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A ('('I M'V NKW Hi'AII' H. l'ri;L!.;:;i. V.:;ai.v at Camp Ti NN. r U It BFO AT rAKDIN a: Till' StlllSl'l ptioH I I i . t f 1 11 K ('II IIONII I It W f.l) renin per e;ir; '..leenH Im' MX inulillis, wlifrli iMisllivelv Itiusl lr k i til in ii.l vanei'. All sua 1 ilun will he iiitiiilly si(.it il ut eilial:cii (il tilne i;iul nr. Mill iiiii'y iiml similar in it ler will In' eliai'P'il Ur ill Ihc ntli- (if .1 cents per line. Vi will liniilsh l i Irs lor display ;uui local uilvel ti .in ml iippllca- inn. N e ws ('(11111111 in lc;i! H li s :i ml ::i I iclrs mi iin sl Inns ol public Interest uro S'llicileil, lint we iismiiiic mi responsibility lul ' the expressions contained In all such communications and art iclen published. Keinlltai s can lie made, in itiious ways Unit arn perfectly sale, lint all remittances sent iivcat l'lsk (i 1 1 1 sender. All remittances and business communications should he .sent to 'J'JIK ( II KOMt I I'., Camden, leim. Fill DAY, AUGUST 1, 18J9. WISDOM OF DUYINQ AT HOME. Nathaniel C. Fowler, the well known advertising expert, gives n fow sensible ideas about buying at homo. Did it ever occur to you, wo ask, that the shoddy woman of shoddy style, that whitewashes her gingerbread that her neighbors may think she has frosted cake, is often the one who makes the big gest fuss about shopping, and who often spends the most and gets the least for her money? Really, she works harder to get rid of her money than in getting it mnke an imprrK-ion. lien the an swer cntno it read "nit down in a pan of dough." This was ratlu-r rough, but, ho was a vi rv imti' iit man and thought ho would yet succeed. The next advertisement to attract his attention read "how lo double your money in six months." No was told to convert hi money into bills, fold them and he would see his money doubled. Nut ho was bound to get some useful secret that he could make money, ho he sent ?5 to find out how to write without pen and ink. Tho answer was "try a lead pencil." Then he sent a dollar to learn "how to get rich," and was told to "work like tho devil and never spend a cent." This was dis couraging, but ho decided to try just once more and sent a 2 bill to learn how to live without work, and was told to "fish for suckers as we do." Ho takes tho homo paper now and ia happy. VltOM G KEEN BUI EK, Kcgular correspondence Henry French, of Springville, was over Sunday. John Cantrell has returned from a trip to Kentucky. E. Wygul and C. N. Hudson NLW TEXT COOKS. following m a li t. f t!n lm V t by th Ktuti! Text I'.'x-k 'on in l-.-.ion with tho contract unit exer jij'o price h. AVliwrca I'cinoii luis an old bunk lm run ocliiuip;) it for a new one of i im ilar gnwlo ly pa) in tho fxcliaiw price, and tf lie )im no lunik on luind lie will, in purchasing a new one for any p;rude. pay tli'i contract price. Tim contnu t ami exchange pliers will le printed up on all liooliH adopted by the '(iiniiisnion ; Honk. Contract, l'.xi,liaiie,i, WrlttiiL'- l Ileal Slant business Hook ertieal Slant Honk keeping. Montgomery's Silijde 1 .11 1 I V , Kinule and Konlilt) I'.ntry...., I'.Iuiiks, Six Hooks I.ain;iia" Lessons, Hyde's Composition Hinl lUleiol ic, Wll hams' I'l liner, Alexander's United States History. IahsU I'l -unary J.ee's New School History (Kev. I'd.) AliM'lua, Mllne'8 -iliient s School Alk'ehra, Fisher & Schwatt's With exercises 1'hvsioloy, Cutter's '.e;mners Julciinedlate Comprehensive Iiicllunary, Worcester's Primary New School New Academic (iraiiimar, Met cult's I' li'iuentMi'V Kiurhsh . . Knulish tirammar W Agriculture, Winslow's I'linei i pies of Til Civil (loverimient, rciennairs KKY DWIKi COMPANY. r r.'l i i I ri at " i i i' 1 !' 1 3 1 ! 7fU I.) A i i i.i. i.im; or l( ft i3 I r ft UhUtlti So oi So no (U .) .11" .00 .01 M A .'.: .7'.' .M! ..M .Ift .'JJ .11 ,i;n .r,o i .50 10. r .7,r. mm llrlirlRS. Pnrrnnsm. S firofiolsls East Side Public Square, CAMDEN. TENN . Fvnrvthinrr is Mow. Pure rl Fresh. CJ Piieiscriptions AccuitATt LY CoriPOUNfM.o at Att I !ou:i3 Day m:d Might. mon 1 w & S I & 5 B C4 u y OPENS FOR TERM OF TEN MONTHS SEP EMBER 1 1, .41 .40 xr, ..'ill .1'J .'-' .30 .10 .'..'0 .1,0 .IS J Ynn lmvft n dniv. in nprfnrm and went to Claud Saturday that dutv is to support your town Newt Brewer, of Big Sandy, was .it .14 .10 el :m Ai from progressive motives as well as from selfish motives. If your local stores doesn't carsy the goods you need, the chances are its your fault, not theirs. They can not afford to carry good things In great variety if you spend your dollars abroad and your cents at home. Give your stores tho opportunity and they will give you tho goods, Spend your money in a distant city, and all you will receive are the goods you buy. Spend it in your own town and it will come back to hero on official business last week. "We havo had bountiful rains the past two weeks, which were greatly appreciated. Aunt Caroline Alsnp was taken suddenly worse Saturday, and was no better Sunday night. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bevil died last Tuesday. We join in extending sympathy to the bereaved family. An election was held at Barnes' School-house last Saturday and the following directors were elected: Marion Davis, Andrew Warmack Tennessee Kdltioll Npellinn Word hy Word (Primary)... Word by Word (Advanced). Heading, Sttckney's i'irst Second Third Fourth l'iith Ant hnietic, Wentwortli's Klcnieiitary I'riict leal (l'lactica! includes Thtirmau'S reckoniii!: time.) (ieoiiiapliy, ! rye's lot i-oductory iTennesseo Edi tion) Advanced (Telin. Edition Natural rhilosophy, uancs El ements of 8" C.eonietrv, Went worth's New l'laiie, Revised Edition, ism, half leather 00 New 1 'lane and Solid, Kevised Edition, 1SVJ, half leather.. 1.00 .27 .27 Faculty W. D. Cooper, principal; Miss Uctuo Whi'uieio, ussjmjm; mis. Ivie Check, instrumental music; Guy Hall, vocal music; U. A. Polls, teleg raphy. Com-Hc of study practical, coniin'li'iu.iv.'. ami tiioi -onli, iiK-lit-i:'.' Knlili, classicM, ami aiathciaatim Mal'ni ami an....! m.-l'.o.h ol n.tnic ion lloaltliv locality. Unililing lare, romlort..!...' 'oi.m...u'.,w :.'... .', i . " .. .. I.'.... f ....i l,..,. i,. f, ,i.,.im ( '. i. ...1.1 1',.,.. U'lK'iti) in the ucst oi lainiiicH. i in nuun-i - ,,,w. ,,,,,, ,-li.-i;uuiMi, Camion, Tksn. riinciraj. .40 .88 .07 .07 .OS .11 .15 .17 .21 .11 .21 .20 .41 .40 f t In .no .r,o vnn. nnt. nnlv in ihn fnnds von lmv and Jesse Wyatt. but in better streets, better schools One of the oldest persons in the The commission will ro-advertiso at an arly date for a history of Tennessee -ami a (Tfoloirv of Tennessee. The savincr in toxt books to the people of Tennessee under the com -"'ssion's ad ministration of the new law will be 100 ner eent.. and nerhaps more. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction will issue a circular setting fourth in detail, the names of the books adopted, and the contract and exchango He will also give fall inlorma- t t ! Blew uuaribrs. . - TRAVIS & HUDSON are ready to receive their friends and I customers in their new quarters in the brick house adjoin- ing B. C. Ru&hing's, near the southwest corner of square. J A Resort for Ladies. The ladies are especially invited to call, and everything will I be done to make the place a ladies' resort. Loafers are i prohibited from loafing in .our new place. Stock will be Increased. f vao vjIII arid a line of Confectioneries at an early date, and i the Choice Fruits ot the season will be kept on hand. Ice Cream, Soda Water, Lemonade, Lunches, Fresh Bread and Cakes, Tobacco and Cigars. Tables and chair3 have been prov,aea. TRAVS & HUDSON. and better everything. Send your money away from home, and you only receive back the principal. Spend your money at home, And nriees. tion as to the method of putting the 1. 1 i. 11. -. 1 . ,-. 1 . . 1 1 .a t.l it - I UUOK8 1UIO IU BCUUUis, ituu iuu Jinn; ui county passed peaceiuny away nere piaces in each county where the books last Wednesday. "Wo refer to the adopted may be procured. -ii t t. The commission after carefully con- death of Mrs. Drucilla Jiucnanan. L- m. :a t n i,0i,nnia 'IBlllliiluy llic llliuicnin vrl "14 ""'-' xvhn wnn about 90 vears of a2e. and and conferring with tho publishers, has until vpr no ulto nossessed re- decided that the books ac opteii by it -0 r Rlml lift used in all the schools Ot tlie vou will set back the principal and markably good health for one of stata from and after 8 a. m. September everlasting interest Read your local papers. It i3 your duty to know what is going on about you. Read the advertisements of your local stores. Keep posted on the business of your town, as well as upon the so cial functions. Many a good thing is lost to the woman who does not regularly read the advertisements. We are aware that some stores misrepresent their advertising, and wo also know you can get cheated at the stores that don't advertise. All things considered, the store which wants your trade enough to invite you to give it to it, is the safest and best store to trade at, and this store advertises. The store that advertises is the store that is known, and the store that is known is the store that trade goes to, and the store that the trade goes to is the store that does the business, and tho store that does the business is tho store that can not afford to cheat. There is safety in publicity. A' man who smokes four cigars a day and chews 25 cents worth of to bacco a week, said he was too poor in takfi tho home naner. lie is a smart man, too! And economical, we should remark. Ihis saving fellow was getting a Maine story paper, and found that by sending a dollar he could get a sure cure for drunkenness. Sure enough ho did, It was "take the pledge and keep it Later on he sent fifty 2-ceut stamps to find out how to raise beets sue fullv. lie found out. The an swercame "just take hold and pull Being single, ho wished to marry. and sent thirty-iour 1-cent stamps to a Chicago firm to learn how to her aj?e. Aunt Drucilla was well 1. 1B99 known and highly esteemed, and she will bo greatly missed by the people of this community. Greenbrier, August 1. eix O McGEE'S O FROM FKIENDSUIP. Special correspondence. A good school is in progress at this place. J. M. Menzies is canvassing for a book concern. Billie Camp smiles, and says its a girl this time. We are having an abundance of rain in this section. Mrs. Alice Menzies has been in disposed several days. Both Mrs. Anna Menzies and J. L. Moore are indisposed this week. R. L. Wesson, of Sugar Tree, and John Pry, of Mclllwain, are here inspecting ties. Friendship, August 1. TKACIIERS' ASSOCIATION. ,25c CHILL CURE KNOCKS OUT CHILLS AND FEVER. PlMMni tA fjklfA. Contain! no poison. Unntnteed to ourf) or money refunded. LAEGB SIZH BOTTLE. Sold by J." G.: PRF.SSON, Camden, Tenn. FARM FOR SALE. ri J Lebanon taw School, LEBANON, TENN. TenTliousaud I'ajies of Living: Law Really a Two Years Course Accomplished in ONE YEAR, With Diploma and License. REVIEWED Another Year Free of Charge. Address N. GREEN, Chancellor. NEXT TERM SEPT. 4, 1809. 1!K!'8 A valuable farm, 2G7J acres; suitable for farming and fstock raising; location convenient; terms reasonable; title O. K. Apply to I. N. BRIDGES, 18-25-6m. Camden, Tenn. ST. JAMES HOTEL BKOADWAY & WALNUT STREET. (Opposite tho Southern.) First-Glass in all its Appointment 300 ROOMS. RATES $2 & $2.50 PER DAY. ST. LOUIS. MO. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Trains pass Camden on tho Nasnville, Chatta nooga and .St. Louis liailroad a Hollows: TKAIN8 EAST. TltAINS WEST. No. 4, mail o.rflam No. 52, express 2. 50 am N'o, 2, " O.W pm No. 3, mail 5. DC pin No.!, express, 5.35am No. 63 " 2.08 am NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. When you feel wrong but don't know wlmtfiilsvon. chances are its your liver. Dr. Granger's Liver Regulator, handed down from tho 16th century, will make you feel right in no time. Comes in a tin box, at druggists. Th following i tho nrocram of tho (J 1. CJ teachers' association at the meeting at Morris Chanel Autrnst 10. 1809: Invocation, by A. u. Meliae; welcome address, by I. (J. J lubbs; response, by A. A. Lundsey. ' Education of the Heart, by Kev. JN T Waters. "Should the Teacher Solvo Problems for his Pupils in School?" by V. O. Nun nerv. Ueo bmith and li.lmer vick. "Infinitive Participles and Relative Pronniins" 15. C .Johnson. Miss Lattio Hudson, Lester Nichols and Miss Uettie Whitfield. "Ts if. Nenessarv t,n Understand the RpfnniTnrv branches to Tench n Primnrv School?" by D. B. Gossctt, J.M. Lock hart, John Ilolladay and G. W. Bobbins. "Should the Teacher Visit the Patrons of His School?" by O. A. Utlcy, Hayes Brooks and Miss Vandella Holland. "How Should We Teach History ?" by A.N. McKelvey, Jv A. Allen, Miss Allie Alsur) and Miss Donna Ward. "The New Text Book Law," by Mor- n i'iui..vi. o i i c ;i i ent of Public Instruction. W. D. CoorErt, M. E. Brus, C. C. Tick. Committee SALE NOTICE. Weyler, Ackcrland & Co. et als. vs. A. C. McBae et als. In Chancery uouit at Camden. Tlv virtue of an execution issued by D. G. liudson, Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court at Camden, Tennessee, in the above styled cause, on the 1st day of May, 1833, i will at the court-iiouse door in tho town of Camden, Benton County, Tennessee, On the 4th Day of September, 1 899, offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, tho following described tract oi land : Lying and being in tho 5th civil district of Benton County, Tennessee, and bounded on the north by the lands belonging to the Thompson heirs ; on the south by the lands of Aden; on tneeast bv the lands of Capps. and on the west by the lands of Barker, containing Co acres. I he same being the land upon which A. C. McBae now resides, and which was levied upon by me us the prop erty of A. ('. McBae on tho Gth day of Juiie, 1899, to satisfy said execution is sued in tho abovo styled cause. Said laud will be sold subject to tho homestead rights of the said A. C. McBae This August 2, 1899. P.. E. FRY, S. L. Peeler, Sheriff. Solicitor for complainants. 19-8 W. T. Morris, trustee, vn. Warren, Neely & Co. et als. In Chancery Court at Camden, Tennessee. It appearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill filed in this cause, which is sworn to, that the defendant, James Shuttleworth & Co., is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee and a resident of Louisville, Ky., so that the ordinary pro cess ot law can not be served upon tliem. They are therefore hereby required to appear on or before the fourth Monday in September, next, before the chancel lor holding said court, in Camden, and make defense to the bill filed . against them in said -court by W. T. Moms, trustee, or otherwise the bill will be ta , t i ti. :.. .,-u.- ..,i i hull lur cuuicnseu. iiiiaiunia'i m ut;it:u ; r- IIUIU till'", lU J' tJll. ilHAI JW1 consecutive weeks in Tun Camden Chronicle. This July 25, 1899. D. G. HUDSON, Clerk and Master, GUY HALL, . Deputy Clerk and Master. Hays & Biggs, Solicitors for complainant. 19-7 i MONTHLY SUFFERING. Thousand3 of women are troubled at monthly inter vals with pains iu the head, b a c k, breasts, shoulders, sides hips and limbs. But they need not suffer. These pains are symptoms of dawrerous derangements that can be corrected. The men strual function should operate painlessly. makes menstruation painless, and regular. It puts the deli cate menstrual organs in condi tion to do their work properly. And that stops all this pain. Why will any woman sulfer month after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her? It costs $r.oo at the drag store. Why don't you get a bottle to-day? For advice, in cases requiring special directions, address, giv ing symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Uln. KOZENA LEWIS, ot Oenavllle, Texas, says: " I was troubled at monthly Intervals with terrible pains In my head and back, but have been entirely relieved by Wine ot Cardui." Hi - r ! I mid State Warrants for sale ;it The Hi UON" icijc oilioe. Oilier blanks ininloil 10 unlov. I WW" ) The Year shoiild ha the happiest of ono'a life, but there must be health, whatever tho years, (o make happiness complete. CR. GRANGER'S IUPR RFRIII ATflH ia tho ffreat health brinper. It has been in nee for 400 yenrs amoii the nativf-s of Arabia and lirypt. It in a purely voidable compoimd that restores liver and kidneys to hoalth. aid etreiwrth In any climate. lrUtJ,SJ M's'4 hj Dr. Qr&aget Medicine Co., Chattaaoora, Tna. tu V