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Dr. G.N. GUTHRIE, Jr.
DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, - TENN. W. D. FEKRKLL L. B. BBOWN FERRELL & BROWN DENTISTS Gibson Building Up Stairs Both 'Phones Cookeville, Tenn. J. J. BOYD " ERNEST H. BOYD BOYD & BOYD Lawyers COOKE VILLEt TENN. Office on Sooth Sid. of Public Square In tha Sloan Building-, over Hinds' Drug- Star. DR. W. S. McCLAIN OSTEOPATH Cookeville, Tenn. Office at Residence 'Phone184 H- S. BARNES 1 Attorney at Law Office in the Gibson Building Horn. Phone 88-3 COOKEVILLE, TENN. Dr. J. P. TERRY DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Office with Dr. J. T. Moore ALGOOD, TENN. , M.H. BORDEN Jeweler Repairing Watches, Clocks. Jew elry and Sewing achines a spe cialty. All work guaranteed. COOKEVLILE, TENN. i AlgoodDrugCo. All-Good Drugs for All-Good People , We carry the largest and most complete line of Jewelry - in the ceunty. Prescriptions Receive Careful Attention ALGOOD, - - TENNESSEE J SEE W. B. LOFTIS Next Door to Gentry Produce Co. ' v West Cookeville, Tenn. For Cheap Goods in My Line GROCERIES A Specialty Shoa stock to close out at re -duced prices to get more room for groceries. Guaranteed Flour. Prompt attention and quick delivery for all orders. Gainesboro Phone 21-2 KEEPS MONEY ;1 Cent on Can - Packed buys TUAQ M RDOWNI a a ivKf Aa. ra.s tiii CAMHKS FACTORIES for Farms r T.wns. IS iIim. $85 to $860. 9,000 urn toaUoM or 10,000 out traiti. ii 10 hour. Oi Tim.: 1 emit oa eu; par ent oi pack. Write foraookM. D. . lUSH.Sfri-. IH0S.aSMWH. Mottled Anconas Pure bred strains. Great winter lay ers. Egp nd chicks for sale. Prices IBIMVtl.wJCi ' - rnlcpvillp. Tenn.. Routa 1 NNM r W. J. Mifflin E. E. Mifflin MIFFLIN BROS. Cookeville FRESH BREAD Pies and Cakes Daily . Write, Phone or Call -Gainesboro Phone No. 146 Free Delivery v Ask for Mother's Bread Ma.afc.,lfinfa0 StandardBakery UN NOTICE " All accounts now due and un settled will be put out for collec tion on March 1st to the 10 th if satisfactory arrangement are not made by then. This includes accounts up until Jan. 1st, 1914 Z, T. HINDS DRUG CO. New pictures every day at the Hipp. . I hare for sal. three good second pianos Charles Maloney. Youwill be welcome to visit our new store which will open March 1st, whether you buy anything or not. Williams, Elrod & Maddux, Arcade. Wll Holladay of Sparta Route? was in the city Thursday. We have a big stock of disc harrows the Cotton King, the Osborn, Avery'B T nado, the Cutaway and the Superi or on wheels, in all sizes. Prices are very close. Jere Whitson Hdw. Co. Don't fail to see the pictures at the Hipp. . , M' sZella Borden spent Sunday with home folks. v ' - Don't forge that Williams, Elrod & Maddux will be in the hew Arcade building Mrch 1st with a new and complete stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, etc. If you are going to buy a sewing ma chine you had better see us, because we, can and do sell teem cheaper than others. We handle the Standard and the Free. Jere Whitson Hdw. Co. J. A. Dinwiddie of New Market, was among the poultry breeders who were here Tuesday." . , SALESMAN WANTED to look after our interest in Putnam and adjacent counties. Salary or commission. Ad dress Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, O. We have already bought and re ceived four carloads if genuine Amer ican field fence for this season, and another car Is due next week. Our pr'ces arei very close. Jere Whitson Hardware Co. The Herald is now located in the Arcade Building, in the room facing the west.- Come and see us. FOR SALE A nice coming hree year old sorrel mare, 15 hands high, straight and sound and a good work, mare. Price right. See Jim Buckner, six m'les east of Cookeville. . i Alex Martin of Silver Point, Route, was in the city Tuesday, and dropped in to see he Herald man. To Our Friends and Customers: We are using every effort to gjve you the greatest possible amount of new, clean merchandise for the least amount of money. Williams, Elrod & Maddux, Arcade Building, West Side Square. Worth Bryant is making consider able improvements on his residence that add greatly to the appearance. Just Relelved A full carload of 01 i ver plows and r-pa.rs; also a carload of Chattanooga plows and repairs. Level land, hillside, subsoil and disc plows In all the different sizes. Jere Whitson Hardware Co. Frank Hall, son of B. S. Hall, who was operated on last week at Nash ville, is getting along nicely. Several Cookeville attorneys attend ee: supreme court at Nashville last week. . D. A. Ruwley and Hi'e Mackie are the barbers at the RawleyBarber Shop Shirley Block, near depot. 3t GEE WHIZ We have six different kinds of spring tooth cultivators or "Gee Whiz" harrows They are the best and the prices are lower than others ask. Jere Whitson Hdw. Co.v Mr. nd Mrs. E. M. Reed of McMinn- ville, spent several days with friends relatives 1st week at this place. Miss Clar Morgan has returned home after an extended visit to rela t'ves in Gainesboro and Jackson coun- ty. . ' - v SEED OATS We sell the Burt, Rust Proof and the Northern White Oats, grown and prepared for seed and not for feeding. There it a difference. Jere Whitson Hardware Co. L. B. Cross of Clinton will buy hors es and mules here Monday, Feb. 16. If you have any you want to dispose of bring tfcom out. ; ' Dr. E?. A. West, the popular druggist with the Z. T. Hinds Drug Co., visited his hme at Oliver Springs la-t week and was accompanied back by his son. You will be surprised at the great number of splendid articles and ex ceedingly low prices at the 5, 10 and 25 cent store, in Maxwell block. ;. Mrs. C. N. Elrod and Miss Myrtle Isbell have charge of the millinery de partment of Williams, Elrod & Mad dux and are In the east gathering the latest Spring models from the most recognized fashion creators of Paris. - Preaching at the Church of Christ next Sunday morning at-11: Off a. m. by John E. Dunn. Subject,' "Preach the Word." Also preaching at 7:00 p. m. All ara welcome. We wish to apologize for the lack of local news this week as the editor has been too busy moving to get around for news. " j FIELD SEEDS The very best that money will buy. Red, Sapling and White Clover, Orchard, Timothy, Red top and Bluegrass seeds. Jere Whitson Hardware Co. The board of Aldermen hve put on a day current nda will run it for one month. If the cost is not too great the day current will be made perma nent. ... The meeting which was o begin next Sunday at Monterey by Pastor Chnnn and E. K. Cox is postponed in definitely on account of smallpox at Monterey. The Herald is late in going to press this week on account of moving the big press, Linotype and other heavy machinery, not getting the paper out until Saturday night. .We hope to be on time again next weekv. Bob Lee Maddux and C. N. Elrod are nom in the eastern markets making t eir Spring purchases for the firm of WiU'ams, Elrod & Maddux, the new. store in the Arcade building. They are using every effort to have one of the most up-to-date and complete lines of merchandise in the Upper Country. WANTED For U. S. ARMY: Able bodied unmarried men between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate hab its; who can speak, read and write the English language. For information apply to RECRUITING OFFICE, Gib sou Bldg., Cookeville. Tenn. jan22-4t ' The Hippodrome Opens The Hipp opened Wednesday night, Feb. 11, dith a big crowd all of whom were well pleased with the new show, as it was a show of class number one. The theatre has had several Im provements added but has not as yet been completed, for it is to be equip ped with steel opera chairs and the floor will be elevated, giving 'every one an opportunity to see all the show. These improvements will be made dur ing next week. In addition, Mr. Fow ler states that he wiill run three now first-clasa pictures every night chang ing entire program nightly, giving 18 pictures a week that are shown in the big city play h uses, The show opens every night at 7 o-clock, second show starts at 8:30. A special matinee will be given Sat urday; afternoon for ladies and child ren, admission 5 cents to all. Show starts at 3 o'clock. Poultry and Dog Shows The great Nashville Poultry Show will be held in the city of Nashville March 9-10-11. Every Tennessee poultry breeder should have an entry ia this show as it is to be one of the greatest poultry exhibitions ever held in the South. The Poultry Show will be followed on March 12-13-14-15 by the Nashville Dog Show, which will be held under the rules of the American Kennel Club. Fanciers in terested in either of these two shows g'i. uld send a once for premium lists and entry blanks to John A .Murkin, Secretary, Nashville, Tenn. New Poultry Organization Tuesday was - poultryman's day in Cookeville, a large cumber of prom. nent poultry breeders from over the state having assembled here for the p rpose of discussing problems in chickens and due as and to organize thsmselves into an association, to be known as the Tennessee Central Poul try Association. The new organization proceeded by electing officers and the appointment of at. executive committee, which are follows: , ' . President, J. C. Vaughan, Lebanon. 1st Vice President, O. W. Thomas, Nashville. 2nd Vice-President, J. A. Dinwiddie, New' Market: :' .--.- 3rd Vice President, H. F. Carpenter, New Mlddloton. Secretary, J. W. Gillom, Cookeville. Treasurer, J.'W. Chilcutt.Cookeville. Executive committee of eleven: J. C. Vaughan, Lebanon; O. W. Thomas, Nashville; J. W. Gillem, Cookeville; W. Chilcutt, Cookeville; A. G. Mor gan,Cookevllle; Rutledge Smith,Cpoke ville; Dr. C. L. Gray, Lebanon; E. L. Doak, Mt. Juliiet; S. A.D. mith, Llv ingston; Q. B. Rector, Crossville; W W. Wilhoite, Monterey. . y This association intends to assist in all practicable ways to elevate the standard of poultry raising through this section of the state, and to furth er the 'cause they intend to conduct four .poultry shows along the line of the Tennessee Central Railroad during the year. This enterprise should have the hearty support of every one who is In anyway interested in the uplift of this important line of work- The next meeting of the association Is ' be held at Lebanon about the middle of March. y'v . ... . " Ml. View Lodge No. 179, I.O.O.F. held splendid meeting at 7 p. m. Feb. 7th. 1914. W. H. Barr, N.G., pro tem, pre 'ding, with a good attendance. Quite a lot of routine bus'ness was dis posed of. Bro. Dank Garrison was re ported as not as well as last week. No report of condition of Bros. D. B. Jack son, Jas, S. Robinson, and T. H. Starnes was made. Bro. E. W. Gools- by was reported sick with measles at Beardsley, M'nn. The initiatory, was conferred upon one applicant in good style. The first degree will very like- fly be conferred upon two applicants at tur next meeting. Bro W. N. Selby of Cherry Creek Lodge No. 98, I.O.O.F. aand Bro. F. H. Baggett f St. George Lodge No. 222, were visitors and rendered valuable services in the initiatory work.which was much appreciated by the Lodge. They have promised to attend our next meeting when it is hoped there w ll be a large atendance.. Every brother should use some exertion to attend the meeting on the 14th, Inst. An inter esting time is promised. Come and s e 'f it don't interest you. WALL PAPER We have just re ceived 5,000 rolls of wall paper, in the newest designs.; In the lot we have aonie extra fine paper. All the differ ent kinds at the right prices. We can please you. Come and see, Jere Whitson Hardware Co. Cookeville Camp No. 12248, held a very interesting meeting last Tuesday n'ght, with Ben Clark as Consul, pro tem. Of course the usual amount of ordinary business was transacted. , One application for beneficial, mem bershiip .was presented and applicant elected by ballot. Neigh bors, you should all attend regular, for the more there are in at tendance the more impressive will the initiation ceremony be made. The in dications are that there will be consid erable degree work to do during the next few months! Attend whenever it is possible for you to do so. It hs been figured out that the fra ternal societies distribute the very large sum of $2,000,000 a week In ben efits. In the face of this fact, is there ny one so narrow as' to question the good these associations do! Does it not g've one who is a member a thrill of pleasure to recall that he has a part in his great benevolent work! Mod ern Brotherhood. We have by far the largest stock of goods for the farm and home kept out side of the lrge cities, buying most all in carload lots; hence our prices are lower. Jere Whitson Hdw. Co. Cookeville Council No. 250, Jr. O. U. A, M. had a well attended meeting on Monday night, Feb. 9th. All present enjoyed the mooting exceedingly well as there were some very interesting subjects discussed and disposed of. 3ADDLES We make the Genuine McBrlde Saddle. Don't buy the imi tations. Th best Is always the cheap est. We also make Women's Saddles of the best quality and workmanship, and all kinds of Harness and leather goods. It will pay you to see us before you buy. Jere Whitson Hdw. Co. Consumption Takes 350 People Every Day in the United States and the sur prising truth is that most cases are preventable with timely, intelligent treatment. . These appalling facts should warn us that after sickness, colds, over work or any other drains upon strength, Scott's Emulsion ,should be promptly and regularly used be cause tubercular germs thrive only in a weakened system. C The tested and proven value of Scott's Emulsion is recognized by the greatest specialists because its medical nourishment assimilates quickly,, to 'build healthy tissue; aids in the development of active, life-sustaining blood corpuscles; strengthens the lungs and builds physical force, without reaction. Scott's Emulsion is used in tuber culosis camps because of its rare body-building, blood-making prop erties and because it contains no alcohol or habit-forming drug. Be sure to insist on Scott s. Scott & Bowtie, Bloomfield, N. J. 13-76 The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of any kind, can change the fact that Royal Baking Powder has been found by the offi cial examinations to be of the" . highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute purity and wholesomeness. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. - Shooting Match ' C. Buckner and Gummy Bohannon will conduct a shooting match on Fall ing Water, near Joe Buckner's, Satur day, Feb. 21. Everybody come,' as there w ll be a big time. Blue Ribbon Garden Seeds in bulk to sell by the pound, iou can get more than twice as many for the same money. We also have hem in small packages. The Blue Ribbon brand of seeds are grown by Woods, Stubbs & Co., Louisville,' Ky., and are better adapted to this climate than seeds grown farther north. They are well known for their .'purity and vitality. We have all kinds for the garden and field. Jere Whitson Hardware Co. Mail Order Ten Commandments The following ten commandments are offered for the guidance of cata logue house patrons: ' 1. You shall sell your farm products for cash wherever you can, but not to us. we do not nuy from you. 2 You shall believe our statements and. buy all you need from us, because we want to be good to you, although not personally acquainted with yeu. 3. You shall send the money in ad vance o give us a chance to get the goods from the factory with your mon ey; meanwhile you will have to wait patiently a few weeks, as that is our business method. 4. You shall apply to your nearest city to aid you in building good roads so you can conveniently get the goods from the depot, for we do not build country roads. 5. You shall buy church bells and church fixtures from us and forward the money in advance, for this is our business method, and you shall collect from business men in your vicinity as much money as you can for the benefit of your churches as it Is against our rules to donate for building country churches. 6. You shall buy your tools from us and be your own mechanic in order to drive the mechanics from your vicinity for we wish it so. 7. You shall induce your neighbor to buy everything from us, as we have room for more money the less money theie is in your community, the sooner we can put the local merchants out .of business and charge you any price we please. ' 8. You shall look often at the beau- t'ful pictures in-our catalogue, so your wishes will increase, and so you w'U send in a big order, although jou are not in lmmed'ate need of the goods, otherwise you might have some money left to buy some necessary goods from your home merchant. 9. You shall have the merchants who repair the goods you buy from us book the bills so fou can send the money for his labor to us for new goods, otherwise he will not notice our influence. 10. You shall, n case of sickness or need apply to your local dealer for aid and cred't, as we do not know you or care to. Inland Grocer. The weather these days is a thing that is hard to keep up with It so very changeable. SHERIFF'S LAND 8ALE . By virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hand-, issued to me by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Putnam County, Tennessee, Dec. 18, 1913, in the case of J. A. Carlen va. Rush Sowell, In said county, I will on the 21st day of March 1914, at one o'clock p. m. at the court house door in Cookeville, Tennessee, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash the following describ ed real estate, situated In Putnam couny and bounded as follows: In the First Civil District of said county, and bounede on the north by Roland; south by publ'o road; east by Lee Gip son, and west by street; being two acres and worth less than 11,000.00, subject to the homestead right of de fendant Said property will be sold aa the property of the defendant, Rush Sowell, to satisfy a judgment In favor of J. A. Carlen against, him of $10.55 and costs of the case. - febl2-4t R. L. RASH, Sheriff. ' Washington's Unselfishness. When I was first honored with a call Into the service of my country my duty required that I should renounce every pecuniary compensation. From this resolution 1 have In no instance de parted, and I must decline as Inapplica ble to myself any slii.re In the personal emoluments which may be indispensa bly included in a permanent provision for the executive department and must accordingly pray that the pecuniary estimates for the station in which I am placed may during my continuance in It be limited to such actual expend itures as the public good , may ba thought to require. First Inaugural. Buy a "Farm Truck" wagon, steel wheels, wide tire; the best for the farm. Let us show you these wagons. Prices $30 and $35t ; Jere Whitson Hardware Co. FOUR JACKS FOR 8ALE We have four good jacks for sale. One five years old, one three, and two two years old this spring. All black wit white points. Call on or write Smith & Orange, care of Smith Bros., Stonewall, Tenn. SALESMAN WANTED to look af ter our interest in Putnam, and adja- cent counties. Salary or commission. Address The Harvey Oil Co., Cleve land, O, - " . NATURE'S WARNING Cookeville People Must Recognize ana i-ieea it ,..( Kidney ills come mysteriously, , Rut natnrA rifinfrftllir warns von Nntlnn the kldnev secretions. See u tne color is unnatural If 'here re settlings and sediment, Passages frequent, scanty, painful. It's time'to fear serious kidney ; trouble. ' It's t'me to use Doan's Kidney Pills, Doan's have done great work In this , ill.. locality Rev. D. P. Hart, Dowelltown, Tenn., ... says: "I was troubled for years oy disordered kidneys. I had such a ter- . r'ble pain in the small of my. back that I could not rest well. The kid ney secretions were irregular In pass- -age, but scanty at times, then again proiuse. uoan s ivaney fiiis were c- hally brought to my attention and. nrocurins a sudoIv. I beean usinar them ' They soon re'iaved me and continued use benefitted me in every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Fo8ter-Mirjurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. v Remember the name Doan's and - take no other. . , J , , HINDS LIVER PILLS FOR ALL LIVER ILLS Sick Headache and Biliousness. We want you to try these, if you never have, at our expense. Ask or write for free sample. 36 pills for 25 cents . Z.T.HINDS DRUG CO. $ Famou3 Silverware Cm should beraereited when select mg fockft, tpooM aodtsaeyier MBcei to tec ikev bear the I toon tmde maik y ROGERS BROS. which ttempi them uW genuine Rogen lilvet pUtad wan. For ovr 65 femt 1S4T MKH JKU Over httbeenfintiathe heart of the housekeeper became of it wearing quality, workmanship ana Sad hr !( "CL7 atowias H pattnat. INTERNATIONAL SILVEX CO. ocnaatertoMrldaBrttainlaC. MERIDEN. CONN. 1 m ii mi Ii H 1 A I