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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, June 29, 1911, Image 7

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Haviland, Kansas ,
We are having lots of dry
weather here, but that isn't any
thing strange for Kansas.
Wheat is about two-thirds of
a - crop, and corn is looking fine
, for the dry, weather and harvest
ing is in full blast. -
I was back in Tennessee last
winter and worked about a week
for,60c a day and have got a man
hired to cook for us through har
vesting and it costs me $2 a day
to get my cooking done.
We live for those who love us,
For those who know us true;
For the Heaven that shines about us.
And waits our coming too.
For the cause that needs assistance,
For the wrong that needs resistance,
For the future in the distance,
. For the good that we can do.
I was born and reared in Ten
nesse and lived there until I was
24 and like to hear from that good
old state. Roey Campbell.
Feel languid,' weak, run down? Head
ache? Stomach off? Just a plain case
of lazy liver.- Burdock Blood Bitters
tones the liver and stomach, promotes
digestion, purifies the blood.
Shipley -
: We have just had a good rain
and everything looks fresh and
'fine in this part of the moral vin
yard, and the farmers are going
slick shaved this week and I guess
the -prices were cut since the
rain. - "A -v:-rv-The
sick in this community are
all improving except Wash Rid
dle who was badly shocked re
cently, but it is hoped he will
recover soon. -1. ; ; ;
' Say, strangers, if you should
pass through here and see this
throng of people don't get excit
ed and think it is ah army it is
just a crowd of blackberry pick
ers. ; ; ' . "";r -
" - We had a wedding in this part
. Sunday. We wish Mr. and Mrs.
Bowden a long anB happy life.
I would be glad of a birthday
card, my birthday is v July 12th,
Cookeville, Route 3 will reach me,
Isaac Jackson.
Dry Valley
There was preaching at our
church the second Sunday morn
ing and at Brown's Mill in the
, evening. , :, .
Misses Mattie Phifer and Vir
gie Randolph visited Lillian Isom
. Tuesday evening.""
s Mrs. Catherine Randolph is no
better. Dry Valley Girls.
Baxter
Johnnie Ellison visited Carlie
," Maddux Sunday evening. . ' :
Horace Gentry," Claud Sutton
and Brushie Patton took dinner
with Charlie Hughes Sunday.
W. C. Hughes went to Buffalo
' Valley Friday and' lost his hat,
and says he will wear a cap next
time. ' Single Boy.-
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How Would This Look in Your Home?
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.
FiveKrause
Piano
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. -' v
, Each candidate will have five chances to qualify for a prize piano.
HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES
Herald Printine is Always Right
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WHO DO YOU THINK OUGHT TO HAVE THE PIANO?-
Fill but the coupon at once'and send it in. - It will count 1,000 votes for your candidate.
COUPON
Good for 1,000 votes when used to nomi
nate a new -- candidate in the P. M. Smith
Krause Piano Contest.; I vote for
P. M. Smm
COOKEVILLE, TENN.
West Side . .
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W Make your purchases at P. M. Smith's store and get your friends to do likewise. Every y
f dollar purchase means 100 votes. And every dollar paid to the Putnam County Herald is . y
W " good for 100 votes. The ballot box is open and sample prize )iano on exhibiion at P. M. I
W Smith's store. Contest officially open with this announcement and will continue without; Y f
Li inorrvinHnn nnfif TWpmher 24. 1911. Watch this DaDer for further announcements. V 1
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Opposite Depot ( V
5 Watch Kepai
IS I will be in ALGOOD every Sat-
o'clock to receive watches and
jewelry for repairing: and to de-'
liver work. May be found at the
atnrfl of F. R. Neal. where work
I may be left at any time. Prices
reasonaoie ana wont guarumeeu.
r M H RORDEN
The Jeweler Cookeville, Tenn.
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Co
okeville
Bottl
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CARBONATED BEVERAGES
In All the Popular ' Flavors
Strictly High Grade Products. ; Erery Bottle Sterilized
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The Herald does Printing" Correctly and in an Artistic Manner

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