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Nashville Banner from Nashville, Tennessee • 7

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Nashville Banneri
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Nashville, Tennessee
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MONDAY EVENtsi AUGUST 30 19 NASITVILLE BANNrrt 3IONDAY AUGUST 36 1900 7 11-1ULIATE- I AlTDs FIFTEFII 1HUNDREDS SWEPT AVAY- 1 ji TITfl11ATTh ATllpRc VITIMTIT 11117IFq Illuuatuiu minrata 1111111JUI nuitma CLOSIIIG SERVICE AT LIOliTEAGLE CLOSING SERVICE AT LIMITFACLE 1 iuu 11 1 iJnuld4 AgEpgilscpiqls OFFICERS ARP PERSECIII(ITIS tilui i LIILUVLU I JAW elIqT1171 11(ITIQP uualuelii-nuuan SYSFELI IlEADED THROUGH VIITH A111-' LINE FROM I 11011THVIESII To ATLANTIC COAST EtaLuttpTolii sysTEL1 HEADED 1111110UCdi -t IINE FROM 4 -NORTHWEST TO AILAITIC COAST I I END OP 7'33M SEASON EXTENDED MTY-EtelitT ACOORDING TO AiLIOCIALTION3 OS BILL TILED BY IiirT2102Cp SON I to3rs teintinued Front to Sevierville ever the Knoxville Sevierville ilk Eastern to Sevierville SO miles where it will connect with the Seaboard Alr'Llee at Ruthertordton and tirtenea to Wilmington making an air line from the INortinvest to the coast through Nut villa First Fatsi trrEAlcsoAT- iirilyzeTolt3 i2ra 1 (Conthweit from Ttret Pagel ths price of anything at4 the present time but titer is a shortageef all -the necessities of life in Monterey altd railroad comstinaleation a cut of for-a week the conditions will assume serions proportions PROPOSITION TO RAISE 1 WRECK OFI)1E MAINE i 6 i 1 i END OP THE SEASON vrincit ACCORDING TO ALLICOILTIONS OS trrwrsoAT INSPECTORS LZAV- (continued from First Page-Y 1 I MTY-ErtnitT BILL TILED' BY TNONCP (Continued Front First Pate) 'UM DITILDINO-011 07 i DAYS SON I SONS 71CIALS the price of anything at4 the present 1: to Sevierville ever the Knoxville' Sevier- tilge' hilt the" il a Ihertegecd eltdithiet 1 11 ville ilk Eastera to Sevierville 10 miles 0 ncessitis of life In Monterey all I where it will connect with the Seaboard weekthe onditions willaram railroad comainalcatioa is cut off for a i I I Air' Line at Rutherfordton and thence to Commis-quarters roportions 1 Wilategtn vine making an sir line from the Northwest to the coast through Nast- serions 'I PROPOSITION TO RAISE 1 Steam-'I WRECK OF THE MAINE 11 I I I 14 present II ot all -tho sod it of tor Lo soriogs 1 Surveyors in Yield 1 Special to tho73-aar-datt Hopkineville Ky August 30z----A party of railroad civil engineers arrived la this city last night over the I from Nashville This morning early they 1 began Operations in the vicinity of the Tennessee Central connection with the I'Illinois Central The engineer in charge has so far de I The engineer 'An charge has so far de 1 clined to Surveyors In Yield the Secial aarst Hophinsville Kir August 10--A party of railroad civil engineers arrived hi changes one naturally looks to and the cause and here they are not far to seek He was educated as A civil engineer and at once entered railway service in this department He became a etilef engineer before he was at all concrned in -any other department of railway work Mrr Felton west born February 3 1333 et philadelphia PA He was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and began railway work in Aug-use 186k a rodman for the Chester Creek Railroad now a part of the Philadelphia Baltimore Washington From 1870 to 1874 be was successively leveler and assistant engineer of the Lancaster Railroad now a part of -the New York New 'Haven Hartford engineer in charge of surveys of the Chester Paoli Railroad now a part of the Philadelphia Reading In August Mt he was en-pointed General Superintendent of Abe Pittsburg Cincinnati St Louis and In September 1801 his jurisdiction was ettended over the Cincinnati kingum Valley and the Little Miami new a part of the Pittsburg Cincinnati changes one naturally looks' to find the cause and here they are not far to seek Ho was educated as a civil engineer and at once entered raniraY service in this department He became a tide engineer before he was at all concrned in 'say otber department of railway work 131 Mr'Felton was bora February 3 3 et philadelphia Pa He was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology and began railway work In Aug- use 186S a rodman for the Chester Carreinkh ilia iniroaltidto? tile tilal1- FROM STRIVIC31 CITY Utterly Impossible to Describe Scenes of Destruction-ow associated Press-Monterey Mexico August 30---At moos yesterday it stopped raining for the lira time sinoe last 'Thursday afternoon ate come Idea of the horrors of the good of Friday night and Saturday could be 41)- It was at first reported that SOO lives were lost la the disaster but yesterday shows that-Abe ntmzher of dead will reach 1200 and may be more The river has- fallen cossiderebly and while still high the danger is new over Seventeen and a half Inches of rain fail Is the oMcial record during Friday Saturday and yesterday This rain was a steady downpour and at no time approached status of a cloudburst The river was higher than it has ever been in the history of Monterey and at one time the Plaza Zaragoza the highest part of the city' was Sooded depth of about one foot This was early Soturday morning end only lasted until the approach on the south side of the San Luisito -bridge wail washed out Thousands Nomeless Fully fifteen thousand people are FROM sTarcnctzt crrr utterly IImpossible ble to Describe scenes Of Iteetetlett Sy Associated Frees Moterey yesterday it stopped raining for tbe fret Mexico August 10 --At oes ru- n- time of the horrors of the good of sinoe last Thursday afternoon an ome idea Right anti 'Saturday "tad be l't was at fret reported -that' $OO lives were lost la the disaster but Special to the Benoet-- Montage Tenn August 30--The twenty aeventh session el the Monteagle Sunday-school Assembly closed lest night after a programme of fifty-eight days Rt Rey Thomas Collor Eplecopal Bishop of Tennessee preached the last sermon of tb neuron yesterday morning A patriotie air anon in which be mode a strong appeal for citizenship his text being in Matt air: 7 "Nation Sitall Mee Against Nation's end Kingdom Against Kingdom -Dr Hamill as Chairman of the Playground Con3mittee for another years made a statement showing that etioe has already been subscribed tor this feature After the song service last night Allen CL Hall spoke is regard to Monteagle as an institution and Uwe things for It stands: sad the programme of the eaawe waa cloowl with prayer by Dr 11 Ruins of Milford Tex Oa Saturday the Woman' Aseociation met and elected teeters for the coming yew' as ((Mews: President Itre New Orleans First Vice-President Mrs Taylor et Memphis Second Vice-President Mrs James Jackson Atlanta Recording Secretary Mrs ames A Lyon Clarksville Corresponding Secretary Mra Herman Kates Tniesurer Mrs Henry Morgan of Nashville The Sattirday progranime wee largely d- voted to music A chamber concert in which Mies Mamie Wessel Mr Strahm Mr Wolf Mr Leon Miller and Mr Brantley Smith participated At night the closing concert took place ill the auditoridet WLI Irla Wolf Smith At DI the au Softie: to the sensor- Mooteagle Tenn August twesty eovaeut sesetes a the mentesitie snadav school Assembly closed last night atter a programme of fifty-eight days RL Rev- Thomas Ostler Epiecopal Bishop of en essee preached the lest sermon of tb lieseou YeaterdaP meentall mon is which be A Paulette ee' mode a strong appeal tor citizenship biz text being in Matt 7 aluv "Nsuon snail Rise Agatuat Nation'-- Itt Aii and liXfm ganst nad A bill leehinff to Perpetually 0210111 the Hurnais Society Board of Commissioners and its officers from exercising any authority 'power or control over the Members of the firm of Thompson A Sons or over their agents employee servant or property las beefs filed by conaplainants It is steted that the Complataanta are engaged le( the business of furnishing water to the residents of Nashville front spring on their farm that it is necessary for them to snake deliveries promptly and regularly but that for two years past they have hose so luunpered by the Humane Society Commissioners and officers as to greatly damage their business It is alleged that frequent arrests have been made on the pretense that horses were being cruelly treated when in fact there was no cruelty It is stated that on Saturday one of the officers stepped on of complsteaat's wagons made the driver take one of the horses out of barium's return him to the farm a distance of several miles and bring another before the wagon could be brought late the city and water delivered to complainants customers All of this the plaintiffs say amounts to perseeution and ask that the defendants be enjoined The defendants named are the Board of Commissioners of the Humane Society Allen Secretary of the Board and 'Alley W-d Gleivels and Allen members of the police force assigned to duty as humane officers A bill seeking to perpetually enjoin the Humane Society Board of stimera and its oMcors from exercising rwer or Control over the authority nn Members of the firm of D- W- ThemPees Sons or over their agents employee Servant or property la been filed by conaplainants It is stated that the Coin- i ta 41 1 I Pa nen are engage a business Several Federal with headquarters in Nashville seem to have mistaken September 1 for October 'front the disarrangement of Mos furniture at the custom house In the rooms of Steamboat Inspectors St John and Ocoee chairs clocks tables carpets and Whir miscellaneous articles are piled In a heap in readiness for a transference to the Stab Imam building and as soon as the- offices are vacated the partitloas tures etc for the chief clerk of railway mall clerks will be installed The Superintendent of railway mail clerks for this division was in Nashville to-day and it is expected IR Brown the chief clerk will take charge of the offices tomorrow or Wednesdar In another part of the building the paraphernalia of the naval recruiting of-deem is beginning to-arrive The equipment which has already arrived has heen placed in the offices but will not be installed In its proper place until the arrival of Lieut Ernest Brooks: Mr Brooks accompanied by the United States Surgeon and four odic awe is expected from Chattanooga any day now as he has already bees relieved by the recruiting party from Oklahoma It is thought that naval recruiting headquarters for the Nashville District which also includes Memphis and Atlanta and the headquarters for the Chief Clerk Railway Mail Clerks will be in full operation by the end of the present week The Steamboat Inspectors will have three large rooms on the tenth door of the Stshiman Building Several Federal fncials with bead- la Nashville seem to have mis- disarranireent of ce furiture at tbe taken September 1 for October 1 from the inMn euatOm tense In the of boat Inapectors St- John and Greea chairs clocks tables carpets and other miscellaneous articles are piled la a heap in readiness for a transference to tly Asoodsted Proem 1 Sy Associated Press Washington August Vropoela Lien made to the Cuban GOvramont by au Argentina firm to raise the wreck of the Maine recalls the fact that heretofore underthe autpicee of the United States it eostract waa givea to an American concern for this Our' pose Some of tbe armament several the bodies thet remained in the and records of the ship were secured but ths effort to raise thS vessel was 1 abandoned Just what the attitude of the Amer-eon government may be towards a prop-ovation to raise the vessel le not known Hetetotore it has been held that gross alone bas the authority to sar' whet may be done with the wreck and that no executive department of the ernment could abandon the governmentl---4 claim to the vessel Presumably there- fore whatever may be done in the mat ter may require the final consent of the American government 1 1 cir ket of r-' I4 14 as :1 1- 11 ok I A 54 'I e7 be er haseetitied Press l- 1 Washingt August So-orne notelobol'w OR ugue Lien made to the Cuban Government by I I give any information but three tmembers of the party have been posilively identified as engineers in the employ of the Tennessee Central Railroad Company It is also known that teams and camp supplies have been secured here indicating that the party will take the field for an extended trip The supposition her is that the party 1 I beaded for Paducah and that the our- I vey is the beginning of the long looked for extension of the Tennessee Central to the Ohio River to connect with the eb1ell10 Burlington Quincy Which is also beaded for that point Special to the Deaner Paducah Ky- --August 30--Chief Engi- neer Ir- Lminbladh of the Tennessee Central of Nashville Tenn was a guest of the Palmer House this city last night and left early this morning by-private conveyance for the West He evaded newspaper men while here and nothing definite could be ootained It is believed here that tile Tennessee Central Is about to build from Hopkinsville to this city to connect with the Burll'egtopf which is new building into MetropolisI Ill opposite the city 1 I DECREASE IN PRODUCTION AND DECLINE IN PRICE DEC! i IE 11 1 1 i I IP i I I 1 I i i li 1 I i 1-- I I 1: 1' l' lo l' I 1 1 li: I I I HI POWER AND LIGHT PLANT DFSIROYED GHT nO VERDOrtlESEASON OPENS SEPT 17 SPARTA -e WILL ME LZIT IN' DAIIZNES3 AND ZQZT OP PONVER SEVERAL ILONG LIST OP ATTRACTIONS BOOICED-ADZIAIDE TIMES-'TON TEE murr Sy Associated Prem Washington Ky August 30--0010 mining operations fee 1901 were attended by both a decrease in production anti ado-cline in the ptrie per ton aceording to the United States Geological Survey The states total production of coal was 10- 246552 short-tons With a spot value of $10217162 There was a falling -off 61 506571 short tons a decrease la value of 2106787e and decline In overage price of 1 2106 to 6101 The state's coal mines gave -employment to 16996 men to that year butaccording to official figures the number of working days was reduced from- 210 In 1907 to 166 in 1902 It is pointed out as an interesting factor in ttis connection that more than two-thirds Of the coal mining operations In Kentucky are conducted on the non-union basis and in consequenee the eight hour day is not so generally observed as in other coal mining States The steady Improvement in the 'productive capacity per employs for each day tea been due in a large degree it is declared to the Increased use of coal milting machinery The machine mined product increased 'from 21143505 short tons in 1903 to 5252753 short tons in 1906 When mining rat began It Is estimated that the original coal supply in the state was more than 104000000 0 rt toesrrom this original supply it is said only two-tenths of 1 per cent has been mined Ey Aa Waal ing op both a cline I the tit state's 24131143 $10g17 106671 $10671 Lot The ment I cordini workin 1907 tc an int that mining ducted COMION 1 genera In et The ductive day lie decinre mining produc tons I 190S I Whei that tt was 1 rrom 1 two-tm Will Mills the 00141ot County Court Clark of Hopkins CroUnty Ken tucky is In the city Mills condvet in oMce has been "net tbat the Republicans this year wilt put out De opposition He la a YOU1111 Man Plat turned SO and has held the olnco for two terms Col A Enloe Messrs Frank Avent Mat Williams Will Ashworth- George Calhoun Ed Wells and Loon Cheok have returned from Crossville from which point they went tamping fon th Clod River They were joined Crossville by Judge Snodgrass and Mr Nick Ferguson The party hadia delightful outing' and caught enough nab to sup ply their commissary Mr" Leon Cheek io) said to have made- the best -record-with 'The hook and line Goy Patterson left Saturday afternoon for Paulkner Springs to join his 11-11111Y- He expects to remain at till Springs for a few days only 1 Mr Scruggs Private secretar3 to Gov Patterson has retturned from week's stay in iSomervilfe his home town where his family Is ispondlit the summer season 11 I ty bt st rc- el ol rir sk I'd- Pli or at Mint tbt i Hill Railway Magnate who extensive interests will be extended tbrough Nashville from northwest to Atlantic Coast via Tennesse Central ewe A I Significant Statement When shown the above dispatches title morning Mr George A C1arie0eneral Manager of the Tennessee Centralth this city Mated that it would probabirbe re- membered that when Mr Clay Pierce and Cot Felton paid a visit to Nashville In June of this year that Mr 'Pierce stated it was not Me Intention of the owners of the local road to allow its activities to be conftned to the limits of its present termini It will also be remembered that Mr Piercer retired from the chairmanship on July 1 and Col Felton was elected Na successor and that Mr Pierce went I abroad shortly thereafter stating however before sailing that Col Felton would in the meantime make a close study of the situation especially with reference to the necessity for further extensions 4 1 do not feel that I am authorised I to make any further Matement at this I time' said Mr Clark 4 While positive confirmation could not I be obtained from General Manager Clark I the report that Me Tentiessee Central 1 engineers are in the field between Hop- I kinsvills and Paducah gives strength to I the report that has been current In high i railroad circles for some time to the I effect that the lim" Hill Interests are about to invade the Southeast and that i the Tennessee Central will form the int- 1 portant connecting link through Nash- Tillie for ant air line from the great 1 Northwest tol the Atlantic Coast 0 Specie' the Emma Sparta Tenn August plant of the Sports Electric Light Power Coln4 pany 'Wits'completely destroyed by fire about 10 o'clock Sunday morning The origin of theAlre Is not The dr In the boiler room had 1 been banked about night before viten the water power was turned on for the rest of the night The Joss of the Light Power Company is about $3000 with 42- 000 insurance The building belonged to the Farmers' Mill Elevator Company and was a total loss which is said to be Prseticalir covered by insurance This leaves Sparta in the dark Inasmuch ie the Anderson Tubb Power Company which is now Constructing a plant below town have made a contract to furnish power Sparta will be wlthout lights until this plant is ower for pumping was furnished the Sparta Water Company so there will be a rhortage of water until pumping arrangements can be made The Inconvenience of no -lights in homes business houses and on streets will be keenly felt ih- Zama The Vendome aeon will open September 17 with Miss Adelaide Thurston la the new comedy ''Contrary Mary" The first perform once Win be on Friday and two others will be given Saturday' afternoon and night The coming season should be one of the beet In the hiatory of the Vendome from the bet of attractions annouaced by bilanager Sheets Forty-six In all have already bees booked and some others will be added With such a large number of attraction' there should be few dark eight at the Vendome this year The list of bookings follow: The Servant In the House" The Wolf" by Eugene Walter author et "Paid in Full" and "The Etta lest Way" Harry Berssford Al Field' 'Minstrels "The Climax" (mush-al) Moabite Walsh George Cohan In "The Yankee Prince" (musical) Florence Gear in "Fluffy Ruffles" (magical) the Jefferson' In "The Henrietta" format Hackett Red Mill" (musical) "Brewster Mit lions" Tim Murphy Louis James le Henry VIII "The Golden (musical) Olga Vethereole Dave Wart Id in "The Music -Maater" Fritsi in -The Prima Donna" The Merry Widow" "Polly of the Circus" Mrs Fiske In "Salration Nell" In ternational Grand Opera Company "The Roundup" Paul Gilmore in "The Call of the 'North' Rose Stahl in "The Chorus Lady" Cohan Harris Minstrels The Girl of the Golden Vi'est" Grace Van Studdeford In New Comic Orem" "Little Nemo" Robert Edeson Richard Carle "Man of the Hour" "The Cat and the "ladle --rh Girl From Rectors" (muiticni "A Gentleman From Mississippi" "Le" John Young (musical) Lillian Ruasell Victor Moore in "The Talk of New York" (musical) "Buster Brown Dodson in "The House Next Door "The Old Homestead" Max Fignian "King Dodo" "The Thief" UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SESSION COMES TO END UNIV 1 IOa I i i 1 i 'relies erellell cago St Louis In January int he was appointed General Manager of tha New York New England now a part of the New-York New Haven Hartford and in February 1884 was made assistant to the President of the New York Lake Erie Western now the Erie in special charge of the New York Pennsylvania Ohio and later was appointed General Manager of the latter rood also now a part of the Erie In January 1885 be was elected Vice-President of the New York Lake Erie Western in charge of the traffic depadtmeet and in October of the same year his jurisdiction was extended over the operating department From November 1890 to March 1892 he was President citthe Virginia Georgia now a part of the Southern Railway and from 1890 to 1896 was President of the Alabama Great Southern aloe- Jut November 1880 he was also elected President of the eincinnati'New Colleen Texas Pacific and in March 1898 when that road passed into a receivership he was appointed receiver severing his connection with the road in October 1E99 when the receivership was dissolved He was elected President of the Chicago Alton on September 7 1899 which position he resigned November 26 1907 to become President of the Mexican Central AFTER NINETEEN YEARS WIFE ASKS FOR DIVORCE Special te the Planner Sewanee Tens August 20---The closing entertainment of the University Extension Seirtien was held last night at Forensic Hall sad bt large attendance was present to enjoy Oh Nakeepereen play Those taking part were no following: Prof William Norman Guthrie Pawn Mr Rob Mean Mr Power Mr Wheat Miss Buck Mims Guerry Mime Bettav Mr 'Berry Mr Penick Oins Isaac Bait end Mr Mitchell The oocation was enjoyed by ill and quite a neat sum was netted which was tot the benefit of the university The summer school has been doing some excellent work under the management of Prof Guthrie The university begins next month and the propects are better than ever before or a larger list of students Some of the old students are already returning All the old cbapet buildings have been removed to the A campus and this will be much more convenient for the cadets thee here tenni as this will abandon all the long drills each morning before the- Flans spcial Seal 'marts ISeeedou sad bt 't were Guthrie Mr Bettav and Mr all and was tel summei lent Guthrie and th4 tor a I old atu old dm the 8 fliers totOr drills Alleging that on three occasions her band assaulted ber striking her with his fist ast4 I then his treatment of her was generally cruel I4a Vig4ort has filed suit In the Ciretilt Court for divorce front Julius Vigdort 1 They were married Mar iteter fourteen years of married life Laura Sloan has filed suit for divorce from William Sloan She allegreo that he abandoned her two years ago She asks absolute divorce and custody of their 14-yell-old eon Walley Sloan FOUR NEW CONCERNS $75000 INVESTED -1 4 NOBLE WOMAN PASSES INTO GREAT BEYOND 11VDLIA lithatill I ItOOLLI Iffro GREAT BEYOND 'Speaker Wm Kinney of the State Sea- ate and Mrs Kinney lattote in Nashville stopping at the Maxwell House Saturday afternoon and night en route IA their home in from Mont eagle where they have been spendlef a portion of the summer 1 Senator Fred Mansfield of bleMine Connty was in the city yesterday abak-- log hands with many friends The Sea- ator was en route home He said be was not worrying over politics at preel ent but was trying to Make the beat living be could from th practice law 1 The Tennesseans are among the Maxwell House A Mtir-- gen Knoxville: Thordas Waverie Hutchison Springfield Mrs Moss Jackson A Tigrbte Jackson: Parley Crossville 1 foot Jr Chattanooga: Hickersoa Manchester Brittain Jackson I The following -Tennesseann are at the Tulane to-day: Yorst Columbia: yr King Mecophie A Algood Cookeville: Dotson Pulaski Cowles Franklin: Winters Adams: log Brown )4urfreesborol Cello-- way Springfield Fred Warner Chatts- n001111 ir DEATHS OF A DAY Mrs Mary Bell widow of Mr Bell died yesterday afternoon at tbe home of her Imo-in-law Dr Thompson 1113 Seventeenth Avenue Omits The funeral lb a conducted from the resident this after noon by Rev A Sowell Interment was made et Mt Onset Emmett Walker Grimes infant son et Mr sae Mrs Walker Grimes died yesterday at the home of his parents 306 In Avenue North Rev Lin Cave condUcted Atte fun oral services from the realdente thie afters noon Interment took place atilt Oilvet Mr John Tierford Gamble tin es-Coifed erate soldier died yesterday of She Old $ldIeri home Ho was born to Rutherford County in Ma and ennsted ii Oempany Twenty-eighth Tennessee fiegiMent in ask' Ile was twice wouvKled and captured near Cleveland in lain lie was tent to prison at Rock island and remained there nettl the close of the war The body 30rS tsars Rutiterford County for interment Mr Newton Bankston Cross died leaf Iltht at a local infirmary sot the age of ao years The funeral will be conducted from the yogi- 4: demte of his mother Mrs 33111 Cross 1114 Painter Place to-morrow meriting by Rev Johnston intermtmt will take place at tba City Oemeterl '1- Mancliester Brittain 1 I ull: olg 11 livalyn: Tennesseans a Yn titre olaurme hala l' 1411 11f- King Metuphie AAlgoo4 linni Pwitionteral st Co Stan- It ap tt otsz ul ng Brown )l Adams pr i 4urfreesboro Callo- wa Springfield 11001111 Fred Warnir Chatts i- i DEATHS OF A DAY 1 Mrs Mary Bell widow let Mr Isj Ben died yesterday afternoom st tbe home of ber etas-la-law Dr I Thompson 1113 Seventeeath Avenue Soule if The -funeral lb all conducted from the resident this after noon by Rev A Sowell Interment was made Mt Olivet 1 Etostett Walker Grimes lafant sou or Mr and Mrs Walker Grimea died yesterday at the hemmer his parents 30e Ninth Avenue i' North Rec Lin Cave canditcted the fun era' services from the residents this afters I- noon Interment took place atflit Moot Mr John Ike ez-Confed 1 1--' erme soldier died yesterdny a4 the Old Set( dim' home Ho was horn in Rutherford --f- Comity in Md and fermate(' id Company Twenty-eighth Tennessee Etegiesent in lie was twice wounded and naptured near Cleveland in OW lie was sent to prison at I ANNUAL FAIR AND STOCK 1 SALE AT CORNERSVILLE ii lineal to tha Balmer 1 Lewisburg Tenn August 70-r-The annual i fair and stock sale was held at Cornersville i saturday and was one of the most success! tut yet held both from standpoint of attend! ince sad extbibits the attendance being from 2000 to 2000 All the rings were well filled and the exhibits in every department were I excellent The exhibits of cattle hogs I mules etc were line and the exhibition -of I saddle and harness stock being especially I I good Liberal pretalums were offered and stockmen from the adjoining counties peted Trading was brisk sad much stock changed halide at good figures- Unwed Etitell Sesame James B-Frazier I was invited and accepted an levitation to be it present and -deliver an address- He was Inli traduced by Hoe Ogilvie and spoke l( -upon Agricultural Advancement" The iSenatoes address was logical and eloquent end once was greatly enjoyed by the large midi- 1 AMNI 1 Special I Lewit fair an i saturds tut yet I sues as 1000 to Iand th cleellei I mules I saddle Ieirdockm peted change' Unite I was in present I traduce 1 upon iSenatot i and we 1 enc ANNUAL FAIR AND STOCK SALE AT CORNERSVILLE fair and mock sale was Saturday and eld one of the most success- Spacial to the Banner Lewisburg Teen August 20-The annual at Corneroville waa tui yet held both from stanPoint elf attend- ince and exttibita the attendsn ee being from 1000 to 2000 MI the rings were well filled and the exhibits in every department were excellent llent The exhibits of cattle begs mules etcwere line and the exhibition or "addle and harness stock being especially good Liberal pretniums wore offered and st kmen from the adjoining counties corn- peted Trading was britik and much stock changed halide et good figures United States Senator lames Fraziot was invited and accepted an invitation to be present and de an address He was in- traduced by Hos Ogilvie and spese upon Agricultural Advancement" The iSenators address was logical and eloquent and was greatly enjoyed by the large midi- mice homelees front the flood and are being cared for by the city government In the best way possible At noon yesterday i 5000 people were given bread coffee4ond soup at the municipal offices but there are many more on the south side pf the river still out of reach of aid on se-could of the still overflowed river Contervative estimates of the property loss place the Egures at $'20000000 througohout the city All through the day and up to late last night the bodies have been taken from the debricand ruins in the path of the flood and over 500 have bees recovered The greatest loss of life occurred Saturday morning between the hours of 9 and 11 o'clock when the large Moldings on the south side of the river commented to crumble and fall Many of the houses held from 10 to 100 people on their roofs and all disappeared in the flood In one school building on the south side of the river ninety women and children were drowned when the walls of the building collapsed This was one of the most pathetic incident of the flood The women and children Sed to the school for safety but the water reaching there drove them from room to room until they were all clustered in- one room Two priests were with them In the room and while in the act of blessing them the walls tell and the whole ninety were swallowed in the flood People Powerless Thousands of people were standing on the North bank of the river 'unable to render aid to the unfortunates on i the buildings on the south side for nothing could bare lived in the current of the Santa Caterina which was bait a milt' wide and flowing at the rate of at least twenty miles an hour Watchers saw buildings loaded with people collapse and the people disappear in the water It was sight never to be forgotten and there Is practically no establitehment in the city that bas not some story of the loss of employes The Electric Light Power Company had forty-five men emviewed as linemen and of this total ten were all ttat reported for work yesterday morning The main water supply pipe from the Etrtanzuela reservoir was broken and the city is absolutely without- drinking water to-day and it will be several days before the break can be repaired street car trainc has been abandoned after two or three ineffectual attempts to run the cars and Friday night the light and power plant was forced to abut down on account of falling wires and the danger from the electricity The lights were turned on Satorday night but were again cut off yesterday Throughout the city houses have been falling on amount of walls softened by the continuous rains Many acts of bravery and beroism were noted during the flood One American named Roeder who (rasa a large hacienda la the state of Tamaulipas near Cruz Statian alone saved thirty persons By Zspartese Cook Others did all in their power to help and a Japanese cook employed by the chief of police saved two little boys from a tree in the middle of the river after a fight of over three hours in the water The two little boys bad been in the tree from 11 o'clock 'Friday night until 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon exposed to the rain and told and were almost exhausted Viten help reached them The boys are il and 10 years of age and stated that their father mother two sisters and an uncle had been drowned in the flood The boys were adopted by an American family of this City Romoudi Marty a prominent merchant of the city and family were rescued from a tree near die plaza Purisima about 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon His family consisted of his wife and three cbildrea and they had been In the tree nearly seventeen hours The story of the flood Is full of instances of this nature and others of a more terrible character where the results were mere disastrous and hundreds were swept away in sight of thousands of popie powerless to render aid Steps are being taken to care for the homeless but there are so many and the city has been called on to care for unfortunates many times In the past two months this being the third flood to iity I nothing of a $1000000 Are that has occurred In that period that such steps a have been inadequate and 130 must Lie had from outside points Clo- log food and money are needed an needed Jit once Bridge Washed Away Monterey remains cut off by rail from the outside world No trains have entered or left the city since Friday aitglit' Every bridge on the National linos vomit I of the city is reported to bare -been wasd out The Tampico branch ofl the Mexican Central is in an impaesable condition with washouts on several places and It will be days before the line is repaired South of the city on the Natiosal washouts at Rinconada and Garza Garcia are reported The Paredon branch of the Central is buried by landslides in several places and the International between this city and Roata is out of commission and nothing can be learned of this line as wire connection is broken The Matamoras branch is practically wiped out large sections being reported as washed away Railroad officials here state that it would be a week probably before a train could be gotten into this city over any of the lines entering here The whole flood situation is the worst that has occurred imi this section and as a large amount of track work on these lines is new owing to the goods of July and the early part of this month it was easily washed out Friday and Saturday Monterey was cut off from the world by telegraph communication and the condition of the city could not be announced to the world Na statement sent out can exaggerate the situation as It exists her at the present tint Thousands of homeless people wandering the streets during the day and sleeping In the public buildings and churches at night being fed by the charitable people and the city entitoritica the conditions are appalling A water famine tbreateas and the food supply to very low- No fresh meat can be obtained of any kind vegetables are out of the question: so eggs are to tio had and the restaurants and hotels and prtvate families are using a large titian tity of canned goods No otter has raised turned On Satorday night but were again chief police saved two little boys from cut off yesterday Throughout the city houses have been falling on amount of walls softened by the continuous rains Meny acts of bravery and heroism were noted during the flood One American named Render who etrua a large hacienda la the state of Tamaull as near Cruz Station ions saved thirty per sons By Zapanese Cook Others did all In their power to help and a Japanese cook employed by the of a tree in the middle of the river after a fight of ov ter three hours in the water The two litl boys bad been in the tree from 11 o'clock 'Friday night until 5 Saturday afternoon exposed to the rain and told and were almost ex- bausted Viten help reached them The boys are arid 10 years of age and stated that their father mother two sisters an an uncle had been drowned in the flood The boys were adopted by an American family of this City Romoudi Marty a prominent merchant of the city and family were rescued from a tree near the plaza Purisima about 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon His family consisted of his wife and three children and they bad been In the tree nearly seventeen hours The story of the flood Is full of in stances of this nature and others of a ci an early I'm ocuicttYeat7yhaeirrTPtaaumrlpigatucotaabglinamcirhpeaisartbehin: Mwalextedan pcilaperdeapaist I 11gbial la be ladbfyutsthilba before ill toghtrae vel the trit el Natiosat washouts at Rineonada and branch by riaednodtr 4: 1 'b raarni slides in several places and the Inter- national between this city and Roata is out of commission and nothin can be learned of this line as wire connection la broken The Matamoras branch no practkally wiped out large sections be- ing reported as washed away Railroad officials here state that it would be a week probably before a train could be lines entering here The whole Mood gotten Into this city over any of the situation is the worst that has occurred is this section and as a tares amount owing to the goods of Jul of track work on these Itnes is new part of this month It was easily washed oat Friday and Saturday Monterey was cut off from the world by telegrap communication and the condition of the city could not be annou nced to the world No Statentent sent out can exaggerate the situation as It exists her at the nyosent tint Tbonsands of homeless nannie wandering the streets during the day and sleeping In the public buildings and churches at night being fed by the charitable' poopie and she city ties the conditions are apposing A waktiwr famine threatess and the food LITar 01 VUUUCU gueua WNW- MEMO raswew 1 Four new charters and one amended charter were granted to Tennessee concerns by Secretary ot State Ha Hum Goodioe to-day These chanters represented a total investiment of $75000 The list follows: Pekami Medicine Co Knox County capital $10000 incorporators A IV krznetrong Pease A Kern CM Kern Mizell Goldberg Coal Co Campbell County capital $10000 incorporators A Goldberg Jacob Goldberg Goldberg A Owens A Lairollette The Combination Pocket Wrench Co Sullivan County capital $25000 incorporators A Dickey Fields Detherage Harry Swan Jr Kendrick Thome Warren erchants Davidson County capital Co 15000 incorporators Thomas Warren IE Coles I Pendelton Brown John DeWitt Merchants' Farmers' Hardware Co Carter County amended charter increasing the capital stock from 125000 to $50000 1 1 Pease A Kern Four new charters and one amended mew charter were granted to Tennessee con- earns by Secretary ot State Hallum Goodie to-day These chanters repro- 76 -crow sented a total investiment of $000 5 -k- 11- The list follows: 1: Pekami Medicine CC Knox County VI 1 1 e- capital $10000 incorporators A i A-rtnetrong Ir Kern Mizell 1 Goldberg Coal Co campholt County capital $10000 incorp orators A Gold- 4 berg Jacob Goldberg Goldberg '-ste4N4 A Owens A Lairollette -'clock The Combination Pocket Wrench Co Cc '4''' 410 Sullivan County capital $25000 incor- i 11 1 poraters A Dickey Fields Detberage Harry SwIn Jr if Kendrick tr: Thomas Warren Co merchants Davidson County capital 15 000 lacer- 't porators Thomas Warren a Coles I Pendelton Brown John DeWitt Merchants' Farmers' Hardware Co Carter County amended charter lucre's- 1- ing the capital stock from 125000 to $50000 The death of Mrs Graves Rawlings of Jacksonville Fla which occurred early this morning at the residence of her mother Mrs John A Williams on the corner of Stevenson Avenue and Allison Street will prove a source of keen regret sud of deepest sorrow to a large circle of relatives and friends Mrs Rawlings was formerly Miss Mary Bliss Williama daughter of the late John A Williams and "Martho Williams And was in her ektrty-aleth year Prom early childhood she was universally beloved her graciousness thougtitfulnese and generosity winning for ber warm and lasting love and friendship She was a Christian from early childhood In other cities where aho has resided news of the death will be received with sorrow Mre Rawlings is survived by her moth-et husband and young son and the following sisters at brother: Mrs Vir Hume''' Mrs Andrew Hamilton Miss Williams- and John A Williams Jr The funeral will be held from the rolldence to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Rao Anderson- and Rev Johnston will have cSarge of the services 'Ph interment will be made at Mt Olivet of he death of Mrs Graves Rawlings acksonville Fla which occurred early this morning IR the residence of her mother Mrs John A Williams on the corner of Stevenson Avenue and Allison Street' will prove a source of keen regret end of -deepest sorrow to a large circle of relatives an friends Mrs Rawlings was formerly Mimi Mai' Elise Williams daughter of the late John A wititamg godmgythg willismo And was in her thirty-sixth year From early childhood she 'was universally beloved her graciousness thougtitfulneen and generosity winning for ber warm and lasting love and friendship She was a Christian from early childhood In other cities where she bas resided news or the death will be received with sorrow Mre Rawlings Is survived by her moth er husband and young eon and the fol- lowing sisters and brother: Mrs Hunter -Mrs Andrew Hamilton Miss al 1 Williams IL and John A Williams -Jr The funeral will be held from the real- deuce to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev M- Anderson- and Rev Johnston will have alerge of the serviees TMIft 1 on ablpova moo" owl 11 lwh "an 4ft et ak ma SE "I :4 SOUTHERN INVENTORS THEIR DEVICES PATENTED 4 Al Au al SOUTHR EN INVENTORS HAVE- THEIR DEVICES PATENTED 1 ii I STATUTORY GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE ALLEGED eve a orrrrnnuP Pet nmfeul COMMITTEES' REPORTS ARE ENCOURAGING Col Samuel Morse Felton President of the Mexican Central and Chairman of the Board of the Tennessee Central recently elected President Chicago Great Western Ths Rill Interests The Hill Interests comprise Northern the Northern Pacific the Chicago Burlineton Quincy clb)rada Southern Fort Werth Denver 'Trinity Brasos Valley and other lines as well as a line of steamers between Seat t4Utt the Orient and upon the Great Lakes 1 This great system consist of over 25- 1000 miles of trackage reaching in a double line from St Paul to the Pacific Coast from Chicago St Louts cad Kansas City to Denver and from Denver to Gaiveston For many years Mr Hill has had his eye on the South and for a long time it was believed that he would acquire the Missouri Kansas I Texas which would give him a Gulf Port point at Galveston through the Since his recent purchase of the Colorado Southern aid connections however giving him through line from Seattle to Galveston It is believed that his next move will be to effect a Southeastern coast point connedtion and the most logical route will be through Nashville by means of the Tennessee Central Tremendous Grain Tonnage The Hill system serves -the grain producing states in the Northwest and surpasses that of any of the other large systems in grain tonnage This vast movement will no doubt in the future be thrown to the Southeast territory and to the Atlantic Coast points for export through the Nashville gateway It is known alas that the owners of the Tennessee Central are heavily Interested in the Seaboard Mr Line and while nothing authoritative can be learned on this meature of the deal it is believed that eventually the eastern division of the Tennessee Central will be extended from Harriman to a connection with the Seaboard which would have the effect of putting the Hull system Into the Southwest on as good footing as that of any other line and all these things considered Nashville will be vastly benefited and considerably irrterested in the propect which Is one of the biggest booets to the industries of this section which has coins about in years The connection vrKh the Berlington system alone will put Nashville in touch with St Gouts Chicago and the Northwest on an entirely new route and mileage and the same is true with reference to the proposed connection with the Seaboard Air Line a to Southeastern points Black Bottom Problem It begins to look like the Black Bottom problem will be solved in the advent of the new sylitems to Nashville Ever since the Illinois Central and Southern Railway allowed the option on the Tennessee Central to expire those In charge of the Tennessee Central have been bending every effort to maintain the property in excellent physical condition and large soma have been quietly expended en betterments all of which indicates that the owners have been preparing for the increased traffic that the new connections would produce As is well known the Tennessee Central has magnificent terminals here laid out in such a manner as to be easily ex- minded when necessary The entrance of the Burlington and poseibly the Seaboard to Nashville via the Tennessee Central will cause early consideration of the erection or a nes ger station at the foot of Broadway and also the building of a new outbound freight house on Broadway It also means that the Tennessee Central will expand its territory in Black Bottom at an early date as it will afford excellent opportunities for industrial and warehouse sites and these matters will have the effect of assisting the eity and may mean the solution of the Black Bottom Problem which has been the subjec of Much talk Hr Felton Honored Samuel Morse Felton President of the Mexican Central and Chairman of Me board of the Tennessee Central has been elected President of the Meat Great Western effective September 1 says the Railway Age Gazette The Great West era is in urgent need of physical reconstruction on a emend basis and Mr Teltont's election indicates that it Is the purpose of the new management to begin at once a thorough rehabilitation of the property Few railway officers have had and are still baying so varied a career as that of Mr Felton Although still la middle life be has nevertteless seen service on more than fifteen different railways and has been general officer of ten of them In an official Jibs wiLis as mass Irt VII 111112 E-WL Io VL41 lo 11111p Ltal I el51011 through the 113 Since big recent conneion and the most logical route purchase of the Colorado Southern sad connections however giving him through line from Seattle to Galveston it is believed that his next move will be to effect a Southeastern coast point dt will be through Nashville by means of the Tennessee CentraL Trome ous Grai onnage The Hill system serves the grain pro- ducing states in the Northwest and our- passes that of any of the other large systems in grain tonnage This vast movement will no doubt in the future be thrown to tbecSoutbetne territory and to the Atlantic oast nts for export through the Nashville gateway It is known also that the owners of the Tennessee Central are heavily In- terested in the Seaboard Mr Line and while nothing authoritative can be learn- ed on this meature of the deal it is believed that eventually the eastern di- vision of the Tennessee Central will be extended from Harriman to a connection with the Seaboard which would have the effect of putting the Hill system Into the Southweet on as good footing as that of any other line and all these things considered Nashville will be vast- ly benefited and considerably interested is the propect which Is one of the big- irokask heulhart a thaq iftsittittrioni Ant hi a masc bee soma ave quietly odd bet xpne on terments all of which Indicates that the owners have been preparing for ebe in- creased traffic that the new connections would produce As is well known the Tennessee Cen- trl has magificnt terminals mere laid ane out in Buell a manner Sc as to be easily ex- panded when necessary no ebtrance of the Burlington and poseibly the Seaboard to Nalthville via Ma Tonneeeee Central will cause early consideration of the erection of a nee way augderawostttlehert bautildthie foot of Broad- ng of a new out- bound freight house on Broadway It also means that the Tennessee Ceti- trapy will expand its territory in Black Bottom at an early date as it will afford excellent opportunities for industrial and warehouse altos and these matters will have the 'fleet of assisting the eity and tom Problem which -has been the subjec may mean the solution of the Black Bet- Of much talks Mr rtaten Honored Samuel onto Felton President of Lite Mexican Central and Cbairman of Me board Of the Tennessee Central has been elected president of the Chicago Great ailway azette tea es tvastani Ag ffectly Beiptembr 1 says the Th Gt Wt ern is in urgent sat4 at cohysical recoil- struction on a otouud basis and Mr Pei- tenses leettea indicates that it is the our0000 ot the now 'management to begin at once a thorougb rehabilitation of the property thous Ia Aka official life am LIMN' 11 1r Special to the 9008 Washington August Anise been issued as (flows: Tennesse N' Conner aelivilie making fertlicr and Hunter Memphis combined fire engine and mechanical propelling means A Lawing Lebanou savi grinding machine Appleton Shelby bed attachment rimester Birmingham safety latch for sliding doors Throatier end Payne Pratt City sectional WITII fence Kentucky-0 Dunn Newport wall dec oratiOna: Hall Hopkineville folding choir A Jones Louisville system for Mopettaing beverages: Moore Owen-bore wagon brake Wright Newport dynamo electric machine with distributtd balaucint wheel pis La irmralwm propelling means A Lawing Lebanou savi grtnding machilirs Appleton Shelby bed at- tacbment 1 Theater Birmingham safety lateb for sliding doors er sod Payne Pratt City sectional wire Dunn Newport wall orations: nail Hopkinaville folding choir A Jones Louisville system for dtsponsing beverages: Moors Owen- boro wagon brake Wright Newport dynamo electric Machine with distributtd balancing wheel Special to the 9111311411r Weshingtoo August N-Patents-have been Special Washir issued a 'renewal 11 1 il COUNCIL TO MEET IN ADJOURNED SESSION Every committee engaged In rasing funds for lighting the uptown district was present this morning at the meeting at the Board of Trade Earls committee reported some additional subscriptions and all went out te work to-day much encouraged Over $10000 has been raised and the balance Is confidently expected to be scented Another meeting to report progress will be held to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock e' ThraattI decI a I PRIZE WINNER OF THE STATE GUARD Salmond Grizzard has filed suit for divorce from Leitha Grizzard alleging statutory grounds They were married in Mb and lived together for five years Eliza Alford has filed suit In the Circuit Court for divorce from Jesse Alford They were married in MO and lived together until 101 when according to the allegations of the bill the defendant deserted the complainant and has not since contributed anything to her support Marriage Limns Farrell and tilltelley Clark Jeph ()raises and Clara Coleman: Toney Carnelius Phelan and Ruby Mo DeMnso 4 Webster and Joh Ella Thema' Gosels and Ilattis Me Keivine John Smith and Ultima Rodman Ertest Lelies sod Mary PCIllott Gilliam: Mkt RiiuIl wild Mattis Neargist Win Vir-sternAtt agd Virginia 314iler 4 4: sm3sTrrtaz BILL PROVIDING APPOINTMENT OP SECRETARY TO mail- OF POLICE HUMMERS CONTINUE TO PLAY FAST BALL HUMMERS CONTIlklUE TO PLAY FAST BALL SUBMIT PLANS FOR NEW STATION AT MEMPHIS Plans have been submitted for the approval et the Railroad COMMIK111011 for the proposed new Illinois Oentral and Yazoo Mississippi Valley passoneer atation at Memphis The tiouthern Railway has applied to She Railroad Commissioa for authority to discontinue the railroad atation at Otes the Roseravilla branch Rogersville Pn hen ubmitted tor th approval las ave be ot tbe Railroad Commiesion for the proposed new Illinois Central and Yazoo Mississippi Valley passenger Melon at Sempitin The fieutbern Railway has applied to tete continue the railroad station at Railroad Commission for authority to dia Cites ea te grsville branch 7 11 lz 1 1 1 I l' I i 5 SMALL DAILY RECEIPTS OF THE STATE TREASURY The State Treasury receipts to-day were $3e4s2() The principal Items were $113 from Trustee Harris of Dickson County and $1299 from the Industrial Se Wool The balance at the close of business Saturday was IOC-SILTS REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS: The City Council will meet to-night in adjourned session and will advance several measures on introduction and Ars reading Among the bills that will come up will be one to create the office of Secretary to the Chief of Police This bill was taken from the bands of rae committee and a substitute drawit which provides that the Board of Public Works shall appoint the Secretary without reservation The other big provides that tte Secretary should be appointed from the police or detective force Several appropriation measures will be advanced on the Council calendar providing for sewers streets etc as the cithim in tbe territory affected are very desirous that work be started as so as possible POTTSVILLE CAPTURED FIRST TWO GAMES Special to the BM Der Lewisburg Tenn August 30---r1he nit of two games played here in whir Lewisburg and Pottsville were the opposing teams was won by Pottsville Score I to I In the oecond game however the visitors were completely outclaseed and the locals won easily by the mere of 27 to I The locals bad previously defeated Pottsville a to be North Nashville Hammers Saturday took a double header from the Cheaters by close 'Deere' The features of the games were the tine ail-round playing of St Charles the pitchtng or Laxont7y and Hyde and the rapid-fire playing of the entire Hummer team Tbe Cheaters were outplayed at all points et the WHIM although Strielf and his teammates made a geese tight Score First Hummers 12201010o-7 11 4 Cheater 100000043-4 6 6 Score Second Cheaters 0 0 0 4 0-4 2 3 Hummers 8 0 4 I The preeent standing of the Hummers is: Won 84 lost 13 ted 3: forfeited to Hummers 3 Percentage 140 The Hummers want a game or games for tabor Day with any team under IS years Call 011ie Petra tulephone 3700-4 ANOMER BOOSTER TRIP TO COUNTY FAIR DR LUCIUS BROWN i 1 s- or I DR LUCIUS BROWN A The City Council will meet to-night in 1 '1r adjourned session and will advance sev- I eral measures on introduction and first "i-be North Nashville Hammers Saturday i took a doable header from the Cheaters by reading Among the bills that will come close aorta The femur's of the games leett Nit i 4 up will be one to create the office of were the fine all-round playing of et Charles rahpeldpilitrecittng of Lasonty and Hyde and the 4 3 4- SMALL DAILY RECEIPTS Secretary to the Chief of Police This pisyle of the entire Hummer teem A 1 i ss- OF THE STATE TREASURY bill was taken from the hands of rae Tbe Cheaters were outplayed at all points of 4 1 4 a 2 committee and a ubstitut draw se which the COWL although trieff and bis teammates 1 I provides that the Board of Public Works made a game tight 1 4 4 -4 The State TressurY 1 reteipts to-day shall appoint the Secretary without yes- Score First Game-1 2 A 1 0 1 0 Ri Ha Ei ervation The other WA provides that Hummers t' I 1 were -11e4STtli The rinci pal Items Cheater 10000003-e 6 6 4 I tte Secretary should be appointed from i i 1 'Ik were 11123 from Trustee Harris Fi it- i '''s" 1 Dickso oUnty an Cd 11299 frOm the 1 4 the police or detective force ore Second Game- Cheste're 0 0 0 4 0-4 2 3 4'44o Industrial Seffool The balane the Seeral appropriation measures will be Hummers 8 a 0 148 4 i advanced on the Council calendar provid- )i 4 1 (lose Of si es Saturday a Ing for sewer streets etc as the eit- lot 13 tied 3: forfeited to Hummrs was 1404- The preeent standing of the Hummers is: Won nt se 4 0 4 i 211711 isens in tbe territory affected are very 2 percentago 740 '14 desirous that work be started as soola as me Hummers want a game or games for i 4 Call I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS possible tabor nay with any team under IS years Li 4 0 lli Petra tep 70-4 elhon 30 4 5 i Sc a 14 0 -0" POTTSVILLE CAPTURED A NO HER BOOSTER 1 i -5' FIRST TWO GAMES TO COUNTY FAIR 0 atteclat to the Boelem I i Lewisburg Tenn August 30--r1oo first of ll two games played here in whet Lewisburg i r4L and Pottevi were the opposing teams was won by Pottsville Score I to In the 4I s---- meend game however the visitors were corn et 4' 4 outeiaseed and the locals won easily by the pcore of 27 to 6 The locals had pre II -1' viettety defeated Pottsville a to 0 lloffista Sr to Mrs Moore lot On Butler btreet I IMO Fly to Robertson lot on Murfreesboro Pike 1500 Fannie May sbutior to Butler halt Internet to tot on Poster Elt Ili McMullan to Jens Cheatham property on State Street 10 Pearson to Dillon lot ea Eighth Avenue North 1900 Itobert Vaughn tik to Log by lot on Gallattn Pike MO Burkhardt to Eloeritardtis a out 17th Dianne LOW Christian lEtobritardt to Surkbardt land in old litli District LOOS Cumberiand Saud Co to Pr and White lot on Cnaron Avesta IGO Duna to Turner lot on Walnut otroet 016 190 Mrs Webster to Le Johnston kit on Ayes's 120 'Christian ivaerearus sm am mows amoonallal laud la old ilth District LOOS Cumberiand Sand Co to g- and C- WWI lot oo Crusen Ayes die Duna to Tummy lot on Walnut aznroet 100 Writ Id weeater to IL Johnstea lot A 1Tal on lberta vast' 7 Ileffista Sr to Mrs Moore lot On Butler btreet I 2000 J' 14 Fly to Robertson lot on Murfreesboro Pike tsee May -Butler to Nti Butler half interest In tot on Peeters Ilt Ili 1" Mckillnals to Jeun441 Cheatham property en State Street 2g Eigbeh Avenue North 1900 0 Pearson to Dillon lot aa Itooert Vaughn 41 to Log- by lot on Gallatin Pike me Burkhardt to Chehalis tOoerhardt and a old Mb Dianne Moo Christian Kt3er Iltb District LOOS berdt to Burkhardt ld toad to Anoiher Booster trip to a county fair will he taken Friday and this time Shelbyville is to be the objective point Mr Chas De Zevelloe will be incharge and the trip will be mode in automobiles Tim creed will leave early sod will breakfast at Big Feting near Murfreesboro the repast being furnished by She CumberMatt Talepbona Company Tim mops bommoo Marfromboro and Shelbyville win be at Hoover's Gap beech Greve Fai it sad Wartrace Yee retains trip will be by way ef Fell CNiek Unionville Rover and gaglevilia The ears will covet sixty-ev IltiMa going itatt ttylye miles coming borne A special train will also be run ou "Nasbems Day" leaving Natiltville at 73 0 'niock and retention et Anolber Booster trill to county fair will be taken Friday and this time Sbelby- eine is to be the objective point Mr choo will gwvilik4 will be in' charge end the tele will be made ill wwiewswitilww 'The crowd will leave early and will breakfast at Big Spring near Murfreesboro the repast being forotahed tor Abe ca s' Tilpbess company The stops becomes Morfroeoboro and Sbelbyvilla will be at Hooner's Gap Bomb Grey lesireelt sad Wartrace The matt ratunuan Will Get Well speelso to the Itsaser Seerso Tenn August 30---elaut Darnell title Mormon hero Into eras seriously stabbed by his tatiterlo-last A liteeeetti ht getting oo well eager tbst 000ditiona ant It sto tom pliostiotte let la sU itoottio to Out out to abort tiers Will Get il abkort Fowl Commission at the Denver Con-by elettion to the the Association of Food an Pair De- Cv- 8 stoner' Can- 1 to the tea Of rtt- De- 1 14 Tennessee' efficient who less bonored 'potion Saturday 'lee-presidency of Acute and Notional partments- par Lrulav -I 4 mon11 5' l' ti I 4 I 1 i I i it i maj Trod phima lot Caattanosa prominent and popular of the TeltilStle State Guard olio won the $70 rapid Era Individual i prise at Camp Perry 0 In compott- 1 tion titt bets from tho neralar army 1 the navy and thn from many i otter amine Total 4' M1111 we 1 IS ai- Fred' IL PhilliPs 1 Total 411211 1 1 I I I- i I 1.

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