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A COL'S I V N K W'I'A l-Kli,
I'itushfd Wikki.y a Cam;i
I N It III" DAT (ALU J I M ! i,t f ONI) C ,1 t VAU. MATTf 1
JU.SIM.S ANNOt N( i;.Ml N 1.
The. sniper i it I' ill li e of I i, r ( T r. v m i i. i i
$1 in mi i a i . r.ii cimiIs fur si ii ii H 1 1 if, ::, v it
tor 1 1' hm' mi iii i hi, i iiIi ii isi 1 1 vi iy 1 1 1 1 -1 In1 ni l
hi tit v;i IK')-. All "iiIjh i Kii'H n i" I"' inuiiil !;
Stopped ;tt exinraiinii ill Line p. ml fur.
il iti.'iry;iii'l miiuii:ii ii'iini w!i U-chiri'i-d fur
at t hf mli' nl :t ci-ii'm pi r he '. VW will fiunis,!
rtrs tui dl. play Mint i). ;i iulM'1 ti.iii,;oii lii.llt a
NfWH rn mini mi 4l in 'I' lillit ill l'i 'i"; 'Hi i texi ii,l
f iulil:i' liili'ii" ! hh' ii'lii ilril, I ill ' HtHimii-no
rciii.HiVn:iiy foi Hum x pi enjoin i u tinned l i nil
BU' h eol 1 1 ! Ill II lea I Mills llll'l lll'llrl' S t i . . i I l I.
1,'i'liiitiHiirfs i .i.i hi- i. . Ill v;uiiiiii ways Unit
are rn-"i'tiv s'ifi', li lt ;.ll reiiilttnnet s sent ;ilr ,1.
rlhh'nf tin' si ii ii-i .
AH ii'iiiilUiiivH mid Lliv'.l'iwsi'oniiiiii-tcal'.ons
timnift i i iit to 'i u i ; r i is..
'll iKJ'lillllc -J. t llll.l.rll. i'enn.
Fill DAY, OCTOBER ?, 1002
"JIavk yui noticed tlio hand
so. no fulv'.'rli.iomt'iit 1 hud put on
yondiT fence V inquired it i.r
tliant, oi one oi his cufelcu 'vs ro-
cantiy, ?-yn r.n cxil.nr.ur. "2o,"
replied the latter, "but if you viil
eend the fence to ir Loute I will
take plensure in rending it. I read
ne tvsi a pe ra r r. d li n v e no 1 i me i o r u n
about and hunt up advertisements
on fences. " And the merchant
scratched tho back of his head re
II em n'tT-EK this youn;i mmi be
careful how you speak of a wom
an's character, lhmk how many
years she has been buildtirj; it, o
the toil and privations endured, of
the wopndfi received, and no fcas-
TDieion follow her actions. Tho
purity of woman is the salvation o
the race, and hope of future an at
ness and the redemption of ixnn
Wipe out her purity and man sinks
beneath the wave of deepair with
not a star to truide his life into
channels of safety. Think, then
before von speak, and remember
that any hoc: can root up tho full
est flower that ever fjrrew, bo the
vilest man can ruin the character
of the purest woman.
I 1 755
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,1 4 Will
is 10 ounce J oi i.urc
rt . . t 1
c lice 10 me iiouiia.
O r-teJ Cof.'tcs arc
coiiec ana uvu
ounces or egps,
pluc, etc., of no
value to vou. Lut
nioncyintheporVtt jifj t
F I,0:.1 LUIL!!T Y.
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la-1 S mil
In t .
J. id. I'ick n.-i of Cumdei.
SL.NATO!? C. V. CAPiMAC!'..
The court houte was crowded
yoidcrdny ufleiuoon by Democrats
to hear tho distinguished sintc?-
L'.an, linn. 1). W. Carmack, Ter.-
nii.. ecs junior fccnator, who e
livered one of the abh st tpeechts
ever heard in IJcnton County.
Senator Carmack was lr.troauced
by Hon. Tom C. l!ye, who de:.om-
mated him the worthy Kuceosor ot
Isham G. Harris, tho threat Ten
nesseo statesman who has passed
over the river, and said it was a
matter of pride to every Tennes
seean to know that Senator Car-
macl: is today recognized as one of
the ablest members of tho United
Senator Carmaek's address w.-.s
devoted principally to tho tarill',
trusts and imperialism, ar.d h.e
dealt with these vital ifsu '3 in hi.5
usual vigorous and convitcinrj; ar
gument. He was iven attentive
hearing, and was cften rrrec ted with
FROM CHALK LEVEL.
1. lueiT V a
: ; ! s ::i makin:' is in pr'
T!i- 'i"p in ''tid to !' tdmrt.
1'a rm rs lo;-,t cunsKiirab!'
find fivldi r by tho riiim la :!
idrs. (',il!n riii" l'i" ..on, v, 1
br-n .".ii-'i fur sometime, i-t .-
will prcfdi hero tlie tecoud 01111
day in October at : p. 11., at whi 'h
time the do.. is t.f tho chinch will
bo opened for the luception of i;cw
Elmer Vick badly hurt yes
torday while oxojeisim: on a pole.
Ho fell to fin 1'oor to his yboulders
nnd lirnko three of his ribs and
'.taiiied sevTobrnifes. We hopo
his injuri'. s will not prove serious.
Xolio J. CuiT, son of Justice F.
Ik Cu!T, and Miss Ida Florence
worn married last Sunday at the
residence of Dr. J. 13. Florence,
the home of the bride, Justio A.
N. Fresson olliciatin. Jlr. Cutf
is a highly esteemed young man,
and has many friends wdio extend
congratulations. Tho bride, who
is a model young lady and a gen
eral favorite in tho community, is
a daughter of Jimniio Florence,
who died at Lexington a number
of years ago. She luus the best
wishes of a host of friends.
LmEUTY, September CO.
SALE OF LAND.
r- J Ail
oFEAKiNG ot tno campaign re
cently, Ilepresentative Faukheac!
of Alabama baid lie did not taia
tho hopeful view that some of his
colleagues did. The ltepublioaua
had so much money for the fur
therance of their interests that it
was difficult for tho Democrats to
combat them this fall. Neverthe
less, Colonel Baukhead regards
victory in 190i as certain. He be
lieves that when the people have
had an opportunity to see that their
urgent demands for tariif revision
as a protection against the trusts
are disregarded, they will then turn
to the Democratic party as tho only
source of relief from trust oppression.
Mrs. Louie Boswell visited rela
tives at Coxburg last week.
J. G. llollingsworth and family
visited at Fggvillo last week.
Farmers are very busy making
sorghum mid digging peanuts.
L. it. Crockett of Big Sandy was
mingling with old friends here this
The many friends of Mrs. Alli
son will regret to learn that she is
The young people enjoyed an
old-fashioned candy stew at the
hospitable homo of W. T. Clayton
The game of ball here Saturday
between Chalk Level and Holladay
resulted in a score of 20 to 25 in
favor of Holladay.
Mrs. Cynthia Fresson of Cam
den, who has been here on an ex
tended visit to her brother, John
Holland, has returned home.
Three of Holladay's fairest and
sweetest daughters. Misses Fearle
Stokes, Beatrice Kirk and Clara
Holladay, were guests of Miss Bet-
tie Boswell last week.
CiiALK Level, September 30.
H. Fierce. Administrator, vs. S
ar.d T. D. Clement.
I'.y vinui; of a v'iuliiioni exponas in my liauls
,v.it by I., li. Wiitsun, clerk or the circuit
court of ivnton County, Tpuiicsscp, I will ou
Monday, the 6th Day of October,
expose to liuhl.c s.ilc to tin l)!iicst tii'liler, for
pjisli, at the court house tloor in CamiU'ti, Ten
iiesscc, S. A. lemciit's one forth uinliviiled in
terest in the following descrilied tnt-ct of land:
l.viiv' a. id Ileitis: 111 tins niatli civil district of
Ucnt m eouuty, Telinesseii, and bounded ontlic
nortli LvC'iealli-un, simih by Kye ami Childress,
cast oy l IClCe llUil WCSI UJ' l.nnpei, einnaiiuii;;
mk) acres; known as tlui Whirley land. Sai.l
mil ttascomleinned ind onlercd to be sold by
the circ'uit court of llenton County, Tennessee
it the AiiKU.st term, l'.Ki2, to satisfy a judgment
inf.iv.ii' of II. 11. 1'it-rce and amiinst S. A. and
. 1). Clement lor the sum oi 5f:;.'i3.TU and oost
:-, l '.. 1). Me('ORl), Sheriff
1FE OF T. DEW1TT TALMAOE, by his
son, Kl.V. fiiAJMv nr.iviii uiiiu.iiii'. iiuu
Hssociatt editors of the Christian Herald. Only
book endorsed liy the Talinai;e family. Knor
1110113 profit for audita who act quickly. Outfit
ten cents. Write immediately CLAHK A; CO.,
South Fourth Struct, riiiladclphia, Ta.
Mention this pnper.
It is told that once upon a time
a certain man got very mad at the
editor and stopped his paper. The
next week ho sold his corn at four
cents below the market price.
Then bis property was sold for
taxes, because lie did not know
when it was due. He wras arrested
and fined S3 for hunting on Sun
day, simply because- he did not
know it was Sunday, and he paid
$300 for a lot of forged notes that
had been advertised and the public
cautioned not to negotiate for them.
He then paid au Irishman, with a
foot like a forge hammer, to kick
.hira all the way to the newspaper
office where he paid four years in
advance, and made tho editor sign
au agreement to knock him down
and rob him if he ever. stopped his
raner acaiii. Such is life without
a newspaper, says an
I will hold my quarterly exami
nation at Camden October 6 and 4.
Vll teachers that desire a certifi
cate should be present.
If you want to have a name you
must utilize your time to profit, as
did the old Irishman's chum out
in Texas. A Texas exchange says:
"There was an old Irishman in
town the other day, and while in a
reminiscent mood lie said he and
TomLayden railroaded thirty years
a"o. 'It was Mike and Torn then,'
bo said, 'but every time I got
cents I purchased a bottle of whis
Vv Ami everv time Tom trot 50
cents he purchased an acre of black
land, and now his name is Colonel
Thomas Layden and my name is
We will give the Weekly Mem
phis Commercial Appeal free to
every yearly subscription to TnE
Chronicle. Both lor only M.uu
This offer is good only thirty days
To the TeaclioM of IJentou County.
LOW KATES TO NASUVILI.K
For the Horse Show October 7 to 11,
Half fare tickets on sale October
Limit two days.
Tickets at one and one-third fare
for the round trip on sale October
6 and 7. Limit October 13.
This will be the grand fall at
traction. Don t miss it. lickets
on sale at all Nashville, Chattanoo
ga and St. Loui3 Itailroad ticket
Miss Lizdo Bivens has opened a
millinery store on the south side
of court square, where she has or
display a new line of all the latest
novelties in hats and trimmings
and will bo pleased to have tho la
dies call and see her and get price s
KOI? SAI,K A cood second hand Cornet; in
Nti umeiit as cood as new. Will sell for half its
ost. Ai'ply to J, v . 1 ka i, caniiion, lenn
WANTED A trustworthy centlenian or lady
in each county to manage business for an old es
tablished house of solid financial standing. A
st raiu ht , bona fide weekly salary of (18.00 paid by
licck t.Hch Wednesday with till expenses direct
fronilie;idiuart.ers. Money advanced for expen
ses. Manager, .UU Caxton liuildiiic, Chicago.
.UK job printiiif: facilities are first-class, and
' our specialty is :,'ood work. Kstimates (and
samples where possible) will be furnished on ap
rl. cation. Address Tiiic Chkomclk, Cainden,
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li i- lvin-1 Von .1 w u j s Ucir.rht Ims borne (!u
Hh of Clias. 11. I'U tt licr, sunt l;.n licr-i nmilo uinlcr !iU
lerso!ial kuiu r i' ion ic vwr '.' -ars. Allow no ouo
lrri yoll ill tliis. C'oiUitrrti'ilS, Iinil.ilioliH linl
Jiist-;i"-g"l iiro Icil 1' prriim'iif , ml 'iil:niirep Ih'j
j-valt.il of C'DiiJrc.i-II v iH-ririu e .iainsl JiM-i inn nt.
What is CASTOR I A
C.ilori.i is n liarmlcss Mil)(i(ute 1'ur Castor Oil, Paro
Krir, lir)) niid Sootliiiijr Syrups. II is ll4a.tnl. It
contains ncillHT )jimii, ;tIoi,!;ini nor oilier iinoti:j
Mtlistaiice. Its is its uarautre. It (tcstroys Wmnw
Mini alleys Fiveri!mrss. It run s J)iarrlir:i and W imt
l-'olie. It relieves Ti'efliitijr Tro!iM'S, cnrrs Oontipatiou
!!"(! ri.ttuleiiev. It ainiil itrs llio I'ood, rcyrulal tlio
Moia-.uli ami I.owi-ls piinvr licaMhy and nuliiral t-U.-ep.
fi Lt: L'l.iMien's Panacc.i-TI'o r.Iotlu r's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
tflmnf nr "it
the ocntkuh cmnitr, tt muhkh stuiet. mwvohr city.
yv"iwy. w..i iw.iw up1" wiiwm. . m
s :k?oklahomv ani
Are bf st read
runs two trains
dircctor make close connetLoh
for a! parts of Texas, OHahowi
ana i naian i erniory.
mi k m
rniE ORIGINAL f
D INDIAN TEO. J
fi runs two trains Xdayornrvi4rnpniA to I exas, J 35,
I witholt change. NheseXAnjjis eirtier reach A mY'
" kH.' I 1 jl
1 If you wantlofluNd n &(wd home nauoH'J" Ll? n
In Texas, wherobi 'rop.s ar -um.vmto ( L
raised and where j'e'I'le prosper.
i write tor acopy of oi.rluindsorae 5 y
$ bookleus, "Honies in the) Souih- Sf ,;
west" and "ThrouphTm.vswitb y -J:
a Camera." Sent free(u? any- c
I yuhonPtobetu8 W.C.ADAXS.T.P.A, RASlMlE.Tm f
IL ' ) ' v' imm c-p 1 T sT im U' j )
3L? pf Uncle Sam j
11 fd$L$ Says:
1 0BBJke American
I SitxMii Says: - '
IS V .'i'.iWO
H i-i hi? U J
Dress Makers' Trimmings.
?j My special ordci
flittP'Q. make of SO inch
Extra U!ack Si
satin at $1.68 cer vara, makes a most
beautiful Costume, Shirt Vaist or Skirt
Can bo worn the vear around and raaoe
over to conform with the changing fashion
if you desire and yet have a f.ne costume,
(It is a positive bargain.) If interested,
will send you a sample on receipt of a two
cent stamp. Established 20 years.
Tailors' Trimmings, Tailors' Implements.
Manufacturer of buttons.
JOHN F. BAVIES,
67 Smith Street, Crooklyc,
New York City.
ilcttiou tula paper.
f t " A sallow complexion, UizziiiesH,
biliousness and a coab'il tdnuc
n rn A i rn , i nl i ."1 i 1 .; if lii-i;
if and k itlnov i) isi'asos. tomru'h arid
i bowel troubles, severe as tlit y are,
I) pive imiiieili.it( v. urn ing by pain,
? but liver ami kidnoy troubles,
4 though less painful at tlio start, are
H much h.irdt r to cure. Thdfoid's
A Ulfuk-Praufrht never fails to bene-
ii lit diseased liver anl weukeneil kid-
neys. It stirs up the torpid liver ; J
"t to throw oil' the gertn3 of tcver and (t
5 ao;uo. It in a certain preventive
V? of cholera ii-id Uright's disease of il
ft the kidneys'. With kidnoys re- ll
)y inl'orced by Thedford's rdack- s
O Dra ught tLousanda of persons have 'f
'. dwelt itmnuno in the midst of yel- U
low fever. Many families live in f
ll iierfivt hilth and have no other i
doctor than Thedford's Ulaek-
Draught. It is always on hand for t
use in 411 emerpeney and saves
many exptusive calli of a doctor. i
Mulliru, S.C.March 10, t01. i
I have used Thedford's B'.ick-Drattht
for three yearj and I h?ve not had to go t
to a doctor since I have bcn tikir ? It. 1 ,
It is the test reed. cine for me that is ?: J
on the trarKit for liver art kidi.cy
trouhk's crd dyspepsia sn.t other
") coir plaints. Rv. A. G. tEWS. f J
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