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Ancther Act of lemnes*
Near Reifo ke
1WJROER F OflI AVINGED
w thi Scntonco, of Death im
JWaod by a Justico of -the Peace
"'itizen'3" of '1l,ptonville, -Tenn.,
.21-1 Into the Court Room and
Anrry the Prisorers to a Hasty
DendEe at the End of a Rope.
Unin Cty.Tenin., .Special.'-The
~rwle ' -:n ( Tiptonville, bordering
a I Foot Lake, which has been
,the sene of miany stirring incidents
the pist month witnessed the lynch
ing late' Tuesday afternoon of three
tegws -oho were arrested that morn
ig for wnidr-ring Special Deputy
She-iir Richard Jarruss, and 4at .ly
omaling .lolh Hall, a deputy sheriff.
Uhe negroes are: Marshall Stineback,
Edw.rd Stin)ack, Jim Stineback.
Tesze bothe-s created a disturb
ance at religious meeting 'ear Tip
&irwvilln Sat-ra night, add when
Cie t'wo oflicers attempted 'to arrest
-hem , a filh eusned, in which the
uero (ore out victorious and
:adWe their escape.
It -ns barelv daylight ' Sunday
-r'osing before a )osse of citizens
.!ixm Tiptonville and the surround
ig ountry were in pursuit of the
wrges, but Ihey successfully eluded
the xiiie men until 8 o'clock Tues
,day norning, when they were sur
omuned and captured in a little
wwanp near the village of Ridgely.
The vicinity is known as the old river
6ed caIebrake and it is a difficult
matter to t race man or beast through
its tanles. Once captured, however.
-the negroes, -overed by a hundred
gms, were icklY landed in jail at
Tiptonv:11e. Tlie negroes when ar.
rested had two guns in their posses.
1sion, but had run out of ammunition.
The news of their capture spread rap
idly to the surrounding territory and
.-an addition the several hundred mem
'&ers of the posse began arriving by
4every m wad and soon the jail was stir
9mnded by a mob which had no hesi.
aney in threatening a lynching quick
My and surely. In fact it was feared
.at noon that the best townspeople
- -t"ld not prevent the lynching from
0.taking place in broad daylight.
Big Sale of Burley Tobacco.
Winchester, IS., Special.-Repre
-eentntives of every big independent
tobnco concern in the United States
As well as buyers for the American
Tobaro (ompany, were here to at
tend the salei of the remainder of the
tobaco in the pool of the burley so
,dety,. anmonting to about 5,000,000
ounds. 'i'he sales bekan with proba
1y 500 pc-ople present. Sales were
made at a ratio of one hogshead of
,the 1906 erop to every four of the
197' en)p sold. Prices ranged from
3% to 30 (cnts.
(Jumndlne Elected Senator.
Des Moines, .Iowa, Special.-By a
-atrc part,y vote of 109 to 35 Gover
mor Albert B. Cumnmins was elected
11iited States Senator to'fill the va
aney caused by the death of Sena
ea William B. Allison, whose term
sumul have expired on March 4th,
Wein. The .ioint session of the Legiu
',quietly fulfilled the mandate
the recent primary vote. The
'lboeratie minority voted rolidly for
Assigned to Califernia..
Washington. Special.a-Ma.ior Gen.
wem John F. We:<ton, now in eom.
siad of the Philippine 'forces, has
"Ee ass'igned to command the do.
nntof California . with head
efrs atSn Francisco. vice Brig.
anier G~eneral Frefd A. Smith. wh<
-wEb aus'gned to othier duties. Ma.
se. W. P. D)uverl will succeed to the
~Cuban Orange Crop.
'Washington, Special.-The orange
- gng of Cuba this year will be the
Iugent i'n the history of the island
gaiwill -reach 500,000 boxes, accord
ne to -a report made to the bureau
et 'uaanufactures by Consul R. E. Hol.
y ,of Santiago de Cuba. The bus
ef oranmo culture in the island.
n ays, is -most entirely in thw
* nds of Ate.ricans.
M~DO to University of Virghiia.
'* Dflottesville, Va. Special.- A r
mnional gift of $50.000 to thm,
namRowmrit fund of the University (of
'i~uiwiahIlms been1 made by Colonel
(I kWin ft. 'Payne, of New tork. An,
'emenmrnnt of the donation was inadc
& Mk by President Alderman to
Mee med.crs of the faenity who were
daEvIs*J that Cdolonel- P'uym,e was an
a &fr cof Tb'o*mas Jefferson anti ol
SmTuivenittet~ Virginia and , bMd
ne ydel titly: the bet
1 a'gieroas *e Tr,uble
and H"ow t Was e
Mrs, Lucy bok,.; St.,
ehe Valley, . ". Eight
64 se V#r midney
trouble' y back
tuusi.t. 4 day
t hsem orse.
The least t)repsure
- on my back tortizrkd
me, and 1 could-not
stoop without a bad
twinge. The kidfey
secretions passed irregularly with
pain, and I bloated badly. My head
swam and spots ditted before my
eyes. One doctor said I was incurable.
IHowIver, I found prompt relief when
I started using Doan's Kilney Pills,
and the troubles I have related grad
Sold by all dealers. 50c. a box.
Foster-AfMih, ro.. -MvrnI,1. .
The squirrel slaughter of Russia
amounts to :35,000,OQ0 a year.
ANTIDOTU WOR SKIN DIEASES
That's what TNTTUDIVD is; and it Is more.
It is an absolute cur* for eiema, tetter,
ringworm, f'rysipilas and all other itching
cutaneous disoasea.-. In aggravated cases
of these afflictions 1kq cures have been phe
nomenal. It gives Justant relief and of7dets
permanent eures. 50*. at draggists or by
n:.il from J. T. Saurranen, Dept. A, Sa.
Corruption wins not more than
Ricks' Capudine Cures Headache,
Whether from colds, heat, otomach or
nervous troubles. No Aceetauilid or dan
gerono drug. It's liquid and acts imme
diately. Trial bottle 10c. Regular sires
2W. and 50c., at all druggists.
It Covers the Old Dominion.
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.Iiving in Hopes.
"I notice that Susie is going with
the big, blond German."
''Yes; they seem to be very fond
of each other.''
''Are they engagedl'
''She doesn't know, but she hopes
they arc. You see, she can not under
stand him very well, but so as not
to take chances she answers 'Yes'
to every question he asks.''
Glow of Health Speaks For Postum.
It requires no scientific training to
discover whether coffee disagrees or
Simply stop it for a time and use
Postum in place of it, then note the
beneficial effect.. The truth will ap
"Six years ago I was in a very bad
condition," writes a Tenn. lady, "I
suffered from indigestion, nervous
ness and insomnia.
"I was then an inveterate coffee
drinker, but it was long before 1 could
be persuaded that it was coffee that
hurt me. Finally I decided to leave
it off a few days and flnd out the
"The first morning I left off co.ffee
I had a raging headache, so I decidedi
I must have something to take the
place of coffee." (The heada'he 'was
caused by the reaction of the coffee
"Having heard of Postumn throug~h
a friend who used it, I bought a pack
age and tried it. I did not like i4 at
first, but a'fter learneci how to make
it right, ac'cording to diretions on
pkg., I would not change back to cof
fee for anything.
"Whecn I be.cr.n to ase Postum I
welshed only 117 !bs. Now I weigh
170. and as I ha:ve not taken any
tonic in t'^nt (i.e i enn only attribute,
mny recovery of goodl health to the use
of Postumi in yhtee. or coffee.
"My husbaund says I am a living ad
vertisement for Postum. I am glad
to-be the means of inducing my many
friends to.use Postum, too."
Name given by Postum Co.. Battle
Creek; Mich. Read "The Road' o
Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Rebq
Ever reed the abonve lettes?)
new one. appears fro~
d In 2 D Catieurs.
two mocths 4o Ihad a humor
b -7'out on my liu.i below my klne.
eto look U$ke r%w beafstesk. all'
no one k6ws 'how t1hey itched
a..~,d~ They,4Were so 0wollen that I
c 1 -t ny shoes on for a week or
r-101P, fiye or disdifferent remedies
and got Aqhelp, only when applying thotu
the btXU$g was worcs and the itzhing lesx.
For t' oft. tee weekx t'e Sufering wan
inte%ij~ #* during that tine I did not
sleep an. 7 at a tine. Then one morn
ing I t'Ie4 a bit of Cuticura. F.om +he
momn it -touched me the itching was
gone ad I hae. not felt a bit of it since.
!The sweinr went down and in two days ]
had, my'0hoAs on and was nbout n usual.
George r. P.*ley, 50 r,outh Strte St., Con
cord, N. I., May 11, t007."
The Man 'Who means well may be
credited for it, but. generally it is
the only creditable thing about him.
'e Drtve Out MLarin sand Build Up
rake thi Old Standard Uaove's TAsrJ
I.X&S (jUMj6, To1(o. You know what you
are taking. The formula is plaiuly printeW.
on every bottl, vawing it is dimply Qu.
nine an Irou In a takteless form, aa the
moet efflwitual form. r-or grown people
and chid-t. -,
A handful of might is better than
a sackful of right.-German.
Itch cured in 30 minute" by Woolford's
8anitary Lotion. Never fails. 'At druggisto.
Experience purchased by suffering
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething,softens the gumis, reduces intlamn s
tiun.allAysan,cures wiud colic.25L a bottle
But for the mistakes made by great
men, history would be awfully unin
This woma ays that s4k
women should 'apt foil to try
Lydia E. Pink am*s Vegetable
Compond as she did.
Mrs. A. Gregory, of 2355-aWrenoe
St., Denver, Col, writes to MrM
"I was practically an invalid for a3
years, on 1eount of female trouble.
underwent an operation by the
doetor's advice, but in a few months ]
was worse than before. A friend ad
vised Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabl
Compound and it restored me to perfee1
health, such as I have not enjoyed im
many years. Any woman sufferng a
I did wIth backache, bearing-dowi
pains, and priodic pins,hould not fal
to use LydaL E.khatn'a Vegetabli
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN
For thirty years LIydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, madi
from roots and herbs, asbeen thi
standard remedy for female ill
and has positivelyecurdthousandsoa
women who have been troubled witi
displacements, lilammnatlon ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irreg art
. rlodic pains, bg,ckache, tht r~
.-down feeling, flatulency, iridiges
Mion,dizziness or nervous prostration
WThy don't you try it ?.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sici
women to write her for advice
Sipe has guided thousands te
health. Adrss Lynn, Xass.
A fellowv has to work like sin
And never stop for play
To get a hero medal in
The regulation way,
So round the pawnshop door I'' wait
And get one at a bargain rate.
CitreS Through the Blood
The Old Standard OROVE'S
cystem. You know what you a
ib simply Quliio cnd Iron ini a
writes Mrs. E. Fournier of s -
used to suffe from headache, side ache
ressing-downiand could h walk. At
Stook l all the time.
It Will Help You
(Yardui is a meicIne that has been found to act
upon the cause of most women's pains, strengthen.
ing the. weakened wormanly organs, that suffer be
cause their w6rk is too hard for therh.
It is not a pain "killer," but a true female
remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients,
perfecfy harme and recommended for all sick wo
men, old or young. Try Cardui. Women's Relief.
AT ALL DRUG 6TORE
lT I R. WATKINS MEDICAL GO.
WWNONA N MN"OTA. *
Unkea 0 101.Sot Atefems ffovw*kold Memedbea. rLavai4aw
Un .er"ea all Mj,dos, Vo eP sepanabsts.l a pp. 0.
Canwa4wor.r %Wanted in Erderv County
o VOP.. Xm,. ..., 0.0.....0. out.
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Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains
It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the
tendecrest part without hurting because it doesn't need
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,lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates
-instantly - relieves any inflamniation and congestion,
and reduces the swelig.
is an excellent antiseptic and germ
killer-heals cuts, burns, wounds and
contusions, and will draw the poison
from sting of poisonous insects.
Price, 25e., 50c., and $1.00.
. eDr.EariS. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
Sloan's book on korse., eattle, sheep and poultry sent free.
aIes, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, BIood
P ison, EBem , one Pains,.
.e?6 Bones, Joints, nod vbl.e hedt . dise Nocated. Iu thisi w a y~A ).nus,
Uoer, P C, Kru tiona are b .nredI. asat n and ache.. of )thet matl-th -
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