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I P U R IS DRUGS and CIIEmiCALS. We carry the only COMPLETE LINE of School Books and Supplies in town. SYRUP of WHITE PINE & TAR 4 OUKOWMMAKi: ALSO Fine line of Jewelry and the Best Perfume and Stationary. CROWDER BROS. EAST BIDE. S Lawrenceburg. Mi STATEMENT Of conditions of the Leoma Union Warehouse & Mfg. Co , to-gathor with list cf its Mtock holders as required by law December 30tb 1911. LIABILITIES Capital Block f9,3'J9.50 Bills payable 7,482 20 Accounts Fa j able 1,409.40 Total $18,291.10 . W II Tandy, K E Mabry, J P Mabry, W J Ooad, Wendell Marnton, Fred Jolly, M Norton, Cyius O Beasley, j li Beiew, .1 W Uladney, W 8 Craig, 8 F fcinu, A P Hood, O O Hardiman, W T Bureh, F M Lincoln, iVI L Qower, - Edgar Mabry, A P Murphy, 8 W Mareton, A J Lumpkins, W A Harrison, Caliper Daverkamp, Otto Batterbak, W J Woods, Gusa Freeman, B B Beyke, B O Jennings, Cecil B Springer, Michael Wetli, A 8 Marslon, K N Jennings, Harriaon Bros, J D Dover, Allen Springer, Jofepe Bhakelford, B B Ayers, Elmer Clark, R L Tidwell. Joe Meyers, T A Beasley, B A Beyke, 8 W Mabry, L D Bates, iJtate of Tennessee, Lawbenok County. 1, 11. N. Jennings, President of above corporation do solemnly swear that the above statement is correct to the best ot my knowledge and btlief. B. N. Jennings, Pi. 'sident. Bworn to and subscribed before me this January 27, 1912, ' W T Btjech, Notary Public THE SAFEST AND LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER Curnb Telephone & Telegraph Go (INCORPORATED, ) FOR All grades of Crushed Rock Work. Also Building Stone. Citizen Phone, Residence Bell Phone No- . A OR EAT CASH OFFER. THE LAWRENCE DEMOCRAT has made a special Clubbing Rate with The Memphis Weekly Commercial by which we will furnish both papers for the DEMOCRTA'S regular subscription price plus 25c. The Commercial Ap peal is one of the largest and best papers in f he South, and we hope to secure many new subscriptions oa thi offer. 11.25 cash for both papers- & BECKHAM QUAKE, Tennessee. LIVING EXPENSES Are not so high if you buy nnnr orrArorJps at thft ripht J, 7,. ... iL . . I place. Visit tbis grocery and uo t lie lower mm uuai pru:e ,1 I : I which prevail throughout the store Y.)ii eavn a little on every article you hay. Make ua your grocer and your expanses will be 18 and Jour living belter as well. J. P. SPRINGER RESOURCES Rcalestate $ 771.83 Kealeatate improvemeuts 3,051.66 Machinery 3,126 86 t?pur track 497.02 Lil.u receivable 7,843.03 Accounts receivable - 1,156.80 Inventory 661.88 Cash on deposit. 636.31 Int. & Disc 131.21 Horse & Buggy 140 00 Office Fixtures 870.40 Total $18,291.10 W H Beiew, L) It Bcbannan, Mrs Rose Nipber, J W Harland, J T Ferell, tmiley Freeman, J H Norton, O W Dunkle. J Q Jennings, J H Marston, O W ytisher, N L Powell, O W Martin, Mrs Lilia B Erabry, Edd Krauss, Chas I Bchade, G W Beiew, J W Beasley, B L Marston, W H Martin, T W Mabry, E H Harrison, W J Ponder, L T Nipher, P A Norton, J B Btisher, W O Musgrove, J A Thoman, H Meisterbernd, W N .Terming., O W Davis, R F Ooidin, J J Nutzbaum, X J Thompson, J F Eonig. Jno C Burch, O U Buidick, J A McMackin, G W Newton. A H Freeman, W L Bhackelford, J F Barnett, H N Walkden, TAKE YOUR CHOICE of any candy we have in tha store. No matter which you pick it will be better candy than you ever thought . was in the whole wibe world. Three charming qualities of our candy are purity, flavor and daint iness. There is another one, too; its price, which enables you to buy a good big box, without feeling ex travagant. BURTON'S DRUG STORE QUICKEST WAY TO SALE and Screenings for Concrete Will deliver or sell at quarry. 0 M BURTON T. Money to Loan IOOarul up nil well immovid forms. Lou;? li'if. icuH.iiitililf terms. Bee. or write Okouok Chilmkkbs, Ethridf.e, Tenn. SUE GAVE UP ALL HOPE Fhyj!c!ir.i Failed To Help Mrs. Green, IJ. She finally Found. Relief la Cartel. Meets. Va. Mrs. J. C. Green of tits place, says: "I suffered with womanly troubles so that I could hardly sit op. Two of the best doctors la our town treated me, and I tried different medi cines, until I gars up all hops of ever getting well. One day, I decided to try some Car dul. It did so much for me that t ordered soma more, and it cured met Today. I fesl as well as I ever did la. my Ufa. - . .The pains ana me txoudis are an gone. I feel like another person in every way. I wisn every sunerer couia know what Cardul will do for sick women." r . A (. 4aui f rnrdnl at trill rttfit lm. -m .... tQ.ny a bin doctor bUL by .Ptlng SL Kning make nale cheeks fresh and rosy, Thousands of wean women nave neen restored to health and happineas by using Cardu . Bupposo you try it, AS- uia wv mv - n n Writs im Udin Advftory Dr., rt oof M.4kln. Co, Ch.unoo , Jmn., 1( Special IfUtruclxttng, inim-wn w. i far weaMQ. ml la pUia mpp, an reqimt. Correspondents will please be promp in sending in news itemr from their neighborhood. 'Weoannot keep those on our list who fail to write as often as here is news to report. Foley Kidney Pills always give satisfaction because they always do the work. J. T. Shelnut, Bremen. Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and found more relief from their use than from any other kidney medicine, and I've tried almost all kinda. I can cheerfully recommend them to all sufferers for kidney and bladder trouble." Crowder Bros, or Beck ham. Subscribe for the Democrat. Do not allow your kidney and bladder trouble to develop beyond the reach of medicine. Take Foley Kidney Pills. Tbey give quick re suits and stop irregularities with surprising promptness. Crowder Bros, & Beckham, Subscribe for the Democrat- Bring us your Job; Work Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound 'Cures in Every Case." Mr. Jas.. McCaffery, M"gr. of the SchlitZ1 Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recotnmtiuls Foley's Honey aid 1 TarCn'mnonnd. lr.n if nr,ine. n ne ?em'w Peonage . m every rase. ,1 have used it myself nod I have recommended it to many others who have since told me of its great curative power in diseases of the throat and lung8.' For all coughs and colds it is ? pt edily effective. Crowder Bros. & Beckham 60 YEARS' . jLw V EXPERIENCE saw a I nnusk nmnns) ftraiAiu Copyriohts &e. Anrnn. tending a sketch and deecrlntlon may QnlcklT aicertaln our DDluInn fraa whether an lurentlon ! probnblf putentnhlo. Comtnuntna 9 wnet Oomtr tlonstlrictlroonildeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patntc tent free. OMost aftencr for securing patents. Patents taken through ilunn ft Co. recalT tpertal notict, without ehurgg, in tbe Scientific Jlmerlcam & h.mdtotnelT lllnstrated weekly, harvest fllr-ct-lation uf an ' sl ntldo lonrnal. Terms, ST yonr: 'our mo itks, JL. boldbjaX' newtdealers. firlFJiasi ft Uo Nev Yjrk Branch Ol Joe, I 3 T it, WaiLlJiULr .D. . Charles Durham, Lovington, 111, has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed wetting. ''My little boy wet the oed tery night clear thro' on the floor, I tried seveial kinds of kidney medicine and I was in the drng store looking for' something diflerent to help him when I heard of Foley Kidney Pills. After he had taken them two days we could see a change and when he had taken two thirds of a bottle be was cured. That is about six weeks ego and he has not wet in bed since. Crowder Bros fcBeckbam. Subscribe for tbe Democrat . a WANTED 1 GOOD FARMS by owners for Indiana and Ohio land and Busi- ness Drooertt. Attn T tvp e P. ii or fnr several unill improved tracts located well as to Schools and i Cafliftlir. Thnrrh. Writ. for fair and square deal. J J WESTRICK. Sunman, Ind. Spend your evenings at the Princess' They'll b enjoyable Non-Resident Notice l" t - t - . .1. v T - rM. ! pi. irjrcnr, ciBir , , iu vuui:rrj , VI UOUN L.SW- u u Preston, et. ri rfDcebun la thi. cauw it appearing to the sat ffcftc'ion of the underli.n.d frrm the origiDti bui wh; h , l0 that . .,,-, w,.- p-u a. i cniwu, irntucui a ui mo 1 ivn ui a c 1 1 tucky, above named di-feudants are non-residents of the feta.e of Tenn essee, so that ordinary pnftBs of law cannot be served on them It is therefore ordered that publica tion be made four consecutive weeks in the Lawrence Democrat a newepsper published in Lawrenceburg, Tennesaee, requiring the said non resident Defend ants to be, and appear at the nest March rules of the Chancery Court for Lawrence County, Tennessee, to be held in the Court House in Lawrenceburg, on the First Monday in March 1912, and then, and there plead, answer, or demur to the bill filed herein, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them, and set for hearing ex parte This Jannary 19th, 1912, Thos. H. Meredith C & M Carrel 1 & McNelj, Solrs. for Cora pits. $100 Per Plate wia pid at a banquet to Clay, in New Orlains in 1812. Mighty. costly for those with stom ach trouble or indigestion. To day people everywheie use Dr King's JJllB ri"a Iur UHB0 irouuiCB aa wt" 89 ,ive kldney and bowel . XT t r:n c. - .1 . n disorders Easy, safe, sore Only 25 cts at Crowder Bros & Beck ham The Daner 01 u GriPPe Is its fatal tendency to pneumonia To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Coin pound. B E Fisher, Washing ton, Kas., Bays: 'T was troubled with a severe attack of la grippe that threatened pneumonia. friend advised Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and I got rehe after taking the first few doses. I took three bottles and my la grippe was cured." Gel the genu A Ifr l . r- i. crowaer-iro8 re Decs nam - i Have you done it? If not, Do it. Have Your Property Insured. Jas T. Dunn. Few head well grown 2 year old mules for sale at "worth the mon ey prices''- Wm. J Gii.brka.th. Lawrencaburg, Tenn. FOR SALK- Celar posts. O. M, Burton. 8. M. Dwiggins, : CASH PRODUCE BUYER Poultry, Eggs, Feathers, Furs, Hides, Beeswax, Etc. GROCERIES. This paper is not a mere adver tisiDg sheet. We want advertise ments, but we furnish enough reading matter to make the adver tisements worth something to our customers. The first thing with s is the news. Giv us your Job Work L1SOMA Loo mil Locals Mitriiiu Km t-y iid N.ibnl, iif ii.ouHiori, I I . i vim ijt g rtlatives nt'Mr i.eomu. Mitliroigq .Uralnu Mini lit t'e iliugiitrrs twk tt it . er with '8 M 'Turtli-y TooMl-y to vUil with tbe former's brother, Mear. M Norton, (Jeorgi Mars ton Hud tf.Hr.cy Martm hive cot- tea new organs this week. No other fVimmtinit v mti l mat nf art ' ' " much god djusIchI talent as is found iu this neighborhood Tl . . . Tl,er a MP8"'g at the Golden home West (if town Sutor. day night. tUnfi, Everybodj !.nd a good Deputy HI.eritI William, of Fall River, whs her- Friday. The Y. P. B. of the W. C. T. U. met Sunday with Mrs Ilot-e Nipher Mr and Mrs Uufe CMg hiive moved here, to n fide. nna MJ. flu, J I . " At.. A t . I I A 1 men-turn or uaney.' ue mhh 'ben vipi,ti,8 in Uwwnceburg since the holidh at.d looks fine 88 tbe mult f hiti long Hay. J Mr. Wilburn and daughter Miss May, were In your city Saturday. A dox social win ue given on next Saturday night at 7:30 p. m. in Freemon's Malt. Each lady is requested to furnish a box with unch enough for two. Thene boxe? will be sold and the proceeds used to defray the expiesbage on the Free Traveling Library. A musical program will be given dur ing 1 he evening and every body in invited to attend. This Library will be a distinct addition to onr tttle town The Home Makers Club met with Mrs. Charles Stockard on Wednesday afternoon. The sub jects discussed were;- The growth and canning of vegetables and how to have success in baking. Mrs W II Tandy gave a splendid talk on, The Pure Food Law. Mrs A P Murphy was elected libra Hun 60iiiH Ijiorary which will be located at Craig & Murphy's Store Hnd will he open to the general public in about two weekf. Mrs. W J Stockard of Lawrenceburg was a guest of the club. Tie next meeting will be with Mrs Walter Craig The regu'ar monthly meeting o the W. C. T. U. was held Thursday afternoon with their leader Mrs Rose Nipher, with a good attend ance. Mrs. Douglass opened the meeting with a fervent prayer af ter which Mrs. Tom Mabry read the Secretary's report, also an in teresting letter from Mrs. Holman, the State President, in regard to work for the coming jtar Mm Bertie Newman gave a reiding and Mrs. W H. Tandy read tbe annual proclamation of the Na tional President. Plans were made to enlarge tbe membership, and the literature for I9I2 was dis cussed and approved. The meet ing was closed by all s i n g i n g 'Staud up For Prohibition," urea; oargnins in moildn near - 1 1 . n. . Jacksonville, ripe fnr subdivision. Particulars G. F. Wackkrman, Lawrenceburg Hotel A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. To warn people of a fearful forest fire in the Catskiil-n young girl rode horseback at midnight and j ,. .. . Bayed many lives, tier aeert was glorious but lives are often stved by Dr. King's New Discovery in curing lung trouble, coughs and coldp, which might have euded in consumption or pmumonia. "It cured me of a dreadful cough and lung disease' writes VV. R. Patter son, Wellington, Tex , "after four in our family had died with con sumption, and I gained 87 pounds" Nothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung troubles. Price 0cand $100. Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Crowder Bros. & Beckham. Our job work is guaranteed uur prices are as low as are cone istent with good work. When iou want anything priotod ca on us. "T"3 g$ 1 l mm M M for backache, rheumttism kidney or bladder trouble, end urinary irregularities Foley Kidney Pills wo tonic In action, quick in result.. Refase auhoi..: CcsTELLo & HcrpMA5. DISPARTMaSNT Read tho Leoma Atlvertisoment lie-low- w vst raif & Murphy ALL KINDS OF Groceries HARDWARE, FEED STUFF POWELL & DAY Livery and Feed Stable Good Riga Careful Drivers, Services at All Hours Meet All Trains Contractors and Builders LEOA A, TENNESSEE M k Sprawl W. O. MUSGROVE REAL KSTATE AGENT FARMS all sizes, $200 to $4,800. Unimproved $5.00 to $50.00 rer acre- Write for circulars. Come to see me.s Get ticket for Spring er Station 2 miles south of Leoma. Address: WO MUSGROVE, Pleasant Point, Tenn. I Carry the Only Complete Line $ of Dry Goods Town at Low Prices All kinds of Hardware and Farming Implements Oliver Chilled Plows a Specialty. l Cash paid for Country Produce, Eggs, Chickens, Furs, Hides, Beeswax. II 8 Staple and Fancy Groceries. W. T. Burch If 0 8 alT SM HATIAWA REAL ESTATE AGENT Leoma, - - - Tennessee All Kinds of Improved and Unimproved Land at BARGAIN PRICES Sec Me Before Buying Office at Leoma rr We sell the best tilizer to be had in this coun. try. Prices ranging ton and up. Analysis of all M anteed. LEOMA UNION K x' & MFG. Ml 'West Side Square Read tlio Leoxim 1 Advertisements be low. J. 1 lioiiie CARPENTER Painter, Paper Hanger and Glazier t Cash Paid for C. C. Stockard, M. D. pbpgtcian ant) Surocon Office At Residence and Shoes in J h it k grade of from $10.00 per Grades guar- WAREHOUSR .'. r .a. COMPANY jf l I Mil "z'.-J'!!!! Y Tl! wm I M UUR. I ; her 13 r ; ' ti Lawrerceb; --4... 1 n it. ! r V - . Mi- 184 15 : I' f - Ya I i i j I r J jy. tfness t"' """