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A (OI'HTV J KWxrAI'KK.
rm isiiKii Wkkklv at Oamikx, Tknn.
IU'-iINKSS ANMtl Nt r.MK.Vr.
'I lie sul.si i ipl inn . let- of I H H. ClIltoMi I K Ii
f I I'll I'" ) ; r.n !' ills I'H' M limiillis; rents
I'l Cine linn, ills, ulilrh positively luiet lie '.in
III aitv.iiire. All snl.is.'i l.t loin Mill lie iliiiliitly
Mopped at i'Xni.i! 1.1.1 u I, MM' I'.li'l n'.
ln 1 11,1 1 V hihI hi IM t In I IHilHcn Hill lie dial ged li
nt llii' law- nf ;i cent pee line. We will furnish
r ili-slm dispi.i) unit ltl H'l vi i tlsniy on aiplii-;.-tinn.
New m ruin mi intent Ions Mini articles (m iuestions
if I'lllilli' llltl'll'sl Hi t- millrltl'll, Hut we Hssillllf tin
responsibility fur llieexpiesiions nnilauicd in ail
Kin Ii ciiiuniiiliir.il Inns iiml m l leles published.
Keiuil lances Clin In' in, uli' In Mil hum w us s that
Hi- .i rlirlly .siiiii, hut nil ifiiutluiuvH sciii arc at
llsk of tttt sender.
All remittances Hlit business comimmleat Ions
nti'iulil lie Hi'iit to IRA VIS I'.UUS.,
leh photic '.'!l. Ciilllllell. Tcllll.
FRIDAY, JUNE 12, l)0:i.
NO SCHOOL TAX.
In refusing to vote a school tax
n i,...i. i:i... ii... u.. :i
ji iuuk lilt) UH v.U liHUicu
jnon-ly carrying out the Bentiment
of the original battle-cry of "No
wnisKy no Bcnooi, wnno me loxy
painoia ccno "amen. 1111s is t ;
the policy that was adopted in tho
Win. B. Tlio i.riols" fall,
realized that tho town could mniu-
tain a school without tho revenue
derived from the saloons, but they
had insisted that it could not, and
thev did not nrooose that it should
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lie demonstrated that they were
not sincere, nence ttie iitiit to con-
trol the council.
Snmn rnr rilboiiu bnvQ linm,
1 ii i r . u i ii iii' ,
luuuuuinciiiitiiuiif; uiui ino tuy 1
eouucii wouia riso uoovq me spiru
which predominates in the ranl:s
of the "nfitriots " and vntn a riiiTi-
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Cienttax for school purposes, but
the action of the council last I n
day liirlit has dispelled such be-
The council is not a unit on the
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BCliOOl tax question, tor some Ot
the councilmen, A. V. Bowles and
R. Ii. Phillins. favor n Rflinnl W
,ucjr iu iu ttio uiiuuiiiy.
liie school question IS one that
affects all alike, and tho "patriots
who want to see a dead town, and
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WM,ul " vlli iillu 111 luc" euuilc'
to demonstrate to the outside world
that the town can not be run with-
nnt thfiKalnnn tW. tlipv hnvArrnin.
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tu iiu auvoitiL:tJ iu h.
m ni T i rr
xiih oi. uouis exposition om-
Cials hasten to assure the public
hf. tbfi pvnnRif.inn (rrnnnila nro nn
1,,'rvl, fr 4lia vctnr 1 I
lngli land, far beyond the reach of
mi . w V u U 9-' .J K V S 4 ta V u vl V J u v I
the Mississippi in its highest
flights of fancy.
"NTa cplmnl rnv Tln'c i"a 41m
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by the city council. It must be
graiiiymg intelligence to me loxy
"patriots" who want to injure the
LET tS HKI.P YOU FIND A IIQAIE IN
Along the Cotton Belt Route, where
land can be boueht for $2, $5 an acre
up cut-over timber lands that affords
trood ranse for live stock ; rich bottom
lands for corn, wheat oats, cotton; up-
lands for fruits and vetretables-peaches.
Dears, nlums. strawberries, tomatoes, no-
tatoes. onions, melons finding good mar-
tota ot funcv nrices in the north on nr-
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ahead of other sections. A land where
living is chean-lumber at $7 to 3 ner
- ' '
- a i
thousand, fuel for tho cutting, ransre for
the stock nearly the year round, garden
truck for the table from March to Decern-
ber. The farmer who pays high rent in
the North, or tills worn out soil in the
East, is missing some of the best things
of life by not securing a home in the
"Write for copies of our "Homes in the
Southwest," "Glimpsesof Southeast Mis-
eouri, Arkansas arid Northwest Louisi-
ma," "Through Texas With a Camera,"
" Fortunes in Growing Fruits and Vege- reaved husband and children our heart
tables," "List of Real Estate Agents sympathy and condolence while in
Along the Cotton Celt," "Developing the
St. Francis Country," "The Diversilier,"
a fruit and truck growers' journal.
Un first and third Tuesdays of March
8nd April the Cotton Celt Route will sell
one-way tickets from St. Lotus, Thebes,
Cairo and Memphis, to points in Arkan-
cn Louisiana and Texas, at half the one-
way rate plus $2, or round trip ticket's at
one fare for the round trip plus $2.
For full information, address
E. W. UaCeai me,
General Passenger and Ticket A cent,
St. Louio, Mo.
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lJ Hi ,(1" lHcr f.r.d If' 'jay troubles I bifid
.. ;r, vr.ii.,e tlr' 1 no trt-itriH'tit lit liil, Jl " '1
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v.i.n til. ss ntruiiis '.luit will un'y
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r:.rt rli'tit una tirt ry-t tinv
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iii'.y IJalri. Itvit: euro vou Ki in i
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sirmitr, wi-ll uiifl t e iithy n-.'t.in. "i ' ' vl
V .- ml for our to(Mlei Mi nul 11 Kw
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b;i q if , d,-fin-t keep it. wr.a 'is p. i ij
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.iJturesH i: a liotLie. tl.ki.:(.s
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TKE OR. J.H.MrlE.lN r.iEOiCriE CO,
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11. T''irr',r. 'r',o'..fiv n-."w..,; .M I
tin,! ifcjftWJJA-i...ilJt'-g"V Xi...i I m "" I
ntsoLirnoNS of icksI'Kct.
1 lie followmirri'soliitioiis wore atlojitod
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by the Sunday Bcbool at I.ttlileliom last
Wo, your committee appointed to draft
rOSollltioilS With rt'ftn'IlCt! to tllC tlcatll of
Ira. Sallie Lashlee, Lei to snbtnit the
f 01 1 W i II
Whereaf, on Tuesday nitiM, ftlay 2(
VW', at the hour of 10, when the twin
ehadoiss of silence and darkness hovered
like a benediction o'er the still, pulseless
world and the inmates ct the homes ot the
surroundini; neighbors were wrapt in the
amis of Morpheus after the cares of the
day, thon it was that death, that unwel-
come visitor, which sooner or latercomes
tn nil homes, pnterpd the abode of our
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friend and brother, Hon. A. P. Lashlee,
and bore away on its cold bosom a faith
" devoted wife, a fond and lovin
mother, a true friend, a good neighbor
, ....i rhristian
Death came to her "like a thief in the
night," unexpected, unbidden ; it crossed
th0 tliresll0UI 01 a liaPPJ' t0 l,lllcli
f i-i'-i ilir t3nff,l nllni fltri rmr avai- l.li-ft-v
1U11 llJ,; r,nv'cu aluu IIICWUCDCI OIUOJ11
inL flower of wifelv devotion and mother
iy love that grew in the rich affections of
a husband's devotion and flourished in
t"e obedience and love ot Her children
n'i. i,i. l ,:i.. t ti.
iitii iiiub iiiij.ij'jf i.uuiij Din louiiiri
( .i, o:i k,.,! .i,t
took of tho pvpnintr menlalthon.ri, fi.t,
" o is
clouds that now hanca over that home
were lowerin2 and uaUierinc- no thomzht
of coming sorrow obtruded itself upon
thoni, and little didthey think that ere
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0f iihtand open to the "azoof a wakin"
world another day thaton the black wings
of tho uik-ht then fathering about tl.em
wsin snpftdin lhf nntrnl nf ph in sl.rnn
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tn at nome in 2100111 by ciaiminc tor its
una a vi no kiivj iiioiiici . on iinjiej aim
niysterious are the ways of providence,"
and to its stern decree we must all bow in
niwk submission, knowing that death is
tlie fcna o; a" earthly existence, but to
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one w no n;.s uvea as sue uvea it is out
the beginning of life eternal.
Earlv in life she allied herself with the
M. E. Church, South, and as a member
of thischurchand Sundav school she was
ever a true and faithful follower of that
little flag Jesus himself unfurled amid the
olive-girdled hills of Judea: therefore.
Resolved, that we received the sad in-
telligence of Mrs. Lashlee's death with
feelinL'S of unfeicned crief ami roinvif
r: a - - --- .v.v.v,
that in hex demise this church and Sun-
day school has lost one of its most ardent
and useful members, and that we bear
willing testimony to her worth and merit
as a wife, mother and friend, and that we
commend her many christian virtues as
worthy the emulation of others.
Resolved, that while we mourn herlos3
we bow in meek, submission to the will
of Him who has said he will mark even
the sparrow's fall, knowing that in the
end "all will yet be well," while deep in
our hearts we cherish her precious mem-
ory so long as life shall last,
Resolved, that we extend to the be-
our hearts there'wells up an earnest pray-
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er that they who sit in the shadows of
sorrow and grief may, with an eye of
grief, see through the clouds of gathorim
gloom and blinding tears the star of hope
beckoning them on to a higher and a
brighter existence and a happy reunion
To the husband, bowed with grief and
groping m the darkness of dispair, we
wouldbrizigthe precious promisesof Him
who "loveth while he chasteneth " To
il,0i,..i.i,.i i,a,i i.,...f. I ..
W'"V " , .Ul"' ur,uw P:lr
. a iu e una ecpnjg ior ."-.mother, ".'C
! them in
li ii liiitnt.- ("it it liiinl v. i' tin- .i"keii mi.!
Iilrcdiii In ai t.-i of tlni.ii- ..!.' I'clifVi- aii'l
iiu-t in iiim.
J.i-Hf'h i 'I fur' Ik r, lb. 'if the' c rcx'ilntii'i.H
lie M'lt .i'I iii'i'ii llii' huti-s i 'I I'tir nu
lla V M In "'I. n I'PV fill lli-!nil llif 1 II I II V' (1
f.tmily, iimi I in: IAmi i l hkmnk i k r
lilllil U'.ll lull.
..rs. JullV . M MIU.N,
MlH. I!. C. r.M!l!AH,
Mrs. J, Kh it Tii im
Tht- r.t iitnii County 'I a.-ln-rs Associrx-
timi will inci't Ht t'atit'K-:i .June I'll, 1'. ".".
m volioiial exereiM'. iy tin' Ki-v. J. M.
Wi'lcoiiit' tplilrt'si, hv I.nt'ni-r Hollinfj-
wortli; i('Sioiif-c, by Kay l'all .ril.
Vlmt is tin? l-.-t nir-thml of ili-veliiiii'
power in j'ttjiiln, by illiatn Malin, Joe
OillennJ I'.i'ttin Cai riii''!oii.
Has teacli'm a tt-inli-iifv to spoil ilu
(liHpoftilion of a toiti litT? by 0. A. ClU y,
C. V. Kee and ICthcl Cooper.
Sin hi 11 tin pteHcnt nunibcr of schools
be reduceil to about ono-lhinl ami tntiiH-
portalion luniislitMi stuilciits ltvinir too
far to attend? bv Jackson Allen, -Metla
lireaden ami Walter Ilassell.
Collec tion el (jtu-ries.
Discussion of ijueries
coiu rii ns(n,i,iv ,ftli
sc!ioril"Ucts of ti c
ones? bv H. D.
t 1 l "i . n
and Charhs 1 1
Should each county have a uniform
teachers' salary for all primary schools
by Nattie Odle, Albert Allen and Lucian
Dest method of teaching primary '"U
raphy, rranmiar and history, by O. ti.
IVrkins, FlorenceNanceatid Alma neer.
Should we have a county ltiiih school?
by A. M. Smith and W. T. Morris.
Chainnan Cominittoe on Program
I am in neod of a few reliable, energetic
men to act as aeiit for the sale of nursery
stock. Previous experience not essential.
l-ive, active men can earn :ood wages.
For terms address, giving full name, ae
W. Y. C. GRANT,
STKAYED FROM HOMK.
i dark bay mare, white spot in fore
head, branded on left hip, long tail, 8 or
0 vears old. barefooted, and she had on a
leaHier headstall. Will nav reasonable
reward for her recovery.
T. 0. Bishop.
A CAl'.U TO T1IK I'UllUC.
Editor Tiik CiutoMci.K
The blackest criminal in the State is
beld guiltless in the eyes of the law until
suflicient evidence lias-been prothiced to
Prove 1118 R"'
V lth a vievv to destroying my charac
Ii. !.. . i i i e
lnu unngmg reproacn upon me lamuy
name- my enemies are circulating a re
port which I denounce through the col
I . . .
uumsof Tnn Ciikonici.k as wholly anun
truth; further, I solicit investigation in
regaru to any oi my conduct. A tree is
I . . .
known by Its fruit. tLMER ICK
O., .vi, In.. T..,i n inno
On the first Monday In July, next, at
the court-bouse door in the town of Cam
llen Benton County, Tennessee, I will
011er Ior PubUc Kaie aU 01 lhe real estate
ue'ongins to delinquent tax payers lor
llieyear 1902, a description of which real
estllte cau 1)6 seen uPon Uie l)00'iS in my
0IU('e ana 11 saiU sale, is not completed
on said first JNlonday m .July the same
continue from day to day until com
P,eted. G. YV. E. HERRIN,
mm Mm m .
MP!tlRlli!5 pVPHjfl SPIPlllHP
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Newspaper of the-South
450 Special Correspondents, Covering Six
Market Keports a Speclaltr, HeinAccu
rate, Concise, Complete, and 1.1 Hours
Ahead of All Competitors.
The Scimitar's new home gives it the hand-
so"t';t 'marters, the most perfect, eiiuipment,
and the liest faculties tor gettni" and piintiii"
the news ot any paper in the South.
lhe scimitar has urn agents, and wants ;tn
agent in every town not at, present represented .
Subscribers noiv will get benelit of the forth
coming Hoiisewarining Edition.
Fifty cents per month, $1 .fin for three mouths,
?.'.r.(i for six mouths, j3.oo per year.
WANTKD A trustworthy gentleman orlady
111 eac!) county to manage business for an old es
,lib!lsl"'(l solid linancial standing. A
;lKlt, lona fide weekly salary of ?is.o paid by
'-heck inch Wednesil.ty with all expenses direct
- froim-c-ulipwrters. Money advanced forexpen-
j ses. ,. MaiuiL-er, :,) Uxtou lhuUlun;, Chicago,
fc . - ... -i
'l'lui Kind You l!a Ahvii;,s l?itr;Iit l;;is hormi the ht;;na
t lire of Clia. II. I letclicr, Jitil bus l-ccii uanl.i inuh-r lii.H
1 r-nial Miperhiou i'r o r Hit ars. Allow mi (inn
to decrivo vou in thi. !oi!iit'.'it( Ia, Iniilatioim inul
tIii-t-:s-;ool " nres ltit, I.j iiiu n(-. ;tii! i iulaiicr llio
Jiealtll of Children lXiM-iiciuo n-'aint L'. ju iiiiM iit.
What is CASTOR! A
C'itterla in .1 lianoles snlistidilo r 'ist(r Oil, rare
j'orie, l)ro- ami Sootli'ur.r S.Mi'px. It is i'l;a:uit. It
(int iiiisi neillier Opimti, lorpliino irr oilier parrot i!
M!ishmec. Its aire is its guarantee. It destroys i mi ;
mid allays l-Yvei-i.-liness. It cures Diari bo a ami Viiilt A
Colic. ItrrlieM-s 'I'ci-I liinrr Troulde, nrcs (!oulip;ilioii
mid I'latuU'iiey. It assimilates tin Food, rrulati-s tlij
Stonmcli mid iSov.cN, niiimr liealtli.r and natural sleep
Tho Children's Panacea Tho iMotli. r'.s l'ri. nd.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Ucg For
TMCCCNMUH COMNV, TT
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INSURE IN AN AMERICAN
OF NEV YORK
Against Loss by Fire, Lightning
V. II. IIOOSKR
Can always be found at Benton County
WAN 1 KD Kvoryhody to know tint yon don't
Have to sillier any longer with (imiiulateil
I'.yeilds, Soi'o Kyes, nor to il l vt your eyes water,
iti-li, liiini, smart, mini up, nr wild hair to null.
hi'canst) vou cati cine yourself at home with Dr.
1. UAKHNKLK'S K V K RKMKDV, No mat
ter how severe t he ca se i -i, nor ol hiv Ion j si a nd
int:, his remedy can and will cure you. it has
pared hundreds of Minn's alter doctors and other
remedies had lailed. rito tor a tieti sample;
it will sure eoiiviue you that you can and will he
cured; cost you not liin.tr to ;,ve it a trial. Ad
dress Ur. 1). ; i;i 1NKLK, iiiKi i North Summer
street, Nashville, itain.
WANTKD A trustworthy neatlvnian or lady
in each county to numai'e business for an old es
tablished house of sold linaueia' statu! inir. A
straight, liona tide weekly salary ot Is.iKt paid by
cheek eaidi Wednesday with all expenses direct
from headquarters. Money advanced for ex pen.
ses. Manager, iSWCaxton lluildinj;, t'hieai;o.
MACISTHATR'S WARRANTS, Kxecntions,
and State Warrants lor sale at Til f, ('it i;on
iclk olllce. Other blanks printed to order.
OUR joh printing facilities are first-class, and
our specialty is .rood work. Estimates (and
samples where possible) will be furnished 011 ap
plication. Address T 1 1 K Cmtu it'l.K, Camden,
D liny n
I have moved to tho northeast corner of
court square, near Stigali & Potts' store,
where I have all the latest Parisian and
New York styles of Hats
EYrEKY ONE A BEAUTY !
No such exhibition of Millinery has ever
bean made in Denton County. In tho light
of my experience iu the millinery business
I do not hesitate to say that I have learned
the ueeda of tho ladies, and I am better pro
pared than ever before to supply them.
Come anl seo my bright fresh stock.
You will bo pleased with my Hat? and yon
will appreciate tho prices. We continuo
the policy of best value.-j and lowest prices.
Every one welcome.
Over 30 Years.
UWRAV TPrCT NtW VOBK ClTV.
i'il TIIK ia:ST ALL AUOUNI) FAMILY D.
An Expiimiit of Appliinl ClM-lstlnnlty.
Independent In I'olillrn.
lias smnet'iin of interest for every memher
(if the household.
Farm iiml Garden Depart miMit.
eiilldieu'H Oepai tiiinnt,'
Spirit of tlie Tress,
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Itotiious in Character.
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(Id y Si'lio ii Lesson, Christian ICndeavor mi ''
l'i'(rtli League 1'onios, ,Mothirs' Sabbath
teinooii with t!ie Children, and MUcullati '
ONLY FIFTY CENTS A YF.AR.
The Sabbat!) Readinu' ami Tiik CiutOXK'Ln''
combined, only t? 1 .on a year.
The Witness, Sabbatli Readiiiff and Till!.
CIIRON'H'LK combiued, Si .73 a year.
These three papers combined allord a liberal.
FOR S.VLU A good second hand Cornet; in
strument as good as new. Will sell for half its
cost. Apply to.l. V.TRAVIS, Camden, Tenn.
TIIK CIIROMCLI! will be mailed to nor
lidilrens for Sl.00 per year.
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