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iMiirk.4 tli' revolt in the rp.nhs f
nil day, OvjTom:;; i r.;ir,.
CANDIDATE. I NNCUtXEf.L NTS.
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I'ltV- We Me ;ii,;':i-ii, 1 I" ;tin mate I'. E.
1"HY in a c;i"'.!iii,ili. Icf i !' I mi t" Ii c i live fit
TriHU ( if l'.i liter, (Vi.uty si Ijiil I" Hie .letii-u
of I he I)i iiHTi.it ii party. I'i .u.;.i eh I.i i..1, ..!
iiril.iy, hive u !mt M, 1 n?,.
lOKS-W. are antlioirnl tn ani oiii.ee A.
It. lii:"ui.'i :is ii e!inilii';'.'e f n i'i i"..in to t'ic
otllce of 'I riistie ef li' iituii Cuiuity, stiljeet to
tin) iietii n ef t l.o I H'Cinue i y . i'li:..;. -y
tlt'Ctiiiii SHtt'iiiny, lifet ii i in r l'.i, I (.,.
Unit l nit;
'. i. in. Dt;t Himllior vote wrs -.k-on
tr.i a I.i lid i eu bubji-i t that Jilioww
hov: tin' cz!ui tiouB oJ t!:o t rusi.s nro
r ;.;:ir-h'il y f 'irmcrs. Tho
i'u.n fiikoil whs: "Hhu'.ihl tin.-!:; o
r ;;ulivl( (1 cr EuppnviM d V" llio
nnsv.or v:uh: Itotilatod, 'J2,-.jI;
ripprt s;- il, 11,119. This straw
voto kIio'-vs thti drift fcr tni tit re
form and rouhition (-f tho tru.-t-,.
Tlut ".stdTid patters" have a job in
front of them next year.
LAS. I!. !'.':-V.'u lire uu1ti.,ni 'i t i,iii;niree
AV. A. I.Asin.ric lis a Ciil'iilitlate for I'Wtirii to
tlie oil.i'o of TiiHtee of I.elil -ll Cuunty, Silljt-rt
to the iietion of llu; Ih'iiniei i.tii' wu!y. I'ri'i'iirj
election Satuidity, l'eefiiiliei' l'.i, r.'e;:.
MnCOKll- V'e are iiiithoriei! to tnl Deo
). MeCui:!) as it camliilato lor re i lt et inn to tl.i
lilliee of Slier, . f 1'. i;!o:i l'tit:;::y, HUl jcet lo t;ie
actiulii'f ti.e i.einoei.'il id iai''y. I'i neai y il..e-
t ion S;il in ,ii,y, 1. eeliilii r U), l..'j:;.
Dowie's barrel won't feel a bit
shy in the glare of all the free
advertisii the New York papers
are tuvicLt him.
Alii hi. v. in ,m , ln'i :i
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l'r.iyi'i- i:i"i 1 in will lie In id at
t '.i ; )1 i'--.' S it urd'iy ni.di t .
r.'.na'T-j ftii" btHV tli;::j;ii!;; p a-'
nut -i and t.'.ak itt:; r'irf;!i utn.
It- V. 1). D. l') id pr.'iti lii'd an ex
tvi'.leiit h ri ion !n r'- Sunday.
2Ii-si'rt Alice and Ada llatli-yof
Hi luM n visiti 1 here Hutiday.
rd iss Didle llath-y f I'avatt wa.-t
tlie;;uect of Mhs Cora IMedraie on
Mih. T. V. Santidei'H ban b n
visiting r datives at Hollow Hock,
tin' pit vei k.
There will he preaohing and n
hapti.ing at Cioley' Landing on
next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
1'ettie 5nswell closed h r
fichool hero last Friday. This lias
been tlio most .successful nchool
taught in this community in many
years, raid Mim l'oswell deservoH
givat credit as a teacher.
CiiAi.K Level, October 20.
I 7 A
It in suggested that the J. Tier
pout method of financing has pasbod
iu this country. That is a mistake.
T.I r. Morgan's mothed will prevail
as long as tho tariff does.
TfiE sugar trust is taking advan
tage of an antc-e!ectiou session of
Cougress to ask further protection
against European sugar. The trust
knowshow to strike when the iron's
Texas farmers, driven out of rct
tou raising by the boll weevil, are
turning their attention to Alfalfa
raising andaremaking at least four
times u3 much profit as they mode
out cf cotton.
According to the report of the
agents of the Department of Jus
tice thousands of illegal naturali
zation papers are being grant u to
aliens all over the country iu vio
lation of the provision of tho im
migration law which was passed at
the last session cf Congress. The
State courts are especially lax in
naturalization cases, aud an in
stance is cited whero a Chicago
judge admitted 1,800 foreigners to
full citizenship in one evening.
This would have been physically
impossible if he had administered
the oath separately iu each case as
he is presumed to do by the law.
The provision of the law which
states that persons with anarchistic
beliefs, inclinations or tendencies
shall not be citizens of the United
States has been frequently ignor
ed. It is said that the President
will recommend to Congress the
passage of an act which will give
the federal courts jurisdiction in
all naturalization cases and which
will cieato a special commission to
examine and report to the judge
upon all applications for citizen
AN INJUNCTION iK.NTi:i.
Tho following Memphis special
of Sunday has been pulli.-hed by
tho daily press:
"In the federal court yesterday
Judge Hammond granted an in
junction in the case of the Fidelity
ai d Deposit Company of Mary
land against D. (1. Hudson, the
Camden Hank and Trust Company
and fifty-nine other complainants.
The complainant asked the court
to absolve it from liability on the
bond of D. G. Hudson, who was
mad"ai:signeeof the Camden "Bank
and Trust Company, and later a
trustee under a general crediloro'
bill, it being admitted that said
Hudson is in default to the extent
of about 613,000.
"The complainant contended
that the court's orders in the gen
eral creditors' bill so changed the
conditions of the bond given that
it made it inoperative, and that by
the filing of the general creditors'
bill tho creditors themselves could
not take advantage of any viola
tion of a bond given only as as
signee. "The contention of the defend
ants was that the bond, which ap
pears not to bo dated, was filed af
ter Hudson had been appointed
trustee under u general creditors'
bill, and therefore operates as a
guaraui.ee under that proceeding.
They also contended that no mul
tiplicity of suits had been threatened."
chi:ai lands .
Tor Ilomenfi-keiii nml Colonies.
The cimrtry :i!nris' the Cotton Belt
Ui uiein SnutheiiHt MisHimri, Arkansas,
Northwest Louisiana aii'l Texas oilers
the tiientcst opjiortunitit'H for lionit'Heek
ers. Mild (litnat jrontl water, cheap
li t i ! 1 1 i 1 1 k material, abundance of fuel, and
Fni! tied u ill often in a ninle season yield
cno'ivh to pay for the ground. Land can
he luiii'ht as i heap as if'J.iil) an ncre, prat
i ie land at 1 1 and $." per aero up, bottom
l.uid at I') nti.l !f() and up, in proved or
partly cleared land at $10 and $15 per acre
up. Snir. e line propositions for colonies
tracts of 'J.UOO to 8,000 acres at $1 to $10
p"r ncie bijr money in this for a good or-
can;cr. runt and truck laiins in the I
mens peach and tomato belt of East Tex
as at i 10 to $20 per acre up. Write us
for information about cheap rates, exeur
tion diites, also literature descriptive of
th.s great country and let us help yon fun
a home (hat will cost von no more than
the rent you pnv every vear.
E. W. LaEk utmk,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo
Don't fail to see the great Gas-kill-Mundy
death trap Icon at the
Pythian Carnival at Jr.ckfon, Oc
tober 2i) to 31. Nicholas CUfalc,
theonly remaining one of the three
death-defying uare-tievik, who be
gan tho .sea-on with this thrilling
Mrs. S. J. Travis ia receiving a
new line of fall hats, and invites
the ladies to call and make a se
lection before they are all gone.
Sweet Gum, Tenn., March 21, 1903.
Dr. D. Gariirikle, Nashville, Tenn.
My Dear Sir I take great pleasure to
infoim you that my wife and 1 are belli
blessing the day when I bought the battle
ol yoiir Eye Kcinedy when you was in
Sparta, Tenn. For many years my wife
EaU'ered with granulated eyelids and sore
eyes and it allected her head, and idler
using only one bottle of your Rre.it. Eye
Ileni' dy .'lie can see as good as she ever
did, and sutlers no pain in her eyes or
head. She says she will never cease roe-
1 "-I 1 ! ,
n; unonomg vour eye uemeuy even u .sue
lives to be 100 years old. " '
J. "W. Coots.
CHANCERY SALE OF LA WD.
In obedience lo a decree mace at the
July tenn r.f the chancery court iu the
cause of it. "I. Wood el als vs. A. 11
l'riidcird ct nl I will on
Monday, the 2cl Day of November,
it (be east door ef the court-house in the
town of Camden o'l'er for sale to the high
est bidder the following described tract
of land as follows, towit : Lying in the
second civil . is) net of lienton County
Tennessee, and bounded on the north by
Council and llntley.on the east by bond
on the pout h by W ood, on the west by
M. YY . r.aber and containing :.0() acres
more or less.
Said land will be sold for the purpose
of reimbursing T. J. Dodd $2,000.00, the
amount of purchase, price paid by him
with interest from date of deed, which is
the ISlh day of September, 1000.
Tei:ms of Salk.
Said land will be Fold upon a credit of
t w elve months, in bar of the equity of re
deinption. The purchaser will be requir
ed to execute note bearing interest from
date of sale with approved personal se
cunty thereon, and a lien will be retain
ed on said land as further security.
This September 2S. l'.H):;.
A. G. Mc DANIEL.
Clerk and Master
Jo It. Hawkins and S. L. Pkki.ku,
Solicitors for defendants.
Non-Resident Attachment Notice,
.he Kind Voti II. m Ah'iii's I ;., M Iia- Is.nito the sie i
dire ef Chit. II. I'h t her, ;ual h:n hecti Ui:iio iiti,!i r ! i-i
personal Hiper i ds:i fni eee III) eurs. Atlovv lu "
t: deceive joii in lhi-. '...i.ilt 1 1 it Imitat ioi.s and
.);i-;-.s-go,M " nre lint "'. ; i inu ist nml cm! anger tho
lundl'i ef C'hib.Ir n Ixjm i U m ii nain t J.ei inn nl.
whai ig i-7- 3 Oi-iiA
Ca'-fiiiii is Imrii.lcs st.'il it u n Cor ('a-dor Oil, lare
j;ric, l)i'sps anil Soeihinir Sreps. It is rica-it l. It
i ntair.s: n:ilh r 0;i:iui, ; :i pbine nor oll.cr N.'r,;
Mtb-duiieo. Its ago is I I.i jrianuile. It destroy W
:ui;l alhij.-i l'eerilinesi. It urcs Iiarrl.ea tiwl V -. ,
Colic, It relievos Tc tiling: Trouhles, i un s ;oosl ipa( i n
anil IM.iluh'Dcv. It s'.si:in!at( s the l'ol, regi:i ilr. tlw'
Mtiiiii n Ii :i!id li'iMi b, K' '"T hoaltliy ;iiol n;it ural .-!( cp.
The C'liitdren's Iui;uea-Tht5 lothi r'.s l'lii n.'.
A -II TT ritTA A liTrrtTT T r.n Alii-
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si Ecars tho Surnaluro of
In Use For Over 30 Year?.
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On tract of land of ;i75 acres, kn
its the Willis II. Co'.e tract of land, h
in the twelfth civil district of Denton'
County, near Sawyer's Mills.
It is admirably situated and suited for
a good stock f.,nn. About 100 acres is
creek bottom land, and produces well.
I will ell at a bargain.
For particulars and terms, call on or
address J.J. COLE,
NOTICE TO FAKMICUS. ,
Commencing with the movement tof
new corn, we will at all times be in (he
market in your section for Corn, hurk c,
in any atnountn of from 1 to ICO cars.
We w ill pay highest cash prices for the
same loaded on cars at your station.
Parties having coin for sale, will find
it to their interest to confer with us before
DUCK MVEIl GRAIX CO.,
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The Largest Stork in tliA World. Nea
All the, rUoi"P, lue.ious kinds for the Card.M
ami Fancy Market. Also siiipoinu; Varieties.
Also FrtMt Trues of nil kiniW lo (iroweri
ttt VVholoHalo Kitten. Wo will nave yon
liulf in ilaiUng u.11 orchard. IlewlxuTicS,
Asparagus, Uliubarb, (irapu Vines, etc.
Our 120 pfitje Manual freo to
buyers, enables everybody to
grot them with, success aud
All plants packed to carry
nentlresli as when du:.' illustrate
five. Specify if you want catal.iiaie ot Shipping
Varieties or Fancy (iardeu kinds.
CONTINENTAL PLANT CO.,
K ITT K ELI,, N. C.
Thomas & Lucas
The Noble Machine Co.
lleindon, J. !'.
I OK BALK.
A good 8-room house and lot on north
west corner court equate, Camden, Tenn.
LVbt well in town. For terms, apply to
II. M. TOWN SEND,
Ilornbeak, Obion County, Tenn.
All parties indebted -to ns by note or
account are requested to settle "the same
by November 1, PlOo, or they will have
to settle with an oflieer.
This September 2l 190d.
J, J. Cole & Sox.
A 7ANTKi- Kverybody to know that voa don't
V have m si, iter any longer with (0::iniilii:,il
I' eliiis. Soro SCycs, nor to have your eves water,
ii ii, burn, smait, jrnni up, or wild hair to lui.i,
!u cause von cm fiitv vourm-if at home with' I'r.
1. ;AKl IN Ki.i.'H E'VK UKMKIiy. Xo rimt
ter liow severe I lie case Is, nor of I, iw long stand-in.-',
his remedy can and will cure you. Ii lias
cured hun ''reds of others hi ler doctor and oi In r
remedies hud tailed. Vvv fe lor u free s.'.mi'ile;
it will sure eon ,iinv voa ; Hf you can and vdl be
ei'ied; i;..t oit i!:in ' five it a trial. Ail
tin ss Ir. I). CAlil- IN K T.I-;, t;o;i;i .Not l!i isunimt'i-tftit-et,
To tiik Noih.k Maciiin k t'o. :
In pursuance, of an order heretofore made n ml
entered by me, J. 0. llerndon, a Justice of the
Peace of r.fiiiton County, Tennessee, iu ao at
tachment suit wherein Thomas & Lucas are
plaintiffs and you are defendants; you are here
by not ilied t hat upon the affidavit of J. il. Thom
iis.oneof the firm plaintiff, in which itisalle;od
Unit, you, the Noble Machine Co., is indebted to
said Thomas & Lucas in the sum of four hundred,
live and li-loo (S in.vooi dollars due by account for
money hat! and received and for work and re
pairs to nuH'liiiiery, and that the claim is just;
and that, you, the said tho Noble Machine Co. is
a non-resident of t he lit ate of Tennessee, a writ
of attachment was, on the iirtl day of October,
no:;, issued agaitmt you by me, a Justice of the
Peace as aforesaid of Iteuton County, which writ
came, into the hands of J . P. Cuff, a Constable of
said county, and was by him, on the 5th day of
October, 1SI03, duly levied on certain properly of
yours, vi?.: A lot of hoop machinery consisting
of 1 Mar Saw, 1 Hoop Coder, 1 Hoop Plainer, 1
lioop topper, i noop j tinner, a eouwer suaus
and 1 liingersa nd all tha attachments thereto be
longing, the saint) situated on tlio mill yard of
Thomas & Lucas itt Eva, Tennessee, as appears
by the return of said Constable made, on the Mb
day of October, l'.na, to me, the said J. C. Hern
don, Justice as ft foresaid.
Now then, you, the said the Noble Machine Co.
are reunited to appear at noon on the 21st day of
November, LKi;;, at the olltee of me, the said J.
C. llerndon, Justice aforesaid, in the lath civil
(lislrit'.t of I'.enton County, before me as the Jus
fee having cognizance of this cause, then ami
thevetotlefend thisaction so commenced against
you by attachment, otherwise the cau.se will be
proceeded In against you ex parte.
This 17th day of October, l'.KO.
J. C, HF.UN'lViN .
Justice of ib Peace o.' Keulou County, Teiim-s-.e.
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TRAINED - ANIMAL - EXPOSITION
fill EiMMt at GsofJea, r.e M Beljj, fiifai OcoO
Giving Two Grand Performances at 2 and 8 p. m,, Rain or Shine
ADMISSION, 25 cents. CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEARS, 15 cents
The Largest and Heaviest Lion in Captivity
The Best Trained Elephant on Earth
... " '.,
Take the children to soo our little Baby Lions ami pretty little Ponies
See BOLIVAR, the prettiest little pony iu the tC
world, only 2G inches high '
Ses, Grasi, jslSso, Glittering m et R532
Free Balloon Ascensiou aud Parachute Juiiip at 1 and 7 p.m. Don't
rjids it it U as free as the air you breathe.