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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 EAST BOUND No. 1.3:28 p.m. No. 3.2:50 a.m. No. 5.6:30 a.m. No. 212:13p.m. No. 4.1:07 a.m. No. 6.7:59 p.m. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 6 o Sheriff A. L. Weeks is very sick with pneumonia. If you need kindling wood call the Cookeville Veneer Co. J. W. Hughes went to Liying ston Tuesday on business. J. C. Chaffin, Trustee of Jack son County, was in city today. H. D. Whitson and P. C. Far ley are in Oklahoma on business. Miss Clara Morgan left Friday for a visit to Monterey and Cook Place. Charlie Elrod came up from Chestnut Mound and spent Sun day in town. Prof. W. B. Boyd will speak at the Christian Church Sunday morning at eleven. Jacob H. Davis of Route 5 was in town Wednesday and paid the Herald office a call. Attention is directed to the statement of the First National Bank printed in this issue. J. Arnold of this city has been elected Grand King of the Royal Arch Mason3 of Tennessee. V. H. Wheeler of Granville, who is engaged in buying tobac co, was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Florence E. Adkins, W. C. T. U. national lecturer, spoke at the M. E. Church last Sunday afternoon. A big shipment of Dr. Hess' stock and poultry, powders just received from the factory at Z. T. Hinds' Drug-store. S. W. Stamps of Brotherton, Route 1 was in to see us today and had the Herald sent to J. W. Brown, Burke, Tenn. Miss Gertie Denny is employed by Jenkins & Darwin Bros, as sales lady and solicits the pat ronage of all her friends. Wm. H. Slagle died at his home a few miles south of Cookeville last Saturday, March 4, 1911, aged about 83 years. He was buried at Lovelady Sunday even ing. He was the father of John Slagle of this city. Twenty cents in postage stamps sent me will bring to your mail box a package of the best cold tablets you ever saw. Z. T. Hinds. G. W. Jaquess was shocked by lightning Tuesday evening. He was standing under ari electric light in Smith & Davis' hardware store. Miss Ada Green has just re turned from Louisville and Cin cinnati, where she spent a month buying millinery for Jenkins & Darwin Bros. G. R. Glover has bought the grocery stock of John G. Duke and will continue the business in the Carlen building, north side of the square. The contract has been let for the brick work on the new col lege building in Cookeville, J. F. Scott of this city being the suc cessful bidder. Have just got in a car of Mich igan Clover and Timothy Mixed Hay. I f you want some real good hay try some of this. Pftone 79. Brogdon, Wirt & Co. Salesmen wanted to look after our .interest in Putnam and ad jacent counties. Salary or Com mission. Address Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, 0. Revenue officers captured two stills about 12 miles north of Cookeville last Friday night and arrested Lee Allen, who was bound over to court. From reports in the daily pa pers we understand congress has appropriated money to pay for the site of the United States Courthouse at Cookeville. R. A. Ballinger has resigned as secretary of the interior. He was forced out by public opinion against his policy of disposing of coal and mineral lands in Al- aska. M. H. Borden has genuine on ion skin paper for sale in both letter head and legal sizes. This paper is thin and made especially for use in making one or more copies. The 61st congress ended last Saturday at noon, and President Taft has called an extra session to meet April 4. Democrats will control the house in the 62nd congress. Dr. M. B. Capps of Livingston has been elected Most Illustrous Crand Master of the Royal and Select Masons of Tennessee and Harris Hatcher of Sparta, Depu ty Grand Master R. A. Elrod has' 'bought the soda water fountain of H. H. Haggard and opened for business in the building next to Jenkins & Darwin Bros. Hubert Elrod will have charge of the business. ' Mrs. John Schneider left Mon day for her home in Marshall, Minn. She was met at Nashville by her daughter, Miss Minnie, who accompanied her home. We have just received a car load offcCrab Grass Hay, fine for cows. See us before you buy. Phone 79. Brogdon, Wirt & Co. Preaching at the Methodist Church next Sunday morning and night. The subject of the morning service will be, "The Coming of- the Holy Spirit." Text' Jno. 16-7. The public is in vited. A heavy rain fell in this section Tuesday afternoon, accompanied by one of the fiercest hail storms ever known. Damage was done to buildings in some places. The hail would have ruined growing crops. Twenty thousand regular army troops rre being assembled in Texas" for maneuvers, is said, but some believe the revolution in Mexico is the cause of this un heard massing of troops in time of peace. John A. Countiss left his home north of town late Tuesday af ternoon to visit his son, who lives near, and failing to return home search was made for him. He was found about noon Wednes day not tar trom nome lying on the ground, helpless. He could not speak, so it could not be learned what happened. He was in his shirt sleeves and no doubt the exposure will result seriously even if he was not hurt or sud denly taken sick. HAS ffl SUBSTITUTE Willi Absolutely Pure Tho enjy haksng powtfes ntatfo from Royal Grs&o Cream of Tartar 110 AURMSO LIME PHOSPHATE Honor Roll Following are the names of students who won a place on the honor roll of the city school for Frebruary: Third Grade Bulah Maxwell, Dero Darwin, Silas Anderson, Myrtle Bockman, Sarah Daws, Lillie McGuffey, Dewey Story, Ada Apple, Grace Borden, Valley Carr, Robert Gibson, Emma Doyne Jenkins, Louise Hargis and Irene Medlen. Fourth Grade Louise Cox, Martha Daws, Dorothy Gregory and Sal lie VanHooser. Fifrh Grade Laura Corn well, Haskell Lollar and Johnie Webb. Sixth Grade-Valley Williams. Seventh Grade Clara Cox, Naomi Ensor and Willard Wirt. Eighth Grade Rettie Co wen and John Cummins. High School DeFord Van Hooser, Constance Gregory, Ves ta Mai Brown, Lola Hughes, An nie Mary Cummins, Leora Hud- dleston, Mary Lowe, Grace Rag land, Silas McGhee, Georgia Webb, Grady Hughes and Kate Allen VanHooser.. Bell Buzzard A bell buzzard ha3 paid our section a visit for several days. Prof. Z. H. Smith reports that he shot at the bird but failed to kill it. We would like to know where it was belled at. If anyone can give any in formation through the columns of the Herald, do so. Jay Carrington. Rutledge Smith has been ap pointed industrial agent for the Tennessee Central Railroad with headquarters in Nashville. No. 9667 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE First National Bank At Cookeville, in the State of Tennessee, at the close oi business, March 7, 1911. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ...$128,946.67 U.S. Bonds to secure circula tion 50,000.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds ... 580.00 Premiums on Stock 1,650.00 Bank ing house, Furniture, and Fixtures 4,800.00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 22,519.15 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies, and Savings Banks - 5,000.00 Due from approved Reserve Agents 3.980.58 Checks and other Cash Items 224.79 Notes of other National Banks J.000.00 Fractional Paper Currency. Nickels, and Cents 116.80 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Specie $14,886.00 Legal-tender notes. 1,600.00 16,486.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) 1,700.00 Total $237,003.99 ' liabilities Capital stock paid in ..$ 50,000.0 Surplus fund 500.00 Undivided Profits, less Ex penses and Taxes paid 1,51301 National Bank Notes out- standing 50,000.00 Due to other National Banks 6,000.00 Individual deposits subject to check 105,366.32 Time certificates of deposit.. 23,418.48 Cashier '3 checks outstanding 206.15 Total $237,003.99 Statk of Tennessee, County of Putnam, es: I, Thos. Mason, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and bt litf . Tuos. Mason, Csshier. Subscribed and sworn to before roe this 9ih day of March, 1911. L. M. Bullington, Notary Put lie. Corrpct-Attest: Z. T. HlNDS, J. R. TOUGLASS W. E. Kagla.nd, Directors.