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Hello there. Cousin S. M. Bul- lington, how are you getting along baching? Have you ever lost your dishrag any more. I would like to get around close and see you getting breakfast, making those biscuits. Mrs. Rebecca and Miss Edna West were guests of mother and toe writer Saturday. Mrs. J. L. Judd and Mrs. S. M. Bullington of Nashville are up spending a few days with their father. Uncle R. F. Pippin, who is very feeble. The last I heard of Matt Brew ington he was saying it was a ten-pound boy. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Lewis and "grand-daughter were guests of Mr. Brewington and family Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lee visited her mother Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Lewis and children spent Saturday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lewis. Mrs. and Mrs Zeb Carr went to Cookeville Saturday. Cousin Charlie Bradford, I will answer your letter in a few days. Come on all you Texas people with your news. I would like to see a letter from you all as I have some cousins out there. Cousin J. L. Judd, how are you getting along since you sold your colt? I would like to read a letter in the Herald from J. T. Carr of Foyil, Okla., as he is my brother. Wonder if B. C. Lindsey is still shooting at coffee pots thinking they are rabbits? Fannie Carr. We just want you to see some of the best clover seed you ever looked at. Jere Whitson Hardware Co. Bushing Dear Editor and Readers : Ab sence makes the heart grow fonder, so I am calling again. School at Rushing Springs closed today. Our teacher, Miss Effie Windle returned to her home near Monroe Sunday. We wish her great success. She has done a noble work here this fall. We also extend our appreciation to Mr. Grider Looper, our assist ant teacher. Wade Wilson begins a ten days singing at College Hill Monday. Rev. Wilmoth will preach at Rushing Springs Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Lula Speck, Stella Quails and Delia Looper from Quails visited school Friday. Radford Wilson begins a ten days singing at Rushing Springs Saturday, only teaching Satur day evening and Sunday. Every body invited to join our band. Come on you writer from Sink ing Cane and give us the news, also your name. Chester Brown, tell us the news from Livingston. I am so glad you are trying for an edu cation and beginning while so young to lay up your treasures in heaven. Keep trying, little friend, and in the dawn of the beautifnl morning you then shall reap your reward. Your brother Dnnnie took dinner with me to day. . Just before the election Mr. McMillin said in one of his speech es, "Who is B. W. Hooper?" I will answer his question now. He is governor of Tennessee, our good old volunteer state. He didn't get this office through politics but the good people of both parties. Carley Bilbrey, give us the news of the West. I am plan ning to go to Livingston shortly and enter school. Hope you will visit school then. Walter and Kate Verble, we are looking for you home Satur day. Winnie Parris, Honey Cup was was out there Wednesday, why didn't you come? Dont guess the people there will want any more souce meat soon. Florence Hargis from Craw ford visited schoolmates and friends here this week. Get out of the way, Tom, and let this pass. Effie Key. Buy your timothy seed from Jere Whitson Hardware Co. Wanette, Oklahoma I have seen so many letters in the Herald from the Western peo ple I thought I would jot down a few lines from Wanette. Jeff Henry's children have the mumps. The youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary Conley has peumonia fever. Mrs. Delia Grant visited the writer Saturday . night. Quite a number of young folks went to a box supper at Cross Roads Thursday night and re ported a nice time. Charlie Hutcheson and sister, Miss Lonia, and Ike Stover were welcome guests at Mrs. Mary Conley 's Sunday. Susie May Neal come on with your letters as you and I are cousins. How is Aunt Lydia? Hope you all are well. I would like to see a letter in the Herald from Monterey, Route 1. You Rocky Point writer, write often and'sign your real name. Tabor Conley and wife were guests of Mrs. Mary Conley Saturday. Lee Grant made flying trip to Wanette Tuesdao. Ollie Henry, what is the mat ter with you, why don't you write? J. M. H. Buy your Burt oats from Jere Whit son Hardware Co. P. C. FARLEY B. S. HALL Cookeville Produce Co. B. S. HALL, Manager We are in the market for Poultry, Eggs and Country Pro duce and will pay highest market prices, spot cash. ' We re spectfully solicit a part of your business, and shall endeavor to please every patron, by fair and courteous treatment. Noonan Building Near Depot West Cookeville 1FSIF a, D We have just received a car of strictly choice field seeds, including Burt and White Oats, Red Clover, Sapling Clover, Timothy, Redtop, Bluegrass and Or chard Grass. We bought these seed when the mar ket was at its lowest, and are going to offer them on a cash basis for a very small margin of profit. If you are in the market for field seed we. are in position to save you some money. Don't fail to see us before you buy. Remember we sell nothing but strictly choice seed and for less money than you can buy poor seed elsewhere. Phone, write or come to see us. Epperson, Harp, Pointer & Co. ALGOOD, TENN. An Incorporated Stock Company. Cash Paid-up Capital $100,000. Assets Over $200,000. No Assessments fry I If rkl I lulL QUICK Settlement 100,000 Good, Sound Mares, Stallions, Geldings and Mules To be insured in 1911 in the American Live Stock Insurance Company of Indianapolis, Indiana. DO YOU KNOW That the American Live Stock Insurance Company pays for death for any and every natural cause? This includes Fire, Lightning, if desired, Cyclone, Disease, Accident, or for a Broken Leg? That you can take out a 80-day foaling policy on your brood mare before foaling time? Insures life of mare but not the colt. That the American will write a policy on the life of any sound stallion, mare or gelding? Under certain agea and at rates' governed by the purpose used. The insurance is for a definite amount and a fixed, equable rate for guaranteed protection? It includes farm, work, driving, race and matinee horwes. American Live Stock Insurance Co. 302 SAKS BUILDING, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA HARRY C. NAYLOR Secretary REFERENCES Any Bank in Indianapolis and our Policyholders STERLING R. HOLT President Every Prudent Farmer and Horse Owner Should Carry Some Insurance on His Live Stock Call on J. W. RICHARDSON, Special Agent COOKEVILLE, TENN.