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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Progress Telephone No. 17.
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Effective Sunday, December 1, 1902
25 ..... 5.41 p.m.
23 ......... ...8.09 a.m.
95 local ...8. 35 a.m.
6.. ........... 7.06 a.m,
21. ,....8.57 p.m.
96 local.-. 1.50 p.m.
W. A. HOUSE. Agent
m Local Newsv
Dr. Cox, of Fulton, spent Sun
day with his family here.
Fresh Candy just received
at Cox & Co's.
Rev. J. II. Burne, of Mem
phis, was in town last week.
Try one of Cox & Co's
Mrs. John V. Wright is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. J. II. Bills.
If you need a box of nice
Paper you can find it at Cox
Mr. Hubbard Hardaway and
children, of Michigan City, spent
Sunday in Bolivar.
New spring stj'les in Per
cales, Ginghams and Prints at
Mr. D. W. Parran has been
confined to .is room for several
days, but is much better.
Landreth's and other new
Garden Seed just received at
Mr. J. C. MoWilliams has re
turned from a business visit to the
Prices reduced in all lines
to make room for spring
stock. Kahn Bros.
We are glad to learn that Mr.
W. P. Nuckolls is improving after
an illness of several days.
When you want a good
Pocket Knife or Razor, call
on Cox &rCo.
Mr. Joy Hardaway left Sunday
afternoon for Indianola, Miss., to
accept a position in a drug store.
Spring line of "Walkover
Shoes" now in at
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian
Church every Thursday night, con
ducted by Rev. W. S. Cochrane.
For the next ten days we
will sell all winter goods at
and below cost. KahnBros.
Mrs. T. T. O'Brien, of Bates
ville, Miss., visited Miss Byrd
Kinchloue at St. Katharine's School
Go to Hudson's for School
Supplies, Toilet Articles, fine
Beginning last Sunday through
sleeping car service was inaugurat
ed on the Illinois Central on trains
Nob. 5 and 6, between New Orleans
"Passe Partout" Picture
Binding, different colors, for
sale by Cox & Co.
Miss Clara Sevestre left Thurs
day of last week for her home in
New York City, after a pleasant
visit of several weeks to her sister,
Mrs. Robert Wood Tate.
One thousand yards of
Calico remnants to close at
4c per yard. Kahn Bros.
The Farmers' Institute, which
was called to meet here Saturday,
has been postponed on account of
the couditiou of the roads, subject
to the call of the president.
Beautify your homes. Hud
son will sell you Wall Paper
and Paint cheap.
Prof. Ernest McDaniel requests
us to announce that on account of
the bad weather, the celebration of
Washington's birthday and 4,Flag
Day," by the Hickory Valley High
School, has been postponed until
Friday, Feb. 27th.
Ask to be shown new Ox
fords and Sandals, in kid and
patent leather a very com
plete line at Durrett's.
All intending to join the Pro
gressive Book Circle will please
meet at Mrs. Wood Tate's residence,
Friday, Feb. 20th, at 2.30 p.m
Every one will please come to vote
on the books to be ordered, so there
can be no dissatisfaction. Bring
dues, which will amount to about
one dollar and fifty ceuts.
J. A. Barrett, accompanied by
hi head clerk, will leave Saturday
for the East, to buy spring goods.
j He will add millinery to his line
, this season, and has HPfiirpd the Her-
vina rf fin oTnanonnoJ m 1 1 M nor
who is now in
tne market mating
TT -trv a m
1'earl .buttons of all sizes;
nrwl nnnlit.v ffir trimminff Hint.
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The sympathy of the people of
Hardeman County is extended to
Dr. M. M. Smith, of Whiteville.
The life of his good wife hangs by
a slender thread. Around her bed
side and in constantwatch and atten
dauce is the devoted husband and
her loving children, who have been
summoned from a distance, also
quite a number of friends.
Cox & Co. have a big lot
of Tablets, Pencils, Blank
Books, in fact, a complete
line of School Supplies.
The second quarterly written
examinations began last week in the
Bolivar High School and are being
continued this week On account
of the bad weather, quite a number
are absent and classes thus being
broken into will be called to exam
ination next week. Some of the
boys are trembling in their boots,
for upon these examinations to a
great extent depends their promo
tion for the next year.
Just received at Durrett's,
a beautiful line of the early
importation of White Goods
Piques, Madras, vestmgsand
High Art Novelties.
Miss Maykcn Pierce entertain
ed twenty of her schoolmates and
Misses Hobsou and Wren Pearson
on St. Valentine's Day at St. Kath
arine's school. The features of
amusement were toasts and "retail
ing the donkey." The prize was a
mirrow trame in pyrography, the
work of the hostess. This trophy
was won by Miss Hobson. A Bup-
per consisting of everything edible
in the market was served by Miss
Pierce, assisted by Miss Alice Gor
Clearing sales of Matting
remnants 10 to 15 yards in a
piece. Kahn Bros.
Mr. Jesse II. Franklin, of the
5th district, happened to a painful
if not serious accident last Friday.
He left home in the afternoon for
Caruthers' school house, where his
daughter is teaching, intending to
bring her home. On the way, the
horse he was driving became fright
ened at a calf, ran into a stump,
demolishing one of the wheels of
the vehicle, throwing Mr. Franklin
out and badly bruising his hands.
face and body.
New line of White Goos
just received, also the new
weaves in goods for waists
and suitingrs. Samples sent
on request. Kahn Bros.
A severe blizzard has raged
throughout the northwest for sev
eral days, the thermometer at one
point in North Dakota falling to 42
degrees below zero, and snow, m
Wyoming, to a depth of 60 feet.
Much suffering has been caused and
traffic both by river and rail has
been delayed.' The tail-end of the
blizzard struck .Bolivar Sunday
night. It' was ushered in by rain,
folio 'ed by a cold, north wind.
Later, the rain turned iuto sleet,
and Monday morning a blinding
snow storm, commenced, continuing
throughout the day, the fall aver
aging about five inches. Monday
night was clear. Tuesday morning
the thermometer registered two de
grees below zero, the coldest weath
er of the season. To add to the
seriousness of the situation, a num
ber of families in Bolivar are al
most entirely out of wood, and the
roads are in sucb a condition that it
is impossible to haul over them or
even travel them except on hoise
back and then it is dangerous
Roll of Honor.
The following have paid their
subscription to the Bulletin since
our last issue
W. G. Nuckolls Kellar, Tex
G. M. Savage Bolivar
W. A Moore Middleburg
J. W. Jones Hickory Valley
Dr. R. W. Tate Bolivar
L. T. Sammons. ....Shawuee, Okla
John Davis Hickory Valley
IW. Price rcott -Bolivar
Cassie Price (col.) Bolivar
II. R. Futrell Crenshaw, Miss
R. B. Ray Bolivar
Have just received anew1
line of men's Negligee Shirts
also full line of Williams-
Kneeland fine bhoes. trive
us a call.- . Kahn Bros.
Miss Mag Dorion Entertains.
Unique aud perfect in every de-
tail was this valentiie entertain
niPnt. Tho fact that flip little (?nd
u a a sbv QnH Annoo trt hula hia f n ra
bemud the clouds, deterred no one
from responding to her invitation.
It 1 C 1. . 1 ... ,1
ao v.st iu iirjr wuu.
t.. i i.
in i iih I xr f r itiNiiifiiiH II I uvuriirupii
tlori UT I f Vi rorl uitin riliKnn
strung with hearts, formed a can
opy. On the walls were heart de
signs in the green with touches of
silver and gilt. Numerous candles
twinkled from every possible posi
tion and threw a subdued light over
the whole. These, with the sweet
strains of music floating in from the
hall, might well make one forget
that just outside the door lay the
every day world.
Miss Mary Ingrain received with
Miss Dorion. Miss Ingram's cos
tume was of white, elaborately
trimmed with butterflies in colored
appliquo and a very effective arrang
ment of hearts. Miss Dorion's
charming gown of white, with its
striking display of valentines, ri
valled that of her assistant.
In both the Cuchery" and Lit
erary. Love Story" contests, Miss
Neely and Miss Maddison were the
successful contestants. As tht
drawing for the prize resulted in
each case iu luck for Miss Maddi
son, they decided to divide honors.
The prizes were a cbataline pin and
a dainty valentine. As nothing
this season seems to be complete
without flinch, a few games of trol
ley were played. Miss Lelia Cof
liu received a box of candy as a sou
venir of her prowess in this line.
The refreshments were served in
courses and where possible were
heart shaped, the ices and cakes
being pink and white hearts.
The final surprise of the enter
tainment was when the clock struck
six, whereupon the guests reluct
antly said goodbye. Shall .we ever
forget how delightfully Miss Dorion
entertained us in fairy land on Cu
pid's birthday, 1903?
Those present were Misses Dur
rett, Thompson, Kedd, Anderson,
Potts, Neely, Ingram, Tate, Coflin,
Cochrane, Tennie and Ella Pirtle,
Hardaway, Madcjison aud Mrs. A.
Upon the above occasion the fol
lowing original poem was read:
A BALLAD TO CUPID.
Ob ! Cupid dear, of ancient fame,
You've numberless blind derotees;
But have you in your journeys found
So many maids, so bard to please f
Pray look about you aa you stand,
Your arrow poised with charming art,
And honestly confess that you
Have somehow failed to do your part.
The fates, Sir Cupid, gaTe to you
Knowledge of hearts with shadings nice,
Kay more: you bold the magic key.
That can unlock a heart of ice.
Then why, Sir, did your arts all fail,
When ardent lovers by the score.
Into the ears of these, your guests,
Their endless love they sought to pour?
Trll us, Cupid, what were their faults,
These sentimental lords of earth,
That in their hour of direst need
You failed them ; wicked, God of mirth?
Withered and dry on a high, high shelf,
These time worn bachelors nursed their grief;
While in their lonely hearts they pray
That you will come to their relief.
So, Cupid, should they woo again,
These erstwhile wooers of the fair,
In pity for the race of men,
With key and arrow pray be there.
Feb. 14th, 1903 J. L. M.
Why Men Marry.
An editor sent out circular letters
to a large number of married men
subscribers and asked them why
they married. Here are some of the
I didn't intend to do it.
Because I did not have the ex
perience I have now.
Married to get even with her
mother, but never have
That's what I have been trying
for eleven years to find out.
1 yearned for company. Now we
have it all the time.
I thought it would be cheaper
than a breach of promise suit.
Because Sarah told me that five
other men had proposed to her.
That's the same fool question my
friends asked me.
I wanted a companion of the op
posite sex. N. B. She is still op
The old man was going to give
me his foot, go I took his daughter's
Because I asked her to have me
she said she would; I thing she's got
Because I thought she was one
among a thousand; now I think she
is a thousand among one.
I was lonesome and melancholy
and wanted someone to make me
lively. She makes me very lively.
Have exhausted all the figures of
tne antnmetic to nna an answer to
y"r qnon; Detween mump u -
Catl.81! " ?.e
auu uwirdcuuu iu nuumuu, iuC and in gJcn demarj(j , tne neighbor
answer is hard to arrive at. hoodf he ia gready missed when he
" ' ' is not able to get around.
Are You Restless at Night This scribe and family spent a
And harassed by a bad cough? delightful day with Mrs Lane and
Use Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it daughters, Misses May and Rosa,
will secure you sound sleep and ef-
fect a prompt and radical cute. 25c,
50c and 1.00 a bottle' at Cox & Co.
It is with a heart full of sadness
that we write this letter. On last
n m j ,j -. u
miHat anil oloimon fer its nmn I
vv yVilsoo, one of our oldest and
! m0st beloved citizens, a man who
1 n A VtAAn a vmIIiq in Ka Alafkndiof
- t""" . u mi-uu.ni
t:fiiirh hprft lor
uiuic iuau tun iv
'years. He was a christian of the
truest type, always identified with
any movement that was for the up
e t r m..
ouuamg oi me morais oi me com .
munity, ever ready to work iu theant visit tQ Mem.,his.
aiasiero vmejaru auu io uo any-,
thing to promote the cause of
Christianity. lie was loved by all!
who knew him, and to be associat-,
ed with bioi was to be elevated and
made to realize . thu there is a real-
lty in the religion of Jesus Christ.!
lty in tne reiig
His life was filled with good deeds,
and he always had the spirit of his
Master. He was kind aud useful,
always ready to lend a helping
baud. His good deeds will live
after him, and Eternity alone can
tell how many souls were made hap
pier, now many lives bettei tor
having been with him. As we can
see him no more in this life, let us
strive to meet him beyond the river.
where there is no partiug and where
the righteous live forever.
One who Loved IIijt.
Middleton, Tenn., Feb. 16, 1903.
On the evening of the 6th day of
February, 1903, an angel came with
a message from Our Father calling
into His presence our dear friend,
Mrs. Eliza T. Rose (nee Crews.)
Mrs. Kose was born December
28, 1833, was married to James A.
Rose March lltb, 1851. To them
were born six children. The death
of her husband in 1877 left her
with the responsibility of rearing
five of their children, William 11.
and JVlrs. May Rose Prewitt, of
Hickory Valley; James A. of Mem
phis; Edgar aud John, of Texas,
all of whom survive to cherish her
She was a christian woman and
was for years a member of tbe Bap
She suffered from a severe attack
of pneumouia for several- days at
the home of her son, Wm. 11. Kose.
Al! that medical science aud tender,
faithful nursing could do was done
for her by her children and loving
The last sad rites were perform
ed and the body that bad been the
dwelling place of the soul was laid
to rest in the cemetery at Middle:
burg;- Tenu., Rev. G. W. Floyd
conducting the service.
Her life was gentle and sweet.
She was devoted to her children
and friends. . We feel that we
should rejoice in the knowledge
that she is at rest aud free from
pain and suffering.
She knew the Lord had sent lor
her and said she would "soon cross
ft VT a -
over. w nen w saw tne sweet,
peaceful smile that hovered 'round
her lips, we felt that the passage
through the dark valley had no ter
ror for ber, and that she had gone
trustingly with the messenger,
knowing in whom she had believed
and had at last entered into tbe
haven of rest. There ehe awaits
the coming of her loved ones.
We are told that there is no sor
row there. 4And God shall wipe
away all tears from their eyes; and
there shall be no more death,
neither sorrow, nor crying, neither
shall there be any . more pain."
Yet, me thinks, I can see her as
she waits with yearning desire, and
looks back, expecting ber dear child
ren to come home to her and help
sing the songs of praise and adora
tion to tbe Lamb. -
Dear mother, we would not call
you back, but would meet you again
and rejoioe with you forever.
Let us not think of death as bit
ter, for it is just the beginning of
life. The change is made in a mo
ment and we enter" into rest from
toil and strife. Happy thought,
that when we cross the dark waters
we shall reach tbe shores of lleav
en, where we shall hear the sound
of blissful music and where sorrow
is no more. D. M. M.
Hickory Valley, Tenn., Feb. 16,
Old Mother Earth is wrapped in
a mantle of "the beautiful" this
week, and the boys and girls are
hiving a rich and racy time coast
ing' with their sleds. In spite of the
snow and the extreme cold weather,
Woodland Academy is holding its
own," this week. We never saw
children attend school more regular
ly than they do here. Even the
come ram or sun, sleet
The health of tbe neighborhood
is very gool, with the exception of
a few cases of la gript.e.
Mrs. Hugh B. Wright is convales-
cent from a three weeks spell of the
xr- vv,;i, tnnTw wJ
grippe. . Mr. Wright too has been
' confined to the bed, suffering with
the wound ne reCeived during the
: Civil war Mr Wright ia ao good
i natured and jolly, so business-like,
Mr. John V. Wright has gone to
St. Louis to look after a lot of mules
he expects to buy. Before returning
home he will buy the now spring
' goods for Wright Bros. Mrs. Wright
is visiting "relatives in Bolivar
during his absence.
Messrs. Leo and Jewell Wright
have bought th'e livery business of
1 J. A. Aldridge. We suppose the
new firm will be known as "Wright
I? - T w i : . r . i
, yoaxi rnen a 8,.iedid business
Mis Mabel Edingion. a charm
ing young lady from ' Jackson, is
visiting her sister," Mrs. Will Low.
Misses Bessie Lipscomb and Mag
0ft4liP- havA ...-..V.
ed from a pleas-
rrs p. if.p.ron,ftn ..WWrnm
el 'q HOme le th ln Arkansas.
Migs Matt- p, who - tpa ,
ling mar Saulsbury,
: s,iai,, 0.i i,.
f iol ICU U CI
j home near Graud Junction, Salur-i
(1ay; accompanied by Mrs.' Valeria j
Cox and children
Mr. Willie Bryant celebrated his
22nd birthday recently. His sister,
Mis. Arnett, from Memphis, attend
ed the feast.
Mrs. W. C.-Porter and children,
of Memphis, have been visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Cox, at this place During their
stay, the family had. a large and
happy re-union. . .
Mrs. J. R. Bryant has returned
from Hickory Valley.
Mrs Gastort Edwards, of Jackson,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tucker
Representative II. E.Carter came
out from Nashville, last week, to see
his family who are with relatives,
near town. "
Mian Rosabelle Wright will re
turn this week from Corinth where
she was the guest of Miss Lizzie
Mr. Jewell Clark has been at
Corinth several days, ."operating."
J he pupils at Woodland Academy
are glad to have Miss Julia Manson
one of the brightest of their number,
back again, after several months
Miss Dora Swift, of La Grange,
came out this week, "and will take a
course stenography and typewriting
at the Academy. She. is board id g
with Mrs. Hush Wright.
But enough, for this time. More
Anon. V. V.
Mr. W. W. frickelt, Smithfield,
Ills., writes, Sept., 10th, 1901: "I
had been suffering several years
with a cancer on my face, which
gave.me great annoyance and un
bearable itching. I was using Bal
lard's Snow Liniment for a sore leg.
and through an accident, I rubbed
some of the liniment on tbe cancer,
and as it gave me almost instant re
lief, I decided to continue to use
the liniment on the cancer. In a
short time the cancer came out, my
face healed up, there Is uot the slight
est scar left. I have implicit faith
in the merits of - this .preparation,
and it cannot be . too highly, recom
mended." 25c; 50o, aud $1.00 - For
sale by Cox & Co.. .
Sale of Land.
By virtue of an Venditioni Ex
ponas, issued by S. II. Jones, Cir
cuit Uourt Clerk oi Hardeman
County, Tennessee, dated on the
31st day of January, 1903, I wil.
expose to sale to the highest bidder
for cash, on Saturday, March 14tb,
1903, at the west door of the Court
House, in the town of Bolivar, Har
deman County, Tenn., within legal
hours, the defendant s undivided
interest in the -Mallnda Franklin
laud. Description of land: One
hundred and twenty acres, owned
by Malinda Franklin Estate, in the
Fifth Dittrict of Hardenan County,
Tenn., bounded on the north by
Black, the south by Carrington, on
the east by Caruthers, on the west
Levied on as the property of
Greene Franklin, to satisfy & judge
ment of $48.78 in fivor of W. M.
Prewitt. This February 3, 1903.
S. T. SMITH,
Sheriff of Hardeman County.
By virtue of an venditioni expo
nas, issued by S. II. Jones, Circuit
Court Clsrk of Hardeman County,
Tenn., dated 31st day of January,
1903, I will expose for sule to the
highest bidder for cash, on Thurs
day, February 26th, ' 1903, in
front of Wright Bros', store, in the
town of Saulsbury, Tenn., within
legal hours, one house and lot, situ
ated iu the town of Saulsbury, Har
deman County, Tenn., in Civil Dis
trict No. 1, known as the W. R.
Lewis place, and bounded as fol
lows, to-wit: On the east and south
by F. M. Cargile's land; on the
west by Roger S. Clark's lot; on the
north by a street between this lot
and W. H. Bryant's lot the said
lot to contain from four to five
acres of land, together with all im
provements thereon, levied on as
the : property of Thomas Dnnlap to
tJl?n if ,D
fa vor of W right Bros. This house
and lot is sold subject to a deed of
trust to II. B. Wright.
S. T. SMITH, .
feb6-3 Sheriff Hardeman Co.
- Grove's Tasteless CM!! Tome
has stood the test 25 "years. Average Annual Sales over One end a Half Riniion
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
EiYrfased wifh every bolSe is a Ten Cent package of Grove's Black Root, Liver PSs.
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l & Li&H4T (Wy
you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath,
stipated, bad taste in the mouth ? If
not all of these symptoms,
then some of them?
any or all
appetite and spirits
q, - " ) M. Wilson vs.
state of I enue68ee, I rp. T
Hi s r i iiuuiuy tiaui
In this cause it appearing by affi
davit that the defendant, Timothy
Lambeth, is justly indebted to the
plaintiff, and is a non resident of
the State, so that the otdinary pro
cess- ot law caunot be served on
him; and an original attachment
having been levied on his proper
ty, it is therefore ordered that pub
lication be made in the Bolivar
Bulletin, a newspaper published
in the town of Bolivar, for tour
successive weeks, commanding the
said Timothy Lambeth to appear
before me or some other acting
Justice of the Peace at my office in
District No. 11 of said county, on
the first day of April, 1903, and
make defense to said suit against
him, or it will be proceded with
ex-parte. G. W. Yoakum, J. P.
For Hardeman County.
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King Rex having issued his pro
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loyal subjects throughout the land
to proceed to the Festive City of
New Orleans aud pay tribute to His
Majesty by participating in the fes
tivities of Mardi Gras which for the
year 1903 will be held on February
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ticket agent will tell you the dates
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E Bolivar. For terms,
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Treasurer of tbe
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have every reason to thank him for a new
life opened up to me with restored health,
and it only took three months to cure me."
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