3fR. FOY DEAD. Paired Away at the James Walker Memorial Hospital Yesterday Remains Remains Carried to Scott's Hill for Interment. Mr. F. May Foy, Jr., of Scott's Hill, died at the James Walker 'Memorial hospital yesterday morning. It will be remembered that Mr. Foy was carried to the hospital about a week ago in a critical condition. Very little hope was entertained from the first of his (recovery and it became apparent a few days ago that he could not live. The remains of young Foy were carried carried to Scott's Hill yesterday afternoon on the 2:15 train and the funeral was conducted yesterday evening at 5 o'clock. F. May Foy, Jr., was 25 years of age and was a young man of exceptionally high character. :He attended the Agricultural Agricultural and Mechanical college and graduated from that institution in 1899 with the highegt honors. For two year after his graduation he taught in the civil engineering department of the Ag ricuitural and Mechanical college but his health became bad and he returned to his home at Scott's Hill,' where he has lived since. About a year ago he married Miss Maud Alexander, of Scott's Hill, who survives him. The deceased is also survived survived by his parents, three brothers and two sisters. The young- young- man's parents, were here and accompanied tha remains remains to Scott's Hill. Mr. ;Foy was injured in a runaway last 'Monday a week ago. He fell from a wagon and the wheel passed over his stomach. 'For the first twenty four hours he appeared not to have suffered any serious injury but eonplications set in and when he was brought to the 'hospital his condition avas desperate. The relatives of the young man have the heart felt sympathy of the community community in this hour of sorrow.