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t W i i l'"""l,ll' fc'-W ! !U epil ation of
Mutuary and Kinillnr liulh;, 1 w III heehHU'cd for
At the rat,. f 3 ,.,. (,,.,, Uw wu ,,,,,
t.'.cifoi display n, l,HllJ uu vi iliMin;. in iii-plli i-
,'.Vvcf,iiiniiii!crt!lnii-!iiHl ai licleooii iiiiohIIoiin
Of public Intel C't HI,, Solicited, but We assume no
icipuiiMliiuiy foi ' lli--xpri-siiiin contain. d in all
khi'Ii rotiiiiiiiiiinttuiM.f hiiiI ml n Ics .ultlisln-l.
I.eniiltanres :; ii hi. n, ml,, in various whv that
air iH'it.-ctl.v sale, bntull leimtuu.-.. sent hit tit
1 lsk hi the sender.
All leiiiiUiini'i'i and business communications
shouid be suit to '1UK (IIUumuk,
HIIHll'll, 'It'lllt.
Jieforo they can consibtently nsk
consumers to tVlievo their-claim
that trusts ure 'ooJ for tho country
tho trust uolou;v8t3 must explain
away several facts.
For instance, tho averago cobcoC
tho necessaries of life to-day is 15
per cent, higher than it was twelvo
months ago. .
Salt, which before tho Salt Trust
was formed, sold at S',i cents a bar,
now sells at $1 to $1.50.
Meat, one of the main food sta
ples of our laboring population, has
been arbitrarily forced to an almost
prohibitive price by the beef com
bine. Carpets are 20 per cent, higher
than they Y'ere before the organi
zation of the Carpet Trust.
Practically all the mills in Now
England are controlled by a trust.
Print cloths of every kind are sel
ling for of a cent more per yard
than they were a year ago.
The average increase in the price
of thoir products made by the irou,
steei and copper . trusts is 40 per
The anthracite coal region is un
der trust control. - The trust order
ed an advance of 25 per cent, about
a month ago, and since then it has
put on an additional 5 per cent
About three hundred trusts are
now in an active state of extortion
throughout the country, compelling
the, consumers in every instance to
swell the dividends ot their stock
holders. .
"In the face of such facts," says
tha St. Louis Republic, "the man
who will persist in saying that the
trusts are good for the country has
a bottomless profundity of belief
In human gullibility."
Independent, individual effort on
the part of young men is necessary
to build character and to give sup
port to the citizens of any country,
says the Chicago Dispatch, and es
pecially that of a free country like
theUnited States".
But what chance has the trusts
left for independent and individual
action on the part of the young men
of to-day?
This question is answered by for
mer United States Senator W. D.
Washburn, of Minnesota, who says:
" When I was a young man I am
now G8 I had the world before me,
and there was an absolutely fair
field before me. Take all of our
most successful business men of to
day and their experiences were like
mine. They entered the race with
out a handicap, and their grit and
capacity won.
"Now, this building up of trusts
puts a stop to fair and equal oppor
turiities' for the young men of to
day. The young man just out of
college has no opening, as a rule
He can not begin business on his
own account against organized cap
ital. He must join the procession
He must content himself with be
in a mere clerk, and the chances
are that he will never get any fur
ther, because there as so many m
Iiis clr.rsl This makes the situation
a sefions'one, and I- am sorry for
the young man of to-day.
" H? -cotn?3 out of -school bright
1 1 in:', and runs
condition. i that
ini. 1 can't help
too much for
t'Hltur t int if ic hml h
hiinco I md when I wmh h jouii'4
nm.i it would lo a great tiling fur
lim. lie hasn't got it. I've html-
id the situation mid I't.i Hire of
what 1 am Haying."
Such being tho bad condition of
affairs, what can theyou;ig men do?
There is one thing which they
can do, and that is to devote their
youthful strength, tnthusinhru and
vigor to a campaign ngainst tniht.s.
There in no fo so deadly, no en
my so hateful, no force so destruc-
ive to the youth of thU country as
is the trust combination which de
nies individuality, forbids personal
enterprise and hampers-young am
Let the young men fight trusts.
jet them talk against the trusts, or- (
.uuju t,iniQii turiu turn iiyuvv r.lj
vote against them. These are tho
things which tho young men can
and ought to do.
Regular correspoiidrnce
A good rain fell here Saturday.
School will open heie Monday.
Health is gradually -.improving.
Tom Illcks is moving to the farm
of J. 13. Bane.
There will be singing at the Hill
Sunday evening.
S. A. and T. N. Byrn have been
to Paris this week.
An averago crop of wheat has
been planted in this locality. .
Mrs. Bennett has gone to Crock
ett County to visit her daughter,
Mrs. G. W. Florence, who is very
The cotton crop here is about all
picked out and the corn crop will
soon be safely housed.
For the benefit of the Garfield
correspondent, we will say that the
doctor was out of smoking tobacco,
hence the disappointment
We could with equal propriety
excuse the Greenbrier correspond
ent for not wanting a tax to length
en our schools because he is a Dem
ocrat. Smith's College, November 1.
There are two sides to a question, and
we expected that some one take issue
with ua on the redisricting question,
but we hardly thought of beincr asked
by a member of the county court if we
didn't know that an additional tax levy
was very unpopular. It would seem that
he is for the popular side, regardless of
:ie best interests of the poor little chil
dren of the county. However, we vent
ure the assertion that it will be as popu
lar irj the sixth district next August as
any candidate for a district offieo on a
mugwump ticket.
Of course anything that is worth doing
at all is worth doing well, and the only
way to redistnct the county would be to
make a survey of the eutire county, and,
according to those who favor the idea,
a school house must be put in the cen
ter of each square, be it three miles or
any other number of miles (some say six)
square, regardless of whether it is in a
swamp cr rocky hill," or miles from a
road or human habitation; thus some
houses would have enough students for
two schools while others would not have
enough for a four-handed game of mar
bles. On the other hand, if we must
adopt the conclusions of the Flatwoods
correspondent, what is the necessity ol
going to tne expense of redisricting, as
our present houses were built with a
view to their convenience and other ad
vantages in view.
We are still inclined to the opinion
that a small tax levy, say enough to give
us a six months school, would be less
burdensome than the expense of redis
ricting the county and rebuild perhaps
half ot our school houses, which would
create a general disturbance and para-
lize the school interest for mauy years
to come.
As to a compulsory school law, we
think all parents should be compelled
to send their children four months to a
six months school. Ignorance is the
greatest curse in thistonntrv to-dav, and
in this county a great deal of this is due
very often to indifference or to some lit
tle excuse made by the parent and so
ofteu without reason and tby will kep
their childreu at home to wallow in the
dirt and wear out their clothes and do
nothing until thev eet po large they are
ashamed of their ignorance and of their
parents, and they mnwt sink alnrost to
tl'O level of an idiot for the leason that
their parents diJn't send tbtrn to schoo
because they didn t 'haf to. -Smith's
College, October 25. '
! fAC. IS II! ATI. M WAItKANTS, KxfOMtions
J i aiici .Slain Warrants for f ilf nt Tur-CHRON
iri-ir ot'iii'c. orir Manks '
riitJ to QTfler.
'' i" and i nl' i j
;.iift.-t economic
1 I A ( 1 1 M ; S' AS( I A I ION.
'f tin' Iriirhi i s' i HH'jiii i,.
ul, lUml'lo I'ji ck .Nov ml i r
to 1... I,. M
Iiivnc v.ki'i, l.v ;. J. V. Tumi r.
Wt'lcojn mldr'-'.H, ,y (icorc I'.iov, n.
U" spoil', .y J. Ii. Alhlcrhiui,
Wlmt fonstii lit, the burro-, rul ti-iu'li-er?J.
J'at Wilson.
Participles, with i preial niYience to
oii!nirtii.i) .f nouns V. D. Coejr,
Al!;n Aluiji iiml Ma llniinaj.'iT
A stijili'iit wl.o ii'S,i.,(s inatlifmiif icn
-ompurctl w ifu on ulio docs iiul S. 1!.
1'ctl. r, . VV. J:ot,in:i, .1. Put Wilson
mill V. C. Xiiinii'ry.
T1h importance of firitlimctic; illns
trati liv osuiiijjl y. T. Uooimt ninl S.
(;. Vick.
Iniportancti of elocution ir: primary
Bclioolnjorisit ncccsNun ? A.A. Liud
hcv, Itolicit Warmack, J. I!. Andi-rhcn.
How do you lilio our i.ew text hooks;
especially t!io upt llt rs? Lois l'liITonl,
M. L. Vick and Vandclla Holland.
Pnmpects (if tlif education of l!ent.on
County ii. Ii. (lohsett ai d D. J, Alleu.
Would you let iioys and Kil ls play to
getlicr in hcljool? To lc diticij.ssed 1 j v
any one who mav ho di"iit.
J.ach upcaki r will lm limited to 10
,il!ut(:-s unless other apreed
S. T Coo i f. 15,
Elmkii Vick,
Plnwnt to Ulrj.
Ccotlni no r"l"n. (inariinUed
to sun or uoue mluudcd.
Sold by J. . I'KKSSON, Cunulea, Tenn.
Twenty-live logging teams at Spring
vine, and Sulpliur Wells, Tenn. Cash
job. See 11. F. Cowan, Sulphur Wells,
or John Nash and John 11, Kelley, at
Springville, Tenn.
Take Laxative P.romo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the raorey if it fails
ta cure. E. V. Grove's nignature on
every box. '25 cents.
lt"AK!tt roil SACK,
A valuable farm 207 J acres; suitable
for farming and Btock raising; location
convenient; terms reasonable; title O. K.
Appiyto I. N. BRIDGES,
18-25-Cm. . Cumdeu, Tenn.
A Riuall, heavy set, medium, Jersey
red milk cow, dehornwl and unmarked,
about nix yearn old; was giving milk
when she left my home August 14, 1809;
was raised or Dry I reek, by LeamW
VViight. Will pay a reasonable reward
for her recovery. Write concerning her
to J. C. Warrick,
Way, Tenn.
aiul, of coarse, want a Democratic newspaper.
The Chicago Dispatch Is the great Democratic
weekly newspaper of the country. It advocates
the readoplion of the Chicago platform and the
renoiiiiiiHtion of William .Jennings Ihvan.
There has never heen a political campaign that
will equal in importance that of the one to he
fourrlu next year. The llepubllc.in party, hacked
by the money power of this country and liurope,
Is alert and aggressive. Flushed Willi the victo
ry of three years ago it will seek by every means
in its power to maintain its supremacy.
Democrats must be up and doing. Thev must
wage an unceasing war upon their enemies, in
no better and more effective way can this be done
than by the circulation of good sound Democratic
newspapers. The publisher of the Chicago Dis
patch will wnd a copy of the Chicago Dispatch
iroiii now until January 1, l!i0. for no cents. If
you are not already taking tills great political
weekly, send in your subscription at once. You
should not only do this yourself, hut you should
induce your friends to join you. By a'httle effort
you can easily raise a club of ten or twenty sub
scribers. An extracopv for club of ten.
The Chicago Dispatch is endorsed by William
Jennings Bryan and oiher Democratic leaders.
120 and 122 Filth Avenue, Chicago, 111.
The Great Presidential Campaign of 1000.
The policies of the great political parties are
now being formed and the candidates discussed.
The voice of the people as recorded by ballot at
tho approaching Presidential election will prob
ably decide the policy ot the nation tor the next
decade. Kvery citizen must study the great ques
tions that are to come before the people, l'his
can only be dune through the medium of a (neat
newspaper, jnow is the time, ineretore. tor every
voter to subscribe for the best and most reliable
newspaper obtainable. The Semi-Weekly ltepub
lio covers the whole field of political news. While
It is Democratic, it publishes the news In regard
to all political parties without prejudice.
Its telegraphic and cable news service Is supe
rior to that of any other paper. Its special feat
ares are. the best. In fact, it is the paper for that
large class ol readers who can not afford or do
not nave access to tne daily papers,
Attention is also called to the Republic's Sun
day Magazine. Its halt'-tonc illustrations are
Rione worm tne stiDscriptioti price, it is made
up of special articles by the best literary talent,
embracing a variety of subjects of current inter
est. iNew ieaturesor ansoi mug interest are Illus
trated and enlarged upon. For t he benefit of the
ladies the latest fashions are handsomely illus
trated The Uepublic Sunday Magazine is always
interesting ro every member of the family.
j ne siiDscnpiion price oi tne ?ieini-v eeKlv Ke
ublic is $1 00 per year. The Kepublic Sunday
lauazine SI .25 pervVar. lioth papers are now
being offered at the very low price of SI. 50 for
one year. To secure this low rate both must be
ordered and paid for at the same time.'.
Address all orders to llili Kl.i't Hl.HT,
.St. Louis, Mo
IlrlglitBojs Started In Bnalncsa,
Tlie publishers of Hie famous bin iilnslratei!
weekly iiewHi;iiers, l'eiiiisylviinU lint, ure now
pfrteiHK representatives nt every post ofllce 1
l euiiesst'e, anil they desire to secure the service
of capitble. Iiiisrling airents In eacli of tlie follow
lr.it towns of ltentoii County: l iinnleii r.nd !?
Sitiidy, and In such other t'nvns us ure not
rendy sopiiiicd.
The work is (irufit;ible mid I'leasaiit. ' A port" 1
of H:t!irdav only is reiiuned. over 6,0K atrei ts
are (toing splendidly. So money whatever is r
quired. KverylhiiiR is fiinii.hed free. linbb
stiiiii, ink, pad and stationery, sample copi.
etc. ra'i s are shipped to be paid for at tlie en
of each iinintli. Those wA sold ure not cu;;rr .
for. Write io Grit l'tib C, Willuiiaspoi t, l'a ,
uicntion Tub Ciuiokici.e.
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Toilet If tides, fsrtorg, Jcaps a flrosiisls' luMii-
Cit Side Public Square, CAMDEN, TrrJM
Everything is New, Pure Fresh.
AT 1
I am just ojieninsjj my Now Stock of Fall OooiIh, coii.sist.ing of a .
full complete lino of Dry Oomta, Notions, . l.lootn and HIioi-h, Hals nuil
Chjih, (irocorios, Hardware and every tiling kept in ii general wer
cliftndi.so store. I also carry a full lino of Collins, and will sell you
any thing in my lino hh cheap ns you can buy for any where just vo-'
cwived a nice line of Ladion Capea.thnt are going cheap.
To show you that 1 menu business, I quote you n few prices:
Good Calico 4 to 5o
Cotton Checks round thread 4 to 5c
7 Calls of Thread 5c
Good Jeans Pants ...50o
Shoes from 35o. to $1,25
Double Front Overalls. ..40 to 50c
Hope Domestic 7c
Heavy Yard Wide Brown Domestio,
only 5c.
Sugar, Coffee, Bacon, Lard, Beans, Peas, Pickles, Hominy
Sweet Potatoes, Pepper, and Spices, Meal, Flour, Nevr
Sorghum, Sugar-house Molasses, and every thing in tho
Grocery line I will e-Al cheap. - Come and price my goods
before buying elsewhere. Coarse Salt at $1.0Q per .bbl..
I cordially invite yon, one and all, come and examine our line
of goods before buying elsewhere, as I assure you 'twill be a pleasure
to us to show and price you any article in the house whether you buy
or not.
Thanking yon who have traded so liberally with us since we have
been here, and trusting to meet with you on and allr aud that you
will not only become friends, but customers of ours, assuring you I
will always strive to make it profitable to you, I beg to remain,
Yours anxious to serve,
tjjj Recommended by Leading
r Dressmakers. j &
They Always Please."
-3 rTTht5c pattern! are Hold in nearly C
i every citv ar.d tewn in the Cnited States.
If your dealer dnps not kerp them send S
M direct to us Ore cent siampa received.
Aoarcs your nearest jioir t
S 138 to 146 W. 14th Street. New York J
s 180 Fifth Ave., Chicago, and E;
S lost Market St., han Francisco.
Brightest Magazine Published l
5 Contains Beautilul Colored Piates. 5
; I'.iusirViCs Latest Patterns, Fash-
tofts; Fancy Wwlc . Sj1"-!
jS Agents wanted lor this magazine ineveTy
rJ2 locality. Beautiful premiums lor a little Jji
work. Write for terms and other panic- SS!
2 ulars. Suhsoription only ,?0c. per year, El
tg including a FREE Pattern JS
g Address THE McCALL CO.. .
138 to 146 W. 14th St., New York
Trade Marks
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention is prohablv patentable. Communiea.
tions strictly condderitlal. Handbook on "atanta
sent free. Oldest neency for securing patents-
Patents taken tbrottRh Munn & Co. receive
$perial rwf ice, without charge, in the
ScUtttific Jluisricniu
A handsomely Illustrated weekly.
Tamest elr.
nutation of any soientino journal.
Terms, $3 a
ear; four montns, U Sola by all newsdealers.
Branch Office. 625 F Bt.. Washington. I). C
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10-4 Bleached Sheeting 18c
Nice line ot Woolen Dress Good3 to
sell at less than wholesale prices. ,
A Good Wool Suit of Clothes... $5
Little Suit $ and up .
Ready Made Shirts 65 to 90c .
A Good $1.25 Hat only 75c :
Ladies' Capes 75c to $3.50,.
WOMEN used '
to think "ft
m a le diseases V
could only be
treated after "lo
c a 1 examina
tions" by physi
cians. Dread of
such treatment
kept thousands of
modest women
silent about their
suffering. Theln
troduction cf
Vinc of Cardul has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all. The simple, pure
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home insures quick relief and
speedy-'Cure.- Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re
quires no humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles" disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites," change of life. It 'makes :-.
women beautiful by making them
well, it keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store;
For advice in cases requiring1 special
directions, address, e'ving- symptoms,
tha " Ladies' Advisory Department,"
The Chrttanooea Mediclno Co., Chatta
nooga, Tenn.
VT. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Kiss., says:
'I use Wine of Cardul extensively In
my practice and ilnd ita most excellent
preparation for female troubles.".
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Hihsst Avv?.rJ?j at CenttnniriL
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