Miss Mai Reed took dinner with
the writer Sunday.
Hello, Cousin Ida Hughes,
appreciated reading your letter,
Would have liked it better if I had
' been there to help you eat fish
and cabbage, but I had fish for
Crops are looking fine, but wTe
haven't had any rain for some
nelio. Uncle J ere btarnes, we
would like to hear from you
through the Herald.
We are having a good Sunday
school atiLong Branch.
Mrs. Elizabeth Garrison is vis
iting the writer this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fox of
Cookeville visited Mrs. Flora
Reed iast week.
Rev. J. F. Halley will preach
on Long Branch at 11 a. m. Sun
Meat and corn-bread are com
mon with folks at this place.
Titus Hoggard visited his son,
Tyria Hoggard of Oaklysgate,
Mrs. Mallie Dun died recently
Hello, Uncle Tyria Roberson
I would be glad to hear from you.
Miss Ada Bras well has been
very sick, but is some better now.
Mrs. Alice Allison, come again,
your letter was fine.
Miss Maggie Williams, I let us
hear from you. I would sure be
glad to see you as we have been
Plowing corn and cutting
wheat is the order of the day.
Harrison Starnes visited the
writer the 5th Sunday in May.
Cheapest accident insurance Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil. Stops the pain
and healslhe wound. All druggists sell it
I enjoy reading the Herald let
ters so much. I think it is a nice
We have just had a little show
er which was needed very much.
Pauline, your letter was good
last week, come again.
Mrs. Lou Wilson and her daugh
ter, Myrtle, are in Livingston for
a few days. .
Hello," Carrie, how are you? I
am still looking for that picture.
Several from here went to
Monterey Saturday. t
Laura Tudor of Algood, wake
up and give us the news.
Mrs. Julia Newberry of Mont
erey is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Simcox, at this
Myrtie A., get a ten-cent move
on yourself and write to the Her
Say, S. S., why don't you an
swer my card?
Hello, Amy P., do you know
me? I certainly would like to
see you. Sugar Bowl.
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How Would This Look in Your Home?
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' We paid $350 for it; yours for nothing. Want this piano? It belongs to the person re
ceiving the greatest number of votes in our first voting contest. Fill out the coupon below
and nominate yourself or a friend. It will cost you or the friend nothing. Act quickly.
Five Krause Piano Prizes
Fibst Prize to the person receiving the highest number votes, a Krause Piano worth $350.
Second Prize a due bill for $260 to apply as part payment on a Krause Piano.
Third Prize a due bill for $250 to apply as part payment on a Krause Piano.
Fourth Prize a due bill for $240 to apply as above.
Fifth Prize a due bill for $230 to apply as above.
- ' Each candidate will have five chances to qualify for a prize piano. '
HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES
Make your purchases at P. M. Smith's store and get your friends to do likewise. Every : A
dollar purchase means 100 votes. And every dollar paid to the Putnam County Herald is f
good for 100 votes. The ballot box is open and sample prize piano on exhibiion at P. M. W
Smith's store. Contest officially open with this announcement and will continue without ;WV
interruption urftil December 24, 1911. Watch this paper for further announcements. Q
WHO DO YOU THINK OUGHT TO HAVE THE PIANO? Q
Fill out the coupon at once and send it in. It will count 1,000 votes for your candidate. Q
West Side ' Opposite Depot ( j
Good for 1,000 votes when used to nomi
nate a new candidate in the P. M. Smith
Krause Piano Contest. I vote for
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 P. R. Neal, where work
may be left at any time. Prices
reasonable and work guaranteed.
M. H. BORDEN
The Jeweler Cookeville, Tenn.
Cookeville Bottling Works
In AH the Popular Flavors
Strictly High Grade Products, pvery Bottle Sterilized
The Herald does Printing Correctly and in an Artistic Manner
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