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SOMETHING There 13 one especially good thiug about making a present of a subscrip tion to The Youth's Companion, it shows that the giver thought enough of you to give you something worth while. It is easy to choose something costing a great, deal more which is absolutely useles,- but to choose a present costing only $1.75 that will provide a long year s entertainment, and the uplifting com panionship of the wise and great, is an other matter. There is one present, however, which does just that The Youth's Companion. If you want to know whether it is ap propriate or welcome, just visit the home of some Companion subscriber on Companion day. Do not choose any present until you have examined The Companion. We will send you free sample copies an4 the beautiful Prospectns for 1911, telling something of how The Companion has recently enlarged and improved. The one to whom you give the sub scription will receive free The Compan ion's Art Calendar for 1911, lithograph ed in twelve colors and gold, and you, too, as giver of the subscription, will receive a copy of the Calendar. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. New Subscriptions Received at this Office. FARM FOR SALE Near Bloomington Springs, Tenn., the famous summer and health resort, 20 minutes drive from railroad station, about 70 acres, mostly cleared and in good state of cultivation. Eight acres in H;rds grass. Stream of lasting water ' flows through entire place. Would make ideal poultry and small stock farm. Fenced with new Ameri can wire. Old fashioned doubled framed house; wide hall and two brick chim neys; fine well water; large spring near by; good orchard and abundant shade a beautiful country home. I am so situated that I can't look after it, and will sell at a bargain, will take part cash and easy terms on the rest. For fall particulars, tarms &c. Call on or address, Robt. P. Gibson, Bloom ington Springs, Tenn. Telephone 46y Cookeville Exchange. ! THE 1911 WORLD ALMANAC. A Complete Ulmry i Om Tduai, Oomtalmiaf Some Xmformatlom About EvtrjtMn and TvrjtkiaS Abrot Orit XH7 TUifK Xoa wsnt accent partlcaUts of tW Ooarras hmal dectiOBS, tht 1910 census, sssrfcets, riM to pries at sUplt product, aerial schisrt merits, scientific discoveries sad exploratiaaa 1910. wara and other important historical areata, rrowtn of the United States, tnoressinf pornsUtfoa ad wealth of countries. States and cities, the tariff, th trusts and party platforms, Congrea gioBsi records, sporting erents, world records, weights and measures, uairersitisa, religions orders debts of nations, Udustries, weather forecasts, births, marriages, diTorces and deaths, railroads, shipping, banking, money, taxes, inavance, po litical parties, secret societies, dabs, the prohibi tioa movement, woman's suffrage and , 1 10,000 Other Facta and Figure Ua to Data of every dsy Interest and rains to ererykedy. ( No merchant, farmer, laborer, business man,' housewife r buaiseas woman, sebael boy ar girl should be without a copy of this raluabl refer ence roliune ot ascim iniontaooa. rnc zae. (West of Buffalo aad ntUburg, Eoc). By mail. Address The New lor. Vert A. Mew I era. j (Was 35c READ THIS OFFER 50 cents gets $1.50 worth of newspapers and a $1.00 New Year's gift. The . first 600 peo ple who send me 50 cents for a year's subscription to the Cin cinnati Weekly Enquirer, worth $1.00, and the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal, worth 50 cents, will receive free, for one year, as a New Year's present, Butterick's Delineator, worth $1. Proposition good until Thursday iu'ght, January 26, 1911. J. M. COX, Carthage, Tenn. Reference: Carthage Banks. Get Your Deeds All who have deeds leit over m my office when my time expired must come and cet them and pay for them. I left them in the hands of L. M. Bullington, attorney, for collection, and you can call and pay him and get the deeds. It is very important that you have your deeds and that I have my pay. It will save a lot of cost and trouble for all to call and get deeds who have left them in my office, so please call and take them out. S. F. Carr, Ex-Register. ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS To the Creditors of Monterey Coal & Mining Co. In nbedience to an order made by the Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn., in the case of O. H. Anderson vs. Mon terey Coal & Mining Co., et al, the creditors of said company are hereby notified to haqe themselves made par ties to said cause by petition and to file and prove their claims against said eompany in said cause on or before the first day of July, 1911, or they may be excluded from the benefits of said suit and from sharing in the assets of said company. Said creditors and claimants are, al so, hereby notified that by order of said Court, in said cause, they, and each of them, are enjoined from instituting any suit against said company, otherwise than by petition in said pending cause; and all parties now suing said company are enjoined from proceeding in their suits further than to judgment. This Dec. 31, 1910. . V. E. BOCKMAN, jan5-6mo ' Clerk and Master. ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS To the Creditors of J. N. Clouse of Monterey, Tenn. In obedience to an order made by. the Chancery Cou-t at Cookeville, Tenn., in the case of Putnam Overall Co., et al, vs. J. N. Clouse, the creditors of J. N. Clouse are hereby notified to have themselves made parties to said cause by petition and prove their claims against said Llouse on or betore June 20th, 1911, provided their said claims are disputed, or they may be excluded from the benefit ot said suit and from sharing in the assets, of said J, N. Clouse. Said creditors and claimants are also hereby notified that by order of said Court in said cause, they, and each of them are enjoined from instituting any suit against the said J. N. Clouse oth erwise than by petition in said pending cause; and all parties now suing the said J. N. Clouse are enjoined from proceeding in their suits further than to judgment. This Dec. 31, 1910. V. E. BOCKMAN", jan5-jun20 Clerk and Master. CHANCERY LAND SALE By virtue of a decree of the Chancery tourt ot rmnam uounty, Tennessee, in the case ot J. 1. Askew, guardian, etc.. vs. Andrew and Mayberry Winchester. on Saturday, the 4th day of February, lyil, at the courthouse door in Cooke ville, Tennessee, I will sell to the high est bidder the following described tract ot land, to-wit: Situate and being in the First Civil District of Putnam County, Tenn., and in West Cookeville and being Lots No. 1 and 2 and the south half of Lot No. 3 and being altogether 150 feet north and south and 140 feet east and west as surveyed and platted by R. J. Moscrip on June 4th, 1888, which is registered. Terms of Sale: One-third cash on date of sale, remainder on a credit of one and two years, with interest from date, and notes with good securities re quired; a lien retained for the purchase money. V. E. Bockman, 1-4 Clerk and Master. This 31st day of December, 1910. CHANCERY LAND SALE By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court of Putnam County, Tennessee, in the case of James Barnes, et al. vs. Abraham Barnes, et al, on Saturday the 4th day of February, 1911, at the courthouse door in Cookeville, Tennes see, I will sell to the highest bidder the following described tract of land, to wit: Situate and being in the First Civil District of Pntnam County, Tenn., and bounded as follows: Beginning on two blackjacks, the northeast corner of the J. M. Goodpasture (Cates) tract, and running south with said line 100 poles to a stake in the Walton road; thence north 80 degrees east with said road 46 poles to Henry Marchbank's (Cannon) line; thence north with his line to his northwest corner, passing it, in all 100 poles to two blackjacks; thence west 46 poles to the beginning, containing in all about 27 acras, but this boundary in cludes and ezcludes about three acres sold by Jack Barnes in his lifetime to Josh Holford and Frances Bohannon, leaving in this tract to be sold about 24 J acres, be the same more or less. Terms of Sale: 25 per cent, cash on day of sale, balance on a credit of six and twelve months, " and notes with good securities required; alien retained lor the purchase money. V. E. Bockman, 1-4 Clerk and Master. This 31st day of December, 1910. CHANCERY LAND SALE By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court of Putnam County, Tennessee, in the case of T. V. Robinson, administra tor, vs. Mollie Robinson, et al, on Sat urday, the 4th day of February, 1911, at the courthouse door in Cookeville, Tennessee, I will sell to the highest bidder the following described tract of land, to-wit: Situate in the Fourth Civil District of Putnam County, Tenn., and bounded as follows: On the north by the lands of the Eattland heirs, on the south by the lands of Thos. Simpson, on the east by the lands of William Cooper, and on the west by the lands of Will Randolph, containing 55 acres be the same more or less, and only a one-third undivided interest in said land will be sold, it be ing the interest formerly owued by Ri sen Robinson. Terms of Sale: 20 per cent, cash on day of sale, balance on a credit of six and twelve months, and notes with good securities required; alien retained for the purdhase money. V. E. Bockman, 1-4 Clerk and Master. This 31st day of December, 1910. The we tther feels a little spring-like. I. H. Beasley, of Brotherton, Route 1, made the Herald office a call Tuesday. LAND SALE In the County Court at Cookeville, Tenn. W. B. DOWELL VS. J. R. DOWELL ET AL. In obedience to a decree of the County Court at Cookeville made at the Decem ber term, 1910, in the above styled case, I will, on Monday, the 23rd day of Jan uary 1911, at Cookeville, in front of the Courthouse door in Cookeville, Tenn., at 1 o'clock p. m. sell to the highest and best bidder, .the property in said decree described, being a tract of land known as the Ruben A. Dowell, deceased, land lying and being in Seventh Civil Dis trict of Putnam Couuty, Tennessee, ad joining land of John Flyhnon the north; on the east by the lands of Elizabeth Lewis; on the south by the lands of J. S. Lewis; on the west by the lands of J. B. Welch, containing 39 and 84 sq. rd. acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE Said sale will be made on credit of six and twelve months, except one third cash of the purchase price and in bar of equity of redemption. Notes, drawing interest from day of sale, with good personal security, will be required of the purchaser, and a lien will be re tained on the property sold, as further security. This 21st day of Dec. 1910. W. O. Watson, Clerk and Com'r. J. B. Thompson, Solicitor. NOTICE The Cookeville National Bank, locat ed at Cookeville, in the State of Ten nessee, is closing up its affairs. . All note holders and others, creditors of said association, are hereby notified to present the notes- and other claims against the association for payment. J. WHITSON, President. Cookeville, Tenn., Nov. 14, 1910. nov 17-2mo LAND SALE In the County Court at Cookeville, Tenn. G. W. Thomas et al, vs. Jeff Her- RIN ET AL. In obedience to a decree of the Put nam County Com t at Cookeville, Tenn.. made at the January term, 1911, in the above styled case, I will, on the first Monday, the 6th day of February, 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., in front of the court house door in the town of Cookeville, Tennessee, sell to the highest and best bidden the property in said decree de scribed, being a trac?: of land known as a part of the E. J. Thomas lands, ly ing and being in the Eighth Civil Dis trict of Putnam County, Tennessee, ad joining lands of Martha Thomas ' life estate in said Thomas lands on the north, on the south by G. W. Thomas and Asberry Thomas, on the west by the aforesaid life estate, and on tha east by the lands of W. P. Crowder, deceased, containing 60 acres more cr less. terms of sale Said sale will be made on a credit of twelve and eighteen mohths. except one-fourth of the pnrchase price which will be paid in cash on day of sale, and bar of equity of redemption. Notes?., drawing interest from day of sale, with good personal secutity, will be required of the purchaser, and a lien will be re tained on the property sold, as further security. This third day of January. 1911. " W. O. Watson, Clerk and Commirsioner. Worth Bryant, Solicitor, 1-4 CHANCERY LAND SALE By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court of Putnam Chunty, Tennesseein the case of Bettie McDonald, et fJ, vs. Margaret McDonald, on Saturday, the 4th day of February, 1911, at the court- , house door in Cookeville, Tennesson, I will sell to the highest bidder the fol lowing described tract of land, to-wit: Situate and being in the Tvelfth Civ il District of Putnam County, Tenn., ,and bounded as follows: Beginning on ka small beech on top of the ridge in a conditional line between J. R. Wallace and Sam Young's farms and running west 97 J poles to a stake at the corner of the lot; thence south passing below the spring 51 poles to a stake in the south boundary line of said tract near the draw bars; thence east with the line of the grant 49 poles to a sugar tree; thence south with the calls of the grant 58 poles to an elm tree; thence south 20 degrees east 24 J poles to a hickory tree marked with a "W";. . thence east 72 poles to a sugar tree; thence north with the line of the Me , Kinley heirs 105 poles to a stake; thence west 37 poles to a stake on the top of the ridge; thence north 5 degrees east 24 poles to the beginning, containing 74 acres and 66 poles. Also another small parcel of land ad joining the above land: Beginning at s a rock near the branch and running in a northern direction 10 poles to a rok in the line of the heirs of Isaac Young deceased; thence in a westwardly direc tion to a stake at the branch; thence in a southern direction with the branch 52 poles to a stone near the branch ard near Press Young s draw bars; thenci to the corner of the original tract to the beginning and containing 3 acres. Said land having been rented for the year 1911 the sale will be subject to such renting, and the purchaser is to heve the rents accruing on said land for the year 1911. Terms of Sale: One-third cash on date of sale, remainder on one and two years time, with interest from date, and notes with goods-ecurities required; a lien retained for the purchase money. V. E. Bockman, 1-4 Clerb and Master. This 31st day of December. 1910. 25 cents a year for a county paper. Dr. D. Garf inkle's Eye Remedy in Cookeville This is to announce that I haye a full line of Dr. Garfinkle's Eye Remedy fur the cure of sore eyes, granulated eyelids, wa tery, itching; burning eyes, scums, wild ' hairs, pterygiums and cataracts. It cured hundreds of others -it may cure you, too. Try it. Will send it by mail anywhere in the United States on receipt of $1.00. Most respectfully yours, HENRY ALGOOD, Dgght Cookeville, Putnam C., Tenn. SMtSMMBsaJSJ fl i- I'