ANOTHER ACCIDENT CLAIM BOBS UP.
LENT RILEY is getting ready to sue the Travelers on his accident policy. It will be remembered that Lent while drunk tried to commit suicide by jumping into Evergreen Creek. His head struck a rock and he was fished out stunned and badly hurt. He was confined to his bed for four weeks. The company refused to al-low hint a cent, although Lem claims that if he had been sober lie never would have tried to drown him-
self. Lawyer McBride says it was clearly an involuntary act, and therefore accidental. He will fight it for all he is worth, clear up to the highest court. What's more, we hope he will win. The Travelers is too mighty to know that the CLARION exists, and we have never been able to get even an answer to our letters asking for an ad.
NEW ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION OPENS UP.
WE have accepted the agency for Piney Woods and vicinity of the Tourists' Mutual Protective Association of Ivanhoe, Ga., the best accident company in the South. This takes the place of the United Mutual of Hayville, the Yankee corporation that refused to pay Mr. Clarence Watts' claim. We advise policyholders in the United to drop payments at once and come into the Tourists'. It was our fault that they were led into the United, but we were deceived ourselves and we frankly own up. We personally know Joe Storch, of Ivanhoe,