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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, March 23, 1911, Image 7

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All Work is Fully Guaranteed
Gibson Building, Down Stairs
Phone at Office and Residence
Tennessee Central R. R
Passenger Train Schedule at Cookeville
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
Circuit court will convene next Mon
day. '
Tuesday being the 21st, Spring was
officially ushered in. ,
ii. W. ruquay ot bumner county is
in the city on a visit.
Second hand buggy and harness for
sale cheap by A. Algood.
Keep an ye on Cookeville, the
tropolis of the mountains.
Taylor Bilbrey paid $200 for a Young
Donald year old past filley.
S. S. Chisholm made a trip to Wil
der Tuesday on legal business. ,
Buy a pair of Stacy Adams and Cros-
sette Oxfords, at Whitson Bros
P. C. Farley and H. D. Whitson have
retuned from their western trip. '
Sheriff A. L. Weeks is somewhat im
proved, after a run of pneumonia.
Whitson Bros., announce their Spring
opening in this issue of the Herald.
We have a few fresh cows for sale.
Bussell Bros. & Co. of Algood are run
ning a special sale with daily auctions.
Sample ' pants at wholesale
cost at Tom Lowe's Sample Store.
A. A. MBrtm was onerea siou tor a
Young Donald filley colt under 1 year old.
Go to Morgan Produce Co., for the
best flour. Made of western wheat.
R. L. Maddux has gone to Altus,
Okla., with a view of growing up with
the country.
M. R. Stout, who recently returned
from Park Hill, Okla.. to this county is
visiting Lee. Daws.
Mrs. B. C. Jones returned from
Double Springs Wednesday after spend
ing a few days there.
Millinery and Dress Goods opening
next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day at Whitson Bros.
Regular $1.00 shirts 75c; 50c
shirts 38c; 25c shirts 19c at Tom
Lowe's Sample Store.
You will make no mistake if you take
your poultry to Morgan Produce Co.,
and buy your flour of them.
Mrs. J. A. Wright has returned to
St. Louis after 'a visit with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Reagan.
Banner Self Rising Flour saves half
the lard, makes better bread and is the
most wholsome on the market.
Mrs. J. M. Hatfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Turner Price, and Mis3es Etta Officer
and Ova Welch, of Monterey attended
the Art Exhibit at Nashville. '
Wm. McClain left Monday for Glas
gow, Mont, and if the" country suits
him will move his family there.
J. B. Ray of Bilbry was in the city
Monday and sends the Herald to his
sister, Mrs. Lena Patton of Halls, Tenn.
Young Donald's colts bring the top
prices, therefore he has always been
highly esteemed and liberally patronized
Col. C. U. Whitney arid Miss Gertrude
Whitney left Monday for Camp Walton
Florida, where they will stay for some
A new line of sample shoes and
slippers for men, women and
children at Tom Lowe's Sample
1 See or write the Singer man and he
will .deliver one at your door on ap
proval. Ask your neighbor who has a
Chas. D. Hinds sets forth the merit3
of his successful catarrh remedy on an
other page and invites sufferers to try
a bottle.
G. G. West of Cimarron, Ka, is
visiting his brother, J. C. West of this
city. He has been in the west about
eight years.
Young man, take a look at some of
those Lyndenthal suits. You find more
style and snap in these than any other
make, at Whitson Bros.
Don't fail to see my Young Donald
stallion and two Morgan jacks before
breeding elsewhere as they are of the
best. H. D. Whitson.
A. J. Chisholm, well known in Cooke
ville, is now conducting a business m
Oakland, Cal., under the firm name of
The Chisholm Piano Co.
Morgan Produce Co., opened the
poultry season this week by buying a
carload of hens at HJc, Look out for
better prices next week.
SEEDS Onion sets 15c a gal
lon. Seed Northern White Ele
phant and Early Rose potatoes
cheap at J. ,W. Gillem's.
W. C. Cooper of Oak Hill tells of his
splendid stock and low prices in this pa
per. He has the goods and invites the
public to inspect them carefully.
No milk, no soda, no salt just cold
water and a small portion of lard with
Banner Self Rising Flour and you have
the best buscuits on earth. Try it.
The old saying that it never rains
without pouring is illustrated by the ad
vertisers in the Herald this week. Read
them all they are for your benefit.
P. M. Smith invites the attention of
the public to adv. he has in this paper.
He has a complete line of merchandise
and invites you to drop in and see, him.
Pincus Bros, take a page this week to
announce tneir annual spring opening
sale. Their store is always an attrac
tive one and especially so at this sea
We are glad
to state that Robt.
sufficiently recovered
sickness so as to be
hands with his many
Greenwood has
from his recent
out and snake
Lost A Knights Templar Masonic
watch charm was lost Monday in town
or on a fox hunt in the country. Find
er please return to the Herald office for
Get a sack of Banner Self Rising
Flour and thus save 40c to 50c per sack
and have better bread, of your money
returned. Cedar City Mills,
Lebanon, Tenn.
Seeds! Seeds! Loose Beet, Sun
flower, Broom Corn, Pop Corn
and Lady Peas cheap at J. W.
Jenkins & Darwin Bros, tell abou
their store, with special reference to
spring goods and millinery in a page ad.
this week. It will be worth while to
read what they say.
Banner Self Rising Flour is sold un
der the pure food law; the . leavening
power being pure phosphate makes it
one of the most wholesome foods that
the sy&tem could take.
I. D. Pedigo of Algood takes space in
the Herald this week to put before the
public the fact that he has a fine stock
of seasonable goods and offers them at
low prices. Investigate.
If it's a sewing machine you want
why not buy a Singer, on long time,
easy terms and payments. Everybody
is satisfied that has a Singer. J. M.
Judd, Salesman, Cookeville, Tenn.
6 5c papers Ferry's or Cros
man s Seeds 25c. 3 10c papers
25c. Loose October, Kentucky
Wonder and Red Valentine
bean seed cheap at J. W. Gil
Ladies, you can't afford to miss the
great display of Spring Hats, Dress
Goods, Notions etc. next Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday. Miss Isbell and
Mrs. Jared will be greatly disappoint
ed if you don't come. Whitson Bros.
Services at the M. E. Church
The services at the Methodist church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock will be in
the form of a thanks service, under the
auspices of the Ladies Aid - Society of
the church. Several special Songs have
been selected and the opportunity to
help pay off the indebtedness on the
church will be given to all who are in
terested. The evening service will be evange
listic in character and will be held by
the pastor, Rev. W. E. Doss, whose
subject of discussion will be "The
Wages of Sin." Everybody is invited
to come and help make this an extra
good service.
Election Notice
By virtue of the power vested in me
under Chapter 542 of the Acts of the
General Assembly of the State of Ten
nessee, passed April 15, 1903, I, F. E.
Collier Recorder of the Town of Cooke
ville, Tenn., hereby call an election to
be held at the various voting places in
said town on the 27th day of April, 1911,
it being the 4th Thursday in said month,
far the purpose of electing a Mayor and
Constable for the Town at large and six
Aldermen, two from each of the three
Given under my hand, this March, 9,
1911. F. E. Collier,
Market Report
The following prices art being paiuuy
Cookeville dealers today:
Eggs, per dozen.. 12:
Hens, per pound . 11c
Roosters, each ... 15c
Turkeys, per pound... ... 10c
Ducks, per pound 10c
Green Hides, per pound... 7c.
I hereby announce as a candidate for
Constable for the town of Cookeville at
the election on April 27, and respect
fully solicit the support of the voters.
- " J, W. Hughes.
We are authoriz3d to announce John
Burton as a earlid ite for for Constable
at the city election on April 27. 1
Absolutely Pure
The only baking powder
made from Royal Crapo
Cream of Tartar
Drs. Breeding and West will lecture
on the hookworm in this city on the
night of March 31. The lecture will be
free and the public is urged to attend.
A stockholders meeting of the Home
Telephone Company of Cookeville is
hereby called to meet at the central
office in Cookeville on Saturday, April
the first, at 10 a. m. All stockholders,
directors and officers of said compaay
are urgently requested to be present as
important matters will be considered
and acted upon at said date.
T. B. Jackson, President.
J. N. King, Secretary.
Registration of Voters
On account of the approaching City
election, the registration books for the
First Civil district of Putnam County
will be open at the courthouse In Cooke
ville, on Thursday, Friday and Satur
day, April 6th, 7th and 8th, 1911, for
the purpose of giving those voters who
have not done so, an opportunity to
register. Thi March 22, 1911.
E. H. Boyd, Chairman,
W. R. Carlen, Secretary,
S. D. Davis.
Board of Election Commissioners for
Putnam County.
Special Election
A special election is hereby, ordered
to' be held on Saturday, April 1, 1911,
at the regular precinct in the Fourth
Civil district of Putnam county, Tenn.,
for the purpose of electing a Constable
to fill the unexpired term of L. S. Shir
ley, resigned.
The following officers are hereby-appointed
to open said election and prop
er returns make o'f the same as the law
Officer, James S. Robinson. Clerks,
G. M. Johnson and W. T. Elrod.
Judges, J. D. Henry, Frank Henry
and James Henry. This March 18, 1911.
E. H. Boyd. Chairman,
W. R. Carlen, Secretary,
S. D. Davis.
Board of Election Commissioners for
Putnan County.
Frcm prizs-winning stock
For sale at 50 cents per setting of 16
Mrs. II. L. Terry, .
Route 3 Cookeville, Tenn.

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