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From the Style Centers of the World For the benefit of our customers, be- .gining next week, we are going to issue bulletins of the fall styles. '' These bulletins will be made up from reports sent us by the fashion author " ties who set the pace for the season's styles. They will show you j us t what ' 'they ' ' "are wearing-the best dressed women all ver the world. They will tell you when to buy and keep you posted on special bargains that we have to offer. If you will carefully read these bulle ' tins, the buying of your fall and winter clothes wont be nearly so much trouble ;and you will know that they are right. Yours very truly, Pincus Bros. .Bale J annus LARGER STOCK Y LOWER PRICES To My Friends and Patrons: I wish to announce that I have , ,-enlarged my stock to such an ex- , tent that I am now prepared' to ,J offer greater bargains than you i will find elsewhere. It has al- . . ... . . ;ways been my policy to give my customers a square deal and as the increased volume of business -enables me to sell at a smaller ' margin of profit, I am now able to give you better value for your money. Below we list some of our Bargains. Fatent Flour, per barrel . L54.40 vrvf .HIT mmmM III" SSI" 1 r "I 25? OA. I ! Half-gallon Tin Cup." -5c !2 lbs. bulphur 15c 15c ! Nice Lamp, complete., 25c IGood Domestic 5c 13 lbs. Lump starch .......i5c SSd Towels' per pr;::. :::::::::! i5c - r t r rf l 91 oo i New line of CaUcoes, per yd... ......6c ioc Ginghams II!;II".I.8c 25c Linine-.-J.. I7c 60c Gloves for 25c 12c Bleached DomV8tie:"I.I"CI.Ill0c Kftn fii lb- Tinea . ?.Qr i'1.60 Window Curtains $1.25 Keduced pnees on uook stoves auaays. 114 lbs. Granulated Sugar... $1.00 ,$1.25 Stove Boiird...... $1.00 ;0c Window Shades... .50c Bargains in Gents', Ladies and Child ren's Underwear. We also carry an extensive line of Queensware, Tinware, Hard- ware, Harness, Stoves, Dry Goods and Notions. CASH AND BARTER ONLY Permanent prices on produce: Chickens, 10c; Eggs, 13c. , Store is directly West of Post Office. ' If you will give us a trial, we are sure you will became a permanent customer. M.G. HUNTER ; Baxter's Leading Store :'; - The new road law for Putnam county is printed in the Herald this week. It ' completly changes our system' of road 'work and is of great interest to every taxpayer and voter. Be sure and read it. To the Lovers of Good Music and High Class Entertainment The Lyceum course this season willbe decidedly the best that has ever been presented here. The numbers are all high class and of note in the musical world. Each number presents classical, standard and popular music, excellent readings ana scenes irom weu Known oneras . The season will open in October with The Beulah Buck Concert Co. which is in part the same company we opened 1 J t V wun iuC season ana was pronouncea oy uiauy iue e3t ever given Here, we have also booked the famous Anollo Concert Co. and Bell Ringers. Their pro- gram consists of solos on banjo, cornet, trombone and saxaphones ; also quartets, duets, bell ringing, readings and vocal selections, une ox tne Dest numDers is the Rounds Ladies Orchestra consisting of nine young ladies and one man who will give an entertainment that will be alone worth the price of a season ticket. This is one of the noted attractions to be given by the Nashville lyceum course this winter. The sweetest music in the world is produced on the Italian harp and we are fortunate enough to give you two num bers which include this instrument. Season tickets will be $2.00 and the sale and selection of seats will open Sept. 1. Tickets on sale at Dr. Guthrie's Office. ; G. N. Guthrie, D. L. Pincus.. Owing to the report since my sad be reavement that I had left or was going to leave, I will state to my inquiring friends that I have decided to remain in Cookeville, and those wishing to see me or wanting my professional services may find me at my office, phone 35, or at my room, phone 7-2 rings. H. C. Martin, M. D. Glengary, Montana My being a native of Tennes- seeJ am taking the liberty of addressing our home paper, the Herald, the most up-to-date pa- riMicsho in fKa noir,o M VhJAAWA ft. VUV I1IVU1UMU0 of Middle Tennessee. : t am now WotAd in Montana. lhis state is promising to be one UA W1C AUlc"luat a"u ILa opportunities are unsurpassed. . . l lts climate ls not t0 De surpassed as its summers average about bo and lts wmters are cold and dr ropsare nne, as wneat win nvprnorA A( Unshed nr nnrl batS 70 bushels. There are anumberof Tennes see people in Montana, Bethel and Dock Sadler for instance. Bethel can't decide whether he Wants a western girl for his wife 0f not, and I am inclined to be- heye he will go back to Gentry, Ten n.f for a wife; as to Dock, he intends to get married soon. I would be glad to hear from a7 of you Tennessee people i wouia line 10 Know n jdod Stanton is married yet or not. G. C. McBroom. Greenwood, Texas We just received the paper and as l didn't see anything from home I thought I would write and see if they were all dead. I don't think we could do with out the Herald. I am a .Tennessee boy and left there April, the 10th, when 1 1 hnnrriA thr train nr TVmhlA Gnrintra TiiMvmnminr a9-Kn- L , , . , . , AA. , -A wuucu 1,1 asiiviue at u.ou, icit there at 7; took the Rock Island for Memphis and arrived there at H :g()f and Stayed over till 12:15 whpn W(1 Wf thprp fnrrsHa n , ,. , . ... Rock, Ark. ; arnved there at 11: w weanesaay; Doaraea tne tram for Oklahoma City and arnved there at 6:30: left there for EI I where we Qon . , ., .... no , , r Paradise, Tex. ? arrived there at 6:30 Thursday, and there I had to run my watch back an hour anA ho if It is hot and dry out here and o I T 1 ' ' 1 1 M' A ave Wisned many a time lor. a good drink out of-'' a Tennessee spring. I have a dear old mother back there in Tennessee whom I like to hear from, and many other friends. I was born and reared in Fut- nam county, b miles south oi Cookeville. Come on, you Cookeville, Route 2 and Shackletown people.. I. E. McBroom made a busi ness trip to Decatur last week. Our meetings are all closed. J. R. Carr. Elmer, Oklahoma We are having some dry and hot weather here now, which is a great damage to cotton. Jeff King and wife have moved to Chillicothe, Texas. T. W. Yates has bought out the Stewart Grocery Co. R. F. King and family . will move to Martha, Okla. in a few days. A series of meetings is being conducted at the Baptist church. May much good be accomplished. W. A. Lee who was cashier of the Bank of Elmer for a number 0f years has moved his family to Chillicothe, Texas. Rev.N.B. Taylor of Gainesboro, this country was a rain belt when you were here to what it is now, don't be sorry of your move to the hills if you get bacon and beans. ' The Methodist church of Elmer will be dedicated the first Sun day in Sept., dinner on the ground Chas. H. Harp is helping to orgnaize local camps for the W. O. W. lodge in Eastern Okla. i Prof. A. P. Nelson and wife are visiting relatives in Mo. Prof. J. H. White and family will move to Hollis, Okla. soon. Your scribe is thinking of moving to the state of Arkansas. Harrison Starnes. Strayed: Red gilt sow, weigh ing about 125 lbs. last seen on W. H. Walker's mountain about the middle of May. Any infor mation will be appreciated. , . 2t George Boatmin, Route 6. ' You have not been pho tographed since the year you were married, Bring the family and let us take an artistic group. BAXTER STUDIO Cookeville, Tenn. Tfc Cookeville Fair Sept. 7,8,9, 1911 The Prominent Fair The Sttccexful Fair The Fair where the Crowd Goes ONE PRICE FOR ADMISSION-25c The largest, prettiest and most convenient Grounds remodeled and rebuilt. New floral and agricultural buildings. Larger and more carefully arranged premium list. Every pos sible exhibit and amusement feature on the program. Spirited contests between the best and purest bred strains of live stock. . The grand parade of premium stock at one' o'clock each day will itself be worth the price of admission. Large premiums will be offered in Floral Hall and Agricultural Department. The Best Watered Fair in the State - A deep artesian well furnishes an abundance, of the purest freestone water for man and beast. The show ring will be flooded each night, assuring a dustless exhibition. FREE BAND CONCERTS The railways will sell excursion tickets. Passenger trains will arrive at and leave the main entrance of 'he grounds every ten min utes. Ladies, and children under Ave years old, admitted free first day. Don't miss the' greatest fair of the season. For Premium List and other information address A. P. BARNES, Secretary, Cooke ville, Tenn. $35.00 Range GIVEN AWAY To the lady who secures the largest number of votes I will give a $35 Steel Range Stove. Election opens Aug. 1, 1911, and closes Jan. 1, 1912. Any lady may enter the race for this err eat prize who wishes to, by having her name reg istered as a candidate, on the ballot box at any time before Oct 15. A 25c pur- chase of merchanpise for strictly cash entitles the customer to a vote. Those wishing to enter the race please come in early and register your name as a candidate, then get busy asking vour friends to come to my store and buy what they need in good merchandise and cast their votes for you. Be sure to vote at the time you do your trading. t Carry a General Line I will carrv a larere stock of merchan dise this Fall in most all lines, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, No tions, Hardware. Stoves, Tinware and Oueensware, Groceries, etc., and all of the best quality. I will sell a guaran teed line of clothing and shoes, goods I will stand behind. Do not fail to se my goods and prices before you buy. Three Bargain Counters ' ( Be sure and see my 5c, 10c and 25c bargain counters as most of the goods are wortn aouDie tne price at other stores. Call and see me. I am always hungry for trade. I. D. PEDIGO ; Algood, Tenn. Any person subscribing for the Her ald at Mr. Pedigo's Store may cast two votes in this contest. Editor. H. Wl Apple of Nashville, formerly of this city is in trouble with the gover nment officials. He operates a soft drink stand one of those trohibition saloons that disgrace our state capita!- and is charged with refilling whiskey bottles with old red-eye without having destroy ed the .revenue stamps on the ju:tks.