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PUMAl mwmi JtJUUlW, VOLOME K. COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911. NOHBEB49. . '" Honor Roil Following is the roll of honor for the r Cookeville school of music for the month II - n of November: " I 1 1 cr m fy, : O O: 'O- O: lit. View Lodge, No. 179 I. 0. 0. F. Loia Wirt, Christine Gregory," Cora held a splendid meeting on Dec. 2, 1911 Allison, Lucile Robertson, Myra Rims, Leon D. Bockman, N. G. presiding with Emily Sue Dow, Lucile Dolan, Mary some 30 bros. in attendance. The usual Nita Ree McDaniel, Coma Lof tis, routine business was disposed of. J Roberta Frice, Constance Gregory, Era All of the sick , Bros. Staley. Buck. Ua Jadd, lenme Alma Stanton, Rosi- Pippin and Garrison were reported to lind Algood, Flossie Jared, Susie Mary be about as last week. - One petition for reinstatement and one for membership by. transfer- were presented, received and . reperred to committees. r': The Rebekahs held an entertainment on the 30th ult. which surpassed any- tning of the kind about here for many years, mere was an abundant Bupp'y of turkey, ham, cake, cranberry sauce - etc. There was a good crowd in atten dance and all seemed to enjoy . the en tertainment There being a great deal of the good things left over. ; v V The election of Lodge officers result " ed as follows: Norman Massa, N. G.; J. M, Qaarles, V. G.; W. L Stewart, Treasuer and L. R. McClain, Secretary. Finley, Virgina Dow, Blanche Franklin, Martha Wolff. - h - Obey City ' Dear Editor and Herald family; we are having plenty of snow now and it makes me sorry for the rabbits for I know J. W. Aehburn will kill lotiTof them, v " v' '- ' . ' - A. L Gracy is visiting the-writer. K. M. Tudor got horse kicked this morning but I don't think he was hurt very bad..: Ella Willett is it much cold in Mis souri it is very cold here it has snowed three times this fall.' Say Myma Wilson when you get to Obey City write to us and if it is a good country we will come to you. I have nam h i a a a ! ! Fkst -Na&inisil "Basil i ;;.e.fam;is;the. place to make and save money but the only safe place to keep your money is a reliable bank. Is your account small, we are interested in it, nevertheless. Many of our best accounts. were at onetime small. We would like to have you deposit with us and promise you every courtesy and convenience in our power 1 to give. Th is bank accepts deposits from one dollar up. Why not come in and ppen an account jvrith us. -Let us help you save. v v 3.T. Andersok, President , Tbos. Mason, Ctchler The installation will occur nrst meeting been thinking about going up North but in January, wu. t dont want to aro hardlv as far as Obev The nail nuuaing enterprise is ; pre- cfty. gressmg. . ' Hattij S. I received vour card 0. K: The new degree stair, arter a nttie rr don't know whm l will o-At tn nm practice, are doing nne ana promises out there I will try to come out this extra results winter. I wish I eanlA Phri.tmaa Let all attend our next meeting, 9th. w jth you all. ' W. A. Tudor Doy's Corn Clubs " , I' .. - Salem T Teachers and otners who rttennded The sine-ini? at Salem Sundav aftpr. the first two teacher's meetings this noon, led by Austin Smith ; of Cooke- REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF fall will remember tnat tne sut)iect ol ville was a success. : TI. r s. T1 1 n 1 Boy's Corn Clubs was discussed . at Manus Speck and Hattle Poteet of lilt tlt$l MfXllOUtUUWMl these meetings. : it was stated tnat it Algood. were iruests of Myrtle Walker a nj,L,iu i Vf- r;- would oe our purpose wiin tne aic or me i Sunday. ' -see. at the close of business Dec. 7. 1911. teacners to organize some ciuds in tnis I ; ,Miss Rosa Bullock who has been resources county. -; ;;.-, . v r ; , ; visiting her sister lias returned home. Loans and Discounts $130.760. 56 Since then l nave been trying to get 50,000.00 i 600.00 1,400.00 Coolicville, Tenn. . .V. Capital Double that of Any Other Bank in Putnam County " UNDER DIRECT CONTROL OF THE U. S. GOVERNMENT GioH. Lows, Vie President J. R. Douglasr. -Vke Preatdent - in touch with the agent of U.S. " gov ernment who has eharge of this work in Tennessee, in order to get literature and instructions to place in the. hands of, the boys. This part of the work has now been done, and early in January, we, with the help of the teachers, farmers and others interested in the matter, especial ly the county papers, desire to organize a number of clubs' in this county. - Further information will be - given later, and we also invite every one to lend a helping hand. , Respectfully, . . , -i J. U. Hatfield, Co. Supt nalsed Flnm Corn II. D. Whitson brought to this office ten ears of corn that weigh 2G2oun ei. Fifty two ears like these would weigh : a bushel This cbrn was raised with- out being plowed, all the cultivation be in? done with a diso harrow, which went over the land four times. The corn was planted at the time ox new moon. " The crop of 16 acres was cut and shocked, and yielded 50 bushels to the acre. ' Who can beat this with corn tabed within five miles of Cookeville,. ' Read our offer of the Daily Democrat t J the llerald one year tc;ether with V; handsome set of world atlas for only ' X3.C5, the price of the Democrat aone. If yoi want the diily without Sunday it 1 be only, U CO. Every, Deovcrat iuJdiead th cnly atale dai.y uews yoprr in ihe state: Ltt u iavi your . fc4 j- O " p Creed llaynard of . Cookeville was a U . Bonds o secure circu- welcome visitor at Salem Sunday after- isT KfiiiZl noon. .-j- . ; . Premiums on Stock. - .There will be a debate at Salem, Fri-1 Banking house. Furniture, day before Christmas, in the afternoon Everybody invited to come. Herman nuaaieston sun UKes to go north. . Who said Prof Patton had to lecd his bicycle Sunday. Weddings seem to be very popular at present; Volunteer of Academy, ; California come on with your letter, as we all know you. " The Salem school will close on Christ mas day, with a Christmas tree for the school and the public. Everbody is In vited to come. ' Two Chums. P. M. Smith Piano Contest and Fixtures .,1 . . . . Z . . 4, 300. 00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 16,570.03 Due from approved Reserve - Agents . ; ; ". " 8, 480. 34 Checks and otherCash Items 241.34 Notes of other National Banks 1,000.00 Fractional Paper Currency, t - r Lawful Money Reserve in ? r ; BANK. VIZ: y-itrVs SDecie...... .t.... $8,376.00 8.376.00 Redemption fund with U S. ; Treasurer (5 per cent, ox circulation) 2,500.00 Total .,$224,180.80 Miss Lola IZhes Misa EtU Geny. ....... Miss Bessie Kinniird, Mizs Sarah DwrB.i... Mrs. Mae Smith. ..... Miss Charlie Shanks..;... Miss Mattie Foutch ..... Hazel Anderson .......... Miss Callie Chahin Miss Vallie Mae Carr..i... Clara Cole:. Miss Vera Maxwell : Uhts Thena Maddux : M iss Lucile Sadler. . : Hattle Lee Payne r.. Mrs. Susie Scarlett.. Effle Gentry.; ... 11 attie Whitson Miss Ze'la Borcen... Uyrtte TCbcita.;.:. Mv cteiiuiuaw receiving in j l reatest number of votes fur . sale of nr ere hah dime from itc. a o cloe of contest rccvitt, votei uUo. 141,500 137.100 .85,450 .60,650 .89,850' .82,250 .20,450 . 16,400 .28.100 .15,850 . 20,750 ; .i7,ioof ..16,5C-J . .13,700 .12,150 i .:..;...10.8503 ........ 16, i'QO ......10,050 n.eco 1 ...16,0- . UABILITISS ; Capital stock paid in 6O.C00.OO Surplus fund r,....U ;,1,CQ0.00 Undivided wonts, less ix- s - , -peases and Taxes paid : 3,142.88 National BsnJc-otes out; standinar ... . 50,000 00 Due to oth r National nanKs b,:&u.K Individual deposits subject to check . ... .:. f2,453.00 Time certificates of deposit ll,m.$2 Certified Checks 35.80 Cashier's checks outstanding , 823.65 Total. &rt22 180.80 State of Tenneiiset' Cjnt(r of Putnam, ss: J I, Thos. ;MbCorj ; (jasnler ox the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge $nd belief. ' 1 HOS. JCON, jussnier. Subscribed and tworn to before me this 8th day of Dei, Mil? - S. Hay den yocNJ,noizry ruoiic. . Correct. AtU st: W L. Whitson, D. .-i ii.c-, i. T. Hir.ds, Directors. at i i; i Snowy Bh'zzard and Santa Claus Old Kris Krinkle. the king, of the kids, has arrived at .Phillip V & Buttorff 's, Nashville, Tesn., and says the crop of Christmas II ireeo naven Deen nurt. Ana you ought to have seen the toys be brought-enough to put a stock of Christmas presents ia every store in the country. ; ;..Write for a Phillips & E-itorff catalogue. . ' ' - ft-$'- f; ;: v ' If your father is a desJcr Ull him to get some to sell. It will draw nbe other merchant's cus tomer to his store. ' ; ' Five oent toy will srV? that yoo haveo't forgotten a fl::sd.. An elegant Toilet Set fcr ycer sweetheart may make her say "jes'i - ,. It's t7ell worth the invert:ent to make the trip to Nashvii: j tnd see Phillips & Buttorff'a t:jjest of all holiday displays. , . ,2i7-22Third Arc. IJ. ' nashville, tet;::. , Cock stove tad a few ether L.th ixi articles for sale, cheap. i i t i V I: i1.