DEATH OF MISS ROSA FRIDAY. Dallas, Dec. 14. The people of this community were shocked on last Wednesday morning shortly after 6 o'clock at the sad news of the death of Miss Eosa Friday. Miss Friday has been in failing health for some time but the end has been expected for some time by the family. Miss Friday was consistent member of the High Shoals Methodist church and was lov-ei by all who knew her. She always "had a kind word for any she knew. She leaves a mother and three sisters to mourn their loss. She died at the sige of 17 years j months and 25 davs. The remains wore laid to rest in the Philadelphia cemetery Thursday witnessed by a large concourse of relatives and frier ds. The funeral service was conducted from the home by the pastor. Rev. Jenkins. The pall bearers was Messrs. Clyde Summey, Ratchford Huffstettlcr Paul Lewis. Marshall Friday, and Ernest and Warten Lutz. A Cousin.