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.1 CAM w vol.. xx 1 11, no. a. C A M 1 ) KN. T ICN N KSS I : I ' JULY 12. 1 10 1 . DEN OHRO (H TP L11J0j i . .) A iJLL lllllUL f V DfilOF fcpinjj pc BEGINS AT ONCE We will sell Summer Goods of every description for less money than ever before in Camden. All new and pretty. Read these prices: Piece Goods. Dimities, Butiste, MuhHiis and Luwn poods almost given away. Ladies, don't fail to examine these goods. 50 cent wunh goods at 31 cents 15 cent Swiss muslin at 12Jj cents 15 cent Dimities at Yli cunts 25 cent Crepe de Lyons at. . .18 cents 10 cent Luwn at ., Scents 73, cent Lawn at. 5 cents 5 cent Lawn at 4 cents Z)i cent Lawn at. . . 1 cents A full line of Waist and Skirt Pe reals going at cost, Organdies, all colors, 42 inches wide, worth P0 cents:; reduced to 18 cents Laces, Trimmings, and Embroideries of all kinds are selling at bargain prices. The very best goods on the ' market. Kee these goods. Silks! Silks! $1 25 quality Foulard's, Taffetas and China Silks will be sold at 93 cents $1.00 quality at 80 cents 75 cent quality at 55 cents 25 cent quality at 20 cents Straw Hats. We show more styles and give bet ter values than any store in Camden. $1.00 hats reduced to 75 cents S5 cent hats reduced to GO cents 50 cent hats reduced to 40 conts Shoes! Shoes! V e have made a great reduction in the prices of Slippers for ladies and children. They must be sold ! This sale is made for the purpose of closing out all summer goods, and wiil continue until they are disposed of. See us and you -will go no further, so bring your pocketbooks. Respectfully, CLAUDE HUDSON & CO. CAMDKN, TENN. (Tphotobbapbs. fl .The Celebrated. flstinne V- Gloss-Fioisfi pictures Enlarged in all grades of work. Low prices. Good work. FRAMES for all kinds of Pictures. Come and see them. Pictures under our sky light are far superior to work you get out side. MRS. B. F. BROWN. Northwest Corner of Public Square, CAMDKN, TENN. ERS0NAL AND LOCAL NEWS. LEADS THEM ALL! .fleflenRojiIJenlHi $18 to $20. SOLO BY T , H. ..BATRf T Ill " TABLETS ble aud Granite. . ?JURE. s, Matting, s and Fixtures, 1ND FRAMES, d Goods. E SOLICITED. 1CLE, vAR. D. 15. Thomas was &t Johnson- ville Saturday. Charley Wilson of. Big Sandy was bore Saturday. EwingGoodin made a flying trip o Holladay last Friday. Jo It. Hawkins of Huntingdon was in the city last weak. W. A. Prince has returned from visit at Cartersville, 111. Jim Saunders of Nashville was down a few days this week. Horace Prweson returned Friday rora a visit in Big Bottom. Miss Florence Nance of Eggville isited in the city Tuesday. Tom C. Rye attendod chancory court at Waverly this week. S. L. Feeler was called to Hollow Rock Saturday on business. A new girl arrived at the home of I. N. "Wilson last Friday. The new residence of James H Whitfield is neariug completion. Mrs. J. B. Yickrey and child are visiting relatives near Holladay. Carlos Finley of Hollow Rock came over Sunday to see a friend. Miss Ida McRae returned home Saturday from a visit at Nashville. Painters are at work on the res idence of G. W. Arnold this week. Miss Dozie Fry of Coxburg is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Hudson. Frof. W. D. Cooper has gone to the ninth district to visit home- folks. Prof. S. A. Clement of Enloe was shaking hands with friends here Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Kelley visited rela tives at Hollow Rock the first of the week. Miss Alleen Ridgeway of Union City is visiting her grandfather, R. P. Haley. Eugene McDaniel will teach the Bethlehem school, which will be gin shortly. John R. Thomas of Waverly was over Saturday to see his brother, D. B. Thomas. Mrs. Dora McMackin and Miss Bamma Garrett are visiting with friends at Martin. Mrs. E. M. McAuley and Miss Eddie Rushing visited relatives at Big Sandy Sunday. Will Robins returned home Sat urday. He will return to Memphis the first of August. A little child of T. S. Johnson of the third district died suddenly on .last Friday, we learn. James P. Lashlee of Phifer is spending the week with the family of Dr. E. M. McAuley. After a residence of sometime a Nashville, Miss Mollie Hudson re. turned home last week. Mrs. Lillie Lloyd of Nashville visited her father, R. P. Haley, the latter part of last week. Jim H. Whitfield was called to Rockport Friday by the death o: his cousin, Jack Whitfield. Miss Lou Clement and Horace Presson are attending the teachers' institute at Erin this week. Claude Hudson, who has been at Hot Springs, Ark., for severa weeks, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rushing o Big Sandy were guests of Sheriff E. E. Fry and family Monday, Mrs. A. J. Fuller and children left Wednesday to join her husband in Indiana, where they will reside, The friends of W. A. Yarbroug are clad to see him out asrain. He has had a severe attack of rheunia tism. Miss Mintie Dodaon ia reported better this week. She has been prostrated since the death of he Rev. B. C. Scruggs of Selmer is up on a visit to menus ana rela tives in old Benton. Quito a number went to tho pic nic and ball game at Big Sandy on Tuesday, and all report having a jolly, good time. Mies Lucas Wyly left last Friday for Mound, La., where she will ppend the remainder of tho Bum mer with relatives. After a visit of three months with her sister, Mrs. J. V. Travis, Miaa Reba A. Ingols loft last Saturday for her homo at Oakland, Cal. Marriage licenses havo been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to Arzo Smith and Sadio Bishop, Spencer Laforty and Martha Star ling. Tlioso who live on farms aro es pecially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Lini ment K applied. Price, 25 and 5C cents. Sold by all druggists. Children often cry, not from pain, but from hunger, although fed. abundantly. Tho trouble ari;a i'rof. aud Mrs. A. A. Lindsey crom inanition; their food is not rb have gone to Texas, where Profes- similated, but devoured, by wonas. Bor Lindsey will, we understand, A few doses of White's Cream engage in the practice of law. Vermifuge will destroy tho worms. Miss Pearl Spellings of McKen- when the children will begin tit zie, who has been the guest of Miss thrive at once. Price. 25 cenlc. Mag Melton and Miss Joe Sullivan g0ld by all druggists. for a few weeks, returned home on Monday. At a meeting of the town coun- Miss Bettie Carrington has re- cil last week Dr. W.T. II abba and turned home from Huntingdon. She will teach the school at Saw yers' Mill, which will probably be gin next week. The Chronicle will move to the brick building on the southwest sonel of the board of education, corner of the public square, next oor to Naifeh Bros., where you will fiud us after this week. Misses Mag Melton, Pearl Spell ings, Joe Sullivan and Ola McDan iel aud Messrs. II. Hooser, Eugene Travis aud Will Robins spent Sun day with friends at Big Sandy. II. II. Rogers, J. M. Gillespie, D. J. McRae were re-elected mem- bers of the board of education, two members of the board being elect ed annually. There is no chaugo in the per- which is as follows: T. J. Lowry. U. A. Potts, D. G. Hudson, F. E. McElyea, Dr. V"; T. Hubbs and D. J. McRae. The board of eduoation held r meeting Saturday night and elect ed Prof. W. D. Cooper, Snpt. McD. Neal aud D. B. Johnson teachera of the school at Benton Seminary Roy Melton, Clarence Steele and for the 1901-1962 term. Lawrence Durdin seined a pond According to estimates submit near Tennessee River Monday and h7 the board of education, the secured about 35 pounds of fish. school fund, including that from John Ben Waters of Bier Sandy the county and State, will be am- ms secured the appointment from at least nine months school, Washington of watchman at the and H may be sufficient for a ten Misfnm linns 1 Memnhifi. and is months term Ot SChOOl. now on the pay roll of Uncle Sam. Elmer Vick has a buggy rug lost by some one at Sulphur Springs on the Fourth, which the owner can have by identifying the same and paying for this notice. The game of ball Saturday be. tween Camden and Cowell's Chapel was 43 to 18 in favor of Camden. They will play here again on next Wednesday. Hogg Creek will play Camden to-day. Doss Little of the thirteenth dis- If the stomach, liver and bowels fail to perform their functions regularly and naturally, the blood becomes contaminated -with im purities, and the whole system i in consequence debilitated. Her bine is remarkable for its efficacy in curing the ailments of summer, and the disorders prevalent during hot weather. Price, 50 cents. Sold by all druggists. Business men who lack the viu l trict, who is charged with violating snap aud vigor they once had , the law in regard to handling "de should use Herbine, it will purify bones," was captured at Linden and the blood, strengthen and invigo- landed in jail here last Monday by rat0 the system. Price, 50 cents. Sheriff E. E. Fry. Sold by all druggists. Mrs. Joe Arnold and daughter, Miss Pearl, and grandchildren, Ar- Herbine clears the complexion,- nold Rives and Miss Neppie Rives gives buoyancy to the mind, cures and Miss Sallie Arnold returned headache, regulates the stomach Wednesday from a visit to friends and bowels, stimulates the liver, and relatives at Clydeton. and is, in fact, a perfect guardian Mr. And Mrs. R. O. Hudson. Mr. of the health. Price, 50 cents. and Mrs. C. V. Hawley, Mrs. O. C. bold by all druggists. T1 i nr .... T T Tl 'H- J I nuason, iurs. u. rnmips ana M p Holland takes this method child and Lhhu Hudson have gone of ;nformin? iha tW. b will to Sulphur Springs to spend a few open R butcher ghop and restaurant weeks. They left Tuesday morn- Bn b;a ( a ing with tents and complete camp- Mo-aday He want3 your patron. ingoumcs. afra Give him a trial. i Tin i i" i i - r ri'i. i jacn v mineia, son oi j. nomas o. Whitfield, of Rockport, died last There is no longer an excuse for Friday, aged 22 years. He had anyone to endure the torture in been sick about ten days, when he fiicted by piles when Tabler's was taken with congestion. The Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure interment was at the Phillips bury- them, a remedy so moderate in iner-srround Saturday. We exteud price and so effective. Price, 50 sympathy to the bereaved family, cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. The celebration on th Fourth Sold by all druggists. at Snlnhur Sorines was larcrelv at- x i ci " I -ri -n m -i f arw w-rn r.fm xrwl 1 finn nnn. - xravis maue an assiKumelit pie were there. There vas plenty for a 6ma11 amount Wednesday. and to spare of rood things to eat. Nothing occurred to mar the pleas- f fl C5Tf IP 1 A a i r,:.aA i-uJ Tor Infants and Children. holiday. The Big Sandy and the Kid YfJ H2Y3 A!l'3S EC''I Camden bands aided in caking lue Baars the mother. day au enjoy1)!)! o? fa fur-: -iid Cari.