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Several People Claimed By
Deathtjn City and
Victim of White Plague Leaving
MR. R03T. F. FERGUSON ONE.
Died of Brights Disease In The
,Q; Yesterday Morn-
Mr. R t. F. Ferguson, one of the
cityVoIdedt citizens, died yesterday
morning at three o'clock, aged 81
years. He had been in feeble health
for some time but his last illness was
of but a 'ew days. He was able to
be on the streets until a week ago
He had leng been a sufferer from
He is s irvived by a widow and
nine of their twelve children, six
sons aiid two daughters. He made
his home with Ira Ferguson, one of
his sons, at 210 East 14th street.
The funeral services will be held
at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the
residence and the body will be in
terred in Riverside Cemetery.
Deceased was a lifelong member
of the Baptist church and his funer
al services will be conducted by his
pastor, Rev. C. M. Thompson.
Mrs. Franklin Bailey, daughter of
Mr. J. M. Barren, died Saturday
night at her home near Edwards'
Mill. Death was caused by tubercu
losis, from which she had been a
sufferer -for several months. Mrs.
Bailey was 23 years old and was a
widow, her husband having died
about three years ago. She is sur
vived by one child, a son. The de
ceased was a member of the Christ
ian church. The interment took
place in Riverside Cemetery Sunday.
Claims Scores of Victims In
Oklahoma and Texas.
Answered Last Call Saturday
Mrs. Catherine Agnes Dinneen
died Saturday at her home on the
corner of Fourth and Mechanic
Streets, after an illness of several
month of cardinal asthma, aged
72 years. The deceased was a
daughter of the late Michael Harney
and was a native of Ireland. Sever
al children survive. The interment
took place in Riverside Cemetery
A large quantity of earth, loosened
by the heavy rain Saturday night,
slid from the bluff, near Corbandale
early Sunday morning, landing on
the track of the Louisville & Nash
ville railroad, and tying up traffic
for about five hours.
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Oklahoma City, Okla., April 29.
According to more detailed reports
received here the loss of life in Satur
days afternoon's storm will reach
upward of sixty. Fifty-four deaths
have already been reported The
injured list runs well into the. hun
dreds. There was heavy property loss in
the following towns: Korn, Butler,
Foss, Hinton, Sentinel, Calumeti
Rocky, Eldorado, Warren, Lugert,
Chrildress, Texas, Mexico, Granite,
and also in the district west, of
Hobart, Mulhall and the district. be
tween Yukon and El Reno. 'L
Mrs. John A. Woodbury, . presi
dent of the Kentucky Division, U."
D. C, has been appointed matron of
honor for the annual reunion of.the
United Confederate Veterans at
Macon, Ga May 7, 8 and 9, accord
ing to General Order No, 1, justSro-
mulgated by Maj. Gen, William B..
Haldeman Divisin Commander.
Other fair women, appointed by
Gen. Haldeman, who will attend
the reunion are: Miss Clara Louise
Kinkead, Altawood, Jefferson Coun
ty, spunser; Miss Rebekah Dickinson,
Glasgow, maid of honor; Mis3 Nancy
McDowell Logan, Louisville, maid of
Used to Live Here.
Bowling Green, Ky April 29.
E. C. Wilkins, wire chief of. the
Cumberland Telephone Company,
Friday raceived a telegram that
his father, M. B. Wilkins, 70, was
found dead in bad in his home in
Memphis from heart trouble. He
retired in seeming perfect health
Thursday night. For many years
he lived in Hopkinsville, removing
from that city to Memphis seven
Dr. Wiley Comiag.
At the annual meeting of the Ken
tucky Pharmaceutical Association,
which will be held in Frankfort June
17, 18, 19 and 20, the question of
making an effort to have the Pure
Food act in this State amended so as
to apply more strictly to pure drugs,
will be discussed in all its phases and
it i3 probable that Dr. Harvey vVI
ley, the distinguished chgmistf and
pure expert from Washington, will
deliver an address on the subject,
Columbus, 0 , April 29. The
Socialist party of Ohio concluded a
three days' convention here Saturday
by nominating a complete State tick
et headed by C E Ruthenburg for
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in nomination, but were not allowed
to get on the ticket, as a State law
prohibits them from holding office
ef thk character.
flow mb DUCKS PA'$S WORD?
Gathered Day by Day From AH Parte
to, Eat Corn Placed on Ice
1 for Them.
Four ducks (Amas abscura) have
been spending the winter' in the up
per covo at Hadlyme, the cove being
covered with ice from 18 to 24 inches
Jthick. At the north shore of the
cove, running east and west, is the
main road Qf the town and by- this
Bhore are two open places or spring
holes. Here the ducks spend a
great deal qfiine and. aje seen by
many people,- t '
, Late one afternoon I carried to
the spot about a peck of cracked
corn, spreading'some of it on the ice
and throwing, some of it in the
spring holes, says Arthur "W. Brock
way in Hartford Times. The. next
morning some crows came and be
gan eating the corn, .but the ducks
drove them away. Soon after the
grain was placed there two more
ducks arrived; the next day two
more; the third day one more, and
at the time of writing fifteen more
have arrived, making thirty in all.
The birds are tame, allowing one
to make a near approach before they
take flight. This proves how tame
our wildest birds become if not shot
at or molested.
A license was issued Thomas Jones
and Miss Cordie Burk, young people
of near Elmo. The wedding was
scheduled for Sunday, April 28.
Gordon B Southall and Miss Fan
nie Myrtle Chapman were granted
a license to wed. The couple reside
near Bennp ttstown and the wedding
was scheduled for Sunday night last.
Ira D. Smith, J. Stanley Bassett,
young attorneys, Capt. B. B. Gooch
and Robert McCarroll will go
west next. Friday on a. prospecting
tour, with Seattle, Wash.,, as their
objecting point. They wilf be gone
a month or more.
When to Relax.
Dr. Eugenia Hancock of New York
Baya woman should "positively relax
during the noon hour." With the chll
dren demanding lunch, the telephone
ringing ,the grocery boy at 'the back
door and an Armenian lace peddler at
the front, not to mention the neighbor
running In to borrow tre lawn mower,
this Is very ensy, of course.
Male Toad's Share of Burden.
After the eggs, of the midwife toad
baye been laid and fertilized the male
winds a string of them around bis
h!nd legs, retires to a burrow for
three weeks and then deposits tbem
In a pool, whera thoy nro batched la
the usual way.
of the Courier Journal Job Printing
Co., died last week, He had been
with the coflftgMy all hisjjf, having
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