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II 1 1 iU M M I i i .iLi! .1 i h i ii T : 1 1 1 'j! W J.L JL J L J - 4- t VOI,. XXIV. NO. 17. cam dion, t I : n n i ;s i ; i :. aim; 1 1, 2.-,. DH, 3 4 1 V 1 I 10s 0 silo, Central! Hlii.ci! (iivo iu STKi AIJ, I'OTTS' M.r... lx thut MiK'.ill A l'olth? V.w. V.', II, 1 vnnt'l to nsk if you 'cut il! I hili'J lo h -1 1 ? Well, c slioiiM umilc. AVo'vo mI 'cm units of (t.hhIm ! HcUHiill ;it I p IpiTH fur .")(! I'alii'o I, .') ami lie. pTviihl. Or;imlics, lnn.1 7,'.j to I.Hh:. per yanl. Silk Waist in: nixl Silk Trimming all shinies ami all priccn. A'pliiiiu Ti iiiiinin, ' loT'n:. per yard. All grades of JVarl IUittins. LADIES, Don't, forgot our ih'vv (Millars, Tics, Drvfi Tiinnnitiijs, Uitilircllas, Slip pers, lilies we have all that and inure, too. LISTEN, BOYS, Young Men, nod Old Men : Our line of Shoes, Hats, Clothing, and ( lent V'Ueady-to- Wear" foods are A cheaer than any time lately, and we are anxious to sell you anything you need. Farm Machinery, Etc. We also handle repairs for Oliver and Yulean Chilled Clows, Avery; " South U-nd and Walter A. Woods Mowers and I'indcrs; aLso Flows, as above mentioned. Imperial I'lov: Kepairs, all sizes in liolts. A goed line of shelf Hardware, Queen&. fe and Tinware. Jewelry. We have the best stock of Jewel fy in the city. We do renair work on Jewelry, 4 Clocks, Watches, Telephone, Sur- h : r ., .1.. ' veyiiii, U'Cinjiiissen, eu Anything You Want. In fact we are headquarters or anythingyou want. It we haven't got it, we can get it f or you. We can get any Sewing Machine repair you want. We have needles. OUR MOTTO. We try to deal honestly. If you want goods on time, go somewhere else, or make us safe unless you T are good yourself. If you owe us anything, we need it. x Thanking vou for rmst favors f Is that all? No, but some one else wants the line. Call again in a few moments. Alright, iioodby. Goodby. The fact that Hon. James 11 Fraziev will be nominated for gov ernor of Tennessee without oppo sitiou in the Democratic party will incite him to a peculiar apprecia tion of the high honor conferred upon him. This, coupled with the fact that lie succeeds Governor McMillin. whoso administration has been noted for business ineth ods and a succecsful handling of the State's finances, will insure a continuation of good times in Ten nessee, so far as the executive ofHce at Nashvillo is concerned. Much will be expected of Governor Fra zier, and the people will not be dis appointed. Lexington Progress. Couldn'thelpgettingacold never cures it; but carrying home a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and using it as directed, will cure the worst kind of congh or cold. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all drug gists. The Chronicle wants to ex change subscription to the paper for a few loads of 18 inch wood for cook stove. Apply to this office. TnE CnitONiCLE wants an active correspondent in every locality in Benton County. Write to us for circular letter of instructions, etc. Do you use printed stationery? If not, let us get you up some letter heads, envelopes, statements, etc, It is more business like to use printed stationery, and then the cost is very little more. Send us a trial order. "When children have earache, sat urate a piece of cotton withBallard's Snow Liniment, and place it in the car. It will stop the pain quickly. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all .druggists. PERSONAL APJD LOCAL NEWS. I If. W. MeGill v.rh at Wuverly Monday. Alvin S. MeGill was at Ski: wen M.:nday. Alex Admis of llolladr.y was in tlio city Saturday. J. W. ttaund'TR (if N'islivillo was in the city Monday. J ud go L. L. Davis was quite sick the fust of the week. P. J. O'Ueilly hpont u few days at Nashville this week. Hon. J. A. Clement has returned from a trip to Danville. Misses Pearl and Vera McElyea visited at Plant last week. A new boy arrived at the homo of T. A. Ellington Monday. The new dwelling of L. A. AVyatt will be completed in a few days. Circuit Clerk L. 11. "Watson went to Holladay yesterday on business. J. M. Lof-khart of Wyly has en tered school at Ponton Seminary. Mr. and Mis. W. E. Walker of Sugar Tree were in the city Satur- lay. Miss Lena Lindsoy of Big Sandy is the guest of Miss Pearl Mcllae this week. Next Sunday is the regular ap pointment of P.ev. A. Nunnery at this place. T. A. Ellington came home from Knoxville last Saturday to rest for a few days. Miss Jennie Swindle of Chalk Level is attending the reunion at Dallas, Tex. Miss Florence Nance of Eggville is the guest of Mrs. Dora McMack in this week. U. A. Potts is enclosing the place occupied by W. E. McCollough on Church street with a neat and sub stantial fence. u "That -riaiiai &-uizm.t. , rtf. - i t,.,,T3 il Brings Another One Into , Our Store" Is certainly the best way for us to advertise and is working like a charm. H H WHILE IN THE MARKET WE CASH AND WILL OFFER FOR ONE WEEK A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS IN AD DITION. TO OUR CHOICE SELECTION OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. 5 pieces of White Lawn and India Linons, worth 7 1-4 cents a yard, Special Price, ..... 5 pieces better grade White Lawn and India Linon, fine and sheer, just the goods for ladies' waists, worth 14 cents. Sale Price, 20 pieces very beet standard Fast Colored Calico, newest assortment of styles, worth 5 cents. Sale Price, 20 pieces of Cotton Checks, nicely assorted and staple and fancy fast colors, worth 6 cents, Sale price, 20 pieces choicest styles in New Percales, fast colors, worth 12 1 Sale Price. ' . . 20 pieces fast colors Staple Ginghams, in checks and plaids, worth Sale Price, . . . . j ARBUCKLE'S COFFEE, i Wo handle (lie bet line of Farming Machinery and Implements to be liatl. We guarantee our Prices aud our Goods. We want your Country Produceall of it. We pay highest Harket Prices. We iftHue a cordial Invitation la visit our store and inspect our stock, whether you wish to make purchases or not. C AUD T. J. Lowry went to St. Louis Tuesday on Lu.ine; s, rel in ning this morning. (Jen. J. W. Lewis of Paris was in the city yesterday shaking hands "mit drr poys." Cashier W. L. Morris joined (he crowd which left Sunday morning for Dallas, Tex. Prof. McD. Neal, county super intendent of public instn.cticn, was at Nashville Friday. Mrs. It. W. MeGill has returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Humphreys County. E. S. Barkett of Lake County spent a few days here thU week with his cousin, John Naifeh. Mrs. Lillie Lloyd of Nashville fpent Sunday hen with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Haley. Miss Bettio Whitfield went to Paris Saturday where she joined a party going to the Dallas reunion. Marriage licenses have been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to James M. Hill and Maggie Win ters. Mrs. J. Arnold and daughters, Mrs. Tom C. Bye and Miss Peail Arnold, went to Wuverly Monday to visit friends. Tom J. Dodd has gone to Texas. He will attond the reunion at Dal las and visit relatives r.nd friends in other parts of the Stato. Tom Herrin and E. N. Qvrillen of Wyly and Jasper Bushing and J. V. Latimer of Bristow nrox at tending the reunion at Dallas. Gen. J. Y7. Lewis will speak at the following places to-morrow: Sugar Tree, at 1 p. m.; Mcllhvain, at '3 p. m., and Holladay at night. Dan Marlow was arrested this wreek by Sheriff E. E. Fry ou the charge of carrying a pistol, and in default of bond was committed to jail. mm One Pleased Customer WERE ABLE TO MAKE SOME THIS WEEK, IIC. BEST KEG : BOH .CAMDEN, TEZNN Cap Arnold and Jim Vickrey went out a short whilo yestenl-iy uflel unnu and bagged 1! hqim-ls. Fifhiug parlies have been very sueee:..f ill the past Week, and souio goods strings have been taken from the nearby creekf. Cation 1'inley left last Saturday night for Oklahoma where ho svill make his home. He went by way of Dallas, Tex., to take in the re union this week. Enos Thomas u out West, and after taking in tho reunion at Dal las and visiting frieuds and rela tives in Texas he will spend a few months in the Indian Territory. Horace Melton, who was arrest ed by Sheriff E. E. Fry Wednesday on a warrant charging him with seduction, gave bond for his ap pearance before Justice J. M. Cas tilev to-day. 11. 11. Rogers, who leased the J. D. Crocker livery stable a short time ago, has disposed of his inter ests here and returned to his home at Hustburg. The stable is closed for the present. We have just printed for A. Y. Bowles k Co. a lot of now directory cards of the Camden telephone ex change. It is important that every subscriber have a revised directory of tho exchange, Rud you can get one of these cards by calling at the Backet Store, where they are being distributed with the compliments of the proprietors of tho store. Benton County is very well rep resented at the reunion at Dallas, Tex., this week. Twenty-one tick ets were sold Sunday morning to Dallas and some went Saturday night and Sunday night, and a few went by the way of Paris. With one or two exceptions those men tioned last week as going to the re union left with the jolly party that got off from here Sunday morning, nm i Ki I- u n u u u y a VERY CHEAP PURCHASES FOR M 4 10 4 cents cents cents cents cents cents styles, - 2 cents, 3 7-8 10 7 1-2 cents, . SODA, 2 I-2C. A POUND. o 5 ? CO., CLSPCRATE HOCDLIi KILLED. Irncltctl Irj UliMnlli.Min.il him! f'uriirrPil, Hb l.eliiHcl i him fiit.'oi . Yesterday's American contained an account of a killing on Tennes seo River, in which A. N. Lindsey of Big Sandy figured in a combat with a deperatn robber. Tho posfol'eo at Stnbbling in Stewart County was robbed last Thursday night, and Mr. Lindsey and his bloodhounds were sent for Friday morning, lie went at once, and tho dogs took the trail, but it was late Monday afternoon before Mr. Lindsey and his companions succeeded in locating one of tho robbers. Tho mf.n,who was known as Joe Stringer, was well armed, and ho refused to surrender. Lindsey gave the order to closo in on him, and he and Will Court ney and Wilber Sellers advanced on the robber, who was bheltered by a tree. The robber opened ire immediately, seriously and proba bly fatally wounding Sellers. At the same time Lindsey and Court ney advanced firing and the robber fell mortally wounded by a shot above the heart and died at once. At the inquest held by Coroner Ware of Murray, Ky., Mr. Lindsey and his companions were exonera ted. Stolen goods were found on the body of the robber. That locality, it seems, hao beet infested with robbers cf late, but if a few more are sent to the peni tentiary or removed like thi3 on probably a less number of robber ies will be committed. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. The Benton County Teachers' Association met at Liberty Satur day, April 19. The house was call ed to order by Superintendent Mc D. Neal, and organization was per fected by electing D. 13. Johnson president, Lena Lindsey secretary, Mattie Clemeut and Sallie Law rence assistant secretaries. After the election of officers the program was taken up and the sub jects ably discussed by the teachers until near the noon hour, then the queries were taken up and distrib uted, then adjournment for dinner, which was greatly enjoyed by all present and did much credit to tli people of that place. The house was again caileci to order at 1.30 p. in., and the remain der ef the program wras disposed of. after which the following commit tees were appointed:. Program W. D. Cooper, AJraa Greer and W. "Walker. Resolutions Martin Hardin and James Lockhart. Being no further business, the association adjourned to meet at Mclllwain Saturday, May 17, 1002: Lena Lindsey, Secretary. I have the best selected stock of millinery ever brought to Camden, and the public is invited to come and inspect my. goods. Mrs. S. J. Travis. Begin in time and clean up your premises. Make a liberal use of lime, and thu3 avoid tho usual spring sickness. If you receive a copy of Tni: Cheonicle and are not a subscrib-' er, then this in an invitation for you to become a regular reader. Bring or send us your news o general interest, and we will pub lish it with pleasure. When in need of uice stationery1 n "i tend us your order's.