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7i jU3 1 Since 1847, tha year Rogers Bros, originated electro-silver p!atin2,silvervvare bearing the trade mark "17 ROGERS 3R0S." has been renowned for quality, wearabilky and beauty. xs .TRIPLE stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces is a guarantee of heaviest plating, perfect workmanship and exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. Any article of silverware , marked " J847 ROGERS EROS." may be selected without further investigation. ; . : . . . . Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue " C-L" showing all patterns. ' " .' - KERIDEJI BftttANNIA CO., Merlden, Conn. v (International Silver Co., Successor.) ' :.i i i i :i1 eco f SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE Real Estate, Investments, Insurance J Loans Negotiated : Brokerage Rents Collected . Improved and unimproved farms and ' city property for sale, ; rent or exchange. List your property with me. Will help you get a purchaser. My entire time given to the work af ter Jan. 1, 1912. Have taken a full course An the National Co-operative Realty Co. , by E. R. Marden, president. Spe- v cial agent Doyle Consolidated Mines Co., and Villa Heights -1 lot sale, Washington, D. C. Will co-operate with agents of $ AOO SAMUEL B. YEARGAN Cookeville and Gainesboro, Tenn. i Be Happy! ," ... - ( " ;, '. v. -. . ' , Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits' of Cardui, the woman's tonic! . .. Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been In successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. eTAKE mm WomanTomc Mrs. Mary,; Neely, of Denver, Tenn., s ays, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as CarduL , I used it with the very best results. I had backache and f nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took CarduL' Now, I feel better than . I have for two years. I shall always recommend 1 Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise jt too highly. , As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-out women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. , WrfTt to: , Ladies' Adviyory Dept.; Chattanooga Medlda Coi, Chattanooga. Tena. tor Special Instractiona, und 64-pse hoc. '"Horae Treatment for Women," tent free. J 66 Obey Gty Rev. Willie Ford filled his reg ular appointment at 1 Cliff springs Sunday. Prof. E. A.- Looper closed his school at Love Joy last Friday November 17, with a good spell ing matchspeaking and candy treat. Miss Pauline France of Sunk Cave is visiting friends and rela tives at Love Joy. Mrs. Becca Simcox and Mrs Bel va Melton have been visiting their mother, Mrs. Arrie Tudor, for the last two or three days. Mrs. Geo. Tudor and daughter, Mary, visited her sister, Mrs. R. M. Tudor Sunday. Hello, Laura T. T. Algood, I have had a good long sleep, but not very pleasant dreams. I was iglad to hear from you. Come to Obey City. Uncle Arch of Missouri have you finished reading your letter? Becca, I enjoyed your visit very much. Hope you will stop again when you visit your mama. Hello you people of Foyil, Okla homa, why don't you write to the Herald? " Denis Blaylock who has been ! at May land for some time is visit ing home folks this week. Little Henry and Dow McCor- mick spent Saturday night with Casto Wilson They had a time. Hello, May and Hattie H. of Clark Range, I would like to see you. -vvv;:,,vv ;,;;. Sherdian y Wilson's favorite flower is the "Daisy'. ' ;; ; Myma Wilson. ' Ada, Oklahoma I see lots of letters in the He raid from in the old home place in Tennessee where some day I hope to be. I have a dear father two brothers and lots of friends back there. I like the west fine but not like my old sweet home. , Martha May wake up and give us the news. Tell your mama I would like to seen her. Mittie Jones of Brotherton Route One what has become of Mr. Hyder? Pearlie King don't be sleeping these cold winter days. You ought to come out here and get an Indian guy. Coqsin Callie Hyder are you to go back to your old home? I wish I was. ''; -' : :".;" Cousin Linnie Officer how do you like your new home? Tell cousin Etter I would like to see her. , . G. D. Howard is better with the chills. Mrs. Officers little girl is better at this writing. : Little Evier Hyder says tell Ada Bohanhon she is. coming to B2e her Christmas. liOiiICK GiltL. , A. W. BOYD J ERNEST H. BOYD BOYD & BOYD Lawyers COOKEVILLE, TENN. Offices on South Side ot Public Square, in the Sloan Buildinjr, over Hinds' Drug Store H. S. BARNES Lawyer Office in the Gibson Building COOKEVILLE, TENN. DR. W. S. McCLAIN . (osteopath) f 1 ; Telephone No. 184 COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Office Next Door to Gainesboro Telephone Co. No Charge for Examination. ' L. M. MYERS LAUNDRY FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED Leave your work at Dr. Ragrland'g store - COOKEVILLE, TENN. Hinds'; Catarrh Remedy If catarrh is your trouble get out by using this remedy. It is curing others, why not you? SPECIAL OFFER OF BULBS . Now is the time to plant. ' - : . . Write for Club Order prices. , " JOY FLORAL CO. 601 Church Street, NASHVILLE, TENN. FAT HOGS FOR SALE Cookeville Roller Mills esMaaMMMMMMMssecsd i i Building na FULCHER BRICK CO. Brick Press Brick TENN. NASHVILLE, Writ for price t 6-1 See WENNING and rou'U See Manufacturing Optician- 221 Fifth Ave., North NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Keep-U-Neat PRESSING SHOP T. BOBBINS, Prop. , Shirley Block, Main St. - COOKEVILLE j Give Me a Share of Your Work n 1 o O; O o o 0 o