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) i ""IT 4 O vor xxv. no. j. cam i ) i :x. ti:nn i :ss JULY J 1, l.'K2. AMDliS LP I) 1 TV i 1 I f 1 y 1 4 4 ' . AN ' IN 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 In order to mako room fo a) our Fnll Goods we aro i 6 ) CLOSINQ OUT ) f Lawns and Dimities at Cost, Men's Shirts at Less Than $ Cost WE WANT 4 4 f To sell you Repairs for the f "Walter A. Wood Machinery, and also all kinds of Sewing Machines. t 4 WE WANT 4 To buy your country produce and we wantto treat you right. 4 4 4 a) We also repair your Clocks, ) 4 Watches, Jewelry, Telephone. Yours to Please, PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. M. P. Quinn of Westport was in ihe city Tuesday. Col. J. M, Lashlee spent Tues day at Huntingdon. Miss Nell Eye has been visiting at Dresden and Gleason. j. W. Saunders of Nashville was down a few days this week. Horace Hooser spent the Fourth with homefolks near Sparta. Several attended the ball game at Huntingdon on the Fourth Mr. and Mrs. R. loxmsol Way visited friends here Monday. Mrs. H. W. MoGill has returned from a visit to relatives at Plant D. M. Farmer, II. A. Phifer and others of Claud were in the city Monday. Marvin Mcllas has returned to Nr.shVille where he has accepted a position. 3. 11. Holland, who rent to Mis souri last winter, rekrned home Saturday. Royal Melton goes to Claud Dext week to teach the public school at that place. Miss Bertha McElyea has been indisposed for several days, but is convalescent. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. McGill have moved to the Bowles place and set up housekeeping. General J. W. Lewis and Hon John II. Trice spoke -at the court house last Mdiday. Rev. Yates Moore 'has returned homo from ex extended visit to his parents at Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dowdy of Big Sandy were guests of Mr. and Mis X H. McGill this week. iiiiflliii Mrs. E. M. McAuley and little daughter ate visiting relative s and friends at Big Handy. Mis. Dora McAuley and niece, MiH Ncppie Rives, have returned from a visit at Waverly. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Anderson of Huntingdon aro Mondimr a few dava hero with rebitive. 1 'J I iuio. u linn runt V iiiivi nutU returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Huntingdon. Workmen aro rebuilding W. A. Lashleo's barn, which was blown down during the recent storm. Nola Cuff has returned to Claud where he is employed as book- keeper for D. M. larmer & Son. property will be disposed of at the l. 1 J . . TT . chancery ealo at Hollow Pock next Monday. Misses Chloo and Donio Clem ent attended the burial of their grandmother, Mrs. Winifred Stock dale, near Enloe. There was a good attendance on the barbecue at the depot yester- day, and the occasion was a pro- nounced success. A. V. Lowles & Co. have bought of Sidney L. Peeler, assignee, the Thompson k Thompson stock of goods at the depot. Mrs. T. J. Lowry left this week to visit relatives and friends at Tu- evening. Captain Wells was ap pelo and other points near her old pointed to succeed the lamented home ui Mississippi. O. G. Hubbs was called home from Lake County Sunday bv the illness of his wife. We are pleased to learn that she is improving. T. H. Baker of McKenzie was iu the city yesteruay. The ex-mar- shal has an eve on the Republican nomination for Congress in this dis trict, you know. The Camden and Cowell's Chapel teams played an interesting game of ball at Maiden Park yesterday afternoon. The score stood 10 to G in favor of Camden. m. l t,..j... xuo uiup piubptci iix Demon County was never better at this season of the year, and if we can have a few more good rains, it is predicted that corn will be a dull sale at 20 cents a bushel. Miss Georgia Bennett of Hunt- ingdon visited here Sunday, and was the guest of Mrs. Bettie Cun- niugham at the home of Lawyer S. L. Peeler. Miss Bennett is one of Huntingdon's most popular young ladies. "Old Glory" was in evidence in Camden on the Fourth. Quite a number of our merchants decorat ed their business houses, and flags were displayed at a few residences, The absence of fireworks created mi commas. Mrs. Winifred St'ockdale,an aged lady of the ninth district, who re sided near Enloe, died Saturday morning. She was 85 years of age, and was held in the highest esteem throughout that community. A large number of relatives are left to mourn her loss, to whom we ex tend condolence. Ex-Sheriff W. G. Kirk died at Cooley's Landing Tuesday. The deceased was rendered an invalid by a stroke of paralysis received while serving as dermtv United States marshal, and from this he only partially rallied at times, but J 1 J . ' never recovered. Like all men, he had his faults and foibles, but withal Bill Kirk had a warm heart and kindly disposition, and was 1 i a . ii m i generous aimosc to a iauit. ine interment took place at Palestine Cemetery Wednesday. Peace to his memory. Camdvn and Big Sandy (second nines) ball tennis met at Maiden Park yesterday, and the ,'nrac re united in u score of 18 to 15 in favor of Smdy. I hough outclassed (tn0 visitors being larger and older boj'8) 11,(3 ,0Cfl1 tf'nm ft V('r' ood gamo of ball for the, practice ri'l . . 1 1 1 i ineseconu game win uo pulled oil The abandonment of the plan to have a barbecue here last Friday was not generally known, hence I there was considerable disappoint ment and inconvenience upon tho part of many who came hero on the inorniiif nf tlin Vmirfli Tf Tin- CilltOXICLE had been advised of the , nmrn , , t , e , , Iv ij.hu xm. j ' i it ft VllU II VU1U have been made public. rri n n , , , Hie Camden boys scored a vic- . . , linl1 itnmn . Vom, nvyj vwv JtfcUlV tU IT CAT. 1 J J on the Fourth. Quito a number from here went to Waverly to wit ness tho game, and they returned in fine spirits. The game resulted as follows: Camden 20. Waverlv 14. The boys are encouraged, and if they will get down to steady work they can soon put up a first-class game of ball Evangelist Frauk M. Wells, of Memphis, and ex-chaplain of the United States Army, delivered a lecture on the Philippine Islands ftt the court-house last Thursday L,ewis J. Leland, deceased, as chap lain of tlie First Tennessee Eegi ment aud bas since traveled exten- sivel' iu Southern Europe, Egypt anu 1 alestin0 Tom lle', went to the re uniou at Dallas in ePrinS antl remained in Texas, writes a lengthy letter stating that he has located quite a number of relatives in the Lone Star State. However, he has more to look up, and has about concluded that it is going to be a huge task for him to visit them all He finds them all doing very well The letter is pntirelv inn Ipno-lliv J o - to nnblish in fnll. but it is pvhW tW,Tnm is matin or t.lm mtn Ma fim i.nwfivpr. -npfArr;rifr Pfm prospects in Texas, he says they are generally good. The palatial home of the late C. F. Phillips will bo sold at the great chancery sale of property at Hol- low Rock July 14. This is one of the prettiest homes in the country. Desirably located; fine water. Soda Water, all flavors, at the Fry Drug Co. Don't rent land when you can buy a farm on easy terms at the chancery sale of property of the late C. F. Phillips July 14 at Hol- low Rock. This is the best chance you will ever have again Try a Cold Milk Shake at the Fry Drug Co. What about a home? Do you need one? If you do attend the great chancery sale of property at Hollow Rock July 14. Go to Tucker's, on the south side, for a cold Soda. All Savors. . Jly 14 fct&e great chancery sale 01 'lana ac liow itocK is your chance to buy a beautiful home, farm' business We' town lot or 1 1 3 nfi timbered lands. Terms easy. 1 "Ferro-Pepsinr at tho Try Drug Co, is the new popular dr.nk T Stop howlirg about you ill Go to the creat chancei salo ul Hollow Rou'k July 14 and buy you 1 a farm on easv terms. SJ! Hi IU HOI. It t.'Ol KT. The July, term of tho Benton County Court convened heJo on Monday morning and tho court ield a three days hcbsioii. The u-tufil appropriations were nmdo and other routine business nuisfioted. The application to open R road on the north of town through the roperty of W. F. Maiden, Mrs. P. Rovve and others, was reiected. The question of the right of way of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway Co., who aro constructing a siding at Camden depot, came up for consideration. The road commissioner did not ap prove the action of the railroad company, and the adoption of his report was urged by petition of over two hundred citizens. A committeo was appointed to investigate tho matter. In sub stance it was the opinion of this committee in their report that the construction of auother siding by the railroad company did not in terfere with the rights of the pub lic. After some discussion of tho matter, the court finally adopted a resolution disapproving the action of the railroad company. It might be stated hero that the new siding is au encroachment on the present highway aud will inconvenience some of the citizens at the depot, and while the court would like to render all relief possible, it did not feel that it had any power to inter fere with the right of the railroad company. ! Judge L. E. Davis being sick and not able to attend court Wednes day, J. B. Vickrey was elected aa special judge for the term or dur ing the illness of Judge Davis. Though not entirely, recovered, Judge Davis was able to be at his oflice yesterday. , The attendance at court was not as full on Tuesday and Wednesday as, on Monday. FROM FOSTOAK. Resular correspondence. James Presson reports the first sorghum cane heads. Our people are, almost through with work in their crops, which are looking fine. . . The cemetery at this place was cleaned off Saturday, and those in terested talk of building a new fence soon. ' ! ' The remains cf Iioy Caneer, who died near Morri? Chapel, were giv en interment here last Wednesday Loy was 16 yeirs of age, a good moral boy, and thlere was a large gathering of friends and relatives present to pa7 tlieir last sad re spects to his irempry. Burial ser vices were conducted by Rev. J M. Pickens. ; I Postoak, Jjlyj& CAKI? OH THANKS. Mr. Editor: "Through the! medium of your newsy paper I wfould like to thank the good people! of Benton County (particular!;' thpse of Camden) for the kindnesf, hospitality and gen erosity which they manifested to me while h tliieir midst. I shal never forget tiem, and may it b'' my good frtane to often revisit them. "To you, Mr. Editor, in behalf of the conductors of the institute, I render hearty thanks for the in terest you displayed and the en couragement you gave us. Iu the lnnguageof the immortal Rip Tan aikle, 'May you livo long, and :sper.' "With highest esteem, I remain Miss Nellie T. Smrgox." , Gallatin, Teuu., July 7. 4 4 cc nui f.s i ( x i ) i:.xc i :. FROM ptl.lf COITOSIKVKlt'llcfc. I R. L. Staguer is retried q-iito sick at this writing. Mrs. C. O. Wynn is visiting at ig Sandy this week. Crops throughout this locality ftro Buttering for need of rain. Quite a number of our citizens spent the Fourth at Memphis. Rev. W. A. Watts preached an excollout sermon at Crooked Greek Sunday forenoon. There will bo all day singing at Pcntacostal Mission next Sunday, Everybody i3 invited. Section Foreman W. J. Brown and family visited at Hampton last week, returning Sunday. M. R. Liudsey and J. G. Collier have gone to Arkansas, where they have positions as railway bridge carpenters. G. W. Dowdy and family, Mrs. Levina Graham and Mrs. Zora Perry of Big Sandy cpent Sunday here with relatives. Justices R. P. Berry and Homer Parker and Deputy Sheriff J. a Parker are attending the session of quarterly court at Camden. Marriages have become so com mon on Crooked Creek these days that we have quit reporting them. Fact is, Mr. Editor, ve can't keep up with them. Faxon, July 8. FROM GREENBRIER. Regular eorrespondeise. Wheat threshing is in progress. M. E. Byrn was at Paris a few days last week. Mrs. E. J. Byrn is visitiug at Big Sandy this week. Mrs. Ada Cherry and Robert White are down with the typhoid fever. C. M. McGill was thrown by a raule Sunday, receiving painful but not serious injuries. Jesse Herrin, who went to Mis souri some time ago, has returned, and will move his family out there. There was a large attendance at Baker's Chapel Sunday. The pro tracted meeting will begin at the chapel the fourth Sunday in July, Ephram Herrin and Miss Ida Lockhart of the Wyly community were happily married the first of last week. We join in extending best wishes. Miss Maud Frazier of Nashville and Edgar Herrin were married at the home of Justice- G. B. Bane oh Sunday last. May they live long and prosper. Gheenbrier, July 8. FROM FLATWOODS. Regular correspondence The wheat crop is turning out short in this locality. A good rain would be beneficial to crops in this locality, Flatwoods was well represented at Sulphur Springs Suuday. Quite a large number of our cit izens were at Camden yesterdaj. y Next Sunday is the regular ap pointment of Rev. W. A. Watts at this place. We wish to correct our mistake in regard to the memorial service at this place. Tho service will ba held on August 2 instead of the 20th instant. The game of ball between Flat woods and Luterton here Saturday resulted in a score of 23 to 12 iu favor of the home boys. Bethle hem end Flatwoods will play hers next Saturday. Flatwoods, July S. FAXON.