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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, September 21, 1911, Image 6

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Howell, Indiana j
The Vulcan Shovel Co. have
their plant about put in.
My family and I attended the
Barnum & Bailey circus, the
other night. It was grand. The
Wild West 101 Ranch showed
here the 5th of this month. .
Some of you guy's that are
good workers come up North and
I. will turnover my shovel and
see if you can fire one of those
old jacks.
I like Tennessee fine. It is the
garden spot of the world to ' me
because I was born and raised
there. I never expect to live in
that state again as I am satisfied
and can spend anight in city any
time I wish to.
I came here Dec. 29, 1910.
Begun work Jan. 3, have lost
but about three weeks since.
Once I got my left arm broken
and I laid off for two weeks. So
dear readers I have a good time
and a hard one too as you can
readily see.
Claude S. write from that place.
Tl J- H nMJ nil 1 1 tTAll
rricliua uue auu an wm jvu
remember this is the last issue of
the little Herald until after my
birthday; everybody who knows
me and cares that much for me
please send me a card. Stran
gers as well and readers of the
Herald. My B. D. is Sept. 29,
1911, . 23 years old.
John. C. Warren
Dyspepsia is our national ailment.
Burdock Blood Bitters is the national
cure for it. It strengthens stomach
membranes, promotes flow of digestive
juices, purifies the blood, builds you up.
Route Seven
S. W. Warren had 21 fodder
hands in his field last week.
Mrs. Mary Jane Langford died
last Thursday and was buried at
West scoolhouse, the f undral ser
vices being conducced by Rev.
Swearingin.
The Dodson Branch school is
still on a boom under the manage
ment of J. Ji Carrington as prin
ciDal and T. H. Norton assistant
Ethel Williams has sold her
farm to W. H. Smith.
Armel Gaws little girl died last
Saturday and was buried Sunday.
Hurrah for Hiram Pharris, he
can't remain long without a help
mate. ( ' '
U Yt Hollo way of Shiloh was
here last week on. business. '
J. M.niith, D. S, was out last
weeKon 'uusiiieas.
ji W:: Warren sold a cow and
calf last week for $52,50 and Le
vi Stewart onefof $35. "
Harrison Smith and Miss Sarah
Lynn were married last week, J.
V. Hawkins, J. P. officiating.
; Fodder is selling here at about
$1,50 per hundred, old corn at 70c
ner bushel. - X
Ransom Bros, store at Sour-
it has two widowers for clerks
and the belles like to go there.
Ed Williams' broom factory is
doing a good business this season.
Jim Turner and Mis3 Emma
Fox were married last Sunday.
Cooke Allen, Davis Allen and
others left fon California last
Monday. Bopeep.
Carter, Oklahoma
T sure do enjoy reading the
news from old Tennessee as I have
many friends and relatives back
there and if life lasts I expect to
see them again some day and that
day before long.
Cotton picking is the order of
the day in this part.
Hello, you Poplar Grove people
what is the reason you don't write
tome?
Dillard and Joe Hyder have just
returned from a three weeks visit
at Ada, and reported a fine time.
Hello, aunt Ann Danner how
are you you? We are all right.
Little Virlin Hyder got his leg
badly burned the other week but
is getting along fine at this writing.
I am coming home some sweet
day. Was sure glad to hear of
you having such a good meeting
and so many professions, hope
they will all press foward and so
never turn back for this life is un
certain and death is sure.
Callie Hyder.
Davidson
Herald readers : The writer re
turned last Friday having been
out 30 days.
The first meeting the wnter
had the good fortune to be in this
season was Roaring River. Re
sult. 16 professions and 1U addi
tions, this is a live church. Spring
come next with 12 professions
and about 10 additions. It was
said of this community by two
good men, that didnot hear a pro
fane woid for six weeks at a time
Hanging Limb was next t place,
with 6 professions, and from
here to Fellowship to assist Rev.
Bilveu. This was a wonderful
revival 39 'professions and 40
additions. From here to Flat
Creek, here was 24 professions.
The pastor was absent being by
his dying father. From here to
Willow Grove for only two days
and nights.
I go tonight to Obey City and
next Thursday to Presbytery at
Cave Spring and first Sunday in
October the meeting begins at
Forks of Eagle Creek by Rev.
Bilveu and!. A. C. Morgan.
Argenta, Arkansas
A. H. Brown I hope you are
enjoying yourself While your wife
is down here. She is visiting
her brother whom she had not
seen for 13 yeaw. "
It is very hot and . dry here, but
health is good. -
Mrs. J. L. Sutton.
W e d di n g
Invitations
The "Martha Wash
ington" is the card
that will be favored by
those thoroughly famil
iar with the trend of
fashion. This card is
exceptional in its indi
viduality. We will be
very glad indeed to send
you samples.
Foster & Parkes Co.
SOCIETY ENGRAVERS
NASHVILLE, TENN.
We Will Expect You to Make Us Headquarters
Of course if you are thinking of any
thing in the furniture line, you would
not buy until you had seen our extensive
stock. Hut anyway, it will' be a pleas
ure to have you and to render such ser
vices as we may. -
BRADFORD 117 HOLES ALE rURNITURE MANUKAS l ukinu rurarAni
id. you If elcome to the fair ITlake it a point to Vom u
168-170 Third Avenue North, (College St.) Just Below Church
NASHVILLE, TENN.
This is a personal invitation to visit our
Fall Opening of New York Styles in Men's
wear. The best value ever offered. K
!
I
Next to
Vendome
Theatre
(tSY Street
See Us at the Fair
MAJOR AUTO CO. X
FORD CARS
VERY LOW RATES
y To Knoxville and Return via
Tennessee Central Railroad
- ACCOUNT
Appalachi
an
Exp
osition
fw-uta nn daily from Sect. 9th to Oct. 1st good ten
days. ! For full fcaformation call on your nearest ticket agent.
R. A CHADWICK, General Passenger Agent, NASHVILLE, Tern.
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woo 1 U doing a good business as

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