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i IIP ji ! J XVI. NO. ('am i) i :x. t i :n n ksn i:k. ,iam:auv '.. mhks. JLJLJLMj 4 ! ) ASH LEE & HALL ARE PREPARED TO OFFER BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFOBE. i OUR LEADERS We wish to call your attention to a few of our Special Brands of groceries that equal anything sold anywhere. t t Bon Ton" Lard Absolutely Pure and Satisfaction Guaranteed. We carry a large and complete stock of strictly UP-TO-DATE Fancy Goods that can be had at no other than our store in town. Mail orders will have prompt attention. The secret of our success has been THE BEST GOODS AT LOW PRICES Ask our customers how much they saved by giving us their business last year. Then TURN YOUR BACK on High Prices and Common Goods and come straight to us and get your money's worth. "Red Star" and "Triumph" Coffee. It will certainly please. Try a package of our "Saratoga Chips" Thanking you for your patron age last year, we solicit a contin uance during the year 1903. Hon. W. L. Morris in lmiMii';: fin addition to the building oo.-n. pied by J. G. Pits; ;on, dnu'iMot, u the east hide of omit h jsuire. Wo omitted to jnenliuii luttvm L tho visit of Alf us 1'iUton and fata ilyof Greenfield during ChrisV'an-;. Mrs. l5iirton is a graiidduughf. r f Y K. Aden. Thev were L'Ui :-,! s i i T. II. Bateh.an 1ms mdo to Hoi- W. T. Patenmn an 1 family vl.i! : . . . . i j i laday on business. L. 11. Watson was at Nashville a few days this week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. Snow is predicted for tonight or to m or row. Plenty of rain means high water iu tho lowlands. 1). (. Iludoon is ppendin week in Nashville. th I J. F. Beaton went to Ntehville Monday on business. TO THE PUBLIC! AND ALSO OUR CUSTOIV1ERS AND FRIENDS ( FROM FAXON. in tho city. Grant MeGlohon.f p rm Iww.n.ki.k n!(l'nll t . 1 . If P - successful aspirant for en. one of the three new free ru! rAiitiiu ennn fn u iRf nlilislw. S. M. Naifeh spent a few days in u Keon and Julius Colo a. Nashville this week. succep.sf ul aspirants for carrie. , Clando Hudson was at Nashville the other two routes. ; the first of th-e week. L. II. Hazard and dnn-! Hon. Tom C. live of Paris was Misses Nannie and Gertrude J ' - hero awhile .Monday. Kf d and Mrs. lannie McUonahl . ... -r -r -x i oi iu5uvuie were euneu neiu im- Capt. T. L. Lamer of Avaverly . f 4lia . , . 4liQ ;llnf,c, ,,f was here Wednesday. Mr. Hazard's sister. Mrs. P. J. Allie V. Bowles returned Friday O'lteill v. Thev returned toNnj-li- from a trip to Memphis. villeyesterday accoinjianied by Mr. A new Bidowalk has been put y s little daSliter, Helen. down on Haley Avenue. The following new students from II. L. Thillips was at Hunting- ut ? town have entered bciiooi m don on business one day last week. Kenton Seminary Viola Anderson of IJoliaday, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall returned Aiice natley and Moria Pry of from a visit at St. Louis last week, flrecheen. Miss Lois and Byron w V TTorr'crn nr.fl AV V DiVo-q Patford of Wav. Miss Nattie Odlo of Holladay were hero yesterday, of Sugar Tree, Barney IJolland, A. ,r T, r . .,i i j r. Louson anu Aiueri. jjcii in a, nin 1 . I. '1 nniiici n'lll laoua rn Realizing that competition is so sharp and prices bo close, the Credit system by merchants is nearing a close, It used to be that anybody would pay their store ac count, but now only a few will pay and the rest depend on the few paying their account. We do not want to hurt anybody or their business, but we have a right to say how we want to use our means just as you should. 70U HELP US III m Villi HELP YOU. The sooner the people realize the advantage of paying Cash or Barter the better it will be for them and us, as every intelligent man, woman or child knows that if we ltegular corresijontlonee And now it is winter in fact. We had just a little sunshine Sunday. A. J. Collier moved to Big Sandy last week. J. T. Faxon moved to Stewart last week. II. Fitzsimmons moved to Faxon last week. B. T. Brewer moved into our town vesterdav- J. H. Rushing went to Taris on business vesterdav. Miss Vick Akers is visiting at Big Sandy this week. iu ;iJ.x1B,10 ,.....v.... IJartlett Lashlee of liethrelitin, uayio join ner uuamiuu Ul( u- Elbem Rml Lantion Hawley and Robert Davis of Glendale, Alfre phis TT. W T. Tfrrrin BnPtlt, A. few 1 Tl.nmnsnn Trili11alirnnL- "NJnli. days iu Nashville the latter part of Wilson, Lola Frazier, Tera, Lena, . i i 1. It it T last wees. ijinos ano uucas xavis. Wr. T. Cooper left Tuesday for Mrs. O'Reilly, the wife of P. J. ; Bowling Green, Ky., to spend a O'Reilly, died Tuesday morning, few months. after an illness of several weeks. R F. Dilday returned the latter She had been ick since Novcra part of last week from a visit at ber, but seemed to be much better Huntingdon and was thouSllt to be out of her m ,r n i trouble until last week. She was Judge W. T. Morris was called Q member of tlie Baptist Church, to Nashville on business the latter anaieaveBa husband and one child. part of last week. Funeral services were held at tho W. P. Redick spent a few days Cumberland Presbyterian Church Rev. S. H. Blackwell preached Lf Bit: Sandy this week, returning Wednesday afternoon by Rev. A , 1 pastor or tne Dapii: at Crooked Creek last Saturday kome Wednesday. aiteinuun Nunnerv ternoon. T i,; a J Church. 1 he lUtermeiu. was ai n w r a i t. i ueorize iu. iiB&tic utt . w We cxtenu sell for Cash or Barter that we can sell you goods much X cheaper than we can to sell on time, for money is worth Retiring. Ye think that we have, as higjijff precision for our lomers as anybody, find if we tell you that we can i A V i 4 can that we are out of the Credit business and do not 4 4 4 4 4 char(Te anything to you, we do not, mean that we iot like you, or think you bad pay, but we simply ua'nt to sell any one on time. IF YOU NEED GOODS and have no money, we probably can arrange it for you to get the money, so on and after February 1, PJ03, wo would takeTt as a personal favor if you would not ask ,,a f mrtrft Rnv rrnods to vou. W"e know vou are good L0 O J O " j and worth it, but we are going to close out 'what goods- f vre have, and will give you such bargains as never went of Camden, beginning . for Arkansas, where he has em- P"?, ao oomi,i condolence to the bereaved. nlovment. Blieu "" After a vacation of two weeks J""5" tub uahcuai, T T l' -1 1 T 1 0 TIT 1 1, il, I , Miss .Lena wnusey resumea her wevaru r uuu8 vc r p;f f v.fV,ird ftflnPral ASSem- schoo yesterday. wc uni 10 ug isi jl ohZs bly of Tennessee formally met at Ar bur Lindsey, who has been W Dodsou of Dickson, who has y . very low with pneumonia, is some taken charge. nneec!ed in tierf ectinir its better this morning. I TT;aa Tmln nnd Ouinnie Harper i Mr. ana Mrs. oacK anagneroi nf wHi,v;ilfl Rneht last Sunday m u f amM, coUr w . , li' 1 ' -i " I J. . OCO V VI UUUHivi oijvuai) ""'"'J . rr n o .Q VI Ol t 111 nf TO Dl 1 1'DO tl 11(1 I . ... J ll HT I J . . L friends in this vicinity. Ma yarbrough. ward W. Thomas of Humphreys After spending a week visiting j k assistant clerk, Allen S. Eason of relatives and friends at Big Sandy Vj" e,' :lirin nopniinf narT.niififtr!,ftanV at-arms.MissGra. Miss Sammie Allen returned home "u j? ,8."clD " , i"r:::;i L i " UT;" h.. " Wiinim.nn q l 01 the llineSS Ol. Hl MSiei-iu-ian, uouj vvjxu. si Dunaay. Q Trn.l rrrnBm'no' rlerk. .1wVaT -vf mil. imnnrt MIB. kj. IIAXJ i". to o Buuu.r Ui r ,yUfa - The muse Democratic caucus peopie uiBiiiru uuuuf; m -"J horsey uci u r - . deadlock on the selection of season and we wish for them all den spent a few days this week with kej. terd after. joyand happiness. the family of Lucian Jolly.-Car- c L Lawrence D. Ty. Tim dnnoo iriven bv Mr. and mil nmmt.v Democrat. ...i. j u -n. O-i. I i ot it Oqp Grand Qpeninjj Salev And don't ' va.' because you owe us. but come on .and BhowJojB jujvjn all your past favors, wo Yonn 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 rriA ncf ollnf nf nfRrPrR tonic I TV aIIat nAwinotlAnfl warft T! "R. nlace at the camp hall of Postoak Adams of Wilson clerk, Edward Camp, iNo. 47, vooamen 01 mem, Martin of JUavidson assistant World, Tuesday evening. clerk, John Dupree ot liaywoocl Ex-Trustee J. T. Camp, "Uncle sergeant-at-arms, Miss JSarcissa T ha ia hotter klinwn. WR9 muHWli UL tniilttUiouu tiiuDOiu n.iovforlw mnrt was in ReRsion hn nwn shakinGr hands with the clerk. - - 1 I " here Monday and Tuesday until boys the first of the week. rjHE Republican leaders have noon, lhe usual ousmess oi a M $ Jlrs. John R. Thomas decided that there is to be no tar- routine nature was prompUy dis- 0f -yagpent a few days during the iff revision. This is almost as sur posedof. The appropriations for uoijday8 with Mr. and Mrs. AV. W. prising as the announcement that "Mrs. Fitzsimmons Saturday even ing proved an enjoyable occasion to those who attended. Faxon, January C. QUARTERLY COURT. pay us. Thanking you for , mess, 5 -U JL4 POTTS. J v 'fc Sit-. C pwovjv v-.. rr'-r UOlldayS WllH iui. auu iixid. m county purposes amounted in the a Harris. Waverly Sentinel i ..i moon r.n I kJ i i-. j cKSeal w connty D. G. Hudson of Camden came superintendent of public instruc- over lrst Sunday and spent thetlay T (T nd!of noxbnmwR. with hi 3 old time friend, Prince A. Tarv r.nblic. HawkiLs.-Carroll County Demo rf . 1 i A Qtiti-Ti in nrpr n iipw Trftn in Crai. unrfli ffamden'Tfuo trranted. We understand so Senator Piatt and Governor Odell will stand together. li.f. tu::-nr3iDENT notice. ; (.on,t,9 ys. F. i. Hudson et a!s-Iii,t:u-v(;(imtatCami!en,'i'enn. is cause it avpeaniiK t v.-ioin thattlio (Ic'U'iulitiit, A. i is.t iVoa-TtiUIi'Mt of the State of 'i'. -n ti-rort' di ilt'i't'il liy tup that 1 rsU' .-.'Xri-nse to tlio original am! u in 1k abova nah-A ;;-l,sf 1,1 1 : tut- li. ntosi cmii-!v,u -. t'te tr. i tiiulay !;: ' : 5 .: ,. r;i for i-'''-' vii.ber 30, l!xr'. W. I. - , r ijrutor fj: i Chronicle and theweekly " ; Commercial Appeal, $1. ,ond f f -A few loau of stove icription for sub "The first great aim of technical education," says Col. Francis W. Parker, "should be to fit the stu- Ion t rT a norfipnlor l lifl nstrw Til 4lir acnUoii voofo r,F fliA Miilrl'a fifl- U .ii-AnArfn I TT 1, n Vrt V ill Q VI CI f. t CI Tpl. I . . i J Ill till 1 4inllllllfl 1C 1Y i TT1 nnCierSlallll tSC- lUC JJlpCiJf X-yJ WCU UJJ UUI C lio.u UtHUUU UHUJUU VS'H"liJo ,1,uiu owners on tin proposed road will atives. His friends here will re- important than reading, writing or tak an appeal to circuit court. gret to learn that he losfhis wife arithmetic." a few weeks ago. I , . . t . tv. i. -i u n t i, It you receive a copy or J. C. King of Gosnell.O. I., who 0Q Vcnirih. snent the holidays with relatives! xV ... . !, f r - - - . -, 1 pr. 1, nun iuia 111 nu luviLtiLnju iui and friends at llolladay, has gone , der to Nashville to take a course in the Ju b medical department of Vanderbilt Trustee Gm W E. Herrin sta University berore returning uuui. hig round o the count t, . T l 1 4. uane was eitctfu mau commissioner in the sixth district J to succeed G. H. Harper. All the magistrates were present except W. J. Nunnery of the third district, who was sick. A N - i. It .-he-.l Ik ' t, ltd al s: "f S: in or lady an old cs- :,din. A V-iid by 1 :,;en- CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Cidldren, Tha Kind Yea Have Always Bought jeRSe Xlall lelt i.U.i uauuuaj i.u ceiVB HlO ittA iul iiiud wis uta.. travel for Nicholas Scharff k Sons - Grocery Company of St. Louis. The Chronicle and the wo! Jesse is a fine salesman, a jolly. Memphis Commercial Appeal, good fellow, and Messrs. Scharff . t, fnrtnoto i bftvinf? Be- of nice stationery Bears tlie Eigaatuxe