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A "I'M NHVHI-Al'Hl. t. i;ir,i Wkkkly at Cam i -i n, Tj nn. '1 il &I CONO Ct.A!,BWllMAlTr I ll'I.O.I l) II I' of illK ClIltllMCI Kll i a M v v.fl :,:.tii,'i .'01 nl iiiiiiilli i, v Inch ." 1,1 ' "'iitl..' pal' I in ixhiiiii-c. All NiilHcnit JKini u ill lr jiioni.'l litypiH'd lit fxplriiUoii of iiin" i fur. j'l:ti:wy mill Mniliitr noliiH.s will liecliHriTiI fur ai Hie v,il. of j. nii !(-r liiii;. Wc will furnish ' l' lV U'"1 '"' ,Mlv,-l'!lhiHi' apiilicit- NVu'ii mi, iiiunlcal Inns aikI Hltlrl.Mm iiii stlniis of t 1 1 l i Inien-st ai e iiolwitf(l,l)iit v,(' assume no responsibility for the (x1re:mlin contained In nil HIH ,i i:ot1,imi:( Mtlohs and url Irlrst publHhi d. Kl'OllllaiH'I'M i'.'lil hi ti,-.,!,. lit u.t. i.,,... .. il,..t P;f'' tly .i;if(, hut all riiiltlaiicc sent arcat all tllO folks; fctlll, r.k in 1,1m sender. All r. iiilttaiii'ei anil buslneMs eon. iiiuiiIi'iiIioiis to COIllO llOIllO. I ' m'mi to J 11 r, I II li ,N1( Ciiluileii, Tcllli. FKIDAY, JULY 21, 18'J'J. IN THE PHILIPPINES. Mrs. J. (1. Hobins hm received the following letters from her son, Surgi. Will M. llobins, at lloilo. Tho first is dated May 12, and the r?' other Juno 3 if you were f:i im could slart for hoiiiH at any time you wished, hut o he under bondage ami ran not lto unless one man nayn m. 'l'hat is where it hmtn, is io have it said Y,,,i ..... 1 , UMI Villi 11(11 jl, JUIIJH , j mi llllV got to stay hero,' "Well, I ucfis by this letleryou will think I am homesick and near ly dead to como home, and you will not miss it very far, Of oourso I would like, to corny homo and net I am not dying como home. 1 can stay away, for I havo dono m for tho last nine teen months, and I enn still do it if 1 have to. hut I dislike to 'have to.' "I am nil o. k. and haying very good health, and 1 have not much room to kick. Wo haven't had any fighting to do for some time, and I don't think we will havo to flight I'ell I think her picture is ti:,u it i.i:s association. The following are the proceed, ings of tho teachers' association,' which met at Smith's College July 15, 1KW: Tin' president being absent, the hotiso was called to order by Vice President Robert Warmack, and in tho absence of tho secretary M. E. Byrn, the assistant secretary, wa.-i called to the desk. The minutes of the last meeting wen called for, but tho secretary had failed to pond them, and the reading of the minutes was omitted. Those who wero assigned to the first part of tho program being ab sent, M. E. Byrn made a short ad dress of welcome, which waa re sponded to by T. WT. Cuff. On motion, tho president appoint ed speakers on tho following subjects: "Education of the Heart," C. C. Vick, N. Prer.son. "The Text Cook Law," H. 11. Peeler. "Standard An- vnv inwa COMPANY. SI MklUi ,i Cj t . j m m M Ij u ! s A II I.I. I IM. Ill' Toilet ilrlieles, yukmii, Sosps 5 tymiil Ea-J Side Public Square, CAMDEN, TENN "Dear Llother-I received your fully pretty, and. tho handker letter the other day and was very cllipfa Were m uicc GluI 1 lbftnk -lad to leaiu of vour bein- well and 'ou nna ncr lor Ulom' aJso Mr- Jlc" thors." Miss Eva Trazier and Lem getting along so nicely. Plcaso give CullouSh for tho one he sent me- Thompson my best regards to Uov. N. II. Wa- u oukl very glad to get a letter T W CuLr g. A. Uyrn and N ters, and give him my thanks for ora Pressou then discussed the subject tho interest ho .entertains for me, 1 llon fc know whether 1 Wl11 get "Why Should Directors and Pat as-woll.ns his compliments paid me' home in tim0 to 1)0 ranrric(1 or Ilot rons Attend the Teachers' Associa and that I will bo glad to meet him . 11 Btum8 lut in8 W1U au-ue mar" tion" with great interest when I return homo. . netl UCIore 1 Kot lliere' lbn tlie "Why Should Teachers Strive to "I, am clod that von value. t.hR emidron that iwillhe Home 1 think Complete the Secondary Course, i . v i ' l j1 iyij I stiolls I sent you so highly, and I am glad that yon gave the parties one, that you did. I am sorry, but tlon't expect I will , bo ablotoget any more cf the -coffee shells, for I -lave not seen them on this island, and don't think thero are any of thom-here, but will do my best to get them for you. "Yes, I have received the chil- drens' pictures, and think them aw fully sweet; they look real natural, in timo to have a good Christmas if not before, and tell to wait' for me. "Your affectionate sou, "Will M. Hobixs. FROM LIUEKTY. KeKular corre.sioiiilence. Elmer Arick conducted devotional sorvices Saturday evening. Pt. C. Floyd and wife, of Ramble Creek, visited here last week. F. D. Madden ha3 -an-attack of ,c,u, -apprec ai uiem, cllilgi General heaUll ig not d aim ui you mm x win iaKe goou in tllis locality w w ; oacK Afishingparty of about 150 peo with rne. Tell Johnnie to Wii-V -, , r, . , , ., , x . pie n-ow mis ana adjoining com- xim gins. whua he. js young, and mUnities spent last Wednesday no yem uiu uuougu no win not be bashful like his brother Will. Tell him I glory in his spunk, and that I wish I had about ten vears ritOM HUSTI.ETOWN. of my life to go over again I would put in better time than I did. "Tell the children I wish that I was there to play with them and have some unj that I have just se cured a big box to bring them a a whole host of curiosities, that is, if they will permit us to bring our boxes home with us, and I am afraid they will not permit us to do so. 'I am well except my eyes; they are awiully -weak, and since I have J Grove August 7. been here in this sweltering climate Miss Flora TTtW is HnmpwW. in, tiiey aro very bad. I am Jiaving disposed this week. them -treated.. llev. N. Pt. Waters will m-eaeh at, received n let. Morris ChaPel liext Sunday. Mrs. Mary Walls and daughter, was warmly discussed by C. C. Vick, M. E. Uyrn, J. M. Lockhart, T. Wr. Cuff, S. II. Peeler and others. On motion, a query box was or dered, the questions were written and distributed, and the associa tion adjourned for dinner. Tho house was called to order at 1.30 p. m., and after singing a few songs, the answering of queries was taken up. This consumed a great deal of time, and speakers were lim ited to 5 "minutes, and finally the queries were omitted. Cube root was thoroughly ex plained by S. II. Peeler and A. Mc- Kelvey. The use of a chart was discussed by A. A. Liudsey, J. C. Bane, Ilase Brooks and others. C. C. Vick seemed to have a good supply of crayons in his pockets for the boys. T. WT. Cuff seemed to think the association was very dry and needed water. Several of the young ladies went driving while the association was m session. Some of the standard authors Regular correspondence. I . 0, , . Bain is badly needed throughout Slven were iumou' urus; mKes- this section. - P?re u,uvulonie' lluu luw mubU School will open at Missionary profitable thoible.. j.no loiiowuiir comiiiuiees wore on Sandy River. The fishing was not good, but an abundance- of provis ions were carried and it proved a very enjoyable occasion for every one in the party. Tho champion coffee drinker of two years ago was again voted champion. The count was by potsfull instead of cupsfulL Libekty, July 18, Everything is New, Pure i Fresh. PafifcmPT'CNo Accurately Compoukijfd at All Houns DAr an'i Nicsi n XJ tors. TRAVIS & HUDSON are ready to receive their friends and customers in their nw quarters in the brick house adjoin ing D. C. Bushing's, near tha southwest corner of square. A Resort for Ladies. 9 ( Stock will be Increased. 10 Tho ladies are especially invited o cn!!, a'rJ fVcryUiing v. ill be dono to make the place a ladies' resort. Loafers arc prohibited from loafing in our new place. i We will add a lino of Confectioneries at an early date, and the Choice Fruits ot the season will be kept on hand. Ice Cream, Soda Water, Lemonade, Lunches, Fresh Broad and Cakes, Tobacco and Cigars. Tables and chairs have been provided. "TRAVIS & HUDSON, f i on A, J. P, Calmer and family leave to day for Lake County to-day to visit his son, W. E. Baker. Aunt Caroline Aulsup is in very feeble health, and unless there is a change for the better she can not survive many days. There will be preaching at Ba ker's Chapel next Friday and Sat urday nights. A strong effort will be made to have the bishop preach on Saturday night. There was a meeting at Barnes' School -house yesterday to elect new directors, but the owing to the ab sence of the proper officials the meeting was postponed. Greenbrier, July 18. "Hawk's Best" and "Tube Rose" Fancy Patent Flour $4.25 per bar rel. Cash only. PuiLLirs Grocery Co. Miss Janie Flowers, are on the list K t,be PffPj0 of Cd!ef 6 "Dear mother I ter from you the other day, and I was awfully proud to hear from you, fori had not heard from home for moro than four weeks, and was getting restloss and uneasy, for I thought something may have hap- nmiRfl In vnn. T hftvo iiot heard V- - . I ,1 .li nr; i i "i from fiithar until I received 1US uuS"is .uisses ueriruue auu your letter. I have received your allit; of Weakley County, visited J " i l nr r mi l i i ci iha hu-We.vohhJ and the nicture u x' ea uome oiu . I nrlnxT fmm T'orroll SiritrV nui'fo ill F Yn enn not imamne how "'""-' . v " O I 1 1 T I TT ana nis conumon is serious, lie appointed: On resolutions S. H. Peeler, Lem Thompson and H. E. Martin. . On program M. E. Byrn, W. D. Cooper and C. C. Vick. . Resolutions were adopted thank- of sick. A. J. Utley, who was thrown by a mule recently, is able to be out with the aid of crutches. 1 Billie Mitchell and two charm- happy I was to receive the package find .-nicture which was so sweet and natural looking, and then to j see the face of one-for whom I en tertain the highest regard, and, mother, I would have been so much more.' delighted to have received one of yourself. I would have felt more like I was at home for a short time. for their kindness and hospitality The committee on program agreed to have tho program ready as soon as possible. On motion, the association ad journed to meet at Morris Chapel August 1(J. Robert Warmack, M. E. Byrn, President. Secretary. VKOM HAWLEV'S. has been at work with the fence crew on the railroad. Hustletown, July 7. For the cash you can buy "Tube Hose" and "Hawk's Best" Fancy Tatent Flour at $4.25 per barrel. PniLLirs Grocery Co. njul;ir correspondence. J. II. Nunnery spent Sunday at Mount Moriah. Whoopiug cough is an epidemic in this locality. Harris McAuley has been indis posed this week. Remember the singing here next Sunday at 2 p. m. Hawley's, July 18. A; 'its-2. V,' r . j . .-1 O McGEE'S mm chill mm. KAKM I OK S ALU. A val;iallcV farm, 207 J acres; suitable for farming and ntoek raising; location convenient ; terms reason allr ; title O. Iv. pp1.v to I. N. J5IUDGEK, 13-25-Gm. Gamdcn, Tenn. o Lebanon L&v Sciio LEBANON, TENN. Ten ThonHiuid TaRCH of I.i vImk Law Keally a Two Vem-g Course Accomplished iu ONE YEAR, . With Diploma and Licence. REVIEWED Another Year Free of Charge. Address-. N.GREEN, Chancellor , NEXT TERM SEPT. 4, 13-3-S- Non-resident notice. KNOCKS CUT CHILLS AND FEVER. PleastTit to take. Contains no poison, lickrantcel to care or money refunded. IARQB BIZE B0TTL2. Sold" by J. O. PRESSON, CHlnden, Tenn. Go to the Fry Drug Company or pure, fresh drugs. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. James Nunnery et als vs. Ilafford Wat son et aln. In the County Court at Cam den, Tennessee. In this rauHO it appearing from tho bill filed herein, which is sworn to that La cev MarelibankH, Kinch Smith and the appe day in August, next, before the judge of the county court of lien'on Comity, I en nessee, at the court-house in the town of Camden, and make defense to tho bill filed against them and others seeking to sell the land of Kinchen Nuaurovy died the owner for the purpose ot partition among his-heirs, or otherwisa the- bill will be taken for confessed. It Is fur ther ordered that this notice be publish ed for four coiKiecntive weeks in The Camden Chronicle, a newspaper pub lished at Camden. This June 21, 1899. (jr. 13. CrliKEll, S. L. Peklek, Clerk. Solicitor for complainants. 19 3 Stato of Tennessee, Benton County M. L. .Holland vs. R. F. Holland. : In the Circuit Court at Camden, Tenn. In this cause it appears to the clerk from the petition filed herein which is sworn to that tho defendant, R. F. Holland, h a non-resideut of the State of Tennessee and is a resident of- the Stato of Arkan sas, so that the ordinary process of law can not bo served upon him; it is there" fore ordered by the clerk that tho said R. F. Holland enter his appearance in this cause on or before tho first Monday in- August, 1899, and make defense to complainant's petition by which she- seeks to have the bonds of matrimony between herself and the said R. F. Hoi- land dissolved, or the same will be taken : for confessed and the cause set for heart- -in q:i parte as to- him. This June 8, 1809. L. R. WATSON, C. S. Brandon, Clerk, , Solicitor. 19-2 " 2 VaAiWi E ' S ! Vi3 U SF W M - INK Fict affected by Heat or Cold. Highest Awards at Centennial, ; Paris and World's Fair. fac pRAZER lubricator Co., . Factories: Chciago, St Lcui, Now York. , FROM GKKKNBKIKK. Fine cicars and choice tobaccoa. ..-rail J ' You can not imagine How 1 teel t tho Fry Drua Compaiiv. . nd no one else, unless they have experienced it, for it is a sensation J Wanted 25,000 ties; will pay-top luguiar correspondence. to one ten thousand I prices; ties will be received at all mifasAway from home and in such J points on Tennessee River. E. E i eountrv as tuis and to receive let- Thompson, Cooley's Landing, Tenn w.-nml pictures from loved ones - . . . i I -r i rrr r -r-r i -,ft--m month's silence, and to think -ico cream ai iravis liutison s .m not touch or be near those every evening. They are prepared greatly appreciated UW vw ' , i TT ' T. CAt r-r --o 1 c!l-,'lTllr ' " II. o.. --It would be different 1 notice loveu gallon orders on short you 'an J. S. Cherry will go to Birdsong t6-morrow. J. W. Byrn and wife visited near Claud Sunday. A light shower Sunday night was II. E. Brooks will start on his re- iuin trip to Texas to-iaoircvv erfect Health parly. The beet remedy f o ulIesl9Dn. cnAri LIVER RECULATO in poeslMe pnly when tlio Iirer nnd kldnpvB work propariy. rne cees remeay ior bu uvr aua iauey iroublei. lahn PDSMOCnlR Ban It rpdtoroB these tiplected orimns to thetr naUirul, healthy comlltlon, enabliug Wiem to perform .hip ttnn.trt.int ftnu'UoTiB uroDorlv. It la a vetff.tAh'La powder, tnken dry or eteejiert. hi ode from a fe:ruiuia Li uo by Jjjyptlans and Arabs in the lOUi ceniary. Comes In tin boie. snd will r- t .... keep its full KtrettU ia any DOlU DV LirUPEtSU. climate, ny length ot time. M!'d by Or. Granger Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Taa.