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The Commecial, Union City, Tena.
FRIDAY. APRIL 29. 1921, AMERICAN INDIAN . HAS AN ALEBT ildD Psychology Professor Makes Many Tests." -'A - Austin, Texa3, April 23. For the last . three years Dr. ; T. R. Garth. professor of psychology of the Uni versity of Texas, lias been maklftg tests of the taiental capacity of the Jnian; the negre and Caucasian. These investigations fcave brought' to lieht the fact. 9 says,, that the Amprionn Indian ha as alert a mind "aa white people. . He recently spent pome time among the Indians of New ar,A nuialinp'iL carrvinK on .MAA.V Ma test. ' ' " . In Oklahoma Dr. Garth visited the Chllocco Indian Training School. which is sunported by the govern ment and which offer instruction to Indian children through the tenth erade. He also 'visited an Indian cchnni in Alhnnueraue. N. M which Vioa Tndion ntiidnnt . from both New Mexico and Arizona, i ) ,: i V "In all I tested about 1000 Indians, Something over hatjf efjwhom were full blood, the rest fangfng from one eighth to flfteen-sixtoenths Indian,",' lie said. "Some of the Indians', are very 'nromislng and have great possibili ties. Heretofore, the average score of the Indian in Intelligence rating nas tBTi hfiinw that of the white. But the Indian tfexceia jbotu th white and . .9 . :.: L.-i.ai i.ti.Ha ' im'1a zno negro .ml uisuiu -v the ability to continue, longer at any f, In' "the color' preference test which Dr. Garth conducted," out of a group if 100 Indian? students, 3 8( preferred yd first, whiWgreen,' orange- yellow, purple and white occupied niddle pr end positionsin tho Bcale of prefer ence. f ; "I have tried this color test Among college students," said Dr. Garth, "and bluq ia the color preferred firsts Psychologists" consider' 'the selection wf blue as a sign of ; intelligence, When I tried th.e ' riddle' 'test.I thought Burely , the , Indians , .would " find a stumbling; block, but they An swered readily, and after the test vas over one of, the Indian girls came up to ask me a riddle." PSYCHOLOGY XF INDIAN PER SONALITY. "Out of the general mental ; tests Which Dr.' Garth' has conducted has grown the problem of studying the psychology to which certain traits of character " found iilthe Indian1 are Compared with the same traits found Sn whites. In the 'ttiental. ' tests Which he conducted on ;the , recent trip, Dr. Garth used the form' issued ' by tne National Research Council Which Is very much Interested i in this work. The American Association Of Science also has assigned; to Dr, Garth a research fund and given other aid as evidence of interest in the work, . r ft - - ' At present Dr. GarthU'not pre pared to give the. complete -results of bis recent test, as he says it will take Borne time to Complete . the figures trom them any results which, he ob tained. , . " " ' .1 .' " " -M . .. '- Dr, Chas." Allen Dead. v c ! Dr. Charles Allen. . formerly a res ident of, Fulton. 'dtet yesterday, af ternoon at bis home in Memphis. Death was not unexpected as he had been in bad health for a long time. , )- the deceased was about 3 8 years of tge, and Is survived by his mother, three Bioters and two brothers.. One sister, Mrs.iW.;.H. Spradlin, and one ' .brother, Ton Allen are; residents pf tbis city.? . The other members of the tamily live in Memphis, i! Charles wa,1 Quite a fatorlte with HFulton people during bla residence . "here. Always full of life, lovable in ' character ana disposition, he made . Iriends ; wherever. i.ne" went,. The frlendS'he made here have teen in "aorrftw over bis Tllties and regfet bis passing. The - licadef Joins other . Triends in extending sympathy tp the fcerekvetl on$. Jilton Leader. ? ' " FobteA "PawgrapbA - - - -" ; "Love fills unoccupied j hearts and rattles unoccupied hoads. 's.:.'j! professional "Jealousy .plays) lfbavoc 'with Atitfty Ufofesccd trlcndsbips.1' ; j ;Tb best) thing about a man Is the iABiicnfle h a" good ; womat " ' ' : ' The lolSi oi-fools attracts larger crowds than the wisdom at tb wise. The, .'21 mode1!, hammock ia .large nngh for ofte i and kfodig eaduj-h for two. Sweeping . political statements sflll the votert', vitb Anstt. ) : i - IXHf t'thlrffc'ttiat wbtakieV Is a drug on tiie market beafase, i.is. sol. in flras stores. V(U"n.ffti'J pis Slrst lov and his, first shave re two things' no' ntatt over forgets. Before mf Ug tevery man has a theory about managing, - wife, , bu after marriage he finds that' K's a rondition and not ajtbeory; bat toh fronts blm. l Dainty and wbpdi.-k . . , . UVA- HrC- -ft ) II Lainty in appearance ruu cifc- i , , ' JrM NWaA ; r ' ' . ! ' '. .,; ful in pomfort , The newest mod- ) ftiWJ' ' ' " ' era from the style center of Amen- . , ; . v ca will be worn by the exclusive ' " " - , i , ..r "set We can Jfit you -nicely right ' '. ,',"'" . ' ' ' now.' Do hot delay loh as they ' ."r' '.," ." - ..'t': - V.'- .. ,--.. , ... are going fast . . .,; w , , ' 1 Vn ' "7 vw. q. claqett co. - fj&j' V JA! '.Y ; ii fr ! w i ' j i f i. " . ',;' i'l!' . ;t -J " ' .r ' ' S I :s' !!.J Jij v t.5 r . ' ... '. .. - "'' ' . . ; r Marriage Licenses. rCalvin Barham and Estelle Cole. Oscar Beggs and Flat? Jones, j T.it.. nutria a A T.ula T? ii aVi i n tr U.B. imaieiy per t f Virgil. Walker, and tola Harwood.fbhange Tates.' Bozzle Gray and Doy Franklin, .Harold Lewis and Lenora Dun nlhgiV 'Uf , ri' , ' Clyde Crow and Hester Knight.; ) ' John .A. CJ Thomas and Mamie Armstrong. , 1 n " COLORED r, Elmo Morris and Jane Smith, n Marshall Frailer and Birdie Tune. The Facts i v Marshall Fratler and Birdie Tune. Railroad and Public utilities uom-i "T' " - , - -u'"' " " ',"'," (Incorporated) , ' '. ' ! , A." ,, ' -' - . r 4 ? -- m':.,,-..!. ;'"j v-i, V'ftV-"i"'" - - Z - S Vi tl1 " : ' : The telepKonfe industry in TenAessee faces a crisis unparalleleri during is , entire j history the cumula : : ! be effect of conditions during the past four years conditions which .this cympany was powerless to influ l ' " ence 6i control. ! The'6nly cure for this condition is such increase iri the charges for ; telephone service as ' . twill produce a revenue sufficient to pay the cost involved in rendering this service arid leave such a margin. of profit as will equal a reasonable return upon the value of its property within the state devoted to. public . . ! ' use and as will restore the Company s credit to the pomfwhere it may obtain the large sums bf additional hew capital which must be raised if the public i to be supplied with adequate facilities and service. ' . Investment ..... Gross revenue..., Total Expenses.. Net revenue ...-- Par cent of net earnings to investment. ...- ... - r . A l ;nr' ' .' ThL eompny 'li'aw'sMl 'imiiGt to'llie lesitl nfe UbterMt blfari dlaie TealleMefe- - ? r ; ! there were fid excess earnings in the past These figures show the actual operations m this State. , , ; , j , .r; , v. 1 r. ,h .-.v . ..t rtj.,i up uj:ij.-a.vi ' 'i.rtrrt. . "... ..'w.". , , , . ; " 'TEeye is ne question bf stocks' or bond or capitalization of any kind involved, i i These figures represent - . . the original cost of me!actual physical proper the actual , Ksemcurred in operating that ptoperty and the gross anct net revenue received nothing more and . -fv nothing less. fij ,;;.J 4. f .frf.ai.r... . "--. J -'lw .tfH It is obvious to any business man that the revenue is not sufficient to properly operate the business and that the present rates ! ' U$S3H&?A ) OU Ks3 ffr WTTUrvA,- notice. :;u - ' The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has filed a peti tion before this Commission,; asking fnr an nvprAfi-ft increase of . aDDroxi- mately 24 per cent in tho present ex- A 'iwinv of the cetition and - tne proposed v change In rates ; will be mailed, to the mayors of the cities and towns of the State. Tho case will be heard before the Commission ia Nashville on May 24, 1921, abd th's notice is published in the press in order that the general public may be advised of tha hear ing.'." . i Railroad and Public utilities uora of r the .Telephone. Situation in '""'-""i!r. ' . r. .-I.'.-;.-. - full,:. i.'rfJ- 'l-l I;- . CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. .tji, The following figures show the results ot its operations in Tennessee during the past five 1916 .$11,12,$4748 ; - 1917 $12,S6l,4S2.12 . i.234-753.60 ( ' 2,702,i7i,96 . 632,580.70 , 8,0id,?82.90 ' 2,524,5.65; , 494.067.25 4.19 pbr ct 4.30 per et. itfe confiscatory. : i , . , .., -i mission. - i ( !? (Adv.) B.'A. ENLOE, Chairman. ' IS YOUR PIANO EH TUNE? ! 1 .f.i i i -I k, . i " ' ' ' How can you hope to retain the best possibilities of your piano t How may' you preserve that Intended In dividuality of your piano; that solid ijity and evenness of temperament fend scale; that original quality1 of voice; that pleasing touch ; that quick and responsive action?; Simply and pnly . by, careful . inspection, , by frequent tunings, by tone regulation, and by repairs when necessary. KncwHai nricofl ror ireaueni ana r . , - 1918 $18,048,580.81 8,439,007.52 3,104,565.78 334,441.74 ,v .1919 i !.. $18,885)118.35 4,248,996,97 ' 8,798,695.27 2.59 per ct. '- 3.04 per ct. a E. v: YC'jr.gt!cc3, -D. V. fl. Graduate Veterinarian Office, Recce Alexander Calls Answered Promptly ) office, CumberUnd 192. Home 192 Phones j Resi.lence. Cumb, 312: Home 261-2 , . ( Cumberland 461 TelePhoneS: Count, 262 ..... Dr. C. E;iUpchurch DtNUSl Over Mr Ama'i Millinery Store Union City, : : i Tenni B.H.Sisk, D.VJ, Graduate Veterinarian Office Jonea fit Campbell's Mule.Bam . . - ' ' ! 1 ; i ' I Calls answered. promptly Day or i s Both Phones . , Dr. W. J. Jones I DENTIST , v' ; ;.; Union City, Tennlj 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-3 IIIJ;MILLINu HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. 7 ky Competent Trained purses , PR. W. A. MAHXING. . , . .Chief Surgeon m tJaJon GtyTenn.11 Both Phon. 4t.v ! Makes Hens Lay Gets the eggs In any weath er. It la easily glren In the fppf! and doesnt force Of bart the hen In any way: ' Don Sung s a real tonic' Try It--if It doesn't pay for Itself and p y yob a good profit besldesvyour InoneV trill be promptly refunded. Trial size 60 cents. ? Incubators and Brooders. iWEHMAN'S HABDWAEE STOBE. regular tunings. ' , ' StandardTpTlces for special work. Special prices for club work. .. i ; I can assure that your, work will laisfac7S5ed, "d my " ! Address, Terrell, Tenn. Telephone I can assure that your, work will 389-Y, Martin, Tenn. , , -v Faithfully yours, 5-2tpd 6. R.TFUQUA. - -' We were afraid wjjfrere late ,jfo the gjicture ?at 1 the movie sbowj last night, but when we arrived they'd only reached the t tourtS ; assistant camera man. so we Had oodles of ttme.uiacy" (ill.) "Joi 1 ' A years: , , " . $15,683;301.41 ; 4,944.567.4? 4,638,783.09 805,784.40 ' 1;95 per ct. 1 '. J Tennessee t ' V 9 , J S f In Memoriam. " A gloom was cast over the hearts ot friends in this city when the nies-; sage came over the wires that Mrs. C. J. Crockett, of Detroit. Mich., bVd passed into rest at 5:22 o'clock Wed- nesday morning. April 13, 1921. She was born In McKensle, Tenn., . Feb. 27, 1877. Two years later she. with her- parents,- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards, moved to Union City, Here she spent her childhood days, growing into beautiful 'young womanhood. . When yet a little child she gave her heart to the Lord and united with the Cumberland Presby- terian Church. She was a devoted Christian, always faithfuls and effi cient in all church work. She was married to Chas. J.Crockett, former ly of this city. Vho, with two chil-j dren, Chas. J. Crockett, Jr., and Mar garet Edwards Crockett, survives her. . She is 'also survived by her mother and her brother, W, J. Edwards, of St. Louis. How like the beautiful springtime was her life, always ra diant and brimful of hope! . . . , . v.The writer' has known Meredlthi as we -.called her,' since childhood and will keep the memory of her friendship as one ot life's dearest treasures.' (5 ' ' 'i.i "I k n o w n o t where beneath, above - ' . The ;.gatherlng place so wonderful. But all who fill our life with love " Go forth to make it beautiful. "Oh! wealthy, with all wealth of grace, Of noble heart, of fair, sweet, faoe ' Is that exalted 'meeting place! ' . -"And as we think f all we "'know " Who there bave met and part no ' ' more;' . ' - .',. "J -t ' Our longing hearts desire home, too, With all the strife and trouble o'er. . So poor the world now they have ;i , .;;:,epne;'r .; ,,"; - We scarcely bear to think upon i -1 The years before onr rest la won. r "And yet bur Father' knoweVh , best The lov or sadness MiM "we beed. 4 The time wb6h we may take bnr Test, And be from sin and sorrow freed,? So we will wait With patient grace, Till in that blessed gathering place, We meet our friends and see His I face." , Death of Baby. f friends tender the kindest -The ! Sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. John Mo I rland ' ln ' th6 1088 ' 0i ttelr baby daughter, Mary Ellen, "eleven monthfe oldwhosc death took, place Tuesday morning, tne zetn in.f ai a ociuua.. "Th romat-na ware shiDDed to Ken ton Wed h'CRay Jor interment. ' i FOB SAIE. ....Potato slips ready to plant. Florr Yam, Nancy Hall and Porto Rico Yam at 2Bc per 160,. 12.25 per, 100$, F.O.B. Union City, Tenn. Ask for prices onalargeramounts," v 5-4t G. W. TUCK. UK. Cumb. ; Phone - 4 3 S-J. , k v ' , , ; HEMSTITCHING. We ?ao hemstitching and Picotlng for the public. All work done promptly by- experienced operator. Mail orders given special- attention. SINGER i SEWING- MACHINE CO. V I r Umon city, Tenn. &-tr Cumberland Phone 232. V- A SWEET SONG. : A .Singer Sewing Machine. Sold on easy payments. Old machines taken id xchang& . Write, us call in per son or telephone cumo. rnone zjs if interested.; , . 7 6-tt SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. . Union fcity, Tenii. Nancy Halt and Florida Yarns from puure seed; ready May 1, 25c, per lett, t2 85.p?r 1000; 5000 and over, M.00 pet, 1900.. Cash with order. 6-tf - itOBT CARPENTER, s Phone No. 582;' Union City Tenn. WASTES.; yam Irnnw vra mi-pv m Tit! i una of sowing machine supplies, needles and oil, also 'repair work done by experienced .man. In fact,, bring to us all yotir 'sewing machine worries.. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 6-tf - Uaioi City, Tetta S 9 " " A motorist put up at a village inn in England. r He had' Just bought the car new and did not hesitate to brag about its capabilities to the inkeeper. Tfia - frtllAVrlniv mftrntn tr hnw0VfV when Ke called for his bill, he gazed t it in .consternation, .ji A ,' ."Landlord." he called oat. "I've been very' comfortable here all night, and your charge for bed and break' fast is very reasonable; but what's thi- 80 shillings for housing my car ln your stable?" ' V'Well;.kjir,".TepJi4d the inkeeper, "Oi've jjo had one stop here afore, anrf'l dWt exactly kno whot to charge, afld atuyer. was, a-tellin .01 liat,-. 'twas -forty "horsepower, 'Ol charge 2 shillings a norse, as Oi al ius" charge."