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Thursday August 21, 1919.
PUTNAM COUNTY HERALD. COOKEVILLE. TENNESSEE Fas . 1 LEGAL PUBLICATIONS SPECIAL ELECTION Under the provisions of Chapter 138 Public Acta of Tennessee, 1919 and In accord with the proclamation of Governor A. H. Roberts, a special election Is hereby ordered to be held at the usual voting place In each civil district in Putnam county, be tween the hours ot 9 o'clock - a ra. ' and 4 o'clock p. m., on Thursday, " September 4, 1919s - Said election will be held for the sole purpose of allowing the qualified voters to express " their ' will es whether or not a. constitutional con vention shall be held for the . pur pose of modifying the present constl- ' tutlon of Tennessee or framing new constitution. All officers wlll.be paid the same fee as in regular elections. , : The following officers, Judges and clerks are hereby appointed to open and hold said election. In their re ' spectlve Civil Districts , and proper returns make within the time and In the manner required by law. Before entering upon their duties as such . ( officers, Judges and clerks they win ' each subscribe to the oath prescrib ed by law. . FIRST ' CIVIL DISTRICT Officer J. W. Hughes. . Clerks Charles Stanton, E. B, - Duke. - v'v . ; Judges J. M. Dowell, W R. King, Henry Sparks. - Registrars J. B. V Goodpasture. Miles Ellis . -. Assistant Reglsrar J. M. Judd. Ga'te Keeper-rR. L. Ray. ',.-. SECOND DISTRICT - Officer N. M. Wilhlte. '' Clerks M. E. ;Whitson, E. W-. Jack , son. ' v ' ' Judges J. H. Hid, Ed , Bullock, Miles Cumby. - , - : . .':;.' THIRD DISTRICT , "' ' Officer C P. Hunter: Clerks J. L. Hill, Melvin Hyder, Judges C. Bohannon, Joe Bullock, :Levl Jackson. - - FOURTH DISTRICT Officer Taylor Conley. Clerks Hershal Johnson, . G.- T. Whittaker. - v Judges G. M. Johnson, Lewis Bo hannon; J. C. Clonse, FIFTH -DISTRICT ' Officer James Jackson. Clerks-W. W. Welch. Harvey. Of ficer. ; ,.. , . .Judges Alfred -Lee, " Tom Welch, Sr., W. H. Henry. - ; SIXTH DISTRICT .., Officer John Lansford. Clerks I D. - HolladayV W. R. Judges W. G. Bilbrey, James" Bry ; ; ant, John Stamps. ' SEVENTH DISTRICT -. Officer Joe . Pippin. v Clerks S.. . P. fKuykendall, ":Byrd . Lindsay. - : ' " -. '? -Judges-J-Lewis Dyer,: James Sut ton, W. LV Stewart. ; : : ; !, v EIGHTH DISTRICT - -. Offlcer-7G. D. Martin. "" . Clerks Frank' Massa, J. S. Allison. Judges Joe. Cole, B. H. Womack, Joe Hickey.' -' 1 v NINTH DISTRICT J ; Officer Henry Jomes. . -:. T. Clerks R. L. Alcorn, Byron , Bart ': lett :, .. Judges Van Alcorn, Jack Denny, P. Jones. - '. . TENTH DISTRICT ; Officer Robert Cole. - ,-Clerka-HFonr Lee, Dr.. L. . H. Free man. - "'-.:. ":V'V'-; . ' " Judges Hop Sadler, John M,c Broom, Morgan Stout. ; ELEVENTH - DISTRICT"-: ,f . k Officer Joe Maddux. '; ? . 0 . Clerks W, H. Burton josh Bafes. s Judges J. P. Nichols,. L. T. Left wich, William Medley. . . . TWELFTH DISTRICT Officer R. A. Bockman. Clerks-r Grady; Burton, W. M. ; Bates.' 1 Judges Sam Ferrell, W. A. Holla day, C. F. McCaleb. ' THIRTEENTH . DISTRICT : " ' Officer Ammon Bussell. Clerks Philip Sadler, Will Julian. Judges James Carr, Armstrong Herd, Solon Jones. , -. FOURTEENTH DISTRICT : Officer W. M. Watson;.; Clerks J. P. Romines, B. P. son. - - , ' Judges R. . W-'tog, Gatha die, Newt Clouse. v . ' FIFTEENTH DISTRICT Officer M. M. Owen. C lerks Alfred McDaniel, Smith. Alii- Rld- Dan Judges S. D. Webb,' A. P. Warren, Asbnry Phillips. - ' ? SIXTEENTH DISTRICT Officer Martin Allison. Clerks John-L. Ensor, Beecber Gentry.' ' " . 1 Judges John ' Suuvan, G. ' Wt Dun- avin, Abe Mitchell. SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT ' Officer J. . D. Lowe.. ' Clerks J. D. Nichols, H. G. Wal ler." , Judges L. 8. Jared, R. F. Maddux, J. W. Whitehead. - EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT Officer 8am "McCulley. Clerks Will Jackson, I. E. York. Adolph Grees, F..N. Billingsley. . NINETEENTH-DISTRICT Officer J. N. Hyder Clerks Robert Hamlet, Oscar Clark. ' " Judges Will - McCormlck, . T. L. Johnson, Dr. H. I. Cantrell. TWENTIETH DISTRICT Officer Mack Hunter. Clerks Walter Nichols, Will Judd. Judges J. M. Bradfprd, D. .B. Boyd Van Nunally. This Aug. 13, 1919. - . A. Or MAXWELL, Chairman, H. S. BARNES, Secretory, ' WYNNE F. CLOUSE. Election Commissioners for County, Tennessee. , Putnam. TRUSTEE'8 LAND SALE By virtue of the terms ot a deed of trust executed-to N. Giles Carter, Trustee, by W. S. Thomas and wife S. L. Thomas, on February-6, 1918, which deed f trust was registered In the Register's Office ot Putnam County, Tennessee, on the 30th day ot Octaber, 1918, in Trust Deed Book O" at pages 68, 69, 70, for the pur pose of securing to B. Rhodes, cer tain promisory notes bearing date therewith, aggregating the sum lot 15,280.78 together with interest and attorney fees, etc., and providing that it default was made as to nay- ment of either ot said notes, the re- malnder would become due and pay able, and said Deed of Trust further providing tor a substitution of an other Trustee to be appointed by the beneficiary under same, in the event same should become necessary, and I, G. A. Flemmlng, having been desig nated and . appointed as sucn succeeo- ing Trustee, and default having been, " - .... - - hmade in the payment ot said install ments, I will therefore, on Saturday, August, 80, 1919, on the ' premises hereinafter, described, sell to , the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described property, to-wit: Situated and being in the town of Monterey, the 14th Civil District of Putnam v County, Tennessee,- being lots Nob.-15 and 16 in Block 35, In said town, as shown by the plat made by the Cumberland Mountain Coal Co., Including all Improvements there on, known as the A. P. Welch Store House, also the ware-room and stock scales, located on the right-of-way of T. C. R. R. Co., together with all the rights acquired under a lease con tract between the Receivers of said TVC. R. R. Co., and A. P. Welch, and such rights as were acquired by B. Rhodes, by virtue of same. Said property will be sold separate ly and then as a whole, and the way it bring; the most money, Is the way same will . be sold. Said property will be sold within lawful hours, and free from all equities, as - provided in said Deed of Trust ' This August 1, 1919. G. A. FLEMMING, .Trustee. B. Bockman, Attorney. . 4t-8? "l- - No. 2798 S . S . NON-RESIDHNT NOTICE In Chancery Court at Cookevllle. - v''; Tenn. . - W. J. Freeman, et al, vs. VAden - Cooper, et al. It appearing from the Bill filed in this cause, which is sworn to, that the Defendants Vaden Cooper, and Grayden Cooper are nonresidents : of the State ot Tennessee, and t cannot be served with the ordinary;, process of law: - -v- : It is ordered that said. Defendants enter their appearance herein, before the Clerk and Master, at his office la the Courthouse. In OookevUle, Tena,- on or oeiore ue nrst , jHonaay, in October next,- and pieao. i answer,, or dezqur to Complainants' Bill, Or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Putnam County Herald, newspaper published in Cookevllle, Tenn. i This 13 day of Augu t, 1919. W. R. CARLEN, Clerk and Master. K. Holladay, Sllcitor for Complain ant r ' Publication fee $8.00. No. 2B31 - '- Mat Sherrlll vs. John Sherrill et all NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF JOSEPH 8HERRILL, DECEASED The Insolvency : of' the estate of h Joseph SherrJIL .deceased, haviigl been suggested to the Chancery Court for Putnam County, Tehnes- eee, all persons having any claims i against said estate are notified to appear and 1 file ame, authenticated In the manner presoribed y law, on I or , before October in, 119, , or the same will be barred. Thia the 2nd day ot July, 1119s - ur m nvr.mii r - 'rAanunreiraoxr aa ntem. 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Can any one tell me it there Is meeting at Douglas Chapel the- first Sunday. - Wonder if Carlos Lee has gone to Ohio yet Oscar Waites sold his farm recent ly. - Sgt Ponie - Lack is back from France, and is at Camp Gordon for demobilization. Myra Moore, how many birthday carda did you receive. ' HERMAN MOORE. - . r SILO PROFITABLE Build a Tennessee yood-hoop alio, or some other kind that Is practical. The silo Is the medium thru which green feed can be provided tor farm anlmala during the winter. Here are some of the advantages of the silo: More animals can be kept in pro portion to the number of acres in a farm. ' , ' It equalized the winter capacity with that of summer grazing. Silage is a good supplement to pasture during dry months. I . J JUI-- J . . V A . Addition of silage to the ration en ables the animal to assimilate other roughage to a better advantage. The Herald costs only two cents a wevk about half an egg. Take it. 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