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C. YOl'XG'S RESIDENCE.
PARKER HOTEL. more than a year ago and has done a line business in bis linf. His fair dealings and Christian character has won tor him H e confidence ar.d respect of oui people. The sacrifices he made by resigning important offices in his county have been more than met in his prosperity in our town and county. He is more than pleas* d witn Arkansas and is do ing as much as any man in our county to bring worthy citizens to us. Dr. Jno. W. Peeples is a native of Tennessee; born in McNair county. At theageof 18 be be gan the study of medicine and graduated at the age of 22 at the medical college at Louisville, Kentucky. After a few years practice in west Tennessee, he came to Arkansas and in the winter of 1888 9 he took his first post graduate course of medical course of lectures at the college where he had graduated. He took a course tnis pr.st winter and ha * just returned, better armed for his profession than ever in life. Ills practice has been a success and he stands highly respected by all w ho know him. ' \ i OM ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL. Prof. P. L. Burrow, who has charge of our ••Tom Allen High School,” is a native of Tennessee, lie was born a tic. raised on a farm in Bedford county and ns as the 15th of 10 children. After he had reached his majority he went to the University of Ohio, at Lebanon, where he graduated with honors in 1888, after which, he came to Arkansas ana engag ed in teaching at Perryville, where he was married to Miss Ida Blackwell in 1890. After having charge or the Dardanelle public school for several years, A. became to our town d years since, where he, with his accom plished wife, have labored hard to meet the issues (it a busy school life. Prof. Burrow is of good stock. His-father s moral record is unimpeachable. hoi seventy years he served the M. E. Church South as steward, . and during''the time he never missed appointment. 00 years of his life was spent on one farm. His life was a span reaching through 4 score and 1 vears and covering the adminis tration of all the presidents of the United States, except Wash ington and McKinley. o. u. McDaniel s hardware stoke