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I 1 H li ! U 1 A nij ! W i I Li L JLJLJJJJ VOL. XXIII. NO. 1 J. CAM DC X . T I : N N 1 iSS i : w. sr:iTi:Mni-:i: 1:7. nun. PIT ) f Mi' MM t 7 ..I lafcw I SIM 1 ? . NAIFEH BROS., Proprietors. CAMDEN, TENN. Our Mr. S. M. Naifch has searched tho markets for all the latest and most Fashionable Goods of all kinds, which aro now on display at tho New York Store. You are invited to come and examine them and get prices. We are satisfied that we can plcass you in any line. PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. P. L. Phillips was at Huntingdon ' last week. Cyrus Thompson entered school hero thi3 week. liev. 0. 1 ourt-o. returned 10 Mr:... i.i..io Jimtiii, wim win ui-ei McKenzie Monday tiilit, and J lev. Upending M-veral weeks v, ith tho J. JI. Webb returned to Wavcrly family of Dr. It. II. Travis, left la.t Tuesday. Monday for her home at F.al.lw in, Marriasro licenses liavo baen h-Ln" ft"(l accompanied by her littlo aned by County Clerk 0. B. (J reer daughter, J ulittto, and nurse. to Llijah lbount and Minnio Lea- Mrs. J. Andrews (neo Martin"). game. friendshere who cicnhvayedflight- 1 i i ed lo 6co nor. Ladies' Capes. We have the Isir'st and hont line of Ladies' Ciipes and Collaret 1 8 that was ever brought to Caniden, hum 75 cents to Misses' Jacket s, We also have a nice line of Misses' Jackets, fn.m $1.50 ti $:).00. Dress Goods. All the latest styles in Ladies' Dress Goods for Fall and Winter, at a very low price. Wo have an extra nice line of Shirt Waird Flannel, all colors. Men's Underwear 1,200 suits' '" Men's Fleeced Lined Underwear, at a bargain, " If you need anything in this line, ,bu should call and eee m and get our trices before makin' your purchase. Ladies' Skirts. You should not fail to Bee our line of Ladies' .Skirts, most any style and price, from $1.00 to $3 00. Shoes! Shoes! Our Fall and Winter line of Men's, Ladies' and Children's f-'hoes is the moat complete ever brought to Cam den. Don't fail to come and Rce us when you want Shoes. Wo can certainly please you in style and price. . . . T r 1 1 it i . I vv j uuy i an or Huntingdon urns m ton, Hid Walker and Effi llatlcy. who formerly taught music at tlm t in puir I niiL' iit . 1 I . V H A match came of ball will be Leutou Seminary, but who now r l). U. Hudson was at Dickson on pulled olT between Big Handy and 61(Ie8 nt Al inoral Y(1U, lex., is u business Monday. rri ; Kan.lv nett Ttiesdnv. Z" of the family of P. Melton. 11. G. Hudson 1ms rr-hirnn,! from Several from hero will witness the Mrs. Andrews has a larU'0 circle j a trip to Paducali. Ilarve Pico of Sugar Tree went to Faducah Monday. Claudo Hudson went to North Mississippi Wednesday. T. A. Ellington spent last Sunday at home with his family. -P,.i.i tr i i .i i.At nurcn VuMnesnny g i i xT i mi Tir. l .i :n l . iiuuio to iiuiiiiuiui us u miumivi irom a inp 10 iasnviiie. ueuiuj t wnu tnw cuuuien inive ueen i i i f , . , , . , , n,l,,.l,,, 1, 1., ... "V 1UI1I J .vj...... U. A. Potb has recently made " V'"? ""r;1: . , tion as an able bpoakcr. His dis. new building improvements. i course was fearless, truthful and J. i. Vickrey is makuitr exten C. V. Ilawlev has nurcliased t!ie stock of L'roceries of li. C. Palford. Per. Jobn Pctyfd Harris of Lew who retires from business. We are ifburg, State superintendent of tho not informed as to tho intentions of Tennessee Anti-Saloon Leayno, do- Mr. llawlev. livered an address on the subject of. Hon. James Jeffreys joined his "JPe7c a J udienoo family hero Sunday and they re- J tl10, 1 nbyti.rir.a inf .a- r.,..i hi.. Church iMnesday evening, fur. Miss Laniece Napier returned to Clothing. 400 suits of Ready Made Clothinj; for Mn and l'.oys. 100 Overcoats. 1,500 pair of Pants. Lnouih for eveiy. man and boy in the county to sret a bargain. We guarantee a perfect lit to every one. If you want a bargain in cloth ing, call and see us. We guarantee to save you money. F HO M MKKltTV. ( buy y iiMiifi iii Mel. oloducnt. About ilnrtv-five fiiut:a- , . . , -...t 1 - . I II".,. I i 1 m ,1 Waverlv tho first of the week. u,I,luvt l 1 a un Um B wcro secured lor tho purpose, hu tl'lll Iwl viinn ri .11 nti. .( 1 ...I 1 . SI- . r . , 1UU"U "J11 uu u'luuutiru (iuu Ol Crgi'lUlZIUg II IOCIU U'HUO. JIT, x. j. jjoda ten mis week on a enlarged ov acldms two new rooms. Hnrris u-.nA t Mi-nest, t.-ilk tolhrt j j n r I.... " . I trip to xuiesissippi and Alabama. When completed it will be a very students at Benton Seminary yes- Eugene Travis left Monday for desirable pieco of property. ierdny morning and demonstrated Ferry ville and other river points. Jackson will be in a stir from llls superior ability for tho work m r..- -i r.n...:. i ...v v- ... Oef.nW 91 fn 9(1 nfcnnnt . nf Vz: Which llO lias enlisted Jl H. . It. iVI V. I 7JLI1 (J IS VlKlTIIirr ..k ... her dtm.rbt.pr nt Hf.llnw llnplr fln' Street Pair, which the managers week. assure us will even surpass that of , r , . , , , last year when Jackson had the ii mi i.i uuy uiuveu in uju uume ,rtot ,nf f,,;,. 4l, oi ret iiartnn in me iniru district 1 1 1 kjbUku r n. nv. J ' I I 1 .1 Tl 11 1 1 11 amaen ana .uetnienem piayea ball at Maiden Park Wednesday afternoon. Score Bethlehem. 7: Camden, 23. Cowell's Chapel and Miss Jjettie Work of Leddcn is Camden will play here to-morrow isitingher sister, Mrs. J. A. Clem- afternoon. This is the last game ent this week. of the s good crowd Chancellor A. G. Hawkins was mingling with friends here the first of the week. Of all fhn nnorl thinns vnu ever bnunht Ihev are now on - a-"- a i - a--- 1 -- f exhibition at STIGALL & POTTS. fv ' For Cash you can get some Bargains that will pay you in Slippers, Shoes, Lawns, Calicoes, Trimmings and Men's Shirts. L,ISTKN A MOMENT: SLIPPERS, WORTH $1 TO 2.25 Reduced to 50 and 75 cents. SHOES, WORTH $1.50 Reduced to 75 cents. LAWNS, WORTH 10 to 15 CENTS Reduced to 4 and 10 cents. CALICOES, WORTH 5 AND 6 CENTS Reduced to 4 cents. Remnants at any price to pay for wrapping them. We are closing out our piece goods, and bargains are yours if you want them. A FEW DAYS, AND THEY'LL BE GONE! UcRular eoiTe.spmult'nrt'.j Aunt Millie Smith has been ill, but is reported better. Libert llorenco has dismissed his school at Ebenezer for awhile. School will open here Monday. This is about the busiest time tho school could have opened Sorghum making is in full blast. of the season. Turn out and give The quality of the cane is only fair- ji 1 T I 1 tt trrri' tti11 ttti 11 lol AToi v. t r,r nw-cK,.,Jtueni a good crowu. j xiAivj. j-.. ju. iuvwui ui vjiiunouuii; m f rnn hi? Bon' Dr Wl r' Mc" KAev A1,0"20 ?un"ery began his Som0 'ot 0lir public roatls lmvo Gill, this week. protracted meeting here Tuesday. uon 0(ri0,.,i of ionaf vr W "R MorLonVo rQn,a U Will be OSsistod by PeV. Fleet- TKo lowromilnHnrr rbo trni-l.lr, c Chalk Level, has returned from a i 7 ii T" "Pi"" roads may be all right, but like trip to Nashville. Church at 1 aris, who came over m other laws it hag not beea vfisr.Ar.iav evpniiif. Jlr. Ha hn.q 1 mi i .'n n - The protracted meeting at the he reputation of bein-one of he emT f pT i Tv i Methodist Chnrrh will btmn tb i lepumtiuu ui uuna ou 01 me people be satisfied, and what kind HI ?1 , nQ " ' n! iiPg n th6 ablest young ministers of that de- 0f an excuse will the commissioner v..v Vx.v,t. nominaiion. j 4-r. .r .u i tiuu uuiititvv-'iUio unci up iutrii tuu iurs. d. o. iravis nas oeen in tne Jett Atchison of Da las. Tex., is t mo eomeR to .Iraw tlieir nav? NT - I 'll 1 i j 1 11 . I. ... I . L- lasnvine maricei tins weeic Duying here on a visit and to look up rela- Liberty, September 24. ner raa siock oi muimery. tives and old friends, lie tornier- tt;.,c. 7Trv. Tru t o.-i Iv resided at Conversville. Hfinrv cuanckuy coukt, -Lt i mnro i i nL' mr a m, i ii h n . J 1 j livHii uiiu iurs. w . Auurews visnea - pi, nmirf 1Y1of i,orn rtT1 ina. xiuiuinguouveunesuay. r w 1" Trl Monday. Following are the orders lhe Southwestern District Bap- fr:omia i,na VaIvi bim Jaai fnr and decrees up to time or our going tist Association will meet at Chalk T,mwi. nf r0r0 Tiirtl1i, to press: Hill on Friday, October 11. L;fiaw, aArraA ... to E- J- Nunnery vs. George Nun- Mesdnmes J. PT. Cmrlr nnrl .1 aetivn and in pood health. nery et ,i1sm judgment for $121.70 n TTnilo,-. l,o,- unnr ofj;ii.,. , . ... anu cobt. " Tne devotees ot tne game ot ball v t? TTflrris vs J E Holmes et camp-meeting near Manleyville. Lere in evidence at aiaen Park t1 5 Miss Lizzie Bivens spent a few last lhursday atternoon. Uamden tuin. pr,nfifl retired. lays with tnends at Nashville this and (Jowell s Uhapel met on the w. a. TlobinRon et. ak - vs W. TT. week, returning home Wednesday, diamond, and they scored as fol- hVyatt et als.; sale confirmed, title Misses Lou and Cloo Clement i"w- uu i vutt, dive8ted, etc. came up from Enloo this week to 1L' wu 1 U1 luo Alma I'ry vs. J . M. Uishop et spend a few davs with homefnlW near' . am..u cuu ,Pron5 ?er als.; case dismissed. firnoviOTinfl thiD tftifir Itt firnfOni7iTin I tit m n i 2 i n r 11 tt- ii- x i i ui.vuvv J""- 7J fb""1" v. x. iuorns, trusree, vs. iuoine niica ninT.iA I' UmAn n. 1 1 n I . A n - I 1 111 liS ' L l)?jl l 7 Tl ' j-Txioo iiianio vicmcui, uu uua u a nan team. vjnianizanon is me Wnr, niD . r i - 1 1 rs I of I n v-i llrt I 1 .-i - I . . . . . 1 f it .1 P 1 1 f I ' J ouuui u,u xiouiuiD vtccii, lo epwuu- one ining neeuiui anu necessary tor my a lew uays ai uomo tnis weeK. playing good ball. We tave seen the frail infant lion. II. N. Barham of Lexins- Uncle Tom Pafford of Flatwoods when the faint struggle for exist- ton was shaking hands and making left some fine specimens of Yellow nee seemed almost ended, resus LEADS THEM ALL! fl"!lTl1 Pi ffl mum t ne $18 to $20. sold nv T2 H. BATEHAN, West Side, Camden, Tenn. I' ,T- i V1!-; DEALER IN S1 t : . " I 1 tr ivinNIIMFNTS. TOMBS, If TABLETS 0f the Best Quality American and Italian Marble aud Granite. ' FURNITURE. Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Wall Paper, Curtains and Fixtures, PICTURES AND FRAMES, 1 Household Goods V '7 r 1 : i, i. I ." ..... h:i' J r.TC, i:tc. new acquaintances nere Monday. Crawford peaches with us recently, citatea and maoe strong Dy use oi Mayor Tom C Eye Dr W T When it comes to raising peaches, White's Cream Vermifuge. Price, Hubbs and J V TjLfnn i we believe that Flatwoods can pro- 25 cents. Sold by all druggists. JoelnTilla tIiq loft duce more abundantly and a crreat- iiusuiuiu iuu mil ui last . . " I TTT .1 1 . .1 rrAv er variety than most any other sec- Whatever the outcry of the des. t tt t) , . . ' tion of this or adjoining counties, perate fight between workingmen L. U. 1 resson, jr. who is teach- The localit semg peculiarly ad and tho typical trusts, the question ing near Erin, was called home last ted to theJ ruit, It is otei the 0f monoplies has already become week by ho illness of his father, ' that when the ueach cton cen- one of the leading issues for tho wno is still very sic. eral .g Q ailure you will fiud a next national campaign Tk ft T-v -r-v -W n - - I - l'rot. is. V. Johnson has been ill few, at least, in 1 latwoods. tt' t it in ' . ) . lousiy so. GreQt interegt characterized the iuisa it-LLio vnrxingiou 13 leacmn in his place this week meetings at the Cumberland Pres byterian Church, which closed last! Mrs. Jjuna McDaniel, Kev. W. Monday evening. The daily ser- Corn-huskers' ' sprained wrists, barbed-wire cuts, burns, bruises, se vere laceratioMS and external inju ries of any kind aro promptly and happily curedby applying Ballard's T? S1,,11 1 T 111 i :i.:t- l "a ipnytuicuuv TnVV nv " ' r'TiT t I J! Snow Liniment. . Price, 25 and CO A riemflrt rui t.ZiC ' i p "c"' " cents. Sold by all druggists. Tli0Tmr,occnAnnn,iTnTiI,PAT, reclamations. The services have vwiinn tv,"H ,AAt of rciiu been deeply impressive. Lev.J.M TnE Chroxicle wants an active When in need of nice stationery, send us your orders. October 8. Camden and Benton ,V euu' ,Y UVfcUf ' V uu Vouuuult" Uenton County. Write to us for County should bo represented at l"e vivai, preacnea a strong and circular letter o instructions, etc mo conveniion. v:r : . . J T . . All ot nis sermon3 were excellent. ti. U. iiOUmS announces illS Can- Ua nrininnl tlim wnc: nlnno- V,rt didacy for the office of register in hineof th0 sacrifice of Christ to save tUlS ISSUe OI IRE UIir.OMCLE. V e B;Pn mul tho pflWrn-v nf fin,VS will have more to say about his an- pian 0f salvation. Pev. Mr. Webb UUUUCt'meUL 1U our IJeil ISSUe. , B wnnnrr mimctar nr.,1 A good meeting is in progress at made a favorable impression on his Jietlilehem in the tenth district, congregations. A gratitying leat The attendance is good, and great ure of tho meeting was the interest interest has been aroused. Kev. J. manifested by the young people, M.-Pickens is assisting is holding and much good has resulted fma Mb l Utll Tor Infants and Children. KM m llava Alvsys Ecugat A Tfc3 Bears the f-ignature of L.. , CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED the uk- ti::-":. ' 1 the meeting. frort7n rr-1 i the rmlioo fAf i 1