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t vy-'ry'V Jackson County Sentinel ; J. MJbgan, Sri ' r P jf I awV ft a 'Last -Ho!! CaS Answers PUCUSHED EVERY FRIDAY AT GAINESBORO, TENN. ?r E.W. Tardy. Editor rtT C B. Gailbeath, Business Manager , Subscription price, -""T? Entered a Mcond cUm matter at tht Portoffir is Clicboro,Tenn noder Acts of Coagrm. 18JI - 1 - " ' 03 H3C JSUBCR1P riON RATES . . $1.00 iN THE COUNTY -in strictliui AdyM rw:n m (Outside of County) Xftr.-ONB YEAR .11 $1.50 ,6 MONTHS 85 rt- ti.f .A Sidney Spivey. a we "k'nowVand hicrhly esteemed cit jzen wi .near nayeiiuurjj, j viii . county," died at' hi3 home Tues ' 'day . morning. ' Feb. " 7tht .2-30 ' "'o'clock. ' His death was due' to a second stroke : of , paralysis. 18! months ago, from ; which'jie '"iJ riad never fullv refcovtered. '"' I -. '. ge wag ? a mernber ' of , the ,v'0'' Christian ' church, and was' liked . by all who knew him '' Funeral service was held Wed- '- 1 ' ..Ji. ' V... Dart Ar,rl 'few' Craighead. The1 " remains , : ' burried in the Billie West grave r , yard. "' ; '. Deceased is survived ' by hh wife, and eight children , as ,'! 1 follows: Mrs Mattie Wiisori " ' ' 1 Mrs ' Addie West, Mrs : Hattie Witcher, Mrs. Callie '" Mosley Walter, Edwin and Odel Spivey, alj of whom reside in that com munity. 'J Mrs. Narsis Martin. Mrs. Narsis Martin wife of John Martin, age 69 years and four months, died at her horn i here Sunday morning, February 5th, about 4 o'clock of heart trouble. She had been under the treatment of a physician for the past year, but was able to go about most of the time. Funeral service was held Mon day afternoon, conducted by Bro. John Fox, after which the re mains were laid to rest in the Stafford' cemetery four miles north of Gainesboro. Mrs. Martin was a devoted member of the Christian church, having united with it at the age of 15 years. She was a good woman and was loved by ail who knew her. Berides her aged husband, she leaves ian adopted son about 9 years old and one sister. Mildred Lee Vanhooser. Mildred Lee, the 5' year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samp son Vanhooser, died at her home on Harican Creek Friday night, Feb. 3, after being ill only a few hours. The remains were in terred in the Johnson cemetery on the north side of Cumberland river Saturday afternoon. Besides her parents she leaves two sisters and four brothers, and four of them have been se riously ill with pneumonia for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Vanhooser have the sympathy of a host of friends. iilrs. Vina Poston. . . Mrs. Vina Bailey Poston. age apout 63 years, died at her home in the sixth district Sunday and was burried in the Big Bottom community londay. Mrs. Poston was one of the wealthiest citizens in that dist district and has numerous rela tives and friends. She is sur vived by a daughter, Sissie, and a sister, Mrs. Abbie Spivey. Luke Dennis is having some of the dirt removed from his lot on the north side of the square and will immediately begin the erection of a nice brick building, which will be occupied by Den nis & Tinsley, a local mercantile establishment. Will Trisdale. a hnstlinz fanner of this plac, has taken charge of the exca vation, and is pushing the work as rapidly as possible. Job M Morgan, Sr., age- 88 years, lour montns ana one aayv one of the oldest and most high? ly esteemed citizens oPh&-p pyrCumbertandrectiun. died -at his home on Roaring river, three miresnortheast of -Gainasboro Sunday afternoon.!, 5th,-(at p)rm. , ToIAwingliai" paralytic stroke which he sutfered two 'or three days preceding his death, Funeral;-servicfcnwas .held ;at the rhorne-tnMonday 'Hafternoon conducied Jby vthe vRev.-j K.: A. Early. Interment tooK place j in th Gore cemetery near , the ,.A!r. iMorirah waS' born i near Gaiqesbora, November i 1U 1 833, and had spent the iriostof bis long and usefulJife inr and near, this places ; He -way a vBtera& ttf the civilwar; i He d volunteered in thearmv in May;:186h !and! was a memember of the Eighth jTen tiessee Infantry; (liich was or ganized by Vim -Gore; it I being the' first company' that was; inade uiv in Jackson-riCouhtytit - After serving a o private several months he was transferred and promoted to Captain of A. Q. M of the 8th TennM Slnfantry. and was afterward appointed Trans portatation Quartermaster. He served faithful throughout the war and was paroled at Wash ington, Ga:, Mayll, 1865. He was ClerK and Master here for one term, having been ap pointed to the office in 1891 Prior to this, he was engaged in the practice of law and was con sidered one of the ablest of the local bar. He was a consistent member of the Christian, and was devoted to his family. Ev erybody who knew, him liked him. ,i Besides his wife, who was Miss Pine Gore before her mar riage, and who is now, passed her 87th birthday, he is survived by the following children: Mrs, W. H. Haile of Cookeville, Mrs, W. F. Sadler. D. C. and Miss Ella Morgan of Gainesboro, and Job M. Jr , of . Aberdeen, Miss. He is also survived by a brother, Sam Morgan, of Cockevil e, and two sisters, Mrs. Nan Richmond and Mrs. Lucinda Ballard, who reside in California. XJi people whojave. taken Tanlac f were to form a line of march inp single file, this grand army womcyreacn clear across New-York to. SanFrancisco ..and extend,, over, rT3, 000, . intoT,the raauc ucean. a naersona LQvQfLS Haile, Gainesboro, vertisement Tenn, Ad. vnnr "mnrrfhff" hflrnn. IWongmg tOMrS. nd j&tttSn the to. fllli Get. sliced a at M. P.Batfcy side, (adv) There was a crowd, from. all, n. Bedford Hix tnd Jim Hix ffio live near' JohniaBoL the first .district of this county, were arrestedj, 4? f f'ernoon at their home on' a cTtarge of an " 11 -a 3Lr l If I B o unr iviany rnendi nartR of the county, in town Monday and the Srropori iiisplen. did business. vSam J., Boyd of rGladdico, tansactee business in ( Cainesborp Saturday. Little Joe Hargis Pjf. Qranyille, 3- visiting. his grand-parents,, Mr. alleged theft and destroying sev eral hundred feet of new lumber Clementine ves in that caen were ar rested by Sheriff Spurlock and K roughV td Gainesboro and made representative W heir appearance bei &tl Pate.' I Dili'. ill' ')() Canned . meat, Notice to Anto Owners. The Acts of the Legislature 1919 and 1921 recites, that all persons must, before running Auto, Truck & Etc. on any road or street, obtain from the Coun ty Court Clerk 2 numbers plates to be placed on the front and rear of said auto, truck or motor cycle, and any person failing to do this shall be deemed guilty of MISDEMEANOR All this comes under tne inquisicona power of the grand jury, which, convenes the farst Monday in March. " ' k ' All County uourt uerks are required and have to make monthly reports, and as I do not deeire to report any person for ailing to obey these auto laws, but I am aware that a number of the people are not familiar with the auto laws.- hence I give this notice. Please call, and get your Numbers, as it is my official duty to enforce these auto laws. February 8, 1922. G. Lee McGlasson, Clerk. Beachboard Bond Over. . Sam Beachboard, who shot and killed John . Cooper of But ler's Landing, at ;the former's home, in Tick, Sunday morning, Jan. 29th, was given a prelimi nary hearing here Saturday before Esqs. R. A. Montgomery and A. J. Pharris, and was bound over to the March term of court W. F. Hawkins, who was ar rested on the charge of aiding and abetting in tne . killing, was t, .u . L and Mrs, r i- -j j 'j r canned vege tables, ''canned ' fruits! we have them all' In ' the1" best known brands, i and at prices that will please you. M. P. Bailey & Son (adv) Vivian Reeves is convalescent from a very serious attack of appendicitis. W C Heady, after a brief stay here, has returned to his home in Spencer. Mr. and Mr. Job Morgan of Aberdeen, Miss., were called to Gainesboro on account of the death of Mr. Morgan's father, J. M. Morgan, who died at his howe 2 miles north of here Sun day night When you buy your grocerie from us you save money. M. P Bailey & Son. (adv) MM . . ianiac strengthens tne nerves and brings bacK the normal state of health through its effect on on the appetite and nutrition of the body Anderson & Haile. Gainesboro, Tenn. Advertise ment Born to Mr. and Mrs. C . C. Gore, Thursday night Feb. 12, a fine. 11 pound boy. Both mother and son are getting a long nicely. Mr. Gore, who is a prominent young attorney here says, that hereafter his services cannot be had for a song. When you entertain, you want the best of eats, teas and coffees. You can get 'em at M. P. Bailey & Son, for the least money. (adv) Mr. and Mrs. L G. Strode have recently moved to the Jack son residence on the west side of town. Mr. Strode is a prac ticing attorney here and opened offices in the rear room over the drug store of Anderson & Haile. Kememoer n it is groceries you want you can find them at M. P. Bailey &Son. (adv) Mrs. John Steele and children. of Okahumpka, Fla., have been the guests of her brother and sister, B. M. Haile and Mrs. Joe Maberry the past week. They . were en route nome xrom New Mexico, where they had spent 18 months on the account of Mr. Steele's health. '. They stopped over in Persimmon, Ky., several days to visit her sister, Mrs. G. B. Isenburg. Mrs. Steele was formerly Miss Kate Haile and has been living in Fla , for 20 years. J. k. uist wno sunereci a stroke of paralysis about three weeks ago, is reported very feeble and no hopes is held out for his recovery. Mr. Gi$t is 74 years old, and is one of the lead ing Justices of the Peace of Clay County, having been a member of that body for the past 25 years. Jas R. Burns, well Known far- of Roaring river is dangerously ill with pneumonia. He is repor ted some better today (Friday) riedat the same and was ac- and physicians are hopeful qui ted J of his recovery. foref Ru A.? Montgomery. J. 1 P.i Saturday .at 10 A. M., when they Wfll btfglvca a preliminary hear- ing. Mrs. Hi,1 'prosecutor in' the cas, had her -house destroyed by fire several weeks ago, the cause, pointing strongly to incen diary. Shortly after her house was destroyed Mrs. Hix began preparing for the erection of new one and by hard work had assembled the material on her yard. Saturday night, near the midnight hour. Mrs. Hix on in vestigating a noise in the yard, discovered that a large part of her lumber, had been carried to the public road and sawed into short pieces, a cross-cut saw be ing used. The guilty parties made good their escape, but left a plain trail behind. Mrs. Hix came to town that night and notified Sheriff Spurlock. who accompanied her home. After viewing over the grounds it was decided to call the blood hounds. Early Sunday morning Joe Maddux of Buffalo Valley was called. Arriving here near the noon hour Mr. Maddux and his hounds were accompained to the scene by Sheriff Spurlock. The dogs took the trail at the pile of eaw-up lumber, following it down the road a distance and through a field and on to the home of Jim SpurlocK's. Here the trail lead through the house and out the backdoor. Information was given there that the two Hix's had been at the house during the night From there the trail lead to the Hix home. On arriving at the Hix home the hounds trailed to two beds and laid down and refussed to go any farther. A little girl in the home gave the information that her father had sleep in one bed and her uncle in the other. The refusal of the dogs to trail far ther was easily accounted for when it was learned that the!men had left the home in a car. They returned sometime Monday and were arrested. Both are men of familes, and are sons of -'Black" John Martin. Mrs. Hix is a widow and has several children. Her husba ad died last year. - -f. 5 .41- ml -'-) ' friendaand D 0 We desire to jounce to our many former customers, that we are again in the GROCERY business- in-Gaiue&buia We-argPcropylnirnheTew . building between the garage and printing bBce,1' which X has juafe been-completed, : , ;r J!Z i 4 A special invitation jb extendq to AYi Adtizesf r6f fine j , lines of groceries we carry ?g We are especially anxious gp iotm hoiiSeiwives to call1 as we had in mind the X b problems they have in preparing the meals, . when; we ; t S; .purqhased our, groceries. " l ;""'" ix . Qrwvlol oro nra fa iron in elotnr aii aftrA.tr mrl ' J lt' ' f... V. I W HI.VU III XUVVHUf IAII StAVH HU X,. ..(alj .from the canneries last year) were bought You M ' Rolled Oats, Puffed Wheat. Cream of Wheat, Corn X . Flakes, Hominy Grites; Breakfast Beacon, Shoulders V: - and Hams; Coffees and Teas; Confectioners sugar, Do- X 1 mino Tablet Sugar; Swan-down Cake Flower and Butt-' X q er Krust Flower; Bottled and keg Pickles; Spices of all X kinds; Jellies and Jams; Evaporated Peaches. Apples q and Prunes; All kinds ol Wafers and Cakes; Appie X 0 Butter; Salid Dressing, Cream Salid Mustard, and X Meat Sauce; Sweet Peppers; Canned Fruit Vegetables )i iu mtow ui u nifiua wiu wis va vuicr euipiv twvr- . v o a c a 0 most anything in the grocery line you want and re member they are FRESH and the quality will satisfy. Our line of Apples, Organs, - Lemons. Bananas9, Grapes, Cabbage and Potatoes are the best and freshest. - For the convenience of our customers we have in stalled a Meat Slicer at a big cost When you want q the best of Bacon we have it sliced to the thickness you X X, desire. -A X r it. k !a 1 r x rt . - n wur uiuiiu is yuainy, pius Viourcesy, iionesc iber y 8 vice. Remember our goods were bought for cash at a K discount, which enables us to sell them accordingly, f y Get our prices before you buy. Free delivery in town.. uviic viucta kiieu yuiub odKuuuui ujh ii ian ui caif us when you need anything in the grocery line. M. P. Bailey fi Son Gainesboro s Uzizi Grcccry, Scdlhside E CDGCC3S0OE Honor roll primary ' depart- partment week ending Feb 3rd. 1st Crade-(C) Ather Gwinn, Bailey Phar.is, Fred Roberts. Buster Roberts, Marshel Whit- aker, Martha ' Lou Bmith. (B) Howard Anderson, Phillip And- erson, uarnn ioung, Kaymond Brown, Rex Loftis, Ernest Staff- 2nd Grade. -Joy Gailbreath Ada Sue Quarles, Irene Smith. Edna Whitakert James Draper Edward Caildreath, . Chas P. Hawkins Clarence Gwinn, Harvy Henson, llarlin Mabrey, Mead- V W a V A M ABA V UllUlMllil ' a . a ValUe Stafford. Zora Lee Waddle j0 Montgomery, Uonald Pos Margerie Mabrey. ( A) Edna ton. , Bruce . T. Settle, Undo Ellis, Georgia Kinnard. Louise . Stafford. Harry Tardy, Raymond Roberts, Mattie C. Rober S, KinnarA larV Vinr. ... . Hazel Roark, Christene Raines,' r ii.nri- mpi , - Neoma Whitaker, Joseph M. .Teacher. E OOOOOOCCOE Give nature a chance. Take Tanlac, nature's own medicine. -Anderson & Haile, Gainesboro. Tenn. Advertisement INSURANCE Rrc, Lightning, Wind stonn. ; Strong Companies Fam Property A Specialty Lee Ho 8 D 0E 00CO0O600)00f)C00C0OCC00C00E Porfen Mdms- tdwsd $230. c o New list Price of Tractor P.O. B. Detroit $395.00 o o U Price delivered to ym fw $440 U All Fam breads Fcr Dm M lb Fcrfsca Rtdad h TrcpcrtJcx DBAPEK & ' BIclGAWLlEY 0.