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T1 rjpA ilJiJj VOL. XXII. NO. J. c a Mi) i :x. t i :nx i :ss i :i i i;i;iiUAKV iDoi. CAM 0 ! t t "F I? IFF " W"' ii Lra Ljii Ira la J i L li La i ?;. v.?;:..' OFFERS THESE BARGAIN Good White Sugar. Light Brown Clarified Sugar Two packages Arbuckle's Coffee Two imcka;res "Lion Htad" toltt't Two pounds Soda ' i Largo Irish Potatoes 4 Lr i Br JJacon and Jjard a l'ure Apple Vinegar (regular 25 cents) 15 cents per gallon a lleinz's Best Apple Vinegar (DO cents gal.).. 20 cents per gallon T flood New Crnn TiOiiixiiiiiR MnlitKses -15 eitts upr I'nllon t Fresh Cabbage P Fresh Navy Beans 5 cents per pound J Nice Evaporated Peaches 10 cents per pound a Three-pound can White Heath Peaches 15 cents Two cans of same 25 cents f Three large boxes of Bruttou's Snuff 35 cents Oil Gooils. ptions; pass, (Wo can save you 20 per cent, on your purchases. All kinds of Patent Medicines at ACTUAL COST! Grove's and Rich's Chill f Tonic, 35 cents per bottle. All other patent medicines in same f proportion. ) TRY THE "BEE HIVE" ONCE, AND YOU WILL DO SO AGMN. y Remember, we are at the Camden Depot for the present. We I invite you all to come and see us at " THE BEE HIVE." Ilauile Hudson a Eospani, ppoppietops. CAMDEN, TENNESSEE. LEADS THEM ALL! TliBHeBRfljalSBWiBjHacMES $18 to $20. SOLD BY H. BATEMAN, T. West Side, Camden, Tenn. DEALER IN MONUMENTS, TOMBS, TABLETS Of the Best Quality American and Italian Marble aud Granite. -. 7 Hill'? ACISIHE PARIS, WE ARE PREPARED To do all kind of LATHE, ENGINE, BOILER, MILL and SAW MILL work. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. We keep SUPPLIES of all kinds, OILS, PACKING y YALVES, LUBRICATORS, OIL CUPS, etc. W make SMOKE STACKS to order. Sell all kinds of MACHINERY, ENGINES and BOILERS. If you have ? SECOND-HAND MACHINERY and want to sell it, list mission where we make a sale. If you want to buy sec ond-hand machinery, you want. TELEPHONE iiA 4 - j- 15 pounds for SI 00 . .10 pounds for 1 00 25 ivnts 25 rents I 5 cents 80 cents per bushel Q LU cents per pound A ,.. n ... T .2 cents per pound i ps sod Fine GlolMng. - A furniture:. Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Wall Paper, Curtains and Fixtures, PICTURES AND FRAMES, Household Goods, ETC., ETC. TENN. it with us. We only charge a com write us. We may have just wha PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. Bill Stokes of Holladny visited relatives here Sunday. D. G. Hudson went to Nashville Wednesday on business. Mrs. T. E. Ellington lias been quite eick for some time. A civ Ion Frazier of Lexington was over on a visit thia week. Storm parties are the latest fad in Camden society circles. S. A. Clement of Big Sandy vis ited relatives here last week. Pierce Berry of Wheatley was in the city Monday on business. Robert L. Phillips has resigned his position with T. J Lowry. Claude Hudson of Hollow Rock was over the first of the week J. E. Totty has been quite sick this week, but is resting easier. Eugeno Morris of Nashville was here this week to see homefolks. Mrs. J. II. Wyly has been quite sick, but is reported some better. The San Souci Club will meet with Mrs. C. N. Travis this even ing. There is something new nearly every week in our "Miscellaneous Advertising." Mrs. Annie Wheatley has filed a petition for divorce in the circuit court. J ustice W. II. Melton aud Con stable Pelt Farmer of Way were in the city Monday. Miss Mary McGill of Clarksburg is visiting her brother, Dr. W. P. McGill, this week. The many friends of Mrs. W. P McGill will be pleased to learn that she is much better. Mrs. Tom J. Dodd has returned lome from a visit to relatives aud friends at Holladay. Johu McCampbell of Simon was here this week and made arrange. meuts to enter school at Benton Seminary. The seventh district is infestec with thieves. A man by the name of West had all his meat stolen a few nights ago. Miss Pearl McRae was the guest of Miss Charlie Evans, out at the country home of W. II. Evans, the first of the week. Claude Hudson and wife, Kirby Lowry, Horace Jordan and W. M Robins of Hollow Rock attended the ball here last week. Regular services will be held a the Methodist Church next Sunday forenoon and evening, by the pas tor, Rev. J. M. Pickens. The entertainment given by Mrs, Dora Mc Mack in Saturday evening was enjoyed very much by a goodly number of young people. J. F. Presson of Dickson visited relatives here this week. He was accompanied by his mother, who has been visiting at Dickson. The personal effects of Alvin C Rushing, deceased, will be sold at his late home in the twelfth district uext Tuesday. G. W. Florence is administrator. Among the new students entering Benton Seminary this week were: Miss May.Claytou of Chalk Level, Wesley Legan of Simon, and Dee Smith of Holladay. Curtis Jordan, the 17 year old son of Mrs. Jordan, widow of Clark Jordan, deceased, died at his home in Middlebrook Tuesday afternoon. The young man was taken ill last (J ream 'Vermifuge is t!i bst pie week with something like a spinal j ventiveof nervousness. It strength- trouble. The interment took place at Cross Roads Cemetery Wednes- i .1. . i ii a. .i . day. e exiemi couuoieuce 10 lue bereaved relatives A surprise party at the ren'uh nee of F. E. MrElyt a Friday evening iroved quite a succei-s. O. W. Ilubbs left Ti;,sb.y for liptonville, where he will iiHsiitne harge of a new mercaniile eb'ttb inhment just opening up at that dace. Mr. Hubbs has sold his res idence property here to G. W. Ar nold. Marriage licenses have been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to Otto Arnold and A. Presson, M. V. Rust and Dora Council, E. C. Hicks and Annie Brack in, Waller lobins and Laurena Nance, R. K. Lowry and Anna MeDaniel, li. B. Wyatt and Mary A. Melton. The Taris Machine Shops are prepared to do all king of lathe, engine, boiler, mill and saw-mill work. They keep supplies of all kind, sell all kinds of machinery, engines, boilers, and make smoke stacks to order. All work guaran teed. See advertisement in anoth er column. Owing to the spreading of small pox in all the adjoining counties, the county board of health, at a re cent meeting, decided that general vaccination was urgent and import ant in Benton County, and that it should be attended to without fur ther delay. While this action of the board is not compulsory, its members realize that smallpox will spread to this county sooner or la ter, hence the importance of vacci nation. The board urges that ev eryone apply to their nearest phy sician at once aud be vaccinated. Miss Mary A. Melton of Sawyer's Mills and R. B. Wyatt of Townes were united in marriage Wednes day. MY Wyatt and Miss Melton drove to town Wednesday morning and after procuring a license they soon found Justice F. E. Cuff, who tied the knot that made them one. Mr. Wyatt and his bride left im mediately for their home in Carroll County. It is said that another gentleman had procured license to marry the same young lady, but Mr. Wyatt, who got wind of what was on foot, nipped all other plans in the bud by marrying her himself The marriage of Mr. Kirby Low- ry of Hollow Rock and Miss Anna McDaniel took place at the home of the bride's father, Clerk and Master A. G. McDaniel, Wednes day forenoon, Rev. J. M. Ticketis, pastor of the Methodist Church, South, officiating. Among those present were Mrs. Donna Faulk nerand Mr. Horace Jordan of Hoi low Rock, Miss Ola McDaniel, who is attending school at Jackson, Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Lowry, Mr. and Mrs A. S. Justice, Mrs. Leona McDan iel. The happy couple left on the morning train for Hollow Rock, where they will reside, Mr. Lowry being engaged in business there. The Chronicle joins their many friends in extending congratnla tions and best wishes. You can help anyone whom you find suffering from inflamed throat; laryngeal trouble, bronchitis, colds, coughs, etc., by advising the use of Ballard's Horehound Syrup the great remedy for coughs and colds. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all druggists. Nervous children are almost al ways thin c'ui Id reu. The "out-door- oov is seldom nervous. wiuo'S j ens the system and assists to tha' sortof flesh, whi h cr. ;.tes strength . i .. .... r .... l !.:.. o-r Hiiiini.'.erin cmiuinicf. .i i ht, - sents. Sold by nil UruggUt. FIJOM FLAT WOODS. Ii:n!;ir con e immI''Ih'4 Farmers h?i v begun sowing oats. Dr. H. M. MeAul-y of Camden was lu re last week on professiomJ business. Next Sunday is the regular ap point iiient of R.-v. G. W. Floreuco at Wesley Chapel. Ernest Davidson, who has been very sic k with pneumonia, is con valescing. R. C. Biiifoid has been called to Ramble Creek to see his brother, rP T. IV... .1 ...I . .... -1 x. out ,nu is very sick, wltu pneumonia. A quilting nijd rail-ppliting took place at the home of J. C. Child ress last Wednesday, followed by a song service at night. Flatwoods, February 19. FltOSl TOWNES, Special coi rc.HpoiHlencf . J. B. Anderson went to Chalk Level Sunday. Jesse Worrell has gone to Bucna Vista on business. John R. Johnson has been oa the sick list for some time. Miss Ethel Cooper of Devider, who has been attending school here, has returned home. It is intimated that George II. Cowell will begin a singing school here next Saturday. As soon as the school here is out several students will go elsewhere, either to Camden or McLemores- ville, to attend school. If you don't know it, Townes is situated in Carroll County, on Cot ton Creek, near Big Sandy River, about thirty feet from the Benton County line, on a sand hill between John Newman's and Daddy Jor- lan's. No trouble to fiud Townes. Townes, February 19. A CHANCE TO SAVK MONKT AT TUK NEW VOItK STOKK. We are receiving a new line of spring Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, etc., and can save you mon ey if you come to the New York Store. We are selling goods at the low est prices. We can sell you goods 10 per cent, cheaper than any other house in the county. We mean just what we say. We invite you to come and see our goods and get our prices before you buy elsewhere. Yours for business, Naifeh Bros., Camden, Tenn. When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballard's Snow Liniment gives prompt relief. Price, 25c and 50c. Sold by all druggists. Do you waut to make money? Would you be satisfied with modest returns, say ten (10) percent, per month on an investment of from S100 to $500? If so, write for my book on "How Money Makes Mos ey, bt-nt tree to any address on application. A postal card brings it. Address Ellis E. Beebe, Paris, Tenn. CASTOR! A For Infant3 and Children, The Kind Yea m Always Bought Bears the Signature of Don't let the hand of time paint wrinkleson jour fae. Keep young by kt-t-ping the blood pur and the digestive organs in a healthful con di'.ion. HerbiuewiMdothis. Health isyouth.di-as and ickn ss brings ..?.t ... !...:.. . .. ... c.i i i. j mui uy-. unr,w wins, oum ujr all druggists.