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I (I I ULJLL4 Mi 4 .'-1 "a VOL. XXII. NO. 11. (iamdi'x, ti:.nm:ssi:i:. 1 j AiviJlJiLii 1 LEADS THEM ALL! T&s Hew Rojjal Sevin MacliInB 518 to $20. SOU) II Y T. H. BATEMAN, West Side, Camden, Tenn. DI'Al.KK IN jT . - ' - . . .. ". " ' ' . - ' '"-'iik'lV; '"'''. ' : . ' f , '"- MONUMENTS, TOMBS, ii TABLETS Of the Best Quality American and llalian Marble aud Granite. - , i i : rv ' 1 1 l " I I I " i I " LV i .'- , ill. i-t-". ; ;!Mi:i - - - """" i i O" 3 Carpets, Rugs, Mattin V.'all Pcper, Curtains and Fixtures, PICTURES AND FRAMES, I Household Goods, ETC., ETC. n' i "A riATEfi Claude Hudson k Co., proprietors of the "Bee Hive," have purchased the Fry k Cor bitt stock of hardware and consolidated the two big stocks which form the greatest Ag gregation of bargains ever shown in Camden. In this combination you will find clothing, drugs, hats, hardware, shoes, groceries, dry goods and Bob Ay res' tobacco. At the "Stock Store" brick, up town. glands less eo a fjespaflij, ppoppletops. Six prisoners are now registered at the county jail. Muster Bobbie Cotbitt is quite nick with pneumonia. The rank of page was conferred upon R. V. Ay res by the Knights of Pythias Monday night. Presiding Elder J. V. Waters will deliver a M inion at the Meth odist, Church Sunday night. Lewis Prowning has Bold his in terest in the restaurant business and returned to the country. Miss Cora Maiden has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. S. Weatherly, at Hardin, Ky. Marriage licenses have been is sued by County Clerk O. B. Greer to Edgar Fhifer and Emma Ilern- don. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eula Hudson last Monday morn ing. Mother and child are doing well. Little Carlos Thompson sustain ed two broken ribs as a result of a fall from a fence Wednesday after noon. An effort is being made to secure a pardon for Carl Arnold, who is serving a sentence in the house. Mrs. E. M. McAuley, "Miss Hes ter Bell, Walter Hudson and Vir gil Holland spent Sunday at Big Sandy, Ephram Williams of Maulyville was is town last week en route to Nashville where he has secured a position. The arrival of a flue baby boy gladdened the home of Mr. am Mrs. T. B. Totty of Nashville Feb ruary 28. John W. Arnold lias returned to Camden and established a shoe and harness repair shop at Plaut's liv ery stable. Will M. Robins has resigned his Dr. and Mrs. Jb Anderson of Huntingdon visited Mrs. Amhr- . itf ii sou s parents, Mr. and .mis. u. m. Lashlee of the tenth district this week. Mrs. A. Arnold and daughter, Miss Pearl, returned home yester day from Tullahoma, where they have been spending several weeks visiting. In the sale, of the Fry k Cotbitt st(wdv of hardwareto Claude Hud- sou k Co, Will S. Corbitt retained an interest in the business and will be glad to see his friends at the old stand. The case of J. S. Hall against A. J. Woods and others, plea of debt, was disposed of by Justice T. E. Cuff Wednesday. Judgment was work- PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. B. F. Brown came down Sunday i from Sugar Tree, returning Mon Je.so T. DwH, of Comply I), Thirty-seventh Infantry, letunied Wednesday from San Francisco, after two )ears service in the Phil ippines with that gallant command, composed mainly of Teniiensecani. He went through the service and endured all the hardship of soldier ing, but escaped without a wound. He is now visiting relatives at Mansfield. Paris Press. J. F. Stockdale, jr., an old influ ential citizen, died at his home in the ninth district last Saturday very suddenly, lie was 57 years of age, and h aves a wife jur-d -euht chil dren. The remains -were- interred at the Stoekdale Cemetery S.inday. The surviving wife is seriously ill and some doubt is expressed for rendered for the complainant forjher recovery. We join in tender $122 45. The subject of the debate at the Benton Seminary to-night is "Re solved, That man is stronger intel lectually than woman as proven by scientists." A warm discussion is anticipated. Rev. J. M. Pickens, pastor of tht Methodist Church, preached at. the Presbyterian Church last Sunday night, the high winds making it un safe to hold services at the Metho dist Church. The following students from out of town have entered Benton Sem inary this week: Lem Thompson of Chalk Level, A. N. McKelvey aud Finis Madden of Oakdale, and Miss Holland of Eva. Robert Corbet t and family mov ed to Tennessee City yesterday Mr. Corbet t has got the contrac tor carrying the mail from Teunes see City to Danielsville. Dickson Home Enterprise. The gentleman of the Sans Souci will entertain the club at the resi deuce of Hon. T. C. Rye to-night. As it is near the close of the season, position with-Claude Hudson it Co. a disbanding banquet will be spread D. G. Hudson was in Nashville day Tuesday. Misses Pearl Spellings and Joe Elihn Hudson is .clerking for T. Sullivan visited at McKenzie this J. Lowry. J. B. Vickrey went to Ihuiting ilon Saturday. week. Mrs. J. B. Vickrey spent several days visiting in Huntingdon this Tom Pafford of Lexington was week here this week. ( Mrs. J: D. Crocker spent a few B. F. Davidson of Way was in (days visiting in Hollow Rock last the city Monday. week. The sarsaparilla season will be Robert L. Fhillips is behind the I counter at the "Bee Hive" this UUV v"' - r J. R. Davidson of Johnsonville wa3 here Monday. E. Tippett of Coxburgh was in the city this week. J. F. Beaton spent several days in Nashville last week. Gus Williams of Henry County -was in the city last week. Acklin Frazier of Lexington was -over on business this week. Miss Bettie Whitfield is visiting relatives in Henry County. Eugene Morris of Nashville spent eeveral days here this week. Prof. John W. Blair of Christ masville spent Sunday here. J. II. Whitfield of Camden was here last week.-Paiis Press. Deputy Sheriff Hannie Milliard of Holladay was here Monday. Mrs. T. C. Eye- entertained the Sans Souci last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall inter tamed the Jolly Sisters last night. Cora Maiden entertained a number of friends Saturday night week. Misses Delia Lockhart and Lucy Lock in an visited in the country Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Fry of Sugar Tree visited relatives at this place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will W. Atchison of Big Sandy visited relatives here this week. Herbert A. Caraway and A. N. Lindsey of Big Sandy were in the city Monday. Judge J. G. Robins who was in disposed for several days is able to be out agaiu. Miss Lou Clement has returned home after a few weeks visit in the ninth district. Maj. E. T. McGill of Dickson is the guest of his son, Dr. W. P. Mc Gill, this week. Aunt Lizzie Thomas, an aged negress, died at her home north of Camden last week. The telephone poles have been and accepted a position on The Chronicle. Lawson Beaton of the ninth dis trict and formerly a sergeant of the First Tennessee Regiment was in the city Sunday. A hunting party composed of G. W. Arnold, C. V. Hawley, Harvey Garrett and Eugene Morris spent yesterday in the field. Robert Phillips and J. B. Vick rey of Camden were in Huntingdon last Wednesday on business. Car roll County Democrat. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDaniel have returned home from Chalk Level, Mr. McDaniel's school hav ing closed at that place. First Monday was a good day for our local merchants. The splendid weat her drew a large gathering and the streets were crowded. Rev. B. C. Scruggs stopped in the city 'Tuesday while enroute to Selmer, where he is pastor," from a visit in East Teunessee. Miss Ola Travis of Paris, who will assist Mrs. S. J. Travis in the millinery store this season, arrived in the city Tuesday evening. W. S. Morgan, W. F. Harrison, John Scruggs, Blanty Holladay and Bud McCord were among the Hol laday attendants at court Monday. Nolie J. Cuff lias secured a cler- ical'position on the steamer Delta of the Arkansas River Packet Co., and sailed Tuesday for Vicksburg. The students debate at Benton Seminary last Fiiday evening was largely attended and very interest and preparations have been made for a very enjoyable occasion. Vance J. Higgs, a McKenzie boy, who has been reading law in Judge Hawkin's office at Huntingdon, has hung out his shingle, occupying rooms in the Wright Building. He is a very bright young man and we predict a successful future. McKenzie Herald. Capt. Leon Caraway of Big Sandy has applied for a commission in the regular army. He was captain of Co. I., First Tennessee Regiment and served eighteen months in the ing sympathy to the bereaved am- Sheriff E. E. Fry returned from Inion City Tuesday evening with lussell Scruggs who is wanted hero on four charges shooting craps, daying cards, house-breaking and ' arceny, and disturbing public .as sembly. The city nlso line a charge of fighting against him. Scruggs was serving a sentence at Union City for some misdemeanor. On default of bond he was placed be hind the bars. The regular meeting of the lioard of mayor and aldermen was held Saturday night. The usual routine work was transacted and nothing of special importance. A resolution requesting the property holders to plant shade trees along side walks of the square and over the city was adopted. Several havevoluuteerly set out trees, and it is hoped that every citizen will join in an effort to make Camden presentable. Hubert Fisher died very sud denly Sunday evening, at his homo in the fourth district, of apoplexy, and his remains were interred nt Cross Roads Cemetery Monday. He was about 25 years of age and a most excellent young man, po sessing a large circle of friends. He leaves a wife and one child, a mother, Mrs. Isabella Fisher, threw sisters and one brother, Wallace Fisher of Bertrand, Mo., arriving' Monday evening. TllE CmtONICLE extends sympathy to the grieved family. A meeting was held last Friday night at t lie court house for the purpose of considering plans to- f 4 buns erected and if the switch board and ! ing. The Claude Hudson Concert boxes arrive this week Camden will ' Band furnished music. These de- . i c -r t a f amaiit ana launiy l10n. O , i . .... ..l.; wl.n tl... l.if ! l-.utKj nru uiitprlniiiiinf nml nr lielit Ilia Uiuw " visited in Sunday. j ter part of next week. every Friday night. lilippines. Congressman called on the adjutant general at Washington last Tuesday to urge the appointment. Claude Hudson k Co. have pur chased the Fry k Corbitt stock of hardware and consolidated it with the "Bee Hive" and the two stocks have been jammed together at the Stock Store Brick. Room is at a premium and goods will have to be gotton rid of in some way until more room is added. A chance to buy cheap. Harrison Williams, a son of Gus Williams of Henry Comity, and who for some months has held a po sition as bookkeeper for the South ern Laundry atNashville, shot four times at a young man by the name of Gaines, at their boarding place last week. The young men got m- to a difficulty over a young lady which resulted in Gaine's receiving a wound in the arm by a bullet from William's revolver. Young Williams waived examination and gave bond upon a charge of assault with intent to commit murder. lie is well known here and hu many friends regrx t the occurrence. ward the erection of a new Metho dist Church. Six hundred dollars have been subscribed and Hon. J. A. Clement and A. G. McDaniel were appointed as a committee te solicit subscript ifins. A. S. Jus tice, S. L. Peeler and Dr. W. P. McGill were appointed a commit tee to select a location for the pro posed church. A. G. McDaniel was appointed to confer with the Bap tist Church in regard to the two hurchesburninga brickkiln. An other meeting was held last night but we were too late to give the pro ceedings until next week. OAS i lor Infants and Children. Tha Kind Yea Have Always Bought of p7ISS Bears the f.ignature Do you want to make money? Would you be satisfied with modest returns, say ten (10) per cent, per month on an investment of from $100 to 8500? If so, write for my book on "How Money Makes Mon ey." Sent free to any address on application. A postal card brings it. Address Ellis E. Beebe, Pari?, Tenn.