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, Pleasant Hill St. John, Kansas
Mrs. Abbie Brown and daugh- As I have just finished reading ter Jimmie Brown visited the the Herald I feel like I had been Ramseys Sunday. visiting with friends and neigh- Mrs. John Eldndge visited Mrs. bors. I see so many names that James Cooley Sunday. . look familiar although most of Casto Gooch was seen going you hava grown up since I left towards Ramsey's Sunday. dear old Tennessee. But I once James Cooley visited his daugh- knew your parents and grand- ter, Miss Ada, at Crossville Sun- parents of so many. day. ' It is very hot and dry here. Miss Emma Dodge, .who has People are all through harvest- been sick at her home for a short ing. time, was taken ta Nashville last The wheat crop was light and Monday for. a surgical operation, corn is needing rain badly, and She is improving and expects to gardens.and" fruit are drying up. to be home soon. Miss Roberts, Well, July the 26th is my birth- who went with her returned home day and I would appreciate a card Sunday. . - from any reader of the Herald Mr. and Mrs. Dodson and Miss as a cheap post card will mean so Millie Frey went to Big Bottom much to me. t p o Special Sale to Introduce 2 THE LATEST IMPROVED I STANDARD MODEL A I I TALKING MACHINE J Special Sale Price last week fishing. , Mrs. Abbie Brown and Miss Millie Frey visited Mrs. McCor- mack Saturday evening. You Tennessee girls had better look out as there is an old Kansas bachelor who has gone back there looking for something or some body, and he has a house but no Isaac Clark and Nannie Peek spent Sunday with Maggie Say- cook. Mrs. M. C. Fergus, lors. ' Route 2. ; juubiiib jjuw (uiu xicti wnoiii I NoW is the time to buy goods is wrong max you air nave rs- cheap. We have made a clean te" . e . . , . sweep on practically everything miss xianger nas returned to in our store. Remember this sale the Hall after visiting friends for doges July 30th r 7 i the past week. ' hello, Mrs. KODinson, mama thinks she will get all the grapes she can eat as we have plenty. Pauline. ' Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Com plexion sallow? Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious attacks. 25 cents at any drug store. Bloomington, Route 1 Having been a. silent reader of your valuable paper a long time and never have written any, but seeing so many letters from over the United States I could not refrain from giving your read ers the news of this part of the moral vineyard which leaves all Whitson Bros. Meridian, Mississippi May and most 01 June were dry here. Crops were clean and in good condition when the rains set in the latter part of June. The crop pospects here are very flattering. Early corn is about made. Bolls are forming on cot ton. . The Fourth was a gala day for Meridian. Mr. Gill of the Wright Company gave two exhibitions in nis airs nip. me nrst one only went about four hundred feet high. He curved around and swooped down and up again with an ease, bome ouzzaras were EACH One Only to Every Purchaser All that is required to secure this beautiful high grade $25 machine at this low price is that you pur chase with each machine only 27 Standard Double Disc Records at 65c each. This double disc record is the equal of any record made. Music on both sides. M. H. BORDEN $ Jewelry and Stationery : : Cookeville, Tenn . i i i i ii rejoicing over tne good rain falling softly upon the house-tops leisurelv about until thev J iU J i. 1 . i.1 J " " arm uie ueep tuueu tuuauerB fright at the huge bird that rolling Deyond tne trownmg mils w Mrrvino. Mr r Hpfla, 1 J ' if J..L.. 1. I " " " - " " " wmcn reimuua ux uux uuty ui ed them and said he W0Uld have mm woo does an tnings wen. caught them if they had not dart iiic iicupic ate vci y uuaj iajr- j j flmonff thfl' trffi tnns ing corn by; - " ' ' " ' r wupr. nlH t fnlinw ' Th Crops look promising and haye Lnnr1 fllVhi wwa9Aid fn i r it '.li.?iJ o ' " r oeen very wen cuiuvaveu. ahnf twn thnnsnnrl W nH Gardens suffered some, and rrtlll A sr tnA ... 1 VT UU1U UaiC U1KUV1 li t VVltlU had not interfered. He descend- Irish potatoes are almost a fail- UrtJ. . a1an rani A tr monw fVirtiinrVif Via Hon. Morgan btout or spring machine had become unmanag. able. He lit in a .! cotton field in Fork was a pleasant visitor this part last of the week. Say, what has become of Dr. Mumps? : His ; prescription was good. If he is not dead I would like to hear from Route 9. Elder B. S. Goolsby preached an interesting sermon at Free Union last Lord's day. His sub ject The Hope of the Soulwas relished by all. He will be back the 3rd Sunday in July and all are invited to attend. ; Bethel Carrington. about a quarter of a mile from the fair grounds where he made his start and where he made his start and where he intended to light had it not been for the gale. At 10 a. m. Bilbo, candidate for Lieutenant Governor, spoke to a large and enthusiastic crowd in a grove near town. He pro ceeded to take the lid, off and ex pose the fraud in the legislature that defeated Jas. K. Vardaman for U. S. Senotor. At 7:30 in the evening' Vardaman arrived and was met at the depot by a throng of admirers who picked him up and placed him on a cart drawn by 80 yoke of oxen. With a man on each of the 160 steers and 100 on horse-back, a throng on foot and five brass bands paraded through the main streets of the town. Men, womenA and child ren pushed through the mass to try to touch the hem of "his gar ment, notwithstanding there was I a continual drizzle of rain. He was so hoarse he could hardly be heard as he spoke out in the open air on tne square, un account of the rain I didn't attend the Vardaman rally, but it was no trouble to hear them, yelling two miles away. With all this there was very little if any drinking and no fighting. The half has not been told but I must close for this time. ' M. G. Matheney. is Lone Oak The health in this vicinity reasonably good. Rev. M. Judd's baby has pneu- moma. Corn crops look very well in this section v There is Snnday school at Lone Oak every Sunday at 9 o'clock. Rev. M. Judd preoched , the first Sunday 'night in July at Lone Oak. , The soldier's decoration at Bloomington Spring July 4th was , conducted by Rev. M. Judd. Both the Gray and the Blue took an infprpat. murohintr unHpr tint same flag. Memorial services were held in the evening with great interest. The singing was condueted by Bob Gentry, I will say to all my friends and relatsves, come on with yoar let ters, I would be glad to hear from you all. Rev. M. Judd. Sherman, Texas ! I like to read the letters in the Herald. ' '0::' v We are having nice weather here now. v . I like Tennessee fine but like Texas better. ' - i : V( Jeff Warren, we would like . to hear from you. Come on, Lola Lee West, with. your letters. I like to hear from. you, ' We left Tennessee in 1904. I have two sisters living int Tennessee, whom I would like to see. ' Babe.