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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, August 24, 1911, Image 7

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All Work is Fully Guaranteed
Gibson Building, Down Stairs
Phone at Office and Residence
V. E. Bockman attended court at
Smithville last week.
Mrs. Grover Davis has returned from
a two weeks visit in Knoxville.
Miss Marguerite Ray , of Monterey is
spending the week in Cookeville.
The Cookeville Heading Co. is put-
' . . 1 1 1 .
ting in a larger engine ana Doner.
Miss Edna Conatser of Monterey was
Mrs. J. L. Mims and children of
' WoeKtHllo aro viaftiinr in Cnrtlceville.
Wanted 2,000 geese in 30 days. Will
pay good price. Cookeville Produce Co,
Mrs. T. J. Cleibrun is at' Nr ashville
with her husband, who is with the T.
C. Ry. - , ' "!'VVl
The Cookeville Veneer Co's. plant is
Un full operation after the summer
: shut-down.
'. Mrs. S. A. D. Smith of Gordonsville
spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.
E. B. Duke. '
Last Saturday County Clerk W. O.
Watson issued eight marriage licenses
! a record day.
Misses Annie Myers and Grace Rag
land returned last night from Carthage
after a short visit. ,
k Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shipper of Nash
ville' are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Starnes of this city. ,
Mrs. Ella Hogan of Nashville and Mrs.
J. A Maloney of this city are spending
the week in Hilham.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gibbs returned
home Sunday from a-week's visit at
Red Boiling Springs.
Mr. and 'Mrs. M. H. Borden spent
Sunday at Woody, as guests of Mr. and
. Mrs. Chas. Braddock.
A'. Algood is at Hot Springs, Ark. ,
taking treatment for rheumatism, and
is improving steadily.
Clean up your yardjby destroying the
weeds, and finish the job by getting
just outside the fence. - . . v
Frank Richmond was in Hilham Fri
day for the purpose of selling some
machinery for the R. W. Poston estate.
Lost Tuesday between Lone Oak and
Morgan's Produce house, a coat. Fin
der please return to Herald office.
Prof. J H. Watts of this city and R.
P. Gibson are on a trip to Washington
and other eastern cities.
Herbert Watson has gone to Chicago,
Mrs. Watson and little daughter will
visit here for some time.
Lucien Clark of Davidson was here
over Sunday, and Mrs. Clark and child
ren returned home with him on Monday.
Miss Lona Meadows returned from
Gainesville, Ga., Tuesday night, having
finished a summer term of school.
An accurate record of receipts and ex
penditures is best vobtained by employ
ing, a checking accounts Your bank
book and checks furnish a full state-1
raent of all money received and paid i
V : TTmsT Natiovat. Rank. I
The pike on Washington avenue has
been finished to the square, and work
is now being done on Main Street.
Attention is called to the adv. in re
gard to the contest to be. couducted by
Epperson, Harp, Pointer & Co. of Al
good. i
M. G. Hunter of Baxter tells the pub
lic in this issue some things that should
be of benefit if advantage is taken of
them. ; ..
. S. A. Diaper and family of Lake
Butler, Fla., left for their home Wed
nesday at noon after spending a pleas
ant vacation here. .
For Sale 1 one horse Milburn wagon,
1 Gentle work horse. 1 15 hand bay
horse, a gentle bifggy horse. 36 joints 10
inch soil pipe. Wf D. Sloan.
Mr. T. C. McCampbell of Nashville
spent Sunday in Cookeville. Tom was
agent for the T. C here for some time
and has many warm friends here.
Notice : Parties interested in keeping
school boarders, will please confer with
me before the prospectus of the Dixie
University school is issued. W. B.Boyd.
J. R. Eastes of Nashville who has been
visiting his father-in-law, A. J.Dudney
for severi days past left for home Mon
day morning, but Mrs. Eastes will re
main here for some time.
Lost Saturday somewhere in Cooke
ville, a small Elgin watch in a gold case
with a green and red ribbon fob with
initials "C. S, E. " on metal plate. Re
ward of $1 will be paid upon delivery
of watch at Pincus Bros', store.
D. A. Verble of near. Algood celebrat
ed his 61st birthday anniversary last
Sunday. He and his good wife enter
iained a number of friends at dinner fit
for kings. Among the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Brown of this city. ,
R, B. Capshaw, as attorney for Put
nam county in the litigation with Smith
county over possession of certain land,
has had Major R.J. Moscrip survey the
distance from Carthage to the line of the
disputed tract and found it to be eleven
miles or more than th6 necessary dis
I rv7
jj A Good Chance j
To get some good standard bred
birds at a very low price. To make
room for growing pullets I 'will
sell, a limited number of choice
Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels
April hatches, at $1.50 each or 3
for $3.00. Now is your chance.
Fair View Poultry Yards
Cookeville, Tenn.
Winthrop School
Will open next September better
equipped even than heretofore to
render expert educational service.
Teaching at Winthrop is in ac
cord with the highest modern ed
ucational ideals. Winthrop invites
inspection and challenges compar
ison. ' For information .call phoae
No. 3273, or request circular, by
1 addressing , . 1 '. ;
oni First Ave. S Nathalie. Tenn.
I '.fu
Jost. Arrived
Shipment from
We are unpacking smarts new walking
suits, tailored throughout, "like a man's
, coat"
Suits of the new rough surfaced materi
als and 'two-tone mixtures that are all
. the rage in Paris,
Suits with a touch of contrasting color in
the trimming and suits with big, girlish
collars arid deep cuffs,'
Full length coats of rich black broadcloth, ideal
for evening wear,
Coats of soft, warm cheviots, cut to give the
r fashionable slender silhouette, some of them
with a raised waist line effect.
Coats of the new reversible materials, straight
cut, very swagger,
. and coats of fur. fabric lined with bright colored
silks, coronation red, deep purple, gold and coral,
in fact, all that is newest and best of this sea
son's styles is here, ready for you.
Cookeville's Leading Store .
Sunday School Convention
The Third Division Sunday School
Convention of Putnam county will meet
at Bloomington Springs the first Satur
day in Sept. and the program will be as
9:00 Devotional Service, Rev. J. W.
9:15 Address of Welcome, B. ,H.
9:20 The Bible as a Literary Book,
Supt J. M. Hatfield.
9:40 The Results of Sunday School
Work, Rev. R. E. Starnes
9:55 Things that Make a Sunday
School. Prof. Chester Patton.
10:10 Teacher Training Progress in
the Different Denominations in Tennes
see, Prof. H. C. Coleman. i
10 55-What the Sunday School is Do
ing for the Church, H. C. Taylor and
Rev. Fount Smith. ""
10:45 How to Interest Smaller Child
ren in the Sunday School. Miss Edna
West. : " . '
11:00 Progressive Methods in Sun
day School Work, Prof. Jesse Gilliam.
11:15 The Best Methods of Manf-
taining a Rural Sunday School During
Kho Winter Months. Rev. G. D. Mc-
Reynolds and J. W. Taylor.
11:30 A Higher Rating for tne
Sunday School, Dr. S, E. Ryan.
12:00 Noon.
i .50 Haw tft Reach the Men and
Women Who are not in the Sunday
School, J. Li. txsor.
i .-ThoSiindav School: Whv so Im
portant today, Rev. W. W. Baxter.
" - a Am
2:10rWhy the Parents bhouia At
tend Sunday School, Dr. W. E. Sypert.
2:25 How May Young reqpu De
Trained to Stadytha Bible, Rev. F. S.
Ditto.-... - V '
nf Teachers' Syste
matic Work in the Sunday School, Dr.
S. E. Ryan.
3 00 The Progress of the bunday
School Work. Prcf. I. E. York.
3:2C Reports of delegates. ....
3:45 Selecting pf next meeting place.
4:00 Adiourn.'
The Third Division Sunday ( Scnool
Convention of Putnam county includes
the 7th, 8th. 16th, 18th and 20th" 'Civil
districts of the county. Every school
in these districts is urged to send dele
gates to this convention. The tpecple
of Bloomington are . expected r to take
care of delegates from a distance. .
. Oscar P. Gentry. President.
A New Back for an Old One. How
it Can be Done in Cookeville
The back aches at times with a dull,
indescribable feeling, making you wea
ry and restless; piercing pains shoot
across the region of the kidneys, and
again .the-, loins .are &o lame to stoop is
agony. No use to rub or apply a plas
ter to the back in this condition. You
cannot reach the cause. Exchange the
bad back for a new and stronger one.
Cookeville residents would do well to
profi t by the foil owing example.
says: "I suffered from kidney trouble
for many years. Last fall my back and
kidneys were giving me a great deal of
trouble. A friend knowing of my con
dition recommended Doan's Kidney Pills
as being the best remedy for kidney
trouble on earth. I used two boxes and,
was soon enjoying better health than I
had before in a number of years. I
sincerely trust that every sufferer from
kidnev comDlaint will have an ODnortu-
nity of reading this letter and profiting
thereby." -'
For sale by : all dealers. Price 50
cent". Foster-Milburn Co., Bdffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States, ' i
Renumber the name Doan's and
U 'c no Other.
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