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FRIDAY, '25, 100:3
A FARMERS' INSTITUTE,
A farmers' instituto will be lukl
id Camden Saturday, October 10,
for the purpose of electing
two delegates from each district to
nttcixl tho farmers' institute for
AVest XenneBsee to meet in Jack-
on at eometimo in the near future
(the date has not been fixed) prob
ably in November.
The following questions will be
Agriculture, especially grasses
L. E. Davis and A. W. Lucas.
Good roads II. D. Odle, D. J.
Allen and J. F. Lashlee.
Poultry T. J. Lowry and J. M
Horticulture T.W. PafTordand
Live stock E. N. Quillet and
3). 1). Gossett.
J. P. Lashles,
I, N. Bridges, President.
The Benton County Teachers'
Association held its regular meet
ing at Chestnut Hill September
The association was well attend
ed, and many important questions
were discussed with interest. The
pedagogues were royally treated
and an excellent dinner was serv
ed upon the ground.
A program committee, composed
of Miss Inez Gibson, M. L. Hardin
and E. Florence, was appointed.
The above names also constitute
the committee on reception for the
next meeting, which will be held
at Camden October 17, 1903..
Since State Superintendent S
A. Mynders has consented to ad
dress the association at its nex
meeting, the teachers passed a res
olution urging all, school patrons
directors and teachers of Benton
County to attend this meeting.
A. M. Smith,
Milbra Pafford, President,
Secretary, pro tern.
FROM CHALK LEVEL.
Ask Cart Bledsoe where he is
:naking ties now.
Aaron Askew began gathering
W. A. Davidson has moved to
(.he John A. Holland farm.
Prof. Jake Miller and family o
Ilolladay were guests of ; Mr. and
Mrs. Harm Allison Sunday.
Ask F. B. Latham if he has sue
ceeded in getting change for his
live dollar bill. If not, wo wi
change it for hini.
Chalk Level, Sepf ember 22.
Tho Harris Circus, tho bigges
and best. one-n"ng circus on earth
put up a very interesting and at
tractive parada to-day, and gave
performance this afternoon at the
show grounds io a very big patron
age. Tho circus is a fine one, o
the old-fashioned one-ring variety
llichmoud (Iud), Palladium
"Wanted A few loads of stove
wood in exchauge for subscription
THE NICKLL PLATE
W. II. Harris' New Niclu-1 l'luf..
Show arrived yi-ntrnUy and locat
ed at 5ol!ou and K'it 1'nmd
Streets, where ii will remain three
dayH. The fiit ju tfonnance was
given last night to u big audience,
deHpite the unpleasnnt weather.
The annual vinit of the Ilarrin
Nickel Plate Show to Savnnnah
have come to be looked forward to
with anticipation of pleasure. The
show has pint title to itrf claim of
being the best one-ring show on
the road. Those who have wit
nessed previous performances will
be glad to know that the show has
been greatly improved since it was
iero last, many new and novel
eatures having been added.
Tho Nickel Plate is not large,
nit rill there is of it is good, and
thero is a good deal to bo seen.
Tho prices of admission, too, are
Performances will be given this
afternoon and tonight. The Nick
el Plate has never failed to draw
arge crowds heretofore and is not
ikely that it will do so this time
The Morning NewB.vSavaimah.G a.,
VEKV LOW RATKI FOU THE NASH
VILLK HOUSE SHOW.
From October G to 10 inclusive,
ho Nashville, Chattanooga and
St. Louis Railroad will sell round
trip tickets to Nashville on account
of the horse show at one fare, plus
25 cents, for tho round-trip. Tick
ets are limited to October 12, 1903,
Call on ticket agent of Nashville
Chattanooga and St. Louis Rail
road. "W. L. Danley,
General Passenger Agent,
Wanted 200,000 axe handles,
See T. J. Throgmorton at Camden
TnE CnRONiCLE want an active
correspondent in every locality in
Benton County. Write to us for
circular letter of instructions, etc,
We want the news of the county.
Bring or send us your news of
general interest, and we will pub
lish it with pleasure.
Don't fail to read the advertise
ments in The Cjjroniclb this
STATE'S GAME LAWS.
The following is a brief summary of the
law, but every one interested in game
protection should procure the phamplet
containing the act in fll, and which will
be mailed free on application to the State
Open season, or time within which
game may be lawfully killed deer, Oc
tober,.! to December 1 ; quails, turkeys,
grouse, snipe, etc., October 1 to April 15 ;
English pheasants, December 1 to Janu
ary 1; doves and woodducks, August 1 to
March 1 ; Bquiirels, June 1 to March 1 ;
rabbits may be killed at all seasons ; song
and insectiverous birds, their nests and
eggs protected at all times. Certain birds
and animala deemed injurious are not
It is prohibited to bunt upon the land
of another without written permission ;
to ship quail within or without the State ;
to shoot after sunset or before sunrise, or
on Sunday, or on the public highway ; to
export game from the State ; to transport
it within the State during the close sea
son ; to shoot for the market without li
cense. The sale of game is limited to
that lawfully killed and for consumption
within the State solely, and, to the open
season and five days thereafter. Non
residents may take their game with them
out of the State under certain conditions
Joseph II. Ackmj.v,
State Game Warden
Cassville, White County, Tenn ,
April 4, 1U0J.
Dr. D. Garfinkle, Nashville, Tenn.
Dear Sir I am glad to inform vou that
I am highly pleased with the result of the
bottle of your Eye Remedy I bought from
you in Sparta, as my eyes are getting
along nicely. They ve quit itching and
guinining-up, and my eyelids are doing
well, also. I do not feel that I have siind
in them any more. I have one-third of
the bottle yet, and still using it.
R. K. Kirtr.
Chntnicey Deju-wft few flays ngo
at the celebration in bin honor on
Ii 1.-4 sity-ninth birthday, told this
beaut if id htory :
"1 was talking with a brilliant
woman, the wifeof an exceedingly
t.ble, accomplish! d and cultured
in an. imeussmg me out .unenian
qucption which engaged Socrates
SI 1 . 1 I ft. 1
and l Into liiglil niter nigln, is
ife worth living? she f-aid:
'"My husband and I started
with nothing except our 1ipk-h and
ii intellectial equipment. I said
o him, we wantonly two things to
make our happiness secure for the
future, a baby and a piazza. Wo
had the babies. They have grown
upaud all doing well, and they are
iving infinite happiness to us, but
somehow wo have not tho piazza
Axiilmrn, Teiui., July 7, 1!)02.
Mv w ife ntnl il:iu"htor are highly pleas
with Ir. 1). (Jarlinklf' Kve Kenieily.
Their eves are stronger, ami they are not
trouiileil with lti'luni: tit eyes since iism'
it. I will 'l:iilly rec.-omiuenil it to any
who are MiU'ering with sore eyes.
L. II. "Palmkk.
All parties indehted to us by note or
account are requested to settle the same
by November 1, 1!KK, or they will have
to settle with an ollieer.
This September VM).
J.J. Cole & Pox.
NOTICE TO FAUMEKS.
Commencin-' with the movement of
new corn, we will at all times be in the
market in your section for Corn, husk on,
in any amounts of from 1 to ICO cars.
We will pay highest cash prices for the
same loaoeii on cars at your station.
Parties having corn for sale, will fin
it to their interest to confer with us before
DUCK K1VER GRAINT CO..
For nVoiieneektirs and Colonic,,
The country along the Cotton Belt
Route in Southeast Missouri, Arkansas
Northwest Louisiana ami Texas offers
the greatest opportunities for hoineseek
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 aa cheap as $2.o0 an acre, prai
rie land at if I ami $" per acre up, bottom
land at $5 anJ $6 and up, inrroyel or
partly cleared land at $10 and $15 per acre
up. Some fine propositions for colonies
tracts of 2.000 to 8.000 acres at $4 to $10
r acre mg money in this lor a good or
ganizer, r rtnt and truck lands in the fa
mous peach and tomato belt of i'nst Tex
aH 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 pav every year.
L. vv. LaBkatme,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
One tract of land of 375 acres, known
as the Willis II. Cole tract of land, lying
in the twelfth civil district of Benton
County, near Sawyer's Mills.
Ifc is admirably situated and suited "w
a good stock farm. About J 00 acres is
creek bottom land, and produces well.
I will sell at a bargain.
ror particulars and terms, call on or
address J. J. COLE.
We need at once a few more Tencliersfor Fall
schools. Good positions are being tilled daily
by us. We are receiving more calls this year
than ever before. Schools and colleges supplied
with Teachers free of cost. Enclose stamp for
American Teachers' Association,
.1. 1. linAHAM, I.I,. 1)., Manager.
152-151 Randolph Building, Memphis, Tenn.
Tenders' Interstate Examination.
Teachers wishing to prepare for examinations
should write, at once, to J'rof. J. L. GRAHAM,
LL. !., 152-154 Randolph liiiiUling, Memphis,
Tenn., lor particulars concerning his special
Teachers' Examination Course.
Tins course Is taught ly mail, and prepart-.
Teachers for examination in every otate in tl't)
Union. Leading educators pronounce it the best
course ever offered to the Teaching profession,
and all teachers wishin;: to advance in their pro
fession should immediately avail themselves of
it. Enclose stamp for reply.
WANTED A trustworthy gentleman or lady
in each county to mamiuts business for an old es
tablished house of sold financial standuur. A
straight, bona fide weekly salary of SlS.oo paid by
check each Wednesday with all expenses direct
from headquarters. Money advanced forexpen
ses. Manager, 3K) Caxtoii iiuiiding, Chicago.
" J ANTED Everybody to know that yoii don't
imvMo .suffer any longer with Granulated
Eyelids, Nor Eyes, nor to have your eves water,
itch, burn, smart, gum up, or wild hair to pull,
because you can cure yourself at home with Dr.
I). llAliEINlvl.E'S EYE HEMEDV. No mat
ter how severe tlie case is, nor of how long st add
ing, Ins remedy can and will cure vou.' It has
cured hundreds of others after doctors and other
remedies had failed. Write tor a free sample;
it will sure convince you that vou Mnand will be
cured; cost, you nothing to give it a trial. Ad
dress Dr. D. GA KFl N K I.E, ooii'.J North Summer
Mieet, Nashville, Tciiii.
FOR SALE A good second hand Cornet: In
Inimeiitas goihl i(s new. Will sell for half its
Tin; Kind Vou ll;ne .hvajs I Ion li t In Ii'irno tlu si;;t::i
tun of Clns. II. rii-tclicr, si ml )i;ih Lcru r.imlo i:nlcr liin
in rsonal Micr Hon !' owr JJO years. Allow n otto
to ileeeivo jnu in this. ("oi'ptctiVits Imitation :uil
.Jo i-as-jrnml ' nro lint I'xp' i iinenf s, smd emlanger tho
lualtlt of Chihlrt-n ri ii-nco jfaint JIvieriiiM nt.
What is CASTORIA
Casforhi is a harmless Mihstidttn for Castor Oil, l'aro
t;orie. Drops anil Nonthintr Syrnps. It is IMeasant, It
contains neither Opium, iWorphino nor other JSareoti?
Mibstanec. Its afro is its ruanuilee. It destroy Worm
nml allay lVverishness. Jt cures Di;:rrhu':i ami YVinil
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
anil riatuleiiey. It assimilates tint Food, regulates tho
Stomach ami lowcIs, jiviie healthy ami natural sleep. ""
The ChihrYen'.s ranaeea Tho JJlothe'r'.s I'rieml.
Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought
jr: Bears the Signaturo of
In Uco For Over 30 Yean
THt CCNTHUH COMPHNY. TT MURRV TnirT, NCW VORH CITY.
SALE OF LAND.
In obedience to a decree made and en
tered in the cause of K.Tippett et als vs.
Florence and Grant Tippett et als in the
County Court of lSentoii County at its Au
jrnst term, VM).', I will at the east door of
the court-louse in the town of Camden,
Monday, tiik 2sn Pay of Oi'tohkh, 190'!,
oiler for sale to the highest bidder for
partition a tract of land containing 4.1S
acres, be the same more or less, situated
in the first civil district of Benton County
and known as the A. li. Tippett, tract of
land. A full and complete descrip' ion of
said land will be given or. day of sulrf and
can be seen before sale at my ofHi.-e. Said
land will be sold free from the equity of
redeaip':on or ri at of repurchase, sub
ject, however. I i the homestead and
dower rights of Catherine L. Tippett, the
widow of A. 11. Tippett. deceased.
Terms of Sai.k.
One-third cash, the balance in six and
twelve months; notes for deferred pay
ment in equal installments and good per
sonal security with a lien retained on said
land to further secure the said notes.
This September 1, 1!H).'!.
W. I). COOTKR.
Faraiv.'-gh, Rye & Puktkr, Clerk.
Solicitors for complainants.
FA IK WARN IX a.
All those whe are indebted to me by
note, account or judgment that is due,
are requested to meet me in Camden,
Monday , October 5th, and make settle
ment. I shall, after that date, place my
collections in the hands of my attorney
for collection, with the instructions to
force collections and show no favors. I
mean what I say.
J. W. Bateman.
TBI TO I IfflillT II Nffl
The Chronicle is devoted to printing all the county news
of interest ifat can be gotten together. It has more col
umns devoted to reading matter 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
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Are you a subscriber? If not, you should delay no lon
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Jamus Greer vs. J. F. Dowdy-; R. D. Mc- )
Coun and A. Aldiucii.
In this cause it appearing from thebill
which is sworn to that A. Aldrich is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee,
he is therefore hereby required to appear
on or before the third Monday in No
vember, next, before the judge of the
chancery court at Camden and make de
fense to the bill (bed against him in paid
court by James Greer or otherwise th
bill will he taken, for confessed. It ia,
further ordered that this notice be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks in The
This 17tli day of August, 100.1.
A. G. McDANIKL,
Clerk and Master.'
S. L. roekr, Farabougb, Rye & Porter,
Solicitors for complainant.
All who are indebted to us, either by
note or account, will save cost, by coming
forward and paying the debt at once..
We are closing up our books, as we ex
pect to move to Arkansas by November
1, and we must have what you owe ns' by
not later than October 1. After that date
vou will have to settle with an oflicer.
Save cost by coming in and paying.
Claude Hudson it Co.
I am in need of a few reliable, energetic
men to act as agent for the sale of niyCt-ry
stock. Previous experience not ess
Live, active men can earn good , ( ti.
For terms address, giving full name7TigSe
and reference, W. Y: C. GRANT,
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