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HERALD
YOLUME IX.
COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1911.
NUMBER 42;
Mt. View Lodge, No. 179. I.O.O.F.
met at the usual hour on Oct. 14th, 1911
with L. D. Bockman, N. G. presiding
over a good attendance. Considerable
routine and other business was trans-
acted.-';
Bros. E. D. Staley and C M. Buck
were reported as still doing no good in
way of recovery. Bro. R. F. Pippin,
strange to relate, after his protracted
affliction still seems to be improving
though somewhat slowly.
The 3rd degree was conferred upon
three applicants. Several committees
made reports. From the present out
look the proposition of hall building by
v the Lodge is a live wire and something
. is doing, even if some do regard the
matter as too visionary. Shares of
stock of $10. each will very likelyin a
short time be offered to all members
and in fact to any and all who can ap
preciate the importance of such a build
ing in this community. A full explana
tion of the enterprise will appear in
circular form very likely in a short
while. Every one should aid this move
as it will fill a long felt want of this
community.
V . Special Election,
A special election is hereby ; ordered
to be held at the regular voting place
in the Eighth Civil District of Putnam
County, Tennessee, on Saturday, Nov.
11, 1911, for the purpose of electing a
Justice of the Peace for said district to
fill out the unexpired term of A. G.
Ciouse, resigned, and the following of
ficers are hereby appointed to open and
hold said election and proper returns
make of the same, in the manner re
required by law. .
Officer-W. M. Williams.
- ClerksJames Allison, Frank Massa.
Judges Jesse Farley, J. F. Gentry,
T. C. Thompson.
J. Whitson, Chairman,
E. H. Boyd, Secretary,
B. M. Brown,
Board of Election Commissioners for
Putnam County.
Program for Teacher's Meeting
.Following is the program for Teach
er's meeting to be held at Bald Hill, 8th
District, Saturday, Oct 28th, 1911:
9:30 Devotional Exercise.
9:45 Welcome Address, Snowden
Leftwich;
10:00 The Duty of Parents aa Pa-1
trons, H. C. Coleman, Discussion, J.
W. Hickey.
10:30 Agriculture in the Public
'Schools, H. D. McCulley, J. M. Phy,
Jesse Gilliam.
11:00 The Parent, The Taher and
The Boy, Dr. S. E. Ryan; Discussion.
11:30 Importance of Systematic
Reading by the Teacher, T. K. Sisk;
General Discussion. --
12:00-Noon.
Id6 Self Culture and Growth, Prof.
F, S. Ditto; General Discussion.
2:45 Corn Club and Corn Growing,
Dr. W. ESypert; Discussion.
3:15 The Teacher's Duty as Teacher
Chester Pattorof Discussion.
3:30 Mathematics as a Factor in
Mind Training, C. O. Chisam.
3:45 Reports on Conditions of schools
from each teacher present. .
4:00 Close. ; -:
Every teacher who is not providential
ly hindered is requested to be present.
You will notice that the program is not
so long owning to the fact that not so
many speakers nave been placed on.
We have given room for a general dis
cussion of each subject and I am anxious
that each teacher take advantage of
this and have something to say on some
subject during the day. Select the sub
ject in which you are interested and
come prepared to say "something on it.
Do not stay away because you are not
on the program, for you will be given a
chance to say something. We are keep
ing a record of the attendance at these
meetings. "Respectfully,
J. M Hatfield, Co. Supt.
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The -one sure way to have mo
ney is to save it The one sure
way to save it is by depositing it
in a responsible bank. Call and
see us. a irst national hank.
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We Welcome Your Call
and Your Business
To save, one must sacrifice. The best things of
life are gained in this way. If you want to lay aside
a part of your earnings, come -to this bank and open
an account. A bank account will assist you Sreatly
in the undertaking. We welcome small depositors.
The man, woman, boy or girlNwho begins to save
by a definite plan, lays a solid foundation for happi
ness and prosperity yes and health, too.
The saving habit grows upon one as' results lend
encouragement. There's no pleasure more wholesome
or exhiliarating than that which comes from reaping
the rewards of subduing vagrant desires.
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Cookeville, Term.
Capital Double that of Any Other Bank in Putnam County
UNDER DIRECT CONTROL OP THE U. 8. GOVERNMENT
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J. T. Andeksow,
President
Thos. Mason,
' Cashier
G H. Low.
Vl President
J. R. Douglass,
Vice President
V Where they Preach
The Tennessee Conference of
the M. E. Church, South, closed
Monday. J. T. Blackwood was
appointed presiding elder for the
Lebanon district for another year.
W. M. McClearen comes to Cooke
ville, W. E. Doss to Alexandria,
J. O. Crawford to Baxter, J.' W.
Pearson to Monterey and Algood,
S. M. Ensor to Oak Hill and Pa
ron. G. W. Nackles goes to
Hendersonville. i
The W. C. T. U. held a very
interesting and enthusiastic meet
ing "with Miss Alma Hinds on .teat
Tuesday afternoon. Our next
meeting will be with Mrs, L.
Ensor two weeks from the above
day.'. ,. ' I .:; XZX
We have just received our stock
of cotton seed meal. It is good
for cows. Try it. -
Cookeville Feed & Grain Co.
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