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Dr. G. N.GUTHRIE, Jr.
DENTIST All Work is Fully Guarantee Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, - TENN. Tennessee Central R. R. Passenger Train Schedule at Cookeville WESTBOUND No. 1.3:10 p.m. No. 3.2:54 a. m. No. 5.6:43 a.m. EAST BOUND No. 2 12:13p.m. No. 4 12:56a.m. No. 6.7:20 p.m. J. 0. Holladay went to Monterey Monday on business. Gen. John T. Wilder of Knoxville was , here Monday on business. Rev. W. E. Doss preached at Syca more last Sunday afternoon. Clay and Smith Reeves of Gaine3boro were in this city Monday night. Remember the excursion to Monterey next Sunday 40c for round trip. J. W. Huerhes wants lat cattle and hogs and will buy them any day. If subscribers fail to get the Herald , please report at the office at once. Miss Gertrude Whitney is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Snodgrass, at Cross- ville. Mrs. Oscar Grisham of near Granville is visiting friends and relatives at this place. Mr. Robert Pryor of near Baxter, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Robt. Peek,' lias returned home. J as. F. rord, government tide in spector, came down from Livingston Friday for a visit with his family. Thos. Mason, cashier of the First National Bank, has returned from a visit to. his parents in DeKalb County. Prof. T. K. Sisk and family are at Favetteville. where Mr. Sisk is an in structor in the state institute for teach ers. Miss Martha Rice of White County made the Herald a call on Monday and sends the paper to two uncles in Ken tucky. Epperson, Harp, Pointer & Co. of Algood. take a page ad. this week to announce their annual June sale. Read it, please. r - Mayor John B. Dow is attending the meeting of the grand lodge of Knights of Pythias at Ovoca, as representative from Lily lodge, The regular June term of Chancery PAii.f ia hairiv h Tnrl era W W Draper, who is serving during the sick ness of Chancellor Roberts. Wi W. Brown lost a pair of gold bow spectacles Sunday night, June 4, be tween the Christian Church and his home. Finder please return. The barn of James Young in the 12th district was burned Monday night with a loss of $2,500. Another barn was burned on his farm about a year ago. Mrs. Norman Massa and little son, son, Clifford, made us a call Tuesday. Mrs. Massa subscribed for S. G. Pres ley and W. V. Massa, both of Haviland, Kas. '-vv- - : :;" ". ; ' -Pincus Bros, are conducting a sale in which prices are cut so low : that one can afford to buy at leasr a few things. Seetheir page ad. and then hie yourself t their store and lodk in to matters. - . i Lewis and Solon Johnson of Silver Point were here Saturday. They travel for the Union Nursery Co. and have just returned from a successful trip in Kentucky. Silver purse lost Thursday on Sparta pike between Miah Whitson's and the fairgrounds. Engraved with initials E. H. S. Finder please return to Herald office and receive reward. - There was not a quorum present at the regular meeting of the aldermen Monday night. Aldermen South, Scott and Crawford were absent. The board will meet next Saturday night. Mrs. J. A. Epperson of Algood left on Monday for Laurens, South Carolina, to visit her sister, Mrs.. Lucas. She was accompanied by her daughter, Miss Elise, and Miss Clara Cox of this city. Does your child have a bank account? Would it not be a step in the right di rection to encourage the boy or girl to save? You can start them out with one dollar at our bank. First National Bank. A change has been made in the sche dule of passenger taains on the T. C, tne only one ot consequence being in the shopping train, which leaves Cooke ville at 6:43 in the morning and at 7:20 at night. See time. card. Services will be held at the Methodist Church next Sunday and Sunday night, conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. Doss. The morning discourse will be on the "Parable of the Talents." All are invited to attend the services. .-, - The delinquent tax list for Putnam County appears in the Herald this week. The charge for printing is $22.40. Last year another paper printed the list and presented a bill of $296. The Herald charges the full legal rate. Comment is unnecessary. Dr. and Mrs. G. N. Guthrie and Mrs. r. m. &mitn leave Saturday morning for about a ten days trip to Buffalo. N. Y.. and other eastern points. Dr. Guth rie will attend the head camp of the M. W. A., which convenes at Buffalo next week, as one of Tennessee's delegates. Ed L. Ferrell returned from Terre name, ina., on Monaay, and is now a TT aT1 1 full-pledged civil engineer, having tak en a four year course in Rose Poly tech nic insuiuie. Mr. x erreu is a young T . A A . A T- man of whom we are proud, and having graduated from one of the best schools in the country, will no doubt rapidly climb the ladder of success in his chosen profession. , wanted unestnut coruwood, green or deadened. Write Union Tanning Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. - 22-4 tpd ouuge xi. i. iampDeu ox ..Bristol is T 1 T rr - i it - attending Chancery Court here. Mrs. J. T. Price and children are vis iting in Columbia and Culleoka. Lee Daws has sold a house and lot in WestCookeville to M. R. Stout. Miss Vallie Boyd, whq graduated last week from Peabodv College and the University of Nashville,, has returned home ... Mr. Will M. Bryant of Chestnut Mound and Miss Eva Bush of this city were married Wednesday night, . Rev. W. E: Doss performing the r ceremony. Gold Watch Contest Z. T. Hinds will start a contest on June 26 in which the lady get-J ting the most votes will be given a gold watch, and the second one" in the contest a gold pen. . Delinquent Taxpayers Take Notice On the first Monday in July next, a the Courthouse. door in Cookeville, Ten nessee, I will offer at public sale all the real estate belonging to delinquent tax payers of Putnam County for the year 1910. The following is a list of such delinquents, the district in which the property is situated, and thf number o acres in eacn tract. - -" FIRST DISTRICT ... - NAME - ACRES Apple, C. S.'....... ...........Lot Apple, Thurston;.... Lot Adcock, B. G., (Griffin Smith) .....Lot Allen, iJarlow. ........ ..... Bryant, M. R ...... 2 lots Barnes, Jim (col.) 25 Farley, Will, (col.) ... 2 Hyder, 11 amp Lot Haws, W. P .. 40 Moscrip, R. J. 2 lots Smith & Dyer.. .. 5iots Stewart, W. L. ...... . SO Sacrey, W;M.--- - 10 SECOND DISTRICT Jesse Bell Heirs ..100 THIRD DISTRICT Cleghorn, I. M, .......100 FOURTH DISTRICT Bumbalough, J. T...... .......100 Derossett. Patsey... ....:. .. 2 tinley, Thomas. I............. 30 Goodson, R; B. ............. .... .410 Nunley, A. L..................... 25 Riley, E. G. 200 Suttles Heirs ........ 55 SIXTH DISTRICT Byers, L. L. ........ ...... .110 SEVENTH DISTRICT Altdoerffer, A. (1909):........... ..200 Bussell, Hance .... . ...Lot Barbery, R. B. 42 Barbery, K. B. 42 BarbervrR. B. ... 70 James Farley, Administrator.. 67 V " 90 80 39 ,. 30 40 67 53 .........Lot ...Lot Lot .....Lot Hall, Joe... Jernigan, O. C ..... Steakley, W. C. Stewart, Preston EIGHTH DISTRICT Alcorn &-Burgess 35 Bradford, Thomas 15 Cole, T. E. 35 Cole, E. W... ...;J5 Cole, L. J..... .;. S D avis, M. S. .. . 100 Elrod, Mrs. A. D.. ........ ..'.......100 Heron, P. M 75 Hickey, Jim . ..... 2 Hickey, Martha.. 75 Hedgecough, A. R. 14 Hutchins, J. C 7 C. C. Robinson Heirs .:. 4 Whitehead, A. S. ............... ....100 Whitehead, A. S 110 THIRTEENTH DISTRICT Sam Smith Heirs 1J FOURTEENTH DISTRICT Ledbetter, A. D.. 7 Monterey Coal Co .... ....845 Stevens, Marion lots SIXTEENTH DISTRICT . J ackson, Sam. ......... . . 160 Lafever, W. T. 1 Lee, W. L, 4 SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT Brown, L. L. 21 46 ... 4 ... 2 EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT Harvell, B. F. Hal', Joe :...........--.... Half acre. Jim ............ Murray. Jane...... .....Lot Roberson, W. W., Trustee. 45 Russell, Sallie Lot Shumake,. S. M. .. 4 Shumake, S. M. ...2 lots Tilley. W. F Lot Thomas, W. S .. 8 NINETEENTH DISTRICT Darty, Oce Martin, P. L. . . . -U-.... . . . '.Lot . ... .4 4 2 r.2 lots ....Lot ....Lot on said TWENTIETH DISTRICT ; Baxter Lumber Co. '.L........1 Daws, Lee...-.: Elrod, Leander..........i.-. Gentry, A. & R. B. .. .. . Agnes Gentry Heirs -Vtii;.. Williams, John If said sale is not completed first Monday in July, the same will coc-r Hakes Homo Caking Eaoj Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powder tnatfo from Royal Crspo Cream of Tartar l.'Q ALU.'.l.CO LIME PHOSPHATE tinue from day to day until completed. June 13, 1911. O. N. Draper, Trustc6 Publication fee $22.40 24-6 .: LAND SALE ' -:C -" In County Court at Cookeville, Tenn. R. C. Boatman, Administrator, et al., va IMA rBH of al In obedience to a decree of the Coun ty Court at Cookeville, made at the March term, 1911. in the above styled case, l will, on baturday, the 1st dav of July, 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m. in front of the depot at Algood; Tenn., sell to the highest and best bidder, the property in said decree described, being a house and Jot known as the W. li. Carr, deceased. home place, lying and being in the 19th Civil District of Putnam County, Ten nessee, adjoining the lands of Ed Can non on the east, Graham on the south, by Streets on the west and north, con- earning one acre more or less. , TERMS OF SALE " - . Said sale will be made on a credit of six, twelve and eighteen months, ex cept 20 per cent. cash, to be paid on day of sale, and in bar of equity of re-demption.-Notes,' drawing interest from day of sale, with good personal security, will be required of the purchaser, and a lien will be retained on the property sold, as further security. This 8th day of June, 1911. , - W. O. Watson, Clerk and Commissioner. Algood & FinleY, Solicitors. 23-26 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS A THEATRICAL CAREER WITHIN GRASP. I will teach you by mail the practical reauisitea of being an actor; hence assisting you to an en. ,. gaerement. Write for free booklet 'Heart to Heart Talk." Ronayne's Theatrical Exchange. 81 North Ashland St, Buffalo. N. Y. 23-26 LADIES make supporters. $12.00 per 100: no canvassing; material furnished. Stamped envel. ope for particulars. Wabash Supply Co., Dept. S. W., Chicago. - 23-26 Pedigo-Shores Miss Mollie Shores, of this city and Mr. Garfield Pedigo of St. Louis were quietly married at the Duke House on Monday morning, Elder E. A. El am of ebanon officiating, and left on the 6:30 train for Northern points. J Mr. Pedigo travels for the Brown Shoe Co. The bride has resided in Cookeville for several years and is ad mired bv all. Mr. and Mrs. Pedigo will reside in New Orleans. Feel lapguid, weak, run down? Head' ache? Stomach off Just a plain case of lazy liter! Burdock Blood Bitters tones the liver and stomach, promoted digestion, purifies the blood. The Modern Woodmen of 'this city . will run an excursion to Carthage where the crowd will board a steamboat for a day's trip on tlie Cumberland River.