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'Q CI- RONICLE I A .iiUJiiilJ mm lw J 1JL1H " VOL. xxn. x). V2. cam ni ix, ti:xxi:ssi;j:. MARCH 15. ItKH, We f1 LA SVtiri 'J & HALL. ; Try LEE v i j) X Are Making1 a Specialty Of High Grade Fertilizers. If you intend using fertilizers in your crops, call at once and give Q us your orders. We can save you money iF you intend buying. 4 ... v 7 WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Unn on eiiiuu ftpflnnDino in itarlnn u WE ALSO CARRY A MAMMOTH STOCK OF WE DELIVER EVERYTHING, CORN, HAY, OATS, BRAN, FEED STUFF, -: AND ALL KINDS OF FIELD SELZD. ? The best thing ever produced uur Mixed Feed. as a Mixed Feed. WE BUY -r Everything the farmer has to sell, and pay the best market prices. LEADS THEM ALL! T&2 Rev Roijal gewios Macfeine $13 to $20. PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. sold i;y T. H. BATEMAN, West Side, Camden, Tenn. DKAI.I.K IN U W.,,..t i '-;., i S, ,,1 fllf Chancery court convenes next Monday. A. J. I1 tiller is on the sick list this week. llev. J. W. Wardlow visited the school Monday. Mis. Will McGee has been sick for several days. llev. J. M. Pickens was iudis- A girl was born to Mr. find Mrs. Kb Davidson Monday afternoon. 0. W. Iltibb s eaino up from Tip- ' tonville Friday on business, return ing .Sunday. Misses Bertha and Zula McKl yea will entertain the Jolly Sisters this evening. Knoeh Harris left here yesterday The entertainment to have been given by Miss Pauline Brooks Sat urday evening was postponed ou account of the inclement weather. Tho committee on the selection of a site for the proposed Metho dist Church have under considera tion two voluntary contributions of vacant lots from II. L. Phillips and morning for Humboldt, Alamo and ! )r- ' - McGill MONUMENTS, TOMBS, jfi TABLETS . Of the Best Quality American and Italian Marble aud Granite. Pell's Station. Gus L. Tottv. who has been in William Harris of Ilolladay was Xashville several weeks, returned IV-'-i !i U - p1-. - FURNITURE, Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Well Paper, Curtains and Fixtures, PICTURES AND FRAMES, in town Monday. W G. Mclhvain of Mdhvain was in town Tueslny. Sterrell Ilayboru of Big Sandy was here Tuesday 11 home sick Tuesday night. Mrs. Albert W. Presson of South Camden, who lias been quite sicli for several days is improving. Carl Nunn of Brownsville nnd L. Phillips went to Hollow who is in the internal revenue ser ine. , KTC. HAG M 9 it PARIS, TENN WE ARE PREPARED ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Ilock last Monday. j T. J. Dodd went to Huntingdon Household Goods, ' Mo,;t,;i' on lmsiness- W. T. Morris made a flying trip to Nashville Monday. J ustice John Palford of Way was 'in the city Wednesday. Don't neglect being vaccinated. Smallpox all around us. Fred W. Purdy of Henderson was in the city Monday. L. 11. Watson is studying law in the otfice of S. L. Peeler. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plant Wednesday. K. G. Flowers is building a new MiWX To do all kind of LATHE, ENGINE, BOILER, MILL' and SAW MILL work. We keep SUPPLIES of all kinds, OILS, PACKING, VALVES, LUBllICATOllS, OIL CUPS, etc. We fence around his residence 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 it with us. We only charge a com mission where we make a sale. If you want to buy second-hand machinery, write ns. We may have just what yo-u want. .TELEPHONE 126. V, -r ' Tlie Ivinl You Have Always Jtouglit has borne the sigiia ture of ChaH. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over ;$ 3 ears. Allow 110 one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-g-ood" are but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children Experience Against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Judge John C. Sweeney of Paris was in the city Wednesday. Horace and Elbert Stockdale of Enloe visited here Tuesday. T. J. Dodd is making eonse im provements at his dwelling. County Superintendent McD. Neal was in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phifer of Claud visited here this week. Berry Herndon of the ninth dis trict was in the city Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Saunders of Nash ville is visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Tonkins spent Sunday with relatives at Claud. Miss Pearl Spellings returned from McKenzie Sunday evening. Jackson Allen a seminary stu dent is on tho sick list this week. Workmen are stringing wires for D. G. Hudson paid Huntingdon asocial visit Sunday, went to Nash ville yesterday on business and in billed to appear at Big Sandy to morrow. We have not seen I113 itinerary for next week. Lawyers W. W. Farabough and A. B. Lamb, of Paris, G. T. Mc Call ond Joe R. Hawkins, of Hunt ingdon, were in the city Thursday taking depositions in the Camden Bank & Trust Co., matter. Wednesday afternoon the high wind carried sparks from the chim ney of A. J. Fuller's residence and iguited the roof, but was fortunate ly discovered before gaining muck headway and extinguished. G. B. Ilolladay of Ilolladay wa3 in the city Monday enroute from Woodland Mills where he carried his little daughter, Vivian, to have a madstone applied, she having been bitten by a mad dog last week. The sixty-eighth annual meeting of the Tennessee Medical Society will be held in Nashville, April 9. Mesdames W. L. McLlyea and 10 and 11. The indications are J. D. Crocker are snendimr a few 'Hint mpoti ill 1 vice was in the city this week. Miss Bettie Carrington has been elected president of the Jolly Sis ters to succeed Allie V. Bowles. Mrs. Claude Waggoner and niece, Louise Waggoner, of Johnsouville are visiting friends here this week. J. T. Coleman of Perryville aud who resided here a short time some years ago was in the city this week. II. II. Anderson is making build ing and some other improvements this week. Midnight prowlers are prcvaleut in Camden and two attempts at house breaking are reported this week. days with friends and. relatives at Huntingdon. R. E. Whitfield, who joined the regular army last year, is now in esting one. A large number of papers, important to the profession, will be read and discussed. The following real estate traus- Pekin, China, with Company II, ferswere registered since our last Ninth Infantry. issue: WT. P. McGill to Ed Bar- Workmen are engaged in laying! nett, tract of laud containing. 109 a brick sidewalk fronting Crocker's , acres in the third district, consid stable and Gillespie's Booze Em-deration $200.00; Benton County to porium this week. M. F. Davis, two tracts of laud con- Ephram Will iamsof the Southern 'taining 41 and 7S acres in the eighth district, consideration 6238.70; M. F. Davis to J. II. Barnes, 25 acre of laud in the eighth district, con sideration S13S.70. Caitoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It U Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Nar-otic iire. its ajre is us suarauiee. ic uesiroys v.nus si ml nJtavs Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea ind AYind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought 4 A. 3 - M Bears tho Signature of 4 J Vi' . In Use For Over 30 Years. week. Clarence White and Obe Ptckard of Waverly were in the city last week. Iness pertaining Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Lowry of 1 Hank & Trust Co., suit Hollow Rock visited relatives here this week. i The latest styles in visiting cards her husband have been received atTliE CllnOX i ICLE office. The rank of esquire wasconft rred ' upon R. W. Ayres by the Knights of Pythias Monday evening. i The court yard presents a more! Laundry Co., at Nashville, was in the city Wednesday enroute to his home at Manleyville. Miss Ola McDaniel who is at tending college at Jackson visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McDaniel, this week. Our citizens shold not ignore the shade tree finest ion as sn"'psted bv : d,'1mlan,s' lioh,'rt K- Ezra Watson, jm- snaut uee quest ion as suggested oj tii) u.alsf)!li Jnl,n j K.lllp ArMo B Kau,.r the board. 1 he season them will soon be over. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. A. Fry ct nls. vs. Robert K. Wood et als.-Iu Uic County Court o( Benton County, Tf.nnt'sscp. In this ciiuse It appears from affidavit tliat Oie : the local telephone exchantre this the board. The season for setliner ' w. Wood. c. h. Woortie, Num-y vvootiio, Xowton r. odd, jiiixwen, o . .. Miixwen, Arsoivo Wooilie md husband Woodfp, are all non- PQt T T roninK Voi.ar1,i residents of the State of Tennes.w. so that the Vapi. X. u. uanier oi aeilj 01.clj.iry imH.essof law can not be srrved upon Was here this week OU legal busi- them. Itisthereforeortleredbyim:,G.B.Gret'r. to the Camden ; ct als.. Uw afoio named defendant. pntir thHr appearance in this came on or before tb fiTst Monday 1 i April, '!, and plead, answer or d- Mrs. Charles N. Travis will leave lil,,r, ooinpiaiiiaiits'iiiii filed in this cause (m t .,T . . . . . and by whteli be seeks sale of E. T. Woods laml for Washington next Week to JOIU to pay debts and partition or tho alienation Master Orville will oiiitiiiiiedwillK' taken for conf.sedan4 uiL'raMM'wu'Ji iieai ni e pane as 10 ineni. u, in further oidered that this order be piilbln-4 for four roiisecutive weeks in Tnr. CAiivv CiiKO.vin.K, a newspaer published in ibeUnm of Caiiidt-n, Tennessee.. This the .':t!i day id February, ivoi. g i;.'f;i:r.Ki;,n.-ik. .In K. II awkiss, solicitor fur eoiiiplaiuaulr,. remain in school at Camden. Senator Henry Fryer has intro duced a bill in the senate to pro tect fish in the waters of Beaver Dam Creek and its tributaries. Tnr Chkonicle clubs with the cry ' r.ttrartive appearance, the grass be-1 St. Louis Republic at 1.7o; the 'i:ig ii o.vi d, uird cleaned and a gen-1 Home and Farm at 123; the St. i f. 1 ii iiouttion of Luc couuty caj)i-1 Louis Rf public at $1.75, aud the tab iNashwlle BaLiicr at irl.To. BIDS REOPENED. TI.c '.a leva vais-. .2U n. tv eiubtli ?;vtl district in tlie cass of G. T.Mu.t.s vs. la. lie M iy Morris et als., I will hc!d 01 en tl bidsoa ilj luiiU mail M-ji;d-iv, Mm eh . i".t, ;.l 1 o'c'.ovk. V,'. 1,. s,- i',:uis.