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Vol. XVII. No. It
i'am!h:n. ti;n.. I'm day. .ipnk it. i buggies! f u tory t!. Us.t. I M T. ! u!v-n im ,.) l , 1 T; f.li-S S!l l.oli'nu Hi ll adjui ill., ''"I'l.! ,i ... I I Y i in order t! :t cv. TV ci.e m'.-i.. 1c.sk to buy ' 1 i,.t i ).!'.' i' t.u .i if . V ln.ty Ik Tol-i; liit.. te.t. .1 CAN SAVE YOU fHOM $10 to $25 ON A B'JGGY! DOES THIS ATTRACT YOUK ATTENTION? UEMCMBEK I SELL DIRECT FROM TACTORY SAVING YOU JOBBERS LO CAL DEALLRS'S PROFITS! Oil? hTTl.l., WKsKiXI A NO MJCMH AUK 1111'. Vl.J'.Y I.ATLsT AN1I I'.TMT. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON EVERY BUGGY. Would bo 1'ic.ifiil to hu'.i, oil call and m numpl. or writu rx. Correspond ence BOlic.U.l. lU-lr.w. i-hi-itm your orde;- Kt y iri;o- lL.y will imrprLo yvti. Addrc F. M. DICKEY, Clmnovillft, Tinu. 1M ail in. J t a bucli liK". I! menu, Pi.'c Cultivators, Ccrn Diilb, Cct .t?n Phnt'.rs, niul all Vintlr. of How.?, 1 uud 2 horse. WAGONS. I have a full hue of the Celebrated Iwmesace Y ftgouu, ,v.liich I tuc celling very low ar.d on eu-sy tcrae. BUGGIES. Also have a new line of Jiuggic3, utrock-'uottota prices. Cull . and cxanino the goods before buying elsewhere. Yours truly, J. W. BATEM AN. CAMDEN, TENN. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. MlV. IVflll K" of !' I visit in-.; (!iuii'!c' f 1 i n 1 ' :i( 1 i niiu!a r from r w j.t to the i'fh fiy r.i ,i' I'!vn i-N it! y. Mis. LI. C. Il'a liic;;, wl.o r.:tu:.- oil If Mi' from Iidx !".st v,e:I; very tU'J., in K:ni In-t tr. Mr. J. V. Butt iunu (iiii family (;( hjh iiMir.jj a low (lays win i' 111- tiv H in Hu-wfiit (Ju'iJity. Mr. C. (i. Mrt!ockf f ui'ar Cox- Lt:ri.'l., wart in town WiMlnoH!iy. Ho It'pOltrt ('oinl crop JUf)H!(.'t't ill that local iiy. Mr. Silas l'ullock, of 15; SnuHy,! was bcro b'.'vcrul ihiys t lr (ir.st ol' tlio v,ck as a memln'r of the boi'.nl of oqualizera. Mm. J. K. Varbronp,h and chilil, of N'whvillo, who Imve hem visit ing her fnther, Mr. Yv'fiyno lly j, ro- turncil homo WcihifSflny. A new roKt-offico has iccMify boon established r.t lloekrort, villi Mr. T. V. Boisloy n. jio-tci.n-tr?. Tom is a hu?tler, p.iul wp wir.b hin all succo.ip. Tho tcaclicrn' Wf.cciifioa nnv-ta at Hollndny to-morrov. Th pro gram, which, should hfive ppMu-od lant week, was delayed, f.ud did not reach 113 until Monday. Mr ('. . liau!, y j. 1 -. it It a bun.,!- o? Yv'hito riilcsV.T u 1 ( it h... t l'i i'b'iy. It as tl" !irl ill Oli tl; "I '- '"' 1 . r-ii o: f (iOM Gf'if E NL:f?itK II..I-.M ! f. 'I t. ; 1 isl id I : " I 1 . it .mi til r 1 1' 1 1 ! . t . i." 1 iiri d iucii-.-i in h'Miit. iv. vTftl (f''n'.-.'' l;. i.-.;i:a i l.n i I m .ild iii tn co,;ijiy by Mr. Ilawh-y, wlm rv its a Hpb ii-iui wiif-ut crop r.t'd t!.f l'ony Ibiidcr h tho n.r.- chinr 1 !; fi.-:ui'in i,i-ed. i'lum" v, do (k i!:-. U know imw t'.i -y v, .irk nui see 7. Y. udcrs, Cuoloy''1 Lnnd in,;; C. 11. Dm field, Way; or ti. Ik l)::i:e, W yty. !j:uii'h'.-i of IK-it in ; M',vi i and ilui.ru ( an bi bin Hi Mr. llawh y'H sior', and he Liken 'l 'B.-'iirc in hhowinir LiKu to all ."Lo are ir.t(TCbt'l iii farm iJia.-iiinery. IT.d'l KAXO.. 1 f re !i '. (.1 '.U !i.!itr eirii si'.'i .l u . ihia week. A. y. Linh;-jy, of Golden! a, a.'uii hero Moud ly c-u b-.uiaofB. IL'. infant chi'.d ( Ji-.r.-.iv (Iri. hftM is ieport.'J very fiick (u-daj. Ton Akci'5, an emjiloyo o" t)i r.iihoid company, iovud in!. our udfb.t Monday. Kalh&u Vaulian has; ftcceptod tlu1 pohition of mail earlier i'lom Faxou to (ioldenia. ( : hi.! 11.111- ! .. re S .n:.!.iv 11?. S-.ind ly u";l.t. Wl.cit harv f til..' I. ,T. j t luc f.-' .:i( li bi;.-.y t)... ; Wee!., "Id e!;i:!, .:uf David Al ..plvb fiom a tr.'i and f racf ? 1 hi.-i a::i: a f ( v days n;;n. Mi .h LiUin' (Jd.-tn, a lun-..jioj.; y!i:;; !:.dy, a (5 illic, is vi..:ti:i; iu. this community. Miso Laura Snyd.er, d I'liru, i ip ndin; a f:w dny-j hi.-c with rcl ati v: and fr:.e?i''. I.at Tuesday lnornii.e; abitul 10 o'clock and ai'ttr liiiKerint' betvveeu lifi and death beVeral days, Ddlic Fr;'n-.:'a pnt-.s.Hl paci fuliy from th. Voil i r.l:d iif: spdit Y'UA wafievl by the a;!-..!- to tiu.t L-.-autiful city beyond wl,,rc pain c:v d -.'h arc 110 iuiro Mr. French was oao ol our mobt eiemplnry citi.'.eni;, pj;! 1 "11 1 r t v a-, i.i.ay 1 biec'ueu ha a laenc and ui-.ihbor. 1I rofoKfied faith lit Chris. t about four y are tup. a.'vL live.'! a ue out and l',iLi".ful clifiai tian. A wife Av b.MiW chil dicu sarvive him, and they have tl:i3 (.'yrapaihy of th.eoie'nunity Gr.KLMJUitr., J tine, lb IKOM IMNVII.I.K. Mra. Will Baker peni baturday with nlativea at lYv Handy. Application hm bon fded.fci a. new post-ofheo ut Greenbrier. John Wyly is handling tha yard stick for Mr. Fry, at Newport. Dave Wiggins has beon ippoLnt- wouiu-ue . 1 G. W ... 1 IM 1 is Headquarters for D ODSJOTIOHS ( taiies'-.-.N Gears FpMri EoaSs, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, AT, ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES. CAMDEN, - - TENN. I'he locubld did not tan y long in Earthuako bhocko cccand at this locality, nnd not a fcoynd of many poiut9 in the Mississippi them eau be heard now. Valley Tuesday morning. Slight Adam AkerB id down thid week but percoptiblo vibrations were felt with "a wheel off." He is having ibre Tuc day at 9.00 a. n. a tough time with chills. Mr. J. J. Weatherlv. of Eva. was J- McDanil, of Missouri, who initiated in tho protective degree bfc"u visiting hero for some Ij telegraph operator at lierdon. ci wooacratt at ttio regular meet- 1 iU ' ""-" "v-v- (Jut. I T . T . . . IP 1 ing of Postoak Camp, Woodmen of 1 UOM'')a"B Miss-Goldenia Goodma. 19 tho World, Tuesday evening. ruor.i smith s coixeoe. tendiing a music school, at Nash- Tho Democracy of this oouaty ,.,, ,IWIlJenM, ville. will meet here to-morrow in mass- So far there is no applicant for John Matheney is -reported very convention to select doleeatcs to the the Haider Iiidt'o school. low at the homo of hi3 brother, J 1m 1 o 1 ' 1 floterial convention. A full attend- A largo acreago is being planted Matheney. ance is desired and good men se- in stock peas in this communty. Charley Askew, of Berlin, Miss., lected to represent Benton County The bulk of the wheat crop in is spending a few .weeks, here with. in tho convention. this locality will bo harvested this homefolks. Profs. W. D. Cooper and S. A. week. Several of our people attended Clement, of Big Sandy, have been Two young mules on tho farm of quarterly mooting laet Sunday, at iu our midst several davs thia week. S. A. Byrn were killed by lightning Crooked Lreefc. Professor Cooner succeeds Profos- last week. -Well, it. is a conceded fact thai sor'Evans as principal of Benton - Mrs. Bennett returned homo last GeorgoWheatleyis tlioJiestioar. Seminary, and Professor Clement Tuesday from a visit to relatives in in town, and Will Dean is the most will bo. assistant. A eood f acid tv Decatur County. . tnxious to marry. has been selectod. and catalogues Bev. George Florence, of l'arsons, A reat aeat or woik -a in prog- of the school will soon be readv for will preach at Pleasant Hill next rcss here. The railroad track , is " I.. 1 mm M 1 1 1 diatrihution. Sunday evening. being.rai86d i teot ana a new Dnoge Coimsen's Iloaoy of Tar fis the best known remedy for con sumption, coughs, colds and all I throat and chest troubles. Every r bottle is gnaranteed. It is the best remedy for children. 25 and 50c. ! Sold by J. G. Treason. 17-2 c For Infants and Children. V-Tta KbJ Yen Hava Alvas Bs'jgiit Bears the v Cignaturo of Ladies: Send two-cent stamp for nice picture of Mra. Borer's Model Kitchen, showing the " Queen Cab inet " in nse. Expert cooks, chefs and good housekeepers overywhere are putting the Queen Cabinet in I their kitchens. It is for the coun I try home, the h.01130 in town, the j cozy flat or summer cottage. The .! Queen Cabinet Co., Dept. C, 212 Monroo Street, Chicago. A. GKKAT BAKGAIN. ' The treatment for worms must be prompt and safe. . White's Cream v. Vermifuge can be trusted to re- -Btore your child to health. It is a . tqnic as well as a worm destroyer. Every bottle guaranteed to bring -- worms. 2uc. Sold. by J. G. Pres .. son. 17-2 . Subscribe for The Chbosicle. I have a first-class aaw-mill plant, a8 good as new, which raust be sold at once, Will sell cheep for cash. Also two log wagons, one 3 J inch and ono 4 inch. Call on or address S. L. Teeleb, 17-2 Camden, Tenn SXKAIKD. . One red and white setter bird dog, J or i years old ; also ono setter LItch pup py, about 7 months obb white and lemon spots. . A liberal reward will be paid for tneir recovery cr any information lead ing to same. C. V. .Hawley. Senator James J eff reys End f am- We don't know who "citizen" is will be built this summer. 1- r,M iBf T.ia f as referred to by your Greenbrier Mrs. Doherty, of Big-bandy, who u 1 1 t 1 j 1 1 1 Ml 'j nv 11 Id! nr, TT4i, ti, i,nirQ i,nm, correspondent, DutmmK it win Buu iiUM wuuu vien-iuy n.i Buu( . x. in Utah since last summer. Sen- very well for the ono we mot one Ramsey, has returned home The ator Jeffreys left Wednesday to re- cold October morning clad in cot- latter has been yery sick, but is im- 1 1 T Alt 1 L JI..JX 1 '..n. .nr!11n "v. tmolfll port at Washington Citv. And as l0n FftUV3. rmco lueri coui,uruy - i. : : .i i nat. ana oare-iootets. ,wMu,iam'rr. bUUU BB UW l WUIllllbUIUIJCU tui-1 ' lector of the port of Memphis, the UB JJiU1 wunu. .u0fc , FltOM wiuaxmnmcxE family will take up their residence not lose sight of the facts connect- SpeciaUorrespon() in that city. m w,lu uw Vwm. un m w R Hamer &nd wife visited at Mr. O. W. Uubbs received the "" T?iy . Way this week. r"t vi i i u n i tyi nT-iTnr'iirnfiiijjsiMMi.i ... & sad news Tuesday of tho death of Z' 7 , 7' . Sulphur Springs are s popula i i u txt o n h ii- inac timo entirely ueieuseietiB irom , . hia uncle. Mr. W. S. Hubbs, at his I, , . .. . resort this season. borne at Harris Station. , He died u KlU0' ,,ULl ,uu" Born, June 5, to Dr. and Mrs. & early that morning after a short to rf31f t miT , Bth Span: B. Dillon, a daughter. illness,and tho suddenness of his liave been-at work day and . Iiev. Mr. Dunn wm,proach Uero demise was a great shock to the " 0 ', Tiii: ZT Sunday-at ltt tu. m. ! r Constable G.- M. Parker, of Sub are about 45,000 poorly equipped P" T ll6r6 :n f,..i a...,;,..i irD,-n,10 . 1'ut Melton tiasgonetoiuagnpi family and relatives. The Chron icle joins in extending sympathy to the bereaved. ; and ill-fed Spaniards in Havana, We are requestod to state that but it would be almost murder to where he is employed at a saw-mill. Mount Carmel Lodffe. No. 333. of aanA nr l,nv th now. The war Cr0P3 are JooS e-. -Wheat Free and Accepted Masons, at Hoi- grew out of a sentiment (wo do not harvest is on hand, nnd .tho yield la'dav. will observe St. John's Dav. doubt its sincerity aud good inten- promises to bo good .Tnne 21 The ororrrarn of the dav tions in this country to send relief Sometimes wo ar raked "Where will include a sermon, basket din- to tho starving Cubans, yet their k WhitloyvilJe?" To be brief, it ner, and an address by Prof. T.M. condition is growing daily worse, is on the. south -prone of Ilarmone twi iWl wB?n A rfrc,,. As to our right to force Spain out Creek, and 3 miles, .north -of Way. inents will be provided, and every- of Cuba, it ia a good question, for Don't forget while discuscing R body is cordially invited. discussion, but as public sentiment, telephone Izne . f rem .Eva tol axon, 3 without regard to party, creed, or th at Whitleyyillo will give it hearty Just received, a new and choice section forced the Administration support.- Jour Way correspondent Ua nf B!mA. f!nmfi nnd examine to act, its action will be more.hu- seems to uaye left. us out las week, them and get my prices. Every mane if carried to dta logical con- but, noveriheIe,;.we are anxious . .,,1.. " ... vi . . i. . .., j.- .lr-lm, wltbnnt delft v. tor the telephone line. pairWiU06Bo:uacnaruuniopiiut'B. T 1 n w Ar Smith's College, Juno 15. . Whitlexlle, Jnn? 15.