HOW THEY STAND
P. M. Smith Piano Contest
The list will be printed each week.
Watch for it and vote for your favorite.
Every subscription to the Herald is
good for 100 votes. The candidate who
sends in the most subscriptions from
now to Oct. 1 sets 1,000 extra votes.
Miss Lola Hughes..: . .35,650
Miss Bessie Kinnaird. .35,100.
Miss Ettie Gentry...-, 33,850
Miss Sarah Daws 23,400
Mrs. Mae Smith.... 21,200
Miss Charlie Shanks.... 19.450
Miss MattieFoutch. ..15,100'
Hazel Anderson... .'.9,600
. Miss Vallie Mae Carr.... ..8,850
Clara Cole , ...8,400
Miss Lucile Sadler.. L 8.050
Effie Gentry ........8,050
Leora Huddleston 7,650
Miss Vera Maxwell . .?7,650
Hattie Lee Payne....... 7,600
Mrs. Susie Scarlett ....7.600
Miss Zella Borcen.. ..7,450
Miss Lucile Allison l. 7,450
H attie W hi tson . ....... 7, 2oO
Miss Thena Maddux.... 7,200
Miss Callie Chaffin... ...... ..7.200
Miss Carrie Morgan.. 5,550
Miss Barbee Nackles 5.350
Emma Dowell 5.200
Miss Emma Ward 4,900
Fearl Copeland... l. 4,850
Miss M. C. Maxwell
Matilda. White... ..... .
Miss Alice Jackson
Maud Stone...... ...... .
Ina Allen.. ...X..C..
No tie M ackie ......"
. Ada B. Stamps... ..r.
Mary Taylor .
Abbie Kirby... ;.2,800
Mrs. woody Judd 2,750
In order to be fair to all we must re
quest that candidates do not solicit
votes m the store.
, W. T. Andefson Contest
1 1 . il ' i .
ifiii ww iM .in viiim i r i i iiu i u ti nrn
test conducted by W. T. Anderson at
Boma: 'V'' r -
Every subscription to the Herald is
good for 100 votes. The candidate who
sends in the most subscriptions' from
now to Oct. 1 gets 1,000 extra votes.
Bettie Fisher... ...........12,345
Bettie Whitehead .... . . .1. . .13,780
Lena Clayton... ............8,415
Ida Carr ...10,975
g Audrey Anderson. ...... 8,950
Ida Ellis.. ..: ......... 8, 790
Bonnie Holland..: 6,860
Florence Maynard... L. 8,180
Birdie Patton ,. L. 6,880
Vada Sutton ....... 7,165
Mary Boyd. ...,6,245
Maud A. Roberts. 7,265
Allie T.Nabors.. 5,585
Roxie Gentry... 5,455
, Georgia Whitehead. 5,220
Tina Shanks..... ..5,060
Linnie Kinnaird........; .4,335.
Josie Roberts 4,595
Maud Roberts .4,460
Velma Medley.... 4,350
Elsie Medley 5,1
Mary Herren.... .. 4,155
Maggie Jared 14,155,
Delie Brown . : 4,515
Ulah Lindsey. .... 3,895
Margurite Brown.. ...... ....3,840
Ida Whitehead..... 3,575
Lucy Winfrey. :,,..3,460
. Pearlie Richardson.;i-;a3i460
Mary Adkins..... . .4,000
Bulah Duke ......... ...3,165
Samantha Kirklin.. . 3,200 ,
Douglas Nichols... ...... . 3,100
Bessie Jernigan .............3,090
Samantha Sherrell. ....... ....3,005
" Marguerett Waller..:.;. ...355
Martha Shanks......, .2,740
, Annie Herod. ....,......: ..2,995
Minnie Allison 2,295
" Matilda Herren ..............1,575
Theopholi3 Herod..... ..:1,811 .
Velma Maynard...... ...... ..2,920
Maude Sadler ...2,174
" Call for Executive Committee
To the Members of the Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee of Putnam County:
You are hereby ; notified to meet at
the courthouse in Cookeville on Mon
day, Sept. 4, 1911, for the purpose of
transacting such business as may come
before the committee; such a3 nxing a
date for a primary election for the pur
pose of selecting a nominee for Sheriff,
Trustee and Assessor.'
J. A. Carlen, Chairman,
D. E. Slagli, Secretary.
Labor Day in Cookeville
The citizens of Cookeville will cele
brate Labor Day in great style this year.
A unique program has been prepared as
may be seen by the posters and adv. in
this paper. It will furnish fun for all,
and then some.
, One of the greatest events in the his
tory of Cookeville and this section of
the state will be the laying of the cor
ner stone of the University of Dixie.
Senator Taylor, Gov. Hooper and oth
er distinguished citizens of the state
are expected to be here and deliver ad
Every person ' in the whole upper
country is cordially invited to come to
Cookeville on Monday. Sept. 4. and en
joy a day of genuine pleasure.
Rev. M. Judd reports that together
with Rev. Duncan of Nashville he held
a meeting at Lone Oak begining Aug.7
and lasting eight days, which resulted
in ten additions to the church and eight
A meeting held by M. Judd at Mace
donia began last Saturday and continu
ed several days resulting in eight con
versions, Wanted At once, 25 good cats; any
kind; 75c each next Monday Aug. 28th.
Tom Lowe, Cookeville, Tenn.
.Mrs. D. S. Allen and baby have re
turned to their home in Nashville, after
a months visit with her sister, Mrs. L.
. Trading Day at Algood
The citizens of Algood have set
aside Saturday. Sept. 2, as a gala com
mercial day, and invite the people gen
erally to come to their hustling town on
An elaborate program has been ar-r
ranged that will furnish ample amuse
ment for the crowd, and valuable priz
es will be given to winners in the con
tests of various kinds. Read the pro
gram as printed in the Herald, take
your family to lgood Sept. 2 and spend
a happy day.
Messrs. Will and Daley Slagle and
families of Chicago are. visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Slagle and
other relatives in Cookeville. . ' .
of the Season
OPENS SEPTEMBER 1, CLOSES JANUARY 1, 1912
On Sept. 1st, We will open the greatest contest of the season for the
benefit of our customers, consisting of three prizes, as follows: :
. FIRST PRIZE BED-ROOM SUIT
To the person receiving the greatest number of votes will be given a Bed-Room
Suit, consisting of three pieces, one Bed, one Dresser and one Toilet Commode.
The Bed is full 80 inches high, 74 inches long and 54 inches wide, with one panel foot end and
extra wide panel head with massive roll on top and sides of both head and foot ends. The
handsome scroll design carvings are exceptionally attractive, smooth cut and perfectly execut
ed. The beautiful Dresser, with 48x22 in. base, Carrying a French plate mirror 36x30 in. sup
ported by roll frame and massive roll standard ysrith deep, smooth-cut carvings, is a beauty.
The Wash-Stand is made same style a3 Dresser, with French plate glass mirror, 26x16 in., sup
ported by a beautiful roll standard to match roll on Bed and Dresser. This suit is made of se
lected quarter sawed oak; selected for the beautiful figure of the grain; rich, golden piano fin
ish. The trimmings are solid brass," highly polished. You could not duplicate the. suit any
where for less than $125.00. Yours for nothing,
SECOND PRIZE -DINNER SET
To the person receiving the second largest number of votes, will be given a beautiful 130
piece Dinner Set, decorated with a border of beautiful pink roses and light green forget-me-nots,
interwoven with a delicate green leaf background. The handles are decorated and strip
ed with gold Each piece is attractively scalloped and embossed, which adds to the beauty of
the set. The beautiful flower decoration has heretofore appeared only on the most expensive
sets and this is also "true of the shape. Words cannot picture to you the real beauty of this
set. To see it alone will enable you to appreciate it. This Dinner Set could not be bought at
any store f or less than $25.00 or $30.00. ,
Choice of any $20.00 Velvet Rug in the store, either floral or oriental design.
HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES 5
Make your purchases at Epperson, Harp, Pointer & Co's. store and have your friends to do
likewise. -Every dollar purchased or paid on account or note, entitles the customer to twenty
votes. .The ballot box will be opened Sept. 1st. A list of the candidates and their votes will
be published in the Putnam County Herald each-week.
Every premium offered is a necessity in every hoine and the quality is such that they will
be appreciated by anyone. ' ,
; ' Our new fall line of Dry Goods, pllineryj, Hats, Clothing, etc., will be complete by Septem
ber 1st, so we will be in position to supply your wants. . y
Write us, telephone, or come to see us and enter yourself or your friend as a candidate. Do
not delay. Line up and get the benefit of the entire time.
Epperson, Harp, Pointer & Co
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