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71 1 VOL. XXII. NO. 21. CAM I) MX, TMXX I OSS 1K. MAY 17. 1001. HI CAMDE V A GBEDN J 6IQIED1 IBM u ubmii UM. DODD, PROPRIETOR. Our Warehouse On the north side of Hie square is filled to overflowing w ith liny the only first-class No. 1 Tim othy in the city l'ran, Corn, Oats, mid the celebrated PURINA FEED. We have feed stuffs galore, and when you pass our ware house stop a moment and take a peep through the window. Sugar. We have over 3,000 pounds of Granulated Sugar in our house the best on the market. Cigars. The largest and best line in town. We have just bought and placed in our house several thousand of the very best Cigars. We buy them by the thousands, and that's the way we are going to sell 'em. Our Cigar department is now equipped with an electric lighter. Ice Cream Parlor In a few days our Ice Cream Tailor will be presentable. Up stairs over our grocery will be fitted up a parlor to 6erve ladies and gentlemen with ices and soda waters. The Soda Fountain will also be in operation in a few days. Two packages Lion Coi7ee25c. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 26-2. Once Our Customer Always Our Customer WAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. PROMPT ATTENTION. 30 Days Ago We bought several bushels of gen uine Tennessee Millet. It has ad vanced in price since, but come and get what is left for $1.25 per bushel. Our Trade Is heavy, and it is said that we sell more Groceries than any other firm in the city. Well, this is not surprising. The fact is, we buy in larger quantities than any other house in town. This and catching dis counts enables us to sell you cheaper Just come around and try us one time and then you'll keep coming. Fruits. Large bunches of Bananas nice and ripe. Oranges the good and sweet kind. Choice Apples, and all other fruits the market affords. Listen ! We bought 2,000 pounds of pure Leaf Lard several weeks ago when the price was down. The result is we can sell you this lard at 10 cents per pound just what it is now worth in the wholesale market. We can sell you flour from $3.G0 to $140 per barrel. We have an entire car-lond of Fleur de Hungroise Flour en route from St. Louis. Ptfolasses and Syrup. We have the Country Sorghum, Caramel Drips, and Maple Syrup in quart bottles. Our specialty in this department is the genuine New Orleans Molasses the best you ever tasted. Make a sample purchase, and you will be pleased. I am in the grocery business, and do not intend to be undersold by any one. Five Dollars in Gold. We are going to give Five Dollars in Gold to the person who buys the most Soda Water at our foun tain this summer. Every purchaser will be given a ticket for every glass of Soda, and the one hold ing the largest number of tickets on October 1, 1901 the close of the season will receive the Five Dollars in Gold. Eleven pounds of Green Coffee for only One Dollar. COME AROUND AND SEE US, AND LET US PROVE TO YOU THAT WHAT WE HAYE SAID ARE FACTS FACTS THAT ARE TO YOUR INTEREST. Messrs. James H. Whitfield and George W. Toliver are behind our counters, and will extend to you every courtesy. T. J. DODD, Camden, Tenn, iii lltiutliiptoii and i'ninilm Trillin Mt on Local Diamond. THE GAME OF DALL. At ,nVU (1 Concert Band marched to the Mel ton Hotel and Fercnaded the team. Mr. Wilson made a very nppropri- Several hundred people witness- ate Fpeech of thanks which was well 1.1 till I rti m m eu t no game ot base ball played received, lhen Alnyor llyo was Inst Friday afternoon between the called for and made one of his char- Huntingdon and Camden teams, acteristic talks which was heartily and which resulted in a large de- cheered. He paid that he had been feat to the Camden nine, the score interrupted in a game of cards in being 00 to 3 in favor of Hunting- the hotel office in which ho was o. trvintr to retrain the reputation lost The ground was bad, but the by tho Camden ball team. weather was all that could be de- An informal reception was after- sired, loun" America was very wards held at the hotel corrmli- much in evidence and guyed and mcntary to tho visiting team. yelled lustily to the discomfiture of As before stated they were an both teams. excellent set of fellows and we hone Shortly after 3 o'clock Umpire to have them come again. Will Walters called the game, the It is probable that Camden will Huntingdon nine going to the bat challenge the Huntingdon team at first. Mayor Tom C. Rye pitched an early date and try it over again, the first ball and the battle began, and they have the sincere assurance In the first inning the Hunting- from the Huntingdon boys that don team made three scores and they will be treated with every forced a "goose egg" to the credit courtesy of which Carroll County of the home team. In the nest the hospitality is capable. V X visiting team made two scores and The players and their, positions Camden three; two innings and are a8 follows: game stood 5 to 3. At the begin- Huntingdon. Caimlen. ning of the third inning the inter- Simpson Catcher Harrison est and excitement was at fever Wilder Pitcher Goodman heat and a close game predicted. C. Walters First hase Stanley The third innini: resulted in aDomie11 Second hase Tucker tarter Third hase Jordan Hawkins Short stop McKae Johnson Iii"ht field Thompson Wilson Center field Walker B. Walters. . . .Left field McGill Umpire Will Walters; scorers, roose peter inning to both The GENERAL W. W. WADE. LEADS THEM ALL! TiiB Hew Roijal Seviinj Machine $18 to $20. T. SOLD BY H. BATEHAN, West Side, Camden, Tenn. DEALER IN MONUMENTS, TOMBS, H TABLETS Of the Best Quality American and Italian Marble aud Granite. FURNITURE. Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Wall Paper, Curtains and Fixtures, PICTURES AND FRAMES, Household Goods, .y I n 7 V flpe You Interested? Assured that all our readers should take at least one paper from a metropolis or a great market center, we have arranged to furnish The Chronicle AND m ETC., ETC. The VeekIj American FOR $1.35. If your subscription is sent in at once you will be entitled to a guess in the American's great contest, awarding prizes amounting to $700 to the subscribers who correctly, or more nearly, guess the total number of ticket admissions into i he Buffalo exposition on President's day, about June 20, 1901. The American is a high-class, clean newspaper, with news columns and departments of interest to every one in any walk of life. Se.id for sample copy to the Weekly American, Nashville, Tenn. sides. iourui gave Huntingdon i scores and a "goose egg" to the home team. After this the Camden nine were shut out in every inning and the visitors making scores in every Joe Cooper and Eugene Travis. remaining inning. There were errors on both sides, especially SO WltD. the Home team. Brownsville States Graphic At the fifth inning the home Mr. J. D. Senter, of Humboldt, team put "Walker in the box and has retired from the race for at Jordan behind the bat and as a torney-general, which fact leaves result Huntingdon made 8 scores. Gibson with only one candidate, Walker sending several batters to Gen. W. "W. Wade, who will, of first on balls. His pitching was course, get his own county practic wild and hurt the home team. The ally solid. In this connection, it Huntingdon team put Hawkins in is only simple justice to General the box and McRae made second Wade to say he will have practic on a fair strike on his first ball, but ally no opposition, for his record unluckily died on third. Afterthis as attorney-general has been one of Hawkins' balls were hard to hit singular industry and energy, and aud he did some splendid work, rare devotion to his sworn duty. Thompson was hampered in right The voluntary withdrawal of Mr. field by a creek, missing several Senter is a forcible recognition of catches by being forced on the General Wade's satisfactory service brink of the creek and was forced and of his wide popularity as an to let them go to keep from fall- official. He is just closing his ing in. first full term, and in view of his Mcltae and Tucker did the best splendid record, it is generally con- batting, but their balls were caught ceded that he is entitled to an en by the fielders. Goodman and Har- dorsement at the next election rison did some good work, the great His superior legal qualifications, fault lying with the baseman and his energy in the prosecution of fielders, who frequently failed to the work of his office, and his fear stop some fair strikes. less and conscientious discharge of Tucker, McGill and Stanley made his sworn duty without regard to a score each for the home team, who it helps or hurts, have given 13. Walters only made one out, him a front rank among the best Donnell and Simpson two each, attorneys-general the State ever The game will probably be a les- had. son to the home team. Their or- The States Granhifi feels flint r'n ganization has never been perfect, saying this much about General their training bad and very little Wade it voices the sentiments of practice, this being their first match the Democrats of Haywood County game of the season. However, they without hardly an exception, and took their defeat gracefully and that with iawabiig citizens all resigned to the inevitable without over the judicial circuit he wiU a murmur or any vestige oi nurt Under this clubbing offer you get THE CAM DEN CHRONICLE one year, a guess in the prize contest, and the Weekly Americuti 50 cents for 11.35. This may mean 8500 to you. This Is for cash subscriptions only. All sub scriptions must be sent through THE CHRONI CLE office. feelings. The Huntingdon nine had the advantage of good practice and several match games and were not easy to excite or be "rattled." They were a manly 6et of fellows as was also those who accompanied them here and made an excellent impres sion upon our people by their geu tlemanly conduct aud behavior. At the conclusion of the game they were presented with a largo and handsome boquet of flowers by Prof. W. D. Cooper on behalf of t he mi ips nr l.nnu pn. hwmc this three hearty cheers were given a tower of strength. General Wade is in favor of the enforcement of the law without fear or favor, and in this fact lies the reason for his popularity among all law-abiding people. He has made a splendid record and should be re-elected. Piles are not only most painful, but also very dangerous, as the in flamed nodules are very apt to take on malignent action and eancer of the rectum is produced. Thev Bhould be cured. Tabler's Back eye Pile Ointment will cure the most obstinate cases. Price, 0 to them by the Camden team ably cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. assisted by the spectators. Sold by all drug. rtrl sTq oSLa'