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The Bolivar Bulletin.'!"111 i8 T
that the people have it in their
power to vote against one nominated
The following are the jurors for
HtJGII WILLIAMS, EDITOR. b7 unfair means, but it ought not to the May term of Circuit Court:
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903.
Gov. Frazikk has reappointed
C. A. Miller, W. M. Matthews and;
Julius Watson election commission- !
era for Hardeman County.
be necessary to elect one of an
j opposite party in order -to correct,
j such mistakes. Even the fact that!
i the people have it in their power to
retaliate by defeating the candidate j
; nominated is no excuse for the man !
who violates bis instructions. We!
j do not excuse a crime because it may
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The Census office Tuesday made be possible for the. loser to recover,
public the linal figures of cotton the stolen goods.
production obtained from the re- The couutry needs to be awaken-J
ports of cotton ginned from the et t0 a more active appreciation of j
growth of 1902, exclusive of linters, tlje duties aud responsibilities of
1 !.. 1. . . 1 J 1 -l r.1- r-. nnn l.-l I i'l 1 1 7Pnih 1 Tl Q Tl I fllO llnnic man t nf o
few who betray their trust and who!
Conguessman Patterson has or- would embezzle or conVert to their
dered a cnninetiti pxamin.itinn own use the power intrusted to
for the selection of a candidate and them, will have a salutary influence.
- , A similar measure should be upon
9 tomato tn tho !iti') A nilornrr at . . . .
-.v tue statute books of every state in
ai.itit r i 1 -
Annapolis, to ue neiu in xuempnis, Union
May 23rd. Candidates for examina
tion must be between the ages of 15
and 20 years.
Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson,
La., writes, June 8th, 1901: "I
1 .1 l - r ? i r
F.v.PrinKvT rnfvpT.AWs uau maiana xever in very Dau lorm,
, r t - . , was under treatment by doctors,
speech at St. Louis last week was but a8 gOQn ag T takin
-"- uj luuuoauo auu """iineir medicine tne iever would re
read by hundreds of thousands. A turn. I used a sample bottle of
statesman sooke. aud the nation uerbine, tound it helped me. lhen
nai.l altPntlnn Man,, T,onnr w.rp bought tWO bottles, which absolute-
, ... . . . . ly cured me. I feel grateful to you
shown the distinguished gentleman. for ftirnishiDg snch a 8plendid
oome sniy peopie ami prejuuiceu medicine, and can honestly recom
newspapers have an idea that the mend it to those suffering from ma
ohiect. of his visit, and snp.w.h was 'ana, as it will surely cure them."
to o HOt;mo rn, o tMr,i Herbine, 50c bottle at Cox & Co's
renomination. All such people are Seventy-second Apportionment of
to be pitied rather than censured- the School
they have never learned the true
worth of Grover Cleveland. His
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i r n c rr otoI ? tho uttoranpa rt I - -
v- j j0i 1 901 jll.48fi.fl5
a patriotic American, wdo, here- No.
after, desires to serve his country as I No
A. It. Fulghum, Foreman.
T. M. Patrick.
J. M. Taylor.
II. E. Williams.
It. M. Armstrong.
W. T. Hammonds.
J. ft. Jenkins.
J. A. Guthrie.
T. E. Murdaugh.
J. D. Womack.
PETTIT JCBY. NO. i.
B. A. Wardlow.
R. G. Harris.
K. M. Ernest.
W. A. Caruthers.
C. Jtf. Carter.
J. R. Bryant.
J. G. Vaugbau,
PETTIT JUBY. NO. 2.
S. G. Needham.
G. W. Tipler.
B. T. Marsh.
There will be a teachers' meeting
and school rally at the Hickory
Valley School House, Saturday,
May 10, 1903, commencing at 9
o'clock, with basket dinner.
by all the
a private citizen.
The following bill has been ln-
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troduced in the Pennsylvania legis-Xo. 10 467 770.5;
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lature bv E. M. Ilerbst. a democrat- t:0, 11
Section 1. Be it enacted, etc., No. 14
That in all cases where a person is No. 15
elected or chosen or shall act as a
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rlplpnratp t n nnr pftiifonfinn t r molo
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No. 16 221 ,
No. 17 345,
18 222 .
6ha!l have been previously instruct- No. 20 227 374 5i
ea by his constituency at any
primary or special election, uomina
ting convention or other organic
branch of any party organization
where such instructions are not in
consistent one with the other, to
vote for a certain candidate, said
delegate shall vote for said candi
date, so long as the said candidate
Ao. 21 380 027.00
Total number of scholars. 8,978.
Amount apportioned, $14,813.70.
Amount per scholar, $1.65.
D. W. McAnulty, Ctm.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood
someone has died from an attack of
colic or cholera morbus, often be-
shall be a candidate before the said fore medicine could be procured or
convention, and failure to so do a physician summoned. A reliable
shall be a misdemeanor punishable medy for these diseases should be
as hereinafter provided. fnJ fnnvnnp ,tn taVo r-iiam,o,i.,-a
.... . I w " " J v v a.vuw MUtlJ O
bee. 2. I hat in all cases where a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
persou is elected or chosen or shall dy has undoubtedly saved the lives
act as a delegate to any convention of raore people and relieved more
mm,Unnmin9Hnn fnr nfti,.- P31" and suffering than any other
, , , , ... medicine in use. It can always be
tin chll bura boan nrorriMicl it i n. I . J
UUDu.u11a,ulv.u vl3 depended upou. For sale bv Cor &
structed by his constituency at any Co., Bolivar; Bailey & Aldride,
primary or special election, nomina-1 baulsbury.
ting convention or organic
of any party organization, and j
where such instructions conflict and
are inconsistent one with the other,
then tbe instructions by the prima
ry or special election polling the
largest vote shall be deemed the
Roll of Honor.
The following have paid their
subscription to the Bulletin since
our last issue:
G. W. Tipler, Grand Junction
1. D. Prewitt Bolivar
i. a, uurreti Uolivar
A Startling Test.
To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt
of No. Mehoopany, Pa , made a
startling test resulting in a wonder
ful cure. He writes, a patient was
attacked with violent hemorrhages,
caused by ulceration of the stomach.
I had often found Electric Bitters
excellent tor acute stomacu and liv
er troubles so I prescribed them.
Tbe patient gained from the first,
and has not ba l an attack in 14
months." Electric Bitters are pos
itively guaranteed for Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Constipation and Kid
ney troubles. Try them. Only
50c at Cox & Co., Druggists.
Dead Letter List.
Dinaing one, ana saiuaeiegate snau p. d. Newbern Bolivar
vote for said candidate so long as J. A. Prewitt. Belton, Tex
he shall be a candidate before said N- . Ivenyon . ..Abbeville, Miss
convention. Ucilc,mUaU iunvar
. , ., J.u. I'irtle English, Tex
person who shall s tr rnnaa t?Ii,.,
violate any of tbe provisions of this I T' G p. . ' V , ,
J r I J . d. Carter Saulshurv
act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor d. M. McAnulty ... Hickorv Vallev
and shall upon conviction thereof E. S. Blaylock
be sentenced to nav a fine of five A. W. Knott
hundred dollars an undergo an im
E. B. Stewart. .
W P Ovprtnn
prisonuient not exceeding two years u McGowan
and shall be disfranchised for the Swink Bros....
period of five years. R. G. Day
Sec. 4. All the acts or parts of L)r T- I reaitt. .Grand Junction
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ur. a. i. urauiora
Royse City, Tex
Cotton Plant, Ark
It. It. Crawford Middleton
J. W. Wilkes Whiteville
acts inconsistent with the provisions
of this act are hereby repealed.
Following is the sensible com
ment of Hon. W.' J. Bryan, in the
Commoner of May 1st, on the
This bill is the very out growth a Persistent Cough, but Perma
t iii f nentiy uurea Dy uuamber
nt a VPru 111 null A flo nf in lii-onrn. I . J . J
. r Jam,s c h Remedy
DCUfcauu. cue- .-uuntdu cuu- Mr. II. P Barbage, a student-at
veunuu ui ii,si )m a number oi iaWi la Greenville, S. C. had been
delegates who had been instructed troubled for lour or five years with
to vote foi John P. Elkin for govern- a continuous cough which he says,
or were in some way brought to the
Unclaimed letters remaiuing in
Bolivar, Hardeman County, Post
Office, May 1st, 1903:
Mr. John Alison, (2) Mrs. Ellen
Ammons, Ofiiia Brint, Mrs. Lizzie
Birmingham, Mrs. Francis Clay,
MissE V. Cross, Mr. Lessie Dugan,
Mr. M. C. Dugan, Miss Jurit Doset,
Mr. G. W.. Drake, W. T. Evns,
C. M. Farns, Mr. J. Faust, Miss
Mamie Narleu, J. B. Longford, Mr.
E D. Miller, Miss Jane Nuckle,
Mr. P. S. McNeal, Mrs. Pink Mc-
Caskill, Mr. John Norinent, Mr
George Polk, II. L. Scott, Miss
P. R. L. E. Sarsh, Mr. G. M
Williams, Frank Warren.
Joii-f Redd, P.M.
There is an aching and tired feel
ing; the liver, bowels, and kidneys
become sluggish and inactive, the
digestion impaired, with little or no
appetite, no ambition for anything,
and a feeling that the whole body
and mind needs toning up. The
trouble is, that during winter, there
has been an accumulation of waste
matter in the system. Ilerbine will
remove it, eecure to the secretions a
right exit, and by its tonic effect,
fully restore the wasted tissues and
give strength in place of weakness.
50c. at Cox & Co's , Bolivar.
Welcotno address, D.
! Music by orchestra,
j Improved Schools, general discus
sion led by T. F. Murdaugh.
j Who is the real teacher? General
; discussion led by D. E. Bishop.
Music by orchestra.
School discipline, general discus-
sion led by D. F. Osteen.
Chorus singing, music by orches
tra. Moral training, Mis. Eloise Mil
ler. Life and the school, Ernest Mc
The bad boy and the love sick
girl, general discussion led by J.
School consolidation, Frank S.
Kindergarten - Methods, Miss
1 he taults of teacher, pupil and
parent, J. D. McLeran.
How may all help in
ment for better schools
man County? General
M usic by orchestra and closing
This will be the last meeting of
the teachers before the Summer In
stitute and it is especially request
ed tnat every teacher who possibly
can will attend. Everybody come
and bring a basket of dinner.
Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Still
water, Minn., after having spent
over 2,000 with the best doctois
for stomach trouble, without relief,
was advised by his druggist, Mr.
Alex Richard, to try a box of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. He did so, and is a well
man today. If troubled with indi
gestion, bad taste in the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation,
give these Tablets a trial, and you
are certain to be more than pleased
with the result. For sale at 25 cents
per box by Cox & Co., Bolivar;
Bailey & Aldiidge, Saulsbury.
District No. 7.
Cotton planting has not been
finished. Corn is a poor stand and
Mr. John Warren and wife, of
Bolivac, visited Mrs Mary Sain re
C. It. Owen and family were guests
of A. F. Hazlegrove Saturday and
J. J. Hazlegrove was in the
neighborhood last week on business.
W. T. Clift sold $52.00 worth of
meat in Bolivar last week.
W. T. Hammonds is attending
court this week.
Will Wheatley, of Fulton, Ky.,
spent Sunday with friends.
Your correspondent is sorry to
report tbe illness of W. II. Ham
"The line's busy," replied the
washlady who was asked to hang
out another hamperful of clothes.
'Theyre talking now," replied
the man who was acked about his
wife and mother-in-law.
'In trouble,',' was the answer
when a man wanted to see an ac
quaintance who had lately been
"Get your party?" a9ked the man
who saw William J. Bryan return
from running frantically after a
fleeing band of whiskered Populists
"In a minute," replied the smart
Aleck who was asked where were
the last sixty seconds.
"Number please?" said the Utah
court clerk, when tue prisoner ad
mitted that he had more than one
wife. Baltimore American.
Only the lawless cry out
When a mau snores he ought to
be rapped in a slumber.
Black seems to be the swell color
for eyes this season.
. It is mighty easy for so.ae men to
forget that they are houest.
Women jump at conclusions
particularly the conclusions of
If the couceit were taken out of
some men their friends would be!
unable to identify the remains.
You can get more wind out of a
10 cent fan than you cau out of a
$10 one and the same may be said i
of a 10 cent man.
Men and bad eggs are all right
till they go broke.
If you would take pains try the j
Two court injunctions are equiva
lent to a pair of suspenders.
Much of the world's proverty re
sults from lack of push.
Great men who die at the right aye
are most likely to get monuments.
- Occasionally a woman thinks her
figure is one of natuers miscalcula
tions. If some men knew a3 much as
they talk the encyclopaedia
would have to retire from business.
Some genius should invent a fly-
A Car Load of Buggies, Surries and
iAle v.-vLL rzzzwz mxz wccrC a. car 122.0. cr Du.cc; cc, sum:
cr. 3.mc. rhz
and uaafccu.ls, and can. make lev, pri
vriU have a variety cf styles and prices.
will be guaranteed to give satisfactory service. lATe also car
ry a nice line cf ap Jcbes, llfhips, 2Kand and DyCacKine
made harness, both single and dcuble. i we haven't what
you. want, we can. get it tor you. on snort notice as we
ing macniue tbatwill enable a mau 1 cf hz hzzi fadcrSe
iu uy iu me pinnacle or success
without haviug to climd the ladder
round by round. Chicago News.
On of the unique features of the
outfit of the Confederate Veterans
who will leave for New Orleans
from Nashville will be a largo hicko
ry nut to be worn by each member
of Troops A aud B on the lapel of
his coat. Ou one side of the nut is
carved a splendid imitation of the
Confederate fl3g, the stars and bars.
Oh either side of the flag are the
figures 61.05. Over the flag is ihe
word "Troop," and under the flag
the letter "A" or "B." On the op
posite side of the large "nut is the
following inscription: "Old Hicko
ry, Nashville, Teun."
The old soldiers are proud of this
unique and appropriate ornament
1 1 1 1
and ail will wear them as represen
tatives of the district in which the
famous President lived.
au ana see cur stocrc cerore
in the country
1AZe will so
SAVAGE & EMERSON
We have just received a nice let of Spring (Dry Goods, also
Shoes and Oxfords, made by the (Peters Shoe Co., of St. Louis,
whose goods always give satisfaction.
Jsice lot of Percales, Cheviots, Lawns and Washable Suit
support of Judge Pennypacker, who
at the last moment became the Quay
candidate. While the Pennypacker
nomination brought this question
prominently before the people of
that state, there have been other
instances of it, and these cases have
not all been confined to the re
The principle involved in the
bill is a correct one. According to
World Wide Reputation.
White's Cream Vermifuge has
achieved a world wide reputation
as being the best of all worm de
stroyers, and for its tonic influence
"greatly alarmed me. causing me to on wak and unthrifty children, as
fear that I was in the first stae of I n neutralizes the acidity or sour-
consumption." Mr. Burbage having I "f89 ot" the stomach, improves their
seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy J digestion, and assimilation of food,
advertised concluded tn irr if T i strengthens
- - -- - - - - w A. I
soon felt a remarkable change and
after using two bott'es of the twenty
five cent size, was permanently
cured." Sold by Cox & Co, Bolivar;
Bailey it Aldridge, Saulsbury.
their nervous system
and restores them to the health,
vigor and elasticity of spirits natu
ral to childhood. 25c at Cox & Co's.
Why the Editor Skipped.
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothiug is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but that is not
altogether true. Dr. Kiug's New
Discovery for consumption is a sure
cure for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousauds can testify to that.
Mrs. C. B. VanMetre, of Shepherd
town, W. Va., says: "I had a se
vere case of Bronchitis a. id for a
year tried everything I heard of but
got no relief. One bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery then cured
cured me absolutely." Ii'b in
fallible for Croup, Whooping
Courh, Grin. Pneumonia and Con
sumption. Iryit. It's guaranteed
by Cox & Co., Druggists. Trial bot- '
ties free. Ilesular sizes 50c. tl.00
General Crop Conditions.
Abnormally cool weather prevail
ed during most of the week, with
frosts on the 2lb, 29th, and the
1st and 2nd, mostly light, but heavy
in some sections 111 the Western Div
ision, where more or less injury to
tender veetalioh isreporte t. Light,
scattered showers fell on the 30th.
The favorable weather enabled far
mers to push forward the work of
planting and plowi-ng to a very
satisfactory extent. Early planted
corn is up witn generally poor
stands; rautii of the land will have
to be planted over; this is true also
of cotton, much of the seed failing
to germinate. Wheat shows some
improvement but in many sections
it has an unhealthy appearence
Oats and meadow grasses are look-
lug well, as a rule. Potatoes are up
Miss Ida. M. Snyder,
Treasurer of tlie
Brooklyn East nd Art Clnb.
" If women would pay more attention to
their health we would have more happy
wives, mothers and daughters, and if they
would observe results they would find
that the doctors' prescriptions do not
perform the many cures they are given
" In consulting with my druggist he ad
vised McElree's Wine of Cardui and Thed
ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it and
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."
"Wine of Cardui is a reerulator of the
menstrual functions and is a most as
tonishing tonic for women. It cures
scanty, suppressed, too frprnipnt. i
ular and painful menstruation, faUing
of the -womb, -whites and flooding. It
is helpful when approaching woman
hood, during pregnancy, after child
birth and in change of life. It fre-
Suently brings a dear babytohome9
lat have been barren for vram All
druggists have $1.00 bottles of Wine
rBlack and (Blue dotted deques, sS-inch, 10 cents per yard.
Ladies' Egytian Lisle Hose, 23 cents per pair.
For the Msn will say that we have a nice and complete line
of (Bhtcher Shoes, Hosiery and Suspenders. Also a beautiful
line of Spring Shirts and Underwear.
Yon are cordially invited to call and see our stock.
Ladies, don't forget our Oxfords. The moderate prices at
which we offer same will surprise you.
In the Grocery line , if in need of canned goods or any thing
else, let us price you, whether you buy or not.
We have on hand one box nice (Prunes, which we zvant to
close out at 8 13 cents per pound. Very Truly ,
itj. F MJxilurxsan & Sans.
O. T. INGRAM, President.
W. C. DORlON. Cashier.
JOHN Li. MITCHELL, Assia't Cashier,
BANK OF BOLIVAR,
, "TJirectoes G. T.-Ingram, II. W. Tate, Jno. L. Mitchell, ,
W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage, W. C. Dorion, Jm. P. Douglas.
1 Transacta a General Banking Business. Deposits Solicited. ' t
" Collections Made and Prompt Returns. Money to Loan on Reasonable Terms. I
.An editor of a 6mall American
paper recently stated lha he had
been kissed by one the most beauti-
A Boston preacher recently pro
claimed that no woman who wore
the wing of a bird upon her hat
couiu enter neaven. now about the 1 ful married women in th toa-r,
the democratic theory of govern- wool iu his coat, the beaver in his ' He promised to tell her name in the
ment a delegate renresents not him- Dat the kitl in nis gloves and the first issue of his paper next month.
self, but bis constituents, and a : notori,;t.T bJe n ia bonnet? Keep In two weeks tbe circulation of ,' it in the house all the time for it
misreoresentation of his constituents c " V',. 0 F - S. ms newspaper uouoieu. uut when cured me." tor sale by Cox & Co.,
misrepresentation ot his constituents brother, and clip your own wings a he gave the name of his wife he had Bolivar; Bailey & Aldridge, Sauls-!
is a blow at representative govern- bit. Brownsville States-Graphic. to leave town. ' bury. - j
A Farmer Straightened Out
iv man iiviug on a rarm near
here came in a short time ago com
pletely doubled up with rheumatism.
I handed him a bottle of Chamber
lains Pain Balm and told him to
use it freely and if not satisfied
after using it he need not pay a
cent for it," C P. Ryder, of Pattens
Mills, N. Y. "A few days later he
walked into the store as straight as
a string and handed me a dollar
saying, "give me another bottle of
Chambeilain's Pain Balm I want
THE SIGN OF M Vt
GOOD TAILORING 1
Your appetite is poor,
iWft(Wt' vour heart "flutters."
you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con
stipated, bad taste in the mouth ? If
not all of these symptoms,
then some of them? It's
Here is the great Oak
Easel now on display at
our store. It contains the
line of beautiful new spring
tailoring samples sent us by
STRAUSS BROS., Chicago
Good Tailors for ?6 Years
The Oak-Easel is the
connecting link between the
tailor and the faultlessly fin
ished garments which give
you so much pleasure to
wear. It's really a lesson
in good clothes buying to
see this great collection
of tailoring nojelties.
Prices low and satisfac
tion Absolutely vi eir.
rtteed. CaII toor ,
J. A. BARRETT.
I 1 T
containing no mineral or
narcotic poisons. It will correct
any or all symptoms, make your health,
appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents.
4f)jssLfjsjfsjk-j Ios' 5a Quanii-T- Eeft in Quality. f
For 20 Years Has Led a!J crm Remedies, iSSifflgJ
Low Rates Read.
Zzf The Bulletin has arranged
JXO. L. MITCHELL
with the Weekly Commercial Ap-j 0ffice ,n BaDk of Bolivar-
peal and the Home and Farm for a
continuation of the combination of
fer heretofore existing. Either of
these papers will be sent with tbe
The best phvsic: Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy
Bulletin one year for one dollar, ! to take; pleasant in effect. For sale
cash in advance. All subscriptions by Cox & Co , Bolivar; Bailey
must be sent to the Bulletin. Aldridge, Saulsbury.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
bottles. Does this record of 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.