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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Progress Telephone No. 17.
Mr. Aubrey Kahn is in Mem
phis on business.
Mr. I. M. Emerson left Satur
day for Dallas, Tex., on business.
Miss Mary Lake returned
Memphis ou Saturday morning.
Mrs. W. T. Thompson, of
Whiteville, entertained very
pleasantly Tuesday evening in
honor of her guest, Miss Worrell,'
I have recently bought and refitted the Estes Gin,
near the railroad, and am prepared to gin Cotton and Lei f.
Several new subscribers havei
been added to our list this week.
To the Chairman of the County Court of Hardeman County, Tennes
see As Trustee of said Countv. I resnectfullv submit the following
Bolivar who attended were Messrs. J statement of collections and disbursements from July 1, 1902, to July
II. 15. Manly, Knox Tate, Willi 1 1903, on all the revenue accounts:
White and Vernon Kinnie. j state" revenue.
-Attorney D. E Iii.hop made , Amount Tax Books 1902 . $7,460 48 ' grind Com (Ml short notice. First daSS WOrk and
ins iiKiKien Mjeeirii rnt av. asHifr.-i iv smnnni uptoM on owl I 'nTnidrniior n itsi rt-
ins the Attorney General in prose
cutinj? Richard and Will Hunt. Balance 1902 Tax due State 999.48
charged with murder in the second school fund.
...b., -u.UB - tuMTnuug t j , 1902. amount due School Fund ... iojr.
them The speech was highly Amount Receipts from July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903 2o'652.1
compiimemeu anu me ornuani
young barrister starts out with a
It's a poor wedding
tnat nasn t a hitch in it.
Brokers who sell short aud
for a fall often get a hard one.
Wise is the married man who
keeps his private opinions to him-
Mrs. Lucie Coates of White- promising future.
Amount expended from July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903 20,341.9
ville, is visiting Mrs. Anna Coates.
J. A. Wilson Jr., and Hamlin
Williams visited Whiteville Sun
Mrs. Stuart returned Sunday
from a visit to her daughters in
Miss lenniei irtle is visiting
the family of Mr. J. A. Moore, of
JLook up your old winter
clothes and brine: them to
me and have them cleaned
and pressed, make them look
almost as good as ne v. 1
also do dyeing. Bring me
your work. Will. White.
The primary school in East
Fulton began its fall session this
morning with the brightest
July 1, 1903, balance due School Fund
Julv 1, 1902, amount due Countv Fun 1
Amount receipts from July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903,
Amount expended from July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903
July 1, 1903, balance due County Fund
ROAD FUND. '
prospects. Twenty-seven little
Mrs. Geo. Warren and mother, children were there as charter
Mrs. McDaniel, are visiting in members and others will attend
Saulsbury. later. The teacher, Miss Frances
-Mrs. Bettie Anderson, of stai began work in earnest today
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Toone. visited relatives here the auu lue Vulnia are U1SU1V "engnie.i
October 1, 1902, amount due Road Districts .$1. 71 1.64
Amount received of Road Commissioners 10 62
Amount expended from October 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903 1,761.80
first of the week.
Mrs. Fannie Smith, of Mem
phis spent several days with rela
tives here this week.
Walter Lockraan and sou, Will,
spent several days in Dyer Station
last week on business.
Miss Eva Curliii left Tuesday,
work. Fulton Daily
July 1, 1903, due Trustee from Road Districts 39.54
Road Taxes for year 1902 to be credited in settlement October. 1903.
anu not reported in aoove.
Mrs. C. M. Wellons entertained
with a course luncheon on Satur
day evening last. Each sentence
of the guests' during the luncheon ber, 19C3
hour had to begin with the letter
representing the course beiug served,
Trustee's commissions for 1002 Taxes included in above balances - and
some warrants paid before July 1, 1903, that are not included in above
Sworn to and subscribed to before me, this the 15th day of Septem
W. 11. I ate, Chairman pro tern.
By J. P. Mitchell, Deputy Trustee.
R. N. MITCHELL, .Trustee.
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Mr. R. E. Durrett left the first K w FJ " wu,uu ul8a man, Miss., where he goes to take !
of the week for Chicago and St. U8ie "iacK won a oumeu picture charge of the city hools. Prof
ijouis 10 ouy iau goous. - - - uomn nas oeen a resident or our
t Hazlerove of Venire facias was issued Tues- county for the pat four years, two
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r;o,t o.nt s,1ot7 itu Olo- y iroiu me omce ui me u mien years as principal 01 wooaiaiui
tives in the neighborhood.
Four Thousand in Gold Stolen.
Ernest Siler, son of Esq J. J.
Siler, of the 18th district, entered
the Public School Mondav.
States marshal iu Memphis for the Academy, Saulsbury, and two yearn
attendance of the people named as principal of the Bolivar High
therein, out of whom a Federal School. lie has also served as
grand jury will be chosen for the president of the Hardeman County
term of the Lederal Court to be Institute, and in .each and all of
Miss Lizzie Mitchell, assistant held in Jackson, Tenn., begiuuiug these positions he has rendered
in the public school at Henderson, October 26, 1903: The following efficient and faithful service, lie
spent Sunday at the Hospital. are from Hardeman County: F. S. is thoroughly qualified and has done
Ir8 p ftl. Smith is in Jackson Blaylook, Jeff Wafford, James much toward the advancement of
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attending- the bedside of her w,oor iU -ferry, rieicLer euucauonai raauers in our conmy.
The following telegram appeared
in the Memphis papers of Friday:
Jackson, Tenn., Sept. 101L
Nearly $4,000 in gold was stolen
since Saturday from a box in the
store of J. R. Cottongiu, a wealthy
merchant at Teague, a small station
oji the Illinois Central railroad,
about sixteen miles from Jackson.
His son, Mack Cottongin, and Bob
Harris, a farmer, are missing.
Search is beiug made for them."
Card of Thanks.
daughter, who is sick with fever.
Mrs. W. P. Day moved last
week to Jackson, where she expects N.Polk, one of the best
to reside with her daughter in the known and most popular citizens of
Bishop, J. W. Tale, J. M. Avant, Our people regret the departure of
B. II. Norton, Joseph Lake. him and his talented family.
Vice-chairman W. II. Tate
presided over County Court- this
week in the absence of Chairman
J. W. Barber, of Brighton,
renn.. who has been on a visit to
I church, Birmingham, of which he
was vestryman, and the remains
were buried at Gadsden, Ala., by
the side of his wife.
relatives here for the past week, re- held Sunday afternoon at St. Mary's
Miss Velma Kiunie left this
week for Des Arc, Ark., where she
goes to accept a position in the
public school of that place.
The first rain in a month fell
Wednesday eveuing. Thursday
morning the thermometer dropped
about 25 degrees and fires were
Dr. S. Dickson wiil visit
Middleton Tuesday and Wednesday,
Birmingham, died in that city sud
denly last Saturday. He had been
in excellent health, but while over- New York Sept. 14 The
heated, drank ice water, which is TJni ted States transport Kil-
supposed to have caused his death, patrick, which arrived Satur
He was born and reared in Bolivar Uav from Manila with the
aud was a son of the late Horace bodies of 302 American
101K. ine runerai services were o diprs. Ki oi pirrifir in
and 23rd. All
who are in need of dental work are
invited to meet him.
W. F. McCarley, claim agent
of the'Illinois Central, attended
court Monday. He is recovering
from a dangerous operation recent
ly performed in Chicago.
A negro woman by the name
of Minnie Paterson was accidentally
shot and killed near Grand Junction
Monday by Will Low, colored.
The two were playing with a pistol.
Circuit Court adjourned Wed
nesday evening. Several of the
most important cases were contin
ued until the next term. Five
prisoners were sentenced to the
Mr. Luther E. Hammonds, an
intelligent and ambitious young
man of our County, left Monday
for Nashville to euter the law de
partment of Vanderbilt University
for a two years' course.
Mr. D. M. Galloway, of Nash
ville, Ark., was in the county this
week on a visit to his mother, Mrs.
Patsy Galloway, of the Saulsbury
neighborhood. Mrs. Galloway is
in ber 83rd year.
W. T. Clift, o.ie of our good
citizens, renewed his subscription to
the Bulletin last week For
more than twenty years he has
beeu a subscriber, keeps up with
the expiration of his subscription
anl always pays in advance.
battle or bv disease in the
Philippine Islands, began
unloading its burden of dead
to-day. The coflins 'were
hoisted one by one from the
Mrs. McAnulty. wife of vessel s hold and the boxes
Esquire D. W. McAnultv, Chair- were laid out in a long line
man of the County Court, died on the pier. On the end OI
Monday morning at her home in each bos was a card giving
Hickory Valley, of par .lysis. De- the name, rank, company and
ceased had been an invalid for regiment of the soldier whose
manv months and bravelv bore her body it contained. 1 WO
sufferings without a murmur. She placards were alSO pasted on
was a noble, christian woman, a each box, one of which read
daughter of the late Dr. Robert
Moorman. The remains were
buried at Mt. Comfort, Rev. Wm.
Norment officiating at the funeral
service. Her husband and seven
children survive, who have the sin
cere sympathy of a large circle of
"This box contains the re-
mains 01 a united btates
soldier, express charges for
transportation of which from
New York to destination will
be paid by the United States
Quartermaster at New York
The second read:
'For sanitary reasons this
case must not be opened.'
The remains of Emmett
A. Doyle, a member of the
Mr. F. S. Luther and family
left this week for Pueblo, Colorado,
their future home, where Mr.
Luther has accepted an important
and lucrative position with the
Rugby Primrose Coal Corapa-
nr. Mr. Lnthpr has hppn a rps
ident of Bolivar since 1885. For hospital Orps, WHO died in
three years he was connected with the Philippines, March 11,
the drug firm of Savage & Emerson, 1902, was among the above
s prescriptions. v nen ine llst ot dead. The UOdV ar-
Western Hospital for the Insane ti:.t.,
ITT ii 1
severed his connection with the . J 0
,w0 .,,fl(;n.,i s,m .t. jcarncd 10 ine nomc 01 ins
responsible position of Steward of mother, Mrs. fcarah Uoyle.
the Hospital. He has since held In the afternoon funeral
the place and discharged the many services were conducted by
n . m at
anu varieci amies wnn creuit. A rp T AT t i,o.
naal irl ti mn rP luiatnnaa V r a n a ci rx 1 1
, ,. , , Methodist (Jhurch, in the
presence of a large number
through his bands within the past
fourteen years, and iu transacting it
he has looked alone to the state's
interest. Mr. Luther is not only a
most competent and capable bu linees
man, but he is a. high toned gentle
man, in every sense the word implies,
He and his estimable wife and in
teresting family will be missed in
our community, in social and re-
of friends and the remains
were laid to their final rest
in Union Cemetery, beneath
a bank of beautiful flowers,
contributed by loving friends
to the memory of this noble
ligious circles. They leave scores , young man who died at his
of friends, who wish for them i . e , . . ...
health, haooiness and Drosoeritv in' Post 01 aui ,n a distant
a& t: t j
their Colorado home.
We desire to express our grati
tude to our many friends who were
so helpful to us in our late bereave
ment. Our hearts go out in love tp
you for sympathy and most efficient
help in our time of need and sorrow.
D. W. McAnulty and Family.
My house and lot in Bolivar.
Residence in good repair, has five
rooms, and an outhouse with two
rooms. Lot contains five acres of
rich land. Price $700 00. A
bargain, aud will make a good,
comfortable home for anybody.
Insolvent ' Notice.
Having this day suggested to the
Clerk of the County Court of Har
deman County, Tennessee, the insol
vency of the estate of Lot Pirtle
dee'd., all persons having claims
agaiust said estate are notified to
file same duly authenticated with
the County Court Clerk on or before
the 12 day of March, 1904, and all
persons owing said estate will settle
with the undet signed.
W. M, Seddens,
satisfaction guaranteed. Public patronage respect
I will continue to pay the highest market price for
Cotton Seed. wJOHN REDD.
. C. JR. II. TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, July 5, 1903.
W, A. HOUSE, Agent
WRITE FOR LARGE
CALL WHEN IN THE CITY.
I J. N.MULF0RD, Jeweler j
! MEMPHIS, TENN. j
: ' j
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bough!
J JXO. L. MITCHELL
I Notary Public.
Office In Bank of Bolivar. Bolirar, Tenn.
If a man is unable to stand
prosperity he should sit down and
A manless baby carriage would
fill a long-felt want in some popu
lous community. .
It isn't what a mau doesn't
possess that makes him poor, but
rather what he wants.
You can judge a woman pretty
well by the pictures she bangs on
her parlor walls.
No person is so punctual when it
comes to keeping appointments as
the bill collector.
When you want a physic that is
mild and gentle, easy to take and
certain to act, always u9e Chamber-
lam's btomach and Liver Tablets.
For sale by Cox & Co.. Bolivar:
Bailey and Aldridge, Saulsbury.
Change of Firm.
Between Bolivar and New Hope
Church last Tuesday night, one
small gold watch, with name of
"Jettie" on case. Finder bring to
Bulletin office and receive reward.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
U W A- I I V4 I - I II 1 I I II III m-M I I I I m- I B-av:! Ill IUII IT IUI BV4irVIl III III I V m
11 u uui v j Muuguu iuu muoituu sji uxxi a j.u.1 uuiugu xu uuv 1 nas world-wide lame tor mar
Livery business, and desire to inform the public that werC,Ji.ii.,o,3t".;
will continue to keep first class turnouts at reasonable a,m c"t8,cI,r8; Bl"' Soi''
I Sores. Chapped Hands Skin Jiirup-
rat.fis. Wr hnnp. t.n Tnp.rit. a r.nntinnatinn of thft libftral tions: infallible for Piles. Cure
I trnarantppii Onlc Qff at. C,n Ar. f!o. .
patronage accoraea tue oia nrm, ior wmcn we return Druggists
I. M. EMERSON & SONS.
, Wi have recently re
newed arrangements with
Commercial Appeal and
the Home and Farm to
send the BULLETIN and
either of the above men
tioned papers one year for
one dollar, or all three one
year for one dollar and
twenty-five cents, when
paid for in advance.
Subscription must be sent
j through the Bulletin,
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.
A Boy's Wild Ride For Life.
With family around expecting
him to die, and a son riding for
life, 8 miles, to get Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, W . II. Brown,
of Leesville, Iud., endured death's
agonies trom asinma: but this
wonderful medicine gave instant re
lief and cured him. He writes: "I
now sleep soundly every night."
Like marvelous cures of Consump
tion, Pneumonia, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds and Grip prove its
matchless merit for all Throat and
ng troubles. Guaranteed bottles
50c and 1.00. Trial bottles free at
Cox & Co's.
WANTED FAITHFUL PERSON TO TRAVEL
aod supervise force of salespeople and make collect -ions
for manufacturing bouse. Straight salary
J 20.00 a week and expenses. Salary paid weekly
and expense noney advanced. Previous ex
perience unnecessary. Local territory. Business
successful. Position permanent. Enclose self
addressed envelope. Superintendent, 324 Dear
born street, Chicago.
Your appetite is poor,
your heart "flutters,"
you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con
stipated, bad taste m the mouth ? If
not all of these symptoms,
then some of them? It's
1 1.-1 111 II I 1
"V .ia7 11 V III II I J.
13 I rly i.
What Is Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do know that it is under
strict law. Abuse that law even
slightly, pain results. Irregular
living means derangement of the
organs, resulting in Constipation,
Headache or Liver trouble. Dr.
King's New Life Pills quickly re
adjust this. It's gentle, yet
thorough. Only 25c at Cox & Co'a
21 Years a Dyspeptic.
R. II. Foster, 318 S. 2d St.,
Salt Lake City, writes; 4I have
been bothered with dyppepsia or in
digestion for 21 years; tried many
doctors without relief; recently I
got a bottle of Herbine. One bot
tle cured me. I am tapering off on a
second. I h ive recommended it to
my friends; it is curing them, too."
! 50c at Cox fc CoV.
containing no mineral or j
narcotic poisons. It will correct
any or all symptoms, make your health,
appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents.
Sold by COX 5f COMPANY.
IT T ft? WHITE S CREAM
VV OK.JV1CS! VERH1IFUG
Host in Quantity.
Best la Quality.
Fcr 20 Years Has Led dl Worn? Remedies.
soxx 13 "32" alij dhuggists.
JAMES F. BALLARD. Si
Sold by COX & COMPANY.
State of Tennessee') Shack Jones
Hardeman CountyJ Nathan Beard ,aliasXat Beard.
In this cause it appearing by affidavit that the
defendant Nathan Beard alias Xat Beard, is justly
indebted to the plaintiff and is a non-resident of
the State, so that the ordinary process cannot be
served upon him and an original Attachment
having been returned by serving garnishment on
L C. K. K. before me, it is therefore ordered that
publication be made in the Bolivar Bcllbtis, a
newspaper published in the ton-n of Bolivar, for
four consecutive week, commanding the said
Nathan Beard alias Nat Beard, to appear before me
orsomeotherJusticeofthePc.ee of said county
at my office at Grand Junction, Tennessee, on
Monday, the 31st day of August at 10 o'clock, A. M.
1903 and make defence to said cmt against him, or
it will be proceeded with exparte.
Oft). W. TIPLER.
This July 27,1303.
Having this day suggested to the
Clerk of the County Court of Har
deman County, Tenn., the insolven
cy of tba estate of B. F. Huddles
ton, deceased, all persons having
claims against said estate are noti
ced to file same duly authenticated
with the County Court Clerk on or
before Ftbruary 15, 1904, and all
persons owing said estate will settle;
with the undersigned.
This August 11, 1903.
R. N. Mitchell.
for your new Fall g-arments.
It is thfe only proper and sat
isfactory wavof buying-your
clothes, being- that "GOOD
CLOTHES ARB ALWAYS
MADE TO ORDER." Make
your selection from the tail
oring line of
Chicago, Est. 1877
Good tailors for over a quarter century
You'll find a world of pleas
ure in wearing' the clothes
made by Strauss Bros.,
faultless in style, fit, finish
and materials. They're so
much better than the ordi
nary run of clothes, yet
prices are astonishingly low,
and your perfectly safe in or
dering, because if garments
are not satisfactory, you
needn't take them. WE
WILL EE PLEASED TO
SHOW YOU OUR GREAT
LINE OF SAMPLES
J. A. BARRETT.