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Dr. G. N.GUTHRIE, Jr.
DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, TENN. Tennessee Central R. R. Passenger Train Schedule at Cookeville WEST BOUND No, 1.3:28 p.m. No. 3.2:50 a.m. No. 5.6:30 a.m. ' EAST BOUND No. 2 12:13p.m. No. 4.1:07 a.m. No. 6.7:59 p.m: toe LOCAL AND PERSONAL. e e The Cookeville Bottling Works have moved their plant to the Maxwell Bros, warehouse. Rev. F. M. Little will preach at Whitson's Chapel the fourth Sunday at 11 o'clock: Bsq. Gragg, J. 0. Rector and J. H. Williams, of Algood, were in Brother ton last week. i Miss Lona Meadows hi 3 gone to Geor gia, where she will teach during the winter and spring. A wedding we failed to record last week was that of Mr. Oakley Massa and Miss Mattie Stanton. Efforts are being made to open the Bank of Cookeville for business, with good prospects of success. Geo. W. Stephens has a mare, a bug gy and a wagon which he desires to sell. See him if you want either. All parties owing (he Lyon Artist Horse Co., are requested to make a set tlement with them at once. W. Goldstein & Sons closed their store in Cookeville the last of the year and shipped the stock left on hand. A. J. Haynes, of Westmoreland, who has been a visitor at J. M. Haynes' for ten days, has returned to his home. Mrs. Willis Dow is sending the Her ald to her mother, Mrs. Sallie Thomp son, Chestnut Mound, R. F. D. No. 1. We understand that C. S. Jenkins has bought a lot from Wl ,A. Crawford on Mam sredf and will erect a resi ence this spring. Miss Rubie Dow entertained about 40 of her friends last Friday evening, in honor of Miss Lora Franklin, of Okla homa City, Okla. C. J. Davis has been very sick at the home of his daughter, Mrs. D. P. Peek of Aspermont, Texas, but work comet that he is consideaably better. G. W. Ault has sold his residence to P. C. Farley, and sold the lot opposite his place to S. M. Ray, who is goii.4' to build an 8-room bungalow house. A statement of the condition of the Bank of Algood is printed this week, showing the bank to be in a flourishing condition, and that it is carefully man aged. J. B. Dowell, the well known stock man, killed four hogs the other day that weighed a total of 1923 lbs. ; the largest one weighed 637 lbs. and made 15 gal lons of lard. For Sale Cove farm, five miles east of Cookeville, near H. M. Nicholas' mill, on Falling Water. 137 acres, good 5-room house, barn 33x50. A. Stamps, Cookeville, Route 6. The Herald is only half size this time and late in getting out at that. The plant is being moved tnto the Sloan building on the southwest corner of the square, and hopes to be settled there in a day or so more." The legislature has finally organized and begun balloting for United States Senator. Benton McMillin is far in the lead, lacking six votes of election. It is not likely that much else will be done until a senator is elected. W. R. Poston died at his home in this city last Monday, and wa3 buried near his old home in Jackson county. He had been. in the grocery business here for some time, and was a gentleman who had made many friends here. He leaves a family. The Algood Home Telephone Co., at a recent meeting elected H. T. Gragg president, T. D. Verble vice president, H. M. Judd secretary, S, T. Hudson treasurer, and J. A. Judd general man ager. B. M. Hudgens. H. L. Norris, D. W. Cornwell, R. C. Boatman and Asbury Bussell were elected directors. Honor Roli foe December. Third Grade: Robert Gibson, Baxter Smith, Vallie Carr, Emma Doine Jen kins, Louise Hargis, Sarah Daws, Eras tus Gentry, Mary Frank Huffmeister, Lillie McGuffey, Isaac Kinnaird, Horace Huddleston, Frank McDonald, Charlie Wall, Myrtle Bockman. Fourth Grade: Charlotte Bloomfield, Louise Cox, Dorothy Gregory, Martha Daws, Johanna Noonan, Nellie Har wood. Fifth Grade: Annie Davis, Maude Chaffin, Annie Lou Ragland, Charles Dolan, Lem McClain, Robert Hudgens, Flossie West, Johnie Wall. Sixth Grade: Vallie Williams, Gladys Ford, Willie Byrne, Cooper Loftis. Seventh Grade: Clara Cox, Emily Sue Dow, Coma Loftis. E;ghth Grade: Willie Holladay. High School: Harvey Ragland, Grace Ragland, RettietEnsor, Lee Franklin, Grady Maddux, Leora Huddleston, Silas McGee, Gideon Lowe, DeFord VanHooser. First National Bank The stockholders of the First Nation al Bank of Cookeville held a meeting on Tuesday and elected the following gentlemen as a board of directors for the ensuing year: J. T. Anderson, J. R. Douglass, Thos. Mason, Gid H. Lowe, W. E. Ragland, Jas. N. Cox, Z. T. Hinds, W. L. Whitson, D. L. Pin cus. The board of directors re-elected the officers who have had charge of the bank since it was organized: J. T. An derson, president; Gid H. Lowe and J. R. Douglass, vice presidents; Thomas Mason, cashier. A dividend of 4 per cent, was declar ed and $500 passed to the surplus fund. This a splendid showing for ten months business. Attention is called to the de tailed statement of the condition of the bank in this issue. DR. W. S. McCLAIN (OSTEOPATH) Telephone No. 184 COOKEVILLE. TENNESSEE Offices: Gibson Building EUREKA HOTEL Mrs. S. M. Dietz, Best Furnished Hotel in City. Ev erything First-Class. Central Location. Main Street. Block East of Depot Combination Disrupted. "I had my outing all planned aDJ now it Is disarranged." "Too bad! What is the matter?" "The railroads have changed their time tables, and it will take me anoth er month to puzzle out my schedule again." Buffalo Express. and Deadly Chill. "A cold is o very treacherous dangerous thing, isn't it. doctor?" "Yes." replied the physician. "I have known people to be made -uncomfortable for life by simply imagining they had discovered the north pole." Wash ington Star. Too Bad. "I see the dru store is advertising bargains in patent medicines today." "Is that so? Well, that's too aggra vating! There isn't anything the mat ter with any of us." Lippincott's. me my V teeth Catty. Miss Antique He told were like stars." Miss Soustique Yes? 1 wonder If he meant to infer that they come out st night Philadelphia Ledger. Trustee's Report I, O. N. Draper, Trustee of Putnam County, do make oath that I have col lected for the period beginning Sep tember 3rd, 1910, to January 3rd, 1911, tbe following aounty tax, school funds, good road and road funds, and special funds, viz: County Fund3 from Revenue. .$ .182.05 Less 1 per cent commission.. 180.23 Road Funds from Revenue . 178.92 Less 1 per cent commission-. 177.13 County Tax .679.80 Less 6 per cent commission . . 639. 02 School Funds 776.92 Less 6 per cent commission.. 730.31 Good Road Funds.... 388.46 Less 6 per cent commission.. 365.16 Road Funds 233. 07 v Less 6 per cent commission. 7 219.09 Special Funds 291.64 Less 6 per cent commission . . 273. 86 Total all due County $2,584.80 O. N. Draper, Trustee. Sworn and subscribed to before me this 10th day of January, 1911. L. M. Bullington, Notary Public. Why not advertise it will pay you. Before He Entered. Jonah One question, please. Whale-What is it? Jonah Is this one of those pay von enter ears? New York Press. as Double Springs I am taking the Herald and think it is the best paper in the world, why don't everybody take it? Dear Herald readers, how did you all enjoy Christmas? I look ed for my Aunt and Cousins from Pecan Gap, Texas, to spend Christmas with me but I did not see them. Daisy Scarlett of Oklahoma, why don't you write. Wake up Jackson county people and send the news in. What has become of Mr. Bolen of Nashville, would like to read a letter from him. Eliza Johnson. CHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND GO " BRAND 7tk o ... rw LADIES ! Ask your IrnRelt for Cnt-CHES-TER'S WAMOHU BKAND PILLS in Red andA Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Blue( Ribbon. Take no other. n. c-rn. T Druggist and ftsk for CIII.CliE8.TEK S DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twentr-fitfl years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable. 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