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The Bolivar Bulletin
Welierpbv announce HON. A. O. HAWKINS
as a candidate for re-cW lion to the ottici of Chan
cellor for the division comprising the counties of
HentoD. (Carroll, Chester, Crockett, Decatur, Har
dei an, Hardin, Hcndi'ison Henry, Madison, Mc
Nairy, I'orry. Subject 10 the action of the IHjiiio
I am a candidate for R-eit-r of Harden n
uliject to the acti
ion of the IiiK-trutir I
We are authorizft'J to announce It. W. SAM. Kit
a a c:indiIate for Jii-gister of JIardciuan county,
subject to the action of the Democratic-party.
We are authorized to announce J. W. JACOBS
as a candidate for IJesds'er of Hardciuan County,
subject to the action uf the Democratic party.
We are authored to announc" H. F. BI'EED
ES as a candidate for Register of Hardeuiau Coun
ty, subject to t:ie action of the JJeiuocratic party.
We are authorized to announce M. L. fc-JJ Is as
a candidate for KetriMer of Hardeman County, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce W. 1!. SAM
MOXSasa candidate for Register of Hardeman
County, subject to the action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce J. II. DOYLE
as a candidate for Sheriff of Hardeman County,
subject to the action of the Democratic pirty.
We are authorized to announce S. T. SMITH
as a candidate for Sheriff of Hardeman County,
subject to the action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce W.P.HUDSOX
as a candidate for Sheriff of Hardeman county,
subject to the action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce T. F. III5HOP
as a candidate for Trustee of Hardeman county,
subject to th? action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce R. N. MITCH
ELL as a candidate for reelection to the office of
Trustee of Hardeman Couuty, subject to the action
of the Democratic party.
COUNTY COt: RT CLERK.
We are authorized toannounce JULIUS CRAW
FORD as a candidate for reelection to the otftce of
County Court Clerk of Hardeman County, subject
to the action of the Democratic party.
I. C. 12 12 TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, Nov.
Xo. South. No. North.
25 6.20 p.m. 26 6.58 a.m
23 7.45 a.m. 24 9.08 p.m
93 local 10.10 a.m. SG local 3.00 p.m.
W. A. HOUSE, Agent
LOCAL and PERSONAL, jg
Circuit Court meets Tuesday.
Quarterly Court convenes next
Mr. John Coates visited Jackson
Miss Mary Smith visited Mem
Mr. T. M. Moore was in Mem
phis Monday on business.
Col. Jerome Hill returned from
Memphis Tuesday evening.
T. L. Amnions and wife spent
last Sunday with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Statler and Miss
Bessie are boarding at the Acton
Miss Irene Bond is visiting her
sister, Mrs. liobt. Morrow, of
Mr. 11. A. Hurst, of Grand
Junction, was in town yesterday
Dr. J. P. Douglas and wife
and son, John, spent, Christmas
week at Tupelo.
Mrs. C. II. Joyner, of Poca
hontas, is visiting her Sister, Miss
Neiss, at the Hospital.
The Bolivar Hotel has been
rented by Mrs. Whilenton. She
took charge on the 1st.
Miss Frank Luther, who is
attending school at Jasper, Ala.,
spent the holidays at home.
Mr. J. V. Curlin has been quite
sick for several days. We are glad
to learn that he is improving.
Mr. Bug Caruthers has been
quite ill for some time past, but we
are glad to learn he is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McKin
nie moved into their beautiful new
residence on Main street this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Amnions,
of Memphis, who were called here
to attend the bedside of his father,
Quarterly meeting services will
be held at the Methodist Church
Sunday by llev J. W. Blackard,
Mr. Fred Coates left Sunday
evening for Jackson, Miss., to join
a corps of civil engineers at work
ou the Illinois Central.
Mr. Knox Tate, Jr., attended
a reception and German given by
the Lyndhurst Club, of Jackson,
Friday evening of last week.
Mr. Will Riley and Miss Min
nie Medlock were united in mar
riage near Saulsbury on Dec. 29th,
Rev. A. I. Burcham officiating.
Coughs and colds come uninvited,
but you can quickly get rid of them
with a few doses of BALLARD'S
HOREIIOUND SYRUP. Price
25 and 50 cents. AtW. J. Cox &Co
Rev. M. A. Matthews has re
signed the pastorate of the First
Presbyterian church of Jackson, to
accept a call at Seattle, Washing
ton, lie will leave about Febru
. ary 1st.
Mr. Jim Hundley, of Vildo,
only raised one bale of cotton last
id a few nights ago
friend, but he bear it cheerfully
a'id proposes to "pick his flint" and
t'-y it again.
C. II. Jovner, of Pocahontas,
was in town Tuesday. Charley had
a rare dish for Christmas dinner
turtle stew. He recently caught a
turtle weighing over thirty pounds
froz;u in the ice.
Tabler's Buckeve Pile Ointment
J is the oiily remedy for blind, bleed
ing or protruding piles, indorsed by
physicians: curs the most obstinate
W. W. It. Elliottc, Jr., &Co ,
engaged in the mercantile business
at Saulsbnry for the past twenty
one years, made an assignment Dec
27th. C. M. Harlan is the assignee
Assets and liabilities each amount to
George Wood, colnd, broke
into Parker & Howell's store at
Whiteville Christinas eve a,nd stole
$25 worth of goods. The next
morning Constable Tom Smith ar
rested him, recovered the goods and
placed the negro in jail.
The worst after the effects of In
fluenza arise from deranged func
tion of the liver. Clear the blood
at once with IIERBINE, for it will
strengthen the liver to. withdraw
from circulation the biliary poisons.
Price 50 cents at W. J. Cox & Co.
The pupils of Miss Bessie Slat
ler presented the teachers of the
Public School with calendars as
Xrais presents. The designing and
accomplishing were original and
showed great artistic taste not only
in the conception but in the execu
tion as well.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's signature on each box. 25c.
Mr. T. D. Newbern will leave
next Wednesday for Iluntsvnie,
Ala., where he w;ll exhibit about
forty birds at the Worth Alabama
Poultry, Pigeon aad Pet Stock
Association. He will also carry sev
eral fine specimens of Belgian hares
for Messrs. Dickson & Kedd and
F. S. Luther.
Persons who lead lives of exposure
are subject to rheumatism, neu
ralgia and lumbago, will find a valu
able . remedy in BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT; it will banish
pains and subdue inflammation.
Price 25 and 50 cents at W. J. Cox
& Co. Druggists.
Mr. Alex Scott and Miss Mag
gie Vales were united in marriage
i the residence of Esquire T. F.
Dorris, in the 13th district, on Dec.
22, 1901. Esquire Dorris perform
ed the ceremony (his first) in a hap
py manner, with the
of an old-timer.
ease and grace
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No Cure,
No Pay. Price, 25 cents.
A meeting of the Democrats of
Bolivar will be held at the Court
house this (Friday) afternoon at 3
o'clock for the purpose of nominat
ing municipal candidates and School
Commissioners. All who are in
terested in the welfare of the town
6hould be present.
In pulmonary trouble, the direct
action of BALLARD'S HORE
IIOUND SYRUP upon the throat,
chest and lungs, immediately arrest
the malady, by relieving the dis
tress, cutting the phlegm and frea
ing the -vocal and breithing organs.
Price 25 and 50 cents at W. J. Cox
Mr. M. Shinault and Miss Liz
zie M. Walton were united in mar
riage at the home of the bride's
oarents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Smith, in the town of Whiteville,
on the 18th of Dec, at 4 oclock p.
ni., in the presence of a few friends
and relatives, Esq. L. b.IIazlegrove,
of the 9th district, officiating.
Many an innocent little darling is
suffering untold agony and cannot
explain its troubles, Mark your
child's symptoms, you may find it
troubled with worms; give it
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE
and restore it to quietness and
health. Price -25 cents. For sale
by W. J. Cox & Co.
Mr. Warner C. Smith and Miss
Mattie Belle Baker were united in
marriage Dec. 24th, at the residence
of the bride's father, Mr. J. V
Baker, in East Bolivar.llev. J. M
Scott officiating. The happy couple
left on the evening train for the
home of the groom, near Saulsbury,
followed by the best wishes of many
An eleetion was held in the 15th
civil district Friday, Dec. 27tL, for
Justice of the Peace, to fill the un
expired term of R. J. Pirtle, dee'd.
There were two candidates, J. II,
Black aud J.N. Pirtle. The friends
of each were active, aud considera
ble interest was manifested. Black
was elected, reeeiving 74 votes to
71 cast for Pirtle.
Prof. T. E. Murdaugh and Miss
Delia Cearley were married Thurs
day morning of last week m the
I Darlors of the Southern Hotel, Jack-
son. Rev. Dr. Savage, of the S. W.
loss falls heavily upon our
B. U., officiating.
is principal of the school at Augus
tas and is one of the rising young
men of our county. His bride is
one of the most popular young ladies
of the 15th district. The Bulletin
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.
Messrs. J. S. -and T. E.
Anderson, of Toone, were in town
yesterday. 1 he latter expects to
leave next week for Oklahoma on
a prospecting tour.
II. R. Perkins, of Deuver, Col.
who is visiting relatives at Grand
Junction, was in the city Thursday .
Mr. Perkins' mother was Miss
Neely Davis, a former resident of
Bolivar. This is his first visit to
The Christmas tree at Black'
Academy, near Bolivar, Thursday
uight of last week, was attended by
a large number. The handsomely
decorated tree contained presents
for all the chi'dren in the neighbor
hood. Music was furnished by the
Hospital band. Miss Frank Lulhei
gave an appropriate recitation, ac
quitting berselr with great credit
The happy occasion was highly en
joyed and will long be remembered-
Mr. M. L. Webb announces
this week as a candidate for Regis
ter, lie is a son of the late T. E
Vebb, was born and reared in Har
deman county, is a resident of the
17th district, and is well qualified
to discharge the duties of the office
to which he aspires. He submits
to the action of the de iiocratio par
ty, in whose interests he has ever
been active. He solicits and will
appreciate the support of the pub
Hatchechubbee, Ala., June 30
1895. Dr. C. J. Moffett Deat
Sir: I can assure you that your
TEETHINA (Teething Powders)
in indispenable to us. and in no
single instance has it ever proved a
failure. We have tried soothing
medicines, and everything known to
us and "old women," and your
Teething Powders are pre eminently
a success and blessing to mothers
Yours truly, etc.
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative LromoUuininc Tablets
the remedy that cures r cold f n one day
Among the Christmas visitors
to our city were the lollowing: Miss
SalliP 1-tither. Jasner. Ala.: l-teo.
Ingram, Jr., Knoxville; Rev. J. M.
Iluddleston, Paragould, Ark. ; J. R.
Lambert; Lamasco, 1 exas; Miss
Bensun. Jasper, Ala.; Prof. W. L.
Fish, Earle, Ark.; W. R. Spark
man, Mrs. Floyd Carter, James
Withers and family, Jackson; Mrs
II. O. True and daughter. Myrtle,
Harry Taylor, Albert Amnions and
wife, Memphis; J. P. Warren and
wife, Th3yer, Mo ; Miss Ivy Davis,
Pine Bluff, Ark.; Dr. and Mrs.
Frazier, Canton, Miss.
TheDemocratio Executive Com
mittee of Hardeman County , will
meet Tuesday to consider business
of importance to the party. The
following compose the committee:
S. B. Powell, Walter Gibson, W.
II. Crowder, D. J. Campbell, A. J.
Coates, R. C. Ussery, S. D. Jacobs,
S. A. Godsey, Maurice Wilson, Ja
cob Gibson, II. J. Brint, W. T.
Marsh, W. C. Pirtle, J. E. Comer,
J. S. Looney, J. C. Jaccson, C. H.
Joyner, Wm. Matthews. There aie
two vicanoies on the committee,
caused by the deaths of J. A. Man
son and W. D. Galloway.
-Under the proper
to-day's Bulletin appears
nonncement of W. B. Sammons,
candidate for Register of Harde
man Countv. Mr. Sammons has
filled the office of Sheriff for a frac
tion over three terms and has al
ways discharged his du ies faith
fully. lie was born and reared in
this county, is a democrat to the
core and submits to the action of
his party. He is qualified for the
place he seeks, is well known to the
voters of Hardeman County and
needs no introduction at our bands.
He resnectfullv solicits and will an -
preciate the support of the public,
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought
Mr. R. N. Mitchell announces
in this issue of the Bulletin as a
candidate for re-election to the of
fice of Trustee. The voters of Har
deman cou ity have selected many
good men to fill this responsible
position, but none have discharged
the important- duties of the office
more faithfully and satisfactorily
than has Mr. Mitchell. He is cour
teous and accommodating, makes
his settlements and remittances
piomptly, and always looks care
fully after the county's interests.
He submits to the action of tbe
democratic party, in whose behalf
he has done good eervice.' He re-
epectfully solicits and will appre
ciate the support of the voters.
We direct attention to the an
nouncement of Julius Craaford,
candidate for reelection to the office
of County Court Clerk. Mr. Craw-
ford has filled this important audjyoung Calves, at reasonable
responsiuie position ioi one terra
and a fraction over, being first
elected in January 1895, by the
County Court, to fill out the unex
pired term of W. W. Farley, de
ceased. He has discharged his du
ties faithfully; is careful, correct
and accommodating and is one of
the most popular officials Harde
man County has ever had. He sub
mits to the action of the Democrat
ic party, to which he has always be
longed, and in whose interests lie
has tendered valuable service. He
will appreciate the support of the
H We are requested to announce that a 5:
f meeting of the Democrats of Bolivar will be
z held in the Courthouse, Friday afternoon,
Jan. 3, 1902, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose 5
of nominating candidates for Mayor, Mar- rs
shal, Aldermen, and School Commissioners.
The entertainment aiven by the ,
pupils of tin Bolivar Public High ,
School on Friday night. Doc. 20lh,
consisting ol a farce entitled, Th
Sniggles Family," and a comedv,
'Out in the Streets," was enjoyed
by a largo audience. Thu audito
rium of the school building was
filled, notwithstanding the severe
cold. There is considerable talent
among the pupils, and all who took
part deserve credit, not excepting
the principal. The entertainment
was given at the Hospital last Fri
day night, and by special request
was repeated at the school building
Wednesday eveuin. The audience
at the last appearance was as large
as on tue first occasion, l ne pro
ceeds were for the benefit of the
school library, and a neat sum was
Esquire D. A. Ferguson died
at his home in Saulsbury Tuesday,
Dec. 31, 19ul, 111 the 77th year of
his age. Deceased was born in
Franklin County, Va., and came
with his father s family to 1 ennes-
see when eleven years of age, locat
ing in Hardeman County. His ear
ly life was passed on a farm. In
1857 he embarked in the mercantile
business at Saulsbury, where with
the exception of about six years he
continued until 1882. He was one
of the most successful merchants of
the county for many j-ears, and con-1
Hidered a man of best business oual-
ifications. In 1849 he was elected
magistrate and served about ten
years in that capacity. He accum
ulated considerable property and a
number of years ago retired from
business, lie was a man of great
force of character and was well and
favorably known. -He was a mem
ber of the Methodist Church. His
Mr R. C. Wilkinson and Miss
Dora S. Powell were iinited in mar
riage at the West End Christian
Church, in Atlanta, Ga., Sunday,
Dec. 29, 1901, at 8.30 p. ui., Rev.
A. G. Thomas officiating. After
the ceremoney the bridal couple left
for Corinth, Miss., the home of the
bride, where a reception was given.
Tuesday evening they arrived in
Bolivar, and were given a cordial
welcome and handsome reception at
the residence of the groom's parents,
attended by a'large number of their
friends. Th y were the recipients
of many presents, both from admir
ers at home and from a distance.
Mr. Wilkinson is a son of Mr.
P. F. Wilkinson, and is one of the
most popular young gentlemen of
Bolivar. His bride is a cbarmiug
and talented lady and has been a
favoiite in Atlanta's social circles.
The Bulletin, extends congratula
tions to the handsome couple aud
hopes that prosperity and happiucsB
will accompauy them.
Santa Claus made his annual
visit to the Western Hospital for
the insane on Christmas eve. The
patients were assembled in the
Amusement Hall, upon the stage of
which was erected a large tree of
hoily, beautifully decorated and
laden with presents. Every one of
the hundreds of unfortunates were
1 remembered, each receiving a pres
ent, consisting of a sack of fruit
ana coniecuoneries anu a nauuer
chief. Tbe gifts were taken from
the ti ee by the officials and delivered
to the patients by the attendants.
The officials, employes and their
families were not forgotten, many
of whom received handsome pres
ents. At the Annex on Christmas
night another tree was erected,
equalling in beauty the one at tbe
main building, which contained a
present for every one of the colored
insane. The coming of Santa Claus
at the Western Hospital is an occa
sion of great enjoyment to all with
in the walls of thi9 noble charity,
and to noue does it anord more
genuine pleasure than to Dr. Doug
las, the kind-hearted, efficient buper
intendent of the institution, who
delights to scatter sunshine through
the lives of his charges.
The Fentress Law Offices, corner
Main and Jackson Streets; also the
Taylor Carpenter Shop, between
"said Law Offices and the Bolivar
Hotel. For terms apply to
t.f. T. M. Moore, Agt.
Good Milch Cows, with
W. A. CAIiUTIIKUS,
Heads Should Never Ache.
Never eudure this trouble
at once the remedy that stopped it
for Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Win
nie, Va.,-she writes: "Dr. King's
New Life Pills wholly cured me of
sick headaches I had suffered from
for two years." Cure Headache,
Constipation, Biliousness. 25c at
W. J. Cox & Co., Druggists.
You Know What You Are Taking
When vou take Grove's Tasteless
(M.-.n TVmi... i,p,,nilA ih formula i
pi duly printed on every bottle show
ing that it is simply iron and quin
ine in a tasteless form. No Cure;
No Pay .50c.
Is only Sold in
Sacks lite this gnmiHAE
The Feed that
keeps Mules up
Sft(i feed Liils
Roll of Honor.
The following have paid their sub
scription to the Bulletin since our
Alex Black.... . ... Bolivar
J. T. Marsh ...Toone
J. E. Murdaugh Augustus
J. S. Tate Ilancoek, Tex
W. T. Duncan, Jr., Bolivar
S. L. Overton Toone
P. M. Bishop Vildo
i J- H- Jones Alto, Tex
. u. l nomas
v-. 1). Uurrett
G. F. Casselbery Whiteville
J. LI. Franklin Bolivar
William Taylor Toone
G. W. Black Vildo
Mis. Fannie Neely Bolivar
R. B. Ray Bolivar
F S. Luther Bolivar
J. S. Wheeler Hickory Valley
W. L. Fish Earle, Ark
M. E. Mashburn. Terrell, Tex
N. Iluddleston Crainesf ille
C. II. Joyner Pocahontas
Mrs. M. S. Lewis .. Elizabeth, N. J
Sweeton & Black Bolivar
Kahn Bros Bolivar
Henry Flexner Louisville, Ky
Sam Kahn Memphis
Ike Kahn Memphis
W. T. Anderson Bolivar
Sirs. D. E. Durrett. ...... Bolivar
Dr. C. A. Manley. . Medon
Rev. J.M.Clark . . Morristown, Tenn
C. D. Durrett Bolivar
N. C. Nuckolls Bolivar
A. F. Hazelgrove Bolivar
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Dr. G. B. Curry, a student of the
Memphis Medical College, is visit- i
mg relatives and friends near Pine
Miss Maggie Gibson, of the Wal
nut Grove Academ, , spent Christ
mas with home folks. She reports
the school in a good condition.
The young people of the commu
nity enjoyed an entertainment last
week, given by Mr. and Mrs. John
Prof. J. II. Howell, of Ebenezer
Academy, and Prof. W. II. Murley,
of Double Spri-.gs Academy, spent
Christmas in Henderson.
Miss Mattie Thompson was the
guest of Miss Rulhie Watson during
Christmas. Come again, Miss Mat
tie, this community will always
welcome you. .
Our school is iu a progressive
condition. We expect many more
to euter this month.
Mrs. Fannie Gibson visited the
family of Mrs. Hannah Gibson last
A Good Recommendation.
'I have noticed that the sale on
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets is almost invariably to those
who have once used them," says
Mr. J. II. Weber, a prominent
druggist of Cascade, Iowa. What
better recommendation could any
medicine have than for people to
call for it when again in need of
such a remedy? Try them when
yju feel dull after eating, when you
have a bad taste in your mouth, feel
bilious, have no appetite or when
troubled with constipation, and you
are certain to be delighted with the
prompt relief which they afford.
For sale by W. J. Cox & Co.,
Bolivar, Tenn., J. W. Nuckolls,
Corn and Oats High
you have headaches, tongue is
constipated, bad taste in the
If not all of thp? svmntnms.
some of them? It's your
For Sale by
S EVERY SACK. BEST
BOARD ON ALL 6ACK8T Pf
' fefe'i Stock.
m fs KourJLt
Mexican Mustang Liniment
is just the thing for Ilarness and Saddle Sores on horses,
TrA' Hexican Tlustang Liniment
Lame Back, -
Stilt Joints, etc.,
and yon will find that you never in
all your life used anTthing that so
successfully fought aches and pains.
To get the full benefit you shouUl
rub it in mot thoroughly.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
is a positive cure for Roup or Swelled Ilead in poultry.
Notice of Dissolution.
The firm of Anderson &
Harris, engaged in the gen
eral mercantile husihess at
Toone, Tenn., has this day
been dissolved, Mr. Harris
retiring. The business will
be continued by the under
signed. All persons owing
said firm are requested to
come forward and settle with
us at once, or the accounts
will be placed in the hands
of an officer. Jan. 1, 1002.
J. S. ANDERSON & CO., Toone.
Finds Way to Live Long-.
The startling announcement of a
Discovery that will surely lengthen
life is made by editor O.I1. Downey,
of Churubusco, Ind. "I wish to
state," he writes, "that Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption is
the most infallible remedy that I
have ever known for Coughs, Colds
and Grip. It's invaluable to peo
ple with weak lui.gs. Having this
wonderful medicine no one need
dread Pneumonia or Consumption.
Its relief is -instant and cure cer
ain." W.J. Cox & Co., guaran
tee every 50c and $1.C0. bottle, and
give trial bottles free.
BECAUSE IT GOES ONE-THIRD
FARTHER THAN CORN AND OATS.
The Secret of Long Life
Consists in keeping all the main
organs of the body in healthy, re
gular action, and in quickly des
troying deadly disease germs.
Electric Bitters regulate Stomach,
Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood,
and give a splendid appetitie. They
work wonders in curing Kidney
Troubles, Female Complaints, Ner
vous Diseases, Constipation, Dyspep
sia, and Malaria. Vigorous health
and strength always follow their
use. Only 50c; guaranteed by W.
J. Cox & Co., druggists.
The Nuckolls' livery stable,
lot and brick room adjoining
it on the north.
Also, 178 acres of land on
Hatchie river, one mile north
of Bolivar, formerly owned
by C. A. Miller.
Also, 173 acres of land in
civil district No. 1G, known
as the Lockie tract.
Apply at Bank of Bolivar.
Your appetite is poor,
your heart "flutters,"
coated, bad breath, bowels
is a natural
containing no mineral or
.narcotic poisons. It will correct
or all symptoms, make your health,
spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents.
W. J. Cox & Co.
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