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Carroll County democrat. (Huntingdon, Tenn.) 188?-1971, October 31, 1919, Image 5

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Successful Success
Young man, would you succeed? Then start a bank account.
There are many degrees of success, but after all is said none
succeed like the financial success. Whether you be doctor,
lawyer, merchant or musician, you wili never reach the ful
ness of success until you have become a financier. To be a
financial success two things are necessary: Eirst, to make
money; second, to save money. A good education and plenty
of brawn will help you to mrke it. From your parents and
your companions you learn morality. Schools, colleges and
experience broaden your general knowledge and intellect.
The bank is only able to teach you finaneering. Wouldyou
be a financial success? Then start a bank account.
Capiat and Surplus $75,000.00
W. M. CARSON, President NEILL' WRIGHT, Cashier
Town and County News
Crockett Ownes, of Buffalo,
spent the week end in Huntingdon.
Miss Lillian Garden spent the
week end with home, folk at Mc
Lemoresville. R. K. Pinkley, of Hollow Rock,
spent last Friday and Saturday
with B. F. Morgan.
Dr. and Mrs. H, I). McGill. of
Clarksburg, spent Monday with
'Mrs. B. H. Jamisonr.
Mrs. J. F. Neely and Mrs. I.
W. Evans spent Wednesday in
Dresden, visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Taylor, of
Hollow Rock, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barrow.
Miss Murline Mitchell, of Mc
Kenzie, spent Saturday and Sun
day With Miss Annie Lou Morris.
Major J. H. McCall came over
from Camp Taylor, Louisville Ky.,
and spent the week end with hjs
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Jenkins have
as their guests Mrs. Jenkins'
father, B. V. Rector and wife, of
Brazil, Ind.
Dr. Leonard Edwards came down
from Nashville the first of the
week and visited home folk and
friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bomar, of
Paris, spent the weekend with the
family of Mrs. Bomar's father, T.
J. Lankford.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Barrow,
after visiting relatives here have
returned to their home in Bellfield,
North Dakota.
Miss Jessie Holden, who has
been an employee of the Cumber
land Telephone Company here,
has resigned her position and re
turned to her home in Dickson.
A new and big assortment
of trimming, beads and neck
wear at Huddleston's.
For Sale
1 37 Acres
At McLemoresville,
known as the Wilk
ins land. Located
just west of town.
No better land in
Carroll county,
Exclusive Agent
Miss Janie Parnell, of McKenzie,
was the guest of Mrs. Willie John
son and Mrs. Hassie Odem from
Saturday until Monday.
Mrs. James Johnson spent from
Friday until Monday in Milan with
her mother, Mrs. I. S. Moore, and
sister, Mrs. N. W. Martin.
I want to buy scaly bark hick
i ry nuts; alsosome hazel nuts and
beech nuts. Mrs. Eugene Haw
ins, Dak Lawn Farm, Telephone 86
A. M. Braid and sons, Frank
and James, of St. Louisville, 0., are
here looking after some business
and visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Roscoe Clark, of Salem, Oregon,
is visiting relatives in the Nine
teenth district. He left here about
ten years ago and this is his first
visit home.
There will be two sermons and
dinner on the ground at Roan's
Creek next Sunday. Stanly S.
Jones will do the preaching. All
invited to attended.
Mrs. Grant Crumpacker, and
daughter, of Valparaiso, Ind ,
after visiting Mrs. J. B. Cox, have
returned to Martin; where they
are visiting home folk.
Mrs. Jennie Scott, who came
here from Lexington a few week
ago to visit her sister, Mrs. J. B.
Cox, left last Saturday to return to
her son, Otis Scott, in Dyer.
Miss Viola Cook, after visiting
her aunt, Mrs. J. B. Sanders, re
turned last week to Washington,
D. C. She was accompanied as
far as Nashville by Mrs. Sanders
and daughter, Jean, who spent a
few days there before returning.
Mrs. Willie Johnson was notified
Saturday by her son, Clarence, of
I that he had just married Miss
Diamond Dickerson. Mrs. John-
son expects them here on a visit
in the near future. Clarence's
friends here wish for him and his
bride much happiness and pros
perity. For Rent. I want to rentone-
i half of my residence on East Paris
street to some one who will .furnish
! meals for wife and daughter. Or
! will rent one-half without meals
i Large garden; poultry yard; stable
and garage. Or will furnish
rooms for two or four young ladies,
who want to do light house-keeping
and go to school. If you are
looking for a home see me. W.
L. Noell.
Heaviest Brown Domestic
20c the yard at Huddleston's.
'' Don't go through life missing all
'. the good things. Lots of people go
through life missing good things
j they would like to enjoy The sen
sible thing to do is to get rid of
iyour liver troubles. Medical books
f show that most of the diseases come
! from a torpid liver. First call on
lownes' Liver Pills as a liver reg
ulator. Let Townes' Liver Pills
j show you its mild purgative qual-
utv: show von hnw oonci vou win
- T .j - m r
feel after their action., After tak
ing Townes' Liver Pills you will be
j in position to enjoy the good things
j you have beeen missing. Will make
you feel spry, give you energy, in
crease jour vitality and give you
that up-and-go-to-it feeling that
comes from a mental and physical
robust structure. Townes' Pills do
you no harm, because they contain
nothing but pure.wholesome drugs
When you lose your energy and
pep, Townes' Pills will restore it.
Ask your dealer. Sold by
Priest & Patrick Drug Co.
, Huntingdon, Tennessee
T . IB
Law Lnacted as National ftleas-
ure Repealed Over Presi
ent's Second Veto
The daylight-saving law became
j inoperative at 2 o'clock last Sun
Jday morning. Clocks were turned
l back one hour and the country
went back to standard time. The
present temper of congress indi
cates it will stay there.
The daylight-saving law, which
passed congress almost unopposed,
was repealed recently with almost
as much enthusiasm, despite two
vetoes by the president. Farmers
opposed it, saying it harmed
their work. ,
The change gives one hour longer
to slumber in the morning, but
one hour Jater to work at night.
The law accomplished some good
but it will be sometime before
congress will again attempt to en
act it into law.
Brevard Fowler
Mr. Joe Brevard, son of W. A.
Brevard, was married last Sunday
to Mrs. iNettie Fowler at the
home of 'Squire T. J. Coaapton,
the accommodating magistrate say
ing the ceremonv. Thev were ac
companied by-Miss Fay Fowler
and Lawrence Gibson. They are
clever people of the Twenty-third
district, and their many friend
wish them much happiness.
Second Number
The second number of the l.vopra
course will e given by the
Southern Musical Company ' 'he
high school on Friday niitht, Octo
ber 31. This company gives a vo
gram having real musical qualitv.
with a repertoire of great range -f
variety and a contrast, covriog
all of the best popular as well us
classical composition from Histori
cal to Modern times.
D. W. Smith and family left
.Wednesday for Hereford, Texas,
where they will reside in the
future. This is a splendid family
who have a good home a few miles
north of town. If they like Texas
they will remain there, but if they
do not like it they will come back
to their Carroll county home at the
end of a year.
E. C. Freeman and family moved
last Monday from Mrs. Meda
Milliard's residence on East Main
street, where they had been living
since their home was destroyed by
fire, to their new home on East
Paris street, recently purchased by
them from E. M. Norman. Their
friends on East Paris street gladly
welcome them back to their old
home neighborhood.
Miss Mary Townes, who came
down from Nashville to be a
membeV of the West-Cox bridal
party and attend the series of
entertainments given to compli
ment the bride, was the guest of
Mrs. C. M. Wratson while here.
She was accompanied home last
Friday by Mrs. O. M. Watson who
remain in Nashville until Sunday
Ermon E. Smith, of near Treze
vant. and Miss Emma Miller, of the
Fifth district of this county, were'
mnrriftd. the rprpmnnv hftvin(rl
been performed in the presence of
a few special friends by Rev. M.
Hart, of McLemoresville. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Williams J. Miller, of the
Fifth district, and the groom is the
son of Mr. and JVirs. 'John 31.
Sm'th, of the Trezevant commun
ity. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will re
side near that town.
Mrs. Gowan Dead
Mrs. Myrtle Gowan, aged 33
years, died at her home near Por
ter's store, on Saturday. She was
the wife of Oscar Gowan, a promi
nent farmer. She is survived by
her husband and four children.
Funeral services were held by her
pastor, Rev. Uuderwood, of At
wood. Burial occurred in Pleasant
Hill cemetey. The bereaved have
many friends who sympathize with
them in their loss.
Best white back, blue
denim overalls for $2.50 ' at
firs. Sarah Wilcox
Mrs. Sarah Wilcox died at her
home in the Twenty-third district
last Tuesday night at about 8
o'clock. She died from paralysis,
having been stricken that morning'
at 9 oclock. She was an aged lady,
being about Hll years old. She
was a most excellent christain
woman and stood high in the com
munitv. Her husband has -been
dead a number of years and she is
survived by live sons, Luther, who
lives in Texas; Ben, whose home is
in Senath, Mo.; Tom, Otha and
Bolivar, all of whom reside in
this county, and two daughters,
Mrs. D. J. Hastings and Mrs. Lee
Hastings, residents of this county.
The bereaved ones have the sym
pathy of a large number of friends.
The burial occurred yesterday at
Lonff Rock, after funeral servics
conducted by Rev. W. E. Gibson.
A good friend stands by you
when in need. Huntingdon people
tell how Doan's Kidney Pills have
stood the test. Mary J. Johnson.
Rubbers for all shoes and
gum boots and shoes for the
hardest wearat Huddleston's
Saturday Night, November 1
"Hitting the High Spots"
Would you rather marry a man who made good with his brains or
one who was acceptable only because he had wealth? See Bert
Lytell in "Hitting the High Spots" and decide.
Tuesday Night,. November 4
.:.Presents... v
" A Pair of Silk Stockings "
Even a better picture than "Up the Road With Sally."
One show for each' night, beginning promptly at 7:30; first three
acts will be repeated for those who come late
One Show, 7:30 Stiarp Admission, 15c and 25c
flcKenzie Post No. 37
Will Meet at the
Commercial Club, McKenzie, Term.,
at 3 o'clock p. m.
All ex-soldiers, ex-sailors and ex-marines in Mc
Kenzie and vicinity are requested to be present
Strictly a Service Men's Organization
Membership Fee $1.00 a Year
What Did You Forget?
Bred Sows and Gilts, Pigs
and Herd Boars
Eugene Hawkins & Sons
Number 86
of Johnson Hotel, Huntingdon,
endorsed Doan's five years ago and
.1 i i i
again confirms the story, iouia
you ask for more convincing testi
mony ?
Mrs. .Johnson gave the fol
lowing account of her exper
ience with Doan's Kidney
Pills December 21, 1914: "I have
used Doan's Kidney Pills off and
on for quite a while. Rheumatic
pains were the worst symptoms of
the complaint and the pains in my
lower limbs were often severe.
My back was lame and sore, too.
Whenever I feel any of these
symptoms coming on, I get a box
of Doan's Kidney Pills and after
taking them a little while, the
trouble disappears. I wouldn't be
without this remedy and always
reccomend it."
Trouble Never Returned.
On May 25, 1918, Mrs. Johnson
said: "I am glad to say I have
had no return of kidney complaint
since Doan's Kidney Pills cured
me in 1914. All I said at that
time still holds good."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Johnson had. Foster.
Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Men, there is a new lot of I
collars and ties to please you j
at Huddleston's. ' i
Send in your Kodak Films
for Developing and Print
ing. We are now located
in our new building and
can give you prompt at
tention. Work will be
delivered within three
days after receiving it,
We do copying and enlarg
ing of all , kinds of photo
graph work. We aim to
give you better work than
heretofore. Our motto is
'"If we please 'you, ell
others, if not tell us, and
we will make good." Call
in when you'r in town and
give us a trial. We know
we can please you.
Northwest Corner Square
T O T H E) T JR. A E ty.
We are doing business at the J. F. Neely old stand
And Carry a Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Feedstuff s. Our Prices are Right
Your patronage solicited
f . X
s& JO
Telephone 69

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