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"Aw, rats!" said Swack as he lay down
and prepared for sleep again. "You scared
me nearly to death. I thoucht it was
plumbers." San Francisco Bulletin.
A "Wonderful Discovery.
Eroadland, S. Dak., March 23. Quite a
sensation has been created here by tha
publication of the story of G. W. Gray,
who after a special treatment for three
months was pros -rate and helpless and
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wife iusisted that I should try Dodd's
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met every phase of my case and in a
short time I was able to get out of bed,
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West Tennessee Teachers.
All indications point to a most suc
cessful meeting of the teachers in
Huntingdon on April 1 and 2, the occa
sion of the annual gathering of the
West Tennessee Teachers' Associa
tion and educational convention, the
first announcement of which appeared
several weeks ago. President A. E.
Booth of the Southern Normal Uni
versity, who ia corresponding secre
tary of the association, has heard from
more than 200 teachers already, who
have expressed their intention of at
tending and asking for homes. Hunt
ingdon, with her customary hospital
ity, will provide all comforts and en
tertainment fcr these and many more
who, no doubt, will be In
attendance. The ladies of the
city have taken in hand the
matter of a reception to be given
the visitors some time during the
meet, and it will be a bis: social event.
Another interesting feature or the
gathering will be an address on "Radi
um," by Dr. J. I. D. Hinds of the Pea
body College at Nashville. It is esti
mated that fully 400 pedagogues will
be enrolled at the two days' meeting
Many prominent educators from all
parts of the State will participate in
Ward's Sentence Affirmed.
The sentence of Homer D. "Ward to
ten years' imprisonment for having
carnal knowledge of one of the orphan
inmates of the Odd Fellows' Home at
Clarksville, was affirmed by the Su
preme Court at Nashville last week
Ward was superintendent of the home
and eleven-year-old Susie George was
the victim in the case in which Ward
was convicted. He fled to California
on the alleged offense becoming known
and was arrested there. There is an
other indictment against Ward, charg
ing the same offense upon a different
girl. There are a number of other
charges against him also. The course
as to these has not yet been decided
on, according to W. E. Metzer, presi
dent of the home.
Insurance Gains in Tennessee.
The State insurance department has
completed a table of the 1903 busi
ness of the life insurance companies
operating in Tennessee, which shows
a very substantial increase in the bus
iness during the year 1903, the amount
of insurance in force in the State in
creasing from $98,985,742 in 1902 to
$111,028,124 during the twelve months
ending December 21, 1903. For 1903
premiums to the amount of $4,171,984
were collected and the previous year
$3,499,906. Losses incurred last year
were $1,359,409; for 1902, $1,239,351.
Value of business written in 1903, $28,
227,486; ia 1802, $24,435,200. Over
two thousand more policies were is
sued in 1903 than ia 1902, the total
number now in force being 54,003.
Widow Wins Suit.
In the Federal Court at Knoxville
last week Mrs. Ida Armstrong was
awarded judgment for $2,500 against
the Preferred Accident Company. The
case came from Hawkins county, and
the money was due on an accident
policy held on the life of her husband.
Judge Clark decided a question of law
that was interesting. He held that
the statement of a dying man was not
admissible as evidence except where
homicide was involved. The company
hoped to show by the man's statement
to his physician that he was lulled
as the result of a drunken row.
Contracts With Tomato Raisers.
J. T. Staff, manager of the canning
factory at Dyer, has made contracts
with tomato raisers in that neighbor
hood for about 150 acres, and has
made arrangements with growers at
Fruitland for a hundred acres addi
tional. This will insure the opera
tion of the factory this year. Five
thousand dollars worth of new ma
chinery has been purchased and new
labor-saving canning appliances have
been added, making this the largest
factory of its kind in the South.
The Cumberland county Democratic
convention, held at Crossville a few
days since, elected delegates to the
various conventions and instructed for
Morgan, D. L. Snodgrass, A. H. Shields
and Carmack for delegates at large,
Butler for congress for the Fourth
district. No instructions were given
as to railroad commissioner, the dis
position being to leave this office to
West Tennessee Democrats.
Disappeared on Day of Trial.
C. E. Wilson, who was to have had
a new trial in Nashville last week on
the charge of killing a negro while a
street car conductor, failed to appear
and officers have failed to find him.
He left home for the stated purpose
of going to the courthouse. He was
recently given five years and was un
der $2,500 bond.
Child Fatally Burned.
During a fit of catalepsy Mrs. Chris.
Bringhurst of near Springfield, last
week, fell face foremost into the fire,
before which she was seated. She
had her six-weeks-old baby in her lap
at the time, and the mother and child
were both terribly burned. The child
is burned fatally, its body and head
being roasted to a crisp. The mother
The compilation of the new city di
rectory gives Jackson a population of
Trenton's New Company.
T. N. Gay has enrolled fifty-four
names for enlistment in the military
company, which will organize at Tren
ton next week, as the necessary pa
vpers from Adjt. Harvey H. Hannah
are expected by that time. The com
pany will be mustered in as a part
of the State Guard.
New Bank at Savannah.
The newly-organized Citizens Bank
of Savannah, with Edgar Cherry presi
dent, J. K. Barlow vice-president and
D. A. Welch cashier, will open its
doors for business April 1. They have
secured temporary quarters while they
are erecting their new brick building.
Tobacco In Good Order.
For the first time since last Novem
ber the tobacco throughout the great
Clarksville dark tobacco district is in
good order. Since last week warm
rains have been falling in this section,
softening the crops that remain in the
barns, and within the next few days
the deliveries may be expected to be
gin at a lively rate. The season ha3
been so backward that all the farmers
and others who handle tobacco in vari
ous forms had become utterly discour
aged, but considerable activity in all
the branches of the tobacco business
may be expected from xhis time forth.
Fired Upon From Ambush.
A train load of miners returning
from the mines of the Dayton Coal
and Iron Company was fired upon last
week and four or five men wounded.
The attacking party was concealed
among the rocks and brush, and was
so well hid that it was impossible to
determine how many were in the
crowd. Tha assailants used shotguns
charged with buckshot, and Winches
ters. The volley was returned by Dep
uty Sheriff Rogers and Yardmaster
Balton, who were on the train, and
it is believed that one of the assail
ants was wounded. The attack grows
cut of the ill-feeling on the part of
the union men toward the non-union
miners because the latter have not
joined the former in a strike which
has been in progress for several
months. Several non-union men have
recently received anonymous letters
threatening violence if they continued
to work, and the union men In a body
have several times recently met tne
train and hooted and jeered at the
Obion Presbytery of the Cumberland
Presbyterian church convened at Hum
boldt last week in the Cumberland
Presbyterian church, Rev. E. E. Hen.
drick preaching the opening sermon,
his subject being the "Old Landmarks
of Time." The Woman's Presbyter,
ion Missionary Society of Obion pres.
bytery held their initial meeting in
the Baptist church. Devotional i ex.
ercises were conducted by Mrs. Bar
rows, of Dyer. Miss Minnie McDow.
ell made the address of welcome, to
which Miss Boon, of Trenton, respond
ed. The minute3 of the last meeting
were read and approved, after which
the appointing of committees was tak
en up. The report on mission work
from the several societies composing
the presbytcrial society showed a col
lection of $5C0.39. There were about
135 delegates present.
Lightning in the Courtroom.
During a very severe hailstorm at
Somerville last week, which lasted
about thirty minutes, lightning struck
the electric wires of the courthouse
and burned out the entire wiring of
the building. The current came in at
the north door of the house and ex
ploded in the chancery court clerk's
room, breaking several of the win
dows, tearing off the plastering and
shattering the stone mantelpiece,
which is about ten inches wide and
two inches thick. Fortunately Mr.
Hobson, the clerk, was in the far end
of the room and was not seriously hurt,
but was severely shocked and shaken
up. The janitor, who was standing
close by, was knocked down.
Miniature Race Riot.
A race riot, which may end In ons
death, occurred at South Pittsburg
last week, following an attempt made
by Officer Will Proby to arrest a
drunken negro who was taking the
streets. The negro gave Froby a
heavy blow on tho head, rendering
him unconscious. No sooner had this
happened than a crowd of whites seiz
ed the negro and pounded him with
clubs and bricks. This aroused other
negroes, but they were soon overpow
ered by the whites. Several of the
negroes were locked up. The injured
negro is not expected to live.
Struck by Lightning.
During a thunder storm in Mont
gomery county last week lightning ran
down the chimney at the home of G.
A. Minor of the Lone Oak vicinity,
striking him and rendering him uncon
scious. He did not regain conscious
ness for several hours, but will re
Fred Sawyer, a brakeman for the
Louisville & Nashville Railroad, was
thrown from the top of a box car at
Hematite, near Clarksville, last week,
a distance of fifteen feet. His shoul
der was dislocated and he suffers from
several painful bruises, but will re
cover. Small Child Is Killed.
While at play in Jackson last week
Willie, the three:year-old son of W. C.
Hancock, was accidentally shot with
a small 22 rifle, in the hands of another
child. The ball took an upward course,
Big Fire at Bristol.
A destructive fire occurred at Bris
tol last week. The loss will reach
more than $50,000, partially insured.
The fire originated on the Virginia
side of State street.
Enloe's Nomination Assured.
It looks very much as if Hon. B. A.
Enloe's nomination as State railroad
commissioner is assured. He has al
ready secured 400 instructed votes, as
against 80 for. his only opponent, J.
Daniel Haley Recaptured.
Daniel Haley, who was sent up from
Shelby county for six years on a
charge of house-breaking and larceny
eleven years ago, and who escaped
two months after his arrival, has been
captured in St. Louis.
Tornado at Union City. '
A tornado swept over the eastern
portion of Union City last week, de
stroying a number of buildings and
unroofing dwellings. It came from the
southwest, and the path of destruction
was about two hundred yards wide.
Clarksville Home Burned.
The residence of Ed Merriwether,
one of the most prominent of Clarks-
ville's .younger citizens, was partially
destroyed last week by a fire that
starred from a defective flue in the
kitchen. Most of the household goods
were removed in a greatly damaged
condition. The total loss will reach
about $2,000, partly covered by insur
Tyson Not a Candidate.
I.,. D. Tvson. snealcer of the last
house and Democratic nominee for sen
ator from Knox county, announces he
is not a candidate for speaker of the
next house, as reported over the State.
Chester County Primary.
The Democratic primary election In
Chester county for the selection of
candidates for county offices, will be
held on Saturday, April 2.
Good Fruit Crop.
The prospects for good apple and
peach creps in Johnson county for this
year are very promising just now. As
Johnson is a fruit-growing county the
people may rejoice at the outlook. Last
year's j-ield was almost a failure, and
a bounteous crop this year would mean
a great deal in a financial way to
the fruit growers.
Many Women During the Spring Months Suffer From
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"Excuse me," he said, returning; "but
you are sittirg on my hat."
"I know it, replied the other, rising; "I
was afraid some one would tuke it whila
you were gone." Yonkers Statesman.
The Oat Wonder.
The Editor must tell its readers of this
marvel. It originated with the largest
farm seed growers in the world, the John
A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. It
has stiff straw, stands up like a stone wall,
is white, heavy, and has long ears, filled
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great stooler, 80 stocks from one kernel.
IP YOU WILL SEND THIS NOTICE AND
IOC IN STAMPS
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this Oat Wonder, which yielded in 1903, !
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together with other farm seed samples and
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A precious thing is all the more precious
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Every men on earth has either rheuma
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I am sure 'Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved mr life three vears ago. Mrs. Tho.
Robbing Norwich, 5f. Y., Feb. 17, 1900.
What men want is not talent, but pur
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After years of
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No reason why
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Mrs. Almira A. Jaokson, of East Front
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My sleep was disturbed by visions of
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MISS BERTHA M. RUSH PITTSBURG.
Miss Rush Suffered With Systemic Catarrh Was Nervous, Had
No Appetite, Grew Thin and Emaciated. She Now Looks Like a New
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Tired, Nervous Women.
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