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171".;, HVIT- (I I 71! h I! U VJ1 VOL. XXIV. NO, li!. ca m i ) i :x. ti ;nn i :ss i :i MARCH HI. i i.JI 11 ,1 . JLiLiPj (HA n u hi m n n A ? ' .7 Pr'i) inr mi iar r r-3 n r"" n n J Li Ural tUi: U D V t i t V V r J A Complete Gents' Furnishings Millinery and Our Dry Goods mid Notion Department is complete in every I can nave you money in this lino. Clothing;. Q The latest "Ready-to-AYoar" suits. Our lino of pauU can't bo beaten. 6 Our Miss Brumager still has charge of this department. She has . i . . i i i tt i i a just returned rroiu the markets, ana a this season's styles and this season's Spring Neckwear. Our Shoes. Strong; Attractions. Exclusive things in the new "linen shades." Narrow For ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys. All the1 Never in the history of this business have we been so Four-in-Ilands "have the call." Puffs, Tecks, Shield correct styles, all materials from Velour Calf to Tatent thoroughly prepared to meet your wants and demands. Bows, etc., still go. We show the greatest line in town. Vici. Be sure to examine our line of shoes. J ust think of what you want, and we've got it for you. Hats. Farming Implements. We are sole agents for the celebrated Shield's Hats. There is nothing that stamps We carry Studebaker Wagons, McCormick Machinery of all kinds, John Deere a man's appearance for good or bad so quickly as a hat. A "lid" of last season's Cultivators, Oliver Chilled Flows, Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Diamond Corn Drills, "vintage" will demoralize a $50 suit. We have every right style in black or colors. Every farmer knows the value of these lines. It will pay you to get our prices when The Alpine and Panama shapes in popular colors are here. you get ready to buy farming implements. Our lino is complete. We are now sellin for CASH ( W. O AR AW A PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. To-day week is Good Friday. R. R. Rogers went to Hustburg on business Wednesday. W. L. Morris was at Waverly the latter part of last week. Stock buyers will be here to-day to buy your horses and mules. Allio V. Bowles returned Friday from a trip to Paris and Nashville. Mrs. S. II. Hall is visiting rela tives and friends at Nashville this week. Miss Irene Morris of Big Sandy is spending the week here with rel atives. Mrs. R. B. Travis spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Hunt ingdon. P. J. O'Reilly and Tom Crutch- field spent a f uw days at V averly last week. Letters from Way and Matlock's Chapel were received too late for publication. We learn that J. Howard Key accidentally cut his foot Wednes day morning. U. A. Potts left Tuesday evening for Nashville and Louis'ille to buy for Stigftll A Potts. ' Miss Mollie Hudson met with an unfortunate accident by getting a nail stuck in her foot. Hon. John M. Taylor of Lexing tou was here last Friday, looking after his political fences. D. G. Hudson has returned to Nashville, after spending severa davs here with homefolks. Mrs. W. E. McRae and children of" Nashville are visiting the family of her father-in-law, A. C. McRae. The news of the death of Harold Nobles of near Big Saudy has been received here. He was 71 years of age; The Hopewell Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Clmrcli will begrrt its- session at Milan to day. Mra W". P. Redick and child of Big Sandy are visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mr. Red kk came up with them and spent .ti'Miday here. Line of Dry Dry Goods is ready to give you noncst auvice, nonesi goous nun nom-si puces uurw vny impuniiHuuuiuiB m una itxuuiu uusmrw. omo una m goods. No old stock to dispose of. AYe cordially invito every lady in the land to visit our store, inspect our goods and compare prices A or BARTER. "Cotton prices on O. II. Williams has moved to the place vacated by A. R. Brooks. Marriage licenses have been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to J. D. Nevvsome and Nannie Mat lock. Mrs. S. L. Peeler, who has been very sick for the past two weeks, is able to be up, we are pleased to learn. Master Shrader Ridgeway of Nashville visited his grandfather, Recorder R. P. Haley, the first of the week. I Clifford Bateman, who is attend ing school at McKenzie, spent last Saturday and Sunday here with homefolks. John G. Fry and family have re turned home from Dickson, where they spent a few days with friends and relatives. Professor Nichols of Charlotte was here Tuesday, and delivered an address before the students at Benton Seminary. Rev. Alonzo Nunnery will fill his regular appointment to preach here next Sunday. Services both morning and evening. A. R. Brooks, who recently sold his town property to Judge L. E. Davis, moved to his farm down on the railroad this- week. Uncle Tom Swindle of Gismonda and Uncle Tom Broughton of Gar field, two of the oldest citizens of the county, were in town this week. The visiting attorneys here this week were J. T. Peeler, Jo R., S. W. and Alvin Hawkins, George and James McCall and J. W. Murphy of Huntingdon, John C. Sweeney of Paais and Mr. Shannon of Erin. Rev. II. M. Steidley of Nashville, . n i Ail i I n superintendent oi tne uumoerianu Presbyterian Church extension, was in the city Tuesday arranging for a series of meetings to be held here by Rev. J. W. Lewis, State evangelist of the Cumberland Pres byterian Church. Rev. Mr. Lewis is now holding a revival meeting at McEwen. - He will begin here as soon as his meeting closes at that place, which will be announced la ter. Rev. James Miles Webb of Waverly will take part in the meet ings to be held Ueve. Goods, particular. "We Famous brands, small neat figures Gents' Furnishings. AYe have a full lino of Shirts, Collars, Ties and every thing usually carried in this line. Latest styles. Millinery. had several years experience, and tt i i . . i ir i : OUR PRICES twelve months time" ie a dead issue Oji CHANCELLOR ABERNATHY. At a meeting of the Camden bar Tuesday, James McCall chairman and J. G. Robins secretary, the fol lowing resolutions were adopted unanimously: Whereas, the Hon. Andrew J. 'Abcmathy who hag ably served this Chancery Division as its Chancellor lor two terms, is about voluntarili'to retire from the beneli to the humble walks of a private citizen, from the perplexing cares and duties of an official life to the more congenial companionship of home and home life; to enjoy that rest that sixteen years of honest and faithful service as a nubile ofhcial entitles him: and Whereas, this is the last term of court he will hold as Chancellor of this Chancery Division at tli is place before the expiration of his term of of lice, and this bar desiring in some way to express its appreciation of him as Chancellor as well as a man; therefore, be it Kesolved, by the members of this bar, that we bear willing testimony to the able and efiicient inannerlnwhic.h the Hon. Andrew J. Abernathy has met and discharged the duties of the high and honorable position to which he has twice been called by the people of this division; that we exnress our aoureciatioi) of him for the fair, im partial and courteous manner which has charac terized his treatment of the bar: that while for nearly sixteen years he has pronounced decrees in which there was always an anthem of good cheer to some as well as a funeral dirge to the hopes and desires of others, yet in them all there estly administered in that high spirit consistent with the duties of the position he occupied, and after all were right, because they were decrees honestly pronounced iu the light of the facts be fore him. , Kesolved further, that it is with feelings of deep regret that the pleasant and congenial relation ship of the bench and bar must be severed by the dual decree of Chancellor Abernathy, pronounc ed by himself, in his decision to retire to private life, and we serve notice on him here and now thai had not the State legislature removed us from his division we would pray and pefectan appeal from that decree. Kesolved further, that in retiring to the more congenial atmosphere of home Chancellor Aber nathy will bear with him the highest, personal regard and best wishes of every member of this bar and the officers of the court, who earnestly hope that the golden links of friendship whieli have been forged in the warm tires of sixteen vears of association may never be severed, even lv the hand of time, and that fate holds in the generous palms ext. nded to him many years of happiness and usefulness crowned with richest Jewels of success. lie it further resolved, that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Chancery Court at Camden, and to that end that a com mittee be ai)ointed by the chairman of this meetinjt to vecsent them to the Chancery Court was the evidence oi enuai ana exaei justice Hon now in session witn tne reuuesi mat tney neper niitted to have them spit eau . pon the minutes of tnis court. This March 13, 1902. TfM C. ltVF, S. I. l'KKI.KK,. 1. G. Hudson. .1. T. l'KKI.KK, J. A. CLkirn r, Committee. CIIAXCEKT COCKT PROCEEDINGS. The following are the proceed ings of chancery court this week: Mary V. Gossetfe by next friend vs H'iiliam IIarri3; heard and re mantled for further proof Lawrence Lanier vs. the Camden Bank and Trust Co.; decree on pe tition of Parker Dry Goods Co. aL lowing offset ef claims; former or Clothing Notions, in Fact Everything Yoti Need. J Shirts. from $1.50 down. The approved and dots and wido spacod delicate New Spring- Socks. Cotton and Lisle in all the latest colors, solid and com- f bination. Neatest lino you ever saw. A is thoroughly familiar with every i i j...i. :., with us. ' Come in and price our Bio Sandy, Tenn. J der of reference as to fees revived. G. W. Cole et als. vs. J. P. Jordan report of sale confirmed; report of timber cut and decree thereon. The Elbridge Electric Co. vs. D. G. Hudson, receiver, et als; report of eale confirmed and cause retired. W. T. Morris, trustee, vs. Mollie Watson et als; decree distributing fund. J. F. Beaton, guardian, vs.'Sudie Lashlee; order of reference. John Palmer, administrator, et als vs. L. E. King et als; bill dis missed as to Johnson at cost of the complainants; decree against King for notes and interest, lien declared and Bale ordered. M. C. Hartley vs. A. L. Phifer et als; dismissed. Nannie Williams vs. Henry Wil liams, divorce; dismissed. W. H. Arnold vs. T. C. Craney; compromised. AV. T. Tay lor et als vs. H. J . Cham bers et als; dismissed. Noah Wright by next friend vs Jake Sparks et als; compromised I B. Barker vs. J. A. Holland et als, pro confesso; decree setting aside conveyance as fraudulent ant sale ordered; appeal prayed; five days allowed for bond. Florence Berry vs. Scott Berry petition for divorce; dismissed for want of prosecution. G. M. Wood ts. A. II. Pritchard exception! to depositions, W. S. Mor gan permitted to withdraw answer continued by consent. Tennie B. Hall et als vs. John Pafford; dismissed. A. G. Hawkins vs. D. Q. Kee; order of sale revived. J. A. Blanchard et als vs. Timo thy Blanchard et als; order restrain ing Pettyjohn from cutting or re moving timber. N. B. Wood vs. Lon and M. A. Tucker; compromised. F. G. Hudson et als vs. Tom J. Dodd et als; order dismissing as te Adams, Maddox and wife and Hil liard and wife; pro confesso aa to Plant and wife aud Musgroves, and guardian ad litem appointed for J. W. Saunders, jr. II. Rushing et als vs. Etna Life Insurance Co. et als; compromised Dave Arnold vs. Ethel Arnold; retired. Hats Shoes patterns are light grounds with f stripes. detail of the business. She has a .,.,,i:. i,.,.:.,, ct. l goods. You will bo satisfied. Nicholas, SchariT & Son et als vs. J. W. Fry; report on reference con- rmed. J. G. Taylor vs. S. W. and Mattie Cooley; cause retired, lien declared in tavor of attorney. E. Henry and wife et als vs. Mon roe White et als; retired. S. 1. Presson vs. A. AA . Presson; order pro confesso, conveyance set aside, title vested in complainant, lien declared for cost aud solicitor's fee, cause retired will leave to re instate to enforce lien. J. S. Hall vs. Thomas Beaslev; 30 days allowed defendant to an swer. Harris, McAVhirter fe Co. et als vs. P. AV. Harris et als; pro confes so as to some of the defendants, 30 days allowed others to answer. W. F. Harrison vs. II. Roberts et als; pro confesso as to Roberts and wife. B. F. Brevard and wife vs. J. N. AValker; demurrer overruled, GO days allowed to answer. All other cases not disposed of were continued. Court adjourned AVednesday evening. MILLINERY OPENING. I will make my mrllinery open ing on March 28 and 21) at my new stand on the east side in the front room of the late residence of A E. McCullough. I have the best selected stock of millinery ever brougl to Camden, and the public is invited to come and inspect my goods. Mrs. S. J. Travis. Her C. Hubbs and sister, Miss Mackie, came up from Lake Coun ty last Friday to visit relatives here and at Holladay before going AVest. They left yesterday morning to join their brother, Rev. I. R. Hubbs, at Phoenix, Ariz., where they contem plate making their home. AA'e wish them a safe journey and a happy realization of their fondest hopes, for the future. Arhen children have earache, sat urate a piece of cotton with Ballard's Snow Liniment, and place it in the ear. It will stoo the pain nuicklv. j Price, 2j aud oi) cents. Rold.by all v i A dnig-i.sl.-j.