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ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY Suftscrption Price 25 Cents a Year E. L. WIRT SOS, Publishers stand u Second Class Mail Hatter at the Post Office at Cookeville. Tenn. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914 THANK YOU 1 desire to thank tbe Democrats of Putnam county for their loyal support during the recent campaign, and es pecially my frienls in Cookeville and the First district I can only pledge my best effort U serve you faithfully and do all in my power for the best interests of Putnam county My majority would have been larger had I g'ven less effort to Rye, Welch and Pile and more to my own race However, all is well, and I am perfect ly satisfied EL WIRT THE RESULT The result of the election Tuesday was very gratifying to Democrats They won' a hard-fought battle by decisive majority Much crelit is due the state committee, the speakers, the press and workersl as well as the boys in the trenches Gen Rye, by his per sonality and efforts in the stufp won the confidence and support of the peo ple wherever he went It was a great victory, and there is glory enough for all Confusion and Hooperlsm are at an end in Tennessee Have you paid your election bets. Miss Marjorie from Livington Boyd has returned A LIVE BUNCH The Algood Rye Club was the livest bunch in the county They worked hard for success and were rewarded by showing the largest gain of any dis trict in the county Rats off to the Nineteenth district and Its Democratic hustlers L ' - ROCKY POINT Bean picking is all the go at this place as that is all Homer Ledbetter and Nannie Henry do. Bertha Roberson visited Lola Bur nett SaSturday night. Hello Maud lets go to Mt Union a gain. Jim Roberson and wife visited John Burnett Saturday night and Sun day. Martha Buckner, Lola Burnett.Della Jackson, Bertha Roberson, Maggie Jackson and Cathey Lee took dinner with Ida and Maud Jackson Sunday. James Officer has been looking right pale for the past two or three weeks. Mollie' Dahuff, why dont you write again. Your ltters are fine. Three Friends. h Dan Watts and family are visiting John Speakman and family The elevator of the Cookeville Roll er Mills is up about 100 feet. Miss Clara Morgan spent the latter part of the week in Monterey, W V Jenkins and family have moved to Hiskman to run the hotel there Mrs J A Maloney visitel her sister, Mrs. Dr Langford at Hilham last week Mrs George Hunt of near Nashville Is visiting her brother, L B Allison or this city Mrs T S Rankin of Tusculum Col lege is a guest of her brother, Rev A 3 Coile Mrs. S S Webb is very low with fever contracted while nursing her brother in Jackson county. For Sale: "A good corn Will take corn in payment. , S Hayden Young. shelter. BARLOW, .Y. People are busy cutting and house lng tobacco in this part. Wade Dunnavin of Haviland, Kans., is hard at work today in tobacco. Do not know how Mr. Dunnavin will like that kind of work. H just arrived in this part Friday night. We were all truly glad to see him.. He bid us all good bye, but is still here and will make a crop I guess. I am going to school every day. Hello grandpa, grandma, and to all my uncles and aunts. How I would like to see you all. Don't know when I will though. Why don't you Tennes see boys all pay us a visit some or these days. We would be glad to see you all. Hello cousin Neoma, how ar you. , What has becomert my dear teacher, Charlie Odom. Would like to see a letter in the Herald from him. Also Mr. J. N. Roberts. With love to lly many friends and relatives Thomas, Bray, Barlow, Ky., R 1 Deayed meals get on the cook's nerves. With Cole's Hot Blast Range yocr meals are always on time. Will Ragland has gone to Knoxville tl enter the c'vil engineering depart' ment of the University of Tennessee Philip Wheat was stricken with pa ralysis Sunday afternoon and Is in a critical condition In his home in this city. , For Sale A practically new heating stove that has only burned hald a cord of wood Price $4. Call at Herald of fice. Judges Roberts and Gardenhire were at the Democratic headquarters here last Tuesday night to hear the election returns Jas. N Cox, R L Farley, J H Watts and several others went to Nashville Tuesday evening to hear the election re'urns. Rev. Benton M Johnson made seve ral speeches or the Democratic tick et, and they w re effective ones. He did effective work In Jackson county. Postmaster John B Dow left Wed nesday for Colorado, where he goes to visit Mrs Dow, who has been there for some time for her health. Mr Dow will be gone about three months. ALL DAY SINGING There was an all day singing held at Conaeauga Sunday. Oct. 18th, the following classes singmir there. Oak Grova.. Union," Sacar Creek, Tennga, and Sisco. " - MAKES RAPID HEADWAY ., Add This Fact to. Your Store of Knowledge Kidney disease often advances so rapidly that many a person is firmly In its grasp before aware of Its prog res . Prompt attention should be g'ven the slightest symptom of kidney disorder: If there Is a 'dull pain in the back, headaches, dizzy spells or a tired, worn-out feeling,' or if the kid ney secretions are offensive, irregular and attended with pain, procure a good kidney remedy at once. ' Thousands recommend Doan's Kid ney Pills. Read the statement below. Mrs. N. H. Jackson, Railroad Ave., Gallatin, Tenn., says: '.My kidneys were weak and I suffered from attacks of backache. Tbe kidney secretions also bothered me and I noticed that they were unnatural., Doan's Kidney Pills ipade a complete cure." : The above Is not an isolated case. Mrs. Jackson Is only one. of many In this vicinity who have gratefully en dorsed Doan's. If your back aches if your kidneys 'bother you, aoaX simply ask for a kidney remedy ask distinct ly or Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Jackson had. 60c at all stores. Foater-Milbum Co., Props., Buffalo, N. T. Woman loves a clear, rosy complex Ion. Burdock Blood Bitters is splen did for purifying the blood, clearing the skin, restoring sound digestion. All druggists sell it. Price S1.00. The first quarterly meeting for th Cookeville Methodist church will be held Saturday night Nov. 14th, by the Presiding Elder of this district, Rov. H B BlUv), and who will preach the following day in the church. Mrs, J M Smith and children have returned from a two weeks visit in Nashville and Nolensville. They were accompanied home by Miss Mildred Vernon, who will make bxr home with them. The ladi s of the First Presbyterian Church will receive, Saturday after noon from two to five o'clock, in the Aud torium of the church. In honor of Mrs. Coile, wife of tbe new pastor. All the ladies of the town are very cordially Invited to come. LOST: Last Saturday, a five dol lar bill and a one dollar bill either at tbe first National Bank or between three and the courthouse, or some where on square. .Finder return to the Heralr office and receive $1. re ward L E FLATT . Miss Em"y Sue Dow was hostess to a Halloween party given at her home Saturday evening. The house was beautifully decorated in autumn leav es, pumpkins, witches and other deco rations appropriate to the occasion Late in the evening refreshments were rerved. About fifty , young . people wre pi sent. Dr M E Joaes, Veterinrr" of Glasgow, Ky, Is In Cookeville for a few days and in order to allow the people if this section an opportunity of having their sick and disabled hors and other ailing stock expert treat ment, he will remain here until Nov. 14th, and Is located at Wall's Livery Stable. . SALEM School is progressing nicely at this place under the management of Miss Ocie Huddleeton. Miss Mary Walker spent one day last week with Mrs. Vergie Bilbrey. Miss Mable Pierce is visiting at her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradford. Rev Fred B Cox will preach at this place the 2nd Sunday in November. Mrs. Bettie Swearingen spent Sun day night with Mrs. Joe Wright. Rev E. R Little has gone to Florida where he will- attend the association Miss Effle HU was the guest of Miss Maud Pointer last Sunday. Miss Annie Smith '.a visiting friends and relatives in Jackson county. Ward Little seems to be Interested about Whitson's Chapel. Who said Garlin Kinnairds atten tlon was turned toward Joe Wrights Wonder if Benton Phy is still teach lng school at Whitson's Chapel. Several from this place attended the old time singing at Lee Seminary Sunday. Sunday school at this place every Sunday at 9:30. Myrtle and Cora of Whitson's Cha pel come again. Miss Valeria Pierce visited her mo ther, Mrs. Mamie Harbaugh one day last week. TWO OLD MAIDS. SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY On Sunday Nov. 15th, a rally for the Sunday schools of the eastern part of the county will be held eight miles eaet of Monterey at Scuffle Creek. State Sput. of Public Instruction, S H Thom pson will be . present for an address. Rev W W Baxter of this city will al so be in attendance. MONTEREY, ROUTE 1 Health is bad. W. T. Elrod is low with fever., F. E Elrod is on the sick list. 1 J. M. Elrod was called from Algood to tbe bedside of his brother. Ellicon Elrod visited at F. E., J. C. and W T Elrod's last week Louis Scarbrough visited J C. and W T. Elrod last night. The funeral of Aunt Betty Patrick will be preached the fourth Sunday in this month at Philadelphia by G. N. Farley. ' As I have never asked for a shower of birthday cards, anl as my birthday is Nov 19, I will appreciate all cards sent me. I will then be 44. , J C Elrod, Monterey, Tenn., " R. 1, Box 28 Mt. View Lodge, No 179. I O O F met at the usual hour. 7 pm, Oct. 31, 1914, W H Barr, N G presiding. Quite a lot of routine business was disposed of. Bro. Dank Garrison was reported as not feeling so well as last week, is now confined to his bed, unable to sit up any. Bro. J H York was reported to be feeling much better this week, Is more hopeful now? Bro. B M Brown at Corning, Cal was granted a trans fer cert'ficate to the lodge at that pl ace. , , The law is tnat a tnocner who is not entitled to the pass word, - is not en titled to benefits, and if misfortune befalls lm while n arrears to sbuare up hs account does not entitle Mm to benefits for that spell of sickness. If the by-laws and constitution were better understood there would be few er occasions for turning down applica tions for benefits. The Lodge Is en titled to some protection. All should attend next meeting. WWHIIMMMIMMMmHMtMIMMMtMM IS YOUR BLOOD RICH? Poor Dlood La is the indirect cause of much winter sickness it allow chills. Invites colds and sickness. Nourishment alone makes blood not drugs or liquors and the nourish ing1 food in Scott' Emalnon charges summer blood with winter richness and increases the red. corpuscles. IU Cod Livrr OS warms the bodv. fortifies the lunrs, and alleviate rheumatic 1 tendencies. YOUR DRUGGIST HAS IT. 14-U SHUN SUBSTITUTES. Prof T K Sisk. Principal of Putnam County High School, was in Smith county last Saturday, having gone there with the Dixie College and High School ball tea . While there he had Oca-km to Investigate the school sit uation In that county. He reports that there are more pupils taking high school work in the one school In this county than in all three of the high schools which are being main tained in that county. This we con sider a credit to the management of the school here as well as to the en tire county. , PLAN AND RULES Governing the Piano Contest at the Cooke ville Mercantile Co. FIRST. Every person who makes a cash purchase at this store, between the dates of Saturday, Oct. sis, 1914 Saturday, Jan. 30th 1915, inclusive, amounting to One Dollar or more wil be entitled 'o 100 votes for every dol lar cash purchase. Ballot box will be c'osed promptly at 10 o'clock on the night of Jan. 30, 1914. SECOND. A committee has been appointed to take charge or the key to the ballot bqx, count tbe votes, ana award the piano to the successful con testant. Th following gentlemen have kindly consented to act in this capac'ty. Judge Sam Edwards, P. Jared, and W O Watson THIRD. There has been provided a strong and securely locked ballot box to hold the votes. The keys to this box are at all times In posession of the committee. The committee will meet weekly and count and record the votes on a book furnished for this pur- pose and the names of the ten per sons leading in the contest will be published In the Cookeville papers every week. All ballots cast during the entire time of the contest will be preserved by the committee. FOURTH. No member of the firm their families, or the families of any or t' Ir employees will be allowed to participate in this contest. FIFTH. Voting in this contest be gins Saturday morning, Oct. 31st, 1914 and closes Saturday night. Jan. 30th, 1915 at 10 o'clock. The committee having in charge the ballot box will proceed to final count the person re ceiving the largest number of votes will be awarded the piano. In case of a tie between two or more contestants the piano will be awarded to all thus tying. ' Cookeville Mercantile, Co. UV-VER-LAX Acts Surely, Safely Just because you are feeling "the ill effects of a torpid liver is no excuse for buying a harmful medicine that has brought physical decay to thous ands. Calomel Is dangerous and a everyone knows as very disagreeable and weakening after effects. Medical science has found a natural, vegetable remedy, GRIGGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX that thoroughly cleanses the Jiver and bowels without causing any bad feel ing. Children can take it with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 a bottle. None genuine with out the likeness and signature of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by Z. T. Hinds Drug Ca., Cookeville, Tena. Wanted Someone to do house work, between 15 and 50 years of age. A splendid home for the right girl ir woman. We seek a woman who de sires a good permanent home. None need apply but of the best character. Good wages to proper party. Write at once. Mrs. X Y Z, care Her ald, Cookeville, Tenn. Foot Ball SATURDAY, NOV. 7 DIXIE-HIGH GAINESBORO ADMISSION 25c GAME CALLED AT 2:30 P. M. Everybody come out and help the new team win the first game on local gridiron. DONT DELAY Writing for sample of HINDS FAM OUS LIVER PILLS. Just drop us a postal card and we will gladly mail you a uoerai sample. CHAS. D. HINDS MEDICINE CO Office 14, Arcade Bids.. Cookeville. Tenn. t Leave Your Laundry or 'Phone Tlos Robbins Pressing Club or M. H. Bordsn's for ' THE NASHVILLE LAUNDRY CO. and McEWEN'S STEAM LAUNDRY All High Class Work OUDNEY . LOFTI8, Agents UMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIM DRESSED LUMBER and- BEGIN TO-DAY DOING YOUR BANKING WITH US A Bank Account' gives a man a substantial stand ing in any community enables him to take advant age of opportunities for making more money makes him a manly, independent man. You can be such a man if you wish. Open an account with the ? CITIZENS BANK today and keep your savings? Our facilities for taking care of your banking busi- ; ness are all that could be desired. Fair and courte- i ous treatment accorded to all. Come in and see us. ' H. S. HARGIS, Pres. W. R. CARLEN, Vice-Pres. S. B. ANDERSON, Cashier j CITIZENS BANK COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE J 0 PIMPLES BOILS ACHES n cniixs U CARBUNCLES PAINS Are "Danger Signals" the human system's method of giving warn ing that the blood has become impoverished and circulation poor. In this condition the human body is almost powerless to resist the more serious illness. Don't delay. You need DR. PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery It gets to work immediately at the seat of your trouble the Stomaoh. It lends s helping hand. Helps to digest the food. Tones np the stomach. Soon brings back normal conditions. Food is properly assimilated and turned into rich, red blood. Every organ is strengthened and every tiaras re-vitalised. Made from roots taken from our great American forests. Try this remedy now. Sold by Medicine Dealers in liquid or tablet form or send 60s to Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial box. Tec can as the c plrtf "Medical Adviser" mt 1SSS eases carta res ay saesisg ct. fierce aic tor m apes at aaa " g I .rtWfca.W ..HiiiMlllllH'WIillft, (96GGB99 I sec him! Now we can have sup per. And The meal is all ready. How much that means to the wife meals right on time. Cooked to per fection the fire burned just right every lid at a working heat, ready to boil or fry. Oven baking beau- both top and oven going at the same time. rire burning free a. id steady. Burns ry fuel snfc coal, haij coal or wood. These are just a few of the "good things" for you in a tifully- That make your Cole's Hot Blast Range housekeeping easy anal cooking a pleasure. Mrs. Goodcook, this is the range you bavo been wanting. 5 th noma "Colm't" on each Rang. Noam genuine without it J. M. Anderson Plumbing Co. COOKEVILLE Dimension! Timbers 0F ALL KINDS Ses us if in need of anything in our line. Big stock on nana. . , D. W. Dow lum ber Co. COOKEVILLE, TENN. j iiimi'iinmiiiiiiiiit iiiimiiiiiiiiiiii MiiiMimiiiimiiimiit -J. STONE- 1 Scientific Horseshoe r I Has taken in Marion Gentry as a partner, and is prepared to X do a general blacksmith and wood work business in connec- tion with his horseshoing shop. All Work Guaranteed. Z Horseshoing done from 60 cents up. Give us a trial.- ... In Z Frank Jonnson's old stand, Depot St., West Cookeville. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiii T . I II ! Ill ..... laal loot- 0USM Scrubs Fatten Quickly You want your pSst to eat is much as possible when you fatten them. Qirt them a frext variety of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in food order, and you will obtain the desired result; especiaiiy if you mix with the grata ration a dose of STOCK MEDICINE Whets the appetite Helps AJestloa. Bee Bee I BUft taokinc hois at est lattea and save them I Dee STOCK MEOIOi In their feed. I km I line. healthHoakie fee-, which netted sm over U pounds. . H. Hater. OmltTls. 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