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EMIT MO' VOLUME IX. COOKBVILLE, TENNESSEE, IHDESDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1911. NUMBER 47. ATI TT o Q. 0 - o II o 0 0 Mt. ViewLodee. No. 179. 1. O. 0. F( ; met at the usual hour Novr 17thp 1911 " Notwithstanding the inclemency of the " weather and it being Friday night also there was a moderate attendance. ' : L. G. Bock man N. G. presiding. The usual routine business was disposed of, BrosStaley, Buck and Pippin were re " ported perhaps somewhat better. Bro Dank Garrison was reported worse, he is gradually growing weaker. Bro, Norman Mas9a V, G. gone to a Nash ., ville Hospital fcr a three weeks lay up ' and rest, and perhaps may have his f cot . amputated, he has about despaired its recovery. ,. . Our election of officers for next term will be at the meeting, Dec. 2nd, 1911. which will be a strenuous day and night with some of our members. We now have 191 members and unfortunately about a dozen stand to be dropped at the end.of the term. , Come boys, this should not be. You have the time, if 7 you have got the will to get yourselves 1 in good standing. ; We think we are sure going to build ' the Auditorium, the thing the comma nity is needing so much. . The 1st degree , to be given next meeting. Woman loves a clear, rosy complexion. Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood, clears the skin, restores ruddy, sound health. ,-. ' Family Reunion On Tuesday Nov. 7th 1911, the writer and wife were invited guests to a fami ly reunion and birthday dinner in honpr ..' ' "r"v i N mm J oi wm. la. J-yer, wno was a years om on that day. He was a Confederate sol dier and bears a deep scar where he was shot through the hip while in battle. The reunion was held at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allison Mitchell at the old W. J. Mills residence near Pigeon Roost, where about U the children and grandchildren that are in " this part of the country were present including John Hill and family, F. D. Tas lor and family ,v Dank Farria and family, and tiis single son Dibrell, be sides a good number of old friends and acquaintances, the number being about fifty gi;own people besides the grand- : children which swelled the crowd to at least sixty-five. There was also present J. M. Whitson and wife, John P. Hud dleston and wife. Uncle Mack Wilhite - and wife. Ij. ;-,.;. ;! .;,-; '7. V'-'VJ, The three latter . named gentlemen were Veterans of the Civil War " with Uncle Billie. They recounted some of ' the happenings of the early sixties, the lost but just cause of the South and the constitution of State rights" for which they fought arid spent the-prime of their Jives. Also J. H. Dowell and , ; wife, Asbury Bullock and wife, Nathan Bartlett and wife, Mr. Petty and wife, " Byrd Dowell and wifeR. M. Breeding and wife, Eli Shipley and wiie, Mrs. Margarett Wright and daughter, Mrs. Walter McClain, Mrs. Henry Caruthers Miss Alma Kinnard, Brice Wright and wife, Mrs; Haskell Bartlett and Grand mother Bartlett and Mrs. Tennie Bart lett Perhaps others were present.. The writerhad the honor and p easure , of sitting at the table with sixteen of the olde$t men and women above men-; tio.ied n.cluding tie four Confederate' soldiers and , their venerable, faithfu Southern wives, and such a social, old fashioned crowd end good cheer one for another as neighbors are not often found. , The inspiration received upon the oc cassion was an uplift to all present. As host and hostess Bro. Mitchell and wife cannot be excelled and a finer dinner of every variety of the very best o eatables cannot' be thought of, well cooked and well served in that old time Southern style of hospitality that makes you feel so free and so much at home, The day will long be , remembered with pleasure. Bro. Dyer is one of our most honored and respected citizens, of the highes Christian character and a staunch Dem ocrat in pontics, rio man has a nicer nor jmore upright set of children than Bro. Dyer and all his sons in-law are are honorable and upright citizens. Their kindness and affectionate love and high respect they ever show for their aged father gives them a warm place in the hearts of all right thinking peo ple wno adhere to and practice toe Scripture-that says, "Honor thy father and thy mother that thy days may be long upon the earth." J. N. KING. Rexall Remedies are the tiest I have a nice line of these remedies and can recommend them as the best for the troubles for which the are pre pared. They are as good as money and brains can produce. Z. T. Hinds. 2t COMING! COMING! Mixed Quartet, The Schuberti, Dec.4 The program presented by the Schu- berts is popular and high. class. The en emble work is beautiful, the voices blend as nearly perfectly as possible, and the individual work in solos, readings and pi ano monologues is in the same class. Set dom has a program been given of such variety and of such excellence. This is the second number of the Lyceum course and -we can assure you that this is a number that you cannot afford to miss. W have three more fine numbers such as are seldom presented in towns as small as this, you cannot afford to pass them by. We still have a small number or goods seats that we are selling for $1.65 for the balance of the course. For this attraction the prices will be: child ren, 30c; general admission, 40c; reserv ed seats 50c. Doors open 7.30. Curtain 8.P.M. Tickets for sale at Dr. Guthries 'Office.; ' r::.-." -, . Guthrie and Pincus. Byrne-Yeargan C.B.Bryne of Ft. Worth, Tex., and Miss Marie Yeargan of this city where mar- riid at the Presbyterian Church Wednes day afternoon at 1 o'clock. More than usual interest has, beenjmanifested in this event as both the young people have a wide circle of friends.. The chur ch was beautifully decorated. Algood Carlen. J.B.Barnes and Misses Elizabeth and Louise Yeargan were the attendants.-. : ; ,. ' r''';''r- The bride was attired in a traveling suit of gray, while her maids wore white altogether,carrying white roses and lil it s of tee valley. ' " ' . Fo lowing the cremny Mr. and Mrs. Bryne left lor Fort Worth, where Mr. Bryne is in tusiness. ' Rev.McCh-aren,' pr.stor. of the M. E. church, South officiated. . - i OOfl ft Watching it Grow j First MaidoBialBairHk ! MARSHALL FIELD CLERKED IN A STORE WHEN HE WAS A BOY. HE PUT IN THE BANK ENOUGH OUT OF HIS SALARY TO START A SMALL BUSINESS OF HIS OWN. TODAY HIS ESTABLISHMENT IS THE FINEST IN THE WORLD. HIS" TWO GRANDSONS WILL GET 400 MILLIONS EACH WHEN THEY ARE . GIVEN THEIR SHARES OF HIS ES TATE. THE SAME OPPORTUNITY IS OPEN TO YOUR BOY. HAVE HIM START A BANK ' ACCOUNT TODAY, AND HE WILL HAVE PLEASURE AS WELL AS YOURSELF IN WATCHING IT GROW. v Cookeville Tenn. v Capital Double that of Any Other Bank in Putnam County UNDER DIRECT CONTROL OF THE U. S. GOVERNMENT J. T. Anderson, President Thob. Mason, . Cashier Gid H. Lows. Vice President ' J. R. DoooLAftS, . Vice Preeident Ho Gifts A Problem that Concerns YOIJ The question that you eternally ask yourself when about, to make Birthday, Xmas, New Year and other gifts isr "What is it the recipients of ray gifts want most, will be mo3t pleas ed with; what will give them the greatest and most pleasant surprise, and what will look its value without too great an outlay of money." , ' ' , It i3 not the appraissd value" in money that makes your gift valuable in the eyes of WORTHY friends, but the THOUCHT you have put into it. , A PHOTOGRAPH carries with it onlv the outline cf your face and form, but rekindles the memory of pleasant days and happy hours, and brings afresh to the mind the price less boon of friendship.1 ' ' ' YOUR PHOTOGRAPH as a gift of remembrauce to your friends and relatives will give more real pleasure to them and less trouble and expense to you than a more costly gift they cannot use. The Baxter Stadio COOKEVILLE, TENN. ' , The StiifTo where Perfect Likenesses the Motto ; la j repared to give you the Latest Popular .Tones,; Correct Posing, Sci entific libting, and Latest Styles. Satisfaction guaranteed. VISITORS WELCOME and samples of work displayed at the Studio. HAVE YOUR, SITTING NOW. The earlier the better. We Wanto Sh3w You. COME NOV! I i i o a a i I 9 ! i 11 !