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DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, TENN. W. D. FERRKLL L. B. BROWN FERRELL & BROWN j DENTISTS Gibson Building Up Stairs Both 'Phones Cookeville.Tenn. IT MAY SEEM STRANGE, BUT YOUR OLD ACCOUNT HAS NOT BEEN SETTLED. WE ARE GOING TO COLLECT THESE WITH YOUR HELP OR THE HELP OF AN OFFI CER WHICH SHALL IT BE. LAST CALL ON OLD ACCOUNT. NO REF ERENCE TO 1914 ACCOUNTS. Z. T .HINDS DRUG CO Will Slagle spent Sunday at Algood, Jas. C. Saturday. Shirley was in Nashville J. J. BOYD ERNEST H. BOYD 30YD & BOYD Lawyers COOKEVILLE, TENN. Office! on Sooth Sid. of Public Square, In to. Sloan Building-, over Hinds Drug a tor. DR. W. S. McCLAIN ( OSTEOPATH Hitchcock Building, Nashville In Cookeville June, July and August H. S. BARNES Attorney at Law Office in the Gibson Building Home Phone 88-8 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. W. J; Mifflin E. E. Mifflin Several young people went to Pilot KnoD Sunday. Get a PRINCEESS ELECTRIC IRON at Smith & Davis. . Robert E. Lee was in Nashville on business Saturday. AH of Baxter is laughing over Case of Suspension." "A Case of Suspension" entertains from beginning to end. "A Case of Suspension" Fifty cents wortn lor fifteen cents. Reserve Friday night, May! 15 for A Case of Suspension." ' If you enjoy a good laugh don't miss A Case of Suspension." "A Case of Suspension" Don't see it if it hurts you to laugh. Hear the inimitable entertainer. Prof Aust'n, Friday night, May 15. Ray Maloney is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ollie Alloway at Nashville. The serenade alone will be worth the price Friday night, May 15. V. E. Bockman has moved his law offices into t e Arcade Building. B. H. Phillips of Ranger Ga.. is visiting in Cookeville and vicinity. T. C. Holladay of Nashville visited his daugter Mrs. R. E. Lee, this week, Mrs. D. A. Montgomery of Route was in the city Wednesday, shopping. J. M. Haynes came up from Nash ville to spend Sunday wrth his family, Dr. W. S. McClain came up from Nashville to spend Sunday with his family. Mrs. Garrison of Crossville is the guest of her daughter Mrs. , W. C, Moore. Several of the town people attend- e-uhe singing at Wh'tson's Chapel last Sunday. Rev. G. W. Nackles of Erin left for home today, after visiting friends in Cookeville. Mrs. Mary Jane Carr is sending the Herald to her cousin, Henry Porter of Holllnay, N. M. John EIrod sends theHerald to his daughter, Mrs. E. F. Watson, Harts ville, Tennessee. Morgan & Morgan have moved their law offices into the Arcade Building north side up stairs. Chas. N. Gracy was in Winchester last week on special business for the internal revenue service. MIFFLIN BROS. Cookeville StandardBakery FRESH BREAD Pies and Cakes Daily Write, Phone or Call Gainesboro Phone No. 146 Free Delivery Ask for Mother's Bread HINDS LIVER PILLS FOR ALL LIYER ILLS i Sick Headache and Biliousness. C ,..., , y j, faU tQ try Hln(ja Llyer p.lls nevcr iiavc, nt um cApciioc. von. Don't hesitate to ask for sample. or write ior iree sample. ' 36 pills for 25 cents XT.HINDS DRUG CO. Evans Hill of New Mexico was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Maloney s-veral days last week. John W. Gillem is being urged by his fr'ends to make an independent race for c'rcuit court clerk. W. M. Davis and daughter, Miss Luna, left Tuesday for a months visit in Texas and Oklahoma. A PRINCESS ELECTRIC IRON will be a great help on the hot days that soon will be. See Smith & Davis. Mottled Anconas Pure bred strains. Great winter lay era. Eggs and chicks for sale. Prices ; reasonable. . Mrs. D. D. Terry Cookeville, Tenn., Route 1 U-VL ,E EYE SI GOOD FOR THE EYES AND EYES ONLY Tom EYES ar living; Ipnaea. If weak' lliu, strafnl or ciik-mI, lliey can l gently yet unrely cleanxl, brtithtvncd, eorrwteil and re-inviKorat-l ly tbc cleansing, beallna-, ulri-nuTl''''' J""-r properties Of KAtit.V. EYE NAi.t . Oue SOc tube l'KUYES It. SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS CHANCERY LAND SALE By virtue of a decree of the Chan cery Court of Putnam County, Tennes see, in .the case of James Farley, ad ministrator, vs. John Hllty, et al, on Tuesday, the 19th day of May, 1914, at the Courthouse door in Cookeville, Tennessee, I will sell to the highest bidder the following property, to wit: Lots 2 and 3 in Block 4; lots 2 and 4 n Block 8; lot 2 in Block 12; lot in Block 14; lot 2 in Block 7; also the D. "J. Maxwell tract, being 62 V4 poles long north and south and 32 poles wide east and west, ond being In the northwest corner of lot 1 In block 8, all in A. Altdoerffer subdivision of the Cook lands in the 7lh Civil Dis trict of Putnam County, Tenn. Terms of sale: Ono fourth cash; balance on 6, 12 and 18 months time, and notes with, good securities re quired; a Ten retained for the pur chase money. This 9th day of April, 1914. W. R. CARLEN, . apr!6-4t Clerk and Master, Z. T. Hind3 Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. Herchel Howell and Misses Mable Peek and Mary Klnn- aird spent Sunday in White county. Vinie C. Mullinix has been appoint ed postmaster at Wilder; H. G. Maxey at CeLlna, and H. J. Farley at Baxter. The State Normal baseball team will play Dixie on the latters grounds Friday at 2:45 p. m. See this game, sure. L. M. Bullington returned Friday night from an extended trip through Texas, Oklahoma and other we tern states. Miss Nannio Ragland left Tuesday to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. Annie Whittenton, at Forrest City, Arkansas. Thequarters of the First National Bank in the Gibson Building are being reflnished and will , present a hand some appearance. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Pharris left Wednesday morning for Colorado. where they go in the hope of benefit ing Mr. Pharis' health. D. C. Gossage, who has charge of two mills near Crawford for the Davld-son-Hicks-Green Lumber Co., was here Monday on business-. J. H. Watts, Frank Richmond and Henry West are among those from Cookeville attending the Confederate Reunion at Jacksonville, Fla. John Tucker of Double Springs has returned from Hot Springs, Ark., where be had been for treatment for rheumatism. He is much improved. Just received a large shipment of Rexall Rose and Violet Glycerine soap. The real bargain in soap-lOc, 3 for 25c. - Z. T. Hinds Drug Co. All kinds of stationary, tablets and envelops for select correspondence. Fresh stock of the latest. Z. T. Hinds Drug Co. From what we can learn Geo. N. Welch has splendid chances for being nominated for railroad commissioner by the democratic state convention. He will have the solid support of thit section. It looks like Putnam county I will land this office, W. G. Sadler be ing the Republican nominee. Benton M. Johnson has moved his general offices to the room In the Gib son building vacated by C. L. Williams and has furnished the quarters hand somely. Pastor Fitzpatrick will preach in the Baptist church next Sunday at 11 o' clock on Deny'ng the Powers of God liness, and at night on Fall'ng from Grace. Matinee at the Hipp Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Good pictures pleasant time. Mayor O. K. Holladay left. Sunday night for Oklahoma C'ty to attend the general conference of the M. E. Church .South. Mr. Holladay Is a lay delegate to that great gathering. We have a lot of stock peas for sale. ayone wanting to buy write or phone us for prices. Warren Mercantile Co., Cookeville, Route 1. Rev. S. E. Rray, president of Bax ter Seminary will preach in the Meth odist Church next Sunday mornir? at 11 o clock. A special song service has been arranged for the occasion. The railroad fare from Cookeville to Nashville for the Southern Baptist Convention will be $3.00 for the round tr'p. Board 1J.0O per day. Let us have a good attendance from this sec tlon. S. N. Fitzpatrick. Elder S. N. Fitzpatrick will attend as a delegate the Southern Baptist convention to be held In Nashville next week. Mrs. Fitzpatrick will go as a delegate to the Women's Mission ary Union. Dr. G. N. Guthrie is attending the state camp of Modern Woodmen of America 'n Jackson. He is a candi- date for delegate to the Head Camp, having been twice honored by election to that position hereto. Clark's Place has been thoroughly renovated, with new ceiling, papering, painting, etc., and now presents a very attractive appearance. The decorat ing was done by S. M. Dietz. Ben Clark, the genial proprietor, now wears a broader smile. Chas. L. Williams has moved his bar ber shop into the rooms in the Gibson Building recently vacated by Dr. G. N. Guthrie. When the fixtures are all in stalled Mr. Williams will have a mod el shop. There will be hot and cold baths shower bath, lavatory and oth er conveniences. G. B. Wale, who has been in charge of the army recruiting station here for several months, has been transferred to Dickson. Mr. Wale has made many warm friends in Cookeville who hope he may be sent back here. He is suc ceeded here by A. Wheeler, who with J. H. Collins, who has been 'here some time, will carry on the wark at this station. FAMILY REUNION At the home of R. B. and James McKinley, Buffalo Valley, on May 16, ere will be held a family reunion. All relat'ves are expected to be pres ent with a basket of grub. NOTICE All parties who are owing the es tate of W. H. Walker, deceased, any thing, are hereby requested to settle same by June 1st, 1914, and save costs. 2t A. A. Walker, Aim. TO TEACHERS It is very important that all teachers ho expect to teach his year should re member: Trat an examination con ducted by the state will be held at Cookeville, May 14 and 15, for both high school and elementary certifl cates. That teachers who hold bona fide certiflca es (certificates given on examination and not temporary) and ho taught last year, will have to be examined only on the reading circle books which are the following; Coun try Life and the Country School for elementary teachers, and the book written by Hollister for high school teachers. These ar all. That those who have heretofore been teaching in towns of less than 500 inhabitants who have heretofore not been required to have certificates, will have to be examined, but only on the reading circle books. That it will be unsafe to defer tak ing the examination until July for those who teach in the country, be cause you could not then get your certificate in time for the opening of school, and contract could not be made with you unless you have a certificate. Respectfully, J. M. Hatfield, Co. Supt. FELLSBURG. KANSAS Good morning, Mr. Editor. If you will please set the waste basket aside I will chat awhile, as I have never written to the Herald before. Corn plant'ng is the main go in this community; same waiting for It to rain. Wheat is looking good so far. If the dry weather don't get it there will be lots of wheat raised. Blane Carr, would like to see you. Come on and give us the news. Wonder if Crack Price still lives in the racks at Ada, Okla. The writer visited Ray Campbell Sunday. Something doing at Fellsburg every Sunday. Erastus McCaleb says the girls out here don't look good to him like the Tennessee girls. The wind has not forgot to blow yet for we have a sand storm every day. Claudy Howell and Billy Williams arrived here one day last week. Delia Mills, I would like to have been at that egg hunt Easter. Nobody's Darling. Mt. View Lodge, No. 179, I. O. O. F. met at the usual hour, 8 pm, May 2, 1314, u A. Copt-land, N. G. presiding with a good attendance. A great deal ui rouune Dusiness was disposed of. Bro. Dank Garrison was reported about as last week. Bro J. M. Brown sent a physicians certificate showing him to have been sick six weeks, prop er action was had by the Lodge there on. Bro. J. H. York seems to be little if any better. The initiatory was conferred upon one applicant. The committee report ed lavorably upon one petitioner when after ballot he was declared duly elec ted. A very Important committee asked for and were granted further time. Quite a number of Brothers have neglected to pay any dues for quite a while, consequently several stand a chance to be dropped at the end of ths term this should not be. Bro. L. A. Copeland took the three Poston children to the I. O. O. F. Home he was delighted with the prospects there, and the children were well satis fled Spend a pleasant hour at the Ripp. inange oi pictures every mgnt. TO THE COUNTY SUPTS. Some question has arisen as to what is known as secondary certifi cates. The secondary school becomes automatically some form of high school. People who now hold second ary certificates will be given for the coming year some form of high school certificate good for one year only. That is, they will be placed on the same basis as if they held high school certificates. . Those desiring to teach branches above the elementary grades and who have never taught, and also who are not exempt by law, will be ex pected to tabe any form of the high school examinat'on they choose. This w'll place those now holding secondary certificates on the same basis as those holding high school certificates. S. H. Thompson, ' State Superintendent. ELMWOOD Dear Editor: Will you admit a Smith county girl to join your happy band. Papa takes the good little pa per and we all enjoy reading it so well. Health is very good here at present. The farmers are very busy here planting corn and preparing ground for tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Bush visited Mr. John Rush and family Sunday. Miss Welthy Lewis visited Mr. and Mrs. Pressly Sunday. Rev. J. B. Dickens preached .at Banks Chapel Sunday. A large crowd was present. ' Aunt Belle Putty, why don t you write again. May God bless the Herald and its many readers. Verdie Massey. No Substitutes RETURN to the grocer all sub stitutes sent you for Royal Bak- ing Powder. There is no sub stitute for ROYAL Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. MCMinnville v I am a new subscriber but like to read the letters in our little paper as ther are so many from my old home and friends. I was raised in Overton county. My. maiden name was Alice Kimes and married Will Bennett. I want to ask all the Herald readers for a shower of birthday cards May 30. I will tell you all how many cards I get Farmers are busy down here and crops are looking fine. Al'ce Bennett, McMtnnville, Tenn. R. 3, Box 207. j ' ffmMmmMm VuuJJJUilU rm Mo 7 7 r --V. Drinks , BLOOMINGTON R. 1 Some cases of mumps and one case of small pox. J. H. Pippin has small pox. M. V. Johnson and Julie Youngs houses are quarantined. Some more cases expecting to take them. Carrie West and family visited John Flatt and family Saturday. John Flatt and family are visiting the writer today. Julia Jockson, your letter was good. Mary Whitefleld was stricken with paralysis the 20th and died the 24th. She leaves one son and three daught ers to mourn her loss. The bereaved ones have our sympathy. Mrs. Lassie Flatt has been on the sick list but is improving. Dillard West. mm t i,i it answers every beverage re quirement vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. It will satisfy you. TAIBAN, N .M. There were never better prospects in tjiis part of the country for good crops than there is this spring. A good many crops up already and look ing fine. The prairie looks like a green wheat field. There Is quite an oil excitement up now in Taiban. I have proved up on mp three hundred and twenty acres. There is a strong talk of passing an other law allowing a man 640 acres. If that law passes I will file on 320 acres more. There is quite a nine land out from Taiban that a man can file on yet. Wake up Monterey R. 3 and g ve us the news. Joe Ashburn V VTHE COCA-COLA COMPANY , ATLANTA, GA. Demand the genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. Whenever you see nn Arrow think of Coca-Cola. ft ' CLASS PLAY A MISTAKEN IDEA There are some people who still resort to drugged pills or alcoholic syrups to overcome colds, nervousness or general debility, and who know that the pure, unadulterated nourishment in Scott's Emulsion is eminently better, but refrain from taking it because, they fear it may lead to excessive fat or obesity. This is a mistaken idea, because Scott's Emulsion first strengthens the body before making flesh. Its blood-forming proper ties aid nature to throw off sickness by building health from its very source, and flesh is formed only by its continued use. Avoid alcoholic substitutes for SCOTT'S. l fwW..-'iLV...i! 5T) : pi" -,v- K$'- Let us make your por trait in your own home with all the charm of its surroundings. Make an Appointment To-day The Harding Studio Fia Photographs CotuuUnt Pricaa SENIOR CLASS OF BAXTER SEMINARY With a Musical Program by the Music Department of the Seminary' AT COOKEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 15 rA ADMISSION: 15 CENTS PROGRAMME TRIO Galop Militaire Misses Elmo Nichols, Douglass Nichols and Ova Boyd DUET Eau Riante Misses Elmo Nichols and Jessie Isbell SONG "Then You'll Remember Me" Misses Elmo and Douglass Nichols DUET Dance of the Demons :' ......... Miss Ova Boyd and Mr. Chas. Ryan A CASE OF SUSPENSION CAST OF CHARACTERS Dorothy Alice ' Mildred Harold Tom Jack ; Professor Emilius Edgerton Miss Ophilia Judkins ( Elmo Nichols Young Ladies of the Seminary Bertha Richardson? Undergraduates of a College Near-by. Electra Nichols Ernest Harris , ' Homer Winfree ( Ralph Harris I Members of the Faculty 3 Georse P. Parsley ) Douglass Nichols Kathleen Irish Maid : Edna Brassell Jonas Seminary Hired Man Alonzo Keathley Jonas' Wife Etta Whlttaker Serenaders . . Messrs Bain, Beaty, Nunally and Ward ACT 1, SCENE 1 A young ladies sitting room. COLLEGE SONG "Jingle Bells" ' Senior Class j INSTRUMENTAL Anvil Chorus Chas. S. Ryan and Seniors READING Prof. C. E. Austin DUET Ojos Criollos Miss Ova Boyd and Mr. Chas. S. Ryan A CA3E OF SUSPENSION ACT 2 SCENE 2 The same. CHANCERY LAND 8ALE By virtue of a decree of the Chan cery Court of Putnam County Tennes see, in the case of J. H. Hodge, ad ministrator, vs. H. A. Williams, et al, on Tuesday the 19th day of May, 1914, at the Courthouse door in Cookeville, Tennessee, I will sell to the highest bidder the following described prop rty i A house and lot located In the First Civil District of Putnam County, Tennessee, being Lot No. 2 In Block No. 4 In the May and Sallie Freeze ad dition of town lota sold Sept 19, 1904; also lot No. 1 In Block No. 4 In the same subdivision. Terms of Sale: One-third, . cash balance on 6 and 12 months time, and notes with good securities required ; a lien retained tor the purchase money. This 9th day of April, 1914. W. R. CARLEN, , apr!6-4t Clerk and Master,