The Bolivar Bulletin.
1, C- It. Ji. TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, Jan. 20, 1901.
No. South. No.
25 fi.29 p.m. 26...
23 ...... .....7, 45 a.ni. 24 ....
95 local . 8.15 a.w. 94 local.
Dr. S. Dickson will visit Grand the county. Prior Id the civil war,
Junction Monday and Tuesday, kelson belonged to the Groves fani-
Marcb 11th and 12th. lie-will be ily, and while the male members
pleated to serve all who are in need were at the front during the war, he
of dental work. remained at home and took care of
the women and children, beveral
yea r8 ago, Nelson lost all of his ef
fects bv fire. His condition was
W. A. HOUSE. Agent
Manuel Sain, colored, charged
Willi ih thettot a nockpt lioot be-
7.i a.in lons'iii" to Mr. Jake Kalin. con-
-..9.08 p.m. .;,:. 4, .ou nCIO(l reported lo his yoQis roaster, Mr.
. 2 50 p.m.
I LOCAL NEWS, t
Onion sets at Hudson's.
Enquire Cox and placed under 500 Asheville, N. C, who pensioned
bond, which he failed to give, hence him for Iif' aud "on whose bounty
he i reiiistered at Sheriff Sammons Le livcd comfortably until his
Of Farmers' Institute to be held in Bolivar, $
Saturday, March 16, 1901.
S Tf ittti mikhI a hrst-class Newspaper,
II VOU waul one that cau bc relied
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Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets'
aiifl Ganleti Seeds of all kinds'
Mr. Aubry lvahn is in Memphis .'t W. J. Redd & Soil's.
Miss Kathleen Collins is visit-
Roll of Honor.
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I iiic lunun lug ijciovjuo ujivg c vt yj
About one hundred invited ' scribed for and renewed their sub-
guests attended the "Hunt Lunch- senptions to the Bulletin during
Horse and Jack bills printed at eon" given- at Hickory Valley on ! the past week:
ing relatives here.
the Bulletin office at low rates.
Mrs. John Redd and little son
"have returned from New Orleans.
Onion Sets at Cox's.
Mrs. M. J. Clift, of Memphis,
was in Bolivar the first of the week.
Mr. W. T. Williams, of Ken
nett, Mo., was in the city this week
Miss Laura Tate, from Nash
ville, visited her parents this week.
Miss Fannie Stuart and Mr. J.
V. Kinney visited Wnitevillc Sun
day. Mr. Sidney Sijott, of Fulton, is
visiting his father, Rev. J. M.
May was awarded a beautiful silver: J. P. Rook.
Go to Cox's for Pure
Hon. E. L. Bullock, of Jackson,
was in Bolivar on legal business
' Miss Kate McKinnie, of Jack
son, is spending the week with
Mrs. Aus'in Miller and little
daughter arrived from Nashville
Miss Julia Tate left Tuesday
morning to visit her friend, Miss
Dora Mask, Memphis.
Mr. and Mrs. A L. Se vest re,
left the early part of the week for
their New York home.
Garden Implements cheap
at W. J. Redd & Son's.
Mrs. Belle Euff, who has just
closed a school term at Toone, was
in the city last Monday.
Esquire L. S. Hazlegrove acted
as Marshal during the illness of
Marshal Ilizer last week.
Owing to the absence of the
rector, there will be no service in
the Episcopal Church next Sunday.
Prof. J. A. Hudson, we under
stand, has accepted a position with
the Oliver-Fiunie Grocer Co., of
Mrs. Will Swasey and son,
McNeal, and Miss Mary McNeal,
of St. Louis, are spending the week
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Win
dow Glass, Varnishes, etc.,
cheap at Hudson's.
Messrs. Jake Kahn and J. A.
Barrett have returned from market,
where tl.ey bought large stocks of
s pring goods.
Mrs. Pitser Miller, Jr., and
little son left Wednesday morniug
for Elizabeth, N. J., to be absent
The government thermometer
registered 17 degrees above zero
cup for breaking the greatest num
ber of clay pigeons.
Mr Samuel B. Redfearn and
Miss Rosa Keller were united in
marriage Frhrua'y 28, at the resi
dence of Mr. James C. liar veil, one
mile north of Bolivar, Rev. Y . S.
Cochrane officiating. The contract
ing parties are popular and have
many friends. The Bulletin ex
Land re th's, Ferry's and
other kinds Garden Seeds
Mr G. W. Spurlin, of the 18th
district, came in to see us Monday
and told of a wonderful freak re
cently horn in his neighborhood
a calf with five ears. Three of the
ears are on the back of the head,
t vo in the usual place. The calf is
about two weeks old. well develop
ed and the ears are all of the same
size. The freak is the properly of
Mi.s Mollie Rodgers.
Clover and Grass Seeds at
W. J. Cox's.
Mr. R. A. Hur.-t, of Grand
Junction, was in town Wednesday.
He informs us that the citizens of
his town will hold an election to
day or to-morrow 'to vote upon the
proposition of abolishing their
present charter and reincorporating
under the Acts of 1890, the object
of w hich is to get rid of saloons.
Mr. Hurst is of the opinion that the
proposition will carry.
Go to Hudson's for School
Books, School Supplies, Toi
let Articles, etc. He sells
Mr. M. Gabriel left Monday
evening for market to buy his epiing
slock. He has rented the building
on the corner, South side of the
Square, recently vacated by Brew
er, Macon & Co., the interior of
which is now being repaired. Mr.
Gabriel expects to return and be
ready for business in about two
weeks, with a complete line of dry
goods, notions, clothing, shoes,
Look out for W. J. Cox's
Best Ready Mixed Paint. It
will arrive next week.
At the March terra of County
Court, tl e following business was
transacted: J. D. Sasser was ap
pointed guardian for minor heirs of
C M. Wilson, dee'd; M. Y. Dorris
was appointed administrator de bo
nis hod of estate of Mrs. Leltie
Cearley; T. A. Roberts qualified as
guardian of II. J. Phillips; S. S.
Lashley was appointed guardian for
heirs of Solomon E. Cooper; S. F.
Nuckolls, W. A Gil.son and C. M.
Maroney appointed commissioners
to set apart a year's support for Mrs.
W. L Cearley.
Second Crop E;irly Tri
umph, Early Ohio and Early
Rofe Seed Potatoes at YV. J.
Redd & Son's.
The body of Howard Rogers,
a fireman on the Illinois Central,
who accidentally fell from his en
gine and was drowned in Ilatehie
River on die night of February 23,
was found Thurt-day evening of last
Road Commissioner that contracts week about 100 yards below the
for all of the road districts have railroad bridge, by- two negroes,!
been let. Sam Moore and Jim Cheshier
Thursday of last week by Mr. and j J. A. Wilson, Sr Whiteville.
Mrs H. B. Duryea. The day was j Dr. T. E. Moore Bolivar.
most pleasantly spent Mr. W. A. Mrs. West Harris .Palestiue, Ark.
. . Silers.
. II lckorj Valley.
1. How to Plant and Cultivate Corn and
Peas Jno. R. Black, S. M. Gladnev, Tom Clift.
2. Cattle and Dairv Business T. A. MVCInrtv. &
$ J. M. Aldrich. S
3. Grafting and Fruit Culture J. M. Morris,
W. R. Rohinson, J. L. Hill house. w
L Is it Profitable to Raise Cotton to the Exclu-
Mr. M. A. Lambert
R. R. Lambert . .
J. W. Pi. tie
Sweeton & Black.
Mrs. M. J. Farlev
S. B. Powell..
W. P. Hillhouse Toone.
J. E. Fins Silers.
J. S. Scolt lirvautsburg.
J. T. Parks New Caslle.
J. L. Murley Silers.
Mtt-s Lizzie Mitchell .... Arlington.
A Merited Promotion.
weather of the season.
Mr. XV. II. Robinson and fam
ily left Wednesday morning for
Oklahoma City, O. T., where they
expect to reside in the future.
Messrs. E. II. Reaves, R. T.
Whittenton, G. F. Irby, R C. Wil
kinson, Rosa in on Howse and Hugh
Crawford visited Whiteville Sunday.
Landreth's, Ferry's and
Craig's Garden Seeds at W.
We understand from the Chair
mau of the County Court and the
The friends of William S. Neel
will be pleased to learn thai be i
now a second lieutenant in TJnelt
Sam's regular army.
Lieutenant Neely is a son of Mrs.
Adelaide Neely, of Ursula, Sebas
tian count). In February, 1899, he
enlisted at St Louis as a private in
the Sixih artillery and was sent to
St. Augustine, Fia. lie was soon
made sergeant aud went with the
regiment to Honolulu From there
he was ordered lo Manila, where he
Iihs been on guard duty for the wall
ed city, Manila. Last June he was
examined for promotion and came
oui se'-ond in a clas of thirteen who
passed, ami only three per cent be
lov a Harvard graduate. The com
rades of his old battery presented
him with a sword and other accoutre
ments. II is commanding officer.
Captain Todd, gave "excellent" on
Lieutenant Neely was assigued to
the Twenty-second "nfantry, now at
the front in the Philippines. His
headquarters, when last heard from,
were at San Antonio, Neuva Ecija
The above is copied from au Ar
kansas paper of recent date. Lieu
tenaut Neely was born in this coun
ty, near Whiteville, and is a son of
the late Dr. XV. S. Neely. He left
here when quite young and moved,
w ith his mother, to Arkansas. The
friends of his youth will learn with
pleasure of the record he is making
in the service of his country.
of all other crops and buy Supplies from
g Abroad? H. B. Wright, R.A. Boyd, G. M. Dorris. jj
5. Public Schools and their Importance. R. L.
$ Whitley, Prof. II. S. Taylor. $
Dead Letter List.
rncl.iiiucd letters in the Itulivar (Hardeiuan
County) Tost Office March 1, 1901. Ask lor adver
tised letters and mention date o! list.
JOHN EEUD, P. 31.
J. P. Clark.
T. I). C liar.
Ed C. Cullen.
M. 1. . llins.
I. U. Crl ns.
H. t'. Dorse y.
Hit h tiram.
Joiin Hnry. (2)
H. L. Hurt.
Hobt. II. Jones,
(feorg- K. nii"n.
J. O. Mc Hat-lies.
J. O. Moore.
E klie M'4re.
pt. X. J. MeClure.
John M rris.
T. V. Thatcher.
ii. Y. X. K. Weever.
J. r. Walker.
Mrs. J;ne Car as.
Mrs. tiler Cro-'iuey.
Mm. Panni Fish.
Mrs. T. P. Tha. her.
Mrs. M. A. Wt Hons.
Mis An ie How. rs.
Miss ltvssie Cheshire.
Miss Mary Crocket.
Miss Winnie liliard.
Mis Irial-tt Jamison.
Miss Roie lie Price.
Miss Minerva Sartn.
Mips Eiuma W illiams.
A full purse ia the best pocket
The dull man bores you and the
sharp one skins you.
A riiatchless story is a novel that
ends without a wedding.
About the only force some peo
ple have is the force of hahit.
It is far better to have large feet
than a small understanding.
Knife wounds heal quicker than
those caused by a sharp tongue.
The house of a tidy woman and a
notion to adjourn are always in or
der. Many a man loses what little ener
gy he has while waiting for a rich
relation to die.
Said a urettv oirl to a vouno man
inelulio had lust. WixUfd lior ! liLo
body was brought to Bolivar and ! your impudence."
I C I J.. I T !.!.. I TJ 1. ; r- .1.1 1?1
ni.i RpIIa Inavlnelc -r0 0,1 ,!"" 1 -cjr iioius u it-1 r HHuiuiisuits iricuusuip, use an
.i r it i o dertakina establishment, and ship-1 umbrella, is apt to turn wrong side
i . , , - ,.. ... ped to ihe borne of deceased. Water
byterian Church in hiteville L
o I : I 1 1 , ,
were noerasiy rewarueu.
A beautiful line of Wall
B. Foote and Miss Jen-
tin extends congratulations.
The horse traders were here
last Monday in full force. For the
auspicious (the better word to use
would be audacious) occasion the
police force was increased. The
Valley, Miss., for interment.
who recovered the
J out when exposed to a violent storm.
When you see a girl wiih onl
one glove on it's a sure sign that
When a man offers you something
. . .for nothinp- it will nav vnn Irt walk
received -for' i -t l f. fat.,i,a, n;i.t
beauty and low prices it can t route.
be beat. W. J. Cox. !
Nelson Trailer, a faithful old
Cascade and Paducah Club,
I ten nf the londincr hrandi mannfi.
crowd was unusually orderly, how- darkey, aged about 75 years, died a tured. For sale by R.M.Redfkarn,
ever, not an arrest was made. few days ago in the westeru part of Coatee Block, Bolivar, Tenn.
2 will feel interested in the Institute and
We desire that eveiy farmer in Harden) in County
By Mail One Year, $5; 6 Months, $2.60; 3 3
Months, $1.50; 1 Month, 50 Gents
j meeting and take an active part in the discussions.
G. A. Black, W. A. Cauutiifks,
From the Philippines. ered huts of the natives, surrounded
by many beautiful flowers which he
Following are extracts from a lttr written to a catlllOt keep from growill. The
Bolivar friend hv John T. Patrick, Company A., I . "
l-th infantry, Daxui.an, Philippine islands.: j huts and everything they contain
I often find myself trying to think i are made of bamboo. The native
what my friends are doing at homej U!tS greatest contempt for any
and sometimes almowt tret home-1 lb'".? which is not made of it. The
sick mxsilf I saw some American
papers at Celon, the only ones I
Siiw from ihe tim' I left the States
lili I arrived in Manila The words
of England's greatest pott, "Roll
on, thou deep dark ocean, roll," ap
peal very strongly to vour sentiment
when you are steaming by islands
where the domes and minarets of
mo-quei peep over the palms lh y
m1o appeal to you even stronger
vv lit ii the w aves are rolling deck
hijih for thousands of miles that is
if you are not seasick. But to a
person who is seasick they are woe
fully lacking in sentiment. I wa
certainly seasick the first three dac
I w as out,' but afler that 1 was all
right even when the waves were
rolling over the upper deck. We
arrived in Manila on the third day
of January and to my sorrow only
staid there thirty-six hours. We
came out to Dagtipan on the Dagu
pan & Manila Railroad. Most of
the country is flat but there are
many mountains which rise abrupt
ly. The flat country is devoted to
the cultivation of rice. The natives
live on rice and fish. When the
titles ebb they leave lots of fish on
the shore, especially, shrimp and
lobsters. The disagreeable part of
this is that the odor of decaying
fish is everywhere and any one with
even indifferent olfactory orgaus
will not take a native hut for a per
fume factory. And their costumes !
Well they will neither permit nor
merit au elaborate description. I
wish I could tell you how beautiful
this country is. Can you imagine
an avenue cut through palms from a
hundred feet high down and all of
the greatest beauty and everywhere
elephant's ear, all kinds of ferns, ba-
natives are great lo fight chickens
and they have some very "game"
games. On Sunday, from 3 till 9
a. tn., they go to church and the
rest of the time is spent at ihe cock
fights which take place in a quad
rilateral theatre (bamboo of course).
The bird have spurs as sharp as ra
zors upon them and they tight until
one or both is killed, for seldom
does one show the "white feather."'
You may imagine it took my bre.th
away to see hundreds of dollars in
the bunds of the booker which b id
been slaked on a single game, and
most of it by half-naked savages.
I h.id my Xmas to myself spent
it on the Indian Ocean and went in
to the new year and new century on
the China Sea.
The lVtb has executed many late
ly. They hung two on the sight
where the tent I slept in was pitch
ed the first two nights I was here,
just a day or two before we arrived
They were Ucn. Padro ami his son-in-law.
Jackson, March, 2 Rev. M. A.
Matthews, who for three yearg has
agitated the question of a public li
brary for Jackson, informed the
Banner correspondent today that
all preliminary arrangements had
been satisfactorily arranged, and
that Mr. Carnegie had expressed
his approval and would immediate
ly donate $30,000 for the erection
of a library building, which, under
the terms of the contract, will be
supplied with books by direct ta xa
tiou in a sum of not less than 3,000
At the meeting of the Board of
Mayor and Aldermen Tuesday next
nana rilants. brilliant enlnrpd flow. a committee ot three to select and
, . - , c .1 i i . . i i purchase a lot and a Building Com
ers and birds of the brightest plum-1 1 ... , ... , . vy""
, . , , , , mittee of seven will be appointed to
age? Lack of the road a few feet! pn8h the work whicJj it is expect.
one can see the bamboo, thatch cov- ed, will be completed by Sept. 1.
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