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A C'l'NTV W'i AI FK.
Ic?;r.isirri Wkkuc.v at Camd. v, Ti-xn.
N II HIT' A F r.AMlit M AH ( ( ONO CI lrt MAtl mm ir H
V.y -UN I vH. ANMll M KM LN T.
Tin iiilisri iliini I M i' ( I M It Ohm in H I K W
?l il i v.ii , iihU (hi in it I . ; eriiti
I'll tlll.'f 111, k 1 1 1 1 ll MIMllVllV llllllt III' ''l ll
In inlv.iiire. All Kiilmi i ipl mill Mill hi' iiiiiiitl
il .il i'Viir,iliiMi n( I paid Im.
Hill ii.il ami t :n I !:( niilli i i Hill In' rliHI I'i'il for
at I mi' i .Ui' nl ;i r. nit per line. We will i ii i ii i s li
r. iii .s im iiiplitv itnil 1 iii mivrit itiiii; cii applica
tion. .N ! s rn iii m mi Icntli mi anil Hitlrlcton ('iiestloiis
(if IIIIC llllllli sl llll' Mllll'lll'll, bill Wl' HSSIIIIII' llll
ri",ptiiintiility tut I In i- x pi ssions I'niiliimnl in nil
hi l ll riiliilMIUUriitioiis Hint Hllli'li'M iIiihIh iI.
Ki'iiim.uiri'H ran In- made In vai hmii wayi l)i;it
8ii ii-r l.- 1 1 v wile, Inil all remittances Henl iin-at
Isk ol Ihi' iinilrr.
All 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 .i ii "4 ami iiiiHlni'ii coiiiiniiiili'.'itliihi
uliould lie sent to 'j'KAYItt HKOS.,
Telephone 20. Camden, Ti'iili.
lilt I DAY, SHlTKMIiEll 1, 100:i.
CALL FOR MEETING
(If Hi County Itrmnrrnllo Ecntive
Tbo County Democratic Execu
tive Committee of lienton County
is hereby called to meet at the
court-house in Camden on Mon
day, September 7, 190;, at 1 o'clock I
. in., for Iho purpose of consider
ing tho time rind ninmier of hold
ing a primary election, and to
transact such other business as
may properly come before the
committee. D. B. Thomas,
The Uakerville Heview, which
.as been in tho hands of Alex N.
Divena for the last six months, has
i,,l,x 0.i;, Tim PTr!.
did not honor us with an exchange,
but we learn that it was one of a the welfare of the people at heart of n.y
adopted Mate 1 would not appear before
email number of Tennessee news- you today as an ivdvoeate ol greater no
rm npra tlmtnrmnRful Uia rinccfcrro nf proveuienta of our public iiiHtitutions,
t 1 1 . x. 0-
iiie Auamsiaw, ana was an anient
, t t , i i ,
rhamnion of tho whisky men of
A. . m. , TT
me otaie. xne jJicKson norae
Enterprise, before it changed own-
. . . . .. . -
cr -juiji it tuuny, i ao nmniiii pni i
isan of the whisky men.
.-.1. 1 Ii . .a vAjtn.ttlif tn n r. n t i- i l... .i I
Camden lias had a few mad dog
scares recently. A few weeks ago
a . 1 I
uuui uug uppt-iiren iiere auu sev-
eral docs were bitten. Last week
it was thought some of them show-
fd symptoms of hydrophobia, and
Marshal Combs killed the dogs of
Dr. E. M. McAuley and Wyly Ar
nold. II. II. Anderson's door was
Jiiiieu uuujr muimiiB. itia mure
than likely that ; other dogs have
i -i -j , i it ii i 1 1
uueu uiiiuu, uuu.il to mry suouiu
Dot be permitted to run at large
tr. ,,'mA oi land
Fate ( "Friendly") Fhifer and
Mifiu Tnlinifl-FflrniPT wpto marripd
Miss dounie-xarmer weremarneu
on Harmons Creek AVednesday,
Justice W. H. Melton, officiating,
We join in extending congratula
tions and best wishes.
At Nashville September 15, 1003.
An interesting celebration has been ar
ranged by the Scots o' Tennessee for
Tuesday, September 15, l'.HJ.i, at vainiber
land Park, Nashville. The feature of the
program is the revival of the ancient
Olympian and Caledonian games, also
American sports and events, and in ad-
dition there will be a grand bairu tourna-
ment. military demonstrations, tug of
war. tableux, war scenes by Confederate
.....v... -1 1 1 JnrKl rnl .TortftinfT Kofrninoro
nKician.i, mniftu uw"tM w..frK.r. .o, 1 nguer civiii.auiun wiien compareu Willi
. Alert ItnoA l.all rtiamnlnnflliin n?l.t. . .f.l.. T'-.: t .
trti;. nimi ....... , v.. ...... t. v.. ...... y
Nashville will be contested lor by two
crack teams, and 9. daring troupe of aero-
liats have been engaged for startling feats
oi aerialistic and acrobatic work.
(ieneral John .15. (.lOrdon ot Atlanta,
the famous general, will deliver an ora-
tion. Other prominent men irom over
the State will take part in this iiovei pro-
The committee utility prominent busi-
ness men of Nashville, who have- charge
r.f i)ia tiltrni'tivft lfmonstrat,ion. will do
their utmost to make this the greatest
and most enjoyable outdoor gathering
ttvt.rlif.hl in t he Southland.' Low rates
- - .
i,n,r0 lwu.n secured on all the rai roads
entering Nashville, being one fare p
,a u-lnph mluiils to th LTOUn
'n,..UQ,i..c;rii,.rtoii!irticiriafe inanv of the
nthleticevents are reouesled to commun-
icate with Mr. A. R.-Stewart, chairman
cf the games committee, Maxwell House,
TEACH EKS WANTED.
e need at once a few mure Teachers for Fall
schools, (iood positions are liein-; lillcd daily
by us. We are receiving more calls this year
than ever before. Schools and collegessupplicd
with Teachers free of cost. Enclose stamp for
American Teachers' Association.
J. I (iHAHAM, I.1-. Manager
1.72 t:4 Randolph Building, MiinpUis.Tt'iui.
' 't " ,.vJ.L:...Li.ii..f' v , 4 5
!lV I ' l""' i'i". I fin Pi4.-iOiirl.it 1 J '
0 J m t.Vtl,f.lUl.kf J U UMIIIAH IHflHI. ,..fl
??3 mansn bs&e&se PJi?
You in )' have hid Liver or
I'ii.il v fniilii-s of it I'l'iM, K.-rlou.-t
ii V if
H iK i'r h . 1 sii'uii-
fur -ins ii i i'l i' mi Mi-MiinK
Mllir H 11 I'l'MCH
M Im u 11 .i.1;i,'i.i' '.n
2,3 (fc ',.i f, ,' llu- rv
lift, il li'-:icl;ir(iO
IM!. V. ny
y ? w.iii roi.stiiiii!i'ii. puns uiiiii-r
9: li t'n'i-M-s. I . ; Kir. In -u tut i.i!, ti:-;-.i-
111 -s. miiili-n IIIIT'-IS HIIH IITl,
i''rv.!i"i-.i"-s, d,.'jrcs..itin. and liU.li
(,-iii.('i-il siri ii-.
Vii.i In. v t; llwr or lililr.py
tr(n:i.li .i ill Viy ilnru'i rum.
Untilori't (J.-spuir, wi' old r jmi
11 HUM', H-f IU'll SV'l'l'V CI-11! In
i?r. .1. !!. Mrr.t-.-i! n Uvfi'
ami Kiilnvy t'-v ! tm only
l.now n riri.fly for tlK'so ills.
Jit Your tirufiglU'M
TF l.n l.,.:n't. ti'll it Pcnil ll
tl.oo i.il Ills nann nnd vo will rj;'i
express-; j-oil n Out lie, ctinr,-i's til V
l.l lVr-lf.. f, ! I.-.UI..I. fi'l.,"
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I'l'l'l'l... , I i .w. UVV.lll.,
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IKE D8. J.H.Mcl tM MEDICINE CO. Hi S
St. Luuis, Mo.
.TT-rr'rn ;r tiuv
The following address 011 the
subject of "Good Itoada" was de-
liveroJ by Jerome II. Hudson of
Wyly before the farmers' institute
here last week:
Mr. chairman andfellow cjtizens Otir
neces.sities are the mother of inventions
and forces ua to action. If 1 did not have
u Mi'li ix .ssimiti;i I tn IIih nrosoeritv of I lie
- i j j
It may seem Btrange to you that in my
advanced years J. should liave any tirmu
ity in appearing before you, but such is
m.. . . .: i : : c . .1 .:,
lue tase- "
u-ri. i-tirv iiniiif.,1 1 iiMii'iiirr. i ftiiv. r.-
. ... , i I
trained Horn taking an active part 111 put)-
lie discussions in tlie drama 01 lue. 1
can see now the importance of educating
the children of the present and' future
generations that they may perform the
hH'ea of this life in their home and to
thuit .r-tfintrtr fiTitl litlnl n lu.li.inir l.uiwl tr
Vlll. t'U.ILt J . . . I1V.II1I fcV
the less fortunate.
J.ives of great men all remind us, lives
that make our lives sublime,
And departing leave behind them
Footprints on the sands ot time.
Footprints that perhaps another
Sailing o'er life's solemn main
A forlorn and shipwrecked brother
Seeing may take heart agam.
I rrl. ..!., l, A ,l.,l, , f
Adam and Kv created in God'sown im-
age, who were commanded to multiply
and people the earth, by their disobedi-
ia the Uarden of Eden to llia will
were commanded to earn their bread by
the s weat of t heir b'ro w , and w ho by the i r
evolutions have come down through tffe
laud on the face of the globe, are of aii
anes. Keiiiuu aim euioiiiaeu iiea iv everv
t'nierpnsing, commercial anu exploring
t , , in ,
they have rested their air ships on the
poles of the earth, explored the etherial
space in the heavens among the planets,
or been wrecked in tlie milkmaid s path.
In 1 ,o-0 the Auglo-feaxonsat midnight
in their guarded tents were dreaming of
the hour when nations with their knees
in suppliance bent should tremble at
theirnower. That hour has arrived. Wo
have come up from our infancy from the
first settling of the country. The forest
and tne red man nave disappeared irom
our trailaud our land is teeming with all
the industrial pursuits that go to make a
contented and happy civilized life.
Tennessee took an integral part in the
formation of our trovernment. and reeeiv-
ed tne encomiums of a grateful public,
It ia a littlp. hiimilint.iii!' tn havr fiiivKr,lu
think that wo nrft in anvwisA dpiw'iput in
I the imnrovements that an to mak.. n
I 1 t . ...i. , .,
oniW CWICHUI lllB U HlOU UUOUL US.
The well-beaten trails and paths of the
wild beasts and red man who inhabited
this land, in the advance of the Anglo-
Baxon, have well-nigh faded and disan-
,)eared from the West, lie no longer
roams over his once "happy hunting
ground" to gather his subsistence; the
Manhaska, or white man, has supersed-
ed him with all the concomitant arts of
ye are an agricultural, manufacturing,
I'imiiiiiornio I oninri-iriLiim iwia.
pie, and 'it is necessary that we have
roa(is aild avenues to communicate with
L0..1, ti.t.r T,.no.c.. tu ui..,o.i iwl.
V,VU Villi,!! -VIlilOHKjlk3Dil-V.tllV,VAI.l
u,i "7 ir,i;i,u
,iiu...ia.,i .;..,.i ...;,i. ti, i.im
()( ik,, (;if nf Mexico.
In the Rortiern portion of the United
states the roads are protected bv snow
and ice some tour or live months in the
year to somewnere near t ie -w degrees 01
nrirth I llitmln IV It 1 I v n 1 1 a 1 tv I itina.
north latitude, while we here in Tennes
see are subject to all the changes and sel
dom have any protracted cold weather,
consequently the roads get in a bad con
dition for about four months in a year
Irom December to April it being the
rainy season. The balance of the time
the roads h-ive dried out and become
pns?::bp. So we are like the man was
a! "Jt covering his hcuse. WLt 11 it r. '.n
;r twbt ,-i wi ; , j;?
J - rMi ft "r-l-- t.--"-J1 ''
1 1 . . t , and
ii it qn.t 1
I lll l I (.1.
U I ' IIIUt M '. Il'l
!..,-! ll,-.t ll,.. i, en:, 1 1' i.c-
their 1 1 n 'l f iiti'l I'leu'l
(-r-itli'i In in. ike
II Il I
pr. i. tiii iii--ie:veH wi'.n ri-'iiui.j:
-lii-lti t lire 'Mi niiinimt In in i y I It i Mi.
'Ilii' ci'i!e nf Tilitie-"i'.', In-ill;
mlli"tii 1 ii ii V f (Unl Ihin Jl il'le, Unll
I he V, Ml Cilllif II' I'd W cell ll.i' S a I heV
lii'eil im i'ii hi. ih Miles a 1 1 1 1 f "iik'l.t fni
vh;,t llie.V Ciilii eivcl I'l he ri;'hl
'I n l l):',t IIhiii- V l"in.". cul,. i' M 111 Hie woe,
'I il i i Nil or (iM-li unit" I lie In.'.
('niidiinciitly, nearly all nhle Imdieil
mi a i re ciiiriiK'e'l in tii:it strife. When
pence vmin ilechneil thev nunc in irchin'
i.iiiii' wiUi t ) ' i r sv'iitlilc-s iiiiiii'y, it
imiie, tn liuil their iiccnmti(iii cnjic nml
their luni'i'ity nenrlv all i."-lnieil. l'.tit
wi:h ir;ive hearl" iin.l !hA f i i i i 1 - wlei
nl H'.inclhiii).' left niter the cmilhct lo
hel with, thev have ! ei n t-im t . I tu Hay
th!;l "Kichaiil is himself in."
I'M is M-ttleineiit after the wnr resein-
hleil th() liot settlement with the Iii.li.ui
ft nut. Iinpnivenieuts cunii' slow 01
faM, in roi'ilii.n tn tlu( nsici ity of (he
encntry. I he I cniiesee peMpli' or ji-v-
crnnient hiivo heeti in the habit of xham-
iiiinjjtlu' rna.l liiisineK.H oil' on t he buys.
'I ln-y iliil very well with their tempotaiy
lixinn until t rat lie ainl travel have so in
creiiseil that it requires mure pt-iu laiu-nt
I think the roails shotiM be kej.t up by
real estate tax. .No puhlie wuikeil iiunl
hoiihl have less than a III) loot rijrht 1
' t. Vr I, tli I f ft .111 t I , l t til, 1 1 . Ssl I U I'l 'I if. I 1 1 1 " 1 1 1
Il'l-. tl'MH "HIV I" ,t I ' - ...',
tiaihc anil travel. We must have room
k,,,'P water off out. roiel beiiH. The
.Jlr,i'.iil i.hfim.1 li tint in irtt.til i'l ilii 1 1 htm
I ii r i ii ) Apt il ami May, ami shoulu not bv.
Intel tfieil wit i nnv nmrii i vn-ii occur
j - i-- -
obstructions, 1 1 1 1 up washouts ami open
Th in plowing ami filling in loose dirt
in the fall of the year if- ruinous to w inter
travel. The labor ami money spent in
building nood roads, school ami church
housed is a good investment, ami enlmn
cea the value of or.r land in proportion to
the improvements made. Iheeonven-
lenccsof a neighborhood is the tirst thing
the hoineseeker wants to know aboutbe-
fore he invests.
al Qlcial RepoFt
G. W..E. HERRIN, TRUSTEE.
ColU'ctiims and Disburseiiiciits of tlie County,
Sclioo) and ,Koad funds from .Inly, 1'jir.", to July,
Tonalar.oe July i, im
TowRnTHte 00 !ro,...-ty
m . , v t...
To N., c. & st. h. U y.
To Western I'uion Tel. Co.
To Cumberland Telephone Co.
To American Telephone Co.
To amount recei.etl from otliuers ....
10 picked up tax, etc
HyKil county warrants.
l!y court releases, etc :;7.
r.alanec due county
To July balance, 1002
To aggregate on property
To L. & N. ll'v
ToN.,C. & St. L. ll'y 1,203 oa
To W.U.Tel. Co 24.01
To Cum. Tel. Co 11.27
To Amer. Tel. Co K'.Oii
To amount from ollicers l,w:.77
To picked up tax 70.o
Totllj .,u ,K).
.... ct ...n ,.n
,L'i,,' ',m'ii7','(1' ' ,',-yV.),!
Total 11, 103.95
llalanco.due school !),8(l .22
To aggregate on property ?i,i."9. '4
To h. & X. ll'y ,
ToN.,C.& St. L. ll'y..
To W.U.Tel. Co
To Cum. Tel. Co
To Amer. Tel. Co
dll,o"11 uj a-i,ia
1U '"LKlu "p ulx
Uy 2il warrants 51,350.31
Uy court releases 100.02
l'.y amount over paid
P.alance due road.,...
SALE OF LAND.
I11 obedience to a decree made and en
tered in the cause of ii!, Tippett et al vs.
Florence and Grant Tippett et als in the
County Court of Benton County at its Au
gust term, 19015, 1 will at the east door of
the court-house in the, town of Camden,
Monday, the otii Day of October, 100.';,
oiler for sale to the highest bidder for
partition a tract of land containing 4I1S
acres, be the same more or less, situated
in the first civil district of Benton Countv
h1"110.",'!8 Uie Al .Tinpett tract of
lA.x, 1U'', v (.u,11I't ie utbt upi on o
sa.d land will tie given on day of sale and
1 . yi , , , -I
can be seen tx:tore sale at my olhoe. h..id
Meet, however, to the homestead and
tl( wor rights of Catherine L. Tippctt.the
WKlow 01 A' iv' LlWeXt deceased
Tekms of Sale.
One-third cb th hnbmo i. civ on,!
twelve months; notes for deferred pay
1 . , 11 1
mem in equal msrauments an.: good per-
sonal security with a lien retained on said
land la further secure the mid notes.
This Septjmber 1, li-0.1.
w. d. coon: n.
I-ARAUOfiai, 11 vu tt Poini i;, Clerk.
Solicitors for complainants.
THE CHRONICLE will be ;
ad ii es- for "1.00 per jenr.
la'Ied to any
V . 1
The I i i ii il Vou ll:iii Al;is lin.i;!:t 1i:ih ! V.:i iho. si;;n:i
tino oI'CIkis, H. I'li-lt her, j.j.d h..s Jire"i mailo immIci lti.H
perMn;il MipcrI ion lor ini'i1 r;-rs. Allow no otio
to tlcri ivc jell in this. 'i n ii I 1 1 ,'i Is, I tr.ilnl inns nnd
44 .Iii".t-:is-;oo(l " aro lint I i-ci inicut siml -ii!aii;''r tLo
liciilth of Children Lxperiviieo iii;inst l'perinient.
What is CASTOR! A
Casfo;-i;i Is n harmless sulol it uio i'ov C'ii-or Oil, Pare
goric, Drop' nnd Soolliin- Sjrups. It is I'leus-mt. It
contaii.i ncillfcr Opium, ?! rphinn nor nilier Marrotic
Kiilintancc. Its ng- is i(i j.'nar;iiitee. It li-stroys AVornu
mid allays l,eveii-lines. Jt i:n DiarrlH:.-a jumI AV im! I
t'olic. It relieves Teething Trouhh-s, urcs l'oiis( ipation
mid IMatiileiiey. It a -iisiilal-s the I'nod, regulates tVio
.Sloinarli nnd llowcls jiving- In althy Jind natural bleep;
Tho Chudre'i s I'anacea-i he iiiother'.s 1 rieml,
Tlie Kind You Ha?o Always Bought
Ugg For Over 30
TH C OCNTAUA COMPAIM.
f-miit t iy wt tpf rr-r
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL
I, V. R. I '(eCracUen, trus'e?, in order
to satisfy a cert. ii n deed of tru.-t executed
to me as trustee by l. C Keddick ami
w ife, M. J. Ueildick, on the b h day of
May, piO'J: 'if the beneti cf nnd t;i sei lire
the Warder, IMishiiell 'c (iiesseiit-r Co. in
the sum of iflO."), with interest, which is
evidenced by said trust deed i id by a
promissory noteof same datenssaid i; -cd,
said deed of trust being recorded in trust
deed book No (id pag 57.'i, in the Keg
ister's ollice of Benton County, Tennes
see ; w ill on Saturday, the ot.h day of Sep
tember, VM), in the town of Camden at 1
o'clock p. in at the court house door in
saiil 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 li nit'i-i County, Tennes
see, and known as a part, of the YVyati
lands and b ininled as follows: Oa the
north by Rushing, east by Se.irher, south
by Akers, House 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, Busline!! it (llessener Co., and
will lie sold free from homestead and
This August 4, 100.1.
W. R. McCRACKKX,
I am in need of a few reliable, energetic
men to act as agent for the sale of nursery
stock. Previous experience not. essential.
Live, active men can earn good washes.
For terms address, giving full name, age
and reference, W, Y. C. GRANT,
If fa VI v
fl A MUfnl f
The Chronicle is deoted to printing all the county news
of interest that can be gotten together. It hss mors col-,
umns devoted to reading mstter than it has to advertising.
It may not please you in all things no other newspaper
does; it offers no premiums, but its publishers use every
effort to give you a reliable counly paper well worth the
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Are ycu a subscriber? If not, you should delay no lon
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One Year Si nn 1
Six Months. . .
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TRAVIS BROS., Publishers.
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A rj . J
TT MUI1RAV STKtET,
HE' vonn CITY.
TO CANE HOMES.
As the owner of "' acre of land sit,"1
a!' d in the ninth civil district of Bonto.
t'onnlv. '. hue-(, a'.-i ti"'.;i-lcd oil h
north h Sti-ckd.i;,', .-...nth by l.otnar, east,
by Ti-ii'icsce River 'uul west by Stock
il; 1 -, you are heu-by iiotili.-d that unless,
yuii appear a t.iv otlice ii. the cnurt-houso
'i the town oi ( 'amd. n. Tetiiiessee, on or
ht-f ire tin- isth day of Sepiember, J'.'OJ,
and psiy the muh vi sf I'l i)ii, State, county
uimI a'l utlit-r taxi s assessed flgi inst said
lands logi '.her wiili ail mti-rest, penalties
and costs incurred including this notice
or publication as now provided by fatf.
your vicht to redeem same shall be for
evtr bai led ami ''"ed to the same will bo
at once executed. by 111c to B. F. Collier,,
the purchaser of said lauds.
Witness my ln-nd at of ic t'.'is the 24th
dav of AugUht, r,0J.
L. R W'AT.-ON,
Circuit Court Clerk.
Jamks Gia:ri; vs. .1. F. Dowdy, R. D. Mc--
CORD AM) A. Al.l)lUCII.
In this cause it appearing from the. bil
which is sworn to that A. Aldrich 1
non-resident of t'oe State of Tenner
he is therefore hereby required to ap "
on or bef.ire the third Monday in o-.
ember, next, bef'ne the judge of the
chancery court a Camden and make de
fense to the bill tiled against him in said
court by .lames Greer or otherwise the
bill will he taken for confessed. It is
further ordered that this notice T-;b-lished
for four consecutive weeks 1 u
Camden Ouronu-us. ril
This 17th day of August, 100... "v
A. G. McDANIKL,
Clerk and Master.
S. L. Peeler, FaraKiugh, Rye &. Porter,
Solicitors for complainant.
Mil OAS I
ppie 19 pvancs!