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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Hugh "Williams, Editor.
Friday, July 29, 1904.
Sheriff S. T. SMITH.
Tbustei-T. F. BISHOP.
Cono bbss M. R. PATTERSON.
Governor JAMES B. FRAZIEP..
Secretary or Statb J. W. MORTOX.
Statb Treasurer REAU E. FOLK.
Comptroller FRANK DIBBRELL.
Railroad Commissioner B. A. ENLOE.
We are authorized to announce H. E. CARTER
as a candidate for reelection to the Legislature
from Hardeman County, subject to the action of
the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce J. A. DEMIXG,
of Chester County, as a candidate for Floater from
the Twenty-fourth Floterial District, composed of
the counties of Chester, Haywood and Hardeman,
subject to the action of the Democratic Party.
W are authorized to announce CHARLES W.
ANDERSON, JR., of Hay wood County, as a can
didate for Floater from the Twenty-fourth Floteri
al District, composed of the counties of Chester,
I fay wood and Hardeman, subject to the action of
the Democratic Party.
Don't fail to be present at the
election next Thursday.
Georgia's first new bale of cot
ton of the season was put on the
market last week and brought 15
Tub next reporter that announces
the usual morning plunge of Judge
Parker into the Hudson, should be
thrown In after him with a rock
around his neck.
The convention made no mistake
Who can not vote for Alton Brooks
Parker is no Democrat. He will
carry New York. New York will
carry New Jersey and Connecticut.
The South will carry itself. If Tom
Taggart does not carry Indiana we'll
bans him. Then there is Wisconsin
where's Vilas? What is the mat
ter with "Dave" Ross and "Ed"
Wall, and that delightfully delight
ful bad boy's delightful father.
George Wilbur Peck? Across the
Missouri, Colorado, Montana and
Utah; over on the Pacific ! Don't
everybody speak at once. Elect the
ticket! You bet we'll elect the
ticket! Face to the foe eyes to
the target. Every Democrat in his
place. No mouthing and no mon
key business. No nonsense about
either "73 or '96. Fools to the rear!
Braves to the front! March!-Louis
ville Courier Journal.
Delegates to the Senatorial and
Floterial conventions are to be elect
ed at the primary on the 4th of
"August. Hardeman will have a
greater number of votes in both of
these conventions than any other
county composing the districts,
hence her delegates will be an lm-
Dortant factor in naming tne nom-
iness. It is a foregone conclusion
that the nominees " will be elected,
and will participate in the democrat
ic caucus, which will elect a United
States Senator from Tennessee.
There are two aspirants for this
honor, the present incumbent, Hon
Wm. B. Bate, and Mr. McMillin.
The democracy of Hardeman Coun
ly is overwhelmingly in favor of
Senator Bate's reelection, and his
friends should see to it that none
but outspoken Bate men are placed
on the ticket for delegates to the
above mentioned conventions.
CONGESSMAN PATTERSON, of Mem
Tihi. has shown that he is made of
the proper grit. Plying his craft as
a lawyer, he engaged to defend the
mpn who murdered the officers of
the law. He was widely criticised
and the public demaned that he have
nothing to do with their cases. Con
scious of the absolute rectitude of
his position he declined to besmirch
his professional honor by deserting
trip mpn he had sworn to defend to
the best of his ability. This act re
quired moral courage, but Patter
son rose the occasion and showed
that he is not a little, whimpering
wpaklinj? that bends to the blow of
every passing breeze. All honor to
Patterson. After the
inflammation of the moment shal
have passed away and an unperturb
ed judgment brought to bear on
tho matter, his friends will honor
him for his bravery and the criticism
nf his nnlitieal enemies redound to
his own good. Brownsville States
To the Voters of the 24th Floterial
Certaiu reports are being circu
Iatcd concerning my position upon
the Adams Law, and some requests
have been made that I make an ex
planation through the press.
I have always been in favor of
the bill, and am opposed to its re
peal in any form, and I shall do all
in my power to extend its provis
ions in such a way as will redound
to the best interests of the temper
Wherever I have been and in ev
ery interrogation, I have frankly
stated my position on the question.
Continued sickness in my. family
prevents me making a personal ap
peal to each of you, and I can only
trust my interests, in your hands.
It you eee fit to honor me with your
suffrage, I shall always be found
working for the welfare of my con
stituency. Gentlemen, I pat my claims in
your care and trust that you will
give me your support in the com
ing primary. You will never re
gret your course.
Yours to serve,
To the Voters of tte 26th Senatorial
".In the interest of harmony in the
democratic party of this District
and the further fact that I have
neither the time nor the inclination
to make a personal canvass of Har
deman County, I have concluded to
withdraw from the race for State
Thanking my friends for the
kindness shown me and the support
extended, and wishing the success
of democracy from Parker, down,
J. T. Baenhill.
Bolivar, Tenn., July 27, 1904.
RULES FOR DEMOCRATIC PRI
MARY, AUGUST 4, 1904.
1st. All male white democrats who are or will
be 21 years old on the 8th day of November, 1904 J
and who are qualified to rote, and who will support
the nominees, shall be allowed to rote in the dis
trict in which tuey live. If no election is held in
their district, they may vote in any adjoining dis
trict. Polls to be opened at 9 o'clock turn., and
closed at 4 o'clock p.m. The District Committee
man is to act as officer of said Primary Election
and judge in conjunction with two other democrats
hereinafter appointed judges and two clerks. If
any officer appointed refuses to serve, then said
Committeeman may appoint others to act in said
2nd. All officers before entering upon the dis
charge of their duties shall be sworn according to
law (see Section 1185 Shannon's Code Tennessee
for oath) and said Primary shall be held subject to
the provisions of the Primary Election Law.
3rd. All tickets voted in said Primary shall be
of uniform size, on plain white paper, three inches
wide and seven inches long, with the names of
parties to be filled : and we hereby submit a ticket
to be followed:
Delegates to Senatorial Convention
Delegates to Floterial Convention
4th. The returns of said Primary shall be sent.
together with both poll lists and tally sheets signed
by the officer, and all to J. A. Foster. Chairman, at
Bolivar, Tenn., on or before Monday, August 8th
1904, when the County Committee will meet at
the Courthouse in Bolivar, Tenn., canvass the vote
and declare the result. The candidate for Repre
sentative receiving the greatest number of votes
shall be declared the nominee of the party. The
candidate receiving the greatest number of votes
for State Senator and Floater in said Primary shall
be declared the choice of Hardeman County for
5th. That each District be allowed one vote in
the Senatorial and Floterial conventions for each
50 votes cast and fraction over 25 votes cast for Gov,
Frazier in the last state election, provided that
each district shall elect at least one delegate for
said conventions. The districts are entitled to the
following number of votes or delegates:
District No. 1 2 votes. District No. 22 votes.
District No. 31 vote.
District No. 51 vote.
District No. 71 vote.
District No. 9 1 vote.
District No. 1 1 2 votes.
District No. 13 2 votes.
District No. It 1 vote.
District No. 17--1 vote.
District No. 191 vote.
District No. 4 2 votes,
District No. 62 votes,
District No. 81 vote,
District No. 101 vote,
District No. 121 vote,
District No. 14 1 vote
District No. 161 vote,
District No. 18 1 vote
District No. 201 vote
are appointed to hold Primary
No. 1, Grand Juction Officer C. M. Hunt, judges
C. J. Rogers, J. M. Morris, clerks T.. t. Roach,
fcarl .'Mil ltli.
No. 1, Saulsbury Officer R. S. Clark, judges J,
li. Aldnuge, Li. V. Mreet, clems Jewell nj
No. 2. Hickory Valley Officer J. W. Jones,
judges V. E. Harris, J. E. McCaskell, clerks James
Holmes, T. J. Powell.
No. 3, New Castle Officer Wal ter Gibson, j udges
Lee Oilison. Hardy Harris, clerks J. r. rooe, c
No. 4. Whiteville Officer. E. K. Wilkes, judges
J. W. Bass. M. A. Webb, clerks William Farlter,
No. 4. Cedar Chapel Officer Robert Newsom
judges J. L. Phillips. J. Rains, clerks A. N. Moore.
No. 4, Vildo Officer T. D. Wilkes, judges Tom
Doyle, J. M. Hundley, clerks Ray Moore, John
No. 5. Clinton's Officer J. D. White, judges D,
J. Campbell, Charlie Williams, clerks John White
Jr., John f. fetrong.
No. 6. Bolivar Officer J. A. Foster,
A. Macon, J. L. Foote, clerks S. U.
No. 7, Usscry's Officer J. II. Shearin, judges
Oscar Hammonds, Will Wilkinson, clerks 14. JL.
Ray, James Owens.
No. 8, Fortune's Officer W. n. Baldy, judges
b. v. Jacobs, bam Harris, clerks fcd. butherie, 1,
No. 9, Van Buren Officer Bunyan Galloway,
judges J. R. Sparkman. A. J. Callahau. clerks R,
W. Smith, Ernest Campbell.
No. 10, Saulsbury Officer W. B. Smith, judges
J. 1. Watlord, J. T. fortune, clerks 11. C. Smith
J. W. Scott.
No. 11, Middleton Officer M. Wilson, judges
C. T. Hudson, J. J. Campbell, clerks J. M. Rogers,
and Johnnie Hudson.
No. 12, Sweetgum Officer W. E. Stewart, judges
Jake Gibson, J. T. Simpson, clerks A. J. Brown,
No. 13, Crainesville Officer H. J. Brint, judges
I. U. Hornsby, John Fulghum, clerks Robert Max
edou, Robert Mitchell.
No. 13, Walnut Grove Officer W. B. McKlnnie,
judges C. J. McDaniel, Wm. Crowley, clerks S, P.
Hirron, O. M. Fawcett.
No. 14, Xuckoll's Officer M.
Y. Dorrls, judges
John is. .Terrell, J
B. Chandler, clerks Jim Nuck-
oils, Theo. Erwin.
No. 15, Toone -Officer W. C. Pirtle, judges Lewis
Kellar," J. Black, clerks Ham Ransom, J. W. Pir
N.. 15. Cloverport Officer James Little, Jr.,
judges Walter Robertson, Jack Overton, clerks S.
R. Kelly, P. M. Robertson,
No. 16, Teague Officer J,
Isaac Bnbb. Buck Collins,
A. Thompson, judges
clerks Joan Sweeton,
No. 17, Hollywood Officer J. S. Eaoney, judges
J. M. Hensley, Scott Davis, clerks. Ben Foster, V.
H. W. Park
No. 17, Lisbon Officer J.T. Stephens, judges E.
B. McC&rter, A. W. Jacobs, clerka A. A. Stewart,
W. D. Murphy.
No. 18, Pine Top--Officer J. Q. Siler, judgesBilly
Hooper, Frank Rooks, clerks J. A. Duncan, J. P.
No. 19, Pocahontas--Officer C. n. Joyner, judges
H. L. Moore, J. W. Wardlow, clerks Dr. Joe Alex
ander, D. S. Nelms. - ,
No. 20, Middleburg -Officer W. M. Matthews,
judges W. A. Moss, J.T. Morrow, clerks W. I
Prewitt, N. C. Trout.
J. A. FOSTER, Chm. Co. Deni. Com.
J. A. WILSON, JR., Sect'y. Co. Deni. Com.
C. A. MILLER, Senatorial Committeeman.
J. R. REAVES. Floterial Committeeman.
Card from Mr. Anderson.
Brownsville, Tenn., )
June 21, 1904. j"
We the undersigned delegates,
appointed by the Democratic Con
vention of Haywood County, to the
Floterial Convention which meets
at Bolivar on August 15th next, to
nominate a candidate for Floterial
Representative from the Counties of
Haywood, Hardeman and Chester,
hereby state that we are heartily for
Mr. C. W. Anderson, Jr., for that
office; and that the Democrats of
lay wood County are unquestionably
or him. .Mr. Anderson announced
his candidacy after the said conven
tion was held: otherwise we have no
doubt but that the County Conven
tion would have unanimously in
structed for him.
We further desire to commend
turn to tns Lemocracy oi xiarue
man and Chester Counties as a man
in every way fit and worthy for the
office he seeks."
to the voters of hardeman
The above endorsement of my
candidacy for Floterial Represen-
tative from this the 24th district, is
signed by the Haywood delegation,
among whom are many of the best
and most prominent men ot tne
I will have the solid support oi
my uounty in tne rioieriai con
vention, and concede to "my oppo
nent from Chester the support of his
County. We each look to Harde
man for enough votes to give the
nomination. Hardeman County
does not seek the office this time.
As Chester held it last, Hay wood
considers that she has the claim to
the present nomination. There can
be no valid reason why an office
oiven to three counties, should be
held exclusively by one.
I desire to state that I am heartily
in favor of the Adams Law, and
wish to see it so extended as to
give every city in the state an op
portunity to vote out saloons. My
best efforts shall ever oe exerted in
removiner from the youth ot our
country the temptations and damn
ing influences of the open saloon
As a native of lennessee, I am
proud of the history of the old
"Volunteer State;" therefore, if sent
to the Legislature, I shall consider
no honor so great as the privilege of
casting my vote for the return to
the United States Senate of Gen.
Wm. B. Bate, who has done so
much, both in war and in peace,
toward making that history lllus
T am a vouner man. struggling to
J 1 r l
educate myself for the legal pro
fession. A term in the Legislature
would be of incalculable benefit to
me. and no man will Btrive harder
to make a faithful and efficient Rep
resent3tive than I, if you see fit to
fax or me with vour vote and in the
selection of delegates at the primary
election on Thursday, August 4th
next. Very Respectfully.
Ciias. W. Anderson.
The Court of Hardin Endorses
W. E. Gill.
We reproduce below an endorse
mp.nt bv the Quarterly Court of
Hardin County of Prof. W. E
Gill, who is a candidate for State
Senator from this (the 26th) dis
trict. Mr. Gill has the unanimous
simnort af his home people who
know him and appreciate his worth
To whom it mav concern It af
fords us great pleasure to testify to
.... . r r.e H) I?
the high character 01 jrroi. yy.-u..
Gill, who is so well known through
out Hardin Conntv. Never in its
history have we had such earnest,
zealous and systematic work as he
has done as County Superintendent
of Public Instruction of this Coun
tv in the past two years.
The educational standard in the
County has been raised far superior
to any we have ever hid, and we do
not hesitate to say that we attribute
it to Prof. Gill's untiring ehorts,
never shirking any duty or responsi
bility that devolved upon him. He
is a high toned christian gentleman
and in every way worthy ot your
respect and confidence.
We therefore unanimously en
dorse him and the work he has done,
and recommend him to any and all
wherever he may go.
State of Tennessee, I hereby
' Hardin County. certify that
the above motiou was passed by a
unanimous vote at the January
term of the Quarterly Court of said
county, 1903. -
A. A. Watson,
Clerk County Court.
Free Trip to World's Fair.
Result of 13th week of P. F. Wilkinson A Sons'
"Popular Lady Contest."
Miss Altie Mltotead
Miss Pearl Taylor..
Miss Pearl Savage....,
Miss Ella Crawford...,
Miss NorveUe Whitenton
Miss Aneva Black ..
Miss Lucille McDaniel
Miss Ella Mitchell.......
Miss Ella Pirtle-
Miss Jennie Mitchell-....
MissMattye Cochrane...... ......
Miss Dickens Caru there..-..
Miss Mattie Clinton ....... ...
Miss Ethel Campbell. ......... ..
Miss Lucy Dorris...
Miss Lillie Pecg
Miss May Smith..
Miss Margie Hudson .,
Miss Belle Pirtle..
Miss Ivy Breeden
Miss Jennie Vincent.
Miss Nannie Doyle -
Miss Lillian Harris.
A11 persons holding tickets are requested to
turn them in.
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Editor Bulletin Tennesseeans
may well be proud of the showing
their state presentsjat this, the great
est exposition the world has ever
seen. There are larger and more
expensive exhibits Bhown by some
other States, yet in quality and
artistic display our own Tennessee
is not excelled by any.
In reproducing the historic home
of President Jackson,' the Hermit
age, Tennessee has one of the pret
tiest and most unique State build
ings on the grounds. The fixtures,
furniture, etc., of the Hermitage
have been brought here and arranged
in the several rooms just as they
appeared at the time of Jackson's
death. Were the shade of "Old
Hickory" to step iuside this build
ing be might exclaim: 'By the
Eternals! this is ray old home made
anew,." The iuside walls arts oil
painted canvas copied faithfully
from the original. J housanas are
attracted to the building daily, and
many exclamations of - admiration
and comments of interest are heard.
It differs from other State buildings
in that it presents an historic fact
instead of . a mere architectural plan
of beauty. All Tennesseeans com
ing to the fair are invited to make
the Hermitage their headquarters
and meeting point for friends.
It is very conveniently located on a
hill just south of the terns wheel
There could be no more ideal place
to rest at the fair than a quiet hour
in the Hermitage with its shade,
ice water, fine rockers and lounges
In the Palace of Mines and Metal-
urgy is a Tennessee exhibit which
attracts much attention. It is the
marble pagoda built of many varie
ties of the famous 1 ennessee mar
ble. It attracts people from al
over the world. Not only is there
a marble exhibit in this building
but all the mineral resources of the
state, representing iron, copper,
lead, zinc, coal phosphate, etc
There is also on outside exhibit o!
Tennessee coal and phosphate, at
the head of Mining Gulch near the
ineide inn. The outside' coal ex
hibit is an arch with the several
sections built of coal from the dif
ferent mines, lbe phosphate is
shown in the form of .a pyramid
lennessee schools are well repre
seuted in the Palace of Education
Especially good are the exhibits o
Memphis, Nashville, Kuoxville and
Jackson city schools with a good
representation of the work of the
public county schools of severa
counties throughout the state.
In the Forestry Building we have
the world beat on quartered sawed
oar: cedar, yellow poplar anu
hickory spokes. This exhibit is
large one and is very artistically
Our fruit exhibit in the Hroticul
tural building rauks on an average
with other states. The peaches o
the new crop are attracting attcn
Last and greatest U the display
from our farms in the Palace o
Agriculture. I could not attempt
to discribe this varied and wonder
ful exhibit. Suffice it to say that
Tennessee is first over all exhibit
with her sorghum, clover and ranks
equal with others on tobacco.
Mr. J. D. Smith, of Jackson,
here on business.
A protracted meeting is in pro
gress here at the Methodist church
Rev. Mr. Hall, of Alabama, is do
ing the preaching.
Mr. W. D. McAuulty is in from
Marianna, Ark., where he has been
on a visit to his son, Mr. II. C
Mr. Harry Campbell, of McCon
nells, is here vissiing relatives.
Mr. I1 rank Liilcbrist, ot near
Whiteville, was here Sunday.
Will Allen May Jr., an employee
of the Memphis First Nationa
Bank, is in town with his father'
Richard Casselberry, of Mem
phis, is enjoying the hospitality o
the fami'v ot J. u. woods, near
Miss Anna Boyd McAnulty is in
from the Bluff City and Collierville
after a pleasant visit to relatives
J. W. Lake and VY. 1. ocott are
among , those who have recently
shipped fruits from this place.
Mr. A. A. Martin is back from
Jackson; while there he visited the
famous artesian well.
Master Aubrey Gates, son of Mr.
Will Gates, of Henderson, is the
guest of Master Hundley May.
Miss Freddie Elder is sojourning
with Dr. and Mrs. P. H. McKinnie.
Master James Avant was over
Tuesday from Rogers Springs.
The protracted meeting of the
Baptist church will commence the
1st Sunday in August. Minimum.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE T0NIC7
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
OX. LOUIS, MO.
Sold by Cox & Co.
40 I - -
64 I I w
:z Cream Vermifuge
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Free Trip to the Worlds' Fair, St. Louis.
WE HAVE DECIDED
This Free Trip embraces
hotel bills, entrance fees, car
for seven days stay in the city For every dollar s worth purchased, either
in cash or monthly payments, (either at Bolivar or Crainesville) you are en
titled to one vote for your
exclusively, have a Shoe Factory in operation in the World's
ment .vith them, we will have them prepare an especially tine pair ot fcdioes, to ue given
to the young lady receiving the next largest number of votes.
To those living east of Ilatchie River will say, Mr. Herroiu who is managing our
Crainesville store, will politely
worth of goods purchased, and
for every vote. We have at liolivar and (Jrainesville the largest ana most complete sluv;ko
of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Staple and ancy Gro
ceries, ever carried hefore at GUARANTEED PRICES.
Begin at once. A list of votes will be published each week until Saturday night,
September 17th, when this contest closes and the award will be made.
P. F. WII.KIMSOM & SONS. .
Redd the following anm
15c Fancy Lawns, - - 10c yd.
10c Fancy Lawns, - - Tie yd.
S and 7ic Fancy Lawns, - 5c yd
50 pieces Fancy Calico, - 5c yd.
I2i and 15c Licht Cold Percales
ind Madras, .... 10c yd
ii-JO per cent ofi ot all Ktnbroideiies
B 20 per ceri
20 per cent on ot all t ancy tourings, Jien s, xouin s ana nunrens
25, j1.50 aud $1.75 Straw
Straw Hats at greatly reduced prices.
A lot of Men's Fancy Shirts, Monarch, and other Makes.
price $1.00 In this sale, 75c
This Sale will last until
before best is picked over.
out" of doors or indoors are
sure to be enjoyed if vou of
fer your guests tempting del
icacies. We cany an ex
ceptionally large stock of
Canned Goods and eatables
that may be readily packed
of all kinds, at very low
prices, may always be found
WHEELER & SON'S.
letween Holivar and Dunlap
Springs a gold medal, inscribed
with monogram "S. K. S.," beneath
which gppear the figures "1901."
lleturn to G. T. Ingram and re
Before you go to the
World's Fair come in and get
a pair of Walkover Shoes.
Your feet. will need comfort,
Walkover Shoes give it.
IT IS A FACT
That my store v is the
first opened every morning,
and early risers can always
find me on duty: If you
want something nice for
breakfast, dinner or' sup
per, in the way of Fresh
Meats or Fancy Groceries,
I have it. Call and be
convinced. Tour patron
age respectfully solicited.
L. E. WHITENTON.
TO GIVE A FREE TRIP TO THE MOST
POPULAR LADY IN THE COUNTY.
railroad fare to and from
fare, etc., into the Fair
- fHF?7r?. - .The Peters Shoe
wait on 3-011 and will give a
upon return of it to him will
130 pair Ladies Kid Mutton Shoes, H
Ziegler,Priesmeyer and other maket-
Regular puce Si. 50 to $4 00 a pair.
All offered at 50c a pair.
We are also making great reduction
in prices on Ladie3 and children
Slippers ot all kinds.
llats, 51. 00.
August First. Come quick
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There will be opened and held an
election, at the various preciucts in
the several civil districts of Harde
man County, Tenn., on Thursday,
August 4th, 1904, for the purpose
of electing the following officers,
to-wit: A Sheriff, a Trustee, one
Tax Assessor for each district, one
Constable for each civil district,
except the Gth district, which in
cludes the county town, where two
Constables are to be elected, three
School Directors for each civil dis
trict, a Justice of the Peace in the
3rd civil district to fill out the un
expired term of J. B. Casselberry,
resigned, a Justice of the Peace for
the incorporated town of Saulsbuiy
to till out the unexpired term of N.
R. Dowdy deceased. The follow
ing are appointed officers to hold
No. 1, Grand Junction Officer
C M Hunt, judges R II Stroup, J
L Hunter, G W Tipler, clerks Gai
ther Smith, Will Mitchell.
No. 1, Saulsbury Officer R S
Clark,, judges G W Dowdy, II B
Wright, J O Prewitt, clerks C W
Press, Jr., Tucker Durden.
No. 2, Hickory Valley Officer
R A McAnulty, judges S B Powell,
A A Martin, W A May, clerks A E
Futrell, Moorman McAuulty.
No. 3, New CastleOfficer Wal
ter Gibson, judges Ed Farris, Geo
Gibson, J E Lokcy, clerks C II
Gilchrist, Low Blalock.
No. 4, ""Whiteville Officer E E
Wilkes, judges W A Cooley, J L
Gibson, Geo Hizer, clerks E II
Reaves, Festus Rhodes, registrars
II B Wynne, W CNeedham, assist
ant registrar N Duncan.
No. 4, Cedar Chapel Officer '
Robert Newsom, judges J L Phil-'
lips, Jim Raines, J A Pinner, clerks.
A N Moore, Walter Bruce, regis-:
trars Billy Wilkes, Julius Sammons,
asMStant registrar II P baramons.
No. 4, Vildo Officer T BWilkes,
judges Toei Doyle, Jim Hundley,
Bill Robley, clerks JIay Moore, Jno
Gutherie, registrars John T Moore,
John- Atkins, assistant registrar
No. 5, Clinton's Officer J B
White, judges J W Pirtle, John
WThite, Ben Clinton, clerks Richard
Ray, W A Caruthers.
No. 6, Bolivar Officer W B
Sammons, judges S T Foote, R C
Wilkinson, J E Mask, clerks J P
Mitchell, G M Warren, registrars
J W Jacobs, Joh n Warren, assist
ant registrar Jno II Bills.
and all expenses, such as
Grounds absolutely tree
Co.. whose Shoes we handle
Fair Grounds. By arrange
ticUet witn every uonar
properly record and account
No. 7, - Ussery's Officer J II
Shearin, judges Nat Wilkinson, R
B Ray, Oscar Dickerson, clerks Os
car Ussery, Zach Sain.
No. 8, Sain's Officer W II Bal
dy, judges S D Jacobs, Sam Harris,
J M Dunnaway, clerks Dalton Al
ford, C M Carter.
No. 9, Van Buren Officer Bun
yan Galloway, judges J R Spark
man, A J Calahan, J M Pierce,
clerks J K Barnett, A E Scott.
No 10, Saulsbury Officer W B
Smith, judges WT W Scott, Allison
Cox, R D McCommon, clerks Ben
Dowdy, D. W. Sauls.
No 11, Middleton Officer M.
Wilson, judges J M Moore, S B
Rodgers, A W Neely, clerks Geo
Norton, W M Burns.
No 12, Sweet Gum Officer W E
Stewart, judges A T Bishop,. J D
Harrison, John Casey, clerks R II
Crawford, C C Stewart.
No 13, Crainesville Officer II J
Brint, judges Robert Shelton, W J
McClinlock, G B Milstead, clerks A
R Fulghum, Ab Baker;
No 13, Walnut Grove Officer
W R McKinnie, judges W M Ra
gon, Grand Vaughan, Julius Wat
son, clerks N B Dorris, John Wiley.
No 14, Nuckolls Officer M Y
Dorris, judges CM Maroney, Har
ris Walton, T M Patrick, clerks J
II Young, Reuben Dorris.
No 15, Toone Officer W C Pir
tle, judges James Keller, LW Pir
tle, W II Tate, clerks Austin Pirtle,
No 15r Clover Port Officer
James Little, judges Walter Robert
son, Jack Overton, James Mullens,
clerks Lee Overton, John Anderson.
No 16, .Teague Officer J W
Thompson, judges Isaac Babb,
Buck Collins, Marty Young, clerks
John Sweeton, Geo McCIendon.
No 17, Hollywood Officer J S
Looney,-judges SM Manning, B.
Martindale, John Bishop, clerks G
D Porter, Henry Thompson.
JNlo 17, llowells-Officer J P
Stephens, judges James Bailey, C
L VTest, II N Harris, clerks Tom
Hudson, Mike Stephens,
No 18, Pine Top Officer J Q
Siler, judges T J Ay res, Neal Scog
gins, L C Hornsby, clerks J J Siler,
No. 19, Pocahontas Officer C II
Joyner, judges J D Divinney, W L
Cartwright, J K Irby, clerks P P
Blassingame, Harry Rosson.
No. 20, Middleburg Officer W
M. Matthews, judges VV A Moore,
J T Morrow, C S Smith, clerka W
F Prewitt, N C Trout.
This July 20th, 1904.
C. A. Miller,
W. M. Mattiiews,
Election Commissioners Hardeman
In the Chancery Court of Hardeman
J County, Tennessee. Ida Macon
vs. Thomas Macon et. als. No.
1121 R. D.
It appearing from the bill, which
i" sworn to that Thomas Macon is a
non-resident of the State ot Tennes-
jsee, and is a resident of the State of
Texas, so that the
of law can not be served upon him.
It is therefore ordered that publica
tion be made for four consecutive
weeks in the Bolivar Bullktin, a
newspaper published at Bolivar,
Tenn , requiring said Thomas Ma
con to enter his appearance before
the undersigned at his office in Boli
var, Tenn., on or before the first
Monday in August next, and plead
answer or demur to the allegations
contained therein or the Bame will
be taken for confessed as to him.
and this cause set for hearing
parte This July 1, 1904.
J. A. Wilson, Jr., C. & M.
D. E. Bishop. Sol.