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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
REGISTER.
I am candidate for Rrgisterjof Hardeman
Coui.tr, subject to tbe action of the Ifemocratlc
party. MAURICE WILSON.
I LOCAL and PERSONAL.
Fresh Drugs at Cox's.
Mr. R. E Durrett is in Chi
cago.
Fruit Jars and Rubbers at
Cox's.
The quarantine against White
ville has been raised.
Try a "Bolivar Glace," at
Cox's.
The first frost of the season
fell yesterday morning.
A few Hammocks left at
Cox's for about cost.
Mrs. Jerome II ill, of Memphis,
came Thursday evening.
Genuine Southern raised
Rye at TV. J. Cox's.
The recent rainfalls have
amounted to 4.G3 inches.
Buy your School Supplies
at Cox's Drug Store.
lion. J. W. Jones, of Hickory
Valley, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. L. S. HazelgroVe left Tues
day to re-enter school at Henderson.
Mrs. Tate Young and child, from
Corinth, are visiting at Dr. R. W.
Tate's.
Mr. W. A. Gilchrist, of Mid
dleton, was in town on business
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore re
turned Monday evening from a visit
to Cori.ith.
Mrs. C. M. Wellons, who has
been quite sick for two weeks, is
able to be up.
All of the popular cold
drinks served at Cox's Soda
Fountain.
Mr. Leon Mashburn left Mon
day for Knoxville, to enter the Uni
versity of Tennessee.
Mason Fruit Jars, also
Rubbers and Tops, at Cox's
Drug Store.
George Ingram, Jr., left Mon
day for Knoxville to enter the Uni
versity of Tennessee.
Mr. D. M. McAnulty and Mrs.
May Prewitt, of Hickory Valley,
were in the city Friday.
Miss Pearle Savage, who has
been visiting in New Orleans, is
expected to return Friday.
Owing to the absence of the
Rector, there will be no service in
the Episcopal Church next Sunday.
The Methodist people are pre
paring for a revival meeting, com
mencing the first Sunday in Octo
ber. Gov. McMilliu has appointed
C. A. Miller, William Matthews,
and Julius "Watson commissioners
of registration for Hardeman coun
ty. Dr. S. Dickson will visit Mid
dletou Tuesday and Wednesday,
September 24th and 25th, and in
vites all who need dental work to
meet him.
M . W. M. Ragan, one of the
best citizens in the 13th district,
fell from a load of fodder a few
days ago, breaking his left arm and
three ribs.
Mrs. W. B. Sammons and little
daughter left Tuesday morning to
be absent about six weeks. They
will visit Shawnee, Okla., and Sa i
Antonio, Tex.
Dr. C. M. Stewart, Superin
tendent of the Shelby County Poor
and Insane Asylum, was a guest of
his brother-in-law, Dr. J. P. Dou
glas, this week.
Ice Cream Soda, Milk
Shake, Coco-Cola, Pepsol
and Crushed Fruit Ices all
at 5 cents each at Cox's New
Soda Fountain.
Mr. R. N. Jackson, of Benoit,
Miss., of the firm of Payne & Jack
son, merchants and liverymen, is
isiting his father, Capt. J. C.
Jackson, of the 18th district.
WANTED An active man to
sell Singer Sewiug Machines and
collect, accounts. Experience not
necessary. Must furnish horse and
harness, and give honesty bond for
$500. Address The Singer M'f'o
Co., Jackson, Tenn. 4t4
Drink ?eP801 at Cox s
Chancery Court, Judge Haw
kins presiding, convened Monday
and adjourned Tuesday, A special
session of this court will be held on
the 8th day of January, 1902.
As an external liniment of most
wonderful penetiative and curative
power, Ballard's Snow Liniment is
njt equaled by any other in the
world. Price, 25c and 50c. Sold
by W. J. Cox.
The pastor announces that there
will be no preaching at Pleasant
Grove the fourth Sunday on account
of all-day meeting on the fifth Sun
day. Everybody come and bring
dinner Sept 29.
White's Cream Vermifuge is per
fectly harmless, and ill remove
every worm. It is also a tonic, and
by its strengthening properties will
restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue
of health. Price, 25c. W . J. Cox
Miss Maggie Black has return
ed, after an absence of several
weeks. She combined pleasure
with business, visiting the Pan
American Exposition and Niagara
Falls, also the eastern markets.
The most delicate constitution can
safely use Ballard's Ilorehound Syr
up. It is a sure and pleasant remedy
for coughs, loss of voice, and all
throat and lung' troubles. Price.
25c and 50c. W. J. Cox.
The trustee's sale of A. T. Mo-
Neal's household and kitchen furni
ture last Monday was attended by
quite a number of people, including
many ladies.,. The ladies are spirit
ed bidders, sometimes raising their
own bids.
You may bridle the appetite, but
you cannot bribe the liver to do its
work well, xou must be honest
with it, help it along a little now
and then with a dose of Herbine,
the best liver regulator. Price, 50c.
W. J. Cox, druggist.
Mr. Hugh Crawford, who has
a position as lineman with tlu Cum
berland Telephone Company, and
who for the past six weeks has been
engaged in construction work be
tween Humboldt and Jackson, spent
Sunday at home.
When you want a pleasaut physic
try the new remedy, Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
are easy to take and pleasant in ef
fect. Price, 25 cts. Samples free
at W. J. Cox's, Bolivar, and J. W.
Nuckolls', Toone.
Mr. J. M. Pierce and Miss
Agnes E. Bryant were quietly and
lappily married Thursday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, at the home of the
bride's father, Mr. Joe Bryant, of
the 9th district, in the presence of
a few relatives and friends, Esquire
L. S. llazelgrove officiating.
Have you a sense of fulness in the
region of your stomach after eating?
If so you will be benefited by using
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They also cure belching
and sour stomach. 1 hey regulate
the bowels, too. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by W. J. Cox, Bolivar; J.
W. Nuckolls, Toone.
-Dr. Robert Wood Tate, Pres
ident of the Hardeman County
Board of Health, furnishes us with
the following information concern
ing the smallpox in this county:
Total number of cases from April
1st, to date, 04 white 5, colored
59; number of deaths, 2; number of
cases on hand, 15.
Hon. A. J. Coates, an ex-state
senator and one of Bolivar's leading
legal lights, was in the city recent
ly. Mr. Coates is an interesting and
pleasing character. Sincere in his
convictions and possessing a keen
wit, he says what he thiuks always,
because "he has a right to and is
not afraid." Jackson Sun.
The Progress Telephone Com
pany has recently had its lines and
connections repaired and put in first
class condition. Upon the main
streets and over the crossings higher
poles are being placed. The man
agemeut of the company will spare
no expense to give the best of ser
vice.
Miss Julia Bills left Tuesday
for Wilmington, N. C, near which
place she expects to teach for the
coming year. Miss Julia is an ac
complished and cultured lady, not
without experience in teaching, and
possesses the happy faculty of en
dearing herself not alone to her pu
pils, but to the patrons as well. Our
North Carolina friends are fortu
nate in securing her services.
Mr. Jacob Kahn and daughter,
Miss Marie, returned Sunday even
ing from a visit of several weeks to
New York and eastern watering
places. "Mr. Kahn was in New York
when the news of the shooting of
the President was received. He
says the excitement was intense and
that acre after acre of people sur-
J rounded the newspaper offices, re-
mainingup all mght to read the
bulletins tnat were posted every tew
minutes.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
. Ofhck of D. II. HARDY, Sec'y of S'ate,
Austin, Texas, Nov. 21, 1900. j
I have found Dr. Moffett's Teeth
ina a splendid remedy and aid for
my teething childieu. When my
oldest boy was a teething child ev
ery succeeding day warned us that
we would inevitably lose him. I
happened upon Teethina and began
at once administering it to him, and
his improvement was marked in 24
hours, and from that day on he re
cuperated. I have constantly kept
it and used it since with my children
and have taken great pleasure in
sounding its praise to all mothers of
young children. I found it valuable
even after the teething period was
passed. Mrs. D.H.Hardy.
Chancery Court Proceedings.
C. T. Majors vs. Geo. W. Bree-
den et als., heard and held under
advisement; briefs to be filed and
cause to be decided at special term.
L. B. Murdaugh vs. J. N. Hill-
house and J. W. Thompson; taken
under advisement.
Harry McDonald vs. James A.
Prewitt et als.; decree dismissing
bill.
John R. Jenkins vs. Jasper Shel-
ton et als., complainants allowed to
file deed of Fish to Fish; heard and
taken under advisement.
R. II. Futrell vs. Rich'd Neely
Futrell et als., report of sale set
aside; order of sale modified and
renewed.
Katie Tate vs. A. S.Tate; divorce
granted, custody of children award
ed to complainant, with proviso
that defendant may visit them on
proper occasions. The receiver will
pay costs out of fundi and balance
decreed to petitioner as alimony.
Exa M. Milstead et als. vs. M. A.
Prince et als ; heard on demurrer
and disallowed except third clause.
J. II. Wellons et als. vs. Charley
Wellons et als.; heard on demurrer,
overruled; defendant allowed 30
days to answer, order setting aside
granting time to answer, complain
ant dismisses bill as to 135 acre tract
of land, order pro confesso.
John A. Cox vs. Martha Brint et
als.; A. J. Coates appointed guard
ian ad libitum and allowed 30 days
to answer, time not to delay.
A. D. Lamberth et als. vs. Wm.
McKinnie; heird on demurrer; bill
dismissed as to damages; separate
bills allowed to be filed and 30 days
allowed in which to file same.
J. C. Jaekson vs. Wm. II. Wig
gins; C. A. Miller apj ointed guard
ian ad libitum, order pro confesso,
decree for sale.
A Rainbow Tea.
One of the most enjoyable and
unique affairs of the season was the
rainbow tea given by Miss Mary
Ingram Thursday evening, in honor
of her guests Miss Lizzie Havenkot
and Miss Katharine Hubbard.
The large parlor, hall and dining
room were decorated to represent
the different colors of the rainbow.
After a very sumptuous supper of
seven courses, representing each
color of the rainbow, had been
served, the guests repaired to the
parlor, where each youug lady had
on an unhemmed apron and the
young gentlemen were to hem them
and the one putting on the neatest
hem was to win the prize. Mr. Au
brey Kahn being the lucky one, won
the first prize, a gentleman's solid
gold .scarf pin set in pearls. Mr.
John Coates carried off the booby
prize.
Those present were Misses Julia
Bills, Bessie Wood Tate, Lizzie
ilavenkotte, Katharine Hubbard,
Mattie Cochrane, Blanche Wood,
Lizzie Lea Miller. Messrs. Mell
Wood, Morgan Hardaway, John
Coates, Frank Neely, .Knox Tate,
Aubrey Kahn, Joy Hardaway.
S. O. Ciety.
JhamDeriain s uougn itemeay a
Great Favorite.
The soothing and healing proper
ties of this remedy, its pleas in t taste
and prompt and permanent cures
have made it a great favorite with
people everywhere. It is especially
prized by mothers of small children
for colds, croup and whooping cough
as it always affords quick relief and
as it contains no opium or other
harmful drugs, it may be given as
conhdently to a baby as to an adult
For sale by W. J. Cox, Bolivar;
J. W. Nuckolls, looue.
For Sale Cheap.
A second hand Superior
Wheat Drill. Good as new.
'A bargain.
1 Sweetox & Black.
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j MEMORIAL SERVICES.
The People Of BollVar Pay
Tribute to the Dead
PrPSldent
. .
Yesterday morning at 11
o'clock the people of Bolivar,
and many from the country
assembled at the Methodist pain. Withal, she was an affec-
church where union memorial donate and devoted wife and moth
. , j er. She was a member of the Cum-
services were held to pay re-lDerland Presbyterian Church, and a
SDect to the memory of Pres -
i,lof Willi, AToTTinl
v,u.c, . , with the Savior She leaves an af
The crowd was the largest fectionate husband, a loving son, an
ever assembled in the Metho-; ?ed moth.er' lwo. fond, siste?8 .and
dist church.
Just before the. hour of
services, every bell in th
town was tolled, the business
houses closed and the schools
turned out. At the postoffice
and several stores emblems
of mourning were ..displayed,
and some Hags Hying at half
mast.
At the church the pulpit
was fittingly arrayed. High
above the center a large pic
ture of the martyred Pieei
dent was suspended, sur
rounded, by Hags and draped
with crepe.
One of the features of the
service was the music by the
choir, composed of the best
voices of the churches ot the
town. The selections were
appropriate and beautifully
rendered, including Mr. Mc
Kinley's favorite "Nearer,
My God, to Thee."
The ceremonies were open
ed br Rev. J. M. Scott, the
pastor, who presided. In well
chosen remarks he stated the
object ol the meeting.
The following programme
was carried out :
Song "Lead, Kindly Light."
Lesson Rev. C. S. Ware.
Prayer Rev. W. S. Cochrane.
Song. ..'-Nearer My God to Thee."
"Resolutions of Citizens ....
...Offered by J. R. Reaves.
Violin Solo .MissWren Pearson.
Messrs. A. J. Coates, J.
A. Foster and C. A. Miller
delivered addresses, praising
the christian character, )ure
life, patriotism and states
manship of the dead; con
demning his assailant and the
murderous society of anar
chists to which he belongs.
After the addresses, the
choir rendered, "My Country
'Tis of Thee."
The benediction was pro
nounced by Rev. C. S. Ware.
Following are the resolu
tions offered and unanimous
ly adopted:
"The citizens of Bolivar,
Tennessee, hereby express
their profound sorrow at the
death of President William
McK'mley, and declare their
detestation and condemna
tion of the guilty hand that
has brought this calamity up
on our country and this un
timely death upon an able
officer of state, a good citi
zen and a lovable and chris
tian character and gentleman.
"With this expression of
our sympathy for his bereav
ed wife, we commend for her
comfort his dying words, "It
is God's way, His will be
done."
For Rent
OR LEASE
Farm, three miles north of!
Bolivar, containing dOU acres,
LxO acres in cultivation. A
nice 6-rootn dwelling, out
houses, barns, fences, etc.,
all in good repair. A very
desirable place. Will rent for
one, two or three years. Pos
session can be given early.
"Will show anyone over the
place with pleasure.
Herbert S, Black,
Bolivar, Tenn.
v Obituary.
Died at her home, in Whiteville,
Tenn., June 6th, 1901, MaryE.
i Ti8l,ale wife of s' w' Ti9dale'
f The subject of this notice was
j born in Giles county, Tenu., Nov.
5lh, 1853. Her parents were Rev.
Samuel Baker and Mrs. C. A. Baker.
She was the mother of three cbil-
dren two o( whom had preceeded
ner 10 me oiner worm, v or years
Bhe had been a sufferer from bodily
1 devout Christian. She exhibited
-abundant evidence of her acceptance
inree Dromers, wun oiner relatives
and friends to mourn their loss, and
rejoice in her gain. All of whom
we would remind that their loss is
her real gain. May the Lord guide
them so they, too, may enter the
Beautiful Pearly Gate, which is
open wide to one and all.
One who Loved Her.
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the merits of the " Sole of Honor
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