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nt'MNKSS AN NOl Nl'KMKSTi
Tlif sntiHcrlitlnn ili'i cf Tur ("iihonih.k Is
f I (Hi per eai ; r,ci n-iid fi in. mills; 'J.". i-ut i
lor three iimul lis, winch tn(tiu'lv limit lie paid
In Hl v m in". All hiiln liWinni will lie i oiiipt ly
Hloppcil at I'Xpll ill loll 111 t. Ill (mill for,
Mat Hill y ami Niiml.'ir notice will lit- eli!ii-j,'eil for
lt tin- mil' of 3 itiiM per i n. We will furnish
rates loi display ami local advei tlsinu on Hli(-a-(km,.
New.eoniiiiimlet loin aim. RrlictfHoti fiifHtionai
Cif pulilli" inti-iest me solicllfil, lint we assume no
responsibility for tlii expression ciintaiiiiMl hi nil
Blir.'l CiiiiiiiiiiiiIimIIihih hikI articles published.
lti'iinttiinees run lie made In vhi ioiii wii that
re pri lertly N.ilr. tut all remittances sent are at
risk n the sender.
All i imiii 1 1 iiin-i- ami business riinitnnnlr:itlnis
Blionl.t he sent lo 1KAVIS liliOS..
'J elephone 'ju, ('uniilrn, Tcnn.
Miss Venlie 1'ull'uril is sick this week.
1'.. 1. Lashlcu is on the hick libt tin's
Mm. N. P. Lashlro h on the sick liVt
MicH Mull it! O'Ouina is recovering from
an attack o( chills.
Miss Mamie Farrar in visiting relatives
anil fr'nmds at Dickson.
U'. J. M. Pickens failed to fill Lis ap
pointment liere Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Jesse (Jalbreath are vis
iting in the Pontoak community.
" i if k invr i Tiir ni Ai'i.si."
No1 limr rlH'ap, luit how t'ooil, K tin1 (iii'st luii.
'1 lie Tu ii r a ri k Kt piit'lio li nut hs i li.'ii p at
at t Millie So ciilril new sp.iprr. l'.ilt !t is as (heap
us it is possible to n il a (li it class iicw spapri . It
prints all Hie news that is win III pi liiMn. If yoil
i rail it Ihe year round, yon Hie posted on all the
Important itml liifei i st 1 1 1 ST Uriahs of the woild.
It Is the tn-st and the most reliable newspaper
that money and tiraiiis ran produce -and tlio.e
HliouUl Ik the illst Iniilshinj; traits (if the, new s
paper that Is deigned to be. read by all members
uf the family,
Subscription price, $1 a year. Any newsdealer,
newsp;iH-r or jioslmaster will receive your sub
scription, or you may mail It direct to
St. Louis, Mo.
Fill DAY, JULY 18, 1902.
For advertisements under this lirait our prices
are rasii in mivanre.
Having sii);;rest"d the Insolvency of the estate
of J. Monroe llatley, deceased, to (1. W. fJreer,
l lerk of the County Court of l'-entoii County,
Tennessee, I therefore, In pursuance to an order
lie I T AtuWami r,f 1 1 nnt incilnn in made b, s;ild Clerk, hereby notify all persons
. .. .. . ft
here this week doinx some dental work.
I.KSI.l K We are authorized to announce Mr.
CnxiiiK M. 1. usi, ik. us a candidate for election
lo the otlice of Representative In the (lenerul
Assembly of 'leimessee from the twenty-first
Iloterial district composed of the counties of
Kenton and Decatur, subject to the will of the
j 'emocruuc party.
P.ethlehem and Flatwoods crossed bats
on the latter's yard Ja.st Saturday. The
score was 2(i to 12 in favor of Bethlehem.
G. V. and Frank Galhreath and a
number of others from Postoak were
visit inij in this community and fishing
on Tennessee Itiver last week.
Bethlehem, July 14.
having claims against the estate of the said J.
Monroe llatley, deceased, to file the same with
said Clerk, authenticated us prescribed by law,
on or before the 1st day of November, luir.1. for
prorata or they will be forever baried both In
law and equity.
This June W2.
W. F. HAUKISCN,
S. L. I'kpxf.h, Attorney.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
rOK COUNTY JLIGE.
Florence H. .Tones vs. Henry J. Jones In the
Chancery Court at Camden, Tennessee.
Di this cause it appearing from the bill, which
la au'itf li te tlifit lli.iirv .1 .Imu.a ia a lwtn ,1'i.r. i
u. iuorna ia repurieu uu uie biuk. dcJ)t of the state; ,ie is therefore, hereby re-
DAVIS We are authorized to announce L.
h. Davis as a candidate for m-election to the
oluce of County Judge of lieiiton Coimty. Klee-
lion in August.
WVATT We are authorized to announce W
K. Wvatt as a candidate for election to the
tnice of Register of Benton County. Election
JAS. 1J. FUAZIER, of Hamilton.
JOHN K. K1IJEUW, of Hamilton.
JOHN S. WILKES, of Ciles.
W. K. McALIHTKR, of Davidson.
W. 1). 15EARI), of Khelby.
M. M. NEAL, of Gibson.
COUItT OF APPEALS,
II. M. 15ARTON, of Hamilton.
8. F. WILSON, of Sumner.
J.. M. TAYLOR, of Henderson.
j. n. Mckenzie.
: A. G. HAWKINS
JOHN R. BOND.
W. W. WADE.
Judge-W. T. MORRIS.
County Court Clerk -W. 1). COOPER..
Circuit Court Clerk-L. R. WATSON'.
SheriiT-R. I). McCORD.
Trustee-G. W. E. HERRIN.
Kegister-J. E. IiROWN.
Pain is badly needed throughout this
Richard Odel visited at Mclllwain
Several from here are attending the
singing school at Mclllwain.
Lem Thompson of Camden has been
here a few days electioneering.
Rev. K. S. Enochs preached a good
sermon at Mount Zion Sunday.
The Pioneer Debating Club and the
Oakgrove Debating Club met in a joint
discussion at Sugar Tree Saturday night,
the old Pioneers winning a complete vic
tory. Ihe Pioneers will entangle with We, the undersigned Commissioners
the Libert? boys at Liberty Friday night, for Benton County, Tennessee, will open
July 23. They anticipate an enjoyable and hold an election in the several voting
quired to appear on or before the first Monday
lu SeptetnlMir, next, same being Rule Day, be
fore the Clerk and Master of said Court at bis
office in Camden and make defense to the bill
filed acalnst him In satd Court by Florence 15
Jones for divorce, or otherwise the bill will be
taken for confessed, and set for hearing exparte
It is further ordered that this notice be published
for four consecutive weeks In The Camdkn
This July 4. 1902.
A. G. McDANIEL,
25-2 Clerk and Master
J. G. Rop.ins, solicitor for complainant.
Prof. C. 0. Vick opened school at Oak
Osco Florence is confined to his bed terms expire or where there are vacua
precincts of said county on Thursday
Angust 7, 1902. There will be voted fo
five Supreme Judges of the State, three
Judges of the Court of Chancery Appeals
Chancellor, Circuit Judge, Attorney Gen
eral, County Judge, County Court Clerk
Circuit Court Clerk, Sheriff, Trustee and
Register, and all district officers where
IlEruuLiCAN protestations of a
desire to frame legislation which
will circumvent the trusts are fa- hunting and fishing
miliar. They are apt to be heard
just before election.
with billious fever.
Misses Delia and Lena Cuff of Flat-
woods are spending the week here with
Quite a number of our people are at
tending the protracted meeting at Rush
Elmer Vick and wife have been very
sick, but we are pleased to learn that
both are improving.
cieh. Election held in legal hours,
W. L. MORRIS,
J. M. LASIILEE,
T. B. CANTRELL,
Dress Makers' Trimmings.
My special ordei
make of 30 inch
Extra Black Silk
Lee Francisco and John Hudson have Satin at $1.68 per yard, makes a most
crone to Hustburi? to snend a tew dnvn beautiful Costume, Shirt Waist or Skirt
a r. I .u. I J J
uan uo worn uie year aiuunu ana mao
rrr m cnnfArm witVl thl rhanrrinnr fnctiinn
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.uie aeoate nere last csaturuay night hf vou desire anrj vet have a fine costume.
was well attended. The verdict of the (It is a positive bargain:) If interested,
judges was in favor of the negative side win send yu a samPle on receipt of a two
. "y 4s c- 5 4?" i! s
StmKM Vnw'w' CxtM ym-Jt -
OR MEDICINAL USE OR BEVERAGE 1
ABSOLUTELY PUKIC. ,
BEATON, S Camden, Tenn.
For CEO. A. DICKEL & CO., Nashville, Tenn,
i all the
Prepared by JAMLS F. BALLARD, St. Louij, Mo,
Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
DEGULATES the liver, Stomach and Br.vels,
" Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood.
CURES Malaria, Cilicusnsss, Constipation,
Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
Every Eotile Cuarantsei to Live Satisfaction.
IiAIlGU BOTTLll, - UMiVIili DOSK.
Price, f0 Cents.
a gooi oryEit.
We will send the value of one dollar
and ten cents ($1.10) in booklet, contain
ing twentv-seven pen and ink photo-re
duced sketches of Washington by mail
fur ten cents (cash or stamps). Queen
Victoria knighted Sir John Tenniel for
similar artistic work in London. (Your
editor has sample of this.)
ISUTKHKLL 1 UBLIrlHlXG CO.,
1059 Third Avenue, New York.
I.IFK OF T. DEW ITT TALMA6E, bv ills
son, KK.V. KPlANK IMC WITT TAI.MAdli anil
associate editors of the Christian Herald. Only
book endorsed by the Talimifie family. Knor
iiious prolit for ani'iits who act onleklv. Outlit
ten cents. Write immeiilatelv CLARK & CO.,
2-' South Fourth Street, riiihiclelpliia, l'a.
Mention tins paper.
MAGISTRATE'S WARltANTS, Exeeutlons
and State Warrants for sale at Tn k Chkon-
iclk oltloe. Other blanks printed to order.
A WONDERFUL WORK.
To be a man who can excel one hundred thou
sand men lu any one line is good; to bo one in a
million Is better; but to be the only living man.
tne History or tne
(und the second
world), who lit
single line picture,
This Mr. Fleming,
trator of " Around
" Around the
books) has done
An ASA lA
Capital," , .
one h u n 3h"i itff'
fifty full- M'VW
Vi. - V
nf lii nnactmii
A. 11 111 bllV UMLOblUlli
prosperity which meaus high A S0Q, t- . b,. nfi . . ...
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prices ior ioou prouucis,. iuei anu 0ut this locality. Some of our farmers
clothing,, without correspondingly think if the dry weather continues an
high prices for labor, may satisfy other week crops will be cut as short as
the capitalist but will not receive lat year , ,
unmia i, iiuij jt.
Nola Cuff is on the sick list this week.
Koy Melton is teaching school at Hall's
Isaac Laurence of Camden visited here
the support of the laboriug man.
TnE appropriation for pensions j
during the past session of Congress
aggregated $139,842,350, and com
paratively few of the claims for pen
sions due to the Spanish and iPhil-
innine war have been adiudicated. the Past week'
I li! - 1 i 1 1 1 ,
x ai mers are getiing a utile uiscourageu
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XUJk UlOllUUUUUi V fcV Jl ssJi UlliU uuv XT i t-v l i n ...
0 I Nnah T)flvulnn moi a a flvinr.
-i-A -i -i-i tiL.TT:i,ioa.J " -"iJ
poaucai Biaiusui iuo uuiwuowwa Sulphur Springs Sunday.
by sending a minister to this coun- There was a good attendance at Sunday I
try was Spam. In 1785 she ap- school at Hall's Valley Sunday.
nninted Dipro de Gardoaui. min- vlaud, July 14.
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isterplenipotentiary to the United
cent stamp. Established 29 years.
Tallori' Trimmings, Tailors' Implements.
Manufacturer of But tans.
JOHN F. DAYIES,
67 Smith Street, Brooklyn.
New York City.
Mention this paper.
Wash --' , -ti 11 1 '1 1
1 n k K,JWy,Zir'
and nve. mjjnmad red
tures or VX.7ii' prominen
Americans. Mi'i? n 1 1 including th
statesmen, l : vl??rljr ! .t''t.-zi amb
ana coin ft4 .1; wrS'
1 1 c i paling kUwk--ftl
i s h Amen U'.jIS. rz2 '3 IA
est co Dec
SEN. niBCrS Al'DRMI'S 1UNXA.
In hit f i-voi eharafftpr 'Tba Frlvnii
of l.ii hor."
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world. The drawings equal, if they do not wr
pass, those of John Tenniel's, for which work he
was knighted bv Queen victoria. Tiie nuiuor ia
contagious. THK NUTSHELL POBLlSfilNtt
COJ1PANV, Kew York, U. & A.
$5,000 IN CASH
TnE four large naval vessels pro
vided for by the recent naval bill
will be named the Tennessee, Con
necticut, Louisiana and Washing
ton, and the two gunboats will be
named the Paducah and th Du
Congressman Sims has been ask
ed by the national committee to
take part in the fall campaign in
some of the doubtful districts of
the East. Mr. Sims' abilities are
recognized. He is sound, clear
headed, industrious, although not
a &howy public servant, and if he
stays in Congress a few more terms
will be placed in the inner circles
of national Democratic leadership.
Readers of the
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