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VOL. XXVII, NO. iM.
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PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
J. J. Weal 1 1 i ly in houihw lint in
ilisjiohfd t li i w c L
M rn. S. I j. I'ft'l r ha 1 i inU
fcick for MVtial diij'h thin wk.
Deputy Coll. Hoi (1. W. Kuwiry
of Lexington v an lien on busiiH brf
svn' immv friends of T
u e ulad that
lie 1h able to be
jution in called lo 1 lie notice
of J'. inily Collector (J. W. K.s.sary
in a i fther coliiimi.
Mf I la Patl'md lias opened a
fitock of confections on tlie, Kouth
hide of court Mpiare.
A large delegation went from
litre to Jackson Tuesday to attend
tho farmers' institute.
' A Rood farm in the seventh dis
trict is offered for rent or tale, see
notice in another column.
Maj. McGill and daughter, Miss
Mary McGill, of Clarksburg have
been here on a visit to relatives.
W. li. Deasley and family of
Gleason were called here by the
death of his father, Tom Ueasley.
Dr. W. T. Hubbs, Judge W. T.
Morris and D. G, Hudson made a
flying trip to Nashville "Wednes
day. Miss Do.ie Fry of Coxburg is
spending tho week with her sister,
Mrs. E. L. Hudson. Mr. Fry was
A. W. Presson has moved to his
new home, tho Anderson place.
Henry Anderson has taken rooms
for a short time at Tom Tucker's.
llev. Mr. Beasley of East Ten
nessee will begin a meeting at the
conrt-houso tomorrow night week.
The meeting will continue indefi
nitely. County Clerk W. D. Cooper has
issued marriage licenses to II. M.
Matthews and Arie Sims, Henry
Bates and Florence Davis, J. D.
Boswell and Ada Hatley and Lee
Craig and Georgia Matthews.
Account of the Christmas holi
days the Nashville, Chattanooga
and St. Louis Railroad will sell
round trip tickets on December 23,
r 21, 25, 30 and 31 at one and one-
iniru iare, puis zo cents, ior me
round trip. Final limit January
The County Democratic Execu
tive Committee met here Monday
and appointed the officers, judges
and clerks of the primary election
to be held on the 19th instant. A
list of the same, together with the
i ) i wiilnn rr-v n--i 1 TWr 4 li 1 Yv m O TM7 Will
, VJ be found in another column.
Dr. D. Garfinkle of Nashville,
the eminent eye specialist, is at
the Bell House, and will remain
here until next Tuesday. Dr. Gar
'finkle has made some wonderful
cures, ana comet, highly recom
mended as a specialist in the treat
ment of the eye and its diseases.
Examination free, bee advertise
nient in another column.
Hettie Dudley, colored, met with
a thrilling experience last Monday
that will linger in her mind until
"the last day." To make a long
story short, she fell in the well at
Judge L. E. Davis' place, and it
required the assistance of several
neighbors to get her out again.
She is none the worse for her fall,
.though- the well is over 40 feet
6o different games all new
one in each package of
at yoar Grocer's.
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Kev. J. (J. (Mark, the presiding
elder, will hold jnarb rly confer
enceit l'ostonk beginning Satur
day, Dieeiuber 19, and at Camden
on Monday following. He will
pre'ich at Camden Sunday night.
At a stated meeting of Camden
Lodge No. 179, F. and A. Masons,
on .Saturday, December 5, 19011,
the following oil'icers w re elected
toserve for t lie next twelvemonths:
T. J. Lowry, worshipful master;
(May Hushing, senior warden; H.
E. Stigall, junior warden; D. J. Al
len, secretary ; L. E. Davis, treas
urer; II. It. ( am, senior deacon;
A. .1. Ftlev. innior deacon: W. M.
Cull and ,. JI. rresson, Stewarts;
T. W. Fairord, chaplain, and It. P.
CnfV and L. H. Presson. Stewarts:
OCT OK '11115 HACK.
Ex-Tvustee V. J. Barnes has
withdrawn from the race for the
Democratic nomination fortrustee.
This action of Mr. Barnes has been
anticipated by his friends for sev
eral days. Inasmuch as lie only
enieieu uie race a snori nine ago,
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hniid.he did lint, feel Iip tbiiH in
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wieuca wituwnsunu,; ,ue
people, Hence his Withdrawal last
In withdrawing from the race,
Sp . ' I
Mr. l)arnes was inspired by good
motives, and his action can not be
construed to mean anything more
than a desire to await a more op
portune time to go before the peo
ple. JNo man is held in higher es-
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Leem ua it u ii-ioneu, inurai, curis-
tian gentleman than Mr. JLiarnes,
and lie heartily appreciates the
courtesies and encouragement ex-
ended to him by friends all over
FROM CHESTNUT HILL.
Claude Deaton and family of
Liberty are visiting on Harmons
We are having a delightful fall
and vnnter. ihe weather coutin
ues cool and pleasant.
Miss Eva Irazier is preparing
to give a public entertainment at
the close of her school at the Far-
The withdrawal of W. J. Barnes
from the race for trustee leaves
the field to three candidates. Who
can pick the winner?
Uncle Joe Tiewater, who lived
in Flatwoods, died on Thursday
mormne: of last week. The burial
was at Flatwoods Cemetery. He
is survived by a wife and three
b;iu 4l,flc u. .
children, who have the sympathy
of the entire community.
Chestnut Hill, December 8.
Claude Melton of Sulphur Creek
visited Here bunday.
Next bunday is the regular day
tor services at I'latwoods.
Mrs. B. F. Davidson is some -
what indisposed this week.
Rev. J. F. Odle nreached an in-
terestincr sermon at Flatwoods last
Better lookout, boys. Christ-
mas is drawing near you know
what the girls will expect.
Joe Tiewater. who died on last
Thursday, had been sick several
months. He became despondent,
took morohine. which he secured
in some wav. and his death amcklv
followed. We extend svmnathv to
the bereaved wife and children
The interment took place Friday
at Ilatwoods Cemetery.
Way, December 8.
By agreement the Democratic
candidates for county offices have
arranged a few dates for BDeakmjrJ
Camden, ecember 7.
)u vider, December 9.
Iluiladay, December 19.
Coxburg', December 11.
Chalk Level, December li?.
Eva, Depember 14.
Faxon, December 15.
Knlop, December l(i.
Y'g .Smily, Depember 17.
Kirville, December IS.
ISpeakin; to be:in at 1 o'clock p. m.
The Ciirosicle and the weekly
Memphis Commercial Appeal, 1.
GREAT MAGNETIC HcALtfl.
Flank F. Wesby was born in
Cincinnati, Ohio, in lholl. Moved!
to Indianapolis, ind., in J fs J, and
learned the cooper trade. Worked
at it until 1SS0, when he discover-
en ne luiu iijo great gill ot mag
netic healing. He went to prac
II ll. i ' r . I
ticing, and has made some won
derful cures of all disean-H from
the start, but has kept it out of the
press, as he did not seek notoriety.
lb? has treated as high as i30 to 75
people a day.
He went to New Orleans, but
(lKl not practice on account of his
"t-auu. iiearingoi me worn i
fonm'by Frof. K. F. Keavet
Erin, Tenn., he decided to g(
Erin and 6ee Professor Ilea'
"faith. Hearing of the work per-
1' . J veaves ot
They then went to work together.
Professor Heaves has made some
wonderful cures in the last eight
months, and is still doing a great
While Professor Wesby hasbeen
in Camden he has made a number
of remarkable cures, some of which
testimonials as fol-
Tli i a is to certify tlmt I have liml the
m.y.hu.f the heart. After live treatments
h,v Prof. Frank F. Wesbv of New Orleans
was cure.l pound nii.l well. May luul
hless him mid may his nnn.1 work on
Mi it a Johnson.
This istooertify tliat I, KinmaO. Rush-
in)!;, will testify before tiod that after i'i of,
Frank if . W e.sby, the Kreut Ki'ted magnet
ie healer, placed his hand on my left eye
to remove the cataract which covers my
eyesight 1 could see tietter than 1 could
God bless him is mv prayer.
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WihiPBR- .1. W. liiiMl.iri.r. 1,i,rH llunlin
and JIcD. Xolan.
This is to ceitifv that I have been treat-
ed by Prof. Frank F. Wesby of New Or-
eans, mm alter me nrst ireaiment leiu
ueiter man l nave in iwo j ears. nai 10
have my clothes removed while dressing
and undressing. Have had the rheuma
tism ten years, and am sound and well.
In all 1 have taken six treatments.
This is to certify that I have had six
sew Orleans, and nm sound and well of
the paralysis in my arms, also a pain in
chest. May he go on in his good work
and may Ood bless him.
Mauy E. Ford.
This is to certify that I, "Wesley Jordan,
have been blind in one eye, and after one
treatment bv Prof. Frank VVeshv I could
see, and have been netting stronger and
hefcinS better after each treatment.
w- v J0RDAN
I1,118 19 to cer itytnat i Bprained my
i.vivnf VnnWF WprI.v liptbAKintr
of Pain. (Mrs.) Vknosa Harden.
This is to eertifv that I. L. P. Eme and
J- T. Johnson, saw and witnessed some
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I Holhngsworth of Benton County and he
was paralized from the knees down and
waa dead, and he put life in both les in
iQininutes and straichtened them as they
were contracted very badly. Also had
an abscess and pain for twelve months.
The pain was taken out in 30 minutes,
and he was asleep beforo the professor
got through. L. B. Erpk.
J. 1. JOHNSON.
Professor Wesby has letters
from all over the countv. and he
He also gives his wonderful absent
i.mflnt n-iuM, ha 4hQ t
na norcAnol trooUi
tva uuiuwuui iitutuiutfi
An persons who want to consult
y;m n d;PRpa A Bn TTa
will answer all letters, and will be
reasonable in his charges: The
nmf.conr vrl ramm-n h0rQ ntii
tjie jgt 0f January when he will
n in Now OrlPnnH who I.a w?ll
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January 1, 1901.
Tom Beasley died last Friday
about G o'clock p. m. at the home
of his son, B. J. Beasley, in South
Camden. His remains were given
burial at Old l rospect Cemetery,
near LggviUe,batnrday afternoon,
Rev. G. B. Greer omciating. The
remains were given all the honors
of the Masonic fraternity, as he
was an honored member of the or
Mr. Beasley's death was due
to cancer. He was born in Hum
phreys County, but came to this
county when quite young and for
years made his home on Dry Creek
lie was a good citizen, prominent
iuason and a Kind iamer. lie
survived by t-wo sons and three
daughters, to whom woextendcon
doler.ee and sympathy.
Tli Kind Von Ilav Always
turo ot'ClniH. II. Fletcher, and lias been inado under hi
Iterwonal Miporvlsioa lor over ,H years. Allow no own
to deceive you in thU. CoiinterreitM, Iiuitat loin and
Just-as-good" ar hut 1!eriiiiMits, and rndaiifrer tho
health of Children Kxncricnco agaiat Jlcrimciit.
What is CASTORIA
Castori;i Is a liarinles) suhstituto for Castor Oil, I'aro
troric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is IMeasant. It
contains neither Opitmi, Morphine nor other JSareotie
Mihstaiicc. Its aro is its guarantee. It destmvs Worms
and allays lVverishnesH. It cures Diarrlm a and AVind
Colic. It relieves Teethlnsr Troubles, oures Constipation
and riatuN'iiey. It assimilates Iho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and ISowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Fanacca Tho JMother's Friend,
Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought
Use For Over 30 Years.
TMl OCNTJkUR COMNV. TT MURRAY BTRCCT. NCW YORK CITY.
W. M. Farrar is making new im-
MiovtuicillB Ull HIS mate
Miss Ura lord is visiting her
sister, Mrs. 1 earl Uillord, at Lva
Ihe young folks enioved a sin"-
ju, at the home of T. L l arrar
A singing was given the young
folks at the home of II. A. Wafl'ord
M. C. Hubbs has completed his
is now living at home
Dallas Boswell and Miss Ada
Hatley were joined in the holy
bonds of wedlock.on last Sunday.
We join in congratulations and
best wishes for a long and happy
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Barker of
Holladay and Mr. and Mrs. T. F
Marlar of Brecheen were gussts of
Mrgi Sflrft p Utley la8tweek.
and Mrs. Marl ar left bunday for
Mississippi, where they will make
While cutting timber last week
Bishop was paintully hurt
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short time. In running to get out
of the wav ot a falling tree a bush
flew am Cllt tvo gashes in
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face. A physician was near
Uy ana aresseu ins wounus nmi no
j3 getting along reasonably well.
I TThcti TTnwxT TJopomliar S
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LET US 1IAVK YOUK OKDICK.
Hive you read it.' We mean
0l?r, ?eftt. c;lubbi,1S arrangement
with the Atlanta Constitution and
the oiuiny boutn.
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Lo it up on another page of
Tiie Chronicle, and let us have
yox.r order. The guessing contest
of the Constitution closes January
12, 1901. lou may wm the big
premium by subscribing now
TnE Chronicle wants an active
correspondent in every locality in
Benton County. AVnte to us for
circular letter of instructions, etc.
We want the news of the county.
J.J. Cole of Garfield moved to
Camden this week. There is al
ways room here for good citizens
like Mr. Cole, and we welcome the
family to our midst.
Bnn8. or Be"d us, yur Vs f
e ie.iai ierVsl' ailu wm puu"
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Wanted A few loads of stove
wood in exchange for subscription
to TnE Chronicle.
Don't fnil tn rpnd the adverlise.
rntinft ;n Tnv flTrr.nxTrT.u this
TnE Chronicle and the weekly
Memphis Commercial Appeal, -SI.
Itought lias homo tho siMi:i
F. Madrey of Eggville visited
D. J. Mcllae of Camden was in
this locality one day last week.
Mrs. Ida Byrn visited relatives
at Big Sandy the first of the week.
E. E. Fry and 11. D. McCord
were here last week shaking hands
with the boys.
A great mauy of our farmers are
taking advantage of the dry, cold
weather to slaughter their hogs.
George Garner and wife left last
week to visit relatives and friends
in the Indian Territory, and will
spend Christmas there.
Amou Baker returned from Mis
souri last week with a good case of
the measles. No doubt the disease
will spread all over the community.
A debating club was organized
at Baker's Chapel on last 1 nday
night. There was a good crowd
present at the organization. Tho
club will meet again next Friday
night. The question for debate is
"Resolved, that the United States
had a right to take up arms against
Spain." The entire community
should turn out Friday night.
Greenbrier, December 8.
All communications must be re
ceived at this office by Tuesday or
not later than Wednesday.
When in need of nice stationery,
send ns your orders.
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twcnt.V-tive yo.'irsto your life.
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