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DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, - TENN. W. O. FEBBELL U . BROWN FERRELL & BROWN DENTISTS ' Gibson Building Up Stairs Both 'Phones Cookeville, Tenn. J. J. BOYD ERNEST H. BOYD BOYD & BOYD Lawyers COOKEVILLE, TENN. ' Office on South Side of Public Square. In the Sloan Building, over Hinds' Drug Store DR. W. S. McCLAIN OSTEOPATH Office, 21 Arcade, Cookeville Telephone 184 H. S. BARNES Attorney at Law Office in the Gibson Building Home Phone 88-3 COOKEVILLE, TENN. Dr. J. P. TERRY DENTIST AH Work is Fully Guaranteed Office with Dr. J. T. Moore ' ALGOOD, 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. M. H. BORDEN Jeweler Repairing Watches, Clocks. Jew elry and Sewing achines a spe cialty. All work guaranteed. COOKEVLILE, TENN. ..Auto for Hire.. I J. W. DLJKE t Gainesboro Phone 10, Cookeville HARDING STUDIO FINE PHOTOGRAPHS Cookeville, Tenn. ANSCO CAMERAS and FILMS Copying, Enlarging Amateur Finishing LARGER DISCOUNT Beginning August 1 a discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on all elec tric light bills payed bpfore the 10th of the month. Heretofore the discount has been only 5 per cent. V, E. COLLIER, Supt.' i If you Will o eci, jne Circuit and . Cr'minril Couit Clerk I will publish . -once every Jour months all the names of parlies w.i. ' eve money due them In tils o-lce and w ill send them notice to call and pet it. Give me just one term anu I will show you a few things ihnt hae not ben seen in print. Respectfully, i JOHN W. GILLEM. Election Aucrust 6, 1914; Advt. MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY 'Plean ...v kind of Clothing, from a pair of io'i to a suit of clothe-;, or vercoat, by the latest machinery. This laundry In 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, but will come for your Laundrv or .Dry .Cleaning. Shirts, iplaln, 10c; plaited, 13c; Collars, 2!4o L.M. MYERS' AGENCY Laundry and Dry Cleaning Headquarter at Ragland'aS'.ore TENNESSEE CENTRAL RAILROAD Cookeville Pasienger 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. S 6:40 a.m. Cookeville Fair Aug. 27. 28. 29. 1914. Born to Mr. and Mn. Van Maynard, a girl. Mrs. Asbury Terry is visiting in Al good this week. Fred Gibbs has visit at Willette. returned from a R. L. Farley made a business trip to Nashville yesterday. R. P. Morgan is remodeling and en larg'ng bis residence. Wanted 12 gallons of plums by Mrs. J. C. Barnes. Damson Henry Gaidenhire of Carthage .was here on business last week. Miss Nell McCluen is visiting her sister at Harriman this week. Mrs. S. B. Anderson is slowly re covering from a serious illness. Charles Hinds went to Harriman Saturday and returned Sunday. No union services were held Sunday night on account of rain. last Sam Crawford of Gainesboro was in t' e c'ty Wednesday on business. Frank C. Maxwell went to Gaines boro on business last Thursday. Felix A. Brown was in Dayton last Frday and Saturday on business. Miss Bessie Lee Hester of Cedar Hill is visiting Miss Susan Tinnon. J. A. Hamilton and Donald Russell are back from 'heir trip to Elora. If it is a baiber work you' want done, go to Rawley's shop, near depot Prof. S. Houston Proflitt and family are visiting in White county this week. W. E. Ragland has purchased the farm of Landon Huddleston east of town.. ..Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roe Bock man, at Double Springs, July 29, 1914, a boy. Misses Rettie and Naomi Ensor are visiting 'n the lower end of the county. L. W. Wilmore and family have returned from a visit to Red Boiling Springs. Miss Myrtle Maddux Is able t be out again after an illness of several months. Rev. J. F. Tinnon is helping in a meeting at McFerrin'c Chapel, above Algood, this week. G. W. Flatt of Jackson County, was in the city today and made the Her ald a pleasant call. Austr'a has declared war upon Ser via and It is prabable that a general Europear war may result. Good show at the Hipp every nigth during the ueek and special matinee each Saturday afternoon. Circuit court met Monday, set a number of cases for next week and ad journed till next Monday. 8. Hayden Young has improved his dwelling by putting on a new roof, and building a new front porch. Lost Deep red, natural muley hei fer; will calve about Aug, 1. Notify C. R. Howell, Baxter, R. 2. Capt. W. A. Crawford. of near Ash land city was here yesterday on busi ness and visiting friends. ' Jim Stamps has returned from Nash ville where 1 e has been employed as a brick mason for some time. Miss Annie Minor has returned from Nashville and Hartsville after visiting there for the past few months. Mis Ilettie Tipton of the Odd Fel lows Heine at Clarksville is visiting Mrs. I. W. McCluen this week. Kate and Mary Isbell havejdlst College at Siloam Springs. Ark., M H'.'S rr'i'rned from rradparents at a visit with Laurel Hill., their , Mrs.' Tabba Sayle of Nashville, who has been visiting her niece, Mrs. A. M. Gibbs, is visiting in Watertown. The prospect ' now Is that the best crop of corn ever grown in Putnam county will be gathered this fall. ' The new store building of H. M. Mac kie on west Main Street just beyond the city limits, is nearly finishel. Hand or telephone any news items that you may have to Martin Myers, the news gatherer for the Herald. Rev. A. J, Hodgin o fNorth Carolina will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Charles Hinds and Earl Moore went to Gainesboro on business last Thursday in Mr. Hinds' roadster. It is a pleasure to attend the picture show now fans have been put In and it Is so cool and comfortable there. The Salem and Lone Oak baseball teams played an Interesting game last Saturday, Salem winning by a score of 5 to 4. Prof. T. K. Sisk has returned from Nashville, where he has been attend ing the summer school of Peabody Normal. Vote for John W. Gillem, the cripple boy, for Circuit Court Clerk. Elec tion Aug. 6, 1914. Advt. J. M. Morgan has finished drilling a well for W. H. Johnston, getting a strong flow of fine water at a depth of 80 feet. The Putnam Overall Mfg. Co. has finished the addition to its building, and s using it for a warehouse for finished goods. Mrs. C. B. Byrne of Fort Worth, Texas, arrived last Thursday for a visit witn borne folks, Prof. S. B. Yeargan and family. Oliver Bussell and Miss Tina How ell were married last Sunday, near Cane Creek, Esq. R. B. Terry per forming 'the ceremony. We have a supply of six-inch well ca.-ing for saie. Shop next door to J. L, Lee's grocery store. J. M. Anderson Plumbing Co. We call special attention to the half-page advertisement of John W. Gillem in this Issue and ask all t read it carefully. It will interest you. J. W. 'Chilcutt has opened a barber -hop in the Capshaw building on the southwest corner of the square, and will be pleased to wait on his friends. The Cookeville Roller Mills are pre paring to build a large elevator on the sidetrack near the mill. This will be a great convenience in handling grain. 1 The Cookeville boys will go to Gros'sville Friday and play a game of baseball. They have a strong team and so has Crossville, insuring a close game. Several ' bids for building the high school dormitory were received and opened by the Board of Mayor and Al dermen Tuesday. All bids were re jected. Why not vote for John W. Gillem for Circuit Clerk. He is qualified to fill the office, is a cripple and a poor man, and has no home; so help him Just one time- Advt. A revival meeting is being held at Cane Creek this week, codnucted by Revs. Wylie Gentry and Winfield Stone-. Large crowds are attending and much good is being done. Rev. W. W. Baxter and family and Rev. Fount Smith have returned from the Presbyterian Conference at Ovoca, They report a great meeting, large attendande and intense interest. The old f or in the com thouse is being taken out and a new concrete floor laid. J. M. Anderson has the con tract, and the work is being done un der the direction of Esq! J. R. Douglass Mr. and Mrs. J .F. Roberts and lit tle daughter left today for their home after spending two weeks visiting in this section. They have been in Texas eight years and are doing well on a good farm. G. W. Flatt of near Flynn's Lick was a visitor at the Herald office on Thursday afternoon, in company with A. , C. Whitefleld ef Granville. Mr. Flatt is a man after our own heart a true Democrat. Prof. M. S. Hatfield has been elected principal of the public school at Oak- dale, and will have five assistants in the work. -Mr. Hatfield is a successful teacher, and we are confident will give com plete satisraction in Oakdale. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ryan of Baxter jwere iij town today. Mr. Ryan has ' been elected Dresidehr of the Metho- and will leave for them in n few dnvs His family will remain in Baxter un til about Sept. 1. R. J. Cunningham and family have moved to Jellico. Mr, Cunningham has been foreman, inHhe factory of the Putnam Overall Mfg. Co., for some time. 'He'" succeeded by Dave High as cutter, and Q. X. Johnson will have charge of the machines. H. V. Carr has just finished building the new res'dence of Norman Massa on Dixie Avenue. The building Is a handsome eight room bungalow, and is an added ornament to this splendid residence street. Mr. Mass ahas mov ed his f am'ly Into their new home. "Generally debilitated -for. years. Had sick headache, lacked ambition, was worn out and all run dewn. Bur dock Blood Bitters made me a well wo man." Mrs. CLtvs. Freltoy, Moosup. Conn. Miss Nannie Ragland will return home Friday after a visit for the past three months with her sister Mrs. J. W. Whittenton, at Forest City, Ark. Mrs. Whittenton, husband and daugh ter' are coming with her for a visit with parents and relatives here and at Gainesboro. I ,. Mrs. H. L. Moody entertained quite a number of her friends Thursday night of last week. Rook and music were enjoyed by all and at a late hour a delicious ice course was served. Ev erybody enjoyed "the evening immence ly and voted Mrs. Moody a splendid entertainer. Will C. Dietz of Cincinnati is here to spend the summer with his brother S. M. Dietz. Mr. Dietz is a printer of long experience and has been employ- e das a linotype operator in Binghamp ton, N. Y., for some" time. His health not being good he concluded to spend the summer in this section. Vote for John W. Gillem, the crip ple boy, for Circuit and Criminal Clerk. He certainly needs the office and will discharge the duties of it faithfully and honestly, and will send every man a notice to come and get his money as sooa as it ispaid into the office. Advt. Mrs. Viola Lewis died at her home three n.iles west of Cookevillo last Friday. Her death was peculiarly sad in that ner husband J- S. Lewis, "died only a few weeks ago. She leaves several children. Mrs. Lewis made a will naming Luther Crabtrec and wife (her daughtei ) as executors, without bond. The Model Laundry is the only one in Nashville that has a machine for the exclus've purpose of ironing Palm Beach suits, and consequently can do a better job than any other laundry. See me for prices of laundry and dry cleaning work. I take up laundry from Monday to Wednesday noon. L. M. Myers, agent A GREAT FAVORITE Peter Jared appears to be a great favorite with all parties. We pre dict that his majority will be in the neighborhood of one thousand. "CITIZEN. DR. SAUNDERS IN COOKEVILLE Dr. Geo. M. Saunders the most pop ular optician that has v'sited Cooke- v'lle in the past fifteen years was in town three days this week calling on old friends and patients, examining eyes and fitting glasses. NOTICE1 IMPORTANT! Every voter in the First District should bring his registration certifi cate to the polls with him on election day so as not to delay the voting. Don't forget this. A large vote will be cast an there will be no time to waste. Th's is Important. STOCK FOR SALE I have for sale one full-blooded Jer sey cow with 4 months old heifer calf; one two-year old red Durham heifer; one brood mare; one yearling horse, colt, and a flock of white Indi an Runner Ducks. '.' S. E. Ryan, at Baxter Seminary. ' FAIR IN TENTS Despite the fact that the buildings of the Alexandria fair grounds were destroyed by fire three weeks ago and that U is next to Impossible to rebuild in time for lie opening,, Sept. 3rd, the directors are determlred not to miss a fair and will resort to the novel meth od of using tents and circus seats and will provide a saw dust promenade of a full circle one quarter of a mile in length. In this way the fair will open on Sept. 3rd, as originally Intended. REV. JOHN H. NICHOLS The death, on Saturday, of Rev. John H. N'cbols, at the age of 71 years, at his home in Spring Hill, Maury County, caused deep regret and genuine grief in this county, where he was born and reared and resided unt'l he etored the Methodist ministry and joined the Ten nessee conference in 1865. He was ne f the 8tt preachers in the 1(nne8W wmHPs' lu " labored for almost half a century. He served throughout the civil war in the Confederate army, and was sev eral tini9 desperately wounded. He was shot through the knee ia the hat tie of Perryville, and from this wound was rendered .i cripp'" for J.if. John H. Nichols was one of tne bro thers who were all southern ivi&tnodist ministers. Rev. Jasner Nichols, a pre acher of great force, died aDout fifteen years ago, after many years of faith ful service in the Tennessee confer ence. Rev. B. B. Nichols resides at Boma. He ia also survived hy three other brothers and four sisters J. C. Nich ols of Lebanon, J. P. Nichols of Buffalo Valley, Leroy Nichols of Baxter, Mrs. T. C. Holladay of Nashville, Mrs. A. L. Boyd of Cookeville, Mrs. G. D. Byrne of Monterey, and Mrs. James A. Boyd of Baxter. i ..University of Tennessee.. t HEAD OF PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Tuition Free to ftlen and Women in "nctuuLLi';"' Ar"' Eneine'rin,r Traveling Expenses Paid by State. wnu'n(is. jr"1" rmpncAC Inw Law. Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Cnmnwrre. Write for Catalog. FARMER'S UNION MEETING The Farmers Union of Putnam Co. will meet in call session at Baxter, this county, on Saturday, the 8th day of August, at 10 o'clock a. m. Let every local be represented as there is busi ness in the western division that is de manding our immedite attention. The regular county union will meet at Shipley, 4 miles north of Cooke ville, Saturday, Sept. 5th at 10 o'clock a. ni. for the purpose of electing the officers for the ensuing year and to fr ied delegates to the state union, and j any other business that may come be i fore these meetings. J. N. King, Pres., B. C. Huddleston, Sec. VOTEERS OF PUTNAM COUNTY Dear Sirs: I have tried to see you all and I want the votes of the peo ple I have failed to see just the same as if I had been shaking hands with you every day. So please help me this one time to be Circuit Clerk. Election Aug. 6, 1914. Advt. JOHN W. GILLEM. A GOOD SHERIFF Since a child I have often heard it said, g've us good, industrious, sober and efficient officers. We observe in Sheriff Bob Rash his havin done his full duty by carefully guarding the peace and dignity of the county on all occasions, no prisoners escaping his care, jail being kept in fine con dition and prisoners being fed as he feeds h'is family. And as Bob has often said, such will continue to be the case, even if he has to leave there w'th a tow ack forclo thes. Rash is a winner because it is justly right for him to win. CITIZEN. ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF A SQUARE DEAL? Don't you think as citizens and vot ers we ought to be as fair and square with the public business as we are w'th our private business? When you go to hire a good and trusty band do you inquire what his politics or re ligion is, and if you have already yot a hand that has proved faithful to ev ery trust, would you fire him Just be cause some other fellow wanted the "Job?" No, you would not; you would keep the true and tried hand that had been faithful to his trust. That is the way every yood business man does in hi private business. Why not do this way with the coun ties' businev? NORMAN MASSA has made the county a good and faith ful Register. He' has been true to every trust, he has stayed 'with the job; he has protected the records of the office and kept them neat and clean. He has shown no partiality, but has treated the public as a ser vent of the people should. Any per son old or young, high or low, rich or poor can go into his office knowing that they will receive courteous treat ment. He is always pleasant and re JJnnksi .ptiC; it answers every beverage re quirementvim, wholesomeness. Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. It will satisfy you. T Demand the ttentiine by full name fl Nicknames encourage substitution. pfZ''jf ' THE COCA-COLA COMPANY flSlxl ' , NSv ATLANTA, GA. I BROWN AYRtS. Pr.mi.at. KaoniU ady to accomodate and serve the pub. lie. Now, Mr. Voter, are you going to do by him as you would do with a tried and faithful servant or hand em ployed to work in your store or office or farm? We believe he has made one of the best, if hot the best Regis ters Putnam county has ever had.. So let us vote for him and keep him in the "job." Advt. Written and signed by, A VOTER. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AT INS TITUTE We, 'he committee on resolutions, respectfully submit the following re port: Whereas, We have spent a pleasant and profitable two weeks in Institute work and feel that we have been great ly benefitted thereby, be it resolved, 1. That we extend our thanks, first, to each member of the faculty for their faithful and excellent .work, and to Supt. J. M. Hatfield for his untiring efforts in making this one of the best institutes ever held In this county. We also congratulate him in securing Ksuch excellent help in the persons of Profs, O. N. Smith, S. N. Jared, C. W. Coleman, and M'ss Eugenia Neilson. 2. To State Supt. Thompson for sending us these excellent instructors, who have used every effort possible for the uplifting of education in pur midst. We especially thank Prof. , Smith for the extra effort he has made to help us and for his inspiring and helpful lec tures. 3. We also thank Miss Neilson for her instructive and practical lessons in primary work. We appreciate the work that Mrs. Kelly is doing in be half of the libraries for the schools" and ask each teacher to cooperate with her in her mork. 4. To Prof. S. N. Jared for his ex cellent work in mathematics, also to Prof. Coleman for instructive work In geography. 5. We thank the school board of Cookev'lle for the use of the public school buildinp. 6. We thank the ministers who have been conducting the deyotional exercises, also the visiting lectures and entertainers who have added much to the pleasure of the institute. , 7. We thank the press for Its gene rosity in giving publication to our work We appreciate the presence and. help of the teachers from other counties and invite them again into our midst. In conclusion, we most heartily en dorse the administration of Supt. J. M. Hatfield, and ask each teacher to cooperate with him to make this a sue- '. cessful year. 1 ' ' Respectfully submitted,, ELMORE GENTRY, j. e. Mccormick, ' - ' JOE NICHOLS, . MOLLIE MOONEYHAM, SARAH MITCHELL, Committee. ,i 4 SB- ) " .' .-. vigor, refreshment, ' ". .; '. V;'.