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Luther Moss won the prize for the best hemming. 1 Misses Silva and Lissie Moss of North Side River visited Miss ' Elmer, Oklahoma We arrived home June 3 at 8 p. m. Left Lancaster, Tenn., May .29 at 7:28 a. m.; arrived at Ft. Smith, Ark.; May 30 at3;30p. m.;atebreakfastMay29 withO.B. Florence By pee Saturday night. .Starnes and supper with our sis- Miss Lillie Birdwell of Gaines terat6:30 p.m.,9miles eastof Ft. boro visited Miss Birtie Spivey Smith, Ark. While at our sister's, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. N. Nance and family gave Fowler Bullock has quit his us a nice time as well as our sleeping on Sunday and is sprue- friends and relatives see. in Tennes- ing right up to a pretty Moss. R. W. Hall will preach at Sug- Tbe only' thing we regret is our ar Creek every third Sunday.. Tisit was so short we did not get -R. W. Harris went to Hilham to see all of our old friends and eat Saturday to preach Sunday. more of the nice grub. Tennessee Hello, you boys of Oilfield, and Arkansas people know how to Calif., are you coming home for make things pleasant for a visit- the 4th of July? -Blue Bell. or. We were glad to get to spend a few days with our parents , at Oookeville. We trust Mr. J. H. uarles has regained his health. We were glad to meet Mr. Wirt our editor, he is a nice gentleman and he, too, knows how to enter tain a western man; we also met .Mrs. Dahuff and found her a nice pleasant lady, social and kind. Of all the old friends we met, our hearts were made glad by meeting our old school teacher, Prof. S. B. Yeargan. Will say to the people on Long Branch and near Lancaster and Temperance Hall that we were .glaol to see you all, and were treat ed kindly by all, but sorry we did not get to see you all. Hello, Frank' Starnes, have you caught those fish yet? Bring me oyer about 10 lbs. when you get them caught. Grandpa Starnes, the boys want to go back and ride your horse some more. Mamie and Una Nance, feed the pony good, Howard and Joel will want to ride some more as Howard will have to find that brown calf. I wish the Herald and all friends and relatives much success and a happy life, and if we never meet any more on earth, I trust we will meet in Heaven. Harrison Starnes. ') 1 - ' Meagsville v The sick folks at this place are improving. Rev. Sid Rich delivered a very Davidson Our little village was intensely shocked yesterday, June 13, when the news spread of the ac cidental shooting of Bryan, the son ot boi MUligan. The boy 14 ysars old had gone to the house and was teasing his little brother who was about 3 years old and who had in his hand a harmless 22 calibre rifle and not knowing the gun was loaded snapped it at his brother, the bullet penetrating the head and he lived only a few hours. He m a was Duried today. The services held by the writer, j The bereav ed have the sympathy of all. A. C. Morgan. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, ec zema, salt rheum, any itching. Doan's Ointment. Your druggist sells it. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND In obedience to a decree of the Cir cuit Court of Putnam County at Cooke- vilie, lenn., made in the case of J. Jones vs. Vance Stamps, I will on Sat urday, July 15th, 1911, at 1 o'clock, in front of the courthouse door in the town of Cookeville, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the tract of land described in said decree, and levied on as the property of A. Stamps, wnicn levy and Doundary of land is in the words following:" Came to hand in due time, after dili gent search for .personal property defendants, I found none. I therefore levy this execution on all the right, ti tie. claim and interest the defendant Anderson Stamps, has in the following described tract or parcel of land, to wit: Situated and lying in the Second Civil District of Putnam County, Tenn. on the waters of Falling Water, and bounded as follows: Beginning on a rock in H. M. Nicholas' east boundary line, it being 10 poles north of his and said Stamps' dogwood corner. Thence north 11 degrees east 27J poles to stake. Thence north 50 degrees east 18 poles to a black walnut stump thence north 30 degrees east 27 poles to a stake near barn: thence east 10 de grees south 20$ poles to a stake; thence north o degrees east, crossing a creek 84 poles, to a stake in Josiah Brown' line; thence with said Brown's line east 44 poles to a stake and corner near the head of Brown's spring; thence south 90 poles to a rock corner with pointers thence east 20 poles to a. buckeye and dogwood; thence south 56 poles to a rock in east boundary line ot original tract; thence west to the beginning. containing 70 acres more or less, in eluding the family residence and all ap purtenances. Said land is levied on as the property of Anderson Stamps and subject to his homestead rights, the same being that part ot his farm set apart to him as a homestead in the case of ti. p. Whitson and others vs. An derson Stamps by T. B. Jackson, Put nam County Surveyor, A. J. Dudney and W. U. Maxwell as commissioners On the 2nd day of March, 1911, (See map of survey on file in said case) and I herewith return this levy with the pa pers to the Circuit (Jourtior condemna tion and order ot sale. This the 15th day of March, 1911. J. M. Loftis, Constable. This June 15, 1911. 25-28 A. L. Weeks, Sheriff. Monterey Quite a large crowd of people from different parts of the state were in our city yesterday, but the writer did not see them as she was' at her old accustomed job nursing the sick. Emmett Countiss and wife of Cookeville visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert King Sunday. aT yi -TT i m Mrs. ueo. vveicn, who was crippled by being thrown from a buggy two weeks ago, is able to walk on crutches. John Hall is very sick and not expected to recover. Mack Henry moved to Monte rey. tie nas charge ot the new rural route, Monterey, Route 2. jn. o. Beweu oi sparta was in interesting sermon here Sunday. Monterey Sunday and expects to Mrs. Amanda Wheat and son, mnvA to this nla snnn Lafe, entertained a few of their friends Sunday and among them were Misses Lura Moss and Mar tha and Willie Murphy, Messrs. JLuther Carr and Fowler Bullock and all seemed to" have enjoyed themselves. , .. Mrs. A. J. Murphy visited Mrs. Bedford Phillips Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Easton Spivey gave the young folks an apron party Saturday night. The ties were sold and boys drawee! for their aprons to hem; -and after i John Bagwell of Cookeville, Route 4 is visiting relatives here. Reba, Alpheus, is the name of the baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Albert King's born June 12. Thank you, dear readers, who speak of enjoying my letters to the Herald. Of late they are few and far between. As my time is so filled up with other duties I have but little time for letter writing. The Lord bless you all, I enjoy each of your letters very much. SHERIFF'S SALE OF, LAND In obedience,, to a judgment of the Circuit Court' oft Putnam County at Cookeville. Tenn. , made in t'he case of Epperson. Harp, Pointer & Co. vs. A. Stamps, I will on Saturday, July 15th, 1911, at 1 o clock, in front ot the court house door in the town of Cookeville, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, the tract of land describ ed in said decree, and levied on as the property of A. Stamps, which levy and boundary of land is in the words follow me: This execution came to hand in due time and after making diligent search 1 hnd no personal property of the de f endant in my county. I therefore levy this execution on all the right, title and interest the defendant, Anderson StamDS. has in and to the following de scribed tract of land in the Second Civ il District of Putnam County, Tenn., and bounded as follows: On the north by Pinkston, east by Holman, south by Clark, and west by Nicholas, containing 137 acres more or less, subjact to four former levies here tofore made on said land, one Whitson Bros. vs. defendant; two H. D. Whit- son et ais against aeienaant; ana one J. G. Jones against Vance Stamps et als, as appears in the proceedings here tofore filed in this court. 'The above tract of land has heretofore been lev ied upon and commissioners appointed who have duly set apart the homestead as reported in the case of H. D. Whit- son et ais against a. stamps, mis is duly levied upon the lands outside-the homestead, subject to the executions levied in the two cases of H. D. Whit son et als, and on the homestead, sub ject to the homestead rights of the de fendant and also subject to the execu tion of Whitson Bros, and that of J. G. Jones against Vance Stamps et als. This the 2Uth day ot Marcn, ism. M. Langford, Constable. This June 15, 1911. 25-28 A. L Weeks. Sheriff. . SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND In obedience to a decree of the Cir cuit Court of Putnam County at Cooke ville, Tenn., made in the case of Ger man Fire Insurance Co. vs. O. C. Jern igan, I will on Saturday, July 15th, 1911, at 1 o'clock, in front of the courthouse door in the town of Cookeville, sell to the highest and best bjdder for cash in hand, the tract of land described in said decree, and levied on as the property of O. C. Jernigan, which levy and boundary of land is in the words fol lowing: Came to hand the same day as issued and a careful and diligent search made. No personal property found on which to levy this fifa. I therefore levy the same on the following described tract or parcel of land, to-wit: Lying in the Sixth Civil District of Putnam County, Tenn., and bounded as follows: On, the north by J. E. Bilbrey, south by T. C. R. R.. right of way, on the west by J. E. Bilbrey, on the east by J. E. Bil brey, and containing 1 acre more or less, and being the lot where O. C. Jernigan now lives,, levied on as the property of the defendant, O. C. Jerni gan, and to satisfy the within describ ed judgment and costs, and I return the same to Circuit Court for condem nation and sale. This 12th day of Nov., 1910. J. M. Loftis, Constable. This June 15, 1911. 25-28 A. L. Weeks, Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LANp In obedience to a decree of the Cir cuit Court of Putnam County at Cooke ville, Tenn.. made in the case of Her man Bros., Lindaur & Co., vs. Wynne F. Clouse, I will on Saturday, July 15, 1911, at 1 o'clock, in front of the court house door in the town of Cookeville, Tenn.. sell to the highest and best bid der for cash in hand, the tract of land described in said decree, and levied on as lands of W. F. Clouse, which lew and description are as follows: Uame to hand the same day issued. and having made diligent search, and there being no personal property of W. F. Clouse to be found in my county to satisfy this fifa, or any part thereof, I levy the same on the following house and lot in the town of Monterey, being Lots 27 to 32 inclusive, Block 14. in the plat of said town, which is registered in the Register's office at Cookeville, and fully described in Book Z, page 427 of the Register's office at Cookeville. levied on as property of W. F. Clouse. This 23d day of September, 1909. W. M. Watson, Constable. This June 15, 1911. 25-28 A. L. Weeks, Sheriff. 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