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DR. W. S. McCLAIN
(OSTEOPATH)
Telephone No. 184
COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE
Office Next Door to Gainesboro Telephone Co.
No Charge for Examination.
Thoroughbred
RHODE ISLAND RED and
PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS
My Reds are the finest in this
part of the country. 75c per 16
at my home. $1.00 delivered.
JIM KIRBY, Cookeville, Tenn.
UTILITY MATING
White Wyandotte Eggs
For Sale at 50c per Setting
MRS. CLAUDE BROWN
R. 6, Cookeville, Tenn. 14
Thoroughbred
INDIAN RUNNER DUCK EGGS
FOR SALE-$1.00 per 15
Mrs. D. D. Terry,
Route 1 Cookeville, Tenn.
L. M. MYERS
LAUNDRY
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Leave your work at Dr. Ragland's store
COOKEVILLE. TENN.
3?3ff3a
Bicycle Supplies
In Stock and Repairing Done by expert
workmen. Bring in your wheels and
get ready to enjoy the Spring riding.
M. H. BORDEN, Cookeville
NATURE'S WARNING
Cookeville Peop'e,' Must Recognize
and Heed It.
Kidney ills come quietly mysterious
ly. But nature always warns you
Notice the kidney secretions.
See if the color is unhealthy
If there aie settlings and sediment,
Passages frequent, scanty, painful.
It's time then to use Doan's Kidney
Pills,
To ward off Bright's disease or dropsy-'
Doan's have done great work in this
locality.
Mrs. mma Edgemon, 414 Trenton
St., Harriman, Tenn., says: "I found
Doan's Pills to be just as represented
and I can recommend them highly, for
I know what they will do. Backache
and pain3 in my sides bothered me, es
pecially when I lifted or stooped. My
kidneys did not act regularly and the
kidney secretions contained sediment.
Doan's Kidney Pills, restored me tc
mucn better health."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Mi lburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. i
Windle
Kind Uiditor. will you give
space in regard to my friends.
The cards came all right and I
promised to give the names of
! those who sent a card. I may
! make a mistake in getting the
names right as some of them are
unknown to me: Mrs. Goolie
McCormack of Monterey; Mode
nia Hawkins, Alice Pigg and Ce
lina Masters of Hilham; Settie
Harris, Walter Langford and
Walter Harris of Windle; Vestie
Hudson of Baxter; Mis3 Annie
Morgan of Davidson; Raena Ray,
Rintha Stringers and Miss Mattie
Bryant of Cookeville, Route 2, I
will remember your birthday and
Hattie Payne of Cookeville; Lou
ella Bilbrey of Allons; M. A. Post
on of Algood; John Warren of
Howell, Indiana; Miss Lola Lee
West of Weatherf ord, Texas ; Mrs.
Harriett Loftis, Hattie Bilbrey,
fEffie Barnes and Cora B. Bilbrey
of Cookeville, Route 7; Walter H.
Dillen at Ft. McKinzie, Wyo.;
Miss Altie Phillips, N. J. Warren
and my grandma of Cookeville,
Route 3.
Yes, Mrs. M. E. Farmer, I am
a native of Overton County,
Tenn. I went to Missouri in 18
99 and came back to Tenne3see in
1904. I like Missouri much bet
ter than Tennessee.
Beathena Warren.
Weatherford, Texas
we nave naa some Daa cases
of measles in this part.
Harrison West, the 8 year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. West,
died March 3rd and was buried
the 4th.
some oi tne iarmers are
through planting corn and others
s ly they will wait until spring to
plant theirs.
1 1 We arecultivatlng 80 acres of
land this year and I guess we will
s jveat this summer as there is
Johnson grass on the most of the
land.
Wheat and oats are looking fine
and the trees and grass are green.
The. people are busy preparing
their ground getting" ready to
plant cotton.
You boys who are going to leave
Tennessee had better come to
Texas this fall and help. me. . .pick
cotton as I am not much of a cot
ton picker I cau't pick more than
500 pounds a day.
I would like to see a letter from
Aunt Jane Bartlett of Goree,
Texas;, also one from Aunt
Mary Bartlett Cookeville, Route
7.
I came to Texas in 1909 and like
this country fine now, but when
I came here I was very much sur
prised to see this counrty for I
thought from what I had , heard
people say that it was as level as
the floor but I found it different.
NONRESIDENT NOTICE
J. N. DeRossettvs. Jane Murdock etal.
In County Court for Putnam County,
, Ttnneesee.
In this cause, it appearing from the
bill, which is sworn to, that Dill ard
Bumbalough, one of the defendants, is
a nonresident of the state, he is, there
fore, hereto required to appear on or
before the rirst Monday in April, next,
before W. O. Watson, clerk of said
court, at office in Cookeville, Tennes
see, and make defence to the bill filed
against him and others in said court by
J. N. DeRossett, or otherwise the bill
will be takt-n for confnssed.
It is further ordered that this notice
be published for four consecutive weeks
in the Pu nam County Herald.
This the 9th day of March, 1911.
W. O. Watson. Clerk.
J. B. Thompson, Solicitor. 10-13
ADVERTISEMENT fo CREDITORS
To the Creditors of C. A. Hall:
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn., in
the case ot Murray, Dibrell Shoe Co. vs,
C. A. Hall et al., the creditors of said
Hall are hereby notified to have them
selves made parties to said cause by pe
tition and prove their respective claims
against said Hall on or before the first
day of August, 1911, or they may be
excluded from the benefits of said suit
and from sharing in the assets of said
Hall.
Said creditors and claimants are here
by notified that by an order of said
Court in said cause, they, and each of
them are hereby enjoined from institut
ing any separate suit against said C.A.
Hall otherwise than by petition in said
pending cause; and all parties now su
ing the said o. A. Hall are erioined
from proceeding m their suits further
than to judgment.
Thi3 Feb. 16th, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
feb23-5mo ' Clerk and Master.
By Algood Carlen, D. C. & M.
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of J. N. Clouse of
Monterey, Tenn.
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn.,
in the case of Futnam Overall Co., et
al, vs. J. N. Clouse, the creditors of J.
N. Clouse are hereby notified to have
themselves made parties to said cause
by petition and prove their claims
against said Clouse on or before June
20th, 1911, provided their said claims
are disputed, or they may be excluded
from the benefit of said suit and from
sharing in the assets of said J, N.
Clouse. ,
Said creditors and claimants are also
hereby notified that by order of said
Court in suii cause, they, and each of
them are enjoined from instituting any
suit against the said J. N. Clouse oth
erwise thsn by petition in said pending
cause; and all parties now suing the
said J. N. Clouse are enjoined from
proceeding in their suits further than
to judgment.
This Dec. 31, 1910.
V. E. Bockman,
jan5-jun20 Clerk and Master.
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the "Creditors of Monterey Coal &
Mining Co.
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn.,
in the case of O. H. Anderson vs. Mon
terey Coal & Mining Co., etal, the
creditors of said company are hereby
notified to haqe themselves made par
ties to s lid cause by petition and to file
and prove their claims against said
company in said cauee on or before the
first day of July, 1911, or they may be
excluded from the benefits of said suit
and from sharing in the assets of said
company.
Said cri Oitors and claimants are, al
so, hereby notified that by order of sa d
Court, in i1 cause, they, and each oi
them, ar- enjoined from instituting any
suit again t said company, otherwise
than by petition in said pending cause;
and all pat ties now suing said company
are enjoined fiom proceeding in theii
suits further than to judgment.
'Ihis Ue:. 31, 1910.
V. E. Bockman,
janS-fimo Clerk and Master.
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Watch Repairing
I will be in ALGOOD every Sat
urday afternoon from 12:80 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. Neal, where work
may be left at any time. Prices
reasonable and work guaranteed.
M. H. BORDEN
The Jeweler Cookeville, Tenn.
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Dr. D. Garf inkle's Eye Reinedy
in Cookeville
This is to announce that I have a full line
of Dr. Garfinkle's Eye Remedy for the
cure of sore eyes, granulated eyelids, wa
tery, itching; burning eyes, scums, wild
hairs, pterygiums and cataracts. It cured
hundreds of others -it may cure you, too.
Try it. Will send it by mail anywhere in
the United States on receipt of $1.00.
Moat respectfully yours;
HENRY ALGOOD, Druggist
Cookeville, Putnam Co., Tenn.
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years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
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The Gcs'iiae
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vou can plac tba latoat
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tyjoen of all eewingr
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txs j it continually while
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The poroct eowinfj rnch'ne that has always led all other
mn;.rxic.'i ij today bet?r than var. Two machino
In oroIocSc GtHch end chain stitch. Straight drop
hend, lih arm, ball bunrin;;. A complete set of ttix'hmenti;-.
vjryonaprwtical.etc.. nude for e ry-flny use. ThelJoineatic i
ttrvela'iun nf my!em nnwinenmrhine progress. Find out about it.
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Machines," telltnff yon bow yoo can have tbe finest sewnitf na-h-Iimi
Hilda t n Rtfocial lxiw Pricu and at ONLY $2 a month. In
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6 LIGHTNING SHOTS
That's what you get if you o;e th
Stevens Krpca x.g fchotgun No. JZO. -
The repeating action is so t..npla
that you can work it w.th only your
(buaib and finger.
No matter how fat you pump this
CCD. you cannot pouiUy ba.k or
dog it.
The empty and the loaded shell
travel by two e; .ifa a routes.
1 her - ii no chance fjt tUuln to meet
and .m.
If your dealer hasn't it, we will
end, cxpiess (.repaid, on receipt of
7 irx Price, tiTo.
Po' t's for Vm Sharpshooter.
fd.J Ir p ;hooter
l tell r what kii.d of
ar tiiort nieretcd lo
i ivritc a letter of advice
,- ' lablj pointer for thu
r : ii :! pshooter. We
i l l v ..t cut to expert
r . ..it-, vbich will not
y.ij a better shot than
.. i. i rj bet will cut down
..i.uiuu:uor bill as well.
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