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4 "CRY ALOUD AND SPARE NOT" 3 . 1 If I Jti VOLUME XXVIII. LAWRENCEBURG, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 1912. NUMBER 48 299 Bales Cotton Sold Twelve Car toads of Cotton to be Shipped by Lawrence burg Gin Company A deal was made here last week which involved the sale of 299 bales of cotton by the Lawrence. StriDlin Bros, of Florence. AU. There will be twelve car loads of cotton in all which is being shipped this week. This cotton f,,r J3L Der hundred and KI r v - H will amount to BOmethicg near 114,50010. Each bale averaging about 518 pounds. ' This deal itself speaks for the cotton industry of Lawrence Coun ty for the past season, and yet this is not the entire crop for Lawrence County, as sales have, been made by the other gin companies. But this is the largest deal we have heard of ia this section of the tit ate. Personals Every night At the "Princes" Good motion pictures Mrs D T Gould vlaited in Naoh villa last week. J no M Foray the, of Iron City was here recently. Nick Gunselman was iD Nash ville last Thursday. Miss Mattie McClanahan visited in Nashville last week. Tom Kennemur, was in Coluni bia, one day last week. Will Gilmore was in West Point the latter part of the week. Burbon cauued good are guaranteed to please Public School Burned Tuesday Fire Originated from Flu? Main Auditorium Fire btoke out in the main au- ditoriun of the Public bebool Building-, Tuesday afternoon about two o'clock and in less than two hours was completely (Jostellu & Huflman. Notice The C. P. Ladies Aid Society (will pive their annual entertain I meet the 22nd of February. Ful nn.rttaulH.ra will be announced later. Public Problem 'Whi .. ,-tStion of the liter- Try burbon White Sytup, the bent to make Cindy. Cosleilo & Huffman. afy possibility of Lawrencebarg Mrg Ljme puckett) ha8 returned iH oeiug brought belore the puonc, f ft vJgU t0 Mr9 Joe Arnold. ....... 1 . 1 I iiinwili anmhflrnUtfBt on i. wuum like to see agitata, ami mat is the continuation of the public ,.,.1. rmi . tf r tnwn for a term ol 10 months. We negin our public school here the last of August or the 0rst of September, and continue just as or however far in the country. Mrs J K Huffman, is on a visit Then comes the question of what (0 her mother at Marion, Kentucky ... sm unreins are able to llJ UU, kjv...- f Frank Hobba, was in Columbia, on business, one day last week. Plana iWoodard was here from Athens for a few days last week. The Burbon Corn is quality. For sale only by Costetlo & Huffman .1 nn W Howard was in Mount tn W eekly Paper For High School Four Page, , Weekly Paper Edited and Managed by Pupils of High School. County News A mnvpment which will be of interest to the student body as well as the people of Lawrence county, will be the pub'icatlon of The Sunday School was quite well 8am Bromley of near West Poiat and attended on last Sunday, considering reported Him very aide. ours w - . p f ,be destroyed Something near two .. fi . . hundred children were tn the - - buildine at tne ume, out us i a,ni,onla nf thi. in.ti. , u .rnnn management and I K v , .... tution. arming i F 8ome time. pagt there has one was marched out in due time , ... , one .W4iv.it . , .... been ta k of a paper for the High without injury to a single child- urcu "a 'r- " v e wuuuuv lujuu " ai.o.l V.it ttt until Intplv war ll Ti, fir discovered by little ". " - - j.jj.J n is n In c it Ihn riu Uan uarner in ivuss . nf rA(1i. fn- r...-tl.' fnrV.i8.1-Vrr' a B" "v " nrii Lie v a i uuuii w - in gs consisting of piano, desks, books and stage fixtures were saved- Insurance of $1000.00 on the contents and 4000.00 on this movement must be given to Mr Almnn Him, a student. He has had full charge? of the preiimi narv work. The conditions under V VU I - . .u:U I WD1CI1 IU1B pnuoi tunira did thebuuaing waa callCu, encouraging indeed, fit became about covered the oss. As vve c J thf go to press, a meeting is being UI , r..u I fcnooi v uiobcuk, n-v.j h.iaDvtne teacners ou .u, hWl .h to continue ll possioic iaC ...:k h,.n nrnl1Pa and , ... SUUUCfD uvv vvm v'" v matnoer ot me sesswn- ..b4 .u .m h hp. . !... rAm;ir hind this Daner are capable o Democratic exctuuve wiiiuih.v - . - .. pushing it to auccees. The Democaahc Executive . n r ' k. T diurpnpp t.fiuntv.l r r wumia. .cc u , , ,!,! iho flrnt issnp in Lawrenceburg, Tenn-, on Sat- will be published in the near fu. iirar. February 17th 1912, at 12:30 p.m. to transact whatever! business that may come before it- JOHN M. FOKSYTUUi Chairman, JOHN N. SELLE Secretary. tare. Card of Thanks. send their children and pay lull tuition tor them, and do it, gladly aud freely. Uiuem who are just o iinie.. aud sometiuues more bo re fuse to send their children, or ask -If you try tho Burbott canned goods, ygu vill be pleased. Costello &. Huffaian L O Crane, of Summertown, has returned from a trip to New Mexico W 11 Phillips went to Nash- We wish to thank our kind friends for the many acts of kind ness shown us during the illness nl-wl aaoth nf nnr lnvincr wife and i Mrs N B tiimms was ia Nash- mother. We especially thank the .i. . n t; iTi. nt tKaln t T nAina AM Sniitir fnr ttifi Vllie, aB lUe repicr;uiaiiD ...... i vj, i. uuiki wuv.v beautiful floral offering. May lOual vuayici ui m ... . Mrs JNoel liuey ani cnuureu, m you all Nashville, have returned home fpr uif.it to Mr and Mrs W W i k .... Kronk. L. V. Davidson and Family. Iron City Flatwoods TOtTCHMENOT K 8APPUIRB Dr E It Braly in towa Monday and Tuesday of laat week. Dr J B McUackln wai here on byii neat Monday In last week'. Dr Daoley returned from a visit to the Inclement weather. Nearly all the new officers were present Bro. Wbeatley failed to get to his appointment here Sunday on account of the rain, and In bis aWuce Prof. Crawford gave a splendid ta k, subject, Bear ye one anoiber s burdens aud thus fulfill the la of Christ." Mrs J 8ymons and mother, Mrs Dten, of ludiana, visited in your city recently. Mr and Mrs Jim Alford have moved to the 14th District where they will re side. We regret to give them up. The Clark boys are recovering from their recent lllnen Mr Bond is quite sick at this writing. Rev aud Mrs T Kiley Davis have re moved here from Upton, Ky. E W Graves is in West Point at this writing. Miss Addle Mae Myers is visiting relatives at Kllleu, Ala, Miss Lera LeFan who haa been here oo a vhit to her cousin Miss Naomi Le Fan has returned to her home in Ureen viile, Texas. Mrs Thos J Willis sprained her ankle very badly one day last week, y' The small ton of Mr. and Mrs. 8. 0. Willis has been real sick. . Berney Lancaster, of Columbia, was here last Saturday and Sunday . Harrison LeFan was at home Sun day of last week, and celebrated his of City Council In Session WR Sadler and family were called to Quercus last wtek on account ol toe hinhi h iriviiw a dimw ti a fn " - 4 . D a - in -...i J t. t .1.1. J..l... . 1 luness nuu uesiu ui men unuguioi u Dg irlends. that place. We extend sympatny to ht m in their hours of bereavement Walter Pollock and wife spent several days recently at the bedside of their grandfather, Mr Chamberlain, on Crow son MUh Emma Barnhart, of CrowBon, visited friends here last week. Mr Moye and wife have returned from a vinit to the latter'a parents on Route 2. Mr and Mrs Crawford have returned from Nashville. E W Crews is reported much improv ed from his recent illness Mr Graves layed the foundation for his new house laat week, Grandma Egley is real poorly at this writing. Tom Hampton, of Edan, was here on business one day recently. Muts Rose Teagarden is at Quercus, nursing some typhoid lever cases. Miss Minnie Kidd, of Orowson, re cently vitited her sister, Mrs Hardy, at l ... , i " .... v... ,;. ra,aa- Theru are others, who at.e trip. anxious to eend their children, but odrew J Lumpkins was in who are not able to pay fuli tuiti- Monk Pleasant, last week on busi ' on, but pay all aud perhaps more neBs. sometimes llun they should. Then Jq6 Sitnm8 attended the Grand there are those who are not able to meeting in Nashville, last pay anything, aud' in coany cases, . , mieb as tbis, we lose some of our , !ood students. The teachers are Hrry B Parkes came in home tilg that these come ou, but from , a business tnp on last Friday .u . . ,ntu .ftpn fel some embar- 'gbt. .uL..t in aendiuc them without Mrs W J Muse, of Nashvil.e, is ,u I iMuitino' the fumilv of Dr C T i ll ill llirilbl Y iliv i av vmjuiim 1 n w 4 k.rti-' Thfi nlan of aret- Womack. 1UL UI Biuuui, - - r o M $100 Reward, $100 Mr and Mrs D S Brewer, of Mt. Thft rt.a(iern 0f this Daner will be Happy Hollow. Pleasant, were the guests of Law-1 pleased to learn that thera ia at Mrs Dan Baxter is reported on the Iroocebarg iriends ana relatives iea8t one dreaded disease that sci- sick list. last week. ence has been able to cure in all its Some Wayne Oonnty men have been f. 7 t Qtsmirnra in fin.. stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's here prospecting. ; ' , ., r,.... Orttarrh Cure is the onlv Dositive Mr and Mrs M A Murrell and Frank den Tenn , Satnruay unu ouuuny . -. , . -. ,. a j ucu, "uuKa .1 m lrr.nn tKa tnorHoal Rnihinn nf vour mtv uneiit Sunday visiting his son Robt L Stockard " - - ; " . ' ' ; anu iamiiy, I i J;...,,,, ronnima rnn.l Mn Richard Mansev has been sufTer- ... MUUUUUCll UUK.OOV, v u.. . u- "- J B Crews, of Route 1, W O I BUtational treatment. Hall's Ca- Ing with a bad felon on her finger. Wiggs, W1 roint and m. mo Donald, of Abuer have our thanSs fA isHcirintinn it" ouuoni'i" . , loQUCOUS BUrittUt) Ul mo pyovoui, ' . 1 6"" - v" " o "6" " - . . I ... . . . r j I iimh. 8he made manv Irlends durlns I enA .lAnn-in aoomert in oninw it Mrs I H Cline returned Satur- thereby destroying me lounuauon . ,L . . . . " - d to Pittsbur. Pa. after a visit Ll the disease, and giving the pa- 'T 1 JT of several weeks to her parents tient strength by building up the Easter Sale The LadieB Aid Society of the I l;nm berland Presbyterian Church will hold their Easter Sale on Fri day Ufore Easter at the residence of Mrs Y T Gairett. ting outsiders who have no child ren in Bchool to help support t the Bf.hoob has been used, but many feel a hesiuncy iu taking advan tage of that. This i a question that tho town haB sadly neglected, and one that id a reflection on its citizens. A towntbe s.zeo, ---c-, Mrs Brown George was visiting Bbouldhaveacuy, .q Mount pleagftnt be satisfied witu a nve-montna ,nniv school, at the close of lasl weeK' t:h hnM aud jrirls stop until N B Simms went to Nashville V, UIVJ" - 1 . the following September, are turn- Tuesday to attend the meeting of fed loose to a certaiu extent, and the Grand Lodge ihen come back iu no condition to take up the work where they lett off. . We would like to hear this .uiinri iliBCUsted. and some means suggested whereby con ditions can be changed. When one man tarnishes the ' Mrs E L Forsylhe attended the Grand Chapter oi the O E 8 at Na& ville laat seek. T A Adklston was hi Saahville last week representing the Masonic Lodge from this place. Messrs J M Forsythe and T M Leech were ia Nashville last week. Miss Mattie Davis, of Loretto, was here one night recently. M tones Mamie Sue Adkisaon and Mamie Forsythe visited Miss Mattie Davis at Loretto. Grady Caperlon, of Wayland Springs, was here Sunday week. Miss Mamie McClanahan and small sisters were here recently. i Miss Alice Home was here to see the play. Miss Ullie Kimbrell, of West Point, was here recently. . Little Miss Dott Welch ' visited Mm Ethel OJiv Friday and Saturday. Allen Litrell, of Loretto was here several days loading hoops , Miss 011a Springer waa the guest of Miss Carrie Cannon recently. Quito a little crowd o.' the Rebecca Lodge, went to Loretto recently from this place to organize a lodge there Miss Addie McMackin was iu town lately. Belton Hardwick and Harvey Willis of Wayland Springs were here to at- An Act Prohibiting Fishing Ia Hydro-Electric Pond Passed First Reading. !- The City Council met In regular session Thursday night, with the following members present: May or J W Garrett, Y T Garrett, J T Daon, J F Comer, W J Stockard and O I Schade. An act of importance introduced was one to prohibit fishing in the Hydro-Electric Tond. this act nasa- 4 ed first reading before the council, Some other business taken up by the council was us follows: An increase of 123 per montu was made in the salary of Mr Yar- brough so that he may hire a man to stay at the pumping station and ook after the machinery. Jno, W Springer's report from AnsiuVt 1st to December 1, 1911 was heard and accepted, Qaitberviiie tarrh Cure is taken internally, act- ' Our people are sorry to learn of the tend the play. ina directly upon the blood and accident happening to Mrs Burcnara, on The piaT, Diamonds and Hearts," muc6us surface of the system, Wisconsin, she fell and almost broke a gtven j,ere a few nights ago was extra Rev and Mrs H B Blae. Cabbage Plants For your Cabbage plants Bee A. M. Bashob, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. J I) Vaughan and Joo Allen have returned from a business trip to Muifreesboro. Mr ahd Mrs. Bob Guthrie, of Ethridge, have moved to our town where they will reside. T B Lariroore will preach at the i building free of rent, insurance, Christian Cnurch next bunday at ipoairs etc . to a town the size of a. m. and 7;30 p. m. th.a one, the time should not come when any child should bede barred the privileges of a free edu cation. Why not extend the corporation, . ' ,i ,t, vui.s nf families. and taK.e iu w.o . - - . Mrs Alma Arnold, of Rover, Tennessee, returned home fues- day, after.a visit to her brother, Joe Arnold of this place. C D Brewer, the efficient Coun ty Surveyor, was one of the Law rence delegates at the Grand Lodge in Nashville last week. constitution and assisting nature Undoing its work. The proprie tors have so much faith in its cura- tivA nowers that the v offer One I V f v Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for . list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney it Co , Graves, last summer., well but James Hamilton and Miss Quite a number of our voters seem to J Eula Mae Dixon deserve special men- be ia favor of the road bonds, yet they tion. are disappointed that the road from . - W 1 til E W Urews to LwrenceDurg win not receive benefits from them, as a very I t QT 011 1 lPP h'ntsT W E Chambers and familv srwnt a recent Sunday with relatives in town. Oscar Davidson's baby ia sick. Jaok Roberts had the bad luck to cut his foot seriously with an axe one day last week, Ota toe was completely - severed, and anotker cut half oil Lie is getting along very well, but will not walk for a long time. W T Qaither visited J B Gsither last Sunday. Mrs Jack Hayes, Sr., ia ill. Mark Slagle and family vinrwd at the Cromwell home Sunday. Born to Mr aad Mrs Blaht Robinson, little girl. W F. P.hamhfiru unreined htm anVln badly last 'iek' and can scarcely walk. Mrs Milas Chambers is improving after having been quite alck. . Quite a number attended the faneral of Mrs B Jaco, which was held in the Bumpass grave yard Saturday a week, ago. It was conducted by Rev, Isora -of Lawrenceburg, who, in a few well--. " selected words directed the thoughts of the mourning friends to things higher than this world and greater even than death. The last rites were made more solemn by the reburial of the .body of the little one of Mr and Mrs Jaco, which wasHremoved here from the Kidd grave yard, in Flatwoods, where it waa placed three years Bgo. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family Mr and Mrs WiP Mabry entertained a large and merry party ia honor of the birthday of their son, Ellis. It was a complete surprise. Refreshments were served, and at a late hour the guests departed taking with them the memory of a most delightful occasion. large majority of, the citizens of the lOih District travel this, road, and the mail Route 1. from Lawrenceburg haa, at. lemt four miles on this road, and Toledo. 0 some of the beet tax payers ia the Snl1 bv all Dfuccrists. 75o. County live on the road, and their Take Hall's Family Pills for children, with about 20 others, have to constipation. gothia road to school, and it has been for the past montn ana a nan uuo ueep T P Snrinrpr and Arthnr Small- in mud. in many places. So what think wood, were in Nashville last week ye of this, Mi. .Committeemen, i. it t attend the lavinff of the Corner "ortny i your coouaer.uw. is with things she ordered from the catalogue house tym&iL Dr J B MoMacklu, of Wayland Smincs. whs in Nashville, on Wednesday of last week. A J Felker went to Nashville, last week-end, where he took a Pinkney. BEATRICE Oharde Hinds, wife and daughter, WanaU, of West Point, spent one nightl i . i rtcently with the formers sister, Mrs. .'55 .1 j(l law m . . . 'l bo now live just outside the city cjv,j 6ervice examination limits, but who auuuiav i ,cha..l, and then assess a schoo tax and ooiUinne Ihe free school Urongr't'"D,hH lim- Lehkke Stone of the Masonio Widows' Mesdames Joe Styles of West Lnd Orphans' Home at Nashville. Pntnt. jinrl Ed Forsvthe of Iron nl. vv H TTuniin. of Luna, has City were attending the conven- returned from Lawrenceburg where . . i vri. I ... lion of the Jfiastern aiar at iaau- u. went to enter DU, loster son, Mr ville last week. W E Willis, in school. Mr. Har- t. t m v,iorf nf Wftvrlc.ldin sneaks very hiehV of the IVOY ll utt f ""'V-VM . ' - . - - I ' Tennessee preached for the Pies- school there. Lewisburg Tribune. Sallie Hugherof this place, , byterian congregation at the Bap- Having a fally developed case Mesdames Ernest and Ferd Welch tist church on last Sunday morn- f F.orida fever I offer my new and little ooes spent one day last week ing and evening home on S. Military St. for sale at Wlin re,s"veB " " Mr, Liiborn Davidson, and child- a bargain J or J cash, balanc on Mrs. Jim Tucker is spending a few ren are visiting Mrs Davidson's terms to suit purchaw. Any on - i . ...iiini in father Thos. Perry, at New Do- desiring an up-to now Home win catur, Alabama, who has been ill dd well to see me, u w uARNEa. for several weeks t nrews can boast of a success- Via P ' An' tipdemic cf Coughing la sweeping over the town Old and young aUke are afketed, nnu tbe straiu is particularly hard on little children and on elderly peo- r- i .,'o TTnriPV , FDd Tat at J K Huffman, is away on a two. weeks trip to Robertson County, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Y T Garrett, went to Mount l'Uant Friday, where he will probably engage iu businf ?s llev C M Zwingle hi8 returned home from Bethany, Illinois, where be has been holding a meeting. i Misses Beatrice Springer, Cor- . -w .,t rA. nelia and Miranda Freeman have Compou i .!v.,i.5a renrned to their home near Leoma Lable core tor q Hon Jno H Ti ice, a prominent Democratic lender in West Ten nessee, was here Fiiday. Mr Trice is being urged hy his friends to enter the race for Comptroller. Sunday February 4th being the 102 Anniversary of the C 1 Church, a very interesting pro gram was given by the Woman s Auxiliary and the Children's Band. The meeting was conducted by Mrs C M Zwingle, who made plaia the work and iaiportance of the iVAm.ru P.oard .f Mission. Mrs j n i"d tic --v County. On Thursday he shipped Donftd 105 head of hogs weighing from 150 to 300 pounds each. He says he will have another car load in May. and raised 1200 barrells of corn witb three tennants to help. r f IT Pr. 1,1 irir a l.nnlinor rvVi V. . - t:.. ir day last week eo route to Alabama. SlCian OI maiiuu, iuumua, iui " I - . , , , , ., hisnomeiaai wees, sun a Bx.3 i . ,.. Mrt... mUh M. d. . i . v- n- n.,i,i-;ni ' OI several ujs uc ut. usmmu has property here and -is a great believer in the future of Lawrence Wanted Women to try Burbon County. He has joined the Demo-I Canned Tomatoes crat's family. (! I Costello & IlcrfMAS. .When the buttons fly ff the gatment rips, the aloves or anything else goes wrong, can vou Mrs Bosie Brow and little ones visit- cert4 ihem hflrk tn the CatalOGf hoUSe and npt ed at west Poiat one day last week. , your q ood money back? tiot on your svees life. ful year at farming in Lawrence i ith Mri Perr brotheri Neai Mo- Have you ever got anything irorn us that vent Donald wrong on vnicn we aianoi matte goocu oi on J Bbmith, of Pleasant Point, spent yQUr gygC fe a night and day at the home of F A , , , . weicb recently. Ahen we sell you, vou see what you buy be- johnDciaytcn pad through our ore you buy It; you know It suits youjyou have MX,ZZ Jno freight to pay; you get It the day yon vant It. Pjrtn't huv frnm us tn kp.pn nur mnnpv at home," but because you can buy better stnff for less money than by sending away. COMER DRY Q0ODS CO. Lawrecceburf, Tec. West Side Square I ! I! U.i.ai..- . jr;,,Yi..