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ERNEST H. BOYD
BOYD & BOYD Lawyers , COOKEVILLE, TENN. Office on South Side of Public Square, in the Sloan Building, over Hinds' Drug Store H. S. BARNES Lawyer Office in the Gibson Building . COOKEVILLE, TENN. DR. W. S. McCLAIN (Osteopath) Telephone No. 184 COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Office Next Door to Gainesboro Telephone Co. No Charge for Examination.' L. M. MYERS LAUNDRY FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED Leave your work at Dr. Ragland's store COOKEVILLE, TENN. Hinds' Catarrh Remedy If catarrh is your trouble get out by using this remedy. It mu i!iim l lu ui ul lu umm HHHia HjujiMiaMWS Tl i n-i ! nrinrTTfrT li SPECIAL OFFER OF BULBS Jl Now Is the time to plant. t Write for Club Order prices. , J JOY FLORAL CO. 4 f 601 Church Street, NASHVILLE, TENN. FAT HOGS FOR SALE Cookeville Roller Mills FULCHER BRICK CO. Building Brick-Press Brick g . NASHVILLE, TENN. Write for prices 6-1 See WENNING and you'll See Manufacturing Optician 221 Fifth Ave?, North ' NASHVILLE, .TENNESSEE j Keep-U-Neat PRESSING SHOP jj ;j .T. BOBBINS, Prop. , j U Shirley Block, Main St - COOKEVILLE j 1! Give Me a Share of Your Work jj SIIIGHESTEn SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND Aak yea DntM for CHI-CHES-TSk'S A blAMOND BRAND PILLS in Rkd andA Oolo metallic boxes, sealed with; Bluet cl) Ribbon. TAX.M wo oma. BtfrfTMrv 1rmmflt mmi aak for CHI-Cl nilUAVD URIKB PILLS. HKB.TE.K B) years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable. ai t a , nniinnicro & . .kw - mm m a w m i mm mm Va.k'tt ns-a. w u a w A. W.BOYD k TIMR I TRIED ClfCDVliU CDC WORTH klbll I II L. II ft TESTED Lancing Health is very good in this community except a few colds. We arehaving some real cold weather now. i " " . Mr and Mrs. Bill Shower were visiting Mrs. Terrie White Saturday. The Debating Society at Clear Creek is progressing nicely with good attend ance.x -.'. Mrs. M.E. Shaver went to see Mrs.Bon ham last Wednesday. Virgil Smith has. returned to his home after spending a few months with .his brother and sister in Indianapolis, Ind. Virgil says he had a nice time while a- way. i '.' " Mrs.Mary Shaver is visiting her dagh- ter, Mrs. White at this writing. . Several from tnis place are attending court at Wartburg this week. Cousin Alex F.how are you! I'm look ing for an answer to that card I stnt you. How are your mama and papa? Wonder what has become of Joe An drew, he was at Foyil, Okla., the last time I head from him but that has been sometime ago; would sure like to hear from Aunt Bettie A. too. There was great fright in thi3 part last Saturday morning. A young lady came very near getting choked to death while eating some beaisteak but she is about all right now. Phlly says uo one will ever see her eating beef sgain soon. Mrs, Oakes of Deer Lodge was visit ing Mrs. M.E. Shaver Friday. Horatio and Oscar Shaver, Virgil Smith and Dolph Brown attended church at Lav ender last Saturday night. Aunt SallieT. heard you had all "your teeth taken out; guess uncle George is tickled. If any one can give me Mrs.M. J.Gra- ham'a address wish they would do so I would be very much pleased asMrs.Gra ham and I are cousins, although I never had the pleasure of meeting her but have heard my mother speak of her lots Talihina, Okla. -Ed. Hattie Shaver. Doan's Regulets cure constipation, tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, promote digestion and appetite and ea sy passage of the bowels. Ask your drugdist for them. 25 cents a box; ; Monterey A series of meetings are in progress it the Christian church, conducted by Rev. I. B. Bradley. . A seven year old girl of Parker Hicks' died last week with diphtheria. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wiggins are the par ents of a new bahy girl. Rev.O.C.Crain and family have return ed to Monterey to permanently reside, after spending two years on a farm in Warren County. v 1 Robert McClain of Cookeville spent Sunday in our city. w: D. H. of West Nashville, did you get my letter? Well dear readers, before this letter shall be read by the large Hearld fam ily and others Thanksgiving xlay shall have come and gone. Thanksgiving day with turkey, chicken, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pies and so many other good eats I could mention. . While the writer may not be so f ortuuate as perhaps some of you good readers,, yet she can be as thankful as the President of the Unit ed States; each day of our lives srionld a day of thanksgiving. The Psalm ist David "says: "Oh that men ..would praise the Lord for his goodness and his wonderful works to the children ofmen. And again: "I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall continually be in my mouth." Mollie Dahuff. ; - Try Hinds' Cough Remedy for that troublesome cough, better. . There is nothing , ' ' 2t "No. 2052 . ORDER OF PUBLICATION In Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn Myrtle Burgess vs. Bill Burgess. In this cause, it appearing from the bill which is sworn to, that Bill Bur gess, the de2endant, is a non-resident of the State, he is, therefore hereby required to appear, ' on or before the first Monday of January next, before the Clerk and Master of said Court, at his office in Cookeville, and make de fense to the bill filed against him in said Court by Myrtle Burgess, or oth erwise the bill will be taken for con fessed. : It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Futnam County Herald. This Nov. 24th. 1911. . : x V. 1' BOCKMAN, " Clerk and Master. By Algood Carlen, D. C. & M. 43-4t No. 2053 i ORDER OF PUBLICATION In Chancery Court -at Cookeville, Tenn. State of Tennessee vs. A. K. Webb eta In this cause, it appearing from the bill which is sworn to, that Jamas Com stock, Jack Fewman and S. E. Coile, three of the defendants, are non-resi dents of the State, they are therefore, hereby required to appear on or before the first Nonday of January next, bet fore the Clerk and Master of said Court at his office in Cookeville, and make defense to the bill filed against them ana others m said Court, by the btate of Tennessee, otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed as to them. It is f urthsr ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the futnam Uouuty Herald. This Nov. 24th, 1911. V. E. Bookman, Clerk and Waster. Bv Algood Carlen. D. C. & M. t 48-4t ... No. 2054 ! ORDER OF PUBLICATION ' In Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn. state or Tennessee vs. Tn thia cause, it annearinff from the bill Which is s worn to, ; that-Thomas NcCaleb and Sherman McUaleb two of the .defendants,' are non-residents cf thm State, thev are. .therefore -.hereby required to appear, on or before the first Monday of January next, loetore the Clerk and Master of said uourt, at nia office in Cookeville. and make de- fpnan tn the bill filed acainst them and others in said Court, by the State of . aaia Tennessee,-or otherwise tne Din, will De taken for confessed as to them. It in further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in tne futNam uounty neraia. This Nov. 24th, 1911, ... V. E. Bookman, . Clerk and Master. Bv Alcrood Carlen. D. C. & M. 48-4t f o - - . - No. 2042 ;r' ORDER OF PUBLICATION State of Tennessee, etc., vs. F. P. Smith et al. In this cavse. it appearing from the bill which is sworn to, that John Haw kins. H. H Johnson, J ay H. B. Alt- doerffer and Howard Ross Altdoeffer, some of the defendants, aie non-residents, of the State, rhey are, therefore, hereby required to appear, on or before the first Monday of December next, be fore the Clerk and Master or said uourt at his office in Cookeville, and make de fense to the bill filed against them and tfthers in said Court by State of Ten nessee, etc. , or otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed. - ' It is further orderea that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Putnam County Herald. This Nov. 4th, 1911. V. E. Bookman, ' ! Clerk and Master. By Algood Carlen, D.C.&M. 45-4t Sale of Household Goods Vnf ttia nnrnnao nf wirtflJno"' tin the estate of Nancy Byers, deceased, and paying the indebtedness of the deceased T will on Saturdav. the 9th dav of - De cember, 1911, at the home ol the de- ceased offer for sale an tne nousenoid nnH kitchen furniture of the said ' de ceased, composed of the following: 1 feather bed and bed clothing, canned fruit, safe and table, and some crock ery ware. This gale will be on six months credit with approved security. " This llth day oi inov. ivii. ' B. H. Stockton, Administrator. , , No. 2047 . ORDER OF PUBLICATION In Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn. " State of Tennessee, etc., vs. D. L.' Burton et al. In this cause, it appearing from the bill which is sworn to, that G. W. Mss ters, one of the defendant?, is a non resident of the State, he i&, therefore hereby required to appear, on or before ihe first Monday of December next, be fore the Clerk and Master of said court at his office inCooki ville, and make de fense to the bill Oled against him and others in said court by the State of Tennessee, etc.. or otherwise tee bill will be taken for confessed. It i3 further ordedred that this notice be published for four consecutive weens in the Putnam County Herald. , - This Nov. 8th, 1911. , :S V. E. Bookman, Cierk na xiater. Algood Carlen. D. C. & M. s 45-4t : ' '. No. 2041 In Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn. btate of lennessee, etc., vs. W. M. Farley et al. In this cause, it appearinar from the bill which is sworn to. that A.S. White head, one of the defendants, is a non resident of. the State, he is, therefore, hereby required to appear, on or before the first Monday in December next, be- tore tne uierK and Master of said Court at his office in Cookeville, and makede fense to the bill filed ap-ainst him hnd others in said Court by State of Ten nessee, etc., or otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Putnam County Aerald. This JNov. 4th, 1911. V. E. Bookman, Clerk and Master. By Algood Carlen, C.C.& M. 45-4 1 ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS To the Creditors of W. R. Poston, -de ceased: ,:'..: i:;:.: V,3 ;. In obedience to an order made bv the Chancery Court at Cookeville. Tenn.. in the case of Morgan , Produce Co, et al vs. Helen Poston et al, the creditors of W. R. Poston. deceased, are hereby no tified to have themselves made parties to said cause by petition and prove their claims against said Poston on or before January 1st, 1912, or they may be ex cluded from the benefit of said suit and from sharing in the assets of said W. R. Poston, deceased. ; ': . , Said creditors and claimants are also hereby notified that by order of said Court in said 4 cause they and each of them are enjoined from instituting any suit against the said W. R. Poston. de ceased, otherwise than by petition iu said pending cause ; ana an parties now suing the said W. R. Poston. deceased. are enjoined from , proceeding in their suits further than to judgment. This July 10th, 1911. - :, T v.- E. Bookman, ' Clerk and Master. . By Algood CarLen, v 7 D. C. & M. . ju!13-janl ADVERTISEMENT FOR CREDITORS To the Creditors of W. G. Pratt Stave Company: ." ' ;- '- In obedience to an order marie hv tha Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn., in tne case oi jonn ju. tsoman vs. W.G. Pratt Stave Co. et al, the creditors of W. G. Pratt Stave Co. are herehv rmri. fied to have themselves made parties to said cause by petition, and prove their claims against said W. G.'Pratt Stave Co. on or before the first dav nf n. cember, 1911, or they may be excluded from tne oenent or said suit and from sharing in the assets of said W. CI. Pratt Stave Co. M Said creditors and claimants are also herebv notified that bv 1 order nf oniH Court in said cause they, and each of them are enioined from institutino- n suit against the said W, G. Pratt Stave Uo. otherwise than by, petition in said cause; and all parties now suing the said W.G. Pratt Stave Co. are eninWrl from proceeding farther in their suits uiau w juuiiiciii.. i t ' This July 5th, 1911. V. E. Bookman jul6-decl.. . Clerk and Master. For the first time i in years we have gone terough a campaign without being ' afflicted with the individual who takes a straw vote. If he comes around be fore Saturday we'll chloroform him.