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LOW PRICE GOODS
LOW PRICE GOODS
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LOW PRICE GOODS
PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
, "Arch Townseud came in town
Tuesday.
Pet Fry is visiting nt Coxburg
this week.
Walter Corbitt is moving to the
Grim place.
y Mrs. J. G. Robins is in Nash
ville this week.
s
)f J. C. Rushing of Wyly was in
; V' jcity Tuesday.
' Dick Odle was down from Cox-
burg last Friday.
J. A. Clement of Dickson was
in town this week.
O. A. Utley went to Nashville
the.irst of the week.
V. Ayres was in Jackson
Monday and Tuesday.
A, W. Presson returned horns
from Memphis Sunday.
11. L. Bridges of Nashville was
lipje the first of the week.
Vkra. Mary Yarbrough is visiting
relatives at Iluntsville, Ala.
Mrs. Mollie Clement spent Sun
day with relatives at Dickson.
J. F. Beaton . came down Tues
day from Nashville on business.
Yf. A. Yarbrough and T. II.
Balenian were at Jackson Satur
day.
Miss Noma Ilallowell' of' Dal
gliren, 111., is visiting Mrs. Jesse
Hall.
v Rev. E. Nunnery of Jackson fill-
,Jt'i).iis regular appointments here
At May.
,se Hall, who has been travel
r'"f '& for a St. Louis grocery com-
pany, win ibsuuib 1113 yiao ni hid
store of Lashlee & Hall.
revv
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A FREE game inside
each package of
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nnra n"ffauunn
illbOiitit
(iO dirTcrcnt games.
WE WANT TO THANK
OUR CUS TOMERS
I'm- tln ir vt-ry liberal patronage (luring the past yenr, pnyitnr that our rnsh
and hurb-r 1 rml luisj'iir exceeded the preceding years, nud we nk you to
continue with ua h h yorMmve nnd we will thin mm)ii offer you Home of the
U'wr bargains in
CLOTHING, 1 1 ATS, SHOES AND I'NDEUWEAK
Unit you have st-on lately. B.dow we give you sonic figures that looks lilo
it, and you will sny ho, too.
OUH BARGAIN COUNTER
is full of "2 ami $2.f0 Shoos for SI per jni r. Corno quick.
Good Drop Head Sewing Machine for 14.75.
Good New Elgin (7-jewel) Watch, for 0.50. Solid Gold King, from 1 to
$1..j0-guaranteed. Vulcan and Oliver Chilled Plows nnd Repairs.
We Ray Cash run Green and Duy Hides.
We have two houses brim-full of goods, nnd if we can not suit you it is
your privilege to look elsewhere, but we take pleasure in showing jon our
line and then let you be the judge.
STIGALL & POTTS.
Arch Ilollingsworth closed his
echool at Eva last week, and has
returned home.
Lem Thompson and Martin
Branch will open a grocery at the
depot next week.
F. E. Stanley of Nashville was
the guest of Alvin Lashlee Satur
day and Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Vickreyand children
went to Huntingdon Saturday on
a visit to relatives.
Tom E. Tucker and family vis
ited at Huntingdon Sunday, re
turning home Monday.
Mrs. Lee Ilargis and children
left last Saturday to join her hus
band at Jackson, where the family
will reside.
D. J. McRae, It. G. Hudson, II.
A. Caraway and J. V. Travis went
to Jackson Sunday to attend the
federal court.
Will some of our subscribers
supply us with a copy of The
CmiONiCLE of September 11. We
need it at once,
County Clerk AY. 1). Cooper has
issued marriage licenses to Ernest
Berry and Bulah Holland, Walter
Weatherly and Tennie Robins, J
T. Elmore and Lula Ballard, J. J
Tyner and P. E. Davidson, Irving
Lewis and Kate Johnson, Robert
Mitchell and Eveline Hollings
worth. The leading stories of the No
vember Olympian are "Old Man
son's Sin," a Hawaiian tale, by
Joseph A. Altsheler, the well known
novelist; "The Story of the Inno
cents," an excellent negro sketch,
by Anne McQuee; "Idaho Ike,"
border story, by Frank N. Strat-
ton, and "Parson Anse of Pigeon
Creek," a Kentucky mountain
story, by Clifford Smyth.
LEWIS-JOHNSON.
Mr. Irving Lewis and Miss Kate
Johnson were married at 2 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of the bride's mother, Rev. J. M.
Pickens officiating. The groom is
the son of Thomas Lewis and is a
very estimable young man. The
bride is eldest daughter of Mrs.
Cora Johnson, and is a charming
and popular young lady. The
happy ccuple left at once for the
homo of Mr. Lewis's father, where
they will spend a few days. The
CniiONiCLK joins in wishing thrni
a Ln ; y ; : 1 ' - : : .. u. Hie.
RIVER SERVICE.
site.
St. I.ouln and Tonm'sHce IUver 1'ackrt
Company's U. S. Mail Steamers.
St. Louis aiul TemicsHee River racket
Company's U. 8. Mail and Express
oteainer Shiloli, tri-weekly accommoda
tion packet, making all If. S. Mail and
principal way landings between Danville
and Savannah, leaves Danville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morn
ing at 4.00, after arrival of L. & N. train
from Evansville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
etc.: leaves Johnsonville at 7o0 a. in."
same days, after arrival of the Dixie Fly
er from Chicago, St. Louis, Cairo, etc.,
makinggood connections with trains from
Nashville, Tenn., and the southeast,
leaving Teiryville at 12.1)0 p. m. same
days connecting with trains from Lex
ington, Jackson, Memphis, etc., arriving
at Savannah, Tenn., about 7.30 p. in.
same days. Down stream leaves Savan
nah every Monday and Friday at G.oO a.
in. making all mail and principal way
landings, arriving at Terryville 12. o0
same days, Johnsonville 5.00 p. ra. mak
ing close connections for Nashville and
at Danville 7.150 p. m.
For lurther information address S. G
Smith, clerk, Danville, Tenn.
This company also operates first-class
freight and passenger steamers from St
Louis, Mo., and Paducah, Ky., for all
landings on the Mississippi, Ohio and
Tennessee Rivers, through to Florence,
Ala. Rackets leave St. Louis wharf boat
foot of Pine street, Wednesday and Sat
urday at 5.00 p. m., aud from the wharf
loat foot of R road way, Raducali, Ky
Wednesday and Saturday at 5.00 p. m
giving through rates from river landings
to all points in the United States.
JNO. E. MASSKNGALE,
Trallic Manager, St. Louis, Mo.
S. K. HALE,
General Freight Agent, Raduoah, Ky.
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THE LADIES
Are invited to call at my
home and see my new
line of
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ornr r 1 G 1 1 ir A rpci
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for ladies and children. f
We confidently believe f
that we can please you.
J Mrs. S.J.Travis J
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LOW
SAVK VOtlt flNliST I'OKX.
Wanted Thirty Earn of Kucli Variety for
the World's Fair.
Kditor Tick Ciiuo.nici.k:
Tennessee can make oik; of the
finest corn exhibits that will bo
seen at the St. Louis World's Fair.
We want every county in the State
represented in it.
We want 30 ears in the shuck of
each variety for the Tennessee ex
hibit. Pull the shuck back and see
that the ears are all right and then
pull the shuck over the corn again.
Ask the farmers of your county
to get it ready now. A well pad
ded box should be attached to the
hind end-gate of the wagon, and
every promising ear thrown in it.
Later these ears should be culled
aud 30 of the finest selected for
the exhibit. The name of the
grower and his postoffice address
will appear on the exhibit. Ask
every ono who w ill furnish the corn
for an exhibit to notify you or write
directly to B. A. Enloe,
Secretary and Director Exhibits,
Nashville, Tenn.
P.S. Shipping instructions will
be furnished later.
A good farm in the twelfth civil
district will be sold at a bargain.
See notice in another column.
The Continental Plant Company
of Kittrell, N. C, are the largest
shippers of strawberry plants in
the world. All desiring to grow
this luscious fruit should write for
their fall catalogue. They oiFer
also all kinds of fruit trees. See
their advertisement.
Wanted 200,000 axe handles.
See T. J. Throgmorton at Camden
depot.
Prof. W. G. Deen has gone to
Loertown. Miss., where he will
teach school. His family will re
main here for the present.
A large crowd went to Paris
Wednesday to attend Wallace's
show.
Don't fail to read the advertise
ments in The Ciihonicle this
week.
The property on the northwest
corner of court square is offered
for salo. See notice to that effect.
Bring or stud us your news of
geueral ini i '.-.ml we will pub-
Uish it viti:
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Barter Store
PRICE GOODS
FROM CIG SANDY.
lli 'iilar eorrt'spoinli'in'e
We will have our rural free de
livery next Monday, November 2.
Miss Mollie Hushing is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cantrell this
week.
The protracted meeting at the
Methodist Church has closed, and
the meeting at the Presbyterian
Church commenced Sunday.
The house of T. AV. 'Floyd, at
Itamble Creek, was burned Sunday
night. The fumily went to a neigh
bors after supper; in a short time
the fire was discovered; when they
reached the house, it was falling
in. The only things saved were a
bed and pair of pants containing
some money. Everything was a
total loss.
We have a splendid school here
under the efficient management of
Professors Miller and C ingles. It
is certainly the best school this
town has ever had. The citizens
appreciate it and show their ap
preciation by their hearty cooper
ation. There are 130 now in at
tendance and many from all over
the county expect to become stu
dents before and after the holi
days. We predict a school next
winter which will be a credit to
our town, as well as the ambitious
young men at tho head. We can
recommend it to any one.
Big Sandy, October 27.
FROM CEDAR GROVE.
Kcpilar correspondence.
Ollie Nance is improving wo are
glad to learn.
Charley Troutman of Big Sandy
was here last week.
Mr. and Mis. Sterrell Floyd vis
ited relatives and friends here last
week.
Allen Elmore worked at Saw
yers' Mill last week on the rail
road. J. F. Smothers spent Sunday
with his daughter, Mrs. G. II.
Watson.
Mrs. M. A. Broughton and son,
Tommie, spent Sunday at Liberty
with relatives.
Cedar Gr.ovE, October 27.
XjJ s-'i K.J
I UHfH
xcr, Infants a::d Children.
Tn3 Kind Yen Have Alvs Bought
Be;

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