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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, August 24, 1911, Image 8

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Gamaliel, Kentucky -
i nave many relatives ana
friends in Putnam county and the
Herald is like . getting a letter
from home.
I was born and reared in Put
nam county and lived 'there for
a good many years near Boma.
I then came from there to, Clay
county, near Celina, and lived
there for six years; from there
to Monroe county, Ky., five miles
from Tom pkinsville, Ky. andliv
ed there for 6 years; for the last
two years I have been living at
Hello, H. W. Cole, I wrote ycu
' a letter some time ago and have
not had an answer. 1 '
My health is not very good tt
this writing as I haven't been
able to do anything for about
five weeks. , 1
Crops are fine in tnis country.
Mizell and James Cole visited
the writer Thursday. '
The occupation of th$ people is
building and repairing their
dwellings. '
Misses Sarah and May Bray,
Eve and Christena Deckard and
Mrs. Delia Deckard visited at the
home of the writer Sunday. .
Mrs. Letha Bray has returned
home from Red Boiling Springs
where she has been visiting rela
tives and friends for the past
two weeks. Joe Cole.
"Doan's Ointment cured me of ecze
ma that had annoyed me for a lorg
; time. The cure was permanent." Hon.
S. W. Matthews, Commissioner Labcr
Statistics, Augusta, Me.
Lewistown, Montana
Heavy rain and hail fell here
Jack Long left here Monday
for Canada. '
Ned Petty is but again after a
brief illness. '
Alex Burton of Heath spent
Saturday night and Sunday in
John Tubbs has been on the
sick list, but is better.
Lee Vickers, you wanted to
know if King Terrell was too
busy to write; if you could see
him you would think so.
Walter Maddux is in town
again after a visit to the country.
Miss Nora Grayce spent Satur
day and Sunday very pleasantly
with homef oiks here.
Miss Eliza Robinson and Jim
Byrd made a flying trip' to the
country Sunday. ; :
Walter Grayce and Cleveland
McBroom are at Glengary this
week. y-'''J, ". ''3Vv';'."-
Mrs. Jno Robinson is on tfc e
sick list. ; ;. "
Alvin Grisham and F. C. Duke
went fishing Sunday and caught'
several nice fish. :;
Polly, of the Lancinjr it ?ms.
am a Tennessee girl and am es
pecially interested in your letters.
Come again and tell us the news
from all around in old Morgan
The county fair begins here
Monday, the 14th. The writer
expects to see all of the Ten
nessee people out. Am sure
most of them would rather it was
the Cookeville Fair instead of
Dock Sadler, Alec Burton, King
Ferrell, Bethel Sadler, Lon Sut
ton and several of the boys are
going back South to spend the
winter. Dixie.
yyjJJ JJ pj '
I Special Sale to Introduce
I Special
Sale Price
what are you doing?, Woul 1 be
glad to hear from you again as I. print I remain. Joe C. King.
v ' Shipley
I take down my receiver for a
short chat with the Herald fami
ly. I know not where to go for
an hours enjoyment that I might
be more successful than to the
printed pages of our Herald for
here we cart read a, nice letter
from a friend in Texas, Oklahoma
and so .on throughout the Union.
e.ff i 1a i'iii
ASior me we, nave dui nine
general news this week.
The,weather is ideal and crops
are fine so we are well np with
our grunting.
I have been attending church
for the last two weeks.
C. F. I was glad to hear from
you andC. Jj. it did me good to
read that letter from you may joy
and peace attend you.
Bettie 0. am still looking for
that letter. Don't forget.
Mrs. Green you spoke in regard
to the Shipley graveyard, I will
answer you by saying it is kept
in good condition at all times, it
is under a good woven wire fence
and is kept cleaned off nicely.
There is quite a number of graves
here now. .1 have some friends
who have gone on before me to
he Glory landjand whose remains
are resting there, I also have
some relatives whom I loved rest
ing there, and more I have an
infant who was yas pure as the
angels in Heaven and who was
the pride and joy of my home
resting there and last but rot
least I have a sainted mother
who is the best friend I can ever
hope to have resting there. I
once thought I loved my mother
and I think I surely did, but
young, men and women let me
insist just here that you will nev
er know the worth of mother un
til you take her icy hand in yours
and bid her farewell as -she pass
es over the mystical , stream of
Well friends I must bring my
letter to a close lest I weary the
Editor and the readers, but let
me ask you when you have a
leisure hour you just write us a
good letter through the Herald,
you don't know but that you
might brighten someones path
way and now with best wishes to
all who may chance to seethisi in
iff A X i y.
One Only
All that is required to - secure this 'beautiful high
grade $25 machine at this low price is that you pur
chase with each machine only 27 Standard Double
Disc Records at 65c each. This double disc record is
the equal of any record made. Music on both sides.
Jewelry and Stationery, : : Cookeville, Tenn
September 11 to October 1
, ;
Main Building Containing 80,000 Square Feet of Exhibit Space.
A Host Magnificent and Novel Exploitation of
Resources of the Entire Appalachian Region
$50,000 In alluring attractions varying In variety. Innumerable high class
Midway Features. Aviation tournament. Panoramic presentation of the
historic spectacle, "Battle of King's Mountain," in peerless pyrotechnics.
$35,000 In premiums for live stock, horticultural and agricultural dls
plays, poultry and pet stock, automobile and horse racing, and every- con.
ceivable line of Industrial and commercial enterprise.
The most complete exhibit of timber and mineral product of the South
that has yet been assembled. , 1
I President Taft. Soeaker Chamo Clark, flow.
,, son Harmon, Gov. Ben W. Hooper, Col. William J. Bryan and many other
' ' w "mo wl11 guesia ana speakers
I Remember tho f,-
September 1 1 to October 1
Remember th Railroad Rates,
The Deet Ever Clven To Any
Exposition XSW.

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