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A COCNrV MCWHI-AI-KK.
TrcLisnKu Wkkkly at Camdkn, Tkkn.
I Nil Hf OAT (.AMDtN AH bFCOKO ClAl.tMAIl MAI if H
IH.sini.ss annoi n( i:m st.
The subscription pii'-f of 'I iikCiiiiuvii U
H.oh " r )i-iir; r.i iinls i"r six mouth; a" nuts
I'll' lliirc Hiiilil In, wlitih p"silivelv iniltl be paid
In advaiue. All KiilMt rlpllons vmII he promptly
nI'M'I'i'il tit i'ni.ili"ii nl 1 . 1 1 1 1' paid lor.
( Hilt Hill illij ilUlll.ll' nollri-1 ill lie chalked fur
ftt the rat- ill a ends per Inn. We will furnish
rate tor display ami limit udvei Using on Hpplicit-
News com mini leal Ions mill n i t I ' les oti quest hunt
of iiililii' inlei est are Htilicllitl, lint c iiisume mi
'l'SllIISllllllly fill' lilt' eXpleStllltlS I'lMllMllH tl In nil
hih'Ii con 1 111 ii n leu 111 ins hi nl hi lit lin published.
liemittallCCS (Mil be mailt! Ill VHI HUH WHVH IllJlt
Bin peiterlly safe, but hII ii'iiiitUiiecx ttciil ait'Ht
rink of till' sender.
All teiiuttnnres mitt business coiiiinnnleatlons
should In' sent to TRAVIS J'.ROS.,
Telephone '.".1. ( 'iMiitli'ii, Tfim
FRIDAY, JUNK 1903.
A (,Vnli'i ville Hjiccinl of Satur
dny to tlio Niibhvillo Daily Xws
"Much lms lx'tMi ii ported about
the proposed saloon for l'ukervillf.
In connection therewith has conie
an additional repwrt of u j:rowin
disposition nnd desire on tho part
of the young people of that section
to quit tho drink 1mbit that has
boon so notoriously bad down that
"For a long tiiuo tho Tennessee.
Kivor boats have boon tho medium
through which tho people were
furnished 'rod juice,' landing it in
groat quantities from bt. Lo.is,
ri;i:siDi:NT HoosKvr.LT doborvfs pftducah and other accessible
Rome-credit. Helms destroyed the imints lmt of laf a tm- has boon
j........ , . L- -
llanna "bossism" in the llepubli- put to th shipment of the stiitf,
and it is now almost impossible to
et whisky into that section, only
a little at a time, and, as a result,
AViiEN our Republican friends
' 1 ' ' I lli . . .-. . I A . . . I .... . . . . . . r u r j f . 1' ' 1 , . .
A J n.l I n ili ,,,I1.miI .4 nml v.ii.ww
tx .. . ou tu kiu iuium ii, mill inn vvjuiil:
J'emocratic roostora. ,
men nave agreed to quit it eniire-
Tiie Democratic party does not b', and thus revolutionie that
propose to equalize wealth, it pro- country for the cause of temper
poBes to equalize opportunity to ance and sobriety, which now char-
gain wealth and to restainthepow- acterizo nearly every other section
er of corporate greed. 111 the btate.
"It is feared that mkervule will
The Chronicle gives a great open iier tioors to anybody dispos-
Lig hearty welcome to the teachers ej t0 Bet up a saloon, and should
who will be with us on tomorrow. 1 mis be the case there would be
Their presence and smiling faces Uighty little hope for the young
always actlike refreshingsunshine. men of that town and vicinity.
"It appears that Bakerville now
boasts of the fact that she was once
incorporated, and some of her peo-
I 1 - r i r nncf oiQa nvni 4lm nrnl
As usual we exteud r, .... , ... , . ,
aouiiy oi wuiSKy ueing legally soiu
in their midst That section was
most bitterly opposed to the pas
sage of the Adams bill, and since
that town is so stuck on old 'John
1 f.At'll I IIH" ASnOOIATION.
' lie r.t nton County TYii.-ln-rH' A-'m-timi
will ii.irt at Ciiia. li'ii Juno "l, l'n.:.
lii'vulimial fxi ri i.1-!', 1 y tin Ki-v. J. M.
W elt i 'iii iiiMri'n, liy IiiitliiT Hnl!iii."
wi i'li; 1'i'f J" iii-i", I'V Kay I'.ill'ur.l.
What is tin- best lin'tlni'! nf 1 1 J . i ' i r
powtr in 'ii'i)H, liy William M.ilin, J hi
(),ll( ami l'n llit' Carrinttm.
Has trndiinn a tiMiilnicv to f-p'til the
tli; i'Mitii)ii of a tt arlit'i '.' Jiy O. A. I'tlcy,
C. V. Keo ami Ktln-I Coopi r.
Shonltl llic jirosi'iit iimnlior "f hcIiooIs
it'ilnci'il to about ont'-tliiril tunl trans
ioilatiou fiirnulu'tl Htinloiits livinir too
tar to attend? by Jaekmiii Alleti, .Metta
i fuiU i) ami Walter Ila.sHell.
Collection ft queries.
JiiM'iision of queries.
1D yuu think tho last rcJiooI nets of tbf
general assembly yooil ones? by li. .
Jolinso!!, lU'ttio FmiswoII ami Charles II.
Slioiiltl each county have a uniform
teachers' salary for all primary schoola?
by Nattie Otlle, Albert Allen ami litician
Host methotl of teaching primary
raphy, grammar ami history, by (). (J.
Perkins, Florence Nance ami Alma(!reer.
Shoulil wo havo a county hij;li school?
by A. M. Smith ami W. T. Morris.
Ki.iiiinr Fi.ouf.nl e,
Chairman Committee on Program.
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I am in nooil of a few reliable, energetic
men to act as aent for the sale of nut serv
tncl. Previous experience not essent ial.
ive,. active men can earn gootl waes,
or terms nthlress, givin full name, age
and reference, W. Y. C. CI II A NT,
TnE Beutou County Teachers'
Institute will meet here on next
Monday, arid promises to be large
a hearty welcome, and the people
of Camden and vicinity will do the
proper. thing in furnishing enter
tainment for their guests.
WE acknowledge receipt of a Barleycorn' it may be xpected
copy of the official bulletin of the something will soon happen in the
sixth international convention of hogs of Humphreys.
fli Finwnrth Tipftfiifi at Rotroit.
Mich., July 16-19, 1903. One fare Wanted-A few loada of stove
for the round trip on all railroads. wood in change for subscription
For full information write to the
chairman of. the press committee,
Eugene Allen, I05 Twenty-fourth
Street, Detroit, enclosing a self-
to TnE CnnoNiCLE.
On the first Monday In July, next, at
ii. t i .1 : ii. i t n
I it Tl I iiinif r'AA W loin 1 nnnhovo I
WMlw , T,tnn Honnlv. TmnftiWM. T will
Association will hold its meeting Lffer for public sale all of the real estate
this year at Monteagle beginning belonging to delinquent tax payers for
July 28. Arrangements have been. the 'ear m2 a description of which real
' . , , , - estate can be seen upon the books in my
uiuue iui a uu iUA office, and if said sale is notcomnleted
rpund trip on all railroads. HUB on said first Monday in July the same
is an excellent opportunity to spend will continue from day to day until com
a week's vacation at the most de
lightful summer resort in the
South, and at the same time attend
the meeting of the State teachers'
G. V. E. IIERRIX,
THE BUSINESS MAN.
The following has been going
the round of the press throughout
"The business man's life is full of
croses and temptation. He comes
into this world without his consent,
goes Aut against h8 wi and the
trip- between the two extremities
is exceedingly rocky. The rule of
contraries is one of the important
features of the trip. When he is
little , the. big girls kiss him, and
when he.is.big the little girls kiss
him. If ho..raises a large family he
is a chump, but if he raises a small
check he is a thief and a fraud and
is shunned like a Chinaman with
the seven year itch. If he is poor
he is a bad manager; if he's-rich he
is dishonest; if he's in politics, it's
for pie; if he's out of politics, you
can't tell where to place him, and
he's no good to his country; if he
don't give to charity he's a stingy
cuss and lives only for himself; if
lie lives to an old age he has missed
his calling. He is introduced to
this world by a doctor, and to the
next world by the same process.
i I have had occasion to use yourt
The road is rocky, but man likes to jf
Black-Drautfht Stock and Poultry Medi-
cine and am pleased to say that I never
used anything for itock that gave half as
good satisfaction. I heartily recom
mend it to all owners oF stock.
J. B. BELSHER, St. Louis, Mo.
Sick stock or poultry should not
eat cheap stock food any more than
sick persons should expect to be
cared by food. When your stock
and poultry are sick give them med
icine. Don't stuff them w ith worth
less stock foods. Unload the bowels
anil stir up the torpid liver and the
animal will be cured, if it be possi
ble to cure it. Black-Draught Stock
and Poultry Medicine unloads the
bowels and stirs up the torpid liver.
It cures every malady of stock :i
taken in time. Secure a 2-r-cent can
of Ulack-Draurrbt Stock and Poultry
Medicine and it will pay for itself ten
times over. Horses work better. Cows
pive more milk. Hogs gain flesh.
And hens lay niore eggs. It solves the
Sroblem of making as much blood,
esh and energy as possible out of
the smallest amount of food cmi-
sumed. Lay a can trom your dealer.
'Hie Kind You l!av Always I'.otu.lit Ii;vh nm (ho sijrr. i
luro of Ch:". 11. Fletcher, and ha Loon laado under his
lorson:il N'ijx rMon (r oe; :; yonrs. Allow no ono
to iloooivo you In thU. Coimtorioits, Imitations ntul
Iiit-as-j,'o'od " nro hut r.xpermieiiN, stud ondangcr Iho
health of Children Fpoii neo n;;ainst Jixperiiiteiit.
What is CASTORIA .
Casloria i a harmless suhstilulo for Caslor Oil, l'aro
Horie, Drops nnd Soothing- .Syrups. It Ls Pleasant. It
contains lieHher Opium, Tdorphino nor other jS'arooth;
Mihs(ance. Its .ro is i(s piaranteo. It destroys Worm 4
nml allays 1 Vverishnoss. It cures Diarrlura. anil Wiiul
Colic. It relieves Tet'thin Trouhles, cures ConsUpatioii ,
nnd l'Jatulenev. It assimilates tho Fool, regulates tho V
Stomach stud Bowels, fciviiiu: healthy and natural Meep.
The Children's l'anacea Tlio Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signaturo of
V K&'S W
Use For Over 30 Year
THl CCNTAUft COV.PANV. T7 MURRAY STUCCT, NtW YORK CITY.
IINbUHt I IN
LET LS VVi.r VOU FIN!. A UOMK IN
1 11 K SOU T IJ v Ksa-.
Alonj: the Cotton Pell Route, where
and Ciiu be bou;lit for $2, $" nn acre
up cut-over limber iiums tnat nllonls
t'ood range for live stock; jU:h bottom
uids for corn, wheat oats, cotton; up-
auds for fruits and vegetables peaches,
pears, plums, strawberries, tomatoes, po
tatoes , on ions , melons fi ud i n g nood niar-
kets at fancy prices in the north on ac
count of excellent qualities and marketing
ahead of other sections. A land where
iving is cheap lumber at $7 to $S per
thousand, fuel for the cutting, range for
the stock nearly the year round, garden
truck for the table from March to Decem
ber. The farmer who pays high rent in
the North, or tills worn out soil in the
ast, 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," "Glimpses of Southeast Mis
souri, Arkansas and rsortnwest Jxmisi-
ana," "Through Texas With a Camera,"
"Fortunes in Growing Fruits ejid Vege
tables," "List of Real Estate Agents
Along the Cotton Belt," "Developing the
St. Francis Country," "The Diversifier,
a fruit and truck growers' journal.
Un first and third Tuesdays of; March
ami April the Cotton Belt Route will sell
one-way tickets from St. Louis, Thebes,
Cairo and Memphis, to points in Arkan
sas, Louisiana and Texas, at half the one
way rate plus .$2, or round trip tickets at
one fare for the round trip plus $2,
For full information, addreRS.
E. W. LaBkaume,.
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
1012 Jefferson St., Nashville, Tenx
April 23, 1903.
This is to certify that I suffered with
granulated eyelids and sore eyes during
the last twenty years. My eyes were itch'
ing and watering dayand night. My eye
lashes cama out until my eyelids became
as bald as ex-Gov, Bob Taylor's head.
No one knows howunuch I suffered, only
God and myself. I, had lost all hope of
ever being cured, but, fortunately for me
my wife noticed onj day last February
Dr. D. Garfinkle's advertisement in the
Nashville Daily News .offering a free sam
pie of his Eye Remedy, so she insisted on
getting one. Having lost faith in al 1 eye
remedies, I said it was unless to try it,
but in order to please my wife, I got one
sample and begau using it as directed
and to my astonishment, my eyes began
to improve at once, and after using three
full-size bottles, I am happy to say that
my eyes are permanently cured, and
have to-day new eyelashes. I feel am
look like a new man. I pray that Got
may bless my wife ami Dr. Garfinkle with
his wonderful Eye Remedy.
Re spectfully, B. F. Trimkosk
I r I 'v
We promptly obtain U. S. and Foreign
( rtond model, stetell or photo ot hiT ution ioi
nvciqriiiuu tHfllUHM uiy. ror XI'6 DOCK,
: ie,,.; ami "TRADE-MARKS vr
Opposite U. S. Patent Oftlce
OF NEV YORK
Against Loss by Fire, Lightning
W. FI. HOOSER
Can always be (ountl at Benton Cunnty
ASTKI) hveryixiilvtoknowfliMt you don't
V liuve to -stiUt'i' any ltHiUfi" Willi (iranuliUi'tl
Kvelitls, Sorn Kyes, inn- to.h;ve your eyes v;iUt,
itdi, burn, smart. Rum up, .or wild hair to pull,
because you can curt' yourself at homo with Dr.
1). rA tl' INKI,K' S KYIi Iv li .il K I V . No mat
ter how severe Mm case is, nor of how Ions shunt
tut;, liis remedy can ami will cure you. It has
cured hundreds of others after doctors and other
remedies had failed. Write for a free sample;
it will sure convince you that you can anil will be
cured; cost you no) hint; to give it a trial. Ad
dress Dr. 1). (;.VKl''INK,K,u!):i North Summer
Street, N.ishville, Tenu.
R3H York VJsskljj Vjitaess
Til 1C r.KHT ALL AROUND FAMILY ' J
Ail Kxponent of Applied Clirlstianlty.
Inln'eiitlnt In 1'olllleiK
II vs S'liivthin'i of nitoiet for every member
of the household.
Farm ami G iiden I)mrtiiiint.
Spirit of the Ties
ONLY ONE noi.L.VU A YLV
The AVitness and Tuk Camdkn Cuiiosr icle
combined, only a yeau
AVANTKD-A trustworthy ceiitleinan or ladv
in each county to inauaijo busines) for an old es
tablished house of sold llnaneial Ktamiin. A
straight, bona title weekly salary of !s.uo paid liy
check each Wednesday with all expenses direct
from headquarters. Money advanced forexpen-
ses. Aiauager, HK'axioii nuiitiniK, uincauo.
MAdlSTHATE'S WARRANTS, Executions,
and State Warrants for sale at Tuk Cmioj.
ici.k oltice. Other blanks printed to ortier.
OUH job printing facilities are first-class, and
our specialty is cootl work. Kstimates (and
samples where possible) will be furnished on ap
plication. Address Tiik UiiaoMChK, Caintien,
A Sijtteoii-Iii;e Weekly Piiper Solely
Jtelilotis iu Clittntcter.
Nil news: no Politico. Stories, Poetry, Si
day School Lesson, ('liristiaii Kitdeavor
I'.pwJM tli League lopies, Mothers' Sabbat
teinooii wiMi t;ie Ch.ldieu, and MisoelUi
ONLY FUTY CENTS A Yli.VJt.
The Sabbath I'eadinn and Tuk CiiHONlf'lTjt"
combinctl, only 1 .ot) a year.
The Witness, Sabbath Reading and TIIK
CHliONK'LIC combined. Sl.T.'i a vear.
These three papers combined a HortL liberal
FOR SALIC A Rood second hand Cornet; in
strunient as good as new. Will sell for half its
cost. Apply to .1. V. TltAA'lS, Camden, Tenu.
TI1R CHRONICLK will b mailed to auj;
address for $1.00 per year.
I have moved to the northeast corner of J
court square, -near Stigall & Potts' store,' ..ywf
whore I have all the latest Parisian and
New York styles of Hats
EVERY ONE A BEAUTY I
No such exhibition of Millinery has eAer ,vi.
been made in Benton County. Iuthelisht
of my experience in the millinery business jf
I do not hesitate to say that I have learned'
tho needs of the ladies, and I am better pre
pared than ever before to supply them.
I wn a yontiniiMsg oi our pst imm
Come and see my bright fresh stock.
You will bo pleased with my Hats and you
will appreciate the prices. We continue
the policy of best values and lowest prices.
Every one Avclcome.
4rovol If " .
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