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farming, Timbered or Mineral Land or vVatcr Powers fur Sale. A U I jr j. 1 . i A i'iii'nh ,s y wsr.ur- i:. ri i:r.isiir:i) Wi:i-klt at Cami.t.n, Tj nn. T in I j V , s U U B 1 WW, U O 11 11 k LI U U U Li P mm tNTFMFDAT CAMDT HAt 6F COND CI ASS MAIt M AT T F R JUMM.SS ANNOlM'lill I'M', Tin- subscription price (it '1 hkCiiiionm i v W m per je;ir; f.i) cents fur six III. mills; L':, cents fur three months, whit h posltivyly must be paid ta advance. All subsei iptlous will be promptly stopped at expiration of time paid for. (bit nary anil similar not ices w ill be cli:in;rd for at the rate of 3 cents per line. We will furnish rates for display uiul local adwi Using on applica tion. News com inimical Ions and art Ides on quest ions tr public Interest are solicited, but we assume no responsibility for theexpressions contained In all such communications and ai tides published. Ueiiultalices can be ma le In vai Ioim ways that are peifcctly safe, but all remittances sent are at risk of the sender. All remittances mid business communications Should be sent to TKA IS I'.UOS., Telephone J'J. Camdcli, Teliu. FJUDAY, JUNK 7, 1001. CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS. For advertisements under this head our prices are cash in advance. FOK ATTO UXEY-ti ICNKR A L. WADK-AVe are authorized to announce Hon. AV.W. Wakk of Cihson County as a candidate for re-election to the ollieo of Attorney-Ceneral of tin! district composed of the. counties of Hen ton, Carroll, Crockett, Cibsnn, Haywood anil Henry. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Tlic Nashville, ('liutlanofe'n ninl St. I.'iuis llallwav prniiin-o to use its hest ef fort.. to ill hice a .'noil rl.i.-s of immigrants to settle in territoiy con! imMH to its lines, ninl to eii'.ii' the atteiitioii of capitalist1 H'ckin;; ni:iiittfaetiinn H.itcs or mining propcity. It thenf.'ie f-; ilicil the sup putt, tlit! co-operation ami the a: sistanre of the people1 (.f ( Very county through which its lines juisx. The ninniteiin nt euneslly n-piejts that all persons who have farms for Hale or leas", those who have tiiiiheinl lainls, water powets or mineral laml.s for Hale, w ill send a brief description of the Fame to the railroad silent nearest them, tiivim: tho prices and terms of Pale. 'he priccsi must corres pond w ith the prices asked of local buy ers, 'lhe management does not propose to aid in fiellini; land to immigrants at ex orbitant or speculative prices. L'U'o trac's suitable for colonization, :U low prices, are especially wanted. J. ). Kili.i:i;i:i:v, Industrial and Immigration Aent. II. F. Smith, Tiallio Manager, Nashville Tenn. - '-. a li rs O CO PROP :xono. FROM WHEATLEY. ltesnlar correspondence. T. N. Uerry and family of Danville have Leen visiting relatives here. John daddy of Hurricun Creek spent Sunday here with bomefolks. A. L. Ilassell of Faxon is reported very sick. We hope be will soon be better. . There was a iare attendance at chil dren's day at Crooked Creek last Sunday. We reprret to chronicle the death of Mrs. William Nance, which occurred at her home ., mile north of here last Thurs day night. A husband and six children survive her, to whom we extend our deep sympathy. Cotton has been damaged by the con tinued cold weather. Many are plowing up their cotton and planting corn. Ow ing to the rie of- Tennessee River many farmers here will be forced to plant their crops the second timo. Wiieatley, June 4. FKOM CLAUD. Special correspondence. Health is very good in this commit nity. Farmers are busy working their crops Frank McKelvy of Way was here on business Saturday: Quite a number attended the singin cervices at Sulphur Creek Sunday. Children's dav at Crooked Creek was well represented from here Sunday. The mosquitoes ' are recruiting again after the recent rise of the Tennessee River. Mrs. Bettie Garrett of Trinity was the guest of her brother, II. D. Cooley, Sat urday and Sunday. Rev. E. Ilolloman filled his appoint ment at Sulphur Creek Sunday. lie will j also preach at Hall's Valley Sunday. isaturuay was decoration nay at me Farmer Cemetery. There was a large nt tendance. After seryices, conducted by Tj. Ilolloman, the ladies decorated tho graves. Claud, June 4. Our Trade a gui:at Ni:wsr.rr.i The Sunday edition of the St. Louis Republic is a marvel of modern newspaper enterprise. The organization of its news service is world wide, complete In every department; in fact, su perior to that of any other newspaper. 'The magazine section is illustrated in daintily tinted colors and splendid halftone pictures. This section contains more hiuli class literary matter than any of the monthly magazines. Tin; fashions illustrated In natural colors are especi ally valuable to the ladies. The colored comic section is a genuine lauuh maker. The funny cartoons are by the best ar tists. The humorous stories are class, by authors of national reputat ion. Sheet music, a hijjh class popular snnpr, is fur hishctl free every Sunday in The ltepiiblie. The price of The Sunday Ilepublie by mail one year is S2.00. For sale by all news dealers. DIRECTORY. city ofitci:i;s. Tom C. l!ye, mayor of Camden; F. (i. Hudson, If. F. Stixall, T. J. Dodd, K. At. MeAuley and li. L. Phillips, aldermen; It. 1. Haley, record er; K. ;. Flowers, marshal. COUM'V OFFICIOS. L. K. Davis, jud'e of county court; !. AV. F. llerrin, trustee; F.K. Fry, sheriff; (i. It.Cieer, county court clerk; J.. li. AVatson, circuit court clerk; A. i. McDaniel, clerk and master; II. C. Tailord, register; . 1". l.ashlee, coroner. CHL'liCTIFS. Mkthodist Kioscoi'At. ( in j;ch, South. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7..!() p. in Sunday school at 9.30 a. in. I'rayer meetiii1' on AVedues(laysat".:;(!p. m. J. M. Pickens pastor . V.MHKK l.A -N I ) 1 KKS li VT K K I A N . M'l V ICCS e V ery second Sunday at ll.oo a. in. ;uid 7.:xi p. m Sunday school every Sunday at y.uo.a. m. lie.-. .1. JI. A'ouree, pastor. INlissioxAiiv Haitist. -Services everv fourth Sunday at 11.00 a. m. and T.;;o p. nt. at Presby terian Church. (Union Sunday school.) Jiev Alouzo Nunnery, pastor, LODCKS. Kmcmts of Pv tuias. .Meets every Monday niKht -at Masonic Hall. Tom C. Kye, chancellor commander; J. (1. liobins, keeper of records and seals and master of li nance. A ooiimknof i n k AVoijli). Aleets every sec ond and fourth Tuesday nights In each month at the Masonic Hall. F. F. McF.Iyea, council com inander; J. C. liobins, clerk. F. & AbM.-lii,UK I.oixju-.AIeets the first Sat urday in each month at 10 a. m. F. M. (ireer worshipful master; 1). J . Allen, secretary. CiiAi'TKit.-Meets the third Friday m each month at 10 a. m. I). J. Allen, high priest; h H. l'resson, secretary. MISCELLANOUS ADVERTISING THE TKAC1IEHS' ASSOCIATION. 1 Trogram of the Ronton Comitv Teach ers' Association, to be held at CowelPs Clmpel, June 15. 1901. t ' Music by the choir; prayer by C. II. I Cowell ; Avelcorne address, Miss Alma ; Greer; response, J. M. Lock hart; ad- dress by the president; music, Harder J Band. i Conduct a primary frrammcr class Miss f Nettie Carrinston and Prof. V. D. Coop- I er. Query box. Debate: "Resolved, That women should be educated equal to men." Af firmative W. T. Cooper; negative Lu ther Ilollingswc-rth. Should a teacher confine himself strict y to the text books adopted, or should he refer to other texts in our primary schools Elmer Vick and Dee Smith General discussion ten minutes. The importance of penmanship, and how to teach it in the primary schools Villie RatTorJ and Misses Lena Lindsey and Lois 1'affurd. What is practical education -Charlie Time ami Otis Terkins. Agriculture in public schools B. T Johnson, C. II. Bateman and Miss Rau line Brooks. Rerceiitae Gar Bradford, 0. A. Utley and Miss Tenie Schoenins. Address county Btiperintendent. D. J. At.I.KN, I). G. Hudson-, Allie At-sri', Co'iiUtitlee WaM TICH Voiiik uian la or L'O years old to take care of 3 horses and milk cow and do chore iround house. Hoard and room furnished. State wanes wanted. Must be honest and temperate A ill pay railroad expenses on guarantee. Must have pood references, liahders, Merritt & Has ler, Lakota, N. 1). I Advertisements coinintr uiidiii1 this head are Harwell 3 cents per line tor each insertion. Continues heavy, and the saying that we "Sell mure ( iron lies than any other firm in the city" is justified , f.u-ts. Thi 1 is not Ktirprisin. we have stated before. We continue to buy in lar-r quantities than any other house in town thi and catching disenunt., enables us to sell to yui cheaper. We extend th" invitation to vmw around and try us one time; then you'll keep coining. Listen ! Yen remember we bouht a birre eoiisi'iiment ( f pure Le.if I, aid several weeks a'o, when prices Were duwn, with the result that We can sell you this lard at ju-l what it is now worth in the w hole sale iiiaikot '.' W 11, we h ive a small quantitleft hii h we are selling at the same price 10 cents per pound. I: is the best bird on the maiket. We are still sidling Flour from CO to $ I -10 per barn-!. Our Warehouse On the north side of the square is fill ed with Hay the only first-class No. 1 Timothy in the city Uian, Corn, Oats, and the celebrated PURINA FEED. We have feed stud's to nell, and can quote yon prices that will make it to your interest to call on us when yon need anything in this lino. Coffee. Do you like a cup of pood Coflee? We have it, and can supply your wants for roasted or green eoflVes. Our new roasted collVes, "Mocha and Java," "O. J. Blend," "Winner" nod 'Tremium" can't be beat. Other brands in stock. We sell 1 1 pounds green coffee for ifl. i i THONE 2G-2. I j Once Our ! r Customer s Our Customer Cigars. We buy them by the thousands, and that is the way we are feUin' them. We have the largest and best line of cigars in town, and our ci'ar depart ment is equipped with a new electric lighter for the use and convenience of our many customers. We also handle the popular brands of Tobacco and Fnuif. .... MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. PROMPT ATTENTION. Fruits. Large bunches of Bananas rice and ripe. Oranges the good' and sweat) 'X'rnL Lemons, too. Choice fruits of all kinds the mar kets afford. We have a full bne of canned fruits fresh and always ready to serve. Molasses and Syrup. We have the Country Scrghum, Caramel Drips, and Maple Syrup in quart bottles. Our specialty in this department is the genuine New Orleans Molasses the best yon ever tasted. Make a sample purchase and you will be pleased. I am in the grocery business and do not intend to be undersold bv anv one. 1 Sugar. We still have some of the Granulated Sugar the best on the market. Have you tried it? IVIillet Seed. We have received a new consignment of Dig Bot tom German Millet, which we are still selling at $.1 per bushel. Its Your Opportunity to Buy at Bottom Prices. COME AROUND AND SEE US, AND LET US PROVE TO YOU THAT WHAT WE HAVE SAID ARE FACTS AND TO YOUR INTEREST. We can not afford, for reputation's sake, to have anything in our wtore but the Newest and I3et. DD T. J. Kat Side of the Public Square, - CAMDEN, TENN, J. 13. YICKREY, LAWYER. CAMDEN. - ... - TENN. OFFICE AT THE COURT-IIOT'SE. TIME TABLE. LEADS THEM ALL! $18 to $20. Nashville, Chattanooga and St, Louis Railway. Trains arrive at Camden daily on the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Kailway as follows: EAST HOUND. No. 1-express CCS am No. 3 mail 5.47i)in No. . -express ''.nr am No. o accommodation (mixtd;.- U.t5am 1VH IT l.OUXIV No. 2.-express. il.ot pni No. 4 mail 9.5:s am No. DL' express i!.,r)5 am No. 11 Recomiiiodation (mixedj 1.40 pin Daily, except Sunday. Inch. infl I T- I Y ' ! f I nv. 1 ... I : b :V II. West Side, Camden,, Tenn. DI5ALEK IN Peris Machine pops, PARIS, TENN. I.ai lie, engine, mid boiler work a specialty. We make smoke stark. All work Kiiarantcnl. We keep all kinds of supplirs, ;u;d sell 11 kinds o( inai.liUn.-ry. Telephone . 'f - MONUMENTS, TOMBS, TABLETS Of the Best Quality American and Italian Marble ud Granite. FURNITURE. Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Wall Paper, Curtains and Figures, - PICTURES AND FRAMES, i Household Goods, -7 fire fee Interested Assured that all our readers should take at least one paper from a metropolis or a Kieat market center, we have arranged to furnish The Chronicle AND Tie Weellij Fpricsa FOP. SI. 35. 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