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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Progress Telephone No. 17.
We are authorized to announce
T. F. Bishop as a candidate for
1 rustee of Hardeman County, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
Primary, March 15, 1904.
v-m r .
vv p are authonzHo: to announce
G M. Savaue as a candidate for
Trustee of Hardeman County, nun
ject to the action of th- Democrat
ic Primary, March 15, 1904.
We are authorized to announce
VV. T. Marsh as a candidate for
Trustee of Hardeman County, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
Primary, March 15, 1904.
We are authorized to announce
S. T. Smith as a candidate for re
election to the office of Sheriff of
Hardeman County, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary,
March 15, 1904.
We are authorized' to announce
J. II. Doyle as a candidate for the
office of Sheriff of Hardeman
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary, March 15,
m Local Newst
Will Joyner left Suuday for
School Supplies at Hud
son's. Mr. K. N. Mitchell visited
A. J. Coates was in Jackson
Monday on business.
Mr. J. S. Sasser, of Middleton,
was in town Monday.
Mrs. Jerome Hill and Miss
Irene Bond are in Memphis.
Captain V. C. Pirtle, of
Toane was over Monday.
Mr. J. Ivahn returned from
Memphis Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. E Mask is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Culleu Elliotte,
Mrs. E. B. Tate and Miss
Ophelia Bills were in Memphis this
Tom I' by, of Fulton, spent
Suuday in the city with bis numer
Dr. P. II McKinnie and wife,
of Hickory V.illey, were in town
Mrs. J. J. Taylor, of Philadel
phia, attended the funeral of her
mother, Mrs Hubert Caiter.
Bob Taylor will probably lec
ture here some lime in April.
Further particulars later.
Itev. Mr. Wells, of Jaeknon,
ezchauged pulpits with Krv. Nevill
Joyuer on last Suuday.
Miss Maggie Noinieut, of
Wbiteville, is visiting her brother,
Mr. Jesse .Norment.
Mr. Coe Hornsby and son, J.
A. Hornsby, of the 18ih district,
were in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Prewitt aud Miss Lula
Hurst, of Grand Junction, aie the
guests of Mrs. T. D. Prewitt.
Dr. T. E. Moore, who has been
quite sick for several weeks, we are
glad to learn is some better.
Mr. Jesse II. Franklin, we are
sorry to report, is very low and is
not expected to recover.
New Crop Garden Seed at
II. W. Lipsky, Dr. W. S.
Cock and Boyd Wynn, of Wbite
ville, visited Bolivar Monday on
We report with pleasure the re
covery of Mrs. N. T. Sammons,
who has beeu quite ill for several
Miss Rubye Bell, a fascinating
and beautiful young lady, of Hen
derson, is the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. K. C. Wilkinson.
Miss E. J. Joyner and a party
of her pupils from St. Katharine's,
attended the Patti concert in Mem
phis this week.
All who are in need of dental
work are invited to meet Dr Dick
son at Grand Junctiou next Mon
day and Tuesday, February 8th and
We have decided to handle
Heinz's line of Pickles, Cat
sups, and Sauces exclusively,
hence .we will offer at re
duced prices all other brands
W. J. Savage & Co.
Mr. Fra Thompson, editor of
the Eldon (Mo.) Eagle, was in Boli
var Friday on a visit to his kins
man, John A. McKinnie.
Mrs. Watson Kelsey, of Col
lierville, is attending ihe bed.-ide of
her brother, Mr. Jesse Franklin,
who is ill at his home in the 5th
Mr. Monroe McKinnie and Mies
Lucy Breeden were united in mar
riage Wednesday evening at the
home of ttie bridi father in the,
Miss Maggie Black has just re-
eeived a striking line of up to date
shirt waist sets, ntork pins, b:its
and hair ornaments. Call and see
Charles W. Harvey and Mi
Melvin C. Medlin, of the 4th dis
trict, were united in marriage, in
the County Court Clerk's office
Wednesday a;ternoon. Rev. J. G
Paints, Varnishes, Brush
es, Window Glas, etc,, at
Dr. J. D. Sasser, Jr., of Mid
dleton, was iu the city Monday on
business. While here he called on
the Bulletin and besides renewing
his subscription, left us a nice order
for job work.
W. A. Cheshire, of Red Fork,
Ark., a former citizen of Hardeman
County, was in the city Monday
on business. You will find his
name upou our Roll of Honor. He
has been a subscriber to the Bulle
tin for thirty odd years..
At the February term of
County Court G. II. McClendon
was a-ppoirited administrator of the
estate of J. J. McClendon; W. S.
Cock was appointed administrator
of the estate of Moses Campbell;
the will of Mrs. Nancy Dorris was
A full assort mfiit of Stock
and Poultry Powders, Med
icines, etc., at Hudson's.
The Bank of Bolivar has just
received a steel cabinet, containing
safety deposit boxes, for the safe
keeping of insurance policies, deeds,
bonds, mortgages, notes, stocks,
receipts and other valuable papers.
The cabinet will be placed in the
fire proof vault of the Bank, and
the boxes are offered for a reason
able rent to the depositors of the
Bank. To those who have valuable
papers and no safe place to keep
them, these boxes will be quite a
convenience The boxes are secur
ed by a guard key. Call at the
Bank and see them.
W R Newbeni, the prominent
planter of Spring Creek, was in
the city Thursday to mpet a dele
gation of colored gentry from
Alabama Mr. .Newbern left home
at 11.10 and at 12 o'clock he bad
his horse bitched and was standing
on the depot platform. "Talk
about your horseflesh." taid lie,
' but that's the best animal that
ever champed a bit, and I am not
talking for her sale, eilhet." When
broached about the talk of
his entering the political game, he
shook bis bead and said that there
were other things of more import
ance to him than politics. Lee
County (Ark.) Courier.
When in need of Tools of
any kind, huy the celehrated
"Keen Kutter,'' hrand, the
kind that is guaranteed.
Sold only by W. J. Savage
& Co., dealers in Hardware
of all kii.ds.
Oscar R. Siler, son of Mr.- and
Mrs. J. L. Siler, died at the home
of his parents near Uptonville,
Tbur day, Jan. 21, 1904, aged sev
en years and fourteen days. Little
Oscar was a bright boy, and was
tbe idol of bis fond parents. He
was seven years obi the day he was
taken sick. After lingering 14
days suffering with congestion the
angels came and carried him to his
borne beyond tbe skies where all is
joy, and sorrow shall be no more, he
sides bis parents, little Oear leaves'
behind to mourn bis deparluie four
bro hers and many other relatives
and friends Tbe bereaved ones
have much sjmpathj in their sor
row The funeral was conducted
by Rev W. D Siltr at Maple
Springs cemet rj wht-re the inter
ment took place lat Friday at 4
o'clock p.m. Jackson Dispatch
Book title contests aud contests
ad infinitum have been given by
the different entertainers in the so
cial world of Bolivar from lime to
time, but from Miss Mattje Cocb
rane's ferule bra'o ws evolved a
decidedly nove mode fr ntt i la-n-ing
the guests Abo met with her
Are receiving daily large stocks of Collars, Pads, f
Smooth Wire and all kinds of Hardware for the
Spring trade. ,vvv
We will soon have a car of Chattanooga Chill
ed Plows, also a car of Disc and Spike Tooth Har-
Irows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, etc. h h
We have manv specialties in Dry Goods, etc.,
j which we are offering at
5 -1 1 1 r
Lome ana see us oeiore
lt Fridav afternoon in honor of !
Mrs. E C. Boyd, of Covington.
Tbe alphabet was put on a blatk
board from which the names of 32
animals were to be gotten, no letter
to be duplicated in a word. Mrs.
R. E. Durrett won the prize. Each
guest was next called upon to draw
an animal suggested by tbe hostess.
lHtf-Mt artistic aleut was exhibited
wbi.-b had never been dreamed of,
causing much amusement. Tbe an
imal idea prevailed, as far as prac
ticable, in tbe delicious refresh
Clover, Grass, Oats, Gar
den Seeds, etc., at Ingram's.
Roll of Honor.
The following have paid their
subscriptions to the . Bulletin
withiu the past few days.
W. C. Dorion Bolivar
Mrs E. M Dorion .Memphis.
Dr U. W. Tate Bolivar.
Dr. R. W. Tate Bolivar.
Miss Clara Se vest re. . . .New York
Mrs. Mollie F. Moore
.....Grant, Ind. Ter.
Annex Western Hospital. . . Bolivar
J J. Anderson .Toone.
II. II. llerron Crainesville.
J. L. Siler Uptonville.
J. F. May ..Wbiteville.
John II. White Bolivar.
J. S. Sasser Middleton.
Dr J. D Sasser, Jr Middleton.
Mrs. Fanuie Williams
J. M. Johnson Toone.
Dr. P. F. Robertson. .Montell, Tex
W. P. Nuckolls Bolivar.
II. E. Dailey Hickory Valley
Dr. C. A. Manly .
M. A. Webb Wbiteville.
II. Pirtle. Tuone.
Dr. P. II . McKinnie. Hickory Valley
L. S Fleet
Fred Cl ilbonie
A E Futrell.. .
J J . I i ainlett . . .
W. A. Chesbier.
Dr. W. S. C ck
.Red Fork, Ark.
C. Pirtle . - Toone.
R D. Crews Hickory Valley.
R M. Ernest Hickory Valley.
Mrs Cora Darnel SuUbury.
T. L Ferguson. . ..Hickory Valley
C. C. Hainer (col ) Bolivar.
Monroe Carter Bolivar
J. A Hornsby.. Oj.ha.
C R Re nobis Memphis
Geo. W. Fawcett Opba.
The snow Sunday afforded great
sport for the young people.
Colds are very prevalent iu this
Misses Nauuie Avent and Pearl
Polk, of Memphis, were on our
Mrs. Mae Prewitt visited friends
in the country last week.
Miss Maggie H amnions visited
relatives near New Castle recently.
Mr. John R. McKinnie returned
to bis home in Jackson Suuday.
Mrs. L'zzie Rose is on the sick
list this week.
Mr W. E. Woodson, flagman on
the I. C. made a flying trip home
Miss Florence Armour visited
homefolks last Saluiday.
Mr. C. F. Woodson visited
Miss Annie Ferguson, of Ml
Comfort, has entered school here.
Glad to state that Miss Bessie
Woods was able to resume her
duties at Hogan's School Monday.
Mr. Thompson, of Missouri, is
visiting relatives here.
Carlxle Nuckolls was called home
Satunbi. on account of tbe illness
of bis u;i-le. Mr. Anderson.
Listen tir the "wedding bells."
The best physic. Once tried
ami you will alwas use Chamber
lain's siioitneh and Liver Tablels "
hays William A Girard. Prase. Vl
These Jabiets -tr the most prompt,
most p t and msi reliable
cathartic ii u-"1. F'r -a e In Cox
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maKing your purcnases.
Mrs R. A Carter, wife of R. S.
ty minutes past twelve o clock, :
January 30th, 1904, at her home in!
. . . . .
tbe 8th district of Ilaidetuan Coiui -
ty. She was born Nov. 8, 1827, in
Hhrdemao County near Bolivar,
and spent her entire life in and
near Bolivar. She was married to
R. S. Carter September 2, 1844.
Had she been spared to her devot
ed family a few months longer they
would have celebrated the 60ih an
niversary of their marriage. Elev
en children blessed this union, five
of whom had preceded her to the
better land. She was a daughter of
Thornton aud Nancy Jones, also of
Hardeman County. In 1857 she
professed faith in Christ and united
Aith the Biptist Church and was
ever after a faithful and devout
She is mourned by her husband
tnd six children aud a large number
of relatives and friends, for she was
eloved by all who knew her for
her kind heart and good deeds.
Many families can gratefully testify
to her efficient help iu nursing
their beloved ones. .May her beau
tiful christian life Le lout; remem-
The Philosophy of an Old Timer
Qtiolb the obi tuner: "Bobbie
Burns, the poet, fhowed a whole
bunch of wisdom when he wrote.
oh wail some power ihe giflie gi
iim, to see ourselves as itbtrs see us.'
If we only had that, we would be
mpatbizing with ourstd ves instead
of lamenting about the failings of
others. It's mighty queer bow-
ibis inability of judging ourselves
as individuals applies to us also a
a class. Mm is perpetually criti
cism" woman be sees faults in her
'ai,(j the cam? faults in man jo
by unnoticed. Take dress for ex
atnp'o it a womin s gown uoesn t
tit perfectly, be notices it ligtit
aw iy, while he and his hole hunch
of male fault-tinders may look like
a crowd of hand me downs, and he
can't si e a blessed thing wrong. He
insists on her lookiug trim and
swell, and forgets that be himself
vis a sort of an ad lor a mitii tail
j or." It's mighty queer, but it's a
tact, and the funniest thing about
it is that it never strikes him that
the very won. an he is criticising is
criticising him. If he could see
hims!f as she sees him. he would
be finding a good tailor in tbe place
of fi. iting fault. A slovenly-look
ing womau is an eye sore to man.
but. bo far. it hasn't dawned on the
majority of masters that a slovenly
drenseil man is an abhorrence in the
eyes of woman. Have your clothes
made to your own measure and by
a first class tailor. Ed V. Price ts
the man, and Will White will take
your measure correctly and guaran
tee the tit and workmanship Give
him a call and look at his spring
samples they are beauties.
Have the Agency for
all of the
In order to introduce them in this
section, they are making special in
ducements in price. Call on them
When you feel blue and that
everything goes wrong, take a dose
of Ch imbet Iain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Tdey will cleanse
and invigorate your stomach, regu
late your bowels, give you a relish
for your food and nuke yon feel
that in this old world is a good place
to live. For sale by Cox fc Co..
Boliva.; Bailey & Aldridge, Sauls
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. II. Haguius, of Melbourne, Fla.,
writes: "My doctor told me I had
Consumption aud nothing could be
dooe for me. I was given up to
die. The offer of a free trial bot
tle of Dr. Kt g's New Discoverv.
It sure-y saved nij life." .Tuts
great cure is guaranteed for all tlnoai
and lung diseases by Cox & Co .
Druggists Price 50c and 1 1. 00
Trial UoitltB.f ree.
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THE BOLIVAR BULLETIN,
W. II. Harrell et als , vs. the un
known heirs of Dolly Bass and
Elizabeth Leathers Petition to
sell land for division. No. 1529
R L). In the Coi nty Court of
Hardeman County, Tenn.
In this cause ii appearing from
the bill, which is sworn to, that the
names and residences of the defen-
dants, the unknown heirs of Dolly
Bass ami Ehzibeth Leathers, are un-
known and cannot be ascertained
after diligent inquiry. It is there-
lore ordered that publication be
made for four consecutive weeks in
the Bolivar Bulletin', a newepa
per published in the towu of Bol-
var, 'Hardeman County, Tenn.,
ommanding said defendants to ap
pear and defend this pelitiou on or
oefore the first Monday in March
next, before the Clerk and Master
of said Court, at his office iu Bol
ivar, or the same will be taken for
confessed and set for hearing ex
parte. This Jany. 27, 1904.
T. D. PREWITT, C. & M.
A. J. Coates, Solicitor.
Sheriff's Sale of Land.
V. B Smith, administ;ator of J.
d. Smith, deceased, vs. J. V. Tay
lor In the Circuit Court of Har
deman County, Tenn.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni
, xponas, issued to me by the Cir
. Nit Court of HardeifTan County,
Tenn , I will on Saturday, the 13th
Uv of February, 1904, within le
iXal hours, proceed to sell at the
west door of the courthouse, in the(
t iii of Bolivar, Tenn., at public
outcry to the highest bidder for
ca-h, tbe undivided interest of de-j
femTant, J. W. Taylor, in and to
he following described land, to'-wit: i
One tract of 190 acres, situated
i-. tbe 14th civil district of ll.rde
inan County, Tenn., known as the
w. II. 1 a lor tract, and ou w men
be, tbe said W II. Taj lor, livnl
formauy years belore his death,
ind bounded as follows, to-wit:
On the north by the lands of James
Young, on tbe south by the lands
t iiatbelonged to the estate of Har
dv Gibson, deceased, on the east by
tbe lands of J. L and V. A Gib
son, on t'-e west by the lands of
Charley Maroney together with
all the improvements thereon.
Tbe above interest in said laud
was levied on as property of defend
ant, J. W. Taylor, and ordered sold
by tbe Circuit Court of Hardeman
C"unty at its January term, 1904.
to satisfy a judgment iu favor of
plaintiff. W. B. Smith, administra
tor of J. M Smith, deceased, for
the sum of $18 .24 with interests
and costs. This January 19, 1904
S. T. SMITH, Sheriff.
The Dunlap Springs,, a sum
iner res irt and watering place,
situated three miles south of
Bolivar, Tennessee, with never
failing mineral springs, is for
About 281 acres of land. Cot
taes furnished read? for occa
pancy. Thirty rooms Dlniuu
room and necessary furuiture.
Office. Dancing Pavillion, Ten
Din Alley, Mill, Sfjre House
Barhrr Shop, and many otloi
conveniences. Furniture and
improvements new and in good
Tbe present owners offt-r this
tttrai'tive nlace for sale at lts-
tbau one fourth the original cosi
mi a quick buyer. To be sol'
for division Come and lo ik a'
ibis property. You will be
.leised with it. Write to
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