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DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, . - TENN. W. D. FEKKEIX U. . BROWX FERRELL & BROWN DENTISTS Gibson Building Up Stairs Both 'Phones Cookeville.Tenn. 1. J. BOYD E EN EST B. BOYD BOYD & BOYD Lawyers COOKEVILLE, TENN. ' Office on South Sid. of Public Square, In th. Sloea Building, over Hinds' Drug Stor. . DR. S. McCLAIN ,t , OSTEOPATH Hitchcock Building, Nashville In Cookeville June, July and August H. S. BARNES i Attorney at Law Office in the Gibson Building e . . . . Home Phone 88-3 COOKEVILLE, TENN. Dr. J. ip.' TERRY DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Office with Dr. Moore ALGOOD, TENN. HHlliiilllllltlilliMMt MAIL ORDER SPECIALISTS J Kodak FHma Develped and f Printed at they should be at J I Goodwin's Studio I X--- SPARTA, TENN. Tumiiiiiiiiiniimnii M.H. Jeweler Repairing: Watches, Clocks. Jew elry and Sewing achines a spe cialty. All work guaranteed. COOKEVLILE, TENN. W. J. Mifflin E. E. Mifflin MIFFLIN BROS., Cookeville StandardBakery FRESH BREAD Pies and Cakes Daily Write, Phone or Call Gainesboro Phone No. 146 Free Delivery Ask (or Mother's Bread 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. EGGS High grad R. I. Reds from blue rib bom winners. I pea my chickens ana rWe'you th best of the flook. $1.00 par setting or $1.25 by parcel peat. I. R, Ducks ai $1.00 per setting by par oel pesst J. W. Chilcutt COOKEVILLE, TENN. Mottled Anconas Pure bred strains. Great winter lay era. Eggs and chicks for sale. Prices reasonaoie. Mrs. D. D. Terry Cookeville, Tenn., Route 1 co BORDEN A AT AT AT A PUTNAM COUNTY HERALD. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY Subscrption Price 25 Cents a Year E. L. WIRT & SON, Publishers Cntsred aa Second Clau Mail Matter at taa Poat Offic at Cookeville. Tenn. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1914 DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET Election Thursday, August 2, 1914 Sheriff R. L. RASH C'rcuit Court Clerk P. Y. JARED County Court Clerk ; W.O.WATSON Trustee D. E. SLAGLE Register S. 8. STANTON ' ALBA, TEXAS Dear Editor: This beaut' ful morn ing will write you that you may know that I am still living and our town is on a boom. We have billed for today a demonstration train of agricultural exhibits from Bryan coming over the Katy Railroad, stopping two hours in our prosperous little city of 2500, and it Is now 10 o'clock and our streets are filled with prosperous farmers. Such a crowd as we have very often. "" Farmers "herelfl general are through planting corn and preparing to plant cotton. - We have had quite a aly winter, but spring Is opening up nicely and I think that most people are looking forward to a good crop year. Most people here are out of debt ad own their own little homes, while still we have a greater credit system here than In Tennessee which Is not very profitable I returned home from Oklahoma February 1st. Will say that I had a pleasant time while in Oklahoma and it was a trip to be long remembered by me. I saw a number of Tennessee- ans while there and I will ask H. C. Odom to kindly drop me a few lines personally or by way of the Herald. I w'll say that 28 years ago today. one mile west of Cookeville, Tennes see, there was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roberts a son, whose name is Isaac Newton, whom most people in Putnam county know. Since that time he has grown to man-hood here and there and somewhere else, but he has de cided to settle down for life in some good settlement somewhere yet un known, but that will be known to him should life last, In a very, shrot time, as I am receipt of letters from the at torneys of the defendants In my case waning to know the least sum that would affect a compromise. My at torneys will soon communicate with them and It will be known to me in a few weeks-lf a compromise will settle the difference between the companies and myself. ' I. N. Roberts. P. S. Will say that it is past my birthdate but those who may happen to see this may send me a card and I will accept It with pleasure and to show my appreciation will answer each in return. 'Am sad to think of the death of A. Bryant as he was a noble 'and upright, most esteemable old gentleman. I could look back to a number of years gone when there lived in and around Cookeville a num ber of pious old gentlemen who have passed out of this life to the great beyond to reap and take up their re ward. It 's sad indeed to me to think only ten years ago the 12th of this coming August my dear father was called from earth to meet the great beyond, and I feel assured that he has gone to a home far superior to any that th's life holds., It was a surprise to me to hear of the death of C. Lewie and Mrs. Stella Palk and baby, and a father, FInas, has my greatest sympathy. .', OHOOPE, GA. We are having some real nice warm weather now. The farmers are busy planting corn and preparing ground for cotton. Our school at Oak Dale has grown so large that they have built another room, and have an assistant tealher. The assistant is 'Miss Maymie Snow, from Tarrytown, ,Ga. Mr. Lee Roy Webber and sister, Miss Rosabel, and the writer went to Oak Grove to preaching Sunday a.' n. In the afternoon we three visited Misses Birdie, Carrie and Una Knight. ' We certainly had an enjoyable time. - ( Mr. Sam Brantley of Tarrytown called on Miss Maymie Snow, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Williamson and children spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. S. E. Webber's. , Miss. Pauline Meads visited Miss Lula May Webber Sunday. T. H. Sapp took Miss Carrie Right tp preaching Sunday night. , I had the "pleasure of meeting a Tennessee lady from near Savannah the other day. '' ' The people of this place have organ ize da Debating Society. which meets at the Oakdale school ' house every Saturday night; Its real Interesting. Mrs. .S. E. Webber and daughter, Miss Rosabel have been on he sick l'st the past week. V . You Tennessee folka that like good nice times come to Georgia. Anne. Poor Blood is Responsible for much sickness and suffer ing because its quality deter mines our resistive power. With poor blood we are lan guid, susceptible to colds, lack natural energy and ambition, and the gradual d e c 1 i n e of strength makes prompt and careful treatment necessary. Drugs or alcohol cannot make blood and must be avoided. . Scott's Emulsion is nature's grandest blood-maker because of its wholesome medical nourishment, so carefully predigested that it assimi lates without taxing digestion and quickly increases the red corpuscles of the blood, strengthens the organs and tissues and upbuilds the whole system. Absolutely nothing compares with Scott's Emulsion to purify and en rich the blood to overcome or avoid anaemia. It is totally free from al cohol or opiates and your health de mands the purity of Scott's. .. Scott & Bowne. Bloom6eld, N. J. 13-81 GOREE, TEXA8 , Dear Editor: When I asked for a post card shower of course I expected to receive a few cards, but the amount I received exceeded my xpetations. I received 35 cards and five letters. Many brought tears to my eyes, re minding me of the good old times gone by. I would give the names but that would tax our editor's patience be yond endurance; however I will say many thanks to each' and every one and I was proud of one as another. Our big cousin and family of Lub bock, If you will come over now you can eat dinner with us, but if you Wait until I am 99 I fear I shall be missing. M. M. Howard I often go strawberry hunting now, but I always find my berries in tin cans with a label neatly pasted around the can. J. M. Judd, I did not understand the meaning of the picture, but often think of you all just the same. .' We are having some cold weather now and people that have corn up are feeling blue, and so is the corn. We had a nice light rain last week and 'afrmers think they will have a good season to bring up their maize. Mrs. Mollie Dahuff and Mrs. Rebecca S'mmons, will write you soon. Minnie J. tell Mrs. McCully I have a fond place in my memory for her, I fear the waste basket Is drawing near and you all know the fate of the contents of the waste basket, so I will close by thanking our editor for space. Mrs. B. E. Frazier. 8T. JOHN, KANSAS. - Dear Editor: Will you give me lit tle space in your, good little paper as I have never written to the Herald before. We came to Kansas about two weeks ago. Like it just fine, so far, but the wind hasn t forgotten how to blow. Everything out here looks encouraging. Wheat is looking fine. Mss Louisa Roberts and her brother Tilla spent last Sunday afternoon with the writer. Mrs. Elsie Mitchell. MAKES BACKACHE QHLYDISAPPEAR K Few Doses Relieves All Such Miseries. Bladder Weakness, Kidney Trouble and Rheu matism Promptly Vanish . It Is no longer necessary for any one to suffer with backaching, kid ney trouble, have disagreeable blad der and urinary disorders to contend with, or be tortured with rheuma tism, stiff joints, and 4 its heart wrenching pains, for the new vliscov ery, Croxone, quickly and surely re lieves all such troubles. Croxone. is the most wonderful remedy yet devised for ridding the system of uric acid and driving out all the poisonous impurities which cause such troubles. It is entirely different from all other remedies. It is not like anything else ever used for the purpose. It acts on the prin ciple of cleaning out the poisons and removing the cause. .' It soaks right in through the walls, membranes and linings, like water in a- sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and makes the kidneys sift out and filter away, all the uric acid and poisons from the blood, and leaves the kid neys and urinary organs clean, strong, healthy and well. , It matters not; how long you have suffered, how old you are, or what you have used, the very principle of Croxone is such, that it is practically impossible to take it into the human system without results. There is nothing else on earth like it. It starts to work the minute you take it and relieves you the first time you use it , . ' If you suffer with pains in your back and aides, or have any signs of kidney, bladder troubles, or rheuma tism, such as puffy swellings under the eyes or in the feet and ankles, if you are nervous, tired, and run down, or bothered with urinary disorders, Croxone will quickly relieve you of your misery. You can secure an orig inal package of Croxone at trifling cost from any first-class druggist "All druggists are authorized to per sonally return the purchase price, if it fails in s single case, DOUBLE SPRINGS I am come again to thank my friends for remembering my husband on his birthday with such nice cards, which were received and read with great pleasure and appreciated very much. Number received was 15, 9 from Cali fornia. Luke Brown and two children, from St. Louis, Mo., is visiting near Double Springs. S'ster Willie of Egypt I will answer your letter soon. Miss'Hattie Bockman and Mrs. Jo sie Mansell gave an egg hunt Easter, and candy and cake were served. The event was greatly enjoyed by both married and young folks. Leonard Hale of Laurel Hill visited Mr and Mrs. J. M..HaIe last week. Mrs. George McBroom, who hurt her foot some ime ago, Is no better. Mrs. John Tucker Is visiting at Sil ver Point.' Brother Goodpasture will hold ser vices at McBroom's Chapel next Sun. Miss Dora Brown, who has been sick is able to be out again. Clarence Judd of Cookeville was in Double Springs Sunday. Cicero Brown and son Roe are visit ing Mr George Brown, who is very sick Little Zara Brown is having trouble with her little chickens. Mrs. Belle Brown and Mrs. J. Man- sell, made a trip to Bloomlngton Spgs., Monday. Mrs. J. M. Hale. Never can lell when youll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your druggist s-lis it. 25c and 50c. BELLS, TEXAS ' Dear Herald Readers : After an ab sence of two years. I'll drop in and chat awhile. The farmers are busy this week planting corn. We have been having some very cold weather here of late. Fred Noah, Billl Wlllett and Austin Choat are all well, and doing well. The election held in Grayson county the 22d to decide whether or not in toxicating licquor could be sold in the county resulted in the victory of the prohibitionists. I received my paper Thursday. It dont seem possible that Cookeville has grown bo in sixteen years. Read ing your paper brings back my memo ry. A two room cottage with Its win dow to the west where I used to watch the sun set ere I laid me down to rest. I can see the purple mountains with their mists In early morn, and can hear the brown thrueh singing in the town where I have roamed. I can recollect the mornings when I started off to school and the old red academy where I learned the Golden Rule. I remember well the people, simple, honest, kind and true. I can see a shady pathway, where with my mother I have strolled. When that picture comes before me, I feel like one forlorn, for sixteen years ago I left Cookeville for Mis sourl, a state well known. Parzetta Vincent. SHERMAN, TEXAS Dear Editor: If you will allow me space In your dear little paper I will jot down a few lines. As Tennessee was my old home. We have been having some nice weather at present. People are plant ing corn and breaking land for cotton. We hope to make good crops this time and have pretty weather as we had bad weather last year. As I have seen so many asking for cards I will aks all my friends and klnfolks to send me a letter or post card April 20; also my son Enos' birth' day is April 20. All cards and letters will be highly appreciated by us both. I will be 50. years old; Enos will be 15. My Maiden name was Ova Kinnalrd. Address us at Sherman, Texas, R. 1, Box 46. Mrs. Ova Green. 8ALEM Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bullock spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bullock. ' ; Walter Bilbrey was a guest of his couJn, Miss Hazel Willette, near Brotherton, Sunday. Several from this place attended the egg hunt near Whitson's Chapel Sun day afternoon. ' Sunday School was reorganized at this place Sunday with a large crowd in attendance, so let's one and all try and make this year the most success ful school that has ever been organ ized at Old Salem. We can do so if each and everyone, old and young do their part. Let us each consider our selves as an advertising committee In viting everybody to join in with us. It. is 'good to meet in the class on ..lnn SnMor oi wall aa nn allnnhln- Cfc AtWUJ kJUUJ WW " - - " y days, and thus prove our claims to having plenty of sunshine. It Is the members we can always count on that make the school a success, and we are glad that our class isn't one of the sort where a "ew do the work and the others do nothing; but this is a school where everybody takes , part in the classes and we" don't feel like we are doing anything rong when we invite ayone to our Sunday achool, which meete each Suday at 9 a. m. Not half past 8, or half past 9, but strictly at 9 o'clock. A Member. MMES IN THE FACE Blake Women Look Old and they show the effect of unnatural sufferings of headaches, back ache, dizziness. Lot flashes, pains in lower limbs, pains in groins, bearing-down sensations. These symptoms indicate that Nature needs help. Overwork, wrong dress ing, lack of exercise, and other causes have been too much for nature and outside aid must be called upon to restore health and strength. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription The Vegetable Remedy for Woman's Ills that relieves nerrooa exhaustion and irritability and removes other distressing symptoms due to disturbed condi tions of the delicate feminine organism. For over forty years it has been used with more than satin faction by the young, middle-aged and the elderly by wives, mothers and daughters. Yon will find it of great benefit Sold by Medicine Dealers in liquid or tablet form, or send Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y, 60 one-cent stamps for trial box by mail. n 3 na. aiKitcKa pleasant Uea, regmUte the liver, us aaka.ai.UaiasliiJ4a-MaiiaUUUUU What "Bee "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE inside the package, and RESULTS and SATIS FACTION after the contents have been used. Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are pre pared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scien tific way, and are genuine medicines that you can depend on. Bee Dee STOCK S POULTRY MEDICINE LINIMENTi DIP ""BeeDte Healing' Powder Bee Dee special NOTICE ONE AND ALL THE OPENING SALES THAT TAKE PLACE IN BAXTER ON MARCH 1 AND CONTLN. iOR 60 DAYS, ALL THROUGH MARCH and APRIL. ' I will begin on March 1 selling from my entire stock of merchandise including Dry Goods, Notions and Groceries t prices that have never before been offered. I have a good large stock of Misses and Boys Shoes and some Wom ens Shoes that will be sold almost at your own price. Some Womens Button Shoes that have been selling for $8.00 how $2.48. $2.00 Shoes for $1.76. Mens Shoes that have been selling for $3.75 no w$3.22; $3.00 shoes now $2.62, and lots of other shoes of all, kinds at price ranging same. In Dress Goods I have a good lot on hand: .-', , i old for 50c now 12c Ginghams now 10c 7Uc Ginghams now 6y2c 10c Domestic now 9c $1.50 Men's Hats now $1.25; other dry goods in proportion. V RANGES AND COOK 8TOYES I have a good line of both Cook and Heating Stove on hand at the following prices: , : ..fj " - Range Stoves with Reservoir sold for $37.50 now $27.00 Range Stoves that sold for $25.00 now only $23.00. l No. 7, 6-hole Step Stoves now $11:50; 4-hole now $7.7$ GROCERIES Best Shield Lard by the 50 lb stand Uc 3 lb Best Whole Grain Rice 25c; 25c Coffee no 19c The above prices are for cash and barter. (Will pay tip top prices for barter at all times. 1 !; f , FARM IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS and BUGGIES , , ; Now farmers, take notice of this In regarn to farming implements.. Don't think that you have to go to some oth e town to buy your farm tools. I have a good supply of International Harvester Tools, Mowing Machines, Dlte Harrows, Corn Drills, Chattanooga Plows, both hillside and level land also the repairs. j I have the best up-to-date WAGON in the state. This is the COLUMBUS. - This wagon is second to none. , 1 is the best ironed wagon on the market, no lighter runner, no wagon .carries more to the same size and no wagon has a better guarantee behind it than the Columbus. The price is right and terms easy. I also have some new BUGGIES, both steel and rubber tire, and you bet the prices tm bug gies are right Come to Baxter to biuy these lines. SPECIAL IN WIRE FENCING P I have on hand about 3,000 rods of the ROYAL' FIELD FENCING which will be sold at the following prices: 47 inch, 12 inch mesh, 27c a rod S 47 Inch; 6 inch. mesh, 87c J.W. Baxter, Tenn, STOMACH TROUBLE ' FOn FIVE YEARS Uajerity of Friends Thought Mr. Hugh Would Die, Bat Om Helped Him te Recovery. PesBtYoytoe, Ky-Is Intsntttsg -vtees from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes wiftss as' follows : "I was dowa with stssMisn troubis for thra (3) ysasa, sad vsvid have skk ache ss , s. tfa' I aWttf I wosta E I tried 3sMat tnrttsaeats, tat C sot sees HHfMSf fjDtWL ) ftfM lea, I sonM Bsc aster rises. atd al W Msssa, saosst e, Wm&t I tSe. 7 Ha a4vtos4 sm"bj try pellets meltore fceweis. Easy tn take aa nnr. Dee " Means After usini the Bee Dee Remedies- generally for sometiiae. we take plea sure in saying that they are giving entire satisfaction, and we cheerfully recom mend them. McMillen Stock Finn, Waco. Texas. Xou can get them at ,, your dealer's. Colic Remedy r. p. P Sale rnce 40c Other 45c Conu now oc 10c Glnghama vow 8ftc 10c Outinga now Ifta 8c Domestic now 7c $1.00 Hats now 87c. All taking other medicines. I decMsd to take his advice, although I did not nave any confidence In h. " I "have now been taking lart-Diu3 for three months, and It has cured a haven't had those awful skk 1 since I began using It ' I an at thankful for .... Draught has done for me." ThedJord'i BUck-Drutg fsvnd a very valuable maCrTaa av O nugtments of the (toataca ssVes, ft) ceaasotsa ot pure, vessonss esv nets smflv. vttsurelv. n caa aa to m w m m W assd ay rf and old, and stscll t) kept hi every faaafiy chant. Oel a pnekage today., Only aejaartsr. 3j