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7T A ii - 1 . 4 1. -s y j. VOL. XX VI I. N:. 17. c.Ainr.x. ti:nm :ss r.r.. )(,rroi!i:k' nioa --- I -f 9 I! n ! w LOW PRICE GOODS LOW PRICE G 1 Vi i! ;! i! ! II V 1 .-. w- wi. "T I AND Barter Store LOW PRICE GOODS PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS. Hon. J. A. Clement of Dickson ij3 here this week. vMrs. Alva Johnson is recovering from her recent illness. J. A. Allen has returned to his school near Manleyville. J. J. Cole of Garfield was in the city on business Tuesday. 4 D. J. Mcltae and sen, Carl, vis- ':Hpfl nf Tiio- Knndw Rnfnrdnv. ?!. ni i t. ; ...si 1 l V Wednesday from Union CitjT. Aliie V. Bowles and S. M. Nai , ' fell were at Dig Sandy Sunday. Mrs. J. G. Presson and children visited in the country last week. Newt Bowles of Big Sandy w as herrcu a visit to relatives Monday. ikm. A. N. Biveus and child have joined lierhuaband atlluntingdon. Frank Plant was released from jail last week, having served out his sentence. . T. W. Redick, charged witl as ferU, mad-3 bond and was released fruJi jail Tuesday. 1'rof. S. A. Clement of Plant at tended the teachers' association hero. last Saturday. Arco Robinson of Buena Vista wa.3 here Saturday to attend the teacl'u-s' association. Ciity Clerk and . Mrs. W. D. Cooper are epcuing a few days in the ninth district with, relatives. After spending about twoweks with homefolks, CTrl McRae has returned to his duties in the post office at Memphis. V-Xv. E. N. Parish of Greenville, fV and Mrs. W. 0. Haley of Ad 11 le are guests of Rev. and . "ra-s. J. M. Pickens. ." Superintendent McD. Neal of Huntingdon "delivered an address before the teachers' association last Saturday, which was highly appreciated. Mrs. Boswell, wife of Lon Bos well f Eva, died Saturday night. Th-'iterment took place at Chalk UiU. i Monday. The deceased was aivOied wife and kind mother, and her loss is a keen one to the bereaved husband and children, to whom we extend sympathy. iu-fcr Infants and Children. 'Tfc9 Kind Yen ikvs Always Boht WH WANT TO THANK OUR CUSTOMERS rn- 'ii !r very libe.-nl patronage during th jnst yen r, FMvin g thrt onr ca-.li nn-l 1mr1 r licl ha'-, far c-r'cl'tl tln prffctlin; ycnrs, nurl w k you lo coni ih'i with Uri as you liav anl '.vt will Huh H'n en ( Iht you porno of Hie Im'I liP.rriM-f in CLOTHING, HATS, SilOLS AND UNDEinVLAlt 1'ir.t you 1 1 n vp seen la-ly. IVlow wo ivo you fqtup ("mures that looks liko it, it iid you will sny f o, loo. OUK DAKGAIN COUNTEH is full of 'c2 niul !i'2.G0 8 hoes for $1 per pair. Como quick. Good Drop Head Sowing Ilacliinc for S 1 1.75. Good New i:iL,in (7-jewcl) Watch, for SG.oO. Solid Gold Ring, from $1 to 1.C0 guaranteed. Vulcan and Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs. AVe Tay Cash tor Gr.nr.N and Dhy Uivt.a. "Vp have two hoi: -es brim-full of goods, and if we can not suit yon it ia your privilege to look eli-ewht re, but we take plearnre in showing yon our line nnd then let yon J. F. Naifeh h spending a few days at Hickman, Ivy., this week. Mrs. Kir by Dowry and children of Hollow Rock returned home Sunday. Will Thompson and family of Cowell's Chapel moved to Dickson this week. Mrs. R. D. McCord has returned from a visit to friends and rela tives at Holladay. Mrs. J. Arnold and Miss Pearl Arnold have returned from a visit to relatives at Clydeton. Mrs. Warner Stem and child of Trenton are guestsof Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stem this week, Mrs. Con Hudson and daughter, Mrs. Lattie Harris, of Oklahoma are here on a visit t relatives. Hon. Tom C. Rye and family of Paris spent a few days here with relatives end friends last week. Elder J. W. Waters will deliver a lecture at the MeUiodist Church on Thursday evening, November 5. Eis subject will bo "The Woman That God Made." Everybody is cordially invited. The little child of Charles Swift, colored, was burned so badly last Saturday it died in a few hours. It was heating water at nn open fire place and ita dress caught from the blaze of the tire We inadvertently failed to men tion last week the marriage on tin 9th instant, by Justice N. P. Lash lee, in the tenth district,-of Ernest Berry and Miaa Bulah Holland. It waa a runaway match, the bride being only about thirteen years of age, we understand. There was a good attendance at the teachers' association Saturday, and an interesting session was had. Important business prevented the State superintendent from being here, which caused keen disap poiutment. The next meeting of the association will bo held at Big Sandy. The J oh n H. Sparks show comes highly recommended for being a clean, up-to-date show, allowingno gambling or games of chance on the grounds. This show will ex hibit at Camden October GO. Wanted-200,000 axe handles. See T. 3. Throgmorton at Cumden depot. The property on the northwest corner of court square is offered for Kale. See notice to that t;fcct. be, the judge. STIGAI.lv a FROM CLDAR UROVE. Some of our farmers ire i .Irillim wheat. J. D. Dlraoro spent Sanday.with relatives at Vale. G. C. Camp has returned from a trip to Nashville, j Sol Bain of Wylt vitited rela tives here Sunday, j Stevenson Muzrell of Hollow Rock was hero Saturday. J. W. Hastings of Big Sandy was here on business Satin-dry. Rev. G. W. Florenro v-ill Tvrpnrl) Lfc Pleaflant IIiU Saturday night. Miss Minnie Lynch of Martin visited the family of J. B. Nance last week. , Mieseo Mintie and Georgia Gal breath of Oakdale visited friends hero Sunday. Mrs. W. F. McGill was called to Big Sandy by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Louis Rushing. Cedat. Gkotiz, October 20. The Continental Plant Company of Kittrell, N. C, are the largest shippers of sl:awberry plants in the world. All desiring io grow this luscious f rait should write for their fall catalogue. They offer also all kinds of fruit trees. See their advertisement. A. N. Lindeoy of Big Sandy was deputized to take .the prisoners, Adam Garner and Hugh and Wal ter Kirk to Nashville, and he turn ed them over to the warden cf the Stale penitentiary Monday. THE LADIES Are invited to call at my home and see my new line of J STYLISH HATS J for ladies and children. VJq confidently believe that we can please you. J Mrs. S.J.Travis J i. Q I Pn!l find Hints? I I nnummi ' I t him mu A b W Z, . V S11G; PO LOW POTTS. T 8AV1S VOLK MNKrfr COKX. Tiin tort Tl.irty l"ar of Katli Variety for the World's lair. Editor Tun Ciikoniclk: Teimesreo can make one of the finest corn exhibits that will be seen at the St. Louis World's Fair. We want every county in the State represented in it. We want 30 ears in tho shuck of each variety for the Tennessee ex hibit. Pull the shuck back and see that tho ears are all right and then pu1! the shuck over the corn again. Ask the farmers of your county to get it ready now. A wll pad ded box should bo attached to the hind cud-gato of tho wagon, and every promising ear thrown in it. Later these ears should be culled and 30 of tho finest selected for tho exhibit. The name of the grower and his postoffice address will rppear on the exhibit. Ask every one who will furnish the corn for an exhibit to notify you or write directly to B. A. Enloe, Secretary and Director Exhibits, . simile, Tenn. P.S. S hipping nstructions will be furnished later. John H. Sparks' Old Reliable Virginia Shows arrived last night and are located on tho athletic field east of the Chair Factory. The usual crowd gathered to Fee the elephant walk down the plank from the car. Tho immense lion, "Romeo," weighing 90G pounds, ia truly the "king of beasts." Mr. Sparks ia a gentleman and will no doubt give the people all he prom ises, says tho Corry, Pa., Evening Journal, July 31, 1902. Will ex hibit at Camden October 30. A good farm in the twelfth civil district will be sold at a bargain. See notice in another column. Miss Bertha Madden, daughter of John Madden of Liberty, diet Monday night, after an illness of several weeks. She was a most es timable young lady and had many friends who are grieved because of her loss. We join in extending condolenco to tho bereaved family The public school closed Tues dayKand Professor Deen will go elsewhere, we understand. Mis3 Ivey will teach the city school. Bring or send us your news o general inter ; t, p.r.d we will pub lish it with r ! , Lea AND 0. Barter Store PRICE GOODS -'J PROCEEDINGS OF COURT. Following cro the proceedings of circuit court, held at Camden last week: 4 II. C. Pafford, tippling; rubmit lod; fined 50 and cost and sen tenced to six months' ecu'-ineuGut in tho county fail. H. C. Tafford, tippling three cases); nolled prosequied. Adam Gainer, abduction and concubinage; tried by jury and sentenced to tho penitentiary for ten 3'ears. Application for new trial overruled. Hugh and Walter Kirk, abduc tion and assault with attempt to commit rape ; trial by jury ; def and ants plead guilty, and each given a sentence of threa year3 in tho penitentiary. Felix Harber, carrying pistol; ! submitted aud fined $50 and cost. Failing to secure same, defendant was sent to th county jail. E. D. Hatley, T. M. Johnson, E. M. Hatley, Joo Bledsoe, Thomaa and Horace Henry, Bud Hiusou, Tom Crowell and Henry Birming ham, crap shooting; submitted and each fined SI and cost. Evansville Grain Co. V3. Jack Wesson, deceased, forfeiture on bond; scifa ordered a; to adminis- rator to show cause why judgment should not bo m ado final at next term of the court. T. W. Redick, assault; continued. D. C. Alsup and wife vs. S. W. W. Leegan, appeal; judgment for defendant. W. F. Wheatley vs. F. P. Whaat- ley, appeal; compromised. J. L. Hudson, trustee vs. Plux- nas Spires, replevin: judgment for plaintiff for cow. D. J. Allen, appeal; judgment o: J. P. quashed and defendant dis charged. W. May Brevard vs. W. C. Har ris et als.; judgment for plaintiff for 8200 and cost. The following cases continued: A. E. Vickrey vs. C. A. King et als; National Fertilizer Co. vs. Cain Bros., tho Zone Oil Co. vs. J. E. Hudson, Stato for use of mayor &nd aldermen of Camden vs. T. II. Batemau, State for use cf mayor and aldermen of Big Sandy vs. R. L. Nance, J. F. Dowdy and W, S. Hay burn, Dolan vs. Wyly, L. R. Watson vs. Ben Harnett, W. C. B Lewis vs. C. C. Mitchell, W.AZ. iHubbs vs. C. C. Mitckvll.