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i O D -'-7 ' When buying salt the first thing to consider is the quality; second, he price and quantity. When buy ing salt insist on having GENUINE XXXX OHIO RIVER SALT, the kind that will not get hard, the only kind from which you can. obtain satisfactory re sults.. Why pay $2.00 per barrel for cheap salt when you can buy the best from us at the same price? Al ways carry a large stock. Will greatly appreciate your business. ' - " ;:J ; 5 Epperson, H ALGOOD, TENN. : SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE Real Estate, Investments, Insurance 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 in. the National Co-operative Realty Co., by E. R, Marden, president - Spe cial agent Doyle Consolidated Mines Co., and Villa Heights lot sale, Washington, D. C. Will co-operate with agents of National Co-operative Realty Co. SAMUEL B. YEARGAH Cookeville and Gainesboro, Tenn. . ' u i I It II l u AND HIDES h HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID r1 n 1 -X Y FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES I I V J I II I V J Wool on Commission. Writs for - live luviawwHiny in iu Price-1 dif1Pi Bad Spells I suffered, during girlhood, "from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was almost bed-ridden, and had to give up. We had three doctors. AH the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years ! Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." , V ' " ' : : . ' ' ' ' v - ' ' ; " TAKE Woman'sTonic If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For. more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found , it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. " Why suffer longer ? A remedy that : has relieved and helped so many, is readyat the nearest drug store, for mt, at once, by you. Try it, today. Writ t jidlM Advitorr Dt "Chiltanoora Medicine Co.. Chi for Special Instruction, and 64-page bock, " Home, treatment lor Womeu, sent free. J 57 21 Wien You Need icy Job Printing Done Neatly Order it from the Herald Kearney, Mo. '-' "" 1 The weather has changed con sierably. The first snow came yesterday and it is extremly cold today. This has been a very un favoracle fall the old settlers are prophesying for a very bad winter ' The angel visited Tom Daniel's home last, Sunday jmorning and claimed for it's victim their ; pre cious babe. .- John Willet 1 guess you rece ived those pictures all O.K. Sam Willett is making prep aratioh for the nomination of his son Marion for President next e lection. John H. Gragg is, thinking of sending his son Floyd for Gover nor. . ' . . Our old friend Sid Willett has gotten it into his head that in Missouri money grows on hack berry trees, as he is now getting more than the common run of men but is wanting $40 a month. We fear our friends in Tenn essee would not recognise their old friend Clark Freeman, as he is growing so slim from his long night coon hunts up and , down the Missouri river; we fear if he keeps it up he will not be able to see his shadow by Feb 22. Burr Willett and Hilery Eldrige being unable to attract any of the giris attention have purchased a jewharp and a graphophone with which they have been keeping late hours amusing themselves. Fred Jones arrived in Kearney with his family safe and sound, and has been coon hunting ever since. '' :.,-! r. ' . Henry Willett was elected jan itor of the Kearney school but we think his feelings are hurt be cause he was not made Superin tendent Three Busybodies. Woman loves a clear, rosy complexion- Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood, clears the skin, restores ruddy, sound health. '' Academy, California Health is goob in this part of God's country at present. .We had a nice rain here last week, which was badly needed and will soon be plenty of green grass. I guess you all think that sounds fishv talklng'ofjgreen grass in the winter bat never the less it is true. The grass dies out here in the summer and is green through the winter. , The writer spent two days in Clovis and Fresno last week; while in Fresno met one of my old friends and school mates, Alex Whitson. R. C. Farris of Clovis is doing a good business buying and selling horses and mules. Mr. Farris is one of Putnam County 's noble sons who has made good the west. "v. ) - James Hampton, formeriy of White county, Tenn., got his hand very bad- hurt last week by a stone falling cn while working in the quarry of the AccedmyGranite Co. You western cowg rl of : Oklahoma, came on with the news I think you have been silent long f nough. Uncje J.C.B. of Smithville, Ark.. I think J on might give us th news again . Vou;iteer in Tennessee Central IL IL Passenger Train Schedule at Cookeville . WESTBOUND. No. 1.3:10 p.m. No. 3.2:54 a.m. No. 5.6:43 a.m. EAST BOUND No. 212:13p.m. No. 412:56a.m. No, 6.7:20 p.m. SANTA CLAUS MENU Dolls' Doll Buggies Doll Bed Doll Clothing :' Balls Bats Trains Hammers Furniture & Dishes Mechanics' Outfits MusicallnstrumentsRocking Horses Book, Games' Autos, Sleds Toy. Machines Coasters Toy. Stoves - Bicycles Toy Sad Irons . Tricycles Nursery Books Soldiers'Equipment Toilet Sets, etc. Guns, Pistols, etc. And Mechanical Toy of Every . ' - ;- Description at " The Big Toy Emporium NASHVILLE, TENN. -Take a street car going east from the Union Depot, or going north from the Tennessee Central Depot and it wiil pass by the door. ! Tne best assortment ever gathered by them of China, Cut Glass, Silverware," Art Pottery, Stoves, Ranges, Mantels, Grates and all other home wares . It will pay you to see their big place before, buying Xmas gifts.' ' $35.00Eange GIVEN AWAY To the lady who secures the largest- number of votes I will give a $35 Steel V r ttm a.: . . I ivange owve. ciiecuun opens Aug. x, 1911, and closes Jan. 1, 1912. Any lady may enter the race for this great prize who withes to, by having her name reg istered as a candidate, on tne ballot box: at any time before Oct. 15. i A 25c pur chase of merchanpise for strictly cash1, entitles the customer to a vote. , Those- wishing to enter the race please come? in early and register your name as a candidate, then get busy asking your friends to come to my store and buy what tbev 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- . Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, No tions, Hardware. Stoves, Tinware and . Oueensware, Groceries, etc., and all or tne best quality. I will sell a guaran teed line of clothing and shoes, goods I ' will stand behind. Do not fail to see my goods aod prices before you buy. Three Bargain Counters Be sure and see my 5c, 10c and 25c- banrain. counters as most of the eooda- are worth double the . price at other stores. Call and Bee me. I am al ways- hungry or trade., : , , I D. PEDIGO " Algood, Tcan. . Any person subscribing for the Her ald at Mr. Pedigo's Store may cast two votes in this contest Editor. . Correct Job Worfi Here?