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Bhould he sen! to 1KAVIS FKuS.,
'JVIt'ilnnit' .".. ( aniirit, Trim.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 11)02.
The favornblo crop outlook in
the county makes all of us feci n
great ileal better.
Tin: gentlcumn who edited the
Republican campaign text book
didn't know it was loaded.
Davis is Brownlow's candidate
for Congress. When tho returns
from the November election come
in it will bo found that we do not
want any Browulowism in ours.
Davis will be like a coin with a
hole in it.
TnE Davidson, N. C, Dispatch
has this to say for school consoli
dation and for better public school
liou ses : "It is better to have a good
school two miles olf than to have
a poor one in sight of your door;
and still we see people contending
for tho maintenance of schools
back in the old field where there
is absolutely nothing to inspire
children to greater efforts."
A meeting of the Columbia bar
was held Monday afternoon to bid
farewell to Chancellor A. J. Aber
nathy,who retires from tho chancel
lorship of this division after an ad
ministration of sixteen years. Feel
ing speeches were made by mem
bers of the bar expressing friend
ship for the chancellor,appreciation
of his justice aud impartiality and
regret at retirement. Resolutions
were read and adopted expressing
the above sentiments, and a hand
some silver pitcher was presented
,to the chancellor as a token of es
teem from every member of the bar
and Clerk and Master Akin of the
chancery court. The chancellor
responded and thanked them for
their present and the expression of
friendship and esteem, which he
heartily reciprocated. D ec a t ur
"What a splendid opportunity
the thrifty favmer has to make
money in the present good prices
at which mules, horses, cattle and
hogs are selling. Benton County
is one of the best sections in Ten
nessee for raising live stock of all
kinds, and especially mules and
hogs. ' The Chronicle has often
urged our farmers to give more at
tention to stock raising as a means
of improvement in breeds, for stock
raising pays best where highly im
proved breeds are introduced. The
"scrub" animals can. be improved
by crossing upon them thorough
breds of improved breeds, but the
progress is slow, and disappoint-
. merits are sure to follow your first
attempts along this line. A good
..healthy hog, well fed, means profit
in the owner's pocket. A good pns
ture insures this. The value of a
.. good pasture for hogs can not be
overestimated. It furnishes health
giving properties, giving succulent
forage, to secure which the hog
and is made healthy thereby. He
eats much of tho grass and less of
corn, and thereby is expense saved
his owner, and he lays on fat faster
than if on a full grain ration. Dis
ease does not bother the pasture
fed ho". It U so of all live stock.
Tin; iVnton County Sunday
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jooi jVHbOciiHiuii iih l ne in nni
unlay, and while tho nt tendance
was not m Iftryo in wan expected,
t lierts were many evidences that a
good beginning haa been made.
Ah to the attendance, The CillioN'
IVLE will be frank in Haying that
the convention followed tho an
nouncement bo closely it was not
g nerally known and many Sunday
nehoolsdid not have an opportunity
to select delegates. 1 1 is gratifying
to know that a good beginning has
been made, however, for we heart
ily endorse every effort made along
tliH line. If the Sunday school
superintendents and tho Sunday
school workers win get togouier
there is plenty for them to do to
elevate and strengthen tho associ
ation and make its combined pow
er of great influence for good in
tho county. There was such good
cheer and interest throughout the
convention hero that it gave assur
ance of an increased membership
When christian people and Sunday
school workers get together there
is a brotherly feeling that asserts
itself, and every means should be
adopted to have every Sunday
school in the association. These
associations are educators and the
meansof becoming better acquaint
ed with one another. Start out
with tho determination to help tho
newly olected officers to build up,
and every Sunday school in the
county will join in and new ones
will be established. This is one of
the objects of the association, ex
tend the work.
Russell Sage says that J. P
Morgan can settle tho great coal
strike in one hour. This is attrib
uting a great deal of power to one
man, and yet it is practically true.
Morgan is the financial king of the
United States, and without his ex
tensive railroad and coal interests
he is enabled to dictate almost any
policy he desires. If he does pos
sess the power attributed to him,
Morgan is committing one of the
gravest sins and greatest crimes of
the age by not using his influence
in that direction. Man is more or
less inclined to oppress, and Mor
gan is merely a foretaste of what
one-man power would mean in this
TnE present term of the crimina
court is the latest torm that Judge
John R. Bond will be with us. As
a judge Mr. Bond is easily the peer
of any man in the State, and pre
sides over a criminal court with
ease and grace that is characteristic
of a man of strong will and person
ality. Besides being a model judge
he is one of the most congenial ant
social gentleman in the State. He
has made many friends in Jackson
among all classes for the impartia
manner in which he has adminis
tered the law. Jackson Whig.
It will be easy to whip the Re
publicans this fall in Tennessee
They are now half whipped. The
August election was a deadeuer to
If you can't say anything else
good about Camden you can praise
That was a "warm" convention
at Huntingdon Monday.
Ii tenches that trhie arid
h cdcrs(useu toeiaze
., , - f
7 gome coffees with) are
not fit to drink.
if rprr ft:
13 never piazca-
, tiTKloctori-d ccJce.
llv; .e.--kl pacl'.sp-f keeps
ii fresh ciiJ p-X.
rn'i a i! t r
FROM CHALK MILL.
juun in iKuuy neeik'U tnrou
1 1 1 1 i i . t
out tins locality.
iii i i .
Mis Jlary 1'ox of Waverly in
visiting her uncle, William Iteeven.
Farmers are busy harvesting tin
lay crop. The crop is a fine one
Mi?-H ltuby Browning of Weak
ey County is visiting friends and
lutives in this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard "Wilson of
Weakley County visited relatives
and old friends here last week.
Bilbo Farrar and daughter, Miss !
Emma, of Lako County have been
visiting relatives and friends here,
leaving for homo yesterday.
The protracted meeting at Chalk
Hill closed Sunday. It was a glo
rious revival, four professions and
three additions to the church.
Chalk Hill, August 20.
John Lowry has moved near Lu
te r ton.
Noah Davidson and mother are
visiting at Big Sandy this week.
Mose Box of Waverly has been
visiting friends here tho past week.
The friends of Mrs. R. S. Ton
kins are pleased to learn that she
Misses Mag M. Blanks and Lona
Farmer are visiting relatives at
W. II. Hooser and Miss Joe Sul
livan of Camden were tho guests of
Roy Melton and Miss Lizzie Far
Charles Barfield and family left
yesterday to go to Metropolis, 111.,
where they will make their home.
Henry A. Phifer .will move to the
Barfield place in a few days.
Claud, August 2G.
The Democrats met. here Satur
day to select delegates to the sen
atorial convention. J. B. Vickrey
was elected chairman and Lon R.
Watson secretary. The delegates,
which included all Democrats, were
instructed to vote as a unit on all
propositions that come before the
Marriage licenses have been is
sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer
to J. J. Breazsales and Ellen Paf-
ford, J. E. WTheatley and Roena
Mrs. S. J. Travis wants the ladies
to know that she has a supply of
hats and millinery, which can be
seen at her residence.
When in need of nice stationery,
send us your orders.
WANTED A trustworthy gentleman or iady
meaen county 10 manage business lor an old es
lablished house of solid financial standing- A
straight, bona fide weekly salary of $18.00 paid by
cheek each Wednesday with all expenses direct
mini Headquarters. Money advanced lorexpeu
ses. Manager, 310 C.ixton liuitdtiig, Chicago.
$5,000 IN CASH
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daily, will distribute among its readers ?r,0oo of
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of Tennessee in November next.
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two estimates, etc.
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