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Putnam County herald. (Cookeville, Tenn.) 1903-1922, November 23, 1911, Image 7

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IRoute Seven
Little Zenith Allen is very sick
with diphtheria. Eugene Mast
- - - -- . ....
ers who has been ick is much
better. N- H.F. Lee is also report
. ed on sick list.
Mrs.- Perry Morgan and two
little ones spent Sunday with
Mrs. Cora Johnson. v
. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Leespe
nt Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs.' M
Maberry. ;
Mrs. M. Warren and daughter,
Miss Ruba spent Sunday after
noon with Mrs. Jt W. Morgan.
Mr3. J. W. Lee visited near
Hilham Sunday.
Charlie Masters was the guest
of Howell Warren Sunday.
Who said Bird well Lee loved
' pie.' . ',:: :
.Say Ralph W. tell N. M. to an
swermycard. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Loftis;
Mrs.. Palo Lawson, Mrs. Ethel
- t Williams and Miss Rose West took
dinner at the home of J. W, Lee
' Saturday. They report an extra
good dinner. c ' '
. ijliss Alice Masters is visiting
- friends and relatives on Route 8.
Mr. William Whiteaker died
at Coaiinga, Calif., Nov. 1 1. His
remains arrived at his oioT home
. Norri7, accompanied - by brie of
his friends. Barlo Willeford. Mr.
"Whi taker was buried at the Over
: tori cemetery on the following day
' J, WMorgan spent Sunday with
his daughter, Mrs. H.T. Lynn of
lloute 8, ; tiifitf :
I Afiss Lillie Lee and Messrs. Ow
en and GradyReid sient a delight
ful after noon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R.P. Lawson Sunday.
' Dimple you may prepare the
turkey for, we are coming Christ
mas. :' 'rf;,-'v."' " '" Vyii
Erban Warren attended church
at Poplar Springs Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Terry, Mis
ses Florence Bybee and Martha
Murphy, MessrsMurphy andComa
Whitaker of Sugar Creek attendr
' ed the burial of Will Whitaker
Saturday. . , . " '
Jessie M.how is Hilham?
' A. R. L. and A. 0. M. of Cal
ifornia why don't you give us the
western news by the Herald?
fieriry Johnson and- Luther
.Strong passed through our com
. munity Sunday. .
Miss Ruth Morgan was the
guest of her, sister, Mrs. J. P.
Morgan Saturday. . . .
y:xv:Black5. Eyed Chums.
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Take nail's Family Pills for constipation. .
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; Marshall, Arkansas-
It gives me great pleasure to
read the Herald as I hear from
so many -of , my old friends back
in old Tennessee, I think it is a
fine little paper.
Health is very good at present.
The weather is rather changa-
ble here. One day will be so cold
one can't hardly work while . the
next day "warm enough: to sit
n the shade andv fan, ;. - -Come
on Miss ;Effie Key we
haven't heard from you in a long
J. L. Sutton of Little Rock,
Arkansas is visiting his father, J.
C. Sutton at Baxter. ; ;
, ' Dora Brown.
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tone the stomach, stimulate the liver,
promote digestion and appetite and ea
sy passage of the ' bowels. Ask your
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It's easy to work yoar way up. but
on the people yjJ wor&; .
Sale of Household Goods ,' ' ,;
Eor the purpose of winding up the
estate of Nancy Byers," deceased, and
paying the indebtedness of the deceased"
I will on Saturday, the 9th day of De
cember, 1911, at the home of the de
ceased offer for sale all the household
and kitchen furniture of the said de
caased, composed of 'the following-: 1
feather bed and bed clothing canned
fruit, safe and table,' and some crock
ery ware. Tbif sale will be on ix ironths
credit with approved securry. ' 4 ,;
? This llth d ty pf Nov. 1911. ' '
. B. H. Stockton, Administrator;'
Read the big page ad tt-lling about
the great reduction salt- of Whj taonliiod.
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