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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, November 23, 1911, Image 9

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All Work is Fully Guaranteed
Gibson Building, Down Stairs
Phone at Office and Residence
Hinds' Cold Tablets are the best re
medy for breaking up colds. 2t
Another batch or weatner is appar
ently on hand as we go to press.
Velvet moving pictures every nisrht
except Sunday at the Savoy Theatre.
You cannot afford to miss seeing or
hearing the Schuberts Dec. 4ch, at Col
. legeC . :y "' : '. ;
O.C.Canatser.the lawyer and capital
ist of Monterey, made us a pleasant call
to day. .; . ';,
Try Hinds' Cough Remedy for . that
troublesome cough. There is nothing
- better. . v ' . . ' 2tv
Rev. W.M.Baxter preached at Sjca
more, Sunday after noono a large con
gregation. , . . ' -. "; v " V
Pincus Bros, great sale is attracting
many buyer. Read their page ad. in
this paper. ' V.: ... .
J.M.Haynes went to Nashville on Mon
day to take up his duties as fireman at
thecapitol building.
At a special meeting of the Board of
Aldermen held today the special bond
election was called off. " f ,
"The new cook. is one of the features
at the Savoy Theatre Friday and Sat
urday of this week it's a scream.
Grading is now being done on the
Buck Mountain road looking east from
the northeast corner of the square. ;"' ,
J.H. Watts has got in a portion of his
stock of drugs and is ready for business
He is located in the Greenwood block.
The Savoy Theatre is on the Cincin
nati Association circuit, which insures
the best pictures that money can buy.
" .... . .,''
Mrs. M.S. Pate has returned from Mc-
Alester, Okla., where she had been for
several months aud is at home in this'
city. .:
Dr. W. S. McClaih will be in Sparta
most of the time during the next thirty
days where he has professional engage
ments. : w 'y- , j
Frank Richmond, Jr., is visiting his
father. Frank is in the cavalry service
of thetrmy a.id stationed at Ft Leaven
worth, Kans.
Mrs. Will Shannon and her two daugh
ters of McComb, 111., visited Rev.W.W.
Baxter last week. Mrs. Shannon is an
aunt of Bro. Baxter.
At the College Monday night, Dec. 4th
The Schuberts a mixed quarter of pi ay
' era, singers and dramatic and musical
sketches in costume.; Prices 80, 40, 60c
r The home of Sam Oak es at Baxter
burned Tuesday . morning. The , house
was insured by the German Fire Insur
ance Co. who will make; settlement at
.. once. y yy . ';, ' : . ' ' -. .-? :?i ;
A Rev. E. L.1 Mc Williams will preach at
the C. P. Church next Sunday morning
and night. He is employed to ' preach
each second and fourth Sundays in each
month. " ;T;";.":r r.: '
J ' I
If you are in need of any thing in wi:w
ter goods why not go to Whitson Bros.
Great Reduction sale you ean save big
luonty. Thu aiegiijg out wf b-a jVi.
Dr.H.C.Martinand W.B. Smith have
return d from their trip to Texas. Mr
'Smith came back by way of Florida.
ihey.haa a pleasant trip and an enjoy
able time. ' , " ,
The Cookeville Bottling works plant
was sold in auction last Monday by Rec.
Frank Richmond,and brought about $1,
900. W.R. Bradford of Baxter was the
successful bidder. r - - '
We have provided every known saf
guard for the protection of our depos
itors!. The best of everything is what
we offer them; we solicit your business
First National Bank.
A JMasnviiie .constructor is moving
the buildings of J.C.Elrod from the site
bought by the government for the Uni
ted States court house and has them all
moved but the residennce.
The foot ball team from Jos.W.AUen
College of Carthage came up last . Sat
urday and plajed the Cookeville high
school team. C. H. S; won the con
test by a score 42 to 0. a return game
will be played at Carthage on Thanks
giving day. y: " v
Silas L. Scarlett died at his home in
West Cookeville Nov. 16, after a long
illness and wa3 buried at the Byers
graveyard. . He was 76 years of age, a
member of the Methodist church and a
devout christian. He leaves a wife
and eight children. -
A Union Thanksgiving service will be
held in Cookeville at' 10 oclock on the
morning of Nov.30. The service will be
held at the Presbyterian church. Addres
ses will be made by all of the ministers
of Cookeville.' i very body is cordially in
vited and urged to attend. ' :
.' y. : ' : , :'. Wanted ' . -, :: ; ':..
"We. always have a place for the right
kind of man and woman, several good
positions now open. Write or appear
at Singer Sowing machine Co., Galla
tin, Tenn. C. B. Allen, Mgr.
Celebrates 81st Year
Last Sunday Hon. D. L. Dow was 81
years old. having been born Nov. 19,
1830. Mr. Dow is a native of Illinois
but has lived in Tennessee since he was
a young man. He is one of our most
highly respected citizens, a Christain
gentleman in the fullest sense.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dow gave a
dinner in honor of the event to ' mem
bers of the family and a few guests.
Card of Thanks
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to our friends and acquaintances
for their sympathy and kindness shown
us during the sickness and death of our
dear husband and father. May God bless
each and every one of you and if ever
in our power to show our appreciation
in any way, we are ever ready; Hthey
will ever be remembered by us. ,
Mrs. Silas Scarlett and Children.
' The Death of Cora Robinson
Little Cora Robinson the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Quin Robinson, age five
years, entered into rest Nov. 12, 1911
after an illness of a few days of dypthe
ria. ' She leaves a father, mother, a lit
tle sister and many friends to mourn
her loss. . v . r.C;
By her sweet disposition and smiling
face she won a place in many" hearts
that deeply deplore her death. Cora
was an exceptional y sweet girl and she
will be sadly missed and long remember
ed by her father arid mother who ten
derly !ovfl her, and by her friencs
whose Bweet companionship they
She bas none to th it beautiful home
there to dfweti forever with God and the I
Wet Angela. Fannie BonxNNON. j
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..Remember Uic litrald costs only '252 .
mmmm -.mm
Absolutely Puro -
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal G rape C ream of Tartar
United States Court
United States district court has bef n
in session in Cookeville thi3 week with
JudgeE. H.San ford on the bench, assist
ant attorney J. R. McCail looking after
the government's interests. The term
ran three days,- adjourning. Wednesday
Most of the cases tried were for vi
olating the revenue laws but there were
two postal cases. The most important
ca?e was against Geo. Wilkinson for
counterfeiting, who plead guilty and was
given a penitentiary sentence.
The next term will probably develop
considerable buisness in civil cases.
Walker Ayres;
Beautiful and impressive in its quiet
solemnization was the marriage of Miss
Arbella Ayres and Mr. Herbert Walker
of Nashville, which took place last Sun
day afternoon at 2:30 at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. Robt. Womack
Prof. W. B. Boyd was the efficiant.
The parlor, which was the scene of
the ceremony was beautifully decorated
in chrysanthemums, ferns and autumn
leaves. . ' ' . " ' ' :
The bride wore a stylish blue tailored
suit with blouse and hat to match, and
carried a boquct of bride's roses. '
Mr. and Mrs. Walker left immediate
ly for Nashville, where they will reside.
You can buy for $11.65 the best $15.00
men's suit in our store. No goods priced
up and then marked down, so as to make
them appear cheap on paper, . We al
ways do what we advertise.
Whitson Bros.
1TUST a little Comparison of Mer-
fi cHandise decides the trading place
pa A T7 PTT
When buying salt the first thing to consider is the
quality; second, the price and quantity When buy
ing salt insist on having GENUINE XXXX OHIO
RIVER SALT, the kind that will not get hard, the
only kind from which you can obtain satisfactory re
sults; Why pay $2.00 per barrel for cheap salt when
you can buy the best from us at the same price? Al
ways carry a large stock. Will greatly appreciate
your business. -
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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. ' Whitson Bros.
As Many a Cookavllle Reader Knows
too Well " ',. "
When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it' -
The urine is nature's calendar. ,
Infrequent or too frequent action,
' Any urinary trouble tells cf kidney ills
Doau's kidney Pills are for kidney
ills. : . : " .
People in this vicinity testify to their
B.G.Keath, 223Morgan St , Harriman, '
Teen., says: "Whenever I feel in need
of a kidney medicinel get Doan's Kidney
Pills and they never fail to bring me
prompt and positive relief. When I first
obtained Doan's Kidney Pills, I was
suffering from lame back and weak
kidney but it did not take this remedy
long to give ma complete relief . I take
pleasure in confirming all I said about
Doan's Kidney pills when I publicly en
dorsed them in 1907" - ; .
, For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, 'sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
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