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r tli't li.i dKpl.i) j. fni fy;i ,tl HilirilliiHK mi n)jilirn-
New ni'iiinmiililridliiiin mid Hillileunn qMeMimn
ti imlille Midtcsl Hie hnlli'ltetl, but Wi Hsslihieuo
retioiisi!illll y fur ttirrxpiftsu'iiH omtHliieil In Hi
mu ll riiiiiiiiiiiiiritliiitis ti i i.t hi In li't imtiil ..In tl.
KeinittHiii't'M eitn he imtile In Valium wiivs that
are ieiti-i lly Hiife, but Kll remitUlvs scut Hient
1'itk of I he Ni'inler.
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Telephone Ztt. ('ikinilt'ii, Twin.
FKIDAY, AUGTST 14, 1W.
CALL FOR MEETING
Of, tUe County Democratic Riecutlve
The County Democratic Execu
tive Committee of Benton County
id hereby colled to meet nt the
court-house in Camden on Mon
day, September 7, VMS, nt 1 o'clock
p. 7n., for the purpose of consider
ing the time and manner of hold
ing a primary election, and to
transact sucn otner business as
may properly come before the
committee. 1, 13. Tiiomab,
Tho United States is not rnak
ing much progress towards build
ing the Panama canal, but the sal
aries are going on all the time so
that some people are entirely sat
is fie i
WnEN things get quiet, every
where else in Washington, a shout
is heard from the agricultural de
partment ant the people are re-
tiiiuded. that Secretary "Wilson is
ipyesjiigatiDg his seed contract.
It begins to look as if President
Roosevelt would have a difficult
nndertaking in his attempt to drive
the fractious Congressional team
tins winter, iiiacn horse seems
bent on pulling in a different di
TriE refusal of the President to
permit any congratulation of Gen
eral Miles in the order announcing
that soldier's retirement will for
feit for Mr. Roosevelt the votes of
many old soldiers who have fought
and bled on the same battle ground
as tho retired commander of the
As things look now, remarks the
Cincinnati Enquirer, Tkoosevelt
will carry the West, but the more
certain that , becomes with his new
allies the larger the defection from
hjm. in the East will be if the right
man is put up. Put aside old prej-
unices fellow Democrats, look the
situation over carefully and calmly,
and let, us know what you think.
We have got to choose a man to
please, the East this time.
The American nation is forjnd-
cu "upon cpnuaence in us auiuty
a ' A
fuse them undqr one.rule.of action,
which, perhaps, has no,t been, bet
ter condensed than in the words
cf Webster himsejf, "Liberty and
Union." The. tolerance which wo
eee contiliually . rqanifested is the
most favorable symptom possible
for the attainment of the one and
the perpetuating of. the, other,
Of coiirse Mr. Cleveland will not
be nominated for President by the
Democrats in, 1904; but if the only.
objection to his nomination were
founded on hia .having been a
"bolter," not much, of a case can
be made against him, says the De
troit .Free Press. Whatever his
friends may have done Mr. Cleve
land did not "bolt" the ticket in
189G. He waa literally thrown
out of the party, bag and baggage.
The Chicago convention repudiat
ed him and his policies and his
ipjHTIill CHI l'i"P j HtlrlH't' l
lluin if plentiful, and cvopn are
The tie buhini'hB is enjoying a
boom all (J; its own.
There U a bpleiidid opening at
this place for noine one who wnntti
to open a boarding house.
A. W. kucaa has gone to I5on
Aipia Spriugb on a pleasure trip
of a few duys. AVe wish him a
jolly good time.
T. M. Johnson and family and
Dan Cooley left yesterday for An
iston, Mo. Others hero contem
plate going to Missouri.
We have just heard of the mar
riage of Mr. Gilford and Miss Far
mer, and we join in wishing them
all the joys of life and the best of
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Thomas are
visiting relatives at Lebauon. The
health of Mrs. Thomas has not
been good, and we hope the change
will prove beneficial.
Mr. Brown, the phosphate man,
has a crew of six men at work in'
the mines, and this force will' bo
increased next Monday. Men are
wanted to work in the mines, and
the pay is good. The indications
are highly encouraging for a good
output of phosphate here, and wo
join in wishing the enterprise all
Eva, August 11.
A union teachers' association between
Renton, Carroll and Decatur counties will
be held at Holladay Au:ust 15, 1903,
Devotional exercise Rev. J. T. Bagby .
Welcome address G. M. Leslie.
Response Miss Ernestine Tuten,
School mauivgeme jt A paper by J. M,
Discussion: J. A.Spenceand
Miss Ellen Miller.
Teachers' outings McD. Neal.
Tennessee history, its importance and
how teach E. W. Lancaster and Martin
Relation of teacher to parents Super
intendent Nathaniel Tray wick.
Discussion of queries.
Environments oi. the teacher A. M.
Grammar J. C. Duck, W. L. Thomp
Relation of teacher, to parents faper
by Rev. J. T. Bagby.
Fractions J. W. Mclllwain
Compound quantities G. A. Bryant
Percentage U. S. Yates.
Cube root J. I. Miller.
United States history J. C. Bain and
W. F. Tucker
Geography Miss Lizzie Miller and J.
Debate at night. McD. Neal,
J. I. Miller,
The association will begin promptly at
10 o'clock, and each teacher is earnestly
requested to be present and take part in
tjie work. if you are not assigned a top
ic, you should select some topic or topics
in the program and prepare yourself to
take part in the discussion.
For Hoineseckerg ,aad Colonies
The country along the Cotton Belt
in finnthuQat IVfloorvnS A.lrnnna
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Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers
the greatest opportunities for bomeseek
ers. Mild climate, good water, cheap
building material, abundance of fuel, and
soil that will often in a single season yield
enough to pay for the ground. Land can
be bought as cheap as $2.50 an acre, prai
rie land at $1 and $5 per acre up, bottom
land at $5 and $6 and up, inproyed or
partly cleared land at $10 and if 15 per acre
up, Some fine propositions for colonies
tracts of 2,000 to 8,000 acres at $4 to if 10
per acre big money in this for a good or
ganizer., Frnit and truck lands in the fa
mous peach and tomato belt of East Tex
as at $10 to $20 per acre up. Write us
for information about cheap rates, excur
sion dates, also literature descriptive of
this great country and let us help you find
a home that will cost vou no more than
the rent you pay every year.
E. W. LaBeaume,
General Tassenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
I am in need of a few reliable, energetic
men to act as agent for the sale of nurserv
stock. Previous experience not essential,
Live, active men can earn good wages.
For terms address, giving full name, age
and reference. W. Y. C. GRANT,
h:'.m.i stniMi!. roMH.vuox.
riojruuii fur tin- I'.i'iitun County Sunday
Krlio'il Culm-Hi ion t le lipid at 1'iuiiIm'
('in k ( liiiicli Wrdnc-day mid Tliuitdny,
Si l tcinl.t r iiml 1 ' M :
Wki.m ma y - 10 . M.
pcvotioinil x-i !!, liv Ivlwiti J Wiittt
Wflrtiino Htlil m sn, by Pr. J. T. !iuVh.
I.t'Hii'itiHt', lv A. V. I'i'i'aIi'h.
What arc the object of the Sund-iy
Hrliool i imvcntini) ? ly Hon. J. A. Cl'-in
cut iiihI IIcv. S, II. l'.hukwcll.
llccitati'iti. ly UhzcI McAulcy.
HciioitH from tin Sunday hchoul Hi'.ocr-
Recitation, lv IWl;i Ship.
V K I i.N K S ',M Y A If l K K N ; M i X .
Iicvotianal cxyrfiwa, hy l!cv. L.Cni cr.
How inanami to hccuh' t.hi' nttcinl ince
Hiul hearty numeration of every incinhcr
of the church in our Surulay school ? hv
T. W. l'atr.ml and C. S. r.ran.lon. (ien
Keijui.itcs to a pood Surulay nchool
teaclier, by J. A. r.aucuni, Mrs. Walter
If. lttishiii' and I'.ov. K. It. ('omlor.
Kecitittion, hy Lillie Melton,
llehiionhihility of teachers to their ntu-
dents, hy Ir. J. K. Yonnj; ami W. II.
I looser. General il'iH'.'iis.sion.
The appointment of committees.
Recitation, hy Mamie McKen.ie.
Tui ksday 10 A. M.
Devotional exercit-es, hy He. J
Most common mistakes in the Sunday
school, by U. A. Butts, G. W. E. lien in
and W. 11. (Veer.
Students responsibility to their teacher,
Prof. A. M. Smith, J. F. Dowdy and S.
L. Peeler. General discussion.
Recitation, by Edith Tmvis.
Old folks' p'.we in the Sunday school,
by Mrs. Lou M,., Bryant, Newton Melton
and I). J. Allen. General discussion.
What are the best methods of inducing
voting men to attend Sunday school? by
W. D. Cooper and R. II. Clement.
Recitation, by Bertha Graham.
Tn l'usd.vy A ktk it noon.
Devotional exercises, by W. R. Cooper.
What aid is the Sunday school to the
church? by Rev. R. M. Cunningham.
Discussion by ministers present.
What good is the Benton County Sun-
by Rev. J. M. Pickens. General discus
Recitation, by 7ola Pickens.
Election of officers.
Selecting time and place for holding
pomology and benediction.
R. II. Clement,
Edward Watts, Chairman.
Committee on entertainment R. N
Brewer, Mrs. Henrietta Barnes and Miss
SALE OF LAND.
In obedience to a decree made and en
tered in the cause oi. John Smothers vs
Ann Baker et als. in.the County Court of
Benton County at its July term, 190:3, 1
will at the east door of the court house in
the town of Camden on
Satuksay the 22d Day of Acc.ust, 1903,
offer for sale to the highest bidder, lor
paitition, a tract of land containing 177
acres, be the same more or less, lying and
being in the fourteenth civil district of
Benton County, and known as the Wil
liam Baker tract of land. A full and
complete description of said land will be
given on day of sale, and can be seen be
fore sale at my office. Said land will be
sold subjectto the homestead rights of
Ann Baker and Sam .Baker, minor chil
dren of the said William Baker, one ol,
which is twenty years old and the other is
about seventeen years old.
Terms of Sale.
The purchaser will be required to pay
25, per cent of the purchase price in cash
and execute his notes in two equnl in
stallments due in 9 and 18 months, with
approved security, and a lien will ba re
tained on said land as further security.
This July '10, 1903.
W. D. COOPER,-
S. L. Peeler, Clerk.
Solicitor for complainant.
Newspaper of the South
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Market Reports a Specialty, Ueln-f Accu
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The Scimitar's new home iiivpi it thp h.'iiul-
soinest ntiartt-.i'.s. the most iii'ifoct pmiiiiniwiit
nun me ncfii luumieg ior Kt'iuni: ami print inir
the news of any paper in the South .
Hie Scimitar 1ms ioo airents. iniit wants n
awiu in every town not at present represented
miosrriDers now will get henelit of the forth
coming Moiisewarmiuj; hditiou.
Fifty cents per month, 51 ..ri0 for three mouths,
U.&pt ii'yj'ths, -Ji.oo -."lear. .
Tim Kind Vmi Ma Always ltou-Jit has lMiriii tliv slna
tiirti ol'Clu,;. II. rictclier, nritl lit-eu iitii'lci muter liU
IMThttnal i -ion 1'or owr ;t() r;irs. Allow mt turn
to dcreivo ynU in this. ('oiiiit rtVils, Imitations :m'
tlut-as-gol nro luit KprriiiMiit , s t I i-iulaiijjer 1 1 1 o
licuUli ol' Children Ixpcrieiu'o :.'4"ii'l t l', jicrliiH Ht.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless stih.-t i(iit; lor Ca-tr Oil, Pnre
griv. Drops mid Soothiii'jr Svnrps. It Is lMraaiit. It
contains iii-ithcr Ojiium, 31 orphiim lior otlwr Narcotic
Mihstance. I ts sii is its jrnarantro. It destroys Worms
and allays 1 Yvci hhiioss, (, uns Dlnri hr:i and M "'
:olic. It relieves Teething Trotildfs, eines CnnMipat n
mid I'latuleiu v. It assimilates tli" rood, 1 emulates t'i
toinai Ii and howels, j;i-tiii heaUIiy and na I ural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho IodierVs l iieiid.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Use For Over 30 Years.
THC OCNTtUft COMPANY. TT MURRAY THrtT. flT.W VOMK CITV.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL
I, W. R. McCracken, trustee, in order
to satisfy a certain deed of trut executed
to me as trustee by K. C. Reddick and
wife, M. J. Reddick, on the lOih day of
May, 102, for the benefit of and to secure
the Warder, Bushnell & Glessener Co. in
the sum of $10.), with interest, which is
evidenced by said trust deed aid by a
pr -mug ry note of same date i:s said deed,
said deed of trust being recorded in trns'
deed book No. GG page 575, in the Reg-
ster's office of Benton County, Tennes
see ; will on Saturday, the 5th day of Sep
tember, 19011, in the town of Camden at 1
o'clock p. m. at the court house, door In
said town, sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash the following tract of land
towit : Lying and being in the sixteenth
civil district of- Benton County, Tennes
see, and known as a part of the Wyatt
lands and bounded as follows: On the
north by Rushing, east by Scarber, south
by Akers, llcuse and McAuley, west by
Reddick and containing about 40 acres.
Said land will be sold to satisfy said trust
deed and indebtedness due to the said
Warder, Bushnell & Glessener Co., and
will be sold free from homestead and
This August 4, 1903.
w. ii. Mccracken,
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