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CHANCERY LAND SBLE
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of Futnam County, Tennessee, in
the case of - Carlen & Co. et al vs. Jos
eph Huddleston et a, on Saturday, the
6th day of August. 1911, at the court
house door in Cookeville, Tenn., I will
sell to the highest bidder the following
described tract of land, to-wit:
Situate and being in the 1st or 19th
civil district of Putnam County, Tenn.,
and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stake in A; Choate's
southwest corner and running 40J poles
to a rock in lhos. Choate s north boun
dary line in his 1,000 acre tract; thence
east with said line about 80 poles to tne
T. C. R. R. right-of-way; thence north
east with said railroad about 40 poles to
a stake; thence west 92 poles to a post
oak and post oak pointers; thence north
with ii.lla Daton s west boundary line
about 21 poles to a stake m said boun
dary line; thence west about 40 poles to
the beginning, containing 18 acres, be
the same more or less. This includes
and excludes a tract neretof ore sold
and conveyed to Daniel Brown, and
about one. acre heretofore sold and con
veyed to Mike Johnson and Lizzie Ram
sey.
TERMS OF SALE
25 per cent, cash will be paid on day
of sale, balance on a credit of. six and
twelve months, and notes with good se
curities required; a lien retained for the
purchase money.
This 5th day of July, 1911.
V. E. B6CKMAN,
28-4t Clerk and Master.
CHANCERY LAND SALE V
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of Putnam County, Tennessee, i
the case of T. L. Herron vs. J. A. Bus-
sell et al, on Saturday, the 5th day of
August, 1911, at the courthouse door in
Cookeville, Tenn., I will sell to the
, highest bidder the following described
tract of land; to-wit:
Lving on the south side of the T. C.
K. R.4 in Civil District No. 13 of Put
nam County, Tenn., tne same being a
part of the Dollar Farm containing by
estimation 35 acres and bounded as fol
lows:
Beginniug on a stone in a hollow,
running thence eastward down, said hol
low with its meanders to a stake in a
paling fence; thence westward with said
paling fence to a stone at .the Cooke
ville and Buffalo Valley. Road; thence
northward with said road to a stake on
top of the railroad cut; thence eastward
il Jl la. J 1 t
wim me rignc oi way oi saia rauroaa
to a stake and persimmon pointers in
A. M. Palmer's line or corner; thence
south 20 poles to a rock in the hollow.
i TERMS OF SALE
Said land will be sold on a credit of
six months, and notes with good securi
ties required; a lien retained for the
purchase money".
This 5th day of July, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
28-4t Clerk and Master.
Known as Lota jnos. u and is in
Block No. 28, as shown in plat of town
of Monterey made by the . Cumberland
Mountain Coal Co. and situated in the
town of Monterey.
TERMS OF SALE
25 per cent, cash will be paid on the
day of sale, ahd the balance on a credit
of six and twelve months, and notes
with good securities required; a lien re
tained for the purchase money.
Thi3 5th day of July, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
Clerk and Master.
CHANCERY LAND SALE
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of Putnam County, . Tennessee,
in the case of T. V. Roberson, Admin
istrator, vs. Mollie Roberson et al, on
Saturday, ihe 5th day of August, 1911,
at the courthouse door in Cookeville,
Tenn., I will sell to the highest bidder
the following described tract of land,
to-wit:
Situated in the 4th Civil District of
Putnam County, Tenn., containing about
55 acres:
Bounded on the east by William Coop
er; on the south by Thos. Simpson: on
the west by Will Randolph; ahd on the
north by the lands of the Eastland heir3.
TERMS OF SALE .
25 per cent, cash will be paid on the
day of sale, balance on a credit of six,
twelve snd eighteen months and notes
with good securities required; alien re
tained for the purchase money.
This &ti day of July,' 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
28-4t. Clerk and Master.
Said creditors and claimants are also
hereby notified that by an order of said
Court in said cause they and each of
the or are enjoined from instituting any
suit against the said Guy Bohannon, de
ceased, or his administrators otherwise
than by petition in said pending cause;
and all parties now suing the said Guy
Bohannon, deceased, or his administra
tors are ' enjoined from proceeding in
their suits further than to judgment. -
This July 10th 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
' : Clerk and Master.
. By Algood Carlen,
' D. C. & M. ju!13-nov2
Tennessee Central R. R.
Passenger Train Schedule at Cookeville
EAST BOUND
No. 2 12:13p.m.
No. 4 12:56a.m.
No. 6.7:20 p.m.
WEST BOUND
No. 1.3:10 p.m.
No. 3.2:54 a.m.
No. 5.6:43 a.m.
ORDER OP PUBLICATION
No. 2007
J. H. & C. P, Hunter, Administrators,
et al vs. A. M. Terry et al.
In this cause, it appearing from the
bill which is sworn to, that Add M.
Terry and wife, Sallie Terry, George
Pointer and wife, Mary Pointer, and
Lizzie Officer, all of the defendants, are
knon-residents of the State, they are,
therefore hereby required to appear, on
or before the first Monday of Septem
ber next, before the Clerk and Master
of said Court, at his office in Cooke
ville, and make defense to the bill filed
against them in said court by J. H. &
C. P. Hunter, administrators, et al; or
otherwise the bill be taken for confessed.
It is further ordered that this notice
be published for four consecutive weeks
in the Putnam County Herald.
This 7th day of July, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
- f Clerk and Master.
By Algood Carlen, D. C. & M. 31
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of W. G. Pratt Stave
Company:
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn.
in the case of John L. Soman vs. W.G
Pratt Stave Co. et al, the creditors of
W. G. Pratt Stave Co. are hereby noti
fied to have themselves made parties to
said cause by petition, and prove their
claims against said W. G. Pratt Stave
Co. on or before the first day of De
cember, 1911, or they may be excluded
from the benefit of said suit and from
sharing in the assets of . said W. G.
Pratt Stave Co.
Said creditors 'and claimants are also
hereby notified that by order of said
Court in said cause they, and each of
theni are enjoined from instituting any
suit against the said W. G. Pratt Stave
Co. otherwise than by petition in said
cause: and all parties now suing: the
said W.G. Pratt Stave Co. are enjoined
from proceeding farther in their suits
than to judgment. I
This July 5th, 1911.
V. E.1 Bockman,
jul6-decl ' Clerk and Master.
CHANCERY LAND SALE
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of Putnam County, Tennessee, in
the case of John Tucker vs. E. M. Pip
pin et al, on Saturday, the 5th day of
August, 1911, at the courthouse door in
Cookeville. Tenn., I will sell to the
highest bidder the following described
tract of land, to-wit:
One Block of land in the town of
Double Springs. Tenn., Civil District
No. 7. and running north and south 150
feet and east and west 300 feet; lying
north of the block on which VV. W. Mc-
Broom now lives. Which block is more
fully described in a deed from J. M.
Crownover and Levora Crownover to
W. P. and S. J. Stewart, dated Dec.
.26th, 1908.
TERMS OF SALE
Said land will be sold on a credit of
six months, and notes witty good secu
rities required; a lieu retained for the
purchase money.
This 5th )day of July, 1911. ,'
:il V. E. Bockman,
. 28-4t Clerk and Master.
CHANCERY LAND SALE
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of Putnam County? Tennessee, m
the case of. Emilme Pugh vs. Lon Gra
cey, on Saturday, the 5th day of Aug
ust. 1911. at the courthouse door in
Cookeville, Tenn., I will sell to the
hierhest bidder the following described
tract of lano, to wit:
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of W. R. Poston, de
ceased:
In bedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn., in
the case of Morgan Produce Co. et al
vs. Helen Poston et al, the creditors of
W." R. Poston. deceased, are hereby no
tified to have themselves made parties
to said cause by petition and prove their
claims against' said Poston on or before
January 1st, 1912, or they may be ex
cluded from the benefit of said suit and
from sharing in the assets of said W.
R. Poston, deceased.
Said creditors and claimants are also
hereby notified that by order of said
Court in said cause they and each of
them are enjoined from instituting anv
suit 8gainst the said W. R. Poston, de
ceased, otherwise than by petition iu
said pending cause; and all parties now
suing the said W. R. Poston, deceased,
are enjoined from proceeding- in their
suits further than to judgment.
This July 10th, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
Clerk ancr Master.
By Algood Carlen,
, ' D. C. & M. jull3-janl
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of Guy Bohannon, de
ceased: v';--'
In obedience- to an order made bv the
Chancery Court, at Cookeville, Tenn,., in
the case of J. H. & C. P. Hunter, ad
ministrators, et al vs. A. M. Terry ef
ri, tne creaitors or uuy Bohannon. de
ceased, are hereby notified to have
themselves made parties to sa'd cause
by petition, and prove ; their claims
against said Bohannon on or before the
n a. 1J- l t i -
nrut moiiuay- m uvemoer, Jail, or
they may be excluded from the benefit
ADVERTISEMENT for'CREDITORS
To the Creditors of the Monterey Coal
& Mining Co.:
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn.,
in the case of 0. H. Anderson vs. Mon
terey Coal & Mining Co. et al, the cred
itors of said company are hereby notifi
ed to have themselves made parties to
said cause by petition, and to file and
prove their claims against said company
in said cause oi or before the first day
of November, 1911, or they may be ex
cluded from the benefits of said suit
and from sharing in the assets of said
company.
Said creditors and claimants are also
hereby notified that by order of said
Court in said cause, they, and each of
them, are enjoined i rom instituting any
suit against said company, otherwise
than by petition in said pending cause;
and all parties now suing said company
are enjoined from proceeding in their
suits further than to judgment.
This July 5, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
jul6-novl , Clerk and Master.
Situated in the 14th Civil District of
Putnam County, Tenn and boundad as of said suit and from sharing in the as-
follows: ; ' I sets or saia uuy uonannon, deceased.
LAND SALE
In County Court at Cookeville, Tenn.
R. C. Boatman, Administrator, et al
vs. lna Carr et al.
In obedience to a decree of the Coun
ty Court at Cookeville, made at, the
March term, 1911, in the above styled
case, I will, on Saturday, the 5th day
of August. 1911, at one o'clock p. m.,
in front oi the depot at Algood, Tenn.,
sell to the highest and best bidder, the
property in said decree described, being
a house and lot of land, known as the
W. H. Carr, deceased,- property, home
place, lying and being in the 19th civil
district of Putnaml County, Tennessee,
adjoining the lands of Ed Cannon on the
east, on the south by Graham, and on
the west end north by street, contain
ing 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 redemp
tion. Notes drawing interest from day
of sale, with, good personal security,
will be required of the purchaser, and
a lien will be retained onthe property
sold, as further security. Minimum
price $1,000.. , ; ' 7
This 12th day of July, 1911.
W. O. Watson,
Clerk and Commissioner.
Algood & Finley, Solicitors. 28-4t
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