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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. 1.3:10 p.m. No. 3.2:54 a.m. No. 5.6:43 a.m. No. 212:13p.m. No. 4 12:56a.m. No. 6.7:20 p.m. When hot and tired call at J. W. Gillem's for bottle Coca Cola, Pop of all kinds, Ice Cream and Cake 5c; north east corner of the square. Miss Delia Slagle is in the country this week. Nellie McCluen of Harriman is here with her father. Leo Ferrell of Lebanon has been here for several days. Mrs. Willis Dow and family .went to Monterey Sunday. J. W. Hughes went to Nashville on business last week. Mrs. Emma Baird of Nashville is visiting in this city. Miss Fdna Shirley, who has been sick for some time, is better. Mrs. . Bettie Wade, returned from Chestnut Mound this week. A splendid and much needed rain fell Saturday night and Sunday. When in town drop aronnd to Gillem's for Ice Cream and Cold Drinks. Felix A. Brown is able to sit up after a three weeks siege of sickness. Mrs. A. Wirt celebrated her 71st birthday anniversary last Friday. Miss Emma Mae Cleveland of Nash ville is visiting Miss Lucile Dolan." Misses Lee Allen and Sadie Jo Ford are the guests of Miss Flossie Jared. W. L. Ray has been sick for several days, but is reported as improving.- Dr. W. S. McClain is building a neat five-room bungalow in East iookeviiie. Dr. J. I. Allison of Bloomington Springs was in the city today on. busi ness. . Miss Ryan, a teacher in Boscobal College,,visited Miss Mary Jared this week. Mrs. A. Lee of Gordonsville visited her mother, Mrs. J. B. Ferguson, last week. .... Misses Bertha and Ruth Ensorhave returned from Gordonsville and, other places. . Miss Laura Judd of this city visited friends at Double Springs Saturday and Sunday. ' . . Tom Scarlette has returned from Texas. where he has been for several months.' . : Service and safety are prime essen tials in a bank. We offer you both. - First National Bank.v ' Misses Mary and Fannie Washburn of Nashville are guests at Dr. L. U.J. : Ensor's. : . - ..' ,: :v'"'V',; . ' Mrs. Mrs. Dillard Moore and family of Nashville are visiang mrs. w. iw Carlen of this city. Regular $1.00 Dress Shirts 75c; 50c Shirts from 34c to 38c eacn at 10m Lowe's Sample Store. 1 :-, J. W. Nelson was in town Tuesday. Silas Anderson, warden of the Brushy. Mountain prison, is visiting his family his family in this city. J. H. McCawley has sold his residence to B. B. Jared and expects to leave in a few weeks for Texas. ' Miss Earline Meadows of Nashville is the guest of Mrs. B. C. Jones and Miss Lona Meadows this week. Miss Lona Meadows will return to Georgia this week where she will be in charge of a summer school. A negro Christian Church was dedi cated in West Cookeville Sunday, June 18, with impressive ceremonies. Sam Crawford has returned to Nash ville after having spent a few days in Cookeville with relatives and friends. Water is being pumped into the city reservoir from the railroad well, and if the breeching holds we will soon have plenty of water. Mrs. C. Shoemaker offers for sale on private terms furniture and other household goods, stoves, etc., at her home on Walnut St. - Dr. W. D. Ferrell, who had an ankle badly injured by being thrown from his buggy a few days ago, is improving as rapidly as could be expected. Drummers' samples in Shoes, Socks, Pants, Shirts, Suspenders, Underwear, Ties, Belts, Hats, etc. at wholesale cost at Tom Lowe's Sample Store. Dr. and Mrs. G. N. Guthrie have re turned from Buffalo, N. Y., where Mr. Guthrie attended the Head Camp of Modern Woodmen of America as.a dele gate. : Ernest H. Boyd has returned f rOm Nashville, where he had been in a hos pital since being injured in the T, C. wreck. He is improving, but still sore from bruises. Preaching at the Methodist Church Sunday morning and evening by the pastor, Rev. W. E. Doss. The subject of the morning sermon is "Paul's vis sion at Troas". Jenkins & Darwin Bros, take a page this week to teil the public about their mid-summer clearance sale. It will be worth while to read it, and more so to attend the sale often. There will be a game of baseball be tween Algood and Cookeville on the Cookeville grounds Friday afternon (to morrow). This will be a game and Bhould have a large crowd of specta tors. ' . The Cookeville Heading Co. is getting ready to operate a mill here. R. L. Farley and E. E. Dorman are members of the company. They went to buy heading timber and will pay top prices for it. . : - - . ": -. Woodmen Celebrate The celebration of the third anniver aarv of the oreanization of "Algood lodge, Modern Woodmen of America, on last Saturday was a great success. Sever al hundred people attended, able speech es were made by representatives of the odder, the Cookeville band discoursed music and a fine game of baseball was played between Putnam and Overton County teams. . Rain stopped the game at the eighth inning with the score 2 to 2. "' ,i The 6 o'clock dinner given by the ladies of Aleood had to ba served in the hall on account of the rain, and was a feast fit for the gods. At nie-ht a class of 23 was adopted by the Woodmen, a happy termination of a most enjoyable day. G. C. Irvin's Delicatessen has been opened for business in the building next to J. C. Shirley & Co. " Mr. Irvine pro poses to sell fresh and cured meats, vegetables, fruits, etc., and -to offer nothing but the best. A market of this character has been needed in Cookeville and it is to be hoped that Mr. Irvine may be well patronized. Watch Contest Below is the vote in the gold watch contest being conducted by Z. T. Hinds: Mattie Ragland 510 Annie Davis 230 Avo Apple... ... .- - 205 Flossie West 1-200 Leila Morgan.:. - 200 Hattie Whitson .....-..-.-200 Sousie Morgan...... ....-140 Myrtle Vick 90 Sallie Hunter...... ....50 Vesta Bussell ... ..25 Ask for votes so you can lielp your friend to win. Remember 25c and over counts. Scottsville, Kentucky Cutting wheat and plowing corn is the order of the day. The little son of R. C. Tinsley who has been quite sick with whooping cough is some better. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hood are smiling over a new girl. A large crowd attended the singing at Durham Springs Sunday. Mrs. Joe Cobb is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Garrison. D. Cliburn of the Oak Forest community died suddenly Tues day morning of heart failure. He and his family, a wife and one child, were preparing to go away on a visit when he was stricken and died before medical aid could reach him. We haven't had any rain for several days and everything is quite dry. Boob Tinsley's family, Carl Cliburn's family and Venia Gar rison visited M. R. Pippin's Sat urday night. Miss Kate Cliburn is some bet ter at this writing. Dave Berry and the writer were out driving Monday even iner. Tom Taylor and wife of Barren County visited Henry Taylor's Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. B. R. Garrison is on the sick list. ... Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cliburn have had their house painted. John Jent and wife visited Tom Jackson's Sunday. Albert Stringer and Lola Wil son were out driving Sunday ev ening. John Tinsley and wife visited Johnnie Thaxton's family Sun day. . Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tinsley visited Tite Braswell's Tuesday night. Bro. L. O. Cliborn preached an interesting sermon at Maysyille Wednesday night. Mrs. Laura Spears is on the sick list. . Maggie Pippin. iOW .Rates via Tennessee Central Railroad Account JULY FOURTH Tickets on Sale July 1, 2, 3, 4 Good July 8, returning For full information see ticket agent Bicycle Supplies In Stock and Repairing Done by expert workmen. .Bring in your wheels and gefready to enjoy the Spring riding. M. H. BORDEN, Cookeville Lawn Party On last Friday night Miss Lona Meadows gave a lawn party in honor of her neice, Miss Earline Meadows of Nashville. On account of the light rain only a short while was spent on the lawn, and all had to go upon the norch and into the house where several old. time games were played and enjoy ed by all. About ten o'clock refresh ments were served on the large porch. Later several songs were sung, .-. and at a late hour when starting for. home the guests declared they had had one of the best times of their lives. - Beginning July 1 the Tennessee Cen tral railroad will charge three cents a mile for passenger, an-order having been made to that effect by the state railroad commissioners. V Heed the Warning Many Cookeville People Have , Done So . i When the kidneys are sick they give unmistakable warnings that should not be ignored, By examining the urine and treating the kidneys upon the first sien of disorder, many days of suffer ing may be saved. Sick kidneys expel a dark, ill-smelling urine, full of "brick dust" sediment and painful in passage. Sluggish kidneys cause a dull pain in the small of the back, headaches, dizzy spells, tired, languid feelingD and fre quent rheumatic, twinges. . Do an 'a Kidney Pills are for the kid neys only; they help sick kindeys, and rid the blood of urine poison. If you suffer from any of the above symptoms you can use no better remedy. Cookeville people recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. V , ' TO T. TaKolL nf.flonVeville. Tenn.. TT JU AWp r Bays: "I had attacks of backache and my kidneys wnre weak and inactive. The use of Doan's Kidney Pills gave me relief ina short time. I recommend this remedy highly, for I know what it will do." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cent". Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. A Remember the name Doan's and take no other.