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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
Will M. Robins went to Hollow J lock Saturday to take part in tli' drama, "Tony the Convict," which wan presented at Vale that night. Mr. A. V. Howies has resigned from the faculty of the Benton Seminary and went to Paris Mon day where he has accepted a cleri cal position with a new firm at that place. The people of Camden have com paratively no sickness because of its high location and pure water. Though it is important to keep the town perfectly clean and continue the good health of the people. The home of Tom Bomar near Mauley ville, Henry County, was completely destroyed by fire last Friday night. It was valued at 1,400 and was covered by insur ance. Tennessee Republican. Claude Hudson returned from Hollow- Rock Tuesday. He leaves for St. Louis, Cincinnati and Balti more Sunday to inspect the mar- After spending a few days with relatives and friends in the country 121 ill 11 Hudson has returned home. Itl.NTON M.MI.NAItl ITKMS. SUCCESSFUL DAN QUET. Tim Sunn Nourl Club llnltl it Iibftiillii ltnitit Ml Tom V. Ityr'x. Prof. Johnson has taken charge of the business department in the! The Princes of the Order of Ca- j Seminary since Prof. Howies has ; liphs, a secret order, was organized j left. ; The disbanding banquet of uf here last Monday evening with the' Rev. Waters cast a ray of sun- i S,ms So"(,i !,' ' gentlemen of t Im, followin- ollicers: Tom I J. Rye, shine by his presence at the Semi-("1,lh nt ,,,e ,'il' 'f U" sultan; S. L. Peeler, khatib; I), nary Monday n.or uing. , U Rye last, Friday evening was a (J. Hudson, caliph; J. (J. Robins, Mr. Elliott entertained the stu- ",,u knl Mirpassing any pasha; G. W. Arnold, vizier; V. E. dents Monday and Monday ni-ht ,JV,M,t ,,f tlu' M'"S(n- The reception McCullough, oriental guide; W. T- by his dialect reading. Mr. Elli-:of ,,,e r",', 1,,'UI 7 4 :' "m1 ,K Morris, first guardian of the faith- (,tt is a distinguished reader Mml ', Piu ,,M' '"ifavorable weather, all ful; Mike Fry, second guardian of his "Brer liahbit and t he Tar Ha- We,v Pr'M't 1,1,1 t couples pi c the faithful; J. H. Vick rey, dervish. by" Hlld many other stories Aited by illness and absence from Several pilgrims will b,. met on greatly enjoyed by all present, jthecity. The handsome home pie their journey next Monday even-, The subject for debate t his after-: 8tJn,'J'1 11 1,liL:,ir "" inviting scene; 'noon is: Kesolved. "That Abra-H Im i-lf for the guests, A Hakerville special to the Nash- ,,,) Lincoln has made u better!'1 l'loak l'",M" for tl,H ,ft,1i'K' ville Banner says: "A petition is President and statesman than An-, ,1m' VV(J,V t',-",H fur llu' itlemeii anil frappe was served in the hall by Miss Nell Rye. The being circulated here for names op posing the abolishing of the pres ent charter of Waverly. Several signatures were secured. It is un drew Jack son. kets and make selections of spring roods for Ins houses at Camden find I lated. and the h-dil tiromises to be Hollow Rock. There is a delegation from Hunt ingdon in the city, hereon account of the consideration of the propos ed repeal of the charter and rein- We ai'e indebted to State Super-' members of the club wore white inlendent of Public Instructio'i t carnat ions. The dining room was lerstood that a similar petition will Morgan C. Filzpatrick for a copy decorated with pink carnations. be circulated throughout the conn-iof l'i'innnal report to the govern-; At 0 o'clock the assemblage en ty. It is also understood that a ! or for wd.olastic year ending j ,ie dinin-r room. At each petition favoring the abolishing of ( ' f " liiieiesr- pbite w as laid a printed menu with the charter and incorporating un der the four mile act will be circu- ing compendium f statistics andH violet attached bv a loop of pur- shows a grand total of t he school rj,)011 Hll, were retained as attendance in Benton County to be j Hmivelljrs. The supper was served a warm one, and from present indi- ' , , ' , . ' t'iir courses and the menu as ' 1 mn li-w V V( Hi i-iirtit'i inn is III' !. . fntinn it lnnlfsi ns if t)n- ilruiiis . .. 1 .' ' toll 5) j ored females 'Jo. J he county is .mist go. j composed of l7school disl ricts -with Thomas H. Kelly, who resided. 70 teachers who received an aver near town, died suddenly last Fri-1 age compensation of 20. oO per corporation under the four-mile (lay night. He was near 83 years , month. Estimated value of school law. Those here in the interest of j of age and an old lank mark; a wife , property 2 800, 00 school houses, the repeal are J. B. Gilbert, V. L. and two children survive him, Mrs. ,70 licensed teachers of which 4 are ows: I'.lue points. Kadislics. Cflfiy. l.Miail, oyster dressint:. S:tl Hum Salad. ' hick-n Suliul. Sliced tomatoes. (Jueen olives. Mixed piekles. SI rawliei l ies ill,, I cream. Pineapple slicibet. Assorted cakt. I r l ulls, . uts. ( lliM'olate. ( ullee. Noell, Jo R, Hawkins, Sam W. A. G. McDaniel, and Mrs. J. W. Hawkins, Rev. J. M. Carter, Rev. Saunders of Nashville. His re in first grade and 72 in third grade. Three colleges, other than public Watters. There are several ladies ! mains were interred at the Cam-! schools in the county, Benton Sein- Two hours were spent in the din ing room during which time music was discoursed by a string band. Following the banquet the en- in the delegation and more will den Cemetery Sunday. Mr. Kel-1 in'll'.V, Big Sandy High School and i tire company filled I he parlor and arrive this morning.--Tuesday's ley was a gentleman of the old Nashville American. Lash1eet Hall, progressive mer chants, are building up an enor mous trade by virtue of their small profit, quick sales method, their pleasant and accommodating man ner in dealing with patrons and by pluck and energy. They deliver your purchases free and approach school, one of the county's most re spected citizens, well read and in formed, especially in the affairs of the government, but in his declin ing years his memory was impaired and he has slowiy passed into the great beyond. We join in tender ing sympathy to his survivors. Holbiday Independent Normal. I joined in a round of old lime games .until a late hour, the last, of the We tender our t hanks to Tri vate ; ,lestsuVpfU.t j,,,, t X oVock. Co. Secretary J. Harry Lauderdale of i ... . ., , . . .'. , vevances were waiting at t he gate. the board of prison commission- ' r ' j I he following were present : Dr. ers for a copy of the reports of the I , , , ,.u v m(.am1uv n,. )llu1 Mrs. W. T. Hubbs, xMr. and Mrs. G. W. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Rye, : Mr. Elihu Hudson and Miss Lizzie board to the governor for years' 1890 and 1900 with a supplementa ry report denying t he charges made , by expert Walter Allen against the The celebrated Claude Hudson , bookkeeping methods of the State , , t " V I V V i i111 Whitfield, Mr. D. G. Hud day and Friday nights for their, dens report included, shows the! . following criminals sent up from Benton County: Tom Lyons, colored, murder, life regular rehearsals and it is not im probable that a teacher will be em ployed shortly. R. G. Hudson has just received a Conn Wonder B-fiat I sentence 'll'd incarcerated in 189G; cornet, silver, in best velvet finish, i Williftm Pim"e "r. tence ami incarceraTed in lo'JZ; Henry Ballard, murder, 10 years sentence and incarcerated in 1899; you in such a manner that you feel : Concert Band have selected Tues-: mines and main prison. The war you are doing them a tavor to allow them to deliver even 5 cents worth. They want your trade. Notice ad vertisement in tins issue. The redisricting committee has completed its duties and prepared a bill to submit to the general as sembly. The changes will not ef fect the politics of the district in which this county is included. In this Congressional District the county of Hardeman was added fromtheTenth District, making the population 203,914. In this sena torial district only -three counties will be included, Henry, Carroll and Benton, making the population 00,346. The floterial district will be composed, of Benton and Deca tur counties. Bi vens, Mr. L. R. Watson and Miss heavily gold plated and mounted in pearl. The new organization is as n.- V. M TVf e A id . tt i i, . n ir i ill Lnloe, colored, rape, 1U years net; U. A. Potts, cornet; R. G. Hud- . ' . - iono T. T .., ! sentence and incarcerated in 18U8: son, cornet; 1. J. U lieilly, cornet; i , , -. ' . . . rp r niton Granberry, colored, rape, J. V. Travis, cornet; Archie Town- son and Mrs. Dora McAuley, Prof. W. 1). Cooper and Miss Lizzie Mc Cullough, Mr. Will M. Robins and Mrs. C. N. Travis, Mr. W. T. Mor ris and Miss Inez Gibson, Mr. Har vey Garrett and Miss Nell Rye, Mr. Eugene Travis and Miss Allie Alsup, Mr. Eugene Morris and Miss Pearl Arnold. Do you want to make money? Would you be satisfied with modest 10 years sentence and incarcerated returns, say ten (10) per cent, per 1 i T T O .. 1 1 sena cornei, lx. opener Huo,-in lg98; NewJ. Re(lllick rol)i,ery Travis Brooks, alto; W. D. Cooper, i (1 feloniona as.SftUlt) 9 yeHV8 se. tenor; Bertram Brown, tenor; En-jtelu.p aM(j incHrcernte,i n 1894. gene Travis, baritone; L. R. Wat- j The 1)ttter beiK confined at the son, bass; W. L. McElyea, tuba; -Brushy Mountain branch prison, Walter Hudson, bass drum, and Hlu with "good time" allowed will lorn Tucker, snare drum. , be free next January. month on an investment of from S100 to $500? 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, Paris, 1 Ten 11.