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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, July 20, 1911, Image 8

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' Remember that this real, genuine reduction sale continues all through,
next week. All prices will remain the same until Saturday, July 29.
The success of this great reduction sale has gone far beyond our expec
tation. Hundreds of people have taken advantage of these greatly re- n
diiced prices, because all goods have been and are being sold just as ad
vertised. You can't afford to let this opportunity pass for saving money.
It will pay you to buy now. Sale continues until Saturday, July 29th.
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After so long a dry spell we are hav
ing some good old soaking rains and
:people are rejoicing over it. ; - ;
"Corn is' all burnt up here, but cotton
-looks fine. AA' A" ';':A
Mrs. Mollie Mabry, who has been
aick for some time, is improving slowly
, -Fishing and pluming has been the go
:for the last few weeks. -
Miss Martha Strong and Mr. Edgar
Henricks were married Sunday. I wish
-them a long and Tiappy life.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell from Texas are
visiting their two sons, John and.. Bill
Mitchell, this summer. -. -
Meeting begins at Ivy : Schoolhouse
Monday night
: Little Cora Mitchell visited little Bas
.sell Randolph Friday. ...
. Lightening struck and killed a cow
if John Raggel's Thursday. The cow
-was standing near a barbed wire fence.
- i Mrs. John Lain and son and daughter
"Jliss Stella Shockley : and the .writer
-visited Johnnie I Mabry.'s Sunday, and
it rained so hard we did not get to go
Aome until Monday. ". " . "
Come on with your letters as they
:are so good; also you two B. S. boys of
California, I like to" read you letters.
Grandma Randolph at Neverf ail, I
-wiil write you a letter through the
Herald. I sure would like to be there
-to help you eat June apples. What is
- Uncle W. doing now? You ought to
liave been here this morning to help me
eat fish. You must hurry and answer
our letter for we want to hear from
you. Your loving grandson,
- - Bassell Randolph.
Don't think that piles can't be cured.
'Thousands of obstinate cases have been
cured by Doan's Ointment. 50 cents at
lany drug store. . .
W. T. Anderson Contest A
- Below is the vote in the piano con
test donducted by W. T. Anderson at
Boma: : A'A'AA';- A:A-;':; AA:-'"
Audrey Anderson . .2 . .3,500
Maud A. Roberts..! i.i-.ii-.: 2,615
Ida Whitehead;..--1,545
Bonnie Holland AAA--- 2,300 r
Mary Boyd....... ......2,130
Ida Carr.. J .-2-,.-. -A- -2,470 V
Maggie JaredAl A. A--1.980
Bettie Fisher .... A.-2,615
Delie .Brown 1,700
Birdie Patton 2,240
Velma Medley 2,095
Roxie Gentry r 2,000
A Tina Shanks..... 1 1,750
Wilma Medley.. ;...1,485
-Douglas Nichols..... T.1.385 ;
Bettie .Whitehead 2,620 ;
TinieKinnaird ,....1,925
Ulah Lindsey . . :1 J.. 1,535
A Allie T. Nabors ......1,695
Marguerett Waller..-! ...1,475
: Vada: Sutton 1,550
Georgia Whitehead. ".. . . .. .3,000 .
Pearlie Richardson .1,265
A; Florence Maynard.. 2, 790-,:
Bessie Jernigan ..ll.i..ir:l,435
Josie Robers. ....... ..1,865
A Maud Roberts 1,455
Bulah Duke . ,.1,445
SamanthaSherrelL-. ...1,115
Margurite Brown 1,500
' Lena Clayton ... . ."- '. .1,355.
- Arlie Cooper......... 1,225
Annie Herod ..--...:. .1,165
; Theopholis Herod. . ...... y.. 1,435
Samantha Kirklin..:.:....lt .1,930 :;
Elsie Medley : . .1,345
Martha Shanks. 1,195
Mary Sutton :. 1,390
' Mary iAdkins .-.-.;. .1,280 ;
. Mary Herrsri ;l,255 "
Why not advertise? It would pay you.
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Here! Who's Here?
WE ZAUGCS
Tlhie U immneir
(With J. M. Speakman)
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing,
All kinds of Tin- and Sheet Iron
work done on short notice. Repair
work given prompt attention.
Write, 'phone or bring in your orders
WM. ZAUGG :
Cookeville, Tenn,
DI A MAQ I " save you from $60 to $100 on the
r lAIwJ purchase of a piano. How? Because
my expenses are merely nominal. I employ no
salesmen and pay cash for my stock. I am thus
In position to sell you a fine piano at an extremely
low price. My line of pianos is one of the best in
this country, as I am exclusive representative for
auch celebrated makes as EvereMeWiB. Fjsch.
r. Emerton. Kurtzmau, Adam Sehaaf and Har
vard. CaU or write for catalws. Easy terms 25-4
M. F. SHEA, 22 Arcade, NASHVILLE
JOVS
I Flowers arrive in good condition.
601 Church St., Nashville, Tenn.
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- Wnenever you want anything in the Job Printing line1 send it the Herald.

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