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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, July 20, 1911, Image 2

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Route 7
Threshing wheat is the go.
Wheat is good this time and
corn looks . well considering the
dry weather.
The people in our community net next time and tie it tight
The country is fine and I think
it is the only way you can enjoy
natural living.
Say, you Single Boy of Baxter.
tell W. C. Hughes to wear a bon-
censions. There were nine bal
loons started from Kansas City,
Mo, which i3 27 miles from where
I live. Three of them passed over
the town. The others were
visible.
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of C. A. Hall;
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Term.', in
the case of Murray, Dibrell Shoe Co. vs.
C. A. Hall et al.. the creditors of said
Hall are hereby notified
were shocked to hear of the death
of Donald Hampton. He was
drowned and his body was laid
to rest at Dotson Branch.
The writer and Miss Martha
Dickerson attended the children's
day ot Dotson Chapel last Sunday.
Walter Langford and Miss
Mary Dickerson attended the
Dotson Branch Sunday.
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uome on, Lioia ijee west, your
letters are fine. -
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neuo, sister Liorety, i guess
you will be much surprised when
you see Kelley.
Rosa West.
Houston Proffitt of Sale Creek, this evening that four of tnem
your letter was first rate, write had fallen.
again soon. Mrs. Perry Deck and Mrs.
Wheat stacking seems to be the Henry Willett spent Tuesday with
order of the day around here. Mrs. Sid Willett.
The balloon did not ascend the Clark Freeman is on the sick list
Fourth on account of it being too this week.
Ine news reached here selves made parties to said cause by pe-
ramy.
1T.I. - T ' T
jNODoay s leaning, i pity you
on the third Monday of July.
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joia Liee west, write again as
we haven't heard from you in so
long a time. ' .
Mrs. W. M. Judd would like to
hear from Route 2.
Herald circle, remember me the
Whitson Bros', special is prov- 30th of July and send me a card.
ing a great success, and is still
going on. Read their page ad.
and take advantafie of. the low
prices they are making on stand-
are goods.
Route 6
Bro. Gentry, I would -like to
have thai song you played and
sang for Bro. Pruett at meeting.
The title of it is, "Hold Out to
the End".
Wheat is good and corn is look
ing fine. Oats and hay are short.
The sick have all about recov
ered.
Early Freeman and family at
tended the children's day at Dot
son Chapel last Sunday.
t S. A. West, you wanted to
know who Lola Lee West is, she
is Fletcher West's daughter I
think, and Lizzie West is Fate
West's daughter: my maiden
name was West.
Sister E. of Poplar Springs. I
will look for you during the fair.
Loretty of Kansas City, I wish
you would write to the Herald.
Johnnie Lee made a flying trip
I will send my name before then.
- Rose Bud.
' 'Generally debilitated for years. Had
sick headaches, lacked ambition, was
worn-out and all run-down. Burdock
Blood Bitters made me a well woman.
Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moosuy, Conn.
Kearney, Mo.
Dear Herald readers as I have
n't written to this paper for
some time I will give you people
a few items from this section.
We are certianly needing rain. Yellow, Okla.
Haven't had any rain to speak Misses Bertha and Bulah Nance
of for 8 weeks. attended the picnic at Odell,
Wheat crops are very good and Texas.
Mrs. Burr Quails. I am still
looking for an answer to the
letter that is due me.
Wake up, Cousin James Lee,
and tell us about the Fourth at
Livingston. We had a very quiet
Fourth here us there were no
fire works on account of the dry
ness. Eunice Willett.
Elmer, Okla.
We had a good rain yesterday;
farmers say it will make lots of
cotton in thispart of the coun
try.
The wntter with family at
tended the Masonic picnic at
Odell, Texas, Saturday,
Prof. S. B. Starnes and family
have moved to Hereford, Texas,
or near mere, where s. is. will
teach school for four months
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adn return to his school at
corn is looking reasonably well
Fruit is a little scarce here. ;
It looks favorable for rain to
night. Glad to hear you, Put
nam County people were having
rain.
Uncle Doc Woods finding no
windows in this part of the coun
-try interested in matrimony has
moved farther east.
Would like to see a letter in the
Herald from M. J. Starnes, Van
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 C. A. Hall are enjoined
from proceeding., in their suits further
than to judgment.
This Feb. 16th, 1911. - .
V. E. Bockman,
feb23-5mo Clerk and Master.
By Algood Carlen, D. C. & M.
No. 1777 -NON-RESIDENT
NOTICE V
In Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn.
John W. Willett vs. W. C. Byers et al. ;
In this cause, it appearing from tne
return of the Sheriff of Putnam County
on subpoena to answer, that Haskell
Byers, one of the defendants, is a non
resident of the State, he is therefor
hereby required -to appear on or before
the first Monday in August, 1911, be-'x
fore the Clerk and Master of said court
at his office in Cookevil e, and make de
fense to the bill filed acrainst him in
said court by John W. Willett, or other
wise tne bill will be taken for confessed.
It is further ordered that notice ha
published for four consecutive weekTTin
the Putnam County Herald.
This July 3rd, 1911.
V. E. Bockman,
Clerk and Master.
By Algood Carlen, D. C. & M. 27-4
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Bargain I
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I am in a position to sell,
you a paying
Mr. O wen Rector, Mr. Sam .Wil- Alstyne.and Lee Foster at Celina,
lett received your letter all right. Texas.
You wanted to know who Sallie
Willett is. She is wife of Henry
Willett. The writer is the
daughter of Henry Willett
Cousin Pairzetta I ' enioved
tu Jackson County last Sunday, reading your letter, and hope you
Myrtle Lee.
Carbondale, Illinois
I do not live in Tennessee but
did about ten years ago, and
would like to see the dear old
place. V
I like your newsy little Herald
and could not resist the tempta
tion of trying my skill.
received many birtrday cards.
Motner received several nice
cards. She wishes to thank the
ones who sent them. It was her I
50th birthday and a very enjoy
able one. Quite a number of i
friends and relatives were pre
sent. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Stafford. Mrs.
Sam Robinson at Frisco, Texas,
wake up and . write our little
paper a long letter.
Harrison Starnes.
Buy your summer and fall suit
now. iney are going at cost
during our great reductton sale.
Whitson Bros.
Silver Point
As my time is nearly up I guess
I had better send in my 25c for
one more year subscription, and
I will add a little more to it for
I Drug Store
In a good town and country
Reason for selling, owner
has other business. If you
mean business write to
f
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Harrison Starnes
King's Drug Store
ELMER, OKLAHOMA
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which please send the Herald to
Thank God for the little show- B.B.Stockton and daughter, Miss Thomas and "Alfred Carr, Fate,
er, and I hope it will pour down.
The weather has been very dry,
although it is raining at this
writing. r
W. Marcus Judd has the finest
wheat in the country.
The writer had her first experi
ence in milking a cow about a
month ago and can now milk
three.
Little Melvin Judd has not been
well for about a week, but is
better at this .writing. V
Marcus Judd and family visit
ed Will Ball last Sunday.'
Mary Harmon, Hilrey Eldridge, Texas.
Mr. Sid Willett and family. Mr. Jim Carr and wife are on the
Sam Willett and wife; Mrs. Mary sick list this week.
Amos, John H. Gragg and wife, We are having some dry weath-
and Bill Willett. er and corn is needing rain."
John Matthews and familv Protracted meeting begins at
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We Will Take Your
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day. , ;
Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Quails are
the happy parents of a baby girl.
invited to come. -'
Mr. Editor, I see in Mr. Smith's
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Cousin Fred Noah, it looks like dollar paid to the Herald counts
you might write to your cousin 100 votes for a candidate, if I am
once in a while. entitled to any votes on this
I suppose some of you people please give them to Miss Bessie
'have read about the balloon as-1 Kinnaird. Grover Carr.
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