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Tj AW HENCE democrat.
Everybody Trades at George Brothers. Personals The BUSY STORE PS ITS The BEST STORE The Greatest Reduction on ST i M 1 AND That has ever occured In a December Clearance sale COATS Hundreds of new models on All this WEEK anil MEXT Women who usually wait for after Christmas clearance sales can buy suits here tomorrow or next day for the price they usually pay alter Xmas. We don't remember of having seen such remarkable values, any where as we shall offer To-day and To-morrow Our assortment is at its best now. A complete run of sizes in practically any desired style, color or material. Our buyer has returned from the Chicago market and purchased the largest stock of Holdiay goods that has ever been shown in middle Tenn. The goods are Arriving every day. Watch for Our Holiday Opening Mr- nj Mrs Arthur Lontf have re turnrj to Birmingham alter a visit to Mrt. J.is E Slime K(v anJ Mi. S. II, Kslinun and on Samuel were guest fur Thank liiviof and through Sunday n( Mr- and Mr C. T. Craw lord Misses GUJvs and Lucile Springer, have returned from a week visit to relatives in Florence- Mr Jno. Flemining and children, ol Culleoka, are the nest nf Mr. Marvin Spence Parke Slockard, Keifler Vaujban Napoleon Lumpkin, W.C.Caperton, Frank Busby, Henry Baily and Jesse McArler attended the Vanderbilt Se- wanee loot-ball game Thanksgiving Mis Fay Springer lei t Monday, to slay (or several week in Nashville, Dr. E. R Braley went to Columbia on business the lirst ol the week. Dr Bialey carries as up lo date line of jewelry a can be (ouud in a town the size ot Lawreuceburg in the state. See his christmas bargains in another col uum ol this paper. Mrs. Jas. Spence gave a dining on Thanksgiving having as her guests ber immediate relatives- Mrs- Bettie Gil more entertained with a diuiog on last Sunday having as her guests, ber immediate family and Mr and Mrs Jauies Giluiore and Mr and Mrs William Gil more. Mr and Mrs C.T.Uawtord bad as their guests on Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs I.H.Slribling and Miss Jim, Mr. and Mrs S . H . Eshman and son Samuel Dr and Mrs W. J.Stockard- Elder T.C.King will preach at the Christian Church on Sunday (the first Sunday) at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev.I.N.Yokeley, the pastor, will preach at the Presbyterian church Sun day morniug and evening- A good program of mnsic has been prepared Everyone invited- How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder i "Which are the alum baking powders; how can 1 avoid them unlets they are named?" asks a housekeeper. Here is one way : lake the can of a low priced powder in your hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that if the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sul phate of aluminum, you have found an alum baling powder. There is another and a better way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. in Trustee's Sale By virtue of the power and authority vented in ma by deed of trut. necuted on the 31 lav of AturiiHt l'.MO, iteirinter ed in IWk No. 32. 1'nir.es 30 31 and 32 in the KegUtera office at lawrenceburg Tennessee, Default having been made io the payment of the indebted therein neoiirtd, I, h I: 1 lielau 1 runlet will on MowU December 15, 1913, on the pre mi Men Ht Kthrulge Tenneiti-ee at 12 occck Noon Bell for cadi to the highest bidder fre from the fijuiiy of redemption, homeatead, dower, ami all other exemption, certain proerly with all improvement, appurtenances etc Situated tn hthridge, ( Wayne H ation) lOih Ulvll lMHtnct of Lawrence County, Tenneaaee, and being lot Noa IS, 19 and 20 in bmitha Addition to Fthridge, (Wayne Hatiou) leunexaee, being Maine Iota conveyed to M. J. Craig by A. 1) Blair and wife .November lfith, 1910- On Raid lota there ia oue twontory houae Tula November 24th, 1913 E E Phklan, TrnHtee. If aatiafactory arrangement) can be made with all parties concerned it ia poaaible term will be given by paying a part caah on day of aale, and if no aame will tie made known ou day ot aale Deaths JAMKS HUKN. James Buruea d'u-d at bin home in the Crowson neighborhood Sat. urday after a lout; il I iu-ms. He whs 27 years a good citizen and neigh- bor, and bin untimely death ia a cause ol great norrow. Ilia parents four brothers and winter survive him. The burial Btrvicea were conducted by Ue,v. A I. Wheat ley, at the Ki Itethel gravpvard ou Snnday. MOUNT PLEASANT, TENNESSEE IRA R. C ALTON. Ira R Callon, son of W- and A. J Gallon, was born in Warren County, Ind. Sept. 6, 1875. and died in Lawrence County, Tenn , Nov. 23, 1913, being 38 years, 2 months and 17 days old. On March 3, 1903,heand Miss EllalBrown were united in holy wedlock. To this union were born three children, two ' girls and one boy- For the past five years his afflictions have been constant and (or the past few months he has , been confined to his bed. After two days of unconsciousness death came to his relief- He leaves besides his wile ! and children, his father, three brothers 1 and four sisters, and many friends and j acquaintances. He was buried at the Pleasant Grove Cemetery. A. L. WheaUey -WWCROSCOPIC Examinations 3 Dr. T. J. Stockard v Office over Burton's Drug Store Lawrenceburg, : Tenn m j in i!i FRUITS HUTS CANDIES Cranberries and Fancy Cakes Will H. IT A T?TW WHY? Not Own a Home or Farm Do you expect to work for someone else all your life? By adopting our method of "Home Getting" it ia easy aa not and much more satisfac tory. . For $4 per month on each $500 yon want we will lend you the money to buy your home or farm and only charge you 5 per cent him pie interest, giving you 10 years to pay us back. These loans can he used to buy, to build or to improve property, and may be repaid at any time, thereby Btopping the interest If you are paying more than S per cent it will pay you to see us. Lets talk it over. Empire Realty & Mortgage Company 007 1st. National Bank Bldg. Nashville, Tennessee H. V, Brewer, Agent Office over Lawrence Bank & Trust Co. 4,My child was burned terribly about the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr Thomas' Electric Oil. The pain ceased, and the child sank into a reBtful sleep." Mrs Nancy M Hanson, Hamburg, N Y. Trust Deed Land Sale. Have you done it? If not, -Do it. Have Your Property Insured. Jas T. Dunn. By virtue of authority vested in tne 1 as expressed in trust deed, of record in j Trust Deed Book No. 31 page 342, Keg iuto.'. m;,, r fi and by virtue of quit claim deed to me by R H Waller, of record in Deed Book No. 34 pages 283, 284 and 285, R. O. L. C, I will sell as trust and in dividually according to authority in each instrument contained, the herein described real extate, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1913 Said sale is of the following land: Lying and being in Lawrence OoiiDty, Tennessee, in the 7th Civil District thereof and containing 139 acres more or less and being lot No. 9G Second Di sion of what is known as the German Catholic Homestead Land. For meets aud bounds see Book "R" pace 292, R. O. L. C. Said land is sold to satis fy a note of 11000 00 that Clyde Shrop shire endorsed for R. H. Waller for the use of the Mutual Realty and Lease Co and due four months after date, July 12, 1912. TERMS OF SALE. Said land will be sold durinif leeal hours on said day and about one o'clock Non-Resident Notice K. Ayfrs VH HiHinger et. al. ' , h appearing to thecleik from the tie tilon filed in this cause which is sworn to that the defendants, Hazel Hidinger and husband W. H. Bidinger, Berley Ayers, J. Hugh Ayers, K. Dewey Ayers, William H. Ayers, B. Beno Ayers, Bela Ayers and Olive Ayers are Non-residents of the State of Tenn , and residents of the State of Ohio ao that the ordinary process of law can not be served on them It is therefore ordered that publica tion be made for four consecutive weeks in the Lawrence Democrat a newspaper published in Lawrenceburg, Tenn , re quiring said non-resident defendants to be and appear before the Judge of the County Court, at a court to be hold in and for Uie Couuty of Lawience at the court house in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., on the first Monday in January 1914 it being the 5th day of said month, there and then to plead answer or de mur to said petition or the same will bo taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte This December 2, 1913 N B. bimim, Clerk. Stamen & Crews Attys. for Petitioner California Woman Alarmed Seriously A short time ago I cuntu :Xed of said day to the higl'est bidder for a severe cold which settled ou cash, free from the equity of redemp- lungs and caused me a great tion hojneatead, dower and all other ex 0f annoyance. I would have cuik-tiuiin ui rrei T HUU, lite HHIHB UCllllf .n ,, i n rr cnolla n 1 - f xpresly waived in said trust deed, and ""f 1 l rt Tr said land will be sold at the north door tweFe 80 8.0le f d inllamed I Administrators Notice AH persons who are indebted to the estate of Mrs. Sarah 11, Patter sou, deceased, will please come forward and settle the same with me as Administrator at once, and any person holding a clafm against Mrs. Sarah R Patttrson, dee'd., will file the same with me proper ly authenticated by December 25, 1913 This November 8, 1913. Abner Patterson, Aduir. H. P. SMILEY, DENTIST, Office over Burton's Drug Stort Lawrenceburg, Teaneitee. my deal bad lungs began of the Court House in Lawrencahnror I e seriously alarmed. A friend Tennessee, purchaser to receive deed I recommended Chamberlain's and said Clyde Shropshire sells individ- ougn Keineuy, saying Bhe had ually and will join individually in mak- used it for years. I bought a bot- ing the deed to the extent of getting the tie ard it relieved my cough the ii.ie .mi oi xiiui mai is in mm ny reason urst nigbt. and in a week 1 was rid "'Ti""1"""1 ueeu 10 mm aDove,of the co d and soreness of mv This November C, 1913. Clyde Shropshire, Trustee and individually. lungs,'' writes Mies Marie Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal. For sale by all dealers. (adv ) Us Tasteless HI Tit Is an Active and Efficient Remedy for all forms of Malaria, Biliousness,) Dumb and Third-day Ague and all Malarial Disaases. Manufactured By ANDERSON DRUG and MFG. CO. Mt. Pleasant Tennessee. CHOOSE YOUR Christmas Gifts EARLY The One Way, the BEST way to settle this per plexing Christmas Gift Prodlem is to VISIT Burton's Drug Store and look over the Beautiful array of TOII'l IT". th eoia-cure .nt Jc tna uivir-n. Presents work In i hour., jrl i HOI tcuu. TOU l'.'X. 7V I FKANK HKAU1:. In the death of Frank Beard, at liiB home near Kthridge, the county has lost a useful and hon orable citizen, lie leaves a family who have the deepest sympathy of this paper and of many friend in their great loss. He was possena ed of a sturdy manlioet-H and kind ly heart, aud had the friendship nf all who knew him. 5 Just ore Mirwite Goods to suit all Prices to suit all Name what you want we have it Here ate a few suggestions: Diamond Rings Watch l'ins Plated Ware Veil Pins Diamond Broodies Toilet Sots Diamond Ln Yallieres " Bar Pins Beauty Kings Chain Pin Sets Ladies Watches Plain Rings Bracelets Wedding Rings Umbrellas Lockets Manicure Sets Coat Chains Tie Clasps Mesh Bags, Neck Lockets also Pendants, Sterling Silver Spoons, Knivks and Forks. Get Your Gifts Where the Cood Gifts come From 5 Gent's Watches Ct?ff Buttons Pear Brooches Watch Chains Scarf Pins Tie Pins Watch Fobs Chains and II Drug STORE DR E. R. BRALY, Mgr., JEWELRY DEPT. DON'T YOU WANT TO SELL OR DO YOU WANT TO BUY? In either case I am well equipp ed to serve you in first class manner. If you have something to trade 1 will try to match you. 1 have some good propositions Optioned, and can give you close bargains on them. I want some more options, and if you will op tion to me 1 will sell your proper ty. And say, I now have the best FLORIDA proposition that I have ever seen, If you are t hink -of going to Florida, it might be of your interest to see or write me for full particulars. I have them in black and white and stand be hind them. Lets go down and see it. V. H. LiDckWood "THE LAND MAM" IT IS NOW HARVEST TIME! You will have to keep your money Somewhere. Put your Money Here and give checks for it as you need to through the Winter. If you never had money in a Bank we will show you how. Come in and talk to us about it. V FIRST NATIONAL BANK Lawrenceburg' Tennessee S35 V ! A ll. ( -Ji