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ri LLisi,!- ;. Vh ki.y at Camio n, Ti nn.
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f I II" ii I Jin , Ml re ill s fm six IIH ml Ik; ci'iiN
fur tin pi' iimiiihs, wlm li positively limit In paid
In advance. Alt siiliti i ipi miii will In- 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 t ly
ttupped at x .1 1 a l ii n ii tun- i.mil for.
Mutual y llitd xinnlar not ices will he chat L'ed l it
M the r.tin if :i criili iit line. We w ill lui null
r iti'S f"l display and lui at lulvri'tlHIHK oil applica
tion. New com mini leal Ions mid Article on rp test Inns
14 public Interest me solicited, but we assume no
l-f '.JIIIIIslllUlt V fill' tlieepleH,IOIIS Clllll. Illll'll III all
mull cm 1 1 in mill at Iihih mid hi t iili'H published.
licliiiltani ci cm ln ii i : tt in mu Iimh wa.s Hint
lire pei furl I v safe, tint it! I le in it lances si-lit ill at
ll"k of tin- sender.
All remittances ami hnsltie : communications
(siuiiiiii in- sent in 1 i.s r.i;os ,
'iYpl,oii -",. Camden, Trim.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2f, VXY2
Ifi it not ft fact tlmt h "rent ninny
bright boys nrnl iirls uctiuilly learn
to quit work, to rcf nso to help about
tho boufio or tho farm, at tonio of
the schools to which they have been
sont? AVlmt docs it profit a boy or
girl to bo thus taught to shoot at
tho sky and go in the hole? asks
tho ualvoBt.on. Ntuve.
It is all riqht for parents tostrivo
to make their sons and daughters
leaders of men and women, and to
push them in their education just
aa far as they will go; it is all right
for girls and boys to bo ambitious
and hopeful, and to look aloft in
their yearning to bo of special use
to tho world. Is it not all right to
fancy that the opportunity to ac
complish such things lies along
only a few of the old hues, within
tho narrow scope of a few worn-out
and over-crowded professions ?
Tho world is wide. The oppor
tunities are many. The old fallacy
as to differences and distinctions
in callings has been exploded. It
is the age of progress and practi
cal education. It is no longer in
order to adhere to the old-time
course which tended to create in
the student a disregard for com
mon sense, a distaste for common
things and for practical methods.
Education of the best kind should
reveal to every bright boy or girl
the fact that there is no useful ser
vice that is to be despised. Such,
at all events, should be the kind of
teaching which the State offers
freely to its future citizens.
.HLIill F'S SALE OF LAND.
H. II. Pierce, Administrator, vs.
and T. D. Clement.
I V Virtue of a v -lid. land i pona In my hm.-N
hre. 1 v I. I! V itum. r!i i K of tli- mi ml
rum t of !'.! it in ( 'mi iiiy, 'I ciiiii vi , 1 n ill on
Monday, the Cth Day of October,
C'usc fu ,i!lilc vile to tl'" I I -st Mihl.T, fur
cash, at tli court- house door In Camden, Ten
nessee, S. A. Clement's one forth 1 1 m 1 1 i 1 1 1 in
I crest Hi the follow ' 1 1 1 K d Ascribed tract of laml:
I yln' lllid belli:: III till) lillltll civil (llstllel of
liciiton County, Telinessc", (! I i i ! i . ! t ( I on the
north l Cheatham, south by U y ami Childress,
cast by I'leice aiul west by Cooper, containiiiK
son arics; known lis the Whitley laml vaid
laml VMiscomleiiini'iI amt ordered to lit mild by
Ihc circuit rouit of r.eiiloa County, Tennessee,
at the Alifist term, 1i2, to .satisfy a judgment
In favor of II. 11. Fierce ami against S. A ami
T. I' Clement for the sum of 70 am' cost.
'1 Ills eptei!liel 8, Mr.'.
'JV1I li. I). MeCOUD, Sheriff.
I!y vlitue of the power ami authority in nie
vested by a deed of trust executed September :in,
Mil, by (!. A. Mi-Klratli and recorded In book
No. CI! pa;:e4i.7of the hi'if tstt-r's office of I'.eu
tn County, Tennessee, to secure seventy-live
dollars with Interest payable to ,. V. Iteatoti,
the date, and amount of indebtedness is K veil m
tin: said deed of trust, I will on
Saturday, the 4th Day of October,
between the bom s of li and 2 o'clock p. in. sell
at public Kale to the highest bidder for cash at
the east door of the court house in the town of
Camden, Tennessee, the following described
tract of land, to-wit: In the town of Camden
and bounded on the north by the land of Var
biotiLdi, on the south by IMcKlyea and Johnson,
on the east by (loodwin and on the west by Mc
Daniel iind l.ashlee, containing j acres, be the
same jnore or Iss.
This September 8, 1S02.
25-11 W. F. MAIDKX, Trustee.
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Dress Makers' Trimmings.
W jj My special ordci
Satin at $1.68 per yard, makes a most
beautiful Costume, Shirt Waist or Skirt.
Can bo worn the year around and made
over to conform with the changing fashion
if you desire and yet have a fine costume,
(It is a positive bargain.) If interested,
will send you a sample on receipt of a two
cent stamp. Established 29 years.
Tailors' Trimmings, Tailors' Implements.
Manufacturer of Buttons.
JOIIN F. DAVIES,
67 Smith Street, Brooklyn.
New York City.
Mention this paper."
Speaker Henderson made a lot
of racket when he went olf, but he
didn't go off in a corrucation of
glory to say tho least of it.
In these days of trusts a man is
not known by the company he
keeps, but by the Company that
The motto of both sides of the
coal strike seems to be "God help
the rich, the poor can freeze"
Only the weak are discouraged
We, the undersigned committee
and members of the quarterly con
ference of Camden circuit appoint
ed to oifer resolutions in behalf of
our pastor, Rev. Yates Moore, who
has gone to Nashville to complete
a course of study which will qualify
him for a useful life in the itiner
ancy, do offer the following resolu
Resolved, that we, the people of
the Camden circuit, tender Brother
Moore our thanks and express our
aDDreciation for the very faithful
end 'efficient work accomplished as
pastor of the circuit; be it further
Resolved, that we earnestly pray
that God will bless him in his un
dprtakin?s at school and be his
guiding star throughout future life,
C. II. Cowell,
W. A. Wiseman,
vuh'ch some coffee
mqtrq use to Haze their
rnffpc with would vou eat
that kind of eggs? Then
why drlak them?
has no coating of storage e?gs,
Plue, etc Its coif ce pure,
unadulterated, fresh, strong
and of delightful llavor
V and aroma.
Uniform quality kit
W. S. Parker ha3 returned home
Erom Oklahoma, where he resided
he past year.
Captain Brown of section 15 had
a head on collision with a handcar
ast week and sustained severe in
G. S. Wheatley, general manager
of the gravel pit, will leave us in a
ew days. Everybody likes George
and regret to see him go.
Jb rost last week did considerable
damage here, and the recent rains
lave damaged our farmers in tho
way of saving hay and fodder.
Mrs. Jennie Melton, whose hus
band, Allie Melton, died last week
at Big bandy, has returned here to
the home of her father, J. B. Alsup
lhe so-called Holiness people
lave been holding a ten days meet
ing near here and are now at Lick
Creek. We hear of no converts to
The Louisville and Nashville
Railroad Company has taken out
about one thousand cars of grave
from here this summer. This has
given regular employment to those
who were disposed to work.
Ex-Dbputy Sheriff J. C. Parker
has retired to private life, and is
now engaged in making sorghum
for the people. He quotes the old
proverb that "every bitter has its
sweet," and says he has drank the
bitter low to the dregs, but hence
forth he expects to take his m sweet
We are not inclined to dictate to
any one, still, we believe that any
one who fails to help to build up
the country in which he lives is no
good and should be "fired." For
that reason, if our newly-elected
sheriff sees fit to appoint any dep
uties we think that us people who
live 25 miles from the county site
should have tho honor of a deputy
sheriff, but if he thinks otherwise
we will say nothing and saw wood.
Faxon, September 23.
We will give the Weekly Mem
phis Commercial Appeal free to
every yearly subscription to The
Ciironicle. Both for only $1.00.
This offer is good only thirty days.
WANTI-.D A trustworthy jri'iiUcman or l.-nly
in turn riimiiy to inaii ii:i' Imsnirss for an old i-.s
t.iitlislu'd house ot moIhI I'umiicial a'amlnr-r. A
si raiutif , t'onn wrrkly s-il.iiv of ,I von pa ill hv
rliri'K t aril w e.lncsil.tv with nil evprnsrs diirrt
from he'iilquurtrrs. Money .'nhniiceil f u expen
ses. .M.uiaev, sioiaxtou UmUtuiij, t'luoacu.
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car fin n trrzf
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Wire Walkers, Leapers and Tumblers, Bare Back
Riding,, Four Horse Hiding, more than a
Dozen Clowns, Leapers and Tumb
lers of Established Fame.
Bigger, Better an i G u ani ) e u n an E ye r B e foiie
f wo pspformsRces laiij, si 2 M 8 p. a.
doors OFE:r one: hour earlier
n' m in
Are bf streaclrud bylthe Co(ton lielt, v1iich linei
runs two trains aaytn Mi mphi to Texas',
without change. HescjMins eiflier reach i
direcnor make close connecVoti
for nl narts of Texas. Oklahoma dHamAUni
ND INplAM TER.
dry- . - l
FT. VIOPTV(T - ! ? J
A.iYLirf : t-sHFEVCPOPT
ad AnTOMin ,
If you want to find a gfiod home
In Texas, where vjir crops are
raised arnl where trl(? prosper,
write for aoopy of ouThari(!.H(nio
booklels, Homes in tiie) South
west and "ThronphTefxaswitb
a Camera." Sent freelToViny
body who isaonipusto lietttr his
W.C.ADAMS.T.P.A., NASHVILLE, TEW.
E. W. LaBEALME, C. P. & T. A., ST. LGU1S, KO.
A WONDERFUL WORK.
To be a man who can excel one hundred thou
sand men in nny one line is good; to he one iu &.
million 13 hetter, but to be tho only living man.
(and the second one "'tN 'u the history of tho
world), who has drawn a perfeet
single line picture, K-fTTs. 's u' o n d e r f u It
This Mr. FSetninK, r- A. author anil illim
trator of 'Vro indf;v"--yf' the Pan," and
" round tho OapJf i t a I , " ($2.00
hooUs) ha.i done I "t'Kj' V J m his drawing of
McKinly. Trice on beat Jap
anese pa VK3j''-' A per, f 1.00.
II 1 s cpn'h:h " Around tlm
Capital," t "-f5 coutai dIdr -
fifty f nil- ;. (v I ' page
Wash sH.&LLf. M fl:jm ini? ton
ink .VV-'. --t ".-'-' -i'". sketches
aad fivo Y-S J 'imndrod pic
tures of V''; y proialncnt
Americans, i; "j.', ,,;,,'' iiiclndiiiK the
ntatt'snuni, t , J1 J ambassadors
a nd com F. ?-;Nv, ; - nacders par-
t i c i patiiur IV.VT'."-vvi' f.,i J iu the Spanish-
Amen 1 1 ' f can V a r
compriMiipf Dy !5 t v' fur the Rtvafr
est co I Ice "J i'v' ration of
facts and2s" tii faces ever
produced in i., ' --one -oIihiio
i 1 i z e (1
111 COII.ii'Il! M.N. Jl AlMTs AT'TJKI Tl'S lUV.A.
Will inter il h!s gfi'al rhnriirirr 'iln! t ricinl
entirn civ! 1 '''"
world The drn inifs eipial, if they do not Riir
pass. those of John T--nniel'H. for which work lio
v.as kmz' .'it bv tiiif.'ii ictori.x. ine num.'ir m"
coHfcrioi.s T.'IF, MTISHH.L FUULlbHlNU
CUMl'A.NY, New York, U. b. A.
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J. 13. VICKREY,
CAMDEN TK VN,
OFFICE AT THE COCKT-IIOI SK.
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mid Mule W.u rmt for;t!e;.t Tli v. ( h uuv
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PAitlN'T t.v; VI.I. 5 OF J6 Y'SAf.-S PRAOTIt
A PAINLESS RCV.ZDY.
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JAUSi F. U ALLAH 3. il . LO'J.S. MO-
2U.CG0 f ATLI-iTS fl.lTCD THiJO'JCH 1I.EM. $
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