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ui j i ji ( i lil-li. 1 i r itti f VOL. XX I II. NO. -JU. cam di :x. tkxni :ssi:ii. mxi.M 1:0. lmoi.. ' gpeat lep io iters 1 A S v.r- iTr .. . .. f j P 'J 1- NAIFEH BROS. Il.ni'cut tli" pr ins cvi'rvtliii: m:ii kc hlm-k 1ii-f next I'liH.-ituit. Men .' ''"vV .s v 'i . ' ' 1 ' ' 1 .00 CLOTHING. Four Thousand Dollars worth o Ololh irU must (hi swM before Christinas! J.ieu'8 Suit- ?7.50 Reduced to $3.G0. Men's Suit $10.00 Reduced to $3. CO. Men's Suits $1100 Reduced to $1 1. CO. Ovewmta are reibieed at tho very low est prices, inn! we respectfully invite yon to call ami see our Mock We also hnv !i full line of F.ovr' ami Children's Clothing', wliich must be fold. UNDERWEAR. n-'ceeiM.meil Suit $1.1'.") Reduced to SO cents. Men's l''lM'Ct'il-Liti'il Suits Reduced to 75 cents. Met.'h F!e ct'il-Lineil Suits Reduced to 50 cents. I.iiilics' ami ('bihlren's Umlerwcar re- (lueecl in proportion. Mown I'oineHic. 1 van I wine. . . . . . 1 ,i c Flannelette Dress "' s 10c Reduced to 7 1 and 8 cents. A conipli'te line of Woolen 1 resH (joO'ls will lie sold at reduced prices. Itilies' all sizes. piii; at tbe lowest prices. SHOES. Men's ITenvv Shoes $l.2.j Reduced to $1.00. Laitk's' Ileavv Shoes $1.25 Reduced to $1.00. Our lino of Men's, Ladies' and Chil dren's Shoes is up-to-date. Don't fail to come and see them. Unas ted Cott'ee 10 cents per package- PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. ' We give you a few prices to convince you that we mean just what we fay. We liave a complete- line of Dry Goods, Clothing. Notions, Shoes, Vi'U', etc., and it vsill be your fault if you don't get sv,me of th bargains at the New York Store. Wekuy all kinds of Country Produce, and pay Lbe highest market prices. Yours for Dusiness, NAIFEH BROS., CAMDKN, TEN NESSKK. I LEADS THEM ALL! 3 $18 to $20. Mt"' ' Mia hi'i V,f I, I m SOLD BY H. BATEflAN, Weet Side, Camden, Tenn. DEALER IN A 14 hi t t-? SWf MONUrvlENTS, TOMBS, TABLETS Of the Best Quality American and Italian Marble aud Granite. FURNITURE. Carpets, Rugs, IVIatting, Wall Paper, Curtains and Fixtures, PICTURES AND FRAMES, ISP? Household Goods. ?Ji J i ' jr E'lC., ETC CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. I START THE TWENTIETH CENTURY RIGHT ! WRITE WITH -A. OEZSTTTTZR-sr . i "i . r TTT r -rrt r T n pT rrr'T rr r n u ni Double Feed Fountain Pen. Fitted with a 1 6 Kt. Gold Pen. Fully warranted. Price reasonable. The double feed makes it the most reliable pen on the market. The editor of this paper will show you styles and prices. He will make you a special prico in connection with a subscription to his paper. A-gexrts "Wanted. CENTURY PEN CO., Whitewater, Wis. v. SO . s ft '.( !,'llVJl1 i " A P J SOMETIIItiG YOU HEED 27 Pieces Tfcs Ftmr ITff P 91 ftllinnv W ril!'lfrn ructory who make and (nwrantee thn entire nut- liiu Miig Kil.uu.f ! Jinii'wj k, uiiiukgw. nt to be exactly as rt'iiresentea A Hustler Can Make $10.00 a Day. of the best quality Sil ver l'lated Knives. Forks and Spoons, and in the newest and pret tiest pattern or the year, enclosed in a iiuna somo csise. The quality is the best that money Hud Rkllled .labor can turn out. and as they aro naien in tne uesi manner wuu ieriinfr biiver, J.r -M line, on the finest quality of crucible steel Rnd hard metal, they will wearf or years, In fact, wiU outlast many of the Roeers goods, and as we doivithave to put a royalty to Mr. Rocers. we can sell them. for less than one half w hat ve would have to ask for the same goods with Kocrere' nH?no on tliem. You mU-ht buy this outltt In a jewelry store for Vi.i but we doubt It. We wUleuil a limited number ofthooe fets (Our regular price COD C j pmr i So do not rUK 4)4. SU. d. lay, but order t-' t mice fprmi thn AKents Wanted. fXVll job printrtiK ru iliUcs are first-class, and J J our specialty u jiocut work. JCstsinatf s and ' samples where possible) will be furnished on ap- plleatiou. Address XiiK Cijkumcle, Cuiudeit, JlEIili IS YOUH CHANCE. YOT 1?T.NT A pood country business stand; postolllce and telephone connection. Apply to b. W.Xoaaiiui, AVylv, leuii. J. F. Kcftloti w-.b in Naslivillt a few tlfiys tliu; ucck. W. S. Wcatlicrly dC Ilrirdiu, Ky., will join liin fninily htuo to Hpt-nd Cll l ist 111118. Tom Tucker Iwis opi'iicd u block of roccrit'H in t ho house Vi.cati'tl by T. J. Do.Ul & Co. Jlrn. A. J. Fanner of Oklahoma will 8jenl the Christmas holiday hero with relatives and friends. Ernest Parish left for Jackson last week where he has secured h Kood position in a furniture factory. A fine girl arrived ti the home of Lee Cowell, in the Middlebrook community, last Sunday morning. T. J. Dodd it Co. have moved their stock of groceries to the old Hawley stand, next door to the postoilice. Mrs. Lucy Thomas has gone to Waverly to spend Christmas and the holidays with relatives and her many friends. Marriage licenses have been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to Matthew Elk ins and Daisy Kirk. Colored Daniel Fato end Ellen Lewis. Vernon Farmer of Arapahoe, I. T., joined his wife at Big Sandy last week. Mrs. Farmer has been here on an extended visit -to her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Simon No bles. Her C. Hubbs and sister, Miss Mackie, accompanied the remains of their mother, Mrs. Hubbs, here Saturday. The interment was at Camden Cemetery. Berry Hubbs and family of Holladay attended the Ixirial st his mother. The Cheoxicle will not eppear again during the year 1901. We are going to take a week off to cel ebrate Christmas not that we feel like it will take a week to celebrate during this Arctic weather and we take this occasion to wish yon, one and all, a Merry Christmas aud a Happy New Year. Up to the time of our going to press we have had no mail from the east since Tuesday morning. On account of the unsafe condition of the Johnsonville :rige, no trains have run through since Tuesday. The mails from the west have been delayed, aud the .eame is true of the ster iroute .moils. Don't forget the entertainment at Benton Senwuary to-night. The program follows: Prayer; song, "GladXmas Bells;" tableau, "San ta Preparing for His Tour;" recita tion; dialogue, "A Modern Santa Clans;" song, ''Santa Claus is Com ang;" .tableew, "The Night Before Xmas;" recitation; song, "Hark the Sound of Herald Angels;" tab leau, "Santa Filling the Stock ings;" dialogue, "Christmas Jubi lee," or Tom and Johu's Surprise Party; tableau, "Santa's Farewell." Mrs. Arabella Hubbs, who went from here to Lake County a few months ago, died at Slough Land ing last Thursday aud her body was brought here for interment. Her death was very sudden, and was a great shock to her children. She had been planning to visit at Camden and Holladay in January Mrs. Hubbs was born near Sugar Tree, in this county, and was about G5 years of age. She had been a member of the Methodist Church. for a number of years, and was es teemed for her christian piety and devotion to church work. She wa3 the widow of Carr Hubbs, deceas ed, and leaves a number of chil dren, to whom we extend h&artfelt eyrnpatby and co.u.dolence. What a contract in to-day and a week ngo! Snow jell Fidny nil.t and it hos mowed more or It ;. ev ery dny this week. With thin isKtte Timc Cnr.oMfi.i: closen i 1 h twenty-fourth volume. Wi4 thank our friends and Mib KCribel'H for the ninny courte.sh h extended lift durii.g llin year just passed, and we trint that the name mutual good feeling that has ex isted will continue, and may all of us bo abundantly bksi,ed during the year 1901 One-u( the pleasant social feat ures of the holidays will be iidaiuv given by the ladies fit the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris Wyly on Christmas evening, which promises to bo one of the most successful events of the season. The dance will be a select affair and the invi tations are limited that is, each lady can invite one gentleman, and she will provide lunch and refresh ments for her partner. A stringed band will render music. The'Soutiiern Pacific Company has issued a beautiful colored en- WMAT A VVMOPPLIl. It lake money to run a news paper. The St. John (Kan.wt.sy Newrf. "What r.u exaggeration!" hays an exchange. "What a v. hopper' Jt 1 1 r 1 - been disproved a thousand times; it i a clean case ef i:v fancy. It doesn't take money to run anew. paper; it can run without money. "it takes wind to run a news paper. It taken scintiUalingneru. batic imagination, ami half a iho, white t.hirts and a railroad pure U" run a newspaper. But money - Heaven to Betsy and frix handx mound, who ever needed money i: conducting a newspaper? Kim' words are the medium of exchange that, do the work for the editor kind words and church social ticket When you see the editor will: money watch him. He 11 bo pay ing his bills and disgracing; hi? profession. Never give money tt an editor. Make him trade it out. He likea to ewr.p. "Theu when you die, after hav ing stood arouud for years ami graving of the "Grizzly i$ if.r.t," one having sneered -tt the editor and of the big trees in Mariposai. rove, h;s iitte jim.crow paper, be sure Yosemito Valley, California. This to havo your wife send for three tree is nearly 400 feet high, and it extra copies by one of your weep measures 90 feet ia girth six feet jllg children, aud when she rends above the ground. A copy of this tUe generous and touching notice engraving can be secured by send- li)0ut you, forewarn her to neglect ing ten cents in stamps to James to send 15 cents to the editor. It Horsburgh, jr., assistant general wouu overwhelm him. Money is passenger tnd ticket agent, South- a corrupting thing. The editor eru Pacific Co., San Francisco, Cal. 1U10W8 it, and what he want is your A drop of -nearly 50 degrees last heartfelt thanks. Theu he cau Friday has caused more or kss loss thank the printers aud they cau of life in all parts of tha conurry. thank their grocers. It is the coldest weather .for De- "But money scorn the filthy osmber on record. Two deaths thing. Don't let the pure, inno from freezing are reported from as cent editor ikuosv anything about far south as New Orleans. There it. Keep that .for fordid trades is much distress in the large cities, people who charge for their wares. and there is a great loss of stock of The Lord loves a cheerful giver, of kinds in the Northwest. Floods He'll take care of the editor, have done great damage in many -"Don't worry about him. He parts of the country, and many dis- has a charter from the State to act astrous railroad wrecks have occur- as door-mat for the community. red the ptst week. FKOSl COKIiURG. Special correspondence. M. A. Hatley is recovering a severe attack of rheumatism. He'll get hia paper out somehow, and stand up to you when yon run for oniee, and lie about your pig- f -eon-toed daughter's tacky wedding, irom 1 1 1 ji j 1 ana uiow aoout your uig-iooceo-sous when they get a $:i-per-week ,., , , . , 0 hob, and weep over your shriveled m. soul when it is released from your . , , . ., , , grasping 0003 ana smiie ac your cold wave, and the themometer reg- & .. J . . T ,. . . 1 tvui Lt;b niuui:. wd jjuiu &uuna nun lOlClCU iriUi I 1 i .1 II t-v i ami i t c uuc sotnesii-ow! 171CK wuie now lias a reeom 01 eating biscuits .faster than a No. 8 stove can cook them. John Moore and Dick Odlechal For..a;imited time only we will take stove wood, apples, potatoes or turnips in exchange for subscrip- lenged W ill Morris and J. k. Odle tjons to The Ciieoxiclc. .Forties for a bird hunt. The latter eecur- (s;r;n2: to ava;i themselves of this ed a whole covey of birds without .plaaof-esckengeill plejLSQ.ulvise the loss or one. lhe letter came n, of ouoe in tlfltilr. i i . rt (i- n.nQi.ifl All parties indebted to us 'by S ' ' V ' V. -kfcl V 111 . J V...... . . . . I o: TU4; uoLeorauuuuiiL uiubu uuiiie itu waru M.fnil f ,ppf lust. Raturdav and seltle P by -January 1, 1902. V..J LI" j night, for the first time since its " e -Kiuw-ciobe upur ousiuess. organization. The society will not meet-again until January -4, 1902, Tablet's Buckeye Pile Ointment when the last week's program will baa been thoroughly tested for be had. Cqxbuugk, December 17. years, and is a positive cure for tins most distressing and embar rassing of troubles. Price,50 cents in bottles. Tubes, .75 cents. Sold by all druggists. Do you use printed stationery? If not, let us get you up some letter heads, envelopes, 'Statements, etc T , 1 1 M . j it is more Dusiuess use io use TnE Chronicle wants an active printed stationery, and then the corresp0ndent in every locality in cost is very little more. Send us a Bentoa Couuty Write to us for trial oruer. ! i.u e :t.,4- CASTOR A Per Infants and Children. Tha Kind Yea HaY3 Always .Bcujffi For family use in numberless ways Ballard's Snow L'iniment is a useful and valuable remedy. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all druggists. Look us up in the brick near the southwest corner oi the square. Bears the Signature of !