FLORENCE, Ala., Jan. 24.-(Speclal.) Mrs. Rebecca Davis, aged S3 years, died vesterduy at the home of her son. County Treasurer Hugh P. Davis, in this city. Mrs. Davis fell and fractured her hip' bone about ten days ago. She came to Florence from Lexington, this county, with her son and was ono of the oldest Inhabitants of the county. Tho remains were carried to Lexington and interred in the family burial ground. Deceased Is survived by a son and a daughter, Hugh P. Davis, of Florence, and Mrs. W, A. Echols, of Texas, BOWLING GREEN. Ky.. Jan. 24. -(Special. ) JoHeph T. Cullln. aged ti3 years, passed away very suddenly today of heart failure. For many years lie had been a well-to-do shoemaker and was at his place of business yesterday. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. S. W. Sump-tor, Misses Mary and Martha Cullln. Mrs. Salllc Sherrell, aged 7'J years, died last night, causes incident lo oid age. at her home nt Hoys, this county. The deceased la survived by two sons, Howard, of this city, and Leonard, and three daughters, Mrs. Torn Rlgsby, Mrs. Jennie Neville and Mrs. Ed Hodge, all of this county. LEXINGTON, Tenn., Jan. 24. (Special.) Carles H. Tlmberlake, aged little more than 30 years, died in Memphis yesterday morning at 1 o'clock. Mr. Tlmberlake had been 111 for two weeks with grip and other complications, and on Wednesday was curried to Memphis for trentment In a sanitarium. Deceased was a son of Hon. E.. J. Tlmberlake, President of the Farmers Union Bank here. Ho was a member of the Lexington bar, a man of strong Intellectuality and bad tbe prom-Iso of eminence in his profession. Ho leaves a widow. The funeral occurred this afternoon from the old Tlmberlnko house, five miles north of iexlngton. and tho remains were Interred in Beech River Cemetery.