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Announcement 4i 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49' 49 49 49 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 This is one of the most important announce ments we have ever made. We've assembl ed the most attractive lines of Fall Merchand ise ever shown in this town. The goods are the latest and of a quality that will please you. Most important of all, we can save you money. . This is an invitation to you to visit our store and let us prove that statement. It's a real pleasure to look over an array of or to Fall merchandise like the one we have, gath- J ered. We know what the people of this sec- tion want and need. The buying was done or with unusual care, so as to meet this require- mentis the fullest possible measure. We think we have succeeded. Won't you call to and look over our ; miinery Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sep. 11, 12, 13, 1917. Quarles Sadler D. G. Co. g 49 49 dr. m m. Mcdonald OPTOMETRIST Eyes Ex amined Glasses Fitted Office over Jenkins & Darwin Broi., COOKEVILLE, TfcNN. Laundry Wanted. Mail your laundry to F. L. Pate, Gainesboro, Tenn. Shirts,, 10c Ladies waists, 25 to 50c Collars, 2Jc Cuffs, - .: ....6c Socks, - 4c Handkerchiefs, . 4c Vests, - 25c Neckties, ... .J. ....- 5c Ladies Dry Cleaning. Childs dresses, .. 60c to 11.25 Ladies dresses, .. $1.25 tO 12.00 Skims,- 75c to $1.50 Coat Suits,.. $1.50 to $2.50 Cloaxs. $1.25 to $2.00 Baby cloaks GOc to 11.00 Gloves,- 10c to 15c Gentlemen Dry Cleaning. Suits, ......... -U.25 Coats, --75c Trousers, - 50c Vests' 25c to '35c Over Coats, . , $1.25 to $2.00 Rain Coats, ... ..... -$1.25 to $1.50 Neckties - lie to 25c Sweaters, 50c to $1.00 Household. Lace curtains, 75c to 11.50 Portiers, -$1.25 to $2.50 Single blankets, . - 50c Double blankets. $1.00 Comforts, $1.00 to $1.25 Eiderdown comforts-, $1.50 . TUGUT-OPfS Kiss Linnie Cappsof Byrdstown and Mr. S. 0. Tinsley of Caines qoro were quietly married Thurs ray evening at the home of the bride. The wending was one of interest to many friends of the popular couple.. Only relatives and a few close friends witness ed the ceremony. Mr. Tinsley is a popular member of Company X. First Tennessee infantry, and will leave soon for Creenville, S. C Later be will b joined by O to . h to & to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to lines? j to to to to to to to to to to to upenrag Or to BRIMSTONE. Brae Head will make molasses next week. Haney Osgathorpe's arm is a great deal better. A good many young folks went to Willow Grove Sunday. Bro. Strode, of Tompkinaville, Ky., held a week's meeting at Brimstone recently and had sev eral conversions. Marvin Crabtree is conducting a singing claw at Lick ForK Meeting every Sunday and Mon day evening, There will be a Sunday School organized at Lick Fork the first of Sept, with 3 or 4 classes, Smith Carver and daughter, Ollie, and George Mosely visited relatives at Tompkinsville and Centerpoint, Ky.( last week. The ball game Saturday be tween Stone and Big Bottom went 31 to 2 in favor of Big Bot tom, in 5 innings. Supt Dixon made a short visit to Lick Fork Tuesday. Prof. Dixon is a man with a heart as large and warm as duty calls for. The Brimstone people needs more of Christ in their midst. If they don't have Him, some of these days they will smell more brimstone, than they ever smell ed before. Health in this part of the coun try is good. Sulphur water and plain, fresh, country food, of which we have a plenty, will keep anybody in the bloom of youth, and make a doctor's visit a thing of forgotten occurence. Mrs. Tinsley. They were the guest of L. B. Anderson and family Sunday. The pie supper given by the Parent Teachers' Association Sat urday night was highly success ful $72 was taken in. Mrs. J. M. Summers has return ed to Hendersonville, after a visit with her brother, Dr. H. P. Lof t- is. HOTEL KEEPER Suffered Dreadfully Until Re i lief Came Through Tak- .ing Vin Hepalica. I Mrs. L Waller, wno owns and operates the Waller House, of 157-159 Fifth avenue north, Nash ville, and known to so many peo ple of Nashville and the travel ing public, tell of how dreadfully she hurt in her back for so long and suffered from dizzy spells. 'I am feeling so much better now since taking Vin Hepatica. I have no more dizzy spells and no headache, and I run my busi. ness witn a ngnt neart and . a cheerful mood. The very first dose of Vin Heyatica led me to believe it would bring me back to a normal conddition." inese are Mrs. waller s own words. And she is just like thousands of others who have been taking Vin Hepatica for run down nervous troubles. It is Nature's own medicine, the Uni versal System Purifier and Tonic' not only cleaning out, but toning up the system. We strongly recommend this great Nature remedy. Come and get a bottle and try it, on our recommendation. We know it is a real medicine of the high est merit. Yin Hepatica is being introduced and sold L B. Andrson's,Gainesbori, Tenn. adv. WOODROW. School at this place is progress ing nicely. Mrs. N. H. Whitaker has re turned from Cookeville. . Miss Rose Lee Whitaker has returned home after spending the summer with her sister, at Harriman. Miss Ida Whitaker spent last week in Gainesboro.. Miss Mary Burris has returned home after a' week's visit , with CooKeville friends. A surprise party was given Miss Willie Belle Hawkins Satur day night. All reported a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Downey Wade, and little son, Birch Howell, of Cookeville, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. John son. . . ; ' . Mrs. Roscoe Davis and son, Cecil, of Harriman, is visiting Mrs. Davis parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Whitaker. Raggio Young and Mrs. Mar tha Johnson, of Gainesboro, spent Tuesday night at Johnson's Park. Mrs! Herod Burris and chil dren have returned from Cooke I ville, where they have been vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Newt Stone. : Rev. Dycus began a meeting at this place last Friday night A large audience is present each night Miss Roselie Johnson has re turned after a three weeks visit with friends and relatives in Whites Bend and Flynns Lick. She was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and children, Miss Rose Nell John son and Charlie Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Holland, and little daughter, Vivia, and their guest, Miss Crutcher.-of Nashville, spent Sunday -'with Mrs. Hollands parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johnson. This community is striving hard to have good roads, have had ten or eleven teams on the road for several days making great improvement The ladies are certainly doing their part of the worK. While they don't shovel gravel or drive a team, they prepare a nice dinner every day, and have it spread in a cool shady nook, ready for the hungry men to eat If every neighbor- hood would do this, everyone could afford a Ford. - - CA1NE5BCR0 R. 2. Henry Bailey is some better at present School is progressing toicely at this place under the manage ment of Herman Spivey and Miss Mattie Mai Morgan, two of the coudty's best teachers. Bill Walker and Grady Cason are on the crippled list this week with sprained ankles. . , Ben Crowder and Grady Cason spent Thursday night with their teacher, Herman Spivey. . Misses Theo- Hogg and Grace Gailbreath, of Flynns Lick, visit ed at this place Sunday. Preston Crowder leaves home Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga. He is one of the five per cent called to the colors. We all hope he will kill the Kaiser, and return home 6afely. Miss Mai Allen entertained a crowd of visitors Suncay night Herman' Bailey and family vis- ted Henry Baily Sunday. The workmen are progressing nicely on David Hall's new house. Aenry Hall and wife took din ner with Henry Spivey, Sanday. Come on you other correspond ent, and lets make the Sentinel the best county paper in the state. Several from this place attend ed meeting at Locks Branch Fri day night Among them were: Misses Lillie and Rose Walker, Theo and Settie Cason, Abbye and Laura Sparkman and Verda McNew; Jasper, Wm. and Bud Walker, Labe, Ben and Press Crowder, Jesse and Grady Cason, Walter and Hubert Baily and Calvin Spivey. All reported a nice time. COOKEVILLE 1 8. Not much fodder being saved. too much rain. A large amount of heading is being named to AJgooa irom this community. Jim Jackson is doing a rush ing business in the black-smith shop, A few land deals have been put thru recently. ' John Ledford has sold his farm to Lee Garrison and will give possession between this and Jan. 1st . Milliard Masters, of Roaring river, has sold his farm to Morri son Mayberry. we unnerstana he and Mr. Ledford will go to Smith county. J. H. Ilix visited his son, Ed ward Hix and wife Sunday, Allen & King, of Algood, were thru here yesterday in the inter est of their mills and walnut lumber. Some nice, weather just now, and plowing for wheat has start ed. Road workinn is row in full swing and seems that people are taking more interest than com mon. The people of Freewill are building a good road up the Chaffin hill. " Crops on Route 8 are excellent Eugene Judd was in this com munity recently buying cattle. Sunday school is progressing nicely at Dodson's Branch. Miss Etta Gentry, of Cooke ville, is assisting Prof. Henry Hawkins. Miss Ida Hix returned from Cookeville Saturday. . David Hamilton and Miss Re becca Rector were quietly mar ried Sunday at the home of H. H Hamilton. Only a few friends and relatives were present KAYF1ELD. Health of thU commnity' is very good. Mrs. Walter Steward and chil dren, of Nashville, are visiting relatives at this place. A wedding of interest to their many friends, was that of Vollie Van Hooser and Miss Annie GRANVILLE J. M. Draper, of Defeated R I, was here last week. King Ferrell, of Enigma, was in town this week. Edgar Johnson, of Flynns Lick, was here Saturday. Austin Stout made a trip to 5t Louis a few days ago. Walter Cooper made a business trip to Gainesboro Tuesday. Alfred McDonald, of Sullivan's Bend, was in town last week. Mr. and Mrs. Filmore Roddy, of Nashville, were here last week. W. A. Huff and I. N. Stockton made a business trip to Cooke ville laf t week. Prof. Gray and wife attended the teachers meeting at Gaines boro Saturday. Jessie and Paschal Elrod, of Murfreesboro. visited Lonzo Huff and wife this week. Rev. Smith, of Buffalo Valley, filled his regular appointment at the C. P. church Sunday. Miss Aletha Huff was the Sat urday evening guest of Misses Ada and Zephie Pharris at Lib erty. Master Sam Taylor Crown spent last week with his grand parents, S. S. Carver and wife, of Liberty. A, A. Huff, veterinary surgeon was called to Enigma Monday, where he did work for the far mers of that section. Lewis Simmons, Jr., J. H. Daniel, and Misses Nina and Lu la Belle Simmons motored to Gainesboro Thursday. Hugh Williamson and son, Will Herman, of Celina, made a breif stop here Sunday. They were enroute to Nashville. Miss Ruth Officer has return ed to her home in Livingston, after a 10 days visit with her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Williamson. Misses Margaret Helen Gail- breath and Anna Holmes Wil liamson spent Sunday with their grandparents, Dr. B. L. Simmons and wife. Misses Ruth Byrne, of Mary- ville, and Mary Irene McDonald, of CooKevill, visited their cous in, Miss Mary Emma Cooper last week. C. S. Brown, wife and family, returned' Monday after spending a week with Mr. Brown's par ents, Taylor Brown and wife of Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hargis and daughter, Miss Anna Ruth, have returned after a weeks visit to relatives in Lebanon, Murfrees boro and Nashville. "Uncle" George Harris is some what of a fisherman. He uses two nets and two baskets, and makes huge hauls every morning, and is never known to make a water haul T. D. Hargis, wife and daugh ters, Margarite, Catharine and Rebecca visited Mr. Hargis bro ther, Dr. Frank Hargis at Mur freesboro. last week. They vis ited relatives in Nashville en route home. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Sadler, who have been residents of this city for 6 months, have returned to their former home at Baxter. We regret very much at their departure. They have many warm friends here. Johnson, at the home of the bride. We wish them all the joy this life can afford. Qarence Mabery visited at Cookeville during the week-end. Mrs. Bill Pippin visited Mrs. Jim Mabery. School opened at this place Monday, with Wesley Ecbarts as DEPARTMENT. 4 Andy Huff left Friday for Ohio. Very little sickness in this lo cality at present Joe Grisham, of Martins creeK, was here this week. Crit Pharris, of Liberty, motor ed to town Monday. '' Mis3 Bonnie Jean Gailbreath is on the sicK list B. F. Cooper is attending court in Carthage this week. D. E. Huff made a business trip to Gainesboro this veek. Miss Darthena Duke is visiting her brother in "Booker Hollow." Miss Essie Brown, of Nash ville, is visiting C. S. Brown and wife. Mr. and Mrs, Dow Hughes, of Baxter, motored to Granville, Friday. Myers Burton made a pleasure trip to Baxter Sunday, returning Monday. Miss Mattie Williamson attend ed the teachers meeting at Gains boro Saturday. Misses Mattie Mai King and Ada Pharris attended church at Enigma Sunday. Several of the boys from this place will go to bainesboro this week to be examined. -Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Shirley have returned from Nashville, where he purchased fall goods. BP. Shirley returned from Nashville Saturdav. where he spent last week on business. James King and wife, attend--ed preaching at Enigma Sunday, and reported a splendid meeting. L. C. Williamson, A. B. Har gis and T. T. Dowell took a joy anin nn in Hnllemana Ren.-I SnnJ day. Miss Frances Maddux after visitintr relatives at Harthatre. Lebanon and Nashville, has re turned. The largest corn crop in years is anticipated Jhroughout this section. The hay crop is about two-thirds, Prof. Ban Smith, of Antioch, passed thru here Sunday enroute to Funs Branch, where he is principal of the school. Mrs. Clara Maddux, wife of W. F. MaHdiiT waa immersed and received into the Christian church Sunday, by her nncle, J. W. Fox, of near Corinth. Mrs. Oscar Grisham and son, Frank Lee, after spending sever al weeks with her parents, Mr. n1 M,o P O Cuttnn laf dm Bill SIIA h U. I.IUIVUII, ICAb UUU- - day for their home in St. Louis. X SAC I1LUG fflllKCU UUU la UULi on his mission again and with his keen arrow has pinned to gether two hearts: Miss Aline Myers, tne accomplished daugh- leroi mr. ana Mrs. in. a. Myers, of this city, was led to the hy meneal alter by Mr. Frank Rob inson, a prominent and success ful young business man of Smith county. Rev. Castillo, of Nash ville officiated. It was a wed ding of surprise to their many friends, who wish them much happiness and prosperity. C. G. Gailbreath has resigned his position with Williamson Bros., and accepted a position ai traveling salesman for Gray & Dudley Hardware Co., Nashville, He has used the red tape before, as salesman, and we know from his prior experience he will make good. teacher. Born, to George Mabery and wife, Aug. 21, a baby girl Dan Martin and wife are visit ing the latter' parents. Mrs. Jim Mabery and son, Joe, spent the week-end at Hurricane. Wesley Roberts visited at Gainesboro Saturday night.