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Smith Chapel
There was a large crowd met
at the Cox graveyard last Satnr.
day for the purpose of cleaning
off the graves, they certainly
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enjoyeu me aayana naa a nice
" dinner for all.
Jast bunday fifty persons eat
dinner with Mary McGhee it be
ing her f iftyninth birthday. The
following persons were present:
B. D. Welch and family, Uncle
Perry Smith, Winburn Owen, Ira
McGhee, 0. F. Wassom, Owen
and Malcom Jaquess and all thier
families, Leaner, Minervia, Jen
nie, Donald, Pearl and Bertha
Owen, Clay Masters and wife,
M. A. Stockton, Tennesse May
nard, Avo and Vergie Farmer,
Carrie Jaquess and Luella and
TV T 1 trw w
rerry mrtiett. we naa a nice
time and a watermelon feast;
made away with about fifty me
"Ions.
Uncle Joe Jaquess, Charles
Langford and Luther Gentry are
on the sick list.
Lucy Jaquess is able to be up
some after a spell of fever.
0. F. Wassom
Lipan, Texas
A few words. Someone has
said that man lived in the past
and as time passes how easy we
can sec those things that we gave
only a passing thought at that
time, but we look back on those
happy days of our youth and re
joice that we have been a boy.
How often we think of our school
mates, especially when we see so
many names in the Herald that
scattered to the four winds, that
I learned to like so well in those
days, and how good it makes one
f el to hear of them. J. F. Dyer.
v HAVE YOU READ IT?
The Adler-i-ka book telling bow you
can EASILY guard against appendici
tis, and get instant relief from stomach
and bowel trouble, is being read with
much interest by Cookeville people. It
is given away free by ' the Swallows
Drug Co., Algood. Senn. '. f
Monterey, Route Two
The little daughter of George
Gaines is very sick this week.
Julia Roberson of Route X why
don't you write? Mama said to
tell you and Mr., Roberson to come
out and help her eat those water
melons. Lee Phillips did you have a
good time at church Sunday?
Why don't: you come to school?
Carrie Quails said she likes the
mountain people fine but wanted
to see her mother.
Mrs. Curtis Phipps is visiting
mother today. r Ora Bilbrey.
, "J ' Henard ' .
We are having lota of rain now.'
Crops look fine if it don't come
a storm ahcf blow corn downr
Come on with your letters j
Mollie Dahuff of Monterey your
letters are fine.
M. A. SWAFFO'D.
CHANCERY LAND SALE
By virtue of a decree of the Chancerv
Court of Pntnam County. Tennessee, in
the case of U. T. Cheek & Son vs
James Farley et al, on Saturday, the
2nd day of Sept., 1911 at the courthouse
door in the town of Cookeville. Tena
I will sell to the highest bidder the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
One Jessie French oreran.
Four and one-half blocks and two lots
in Altdoerffer addition to the town o
Baxter, Tenn., fully described in
deed from A. Altdoerffer to H. W. Cole
and James Farley to which reference is
hereby made for a full description o:
said blocks and lots:
One tract of about 100 acres of land
S' 'ng in the 8th civil district of Putnam
unty, Tenn. and bounded on the e st
by the lands of Tom and Alex Martin
on the south by the lands of Jack Elrod
on the west by Tom Cole; on the north
Dy.T. xv. AJrowder. -..'
1-11 interest m the lands laid off to
wife of Jesse Farley, deceased, as
homeetead and dower, as the widow of
J esse r arley, deceased, being two tracts,
the homestead tract lying in the 16th
Civil District of Putnam County, Tenn.,
containing about 300 acres and bound
ed on the north by the McCaleb lands
and others; on the east by the lands of
J. W. bcott; on the south by the lands
of John Sullivan; and others, and on the
west by the lands known as the Rob
Allison lands (or Cane Creel ).
rne dower tract lying in the 8th Uivil
District of Putnam County, Tenn.. con
taining about 250 acres, more or - less.
and bounded on the north by P. (J. Far
ley; on tne east oy nowea & uoie; on
the south by Cole and Baker: and the
west by the Davis lands. -
Will sell all or so much of the above
described property as may be necessary
A- 1 ADAA r
to reauze ouv.uv.
TERMS OP SALE
$75.00 cash; balance of 6 months time.
and notes with good securities required;
1 i 1 X' i.1 1
a lien retained ior me purcnase money.
mis ytn day or. August, mi. t
V. E. Bockman,
Clerk and Master,
CHANCERY LAND SALE
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of initnam County. Tennessee, in
the case of John Tucker vs. E. M. Pip
pin et al, on Saturday, the 2nd day of
September, 1911, at the courthouse door
in cooKevnie, xenn., l win 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 biocK on which w. 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 r
Said land will be sold on a credit of
six months, and notes with good secu
rities required; a lieu retained for the
purchase money.
This 9th day of August, 1911. .
V. E. Bockman,
32-4t Clerk and Master.
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of W. R. Poston, de
ceased:
In obedience 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 benehtof 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 any
suit against 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. Kj. bockman, ,
Clerk and Master.
By Algood Carlen,
D.C. & M. ju!13-janl
, Baby won't suffer five minutes with
crouo if vou asnly Dr. Thomas' Eclectic
Oil at once. It acts like magic. '
BANKTUPT "SALE
Notice is hereby given that on
August 30, 1911, at 1 o'clock P. M.
the stock of merchandise belong
ing to the estate of John Wright,
Bankrupt, consisting of groceries,
hardware, shoes, clothing, dry
goods, etc. ; and also the book ac
counts belonging to the said es
tate, will be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, at
Monterey, Tennessee.
This, August 10, 1911.
Claiborne N. Bryan, Trustee.
Nashville, Tennessee.
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of W. G. Piatt Stave
Company:
In obedience to an order made bv the
Chancery Court at. Cookeville, Tenn.,
in the case of John L. Boman 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. U. Pratt Stave
Co. on or before the first day of De
cember, 1911, or they may be excluded
from the beneht of said suit and from
sharing in the assets of said W. G.
Pratt Stave Co.
3aid 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 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.
This July 5th, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
ju!6-decl . Clerk and Master.
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of the Monterey Coal
& Mining Co.:
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancerv Court at Cookeville. Tenn..
in the caste of U. n. Anderson vs. Mon
terey Coal & Mining Co. et al, the cred
itors of said company are hereby notifi
ed to have themselves made partus to
said cause by petition, and to hie and
prove their claims against said company
in said cause on 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 enjomed.lrom instituting any
suit against said company, otherwise
than by petition in said pending cause;
and all parties now suing said company
are en-joined from proceeding: in their
suits further than to judgment. ,
This July 5, 1911. -
i V. E. Bockman,
ju!6-novl Clerk and Master.
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To -the Creditors of Guy Bohanhon, de
ceased: v
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn., in
the case of J. H. & C. P. Hunter, ad
ministrators, et al vs. A. M. Terry et
al, the creditors of Guy Bohannon, de
ceased, are hereVy notified to have
hemselves made parties to sa'd cause
. . . .
bv petition, ana prove their claims
against said Bohannon on or before the
first Monday in November, 1911, or
thev may be excluded from the benefit
of said suit and from sharing in the as
sets of, said Guy Bohannon, deceased.
Said creditors and claimants are also
hereby notified that by an order of said
Court in said cause they and each of
them are enjoined from instituting anv
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 Algoop Carlen, "
D. C. & M. jull3-nov2
I 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. 212:13p;nu
No. 4 12:56a.m.
No. 6.7:20 p.m.
No. 5.6:43 a.m.
A. W. BOYD
ERNEST H. BOYD
BOYD & BbYD
Lawyers
COOKEVILLE, TENN. .
Offices on South Side of Publie Square, in the
Sloan Building, over Hinds' Drug Store
DR. W. S. McCLAIN
(OSTEOPATH) V- ;
Telephone No. 184
COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE
Office Next Door to Gainesboro Telephone Co.
No Charge for Examination.
FULCHER BRICK CO.
Building Brick Press Brick
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Write for price 6-1
L. M. MYERS
LAUNDRY
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Leave your work at Dr. Ragland'i store
COOKEVILLE, TENN.
HOGSiSd8111
Every day in the week.
See BILL HUGHES or
' Cookeville Roller Mills
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Very Serious
It is a very serious matter to ask
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reason we urge you in buying to
be careful to get the genuine
BLAcfi-Draught
Liver Medicine
The reputation of this old, relia
ble medicine, for constipation, in
digestion and liver trouble, is firm
ly established. It docs not imitate,
other medicines. It i3 better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
sale than all others combined.
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