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" .,.,. . ,... i- - ' . - - fti VQL 2, V ."" ' MAY jp 917:' ' - ,' . - - NQr 17 BY THE . " ; -WE KN( ()riiAiK SMALL SB THE First Consideration of the small investor ifi the SAFETY ' of his savings. Tim interest re turn Must . be based on the SE CURITY of principal. The Citi gens Bank and Trust Co., of Wart-' burg Tenn,, offers you absolute safety and a fair Jiiterc-st. return, Toy kbow where .your nioney is and the men responsible to you and the State for its return to. you, prineir pal and interest CKN DEMAND. f HE CITIZENS BAflK AND TBUST CO. WARTBUUG, TENN INTEREST. PAID. ON . ALL nMEDEPOSIETg; " , rmzzz zwzmtzmzmz Christian Endeavor Society ',' i' . . ... ' . AT urn ... ' IiUTHSHSAN CHOllCH . SUKOAT EVENING, BUY 13 '. , . . .' ; at 6;3D ; " " ' I1SS .JOSIE ENGLAND, , LEADER. '. Subjeot; Fellowship with.Goa, - Psaling, 1 lit', 'JTtIu, Song.' Jesus is all the worIs to nje . Scripture Reading ; 1 : v ," .. '-eader Prayer4 .; . . , . ' . . . Ml'r What is the object of the quiet hour and how do you J .observe it? .; " . .' Carl Sch. .ben What is ineditation and how does it differ from prayer? , y !t Newberry gong Otto Schubert ..u Bl .nche (Ht Reading " '- ' - . Maude Davis fa it. a nfipfissarv to listen to w at God says to us as to ' ' T If. I.' !... vv j r rey iny Adverting' m a ask something from him? Silent Prayer " " How may those who are very, busy find, time for the quiet hour? ; Can God speak to us as well as we to him and how does he speak to us? Why do we not always hear him when he speaks? How does meditation differ from Bible reading? Song. Sweet hours of prayer . ' Bible References. Mrs Iloneycutt Mrs Lynn Eliza Williams Otto Schub rt Choir Doer Lodge, Tenn, Morgan County Press; Dear Editor; Here 'are a few jierus. in tlie interest of the Mor. gm County Fair. Heicajt -r the Fair will be known ns the Morgan County Centennial Fairi and extends an invitation to every" person in Morgan Couuty to help in making this fair a grand success and it belongs to the peo ple to make it such. Special prizes will be given to all parties exhibiting as many as twelve articles who lives over ..ten miles from Dec.r Lodge. : Bigger and better arrangements are-being' made than ever befortt for the suecess of the fur. Now is the lime to begin making your preparations for exhibits to bring to the fair. I here wjll he more people from other states at the fair this fall than ever before, Let us show them what our Qonriiy can do, ; : I am yours : A, C, LAVENDER, Good Medium AYS HA M MELY THIS IS THE BEST MEDIUM IN MORGAN COUNTY iiMMMf Mass Meeting ?' CLARENCE E. ALBERTSON ' LAW STENOGRAPHER Court lieporting and Deposition Work VVahtbukg, Tknn. I. J. HUMAN, . , . Attorney fct Law ; ', ' . Wautbi-'RO, Tenn; ! W. Y. BOSWELL Lawyer OAKDALE, TKNN; O .H. W. SUMMER ' Attorney at Law . Prod ke. in all the Courts WANTBUG, TENN. W. Z. 8TRICKLIN, t ' Attirney, '. 7" . Waktblrg, Tens. fi. M. CAKR T. A; MOURIS ! Harrirtian, Tenn. Wartburg, Tenn. , ; , CARR A MORRIS. Attorneys and Solicitors M'ARTBlRG.'Te!. Will practice in all the courts, collections ane ctmmercial law a .specialty. ' JAMES A. MONROE" . . . Attorney at Law HARRIMAS; TESXESSEE Land Law and Abstracts of Title's Specialty Rank and Individual References. i xi nxtTS. - CH. DAVIS, WAKTBCKG, TEXK. OSEIDA, TENS DAVIS & DAVIS Attorneys at Law iWff i all the Coxrts. WAKTBUKC, TENN. J W STONE Lawyer- rr&ctices in all Courts in adjoining coun ties and Federal Courts HARRJMAN. TENN.. CASS ELL & HARRIS ATTORNEYS. . Practice in all the Courts HARRIMAN, TENN. W. W. "HILL, M. D. sPEcrXusT . -KYIL KAR'OS.K AND THROAT (ilasses Fitted Aeur'utely and Soien- HHeally ' HARKIMAX, TKXM E. 3 DORSCltlED, D. D."s. DENTIST OAKDALE7 tenn. . T. W. NASH, M. D.j I'HYSICIAN Deer Lodge, Tennessee. 8. II. ' JONES, M. D. Physician and Surgeon aud X llay Kximinatiou SUNBRKillT, TENN. ARCHIE BYRD, M. D. PhysiciMii and Surgeon and County Health Officer. WARTBURG, TEFN,J There will be a Mass Meeting and Food Preparedness Confer ence on Saturday, May 12th, 1917 at-the Court House, Wartburg, at. 7;00 p. m. Every Fartner, Biisiiiess Man and Citizen is invited to be present. Come and bring your neighbors. FOURTH DISTRICT Sunday School Convention Rev M N Sumner Warren Lavender G. O. Bishop Mrs Mabel Shaver Bev. J. M. Elliott T White TO BE HELD AT NEW SAGE, TENN. SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1917 PROGRAM 10:00 am Devotional Exercises 10:15 a m Welcome Address Response 1C-30 a m The purpose of the Sunday School 10:45 a m ' Should every Christian be a Sunday School 11:00 am How to keep an evergreen Sunday School 11-15 a m Special Songs 11:30 am Report from Schools Appointment of Commtttres: : Time and place Nomination NOON 1.P p m Report from Committee r. tmm TiiKfrirt President 1:15 P m The Duty of the Sunday School to the non attendants 13 p m The advantage of a uouniry ouuuajr 1 45 p m The neceesity of aU Pulling Together - 2:00 p m The responsibility of the Sunday School Teacher 2:15 p m Why Parents should attend Sunday Sehool 2-30 p m How to Interest Little Folks 2:45 p m The Banner Sunday School Song THE GOLD STAR STANDARD One or more Conventions every year. Every ISunday School represented in the fee DTstrict Convention. A report and an offering from every Sunday School. Arnold Hawn O P Aytes Warren Lavender T. F. Hayworth Alvia Waddell John Howard Mrs Orril White I N Stanley NOW THE CRISIS IS. HERE This great Nation must rouse it self for a mighty struggle 'for lib. erty and our greatei-t safety lies in food production and the saving of the waste products. If . Tennessee and the South is to be strong they must have food:' If this couufi'y is to be strong she must be well fed and have an abundance to sustuin those friend ly people who are even now 'fight- the battles for liberty and democ racy. To our business men we would urce that if seed is short it is their duty to canvass the situation like patriots and get the t-e -d for farm ers. Arrange the credits. Furn ish farmers with seed corn, soy beans, cow peas, velvet beans pea nuts, etc., at cost, See that all things neeesary to help f armors are done. You must do your part and co-operate with the farmers. They must do their shftre and tend to the crops faithfully. Farmers, it up to you in your unions, clubs and other organijui- jtions to use the best methods now. When the nation faces a crisis we must have the b.'St farming in its history, the best tools and all htbor saving devices must be use' I to make it possible for every farm la borer to cover as much ground as possible and do the most efficient work. The farmers wives and daugh ters have an important work to Ho in the girden, the orchard, ll dairy, in raising poultry, and es pecially in canning, preserving and conserving our food supply. To the fanners we would say look to your County Agent for counsel and advice in this new bur den of extra prod action. Let us forget all past difficulties and join in a grand and mighty ef fort to feed the South. What can you do Mr Morgan County Farm er in the next sixty days? The Piecs thinks the County High School Hoard should make the right to attend mce upon the J. F. LOVE, M. D. Thyfician and Surgeon WARTBURG, TENN. Li.t 11 endeavor to reach the Gold Star District at this Convention andj High school the ,-onvng y.ar enn Let ua all enaeavor vo re. ... ,u u,.r,i; ,,,' hav be proud of. MATT IE LAVENDER, Secretary. ARNOLD HAWN. Diat- Tres. .litional upon the a)-plicnt hav ing w-irked up mi s.une fariadunug tbe uuiiucr mouths.