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t i J! iL n 1 I;-- w i I j i j - I i vj i: u j .a -44 VOL. XXVI, NO. 7. cam ti:n xi:ssi:i:. I'i-H'ii'Auv i !!io::. fl A T T -TT 717 I! II i .fc k ' M ' "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..' ill im ifUMjllj AND ALSO Our Customers and Friends Realizing that competition ia so sharp and prices so close, the Credit system by merchants is Hearing 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. YOU HELP US AXD WE WILL IIELr 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 sell for Cash or Barter that we can sell you goods much cheaper than we can to sell on time, for money is worth something. "We think that we have as high appreciation for our customers as anybody, and if we tell you that we can not charge anything to you, we do not mean that wo do not like you, or think you bad pay, but we simply mean that we are out of the Credit business and do not want 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, 1903, wo would take it as a personal favor if you would not ask us to charge any goods to you. AVe know you are good" and worth it, but we are going to close out what goods we have, and will give you such bargains as never went out of Camden, beginning Fetaarj 1st, 1393, (jar Grand Qpsnlsu gale And don't stay away because you owe us, but come on and show to us you want to pay us. Thanking you for all your past favors, we are Yours for business, STIGALL & POTTS j OUR ENTIRE STOCK TO BE DISPOSED OF, CONSISTING OF ? Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Skirts, Shirt Waists, 4 IV Dress Goods, and everything in the Dry Goods line. f We have discovered but all former ideas of profit BEST BARGAINS EVER 3 Beginning FEBRUARY 1, this sale will continue THIRTY DAYS. Come to Bee us, get our prices, and you will be convinced that we mean just what we say. fiJ! i N j Raw o AHE PREPARED TO OFFER BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN IU BEFORE.. Wo wish to call your atlcntion to a few of our Special Brands oT groceries that equal anything sold anywhere. 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. i 1 one way and that is by cutting prices so decisively that vanish. t .1 li J ; - 0 '(,-, 'il "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. Last year were very good and profits fair we succeeded in mak ing nice money ou the year's business. Kealizitig that we owe this success to THE LIBERAL PATRONAGE of our customers, we have decided to show our appreciation of the same by giving them the benefit of some rare bargains. Beginning Sihrftji, Janosni 17, We will place on sale at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES our entire stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Glotliifijj ant! Overcoats A lot of SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS, FLANNELS, CANTON FLANNELS and other seasonable goods. Come and see us if you want bargains. With many thanks for past favors, we re main Yours truly, IN CAMDEN J li. lie Qop Sales) Is! I f ill IMF flfl va.LUt PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Dura Mul y ii vi.-;iting nt Tfu is 1 1 1 i h wet k. .J. V. Samidt'is of Na.-hvilleis down for a few days. S. (j. 1V'1it 1ms gone to Dresdi-n to ulli'iid chancery court. Tom Bomar of Manli yvillr was ovc r a few days this w i k. . ii. Bridges of Na,hvillo wna down bird hunlhig 'l'utbday and VediH'9lay. Mru. C. II. Yarbrough of Nash ville in hero on a vibit to friends and relatives. Mrs. Alice Jackson of Paris is the guest of the family of Dr. E. M. McAuley this week. Miss Sophia Rushing of Wyly has been visiting her sister, Mis. E. E. Fry, the past week. T. Davis of Humphreys County visited his brother, Judge L. E. Davis-, the first of the week. S. M. Naif eh, who was' badly burned by a hot stove falling on him, is able to be cut r.gain. Rev. Mr. Chirk, a Baptist min ister of Henry County, will preach at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church next Sunday. George II. Harper has bought a lot near Maiden Park, and has placed an order for material to build a dwelling house. R. L. Phillips has rented the Bomar building on the east side, and will engage in the dry goods and millinery business. If you receive a copy of The Ciironicle and are not a subscrib er, then this in an invitation for you to become a regular reader. Despite the rain there was quite a large attendance at the entertain ment given the younger set by Mr. and Mr. S. S. Clayton last Satur day evening. Dr. E. M. McAuley went up to Nashville Tuesday to attend the meeting and banquet of the alumni association of the Nashville Uni versity, dental department. Tom C. Rye and W. W. Fara bough of Paric, Bowman & Son of Waverly, and Joe R. Hawkins of Huntingdon were in attendance at circuit court hero this week. Mr. and.Mre. H. B. Bridges have returned i. Jn a trip to Carbondale, 111. Their daughter, Mrs. J. D. Rushir, is recovering from her illness, we are pleased to learn. County Clerk W. D. Cooper has issued marriage licenses to G. T. Childress and Allie Davidson, C. L. Haynes and Olive Haynes, Rob ert King and Callie M. Johnson. Colored Matthew Tettigrew and Bettie Barfield. At an election held in the second district Saturday II. C. Aden was elected magistrate to succeed G. B. Holladay, resigned. The vote was H. C. Aden 57, N. B. Woods 20. Mr. Aden was in town yesterday and filed his bond. Isaac Wygul, a highly respected citizen of the county, died at his home in the eight district Tuesday afternoon, of pneumonia. The in terment was at Baker's Chapel. Mr. Wygul was a son of Mrs. S. II. Hall of this place, and -was about 43 years of age. He was highly esteemed as a friend and neighbor, and he wa3 a man who was greatly devoted to his family. His wife and children have our sympathy in their 'bereavement. WANTEO-A trustwor!! y y.-sith-n-stti .1 lai. in Piu-ii count v to matur.-t titiMiie f.-r :ui o, talih-M-il Iioi.m- M oM I'll. iH tiloi I,-. A j 5ir:iiuit, !: 1' I"- ' M'k!v.,l;,r ". !-. ! - 'tn--k o.;i"i, Sv.(iM. will' 1-"-( tl'Ti -t I Iron ti" ;iiiqi,;ut"Ti, Mot-y ,Hv;,n vd t ir"--n- spa Malta;' 3-W CaUon Building, Cihcuko. Y. T. HiiMibl'-ti ciii.e o r from Camden Vi u.n m! i to t jit ihi f ;u, J i:i;.ii del of !!, v.,-, k v.ith 1..H family. He ex;.. , to t out of iln v.hi-ky 1 -wurs f;t Camden, and is now leei e.,( iilii Mime ( x (( lleiit lin s ol lol tcco. - Lexing. tO!l PiO-li ;-H, The firm of CI, uido ILidson Co. h.'ive ivhb-d tl McCllIlough biiihbiig on the e.-4 tide, 1m.to they are moving their dry good.-.-, clothing and shoo depart rucnt.-s. Thi.5 will give them qeede 1 room required for increasing their stock. The present stand on the south side is retained for their hardware and grocery department?. Virgil Herriuof Wyy,n former student of Bunion Seminary, has been appointed to the position of electrician in the United States navy, H'atiaued at New York. Ho left for New York Saturday to take up his work. There is an urgent demand for young men in every branch of the naval service, and our young friend has a splendid opportunity to distinguish himself. CIRCUIT COUKT. The following proceedings were bad in the circuit court here this week: J. L. Soraers vs. G. E. Howe; dismissed.- D. G. Holland vs. Walter Hud son; dismissed at defendant's cost. C. M. M. Harris et als vs. W. G. Robinson; dismissed. Stale vs. Riley Yheatley; nolle prosequied on pay tag cost. State vs. Carl Arnold, tippling; fined 50 arid sent to jail for six months. State vs. Hugh Kirk, tippling; same as above. State vs. W. T. Prince, tippling; fined 50 and cost. State vs. Elmer Parsons; playing dice; nolle prosequied ou paying cost. State vs. Mart Hampton, play ing dice; same a3 above. State vs. Frank Plant; submitted and fined $50. State vs. Adam Garner; contin ued. All other cases were continued. Court adjourned on Wednesday afternoon. Yaoee, Warren County, Tenn. December 10, 1902. 'May providence smile on Dr. D. Garfinkle of Nashville, Tenn., who restored my sight by his Eye Rem edy. I wish it were possible to make all the people who are afflict ed with Granulated Eyelids and Sore Eyes understand what glo rious work Dr. D. Garfinkle's Eye Remedy is doing. My eyes have been sore for the last six years, and I suffered pain in both eyes day and night. I had several doctors to treat them, but both eyes got worse all the time, until I was not able to see my own children, or tell them apart, except by their voices, and all my money gave out, so I had given up to remain blind the balance of my lift?, but thank God for sending Dr. D. Garfiukle to our county, and by the use of only one bottle of his famous Eye Remedy my eyesight is restored, therefore I will never cease praying for thj doctor's prosperity. lours truly, Mrs. ULLIE ISewbi. CASTOR! A Tor Ln.fa2.t8 and Children. i Th3 Kind Yc fou Alv2s Z&A linrs tt.o S'$?