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1 ! I ft JGLJ& 1 ; L 1 y .4 ., , Vol. XVII. No. 2. CAMDLN. ti:n... IKIDAV. .11 Ni: lu, Is'.h. Wn.; 1 No. l-.'U 4 ( ) - ! v i u 1 r J bl!f?:snes! liberies! J !. tvt in. in 11 tui v in ('. I'm'. 1! SI s j li. I'.. aten 11 . I u'ljoi in nr. I r licit every eno i I CAN SAVE YCU FROM $10 to $20 ON A H'JCGY! inen; 4 v it !i t ! l-., Ill lids- i , CO'Si.ti llf'T.l b i.u "1 ,t mill It t C hi '1 ! ! ! I I ( ! I In 111' if Id, i' ! I Yi i V l"W I'l iri H ,.1 1 !".' I "J I"- line tt. buy :i 1. !" :i.:iy L DOES THIS ! 7 ATTRACT YOUR ATTENTION? (IV It KT I.I.S, III,-. 1(; N" ANMIINISII AUK Till: M I. V I.ATISI ANI 1KST. .lav n.t r , il. I SCLL DIRECT FHOU FACTORY SAVING YOU JOCCFRS & LO CAL DEALERS'S PROFITS! A WRITTEN GUARANTEE CN EVERY BUGGY. Would 1-1' l li :im .1 to h:;t on imII nnd h- M:;inii: , i nci' sulicih ,1. I'.i li iv 1 1 h ii i' yinir ( !;Ut i;cl my pi Ail. In iV Ol M l it ' I K'. Cl I'l l l ll'lt.tl !. they w ill '.ui ii i,s.- yon. I. DICKKY, ( Ih.isrvilli', T'i;ii. WW 1? ft 1 , ' f (7 r- 11 rr v ti'H Such inn Disc llari-owH, Disc Cnltivutors, Corn Drills Cot ton ritintcr:', aud all kimln of Tl.iv.s, 1 ninl '1 Liasc WAGONS. I have a full lino of (ho Celebrated Tcniicw.cc Wag.iiis, hich I nci sclliiif; very low ami on easy terms. BUGGIES. Alio have a new line of Buggies, at rock-bottom prices. Call and er.r.mino the goods before buying elsewhere. Yours truly, J. W. BATEMAN. CAMDEN, TENN. G is Headquarters for sto ffc ir ra hi hi m n v mm m m u u i m u 9 i HvHRHHHi. I 1111 I WtJIJWJs, A , , i PI SB id! I Lsaies' if gut's fWsfej gocdsr STAPLE AND FANCY . AT ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES, CAMDEN, - - . TENN. LOCAL AND PLiUiONAL MW: M i .;. All.iy i ictiinieil Ut l.t t .u hi JltiMilml.n ihi.s vie!;. 31 i i t 1 !..-., 1.. . ; !;: l i'!;.' i i h in ::r Wi.y. Mr. 11. 1j. II iiu.-.. mi visitcil i'l'u in.;.-:.- it 1; l.i li nt Wavi tly lii.'-t iS.i;i'l:iy. i ' i it MY. . V.. iMci. :.' wen di a ihf lir-t t.f Un! wvek. Dr. J! M. McAtiley lw..; Im-imi o:i Uh1 nick lift H'vi nil t!ay. Mih;!r..Ml r.ell is vi.sH ill;; f fi 'V find ylali'( s nt J)i;; JSaii'ly. Mr.i. W. A. Viul)i()ti:;li U rocov ii!. from an illnc ;s cf bcvcral uays. Ml'H. ' F. (,'ason, who lirw hfc":i very hick, is ::i'icli better thi i 'neck. Mr. aiul Mrs. W. 1). Steele have rciurncil lioine hm u visit at Mc-Kweii. r.lrrf. Will ft. uorout na.M uceu Very sick tliis "week, but v.'a; better yesterday. Mrs. 15. F. llntley and children, of Alamo, are visiting rrk.tives in this county. Messra. C. V. Ilawloy and E. L. Hudson are cnyayed this week in putting up binders. h, c i. it ed, , ho u 1 li a !'ir ;t nf cat ciMici ;' I v.. d iti--.was iv it lijt hy his l'un.l.-ni. n a;.d r. '.)iii:uit!i'd u j ill W..lu- lay. i'.;iyha:u I.od;;e, No. ''), Kni:;!ibi jot 1 yltiia;', Will yin a puuii.j ii: ; -'.tillutioii ar.d ice c:v:iin supper a! lli!. ('(iiirt-housn Monday evenin-, .July i. All are invited. County .Superintendent Dnrseyj 15. (Jii v tit leiH arrr.ni;ed .o lmld ti normal training school, beimiiiijL; r.t Holla lay Jut!- 'J7, Camden July i, one week at each pi nee. Mr. 1). J. Mediae attended the uuetin of the Ilepublican Cmi re;;.,iunal couimitt'jo at t j":; i;i;;t; hi Monday. A call wa.i i :aed for a Coni;ressinn:d conveiili'ia at l'ar f. -h July 2S. The rain storm Wednesday oven in;' did ronsidorabh? damage in 1 lie neighborhood of Middlohrook, tm rooiing tho dwelling of Mr. Noah Williams and destroying a reat derd of timber and fencing. Mrn. A. Arnold and daughter, M.i;;H rcarl, r.ud her randehildten, Mis.-ies Ni ppio Hives, Nell Iyo and tSallie Arnold and Mttster Arnold FKOM Gb'L LfJCIJt U W. iMliU.t III I - I al ll. :i V. )' hd t..C; di n S.;unl iy- Di l.Jj Shedlf J nil. I (). in .ur mi. V, II 1 t ' 1 . ' . I I iieai 111 1 il.;, ini'.tl.iy y mi- i!lj damaged seni,; .vhi. Several n 'v bin lie :r way ltun tut.. iMn.i.MWMly. 15ili" French is iep.it ted . . . y ill, andhi recovery is now e. ie.i.le; il Home.vhat doubtful. lb v. C. K. Urathloii, of Camd -i, preach at llanieH Seliooldioiir.e bi d Saturday r.i;;ht and J.b;::ds.y. The p:.st Week has Ik i T. ,i I- -;y one with farmerM. A threat ii.uu) were furred to. repl uit tin ir etupK .s a result of the reeei.t "ins, I' jij now wheat harvest is upon xti. One of our citizen:; had an inter esting experience a few days v.i'Q. He had purchased a new bmy, the niirht fol'.osvi;.:' hit; Misses Ada Hall and Ha L:sV Hives, have returiK-d from a visit leo spent a few days at Nr.shville this week with friends. Miss Lnttie Hudson has rL'tuined I homo from Cleveland, where she has been nttendiii'' school. Mr. U. A. Potts has gono to Paris to make arrangements to extend the telephone lino from Big Sandy to Paris. Mrs. Julia Hill, of Nashville,-is visiting relatives in the tenth dis district, and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lashlee. Miss Metta Dreaden, of Pavatt, and Miss Zimmermailu, of Sugar Tree, loft Monday to attend a nor mal school at Dickson. Mr. James Thornton, an old Ben ton County boy, now residing at Wuverly, was shaking hands with old friends hero this week. Mrs. Mollie Chandler and chil dren, of Missouri, arrived hero this week to spend tho summer with her mother, Mrs. Martha Ayres. A mass-convention of Republi cans will fco held at Camden Mon day, July 4, to selsct delegates to the gubernatorial convention. . Mr. an l Mrs. W. J. Kye, of Pa i i r if Ii ) C.il. uucau, are visaing iiir. ltyo s kiui or. Mr. Wavno live. Thefatter has been indisposed several weeks. We aro requested to state tha the children's day services at Flat woods, announced for next Sunday, has been postponed indefinitely. Rov. T. F. Cason will hold ser vices next Sunday as follows: A Cowell's Chapel, lO.DO a. m.; Shi to relatives at Clydetcn. and duritu 1UOH WAY. Kwc;;il roiT(.'Slto'.i(i'iir.!.l The crops of this locality need a good shower. John Balyew has returned from a trip to Paducah as )ilot on a raft. Foster Burnett, of Humphreys County, was over again lastSunday. Somo of our boys attended chil dren's day services at Johnsonville Sunday. llev. Dr. Sparks preached an in teresting sermon at Cherry Grove Sunday. Mrs. B. F. Davidson was taken suddenly ill last Sunday, and is no better this morning. Wheat is now ready for the har vest. It is estimated that at least 400 bushels will be threshed on Pridgeon Holland's farm. Mrs. Louisa Puiford, of Liberty, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Francis PaiFord, and will probably remain hero all summer. What about tho telephone lino to connect Camden, Eva, Way, Clol dina, and Faxon? Nothing can bo accomplished to this end without an organized movement of the cit izens all along the line. Who wil be tho first to head tho move? Way, June 7. FKOM KAKIvKK'S CUAl'IX. return home a run sloi ' i came "'p. The first thing lie thought of was that new buggy. It would never do for it to bo exposed to the fury ota-shower, and hastily .-'ring au umbrella ho rallied forth, in the darkness to protect the buggy. At frequent intervals during th" 1. :)'', night, in reply to the anxious c;i;er ies of his wife ho would r.njwer, "Not u drop on it yet, dear." II o remained .standing all night v.'iiihv holding tho umbrella, and. became decidedly weary, but liko tho boy "whofcstoodon the burning deck," be m'ver JYdterod, and when the dawn of early morning mad a visi ble his surroundings, behold! he discovered to his surprise and cha grin that his buggy was under r. good shelter where he had placed. it tho evening before, and that it was tho shelter and not the um brella that was keeping himself and -i l uul'lty ary; Ji:KENiir.iEK, June b. Sold by J. G. Presson. 17-2 cousens Honey or Tar Ladies: Send two-cent stamp for loll, o p. m.; anulen, o.lo, p. r -in is the best known remeay ior con-; u:co picturo of Mrs. Borer's Model The Democracy of Benton Coun sumption, coughs, colds and H ' Kitchen, Biaowing ilio " Queen Cab- tv will meet in mass-convention at throat ana cnesi irouuieb. Xieiy , met U1 USOi xport cooks, chets Camden June 18 to select and in bottlo is guaranteed. It is the best , nmi g00r housekeepers, every where struct delegates to the floterial con remedy for children. Ao end oUc. ; are puttiUg the Qnoen Cabinet in vention their kltCheilS. It IS lor ttlO COUU- Mr Nnllmn AVillmmn nf TTnllnvv try home, the house in 'town, the R k k) ig buiiainjr a dwelling cozy flat or summer cottage. The for Mr pk0i)erfc L. Phiilips, was Queen Cabinet Co., Dept. 5, 212 call0d home yesterday bv the illness Monroe btreet, (Jincago. ne v,:a TO:f0 Messrs. W. T. Morris, Haywood a..V- TI.,rl, T.ncl.l T Hivn n il Vcf.iLiqa HflAT-TYIlil llJint, .' flS 1 ' eood a3 new. which must be sold at ouce. Hudson attended the Lehr & Wil- -Will sell cheap for cash. Also two log liams show at Big Sandy Wednes- wagony, one 3 i inch and one i inch. Call cay evening. on or address b. u. i efxek, t. T? AT irlQ Misses Lizzie Bivens, Joe Sullivan, strayed. Bertha McLIyea and Maggie Mel- One red aud wbito setter bird dog,; 3 ton j Messrs. Mike Fry, Finis or4 yenrsoM; also one Hotter bitch pup- Rughb EHllu n1(lson m& Quy a i-i i i n,;in,a;iin, Hall composed a merry party that npoiG. A libera reward will be paid for 1 oil c their recovery or any information lead- spent the day Sunday at Sulphur Ro;;iilar eoiTusiximli'iiccl Miss Nora Barker is reported il with rosaola. Crops look very well, but they are needing rain. Mrs. Louie Palford, of Cypress is visiting relatives here. Gusty Bridges and wife of Eli visited here last Saturday. D. Pafford, of Flatwoods, is vis iting relatives in this community Barker's Chapel, Juno 7. VOI.l NTKIIKS WANTK!). . For Infants and Children. Tb lid Yea Have Alwap Esuglit Bears the Sisnatuxe of A CHEAT IJAltOAIN. Tho treatment for worms must be prompt and safe. White's Cream Vermifuge can be trusted to re store .your child to health. It is a tonic as well as a worm -destroyer. Every bottle guaranteed to' bring worms. 25c. Sold by J. G. Pres- 17-2 For a company at Lexington for tho Fourth Tennessee) Begimen Apply to Lnhdon Wyly not late than Saturday,' June 11. J. II. Slayden. FROM FAXON. 17-2 son. The Chronicle will be 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. WANTED Trustworthy :inil :ntivi! tfnitle iiicn or Indies to travel lor rMionsihle e talilislu'il limi.su in 'IVnni'sseo. Monthly iir nutl exi.eiises. I'ositiim sicudv. U.-l'.M'.'ticc. l"m:lose s.-lf-:iililr.!ssfil taii!icil cnvfloii. Ttio llouiiii ion Coiii)illiy, lei;il l iiient It., t'liitiiif.o. 1 0B printing is .me of the d.'iiiu tnn-.nls of thej i) ollii:.'. we v:iul your oiucis. h'CU'.uv (icvroKiMimleiiw). D. C. Couch, of Greenfield, has moved into our midst. Junes Christopher is all smiles, and wo learn that its a boy. The weather is hot and rain k badly noeijed in this section. W. F. JJullard is our champion. squirrel hunter.- He killed four yesterday without changing posi tion. J" L, Nobles has. gone to Big Sandy, where ho has accepted u position with tho old reliable firm of WiHiam Caraway. While getting on a hand-car last Friday, John Faxon was painfully but not seriously injured by the lever of the car striking htm upon the shoulder. He is able to bo out again. A happy marriage was consum mated between Miss Ella Wynn and Mack Spenco Sunday, II. L. Lmdsey, esq., officiating. It was a quiet but impressivo occasion. We join a host of friends in wishing them'a long and happy life. .: Faxon1, Juno 7. Tho Big Sandy Normal will com mence Monday, June 20, and con tinue for four weeks. , The county superintendent will hold an exam ination at the close. Board l-tfi $C per month; tuition, $3. Con ducted by experienced teachers. Object, review and examination. There is no remedy equal to Her bino for constipation, indigestion, sick headache, vertigo, uncertain appetite, loss of memory, unresttul sleep or Bkin eruptions. If you want n perfect tonic or the liver, Herbiue will not .disappoint you. 50 cents. Sold by J. (h Presson. rubseriln) for The Chloxicle. I ing to same. C. Y. IIawley. I Springs.