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1. C. H. It. TIME TABLE. !
Effective Sunday, Jan. 20, 1901.
25 .fi.29 p.m.
23 ............ ....7. 45 a.m.
95 local-... ....8. 15 a.m.
26 7.16 a.m.
24 .9.03 p.m.
94 local......... 2.50 p.m.
W. A. HOUSE, Agent
Dr. L. M. Bray, of Toone, was
in town Tuesday.
Miss Stella Heaves spent last
week in Middleton.
Mrs. Wm. McKinnie is quite
ill w ilh pneumonia.
Mr, Jerome Hill, of Memphis,
was in the city Monday.
Mrs.N.B. Wheatley, of Toone,
was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lightfort
spent la9t Sunday in Jackson.
Mr. Ben Sinclair has purchased
the Carruth place in West Bolivar.
Air. A. II. Fulghum has been
appointed postmaster atCrainesville.
Thtre will be uo service at the
Episcopal Church next Sunday even
ing. Mrs. James Fentress," Jr., of
Chicago, is visiting Mrs. Farrar at
Misses Curlin and Doyle, of
Jackson, spent Sunday with Miss
Mr. II. E. Carter has purchas
ed Mr. T. L. Amnions' residence in
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cox spent
several days with relatives in Sauls
bury this week.
Fifty-two new 'subscribers have
been added to our mailing list since
the first of January.
We regret to hear of the se
rious illness of Hon. J. A. Manson
at his home in Saulsbury.
Messrs. Ben T. Marsh and T.
II. Ransom have purchased Red
fearn Cousin's saloon at Toone.
500 Bushels Peas. High
est market price )aid.
Savage & Emerson.
Mr. J. P. Mitchell, of Bolivar,
killed a registered Poland China
hog last Friday that weighed 475
A new schedule went into ef
fect on the I. C. last Sunday. The
only important change is in the lo
Messrs. T. D. Newbern and
John II. Bills expect to leave in a
few days for Oklahoma on a pros
Remember, farmers, the Insti
tute to beheld here to-morrow (Sat
urday) for your benefit. The at
tendance should be large.
Mr. G. W. Breeden and family
have moved to the residence recent
ly vacated by Mr. S. II. Clinton
and family on Jackson Street.
Mrs. Ella Fleet and family who
have been visiting relatives in Ar
kansas and Missouri for the past
month, returned Sunday evening,
Mr. W. M. Ragan, of the 13th
district, has a flock of sheep with
which a doe has recently taken up.
He requests the public not to kill it.
Wanted to Buy Rent
Notes, Land Notes.
Bank of Bolivar.
Mr. P. N. Stuart has accepted
a position as traveling salesman for
the True-Tagg PaintCompany, Mem
phis. He will leave in a few days.
Hare your job printing done at
the Bulletin- office. We have a
selection of beautiful type, execute
work promptly and our prices are
The United States tiekl trials
were held at Grand Junction this
week. A large crowd from differ
ent parts of the country was in
Mr. Russom, of Hazen, Ark.,
was summoned here this week to
the bedside of his wife, who is quite
ill at the residence of her sister,
The fragile babe and the growing
child are strengthened by White's
Cream Vermifuge. It destroys
worm's gets digestiou at work, and
so rebuilds the body. Price 25 cents.
Sold by W. J. Cox.
Cascade aD(1 Paducah Club,
two of the leading brands manufac-
tured. b or sale by It. Ivedfearx,
Coate9 Block, Bolivar, Tenn.
Mr.II.O. True, president of the. M. Moore, B. V. Hudson, T. II.
True-Tagg Paint Co., of Memphis, i Irby.
was in the city Saturday on busi
ness. The firm of which he is the
head, is recognized as one of the
largest and leading establishments
of its kind in the South..
Low rate of interest given
by the Bank to good borrow
e rs . Bank of Bo li va i: .
We regret to announce the
death of little Pearl Black, the
sweet six year old child of Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Black, which occur
red Tuesday of pneumonia. The
remains were buried Thursday aft
ernoon in the family graveyard near
Rev. W. S. Cochrane will
preach at the Presbyterian Church
at 11 o'clock a.m. on next Sunday,
January 27 th. By order of the ses
sion, a meeting of the congregation
will be held immediately after said
service to elect a pastor for the
Many a bright and happy house
hold has been thrown into sadness
and sorrow because of the death of
a loved one from a neglected cold.
Ballard's Horehoifnd Syrup is the
great cure for coughs, colds' aud all
pulmonary ailments. Price, 25 ?,nd
50 cents. Sold by W. J. Cox.
Mrs. Martha Robley, wife of
W. W. Robley, died last Friday
night near Vildo of lyphojd fever.
Her remains were buried at the
Hankley graveyard. Mrs. Robley
was a member of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Clmrch. Three chil
Sweeton & Black have just
received another car load of
the celebrated Studebaker
Buggies and Wagons.
Mr. Junius Williams and Miss
Esther Thomas were united in mar:
riage Sunday evening in the parlors
of the Bolivar Hotel by Rev. J. F.
Ray. The popular and handsome
young couple left immediately on
the North bound train to visit rela
tives of the bride in HaywoodCoun-
Whosoever has suffered from
piles knows how painful and troub
lesome they are. Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment is guaranteed to cure
piles. Price 50 . cents in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. Sold by W. J.
Conductor Tom Binford, of the
lower passenger division, is handling
the run of Captain P. B. Wilkin
son, on the I. C. road, this week,
Mr. Wilkiuson having gone to
Grand Junction to run the Hickory
Valley special, put on to accommo
date the participant and visitors at
the field trial. Jackson Whig. .
For Sale Farm containing
190 acres; 80 acres in cultivation,
balance timbered with cypress and
willow bottom. Good double-room
dwelling and two other settlements,
also horse gin. Located seven
miles northwest of Bolivar. For
terms and further information ap
ply to E. V. Hall, Yum Yum,
Rev. J. F. Ray, pastor of the
Baptist Church, is soliciting signa
tures, petitioning the legislature to
abolish the present charter of Boli
var and to reincorporate under the
four mile law the object of which
is to do away with the sale of whis
key in tha town of Bolivar. Quite
a number of our most prominent
citizens have signed the petition.
The properties of Ballard's Snow
Liniment possess a range of use
fulness greater than any other
remedy. A day seldom passes in
every household, especially where
there are children, that it is not
needed. Price, 25 and. 50 cents.
Sold by W. J. Cox.
Mr. II. E. Carter and Miss Ka
tie L. Finger were united in mar
riage Wednesday at the residence of
the bride's father near Saulsbury.
Rev. Cleanth Brooks officiated.
Mr. Carter is a rising member of
the Bolivar bar, was recently elect
ed Mayor of the city and is held in
hich esteem by our people. His
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bride is a charming and lovely
youncr lady. The Bulletin extends
For Bent or Sale The
Nuckolls Livery Stable Lot.
Bank of Bolivar.
Bolivar's municipal election
passed off quietly Tuesday. N. F.
Ilizer was elected Marshal without
opposition,, receiving 118 votes
The race for Mayor between II. E
Carter and J. K. P. Tate was close,
the former winning by four major-
rity, receiving 61 votes to Tate's 57.
The following were elected Alder-
men: G. M. Savage, G. A Black,
Julius Crawford, G. M. Wilkinson,
I. W. Harper is the Gold Medal
whiskey of the world. Highest
awards at Paris, 1900; Chicago, 1893;
New Orleans, 1885. Unbeaten and
Unbeatable! Sold by Skpdens &
Co., Bolivar, Tenn.
Advertising is to the merchant
what plowing and sowing is to the
farmer. Imagine a farmer trying
to raise a crop by sitting on the
fence as he looks over a ten-acre
field wishing that a nice crop of
wheat or corn would spring up in it.
Ridiculous, isn't it? But not more
so than a merchant who hides a
stock of goods away in a storeroom
and then sits on the counter, hoping
that people will come in and buy.
Our Board of School Commis
sioners, Messrs. R. N. Mitchell, C.
A. Miller and T. D. Newbern, have
selected Prof. S. A. Myatt, of Ce
dar Hill, Tenn., as principal of the
Bolivar Public School, to serve for
the next five months, to fill out the
unexpired term" of Prof. Hudson,
resigned. Prof. Myatt is a gradu
ate of Vanderbilt University and
comes highly recommended. He
will enter upon bis duties Monday,
All who are interested
in Agriculture, are cordi
ally invited to attend a
meeting of the Hardeman
County Farmers Institute,
to be held in the Court
House at Bolivar, Satur
day, January 26th.
Brockwood, the cozy country
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hayes,
ten miles northwest of Jackson, was
the scene of a beautiful home wed
ding Wednesday afternoon, January
10, at 4 o'clock when Mr. Will R.
Sparkman aud Miss Lucile Cotten
plighted their love at hymen's altar,
Rev. J.E. Stuart, of this city, of
ficiating. Quite a number of friends assem
bled to witness the happy event.
The parlors and hall of this pretty
country home were beautifully dec
orated. While the friends waited in the
parlor Miss Delana White rendered
a beautiful solo.- Mrs. Mamie Cayce
Gooch, of Franklin, played the in
spiring Mendelsohn wedding march
as the handsome sroom entered
with his lovely bride. The attend
ants were Mr. E. E. Taliaferro and
Miss Lina Small. Rev. Stuart, in
au impressive manner, united two
hearts and two destinies for life.
The charming bride is the daugh
ter of the late Dr. Hal P. Cotten.
Though . born in this county, she
was reared from early girlhood at
Shelby ville and Nashville, this state.
The groom is a well known and
popular young business man of this
city aud connected with the firm of
Umphleet & Griffin in a responsible
position. His former home was at
Saulsbury, Hardeman County. Ev
erybody who knows Will Sparkman
The following party 6t friends
accompanied him from Jackson: J.
S. Matthews and Mrs. Mamie C.
Gooch, E.-E. Taliaferro and Misses
Delana White and Mary Jonea
Rev. J. E. Stuart, L. R. Griffin and
Robt. B. Lindsey.
The bridal party, immediately
after the ceremony, returned to
Jackson. VA wedding lunch was
served at the residence of Mr. R.
T. Hamilton, Chester street. The
happy groom and bride said good
bye to friends and left over the M.
& O. for St. Louis. They will have
rooms at Mr. R. T. Hamilton's on
then return. Jackson Whig.
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St. Katharine's News.
On Saturday evening MissesMary
Wood and Lillias Bills entertained
their Sunday School classes "all in
a garden fair." The young ladies
were led through the garden and
then required to write what they
bad seen. Miss Lizzie Ilavenkott
received a most beautifully decorat
ed note tablet as a reward for her
skill in this direction. In the flow
er question and answer contest Miss
Nellye Boylft won the prize an ad
dress book. Pleasant games follow
ed and most delicious refreshments
were served. At the latest possible
moment the guests bid adieu to the
two charming hostesses, left the
fairy land of mellow candle light
and floral display and became again
merely "The Seniors.
Mr.. William Holmes, of Miss,
was a visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Crockett, of Farrel, Miss.,
spent Mond&y at the school.
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g By Mail Dne Year, $5; 6 Months, $2,60; 3 i
z' Months, $1.50; 1 Month, 50 Cents j
Report of Road Commissioner.
To the Houorable County Court of
I hereby submit this, my Fourth
Quarterly report of the public high
ways and bridges of the County for
the year 1900. I have traveled
over a large portion of the County
since my last report and have an
swered every call that was made on
me when my services were needed,
have answered four petitions for
opening and changing roads, as will
be seen from my reports on same
which are in the possession of the
Clerk, to be acted upon by your
ourt. During the last quarter I
ave endeavored to impress upon
each district contractor to do all
necessary work on roads, to patch
and repair them when needed. In
some districts the work has been
somewhat satisfactory when we take
into account the limited amount of
road lax to be used in same. Roads
in other parts of the County, are
not what they ought to be, having
been neglected by the contractors
and hands. There are several dis
tricts in the County that need more
road funds, 5 cts. tax not being suf
ficient to keep the roads and dis
trict bridges as they should be kept,
while other districts can make out
to get along as they have in the
past with 5 cts. tax, but we need to
have better roads aud could have
with an additional ." cts. tax. I
therefore would most respectfully
recommend to your IlonorableCourt
that you assess eight days labor to
be used on the roads when needed
and levy a highway tax of 10 cts.
The public roads of the County cer
tainly need more grading and bet
ter . attention than we have given
them in the past. After this year
we midht reduce the time and tax.
The roads being in better corrdition
than now, with the experience of
the past year, I hope to manage the
public highways in a more system
atic way and that the people will
lake more interest in having better
roads and bridges throughout the
County. While I am your Road
Commissioner I earnestly desire that
the members of your Court and the
public generally will notice more
closely after defective bridges and
report them to me or to the Chair
man of your Honorable Court. I
have worked in the interest of the
roads in different parts of the Coun
ty 45 days. Thanking you for your
past favorable consideration and so
liciting your cooperation during this
year, I am your servant,
S. F. Nuckolls,
County Road Com.
Wanted: Young ladies and gen
tlemen in every county for office
work, clerkship, etc. Must make
small deposit or give security. Pre
vious experience not necessary.
Good salary. Address "Frank,"
Rox 435, Nashville, Tenn. mch29.
Of the Public Roads in Hardeman
In accordance with the new Koad Law of 1890. we.
the undersigned, will receive
all roads in the County up to 12 o clock M., Jbebruary 4th
1901. Y hula will he received later than 142 o 'cloak m
said day. AIT work must be done in accordance with Sec
tions 4 and 5 of the Act creating this law. All contractors
will be required to put in six. days on the loads as required
bylaw. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids.
brood roads cannot be inauc without room to build
them, we therefore renuest all persons who have encroach-
ed upon the roads to move their fences back this winter, so
there will be no obstruction
begins in the spring. We will do our best this year to im
prove our County Roads. This January 1G, 1901.
S. F. NUCKOLLS, W.J. COX,
Road Commissioner. Gh'm Co. Court
e wanner, ij
Card of Thanks.
I desire to express my thanks to
my neighbors, and especially, to
the members of the different lodges
of which my husband was a mem
ber, for the faithful attention and
assistance shown us during his last
illness. May the richest blessings
of God abide with them.
Mks. Mattie E. Lambekt.
January 24, 1901.
Jno. W. Nuckolls was painfully
hurt Monday evening by the fall of
a bale of cotton upon his foot. He
is on crutches. Luckily no worse.
hotel, A. S. Anderson retiring,
Conner & Co., of Metropolis.!!!.,
ie opened a jug factory at Toone.
W e have some fane clay suitable for
the manufacture of jugs
Berger Pirtle, son of W. C.
Pirtle, has returned from Texas.
John T. Marsh, who has been
sick with lagrippe for the past
month, is able to be out again, look
ing after hickory timber in Ilatchie
Atlas Knott has accepted a posi
tion as salesman with W. T. Smith.
Mrs. W. 11. Robinson, of Grand
Junction, visited Mrs. Helen Rob
inson this week. She returned Tues
Farmers have begun to burn the
grass from all the old fields, which
they expect to plant in cotton. Look
out for five cent cotton this fall.
Raising corn at $1.00 per barrel is
a better paying investment.
T. W. Crews, the popular saw
mill man of Cloverport, has shipped
50,000 feet of switch ties from
Toone within the past ten days.
Resolutions of Respect;
To the officers anl itieinlters of Tennyson Loilgo,
No. 107, K. of P:
We, your committee, appointed
to draft resolutions in regard to the
death of Brother J. A. Lambert,
beg leave to report:
1st. That this Lodge realizes
with sorrow that one of its bravest
and truest Knights has been remov
ed from our Castle Hall one who
was ever prompt in attendance," ever
faithful iu the discharge of duty,
who wore his armor befitting a
Pythian and who laid it down un
2nd. . That we cherish his memo
ry and will strive to emulate his ex
3rd. That our sympathies be ex
tended to the bereaved family in
their great affliction.
4th. That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the wife of the
deceased, a copy spread upon the
minutes and a copy published in the
lluou Williams, )
W. J. Cox, VCotn.
J. V. C UK LIN,
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Constipation or Costiveness we canoot cure will
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the directions are strictly complied with. Thev
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FOH SAILUD IB15T W. J. OH.
Following is the programme of
the Teachers' Institute to be held at
Whiteville, Saturday, Feb. 2, 1901:
1. How to cultivate a love for
good literature II. S. Taylor.
2. The Ideal Scliool
Miss Esther JSmith.
3. The importance of grading
Public Schools W. I. Young.
4. The Public School Director
the responsibility of his position. ..
J. A. Hudson.
How to win our pupils
Miss Fannie Norment.
6. Primary work in the Public
Schools Miss Lottie Prewitl.
The public is cordially invited to
attend. J. A. llunsox,
Roll of Honor.
The following have subscribed
for and renewed their subscriptions
to the Bl'M.evix since our last issue:
J C Yarbrough Bolivar
W M Ragan Bolivar
J B Emerson Memphis, Tenn.
V C Dorion Bolivar
Mrs E M Dorion .. Memphis, Tenn.
T A Vincent Bolivar
J A Pruett Nonansville, Tex.
Jno L Crisp.. Bolivar
N. B. Wheatley ...Toone
James Deniing Dallas, Tex.
All persons having claims against
Albert T. McNeal, secured by his
general assignment, executed to me
on the 10th day of January, 1900,
and of record in the Register's of
fice of Hardeman County, Tenn.,
Trust Deed Book 28, page 195, are
hereby notified to present the same
to undersigned on or before the 1st
day of February, 1902, or before
an appropriation of said trust funds,
or they will be forever barred in
law and equity.
Trustee of A. T. McNeal.
January 22, 1901.
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