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YOLUME IX.
COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE, THUESAY; NOVEMBER 16,1911.
NUMBEK 46.
Mt. View Lodge, No. 179, 1. O. O. P.
held a very harmonious meetin g on Nov.
llth, 1911, with a good attendance, con
' sfdering r the ., extraordinary blustery
evening. t ' j .
The usual voutine business was dis
' posed of.
tires, staiey, jjuck ana rippin were
reported about as usual for . the past
two wc eks. Bro. Dank Garrison was
reported no better. ,
. une application lor 1st degree was
balloted upon and declared duly elected
thereto. . . ..: ':::.. ' ' .
The soliciting committee for the sale
of stock in the Auditorium building re
ported progress. The chairman called
the committee to meet on the 16th inst.
. ih9 Kebekans contemplate a sump
tuous banquet on the 30th, thanksgiving.
No one should think or feel that the
Lodge asks or expects them to give
money for the Auditorium. .The JLodge
hopes and expects to pay back to every
: one the amount that he puts into the
building. If all the Bros, will use thei
influence and energy for the Auditorium
as it seems they should, there is no
question but that the enterprise can be
completed in due time lets all try.
Our next meeting will be on the- the
17th inst. Let all attend and renew
interest in the order. ; :
Cookevllle School of Music Honor
Roll of October, 1911. '
Christine Gregory, Emma Sue Dow,
Lucile Dolan, Cora Allison, Lucile Al
lison, Mary Lowe, Linnie Davis, Coma
Lof tis, Constance Gregory, Lois Wirt,
Valhe Williams, Era May , Judd Ray
Wirt and Susie Mary Finley.
We have sold store house and lot to
A.! P. Barnes & Co. Mr.. Barnes will
take charge the first of January. Hence
the reason for the Great Reduction sale
to be found elsewhere in paper. Our
present stock must be sold, regardless
of price. . V Whitson Bros.
Milligan Bohannon
A quiet marriage of interest to many
friends was that of Miss Mary Ann Bo
hannon and Mr. Leslie Milligan last
Thursday. ,. - . , .'' - V !;'"
The ceremony was simple but beati
fully solemnized with Rev. G. B. Brown
officiating, and was witnessed only by
the immediate family. The bride is a
beautiful girl and much loved by all,'
while the . groom is a
young man! ' ;
Dr. F. A. Baker, who left Putnam
county some 12 yews ago, has recently
moved to Shreveport, La.,- where he
has built a two-story house of 10 rooms
wittt all modern conveniences, including
electric to natural ga3. The doctor re
tain; r-is cotton farm of 800 acres at
Greenwood. Master Talmage Baker
has been with his brother since his .fa
ther has been on the road. He is now
in school at Shreveport.
Don't fail to come to Nashville next
Saturday Nov. 25, and attend the great
TOY AND HOLIDAY G009S OPEN-
ING of PHILLIPS &BUTTORFF MFG.
CO. Santa Claus himself will be there
for the purpose of entertaining the chil
dren, and such a display, pf NToy .and
Xmas goods as will be shown lias never
before been seen in the South
Tuesday eaud Wednesnay were taken
up with the taking of depositions here
in the Bartlett will case. The' Walkers
were represented by B. G. Adcock and
H. S. Barnes and the Verblea by Algood
& Finley, Worth Bryant, Boyd & Boyd
and O. K. Holladay. This promises , to
be one of the most hotly contested law
suits in the history of this county.
A weddidg that greatly suprised the
very popular many friends of the contracting parties
was that of Mifs Lena Terry and Mr.
Oscar Ferguson, which took place at
Nashville last Thursday. The bride is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, H.
Terry, and the groom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs, J. B. Ferguson.
Campbell Bohannon was elected
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Don't scatter your money broadcast, but
come here and tank it with this bank. We
offer exceptional facilities to depositors that
help on towards a greater competency! "
The realization of a cherished sum for in
vestment, for home making, for home build
ing, for self culture,, is within the; reach of
every money earner who will say, "I vill."
And every one who will say this can find
a; strong and helpful ally in our bank.
Absolute safety with courteous treatment
is our motto. We solicit new accounts, both
large and small, assuring to all the most
careful attention- to their individualineeds; r
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... . Cookeville, Term. Xl;i
Capital Double that of Any Other Bank in Putnam County.:
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UNDER DIRECT CONTROL wF THE U. S. GOVERNMENT
J. T. Anderson,
President
Taos. Mason,
.Cashier
GroH. Lowe, '
Vice President
J. R. Douglass.
Vice President
O0SM
George W. High
George W. Hi h of this city died in a
Nashville hospital Sunday evening, Nov.
12, 1911, after an illness of about two
week, and was brought to this city for
hnrinl. Ho leaves r wife and two small
children. Geogr was the oldest son pf Nu.atice, of the peace for the Third
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. High, and about
37 years of age. He had been an em
dove of the city for several years and
was a man of sterling character. , ,
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Meeting at Paron
The board of stewards of Paron
E. Church South met recently and
quested the pastor to hold a church con
ference at Paroh on on Saturday befdre
the fourth Sunday ie November, and re
quest every member to be ' present" in
order that they may know their mem
bers. All day services will beheld and
dinner served oh the ground.
dis
trict at a spscial election last Saturday
and W. H. Barr for the i ighth district
Both 'gentlemen have served in the
County Court before, and are among
the best citizens of the conty.
Thh Sunday School convention held
at Shipley the last Saturday in October
was one of the best ever held in 1 this
county. A large crowd attended and
the bountiful dinner was enjoyed by all
The officers who have -served for the
past year were elected. 4
Fred Glover and family of Lavina,
Mont, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Glover of this' city, haying arrived Sun
day fora month's visit Fred has been
in the northwest about nine years - and
has prospered in his ' new home as a
farmer and stockman.' '
Last Monday was the coldest day of
the season ' so far. the thermometer
Muled
Since havine: sent out circulars that I would buv
mules in Cookevflle next ' Tuesday, the 21st, I find
that it will be impossible for me to be there on that ,
day, so don't bring your Muleg Tuesday. '
F;
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Hickman, Tenn.
Ta Dlieuct Bonds '
VA meeting of citizens of Cookevillh
will be ' held in the courthouse vnext
Tuesday nigkt for the purpose of dis
cussing ihequestion of issuing city bonds.
; which is to be voted on Nov, 25. : It is
hoped that alarge attendance may be had teBt ueen:er0inttlQ
. ' . . early morning, '. Saturday: was warm
' We alwaj's have a place for the right
' kind of man and woman, several good
po3ition3 wow open. Write or appear
' at Singer Sowing machine ' Co., Galla-
as summer, ana tnat night a gale blew
from the south, but did no damage ' in
this section. "
Read tre big page 'ad telling" about
the great reduction sale of WhiisonBros.
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