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VOLUME IX.
COOKKVILLE, TESXFSSEE, TIIUKSDAY, MAWM !) 1:.I 1.
NUMBER 10.
PUTMAM
COIM
Mt. View Lodge, No. 17&, I. O. 0. F.
held a splendid meeting on JV-arth 4th,
1911, Jas. M. Haynes, N. G. piesiding,
with some twenty or more brothers in
attendance. Quite a lot of iou tine bus
iness was disposed of.
Bro. R. F. Pippin was repoited no
better. Gro. E. D. Staley was reported
Btill seriously bad off. Bro. H. D. iVic
Culley was reported convalesent.
The initiatory was conferred upon one
applicant. One petition lor transfer
was duly elected. One petition for in
itiatory degree was presented, read aad
referred to an investigating committee
A committee on program of celebration
of the 92nd anniversary of the order,
April 26th was appointed.
The prospects of the re-organization
of the Rebekah Lodge on the 10th inst
are very favorable. The call lor pre
liminary meeting on the 1st inst.. no
withstanding the bad weather, was very
well attended. Dr. J. R. Harwell,
Grand Secretary, made a splendid talk
on the Rebekah Lodge etc., after which
Borne 30 gave their names for enrol
ment as charter members; light re
freshments were served al ter the meet
ing was adjourned to the 10th inst. at
which time permanent organization will
be effected. All eligibles are coraially
invited to attend.
On March 1st a called meeting was
held in the lodge hall for the purpose of
organizing a Rebekah Lodge. Some
75 or 100 eligibles were in attendance.
The following program was observed.
Music by male quartet, Messrs. Barn
es, Hamilton, Pendergrass and Wall.
Prayer by Bro W. L. Ray.
Introductory remarks by Bro. V.
Bockman.
Five minute talk by L. R. McClain.
Music, duet by Mr. Barnes and Mrs
Hu.hes.
Address by Dr. J. R. Harwell, Grand
Secretary, I. O. O. P. -
Solicitation of membership by Bros.
W. A. Crawford, F. E. Collier. G. W.
Stevens and H. M. Hughes.
Refreshments were then served by
Bros. A. L. Brogdon, F. E. Collier, L.
D. Bockman, F. R. Bowden. G. W.
Stevens and Dow Ballard.
Music, duet by Misses Sims and Mc
Cluen. Dismissed by Bro. A. N. Bowden,
Chaplain.
The evening was well and agreeably
spent. The prospects for a Rebekah
Lodge are regarded as very good. A
much larger attendance would have
been had the weatner been favorable.
A meeting will be held by the eligibles
on the 10th inst. for organization of
Rebekah Lodge.
Jere Whitson Hardware Co. succeeds
Whitson & Barnes Hardware Co.
Pierian Club
A kind of presentiment that some
thing good was going to happen was in
the Pierian air on the afternoon of
Wednesday, March 1st, so, at the hour
appointed, a goodly number have gath
ered in the parlors of the Wilson home.
After the. routine of roll-call business
was attended to. Mrs. Baxter tutned
'the meeting over to the leaders, Mrs.
Dorman and Mrs. Gregory. After an
interesting discussion of Johnson's Lon-
oon, Lichfield, that quaint old Engli.-h
Cathedral, was taken up, Mrs. Gregory
handling the subject in her masterly
way, Mrs. Hughes delighted the crowd
with two vocal solos.
Mrs. Hamilton Wilson, sistev of the
hostess, was the guest of the i'ay; be
sides, several members, who have been
absent some time, were present. So
while the hostess served an elaborate
ice com so, with merry chatter the so
cial hour passed all too quickly.
The club adjourned to meet with Mrs.
Algood on Wednesday, March 8ih.
Reporter.
Be sure you read the big advertise
ment of Jere Whitson Hardware Co. in
this issue.
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NEITHER
5
Route 7
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bennett visited
Noah Lawson tnd wife Sunday.
Marion Edmonds' child is very sick.
Mrs. Ace Jackson died a few days
ago.
T. B. Langford says he has six boys
at his house.
Come on with the news, Lola Lee
West. We sure do enjoy reading your
letters
Wake up, Mrs. Dahuff and give us
the news. We miss your pieces very
much and hope to see a letter from you
this week.
Mrs. Jane Masters is very poorly at
this writing.
I would like to see a letter in the
Herald from Mre. O. H. Poston.
Jim Hall visited at t S. E. Bennett's
Sunday.
borne one please give in the news
from Ivy Hill.
Hello, Cousin Myrtle Lee I would like
to see a letter from you.
D. S. of Ark., send in another letter.
I think we were once little playmates.
Here comes a quarter for which please
send me the Herald one year.
Happy Girl.
r M Jit
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For a mild, easy action of the bowels
single dose of Doan's Regulets is
enough. Treatment cures habitual con
stipation. 25 cents a box. Ask your
druggist for them.
Notice to Taxpayers
All taxes not paid at once will
be put in hands of an officer for
collection. This is a provision of
aw. I hope every person in the
county will pay their taxes and
save the penalty and cost.
O. N. Draper, Trustee.
Notice to Teachers
All teachers of public schools
are required by law to send in an
abstract from the register for the
entire term taught. This i3 im
portant as the county Superin
tendent can not make his report
until this is done. Please do thk
at once. Respectfully,
J. M. Hatfield,
County Supt.
For Sale
A fine refrigerator used two
months at a bargain, 125 lb. ca
pacity. S. H. Young.
e o w 3
When you have earned your money, don't let it slip away from you;
ten here, twer ty there, a hundred somewhere lse, soon make a thous
and dollars. We offer you our bank as a safe place in which to deposit
your money. We are always glad to take care of those who wish to
open a bank account. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cookeville, Tenn.
V
Capital Double that of Any Other Bank in Putnam County
UNDER DIRECT CONTROL OF THE U. S. GOVERNMENT
, T. Anderson, 1
President
Thos. Mason,
Cashier
Gid H. Lowe,
Vice President
J. R. Douglass,
Vice President
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Dividing With Bill.
A good old preacher who lives in a
small town down in Indiana received
au Invitation a few days ago to travel
several miles into the country for the
purpose of performing a marriage
service. Being too feeble to go on
foot and having no funds with which
to hire a conveyance, the reverend
gentleman was somewhat perplexed
until he happened to think of Bill
Haines, the proprietor of the local
livery stable. lie called on Bill and
mentioned the fact that a young man
and a fair maiden were waiting far
from the madding throng to be joined
in the holy bonds of wedlock, and Bill,
being a man of keen preception, re
plied: "I allow you'd like to get a horse and
buggy to take you out there?"
"I had an Idea that it would be a
fine thing If you could help me in that
way. I'll tell you what I'll do. Wil
liam. If you will let me have one of
your rigs. I'll divide what I get with
you when I return."
"All right." said Bill, "that's a go."
The parson was accordingly provided
with a horse and buggy, and be drove
away. When he got back, covered
with dust and considerably fatigued,
he climbed out of the buggy and.
handing the reins to BUI Haines, said:
"William. I thank you five hundred
times."
"1 thought you was goin to divide
with me." Bill answered.
"I am doing so. When I had pro
nounced them man and wife the groom
offered me a thousand thanks." Chi
cago Kecord-Heraid.
Jas. F. Ford came down from
Livingston Friday and returned
on Sunday.
Wllliamsport
Where if Mrs. Mollie Dahuff? Come
on with your letters as we all like to
read them.
What has become of G. B. Davis.
Ada, Okla.? I have not read a letter
from him in a long time.
I was glad to see a letter from Obey4
City and Mayland.
It seems that the writer is gona from
Brotherton as we haven't had any news
from there lately.
Middle Tennessee Railroad is moving
business fine, and the first train passed
over Snow Creek bridge on March 4,
1911, engine No. 10.
Frank Craig and Mrs. E. F. Davis .
went fishing last night in Duck River
and caught several nice fish. J. H. S.
Rickman, Route 1
The Warren Brothers have
been teaching an interesting sing
ing at Oak Hill Institute. Every
body is highly pleased with the.
progress that was made.
W. C. Cooper of Oak Hill has;
just returned from Nashville.,
where he has been, buying new
goods for the spring season.
T. J. Stewart has enlarged hist
stock of goods.
E. W. Christian is having quite
a large amount of timber cut in
to lumber.
C. P. Maxwell and family will
leave to make their home in ster
ling, Colo., soon.
Smith & Marlow are putting!!
a new saw mill at the Burrett;.
mill. Sallie.

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