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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Hugh "Williams, Editor.
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1903.
Large expenditures for the pay
ment of smallpox bills and heavy
appropriations for levee and bridge
building, have made serious inroad
on the finances of the county; hence
chairman McAnulty in his report to
the Quarterly Court Monday very
wisely and timely suggested econ
vvubs uoiii J. J. Jackson was
elected to the senate from the 26th
Senatorial District, there were two
towns within the district where
whiskey was sold, Toone and Cam
den. Through his influence bills
have been passed, which will short
ly take effect, prohibiting the sale
of whiskey in both of the above
mentioned places. If Senator
Jackson ha"d rendered no other" ser
vice, this alone would be honor
Roll of Honor.
The following have paid
subscription to the Bulletin
our last issue:
F. M. Hooper Pine Top
L. J. Tims Teasue
C. A. Avant Hickory Valley
P.M. Bishop Middleton
W. F. Overton Toone
A.J.Jackson Leonard, Tex
Tom Farris Hickory Valley
D. S. Nelms ...... .Essary Springs
Mrs. W. D. Galloway. . . .Saulsbury
C. A. Duncan Whiteville
W. A. Scott Dorris
Mrs. Ella Avant Middleburg
N. R. Nuckolls Toone
J. T. Moore Vildo
J. J. Kinney Augustus
S. D. Jacobs Lisbon
T. C. Moore Saulsbury
Mrs. Dee Hillhouse Toone
To the Memory of My Grand Mother,
Mrs. M. A. Morgan.
We must bow to the will of Him
who doeth all things well, for He
knoweth what is best. Yet in our
hearts is an aching void - that can
never be filled 'til we meet our lov
ed one beyond that wide and silent
river. We miss her in our home
Our fire-side is lonely by reason o:
her absence, and her accustomed
place seems ever waiting just for
her. We listen for the sweet ca
uence or her voice that made a mu
sic to us the world shall not equa
nor heaven even surpass. Words
cannot tell the weight of woe in
our sorrowing hearts, ana how we
long for ,4the touch of a vanished
hand and the sound of a voice that
is still." Even the bright sunbeams
of these sunny spring days are
darkness to us, for her blessed hand
id cold, and as in happy past days,
cannot point to their beauty. But
we thank God that the unspeakable
beauty of her noble, grand and
taithtul lite is with us in memory;
and though we weep much for her
and our hearts are torn in grief, we
know in her passing through "the
valley of the shadow of death" she
feared no evil, for "His rod and
His staff" they comforted her. We
know her crown is studded with
God's brightest jewels, that she is
a most welcome addition to the
"Holy Angel Band" and that her
soul has flown from its earthly ten
ement, where sickness ana sorrow
abideth, to inhabit a newone,which
is made perfect and impervious to
suffering by " the Great Physician
Thinking thus of our darling grand
mother, should we weep for her or
wish her back? Let us strive to
meet her there and trust that when
our davs are done and we shall be
launched into the vast hereafter,
and our Heavenly Father shall sum
mon us to cross "The Bar" and
stand in his mighty presence, she
will be at the river's edge ready
and waiting to receive us.
Will Allen May.
Card Of Thanks.
We, the undersigned, have
been appointed a committee,
by the members of the Boli
var Baptist Church, to re
turn thanks to those kind
friends outside the congrega
tion for the financial assist
ance rendered in liquidating
the debt upon the church
In performing this pleas
ant duty, we desire to say
that ycrur generous and ap
preciated help, and the noble
christian spirit which
prompted it, deserve the
very highest praise.. Each
and every one who contri
buted, however large or
small the amount, will be
gratefully remembered by
every member of our church.
MKS. F. S. LUTHER.
MK3. G. A. BLACK.
MISS SAL LIE KEARNEY,)
! UAEIERLT court news.
Proceedings April Term, 1903.
To the Honorable Count Court of Hardeman
Your chairman most respectfully
submits the following report ot the
financial condition of the county on
April 1, 1903:
To amount collected from all
sources for quarter ending March
31, 1903, $6.741. 27; to amount due
trustee Jan. 1, 1903, $1,863.26;' to
warrants paid to April 1, 1903,
$2,337.41, making a total of $4,
200.67, leaving balance due county
April 1, 1903, $5,540.60; to amount
of warrants issued quarter ending
March 31, 1903, $2,306.53; to
amount of warrants issued and un
called for April 1, 1903, $608.94.
It will be seen after paying the
warrants issued and unpaid, the sum
of $1,931.69, amount net due the
county when these warrants aie
paid, with uncollected taxes to be
accounted for. 'We do not know
how much of this will be collected.
The amount is very much smaller
than one year ago, $5,565.67, as
per chairman's report. I would
recommend that we be very careful
and economical in our appropria
tions. Respectfully submitted.
D. W. McAnultt, Chm.
Esquires D. IS. Nelms,
Keea and K. w. omitn were ap
pointed a committee to draft suita
ble resolutions on the death of
Esquire J. W. Wilson, which reso
lutions were submitted aud ordered
spread upon the minutes.
Esquires R. S. Clark, C. M. Hunt
and J. J. Siler were appointed a
committee to draft resolutions on
the death of EsquireN. R. Dowdy,
which resolutions were submitted
and ordered spread upon the
Maurice Wilson was elected
Notary Public for Middleton.
A motion prevailed to defer the
tax levy until the report of the leg
islature, and the chairman is au
thorized to call a special session of
the court for this purpose.
The Commissioners of the Poor
report the Poor House in good con
dition, a marked improvement in
the number of inmates, about one
half of the former number. We
now have seven inmates, six white
and one colortd, all kept according
J. B. Harmon and F. M. Hooper
were allowed the privilege of ped
dling without license.
G. T. Ingram, G. M. Warren and
W. T. Anderson were appointed to
have sewer repaired at County Jail.
Two dollars, erroneously assessed
as poll tax, was ordered refunded to
W. A. Rush.
It was ordered by the court that
all magistrates entitled to' mileage
be paid five cents per mile for each
mile actually traveled, from and
after the July term.
VENIRE MAY TERM, 1903,
No. 1 G. W. Tipler, T. A. Mc
No. 2 R. J. Harris, R. M Er
No. 3 James Foote, WW. Doyle.
No. 4 Phillip Williams, S. G
No. 5 W. A. Caruthers.
No. 6 J. M. Taylor, John War
ren, Tom Chft.
No. 7 W. T. Hammonds.
No. 8 C. M. Carter, J.
No. 9 W. N. Sparkman, II.
No. 10 Jas. R. Bryant, D.
No. 11 J. R. Jenkins, Jeff Hud
No. 12 J. G. Vausrbn, Jacob
No. 13 Ike Fawcett, A. R. Ful
No. 14 T. M. Patrick,
No. 15 T. E. MurdaugL,
JNo. 16 Robert Mitchell,
No. 17 John Gate wood,
No. 18 Neil Scroggins, J. J. Si
er. No. 19 B. A. Wardlow.
No. 20 John Shearin.
Officers J. A. Queen, Tom Tay
or. BRIDGES, LEVEES, ETC.
James Stepbeus, W. L. Cart-
wright, Obe Kennedy, R. P. Read
and W. B. Ragati were appointed
to examine the State Line road from
Burr Branch to old Matamoras, in
district 19, and ascertain the neces
sity of changing same, probable
cost thereof and report to the court.
R. D. Whitley, T. J. Warr and
Fletcher Bishop were appointed to
have levee repaired on Whiteville
and Bolivar road, near Miller's old
M. C. Cox, W. B. Shearin and
Calvin Sain were appointed to have
a bridge across the race at Shear-
ii 8 mill, in the 11th district, re
W. J. Wheeler, R. D. Miller and
Archie Hazlegrove were appointed
to have bridge on Bolivar and
Spring Hill road repaired.
B. A. AVardlow, Hallowell and
Charlie Drewry were appointed to
have repairs made on levee on Po
cahontas and Ripley road, cost not
to exceed $25.
W. R. Kearney, Fred
and Tom Clift were appointed to
repair bridge on Pleasant Run, near The Finance, Ways and Means
Kearney's Mill. Committee of the Senate yesterday
J. A. Thomas, Will Day and Ru-! afternoon considered appropriations
fas Rowark were appointed to in-; for the charitable institutions. ,Tbe
vestigate the necessity for and j recommendation to appropriate $4:
probable cost of building a bridge 800 for the purchase of an addition
across Carter's Creek on Cloverport . al farm for the Western Hospital
and Medon road.
It was ordered by the'eourt that
the road ruuning from Mrs. Free
man's, on the Medon and Clover
port road, running thence through
the Jackson farm to Teague, be de
clared a public road.
W. N. Sparkman, Bunyan Gallo -
way and John 1. rortune were ap
pointed to examine the necessity for
aud probable cost of a levee and
bridge on creek and slough near
John T. Fortunes' residence.
John T. Marsh, A. W. Knott and
J. II. Black were appointed cotnmis-
sioners to let contract for new ferry
boat for Pirtle's Ferry
The New Castle aud Hickory
Valley road was ordered changed
as follows: Commencing at or near
the end of the lane at J. W. Mas
tin's place aud running north to the
old Chairs' residence; thence west
to where it intersects the Hickory
Valley and New Castle road, said
road to pass through C. C. Jones'
place, to be about 30 feet wide and
600 yards long, and not to cost ovor
Be it ordered by the Court that
when Haywood County appropri
ates forty dollars for making the
change in the road running from
Eurekaton to Whiteville, where
same crosses the Hardeman and
Haywood County lines, which is to
be about 900 yards long, the
county of Hardeman agrees to pay
thirty-five dollars of said change.
Western Hospital $109.20
GT Ingram.." 54.65
C A Miller 25
J F Ilarvell 24.66
Dr W T Swink 23.50
H II Cooper 14.10
M L Black 7.99
N B Cross 5.85
Sweeton & Black 1.35
S M Carver and J K Barnett 30.00
S T Smith 10.00
Geo D Barnard & Co ... . 14.50
J M Taylor : 1.50
B F Clinton 14.62
Foster & Webb 40.25
G W Sheets 1.50
J WTate 41.40
Anthony Ramsey 5.00
J A Wilsou Jr 24.35
J O Dickerson 99.50
R & R-Bryant
J F Harvell
Simon Siler . .'. ,
J B Ferrell
Dr W II Siler..... T
J J Siler
J W Luttrell Jr
J II Jernigan 43.00
T D Prewitt 19.25
Marshall & Bruce 15.20
M W Prewitt 4.50
A W Knott 15.00
J W Nuckolls 134.32
Charlie Drewry 3.00
W J Cox 5.00
Dr G M Dorris 2.50
J R Reaves 22.00
W W Lockman 2.25
Cox & Co 4.65
Drs G M & E H Dorris 7 00
John Wardlow 5 00
S B Baker 216.50
G T Ingram 118.65
JE Mashburn 76.90
To the Public.
Hereafter the Bolivar Postoffice
will be open on Sundays from 8.30
a.m., to 9.30 a.m., and from 6.00
p.m. to 7.00 p.m.
John Redd, Postmaster.
Beauty And Strength
Are desirable. You are strong
and vigorous, when your biood is
pure. Many nay, most women
fail to properly digest their food,
and so become pale, sallow, thin
and weak, while the brightness,
freshness and beauty of the skin and
complexion, depait. Remedy this
unpleasant evil, by eatini; nourish
ing food, and taking a small dose of
Herbine after each meal, to digest
what hou have eaten. 50c, at Cox
Cupid, a secret we would tell,
Come let us whisper in your ear:
The baches seem somewhat disgruntled,
Their feelings are hurt, we fear.
They're told you we are petulant, crabbed,
We're indiscreet, we have no beauty ;
These they affirm are the reasons
You failed in doing your duty.
As regards the altar, your record
Is a monument to your skill ;
But did you inveigle these victims
By roaming o'er dale and hill?
"Oh Lord, any one !" Why, Cupid,
Such things we could never say;
There are no just-any-ones
Each is perfect in his own way.
And our displeasure you've not incurred.
For your kindness accept our thanks,
You are not to blame, perhaps, Cupid,
If we hold to the single ranks.
Lastly, we thank you, Cupid,
For this sentimeDt you voice:
"When Gabriel blows his trumpet
There will be old maids" from choice.
Bolivar, Tenn., Apr. 8, 1903.
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin of Winchester.Iud.
knew what to do in tbe hour of
need. His wife had such" an un
usual case of stomach and liver (
trouble, physicians could not help
her. He thought of and tried Dr. '
King's New Life Pills and she got '
relief at once and was finally cured,
Only 25c. at Cox & Co's Drug Store,
tor tne insane was rejected on
motion of Mr. Crowley. He said
the institution already had a' farm
of 640 acres and a great deal of this
was not in cultivation. The land
they propose to buy, he said was
too poor "to raise an umbrella ou."
!Mr. Crowley favored catting down
the per capita allowance of all these
and declared that the officia's at
: many ot them lived like Kings.
j Some kept their huntiug dogs and
.entertained elaborately at the ex-
pense of the State. The per
j capita allowance ofthe three insane
asylums was cut from $140 Der
cut from $140
year to $130, but it was allowed to
stand as to other charitable institu
tions. Nashville Banner.
Robbed The Grave
A startling incident, is narrated
by John Oliver of Philadelphia, as
follows: I was in an awful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain continu
ally in back and sides, no appetite,
growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up. Then
I was advised to use Electric Bit
ters; to my great joy, the first bot
tle made a decided improvement. I
continued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know
they robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should fail to try
them. Only 50 cents, guaranteed,
at Cox & Co's, drug store.
Mr. . Mose Smith, of Corona,
was in town Saturday. He is with
C. A. Stockley, merchant of that
town," and informed us that the
water had left the store after having
risen ten inches. A Bediment two
iuches deep was left on the floor.
This will give an idea of the benefit
to the land which follows an over
flow. Of course better crops result.
There is a place for everything,
but few people have access to tbe
Makes A Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a
thing thoroughly. Of all the salves
you ever heard of, Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve is tbe best. It sweeps
away and cures Burns, Sores, Cuts,
Bruises, Boils, Ulcers, Skin Erup
tions and Piles. It's only 25c, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction by
Cox & Co.,
Deware oi lue vice tuat goes
around wearing the mask of virtue
Walks Without Crutches .
I was much afiicted with sciatica,
writes Ed. C. Nud, Iowaville,
Sedgwick Co., Kan., "goiug about
on crutches and suffering a deal of
pain. I was induced to try Bal
lard's Snow Liniment which reliev
ed me. I used three 50c bottles.
it is tbe greatest liniment 1 ever
used; have recommended it. to a
number of persons, all express
themselves as being benefitted by it.
I now walk without crutches, able
to perform a great deal of light
labor on the farm." 25c 50c and
81.00 at Cox & Co's.
If your life is a blank nil it out
and have it sworn to.
Save the Loved Ones!
Mrs. Mary A. Vilet, Newcastle,
Colo., writes: "I believe Ballard's
Horehound Syrup is superior to
any other cough medicine, and will
do all that is claimed for it, and it
is so pleasant to take. My little
girl wants to take it when she has
no need for it." Ballard's Ilore
hound Syrup is the great cure for
all pulmonary ailments. 25c, 50c
and $1.00 at Cox & Co's.
A chess tournament is always
played on the square.
An Aggravating Cough Cured.
A costumer of ours who had been
suffering from a severe cough for
six months, bought two bottles of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy from
us and was entirely cured by one
and a half bottles of it. It gives
perfect satisfaction with our trade.
Haynes Parker & Co., Line
ville, Ala. For sale by Cox & Co.,
Bolivar; Bailey & Aldridge, Sauls
bury. Speaking of the timperauce suc
cess in the State, Dr. Folk, Presi
dent of the ALti Saloon League,
"We fell very well satisfied with
the results so far, but we shall never
be entirely satisfied until every sa
loon is driven out of our State. We
hope that if the next Legislature
does not give to the larger cities the
privilege of getting rid of saloons
; entirely it will at least pass a no
j screen bill and other ills regulating
'them so a9 to make them as harm
less as possible.
"For the next year the Anti Sa
loon League expects to bend all its
energies towards the enforcement
of the laws in these different towns
which have gotten rid of saloons.
It will stand ready to join with the
citizens of these towns in the sup j
Dression of "blind tigers" and in
the adoption of any other necessary
means to render the laws effective,
The officers of the League hope that
these towns will feel free to call on
them for any assistance which they
may be able to render.
How to Ward off an Attack of
"For years when spring time
came on and I went into gardening,
I was sure to have an attack of
rheumatism aud every, attack was
more severe thau the preceding one,"
says Josie McDonald, of Man, Logan
; county, West Va. "I tried every
thing with no relief whatever, until
;I procured a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, and the first application
gave me ease, and before the first
bottle was used I felt like a new
person. Now I feel that I am
cured, but I always keep a bottle of
Chambertain's Pain Balm in the
house, and when ' I fetl any
symptoms of a return I soon drive
it away with one or two applications
of thia liniment." For sale by Cox
fcCo., Bolivar; Bailey & Aldridge,
If worneu had the making of the
country's laws they would limit the
number of lodge meetings.
A disordered stomach may cause
no eud of trouble. When the
stomach fails to perform its
functions the bowels become de
ranged, the liver and kidneys con
gested, causing numerous diseases,
the most fatal of which are painless
and therefore the more to be dread
ed. The important thing is to re
store the stomach and liver to a
healthy condition, and for this
purpose no better preparation can
be used than Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. For sale by
Cox fc Co , Bolivar; and Bailey &
Some men get-out of debt after a
long and painful struggle then
plunge in agaiu.
You Know what You are Taking
When you lake Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle
showing that it is simply Iron and
Quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. 50c.
The man who wants "harrowing
details" can find them in the agri
We Warrant Every .Bottle.
If troubled with rheumatism give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial.
It will not cost you a cent if it does
do good. One application will re
lieve the pain. It also cures sprains
ind bruises in one-third the time re
quired by any other treatment. Cuts,
burns, frostbites, quinsy, pains in
the side and" chest, glandular and
other swellings are quickly cured by
applying it. Every bottle warrau
teed. Price 25 and 50 cents at
Cox & Co's., Bolivar; and Bailey &
A woman thinks she is a
talker when she is able to entertain
A Great Sensation.
There was a big sensation in Lees
ville, Ind. when W. II. Brown of
that place, who was expected to die,
had his life saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption.
He writes: "I endured insufferable
agonies from Asthma, but
but your New Discovery gave me
immediate relief and soon thereafter
effected a complete cure." Similar
cures of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Bronchitis and Grip are numerous.
It's the peerless remedy for all
throat and lung troubles. Price 50c,
and $1.00. Guaranteed by Cox &
It sometimes happens that the guy
who hesitates doesu'tget lost.
Mrs. Laura. S. Webb,
Vice-PrMtdent Woman's Demo
cratic Clubs of Aortiiera Ohio.
"1 dreaded the change of life which
was fast approaching. I noticed Wine
of Cardui, and decided to try a bot
tle. I experienced some relief the
first month, so I kept on taking it for
three months and now I menstruate
with no pain and I shall take it off and
on now until I have passed the climax,"
Female weakness, disordered
menses, falling of the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow a woman to the change
of life. Do not wait but take "Wine
of Cardni now and avoid the trou
ble. Wine of Cardui never fails
to benefit a suffering woman of
any acre. "Wine of Cardui relieved
Mrs. Webb when she was in dan
ger. When you come to the change
of life Mrs. Webb's letter will
mean more to you than it does
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering she endured. Druggists
sell $1 bottles of "Wine of Cardui.
rifJ Eof CARDUI.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
bottles. Does this record cf merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Grove's Black Root Liver Pills. "
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Martha E. Freeman vs. William
Freeman. No. 1093 R. D. In
the Chancery Court at Bolivar,
In this cause it appeariug from
the bill, which is sworn to, that the
residence of William - Freeman, de
fendant, is unknown and can not be
ascertained upon diligent inquiry.
It is therefore ordered that publi
cation be made for four consecutive
weeks in the Bolivab Bulletin, a
newspaper published in the town of
Bolivar, Tenn., commanding the
said defendant, William Freeman,
to enter his appearance before the
undersigned Clerk and Master at
his office in Bolivar, Tenn., on or
before the first Monday in May,
1903, and plead, answer or demur
to the allegations contained in the
bill, otherwise the same will be
taken for confessed as to him and
this cause set for hearing ex parte.
This April 1, 1903.
J. A. -Wilson, Jr , C. & M.
A; J. Coates, Attorney.
Olive Gabriel vs. Monsieur Gabri
el No. 1092 R. D. In the
Chancery Court at Bolivar, liar
deman County, Tenn.
In this cause it" appearing from
the bill, which is sworn to, that the
defendant, Monsieur Gabriel, is a
non-resident of the State of Tennes
see and is a resident of the State ot
Texas, so that the ordinary process
of law cannot be served upon him,
It is therefore ordered that publica
tion be made for four consecutive
weeks in the Boliva.k Bulletin, a
newspaper published in the town of
Bolivar, Teun., commanding the
above named Monsieur Gabriel to
enter his appearance before the un
dersigned Clerk and Master at his
office in Bolivar, Tenn., on or be
fore the first Monday in May next
and plead, answer or demur to the
allegations contained in the bill,
otherwise tbe same will be taken
for confessed as. to him, and this
cauee set for hearing ex parte.
This March 30, 1903.
J. A. Wilson, Jb., C. & M.
A. J..Coates, Solicitor.
Go to Cox & Co's for Base
Trustworthy lady or gentleman
to manage business in this County
and adjoining territory for well and
favorably known House of solid
financial standing. $20.00 straight
cash salary and expenses, paid each
Monday by-check direct" from head
quarters. Expense money advanced;
position permanent. Address
Thomas Cooper, Manager, 1030
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Here is the great Oak-
:sel nov on display at
our store. It contains the
line cf beautiful new spring
tailoring samples sent us by
STRAUSS BROS., Chisago
Good Tailors for 26 Years
. The Oak-Easel is the
connecting link between the
tailor and the faultlf ssly fin
ished garments which give
you so much pleasure to
wear. It's really a lessen
in good clothes buying t o
see this great cqHection
of tailoring novelties.
Prices low and seLtlsC&o-
tion absolutely guar
anteed. ColI2 sooit .
J. A. BAERETT.
JXO. L. MITCHELL
I Notary Public.
jji Oflice in Bank of Bolivar. Bolivar, Tenn.
The best physic: Chamberlain's
Stomach aud Liver Tablets. Easy
to take; pleasant in effect. For sale
by Cox & Co , Bolivar; Bailey &
Low Rates Read.
ESfThe Bulletin has arranged
with the Weekly Commercial Ap
peal and the Home and Farm for a
continuation of tbe combination of
fer heretofore existing. Either of
these papers will be sent with the
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