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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, December 21, 1911, Image 5

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All Work is Fully Guaranteed
Gibson Building, Down Stairs
Phone at Office and Residence
We have a big line of ladles suits.
"These all ero at half price.
. ; ; Whitson Bros.
'Miss Ruby Dow has been confined to
her room seveval days. ,
Attention is called to the Dixie school
which will open early in January.
1 Fift
go at half price.
new up-to-date ladies' cloaks
They have got to go.
F. W. Huddlqston, the well known
stock dealer of Hickman, will be in
Cookeville next Wednesday, -'Dec. 27,
to buy mules. He wants good ones
only. See ad. elsewhere.
We have a big stock of men's suits
all new up-to-date goods. You can buy
tnese at cost ana carriage. You can
afford to buy now for future use.
, , Whitson Bros.
For Sale Two pair nice well match
ed mare mules, coming two and three
years old. Sell your old mules, come
and get young ones and gain yourself
more money. w. C Murphy,
2t ;; .; ' Hilham,Tenn
Rev. E. L. McWilliams wilf fill his
pnlpit next Sabbath (Dec. 24.) Subject
of discourse at 11 o'clock "God's Christ
mas Gift to the World." Subject at 7
o'clock, "A World-wide Salvation."
All are cordially invited to attend these
services. '"'''. A' -V '
The public school will close tomorrow
for Christmas vacation of one week.
' Judge Sam Edwards was elected
special chancellor and tried a number
Miss Marie White, who has been at
Our citizens were treated to a sample school in Boston, suffered an attack of
of a real, exhibition in joy riding last appendicitis and came home. She was
Sunday afternoon. " . , ' , met at Washington by her father ; and
- rvi C. W; wiii'tnpv rptnrnpH nn Mati- f they arrived here Saturday morning.
day from Camp Walton. Florida, where Tuesday Miss Marie was taken toNash-
he had Been for several weeks.
We have a big line of -ties;- handker
chief, gloves, scarfs and mufflers at re
duced prices at Whitson Bros."
D. A. Montgomery killed ahog Tues-
, day that weighed 667 lbs. It was only
V 15 months old and yielded 135 lbs lard.
Rev. W. Mv . McCIaren ; preached a
strong sermon on the Good Samaritan
: last Sunday night in the Methodist
.. . church. ' ,
We have too many cloaks. All of
our cloaks cro at half price. Now is the
. time to buy. - Whitson Bros,
. Thos., Mason has sold residence prop
erty to J. R. Douglass and other i ent-
lemen connected with the First Nat
ional Bank. 'y'- '
i Paying your bills' by check is .the
' . simplest and most convenient method.
,Try it and you will be convinced. First
National Bank.;
' Anyone knowing of children in Cooke:
ville whom Santa Claus might overlook
please write to J. N. Cox, W B. Boyd JI
. t n txrJ ! . rl
Now is the time to buv ladies' suits
We are1 going to sell, them these re
gardless of price. " Whitson Bros.
Many letters and other matters is
omitted from the Herald this week
in nrder to keen down the size of the
paper and get out on time. ,
H. M. Corn well o, Algood1, who was
hit hv a tram some time aero and ; sen-!
; "'. ously injured is able to get about the
. house and will soon be out. ,
; Men Now is the time to buy your
? suit and overcoat. You can buy them
at cost and carriage. Whitson Bros.
i W. B. Kector has taken : charge of
the flour exchange at Algood and is
ready to receive wheat, corn, etc. , in
exchange for flour and mill stuff.
t , We will not collect any laundry next
wppk. but will shiv off Tuesday what
f ; has been brought to us.
L. M. Myers and F, C, Maxwell.
We have a big : Hne of gloves, tie s,
ecarff, etc. -These make nice presents
fnr Vmaa. They all go at reduced
prices,. , ,. ' , Whitson Bros. ,
. , M H. Borden has moved his jewelry
store in to the room next door to the
vn- h has been occupying, .and now
I ville to be operated on.
For Quick Sale
The Geo. Piland house one mile west
of Public Square; 5 room house one acre
lot and out buildings. This ' is one of
the nicest houses in this County and
f of the price asked I consider it the
best bargain I have ever offered only
$1,250; all new and clean and on the
pike, can buy land near this. See me
or Piland. Cash. J. W. Richardson. v
'And next Monday wi be Christmas
Prof., S. B. Yeargan has resigned his
position as principal of the Gainesboro
school and is at his home in this city,
Prof. Yeargan will euter the real estate
bnsiness here. He has been a very
successful teacher for many years and
has hundreds of students whose success
ful careers are a living monument to
Prof. Yeargan's thorough work in the
schoolroom. ; :;-:- - ,
. .. . --' " " .
Thos.Mason, cashier of First Nations
Bank, will leave for Mc Minn ville about
Jan.l, where he goes to accept the pos
ition of vice president of the Peoples
National Bank: Mr. Mason has been in
Cookeville nearly two years; and during
that time has made many . staunch
friends as a business man. In our
social affairs Mr. and Mrs. Mason have
been popular, and it is with keen regret
that our citizens see them leave Cooke
ville. Mr, Mason will be succeeded as
cashier by Col. S. B. Anderson of Ce
lina. There will be no other change in
the officials of the First National.
Itch! Itch! Itch!-Scratch! Scratch!
scratch! the more you scratch the worse
you itch. Try Doan's Liniment. It cures
piles, eczema, any' skin itching. AU
druggists sell it. - ,
Many Algood people have stomach
or bowel .trouble which is likely i to
turn into - appendicitis. If you haye
constipation,, try simple buckhorn bark
glycerine etc.; as compounded ihAdler-
ka, the new German appendicitis rem
edy. The Swallows Drug Co., Algood,
enn., states that A' SING1E DOSE of
this simple remedy will relieve bowel or
stomach trouble almost INSTANTLY.
Doll Buggies :
Doll Beds
Doll Clothing ;
Balls' u
Furniture A Dishes Mechanics' Outfits
MusicallnstrumentsRocking Horses
Books, Games
Toy Machines .,
Toy Stoves
Toy Sad Irons
Nursery Books
Toilet Sets, etc.
Autos, Sleds
Coasters , V
, Bicycles
Soldiers 'Equipm en t
Guns, Pistols, etc
And Mechanical Toy of Every'
- Description at .
The Big Toy Emporium
Take a street car going east from the
Union Depot, or going north from the
Tennessee Central Depot and it wiil
pass by the door. . -
Tne best assortment ever gathered by "
them, of China, Cut Glass, Silyerware,;
Art Pottery, Stoves, Ranges, Mantels
Grates and all other home wares.
It will pay you, to see their big place-
before buying Xmas gifts. : 1 ,s, ,t'
Everything reduced at Whitson Broa.
Buy your friend a nice rug, tie, muffler,
scarf, gloves, etc. ;;fS ', . ,
Do Yoiuir Bunyiing Now!
When Christmas came last year you resolved never again to wait until the last minute
to do your Christmas shopping and be jammed, pushed and hurried all the time and have
to take what's left after the early shoppers had their pick. ' ; . ',,''.' '
Now is the Time to Cash in on that Proposition
Begin your Christmas buying today. Whether you buy of us or not, don't put off gift-buying
till the rush and crush gets here. Practically all of our Christmas goods are now on
t , display and if you will come in now you can have the choice and plenty of tiwe to look at
; everything. No other gift carries so much sentiment or feeling of appreciation as jewelry.
Nor is it necessary to choose expensive jewels or gems, The important point is to make
proper selections. Our line offers you the widest range to select from of any in this city,
Our prices are in no case higher ttfan elsewhere and in instances you will find them much
lower. Every article in our stock is absolutely guaranteed to be just as represented.
Reroairinft Doiie
. A Watch, Rinn, Locket, Pendant, Necklace, :
Bracelets, Cuff Buttons, Table Silver, etc.
Please l?ring your friends alonng and inspect our stock today while the lines are cchiplete.
; .Cookeville, 'Tcim.'.
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