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THE BiLIV AR BULLETIN
BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, ltfoi.
Mr. Archie Brown and Miss Al
raeda Howell were united in mar
riage at the home of the bride,
three miles west of Teague, on
Wednesday the '3rd inst., Esq. J.
E. Comer officiating in his usual
happy manner. The genial and po
lite J. J. Anderson acted -as usher.
Soon after the ceremony the bridal
party with their invited guests re
paired to the home of the groom
where a grand reception and splen
did dinner awaited them. The fes
tivities were beautiful and . the oc
casion afforded much pleasure to all
who were so fortunate as to be pres
ent. The groom is an industrious
and thrifty young farmer. His
bride is the beautiful daughter of
J; R. Howell, adorned with those
peculiar womanly graces of modes
ty, gentleness of spirit, that erai
nentlv fit Ler to preside over the
C. E. Robinson and family, of
Cloverport, spent Sunday with rela
Master Presley Sweeton is visit
ing bis father at Middleburg.
Mr. Smith Easley, of Chester
County, paid a short visit to friends
near here recently.
Elder Hill, of Jackson, delivered
an excellent sermon here last Sun
day. Berry Pratt and wife, of near
Deanburg, Tenn., attended church
Miss Jane Casou, of Montezuma,
visited Miss Kate Thompson recent-
'1 lie many friends of S. C. Cvt
tongim and family, who recently
moved from here to Oklahoma, will
be pleased to learn that they are de
lighted with their western home.
April 8, 1901. Birdie.
From present appearances, a large
crop will be raised in this neigh bor
hood. Wheat, oats and clover are
to be seen on all sides, and the indi
cation of the hog and hominy crop
is above 100. The early corn hav
ing been planted in well prepared
land, the pea acreage will be large,
and we have plenty of Poland
China, Berkshire and grade pigs to
convert this into toothsome and
substantial living. Cotton planting
is now in order.
Mr. W. P. Nuckolls is contem
plating extensive improvements in
his ginnery. He says Bince he is jn
"an up-to date neighborhood his plant
shall be second to none.- We re
gret to state that Mr. Nuckolls' ex
periment of raising poultry on the
shares with the colored brother was
not satisfactory to him.
Our friend, Bob Harris, has ap
plied for a patent on au improved
'frail" or whip. In handling and
breaking young stock, Mr. Harris
is an expert, and his frail" will be
hailed with delight by the profes
sion. Mr. F. S. Lather caught nine
teen speckled perch the other day,
weighing eight and one-half pounds.
He can tell you how it was done.
Miss Mary Franklin attended
service at our school house the first
Mrs. Mary Nuckolls and Miss
Laura visited relatives and friends
in No. 15 the past week.
Mr. Sam Avent's little daughter
has a slight attack of malaria.
Captain "Pete" Mashburn has
refitted his canteen with a new stop
per and is saving the cold biscuits, j
lie will attend the reunion and '.
wants things to be natural,
not know what sleeping
ments he will make.
Mrs. Ashenback, Dr. Cartwright
inform3 us, is recovering from a
painful accident, met with a few
A union Sunday School was or
ganized here last Sunday with 60 or
75 members. - Mr. W. 1. Nuckolls
was elected Superintendent, S. B.
Baker Assistant Superintendent, J.
R. Black Secretary and Treasurer,
Knox Nuckolls Librarian. Brother
J. V. Curlin lent us invaluable as
sistance, for which the Sunday
School returns thanks. , He was ac
companied by his daughter, Miss
Eva, and the Misses Savage. Come
The House passed the Bashaw
dog law Monday afteruoon by a vote
of 31 ayes to 3G noes one more
than a constitutional majority. The
Banner says the bill will probably
be accepted by the Seuate as the
best thing obtainable, although
m2,,v Senators do not consider it so
effective as the Tillman bill, which
passed the Seuate March 28th. The
bill as drawn by Mr. Bashaw and
passed Monday is as follows:
"An Act to protect persons ami
property from injury by dogs
going at large.
"Section 'l. De it enacted by the
General Assembly of the State of
Tennessee, That it shall be unlaw
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belonging to him or under hi con
trol, or that may be habitually
found on premises occupied by him,
or immediately under his control,
to go upon the premises of another,
or upon a' highway or upon a public
ful tor n.iiv ltersnii to a low :i !'
road or street; providing, however,
that (his act shall not apply to a
dog on a hunt or chase or ou'the
way to or from a hunt or chase; nor
to a dog guarding or driving stock,
or on the way for that purpose; nor
to a dog being moved from oue
place to another by a person owning
or controlling the dog; nor to a dog
upon which m its owner shall have
paid to the County Trustee or
Treasurer ojae dollar and taken a re
ceipt therefor, specifically describ
ing the dog upon which payment is
made, so as to distinguish it from
other dogs, payment to be made and
the receipt taken before the date of
offense, and within one year there
of, but the foregoing exemptions
shall not apply unless all damage
done by dogs therein exempted to
the person or property of another
shall be paid or tendered to the per
son so damaged, or to his agent, j
within thirty days after the damage;
is done. r
"Sec. 2. Beit further enacted,'
That the County Trustee or Treas-
. iaiVrpSriwdl selected line of Hardware and Agricultural Im-
ceipt describing each dog upon
which payment is made, showing
the date of payment, the book to be
paid for out of the receipts arising
from this act, and be shall have out
of said fund 5 cents for each entry,
this fund to be applied to the com
mon school fund. .
"Sec. 3. lie it further enacted,
That any person violating tbe fore
going section shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
he shall be lined not less than -2.00
nor more than 50. 00.
"Sec. 4. Be it further enacted,
That this act shall take'effect thirty
days after its passage, the public
welfare requiring it."
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Afcgetable Preparationfor As
similating. tte Food andKegula
ling the Stomachs andBowels of
. Mx. Senna
tioehelU &Jtf -jlruxrSerd.
A perfect Remedy forConslipa
lion. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. -
FacSur.ilc Signature or
EXACT COPY OF VRAPPER.
(i. T. INJKAM, President.
W. DORION. Casliier. -JOHN
L. MITCHELL, Asis't Cashier. J
Directors G. T. Ingram, D.
W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage,
"Transacts a General Banking Business.
" Collections Made and Prompt Returns.
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We have just received
i plements, which we offer
We handle the well known Chattanooga Plows and
Deering Mowing Machines; also carry a large line
of Cooking and Heating Stoves and -a splendid as
sortment of the celebrated "Keen Kutter Kutlery
in fact we keep in stock everything connected with
the Hardware business, and will take pleasure in
serving the public, whose patronage we solicit.
Also agents for Oliver Chilled Plows. hh
W. H. REYNOLDS & CO.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THC CtNTHUK COMHNV. NCW OM CITY.
E. Durrctt, Jno. W. Nuckolls,
W. C. Dorion, Jno. P.
Money to Loan on Reasonable Terms.
and opened a large and
to the public at low prices.