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1 1 1 I 1 ! i .1 ' Ji jQLilii 1 II ! I t V, i VOL. XXIV. NO. n. c ami) i : x. t j : x x i :s s i : i :. MARCH It. JJK) Y r-. V A 'M W o 1 1 N p et ftfi rc m y -or COBLE BROS. COMPANY, SUGAR TREE, TENN., Inasmneh ns wo have already tohf ur f r;'iicl and customers of Hits bargains wh are ablo to ntlVr, we liava just received a consignment of goods which completes our spring line in every department. Ladies' and Cents' Footwear in every grade and quality and style, from a substantial, every-day ehoo to the finest shoes and slippers. New Line of Clothing. Wo have just received the largest and best selected line of clothing ever shown hero in Men's, Youths' and Children's Suits and Tunis. Tho prices of same are so low you will be astonished. Furnishing Goods and Notions. 1 Our line of Gents' Furnishing Goods is now complete. Men's and Boys' Fancy Dress Shirts, new ttyles. Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery, in all the latest styles, and very cheap. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Collars, Neckwear and Handkerchiefs. Umbrellas and Parasols, all of the latest styles. In fact, you can find anything here in the line of Furnishing Goods and Notions, all at HOCK BOTTOM PBICES. GRAND MILLINERY OPENING. Last, but not least, we would call tho atteution of the "young, old rmd middle-aged lady," also the misses, to attend our Grand Millinery Opening, which will commence TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1902. The latest styles and patterns of ladies' Trimmed Hats and Sailors and Dress Goods to suit the season, will be on exhibition at that time. We invite everybody to come, and ou will receive courteous treat ment without charge for examining our goods. Yours for Cash, COBLE BROS. & CO. PERSONAL AND LOCAL NLWS. Chancery court will meet here next Monday. Waiter Ca.-tilo Fpent Sunday with friends at Plant. Dr. W. P. McGill went to Nash villo yesterday evening. George W. Leslie of Ilolladay wa.j in the city Saturday. Judge L. L Davis went to Big Sandy Wednesday on business. J. F. Beaton went to Nashville where lie spent a few days last week. Circuit Clerk L. 11. Watson went to Ilolladay Tuesday on business. William Caraway of Big Sandy spent Sunday here with relatives. Eugene Travis camo up from "Cheap John" has brought n nickt tof water. This very strange event occurred for the first time about 2 p.m. Wednesday. It never happened before, and may never occur again. Our reporter at Sugar Tree says that the community in and around Ledbetler's Landing was greatly excited Sunday afternoon when it became known that Milton, the lit tle 5-year-old son of John D. Kice, was misbing from home and could not bo found. The news spread rapidly, and the good people of all tho surrounding neighborhoods joined in tho search for the child. When night came on lanterns and night. 3 eOkMvT.SI'ONOT.NCi:. p FROM FAXON. Special con t,siuli'lir" Mrs. J. T. Faxon i i very ill this week. Mrs. Ktiio Bu.d.iiig is visiting at Camden this week. II. W. Lind.iey wns at Big Sandy yesterday on business. Louis Nash of Pig Sandy was here on business Tuesday. II. A. Caraway and W. S. P. ay borne of Big Sandy spent Sunday here with friends. W. S. Parker, who has been do ing railroad work in Arkansas, is at h ome on tl i le siciv list. William Brack of Magnolia and Mrs. Mollio Akera were married at Danville Sunday. They camo to torches worn uped and the search Jackson yesterday, returning last continued until about 8.30 o'clock tho boy was brought home. He Tom J. Anderson left last night Lyaa foliml by William Lynch on for Maiden, Mo., to spend a few Eagle Creek. The little wanderer months. i,ft,l taken a northward course from Faxon at once and went out to the C. V. Ilawlty has completed homo and roamed the woods for home of the bride's parents, Mr. some new building improvements four miles or more. He was found and Sirs. J. It. Collier, where they on his place. by Mr. Lynch about dusk in an old will spend a few days. They will Miss Cora Maiden has returned f,pl,l uoar the home of Mrs. Wil- aesido at Magnolia. Wo wish for i - - ----- . , - i from a visit to relatives and friends bauks crying for some one to come Uwm much joy and prosperity. at Big Sandy, and get him. Tho little fellow Faxon, March 11. The attention of the city fathers conu eH 3 name and tell that is called to a bad wash in the road be was "John Bice's boy and lived near the Methodist Church. hu a white house." Mr. and Mrs. A. S. McGill have taken rooms at J. B. Vickrey's, where they will bo at home to their Ruijirconrspon.ience. FK031 FLAT WOO U.S. fi:o:.i CIIASFVILLZ. Effrnlar corrcspniMcm-e Mrs. Martha Pafford is better, we are pleased to learn. It. C. PatTord is confined to his o O A THE FOR BARGAINS.. We are selling our goods cheaper than we ever have before. Just by way of illustration, we are selling our yard-wide Brown Sheeting At 4 CENTS PER YARD. Dress Goods. Our line of Dress Goods is complete, and for the next two months we will sell them' 25 per cent, cheaper than they have ever been sold before in Camden. Come and get prices and see our line of beautiful spring and summer goods. Embroideries. We have just received the largest line of Embroideries of all kinds ever displayed in Camden. Prices range from 1 cents to $1.25 per yard. We have all that is desirable at prices that will please you. Clothing. Clothing. Clothing. FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN AT YOUR OWN TRICE. Clothing is one of our specialties, and our new line of spring and summer styles is now complete. We guarantee to fit you, and we have good bargains for you in any thing from a nice suit toa fine pair of pants. Suits from 50 cents to$20. Gents' Furnishing Goods. We have a full line of new Fancy and Dress Shirts, Stylish Neck wear, Suspenders, etc. Our prices are 10 per cent, cheaper than they can be bought anywhero else. Shoes. Shoes. Our line of Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes is complete In every detail, and wo are selling them at prices which defies competition. Come to Camden to the New York Store, where you can buy for cash cheaper than at any other house in Benton County. NAIFEH BROS., nr 11..:'. T)1,'. rnnm witli rlipn ninf Jam f ,T, . iV. JLIIUCU V1S11UU Ul, J-Hlte3 tt ii' tw,i ..1,1 T,;a cw.1, nf J Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Tafford gives a quilt- ... w v Tioc wo-,! Bob Walker and Silas Baucum S to her friends to-day. tu- tt-.: ;n Q iJwere at Coxburg Tuesday. Kev- A- Vatts preached an TTn0,iw Edgar Garrish of. Lake County exeelleut sermon here Sunday. B. F. Holland will remove his i here visiting homefolks. Flatwoods was well represented wnrt to bi old stand on the Miss Katie Tucker of Holladay t the speaking at Camden batur- m na D a v,in;i,i;n. visited relatives nere ounuay. ' BUUlU Oiuo oa ouuu aa uuuuinc i - ... TTl1 . t i -n -r : ny.aA Miss Frankie Johnson was the - vuvy nas moveu xo iu. u io riuuinm. . . t nrn i ii 1 -i-it i i i-i kmest of Mrs Velonia JJaucum -uamo s piace. j.ne ratier nas gone Workmen have made rapid prog- SuehC ol iUIb- vtiouia umm t a Arwnf nL, , ouuaay. ' . i i. .i;b ;n Tho voung folks were given an Alonzo Lerry says he could not 1 7 ' I 11 J i l - I 1 .. hfl nod orron f Prtrvi IV 1 o f rwrrr a ht i r I un n,l in enioyaoio eniertainmeni ai iue - -.nwuo mvu i i, fi,u;oa home of Monroe King Saturday a log chain. Miss Ima Caphnger 11U111 auiiiuiini.o. I I i nAanna ui-ht. can Klve reasons, we presume, .i ci 4 Some of the bovs from Ilolladay Ilatwoods, March 11. liPftr Elder ,7. W. Waters, who de- yame over Thursday night for a fkoai claud. i. -i i i. wildcat raid, but it was a failure, livereu a Strong sermon, wuicu wus "--"- , . . Kcgular coriTspnndeiifie. highly appreciated. ' nucaisseem to u m nou n. Mfg Bruco Farmer ig oq thQ Marriage licenses have been is- tIils locallty but 80 tar au attempts of gick thi k i i ii i. sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer 10 P1"" ""uieH- There was a good attendance at A T, TIpv nnd Sfdma Pattom. lIIAStVlLLli., iuarcu ii. Albert Hargis and Ether Presson, F. E. Blanchard and Barbara Allen. FKOM GKKKXHKIKK. Sunday school last Sunday. Miss Joy Garner was a guest of D. M. Farmer and family Sunday. We are pleased to learn that Mrs. Tom W. Farmer is improving in FKOM DOWN THE KOAD. Will Thompson has moved his etock of groceries to the depot and formed ft partnership with Tom Thompson. The Democratic executive com mittee of this chancery divieiou met at Jackson- last Friday, and in rrcoTr.r.cs with the rules previ- T. J. Lowry it Co. are having a warehouse built in the rear of their business house on tho south side. n!lv aJoDteJ, declared Chancello Cr Hawkins the Democratic j is heavily posted, and "Mack If posting the town means any thing, the T. M. Byan Tobacco Co.'s "Pv. and B. Greenville" must be a cracker-jack, for A. S. McGill went at the work of post ing Camden with a free hand last week. The town is i kept busy taking orders. Remilar corresnoudenco.l Bev. James Miles Webb was At last it really seems like sorinL' I .w greeted by a good audience at the jiag come Presbyterian Church Sunday even. airs. Alice Barnes is visitimg her health. ing. His discourse was able and sister, Mrs. Will Hudson, near bpnng has opened up, and the impressive, and carried conviction Camden this week. farmers are busy preparing to make with it. Early wheat is looking very well, a croP' C. O. Hubbs and family, who w Wo cron has been damaged H. A. WTofford of Camden is here - - v r I A I have been residiner at Slouizh Land- hv fb a winter freezes. looking after timber while the wa. ing for several months, returned It is with much regret we chron- tcr 8 UP here last Friday. They will not icle the death of Mrs. Mary Baker J- N. Pierce of Springville will return to Lake County, but have aud her 60n, Dock Baker. Aunt leave for Texas in a few days. His not fully decided on their plans for jjary (as sne was generally called) family will remain at F. P. Wheat- the tuture. was taken suddenly ill Saturday, H UULU 1113 rern Judge E. S. Mallory of Jackson March 1, and the end came peace- laud, xdarch ii was here yesterday looking after fully at 4.15 p. m. last Friday. She liiu liitprPKtfl as a Candidate for L-fia 7i uonra nf A"P nnd wnsamnst , i i e .. , , , . , Resuliirporrcsponde.uee. judge oi tne cnancery coun oi up- estimable woman ana a cievotea Ifc looks lke ur j t peals. Juage iuanory is a reauiug christian. fclie leaves lour cnii- Mast. Ail T1 1 .. .1 I - -1-fc 1 II IT 1 "11 Tl 1 member or the dacKson par anu ig klren, Jim L.aker ot rsasnvnie, ii:e Louie Sykesof Evaishereto-dav well qualiheu to nu tne oince to uaker in vjanrornia ana touu anu after ties which he aspires with satisiaction Walter JJakerot this county, jjock Mesdamos Lou M. Bryant and to the public and credit to himself. Baker, the youngest son, proceeded jary Warrick of Way were guests He is an estimable gentleman, an his mother to the tomb only a few Gf jj. Cuff and familv Sundav old ex-Confederate soldier, and days. He died February 2G near Yes, we have trappers and bird made a good impression among Tiptonville in Lake County, where hunters, but as the season for both our people while here. he had made ins Home tor several js over thev wju jve tl)Q fi j Mr. Eu-ene Emory Travis is on vear9- v 6 extenu sympathy to me to tlie Flatwoods correspondent and the Sun's staff as city editor and he bereaved relatives his popgun. Hope he will have mmp hi-rhlv recommended as a Gkeeseriek, March 11. goou iuck after graS3l10ppers. If vorsatile and capable writer. His x- i,onMT.1a tnr. he wauts tlie chincIi bus destroy work on the Sun the past week . nna 1iirrrnpQ frnm led he had better turn his popgun demonstrates his merits. He has , 4, w ro Kn nmM9A 'fabler's both experience and ability, having r l rn ointment is aciuick. done creditable and commendable gafo auJ painiess cure. Price, 50 service on the Nashville dailies. centg -n botti03i Tubes, 75 cents. Any favors extended him by the SoW by ftll jrugis. public in his capacity as news-gath- erer will be appreciated by the Next Tuesday is St. Patrick's Sun. Jackson Daily Sun. Day. on them, too, for we think the quails are too nice to eat them. If our correspondent will read Exodus xvi chapter, and see how the Lord fed the Children of Israel, prob ably ha would not be so sure that it is a sin to kill quail. Down the Bqad, March 11. iomine. for chancellor.