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CAMDEN CHRONICLE SUPPLEflENT.
THE CHRONICLE. A rolJNTV NKWHPAI'KH. I'tblisiikl) Wekklt at Camdkn, Tenn. ? NT t RC D AT CAMOI N AS &E CO NO-CLASS MAIL MATTE .1. - .I- ni r -u .11-1 -i-. i j-i.i- ...... i i- i Hl'SINKSS ANNOINCEMKNT. The subscription price of Thk (iikonki.k Is l.oo per year; M cents for six months; 25 rents for three months, which positively must be paid in advance. All subscriptions will be promptly stopped at expiration of time paid for. Obituary and similar notices will be chai ned for at the rate of 3 cents per line. We will furnish rates for display and local advertising on applica tion. Newscommunlcallonsand articles on tpiestio. J of public Interest are solicited, but we assume no responsibility for the expressions contained in all such communications and articles published. Remittances can be made In various ways that are perfectly safe, but all remittances sent are at risk of the sender. All remittances and business communications should be sent to THAV1S BROS., Camden, Tenn. FIUDAY, MARCH 15, 1901. FROM FLATWOODS. Special correspondence. V. I, l'iiiror.l an. I family visit-.! I, in father Snnilay. James Utley of IW Oak spent Sunday with home folks. Kiiox PnlToni ami w ife were the (.'in sts of hi father-in-law i. II. ('nil' Sunday. John Water and Prof W. T. l'allord of Itamhle Creek were in our midst Sun day. T. II. Palfml of Lexington is visiting friends ami relatives here hut will return home shortly. Mrs. Gertrude Cunningham who has been confined to her bed w ith pneumonia is convalescing. Marvin PafTord who recently lost his house by tire will soon have another one ready to move into. Hev. W. . Watts preached an inter esting sermon at this this place Sunday at 11 a. m. and Chestnut Hill at 3 p. in. , A rain thunder and lightning storm passed through this community Saturday night. The lightning set on fire a large straw stack of T. W. Pafford's and killed three nice hogs belonging to Mitt I lamer. FLatwoods, March 12. FROM WVLY- Special correspondence. Lawson Berry was over last week. Buford Cantrell visited here Saturday. Earley Lockhart went to Paris Satur day. George Nobles visited W. H. Hicks Sunday. Landon Presson visited at Big Sandy Sunday. Bud Herrin and family visited at Flat woods Sunday Charlie Trantinan has gone to Saws ville on business. Mrs. W. E. Herrin and son were here on business last week. J. B. Herrin and family have moved to the James Alsup place. Wyly, March 12. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of CHANCERY COURT. The following is the docket for chancery court which convenes nt this place Monday: J M. Kee vs. I. N Ilridt s el hIh. ; K J. Nunnery vs. (icurgt Nunnery et als.; W. . McKae vh E E. Fry; U. L.Nance v. II. VV. Akers -t als ; S. Pmrues vs. E (J. Flowers el nls.; V. It. Harris vs. J. E Holmes et als ; V. (i. Bohinsonet als. vs W. II. Wyatt nl als. ; W. F. Har rison vs. A. C. Mcllaeet als.; Alma Fry vs. J. M. Bishop et als ; Lawrence Lanier vs. The Camden Bank it Trust Co., etals ; (J . OT.arrtt uls. vs .1. M. Spiteret als. ; i V. Cole et als ys J P. Jordan etals.; W T. Holland vs. U S Fire In surance Co. ; W. 1'. McKae and w ife vs. E E. Fry ; Nicholas Scharn"& Son vs. J. W. Fry; The Eldridge Kliririml Mfg., Co., vs. 1 (i I)nd.-on, receiver, et als ; Lucy '"oily vs Alex Cody; ILL and T. C. Pierce vs. Vinev t'herry el als ; i T Moiris vs. Lillie. May .Morris etals ; J. G. Ta hr vs S. W. Cooley et als ; D. E. Slallinus . .M. C. Stalling; A. E Kirk vs. Waller Kirk : Mix. U. A. Waddell vs. Fidelity Trust and Vault Co., et als ; Noah 'Aright vs. V. V. Ueaton et als. ; l B. Marker vs. J. A. Holland i t als.; Florence Perry vs. Scott Perry; ( W. Wood v.s A II. Prichar 1 et als ; M. L. Atkins vs. II. Atkins t als.; John Pal mer, administrators, vs. L K. King t; als. ; C. L liird vs. Callie Hitd ; M. C. Hartley et als v.s A. L Phif.-r et als ; II. I) Odle vs H. 15 French ; W. II Ar nold vs T.(' Craney; J F. I law ley vs. A. Clement et als ; YV. T. Taylor et als. vs. J. S. ( hamheis et als ; N'onli Wriiihl vs. Jake Sparks et als. ; Arie A. Finley vs. V. K McUaeet als ; Tennie 15 Hall et als. vs. John Paff..rd. FROM CKOOKKI) CKKKK, Special correspondence. A cold wave struck this locality last night. Mr. Dan . spent last Sunday in lo Town. Mrs. Flora Clavton is visiting ai Faxon this week. We think there i" zoiii: to he a wed ding soon Aunt Bailie Stigner is very sick with pneumonia. W. H. Parker went to Pig Sandy one day last week. Little Dimonl Finch spent last week with Dan Agy of Faxon. Mr. Travis Holland and Waller Akers are engaged in a job of tie hacking near Danville. Mrs. Lillie Akers spent Saturday and Sunday with hersister Mrs. Annie liobim of Dog Town. Crooked Crkek. March II. The Great Modern Newspaper. 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