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Dr. G. N.GUTHRIE, Jr.
DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stain I'hone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, TENN. TENNJESSEE CENTRAL RAILROAD Cookeville Passenger Train Schedule East West No. 212:31 p.m. I ( No. 13:16 p.m. No. 4 1:56 a.m. j No. 32:41 a.m. No. 6 7:20 p.m. No, 56.40 p.m. w. d. nuEix L. B. BROWN FERRELL & BROWN DENTISTS Gibson Building Up Stairs Both 'Phones Cookeville.Tenn. 1. I. BOYD ERNEST H. BOYD - BOYD & BOYD Lawyers COOKEVILLE, TENN. Office on South Sid. of Public Square, In tka Sloan Building, over Hinds' Drue Store DR. W. S. McCLAIN OSTEOPATH Of fie, 21 Aroade, Cookeville Telephone 184 Cookeville Fair Aug. 27. 28. 29. 1914. Mrs. H. M. Mackie is very sick. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Luke Shanks, a girl. W. F. Ensor and family nuve been visiting near Gentry. Mrs. Robert Moscrip returned to her home in Wilder Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Martin returned Sunday from Murfreesboro. ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wirt on June 9, 1914, a ten pound girl. H. S BARNES Attorney at Law Office in the Gibson Building Borne Phone 88-3 . COOKEVILLE, TENN. Dr. J. P. TERRY DENTIST All Work is Full; Guaranteed Office with Dr. J. T. Moore ALGOOD, TENN. M.H. BORDEN Jeweler Repairing Watches, Clocks. Jew elry and sewing achmes a spe cialty. All work guaranteed. COOKEVLILE, TENN. 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. Blue Lodge No. 266, meets third Saturday night in each month. All are requested to at tend. W. B. SMITH, W.M. Cookeville Chapter No. 112, meets second Wednesday night in each mo. All companions are requested to come. F. R. PENDERGRASS, H.P. CookevilleCiapter, Order of the East ern Star meets the second Tuesday In each month. Miss May Freeze, W.M. MAKES BACKACHE QUICKLYDISAPPEAR A Few Dotes 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 its heart " wrenching pains, for the new discov 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 1 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.1 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 buffered, 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 teystem 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 tuse it If you suffer with pains in your fcack and sides, 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 eost from any first-class druggist All druggists are authorized to per sonally return the purchase, pries f it fails in a single cases Buy home-made candy from A. Wirt at Borden's, north side square. Mrs. R. B. Capshaw is spending a few days at Red Boiling Springs Clancory court will convene next Monday i.. .-. legmar June term John VanHco3er of Memphis is here for a few diyc visit with home folks Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reed of McMinn ville are visiting in Cookeville this week. W. M. Davis has returned from a trip to Texas, Oklahoma and other western states. Marshall Ditty and H. C. Bockman of Buffalo Valley Route 1 were here on Monday. WeWitt Morgan came up from Nash ville Suuday night and is spending the week here. H. T. Whitson is on a business trip to eastern cities for the Whitson Bros. Lumber Co. MT3. Betty Brown of Route sends the Herald to J. F. Graham of Talihina, Oklai, for a year. Mrs. B. B. Jared returned to Nash vlllo Wednssday morning, after visit ing here for two week. Mrs. Dovle Wilson and children of Texas are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rhea of White county. MrsHerbert Carton visited her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray, at Mon terey the first of the week. Mr.rtlu Myers returned from Fcrrest City, Ark., ' Saturday night, after an absence of several mouths. Mrs. Comer Moore and children vis ited Mr. Mooro's mother, Mrs. W. Shockley, at Sparta last week. f Mrs. I. P.. Judd and children will soon move to Masnviue to join Mr. Judd, who. has a position there. Matinee at the Hipp Saturday after noon 2:30 to 5. Good enow every nictt in the week except Sunday. 1 Miss Vaillo Morgan returned Mon day from Allapaha, Ga., where she has been teaching school for several past months. Wake bp your liver. A lazy liver brings on the worst of diseases. Take LIV-VER-LAX now. Z. T. Hinds Drug Co. Misses Maggie May and Ellen Roe Payne of Rlddleton are visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Chilcutt. . Dr. W. S. McClain returned from i Nashville last week and will spend the Mrs. Lucicn Clark and children came down from Davidson Monday. Mrs. Clark went on to Nashville, where her oldest daughter, Gladys, will graduate this week. The children are guests of their grandfather, Dr. L. R. McClain. j ere vvnitson nas returned from a trip to Georgia, where he had been w'th Gov. Hooper and a party to inves t'gate the system of building roads by convict labor. Mr. Whitson reports a pleasant trip and is enthusiastic in sup port of the plan. Possibly a force of conv'cts may be put to work in Put nam county this summer as an experi ment, looking toward the general adop tion of the system for Tennessee. LIV-VER-LAX tones up the system, stimulates the liver to work in harmo ny with the other organs. Guaranteed t ogive satisfaction. Z. T. Hinds Drug Co. PRIMARY SCHOOL FACULTY Prof. M. N. Carlisle of Miss ssippi has been elected principal of the city primary school. The other members of the faculty aro Mrs. J. M. Hatfield, Misses Molly Mooneyham, Lorelle Ad cock, Bessie and Lei a Alcorn and Mag gle Dav . Farm and Sawmill for Sale A splendid 200 acre farm located on Flynn's CreeK in Jackson county is for sale. Also a good steam sawmill out fit. Both offered at a bargain. Call on or write to VIOLA LEWIS. Exectrix J. S. Lewis, deceased. 4t Cookeville, Tenn., R. 9 NOTICE TO LOCALS The County Union will meet in call ed session at Salem, two and one-half miles south of Cookeville. Saturtlav June 27, 1914.. Every local is expected to be well represented, as there will be some questions up at this meeting of vital importance to each local. Please eend agood delegation as we want each local represented at this meeting. J. N. KING, President. B. C. HUDDLESTON, Secretary. bUUKeVILLE TRAVELING MENS ASSOCIATION The above named organization is de velopng Into a real live wire, and is fast getting into shape to do real work it is officered as follows : G. C. Davis, President; B. M. Johnson, Vice President. E. F. Neal, Secretary-Treasurer. The organization embodies all the commercial interests of Cookeville and Putnam county and is reaching for all men of all professions in the city and county, it is tne intention of its mem oers to mprove civic welfare as well as commercial activ'ty. a large room has been leased in tha Arcade Building, which will be fittingly iuimaeu, ana a permanent exhibit of me rpoducts of this section will h maintained. All traveling men ar invited t iu these headquarters freely when in the city. Cookeville is the logical Sunday siop-over piace ror traveling men, and they will alway- be given cordial welcome here. At an interesting meetine- held laar aaturaay nignt the plans and nurrwwM of the ogranization were discussed and aoout twenty new members secured. i.et the good work go on. LONE OAK To my many friends and relative wno are readers of the Herald: come to the washtub with one cake of soap and a few clothes. I have not been a reader of the Herald for nearly 12 months on account of very noor neaitn. Sunday school is progressing nicely. summer here. He has an office in the with precahing every second Sunday Z. T. It t'.ds LIV-VER-LAX. liver. Drug Co. knows about You need It for your Arcade Building. The brickwork for J. W. Welch's new bungalow at Monterey is nearly done, and the i.pinshing work will bo pushed to early completion. The government June crop estimate places the wheat yield of the country this yoar at 900,000,000 bushels, the largest over produced. Sunday will be chlldrens' day at the Methodist church, and quite an elabor ate program has been arranged for the entertainment of the little .oiks. J. C. Byers Of Kinta, Okla., is spend ing a few days with friends in this section. Mr. Byers lived 'n Cookeville for several years ar-d has many friends In this city. Coran P. and Hulon J. Capshaw re turned from New York Tuesday to spend the summer vacation. Both are students In the law department of Co lumbia University. Martin Myers has taken the agency for the Model Steam Laundry and will collect what you want done in laundry or dry cleaning. Headquarters at W. H. Ragland's store. The congregation of the Methodist church at Monterey are preparing to build a handcome brick place of wor ship, most of tho material already be ing on tu. premises. WANTED Lady- in every town to sell toilet articles. Good pay. MAGICAL BEAUTY CO., tf Cookeville, Tenn. Miss Marie White arrived Sunday from Boston, whore she is in school, and will spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred White of Mildred Farm. An examination will be held at the Cookeville post office on July 11,' 1914, for the purpose of supplying a rural carrier for Baxter. Full particulars will be given in the Herald naxt week. Charlie Matlock was here the la t of the week meeting friends. Charlie has been In Birmingham, Ala., for sev eral years and has a good position in a large department store. He left for home Monday, going via Rockwood. Herman Staggs, a well known travel ing man, and Miss Lee Bass, who is al so well known here, were married at the home of the Christian minister at BurkesvJ.lle, Ky., last Saturday night Livingston Golden Age. at 11 o'clock by Rev. Winfield Stone The decoration at Boma and Baxter and the graveyards between the two places was a pleasant time, both Gray and Blue marching together, seeming to De in perrect love and harmony. As I was not able to walk through, a good Confederate soldier brought his buggy ana carried me through The graves were nicely decorated. The memorial sermon was delivered by the writer at Baxter at 11 o'clock. A fine sermon was delivered at 2:30 by Kev. Calvin Stewart, a son of Rev. J.M Stewart of Boma. The singing was very good, and the whole services very nice. I received two nice birthday pres ents, one from Rev. Wh'tley Stone of Baxter, and ono from Miss Viney Sim mons of Scottsville, Ky. Also four birthday card.s, which were appreciat ed very much. The hog's jowl and suit of dlothes were like Jack's supper missing, in these hard times. Success to the editor of the Herald and its many readers. Let me hear from you all. Rev. M. Judd. DOUBLE SPRINGS - Mrs. John Tucker is on the sick list. Uncle Willie Steakley Is no better. Mr. Robert McBroom and Miss An nie Gamble were married Sunday. Singing school is going on in this place w'th a large crowd atteding. The singing school closes Thursday night, June 11, with an entertainment and beauty cotes. Misses Nettie Smith and Ilia Carr spent Friday night with Bula Ligon. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pendergrass of Cookeville visited Mr. and Mrs. Der wood Brown Sunday. Alice Palk and Wesley Roberts how are you all getting along planting watermelons. Miss Myrtle Bockman is in Double Springs. ' Jim Brown and wife were here Sun day. Lonesome Kids. CARDS WANTEED I want a shower of birthday cards from all my friends and Herald read ers. June 21 is my birthday. LILLIAN ISOM, Cookeville, Tenn., R. 6, Box 13. "I suffered habitually from consti pation. Doan'e Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that they bave been regular ever since. E. Davis, Grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. Ninety something in the shade and getting hotter every day. Mt. View Lodge, No. 179, I.O.O.F., held a splendid meeting on June 6th, 1914, u A. Copeland, N. G., presiding. with some 40 brothers In attendance. A great deal of routine business was disposed of. Bro. Dank Garrison was reported as not doing so well as last week. Bro. J. U. York seems to be declining grad ually. Bro. D. C. Gossage sends no word as to his condition. The usual benefit orders were made. Bros. M. L. Farris and J. E. Wright were duly instructed in the Third de gree. The memorial and decoration servic es will be held at the Cookeville cem etery on the afternoon of Sunday, the 14th inst. All brothers should attend The election of officers resulted as follows : W. H. Barr, N. G. W. O. Watson, V. G. L. R. McClain, Secretary. B. C. West, Treasurer. Installation first meeting In Julv. at which time every member should be entitled to the S. A. P. W. vWith a lit tle effort on the part of each his can be accomplished. CARD OF THANKS To all the good people who have been so kind to my father and myself in our misfortune I want to express my thanks, and to those old Sunday school people in the west who wrote me such kind letters, I want to say they surely helped me to bear my heavy burdens. We are at home now and will be glad to have all our good friends to come and see us. MRS. MARY TAYLOR m Mil 0 Makes Home-Baking Successful and Pure EasybJ BYERS Death who knocks with equal hand at the door of cottage and palace gate visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Am on Byers May 28 and took from them their sweet little babe, aged 15 months. Little Bernkse was sick but a short time. Everything that loving bands could do was done for her, but God took her. In his all-seeing power and plan he had a nobler service for her to render in his kingdom than she could have rendered here on earth. M. J. B. RHEUMATISM ARRESTED Many people suffer the tortures ol lame muscles and stiffened joints because or. impurities in tbe blood, and each suc ceeding attack seems more acute until rheumatism has invaded the whole system, To arrest rheumatism it is quite as im portant to improve your general health a to purity your blood, and the cod liver oil in Scott's Emulsion is nature '8 great blood- maker, while its medicinal nourishment strengthens the organs to expel the impurities and upbuild your strength. Scott's Emulsion is helping thousands every day who could not find other relief. Refuse the alcoholic substitutes. Senatorial Convention A delegated convention of the counties composing the Tenth Senatorial District is hereby called to meet at Livingston, Tenn., on Thursday, August 27, 1914, for the purpose of nomi nating a Democratic candidate for State Senator for said dis trict. This June 1, 1914. W. R. OFFICER, Chairman; C. J. CULLOM, Secretary; L. T. SMITH, BEN GROCE, FRANK KYLE, GEO. W. FLYNN, J. N. COX, Committee. DR. BELL'S BLOOD POISON actually mHllont IS "nd millions of germs that grow from one or two that gut under tho akin and into lb blood. Antiseptic Salve applied rleht awar would have killed than tew forme ana kept these millioni from being born, a bare a 25c. box of thii salve read? for emer fanctes, ask lor Dr. Bttt's Antiitrtic Sah. "Tail It Br The B.1T SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS DMGER AFTER GRIPPE Lies in Poor Blood, Cough and Worn-Out Condition. Grippe, pleurisy, pneumonia are greatly to be feared at tnis season. To prevent grippe from being fol lowed by either pleurisy or pneumo nia, it is important to drive the last traces of it out of the system. Our advice is to take Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron prepara tion without oiL and get your strength and vitality back quickly. W. W. Lake of Aberdeen, Miss., says: Grippe left me wean, run-aowii and with a severe cough from which suffered for a long time. I tried different remedies, but nothing seem ed to do me any good until I took Vinol from which I received great benefit. My cough is almost entirely gone and I am strong and well again." Try Vinol with the certainty tnat If it does not benefit you we will give back your money. T. Hinds Drag Co., Cookeville, Tenn. T T SN 7 7 fT HOME IRON FENCE will protect and beautify your Home or Cemetery Lot - Over 100 Styles; Cheaper than Wood and Last a Lifetime SOLD BY L. B. HATFIELD Algood, Tenn. PLAIN DEALING, LA. As I have never seen any , news from this pr.rt of the country 'I will say a few words. My family and my self like this country fine. The prin ciple crops here are cotton and corn. I I've in 7 miles of Red River. This Is a great country for a poor man to get a start. As others have asked for a shower of birthday cards and a- I will be sweet 40 the 14th of June, I would en Joy reading a card from evory Herald reader and will show my appreciation by answering each. w. L. Scott. 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