, will
preach hero this evening, and also
at Rushing's Creek next Sunday.
A lino boy arrived at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Cowell, of
tho Cowell's Chapel community,
Monday.
We regret to learn Frank Throg-
morton is very sick with fever at
Cooley s Landing, and can hardly
survive the attack.
A candy breaking was given the
young folks at the pleasant home
of Mr. and Mrs. James lownsend,
west of town, Thursday evening of
last week.
Our letter from Claud is unavoid
ably crowded out this week. We
decline to publish a letter dated at
Zach, as the writer failed to prop
erly sign it.
Rev. W. A. Whittle, of Jackson,
lecturedatthe Presbyteriau Church
Sunday and Monday evening. Lie
filled Rev. L. J. Leland's appoint
ment Sunday forenoon
Are you interested in wall paper,
carpets and rugs? If so, don't fail
to see G. W. Arnold s ' samples in
all the newest designs at such low
prices they will astonish you
As soon as the count was com
pleted in the first district Saturday
Chairman II. D. Odle came here
and remained until all the returns
of the primary had been received.
The town was full of Democrats
Saturday evening, assembled here
to get the primary returns as they
came in, and nearly every one had
his version of just how it was done.
Editor Luter has enlarged and
made other improvements in the
Big Sandy Visitor commendable
with his hustling energy and enter
prise, and he deserves to succeed.
Spring is here, and those inter
ested in poultry raising are active
in putting everything in good or
der. Mr. J. M. Wiseman reported
GO chicks olf the first of last week.
Misses Alice Barnes, of Bristow,
and Nellie Jones, of Paris, spent
Sunday with tho former's Bister,
Mrs. O. P. Lashlee.. Mrs. Lashlee
accompanied them to Bristow, re
turning home Tuesday.
store. No longer 100 per cent, or 50
sold on the lowest margin of profit for
merchant and better on the customer.
Good Cotton Plaid, per
Ladies' and ChilJren's
Men's Suspenders, from
You can get a Good
75 cents, and one good
ARTICLE KON SALE'
livers. F. P.. McElyt a and It. L.
Bridges wen- duly initiated into
lht mysteries of tho protective de
gree of woodcraft at tho meeting of
Post oak Camp, Woodmen of the
World, Tuesday evening.
Dr. F. G. Hudson purchased the
Stock Store building and lot Mon
day for $N0.". Mr. B. C. Rushing
bought the goods at 11 cents on the
lollar. Mr. W. E. McRae bought
the Farmer property in town which
was sold Monday.
Mr. T. II. Batemau attended the
meeting of Woodmen of the World
at Holladay last night, where quite
a number of new members were in
itiated. Mr. Eula Hudson, loeal
organizer, and who is at Holladay,
reports that a camp will fchortly be
organized at Sugar Tree.
In the hurry of making tho table
of returns ready a few errors oc
curred 111 the statement of the re
sult of the primaries we circulated
freely here last Monday, but they
are insignificant and do not affect
the result. Wo give the corrected
oflicial vote in another column.
Mr. Nola J. CuiT, who has been
handling the yard-stick for D. M.
r armer v Son, merchants at Claud,
has resigned his position, and will
make a crop with his father this
year. Nola says he thinks ouly one
crop is necessary for him to retire
and live at ease and in opulence.
FltOM SMITH'S COLLEGE.
Regular correspondence.!
D. J. Graham, of Big Sandy, was
hero yesterday.
Ely Byrn returned from a visit
at Hollow Rock yesterday.
Felix Wright and Pearl Deaton
returned from Mansfield yesterday
Rev. L. C. Deshazo preached a
good sermon at Cedar Hill Sunday.
James Bullock attended quarter
ly conference at Sulphur Creek last
Sunday.
WThat has become of the Green
briar correspondent? Has he gone
to Cuba?
E. R. Condor, of Hollow Rock,
is here this week doing some work
on his farm.
Walter Lashlee and wife have re
turned from a visit to relatives and
friends in Carroll County.
J. L. Black and Tobe Groir, of
Mayfield, Ky., arp visiting friends
and relatives here this week.
Arthur Bane, who was badly powder-burned
in the face and eyes a
few days ago, is getting better.
The infant child of John Bedwell
died very suddenly Sunday morn
ing. The remains were buried at
tho Weatherly grave-yard, near
Rushing's Creek, yesterday. AVe
extend sympathy to the bereaved
family.
Smith's College, March 8.
When you want fine commercial
job printing, remember that TriE
Chronicle continues to make a
specialty of this class of work.
It is snid that John Essary, com
missioner of agriculture, is being
groomed for the comptrollership.
And there are others.
. t
yard, yours for ; ((kll(s
Hose, per pair, , ((Mlts
f() ) 125 (HMlls
Hat for 50 cents, a better one for
enough for anybody fur SI. 50.
Cm mmrym
arnden, 1 enn,
THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY.
Fry.
1'afVonl, Greer, Wntnon, mid
hecire tha NomiuiitloiiR.
( ft nip
The Democratic primaries held
in this county last Saturday passed
otf quietly and a heuvy Vote was
polled 111 every district. It was the
largejt vote ever polled in a pri
mary in Benton County, and indi
cates the the general interest felt
in the eesult of the contest.
Mr. E. E. Fry received the nom
ination for sheriif, his plurality be
ing 222. Hisopponents in the race
were Messrs. A. N. Lindsey and Ja
hu?h Moore.
Mr. H. C. PaiTord was endorsed
for a second term for register by a
plurality of 152, defeating Messrs.
J. M. Herrin, J. E. Brown and Lem
Jones.
Mr. G. B. Greer was endorsed for
a second term t;s county court clerk,
defeating Mr. W. A. Steele by a
majority of 255.
Mr. L. R. Nv atson is the nominee
for circuit court clerk, his plurality
being4u, defeating L. L. McDamel,
T A' n.,tV ( IT1... 1 At
a.. t. uu, v.'. u iify turn u.. iii.
Hawley, jr.
Mr. J. T. Camp, who has made a
popular oflicial, had no opposition
for the nomination for trustee, and
received a handsome majority.
We publish elsewhere a tabulat
ed statement of the vote by districts.
The total vote polled in the fifth
district was 200.
The total vote polled for sheriff
was 1,408, a gain of 131 over the
Democratic vote of 1800.
The following is a comparison of
the vote of the primary (taking the
vote for sheriff as a basis) and the
vcte for Bryan in 180G: First dis
trict, gain 21; second, loss 5; third,
gain 27; fourth, gain 17; fifth, gain
17; sixth, loss 3; seventh, gain 13;
eighth, gain 5; ninth (Faxon), gain
19; ninth (Clement), loss 31; tenth,
gain 21; eleventh, gain 1G; twelfth,
gain 18; thirteenth, loss 11; four
teenth, gain 7.
Taller' Buckeye l'ile Ointment
gives instant relief. It allays inflam
mation and heals. It is prompt in
its action and positive in its effect.
It is the kind that cures without
pain or discomfort. It is for piles
only. 50c. Tubes, 05c. Sold by
J. G. Presson. 16-15
Ladies: Send two-cent stamp for
nice picture of Mrs. Borer's Model
Kitchen, showing the " Queen Cab
inet" in use. Expert cooks, chefs
and good housekeepers everywhere
are putting the Queen Cabinet in
their kitchens. It is for the coun
try home, the house in town, the
cozy flat or summer cottage. The
Queen Cabinet Co., Dept. 5, 212
Monroe Street, Chicago.
Stop that barking by the use of
Coussen's Honey of Tar. It arrests
the cough, allays irritation of the
throat, aud relieves congestion of
the lungs in a day. It is safe aud
pleasant to take, and never disap
points. 25c. and 50c. Sold by J.
G. Presson.

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