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0- O o: o runiAii county- herald THURSDAY, NOVKMbEK i0, 1911 WealhVrf ord, Texaa I was real sorry to hear of my Uncle Cornelius Knight's death. Aunt Rosalee and cousin we sympathise with youcheer . up for God does all things well. ' , It was 210 pounds of cotton that I picked on Friday not 21 lbs. Zora got your card all O.K. Pauliue.how are you all? Guess pearl ' and Delia are at home. -1 , Say Pie', we got your letter aud shall answer' soon. - ;:; :'-' -v-f;, We have been having some real cold weather here of late but it is warm and ; pleasant to night; A V ; Josiah Bullington spent Friday night with F.B.West and family. L.L. West visited Mrs.Fraday recently - As there has baen so many who have asked for showers of birthday cards 1 will askfor a shower as my birthday is the 9th of Dec J will gladly appreciate ; all the cards that are sent me. School Is progressing nicely at Willow Springs ,underthe management of John Scental. ; . ', DllaWillett did you "get my card? " ' Edna M. Holloway what is the matter ' with you? K ' Leora Huddles ton have you forgot your old friend Lola LeeJWest - EPPERSON, HARP, POINTER . & GO'S. CONTEST - - ' The following is a list of dates and their standing on J Mrs. Will Swallows...... Mrs. Oscar Clark. -; . MrsyH. M. Williams..... Mrs. A. E. Irwin.. Mrs. John-Cornwell - Miss Annie Powers.. Mrs. R. I Reagan.. . Mrs. J. a. uoweu ..w.' . x Mrs. F. M. Byers.:...ii . Mrs. w. I Terry.. Mra Alex Burton.. Mrs, B. P. Pointer ....... ' Miss Sarah Brewer.;. Mrs. Frank Turner... ;. , - Mrs. G. E. Pennington... Mrs. John McCormick.... ' Mrs. A. Phillips...:.,,. " Mrs. Harvey Quails... ili Miss Belle Rockwell....;. Mrs. Joe Whitaker...... Mrs. Jim Buclcrrr..2;.i. Mrs. James: Ballard : the candi Nov. 28th. .:.67,420 .-..67,511 ...67,575 ...40.024 ...38,847 ... 37,090. ...35,089 ..36,170 ..32.693 ..82,117 J.30.728 ...80,611 ;.27,643 . ...28,935 ' ..27,170 ..27,148 ...24,546 ,.32,995 . .22,857 ...20,097 ;. 120,469 ...17,103 FAIR EXCHANGE A New Back for an bid One. ' How " It Can be Done In Cookevllle, ' The back aches atTttmes . with a dull indescibaple feeling, making you weary and restless; peirdngpaias shoot across ' the region of the kidneys, and again the ; loins are so lame to stoop is agony. ' No use to rub or apply a plaster to the back - ' in this condition. You cannot reach the cause. Exchange ; the bad back for a new and stronger one. ' Cookeville resi " dents would do well to profit by the fol v - lowing example. ' . . t D. L. Richards, of Grimsley, Tenn., " says: "I suffered from kidney trouble for many years. Last fall my back and t - kidneys were giving-me a great deal of -J trouble. A friends knowing of my con j dition recommendrd Doan's Kidney Piils as being the best remedy for kidney P trouble on" earth," I used two boxes and 'I wassood enjoying betterhealth jlhan I ' 7"had before in a number ' of, years. I " ' sincerly trust that every sufferer from kidney comprint will have j he, oppor tunitp of .eading this letter and profit ' r ing thereby.-' ; '. :- ' For. sale " by all dealers. Price -60 ' 1 cents. Foster-Milburri Co., Buffalo,: ' : .Hew York," sole agents fur the United. -.States. ' " . s-" ' .. .. ; Rememlier 1heJnArr.eDoanf iuid J !: take no other. " ' - a. Agtdn God's bounteous hand has spread The tables of the poor with bread Again our ssrateful fervent songs , Ascend to Whom all praise belongst Accept, O God, our thankful lay ;. ' To Thee on this Thanksgiving Day. . C The husbandman has sown the seed. And Thou didst bless his tvork indeedt - He trusted in Thy sacred Word, And harvest great was his reward; ' ; So on Thy promises we stay On this our blest Thanksgiving Day The cattle on a thousand hills. The wild bird with his thrilling triUs, 'Fish of the sea the lion, bear, Alt yield to Thy protecting caret May all creation own Thy sway. Thou God pf this Thanksgiving Day, , We thank Thee for the sun 's bright Ugh . The silvery moon, the stars of night, -For water pure for fragrant air, , And for Thy tender watchful core For blessings all that with us stay " On this our blest Thanksgiving Day,' -. r 1 --, - , - . - : We thank Thee for the Gospel truth, t -For blest old age for hopeful youth, "v E'en troubles great for grief and care, . Knowing they will our souls prepare, ' Straighten the path and clear the way For God's own blest Thanksgiving D&, '- ' " 11 - a Great God, accept our thankful songs,' -While hymns of praise swell on our . tongues; Guide Thou our feet o'er Vfe's rouh i path Teach us Ht mercy, not in wrath; , Grant we may ever with Thee stay v And Join in heaven's Thanksgiving Dc; - x Joan 7. ITya, J HOW THEY STAND ; P, MrSmlth Piano Contest The list will be printed eac i wek. Watch for it and vote for your favorite. i Miss Etta Gentry ...r. 113,750 Miss Lola Hughes ..itZ.iQj : Miss Bessie Kinnaird. 86, 450 , Miss Sarah Daws .57,400 ' Mrs. Mae Smith,........;.. .33.150 ' Miss Charlie Shanks.- 32 250 - Miss Mattie Foutch........i-20,450 . . Hazel Anderson 16, 1 5) , '. M-as Callie Chaffin.-..:.;..26.850 Miss Vallie Mae Carr... ...13,900 Clara Cole.. 20,7ttt ' Miss Tera Maxwell 17,100 MiesThena Maddux . i . 14, 80i) Miss Lucile Sadler..- 13.700 Hattie Lee Payne... 11,800 Mrs. Susie Scarlett, i 10 350 4 Effie Gentry '....16 900 - Miss Lucile Allison ?,800 , , Leora Huddleston. '.w.i.-.'.. 9.350 ; HattieWhitson.il 950. - Miss Zella Bore en . 'm . . .1 1.600 - NotieMackie .' 7,700 Ina Allen. . . .:. i ,9,800 1 , Matildas White - S.000" Maud- Stene. :.r,, 5.9f0 . Emma Dowell .1 v 8,550 . - Mis Barbee Nackles...-.-.7.800 Miss Emma Ward j. 6,400 . Pearl Copeland.-l.. -i. 6 A bbie Kirby,. . . 1 .7,9r0 Laura Jackson ..1 5,95u Ada B. Stamps 1... 5.800 Miss Alice Jitckjon,:.;::.'.l.. 6 COO . Mary Tavior.;-.. . ..5.500 ' Mjrrie Wilh'oitev-l.vl .. - J6 2 0 . : I' rim nm'', notii ' close of contest we wi il allow 1,000 votes pn every dollar prfrchaj in our. jewelry department.; CAM YOU ASK MORE? Your Meney Back Per the Asking. You Promise Nothing. We are so confident that we caft fur nish relief folndlgestlon and dyspep sia that) we promise to supply the medicine free of all cost to every one who uses It;' according to directions who Is not perfectly-satisfied with the results. We ; exact ' no . promises and put no one under any obligation what ever. ' Surely nothing could be fairer. We are located right here where you live, and our. reputation should be suf ficient assurance of the genuineness of our offen ' . We want every one who la troubled .with Indigestion or dyspepsia In nny form to come to our store and buy a box at Rezall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take them home, and "give them a reason able trial, according tcf directions. If they don't' please you. fell us nnd we will quickly return your money. They -have a very mild but positive . action ' upon the organs with which they come In contact, apparently acting as a reg ulative toclc upon the relairJ muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weak ness, and aldlug to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthy activity. ThreesIzes,25c.,50cand$LCO Kemcm-; ber.'you can obtain Rex'nll Rempdles only at our store The' Rexail Store. Z. T. Hinds, Cooke vi;i a, Ten . i IENWAR Kills Rheumatism i i I i v Corrects Constipation, Expels Uric Acid and Purifies the Blood. Efficient in the Treatment of $ all forms of Liver, Kidney and $ Bladder Troubles. , ' ' REN WAR is commended in thousands of voluntary testimo nials and guaranteed to relieve or money hack. ' If you have tried other reme dies and still buffer, try REN WAR, and be relieved. It never failed It never win. '";Price.50b;'a: Bottle ; . Sold by good druggists everywhere v -Manufactured by , -I: Warner DrusGo. -:Nashvflle',Tcnn V J i Y ! r - Triple Plated Etrilyes .stamped last loneer Ihrout harder service tlian any other be cause they have a round bolster, which docs away with sharp corners (wlirre blade is Joined to handle) - where wear is constant and . hardest T!iis is but ofte of manynolabie features o( knives, which give lasfintV service and satisfaction. Numerous patterns are . cfierwl in h:s (arnoun "Stir - ver f-'late that Wcais. ' ' . Sold by kadinjr dealers 'everywhere. Sena for cat-' ,' alogue "c-L" 1 showina: all uesigns. : w.., . . . ittomation&l SUvcr T Co.U-ceb?or. i V:1 - ISia.CnL - IV A. Twti r.Tr-;3 Anyone sending a sketch ana tfeMrtptk'n nay quickly ascertain our opinion free wbetoor aa Invention Is probably pftteiitw'. Comronlea. ttonsstrletlreonfldenttaJ. HA. I on t -ml tbroncrh tpteial notice, without ehnnre, Patent taken Slunn it i . in t2 reoetve tlr sent free. Oldest agency for I patwna. A handsomely lllnstnted weekly. Irf-t r- year : f oar months, SL Sola by a ' "nr ra. :f.;u;;;!Co"-l.:;;,;;5 . Branch Office. 635 F St Wash Us loo. V. C The Herali coiJts only. 23a , Riad it.