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We have had a fine rain, the first good rain in about six months. Rob. DowelPs wife died last Thursday and was buried Fri day. Mrs. Jake Wilmoth visited her mother, Mrs. Rayburn, one day last week. Mrs. Marvin Quails visited Mrs. Abe Walker Saturday. Say, you Shipley writer, from the way oou write you all visit a heap. If you will come out here you will find something else to do beside visit, though come on with the news. We like to hear from you. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Rayburn gave their neighbors a singing one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Slagle were present. Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn are loved by all who know them. Wake up, Monterey, Route 1, are asleep? Misses Maud Wilmoth and Edna Elick visited Miss Birdie Slagle Saturday. E. E. Jaquess, if you have got two pennies to spare write to the Herald. Jewel Jaquess, how are you? E. E., I would like to have an other shooting match at another club-footed rooster. A. W. Get the very best red top, perfectly clean and nice, at Jere Whitson Hard ware Co. Bangham Mrs. Tilda Norris is very poor ly at this writing. Herbert and Herman Wright visited at Rufus Stockton's last Friday night. Mrs. Bettie Freeman is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ella Wright. L. D. Matheney and wife visit ed at Jim Green's last Sunday. Several in this community have had telephones put in their homes. Mrs. Alice Wright and daugh ter, Margaret, visited at RoLa " Wright's last Friday. Yes, Nora Adams, I remember yrou very well, we used to go to school together at Bangham, but there has been a great change here since then. Write again as I always like to read letters from any of my school mates. Mrs. Dahuff, where are you. by this time? You surely are try ing to count your post cards be fore you write again. Write and tell us how many you got. Say, Leona Mahan of Route 2 why dont you write to the Her iald again ? You need not get out of heart because your first letter found its way to the waste bask et. M. G. Matheney, write often as we are always glad to read your letters. Wake up, writers, and send in the news from everywhere and make the Herald interesting. Blue Eyes will sign her name this time so you wont have to guess who she is. Ora Stockton. We are opening up a hrst class re tail store at our wholesale and ware house on west side, and would like to sell you hardware, farming imple ments and field seeds. Jere Whitson Hardware Co. Cane Creek Dear Editor: Will you give me space in your paper? If so, wil write my first letter to the Her aid. I am a little boy 10 years old, my father takes the Herald and I enjoy reading the letters very much. Mrs. Nancy Maxwell has gone to Bloomington Spring for her health. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Terry vis ited Stanton Terry and wife Saturday night. Haywood Hix and son, Clay, made a trip to Steve Webb's Sunday. Tom and Cov Goolsby visited at Double Springs Saturday night. Bro. Byrd Phillips filled his regular appointment as Lee Sem inary Sunday. "V 1 fj A 1 would like to hear irom my uncle and aunt in Kansas through the Herald. 1 Write often Mary Grider, I like to hear from you. What does Rufus do these days? Raymond and I study our school books. Charlie Terry. ,"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup, lias been used with success in our family for eight years." Mrs. L. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y. Monterey Come on all you western peo ple, I like to hear from you. Lola Lee West, what has be come of you. Wake up Calkiller, and give us the news. Geo. Ford and wife visited his mother today. Beulah Farley, why don't you write to the Herald? Mrs. Hodge of this city is vis iting Algood this week. Widow. Weatherford, Texas We have been having some cold weather. Most all the fruit is killed, but the weather , has changed and today is as hot as if it was April. Papa has been taking the Her ald for three years. " I am going to school and dm haviug a good time. I live : in Parker County. My papa's name is Gran ville Carr. j r Ridley Carr. ! I Still at the Same Old Stand 1 o 2 Slightly disfigured, but still in the ring. Let them I come; we enjoy it. Some preach to you home indus- J try. We are certainly for home industry as long as 1 home industry is for home people and the general (public. Next week we will open the regular hen buy- !ing season, and will continue to pay, as we always done, the top market price. See us before selling g your poultry and eggs. We guarantee you correct counts and honest weights as we keep none but com-' petent, straightforward, honest employes, and guar- S antee honest and courteous treatment at all times. 8 We have flour in large quantities at the lowest prices. The celebrated White Swan made from west- ern wheat by Liberty Mills; none as good. Also g Hawks' Best; you all know what it is. See us before S buying. i MORGAN PRODUCE CO. I Cookeville, Tenn. j? oaaeaeecoc cocge&3oeoaaao3frceg? We Write Life Fire Tornado Accident Health and Steam Boiler Insurance RICHARDSON & HALL Real Estate and Insurance Agency Headquarters W. Bryant's Office Day Time, Phone 76. At Home at Night, Sparta St P. 0. Box 12. We Write Liability All Branches Burglar Plate Glass Automobile Insurance Write Bonds i We have a number of houses and lots for sale, also vacant lots for sale or exchange. We have the Joe Jared farm, located in East Cookeville, 60 acres well improved and fine water. Pike runs through this; building inside of corporation. You can buy on easy terms. See owner or J. W. Richardson for price and terms. We also have the John Sadler farm of 200 acres for sale. One of the best farms in the county, located on Mar tin's Creek. Is rented at $600 a year for five years. Can arrange the A rental. See Mr. Sadler or us for prices and terms. O i Watch Repairing I will be in ALGOOD every Sat urday afternoon from 12:30 to 3 o'clock to receive watches and jewelry for repairing and to de liver work. May be found at the store of F. R. Meal, where work may be left at any time. Prices reasonable and work guaranteed. M. H. BORDEN The Jeweler Cookeville, Tenn. !The i i ! ! i I L. M. MYERS LAUNDRY FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED Leave your work at Dr. Ragland's store COOKEVILLE, TENN. Ths GisiJce m DOMESTIC & A SMOOTH jr jfiB payin You can plnco tb( litest inctM. ifonume lif-nut;-tic, the rico&nixd M'jeen of all eaw'i iff rnachmpn.in your hoipp. it it curtlmuui; wht.tt i&vinir ff2 a month. flJiri n &$LA i o v ji varv Brrec.nl ueicm r"d1rpt to you or from or nearer t npruno. A pviffnoiceiii macmirf 4 tup6rKioa of lex. We Will Take Yonr Old Machine 3J?5 rt be ml allowance on a splendid ih DniEK'nUc. And you enn kI'JI tn.ke t' vntn;eof tfia siwciai pries aau eaey terms. Ti The perfect eewmp machine that has always led all ether makes end ia today batter that aver. Two machine in onelock Mitch and chain stitch. Straight drop head, hith arm, ball bearing. A complete get ol alUn hnvnte-, vary onopracUcal, etc., roadofnrevrrv-.ayuiio. Tli i)n.-itic m aravel'ition of modern unwind machine nroBrreR1. Find otitftbouttt. SEND FO! BOOK. FREE, The Truth About Scwir Machinpft." tsllfittr vnn hnw xet ran h:iM fho Annut aaiwHnir rruht-h Ine made At a Hoccinl Low Price and at ONLY $2 a month. I-in wny wo direct wnr we nave no a?fnt and jrive yon a ?5 YKAK (UAKANTKK. Get Ihefaots boiere you buy any machine. 'Shim Free Literature will nave yoj money. Send for ft NOW. Oomaslic Stwinf Mastrmt C , 4ft Jackten BN., Dept. 'J -k Cfetetfa, CHICHESTER S PELLS DIAMOND 00' BRAND LADIES ! Ask rtrnr Irulat for CHI-CHES-TER' DIAMOND BRAND PILLS la Red and. Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Blui Ribbon. TAKE NO OTHER. Ttny oF 7. 1pnll and a.k far CIII.CIIEg.TE DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twenty-five years regarded as Best. Safest, Always Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS fflS- EVERYWHERE HSS SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND In obedience to a decree of the Cir cuit Court at Cookeville. made in the case of Herman Bros., Lindauer & Co. vs. W. F. Clouse, I will, on the 25th day of March, 1911, at noon, in front of the courthouse door in Cookeville, Tenn., sell to the highest and best bidder the land in said decree described, as fol lows: House and lot in the town of Monterey, being lots 27 and 32, inclus ive, Block No. 14, in the plat of said town, which is registered in the Regis ter's office at Cookeville and fully de scribed in Book "7," page 457, being jn tne 14th Civil District of Putnam County, State of Tennessee. Said sale will be subject to the right of homestead. Said sale will be for cash in hand. 8-11 A. L. Weeks, Sheriff.