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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, July 20, 1911, Image 3

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Picking black berries is the or
der of the day. r
Ollie Carr visited her parents
Sunday.
Will Lafever returned home
There are quite a number of
schools through the country and
every community boasts a good
school, there being nineteen dif
ferent school houses in the coun
ty some of these having as high
' a
o
from Haviland, JCas., a few days as four teachers, this does not in
ago. - ..l elude the Crowell Independent
Come on, Roey": Campbell of School, there beingnine teachers
Haviland, Kas.v I was sure glad in this school.
to read a letter in the Herald from I would advise anyone interest
you. - '. ed to come and take a look at
Hello, Bertha Campbell, I was this country and you can then get
glad to get your card and you bet your own ideas of whot this coun
I would be glad to see you.
Aunt Mary Ann of Decater,
Texas, why don't you write to
the Herald? I sure would like
to hear from you.
Fate Burgess and wife visited
Shote Price Sunday.
Come on, Mollie Dahuff, with
your letters.
Miss Leona McBoom of Chico,
Texas, why don t you write to
the Herald?
Mrs. Sarah Jane Carr. visited
Mrs. Pelmo Scott Friday after
noon. Effie and Bessie Carr spent
Sunday evening with Miss Rinda
Lollar. Effie Carr.
try is.
,Sid Verble.
Now is the time to buy goods
cheap. We have made a clean
sweep on practically everything three girls were born unto
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.
Broils
Adlia Burgess Terry Broils de
parted this life May-26th, 1911.
She was the daughter of James
and CarolineBurgess, bom and
T TTT1 'I y"t ' .
rearea- in wnice uounty, near
Cherry Creek. She obeyed the
gospel at bid Smyrna Church in
Putnam County many years ago
and lived the christian life until
death. She was married to Mr.
Jess Terry of Putnam County
when quite a young lady. They
lived together for several vears;
them
in our store. Remember this sale
closes July 30th.
; Whitson Bros. .':
j i
Crowell, Texas
Having quite a few friends in
your vicinity who have asked that
I give them a description of this
country I take this method of
telling them what I know of Tex
as and Foard County.
Foard County is the producer
of wheat, cotton, corn,-oats, mi-lo-maize
and kaffir corn, some al
falfa, sorghum, and as fine wat
ermelons as grow anywhere.
The wheat crop will this year run
from eight to twenty-five bushels
per acre, and prospect were never
better for cotton and since the
recent rains over the conn ty in
the last week the farmers are
estimating from one-third tp one
are estimating the number of C(e , hadT other
bales to be shipped from this Peopie ao, our i lanea to recog
place for the ; coming season at nlzQrmany of hem;- n u,
nncsnH hck ! Sh.e WSS 0Ile God's noble
fWonH nbfi AM nn W WOme wh withjUi her gentle
this year on account the dry
wben Terry died and left her to
rear the little girls which she did.
She was never a very" strong wo
man and her health came very
near giving away in Terry's life
time. - ...
About five years ago she was
united in marriage to Mr. 'Amos
Broils of near Sparta. Her
health gave way again last fall or
inter from which she never re
covered.
She was such a sweet little wo
man and such a beautiful corpse.
She always had a smile on her
face while living and it still re
mained when "she was. dead. She
was the only corpse that I
saw. '.'-... ;:. " . '. '.'
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i always Denevea sne was my
friend and I loved her as , dearly
as anyone I ever knew, except
my loved ones at home. Of
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M. H. BORDEN J
Jewelry and Stationery : : Cookeville, Tenn j
ever
weather that we had just at the
time these two products should
have made. Last yar some corn
made forty bushels per acre and
oats made from -twenty-five to
fifty, bushels and one or two
farms made as high as
bushels of oats per acre.
ness, sweetness and sunshine has
gone from this world of sorrow
to be with the Lord and rest for
evermore. " tabitha.
V Sorrento, Fla. s : :
Dear Herald and Readers:
I will write a few word 3 as I
ninety have been silent for a few weeks.
We are having rain most every
products that take the place of Cousin Mai
corn in way of feed stuff and are I was glad to
a never failing crop, and the av- the Herald, .
erage is thirty to ninety bushels s. Write me a letter?
per acre.
H. of Lancaster,
see your letter in
Mrs. Jackel has gone to
Chicago to spend the summer
with het parents.
Mrs. J. A. Go wart has gone to
Georgia, where she will spend
wo or three months.
Manassie Cowart was called
home to the bedside of his bro
ther, who is very low
L. G. Hughes and little son
Ty rah will leave here the 12th
for Tennessee where they will
spend a few weeks with their
parents and grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs.Lake made a busi
ness trip to Mt. Dora, Tuesday.
The people are through shipp
ing melons and they are so cheap
now-you can get most any size
for five cents. ,
Dr. Roberson' since he has
come to Flordia can't go through
the country two or three miles
with out getting lost.
Jay Stanley moved from the
mill to Poptky Lake ten miles j
from here, where he will work
on the farm. ;
Miss Little Rooks is clerking
for J. A. Co warts while his wife
is gone.
Jim Lee Roberson visited the
writer last Friday.
Miss Eflie Key. send us the
news and let us know when' you
are going to get married.
IDA HUGHES.
Real Estate for Sale
'TTarm 220 acres, 2 miles south of city,
improved. '
Farm 132 acres, 1 mile south of ocity,
improved.
Farm 8 acres, . good house, mile
north of city.
Farm 14 acres, house, 2 miles north
of city.
Farm 50, acres, 1 mile west of city,
$1000.
Farm 200 acres, 2 miles south of city,
$32.50 per acre. '
Farm on Martin's Creek, fine stock
farm, 200 acres.
S. Hayden Young 10-room house and
4 lots, on Sparta Pike, a beauty, and
cheap. See me. '
A number of houses and lots in East'
and West Cookeville for sale." Bar
gains. i
Storehouse and stock of goods, one of
the best stands in city.
2 saw mills for sale, complete and
ready for work.
Big house and 3 acres of land in
heart of city. See me for prices.
Cumberland Buff Stone Quarry near
Algood for sale, fine for building, 5 acres.
Title perfect.
Planing mill all in good running order
for sale. See me for prices. Cooke
ville, Tenn.
' I write insurance and loan mpney to
build homes and save rent?.
List your property with me.
J. W RICH ARDSON
CoDkevillr, Tennessee

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