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PUTNAM COUNTY HERALD.
ISSl'ED EVEHY Tilt KSDAV Snbscrpiiun li U-e S5 Cent a Vr E. L. WIKl A SOY PulilislK-rv ) Schoolroom and. Personal . ,." Hygiene . ' By Roscoe Proffitt While schoolroom and, per sonal hygiene is one of the most important of the many important subjects of the pres ent day, it is perhaps one of the Imost neglected. God, In the Display r'r.... in. creation o, man owhim inland a. tvn-oad Claae Mall -latter at the Poet Office at CookeviHe.- Tim. THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 1913 HisDlay. date metier, per Inch . . 12V4o Beading No.ices 10c per line for first In sertion and 5o for subsequent Issues. Candidate Announemrnt Fees Justice of the Peace or ponstable. .12.50 County Offices 1500 State Senator : 110.00 Congressman 120.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS Primary Election Nor. 15, H13 . For Trustee WOMACK We are authorized to announce Haskell Womack as a candidate for Trustee, sub ject to the action of the Demo cratic party. SLAGLE We are authorized to announce D.E. Slagle as a candidate for Trustee, subject to the action of the Democratic party. . - WEEKS We are authorized to announce A. L. Wreeks as a candidate for Trustee, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ' ; . ' : ' - ' -V - ; ' ' For Register BROWN We are authorized to announce S. W. Brown as a candidate for Register, subject to the action of the Democratic party. . . STANTON We are authoriz ed to announce S. S. Stanton as a candidate for Register, sub ject to the action of the Demo cratic party.; ' V t 7" McBRO0M--We : are 1 author ized to announce S.N. McBroom as a candidate for'Register, sub ject to the acticrfi bf the Demo cratic;, party. ROBINSON We are author ized to announce': A. P.. Robin son as a candidate for Register, subject, to. the action or tne Democratic party. For County Court Clerk : WATSON We are authorized W. O. Watson as a candidate for re-election as County ' Court Clerk,; subject to the action of the Democratic party." v For Sheriff RASH-r-We are authorized to announce R. L. Rash as a can didate for re-election as Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic party. " - For Circuit Court Clerk SHAW We are authorized! to announce S. S. Shaw as a can didate for Circuit Court Clerks subject to the action of the Democratic party. ' CARLEN We art authorized to announce J. A. Carlen as at candidate .for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 1 PHOFFITT We are author ized to announce R. E.L.- Prof fitt as a candidate for re-elec- with a mind and bodv far su oerior to the lower animals in intelligence, ingenuity and use fulness.. It Is our duty to ooa, ourselves and our country, to cultivate our minds, care for and protect cur bodies, in the wisest and best way possible, to the end that we may possess and enjoy the greatest possible measure of bodily . health, strength and usefulness. Some of us are .very strong and ro bust and seem to be equal to any amount of work, and to suf fer little from carelessness or unfavorable sur rounding s. While this seems to be the case, they are in reality injured very much by these things and any one treating 'himself in this careless manner can never hope to equal the success of the per soll who gives himself a rea sonable "amount of intelligent attention. But for a Derson to be able to give his body the proper kind of ndurishment and, attention, as well as to develop and care for his mental powers, there are certain fundamental laws of hy giene and sanitation that he must observe. , Among the first requisites of personal hygiene is . thai of muscular activity or exercise. Bv- this is meant the systematic exercise of all parts of the body in the open air. The object systematic exercise is to devefc' on and maintain a sound and! symmetrical organism. By symmetrical is meant the de veloDine.of all Darts of the body in the proper proportion. The blacksmith, the- shoemak er, the boxer and the (iancer, all have splendid development in that part of their bociy that is called into use by the particular work int which they arw engag ed. But while these ports are beiag developed and strengthened,- certain other paste, due to the lack of muscular activity, are wastimg. away and 2kg be hind In emwth and vigorc. The effect ' exercise: Is to hiicry the action at tht lungs and.iiwrease the blioodi flow. More' as is breath and conseqiaeiiltly, more carbonic antid ts tltcarwrn off. Tlse action; erf the heaait in creases and! more blood ,i forc ed through all parts of theftwSy. As the inereiaae of" carbarn ex- created dmaiids aun lucres0 of carbon to be. giwem in thtftffiairm of food, tne' appetite is freaitly increased. a Che1 contraaiy, in sufficient exerdse - causes- the muscles to Became smalB&c md softer and! less- energetic in their contaactiiama. Thai con tinual use ties muscls may even result in tn. sarcctE ele- Oironit Cnurt Clerk, sub- art tn the art ion of the Demo-Sineats beina: aanwrted iiubw fat J VV"k w wv ' . A ..Mti. nartv. - ; I Basket ball- tootball, rnnming, .iuw J - . , , polo,. DaseDs-u. suxm cycang; are some -: foods . more digestible. There are several ways to cook food and as each has its partic ular advantages it is unneces sary to dwell at lengin on them, but is sufficient to say that Darticular caution should be taken in the use of fried food. . Mastication or the chewing of food has a direct bearing on di gestion, and great care should be taken along this line. As food is a something which will nourish the body without in luring it. alcohol and tobacco cannot be classed as foods. No liquids should be taken with food, as they weaken the gastric juices and retard diges tion. While tea and coffee stimulate the body for a time, they are injurious, and it is bet ter to avoid them altogether if possible. , Water is very essential and constitute a large part of all animal tissues. The average needs of a man total about three quarts each day A3 so much water is used, great care should be taken to see that it is free from all germs and other impurities. Good water cannot be deriv ed from an imcure source, and all wells should be located with the greatest of care. .The body and brain of an ani mal cannot continue indefinite lv to perform their duties and! functions, but soon become fa tigued and the necessity for rest an4 relaxation becomes ap parent. We find this relaxa tion in ieep. Sleep gives the body and brain the necessary opportunity for recuperation and reDair. The amount of sleep necessary for an individu al differs according to the age and condition of ttie pers(n. Yonmer children reauiire a great er amount of sleep tliian growa persons, for- it is dewing tne; sleepiuag hours that a childi crows most. Great caae should! ba ta&en that the veatilation andi sanitation of: the sleeping apartment is as near perfect as possible. CleaiMcness la anotliftr im portant consideration. It is raralv H&at a coratagiouft dis- easavisfilss a house&old:orrom- munity wftoe surroundings are im a cle-au, sanitary condition. Its. addition) to the ;nitati.jni of oar.' suracHindings we shwuld look to tJke cleanlikess oiT mux nersons and clottting. Tbe bfldy sho)iM be bathed of temsaid our clothing; should be kept as clean as noesable. The coiixCi tiam of omr teeth isr also wry iiaportaniJfwr it is tlarough Bad teeth that diseases are. ofien cantracte?il They should! be braished a least twiice a' fcy, aad kept ihi excellent? repais at &W, timesi. As we; speoid a cosideraT portion ff ot early life in tlfee schoolroom, ii is necessary tttat saKoolhouses be welS1 situaisexi, with a view ftthe sanitary cwd cation oftths surrouniings. The ciSraihagp;.t4i' light aad theair ssKould all! be taken imto conatdl eration.. A a gener&rrule -tit is V lows and the airm is sore for a time, but deaths due to vaccina tion rarely, if ever, occur. The Cookeville High School is second to the leading school of this state in these matters. This has beeu accopmlished lareelv through the efforts of Dr. W.S. Farmer, who is a mem ber of the school board and an untiring worker along this line. He has perhaps done more lor the sanitary condition of the school in this one year than nas been accomplished in the many preceeding ones. Also through the efforts and interest of Dr. Olin West of Nashville, the Cookeville High School is per haps the leading school In the state in the interest it has tak en in the prevention and cure of hookworm. So you see if one would be physically perfect, mentally awake and live his life in the most enjoyable and beneficial way possible, he cannot give too much attention to the de mands of hygiene and. sanita tion. The above paper won the $10 prize offered for the best essay written by a,boy student of the Cookeville High School. Ed. i All Our Business is Confidential We always have money to Joan on good security and are prepared for discounting commercial paper on most favorable terms. A large . part of our dealings consist in extending accommodation to business men. Call and Consult u. We solicit the favor of your deposit ac count, and will extend every facility and courtesy to you. Bank of Algood ALGOOD, TENN II. C. AVILHITE, Pres. J. X. EPPERSON, V.Pres. , .f. m..-m- AV. II. ESTE&, Casfcier H.T.POINTERr Asst. Csa. fi afi ! -. -L iTl ila -L A fc -h ifc -. Better tmaitnaite the lnouse upon Fifth Sunday Meeting . $n elevate-! site, sinee IJftisJ Mow Salem Association of 1 filling tftp- reoHiir -r.i.ji ...mi knlil a fifth Sun- t - . jaapusis v" luousiy. lew conniui-oj. vrtnv meeting at Lancaster Junet 27-29 Following is program:, . BMday Night . ' . Organization. ,.- f Sermon by W. E. Wauford. saturaayr , . ' Sunday School Attendance, by A; E. Johnson. Vv , . Mountain fissions, by, L. A. Hurst. . , , - v r.o,. The Commission, by J. Day- . i ll o'clock, sermon, Dan. 2-44, by S. N. Fitzpatrick. ' Dinner. : . . Sermon, by T. J. Eastes. ; .. . Religious Eqperience, by B. . F. Nevels . ; ; . Repentance, by T. L. Allen. . Faith, by C: Stewart.- i ...,,;;. Baptism, by I. F. McKnabb. At night, sermon, Regenera tionby JH. Grime." Sunday ' :,:, Mass meeting. Sermon, Missions, by J. U 'Moody.! " . J " Night, sermon, (to be sup - plied.) S. N. Fitzpatrick, L. A. Hurst, Com. 1 T us youi ee if vh3 would -i Peritaps. nrt in finportaaisce hav- a sound, taifornJJy dtevel-ntoi the; samrradtion of! the mr nnp an d wm mnaoli-Mad or SronndHhes is the liaKtiiigr and gariism,, sucfc as modetm Me de-Hiheatingrc-r tbe schcolrooiaa A manid-, it is neessarw tkat wd schoalrotaii! sftould have many shod.giveieoiasiderablteatteniJwinabwSibcrt- for the pnirpose timn, tn this intnnrt..nitt branrifiinf vnt1litH andjlieht. The of personal! hygiene. seatB, wfcai- possibte, showld be fiili0lillab get fresh air, sunshine and above all the cell-buuatng, energy-producing properties of scorrs emulsion. Its prompt use often thwarts tuberculosis. Food also is a very. iaaaportaat consideraition in the? earing far and protection of the body. Tlte human body is coeuantiy los ing energy and wearing avay in the pertormancor muscauar activity. Food restores the en ergy, repairs the ody ana. pro duces heat. The-, three import ant elements of food are? pro- teid; fat and starch. But as tne; quality and guaatity of food foa- r Arson deienas uron tne health, the ocpation and the muscular actmty ot th person,, it is. very important that we chnuid have- a euid' in the choice of food. Nature herself has provided us with this guide in th manv sensations which we sum up under the general term of appetite. But as the onnatit donAiids unon the gen eral health of an individual the basic principle in securing prop er nutrition is attention to me general healthy There are certain precau tions which we should observe before the taking of food into the body. In the first place, the food should be properly cooked, for the three main rea sons that it destroys parasites and disease germs, renders the food more appetizing andmakes plaed feW) that the? light- enters nviir th left shoulder- f the pupils. The seats shouM be as i comfornable as possiwe ana slmuld be adapted to the pupil. Many- ppils hecomts hump shouldtered, due to the-seats be ing to low, or too high f or i themu. . Perhaps the; best way of head ing a schoolroom i by steam, radiators. The main objection to Mfcis method: is that the Ten- tilation is not accomplished by the heating process. All school rooms shoold be well ventilated: Each pupil shottld have a pri vate drinking cup and should use it. The schoolroom should ha unt as rlean as possible and the floors should be washed oc casionally. . Tn Went vears the preven-' tion of contagious diseases, in . v. a large measure ua uccu taught, discussed and enforced in many schools or tne siaie. Avoml nf these schools have been vaccinated for typhoid fe ver and smallpox. This is a cimnia onfi saffl wav of render ing a person Immune from these deadly diseases. Tne vaccine virus is inoculated in the arm of the person, a slight and usu ally unimportant Illness fol- For Register, HL TT. Brown To the Voters of Putnam County i As I hear iinquiries as to who- S. W. Brdww is, rela tive to my canvass before the aominating: primary jieckn of Nov. 15 next, for th office of County Register, I will say that I was born in Overtom county 78 years ago tne 26th dim of last Majr- My fathar,: Joseph Brown, soldi out in 1847 and maved! tt Jackson county,- one mile east of Jew Ray's stiwe, now Double Springs, on the old Walton road. In Febinaary, 1850. he died. I was th oldest of si childreiiv three beys and torn? girls. En. the fa ft of 185 B my mother- who wa behind- with the estsAev trade or swapped mlaces with Mark Matthew& and! g;ot som money tS:boot: She moved tonhat placerana l tngc tbe oldesU child had' to hire ciutl ti assist my mothw t oliv&i. in l RRA Eutnami county waff surveyed If Act of Che Legfeikt- tute. and Cookeviate was sur- vf-ired bv Mai. Cool-?; who 'was in the Sta Senate aJt the tine; Tlie first emmty offijeers elected were:" Pla Bohamnon, saer- iff,; 'Curt Mills, circuit' crV cledk; Russell Mowre, county court clerk;: Silas G&ntry, trus tee,-: Williaoa Baken registerr T?i 1856 I noarried PHeby can- treltin DelSalb county. In 1858 I wis a caaatidate iSw register;, hit HUDPone-ts being-Wm. Baker and Jordan' Eluddletston. I was .lprd andlswrved i that umce until'June, IS61, wtiten I enlist ed ira Cant-II. H. EHIlard' CO. K. IBth r35nnessee? Volunteer Tnf?atrv. Ctol. Saiage's regt- men.: In Novemtter, l&3, wasr taken prisonen near SChoxr vill-eand'waa conitB-ed ln.KOCitr Isltod military. prnon until ihi May. 1864j, when I tookr what they called: a parole cath ttr coiite hom to m rstarving anu. debtf tute wtfe andT threr small children. Came on NaslmlleMh th twihtearof 186S" and my faan ily coming: also U went to.wrR at the ramenter trader in and' amund! tlSat citw ntll the fftlT nfiRfis; Mv wife would' not ciwsent no go back to CookervtiUe we Ment west, r lived i lawrenuw Co., Missouri; thirty years. My wife died1 in I'STT, ind all mv chiairen (fled: twent to- the Cherokee Nation (now Oklahoma) lis 1894. In X9M I came bacK to ruuiam cwwij after 45 years to live the bal ance of my days where pure moujiitain water flows. And now. being a candidate for the nomination for register before the? Democratic- primary election cm Nov. 15, r win say tloat I aw destitute of nnancesr or means to make the canvass as I wowld like to, so take this method of getting: before the people, as I am leaving my merit and demerits for you to decide on. If I am your choice in November I will make the mr the best I can. and if elect ed to the. office will endeavor to fill same according to law and oath of office, and satisfactory FKth S-nday MeetFag Following is the porgam for tthe fifth Sunday meeting f Riv erside Association of Baptists, to. be helA at Hardy.s Chapel, Overton County, Ten'n., June 27-29,1913.- . . June 27 7 p. m. Devotional Exercis es, Rsr. G- W- Burroughs. 7:30. Sermon, Rev. G. Ml Phillips. ; Jumi-ZS 9 a. m. - De-TOttional Exerciw es, Revi-W. C. Elmore. 9:30. "The1 Cammissioni" Rev' G. X. Cliuntm. 10., "Security C the Saints,'." general discussion: led by Rev;. W. D. Wilmoth. Dinner on the grouaadl n m. "How Should! a khurch Secure ItsPastwr.f gen eral discussion led by isevL.- J Copelaad. 3:30. "What is Scriptural LSiptism," Revs. S. H. Flowers,. J.L W. Smith and others.- 7, Devotional Servicej, Rev.. Erti Tabor. 1:50. "The Churchy' led! by Re:. D. F. Lillard. ; June 29 9 r30 a. nw "Sunday School,''' ! Reva;. G- M- Phillips and! F. E. lElrodl.' : .& ' J ,11. "Ciiri' Salvation ben Ob 'tainotfWrt&out Water Baptism" Revs.G. A. Chunn and J. P.. oil yeu. W. II. QUALLS; I Chairman of Committee.1 ' The Stomach lis the Target' i : v-. .Ui aUa fmnr and dic-estrm ttood and you. Aii.t w c- " , will! ldeep welllE No chain is stronger than its weakest: ' link. No- maw is stronger tham his stomach. With, stomach, disordered a train of diseases fallow. , pr. pure-. Golden TJedical Discovery m.kai th. itomMh hft-y. th. liver ctiv Ddi J"T .1' ' fZlIt root-, mnd rxtnutad without the vm of alcohol. Sold br t' ; IfcJSd fr it 1.00 pf botUe for over 40 t-hm r-r-l .U-ltetta.. hL a. mU toata-aar trial aarIias-eelt.fOctast It Always Helps llww. C.,I-.-; Mnvrle nf (tiftnn Mi11 Wv ft ... f. : :il -A . . 1 tUa ...rr'a- W V WnUng Ol ncIT CXpcncntC Willi' Vaiuui, uit nvniau a. tonic.. She says further: "Before I began, to use Cardul, my,- back and head: would hurt so badi. I thought the pain would kill; me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework;. After taking three bottles -of Cardul,. I began to feel like a new woman. L soot. ' gidhed 35. pounds, and now, I do all my housework m, well a ran a big water mill 1 wish every suffering: woman would! give - The Woman's Tonic a triaL- 1 -tin use Cardki when ! fed a Utile bad. and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness. ; tired,, worn-out feelings etc, are sure signs of woman- ry trouble. Signs that' you need Cardin, the woman s ,1 tonk. Yoo cannot make a mistake In tryiir: Cardul 4 for your trouble. It has been helping wea :, ailinj. :j women tor more tham fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! 4i to all. As to qualifications I will refer you to the now oiaest book in the register's office as a sample of my work 52 years ago Now, Democrats, vote for S. W. Brown for register In Nov. More anon, if the Herald ed itor, good man, Is willing. S. W.BROWN. Z. T. Hinds Is headquarters for LIV-VER-LAX. I Jtk Fare?2o I y trX! Uw . Cleveland yk tup r.vtlT IP ?PPANTiRFP. Te larseat end most eoetly paMrer steemer en inland I wetaraef the world. In BgryleeJnlelet. th5W f ert;tawth 98 eilJincfia-.SlO ateroom end parlor, accommodating 1600 nHena. . MfificBt Steamer. SEEANDBEE. City of Erie mnd City of Buffalo Daily Cleveland and Buffalo (May lt to Dec. lat) Arrive Sflelo -30 A.M. Arrive Cleveland 6:90 A. M. (Centrel Staadard Ttma) Connactiont nude at BufT.lo with train, for all Extern arid Canadian point.; t Oevelar for Put-in-Bey, Toledo, Detroit and all soiata Wert and Southwert. Tickets retuUnt te any railroad line between Cleyebad and Buffalo accepted for trana porta tlen on CAB, line teamen. A.k yoar tioket agent fortlokete via C. B. line. Send.eeae. CELAHD A BUrrALO TRANSIT CO. I F. Nr--r to'l MT. H. R. Ro!Viflk Mr7 W. F. Herman. GeafPa-. Aseat Cleveland. Uhie For earache, toothache, pains, Oh, you calomel cou can not burns, scalds, sore throat, try stay, for UV-VER-LAX haa Dr.Thomas Eclectic Oil,a splen- shown us an easier way. ASK did remedy for emergencies. Z. T. Hinds.