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With Circulation of Times Added Covers J Lawrence County Completely "CRY ALOUD AND SPARE NOT" VOLUME XXVIII. LAWRENCEBURG, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1912. NUMBER 34 Personals St. Elmo Opera House To-night, Wednesday. W C Birdrtong visited homefolks Hunday. Little Min Norm Jones wan at Dunn Weilne.-day. Mrs A A Flippo, of Long ISraucb, waa here Thuitulay, Mrs John Foater, of Bummer town, wan here Monday, ehopping. Miaa Medn Brown, of Route 5, Hpent Sunday with relatives io the city. , Mr and Mrs Dave Williams have alien ihe QiinrxiB hoone on Gainea Street. Mrs M LUowerand little daugh ter, Mary, were in Waynenboro lant week, Mr and Mrs 8am D Neeley have returned froru a visit to Clifton, Tennessee. New hat bands 25c ' each: Mc Ewen, Steam Laundry. Will Harvey, Au-nt. Mr Kelt Sandanky, of Giles touuly, is the guest of Mr and Mrs S 8 Tripp. Mrs H V Brewer' was hostess recently of a delightful dining, en tertaining ten guests. Soft hats cleaned and blocked: McEwen.s Steam Laundry, Will Harvey, Agent. 50c , Mr and Mra Martin Cannon, of Lyinville spent Sunday with rela tives in Lawrenceburg. Mra W J McClanahan Jr. and little son are visiting her mother, Mrs Yoong, of Waynesboro. Little Celeste Cannon who has been critically ill for more than a month, is slowly improving. Mra J II Caruthers and little .tauotitor Helen, have returned w h ' ' from a short stay in Sheffield. T Messrs Brewer and Luuopkins urn iii Wavne Coanty lor two weekB looking after real estate Panama Hats cleaned and blocked li 00: McEwen,s Steam Laundry, Will Harvey' Agent. Mrs. J no Stayton and children, atid James L. Stayton left Sunday for their home in Greenville, Miss. Rev. V B Costello and Lilburn Davidson have returned from Carapbellaville where they attend-! ed Presbytery. Mesdames O L Chambers and Tom Smith have returned from a few days visit to Mr and Mrs W J Powers on Croweon. Rev. C. M. Zwingle filled the pulpit at the 0 P Church on last Sunday, taking for his subject "The Unknown God " Will McClanahan went to Dunn Thursday on business He was accompanied by Mrs W P Mc Olanahan. who vMted Mis C N Jones. E. P. Hickman, 1 1 , I 7;, . Sj Gold Fillings 11.00 and up Bridge work per tooth $4 00 hJ Cement Fillings 60 cents (II I RP Al . Sain Joseph, Tenn., each 4tb Monday, W,Le7tFoint, Tenn, Tuesday aftej each 4th Monday. Loretto, Tenn., Wednesday after each 4th Monday. Office LAWRENCEBURG, TENNESSEE Twelve Negroes Arrested Officers Beckham and Small wood Made Raid Last Sat urday' Night on Crap-shooters. On last Saturday night Police man Beckham and Deputy Sheriff Hmallwood had occasion to visit the Southeast part of Lawrence burg, and while there they flashed a bnnch of fifteen crapehooters, all colored. The officers arrested twelve of them, three getting away. Those arrested were Jno Wigfall, Collins Wigfall, Staflord Wigfall, Barney Wigfall, Bob Wig fall, Tom Ray, Jim Crowder, Will Woodson, "Buddy" Oopeland, Henry Linom, Bert and Jno Hanes. All these were able to make bond but Mbree, Ray, Copeland and Woodson who were taken to jail. The fine for each one will amount to i.S 50 and as a result the City is something near $75 richer. It is understood that there was about 10 in "the game." The Jess Pugh Company The audience which greeted the Jess Pugh Company here Satur day night was somewhat small but very appreciative, and went away highly pleased with the entertain ment. NOTICE Leave your orders for the Nashville Banner with me at Burton's Drug store. Prompt Delivery. , Will Harvey FOR PALE Six Octave Organ, One Upr'ght Pi inn, One Pianola. J. L Noss, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. WANTED-You pUronaga tor McEwens Steam Laundry. Leave orders at J. P. Springers Store or will call at homee MondayB and Tuesdays, Will Habvgy. Little Reatha Odeneal fell from the top of an outbuilding at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Odeneal and was right badly bruised, Rev. C. M. Zwingle, W. G Zwingle, Geo. W. Sebren and I. T. Foust are here lor a weeks vaca tion after a six weeks tour througl the West Mrs Vena Hudson, son and daughter, and Mr Frank Dewey who have resided here for some monthb have moved back to thei old home Lagrange, Illinois. Rev I N Yokely wiU hold servic eb at the Presbyterian chut eh on next Sunday at 11 a. m. Th church is nearing completion tand is one of the prettiest to be found any where. Brother R. n. Boll has been giv- ingaeeries of lectures at Christ- Ian Church. Bro Boll is greeted at each service with splendid crowds, who appreciate fully the power of such a well informed and eloquent speaker. The hatching season here now is the time to make use of that setting hen. (jet eggs ot our thoroughbred S C. White Orping tons, and you will soon'oe the proud possessor of a fine flock. A. 8. Crawford, Lawrenceburg, Tenn DENTIST. Gold Crocus 6.00 and up a i i?:it;M. rwi nta Upper or Lower Set Teeth $6.00 mmmmmm m. 4 County News Pleasant Vallay Tim After recent heavy rains the unbroken aodri are becoming very hard to plow which makes work bard ou both horse and man and the farmer ihoald be very thoughtful of their hornet keeping collart clean and ahouldert washed in cold water. Re f Lyon of Lawrenceburg delivered a fine termoc to a large audience at New JJooe Sunday. MhwetRosa, Velma and Llllie Mi spent Saturday night with relatives at Mount Horeb. Willie Nix, Clifford Cotham and "Dock" fplvy attended the singing at Howard's Chapel Saturday night. Raymond and Malon Pryor worship ed at New Hope Hunday. Messrs John Buchanan, J U Clifton aud J B Ussery went to Pulaski Tues day. There is quite an epidemic of distem per among the horses here at present. Ethrldge Route 1 has been extended as far down the creek as the M L Clif ton farm, making a four mile circle then getting back on original route at J 0 Moore's. This is quite an accomoda tion to our people and of course we are very proud of the service. We bope now the Parcels Post will . t soon come as a convenience ior me farmer because the farmers pay the taies and are entit'ed to some reward for their faithfulness. Fall River HAPPY BOY 8 V Tidwjll, our prominent Lnmber man. returned from a business trip at Lawrenceburg Thursday. Lewis White has gone to Lawrence burg where he intends to go Into busi ness. Mr and Mrs Jim Glover spent Hatur day night and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs J L Mize Mesdames IV ia and Tennie White were the guests of Mra A J Foust Wed nesday Misses Pearl Taylor and Nol Free man, of Sugar Crfek, were shopping in Fall River Thursday. Miss Delia White and sons, Olarenee and Gilbert visited relatives at chores, Tuesday. Mrs Baxter of Lawrenceburg is spend ing the week with her son, J H Baxter, at this place, Edd Chapman, of bhannon, was the gueit of friends here recently, Dr J K Durrett, wife and little daughter spent Sunday afternoon with W E eeott and family Wesley Gibson and wile of near Agnew were the guests of their son J L Gibson last Sunday. Rev Emory Jarrett of near Pulaski was a recent visitor at the home of his sister, "Mrs J M Thompson. Clarence Scott and wife of West Point spent last week with W E Scott and lamily. Mrs Houston Powell and Miss Myrtle Williams, of Scott's Hill, spent Tues day with Mrs Ella Estes. Wesley Powers, of near Bethel, was the guest of relatives here Saturday and Sunday James Williams Spent Saturday night with bis frieud Kirb Cantrell. Misses Minnie and Uora White were at Scott's Hill last Sunday Mr and Mrs Billie Williams made business trip to Lawrenceburg last Sat urday Tom Brown and Mr Schuster of Law renceburg were here oue day last week Posey Barnes and Miss Josie Green were united in marriage last Tuesday Mrs Dan Franks vmlted Mrs M White recently. Route Four. Sweet Williams Fiank Vandiver happened to a very While bad accident one day recently. snaking logs in his field the log caught X 'eg some way ure..ug . JU uc- I iow tUO UCt. UI in gr.iiug uuiij well. Mr an! Mrs Frank Bradley, of near Dunn, visited Mr Bradley's mother, Mra T F Bradley from Saturday till Monday Mn Ora Clayton and little daughter, Oracle, visited Mrs Mat Clayton -un Society Skbrrn-Hai.l: Mias Iva Hall and Geo. W. Sebren were married Sunday morn ing at the i'ars'inige of the Baptist church, the pastor Rev. V. R. Beckett officiating. Both the bride and groom are very popular her and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends. At present they are stopping at the Lawrence- burg hotel. Miss Ida Brad ft who has been very sick with a burnt foot is Improving. Rev. 0 W Clayton, of , Waynesboro, body waste, preaches at Mu Lebanon every Second fjarry a package of Rexall Dys Sunday night Everybody Invited to . attend!. i pepsia Tablets In yoar veet pocket. Mist Ida Bradley visited Miss Mollie or keep them in your room. Take Clayton from Sunday till Tuesday. , one after each heavy meal and Frank Springer vidtedBilaa Thorn won and Harrison Bates Sunday, Our Sunday School Is programing nicely at Ml Lebanon since spring has set in. Milas North, of Lawrenceburg, ,wti and Minnie Clayton visited Mra Mary Clayton at the Smith Mines from Sat- urday until Monday. We are sorry to say Enoch Clayton is on the sick list. Iron City SAPI'HIRE Mm Ida May Lackey visited Iron City friends last week. Mioses Mamin and Willie Forsythe ho are in school in Lawrenceburg visited homefolks Saturday and Sunday. Mises Watkins and Fuquoy o' Florence visited Miss Myrtle Watkins iWtiHV.uU D.vu.u.;, waryppeneM spent laai wees wun her aunt Mrs Lackey at Mt Nebo. Webb Springer waa Io town Sturday Ixx.nard Uabel spent Sunday with Mt eoo relative.. . Alonz3 LeFan is at home from De catur on a vacation. Bill Danley has recently recovered from a case of mumps. rui n:uui(iii iiui caturuay auu i Sunday with his mother here. Hugh Ulive and wire visited J T I mil IB miu who nuuuaj. Miss Mvrtle Watkins attended the Teachers' Institute at Florence, Ala , last wef,k- Hugh Welch and Gregory Belew of West roint were in town last Sunday. Rev T Riley Davis and family who have been for the last month at his father's home in Wayne County are at home again Pr Avery Myrick of Killen, Ala , was here last Hunday. Miss Waymon D.tlton waa at home on a short visit recently. Mr Collier the man who ia seeing about building a new railroad from here oui through Wayne County was in town last week. Rev. Geo. K. McMackin preached hme last Sunday afternoon. Harrison LeFan of Columbia was here at borne Sunday. Floyd Olive was in Lawrenceburg last week. Oscar Nicholson was at Lawrenceburg one day last week. Mrs E L Foraythe wai at St Jowph on huninA8S last we k. Miss Gertrude Smallwood visited here last Saturday and Sunday. Albert Smallwood is Bick from the fevei at hit home on Wolf Creek. Misses Maggie and Addie McMackin of Wayland Springs were here last Sunday. Henry Allan is very sick at this wrU ing. J H Spencer was In the Nebo neigh tnrhood last week. Misses M audio aud Frankie Hensley of Waylaud Springs were here last week MUs Clara Caperton of Wyland Spring was here one day last week. Mrs Romie Liles was the guest of Mrs E L Forsythe last Friday. Noah Moore and wife visited the latter's parents B F Watkins. Miss Noami Li Fan was at St. Joseph last Sunday. . Will Burks and John Killen of Green Hill were here Sunday night. Lincoln Bromley visited homefolks recently. Mrs Nancy Dee Stutts and brother Dolph Bromley made a trip to near Waynesboro last week. J M Forsythe wa at Lawrenceburg last week. Grady Caperton was in town last Sunday. A J Amonct was here one day last wef k. Mrs Edgar Perkitson vinited her mother at Mt Nebo latelv, Phils more Brewer who has been in Lawrenceburg on the Grand jury is at home again. John Hensley has been real sick from malaria fever but is some better at present. Dr JNoab Danley and family are preparing to move to their farm for the summer months. fl W K.eanev of Nashville waa down here recently. ! Mrs R R Reynolde is at home after a visit to her daughter Mrt Ray Delanoe of Columbia. i For the Stomach Mere's an Offer You Should not Overlook Rcxall Dyepepsia Tablets reme- J iom.cu troubles ty aiding "tnre to supply the elements the absence cf which In te gastric Ju'c8 ceuses indigestion and dyf. pepsia. Tbey aid the stomach 10 digest looa ana to quick convert u into rich red Dlood and material peoessary for overcoming natural prove our assertion that indlges- tioo will not bother you. We know what Rexall Dyspep. sia Tablets are and what they will o. We euarantee them to re-1, money. 1 hree Sizesr 25 cents, bU cents, and fl 00. Remember, yoa can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our store The Rexall btore. Burton's Drug Store. i bTV J 1 1 I UeatilS narVCSl Christenderry: Mrs Bettie Christenberry died at the home of her daughter Mrs. G. pav j8 t West point on last Wed nesdAV at the see of 72 years. She Was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. She was the mother of bve children three ol whicu ,nrviVe her, W R Christen- berry, El Campo, Texas and Mes- dames G L Kelley and G Davis of We8t Point. Bhe ba8 0ne sister, living, Mrs Ann Johnson of Eth- ride. The funeral services were conducted by Rev's. Carrell and Tuck er at 10 o'clock at the resi- uence, interment at wit iieuo. pour poufjd Trout On last Wednesday Will Harvey landed a four pound trout while Bshing in Shoal Creek. This is the , t fish that hft8 bee . , ,,.. caught this season- Will says he was hshtDg With two Other tellOWS, but that they did not trakea catch htit hoil tha nluautirtt nf nratnninnr I ""-7" , "v" e mm lau'j i no iuui puuuuei. The Hardest Work Pays Least Z I t SAWING wood, pumping water, grinding feed, turn ing a grindstone - these are jobs for an engine, not for a man. There i9 no money in any of them when you do the work yourself or hire a man to do them. Buy a reliable gas oline engine large enough to do any work you have, let it do the work and enjoy the free dom and comfort it gives you. IHC C I I? lAOline EjllfnnGS are made to do the work that makes farming tiresome. They put the load where it belongs. They save hours of unprofitable labor. They are money-makers and money-savers. You can verify these statements and get facts and fierures which prove them by calling on the local dealer who handles IHC eneines. MadeinltoSO-H.P. sizes and every engine thor oughly tested and guaranteed. International Harmler Comnanvof Asierlea - . . Chicago USA IHC Srb DaraM The pnrposa of this Buraau is to famish. tree of chains to all. the best infornutto tntormauc If you n obtainable on better farming. If you htye, $tf'iZliltfi& etc . make your inquiries specific aiKlsani thm. to IHC Service, bureau. Harvester; Tj I : ('Vf In ' I it I High School Notes. Mvvvtvvt 'A Daughter of the Desert," Put on oy the btnbling Literary Society at Opera house May 3rd Stribling Literary Society The program as was rendered by the btriulwga on Friday night last, was as usual very entertain. lug. We had a fine selection ol musical numbers. The high school quartette iavored us with two selections. We were also highly eutertaiued by au interest ing debate, the participants being Messrs. tollman and Gower. ail. and Messrs, tiituma and Davis, neg each made a creditable speech. The negative being victorious. 1 again remind you that on Fri day night May 3, we are going to ' " nDUaI P.1! "A Daughter " 0 0 0 Personals Almon Sims spent Sunday after noon iu Etbridge. (?) Beatrice Uallaher has reentered bir lw 1 urtOM -nSXVllK'u r. ......... . ovuvvi cat bci a uiuuvu m AUDCUvC, Albert Wuodard was very bick ihe later part ui last week, livery night at the Princess a good up-to-date moving picture show. Mann Howard has returned to school alter several weeks absence "A Daughter of the Desen" will be giveu by the Btribhng soci- ety hex rnday night. This is a Very lutersting weutern play, and all ehould see it. Admissiou 25 and 35 eents. Ticketts at Burton's Drug Store. prof. Boll, formerly of this place, uow 0f Louisville Kv visited the 8Cuooi asi week and made a very iuterestu(g talk Thursday morning on "What is worth wbiia'" A Bpecial copy of the Herald will be published tor the fiual ed ition. W atch lor further announce ments. Misses Lillian and Janie Mai Guthrie visited at Etbridge last Sunday. Mrs, Trego a well known tern- perence lecturer, visited th school last Friday morning and delivered a vfy interesting speech. Saturday and Sunday at Ethridg guest of Miss Lurline Kidd. Lincoln Bromly, Auvin Nunley, Virgil Conway, Albert Robinson, and Kellar Alexander spent the week end with home folks. Arrangements were made last week for photographs to be made of certain groups for the 1912-1913 catalog and final number of the Herald, The Teachers' institute will be gin on Monday following Friday the last day o sbcool. Miss Lurline Kidd speut Satur day and Sunday with home folks nt Etbridge. Will Jennings and Ernest Coff. man have moved from the dormi toay to Prof. Coffman'e where they are now boarding. Miss Waymon Dalton spent the week end with home folks at Iron City. Report of Thj Condition of The First National Bank, I At Lawrenceburg in the State of ness, April 18, 1911 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. O. bouds to secure circulation Premiums on U. S. Bonds. a 1 Bona, securities, etc Banking house, Furniture, and Fixtures I r.. t v . ; Due from National Banks (not reserve Due from a proved Reserve Agents . Ooecks and other Cash items Notes of other National Hanks......... Fractional Paper Currency Nickels, aud Specie Legal teuder notes Redemption lund with U. B. Treasurer Total .1374,474 18- , LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund.. Undivided probui, less hxpenses and National Hank' Notes outstanding Due to State and Private Banks aud individual deposits subject to. check 1 r- A r A ..... . Demand cert ficates of deposit Tot.il. State o? Tshjus be, County of Lawrrnce, as: I, Jas T Dunn, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement it true to the best J As. T. DoNtf, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27 day of April, 1912. J. D. Boyiiton, Notary Public f T. H. Meredith, Correct Attest: E. a. Parkks, I Directors. 1, 8. BfrisgxV I . Land Transfers O H Mooney and wife to Laura O Powell 11 J acres 11 dist 2.r0. Anton Benkel to Henry Jlenkel loU 2 dist f 400. Hughes ft Woolen to Mrs M J Nich olson lot 1st dist 1500 N B Simmt Clerk to J T Smallwood land 1st dist $.'105. Kirk Foster and wife to Jno Martin 16 acres 9 dist $77.50. Jno Martin to R O Price 16 acres 9 dist $108. W M Powell and wife to A A Wildea 120 acres 10 dist $3050. N B Simmt Clerk to H O Myrlc 931 apres 1st dist $52 J H and Gray Kagsdale to K E Gil liam lota 8 dist $1000. LeRoy Reynolds and wife to B W Humphreys int In land 9 dist $500. Relief Fund Contributions for the flood suf ferers in our own and neighboring states are being received by W, 8. Dustln at the City Secretary'i office. This is an opportunity to do good, lets prove every man a man. J. W. Garrett, Mayor, Bodenham AflttCOt PCELA Esq. W. L Wheeler and Mrs Francit Farrit were united in marriage Sunday at the brlde't father at Minor Hill by Rev. D. T. Foust. A reception waa glxen them by their many friends at the groom's home near here. Mias Sallie May Peden bas returned to her home at Walea after a visit to her aunt Mrs O M Witt. Mrs M E Sandusky, of Gordonsburr, has been visiting her ton, Ed Sneed, here, and now has gone to visit her son, Hix Sandusky, at W ales. G. M. Wilkinson hat returned from Decatur, Ala , where a birthday dinner was given him by his daughter, Mrs. R. O. Crafton. Miss Mabel Stafford spent Saturday night with Miss Exa Morehead. Miss Susie Cannon has relumed to her home at Lynnville after a visit to her cousin Nolas Petty. Mrs. Simpson, of Texas, it visiting her daughter Mis. E. O. White. Born to Mr and Mrs Claud Whit field, a girl. Mies Grace and Mark Wilkinson spent Monday night with Mist Tresxie Wil kinson. Min Sada and Raed and brother Robert, have returned from a visit to friends and relatives at Campbellsvilla and Dry Creek. Reynolda Wheeler and friend Perty Warren of Massey School spent Satur day night and Sunday with the former' parents. Miss Mary St afford spent Saturday night with her aunt, Mra S. E. Stafford. The Embroidery Glub met with Mis ses Annie and Edna Joe Puryear Satur day afternoon and at a late hour re freshments were served. Witt Puryear of near Pulaski apent Saturday night with Mark Wilkinson and attended the W heeler-rarns re ception. Administrators Notice. Having suggested the insolvency of the estate of W R White to the County Court Clerk of Lawrence County- Notice is hereby given to all who hold claims against said etj tate to file same properly authen ticated and with itemized accounts with the clerk of the County Court at Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, on or 1 before the 20th day of July 1912. S. M. White, Administrator. Tennessee, at the close of bust $225,383 76 6,881 05 60,000 00 1,100 00 zo,i io 6.263 73 agents 11,040 88 21,943 SO 645 07 660 0 351 23 Cents 8,011 60 6,W U 1,31)0 Ut $ 60,000 00 15,000 0 Taxes paid 5,051 02 60,W0 00 blanker t 6,295 64 227,332 62 795 00 234,42 1$ 1374.4.74 19 of nay knowledge and belief. i ).