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The Camden chronicle. (Camden, Tenn.) 1890-current, June 11, 1915, Image 2

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i'or daily use !n millions of kitchens has
. roved that Calumet is highest not only in
tuaniy mn m leavening power us well un
failing in results pure to the extreme and
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woiiueriuny economical m use. Ask youJr
giuccr. .mia try uaiumet next Dake day
Received HigIie$rAwarIs
County Clerk A. L. IlaaBell lins
been supplied with hunters' licen
8fH ly State Warden W. 1). II ow
fier of the Department of Game,
Fish hihI Forestry, Nashville
Under the game find fish laws,
every person who hunts, except on
hiHown land, is required to have a
hunter's license. If he is a resi
dent of the State, and desires to
hunt only in his own county, then
he is required to have county li
cense; if a resideut of the State, he
is required to have a State license
to hunt in another county; a non
resident most have a non-resident
license to hoot in Tennessee, A
man and his family is allowed to
mint on his own land without a
hunter's license.
All Sheriffs, Depoty Sheriffs,
Constables, City Marshals and
Policemen are constituted exofficio
deputy fish and game wardeus.
The law prescribes furthermore
hat "any State warden or deputy
warden, who shall fail to perform
any act, doty or obligation enjoin
ed upon him by the game and fish
aws of the mate, or to make a
aithful attempt so to do, or who
shall wilfully disobey the came
and fish laws in any detail, shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
shall be punished upon conviction,
y a fiue of not less than fifty nor
more than one hundred dollars."
To thee,
my mas-
fllWMl 'er my
.itaizm ,! 1 ' care t
World'! Pan
Food Exposition
IhKK. 1U.
Pirn Eipoti
tion, Fruct,
I Yon doo't Tt money when too bay cbean or Lir-ca
L.i J.. n..'ll,..I.J D r-i . i..
Calumet u far tuperior to tour milk and (oda.
Meauwhile, we insist that there
is only one safe plan for the farmer
in this section, and that consists of
living at home and making cotton
one of our surplus crops. "The
man who feedb himself this year,"
says the Progressive Farmer, "will
most likely be the man who has
money in the bank next fall."
The Italian women police force
has over 11,000 members. They
wear serviceable uniforms and dis
chartre ably much of the duty in
safeguarding the public, since the
eutrauce of Italy into active war
fare. European countries torn
naturally to women police, and the
United States is following the
same course in some of the cities
Many sighs of relief went up
from the mothers of Uamden when
they learned of the filling of the
old well in the court yard. While
the county officials seemed to give
the matter little thought, many
parents felt that the well was a
serious menace to the lives of
small children playing about the
court yard unattended. Now the
danger is removed.
If you have business with any
of the county officials you will find
them in the First National Bank
Farm work is progressing rapid-
y in this community.
Mrs. Doss Lynch is visiting her
sister.'Mrs. W, E. Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McEwen vis
ited J. W. Greer Sunday.
Robert Kee is recovering from a
severe attack of smallpox.
Mr. aud Mrs. Howard Yates vis
ited Mrs. Delana Lynch Sunday.
Several from here attended the
children's day servicesat Postoak
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McEwen and
Mr. aud Mrs. Rice Kee spent Sun
day with J. H. Kee.
Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Cooper were
guests of the latters parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Kee, Sunday.
I will close with much success to
the Chronicle.
4V. A. Brackin called on C. V.
Kee Tuesday.
Health is very good throughout
this community.
"Old Beck" is not getting much
rest these sunny days,
Val Bridges and Fred Kee spent
Suuday with Fay Branch.
Mrs. Henry Uuuu was a guest
of Mrs. Ellie Brackin Monday,
There will be preaching at the
borne of Houston Cowell Saturday
Suuday school opeued hereSun,
day and we hope it will continue
throughout the year.
The little daughter of Mrs. Ella
Brackin spent Mouday night at the
louie of Calvin Hicks.
I will close with best wishes to
The Chronicle.
me, and.
when the day's work is done, pro
vide me with shelter, a clean dry
bed and stall wide enough for me
to lie down in comfort.
Always be kind to tne. Talk to
me. Your voice often means as
much to me as the reigns. Pet me
sometimes, that I may serve von
the more gladly aud learn to love
you. Do not lerk the reins, aud do
not whip me when going up hill.
Never strike, beat or kick me when
I do not understand what you want,
but give me a chance to understand
you. Watch me, and if I fail to do
your biddings, see if something is
not wrong with my harness or feet,
Do not check me so that I can
not have free use of my head. If
yon insist that I wear blinders, bo
that I can not see behind me, as it
was intended I should, I pray you
be careful that the blinders stand
well outvfrom my eyes. Do not
overload me, or hitch me where
water will drip on me. Keep me
well shod, and do not let my feet
grow so long they will cause me to
stumble.. Examine my teeth when
I do not eat; I may have an ulcer
ated tooth, aud that, you know, is
very paiuful. Do not tie my head
in an unnatural position, or take
away my best defense against flies
and mosquitoes and other insects
by cutting off my tail.
I can not tell you 'when I am
thirsty, so please give me clean,
cool water often. Save me, by all
means in your power, from that
fatal d isease, the glanders. I can
not tell you in words when I am
sick, so watch me, that by signs
you may know my condition.
Give me all possible shelter from
the hot sun, aud put a blanket on
me, not when I am working, but
when I am standing in the cold.
Neverputafrosty bit in my mouth;
first warm it by holding it a mo
ment in your hand. I try to carry
you aud your burdens without a
murmur,, and wait patiently for
you long hours of the day or night;
without the power to choose my
shoes or path, I sometimes fall on
the hard rough roads which I have
often prayed might be of such na
ture as to give me a safe and sure
footing, Remember that I must
be ready at any moment to lose my
life in your service.
Aud finally, O, my master, when
my useful strength is gone do not
turn me out to starve or freeze, or
sell me to some cruel owner, to be
slowly tortured and starved to
death; but do thou, my master,
take my life in the kindest way,
and your God will surely reward
you here aud hereafter. You will
not consider me irreverent if I ask
this in the name of Him who was
born in a stable. Amen,
Children Cry for Fletcher's
TllO Kind You Have Always Ilon-rlir. nml wlilrri Ima Iiaoh
in nso for over 30 years, lias borno the signature of
ana has been made under his per
sonal supervision since Its Infancy.
Allow no ouo to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits. Imltn lions mi ft '.Tiif.iia.fiiril' nrn Imf.
lixperhucnts that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotio
substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys AVorms
and allays Ecvcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and AVlnd
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Eood, regulates tho
Stomach and liowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's PanaccaTho Mother's Friend.
Bears the Signature
The Kind You Have Always Bought
in use i-or Over iU Years
Hay! Hay!
At the depot. Camden Produce
Co. have plenty of choice alfalfa
and timothy none better and
they invite you to call on them and
get prices.
Veterinary Surgeon
A good veterinary in a town is
one of its best assets. Dr. Pullam
is a graduate of Toronto School,
one of the best schools in the East,
aud he feels deserving of your pat
ronage. He has located at Big
Sandy, Tenn , aud will auswer all
calls day and night.
DEEDS of Trust, Warranty Deeds. Keplevin
Attachments, HiiImmpiihs, (ianitsliments.
Appeal Komls at THK CllltOMCI.K olllce.
No. Six-Sixty-Six
This is a prescription prepared especially
iMve or six dose will break any case, and
u taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
Will cure your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in
ternally and externally. Price 25c.
J Are You a Woman? I
I Tab Pwiaii!
The Woman's Tonic
Manu Troubles Doe to p
Inactive Liver
"Fallen man," continued, is -the
subject for, prayer service at the
M. E. Church, South, Tuesday
evening, Juue 15.
A cordial invitation is extended
to the public to attend and take
part in the service, which begins
at o o clock.
Frank U. Jones, P. C
Children that are affected by
worms are pale aud sickly and lia
ble to contract some fatal disease
White's Cream Vermifuge expels
worms promptly and puts the child
on the health. Trice 25 cents per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Buy your hay, oats, corn, wheat
bran, wheat shorts, alfalfa, mixed
feed aud anything you need iu the
feed line from T. A. Berry at the
depot. The prices are right, and
he carries a complete line of pure
wholesome feeds which insures the
health and efficiency of your stock.
A missionary in Japan tells of
being invited lo address public
schools, and groups of workers,
such as the employes of the gov
ernment postoffice. These are
signs of the chauged attitude to
ward Christianity which have re
cently been remarked by many of
our American missionaries.
Send The Chronicle to relatives
iu other States.
Many of the troubles of life such as lipadiielin
Indigestion, constipation and lack of enerirv rva
due to Inactive liveiH.
(iKKiSBY'S MV-VKK-LAX Is a natural, veir.
etable remedy that will Ret the liver ri'lit and
nniKe tnese troubles disappear. It. has none of
the dangers or disagreeable effectsof calomel.
(ieta50eor l bottle of this snlendld remedv
from your druggist today. Every bottle bears
the likeness of I., K. (i rigsby, who guarantees it.
for sale by .1. O. FitKSSON, t'aniden, Tenn.
The mint makes it and under the terms of tli
Continental Mortgage Company you can secure
It at 8 per cent for any legal purpose on ap
proved real estate. Terms easy, tell us your
wants and we will co-operate with you.
and Stale Warrants for sale at ThkOhron
ci.k olllce. Other blanks printed to order.
Nasiivm.i.k, Ohattanoooa and St. Louis
The following is the daily schedule of
trains arriving at Camden Station :
No. 1 Flyer 5.48 a. ii
No. 3 Mall 6.47 p m
No. 9:) I'ass. 12.43 a in
No. 2 Flyer 10. ac p ra
No. 4 Mail 9.58 a m
No. 92 Pass. 4.14 a m
No. 05 Tass. 10.47 a m I No. 6 Pass. 5.03 p ra
OU.lt Job printing faculties ara llrst-class.and
our specialty is good work. Estimates (and
samples where possible) will be furnished on ap
plication. Address Tim Cm komci.k, Uamden.
Tenn. .
5 or 6 doses 666 will break
nny case of Chills & Fever, Coldj
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
belter than Calomel and does not
firioe or sicken. Price 25c.
i Mi
Trade Marks
CopvRiftuTe Ac
Illicitly ascertain our opinion free whothor an
Invent rii la probnbly patentable. Coimmintm.
tlonsHtricUfconHdenttal. HANDBOOK on I'ntenU
Bent free. Oldest nirency for e:urlnK Dutenti.
I'ut.onta taken turoiiRli ilunn & Co. receive
tperinl notice, witlimit charge. In the
scientific .American.
IA hnndnomelf tlludtrated weekly. I.nr?est clf
dilution of an? ncieitt ttJn lou nml. Terms. S3 ft
Branch OtBoa. ffi F 8U WaBblnif ton, IX U.

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