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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, December 17, 1914, Image 5

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DR. M. L JONES
Veterinary Surgeon
Located at Wall'a Livery Stable
Cookeville, Teon.
Calls An.wered Day orNirht Both Phone
Dr. G.N. GUTHRIE, Jr.
DENTIST
AJ! Work is Fully Guaranteed
Arcade Building, Up Stairs
Phone at Office and Residence
COOKEVILLE,
TENN.
W. D, PERBBLt
L. B. BROWN
FERRELL & BROWN
DENTISTS
Gibson Building UpStairs
Both 'Phones Cookeville.Tenn.
J. J. BOYD
ERNEST H. BOYD
BOYD & BOYD
Lawyers
COOKEVILLE, TENN.
Offices on Sooth Side of Public Square. In the
Sloan Building, over Binds' Drug Store
DR. W. S. McCLAIN
OSTEOPATH
Office, 10 Arcade, Cockeville
Telephone 184 '
Dr. J. P. TERRY
DENTIST
All Work is Fully Guaranteed
Office with Dr. J. T, Moore
ALGOOD, TENN.
Dr. C O..JOHNSON
. ( Dentist
MONTEREY, TENN.
All Work Fully Guaranteed
HARDING STUDIO
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS
Cookeville, Tenn.
ANSCO CAMERAS and FILMS "
Copying, Enlarging . Amateur Finishing
M. H. BORDEN
' Jeweler
Repairing Watches, Clocks: Jew
elry and Sewing Machines a spe
cialty. All work guaranteed.
COOKEVLILE, TENN.
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j DRESSED j
LUMBER
' and
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f Dimension?
Timbers
j OF ALL KINDS j
See us if in need of anything in
our line. Big stock on hand.
D.W.Dow Lum
ber Co.
COOKEVILLE TENN. ,!
FIRST PRE8BYTERIAN CHURCH
. Rev. A .J. Coll., Pastor
Dl'ectory of Services
- Preaching every Sunday at 11 a.m.
and 7 p. m.
Sunday School a tlO a. m. Thomas
Finley, Supt Sunday School Workers
meeting first Sunday of each month
at 6 p. m.
Ladies' Guild each first Thursday at
2:30 p. m.
Woman' Mlssilnary Society third
Thursday at 2:30 p. m.
1 ENNESSEE CENTRAL RAILROAD
Cookeville Pastcnger Train Schedule
i East West '
No. 2 .. 12:31 p.m.jNo. 1 .. '3:16 p.m.
No. 4.. 1:25 a.m.jlNo. 3 .. 2:37 a.m.
No. 6 . . 7:33 p.m.jjNo. 5 . . 6:40 a.m.
Overcoats and Cloaks at wholesale
cost. Williams, El rod & Maddux.
B. G. Ad cock is in Nashville "on le
gal business.
For rent Good home near depot.
Call or see me quick. B. B. Boyd.
A heavy snow fell Sunday and most
of it is on the ground yet.
Jim burgess has foved. into the
Gabbert house north of square. -
R. B. Capshaw transacted legal
business in Nashville this week.'
Visiting cards make nice gifts 50
printed for 25c at the Herald office.
John B. Fox has put fn a watch re
pair outfit in Rawley's Barber Shop.
Albert Smith, who L, attending Cas
tle Heights school at Lebanon, la here
fir the holidays.
- Miss Bunola Wilhite, a student at
Buford College, Nashville, is spending
the "holidays at home.
much " Interest in the work is being
manifested by members of the crew.
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If it's CANDY you are looking
for you will find it at CLARK'S.
Big assortment of Cut Glass and
Holday Goods at Williams, Elrod &
Maddux.
Jim Wall, a student at Castle
Heights, Lebanon, is home for the
holidays.
A gift' that would be appreciated is
a pack of nice visiting cards 50 for
25c at the Herald office. .
them waterproof and does not
and guaranteed by Smith & Dav
is. 25c per can.
If "He" smokes he will appre
ciate a nice pipe, a box of cigar
or a humidor of tobacco. You
will find them all at CLARK'S.
Jas. N. Cox has returned from New
York, where he has been on business
for the past few. days.
Elder Jesse Walling of Alabama is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. M.
Shanks, for a week or two.
Willie Davis has gone to McAlester,
Okla.. where he will visit relatives
and return in a few days.
The articles that were not sold at
the Bazaar last Saturday will be on
sale at Harding's Studio next Tues
day at reduced prices. There are sev
eral nice pieces suitable for gifts.
J. W. Gillem is at Morristown this
week attending the big poultry show,
with an excellent display of about 60
fine specimens of Barred Plymouth
Rocks, Light Brahmaa and Bantams,
with which he expects to capture sev
eral prizes.'
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Z Let us fix you up a nice bas
T ket of FRUITS for Christmas.
We handle the best CLARK'S.
Lawrence Grace, president of the
Baxter Bank & Trust Co., was in the
city Saturday on business.
W. M. Garrison, who has been in
Chicago for two years, is visiting his
sister, Mrs. W. Comer Moore.
Editor Chas. P. Gray of the Living
ston Enterprise was here Saturday
and made us a brotherly call.
The" legislature will meet on Mon
day, Jan. 4 and forthwith proceed to
get busy redeeming the state.
Benton Carlen is in fro mShelby-
vllle to spend the holidays. He is a
student in Branham & Hughes school.
Come in and look at the nice
Christmas presents we have for
isale. It don't cost anything to
look, and you may find Just what
you want. CLARK'S.
W. L. Karnes of Portland will
preach in the Church of Christ next
Sunday morning and night at the us
ual hours.
We have just received a nice lot of
fine cards and envelopes suitable for
at home announcements, invitations,
etc. ' Prices reasonable. .
A program Is being arranged for the
entertainment of the little folks of the
Methodist Sunday School at the
church next Thursday afternoon.
Dont forget to look to us for Holi.
day Gifts. We have them.
Williams, Elrod & Maddux.
Insure your life and preserve .
your shoes by giving them abath
of "Dri-Foot." One coats makes
The stores around town are begin
ning to have a real Christmas appear
ance, quite a bit of decorating and
artistic displaying of wares having
been done.
Santa Claus seems to have been
around the 5, 10 and 25c Store very
recently and left a great variety of
beautiful, useful and amusing things,
suitable for gifts.
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Mrs. J. M., Hatfield's pupils in the
Fifth and Sixth grades of the city
school will give an entertainment at
the schoolhouse on Friday night, Dec.
18, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.-
Rev. J. F, Tinnon will , preach the
last of his series of sermons to young
men next Sunday night at the Metho
dist church. The subject:- "The
Young Man an-dHls Hoffe Talks,"
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A box of Cigars makes a very
appropriate Christmas present,
Be sure you get It at CLARK'S.
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Big Ruos and Art Squares at tempt
ing prices; holiday patterns.
Williams, Elrod & Maddux.
Benton M. Johnson of this city is a
candidate for insurance commissioner
and is making a .vigorous campaign.
The office is filled by the governor.
Vr: Johnson is well qualified for the
position and is in the race to win.
E. L. Jared, who is a members of
Uncle Sam's marine force, is home on
a furlough visiting friends and rela
tives. He has seen service in Cuba,
Mexico and many other places and
has a number of interesting experi
T. C. Thompson of the Eighth dis
trict was killed this afternoon by the
accidental discharge of his shotgun.
We have not heard any particulars
other than that Mr. Thompson was
out rabbit hunting and in some man
ner the gun was shot off.
Mt View Lodge, No. 179, I.O.O.F.,
met at the usual hiur, 7 p. m., Dec 12,
1914, W. H. Barr. N. G., presiding,
with a good attendance. The usual
routine business was disposed of.
Bro. Dank Garrison is about as last
week. Bro. J. H. York is perhaps a
little better; sugers frequently with
excruciating pains. He would be glad
to have more of the brothers visit
h'm. His disease is surely not very
contagious, as none of his family or
visitors have taken it. Bro. E. H.
Starnes is suffering with erysipelas on
his leg. He would be pleased to have
the brothers visit him. His post of
fice is Brush Creek, Tenn.
Our list of delinquents is reduced
now to 16. We would be glad if they
would all pay up and non be dropped
on the 31st Inst. Statements have
just been sent out and every brother
now knows his standing. Some few.
seems, prefer to drag, always want
to know how much it will take to
keep from being dropped. It takes
the full amount to be entitled to ben
efits in next term.
The Baxter local ship of the Sailors
was organized Wednesday night The
full crew were on hand and elected
the following officers to man the ship
during the first period of six months:
Captain, Will F. Judd; Lieutenant,
Jas. Winfree; Ensign, C. O. Taylor;
Chaplain, Mrs. Nettie Judd; Messen
ger, Will T. Sewell; Supercargo, Miss
Myrtle Hlnkle; Paymaster, Arthur
Campbell; Boatswain, Miss Dona
Brown; Watch, Miss Maggie Brown;
Lookout, Monroe Alcorn.
On Wednesday, the 23d, the officers
will be installed by Special Field Offi
cer Hill, who was assisted by Miss
Ruth Apple in ttaa instituting work.
The Modern Woodmen of America
is the greatest society of its kind in
the world. It has almost one million
members, all of whom are In the Uni
ted States and Canada. It must be
best or this great number would not
be enrolled as members.
Sylvan Rebekah Lodge, No. 58, met
fe riday night, Dec. 11. It being elec
tion night the following officers were
elected: Mrs. Lou McCluen, N. G.;
Mrs. Anna Carr, V. G.; Mrs.' Eunice
Davis, Sec.; Mrs. Alice Caruthers,
Treas. "
Christmas comes but once at a
time, and you should give your .
friend a nice present, and be
very sure you get It at CLARK'S
M. W. OF A. NEWS
Cookeville Camp No. 12248, met
Tuesday night in regular session with
B. L. Clark, as consul pro tern. Des
pite the unfavorable condition of the
elements several neighbors were in
attendance.
Two applications were balloted on
Woodcraft is on the Increase and
promises fair to posh to the front in
Cookeville in the near future. Janu
ary 5 has been designated as "Get-a-member
Day" and great results are
expected.
25 Cts.
Per Ton
If you pay cash with
your order for coal,x
I will sell it to you
at a discount of 25
cents per ton , : :
Jesse M. Shields
Buy your Christmas goods at .
Smith & Davis and get them at .
wholesale cost -
Rev. W, W. Baxter and family leave
to-night for their new home In Dick
son. They have been in Cooke vile for
several years and have a great host of
friends who dislike to see them go.but
w'sh them well in their new fields of
labor.
Practical presents for Men, Ties,
Shirts, Sox, all in holiday boxes.
.Williams, Elrod ft Maddux.
According to a ruling made by the
national and state banking officials no
bank will be permitted to, allow any
overdrafts after Jan. 1, 1915. Take
due notice and govern yourselves accordingly.
WITH THE SAILORS
On Saturday night, the 12th inst.
the local ship of the Sailors was In
stalled by Special Field Officer Hill,
assisted by Recruiting Officer Dew
berry. The name chosen for the ship
was the good ship Goldenrod of
Cookeville.
The following officers were elected:
Captain, Dr. S. D. Davis; Liuet. Joe
W. Cooper; Ensign, Mrs. A. M. Gibbs;
Chaplain, Perry G. Cooper; Supercar
go, Hugh C. Lansden; Paymaster, R.
H. Wirt; Boatswain, Mrs. Mayme
Stone; Wach, Mrs. S. D. Davis; Look
out, Jesse Foutch; Messenger, Ralph
Rout; Surgeon, Dr. Claude P. Martin.
On Monday night, th 14th, the work
in the Sailor's degree was instituted,
Sailor Ralph Wirt being Instructed In j
the mysteries of this degree. The '
ship will make regular voyages and
Toys at Cost!
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We have a large assortment of Toys that we will
close out at actual Wholesale Cost. This is your
opportunity to prepare for Santa Claus. See them.
SMITH & DAVIS HARDWARE CO.
s CHRISTMAS ::
HOLIDAY RATES
VIA-
Tennessee Central Railroad
TO
POINTS IN THE SOUTHEAST
Tickets on sale December 16th to 25th inclusive and December 31, 1914
and January 1, 1915. Return limit January 6, 1915. " -
For rates and further information call on any ticket agent Tennessee
Central R. R. or write ' . -
J. E. SHIPLEY, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Nashville.
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We have the mot elaborate
stock of CANDY In Christmas
packages ever shown in Cooke
ville. - ' . .CLARK'S.
HILARY-MASTERS KILLED .
Hilary Masters was shot and almost
instantly killed by Alfred Smith this
afternoon just after 3 o'clock. . A pis
tot was used, two shots taking effect.
The affray occurred In front of the
Hipp Theatre, and was the result of
a dispute about an account. Smith
was arrested and will have his exami
nation tomorrow morning before Esq.
J. R. Douglass. Both men lived on
farms near town, and have families.
Masters was a United States deputy
marshal. Smith was for some time a
groceryman here.
A Man's Rain Coat at $2.95, as a
special for Christmas.
Williams, Elrod ft Maddux.
Why not subscribe now at 25c a year.
Get a can pf "Dri-Foot" and do
away with cold, damp feet. -
Smith ft Davis.
HONOR ROLL
Following is the honor roll of Mrs.
Daisy Reagan Bennett's music class:
Marie Davis, Ruby Greenwood, Mary
Dean Smith, Rebecca Reagan, Thelma
McConniek, Ladle Reagan, Allyce
Reagan, Miss Louisa Sullivan, Coma
Loftis. '.
We have just received the most complete
and up-to-date line of Jewelry in town
that contains an almost unlimited as
sortment of high grade articles suita
ble for gifts, and as Christmas is al
most here you should come and make
your selections early and get choice of
entire stock.
Watches Brooches ! Silver Purses .
Chains Stick Pins Buckles
, Fobs ; Scarf Pins Silver Mesh Bags
Charms Cuff Buttons Tie Clasps
Lockets Rings, set or plain Emblems
-Lavallieres Waist Pins Military Sets
, Etc., Etc. Bracelets Clothes Brushes .
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Bordenr Jewelry Co
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NORTH SIDE SQUARE
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Remember, and let the children remember, this t
Christmas by having a good photograph made in your T
I CHRISTMAS
IS: COMING!
home. , '
The Harding Studio
COOKEVILLE, TENN.
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