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'.I lie Kind Vim ll;m Alunyy Koii-ht lias Imnm Itio signa
ture of (Jlius. II. I'lctcher, ;uhI Ikis Jtecn undo under IiU
M'i'snii:il Mipcri Mou lor law :iOc;trs. A I !w no onn
to decip jdii in tliis. i'oimlci Teil-, Imitation nnl
' ,7ut-as-good " ::re but Fj rinients, jum! endanger Uio
licnllh of Children Kxpci iciico :iaint Fj cniuent.
What is CASTORIA
Cnstorli Ih a Inmnlcss substitute lor Cn-tor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops ami Sootliinr Nvnqw. It is IMca-ant. It
contain lie idler Opium, jMorpliino nor other .Narcotic
substance. Its sure is its guarantee. It ilcstrnys WnniM
and allays 1 Yvcri-hness. It cures Di.w i ho a ami Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures 'on.t ipation
iw.d flatulency. It assimilates the Sod, regulates tho
N!oina ami ilowcls, ;iiicr healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
Tie Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THI CtNTAUR COMPANV. TT MURRAY THECT, NEW YORK CITY.
T'i It be lffld t Canideii on Monday, t ho
21 Hi l)ny of AiitfiiHt, r0.t.
s lion. AV. W. Ogilvie, Stato com
missnnior of nyriculturc, reiino&ts
n liiectlnL; of the 15enton County
Farmers' Institute at Camden on
Monday, August ,21, nt '.) o'clock,
a. in., when the following jn'ogiam
will bo carried out:
Horticulture Col. J. AY. Koso
tnan, of Crockett County.
Live Stock Hon. K. II. Ivit-
trell, State live stock inspector.
Theory and Common Sense in
Farming Capt. Thomas II. l'aine
of Madison County.
Poultry liaising Holcoml) Rob
ertson, of Chester County,
iy) The Agricultural Department of
" Tennessee Hon. T, AV. Ogilvit ,
commissioner of agriculture.
Good Roads Jerome II. Hud
flon and. J. P. Lashlee of lenton
Insect Enemies to Fruit Culture
Prof. S. M. Pain, of Knox Coun
tv. This lecture will be illustrated
with steriopficon views.
Our llural Schools- S. A. Myn
ler, State superintendent of pub
1 lie instruction.
iv xVn important matter before the
I institute will be the election of
xlelegates to the division institute
to be held at Jackson in the fall
All the people are cordially in
riled to attend.
FROM CHALK LEVEL.
( tippciivl oon-cspoiKl'.'tscp. I
i! - Miss Pettie Poswcll is teaching
n good school.
Crops are looking more promis-
-ing since the recent rains.
" Rev. II. R. Mitchell tilled his
regular appointment here Sunday
Tic hauling is giving regular
employment to some of our hust
Gid French died this morning,
V consumption, leaving a widow
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"aiia inreo iniiuieu.
Mrs. Af. P. Saunders is spend
.ins: the week with relatives am'
friends at Hickman, Ky.
Chalk Level, August 1.
The CnnoxrcLE and the Nash
ville Daily News, both for $3.23. .
I have a remnant of rice sum
.aier hats which will be closed out
Mrs .S. J. THAT!
SOUTH CAMDEN ITEMS.
J. AY. I'atemnu is still engaged
in loading staves.
The bridge builders' boarding
car is with us this week.
.Tad: Peaslej is out and at work
again, after a week's grunting.
Mr. Hooper is Inking up that
jig pile of lumber mentioned Inst
T. J. Throgmorfon, the genial
ax handle man, is still with us, at
J. 11. Hudson's.
James E. Totty was taken quite
ill Mondtiv, but his condition is
improving, we are pleased to learn.
Foreman S. II. Hall's crew of
section hands are cleaning up the
railroad until it begins to look like
Health is good throughout this
Miss Delia Lockhart ie teaching
school at Pleasant Ridge.
S. A. Ilerrin has let the contract
to have a new dwelling house built.
Horace Ilerrin of Carlersville,
111., is here on a visit to. relatives
Mrs. Margaret Pomar of Paris
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
S. A. Ilerrin.
The protracted meeting will be
gin at Paker's Chapel the fourth
Sunday in this month.
Richard Rayburn and wife of
Union City came in Saturday to
spend a few weeks with relatives
Mr. Matthews has concluded to
not employ any more negro labor at
his stave mill. There are plenty
of white men here to do the work.
There, was a large attendance at
the opening of the meeting at Ram
ble Creek Sunday. There were
some, however, who had no respect
for themselves or anyone else and
went there drunk. They indulged
in cursing, and several pistol shots
were fired. A stop should be put
to such disturbances.
GitErxtmiEK, August 4.
TnE Chi;ontcle wants an active
correspondent in every locality in
Denton County. AYrite to us for
circular letter of instructions, etc.
AA? want the news of the count.
Pring or send us your news of
general inteiest, and we will pub-
Y.ih .it with pleasure.
PLPiSUNAL AND LOCAL NEWS.
II. II. I:.;...,.s h-is. ;nrt.b'!!it-
dny this week.
Tom ('. !!) of J'nis was in the
Y. (1. l)"tn of Henderson was
in the city yesterday. '
Plot raited nit eting isinprogn ss
nt l'ontonk this week.
I)eputy Collector Es-snry (if Li x
ington was here Wednesday.
Miss Eva Stem is vi.-iting rela
tives and fiieiids nt Pig Sandy.
31 rs. J. S. Haley has been (juile
hick this week, but is some better.
S. M. Naifeh is spending the
week with relatives at Hickman,
C. T. I'rediec n of Memphis has
joined his family here for a short
AYill Robins of Nashville sjvent
a few dayt- here th ' hitter part of
E. L. Slem has returned from
AY ay, where he has been spending
Noah Davidson of Claud has re
turned home from a lengthy stay
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ai j e 1 1 mini, jio. ,j
Mrs. AY. S. Corbitt and children
have reiurned from a visit to her
mother at Ralston.
Rev. G. AY. Florence of Stokes
paid us a pleasant call Saturday
while here on a visit.
Mrs. Pettio Cunningham left
yesterday for Union City to visit
relatives and friends.
The friends of C. 0. Ilubbs are
glad to see him able to be at his
place of business again.
Newt Powles, who has been vis
iting his brother, Allie Y. Powles,
has returned to Pig Sandy.
Nathan AYilson of Peaverdam
has returned home from a visit to
relatives in North Carolina.
Edgar Trovillinn of Chicago is
spending the week lit re with the
family of his uncle, Joe J. AYeath-
U. A. Potts has reiurned from
an extended trip to North Caroli
na, where he spent a few weeks
Mrs. T. A. Ellington and two
children and nurse of Knoxville
are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. II. Hall.
D. J. McRae and Charles Ad
kins are down on Pig Sandy River
where they are putting in a plant
to cut ax handles.
MesdamesF. E. McElyea, James
Jeffreys and Mollie Austin are vis
iting relatives and friends in Hum
phreys County this week.
The Dig Sandy band came up
Monday and went with the home
band to Franklin to attend the en
campment of the State militia.
James P. A'ickrey was called to
Huntingdon AA'ednesday to see his
family, who were taken suddenly
ill while visiting friends and rela
tives at that place.
J. J. Cole of Garfield returned
home last week from a trip to Ar
kansas, bringing w it'll him his eon,
Cornelius, whom he found very ill
at Marmaduke, Ark.
Couuty Clerk AY. D. Cooper has
issued marriage licenses to G. AY.
Smith and Lucinda Daggett, AYill
AYheatley and Lola Laury, Noah
Davidson and Lizzie Farmer.
G. P. Holladay handed us a reg
ular freak in the way of an ear of
corn Monday. It is a nubbin, and
is surrounded by seven small nub
bins. It crew on the stalk where
corn really ought to grow, yet each
, null ends in a tassel.
( i. 1 '. ( ! I t er Juts el.. 'I I ge of t h"
'I'lk's olliee while I'oillity ( ' I e k
Y. D. (.'oop r is nb.-eiit at 1'iunk
lin. Aeklin Errii"- a:el family if
Lexington an' nwr,:n a ihit to
his parents a few mihs noith of
I'n.f. A. M. Smith r-tlend. d the
meeting of the State tcneheis' as
sociation at Monteni'Je la.-,t vuk
mid stopped oil' lu re a iVv days,
returning to C!firchlon Tut .-day.
Seveial from here attended the
reunion at Cowell's Chapel yester
day, which was a most enjoyable
occasion. AYe go to press too ear
ly to report the result of the ball
game between Camden n:i I John
sonville in the afternoon.
(J. II. Cowell of Middh'-orook
brought us a line f pf cimen of to-
ii-i(f fv I'lillii.i' i i nun f i iiu n if win
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a cluster ot live tomatoes, lour ol ,
them b- ing connected as though it
was one tomato. Their weight
was about six pounds. They were
ro.vn by Mr. Cowell's sister, Miss
Rev. I. R. Hnbbs died nt the
ionic of his wife's father, John AY.
Moodey, at Manleyville Wednes
day, after a long illness. Pnrial
services were conducted by Rev. J.
M. Pickens, and were attended by
a large gathering of relatives and
friends. The interment took place
near Manleyville. (). AY. Ilubbs,
brother of the deceased, and Mike
Fry attended from here. Rev. Mv.
Ilubbs was a young man of exem
plary habits, kind, courteous, and
generous almost to. a, fault. As a
minister, he was devoted to the
church, diligent in the perform
ance of all the duties devolving up
on him as a minister and christian
and was loved and honored by the
clergy and laity of his church and
by all who knew him. No one ever
had tenderer care shown him dur
ing illness, which he bore with pa
tient fortitude. Ilis devoted com
panion and other relatives have
our sympathy and condolence.
New Idea Woin.iii'i MaRiiim.
The women who clamor for ad
vicehow to turn their time and
talent to account will receive
many valuable hints from the se
ries of articles entitled "Profitable
Industries for AYomen," which is
begun in the September number
of the New Idea AYoman's Maga
zine under the heading of "Poul
try Raising," from the pen of Sa
rah E. Slater. The new depart
ment of "Correct Dress for Men,"
also begun in the September issue
and contibuted by Hawthorne, a
well-known authority in haber
dashery, bids fair to be of .para
mount importance in this periodi
cal because many woman do much
of the shopping for the men of
their families and are glad to have
suggestions. Every item in the
September number, either techni
cal or fictional, is of more than
A. AY. Lucas at Fva, Tenn., has
500 acres of rich uncleared Tenn
essee River bottom laud to lease on
four years time. Timber on said
land has been deadened and all is
uuder wire fence. This land will
be cut up,in!arge or small tracts
to suit lessors. Much assistance
in the way of teams and supplies
will be furnished to reliable par
ties. If you are interested in this
see him at once.
Don't fail to read the advertise
ments in Tnc C.'o.:icle this
I li()M VYHI f I LYVH Lf..
I i . ; 'I I I ill I
Y; e ! ol Jig Sftlnly is hflH
on bt.k ir.''i .
( 'rops me looking well i.iin th
rains of la- ! wei k.
J. T. Pierpoiil was at ('l)detou
a few dn s this week.
Miss rioni Melton is visiting at
lig Sand this week.
Wheat tliiehhing is over. Thn
yield is about half a crop.
The protracted meeting begin
at Elatwoods ne.H Sunday.
The blackberry crop di. -appeared
wiih the rain - and that wedding
failed to materialize. No doubt
we would have had a wedding, but
well, she was not quite sixteen.
AYe would like to know what be
came of the Ilust A'illage young
man who fi.iled to put in his ap
pearance h":i Sunday, Come on,
old man; don't let the wolves nip
AYlUTLEYVII.LK, August 1.
The school will begin at Cedar
Grove next, Monday.
Ask A'erdell Pray if he has en
tirely recovered yet.
AYill Pray has returned from ai.
extended visit in Missouri.
Mrs. Lucy Hudson and A'erdell
Pray visited at Camden Saturday.
Crops are looking fine, though
rain is needed in some localities.
Children's day wa.3 observe! at
Rushing' s Chapel, and was wall
I think that the prospects are
good for a wedding in this com
Frank Palford ami daughter,
Miss Ollie, were guests of John II.
Harper and family Sunday.
Misses Plancho and Ruth Har
per visited Misses Annie 1 hid son
and Peulah Pray Monday.
' Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Harper and
twro youngest daughters have been
visiting Mrs. Harper's father, J ohn
A. Williams, of Middlebrook.
Eogville, July 30.
FROM CEDAR GROVE.
A. N. McKelvey opened school
AY. AY. Plack of Vale visited old
friends here Sunday.
The proliacted services is still
in progress at Mount Zion.
Miss Mary Peasley of G lea son
is here visiting friends and rela-
The family of J. F. Presaon of
Post are visiting friends and rela
tives in this community.
L. F. Murphy .and John Tressoi:
and son, Chester, of McLemore
villo are here on a visit to f rienda
Rev. G. AY. Florence preached
the funeral ol! D. M. Presson, do
ceased. Rev. Mr. Florence lft
yesterday for his work in Dy.er
Cedar Grove, August i.
There are persons in every com
munity who ara ever ready for the,
nefariou3 work of sowing the seed
of discontent among the masses
and stirring them to jealousy, envy
and hatred, passions which never
yet gave comfort, but act as tor
mentors to the breast that harbors
them within. Such are the forces
that are forever battling against
Soda water, all flavors, ai the Fry
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