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A t vrv r wt'Af-r u. rrni.i.'un.n Wj-.i i;ly atCami;kn, Tkn CLASH MAIL MAT ltd IhciuWnplloii ,!,,. f TllRriino.viri.Kli I u ..-rj,.,,, ; r,(. r,,.l, (or mm,.,,,!,,,; .-.,.,., kt .) ti,., it iraih.i, i t ,m.- i,n. f,,r ' -iliiii ry hikI qiiiiilitr iinti.vt Mill I Iinrcclfor f it. IV." I! ' . :' '"'r U iSl11 '"-"M f 'ilui lilsi.ljiyuiHl l..n1H(lH'itiHi11KOuap.ic;i. H :n N.,1,I!1M1.ll,l,,,1,1,l,,l ,. ',. ,mt,ls1(.(. I.t-mt la,,,., ,. .,,. h w;iv( n a rl4.-B.tl'lt- !-.. Crtimlnl.Tt'llll. FKIDAY, MARCH 21, 1902. CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS. nX'lr n,(ly(,r,l1'on","ts "iul-r this lniu! our prices iron ciucviT jidof. Tmu - i, ) W ,'w.!lV ,10,,z''' t0 announce .Indue a,H , U' ,UV" of ,lay"W'l County Hsaciindi U.i e for t elecu.n. to the oHice of nivuit J mine ttlHMll.Htl1.-t C0llipoH(,l Of tlm COUIllll-H lr It.Mt i), (airol , HifHii.U, (iibv.n, Ilavwon.l and p irtvy' hul,Jui'1 10 tl,e :lL'tiU" of " iViiiwrulic roil ATTOKNIiT-GKNEUAL. e a-e authorized to iiniiouiioe Hon. ( ,,' . ,W"K il '"'" County as ("undulate lor H-clectionto tlia (.Mich of Attonwy-tieneral ottheiiHtrlrt composed of the coiintieiof Jien- 1 1 cm) . hubject to the action of the beinocniMc Ton KKPBKSENTATIVK. I.I.SI.I K We are authorized to announce Mr. Okokuk-.M.M.kslik as a candidate for elect i5 to the offiVe of Representative in the General Aswinhly of Tennessee from the twenty-first notorial district composed of the counties of Hon ton and Decatur, subject to the will of the Democratic party. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING. The Democrats of JDenton Coun ty are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the court-house in Camden, Tenn., on Monday, the 7th day of April, 1902, for the pur pose of selecting deWftfpa t r at tend the gubernatorial and judicial conventions to be held at Nashville, Tenn., May 29 and 30, 1902, for the selection of Congressional, senato rial, floterial, and county executive committeemen, and for the trans action of such other business as mav i. i ' t J piuptujy come ueiore saia conven tion. This the 4th day of March, 1902. D. G. Hudson, A. V. Bowles, Chairman. Secretary. No one knows the unbearable tor ture one undergoes from piles un less tliey are so afflicted. Tabler s Buckeye Pile Ointment is aouiak. safe and painless cure. Price, 50 cents m bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. Sold by all druggists. FROM FAXON. Regular correspondence. J. P. Atchison visited at Carlisle Sundav. Mrs. Edna Collier visited at Big bandy bunday. J. P. Dowdy and W. S. Rayborne of Big Sandy were here yesterday. , II. A. Caraway has gone to Lou isyille to buy for W. Caraway & Sons at Big Sandy. The following officers were elect ed in this the sixteenth district last Saturday: R. i Berry and Hom er Parker, magistrates; H. Benton, tax assessor; R. W. Lindsey, A. H. Hassell and W. R. Parker, school directors; T. A.- Akers, constable. The vote was as follows: Magistrate Homer Parker 5G, R. P. Berry 42, H. L. Lindsey 34, A. T. Dugger 10. Tax assessor H. Benton 77. School directors II. W, Lindsey 69, A. H. Hassell 51, W. R. Parker 3G, W. R. Akers 11, D. M. Goforth 21, J. W. Atchison 1G, Frank Collier 1G. Constable T. A. Akers 77. Faxoa, March 19. Couldn't help getting a cold never cures it; butcarrying home a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and using it as directed, will cure the worst kind of congh or cold. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all drug gists. Bring or send us your news of general interest, and we will pub lish it with pleasure. The Chronicle wants to ex change subscription to the paper for a few loads of 1G inch wood for heater. Apply to this .office.. HON, A. i. II t KINS .; '.i V.i jiik mtlc Nomlnutlou of tlm TiglitU I'liatix-rtr DlvUiou. Tli f-illowin 'orrcp!(i;itU'iici n nelf (Kkwiatoiy : J AcK.i'ix, Tknn., Miircli 7, 1 ' h'J. I Ion. A. (i. llnwkii, Ilutilinj;! hi. Tenn., War S;r:-A tin cuiuiiiitli'c i I'dintcil by the Hon. IIiil'Ii C. Ajulcrsnii, cluilniiiui u( l!ic jinlii'ial rointnittco dl tin ci,'litli cliancciy inion if Tt'iincsHCi', vt e liuvc the honor tu ihfurin ymi that nt a riH't-iiiiLT revrulni !v -nl!ui nifl 1 m 1 in the city df Jackson, Tenn., mi March 7, VM2. cf t'lc I )t-inn ra( it; jti iicinry cniimiittee of thp ('litli clianci'iy division ( TnuicH-MM-, piirsu.mt to tin rcsoliiUoi! ninl rules Hiloptctl by the couiiiiittee at its formm tiifi-t i nyr you wore unanimously by fcaiil cntninilleu noniinaU-tl hikI (ieclun d the tiuiniii'O of the I leniocratic party for chan cel! r if Haid division lor the cnsiiint,' term. It i.i with inuch jilensur' that we inforni you of this notion of the Iein cratn; cornmittee. V huvu Ui honor to bo Yours very truly, John T. 1'kki.kii, W. W. CuAi.i, J. L. 8. Tuavih, Conuuitteo. llfNTiNT.Dox, Tenn., March 11, 1002. Hon. John T. Peeler, W. W. Crai ami J. L. S. TraviH, (Jenileinen : Your favor iidvisiiiK mo of my unanimotm Helection as the Democratic candiilate for the office of chancellor at the euwuiiig August elec tion has boon receive 1. I am not unmindful of the responsibility of the position thus nccorded me by the Dernoc'rats of the twelve counties com priwimj the eighth chancery division, nor am I insensible to the honor conferred. I desire to express my gratitude for the eame, not only to the members of the ex ecutive committee, but also to the people represented by them. I than been my purpose, during the time I have held this responsible cilice, to dis charge my duty. I appreciate very much the confidence implied in a re-nomination. I can only promise, that after your action shall be ratified by the people of the division, greater effort, if possible, on my part, to meet and discharge to the utmost, the diflicult and oftimes delicate duties inci dent to the ofljee. Again thanking you, and through yon the people of the division, I confidently submit to, and shall cheerfully accept, their verdict at the polls. Yours truly, A. G. Hawkins. KEPCIJLICAN MASS CONVENTION. The Republicans of Benton County are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the Masonic Hall in Camden, Tenn., on Monday, April 7, 1!K)2, for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the guber natorial and judicial conventions to be held at Nashville, Tenn., June 18, 1002, to nominate candidates for county offices aud elect a county executive committee to serve for the next two years, and for the transaction of any other business that may come before ssiid convention. This March 19, 1902. J. F. Beaton, Chairman. CONFERENCE AT FLAT WOODS. Trogram for second quarterly confer ence to be held at Flatwoods April 5-6 : SATURDAY. 10 to 10.45 a. m, Necessary essentials to a genuine revival, T. W. rafTord, T. W. Barnes, I. N Hill. 10.45 a. in. Special sermon by G. W. Hefley. s 1 to 1.45 p. m. -Business of quarterly con ference. 1.45 to 2.30 p. m. Qualifications of a good steward, S. W. Bullock, J. F. Mc- Kelvey, Clay Hushing. 2.30 to 3.15 p. m. Qualifications of a good Sunday school superintendent, K. P. Berry, C. D. Pierce. Collins I'aiford. 3.15 to 4 p. in. Some reasons why an Epworth League should be in every congregation, Miss Sudie Hastings, H. A. Caraway. SUNDAY. 9 to 10 a. m. Sunday school. 10 to 10.45 a. m. Love feast. 10.45 a. m. Sermon by G. V. Ilefley, followed by sacrament of .the Lord's Supper. W. A. Watts, P. C. FROM FLATWOODS. Regular correspondence Those who sowed oats last week may have to sow again. There was a good attendance at Sunday school last Sunday. Now that spring is at hand, we think it is a good time to revive the teachers' as sociation again. The sooner, the better. We have a great many things for which to be thankful, and especially that we are living after the round' your correspondent gave us last week. It seems that he has taken to studying the scriptures ( which is certainly more commendable than killing birds) and preaching, and we hope he will be more successful. We did as we were bidden, and we ad yise them to reread Exodus, for it is very evident they have a wrong idea of the pai flgraph referred to. Exodus xvi-13 reads like this : "And it came to pass, that at even the quails came up and covered the camp." Now. seriously, we ask them to explain wherein the quotation justifies the act of killing the quails for fun and pastime? If the quail were killed and eaten by the Children of Israel, they came to their camps and oifered themselves at atime when the Israelites were in the act of starvation in the wilderness. Now, if the correspondent from "Down the Road" will wait until the birds come to his door4 we will not sav a word. As it is, they are so badly frightened p.t the sicht ot man they seek safety 'n flight. Again, we would advise "tliem to nor only Stlldv the book of Exodus carefnllv. but search the other scripture, and they win liiu something like tins : "Not even a sparrow falls beneath the Fa'her's no tice." We presume they can find it, as they are diligently studying scripture. n nen ne needs a little reui.irom btuuy, hecan boirnw fiom ti lehitivcof lnsa gun 'tf.it w'mdnuvn iiiii i tciniuru on chew ing pun) and (nine out and help us kill gt iilinppeiH. The gun ( ht to be li ne lor Ihe ltiint KH, for it is s.nd that it will m after idiot over a ten-Hi-ru field ! 1'i.ATwoons, Munch IS. CITIZEN" TALKH. Mr. r.lit.ir: Now that Ihe lime ig approaching for the people to cast about for mi available cumlidrtic for (1 outer, it becomes ncoofH.iry to look to the selection of a iiiiin who can and w ill best rcpiesent the gieat. agricul tural interests of the country. We ou;.ht to have a man from the bosom of "the people," one whom- feelings and sympa thies are closely and strongly interwoven with the interest of Ihe masses, and in view of tl e fa' t that the muchly agitated question of "cood loads" is or will be the paramount issue in the coming legislature and needed legislation will be had at the next general assembly, we (night to have a man who is conversant with these mat ers and whose education and experience. are along thiit line. Fortunately for Benton County she has a man exactly suiled to the emergencies of the occasion, a ir,an whoso large and extensiveexperienee in public road woik make him peculiarly suitable for the po sition. I refer to the Hon. J. Howard Key, w ho is by profession a farmer, by education and training an expert public road man, having m rved hj road commissioner of the county. He knows the needs of the public and in qualified to work for legisla tion of that character that will redound to the interest of the State in general and Benton County in particular. 1 suggest the name of Mr. Key as float pr, ami hope to hear from other parts of the county. Mr. Kee is a man of clean record and of good address. He makes a good speech, and is able to hold up his end of the stick under all emergences. ClTIZK.V. Are you sick? If so investigate the mer its of Herbino. It is a concentrated med icine, the dose is small, yet it quickly pro duces the most gratifying results, diges tion improves, the hps and cheeks lose their palor, the eye becomes bright and the step elastic. Trice, 50 cents. Kold by all druggists. KKOM MOKRIS CIIAI'EL. Regular correspondence. Mrs. Arthur Utley is reported better. Oscar BiBhop has lately moved into this locality. After a long illness, Robert Cancer is convalescing. Bos and Charles Reeves have gone to Paris for a few days. Joe llerringtnn has been milking new building improvements. The young people enjoyed an entertain ment at the home pi Clint Russell. Mr. Marchbanks is here taking up ties. Billie Bishop and Lige Dye are champion "tie hacks" in this community. The editor of the Reflector, a Baptist minister of Nashville, will preach at old Morris Chapel the second Suuday in next month. All are invited. Rev. II. L. Markham of Postoak spent r-unuay wun nis daughter, iMrs. Kobert Cancer. Mr. Caneer returned home with him to spend a few days. Mourns Chaiel, March 18. Children often inherit feeble digestive power and colic of a more or less severe character results, when food is taken which is at all difficult to digest. White's Oream ermilnge acts as a general and permanent tonic. Price, 25 cents. Sold by all druggists. FROM DOWN THE ROAD. Regular correspondence. S. C. Vick is on the sick list this week. James Pafford t miles and says its a boy. Spring log rollings began yesterday at J. F. McKelvey's. It Is rumored thnt a new telephone line i? to be established here. Dobsori & Serratt, our hustlirgsaw mill men, will soon be ready for limbor. Lon Svkes of Eva was here yesterday taking up ties. When they cet ahead of Lon they will have to travel in the night. Down tiik Road, March IS. J. B. VICKREY, LAWYER. CAWDEN. - - . . TENN. OFFICR AT THE COUKT-HOCSK. Scotch Gall Cure for Barb Wire Cuts, Burns. Pesldt, Galls, Files, Old 8orps or any kind of discuses. Nothing better tnada for Cracked Hands. TRY IT SOLD UNDER A OUARANTEG PRICE, . - 25 CENTS Sure-Pop Lice Killer ad Vorm 5. una flee: oi a do?. T.Vo also niaoijfftcturc HlgKason Poultry Bemedy. Hoc: O?lU0iSSeVlo?C.Jrr' AUa'rail MARSHALL OIL CO., MARSH ALLTOWN, . IOWA ,A sgotchR Vy.--,JMocoL ' N EM)! y PI IIC PUACIC IOR HARG A INS. Wo aro si llin:,' our floods clionpor thnn wo over lmvo befon. ,7u4 by way of illuslnitioi), wo aio Kfllinfj our ynnl-wide Urowu Hhectin; At 1 ci:nts vm yaiii). Dress Goods. Our lino of I)rc:.s (Jomls ii cotujilcto, nr.d wo will pell tWm 'J.j jer cent, clienjicr than they liavo over U en fi.M in Caindon. Conio and 'ft uricoa ami too our lino of beautiful rpring and btiuitnor oodn. Embroideries. Wo liavo jnst rcroived the larf'.-t lino of KribroMerioa of all Vnuh ever diht.layed in Camden. Trices range from 1 contH to 1.2.j )ur yard. Wo have all that ia desirable at prices that will plra.so you. Clothing. Clothing. Clothing. FOR MEN, HOYS AND CHILDREN AT YOUK OWN miC'E. Clothing is one of our specialties, aud our new lino of spring; and summer styles is low complete. We truarauteo to fit you, and wo have good bargains for you in any thing frotn a nico suit toa fine pair of pants. Suits from f0 cents to$20. Gents' Furnishing Goods. We have a full lino of new Fancy and Dross Shirts, Stylish Neck wear, Suspeuders, etc. Our prices aro 10 per cent, cheaper than they can bo bought anywhere else. Shoes. Shoes. Our lino of Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes is completo In every detail, aud wo aro soiling them at prices which defies competition. Come to Camden to the New York Store, where you can buy for casli cheaper than at any other house in Benton County. BRING US YOUB BARTER. NAIFEH BROS. Ol WHISKY.9IO FOR MEDICINAL USE OR BEVERAGE IS UNEXCELLED ABSOLUTELY PURE. J. F. BEATON, Sr Camden, Tenn. For GEO. A. DICKEL & CO., Nashville, Tenn. WHY NOT BUYJiHE BEST? V , ' rVi'K 3L COSMO CARRIAGE CO. Nine Tenths of all the People Suffer from a Diseased Liven Prepared Dress Makers' Trimmings. 2 My special order L0.Q16S-,nake uf 20 inch UUUSWaJi Extra lilack Silk Satia at $1.68 per yard, makes a most beautiful Costume, Shirt Waist or Skirt. Can bo worn the year around and made over to conform with the changing fashion if you desire and yet have a fine costume. (It is a positive bargain.) If interested, will send you a sample on receipt of a two cent stamp. Established zuyeais. Tailors' Trimmings, Tailors' Implements. Manufacturer of buttons. JOHN F. DAYIES, 67 Smith Street, Brooklyn. New York C2ty. M'jntlon tUls pap. MAGISTRATE'S V.' A Kit ANTS, Kxc-utions,. anil Mat- Warrant s (or saii.t Thk.Chkun KXE o!Uti Otlier UUnks jji ip.VjU .to order. y U li Li k L 1 sfi OT jA si. Why? no. jo Standing Top Surrey ? Made of the best materials. A nice light carriage, made especially for one horse. We also make a full line of High Grade Vehicles and' Harness. . . Send for Catalogue and Price List. Glen Rock, Pa. rIERBIiy IP Pure Juices from Natural Roots. PECULATES th9 Liver, teach and BgwdIs, " Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood, CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, Weak Stomach' and Impaired Digestion. Evsry Bottle Guaranteed to Ghe Satisfaction. Price, f0 Cents. by JAMES F. 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