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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, August 03, 1911, Image 6

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We have not had a good rain
since the 28th of May.
Corn is burnt up around here,
but cotton is good.
The writer and family spent
the day at W. C. Lollar's Tues
day. ' -
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCord are
the father and mother of a new
baby girl.
The writer and family and sev
eral others enjoyed eating ice
cream at W. M. Davis Friday
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W. C. Lollar and family and
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, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Green are
the father and mother of a nine
pound boy.
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reading your letters.
Lola Lee West, I like to read
your letters.
You said a cloud would come
up and look like it was going to
rain, but it would just pass on
over, that is , the way they do
here.
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pie doing? , I would like to read (J)
a letter irom there.
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crops.
Corn crops look fine here and
there will be more raised " than
has been in years.
I was born in Tennessee and
lived there until I -was thirteen
when we went to Illinois.' J. P.
Burroughs and papa have been
living in Arkansas five years and (fa
I have been here two years. I (fa
lilro TlUnrna an1 Arloneia Knli
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since we lett tnere juntil this (fa
summer when we made" a visit (fa
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I love the name of Tennessee.
1 met so many 01 my old tnends fi
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it maae uie xmnK 01 oia umes.
The people were all so nice to me
I never win iorgec my visit mere.
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Tennessee until I went there, and A
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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.
Five ICrause Piano Prizes
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. '
Each candidate will have five chances to qualify for a prize piano.
HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES
Make your purchases at P. M. Smith's store and get your friends to do likewise. Every
dollar purchase means 100 votes. And eyery dollar paid to the Putnam County Herald is
good for 100 votes. The ballot box is open and sample prize piano on exhibiion at P. M.
Smith's spared Contest officially open with this announcement and will continue without
interruption until December 24, 1911. Watch this paper for further announcements.
I carry a complete line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, -Furnishing Goods,
Furniture and stoves, and my prices are always the lowest.
P. M,
SMITH
West Side, Near Depot
Cookeville, Tenn.
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Fmni Doiims the 'Same
I am conducting a Krause Piano Contest under the same condi
tions as above. Anybody may enter the contest at any time. I
carry a complete. line of merchandise and sell at bottom prices.
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