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Miss Alice Bailey, of
Atlanta, Ga., escaped the sur
geon's knife, by using Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dear Mns. Pixkham : I wish to
express my gratitude for the restored
health and happiness Tydia E. Iink
ham's Vegetable Compound has
brought into my life.
"I had suffered for three years with
terrible pains at the time of menstrua
tion, and did not know what the trouble
was until the doctor pronounced it in
llammatitm of the ovaries, and
proposed an operation.
" I felt bo weak and sick that I felt
sure that I could not survive the ordeal,
and so I told him that I would not un
dergo it. The following1 week I read
an advertisement in the paper of your
Vegetable Compound in such an emer
gency, and so I decided to try it. Great
was my joy to find that I actually im-
E roved after taking two bottles, so I
ept taking it for ten weeks, and at the
end of that time I was cured. I had
gained eighteen pounds and was in
excellent health, and am now.
" You surely deserve great success,
and you have my very best wishes."
Miss Alice Bailey, 50 North Boule
vard, Atlanta, Ga. $5000 forfeit if original
cf above letter proving genuineness cannot be pro
duced. All sick -women would be wise
if they would take Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound and
An Artistic Confession.
The late Phil May of Punch, of
whose drawings Whistler said: "Black
and white is summed up in two words
Phil May," visited this country dur
ing the World's Fair in Chicago. In
New York he fell in with Frank Ver
beck, whose illustrations chiefly de
pict bears and other animals. They
Bwore an eternal friendship, and then
proceeded to pass an agreeable night.
Rather late, May leaned over the table
"Verby, your bears are so charming
by the way, how many bears have
yon probably drawn in your time?"
"About three thousand," returned
"They are so charming that I sup
pose you must have gone out in the
woods and made many studies from
"Phil," replied the other, "I have
always lived in town. I never saw a
live bear in my life. But your delight
ful street children, now; you've studied
them at first hand, I'm sure."
"Verbjr," answered May solemnly, "I
never saw a street child. I always
travel in a sedan chair, and with the
curtains drawn. All my family are
dukes, except the ladies, who are more
like what you might call duchesses
A VOICE FROM THE PULPIT.
Rev. Jacob D. Van Doren, of 57 Sixth
Street, Fond du Lac,
clergyman, savs : "I
had attacks of Kidney
disorders which kept
me in the house for
days at a time, unable
to do anj-tliing. What
I suffered can hardly
be told. Complications
set in, the particulars
of which I will be
pleased to give in a
personal interview to
any one who requires
information. I began
taking Doan's Kidney
Pills and I can conscientiously say that
they- caused a general improvement in
my health. They brought great relief
by lessening the pain and correcting
the action of the kidney secretions."
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Net Increase $184,506.36.
The State board of equalization
has completed the work of going
over the assessments made by the
railroad commission of railroad, tel
egraph and telephone properties in
the State. The books Mere turned
over to Comptroller King. On the
total assessment the board made a
net increase on the properties as
sessed of $184,50G.3G. The net in
crease on railroads was $206,781.50,
while the net decrease on telephone
and telegraph properties was $22,
275.14. The increases in assess
ments of railroad companies
amounted to $290,90, while de
creases amounted to $03,008.50. In
creases of the assessment of tele
graph and telephone companies
amounted to $22,820.70 and de
creases to $45,095.84. The assess
ments of the main lines of the prin
cipal railroad3 were left unchanged
by the board. The Memphis branch
of the Illinois Central Mas raised
from $1G,000 to $18,000 per mile,
and the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley
branch reduced from $37,500 to
$32,500. The assessment of the
Kansas City & Memphis Railway
and Bridge Company was increased
from $1,000,000 to $1,250,000. The
Choctaw. Oklahoma & Gulf railroad
was raised from $10,000 to $12,000
per miie. The Memphis Telephone
Company Mas reduced from $180 to
$150 per mile. There M'ere a num
ber of other minor changes.
Must Serve His Sentence.
The effort at Knoxville to secure
by habeas corpus writ the release
from prison of Clarence Peake, the
Anderson county boy under sentence
of twenty years for the murder of
Silas Ilulin, who is alive and well
and sat an interested spectator in
the court proceedings last Meek, has
failed. Judge J. W. Sneed, beforj
whom the motion was argued, decid
ed that he Mas without authority t
act, the Supreme Court having
passed upon the case, and that to all
intents and purposes Silas Ilulin is
ollicially dead and cannot be resur
rected to free Peake of the charge
of murder. Feake and his father
M-ere in the court room and near
them sat Ilulin, the man young
Peake M as convicted of having mur
dered at Clinton. It is admitted
by all that Peake committed a cold
blooded murder, but who his victim
was is unknown. Many identified
the victim as Ilulin, and had Peake'g
attorneys been given the right to in
troduce testimony last Aveek they
claim they Mould have been able to
prove by witnesses that the man sit
ting in the court room was Silas
Francis Allen and Wiley Tuck?r
Mere arraigned in the Federal Court
at Xashville last Mreek to answer the
charge of selling liquor without li
cense to the students at the Univer
sity of the South at Sewanee. Be
cause it Mas their first offense Judge
Clark let them off with lines of $100
each and costs and ninety day?, but
took occasion to announce that in
future any one convicted of tippling
within ten miles of Sewanee Mould
be given the full limit, with a peni
tentiary sentence. This means tM'0
years. The judge said he was de
termined to break up the practice
of debauching the students, and
hence drew a dead line around the
Ex-Gov. Turney Dead.
Former Governor Peter Turney
died at his home near Winchester
last Meek. His death M-as due to in
flammatory rheumatism, complicat
ed with kidney trouble. Gov. Tur
ney Mas in his seventy-seventh year.
He M-as an extreme Southern man,
of strong and rugged character, but
of that sort which won the admira
tion of all mIio came in contact with
him. He was the principal charac
ter in the famous Evans-Turney
contest over the governorship a few
years ago, Avhich he won after a long
and bitter contest before the legisla
ture. He Mas also chief justice of
the State Supreme Court for many
Last Rail Laid.
The last rail on that part of the
Tennessee Central railroad between
Clarksville and Hopkinsville Mas
laid last week, but the road is yet
to be ballasted. It is hoped to have
the road open from Xashville to
Hopkinsville by December 1.
New Camp at Acton.
II. F. Simrall, of Columbus,
Miss., organized a camp of the
Woodmen of the World with ten
charter members at Tulu last week.
Business Man Suicides.
Charles Donaldson, a prominent
business man of Morristown, shot
himself through the head last Meek,
dying instantly. He complained
previously of feeling indisposed, and
beyond this no reason is known for
his act. lie was 35 j-ears of age.
The feature of the first clay's ses
sion of the grand lodge of Tennes
see, I. 0. O. F., in session at Xash
ville last M eek, Mas a long fight over
the case of D. W. Boge1.:, editor of
the Fraternities Review of Xash
ville, Mho has been expelled from
Tennessee Lodge Xo. 1 on the
charge of having secured the pass-M-ord
illegally. The grand lodge,
after a great deal cr wrangling, fi
nally ordered Bogcr reinstated.
Union City's New Bank.
The promoters of the new bank
soon to be established at union City
met last week and appointed com
mittees on building, charter and sub
ecription. The men at the head oi
this new enterprise comprise some
of the wealthiest and most promt
nent men in Obion countv. The
capital stock will be $40,000, no
stockholder being alloMed to OM-n
more than $1,000 worth of stock, the
idea being to have as many people
as possible interested from all parts
of the county. Xo name lias yet
been decided upon, but it will have
the name of bank and trust compa
ny. Ihirty thousand dollars has al
ready been " subscribed, and tM'ice
that amount could be secured if nec
For Alienation of Affection.
A suit has been filed in the Cir
cuit Court at Knoxville which has
caused a genuine sensation in the
Sixtenth district of Knox county,
where the interested parties reside.
Levi Heggie has sued Charles Ap-
pleton for $5,000 damages. Apple-
ton is a planter and Heggie is a ten
ant on his place. The allegation:
in the case are said to be very sensa
tional. Heggie, it is understood, al
leges that Appleton has been too in
timate M-ith his (Heggies) wife,
and for this he claims damages as
Fight Among Ginners.
There is a fight on between the
ginners of Carroll county over the
purchase of seed cotton. The fight
is betM'een a company recently or
ganized, which controls a large num
ber of gins in that and adjoining
counties, and the independent gin
ners. The fight at Wildersville and
Yuma has caused the price of the
staple to take an unreasonable jump
The highest price paid so far is
$3.40 per 100, and it is thought that
it Mill reach $4.00 before the fight is
ended. The farmers are saying,
"Lay on, Macduff."
Had on Some Cotton.
The two largest loads of cotton
ever brought to Huntingdon wei:e
those bought by Howard Eason for
the Watson Cotton Company last
week irom Eb Mebane of the coun
ty. At $3.20 per hundred pounds,
one load brought $109.33 and the
other $113.10. A war among the
cotton ginners is causing considera
ble feeling in the cast end of Car
roll county, and the producer is
Volunteer Life Insurance Company.
The Volunteer Life Insurance
Company, composed of Tennessee
and Kentucky capitalists, was or
ganized at Chattanooga last week.
The following officers Mere elected:
President, Z. C. Patten; vice-president
and general manager, E. B.
Craig; superintendent of agencies,
Theo F. King; secretary, Albert
Caldwell. The company begins op
erations with $200,000 capital stock.
Treasurer King will resign soon.
Hickory Nuts Plentiful.
The largest hickory nut crop ever
before knoMn is the present crop,
M-hich is just beginning to mature
and fall. The people from the
counties of Haywood, Hardeman,
Crockett and Gibson are flocking to
the Mississippi river bottoms in
wagon loads and are bringing out
thousands of bushels of nuts.
Flagman Struck By Train.
George D. Carroll, a flagman on
a Southern Mork train, met instant
death last Meek at Heiskell's Sta
tion. Feeling tired, he sat down on
the end of a crosstie and fell asleep.
c passenger train dashed alonjr.
killing him instantly. Mrs. Belle
Carroll, the widoM-ed mother of the
deceased, lh'es at Shelbyville.
Whitecappers Bound Over.
George Cloud. Will Chevis. Bob
and RosS Darnell, Wm. Ferryman,
Bose IrAvin and Jim Glasscock, men
who are alleged to have Avhitecapped
Wm. Xeblett, near Farmington,
about a dog, Averc given preliminary
hearing last Aveek, and bound over
to Circuit Court in bonds of $1,000
November 20 Arbor Day.
State Superintendent MjTiders
sent out a circular last Aveek recom
mending that XoAember 20, 1903,
be observed as Arbor Day by the
public schools of the State"
Paris Coal OH inspector.
Gov. Frazier has appointed Dr.
Sam CaldAvell to be coal oil inspect
or at Paris. -
Wants a Fine Educational Exhibit.
State Superintendent of Educa
tion Mynders last A-eek sent a letter
to all the city school superintendents
in the different toAns of the State,
urging them to do their part toward
gettitng up a fine educational dis
play from the State at the World's
Shot Divorced Husband.
Mrs. Marie J. Haylow, claiming
to be a former resident of CleA-e-land,
Ohio, shot James II. Haylow,
her diA-orced husband, in a Xash
ville apartment house last A-eek.
The man was struck in the hip, but
is not faially M'ounded. Domestic
infelicity Aas the cause. She claims
he got a divorce in South Dakota,
although she resisted the suit. The
woman 'as arrested, Bnd placed in
jail to await an examination.
ITCHING NOSE A PERIL.
Tletlm mt Read Aseiti Waste t
rata. Bat Was Sfada to
Smell ( a Gaa.
Ex-Congreseman Bell used to tell a etory
of a time when he once got into grave
peril on account of his nose. lie was going
to LeadviUe in the early days on a stage
coach which was held up by highwaymen.
The passengers were ranged in a row out
side with their hands up, the famu'ar at
titude being enforced by a gun in the
hands of one of the gentlemen of the road,
while the other went through the various
pockets at his leisure.
Iu the midst of the ceremony Mr. Bell's
nose began to itch with that maddening
persistency calculated to drive to insanity
or the grave if not relieved. Involuntarily
his right hand began to lower itself to the
te.it of troubles.
-Hand s up there!" called the man be
hind the gun, sternly.
Ills hand shot back into place, but in a
moment began to lower itself again.
"What's the matter with you?" inquired
the bandit "Are you anxious to become a
"My nose itches so I can't stand it any
longer," 6aid Mr. Bell. "I've simply got
to scratch it."
"No. you hain't," replied the agent, "be
cause I'll do it for you."
With which he proceeded to scratch the
prospective congressional nose with the
iuuzi.l of his siiotgun.
IT WOULDN'T COME OFF.
He Had a Face Tbat Indelltblr Im.
prciied All 'Who Got a
Glimpse of It.
K Duluth attorney recently went east
to visit his old home, and the first Sunday
be was there he attended church, relates
the Duluth News-Tribune. After service
he visited the Sunday school and saw many
familiar faces among the pupils, although
they had all grown considerably during ttio
years he had been away.
At the request of the superintendent the
visitor addressed the school, and in open
ing he asked if there were any present
who remembered him who had ever seen
The hand of a little fellow in the front
row immediately went up "I do I do!"
A satisfied smile crept over the face of
the visitor. He was glad that the chil
dien remembered him.
"Now, where was it you saw me be
fore V he adked the boy who had raised
"You was the clown in the circus, last
summer!" replied the youth, enthusias
tically. "I'd never forget your face."
The McBrlde Case Again.
St. John, Kan., Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs
William McBride and Jesse L. Limes, M.
D., have gone before Mr. George E.
Mocre. Notary Public, and have sworn
and subscribed to written statements con
firming the story of the awful illness and
subsequent cure of the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. McBride.
Dr. Limes is particularly emphatic in
his statement, and there does not now
seem to be any room for doubt as to the
fact that Dodd's Kidney Pills, and noth
ing else, saved the little boy.
Jle was so bad that he had Epileptic
spells which seized him with increasing
frequency. He was semi-paralyzed in the
riht side, and his mind was badly af
fected. In their sworn statement, Mr. and Mrs.
"The very day we began to use Dodd's
Kidnev Pills our boy had twenty-seven of
these Epileptic spells or fits. In less than
a week he ceased having them entirely."
The case has caused a great sensation
in the neighborhood. The sworn state
ments have confirmed the whole story.
Good manners are at a discount nowa
days. It is fashionable to be "snippy."
Yet good manners are as great a factor
in success as they ever were. N. Y.
Naggsby "Aren't those baggagemen de
structive cusses.' AVaggsby 'I should
say so. They treat a trunk as if it were a
Croroise and they were the sultan of Tur
ey." Baltimore American.
A Bad Fix
AVhen one wakes up aching from head to foot, and with
ths flesh tender to the touch, when
iOrHSS and 5!if IH$S
makes every motion of the bod7 painful, the surest
and quickest way out of the trouble is to use
t. lacoBs Oil
promptly. It warms, relaxes,
Tommy' Etiay on Preachers.
The following essay by a youthful
boarding school boy throws quite a new
and interesting light on church digni
taries: "There are three kinds of clergy
men bishups rectors and curats. the
bishups tell the rectors to work and the
curats have to do it. Curat is a thin
married man but when he is a rector he
gets fuller and can preech longer sermons
and becums a good man, we should all-
ways rispect a curat because sum day lie
may becum a rector and we must allwavs
pity those who are low down in the world,
any of us may becum misforlunate so we
must not hit a man witii a stone. Chi
Enterprise nnd Caution.
"I shall get there," quoth Enterprise,
"Where?" asked Caution.
litre Enterprise bestowed a withering
look upon her laggard sister.
As to that 1 know nothing, she re-
?hed, haughtily, further than that wnen
get there it will be somewhere else."
Detroit Free Press.
She Was Lucky.
"Yesterday was a mighty lucky day for
"I proposed to her and she accepted
" i es. oeoDle are usually considered luckv
when they have got a soft thing." Hous
"Doesn't the odor of burning leaves
make you sick?" asked Jinks. "Oh. no,"
replied Junks, "I smoke Turkish cigarettes,
you know." Cincinnati Times-Star.
Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of
as a coueh cure. J. V. O'Brien. 322 Third
Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. J, 1900.
Nothing gives such a blow to friendship
as the detecting another in an untruth. It
strikes at the root of our confidence ever
A dumb-waiter can't talk, but neither.
for that matter, can a speajting-tube.-"
To Care m. Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
A child can put atwist in a tiee that an
army cannot take out. Ram's Horn.
Putnam FsJeless Dves color Silk, Wool
and Cotton at one boiling.
Ther r nponle who sppm to think thev
can teach experience. N. Y. Times.
Iji ii im p '
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my friends to use it." MRS. H ATT IB LA FOUNTAIN.
Secretary Woman's State Federa
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, Mrs. Julia M. Brown, Secretary of the
Woman's State Federation of California,
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"1 have known seA-eral women who
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mothers who dragged out a miserable,
painful existence, but were made well
and strong through the use of Peruna.
I have known of cases of chronic catarrh
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HER GREAT FORTUNE.
A Woman Saved From Life-Long
Misery and Made Happy
A woman confined to the house for
several years with a chronic female
derangement had finally given up hope
of being cured.
She had tried physician after physi
cian, and remedy after remedy, without
any permanent Improvement.
Her treatment had cost her husband
who was a poor man, hundreds of dol
lars. They had been obliged to deny
themselves many comforts of life in
order to get money enough to pay the
The woman had become weak, nervous
and wretched, and scarcely able to keep
out of her bed. Her children were
growing up neglected and ragged, be
cause of the want of a mother's care.
Her husband was becoming discouraged
and broken down vrith overwork.
Picking up the paper one day she hap
pened to read an item which contained
the news that Dr. Hartman would treat
such cases free of charge by letter. She
Immediately wrote the doctor describing
her case, and giving him all her symp
She soon received a letter telling her
exactly what to do, and what medicines
and appliances to get. She began tb
treatment (the principal remedy being
Peruna) at once, and in a few weeks she
was well and strong again, able to do
her own work.
This offer of free home treatment to
women is still open to all who may need
the services of this eminent physician.
All letters applying for treatment will
be promptly answered, and be held
Miss Annie Hoban, Post Pocahontas
of Yemassee Council of Red Men
(Women's Branch), writes from 873
Eighth Ave., New York:
"Three months ago I was troubled
with backache and a troublesome heavi
ness about the stomach. Sleep brought
me no rest for it was a restless sleep.
The doctor said my nervous system
was out of order, but his prescriptions
didn't seem to relieve me. I was told
that Peruna was good for building up
the nervous system. After using it for
two months I know now that it is. I
want to say that it made a new woman
of me. The torturing symptoms have
all disappeared and I feel myself again.
Peruna did me more good than all the
other medicines I have taken."
Miss Mamie Powell, Lake Charles,
"I sincerely believe that Peruna is
woman's best friend, for it has certainly
been that to me. I had had headaches,
backaches and other aches eA-ery month
for a long time, but shortly after I be
gan taking Peruna this was a thing of
the past, and I have good reason to be
grateful. I take a bottle every spring
and fall now, and that keeps my health
perfect, and I certainly am more robust
now than I have been before and am
weighing more. I do not think any
one will be disappointed in the results
obtained from the use of Peruna."
MISS MAMIE POWELL.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write "at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Read I Read 1 Read
Smith Medical Co.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 15tli, 1902,
I write to tell you of the good result ot
I have had Kidney trouble four years,
tried 3 doctors and several patent medi
cines, with little relief until advised by
Mr. C. N. Ilerron to try your Kidney
Cure and two bottles did more g-ood than
all other treatment. I think Smiths
Sure Kidney Cure the best of all. It
will do all and more than you claim for.
it. It relieved me of indig-estion or
stomach trouble. I am thankful.
Yours very truly,
C. A. HARPER, J. P.
Price 50 cents and S1.00. Trial Sample
mailed free. For sale by all druggists.
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R.R.
COMBINES THE ADVANTAGES OF r-
WITH THE OPPORTUNITIES OF A
Memphis to Little Rock, HotSprlngs
Indian and Oklahoma Territories
Texas, Colorado, New Mexico
Arizona, Old Mexico and
the Pacific Coast
VTIde Vesttbuled Trains. Pullman Drawing
Room Sleeping Cars. Pullman Tourist Sleep
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J. X GOODRICH, Dist. Pss. At,
CIO. H. tEE, C. P. A T. A.,
llttls Rock, Ark.
Is absolutely rcmrsuiteed to cure Chllla, Ha
Inrla. etc. Put up in tablet form, context wilU
caouolate. easy and pleasant to take. By rcall, post
paid. 611 rente prr p:ickSP. OKINARIt.
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