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Bloomer Girls vs0 Camdee here June 24
THE QAME WILL BE CALLED AT HITF1ELD PARK PROMPTLY AT 2 O'CLOCK THURSDAY -AFTERNOON Little Locals. Newton Nance of Garfield was in the city Tuesday. Alma Fry of Coiburg was" in Nashville Monday. II. L. Hayes of Jackson spent Sunday iu Camden. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holland spent Monday in Nashville. W. T. Morris spent, a few days iu Nashville this week. Ex-Register L. E .Goodwin has returned from a visit to relatives iu Humphreys County. E, G. Flowers of Ramble Creek was in the city, Tuesday. Miss Blanche Dtley has returned from a visit iu Memphis. John Hf Harper of Nashville is here on a visit to relatives. Clerk and Master G. M. Leslie was in Nashville yestercJay. Frauk Leslie is spending a few days at Holkday with relatives. The Chronicle and senai-weekly Globe-Democrat, $1.40 per year. W. E. McCullough spent Tues day and Wedaesday in Nashville. Rub-My-Tisus antiseptic, ano dyne kills pain, stops putrefaction Mrs. Lou M. Bryant has return ed from a visit to relatives at Lex ington. Mies Myrtle McRae is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Frank Woods, in Memphis. No. I timothy and No. 1 alfalfa hay at cost. See Caradeu Produce Company. George Galbreath of Postoak, who has been very sick, is rapidly improving. Cottage prayer services will be held this afternoon with Miss Min nie Lashlee. ' Miss Liliian McKinney of Mc ' Lemoresville is the guest of Miss Norine Maiden. Rev. O. A. Utley of Memphis visited relatives here the latter part of last week. Remember, the Bloomer Girls he here next Thursday. Come and see the game. Rev. O. C. W rather, Rev. F. B. Tnnp and Prof. S. J. Kina are in V VM-M Huntingdon this week. Julia, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jordan, is visiting relatives at MeKenzie. S. A. Byrn laid the first brick oa the new eburt house Monday, and the work, is progressing nicely. Miss Norma Lashlee, who has been teaching in Louisiana, is at home for the summer vacation. Sheriff J. C. Parker was in Dyer and Obiou Counties on official bus iness the latter part of last week Hardv O'Gninn has returned from Memphis and reports his brother, Enra O'Guiun, much iu proved. Ulmate Scruggs of Holladay, who has been attending sehoo here the past year, returned home Monday. Walter Lynch left Monday for Atlanta, Ga., where he will do guard duty at the federal prison near that city. The Camden Produce Co. is sell ing No. 1 timothy and No. 1 alfalfa at cost. Now is the time to supply yourfeelf with hay. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Haft Always Bought J Ex-Mayor S. L. Peeler left Sat nrday for Buffalo, N. Y., to at tend the annual, session of the Grand Lodge Knights of Honor, Enoch Harris, who is a guard at the State prison farm near Nash ville, whs here the -latter part of kst week.' Mrs. Harris accompa nied him on his return to work. Clarence Townsend of the U. S. Battleship Vermont stationed iu Eastern waters, who has been vis iting his parents iu Obion County, was here to see relatives the first of the week. Hon, Joe F. Odle and W. D. Cooper weut with their Sunday school class of boys for au outing on Tennessee River Wednesday. They carried lunch with them ami spent the day fishing. Miss Hallie Rushing of Nash ville, has been visiting relatives herp. returning ou Monday. Miss Rushing, who is a daughter of "Greasy Bob" Rushing of Big Sandy, is a teacher at the State In dustrial School. "The .Star Bloomer Girls," ball team of young ladies from down East who are touring the country, will be in Camden June 24 for a game with the local team. Tell it to your friends, and let's give them a good crowd Thursday. Ice cream and sherbet will be served on high school campus next Thursday evening by the ladies of the local department of the Wom an's Missonary Society, the pro ceeds to be used forchurch. Good music will be a feature of the even ing. Everybody invited to souie. COXBURG. Claude Goshorn of Dickson is visiting in this community. R. M. White of Holladay has been visiting relatives near here W. D. Johnson and wife visited 'riends here the first of the week Several from here attended the concert at Dry Branch Saturday evening. G. C. Conley of Holladay was here on business the latter part of last week.' . Sunday school has been organ ized at Green Hill. Let all come out .and take part We are sorry to learn that Tom Hatley, sr., who has been sick for some time, is no better. J. W, Byrd, better known as Jim, was seen going toward Baker villelast Friday with his hat in his hand puffing like a double header. Upon inquiry as to his haste, the only response that could be elicited was, "Its a girl and weighs nine pounds." It developed upon fur ther inquiry that Mrs. Byrd, who who is with her parents in Baker ville, had been presented by the stork with a fine babv Cirl. Don t blame you for the hurry, Jim. COLESBURG. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mitchell spen the week-end here. . We are glad to report that Ben Earp is improving. Henry Brown and H. U. Cole were in Camden Friday. Ben Earn and Lon Wilbauks went to Camden Friday. . Bud Moore and family spent the sabbath with A. 0. Medliu. , Lon Wilbauks and son spent las Saturday with A. O. Medlin. Green Smith spent the week-euc end with Mrs. Adaline Smith. Walter Smith and Grover Cole spent one day last week with Wyly Parker. . - Best wishes to The Chronicle E. II. Harris spent the sabbath with L. A. Robinson. Farm work is progressing rapid ly in this community. Sewell Brown was a gtiest of Will Peacock Sunday. Henry Brown made a business trip to Camdeu Friday. - Rev. W. J. Barnes will preach here Suuday at -3 o'clock. Morris Uatley of Green Hill was here the first of the week. Melton Hatley and brother spent Suuday with Henry Brown. II, U. Cole and Price Oxford were in Holladay Saturday, II, U. Cole spent Friday with houaefolks near Ceuter Hill. Aaron Hyatt spent Saturday af ternoon with Henry Brown. Mrs. Mint Harris visited Mrs. N J. Brown one day last week. Rev. G. M. King filled his regu- ar appointment here Sunday, Mrs. Bee Oxford visited Mrs. T. . Earp a short while last week. Miss Tola Pierce and sister .were week-end visitors of Miss Dora Iarris. Misses Iva and Ava Barnes spent a few days laet week with Mrs. P. French. Mrs. Mint Harris, whose dwell ing was destroyed by fire last fall, has rebuilt;. Mrs. John Craig of Eagle Creek is visitiug her mother, Mrs. Jennie Kirk, this week. COWELL'S CHAPEL. Mrs. W. C. Branch of Cypress is visiting relatives here. Calvin Hicks and family of lule- wild( spent the week-end here. James Greer and family visited .John Harrison the lirst ot the week. Aunt Chloe Hicks of Pea Ridge, who has a bad case of neuralgia, is improving. . Mrs, Mattie Bridges and son and daughter, Allen andCona May, vis ited in the "Squirrel eaten corner last week. The good women of this neigh borhood have undertaken to clean off the Cowell'e Chapel Cemetery, and not a man on the ground. Did you ever hear anything like? We predict that it will be well done. No. 6G6 will cure chills and fever. It is the most speedy remedy we know. , TRUSTEE'S TAX SALE ivT.win ; .Tnlv (Rth flrtv" 1915 at the court house door in Camden, Benton County Tenuessee I will offer for public sale all the real estate belonging to delinquent tax payers for the year, 1914. The following is a list of such delinquents. The district, boundaries, number of acreein each tract aud the amount of taxes due is as NAME Hendersou, G (c) Hatley, D W Flowers, W. L, Norwood, M. W. Strickland, G(c) Simou, Frank (c) Siinon, Sam (c) Wheatley heirs Nichols, Jim Wheatley, J T Doty, W S Doty. W S Eldridge, W R Watkius, Gip Lynch, Allen ,Lot in Big Sandy. - There will be penalty, interest and cost of advertising addeu to these amounts due, and if said safe is not completed on'said first Monday in July, next, the same will continue from day to day until coir- pletetf. Sale wjllbe between the hours of 10 a. m. aud 4 p, m. W. S. CORBITT, Trustee MEETING, The third .quarterly conference for the Big Sandy charge of the M. E. Church will be held at Mc Rae's Chapel Saturday and Sunday June 2G-27. Rev. Virgil Patford, district superintendent, will preach Friday night, Juue;25, and preside at all sessions. The following is something of the program.: Saturday 10 . in. Devotions, led by, pastor, Rev. J, N. Fanner. 10.30 Reasons why the officials should attend the sessions of the quarterly conference, J. L. Holland and J, N. Farmer, 15 minutes each. llWhat; -does the church on this charge expect of us laymen aud officials, and cau it depend on us? E. II. Dowdy aud Ira Pressou. 11.30 Address, district superin tendent. Nooa 'Dinner on the ground, served by the ladies of the church and community. 1.50 p. m. What tire some of the benefits of the Sunday school to the church and community, Mrs. Clara Dowdy and J. N. Farmer. 2 How can we make the Sunday school more interesting aud profit able, Claud Melton, F. H. Bellamy. 2 30 The Methodist forward movement, district superintendent.. 3 Business session. The usual quarterly meeting ser vices on Suuday. All the officials of the entire charge are urged to be present aud everybody cordially invited. Very truly, Virgil Pa-fjord, District Superintendent'. J. N. Farmer, Pastor. The peoples' gaob j Trust Co. Has compiled this suggestive statement for your consideration: Lite's Leiger 1914. Income. .... . ... All Spen Funds for Sickness. ..... None Funds for Accidents None Funds for Old Age '. .None f tie peoples'. Bank H f pest Eo. Tour accounts will be carefully kept to your entire sat- isfactiou. Let us prove to you our interest iu your bueiuees. L.E.Davis, , J. M. Lockiiart, . -G.iB.Iira, President Cashier Wice President follows: DISTRICT ACHES NOUTU SOUTH First 25 Odle 1 Mai in First .100 Hatley Conley Second 112 Barnes Ellis Fourth 90 Norwood ' Webb Fifth " 3 McAuley ' Morris Fifth 1 Silas ' Strickland Fifth 1 Tharp Simon Seventh M5 Wheatley Allen Eighth 35 Wilson Herriu Eighth Hartley McRae Ninth . 109 Leegan Pierce Ninth 12 Dortch Barnes Ninth 45 Christopher Merrell Niuth 38 Wade Harris Eleventh 120 Simon Barnes WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEM PERANCE UNION. The W. C. T. V. will meet with Mrs. R. D. McCord Monday, June 21, at 2.30 p. m. N Sc r i p t u re lesso n , .Palnr.;21 . Discussion, "'! he need Riid vah;e ef home training.7' Leaflet, ""Beginning of bodily education," Mrs. A. S. Justice. ""Root beer a snare and a delu sion, Mrs. llobert Florence. ..Current even la from -the Union Signal. Torn Morris was today appointed chief olerk to Commissioner of Ag riculture Bryson. Mr. Morris k the assistant Cushier of the 'First National Bank of dauaden aud , citizen of that place. -He wac chief clerk to Commissioner of Ag riculture John Thompson for twey ahd a -half years, nd resigned. devote-himself to his private busi ness, being succeeded by James B. Tolliver of Lebanon. . Mr. Morris will assume his duties nest Mon day, succeeding T. -G. Settle whe has filled the position -for Tour years under Commissioner Peck. Nashville Banner. Elsewhere iu this issue of Tke Chronicle will be fcuud an article from the Paris Business Meri'a Club seut to Mayor T. J. Jjowry in regard to the organisation of coop erative rural credit associations, State-wide movement. We would like to have comments from some of our leading citizens on the prop osition suggested. No.OGO will cure malariaor bill ions fever. It kills the ge jaw. Life's Led-Gek 1915. 'Resolved, I will -turn -over uew leaf and deposit a portion of my income each mouth of 1915 a' savings account with EAST WEST VALUE TAX Kit Malin $100 $1.25 Matlock E00 3.75 Nowell 1 500 : 8.25" Webb 100 ; 3.25 Perkins 50: 2G2 Pate , ' 20' .25 Simon 30: 237$ Farmer 150 . l.S7 Holland ; -50 "2621 Jones e50 6.37 Pierce 200 2M Pierce Evans ' , '600 9 5(T Wade 100 .1.25 Hatley 800 12 08 Mai in Maliti Barnes Norwood Simou Donloe Tharp Berry G raham Hicks Pierce Schouing Christoph' Harris Cravins Biesauue of and its many readers.