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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, October 19, 1911, Image 8

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Cookeville's Leading Store
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" To Off er for Thb and Next Week' Buyer
Over 50 Late Models came in Thursday. Come in for a look at them. We promise yoa mores
Pretty New Styles, more Late Materials, a greater choice of colors than you will fi'nJ e&ewbeire
Best Suit Values Ever Shown at $14.98
V ; r The best suit values of th season. Just arrived Thursday. Four special assortments ems
bracing over 50 late models. Most notable among them are Wide Wale Serges in the stylish two
button models, velvet collars and long lapels, high waist skirts, panel back and front; colors, im
navy, brown, olive, green and wine. Wide Wale Worsteds, Pebble Cheviots, Fancy Mixtures
Novelty Suitings. The style and tailoring would suggest $25.00 instead of $14.9&.
Hand-Tailored Suits at $1 1 .98
We show a vast assortment of new styles, colors and materials at this price. These are high
class productions, one and two of a kind, plain tailored and trimmed, in elegant Serges, Mix
tures and Diagonols. For this sale we offer over 40 of these splendid suits at $11.98. ;
When the first cool, frosty. night comes you will wish '
" you had bought some of our
: BLANKETS I AND COMFORTS J
,.. x.The Price U Lower than it will be Later
11-4 All Wool Plaid Blankets, 4f lbs., home-made, worth
$5.00, special price .,-.$3.98
81-90 Floral Top and Lining," Scroll Stitched Comforts,
$2.25 value, special orice $1.69
Finest Silkoline Comforts, Floral Top and Lining a reg
ular $5.00 value...i. .r$2.23
11-4 Gray Homespun Blankets, Pink and Blue Borders, a
$2.00 value .-.-$1.49
H-4 plaid Blfnkets, Light Blue; Pink and Dark Green
PlaidWdol Nap, worth $4.00, special price. ....$1.98
2i Red Cross Shoes
In Suede with cloth tops, Satin, Cravenetfas?
Gun Metal, Patent Leathers, witfe dull leather
or cloth tops, and Kid, with patenA tips, Com
fort in just the style you want. We shalll be
glad to look these over with you.
Biros
TBADIMA&K
COOKEVILLE, TENN.
Oklahoma Gty i
O vercoats - were : worn quite
: plentifully first of the week here.
The Southwestern Medical As
sociation is in session here now.
Quite a number of -doctors from
KansasT Missouri, Arkansas, Tex
as and Oklahoma are present. v r
: C. W. Post, of Battle Creek;
Michigan, the biggest advertiser
irT the world was in this city
Saturday and was entertained by
the Chamber of Commerce at a
banquet He expresses great
. faith in Oklahoma and her re-.jources.-
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I Columbus Day, Oct. 12, was
jrecognized as a state holiday.
- The synod of the Presbyterian
church U.S.A. is in sessiorr here.
.The annual state fair closed
last Saturday; Attendance about
100,000. V
' The packing plant opened here
last Monday. This makes Okla
homa City one of the six packing
enters of the world. There are,
wo $3,000,000 plants here. V
- I spent a few days in Stratford
Jast week and enjoyed my visit
jrery much.
Say Watson you are coming
to the city in December when the
3jtate Teachers meeting is held,
' preii!ivypu?
The writer has a birthday every
year, or two and this year it hap:
pens to be the 5th of November.
-j&nyona having any old birthday
cards they don't know what to do
with might send; one to me. I
don't: care if everyone of you
send one, I'll send you one in re
turn if it takes me a year.
H. D. Phillips. Lock Box, 361.
Dont use harsh physics. The re
action weakens the bowels, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's Reg
ulets. They operate easily tone, the
stomach, cure constipation. .
Crossville
I was born and reared seven
miles east of Cookeville, at a lit
tle village called Brotherton. I
left there in the fall of 1879, com
ing to Cumberland county. That
was before the railroad was built
Many changes have taken place
since then. - The young men that
I grew up with have all gone to
different sections of the country
some have passecf over the4 river
and will not; return, and those
who were young then have so
changed in looks that the years
that have gone by made furrows
in- their once round and rosie
cheeks, the frost of many winters
are telling on . their once black
hair that we are made to say how
changeble are all things in this
world. . . - ,
v My good wife and I were given
an invitation to come to Brother
ton last Sunday to meet my good
old friend W, T, Wijlett whom I
grew up with End who I had not
seen for thirty-six years. Mr.
Willett left when a mere boy, go
ing to Illinois where he found a
help-mate and leaving there he
went to Kansas. We found Mr.
and Mrs. Willett at his brother
John's arid spent one of the most
pleasant days talking over our
boy days' experiences, calling to
mind many things long since past.
One that Mr. Willett had not for
gotten and that was the writer
had a fine watermelon patch and
was saving a large one for seed,
but he (Willett) with some other
boys thought it would not make
good seed decided to see what was
inside and came "one nigh t and lor
the melon was and was not. Mr.
and Mrs. Willett now li ve at San
ta Fe, Kansas, where they have
accumulated "a nice home and
have enough laid up to take life
easy. They will return to their
home in a few weeks probably not
to return to old Tennessee any
more. We wish them a pleasant
time while they are visiting here
and pray that God's blessings may
attend them during their stay on
earth. , O. B. Rector,
We say Chickamauga Fertili
zers are the best Try. them and
see for. yourself.
Cookeville Feed & Grain Co.
Joe Norris of the third district
died Oct. 17. 1911, aze about 75
years. He was buried at the Bo-
hanrion graveyard. . - , "
. Rewarded lOOO Times l
Vis every one who baa, purchased
Singer Sewing Machine Everybody
pleased . No dissatisfaction, Fully
guaranteed. Small monthly payments
and easy terms, See oc-write the Sing
man. J. M. Judd, Salesman and GtoJ
lector, Cookeville, Tean.
DO IT NOW
Cookeville People Shoulf No Wl
Until It Is too Lat
The appalling dath-rto rejig kidney:
disease is due in most cast tothe fac$
that the little kidney tro i,V, are usui
ally neglected until they h-ome seriT
ous. The slight symptoms give place
to chronic disorders and tho sufferer
goes gradually Into the gr-p of dropsy,
Blight's disease, grave) r Bome other
serious form of kidney ccilaint. .
If you suffer from hue ache, head
aches, dizzy spells; if the kMney secre
tions are irregular of pasne and Un
natural in appearance, do n:t delay,
Help the kidneys at once,
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially for
kidney disorders-they . aci where oth
ers fail. J Over ona hundred .thousand
people have i 'recommended th-m, Hero
is a case, el home: , 1
'JvOv Duke, of Cooktrvii;v Tenn.,"
ay5: "My experience witn Doan's
Kidney Pills was so satisfactory that I
can highly recommend them. I took
this remedy when .1 was suffering from
a pain in the small of the back, caused
by weak kidneys and I soon found re
lief." ,. . vJt$
For sale by ' all dealers. " Price 50 f
cents!, :: Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, :
New York, sole agents for the United ;
States. " -' - .
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
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