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PUTNAM COUNTY HERALD.
ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY Subscrption Price 25 CenU a Year E. L. WIRT A SON. Publishers Cntered a Seconddsss Mail Hatter at th Poat OtHcs at Cookeville. Term. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914. ANNOUNCEMENT HULL The Herald Is authorized to announce Hon. Cordell Hull as a can didate for the Democratic nomination for Congress, for the Fourth Congress ional District of Tennessee, subject to the Democratic Congressional Priniady Election to be held on the first Thurs day In August, 1914. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING All Democrats in Putnam county, regardless of past factional affiliation who are now willing to join the great Democratic host of Tennesseans in e lecting Democratic State officers and are willing to unite with each other on a temperance platform are hereby requested and urged to be present at a Democratic Mass Meeting to be held in Cookeville at 1 p. m. on Saturday, May 16, 1914, in pursuance of a call of the state committee to select dele gates to the State Convention to be held in Nashville on May 26-27 and transact any other business that may come before it. J. N. Cox, Chairman. H. D. Whitson, Secty. Delinquent Tax-Payers, Take Notice! On the first Moi.day in June next, at the Courthouse door, in t' e County of Putnam, Town of Cookeville, I will offer for public sale all the real estate belonging to delinquent tax-payers for the year 1913. The following is a list of such delinquents, the district In which the property is situated, and the number of acres In each tract, as fol lows : First District Inside Corporation of Cookeville Apple, Thurston 1 Lot Bennett, Pony . 1 Lot Borden, M. H 1 Lot Davis, Mrs. Rufus 1 Lot Goodwin, Frank 1 Lot Outside Corporation Borden M. H 6 acres Mills, A. L 2 acres Scruggs, Je se, col 1 acre Stout, M. R. 1 Lot Third District Rockwell, Mrs. L. A 75 acres Whlteaker, Viola 15 acres Fourth District Astor, A. G 328 acres Bumbalough, J. T 75 acres 1 Cooper, W. M 160 acres Gentry, W. M 120 acres Goodwin, R. B 410 acre Sixth District Creighton Jack 10 acres Clark, Mrs. Rosa . . .' 25 acres Seventh District John Hilty Estate Lots 2 and 3, Block 4. Lots 2 and 4, Block 8. Lot 6, Block 14. Lot 2, Block 12. Eighth District Alcorn & Burgess 35 acres Austin, A. R., Jr 72 acres Brown, George 10 acres Cole, L. J 5 acres Herrin, T. M 75 acre Herrln, Richard 50 acree Maynard, W. L 25 acres Thirteenth District Garrett, Abe 10 acres Jones, Bessie 50 acres Jones, Isaac 25 acres Lancaster Bank 10 acres Mitchell, W. L 42 acres F. M. Roberts Heirs 10 acres Fourteenth District Inside Corporation of Monterey Boswell, J. S 2 acres Bennett, A. T 8 Lots Conatser, O. C 1 Lot Conatser, O. C 32 Lots Davenport, Mrs. M. E 1 Lot Patterson, John 1 Lot Outside Corporation Cumberland Coal & Coke Co. 4198 acrs. Copeland, W. F 12 Lots . Poteet John 25 acres Tennessee Land & Coal Co. 1100 acres Willis, Allen 7 acres Fifteenth District Verble, Abe, col 10 acres Walker, W. D 17 acres Sixteenth District Richardson, G. M 50 acres Ward, Mrs. J. L 114 acres Seventeenth District Duke, J. G 1 Lot Duke, J. G 40 acres Snodgrass, H .C 3 acres Eighteenth District Clinton, N. T 1 Lot Halfacre, Jim 2 acres Hall, Joseph 4 acres Nineteenth District Mary Burton Heirs 16 acres Eldridge, John 2 acree Levesay, A. J 42 acres Twentieth District ' Daws, Lee 4 acres Gentry, Mrs. Phoebe 4 acres And if said sale is not completed on said first Monday in June, the same will be continued from day to day un til completed. This 6th day of May, 1914. O. N. DRAPER, Trustee. may7-4t. Publication Fee 24.00. 4Cmm r,ayyff , BETTER DON A Swann Straw Hat FVERY STYlf. OR SHAPE HERE Jenkins & Darwin Bros. COOK.EVUXE.TENN. SEE VICTORY WITH ROBERTS Hon. Alfred Algood of this city, for mer attorney-general of this, the Fifth judicial circuit, and one of the most prominent independent democrats of the state, today gave out the follow ing statement relative to the contest for the democratic gubernatorial nom ination: "To the Democracy of Tennessee Having been a member of the state democratic committee in 1910, when the division of our party commenced, and resigned on account of the action of the majority of the committee, and having been a member of the indepen dent state democratic executive com m'ttee for the two years passed, and never having changed my views on the questions involved, but hoping that the time had come when we could have a reunited party, I write this ar ticle with the hope that it may con tribute to this resul. "L believe he nomination of Chan cellor A. H. Roberts, as the democrat is candidate for governor, on a plat form that declares for the mainte nance of our temperance laws and our election laws, and for the enforce ment of the laws, ought to bring about unity in our party, insofar as the race for governor is concerned. He would fit the platform and the platform would fit him. He Is in every way qualified to discharge the great duties of his high office. I have known him a long time, and so far as I have ever heard, his moral character is without blemish. He is one of the best jurists in the state, a man of splendid ability, able to represent his party on the stump, and when elected, to discharge the duties of the office with honor to the state. He is honest, faithful, un tiring in his efforts to do- his duty and one whose strength of mind and character marks him as a man pecu liarly fitted for this high office. If he is nominated on a platform de claring for the principles before stated and which the action of the state committee ind'eated would be abopt- t I ELECTRIC IRONS jj A Princess Ectric Iron .1.1. X erv. sale. serviceaDie ana sure, uuaraiuetju iur a X five years. Price $3.25. SMITH & DAVIS Olllllllllll l"IIH 1 1 3 Equals 25 A startling statement but a true one in this case. One teaspoon1 of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents' equal, in what they do for your animals and fowls, two pounds of any ready-made stock or poultry tonic (price 25 cents). There you aret If you dont believe it, try it out ! Buy, today, a can of Bee Dee STOCK & MEDICINE Cbaag ei feci into toaic Makes it rnlt International Harvester Manure Spreaders Tie IHC Line CIAW AND HAT MACHINES Blsliri. Hsaasra, Hmn ftk. Stackers HarUatWa Bar rmiM CORN MACHINES Masters, Ficam BtsaWe, Cekrratsr Eaeilas Catfm (setter. Sareadera TILLAGE Par, Secms-Terfa. ami Dbk Harrawt CshmtST GENERAL LIN2 (M as J G. assises Oil Tractor Rum Ssrsessre Craut Separators Farm Wag eat Muter Tracks Tbrnhen Gran Drdb Feed Griso'ert Katie Griaders Rmdertwiat ailv.iifcw . Nashville , Champion Deerfef HcCormick nnrTTi n ( Y C LP n poll I I I i i ed I can see no reason why every in dependent democrat In he state should not give him his hearty sup port. I believe he is the right man to reunite the party." HON. O. K. HOLLADAY ENDORSES JUDGE ROBERTS . ' The selection of Judge A. H. Rob erts as the standard bearer for dem osracy in the coming gubernatorial mntpst would, in mv judgment, bring about peace among democrats. I have known Judge KoDerts intimately for the past fifteen years, having been associated with him in litigation, and having practiced in his court. He is a man who will command the confi den e of the intelligent citizenship of the state. He is possessed of unboun ded energy and aggressiveness, and armed with the principles of the demo cratic party which I expect to see an nounced In the platform, can meet any one on the stump. He is a man of a very high orded in every way, and is clean, honest, and a Christian gentle man. He will do what he believes to be right at all times. The gentlemen opposing Judge Roberts for the demo cratic nomination are good men, but, in my judgment, if Judge Roberts is nominated as the standard bearer on a platform expressing the views here tofore announced by the Democratic Executive Committee of the State, the party will come back into its own at the November election Interview in Tennessean and American of Monday, May 4. IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY KIDNEYS Cookeville Readers Should Learn to Keep the Kidneys Well. The kidneys have a big work to do. All the blood in the body is coursing through the kidneys constantly to be freed of poisonous matter. It is a heavy enough tas when the kidneys are well, but a cold, chill fever or " ' t will drudge out of drudg- X .1 "I 1. 1 -C at ! IIIMII II Mill HI I llll Write fora trial packs- ol Bee Dee STOCK A POULTRY MEDICINE, also our 32 pace, illustra ted book, fully explaining its uses. Address ; Bee Dee Stock Medicine Company, Chattanooga. Tenn. POULTRY 25c, SOc and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P. B. 3 - frWmchf. Ml LOOK for the following points in the manure spreader you buy: i. Cor rect, efficient, well-tested design. 2. Guar antee of first-class materials. 3. Reinforc ing of parts where strains usually come. 4. Strength of parts where occasional strains come. 5. Wearing qualities and protection of driving parts. 6. Repu tation of manufacturer, insuring efficient repair service. Satisfied American farmers find these essen tials in International manure spreaders. International spreaders have, besides, many teat ures that grew out of long field experience. Study the steel construction in frame, wheels, and driving mechanism; the easily-removable beater; the ditfer entials in rear axles, insuring even spreading while turning corners; tha reversible worm and gear; low, easily-loaded box; and many others. International spreaders are of all styles and sizes, high and low, endless and reverse apron. Write for illustrated catalogues, and when we send theui we will tell you where you niay see the spreaders. r j y54J V' .! Ilncorporated) , IffflfX'gA Tenn. Osborne Piano C3iakee cnmia thnnehtlpss pmosure is likely to irritate, inflame and congest the kid neys and interrupt the purtrying worK. Then the aching frequently begins, and is often accompanied by some Ir regularity of the urine too frequent passages, sediment or retention. Thousands testify to the wonderful merit of Doan's Kidnev Pills, a rem edy for the kidneys only, that has been used in kidney troubles 50 years, i ou will make no mistake in following this advice. It comes from a resident of this locality: I. A. Gross, harness maker, rJ. Main St., McMinnvllle, Tenn., says: I suf fered considerably from attacks of kidney trouble, the kidney secretions being scanty and painful in passage. I also had pains through my back and felt miserable in every way. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me as soon as i began taking them and I continued their line until the trouble was re moved. Some years ago I recommen ded Doan s Kidney Fills ana at tnis time I gladly confirm that statement." Pri r.0f st all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan s Kidney Pills tne same mat Mr. Gross had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. BRONCHI HS CONQUERED Royersford, Pa., Man Tells How. At this season of year with such sudden changes, it is so easy to take cold, and almost before one is aware there is inflammation in the bronchial tubes a hard cough and unless checked in time chronic pulmonary troubles may result Townsend Young of Royersford, Pa., says: "A severe bronchial trou ble contracted caused me much diffi culty about breathing. My chest felt clogged up and there was consider able soreneBs. I tried different rem edies without help; but I am glad to Bay that Vinol cured my bronchial trouble which had lasted for three months. My breathing is all right and the soreness entirely gone from my chest" Vlnol contains the curative, healing principles of fresh cods' livers (with out oil) and tonic iron. We guaran tee it to be delicious in taste and to satisfy you with its medicinal effects. Z. T. Hinds Drug Co., Cookeville. Tenn. Vffmt rHofitnirinc skin ornntiona. scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit ters as a cleansing blood tonic, is wen recommended. $1.00 at all stores. In the District Court of the United States for the Middle District of Tennessee. No. 71 In Bankruptcy In the matter of D.D.Cowan, Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that D. D. Cowan having heretofore been adjudg ed a bankrupt in the above entitled cause, has filed his petition ror dis charge from debts, and that he follow ing order of notice has been made therein: Middle District of Tennessee, S. S.: On this 29 day of April A. D. 1914, on reading the foregoing petition, it is Ordered bv the court that a hear ing be had upon the same on the 29 day of May A. D. 1914, bpfore said court, at Nashville, in said District, 'at ten o'cloc kin the forenoon: and that notice htereof be published 'n Putnam County Herald a newspaper printed in said District, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordei-d by the court, that the clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. Witness the Honorable Edward T. Sanford, judge of the said court, and the seal thereof, at Nashville, in said district, on the 29th day of April, A. V. 1914. H. M. DOAK, Clerk. N. T. ARNETT, Deputy Clerk. LAND SALE In County Court at Cookeville, Tenn. R. Jackson et al vs. Jhn Mills et al. In obedience to a decree of the Coun ty Court at Cookeville, made at the Apr'l term, 1914, In the above styled case, I will, on Saturday, the 23d day of May, 1914, at one o'clock, in front of the Courthouse door in the town of Cookeville, Tenn., sell to the highest and best bidder, the property in said decree described, being a tract of land Known as the Joseph Mills lands, lying and being in the 16th Civil District of Putnam County, Tennessee, adjoining lands of Gentry on the north; Gentry on the east; McCaleb on the south; Peek on the west; containing 100 acres more or less. Terms of Sale Said sale will be made on a credit of 12 and 18 months, except 25 per cent, will be paid in cash on day of sale, The POPULAR POLISHES Black, Tan and White 10c The F. F. D alley Co, Ltd. BUFFALO. N. Y. HAMILTON, OUT. DlJlJ L3 "Twist the Coin" 'O TT PIMPLES TI ACHES H V BOILS I CHILLS U CARBUNCLES PAINS -Are "Danger Signals" the human system's method of giving warn ing that the blood has become impoverished and circulation poor. In this condition the human body is almost powerless to resist the more serious illness. Don't delay. You need DR. PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery It gets to work immediately at the seat of your trouble tha Stomach. It lends a helping hand. Helps to digest the food. Tones op the stomach. Soon bring back normal condition. Food ia properly assimilated and turned into rich, red blood. Every organ ia strengthened and every tisane re-vitalized. ... Made from roots taken from our great American forests. Try this remedy now. Sold by Medicine Dealers in liquid or tablet form or send 60c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial box. Too can have the complete "Medical Adviser" of w-rMa Mi-tree-by seadug Dr. Pterce Sic lor wraapla atl ssalllaa; hoaurf-troe and in bar of equity of redemption. Notes, drawing interest from day of sale, w'th good personal security, will be required of the purchaser, and a lien will be retained on the property sold, as further security. This 29th day of April, 1914. 4-30-4t W. O. WATSON, Clerk and Commissioner. J. B. Thompson, Solicitor. SKia Blemishes Cansed By Germi Oerma (et under th kin or In broken fUco, and it it har4 o get lid of them. Pus tore or pimples follow. DR. BELL'S Antiseptic Salve soon deatroTS theaa germs and keeps them clean and hcalthr untilnature heali. uae It on the face, lips. In the Quae, anywhere, for It Is CLEAN, PURE AND hEALINO. "Tell It Bv The Bell' r SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS eft Algood Drug Co. f "THE NYAL STORE" Use Nyal'a Spring Sarsapa- Z rilla for impure blood. 50c and $ 1 .00 per bottle II I III 1 1 1 1 NONRESIDENT NOTICE , In Chancery Court at Cooke ile, Tenn. Drew Messenger et al vs. Elwood Messenger et al. It appearing from the Bill filed In - - v r- w - - Never Warp.Crack.Rot.Curl or Burn- M I " I MS I (Lf Jl II LTvV yooa They can be laid right over an old wood-shingle roof with out dirt or bother, and they make it stormproof and fireproof. 5 They're inexpensive. For particulars address W. M. SMOOT, Cookeville, Tenn. SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESS BACKACHE Even Most Chronic Sufferers Find Relief After A Few Doses Are Taken Backache, urinary disorders, and rheumatism, are caused from weak, inactive kidneys, which fail to filter out the impurities and keep the blood pure, and the only way on earth to premanently and positively cure such troubles, is to remove the cause. The new discovery, Croxone, cures such conditions because it reaches the very roots of the disease. It soaks right into the stopped up, in active kidneys, through the walls and linings; cleans out the little filtering cells and glands; neutralizes and dis solves the poisonous iiric acid sub stances that lodge ir. the joints and muscles to -scratch and -irritate ard cause rheumatism; it neutralizes tht urine so it no longer irritates the tender membranes of the bladder, and cleans out snd ?t.enf;ihens the ctnnnfH nn lifelpss kidrt'evs so the" filter and sift all the poisons from mm ss. u".w.t ju tv bc. s j a la& V V"-' 'Jh ssasTaTaTsBBBBTsW IW XA V1 v , fSJ ' this cause, which Is sworn to, that the Defendant Elwood Messenger is a non resident of the State of Tennessee, and cannot be served w'th the ordinary process of law: It is ordered that stid aerenaant en ter his appearance herein, before the Clerk and Master, at his office in the Courthouse in Cookeville, Tenn., oil or before the first Monday in June next. ami plead, answer, or demur to Com plainants' Bill, or the same wiu De la ken for confessed as to him, and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published tor tour consecutive weeks in the Putnam County Herald, a newspaper published In Cookeville, Tenn. This 2nd day of May, 1914. W. R. Carlen. Clerk and Master. O. K. Holladay, Solicitor for Com plainant. Ss-:weV r-"rr i1" sue. Uel'- DriCS r . r - aval " .i i 'ft r-i-'"r ioSickneoG A n? a sin ! or at Sin of Omission T Or Botmt We tranagTess Nature's laws, the Lier striken, tneo we omit or neglect until we ache or sicken. Loosen the dammed-up bile. Keep It loose with the old time-lricd Mst Apple Root, (Podophylli.) PodophyUln with the gripe taken oat U called SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS T -k onjngies kBwawBBaassswaassoBstb mmammm RHEUMATISM, QUICKLY VANISH the blood, and drive it out of the system. So sure, so positive, so quick and lasting, are the results obtained from the use of Croxone, that three doses a day for a few days are often all that is required to cure the worst case of backache, regulate the most annoying bladder disorders, and over come the numerous other similar conditions. It is the most wonderful prepara tion ever made for the purpose. It is entirely different from all other remedies. There is nothing else on earth to compare with it It is so prepared that it is practically impos sible to take it into the human sys tem without results. ' .You cad obtain an original package of Croxone at trifling cost from any first-class drug store. All druggists are authorized to personally return the purchase price if Croxone fails to a'ive desired results, regardless of how old you are, how long you have suffered, or what else has failed, to cure you. , o o o o o o L. For jJcTj."lX ,rMLlaaaaaT