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41 41 . 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 4t 41 .41 41 41 41 41 41 41 l 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 4? 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 OUR DISPLAY OF FALL FASHIONS to to to to to to to to IS BROADENING DAILY ; NEW ARRIVALS ARE CONSTANTLY ; g BEING ADDED. - to to By coming to cur store any day you will see an always broadening display of new Fall Fashions. Every one of the many boxes" that come to us. almost j daily by freighted express brings its surprises. There are smart Suits, Coats, j Skirts, Waists and Hats, that will win admiration instantly. k Fall Suits 4 Are a Revelation of Effective licity To buy a new suit without first seeing these approved and beautiful simple models will be a mistake. The fabric re presented are of the season's choicest weaves and colors; styles are the latest and smartest; prices are very economic ranging in price from . $10 to $37.50 New Fall and Winter Hats A finer collection of hats could not be gathered if you visit- t ed a half dozen millinery shops and selected the smartest hats in each. These new styles are individual because they represent a very careful select- j ion of the season's best models. to l h h to to to to to to I to to to i to to to to to to to to to n it At BROWNSVILLE HICHSCHOOL NOTES. The Brownville High School is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Estelle Gail hreathand W. C. Dixon. The enrollment to-date is 137. We are very much in need of a well on the grounds. Examinations were held last Thursday and Friday. The grad es made were satisfactory. The following show some of the best grades. High School Math, Hickmon Richardson, 90, Albert Richardson, 90. English. Aline Forkum 98. Joe Howell 98, Physiology, Roggie Huffines 95. Spelling, Haggard Dycus 98, Roggie Huffines 78. Algebra, Hickmon Richardson 85. 8th Grade Arithmetic, tester Ray, 95. 7th Grade. Arithmetic, Kate Howell, 100, Stella Richardson, 100. Crammer, May Carver 95. Tenn. History, Bowen Hankins 90. Geography, Cohen Howell 90 Those who made 100 in the different subjects of the 4th. 5th and 6th grades were as follows. Mabel Cassetty. Georgia Howell, Lula Woodall. Monelia Carver, Clelly Knight, Clara Lansden. Bessie Carver. Nina Howell. Jes sie Sloan. Dallas Carver, Vester Brown, Volner Bird well, Dallas Hall, May Tuller. 1 Supt Dixon and Mr. Garret -were with us Wednesday morn ing and both made very inter- -esticz talks, which were appre ciated by both pupils and teach ers. v Miss Aline Forkvm was with her grandmother, Mrs. D. For kum, of Indian creek last weekend. Ress Eller, our county board man, visited our scnooi on Mon day of last week. Our ball team has played 5 games, losing only one. Miss Gailbreath visited her sis ter, Mrs. White Myers, of Salt Lick, on Saturday and Sunday, Lester Ray failed to fill his re gular appointment on Jenning's creek last Sunday, and as a re sult was at school earlier than usual Monday morning.- W. C. Dixon attended the teachers meeting at Gainesboro Saturday. Roggie Huffines was out driv ing last Sunday afternoon and as usval was going toward Rough Point. ' (MEY1LLE R.8. Sunday school is progressing fine at this place. Fodder pulling is now on with a rush. Dave Erizzell and Harve Terry was in this part last week buy ing cattle. Dona Hix' daughter of Jeff Hix is very sick. Some moving, and some talk ing of moving as the end of the year approaches. Will Cooper left this part a few days ago for Cane creek, 4 miles below Cookeville. Wrflliam C. Chaffin is assisting Geo, R. Loftis in school at Eree- will. Biuiord Kobert3 will soon move to the farm of B, P. Law- ing at Rough Point, spent the week-end with horne folks. Logan Ragland is in Hot Spgs-, Ark. . , J;M. Draper, wife and chil dren, of Gainesboro, spent Sun day at the Draper home. " George Johnson and Dero Dar win entered school at Gainesboro MondayT Miss Leona Haile went to Gainesboro Sunday, where she has a position in the County High school Floyd Pruett has recently re turned from the oil fields of Cal ifornia. Supt. Dixon and Prof. Garret, of Gainesboro, visited the school here last week. Mrs. Hubert Haile has recent ly enjoyed a visit from her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hutche son, of Cookeville. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Baugh are visiting relatives in Ky. They will also attend the State fair at Louisville. S. G. and Errol Rogers and G M. Whitaker spent Friday in Cookeville. Miss Mattie Mai Morgan, who is teaching at Hurricane, spent the week-end with home hoiks. Vivian and Richmond Cooper, Lizzie and Willie Rogers, Craw ford and Austin Lynn have gone to "Berea, Ky., where they will attend school. Mrs. J. B. Hix, of Tipton, Okla. is here for a visit with her par ents, J. M. Johnson and wife. Dr. Hix will join her later. Mrs. J. C Darwin and daugh ter, Mildred, Mrs. Emma Shirley and Miss Annette Draper, of Cookeville, spent the week-end with T. J. Draper and wife. Mrs. M. E. Pate is on the sick list Mrs. Andrew Murphy, of Meags ville, is with her mother, 'Mrs. Susan Lynn, who is quite sick Mrs. G. C. and Richmond Dar win, Mrs. S. G. Rogers and chil dren visited Mrs. S. B. Gaines and Sarah Darwin on Jennings creeK lasf week. Mr. and Mrs, F, L. Haile and children. Mr, and" Mrs. F, B, Johnson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Anderson, Rev. O. P. Gentry and Charley Morgan were Sunday guests at the J. M. Johnson home, GAIXESB5S012. son, 4 miles south of Cookeville. A large number of young folks attended the 'singing at T. J. Hix's Saturday night Misses Cora Smith and Annie Gentry, of Putnam county, were visiting relatives and friends in this community Saturday and Sunday. Jere Whitson. of Putnam coun ty, wa3 visiting his son, Fowler Whitson, on R, 8,- Saturday and Sunday, ' . This morning makes us think one more summer has gone, and autumn is now making its ap pearance. .' Perry Hix returned a few days ago from Cleveland, Ohio, where he was employed in an automo bile factory. Perry's folks all knew him when he returned.,1 . Tom Day returned to his, home at Burton Johnson's a few days ago, after having been on Cum berland Mountain" for nearly a week. Says it dont agree with him up there. GRANVILLE DEPARTMENT. 3 mm urx Darwin, of Stone, was Will here. , School at this place is getting along nicely, with an enrollment of 98. . Rev. O. P Gentry preached his last sermon for Xhis confer ence year' at this place Sunday. tiro, uentry s congregation is wen pieasea witn nis year a work, and nope he will be re turned. Garret an J George Johnson, Ben E. .Baugh, Tom and Ray mond Haile made their usual trip to Granville Sdnday. - - Nellie Spurlock, who is teach- Fodder pulling seems to be the worK of the day. Fred Hall is attending the Nashville Bible Scnooi. Several from this place expect to go to the State fair. Well, welcome again asking for space to print this letter. W. A. Gaw has his new house complete and has moved into it Lets see the news from differ ent sections of the county each week J I ? Ji ;r, Cleo Moss has gone to Carthage to visit her uncle for several weeks. Luthur Lynn, of Roaring river and Luthei Johnson made their regular vifit to this place Friday. W. M. Bybee made his usual visit on Sugar creek Sunday. He came in early something unusual Irma and Georgia Whitaker, of-Woodrow, visited their grand father, Marian Harris Friday. Several of the boys are plan ning to go to CaL. Illinois and elsewhere in search of labor, where prices are better. We wish them much success. School . is progressing nicely under the management of C W. Davis and Miss Clyde Jackson. The school has been carefully graded and is doing splendid work. Profs. Dixon and Garret and Miss Dow Lin 2 visited school at this place last week. Miss Dowl ling ask to have a community meeting at this place, in which the mothers will be especially invited. She is able to tell them something that will help them in their canning: School at this place is progress- jing nicely. Misses Josie and ValHe Boddy Henry Haile, of Cookeville, was here last week. N James Duke, of Corinth, was in town Wedneseay. Carl Daniel spent Thursday night with Bedford Keith. Carl Huff made a business trip to Gainesboro last week. Edgar Tinsley, of Gainesboro, was in town a few days ago. Charlie Williamson took a pleas urc trip to Cookeville Friday. J. T. Draper and son, Eldon, of Woodfork, were here last week, John Watts made a pleasure trip to Sparta in his Saxon last week. . Mrs. Dona Mai Williamson spent Monday night with Miss Mary Emma Cooper. Miss Sallie B. Jones spent Sat urday night as the guest of Miss Bonnie Gailbreath. Dr. A. D. Byrne and wife, of Gainesboro. wew the week-end guests of relatives here, Mrs. Sallie Fox spent a few days as the guest of O. G. Fox and wife of Fort Blount J. P. Grisham bought several head of cattle near Gainesboro and at Flynns Lick last week. Miss Anna Ruth Hargis left Monday for Lebanon, where she will enter Cumberland Universi ty. Mr. Harris, of Lebanon, spent several days here last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Maddux. . Misses Mary Settle, of Gaines boro. and Lucy Draper, of Chat tanooga, were here for a short time last week. Dr. A. A. Huff was called to Martin's creek, last week, where he did some work. He says it sure cava to run an ad in the Sentinel. Lee Crowel, Alple Petty, Rob ert Young, Jim Hanes, Ernest Hanes. Jim and Camp White, of Chestnut Mound, attended the M. W. A. Lodge here Saturday nicrht J. P. Grisham left for Leban on Manday morning with a fine bunch of cattle, the largest num ber that has passed thru here in years, there being 150. They were valued at several thousand dollars. The school at this place con tinues to progress nicely. The acuity and pupils were address ed last Thursday by Prof. W. T. Garret principal of Central High School at Gainesboro. He was accompanied by Prof. W. L. Dixon. Now is the time boys to stay at home and attend a good school' while opportunity awaits us. cY g. Gailbreath, one of our ocal traveling salesmen repres enting Gray & Dudley Hardware Co.; Nashville, spent the week end with home folks. He ii ac companied in his Jitney by Eph- ram Daniel. They left Monday for an up river trip. Asa Williams, of Defealed creek was here Wednesday. Tilman, Ernest and Guy Gris ham made a busiuess trip to Gordonsville Monday. F. M. Williamson spent Sun day night with Mr. and Mrs. Ira McDonald, of Trinity. John Byrne, a farmer of near Granville, was in Cookeville on business a few days ago. Mrs. Annie Polk began trim ming hats for the firm of Shirley & Carver last Tuesday. Dr. B. L Simmon3 left Mon day, for Nashville, where he will be for several days on business. A. B. Timberlake, Insurance agent who lives at Brush creek, spent a few days with J. P. Bur ton and wife. Guy Grisham and Charlie Duke were called to uainesooro last week, where they were examin ed and passed. Bob Lee and Percy Hufllnes, Luster Sircy and Edgar Collier, of Salt Lick, brought fine mules in town Wednesday, it being mule day here, Mrs. Sallie Lox has returned, after visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Kelly, of Gallatin, and her sister, Mrs. Darwin, of Harts- ville, , . Mrs. N. B. Myers is now con valescent after several month of illness. Mrs. Myers is visiting her son, Martin, in Holleman's Bend. Elden Draper and J. C. dem ons recently purchased the town property of F. A. Kelly, who now lives in Gallitin. Dr, H. B, Smith has sold his country farm to Brooks Half acre. First time this property has changed hands in years. Several of the young people of this place have been attending the big revival meeting, that has been going on for the past two " weeks at Trinity. ' It closed Sun day night. Baxter Myers went to Gaines boro Thursday for the military examination. -He failed to pass the physical examination, only weighs 98 pounds, measures 4 feet and 4 inches in height and will soon be 24 years old. Bax ter came back home with an ex emption button. We were glad read the news from the different correspon dents in Itst weeks paper. Keep it up. We have a good county paper, published by able editors, and they do their part at all times. Come on and lets help, them. Flynns Lick, it seems that you are taking a vacation.: We miss your good news. The M. W. A. Lodge has re- -organized at this place, with a membership of 30; 20 new mem bers and 10 old members.' Mem bers from the Chestnut Mound, Elmwood and Buffalo Valley lod ges were present at the meeting held Saturday night and assisted in initiating the new - members. The lodge will meet every two weeks. ' this in t - m Li-. have returned irom wmpuns ville, Ky. Bro. Gentry preached. at place Sunday. Miaa Effie Whitaker was Gainesboro Wednesday. Miss Vallie Roddy visited Miss Rose Johnson Saturday. Miss Nora Young visited at Rough Point Sunday. Misses Willie Dawson Whitaker and Vallie Roddy were out mule riding Saturday afternoon. Miss Ada Chaffin entertained Saturday night All reported a nice time. Mrs. R. C Gaw visited Mrs. R. t. Roddy Friday, . Miss Kizzah Kirkpatrick visit ed Miss WUiie D. Whitaker Wed nesday night : B, C Butler, manager of the Gayety Theatre, informs the Sentinel that the 'Birth of the Nation" would be the local at traction, either Oct 6 or 13. Wacth for further ncUce text week. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE , HtlliWeiaer . n Ed Weber In Chancery Court it Giineiboro, Tenn. It ppewing' from the bill filed lo ini cauac. wruca it a worn to, that tbe Defendant Ed Welaer, la a non-reaidant of ton State of Tenneaaee, and cannot be aerved with the ordinary proceaa of law: - It ia ordered that aatd Defendant en ter hia appearance herein, before tra Clerk and Matter, at hia office in the courthouse in Gaineaboro, Tenn , on or before tie third Monday in October next, and plead, aniwer, or demur to CocapUinant'a bill, or the aame will be taken for eonfeaaed aa to him. and aet for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of tau order be pubhahed for four eonae- entire weekt in the Jackaon Count Sentinel, a newapaper published ia Gainesboro, Tenn. Toil 8th daj of September. 1917. W. F. Sadler. Clerk and Matter. P. J. Anderson, Solicitor for Com-plainanL T. L. Gist has moved his fami ly from Celina to Gainesboro. They arrived Wednesday, and are occuping the McGlasscn pro perty on the east aide of tows.