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A Pretty Home Wedding Christ mas Eve. One of the prettiest Christmas home weddings was the marriage of Mr. E. P. Chambers and Miss Gladys Thomas which occurred Sunday, December, 24, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas in the Ninth district. The decorations were in keeping with the Christ mas spirit and the impressive ceremony was said by Rev. Geo. L. Johnson of Huntingdon. The maid of honor was Miss Eva Thomas' and the attendants were Miss Eflie Chambers and Mr. Howard Taylor. These are splendid young peo ple, quite popular with their circle of friends, the-groom ."being the son of S. J. Chambers of Hunting don, one of our best citizens, and is a line young man, and the bride belongs to one of the best families of the county and is a most charm ing young lady. They were the ve ipients .--of many hearty con grat'jlations and a number of cn tainments were given in their honor during the holidays. ! J Ramsey-Cooper. Dr. J. j Kamse.v. a well known ' physician of Huntingdon, was mar- ried, Thursday, December 21, to iMrs. Ada Cooper, a most esti mable lady of McLeraoresville. The ceremony was said at the home of the bride in McLemores ville, Kev. D. J. Proctor officiat ing. The marriage was unex pected and quite a surprise as they had taken only a few of their friends into their confidence. Their many friends wish them a happy and prosperous married life. Rainey-Walls. Mr. Addie Kainey and Miss Bevy Walls, popular young people of the Yuma community, were married Saturday, December 23. The ceremony was said at the home of Squire M. A. Kirksey, Mr. Kirksey officiating whilo the young couple were seated in their buggy. Only a few friends saw the marriage as their plans had been kept rather quiet. Mr. Kainey is a successful young farmer while the bride is a splen did young lady. Subscribe for the Democrat.' Shiloh Day. Mrs. Alexander B. White, of Paris, president general of the United Daughters of the Confeder acy, has issued an address to the members of the organization call ing on them to have a Shiloh Day to reawaken interest in the project of erecting a monument at the scene of the battle of Shiloh. . -.1 i ,i',IVwlitV1 They last a lifetime. They're Fireproof Stormproof Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to HUNTINGDON LUMBER CO., Huntingdon, Tenn, 1 -v-sbi. wast ;1 1 r- Ft ? U V GIve p Tourii a: ,;V in fhi Whether vou want to tour Texas for tilcasurt. or investigate the farm and business opportunities there, this is your oni gnat chance to go at the Uast cost. Tourist f are3 toTesas now ia effect daily via Memphis and Cotton Belt Route From Nashvillo To Dallas ana Ft. Worth...... $31.30 Houston 34.60 Waco 33.00 Austin 36.73 El Paso. .. 55.85 lalveiton 36.60 an Anae'.o 41.30 Antonio JUJio Tourist tickets on cala front practically all points in the Southern, to Texas. Stopovers allowed free, on both goingand returning tnp-and you can Stay m Kimer 11 you wisu-iui me Return limit is June 1st. Write toJap-1 will teil you exact fare from your town and make up (schedule to. Shot His Son. While rabbit hunting during Christmas week, Dr. R. L. Barker accidently shot his little- nephew n the thigh with a shot gun. The Boy, it is thought, will recover, although he may be a cripplo for W. G. AJsms, TIX, 406 Church St, NuhvOle, Teas. mm Buy lour Building Material Now Before prices advance. Wo have received NE V and LARGER shipments than ever of : : ! Lumber, Cypress Slfingles, Cypress and Poplar Siding, Sash, Doors,1 Lime, Cement Brick, etc. Let us figure with you on repair work or new , house you will build this fall. We also carry a ' full line of paint and builders hardware.. 1'IIOXE 82. HUNTINGDON, TENN. Don't forget that we are selling glazed well tiling for 10c a foot. Do You Want to Convert Your Property Into Cash ? As representatives of the Immigration Department of. the great N. 0. & St. L. R'y system, and through the certified expenditure of over $3,000 in advertising our community, we are in direct touch and daily correspondence with land buyers from Maine to California, Cuba, Porto Kico, Mexico.and England. These men want to buy LAND. Come to our office over tho Bank of Huntingdon and see their letters. We will bring them here and can sell your property, and we want you to know that we never have or never will deviate one iota from the truth to do it. We will expect NO COMMISSION if you sell your property unless it is to one of OUR CORRESPONDENTS. GARVER & GARVER Non-Resident Notice. W. E. JACOB3, et al vs. Mart Jacobs, et al. Chancery Court at Huntingdon, Tenn. In this cause it appearing from the allegation in the bill, which is sworn to, that the defendant, Otha Jacobs, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and a resi dent of the State of Oklahoma, so that the ordinary process of law cannot.be served upon him, it is therefore ordered that publication be made for four consecutive weeks in the Carroll County Dem ocrat, a newspaper published in Huntingdon, Tenn., - commanding said non-resident defendant to ap pear and make defense to complain ant's bill filed herein, on or before the first Monday, the 5th day of February, 1912, or said bill will be taken for confessed and the cause set for hearing ex parte as to him. This Dec. 4th, 1911. II. C. Bkewer, C. & M. H. M. Clark, Solicitor for Com ' plainant. ' Keel-Powell. Mr, Frank L, Keel and Miss Irma Powell, were married during the holidays at the Powell home at Lavinia. The marriage was quiet a surprise to all their friends. They left shortly after the marri age for Indiana the home of the groom. Mf trV' V La y i f n it Ki u 4 STATEMENT ' 'i BANK OF HUNTINGDON HUNTINGDON, 7ENN. At Close of Business December 30, 1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts....... $160,880.50 Overdrafts (solvent) 803.21 Banking House," Safe and Fixtures 6,000.00 Bonds 6,000.00 CASH ASSETS: Demand Loans (Cotton). Cash and Exchange ,...$20,000.00 ... 52,835.36 LIABILITIES 72,835.36 $246,519.07 Atkinson-Joyner. ' Mr. Fate Atkinson and Miss Ethel Joy ner were married last Sunday in Buena Vista, 'Squire John Palmer saying the ceremony. The ceremony was said at the home of W. T. Taylor, Mrs. Tay lor being a sister of tho bride. These are clever .vounsr people who have a host of friends and whose jfjJj best wishes go out to them in fc. their married life. PI Capitol Stock $25,000.00 Surplus (net).. 49,378.49 Unpaid Dividends 2,500.00 Deposits ' y. 169,640 58 :-.-"' ' r : ; -y -$246,519.07 The above statement is correct: NEILL WRIGHT, Cashier. Signed and sworn to in presence of J. W. Murphy, Notary Public, January 3, 1912. I Administratrix Notice. Having qualified as administra trix of the estate of Dr. A. M. Grizzard, deceased, I hereby notify all parties indebted to said estate to call and make settlement. The books will be found in tho hands of J. M. McAuley. Mrs. Nellie Gkizzakd, ' Administratrix. Good business to , settle once a year by either cash or note, and your doctor will .Know your arc willing to do as he does his best 15-3t . S. W. Huffman. n Saved His Wife's Life. "My wife would have been in her grave to-day," writes O. H. Brown, of Muscadine, Ala., "if it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery. She was down in her bed, not able to get up without help. She had a severe bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough. I got her a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, and she soon began to mend, and was well in a short time." Infallible for coughs and colds, its the most reliable remedy on earth for desperate lung trou ble, hemorrhages, lagrippe, asthma hay fever, croup and whooping cough. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Patrick's Drug Co. 1 " i - - - ....w Time to DI. " "When la Us best time to (111 gravely asks a contemporary. "Just before you try to introduce an old friend to an acquaintance and cant remember fcis name. Lifelike. Tbree hearts that beat as Statement of the Condition of y DM OF rMEElORESVILLE I . JWcLEMORESVILLE, TENN. ' ft) December 30, 1911 ti - -, n KESOURCES Loans and Discounts $14,557.86 Overdrarts........................ 28.10 Banking House Furniture and Fixtures.1. 2,847.59 Other Real Estate. ...... t 10.00 Cash and Exchange. . . . ..... . . . . ,T. 19,353.09 Total Resources ."..$36,796. 64 LIABILITIES Capital Stocjf Paid in Surplus and Undivided Profits (net)..,.. Deposits,. .$ 5,000.00 . 1,627.54 . 30,169.10 .. . Total Liabilities.... $36,796.64 I certify that the above statement is correct to thevhest of my knowledge and belief. J. C. McKINNEY, Cashier. - ; - c ' Subscribed and sworn to before me this January 1st, 1912. DORSET P. BRAMLEY, Notary Public. TV Ulliiiuiwt I. .I, i?lwu J III Z&Jt i nit sw ttttsi-1 jittl t iff fcfrn.-isffc' rht4i , s Statement of the Condition of the ANK OF TREZEVANT TREZEVANT, TENN. At the Close of Business December 30th, 1911. RESOURCES - Loans and Discounts. . ..,.. . .$55,812.22 Overdrafts. .. . . . . .. .......... 223.02 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures. ... ....... . . . . 5,369.04 Real Estate..;:..'.......":.... 550.00 Cash on hand and in other banks 13,330.73 Total Resources. ... $75,285.01 LIABILITIES - Capital Stock-Paid in .$ 7.500.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits. 5,437.98 Rediscounts.. 7,500.00 Deposits.... 54,847.03 Total Liabilities. . . .$75,285.01 I, W. G. Ware, Cashier of the above named bank of Trezevant, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ' ' W. 6. WARE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this January 3rd, 1912. W II. GALLAWAY, Notary Public. The Directors of this Bank - "v - t i are successful business men, men of experience in the handling of financial affairs, practi cal men who stand for conservatism in business. They fully realize their responsibility to the community. They fully realize that each and every account on our books, be it large or small, has its influence in the upbuilding of our town and community, and respectfully solicit your' account ' . ' v - ' ; . f - , DIRECTORS ' A. S. Jones, J. T. Martin, M. F. Hurdle, R.T. Argo. H. C. Smith, W. G. Quinn, J. M. Swinney, W.G.Ware, W. W. A lgea, F.J. Johnston, W. F. Holt. - m ! i YA n , Bigamy: cne. Life.