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ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY Su28crptln Price 25 Cents Year E. L. WIRT & SON, Publishers stand as Second Class Mail lfattar at the Post Office at Cook mil, Tenn. THURSDAY. JUNE 18, 1914. DEMOCRATIC 8TATE TICKET Election November S, 1914 Governor THOS. C.RYE . Railroad Commissioner GEO. N. WELCH Member of Congress CORDELL HULI V DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET Election Thursday, August , 1914 Judge of the Supremo Court ROBERT BURROW Sheriff . . R. L. RASH C'rcuit Court Clerk P. Y. JARED County Court Clerk W. O. WATSON . Trustee D. E. SLAGLE Register S. S. STANTON FOR REGISTER . We are authorized to announce the -candidacy of Norman Massa for re-election to the office of Register, for Putnam County, subject to the action of the voters. Election to be nelo. on August 6, 1914. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK I am an Independent candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Putnam County, subject to the action of the voters, and if elected will posi tively not ask for a second term to the office. Election Aug. 6, 1914. Re spectfully, John W. Glllem. FOR TRUSTEE We are authorized to announce the candidacy of H. D. McCulley for Trus tee of Putnam County, subject to the action of the entire voters. Elecion to be held on August 6, 1914. Hush, Little Ben; don't you cry. We're sure to lick you with Tom Rye. A HERCULEAN TASK The Nashville Banner has undertak en a herculean task in attempting to discredit or destroy every politician in the state who does not bow down and worship at the t' rone of Stahlman, or fall upon Lis face before the golden calf set up by Moses Hooper in the wilderness of Tennessee politics. Th8 Republican newspaper having controlled the Republican and Inde pendent conventions in April, under took to prophesy what the Democratic convention would do in May, and- dic tate the nomination and platform of that party. Utterly failing in both of these efforts, the Banner became mad der than the proverbial hornet." It be gan its eruption by attacking the Dem ocratic platform, declaring that docu ment did not mean what it said, but was merely a lot of buncomb promul gated by the "licker devil" for the pur pose of misleading and ensnaring e unwary good citizens of the state. Driven from this untenable position by the very language of the Democrat ic plank on the temperance question and the facts in connection with adop tion, and unable to assail the character of Thos. C. Rye, the Banner was com pelled to grab the lat straw, and at tack each and every independent lead er who took part in the great Demo cratic convention or has since an nounced allegiance to the ticket. And it is going to be eome job, fir practically all the independent leaders are back in the party of their fathers, and it will take, by careful computa tion, over one hundred years for the Banner to get around if it devotes as many words and days to each as it has to Hon. 0 K. Holladay. And then the woods are full of the boys In the trenches independents back where they belong, fighting the battles of De mocracy. There is no use in try'ng to argue with the Banner, for its owner has said he is a fool about Hooper. This being true "Who shames a scribbler? Break one cobweb through, He spins the slight, self-pleasing thread anew; . Destroy his flb, or sophistry, in vain The creature's at his dirty work again.' But perhaps Stahlman's adoration for' Hooper Is not altogether a foolish proposition, for quaint old Dryden said, "Every nch tha tls not fool, Is rogue." And that brings on more talk in another .Issue. Surely the Banner has a bear, by the tail a mighty poor hold in a political oatch-as-catch-can. John W. Gillem has announced him self as u candidate for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the expressed will of the people of Putnam county at tne August election. He is not the candi date of any parties, rings, Gangs or cliques, and is making the race strict ly on his merits as a young man of ability. Mr. Gillem Is a native of Cookeville and s well known through this entire section of tho state having been for some time a hustling travel ing man. . For i everal years be was a prominent business man of this city, while at present he Is engaged In rais ing fine exhib'tion poultry and has be come one of the leading poultry men of the state. No one will appreciate your influence and vote any more than be. BAXTER Always something do'ng in Baxter. , Mr. Thurman Harris returned from Chicago recently. Mr. Bailey Brown was seen yester day by Miss Norma King going thru Baxter on an automolever car. The Bapter girls have decided to quit going with the Baxter boys and have, taken up with Cookeville boys. The Baxter boys have employed Simon Rush with a bicycle to make dates in other towns. Mr. Cull Julian will leave the first of the month to spend the Fourth with his wife In Houston, Miss. Mr. Isaac Brown is expecting his wife in from California any time. Mr. Albert Alexander visited Baxter last Sunday with three young ladles. 1 ..Auto for Hire., f : : j. w. duke , Gainesboro Pkon. 10, Cookavill. BROTHERTON ROUTE 1 James Lee Bilbrey 1- a regular vis iter at Ben Breeden's. Wonder if Mary Atkins wants some more hot honey. Wonder If MUlard Garrett has ever carried that umbrella any more. Hazel Willett how did you enjoy yourself at Paron Sunday weewk. Guess Thurman Bilbrey Is expecting to need his dishes as he toko a good supply from his old pal. Burr Willett of near Crawford is vis iting home folks. Wonder If Verbis Richards has eat any more cherries. Roe Wilson has returned to tha farm from his visit home at Obey City. Misses Grace and Callie Breeding visited Miss Hazel Willott Thursday. All the girls got struck on the blue serge suit that came from near Oak Ridge Sunday week. Sunday school at Oak Ridge every Sunday eyening at 2 o'cIocL. Every body is cordially invited to attend. Two Chums. Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns, scalds, cuts and emergencies. All druggists sell it. 25c and 50c. BALE Is NATURE'S Disinfectant Mmm that dammsd-up Bila and meet al T.urtlia ara relisved. Mollyceddle Laxatives d. nat touch tha LIVER. PadaahrlUa (NaT Applsj Rett) doea. PoDoLax la PadaphvUla with th. grip, takaa ant. Thmn Try I SOLD BY ALL DRUGGI8T8 The ' Knoxf llle Journal and Tribune says Jeffersonlan democracy is dead, and the Memphis Commercial Appeal remarks that November 3 will be res urrection day. Gov. Rye will enforce the" temper ance laws of the state as well if not better than Gov. Hooper has. Stick a pin here. In fact, Rye was enforcing these laws In West Tennessee when Hooper was defending bootleggers in East Tennessee. Hon. L. D. Hill has been elected as chairman of the Democratic state com mittee and has opened headquarters in the Maxwell House at Nashville. The selection of Mr. Hill to this important position -was a hivh compliment to the ability and high standing of our neigh bor throughout the state. That he will carry h's( work to a successful conclusion goes without saying. During all these years of trouble in the affairs of. the Democratic party in Tennes ee the Herald has never titter ed one single harsh word against any independent. The wisdom of this course is now apparent, for nearly all of them are back in the party helping to stem the rising tide of republican ism and turn the state back into Dem ocratic hands. The course of the Her ald has had much to do with the pres ent united and harmonious condition of V e Party in Putnam county. Yet the Herald has ever faltered .in its fe alty to the Demicratic cause. O. K. Holladay is in rather an un pleasant position to say the least. He boasts, and all admit what he claims, that he led the forces that enacted the proh'bition law of 1909. He also claims, and no one disputes him, that he voted for McMillin on a local option platform in 1912. It would be Inter esting to know Oscar will reconcile his actions in the two cases. "Good Lord, good devil", will not work with the people. Crossvillc Chronicle. We hold no br'ef for Senator Holla ' day he is a good lawyer himself but will- say positively that he did not vote for McMillin in 1912. The Chron icle knows this, or should know it, for Mr. Holladay so stated In a letter to the daily newspapers. Oscar does not have to do any reconciling of his rec ord on the temperance question., How are you, Mr. Chronicle, going to recon cile your statement with the truth? In plain English, "Lord Angus, thou hast lied." . Boils Biliousness Malaria Constipation Are You Troubled? Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Perhaps this case may be similar to yours J. Vests Tillw of (Box 673.) Ssmo. CoL, write Gentlemen: "It gives me much pleasure to be able to send yon a testimonial, it by it reaching; some aafferer your medicine! will doas much for him aa they have for me. At the age of fourteen I was troubled a great deal with malariaand biliousness, accompanied with the worst sort of large boils. 1 was persuaded by my parents, who have always been strong; believers in Dr. Pierce's remedies, to try the Golden Medical Discovery. 1 took one bottle and the boils all dis appeared, but I did not stop at one bottle, I took three and tha malaria all left me and I have had no mora boils to this day, t hunks to the 'Goluen Medical Discovery' for my relief. "Following an operation for appendicitis two Mars fro I was troubled very much with constipation and I have been trying Tr. Pierce's Pleasant Purtrativa Pellets and they have rid me of the troublesome gas and have aided me in conquer ing the whole trouble; thanks again for the 'Pelleta' and for the advice I have obtained from The People's Common Sense If edicai Adviser." Send only 31 cents for this loud page book. for over forty years has been lending its aid to just such cases as this. In our possession we have thou sands of testimonials of like character. Perhaps you are skeptical, but isn't it worth at least a trial in view of such strong testimony? Isnt it reason able to suppose that if it has done so much for others it can do as much for you ? Tour druggist will supply yon In liquid or tablet form, or you can aend 60 one-cent stamps for a trial box. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, . T. I . Any roof that will last 27 years and is still in good condition I is well worth looking into. I That's the record behind There are thousands of hnnnsa nil n n,it.., . . ww wuiiwj, moil j VI tnem in this state, from the owners of which this statement can be verified. 4 For Sals by W. M. SMOOT, Cookeville, Tenn. OLD FOLKS FIND NEW REMEDY RELIEVES ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES Drives Rheumatic Pains Away, Relieves Backache and Blad der Disorders After A Few Doses Are Taken Tells Others How to Get Strong and Well. Mrs. W. "W. Lake of Aberdeen, Miss., says: "The grlpie had left me . in a weak, rundown condition from which I suffered for some time. I :ried different remedies but nothing seemed 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, and I am glad to recom mend Vinol to others who suffer as I Hid." Mrs. Lake's recovery was due to the combined action of the medicinal elements extracted from cods' livers combined with the blood making ' and strength creating properties of tonic iron, which ' are contained In Vinol, and her cough disappeared as a natural result We guarantee that Vinol will do all We claim and will pay back youi money if Vinol does not satisfy you Z. T. Hlkvis Drag O. Ceekrrtlls, Tana. Sleep disturbing blauJer weak nesses, backache, r'.isumalisin, and the many other kindred ailments which so commonly come with declin ing yeais, need no longer be'a source of dread and misery to those vvlio arc past the r.id(J!e aire of Ills. The new discovery, Cioxone, over comes nil such di3o:i;rs because it re moves 'th 2 very ccuie of the trouble. It soaks ri&ht into thc.'hliacyj, through the v.-a'as and lir.ir.jrs:; cleans cut the little filtering !ar.!3 r.r.d cells, and gives the kidneys ucw.strcr.gth to do their work properly. It neutralizes and dissolves the poisonous uric acid substances that lodge in the joints and muscles, causing rheumatism; and makes the kidneys filter and sift out all the. poisonous waste matter from the blood and drive it out of the system. It matters not how old you are or how long you have suffered, Croxone is so prepared that it is practically impossible to take it into the human system without results. You will find it different from all other remedies. There is nothing else on earth like it. It starts to work immediately and more than a few doses are sel dom required to relieve even the n.OLt chrcrrc, cVf'nate cases:" It is the rr.03t wonderful remedy Uwer made lor restoring tne nteiesa W . . . 1 1.1- A L 1- I organs to neami aim sucugui aim ridding the system of every particle of uric acid, and you can take : : with the utmost confidence that nothing on earth will so quickly cure such conditions. ' You can obtain an original pack age of Croxone at trifling cost from any first-class druggist. All druggists are authorized to personally return the purchase price if Croxone should! fail in a single case, COOKEVILLE ROUTE 9 We are having some rainy vrei-ther at present. That was all a mistake In the Hrald last week about having a dlnaer on the ground at Lee Seminary June 21. They are going tohave a rally but will not bring any dinner. Miss Emma Carr has gone back to Fred White's to stay. Come on Mollie Dahuff with your letters, as I do enjoy reading them, so much. I sure would like to vis't you while you are In Monterey, but don't guess I can. Possibly I can come to Nashville some time to see you, but I dont want to go for what 1 went the other time. . It has been a little over six months since I was operated on. There surely were some good people down there, and I met with some very clever strangers. Cutting wheat and oats is the order of the day. Little Shelah Officer, how are you. You and your mama must come back again and stay longer. Maudie Gibson, tell Burchie hello for me and that I would like to see her, as she was my schoolmate. Sunday school at Lee Seminary is progressing nicely. Martha Lee what have you been do ing these hot days. When are you and auntie coming down. I would like to see you walk the sheet again. Ann Brown how are you liking to be a telephone operator. Come on Uncle Matt Judd with your letters, even though you have no saop or ciotnes. Neaomla Lee. Cookeville Bank Cookeville, Tenn. This Bank U under tit Suparvisioa of the Stat Banking Dapartmaat SAFE SOUND CONSERVATIVE $150,000 Bond To Secure Depositors from Any Loss Whatever Will Appreciate Your Banking Business Whether Large or Small w. B. SMITH, Pres. A. A. STALEY, Cashier T. L. JOHNSON, Vice Pres. Judge D. L. Lan3den .T. J. Gregory A. A. Staley DIRECTORS 10. H. Rickman Worth Bryant E. Dorman W. B,t Smith , , Thos. Finley T. L. JoKnson ' I i Real Estate Is a valuable asset. Have you a Home or a farm? Let us sell you one today. We have a large list to choose from. We have prop erty for sale in the following counties: Da-vicson,-Williamson, Maury, Robertson, Put nam, Jackson, Overton, Fentress and Cum berland. Surely we can suit you. ' For a quick sale we offer the best built little home in Algood, a beauty, and a bargain for $1,000.00. Write for particulars or let us show you the place. See us if you are in the market for real.estate of any kind, anywhere. Upper Cumberland Realty Co., Inc. i COOKEVILLE ROUTE 9 Ila, did you get home Sunday even ing all right. Shepherd Palk, I thought you were coming uu here Sunday. - Miss Ila Carr spent Friday night with the writer. Lonesome Kids of Double Springs. Wesley and I have planted our fater melons. Come up and we will divide w'th you, for I am sure you have not had any since last summer. Maudie, your letter was good. Write gain. Tell Birch' e I would like for her to be here to bo to church with me. , ' . Alice Palk. No. 2291 NON-RESIDENT NOTICE In Chancery Court at Cookeville. Tenn. Geo. W. Medley et al vs. Harvey Jared et al. It appearing from the amended bill filed in this cause, which is sworn to, that the defendants Fannie May Card- well and Lh H. Cardwell are non-resi dents of t" e State of Tennessee, and cannot be served with the ordinary process of law: It is ordered that said defendants enter their appearance herein, before the Clerk and Master, at his office in the Courthouse in Cookeville, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in Aug ust, next, and plead, answer, or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them, and set for hearing ex parte; andthat a copy of this order be yublished for four consecutive weeks in the Putnam County Herald, a newspaper published in Cookeville, Tenn. This 18th day of June, 1914. fl W. R. CARLEN, Clerk and Master. J. B. Thompson, Solicitor for Com plainant. junl8-4t T. C. McCAMPBELL", President E. Nashville, Tenn. T. BRANTLEY BOYD, Treasurer J. D. Nashville, Tenn. B. BOYD, Vice President X Springfield, Tenn. VAN H0OSER, Secretary Cookeville, Tenn. CCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o 8 o 8 Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, BKy. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught saved my little girl's li'e. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no mort trouble. I shall never be without o 8 O o o o o o o o o o SlUeK-toAIUilnl! in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, GaA ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, i reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. O If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Bladc Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five pr years ot splendid succtss proves its value. Good lor id young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. 3 Equals 25 A startling statement but a true one in this case. One teaspoonful 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 are I If you don't believe it, try it out! Buy, today, a can of DpA TVpa STOCK & POULTRY sD.lcc MEDICINE . CkiafM M htm tsic Mains K iMak-pnfackf. Write fori trial packiM of Bee Dee STOCK 1 POULTRY MEDICINC also our 32 page, illustra ted book, fully explaining its uses. Address : Bee Dee Stock Medicine Company, Chattanooga. Team, 25c, soc and $1. per can. , At your deader!. P. B . S Excessive URIC ACID Conquered i " SO Cent Lottie (22 Doses) Just bemuse y n ftnrt tho diy worried ami tired, Htilf lii:s n il asr.ua ami mum lea, on nrlitiis; lieii-l, burnl tjj netl beiirlng down linliiM in the buck, worn out. before tlie dny begins, do not think you liuve to Ktuy la Unit condition. He strong, well nnrt vigorous, with no more putn from ntlff joints,' hre uiiiHcles, rheumatic guuerlng, lulling back or kidney dlHcBHe. For wny form of blndder trouble or weak ness ItK action Is really, wonderful. Tuoxe Hiiflererg who are In iitid out of bed half a dozen timed a niifht will appreciate the rest, comfort and strength this treatment gives. To prove the Williams Treatment con quers k! ' ami bl.ulder dlxeaxe, rheu matism a...i .ill uric acid troubles, no mat ter how (l-.roi.4o or stubborn, if you have never used the Williams Treatment, we will plve one 6tK- bottle (:t2 doses) free if you will cut out this notb-e and send It with your name and address, with 10o to help pay distribution expenses, t The Dr. D. A. Williams Company, Kept. 6164, P. O. Bldg., East Hampton, Conn. Send at once and you will receive by parcel post n regular 60c bottle, without charo and without Incur ring any -' ufc-atloi: J:ie bottle only to aa address. ' There has ever been that sense of supreme duty to loved ones who have passed away. ' Death of those who are dear has caused a desire on the part of the bereaved toerectaflt 1 ting memorial to the spirit that once was loved and cherished. When illustrous people die ' in this country, their lives are commemorated by monuments made from the best Tennessee ' ' and Georgia marble, states where mere marble is produced than anywhere else in the Union. ' Where will you seek to secure a fitting memorial for your departed loved one? Have you ' not the same desire to do to that people havchad for all ages? You must have, for it is a ' natural sentiment of maa. ' The Harriman Granite and Marble Works, Harriman, Tenn., Is one of the best equipped ' monumental factories to be found in the state. Our many advantages in Asking lower ' prices than our competitors Is due to the fact that our shipping rates are cneaper than oth ' ers, beinn closer to the great marble quarries, and our work all being done ti' machinery. ' We guarantee every monument we build to be of first clasa marble or granfte, (Jle ssones to ' ' flawless, and no sandstone bases put off on you at marble prices. . , ' The work will be perfect, because perfection is the standard of this great stone cutting center. We build from fl 'teen different kinds of marble and granite, and hsvj ever five 1 hundred different designs, all of the very latest, to select from. When in the market for any kind of monument or tombstone made of marble or granite, communicate with us, or 1 call on or address our representative, L. B. HATFIELD, ALGOOD, TENN., who will be to ' see you and show you the most beautiful and up-to-date line of monumental work that baa ' ever been shown in this section of the country. Harriman Granite and Marble Works HARRIMAN, TENN. jun4-4 ! ? !