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Dr. G. N.GUTHRIE, Jr.
DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, TENN. TENNESSEE CENTRAL RAILROAD Cookeville Passenger Train Schedule East West No. 212:31 p.m. No. 4 1:56 a.m. No. 6 7:20 p.m. No. 1 3:16 p.m. No. 32:41 a.m. No. 56:40 a.m. W. D. rBMUSU. U. B. BBOWN FERRELL & BROWN DENTISTS . Gibson Building Up Stairs Both 'Phones Cookeville, Tenn. j. J. BOYD ERNEST H. BOYD BOYD & BOYD Lawyers COOKEVILLE, TENN. Offices on South Side of Public Square, in the Sloan Building, over Hinds' Drug Store DR. W. S. McCLAIN OSTEOPATH Office, 21 Aroade, Cookerille Telephone 184 H. S. BARNES Attorney at Law Office in the Gibson Building Home Phone 88-3 COOKEVILLE, TENN. Dr. J. P. TERRY DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed 4 Office with Dr. J. T. Moore , ALGOOD, TENN. HINDS LIVER PILLS FOR ALL UVER ILLS JSick Headache and Biliousness. We want you to try these, if you nmtnM ItfiiTn nt Aim v-.s"i a i A air lie v ci uavc, ax uui caciisc. noa or write for free sample. 36 pills for 25 cents Z.T.HINDS DRUG do. M. H. BORDEN Jeweler Repairing Watches, Clocks, Jew elry and Sewing achines a spe cialty. All work guaranteed. COOKEVLILE, TENN. 4HM I ..Auto for Hire., t J. W. DUKE I Gainesboro Phone 10, Cookeville I pljllp cen ,.in eiwy- : 1 . netWarkfiW-.Z Taf ' CO.. Cookeville Fair Aue. 27. 28. 29. 1914. Mr H. L. Moody is visiting frie: la Sparta., B. S. Minor has moved to the Eure ka Hotel. Li f. uiuem is unenng with a car buncle on his neck. Miss Bessie Brown of Nashville visf'ng Miss Linnie Davis. is Miss Miriam Quarles of Gainesboro Is visiting Miss Mary Lowe. Hugh Fitzpatrick is recovering from an attack of malarial fever. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hughes July 10, 1914, a ten-pound boy. Misses Hallie Stanton and Hughes are visiting at Sparta. Lola TiBir' -m at ay at ay at ay a hardYnTstudio FINE PHOTOGRAPHS Cookeville, Tenn. Copying, Enlarging Amateur Finishing .i . ml ml S I Miss Annie Minor, who has been sick at Hartsville, is improv'ng. Last Sunday was reported to have been the hottest day of the season, Mrs. Charles S. Martin of Birming ham, Ala., is visiting her brother, O.E, Cameron. W. F. Ensor has accepted a position in the general offices of the Ocokeville Roller Mills. J. B. West and party of Nashville passed through this city in a Hudson Six last Saturday. L. D. Holladay of near Brotherton was in town today and made the Her ald a pleasant visit. Vote for John W. Gilleni, the cripple boy, for Circuit Court Clerk. Elec tion Aug. 6, 1914. Advt. ' Martin Myers is city news gatherer for the Herald.. Give him any items you may have at any time. Miss Gertrude Whitney will leave next Tuesday for Fellsmere, Florida, here she will stay for a year. Mrs. James Vantrease of Gordons- ville visitel her sister, Mrs. S. N. Fitz Patrick, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Georgia Webb has returned from Crossville after a three weeks visit with friends and relatvies. Mra. B. M. Johnson and children are visitign at Albany, Ky., havign left for Jhat place Wednesday morning. The voters can make no mistake by electing John W. GUlem to the office of Circu't Court Clerk. Advt. The candidates for county offices are shelling the woods, rounding the votres up for the August election. There used to be a knocker on every door, but now they push a button. A push is better than a knock any time. We will close each Saturday at 2 p. m. rrom June 1 to Oct. 1. G. N. Guthrie, 3t L. B. Brown. Misses Mary Lowe and Leila Mor gan will be the guests of Miss Miriam Quarles of Gainesboro for a week or more. , Hon. C. J. Davis is nur 'ng a beau tiful carbuncle on the back of his neck and says he knows something of how' Job felt. A child of C. P. Robinson of Bloom ington was buried last week, Rev. W. W. Baxter of this city conducting the services. Mies Myrtle Bockman has returned fro mDouble Springs, where she had been visiting her granlparents for sev eral weeks. Prof. T. K. Sisk, who has been at-! tend'ng Peabody College Summer j School at Nashville, spent Sunday in Cookeville. . , If you will e'ect me Circuit and Cr'minal Court Clerk I will publish once every four months all the names of parties who ' ave money due them in th nffipp nd will sand thpm not if n rnV. and c-rst it Cl'.va rr.A -iiiat nna term and I will show you a few things that have not been seen in print. Respectfully, JOHN W. GILLEM. Election August 6, 1914. ' Advt. Mrs. R. A. Irvin and two little girls left for their home at Franklin Thurs day morning, after a two weeks visit at the Methodist parsonage. , James Anderson and w:fe came over from Oneida last Saturday, and Mrs. Anderson went to Sparta to visit her parents and other relatives. Miss Grace Ragland returned home Thursday aster visiting Misses Walton Alexander and Mary Bradshaw of Lebanon for the past two weeks. Miss Lucy Embrey returned from Johnson City Thursday, where she has been atendtng the State Normal, tak ing a course in domestic science. There will be a singing at Sycamore choolhouse Sunday afternoon, July 19, .it 2:30 o'clock. Everybody who Likes to sing should go and help. Misses Fannie Washburn, Annette Paris anr Enna Conner have returned to their homes in Nashville after a pleasant visit with Miss Retta Ensor. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, la borers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Fine for cuts, burns, bruises. Should be kept . in every nome. 25c' and 50c. . Mrs. Ladon Huddleston died today at her home near Cookeville, after a long illness. She will be buried at the Salem cemetery tomorrow afternoon. She Is survived by her husband and three children. United States Senator J. K. Shields was in Cookeville Wednesday, having stopped over to see Judge D. L. Lans den, who Is sick. Senator Sh'elds had time to meet some of his friends while in the city, and left on th enoon train for Washington. The public offices of Putnam county belong to the people. Elect John W. Gillem Circuit Court Clerk and he will publish the amount the office pays him every year. Then the people can have some idea about the office in future years. Let's give him just one term. Advt. Lost Last Monday near the square, a thoroughbred Shepherd pup about 5. months old; has been recently sheared and has dsw claw only on one hind foot; was wearing a collar. Anyone knowing his whereabouts please tell the Whitcon Hardware Co. where he is or bring him to the store on the quare where owner will identify him James Burgess died last Friday at his home in East Cookeville, and was buried m the city csmetery Saturday, Rev. W. W. Baxter conducting the ser vices. ' Mr. Burgess had been a mem ber of the Christian church for about 30 years. .For several years he was custodian of the courthouse in this city. He had been in poor health for several months. ' The union outdoor church services were inaugurated last Sunday night, when Elder S. N. Fitzpatrick preached a strong sermon to a large audience. platform for 'he singers and seats for the audience have been erected in the grove just west of the c'ty school- house and it is proposed that a union service be held there every Sunday night during the hot months, instead of in each of the churches as has been te custom. MISSIONARY INSTITUTE. j The Lebanon District Missionary In-j stitute of the Tennessee Conference Woman's Missionary Society will be held at the Methodist Thurch in Cooke ville on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 21 and 22. Let the ladies of all the different churches of the town attend these meetings men too, especially Tuesday night. Lunch served at the church Wednesday Election Commissioners Organize The recently appointed board of election commissioners for Putnam county, composed of H. D. Whitson, E. H. Boyd and Beecher Phillips, met Saturday and organized by electing H D. Whitson chairman, and E. H. Boyd secretary. Judge Whitson served one term on the board several years ago. M.r 3oyd begins ' his fourth consecu tive term. Mr. Phillips is beginning his first term. BIDS WANTED Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until Saturday, July 25, 1914, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the con struction of a brick high school dormi tory In the town of Cookeville. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of O. K. Holladay, Mayor. Right is reserved to reject any and all bids. This, July 8, 1914. O. K. Holladay, F. E. Collier, Committee. To the Members of My Sunday School Class of 1914: Existing circumstances make it im possible for me to see each member of our splendid Front Rank Bible Class, and compel me to forego the pleasure of expressirg to each my grat'tude and appreciation. You will, therefore, accept my sin cere thanks for the beautiful silver loving cup which you have just pre sented me. Far beyond the elegance of taste displayed in the beautiful gift. my heart turns to the thoughfulness, interest and Christian appreciation which your .hearts ,have be this .token expressed to me. We had a remarka ble- class in- many-respects. From January to June, as I remember, the enrollment was 117. The average at tendance was good. We spent many delightful Lord's Day mornings to gether. . You stood so bravely by my side in building sup the .class. My heart goes out to each of you in anxie ty for your Christian progress in all your future lives. As your preceptor 1 have ever tried 'o point us to "things that are higher; things that are nobler." Let us pray that genuine Christian genti ents and principles may take ever deeper hold of our hearts as each new day enriches experience until in name of our dear Mis'er aboye, wo may triumph m tninss pertaining o the Kingdom. SlncMPly end Fraternally, Willis Barter Poyi.. ..University of Tennessee.. t HEAD OF PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM I Tuition Free to Men and Women in Jj'u,i,2fe.Lib"' Arta" En"i,;eerin,r- Traveling Expenses Paid by State. :ptsscs Low. Large Faculty. Loan Funds. Fine Equipment. Self Help. r?!fflt ! .- l-aw, Micine, whaacy, Der,t.ir, Commerce. Write for Catalog. BROWN AYRtS. Prmid.nt. KaomT.ll. Y4ti DR. J. C. DAVIDSON Dr. J. C. Davidson died at the home of his sis'er, Mrs. N. L. Kirby, July 9, 1914. He was 73 years, 7 months and 11 days old. He was married to Dia narh Jackson Dec. 23, 1863, and had been a member of the Christian church for 52 yearb. He leaves a lonely wife and two sisters, N. L. Kirby and Ma- lisie Young, and a host of kindred and fr'ends to mourin his loss. Friends, weep not as though he were gone. We will meet him in the sweet bys and bye where death shall never come. His Nieco. . The name Doan's inspires confi dence Doan's Kidney Pills for kid ney ills. Doan's Ointment for 3kln itching. Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative. Sold at all drug stores. FARM FOR SALE I Yesterday is in time's graveyard. Tomorrow . is still unknown. TEACHERS Would you like to spend the cold winter months in the SUNNY SOTTTH If ro let me heln von snnirn Omental registration for the ia hleh class rms'tion. No monev down until position is secured. Schools be gin any time from Oct. to Jan. ONLY COMPETENT TEACHERS need apply. For particulars wr'te to or see, N. B. Morgan, Cookeville, Tenn. More tli in 150 voters registered at the Fir t cif.rict. - The total registration is i.e..' aver 1,000. - T. J. Foutch went to Little Rock, Ai .m.ia last week for his granddau- te:; Miss Ethel Simpson, and return- ft ALL DRUGGISTS i OR BALL'S BLOOD POISON actually million IS a"d nillllrni uf germs that xr.xir from on or two th tot undr the FUtn and Into th blood. Ar. iiseptic Salve pplit J r 'M awmy would hv WHd hoy Uw frm Ai kept the. mi'UiMis from b-in born. . iitv; a jjo, bos of th-9 fulYe rad- '-,r .-mer-gaiMi.., atk tor Dr, MtlTs AnMefc SUM, "MI It Bt Th. Ball" c .l v,-i!h her Monday.- Binton M. Johnson is on a business teiir of several eastern cities and Can a :if.n towns, and will be away for a bout three weeks. . ' A crowd of young people enjoyed ae hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. jlagle Wednesday night, a most splen did time being had by all. Mrs. R. H. Harding and little son have returned from Logansport, Ind., where they had been visiting friends and relatives for a month. ' Misses Dorcthy Ayres and Kate Stafford wore hostesses to a crowd of about forty young people last Monday night at the hme of Mr. and Mrs. R, R. Womcak. An enjoyable tlmo was had and delicious refreshments sevred.. LARGER DISCOUNT Beginning August l a discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on all elec tric light bills payed before the 10th of the month. Heretofore the discount has been only 5 per cent. F. E. COLLIER, Supt. HAPPY MOTHERHOOD Thehappinessof motherhood istooofteu checked because the mother's strength is not equal to her cares, while her unselfiah devotion neglects her own health. It is a duty of husband or friend to see that she gets the pure medicinal nourish ment in Scott's Emulsion, which is not a drug or stimulant but nature's con centrated oil-food tonic to enrich and en liven the blood, strengthen the nerves and aid the appetite. Physicians everywhere prescribe Scott's Emulsion for over worked, nervous, tired women;- it builds np and holds up their strength. Get Scott's at your nearest drug store. MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY Cleans ,,y kind of Clothing, from pair of socks to a suit or ciotnes, or vercoat, by the latest machinery. This laundry is the only one in Nashville that has machines especially for clean ing Palm Beach Suits. I will not make a canvass of, the town as I for merly did, put will come for your Laundry or .Dry .Cleaning. Shirts, plain, 10c; plaited, 13c; Collars, 2'2c L. M. MYERS' AGENCY Laundry and Dry Cleaning Headquarter at Ragland! Stor JUSTICE LURTON DIES Associate Justice H. H. Lurton of the United States pusreme court died suddenly at Atlantic City, N. J., last Sunday night. He was buried at his old home city, Clarksville, Wednesday afternoon, a large number of friends, Including many from a distance, being present. - Judge Lurton had had a notable ca- j reer. He had been a member of the state supreme court,- and United States district and circuit judge. ' Mid -Summer Excursions to TEXAS Arkansas and Louisiana July 21, Aug. 4 and 18 Low Rates. Long Limit 25 days. Stopovers at pleasure, going and re turning. Write for full information. W. G. Adams, Trav.Pass.Agent 406 Church St. Naihville, Tenn. So get busy and buy a X farm today. I have a big list for sale. Also City and Town properties. I I can help you buy worth the worth the money. BONDS-If you have to make a bond I can do the needful and save worrying your, friends. See me and let me explain why its bet ter for you. ' -Yours truly, I J. W. RICHARDSON, Agent WEEKLY LIMERICK m f. ,1, .I,.!. A T'l1 T 'VtTTTVTTTT ill 1 4. SuT'i , i 'Twai Late in Ih. Summer, and Mr. Jan., . Had lots of Fruit, but needed Fruit Caiu. j So she came to ' ! OUR ; STORE; Where we have them galore, , And now th is canning to beat the Babbit, No anned F.uit Like Home Camied Fruit! 2 They add to the pleasures of the winter and re-, J dound to the credit of the go d housewife. Get Busy while the Fruit and Cans Last BALL MASON FRUIT CANS I Smith & Davis Hard war. Co.. I COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE alii4il,4'f'il,ii'1Slia(4l,llV V JIfllaiisDmk Jl6)omansDmk - periloJp Drink , . . , " ....&$.;W34 igorously good and keenly delicious. Thirst -quenching refres i and hing. The national beverage and yours. Demand the genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. Wit $ 1 B Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta, Ca. - 1 m mm v