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W Guarantee to Relieve Dyspepsia. If We Fail the Medicine Costs Nothing. ' - To unquestionably prove to the peo ple that Indigestion and dyspepsia can be permanently relieved and that Rex all Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about this result, we will furnish thd medi cine absolutely free if It fails to give satisfaction to any one using it The remarkable Buccess of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high degree of scientific skill used in de vising their formula as well as to the care exercised in their manufacture, whereby the well-known properties of liismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin nave been combined with Carminatives and other agents. Blsmuth-Subnitrate 'and Pepsin are constantly employed and recognized .by the entire medical profession as In valuable in the treatment of indiges tion and dyspepsia. " The Pepsin used in Rexall Dyspep sia Tablets is carefully prepared so as to develop its greatest efficiency. Pepsin supplies to the digestive ap paratus one of the most important ele ments of the digestive fluid. Without It the digestion and assimilation of food are Impossible. The Carminatives possess properties which aid in relieving the disturb ances and pain caused by undigested food. This combination of these in gredients makes a remedy invaluable for the complete relief of indigestion and dyspepsia. We are so certain of this that we urge you to try Rexall Dys pepsia Tablets on our own personal guarantee. Three sizes, 25 cents. 50 cents, and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our store The Rexall Store. Z. T. Hinds, Cookeville, Tenn. ! Health in this community isn't very good at present. ; Mrs. Tom Myers died the 29th of September after a short illness She was a devoted member of the church of Christ. She leaves a husband and eleven children to mourn her loss. Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to the be reaved family. Three or four members of the family- are very low with the fever. Jennie and Johnnie Myers who were attend ing school at Pleasant Hill came down to attend their mother's funeral. : ' Hershal and Ermie Jones re turned to their homes in Oklaho ma last Thursday after spending several days at this place with friends and relatives. Mrs. John Jones gave the young folks a bean shelling last Wed nesday night and Heshal Jones and Ura Foster got the cake for shelling the most beans. Hattie and Priella Massa have the mumps. School is progressing nicely at this under the care of Egbert Hickey. Maud Jones. A TEXAS WONDER J The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder trotb'.e, removes gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame back, rheum atism, and all irregularity of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children. If not soli by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two months' . treatment seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for Tenn. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St., St. Louie, Mo. Sold by all druggists. MADDENING MONOTONY. The Graveyard Sort of Life That Ob taina In Sierra Leone. It Is difficult to explain bow com plete In normal times is the dullness of the small villages in the protecto rate of Sierra Leone, on the coast of western Africa, saja a writer in the Nineteenth Century and After. An hour before sunrise shadowy figures move noiselessly through the narrow alleys which separate the mud walled bouses and In single file pass out of sight toward the farm lands. A little later children and a few women leave the houses to' obtain water for cook ing. They also go in single file and in a short while will return in the same manner carrying water in calabashes, except, perchance, one or two may be affluent enough to possess a tin in which kerosene oil has been Imported. During the great beat of the day peo pie return and sit, silent and motion less, in the thatched roof verandas Toward evening there Is more move ment. Food time generally brightens peoDle even when It only means rice and peppers. Soon after sunset all sign of life ceases. There is no light In the bouses, because oil is expensive. and a dvinz fire is enough when there is nothing to see exceptthose you have fore long. seen all day; there are no sounds, save a baby's cry at Intervals, or perhaps the weird call of some night bird, be cause Deome cannot taiK mucn wnen no one has anything fresh to say Next day will be the same, and so will be every day in the year except at festival times, such as when the girls or boys return, dancing and gayly decked, from the Porroh Bush. There is no church, no postman, no passing horse or carriage and no newspapers Hello, J. B. and H. B. of Pleas ant Hill, how are you? Come to see me and we will visit Anna Carr and get some pickled eggs, as I heard she pickled them with the shell on. Say, G. D. woutdn't you like to see Knot and Pinkey? I sure would. Mrs. r . it. rendergrass is on the sick list. Rev. Duncan is holding a re vival at the Babtist church. Hello, aunt I. W. of Nashville, now are you r. l guess you are coming to spend Christmas with us, arrn't you? We hope so. Come on Casey Jones we all like your letters. The "violets" are dead but the "pansy" is not, how about the "roses" ? I hope they will bloom and not die, don't you? Hello, uncle Wade C. of Cush mg Oklahoma how are you ? How are? I will ans. your letter be Truda and J uda. Tennessee Central R.R. Passenger Train Schedule at Cookeville WEST BOUND EAST BOUND No. 1.3:10 p.m. No. 3.2:54 a.m. No. 5.6:43 a.m. No. 212:13p.m. No. 6.7:20 p.m. A. W. BOYD ERNEST H. BOYD BOYD & BOYD Lawyers COOKEVILLE, TENN. Offices on South Side of Public Square, In the Sloan Building, over Hinds' Drug Store H. S. BARNES Lawyer Office in the Gibson Building COOKEVILLE, TENN. DR. W. S. McCLAINv (OSTEOPATH) Telephone No. 184 COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Office Next Door to Gainesboro Telephone Co. No Charge for Examination. Are you looking for quality or quanity in Fertilizers. If for quality See us at once. Chick- amauga leads them all. Cookeville Feed & Grain Co. L. M. MYERS LAUNDRY FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED Leave your work at Dr. Ragland's store ' COOKEVILLE, TENN. Route Three As my last letter landed in the waste basket I will try again. Ihe health of this community is fine. Mrs. James Lunday and two children visited at Mr. Kinnairds don Mall. eczema, itch or salt rheum Cant bear the touch Hives, sets you crazy. of your clothing;. Doan's Ointment cures the most obstinate cases. Why suffer. All drugists sell it. $35.00 Mange GIVEN AWAY To the lady who secures the largest number of votes l 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 great 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- in early and register your name as a candidate, then get busy asking your friends to CQme 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 I Carry a General Line I will carry a large stock of merchan dise this Fall in most all lines, such as- lasses mill from J. B. Lunday's tions, Hardware. Stoves, Tinware and nvor tm Trirmoird'o utIiami knr f uueensware, uroceries, etc., ana an or tr w w w m.mmm.M wa jfc w wmf WW Mm 'W fl. X wV-J Warming Gold Dishes. Castle Kilkenny Is one of the oldest Inhabited dwellings in the world, some of the rooms being 800 years old. Among Its aneient treasures is a serv ice of gold plate. Besides the ordi- Sundav. - y-i tt f 1 1 I ZS"L,T.Z rZ , TJ, L The writersaw Groverand Ed- at coronation banquets down to the na Holloway going to their school time of George iv. The gold of the Mondav morning. f 1 - 111 tl I service piaies is aimosi wuooui auuy. Tofi.cnn T,Qr f Fmowill (.'uusetjUKUfijr verjr bull nuu . caoiij i m .. . . marred: hence the plates are warmed niiea niS regular appointment at and presumably also washed after use Mr. Holloway's Sunday. Zl T2t.JZL71iT The writer and others had a been muffled In chamois leather. Lon-1 nice time picking up chestnuts Sunday eve. Lunday Bean and the Kinnaird brothers have moved their mo- will make up his cane. Route Nine J. B. Lundays California news Mr. and Mrs. Hershall Judd reporter paper has changed from spent Sunday withMr. and Mrs. a daily to a monthly and we are B. Fox. - : sorry of it. the best quality. I will sell a guaran teed line of clothing and shoes, goods 1 will stand Denind. Do not tan to see- my goods and prices before you buy. Three Bargain Counters r Be sure and see my 5c, 10c and 25c bargain counters as most of the goods Liorotny JUOa Visited MISS Lai- Mr. MayDerry IS moving his stores. Call and see me. I am always. sv Gentrv Sundav af ternonn. rano mill frnm Mr TnhAw'a tn hungry tor trade. sf tf - l ww mm tmf mm, mm a -my ww f r ww W B. M. Brown and wife spent his home to make up his cane. Sunday afternoon with Rev. W. Perry Mayberry says he loves B. Gentry and wife. granulated, brown and sea sugar Hello, Daisy G. and D. J. how buthe loves W. May berry's su- do you like to eat blackberry pie? gar best of all. Z. Y. X. Misses Joe and Coma Loftisi I. D. PEDIGO Algood, Tenn. Anv nerson subscribincr for the Her ald at Mr. Pedigo's Store may cast two votes in this contest. EDITOR. speht Sunday with Mrs. Bynum Greenwood. Mrs. W. L. Stewart spent Sun day with Mrs. H. V. Carr. There is more Catarrh in th!3 section or the country than all other diseases put together. . and until the la3t few years waa supposed to bo incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by. constantly failing to cure with local Wonder how E. J. HkeS tO go ence has proven Catarrh to be a constl- ntAAin ,;U r r . tutipnai aisease, ana mererore requires 0 meeting Witt! K. U. constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Tlio oiBm'nffertAl o C.rirNA Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che ley & Tne singing school atbycamore co.. Toledo, owo, is th only ccistitu- ia TirnfrrdociWo- mValtr mirh P.n tlonal cure on the market. It is taken ln 13 progressing nicely Wltn JsrO. ternally In doses from 10 drops to a tea- tlenry as sintrincr master J spoomui. it acts directly on me biooa Gertie Stewart Spent Saturday oft!er PM hundred dollars for any case It i a tr j i -I iaus id curt), ocuu lur cirvuiaia auu ic night with Vada Apple. umoniais. Come on Luda with your nice t ZEY co' 7oIed0' letters. I Tak HoU's ramily PiUs for constipation. fx w See Me Quick if My entire stock of merchandise and property, gasoline engine and grist mill for sale at a good dis-4 count. One of the best locations anywhere. Will trade for farm or good stock. I aim to quit the business. Come and se at once. Someone will get a bargain. J. S. STAMPS, Bilbrey, Tenn.