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I . 1 1 AWRENCE EMOC 1 a 7 V "CRY ALOUD AND SPARE NOT" VtME XXVIII. LAWRENCEBURG, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 1912. NUMBER 51 RAT. Bonds Issued For Good Roads Tennessee Taking Her Place Near Front in Improved Highway Movement 1 il 11 Assistant Secretary Charles C, Gilbert of the Board of trade, who has been interested in the good roads movement throughout Tea nepsne, Iihh compiled some flgareH showing the counties voting road boods lroin 1891 to 1900. Ten nessee b i done a great work in imrjrovintr hfr rnnria and dnrinr J i i the last tweDty years has expend ' 'i , ed more tbau Boveu million dollars The amount expended in 1911 was more than $2,000,000, which Fhowt) that the movement has grown wonderfully in recent years Following in a table of the conn- ties voting bonds and appropriate tag money for good roads from 1891 to 1900. Anderson, Benton, Bradley, Carter, Cumberland, Campbell, Cocke, Davidson (nine years), Grainger, Gron, lUmblen, Hamil ton, IlawHiiiH, Jefferson, Knox, Loudon, .vlttiuson, Marion, Monroe Moiiigomery, Morgan, Putnam, 1 Roane, Robertson, Sevier, Shelby, Sullivan, Sumner, Union, Van I Buren, Washington, Warren, S Jt-yhite. Total appropriation $7,- vu,o,u4. ixasnvuie Banner Personals J. R. Boyett. We call attention to the formal announcement, in this issue, of J R Boyett, for re-election as Sheriff of this County. Mr Boyett needs no introduction to our peo ple, having held the office for two years, he has mado a fearless, im partial officer and won the high esteem of all who know him. In the near future he will see the j j voters in person and solicit your rsnnnnrt. Lawrence Countv could -' - r i - not find a man any more suited or qualified for the office he seeks than Mr. Boyett. Close attention to the sometimes delicate and' dangerous duties of the office, combined with an un failing courtesy and gentlemanly bearing, have made his adminis tration one of which his friends , may point withpride. ' Sheriff Boyett has discharged hia duty without fear or favor, partiality or predjudice. This splendid record is the basis upon which rests his claims and appeal' for a second term. Every night At the "Princess" Good motion pictures Will Inman was in Nashville this week. W. 8. Short has returned from Saint Louis. John English returned Friday from a trip South. Edgar Rose was here from Mt. rieaaant Saturday. Rev. V B Costello has returned from llalesville, Alabama. Burbon canned good are guaranteed to pleane. Costello & Huffman. Mrs Mamie Finney is confined to her bed from rheumatism. Try Burbon While Syrup, the best to make candv. Costello & Huffman. Miss Mary Lincoln left Wednes day to visit friends in Lebanon. The Burbon Corn is quality. For sale only by Costello & Huffman. Spend your evenings at the 4 Princess,' They'll be enjoyable. If you try the Burbon earned goods, you will be pleased. Costello & Hoffman J 1 Springer is in Nashville at tending the Parcels-post conven tion. J B Rippy went to Nathville Tuesday to visit his son, Will, and family. Jno J. Orth. went to Mt pleas ant on a business trip Monday morning. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith who has been very sick is much improved. Mr Beoaerman of Mt Pleasant visited his. , daughter,. . Mrs Jno Howard last week. C. T. Ensminger of Saint Louis, is looking after business interests in the town and county. LfflKS By G f i ven I- ree The Democrat Contest $25.00 ST! OPENS MARCH, 6th. - - - CLOSES MARCH, 20th. Rules governing contest will be giVen next week. Route Four. A Great Discovery )OOOOCCOOOC060COSCOOOeCOOG , Land Transfers. MoeoeooeococeooGeooooQooot J L Kellev and family visited J D Clayton and family last week. A surprise dinner given at Mrt Mary FIsher'a last Wednesday, abe being seventy-three yeara of age. J M Clayton and family visited Otto Delff Sunday. Mist Minnie Clayton haa returned bom after a two week atay with Benjy Clayton and wife at Long Branch. Mrs Lizzy gpurgeoo and daughter spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Martha Smith. Andrew Kelly and wife spent Satur day night with her mother on Factory. Quite a number of young folka spent Sunday evening with Mis Myrt'e Delff. Mrs Bell Clayton is on the aick list. Monroe Luna, wife and father visited at Eugene Murdock'a Sunday. Mrs A F Kelley visited her son T A Kelley Sunday. Bud Crewa and wife spent a few days last week with home folks. Mrs Hattie purgeon and lifter Clara spent Wednesday etenief -with - Mrs Maymie Bryant. C W Clayton preaches at Mt Leban on every second Sunday night. Certain Ingredients Thit Really Promote Hair Growth when Properly Combiqed Resorcin is one of the most ef fective germ destroyers ever dis covered by science, and in connect ion with Beta Napthol, which is both germicidal and antiseptic, a nnmhtnntlnn la fnrmpH ifrhifh Ha- trell land 8r4 dist 1675 a r mr a tha frorm a whirn rnh t ha ov.o .v R j 0W firyce ,nd wife tQ Meh,en j bair ot its natural nourisnment, Baldwin 246 acres 10th dlst 13000. and also creates a clean, healthy Wlnfield Chadwick. to Jno W Spring er 1G0 acre. 7ih dist $800. I Will Cox and wife to Tom Brown snd wife 17 acres 4th dint $150. 1 B George and wife to Jno F Morrison CJ acres 12 dial $150 W J Flowers and wjfe to T J Rea 200 acres lO.h dUt 11000. , Wm Cox and wife to Mrs Nola Cot- Nix E W Crews and wife to Chas W condition or the scalp, which pre- 86 acres lOih diet 12700- vents the development of new' A 1) Lumpklus and wife to O W pprms I Kilburn and wife 150 acres 6th dis 1500 Pilocarpio, although not a color-1 G A W t R, 8 u Mer "8 ing matter or nye, in a wen Known Daily Society Birthday Dinner: Mrs. W. J. Stockard was bos'ess of a delightfol dining on Friday last 10 ceieoraus me uum anniver sary of Dr. Stockard.. The families of Mr and Mrs W M Burton, C T Crawford, Medames G M and O W Zwingle were her guests. Dr. E. E Underbill Wanted .Women to try Burbon Canned lomatoes Costello & Hoffman. The "George Washington" en tertaiument was postponed from last Thursday evening indefinitely vV W Kronk and family left Friday morning for Nashville where they will make their future home Rev. H J. Reagan,' the former beloved pastor of the C P, Church here now of Nashville, was here Friday. Jas. B. Stone, of Hagleyaville, Alabama, was here last week. Mr Stone with his family will soon move to Lawrenceburg to live. The little girl of Dr. and Mrs. j W. H. Neal continues seriously ill, anxious friends and sympathizers hope for her a speedy recovery. FOR SALE Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Im plements, One-horse Wagon Mrs W N McMixlion NOTICE Leave your orders for the Nashville Banner with me at Burton's Drug store. P r o m p Delivery. Will Harvey Come to ua for up-to-date job work. Lester gpringer went to Nash ville Tuesday. R. N. Bivens, of Pieagant Point was in town Tuesday and left a renewal with us. R. T. Shields, ot Henryville, was here on business Tuesday and favored us with an order. Geo. Bell and Joe P. Kidd Jr are in Nashville, attending the Anti-Parcels Post Convention. W M Dettmer and wife to D A' Daily 175 a 10th diet $2500. S H Masse y and wife to D M 160 acres 10th dist $1500. Jno W Springer to Winfield Chad- wick 160 acres 4th dist $800. Mrs Minnie Rose et al to J H Strib ling lot 6th disa $500. Chas Schade to Christine 8ih dist $1000. J J and L D Martin to Geo and wife 6(Tacres 6th dist $200. Schade lot W Lee Mesdatnes A VV Bethel and Joe Arnold have returned from Louis ville where they purchased a full up lo-date In announcing the candidacy of Dr E. E Underhill, of Sum mertown, as a candidate for tax assessor of Lawrence County, it is onlv nece&sarv to say, by way of introduction to our people that j a,ul complete line of he is a man of pleasing address, t millinery. j i nntirine- enerery, ana exce.eru M:au Virginia P Vf,Q o,u. A. j I v iiiiki. a t uuuiC) umic ! ri. qualifications lor tne omce ne pn.8j,ient ach00l Improvemen fasks at your nanus, wc unuct j Association, was here Saturday Njtand that he wm makea ciose for tne purpose of organizing "Girls loinato Club ingredient for restoring the hair to its natural color, when the loss of bair has been caused by a disease of the scalp. These ingredients in proper com bination, with alcohol added as a stimulant and for its well-defined nourishing properties, perfect per haps the most effective - remedy' that is known for scalp and hair troubles. .Cres 2ad dist $100. We have a remedy which is; W A Barnett aad wife to E W Jack chieflv comDOsed of these ineredi- " '31 es 2ad dist $517. ents, in combination with other extremely invaluable medicinal agents. We guarantee it to posi tively cure dandruff and to grow hair, even though the soalp in spots is bare of bair. If there is any vitality left in the roots, it; will positively cure baldness, or dist $10C0, we will refund your money. If the VH Lockwood and wife to Frank scalp has a glazed, Bhiny appear- Earrl al 9(5 cre l4th dist $500 auce, it's an indication tnnt bald-' nesH is permanent, but in other instances we believe baldness is curable. High School Notes. Athenian Literary Society. The Athenian Llteary 8ooiety rendered a very interesting pro gram Friday nl?ht February 23. Altho an admission fee was charg ed at the door as " announced in another column of this paper.the house was filled to the limit with an appreciative audience. The "Sweet Family" made quite an impression on the audience especialy Betsy Belindia Sweet, the delicate one. The play was t laugh from start to finish, and those failing to see it missed a treat. The program for March 8 will be given in next isue. Watch for it- "ooo Stribling Literary Society The Btribling Literary Society will offer the following program on Friday night March 1st 1012 at the opera house. Recitation Wrenna Garner. Piano 3ulo Verlie Reed Declamation Ernest Coffman Vocal Duet Willie Smallwood and Louis Lamb. Piano Solo Mabel Finlev. Reading Clara Sims Debate Resolved that manual training should be taught in connection with the High School course. Affirmative Negative Earl Lumpkius Brown Simms Ernet Bass Walter Davis Prophesy Kathleen Lucy Recitation Willie Hale Song: Jewell Hurst Edna North Docia Span Sallie Flippo. School news Elizebeth Huret We ere indeed gratified to see the interest the patrons and towns Notice To Teachers The Lawrence County Teach er's Association will meet on Sat urday March, 9th in the Court -House for discussion in the books of the Teachers' Reading Circle Course. The High School Teachers will meet at 8:30 A. M. for discussion in the books of the High School Course and th Primary and Sec ondary teachers will meet at 10 A. M. for discussion of Chamber ains' Standards in Education. The first five chapters in Cham berlain's has been assigned for this meeting- All teachers are not only re quested but urged to attend these meetings. Respectfully, Jesse McArtor, Sup t- J W Brown and wife to B F Curtis 1J. People are showing towards our literary work. We appreciate their presence and hope to see a full bouse at our next meeting. A L Bhromberg to W A Barnett 201 acres 2nd dist $804. W T Risner and wife to J F 8pence and wile t)U acres Uth dist $512 ., ' J B Farmer and wife to Wm Lath ripp 16? acres 11th dist $850. 0 0 0 J V canvass of the county, and under take to see the voters face to face so that they may themselves see what manner of man he is who seeks their support and confidence l D- t idprhill came iuto our coun . Vi nnrth spvpral Tears l lf ' ' ago, to begone of us and the contin ' ual practice of his profession (he' is a dentist) has taken him into all parts of the county, and given him a fair idea of property con ditions and values, information that will be of great value to him who may hold the important of fic of Tax Assessor. We submit bis cla'nis to the good judgement 0f our readers Jno. M Forsythe, a leader in so cial business and political activities in Lawrence County, came up from his home in Iron City, and epent Saturday with ns. Hon. Jeff D. Burch, Lawrence County's big lawyer, has been taking depositions here for some time, preparatory to the meeting of Chancery Court in May. WANTED-Yon patronage for McEwens Steam Laundry. Leave orders at J. P. Springers Store or will call at homes Mondays and Tuesbays Will IIabvky Rev W O Largen, of Iron City, was in the city Saturday and paid ns a visit. Brother Largen left on the afternoon train for Atlanta, Ga., to visit his brother. J. Allen Littrell, of Loretto, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Littrell is one of the foremost Lumber men of the connty and a good friend and patron of the Democrat. C B Linkinhoker was in Satur day to renew his subscription Mr. Linkinhoker says if he doesn't get the Democrat every week in the future, there'll be trouble sure. Mrs. Fatton, of Carrellsville O who is spending the winter here is very low at the residence of Mrs Jas. Spence- Her relatives were summoned to her bedside arriving here today Jas. F. Comer left Monday for Nashville, where he will attend the Anti-Parcels Post Convention, after which he will go (o Saint Louis and Cincinnati to buy bis Spring stock of goods W. A. Bryan, of Idaville, Ind sends a renewal this week. He tel's us the weather there has been the coldest ever known, the tern perature registering below zero from January up until the present time. Notice. Having suggested the insolvency of the estate of W L Conway, de We want every one troubled , ce8ed M P"90D8 holding claims with scalp disease or loss of hair nB'"" - to trv Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. If,"""" "u t does not core dandrnfl and grow Personals Octa Dryden returned to school HS Dickey and wife to Mrs L D Thursday after having been absent about a week. - School will be dimis&ed thirty minutes earlier than has been the custom, for the remainder of the term. Martin 29 acre 11th dist $350 M M Frazier to B George lota 8th hair to the satisfaction of the user, we will without question or quib ble return every cent paid us for it. We print this guarantee on every bottle. Il has effected a cure in 03 per cent of cases where put to a practical test. Rexall ''93" Hair Tonic is en tirely unlike, and we think, in every particular, better than any thing else, we know of for which it is prescribed. We urge you to try this preparation at our entire ritK. uertainiy we Know or no better guarantee to give you. Re member, yon can obtain Kexall Remedies in Lawrenceburg only at our store tne nexan atore. Burton's lit ug Store. Eli Tarker, of Iron City, was here Saturday. Mr, Parker is the inventor of the famous Parker furnaces, which are recognized throughout the country, for . their merit. He was also once editor of the Democrat which entitles him to a big share of life's largesse. Edgar McGee visited his home recently. Mann Howard visited the school Friday. ' Enjoy your evenings at the Princess. John Mercy entered school last week. Mr Brewer of this city and Mr Kennedy of Marion Indiana visit ed the school Thursday moruing. Mrs Hale Lyles visited the school one day last week. Fred Gilbreath was elected pres ident of the Athenian society. Miss Emma Clare Moore has re turned to her home in Columbia. Albert Woodard spent severa ays at home this weak Flora Garret has been absent from school for several days on account of Mckness. Miss Gladys Springer visited in Columbia the first of the month. Miss Verlie Reed has been quite sick for several days. Zelia Washburn visited her borne a few days ago. Roscoe Stricklin has discon tinued his work in the high school He is contemplating leavtng Law renceburg. A new plan has been adopted by the pupils of the school to help pay the rent for the opera house and to do away with the crowded conditions that would otherwise exist. A great loss is keenly felt among the members of the high school, by Thomas Crawford's resignation of the presidency of the Athenian literary society, and of the position as editor of the High School Her aid. estate,- are hereby file same, properly authenticated with the clerk of the County Court at his office, in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., on or be fore April 25th 1912, or the Bamel will forever be barred, This Feb ruary 17th 1912 I W F Litteell. Admr. NorbResideot Notice Booklovers' Contest Inaugurate ed by The Tennessean and American. Anton Gang, ) In Chancery Court vs , ftt Lawrenceburg, May Malaby, et al ) Tetinesseee In this cause it appearing to the satie- faction of the undersigned from tho or iginal bill which is sworn to that George Gang, a resident of the State of Wash ington, above named defendant is a noi - resident of the state of Tennessee, so that ordinary process ot law cannot be served on him. It is therefore ordered that public tion te made for t'jur consecutive week in the Lawrence Democrat, a newspaper published In Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, The great Booklovers' Contest which was just opened by The Nashville Tennessean and Ameri can has proven immensely popu-lar. $5,200 are offered in prizes. The first prize is $1,000 io cash; second, $500; third, fourth, fifth and sixth. pianos, and on down a list of 300 valuable articles. Any one can enter The Tennes sean and American contest any time. It is never too late. A knowledge of books is not necessary. In reality the contest ants are simply paid for having) fun. Read The Nashville Ten. nessean aud American for purticu lars or write TENNESSEAN and AMERICAN. The Booklovers' Contest Editor, Nashville, Tenn. Our undervearables for women--hosiery, quiring the sair non-resident to be, underwear, corsets, petticoats, lingerie, every-::drhZ"rut.hlng--are selected with an eve for both county, Tennessee, to be held in the daintiness and duraDiiiiY, X Will 100K Dcauuiui Court House in Lawrenceburg, on the Qnd Wear Well IstMonda, in April 1912, and then r , mntorlnlc nrA rlntriPC frnm trc Anrl and there plead, answer, or demur to iU .L tiL II L L II tbe bill filed herein, or the same will be YOU Will De me BCI1C Ul llIC UU1I. taken for confessed a to him, and set 7g trill SeH VOU 5 0 Cent articles (eXCeDt to close out odd lots) for 39 cents. If we sell you something for 39 cents, It Is because we are wllllnq to take oy cents tor It--and becase It "pays" us to do so. Women are getting tired of being fooled. They prefer the truthful store. for hearing exparte. This February 21st 1912. Thoi H. Meredith, C. A M J. D. Burch, 8olr. for Com'plt. Hay For Sale. I have about- SO tons of first j class Baled Bean Hay, cut just right for hay. to sell for a price that will save you money at my barn $ mile North of Lawrence. burg. Wm J. Gilbreath. COMER DRY GOODS CO. West Side Square Lawrenceburg, Tt)tl !