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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, August 24, 1911, Image 2

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TENNESSEE STATE FAIR
A CTATE INSTITUTION OWNED E3Y THE STATE
EVERYBODY'S FAIR
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 18-23, 1911
THE SOUTH'S GREATEST ANNUAL LIVE STOCK,
AGRICULTURAL, AND INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION
Bteplaytng every feature of the State's marvelous developments. Seeing Is
believing. Will you take a look? It will Inspire you to greater efforts. -
A SOLO WEEK OF EDUCATION AND ENTERTAINMENT F03 THE PEOPLE
$30,000 in FnEniDns-$io,ooo HI FREE ATTRACTIONS
The cream of the best live stock In America.
Immense display of the products of the soil. f
10,000 articles to be seen In Woman's Building. .
America's greatest State Fair Poultry Show. .'
Tremendous display of Farm Machinery and Implements.
The South's greatest Dog Exhibition. ,
Speed Contests by the best horses In the country.
Gorgeous Night Horse Shows.
Pain's Celebrated " Battle in the Clouds" In front of grandstand
each night. No extra charge.
The famous United Shows (high-class Midway attractions).
The renowned First Regiment Band of Tennessee, ...
The great Calienando Band.
And many other features that will make the week one of solid
enjoyment for you and your family. Plan your work to visit Ten
nessee's Great State Fair, Sept. 18-23, 1911. v
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS SPECIAL EXCURSIONS
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS
i SEND FOR PREMIUM LISTS AND ENTRY BLANKS Y
J. W. RUSSWUREVI, Sec, Nashville Tenn.
GO
LYON ARTHST
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SHOW
; We will have our colt show at. the Cooke ville Fair on the
second day, Friday, Sept. 8. VVill pay $50 in premiums.
Best Horse Colt: First $12; second $8; third $5.
Best Filly Colt: First $12; second $8; third $5.
We want everybody to brin? their colts. No charge for
entering colts in this show. .
BIRCH DOWELL, Manager
Couldn't Walk!
"I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to
women" writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III. "For
nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides.
I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally,
our druggist advised Cardul for my complaint I was so
thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am
never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. 1 am in
fine health at 52 years."
MM I Womanlfomc
We have thousands of such letters, and more are
arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who
have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta
ble, tonic medicine, for women. "
Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak
women up to health and strength. If you are a woman,
give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a mil
lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb Ingredi
ents, which act promptly and surely on the .womanly organs.
It is a good tonic Try it! Your druggist sells it
, Write Hv Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co, Chattanooga. Ten,
for Special Instructions, and 64-pate book. "Home Tr eatment for Women " tent free. J 58
Route 7
Meeting closed at Dotson
Branch last Saturday with sever
al professions.
School commenced at Dotson
Branch last Monday under the
ML Pleasant
"Health is very good in this
community.
Sunday school is progressing
nicely at this place.
y Miss Bertha Swallows and Mr.
management of J. J. Carrington. Hugh Hunter made a flying trip
S. A. Wilmoth was here last to Brotherton Sundav.
i
week buying cows.
M. A. Gentry has, the fever.
N. A. and L. W. Steward
transacted business on Route 1.
Mr. Henry Dick erson and Miss I
School is progressing nicely at
this place under the instructions
of Miss Belle Rockwell with an
enrollment of 73.
A delightful spelling match
Daisy Lynn were married last was witnessed between this place
week. and the Brotherton school Fridav
Noah Lawson and wife visited afternoon and the Brotherton
J. J. Harrington and family one folks got up in the match and
day last week. went home like the old black cat
Miss Ina Allen's school and goes to the Wn when visitors
Prof. H. F. Hawkins' school are come. Blackeyes.
on a boom.
Meeting commenced at Fair-
view last bunaay under tne
management of Elder Walling of for them
Cooke ville. ,
There will be baptising by Rev.
Brady at Dan Smith's mill pond
next Sunday at 2 p. m.
W. A. Gentry sold a piece of
land to Z. H. Smith and W. J.
Woolbright last week.
J. J. Gentry went to Algpod
on business last weed.
Ben R. Gentry of St. Luke has
been visiting relatives, and
friends hereabouts for the past
week. Daw He.
Regulates the bowels, promotes easy
natural movements, cures constipation
Doan's Regulets. Ask your druggist
25c a box.
Route Two
We are having lots of rain.
Norman Bowman and Ike Neth-
erton have" been visiting relatives
at this' place,
Vestal Cole visited Cora Carr
Monday.
Mr. Joe Scott of Ditty is all
smiles and says its a big boy.
Mrs. Ollie Carr and daughter
and Mae Hovions of Knoxville
are visiting their mother Mrs. C.
T. Carr.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs.
Baxter
It has been quite a while since John Davis died last week and
we injected any periods into the was buried at the Ray Graveyard
columns of the Putnam County Hello, Blame Carr, would like
Herald, so under this inspiring to from you through the Herald.
sunny summer weather we will Two Tennessee Girls.
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eartn-rejoicing urups, which matte
usexclsim, "Oh, the cheerful,
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sunny, summer time, on, tne
leafy, sunny, summer time!"
Well, Baxter is plodding its
slow, but sure way, we trust, on.
We are not much of a factor in
... ... . ..
this constituent part, Dut we
can say,, un waxier, un j"
The Seminary building is well
on under the rule of reduction
ascending.
Our clever, smooth doctor,
Thos. Sewell, and familyare now
ensconced in their new, nice,
roomy residence.
My school is progressing nice
ly at Rushing Springs.
Mrs. Magret Looper is very
low with consumption at this
writing. . -
Andrew Bilbrey 's son and Riss
Walker's daugnter were married
Sunday. ,
We are having some hot weath
er now. .
I will not write much as I am
only 10 years old.
Herman LoOPeR.
Route Four
I would like to know what has
Dr W. E. Sypert's residence become of all my old scoolmates
has recently been remodeled in a of - the Sunday which used to
neat, relishing style. So it seems meet at Lee Seminary and other
that our doctors are doing as they dear friends with whom I used
please. to associate? You are all remem-
J. W. Maxwell seems to be de- bered by me and I will be glad
termined in dealing out mer- if each one of you will write me
! chandise to the masses as he has a letter or card between now and
located another distributing house August 30, which is mv birthday.
in town.
It seems that the Old Demo
crat of yore is no more, has evo
luted jnto Joe C. King, who, let
us hope that under this adminis
tration, is a better thing.
A. L. Stone.
Knowing that many of you read
the dear Herald, I hope our kind
Editor will publish my message'.
My address is Cookeville, Route
4. t Mrs. Mattie Livesay.
Come to Cookeville Labor Day.

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