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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, June 29, 1911, Image 6

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Orders Received and Returned by Mail or Express.
Gent's Measurements for Order-made Suits. Samples open.
CHARLES H. CARPENTER, Livingston Tenn.
Siubbdrri Case
..." MI was under the treatment of two doctors," writes
Mrs. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro
nounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak
ness. I was not able to sit up, when' I commenced to
take Cardui. - r
I used it about one week, before I saw much change.
Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for vers,
has gone, and I don't suffer at alt I am feeling better than
in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui."
take
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Woman'sTonic
if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any
of the troubles so common to women. N
Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed
of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the
womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up
the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system.
Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years.
Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they
received from it . Try it for ypur troubles. Begin today. I
Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.,
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book. " Home Treatment for Women," aejf tree J 52
GIVING THIS PIANO AWAY
We are going to give this handsome piano
absolutely free, to the lady who, secures the
. .most votes in our great popularity contests
See the vote as published in this paper. r All
: purchases from us or the Herald may vote.
THE MONTEREY MERCANTILE CO.
Buffalo Valley, R.1
Well, I suppose as I am now a
full flledged citizen of this town,
town and being a Route carrier,
a smau ouncn 01 news irom our
town and the route too would not
be out of place.
We kinder think we are it now
2 pikes leading out of here un
der construction and a third lead
ing out to the old Walton Road
from Cookeville to Lebanon all
finished. Oh! I forgot fb tell you
we have a railroad too the T. C.
runs all the way from Hairp
man to Nashville via this place.
. Maddux and Maddux recently
purchased the entire business of
C. B. Maddux and will run anup
to date mercantile establishment.
W. W. Jared returned from
Nashville Satnrday night, he
shipped a carload of stock.
Miss Rettie Cowan is visitihg
friends in Cookeville.
Mrs. Altie Lancaster of Lan
caster is in town visiting rela
tives. - . ,
'Dr. Lamb, the dentist, is locat-j
ea over jones store worKing on
everybody's teeth that needs
work and are willing for it to be
done. . ? V-f
Lee McDearman of Gainesboro
and little daughter, Stella, visit
ed his sister and family, Mrs. R.
G. Apple, on Route 1 last week.
He went to Nashville Saturday."
Albert Elrod, foreman of the
new pike, has' moved his family
from Cookeville and are "now oc
cupymg tne unaney Maddux
house near the depot. '
Mrs. C. H. Clark, the substi
tute rural mail carrier for No. 1,
made her first trip alone carrying
the mail last Saturday.
At last, the drouth has broken.
Have had nice showers for a day
or so past which has done much
good. The farmers are proud,
indeed, of the nice rains.
Misses Carrie Owings and Paul
ine Huddleston of R. 1 are visit
ing their cousin," Mrs. Charley
Ballard at Franklin, Tenn.
0. B, Short and family, the
new depot agent for the T. C.
Road, have moved into town and
taken charge of the depot. Vfe
welcome Mr. and Mrs. Short to
our town. C. H. C.
why don't you .write to the Her
ald onceln a while as you write
good letters. I wish you would
pay us another visit this fall, No
ra, I of ten think of the good days
we have spent together. I
There isn't much fruit through
thisxpait of the country.
Cousin Ina, why don't you
write? II sure would like to see
you and your children.
There has been lots of sickness
here this summer.
M. M. L. of Cookeville. R. 6,
you may look for me about fair
time as I aim to go to , the fair
and as you live there close I will
make that my head quarters. E.
Rocky Point
Corn crops, are- looking very
well for dry weather.
We had a good rain Sunday
which was very badly needed.
Carlen Miller and wife visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bohan
non, last week. v '
Mr. Barney Madewell and Miss
Mary Lee were married June 18th
We wish them a long and happy
life. - :
There will be a Sunday school
convention at Rocky, Point: on
Saturday before the 3rd Sunday
in July. Everybody invited to
attend. y':';'
School at this place will begin
the third Monday in July.
Nobody's Darling. -
Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or
burns' without a scar. Cures piles, ec-
i zema, salt rheum, any itching. - Doan s
I Ointment , Your druggist sells it. -
Poplar Springs
Crops look verywell this sum
mer.
Wheat is good but oats are
short.
People are about half through
laying by corn. '
Garden stuff is short on the ac
count of dry weather, although
we had a good rain about a week
ago and it is raining today;
Mrs.' Nora G. of -Miller, .Mo.,
. .. V; Bells, Texas
" Mrs. Alice Allison, your letter
was fine.
I think our paper gets better
every week. ...
It is real . hot and .dry here.
Corn won't make an ear," and
cotton is dieing for the want of
rain. . ',' - i-.v'-.:.'':.
People sure do look blue in this
part of the country, and everyone
is still hauling water and no
where to haul it from so you see
we are in a bad fix.
The writea spent last week
with Fred Noah and family.
Everett, their only child, who
has never been well, is worse , at
this writing.
Austin Choat and family are
well, but Austin looks blue.
Hello,-Eunice Willett of Kear
ney, M.
Say. Linnie Staley, let me com
plement youand your boy's photo, ;
it was fine.
Whitewright was - visited last
Monday; by a fire which originat
ed in a trash heap. Forty-three
business houses were destroyed -
and from sixty to, seventy-five :
residences totally lost or badly
damaged. . t
Hello, Z. B. Say lory of Cooper.
Tex. , I received your letter and
will answer soon. . . C
Readers of the Herald, remem
ber me on the 11th of July and
send me a card.
Pairzetta Vincent
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