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In advance, All sub y-i ipUoiis will lie rniity
s t ' ' I lit rxplialion ii time paid lor.
Obituary ami similar notice v ill be charged for
Ht the rati- (if 3 cents per linn. We will turulsh
rates Fur displny ami local advei Using on apphc:'
tlmi.
News eomnim.li'atloin and articles on fjiH'stlotiH
of public luli'i i'it are solicited, but we assume no
responsibility Im tin' expressions eoiiUturil In all
such eoniniunicallons and articles published.
Remittances can be made In various ways Dial
MR perfectly safe, but all remittances sent are at
risk of tjie sender.
All remittances utid business communications
gliould be sent to TRAVIS BROS.,
Telephone '20. Caindeu, Tenn,
ITJDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1901.
CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For advertisements under this head our prices
are cash In advance.
FOU ATTOUNEY-OKNEUAL.
MARltWe aro authorized to announce Mr,
A. M. Makh of Henry County as a candidate for
election to the oGlco of Attorney -Uoneial of the
district composed of the counties of Kenton, Car
roll, Crockett, (Ubson, Haywood and Henry.
Subject to the action of the Democratic party.
WADK We are authorized to announce Hon,
V. W. Wade of Gibson County as a candidate
for re election to the ottlce of Attorucy-dcucral
of the district composed of the counties of Ken
ton, Carroll, Crockett, Gibson, Haywood and
Henry. Subject to the action of the Democratic
lai ty.
FOU COUNT JL'DOH.
MORIIIS We are authorized to announce W
T. Mohhis as a candidate for election to the of
fice of County Judge of llenton County, subject
to tho will of the Democratic party, l'riniary
election Saturday, November :;0, l'joi .
FOU TRUSTEE.
IlKKKIN Ve are authorized to announce (i.
W. E. JIeukin as a candidate for re election to
tho ollice of Trustee of Benton County, subject
to the will of the Democratic party. l'riniary
election Saturday, November 30, llxil .
McDANIEL We are authorized to announce
E. E. McDanikl as a candidate for election to
the ollice of Trustee of llenton County, subject
tn th wm of t.h npnineratie mutv i'ri,;n v
- ' -
election Saturday, November 30, luoi .
FOK CIRCUIT COUKT CLERK.
WATSON We are authorized to announce L.
E. Watson as a candidate for re election to the
ollice of Circuit Court Clerk of Benton County,
subject to the will of the Democratic party. .Pri
mary election Saturday, November 80j 1901 ..
FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK.
THOMAS - We ue authorized to announce I)
B. Thomas as a candidate for election to the of
fice of County Court Clerk of llenton County,
subject to the will of the Democratic party. Pri
mary election Saturday, November 30, 1U01 .
COOPER We are authorized to announce W.
D. Cooper as a candidate for election to the of-
llce of County Court Clerk of llenton County,
subject to the will of the Democratic party. Pri
mary election Saturday, November 30, 1901 .
FOR SHERIFF.
FLOWEKS We are authorized to announce
E. G. Flowers as a candidate for election to
the office of Sheriff of llenton County, subject to
the will of the Democratic party. Primary elec
tion Saturday, November 30, 1901 .
MoCOIID We are authorized to announce It.
D. McCord as a candidate for election to the of
fice of Sheriff of llenton County, subject to the
will of the Democratic party. l'riniary election
Saturday, November 30, 1901.
FOR REGISTER.
ROBINS We are authorized to announce J,
O. Robins as a candidate for election to the of
fice of Register of llenton County, subject to the
will of the Democratic party. Primary election
Saturday, November 30, 1901 .
An Atlantic City maiden of forty.
five summers lias discontinued sea
bathing since she has hoard of
Uncle Sam's submarine oruisers.
It is said there would not have
been so much matrimony among
the teachers on that Manila trans
port if they had not been all at sea.
"Any port in a storm.
Tns pacification of the Filipinos
is a brilliant parallel to the con
quest of the South African Dutch
men. The natives of tho Philip
pines have been frequently con
quered in reports to the war de
partment, but they still form the
ambuscade and nourish the bolo.
TiTE Spanish American war, to
say the least, has left us a legacy of
odoriferous ollicial scandals. 1 he
Embalmed Beef court was followed
by the Neely embezzlement case,
and now we have the attempted im
molation of Rear Admiral Schley
ou the altar of the regnant Bureau
crats. History, however, has more
than one instance of the conversion
of immolation into apotheosis.
G. V. C. HERI11N.
TIip above iwuiihI cnilrnmn, who
is well ami fuvoinlily known to tho
voters of I'enton Count', annoim
c h his camliil'icy for ro-rlectioti to
tli'- ollice? of trust"" in this issue of
The Chronicle;. IIo hn.s lilleil tho
oflieo of trust eo ono term, and U
record in Inform tho people. In.
der tho inannc'cnient of Mr. Ilerrin
tho dutieH of Inistoo mxl the busi
ness of that oflieo aro boinp; looked
after faithfully and efficiently. His
fU'ttlemrnbi with the county and
Stato oflicial.s liavo been satibfacto-
ry in every respect; his accounts
havo been kept well in hand, and
aro said to bo all riht. Ho has
been a painstaking, courteous and
accommodating ollicial, and always
watchful of all tho details and in
terests connected with his oflieo
Mr. Ilerrin courteously asks an en
dorsement by tho voters of his par
ty at tho November primary. Ho
is not only an upright, christian
;entleman, but is a staunch Demo
crat, and will abide by the will of
his party. V e commend his claims
to your carofal consideration.
E. G. FLOWERS.
We wish to call the attention of
tho readers of The Chronicle to
the announcement of E. G. Flow
ers, who is a candidate for election
to the ofuco of ehentf of Benton
County. "'Ligo Greene," as he is
more familiarly known, has tilled
tho office of sheriff one term here
tofore, and ho was a painstaking
and fearless official, always consid
erate where it did not interfere with
his official duties, accommodating,
and ho never forgets a friend. He
is efficient in every way. His past
exporiencahas amply qualified and
((pupped him in every way to ren
der the county valuable service as
sheriff. As marshal of Camden he
has faithfully discharged his duties.
His record as an official and as a
citizen and Democrat will bear the
scrutiny of the voters of the county
who aro interested in the enforce
ment of the laws of our common
wealth. Mr. Flowers is a life-lone
T)f,mnpvflt nnA ft p-nnd nnriv worker
utmocrai nna a gooti party worKer,
- i ti . .11 i T i
ana, nite an into uemocruis, ins
candidacy is subject to the will of
his party. His claims are com
mended to the careful considera
tion of the voters of the county.
For the benefit of seveuty-six
millions of people who have been
seriously handicapped iu discus
sing Czolgosz by the impossibility
of pronouncing his name, it may
be stated that as near as a decent
American tongue can come to it,
the pronunciation is "Sholgosch.
It is the unanimous opinion of the
country that a man with such a
name as that ought to be deported,
anyhow.
Ex-Secretary William C. Whit
ney admits that politics is a great
game, but declares that he is wea
ry of it and that nothing could in
duce him to give up the pleasures
of a peaceful retirement. Strong
men, however, have been known to
yield when their services were
needed by a great political party
Several millions of American
citizens have learned, through the
recent tragedy, that attempted as.
sasination of a President can only
be punished by ten years in prison
It seems rather an expensive way
to learn law. JJy all means, let us
havo a new statute and a severer
penalty.
Mrs. Carrie Nation has been in
New York where she attracted al
most as much attention as the big
yachts. Perhaps it is because she
too, is a cup challenger.
Emma Goldman says that ehe is
not "the" Emma Goldman; but the
fact is that just at present it was
enough to land her in jail to be any
Emma Goldman at all.
The Virginia Republicans are
doing a great deal of prancing, bu
it is not the circus horse which
comes in first in the race.
October and November will be
an exceedingly busy time with the
Democrats of old Benton, especially
the candidates
The navy department ring seems
to be preparing for a circus; and
after all, that is what a ring seems
to be for.
Look us up in the brick near the
southwest corner of the square.
TO SCHOOL TK M'lll US.
In our institute JioM nt ('uihIi n in June
ie ti .ii ln lH Vott il to t i t i t A lin 'lillliu lit to
le memory cf Vsi-i . uiiinrv, unit II. ey
eleett i me he( ii t;uy uml trea.stiicr. 'ILo
niunuiiH ut v as to he en rtci by mil mi -rip-tinii,
e.ieli ti fli l.er hi1f lilting h j una Ii- -
t he piiiil u lieu ralleil upon.
October was hclecteil as a. tuiu' to erect
the im iti in i if nt. The time in tu'iir at liaiiil,
ami a few only liavo pail (lie amount of
tiieir Kiiltscriplion. Ah 1 w ill not luive an
opportunity to see all those teachers w ho
have not paid, 1 wish to notify them in
thit way that they c;tii m-ip! the money to
me at C'hulk Level, or hand it to l'rof. .
D. Cooper at Camden and I can net if.
J' V hII mean!, we want the monument
fund hy the second Saturday in October.
JOItM 11. jM)KUHON.
A rolLTKY l'APKK KRUE.
Nearly every family iu the United
States if interested in poultry , either rais
ing much or little, or t l.-e consuming it
Tiik CnuoN'Hi.K has made arranenientH
whereby it can send the Western l'oullry
News one year free to every new yearly
pubsct iber. Old subscribers can take ad
vantage of thin ollVr also by renewing
their Htihscrijition one year. The Wes
tern Poultry Nesvy in a bi L'-ptie month
ly Chicken Manzine, published at Lin
coln, Neb., printed on line paper, illustra
ted, and is an acknowledged authority
on poultry methods. Every house-wife
in town or county, as well as farm or city
man, should have it, especially when it
can be secured free.
MVTICE TO TIACIIi;U3.
I will hold mv quarterly examination
at Camden on October 4 and 5. All who
dosire a certificate will please be present.
McD. Nkal.
County Superintendent.
Happiness depends verv much on the
condition of the liver and kidneys. The
ills of life make but little impression on I
tl'.o.se whose di'-estion is cood. You can
regulate vonr liver and kidneys with Iler-
bme and eniov health and bnovancy of
spirits. Price, 0 centa. Sold by all
druggists.
THE liAl'TIST ASSOCIATION.
The Southwestern District Baptist As
sociation ill convene 1 riday, October 11,
01, with Chalk Hill church, 3 miles east
of Camden and 3 miles west of Eva.
Free conveyance will be provided for
lose arriving at Camden at 5.47 p. in.
and at Eva at 1J.3G a. ui. Those coming
from the west will please notify A. J. Ut-
ley at Camden, and those coming from
ie east will please notify James Her-
rinudon at Eva.
Brethren, unre vour churches to send
representatives to this our first associa
tion in the new century.
J AMKS 1 1 EUUINGDON,
A. J. Uti.ey,
H. A. Farrar,
Jack Holland,
Committee on Arrangements.
There are thousands of people suffering
untold torture from piles, because of the
popular impression that they can not be
cured, labler s Duekeye rileUmtinent
will cure them and the patient will re
main cured. Price, oO cents in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. Sold by all druggists.
Clav Evans still sits on the safety valve
of the pension department, while his tra-
dueers are tearing their hair in impotent
rage.
In anaemia and most women's ailments
the digestion is weak, the. making of color,
flesh and strength out of food, is imper
fect so that the patient is weak, wan, ner
vous and dvspeptic. This condition can
be corrected by taking a course of Her-
bine. i nee, 50 cents. Sola by all drug
gists.
"THIS BEST JS THE CHEAPEST.'
Not how cheap, but how irood, is the Question.
The Tvice-a-Wt;ek Republic is not as cheap as
are some so called newspaper. But it is as cheap
as it is possible to sell a first-class newspapei. It
prims an ine news mat is worm pi intinK. ii you
read it the year round, you are posted on all the
Important and interesting affairs of the world.
It is the best and the most reliable newspaper
that money and Drains can produce and those
should no tne disiininushin' traits oi tne news
paper that is designed to be read by all members
oi the family,
Subscription price, Si a year. Any newsdealer,
newspaper or postmaster will receive your sub
scription, or you may mail it direct to
THE REPUBLIC,
St. Louis, Mo.
I'KLE TICKETS
To Grand Opera at NashrUI, In eluding
liaili'oiiil tare Hotel Villi.
Chance to Hear Calve and Sembrich and
Other Great ArtUts.
The Nashville Banner to Spend 3,000.
A committee of prominent and Influential citi
zens of Nashville recently took under considera
tion the liquidation of the debt now due on the
tabei nacie ot that city, one ot me nnest auditori
ums in the country, and with this object in view,
the eomnmtee lias arranKcd tor two performan
ces of irraiid opera in Nashville, October '23 and
21, to be given by the most celebrated lingers
that nave ever neen Drought together either iu
this country or an road.
1 he operas to be given are "Carmen" ana " 1 ho
Barber of Seville," with Madame Calve and Ma
dame Nmiuncii In the leadum rolls, accompanied
by a host of the leading artists to be found in this
country or Kurope. These two operas are to be
produced in Nashville just exactly as thouf.ii the
performances were piven in the Metropolitan Op
era House in New York, where a seat for asint'le
performance ireoiiently costs ar much as
The Nashville Banner, in order to aid in brinsr-
lmr these ureat artists to Nashville, and to do its
part towards rel levins!; the Tabernacle from debt,
lias agreed to take 150 reserved se-Us, pood for
both performances, and to present them to ladies
in 'Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama selected
bv its readers. One hundred and ten of these
season tickets will be given free to ladies living
outside of Nashville and readers of Th k. Ch kox-
ici.k will have a chance to share in these tickets
and a trip to Nashville, with railroad fare and
hotel bills paid in addition, all at the expence of
the Banner. I Ins generous and laudable action
on the part of tho Runner will cost the manage
ment fllllV !f'J,0O0.
Those of our readers who are interested in it
can consult with any issue of the Banner alter
this daw or write a postal to the Naslivdle Ban
ner fur particulars, which will be lurui-Iicd by
, return uuui.
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Dry
Goods, Clothino;,
HATS, CAPS,
AND GICNISWAL,
Merchant Tailoring a Specially.
New Goods!
Our store has been filled to over
flowing with tho latest things the
markets afford in our line, and we
have a great many new goods to
come in yet.
"We liavo decided to put a price
ou everything that will make them
GO!
AVe cordially invite every man,
woman and child in Denton and
Dress Goods for the Ladies.
Wo have a nice lino of the very
latest things in fall and winter
Ladies'
Don't fail to call and see our line
of ladies' capes before you buy this
fall, for we can certainly save you
Men's Underwear.
We have one of the most com
plete lines of men's underwear in
Camden, also a good line of ladies'
and children's underwear at tho
very lowest prices.
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.
When in need of a pair oE shoes
don't forget to call on us for them.
We have Dittman's full lined,
and aro selling them at an extra
ordinary low price.
And don't fail to see the "O. K."
Clothing.
Men's suits at a price never heard
of before. Complete suits for 3.
A line of pants that you can be
Hardware.,
In addition to our large line of
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, etc., we also carry a
full and complete line of Tinware,
It will pay you to come and see
our line. Comparison asked. It
OUR SALES
Claude Hudson. O. C. Hudson.
CLAUDE HUDSON & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAMDEN, TENN.
tA "stitch in time saves nine, and a
dose of Ballard's Horehound Syrup at the
beginning of a cold will save vou mary
weary hours and even days ol dihtressint;
and harassing conjh. Price, 25 and 50
cents, bold by all druggists.
FOR RENT A Rood country business stand;
postotliee and telephone connection. Apply to
s. w. lock hart, wyiy, lenn.
TI T AOTSTRATE'S
WARRANTS, Executions,
1L and State Warrants for sale at The CiiKOJi-
iclk oliice. Other blanks printed to order
OUR job printing facilities are first-class, and
our specialty is good work. Estimates (and
samples where possible) w ill be furnished on ap
plication. Address The Chkomclk, Caindeu,
icu u.
J. B. YICKREY,
LAWYER.
CAMDEN TENN.
OFFICE AT THE COURT-HOVSE.
Paris jacliine pops,
PARIS, TENN.
I.atlie. engine, and boiler work a specialty. We
make smoke slacks. All work guaranteed . Ve
keep ail kinds of supplies, and sell U kinds of
uui Littery. Telephone llu.
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NOTIONS,
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Highest Price tor Country Produce.
New Prices!
smrounding counties to como to
"The Deo Hive" and see for them
selves. We are confident that they will
be pleased with the goods and tho
prievs.
It is an indisputable fact thai we
handle a high grade of goods and
at prices within tho reach of all.
dress goods, from
cents per yard.
10 cents to 75
Capes.
money and give you one of tho
season's most stylish capes. Call
and examine them.
Ladies,' and misses combination
suits from 25 cents up.
Infants' fleeced-lincd vests, for
10 cents.
$2.50 shoo for ladies, which we ab
solutely guarantee to give satisfac
tion. Men's shoes, heavy or light, $1
to S5; ladies' shoes, heavy or light,
75 cents to S3.50.
Clothing.
easily fitted from.
J. Soloman & Co.'s line of tailor
made clothing.
Etc, Etc.
Hardware, Stoneware, Queensware,
etc., etc., etc.
We carry the "Wilson Heaters,"
in all sizes.
us whenever you need anything in
is a pleasure to show goods.
I'EOrLE:
W. S. Corbitt, Allie V. Bowles.
HIVE
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Ftand years of
hard usage. Es-
t S i rf-cial!r Riiiterl far
' outdoor service.
Coif or Country Clubs
Verandas and Lawns I
The weather does not affect the com- j
fort and ease obtained by Kature's ;
springs in fineoid rustic furniture: hand
made of white hickory saplings with bark
left on ; smooth, pretty and durable.
This Chair $2.25;crtwa fcr S4.C3
Same chair on rockers, 50c. extra.
Freight paid east of Vie Rockies.
Dealers have them ; if not, send 3 cents,
cost of postago, for our art istic illus
trated Catalogue, showing 110 patterns
appropriate for homes or clubs.
Pretty Settee for $0.00
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