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DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence t COOKEVILLE, TENN. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Fred Myers of Carthage spent Sunday in Cooke ville. If you read.it in the Herald this week it is probably an ad. The great reduction sale is now going on at Whitson Bros. Miss Mabel Peek is visiting re . latives at Granville this week. ' - S. A. D. Smith of Gordpnsville was in the city Tuesday on business. T. L. Denny made a trip to Jackson last week on legal busi T1PSS. . jrxux. vv. i-. vvyKi win spct& at the Christian church at 11 a. m. next Sunday. If you want to buy a drug store in Oklahoma, see the offer made by Harrison Starnes. Little Perry Bartlett of Route 3 sends the Herald to his sister, Clara Offill of Purdon, Texas. Whitson Bros, great reduction sale continues until the 30th inst. Now is the time to get bargains. M. H. Borden has put in a nice line of moulding and is ready to make picture frames bf all sizes. There wjll be preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening by the pas tor. E. Y. Gib3on has purchased the John G. Duke residence on. East Main street, the price being $3, 600. Whitson Bros', great reduction sale is now going on. It pays to buy at a real, genuine reduction sale. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Witt have returned from a visit to Defeat ed Creek and Red Boiling Springs. R. J. Moscrip and crew are surveying the pike that is to be built from Celina to Cookeville via Hilham. N , Read in this issue the page ad. It tell you all about the great re duction sale now going on at Whitson Bros'. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Alloway and little son of Nashville spent Mrs. Alio way's parents, Mr. and MrB. J. A. Maloney. ' 1 A ' Bfl " ulu tft I Af A. m. o until tiuu xamny vi Munday, Texas are visiting in this section. Mr. Smith has been in business in Munday for sever al years. Buy your summer and fall suit now. They are going at cost during our great reductton sale. Whitson Bros. Misses Hazel Laycock and Eva Thompson of Chestnut Mound have returned home after spend ing a week with friends and re latives in this city. If bargains are what you are hunting for don't overlook the one best place Pincus Bros. , dur ing their great sale that will con tinne all next week. ' Holloway Bros, of -Monterey are conducting a clean-up sale on clothing, shoes and summer goods Their customers should take ad vantage of the low prices offered ' r. Cookeville will celebrate labor day the first Monday in Septem ber. A meeting was held Mon day afternoon at which commit tees were named to make all ar- rangments. , We have received several copies of the' Herald of Jan. 19. The first one came in three, hours af ter the papers were mailed in which we asked for the paper. It pays to advertise in a live newspaper. This is one of our first sales and we have put on a sure enough, real genuine reduction sale, suffi cient to do you good. It will pay you to buy now. Whitson Bros. E. ,E. Dorman is at Caney Fork this week taking the machinery oft the boat beloneriner to the Welch Stave Co. that burned some time ago. Mrs. Dorman accompanied mm, and tney are getting a touch of back to nature by tenting out. The funeral of Mrs. H. C. Mar tin was held at the residence Sun day afternoon at one o'clock, ser vices being conducted by Elder J. D. Walling and Rev. W. W. Baxter. The esteem in which Mrs. Martin was held was attest ed by. the large attendance of sor rowing friends. The floral offer ings were numerous and beautiful.'".,. We realize that the most valu able asset of a bank is that of of public confidence and we have furnished our depositors every safe guard and protection for their funds, and we shall continue to do so in the future as in the past- ' If you are not a depositor call and let us talk the matter over with you. First National Bank. Remember Pincus Bros, great price-slashing sale runs all week. They have knocked the bottom out of prlce3 and you loose an opportunity of getting standard merchandise the cheapest evr f you fail to buy now. Successful Insttiute The Teachers' Institute, which closed here last Friday after a two. weeks session, was one of the largest institutes in the state in number of attendance. The en rollment was 150, and 114 appli cants for certificates were exam ined. The instructors did excel lent work, and are second to none in the state, and the teachers manifested good interest through out the session.' The faculty was composed of Messrs. H. D. Franklin, C. 0. Chisam, Fred M. Li ttle J. J. Boyd, J. M. Barnes, Elmo Gentry, S. A. Draper, Supt. Hatfield, Miss Julia Green and Miss Lucy Blackwood; all of the faculty be ing local teachers except Mr. Draper of Florida, and Miss Green of Nashville. , Excellent lectures were deliv ered by Prof. Yeargan, Rev. S. E. Ryan, Rev. E.RMcCord, Prof. W. B. Boyd, 1 and J)r. W. s. jyicuiain, an oi wnicn were were very instructive and inspir mg. WMany oi tne teacners expres sed themselves as pleased tha the institute continued two weeks and some expressed a desire that it continue a month next year, Nearly all of the schools wil start next Monday. Whitson Bros', special is prov ing a great success, and is 'stil going on. Read their page ad. and take advantafie of the low prices they are making on stand- are goods. i"i"li'ljljllilMwimwmiiiinn ' A Good Portrait ' ..... i Will always be received with pleasure by friends. That is the kind we make. Your Kodak work sent in by mail will receive prompt at tion. Satisfaction guaran teed. BAXTER STUDIO Cookeville, Term. 0 4 I A Bargain ! 4 4 I I am in a position to sell you a paying Drug Store Triplet Calves A. J. Norris of the 15th district has a genuine curiosity in the form of triplet calves. The youngsters are all of the male persuasion, made their appear ance June 13, and are as vigor ous and frisky as can be desired, being dark red in color. Putnam county has got the habit of doing things of late, ey en in the live stock line, and the Herald ' would lik to hear from some oi its readers out west as o. whether they can show any thing like an ambitious cow pre senting her owner with a yoke and half of oxen at one time. We desire to sincerely thank he people of Cookeville for their .... , , t i ever willing services ana Kina words of sympathy they have so aithf ully tendered us during our recent bereavement. ; This is a debt we can never pay in full, but we pray God's blessings on each one and trust that when you are overtaken with the inevitable hat the Lord may surround you with such loyal friends in the try ing hour as have made our bur den easier to bear.' , Dr. H. C. Martin, i P. C. Shields. In a good town and country ? Reason for selliner. owner.? has other business. If you mean business write to 1 ! Harrison Starnes King's Drag Store ' ELMER, OKLAHOMA ! Real Estate for Sale Farm 220 acres, 2 miles south of city, improved. ' Farm 132 acres, 1 mile south of city, improved. Farm 8 acres, good house, mile north of city. ' Farm 14 acres, house, 2 miles north of city. Farm 50 acres, 1 mile west of city, $1000. . Farm 200 acres, 2 miles south of city, $32.50 per acre. , - Farm on Martin's Creek, fine stock farm, 200 acres. -.'. S. Hayden Young 10-room house and 4 lots, on Sparta Pike, a beauty, and cheap. See me. . A number of houses and lots in -East and West Cookeville for sale. Bar gams. Storehouse and stock of goods, one of the best stands in city. 2 saw mills for sale, complete ' and ready for work. Big house and 3 acres of land in . heart of city. See me for prices. Cumberland Buff Stone Quarry near Algood for sale, fine for building, 5 acres. Title perfect. , ' Planing mill all in good running order for sale. See me for prices: Cooke ville, Tenn. , I write insurance and loan money to build homes and save rents. List your property with me. J. W RICHARDSON Cookeville, Tennee "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headaches, lacked ambition, was xl worn-out and all " run-down.' Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman.". Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moosuy, Conn.