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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Hugh Williams, Editor.
Friday, November 4, 1904.
Democrats of Hardeman County,
do your duty Tuesday.
The republicans of Hardeman
County are secrelely organ izing and
they will be at the polls.
If Parker and Davis are elected,
and all signs point that way, there
will be some powder burned.
' Vote early, and then look after
your neighbor and see that he gets
to the polls.
Every white man in Hardeman
County who loves his home and is
interested in bi-i country's welfare
should cast his ballot for the dem
ocratic nominees on the 8th of Nov
ember. Republicans are boasting that
they will come across the East Ten
nessee mountains with a handsome
majority. West Tenneasee is look
ed to to off-set this majority and
Hardeman County is expected to do
Never for a moment entertain
the mistaken idea that it's unneces
sary to vole that your vote only
amounts to one and will not be miss
ed. Suppose all were of the same
opinion? Every vote counts, and
every vote is needed.
You know and have been reminded
through the press and by eloquent
speakers of the importance ot re
taining and reinstating democrats
in office, who stand for hone&ty and
economy in government. Next
Tuesday is the time to do it.
This will be the most important
election held in years. Much is at
stake in which democrats are in
terested. There is no telling what
four more years of Roosevelt's ad
ministration will bring forth. It is
corrupt and dangerous. Crush it
White men of Hardeman County,
are you in favor of electing to the
highest ofhce within your gift a
man who believes in social equality
between the races; a mail who dined
with a negro in the White House; a
man who has attempted to force
negro office holders upon Southern
people; a man whose party favors
trusts and whose officials are com
pelling them to contribute to his
reelection in order that he may fur
ther oppress and humiliate you if
so vote for Theodore Roosevelt and
the republican ticket, and forever
afterwards hang your head in shame.
Claims 280 Votes For Judge Par
ker. New York, Oct. 29. Important
and evidently satisfactory news has
reached the Democratic national
headquarters in New York in the
last twenty-four hours. Such at
least is to be inferred from the con
fidence shown by the campaign man
agers in their interviews given out
Urey Woodson secretary of the
Democratic National Committee,
made a formal statement, claiming
at lea9t 2S0 electoral votes and Par
ker's certain election. Cord Meyer,
chairman of the state committee,
to-day broke his long silence, claim
ing New York by not less than
The source of to day's estimates
could not be learned. Mr. Wood
son said it was substantial, but that
he could not be more definite with
out showing his hand to his oppo
nents. 'I am confident of Judge Par
ker's election," be said. "He will
get at least 230 electoral votes, if
not more. This is my first claim,
and I am seriously in earnest in
On what do you base such a
!Do you count on New York?"
Mr. Woodson then claimed New
Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland and
West Virginia. "Wisconsin he said
This U Mr. Myers' statement:
"I am absolutely confident that
Jadge Parker will carry New York
State and will be the next Presi
dent. His plurality will be larger
than anyone expects. It will be
not less than 50,000.".
Extracts from Judge Parker's Speech
We favor a prosperity in which
all the people can share.
I am in favor of thrift. I believe
In the accumulation of property and
its full protection under the laws.
I would not say one word or do an J
act which would tend to arouse class
hatred or create class distinctions.
I would ten times rather go down
to defeat than to contribute in any
degree toward ill feeling between
capital and labor.
It is within the recollection of
the great masses of our population,
as it is within the knowledge of all,
that the (sympathies of our people
formerly went out to the small
countries of the old world, which
were struggliog for recognition or
independence. But now a different
story is told. We hear stringe re
ports of alliances, but they are with
those governments in which the
strength of their armies and navies
is more in evidence than their devo
tion to popular rule. We hear ut
terances or see acts in which sori
tempt is shown for small countries.
Instead of treasuring Washington's
admonition to be friendly to all na
tion, but to form alliinces with
none, the idea now uppermost iu
some of our diplomacy seems to be
that this doctrine is outworn and
obsolete, and that because we are
eighty millions instead of ten we
should change our political habits
and adopt methods and manners
long since rejected.
When au individual violates the
law, the law punishes him. When
a corporation violates the law, the
law should punish it. A corpora
tion is no more entitled to immuni
ty frcm the consequences of the
'wrongful acts than the individual.
A combination of individuals to
control the market price of products
of any kind is void. A combina
tion of corporations for a similar
purpose is alike void.
It is conceded that durLig
the last three or four years
the increase in the cost of living has
amounted to one sixth. Secretary
Shaw rejoices in it. And he says
the wages of the working and the
income of our people are greater iu
proportion. Now, if that is true,
the householders of this country
know it. They know whether the
income of the bread-winner is great
er by one sixth than it was four
years ago. There are instances in
which it is, but the great majority
of you will find it is not true. You
.will discover that it requires just
a little more work on your part, and
more care on the part of your wives,
to make both ends meet from month
NEW YORK FOR PARKER.
New York has been a democratic
state since 18G8, whenever the dem
ocratic party was united aud pos
sessed an efficient organization. The
party is in good fighting trim this
year, and has a better organization
than it has had siuce 1892. The
democratic candidate for president
is a native New Yorker, a man of
the highest character and of great
ability. He will carry his own
state, as Tilden did, and as Horatio
Seymour did. His opponent is a
New Yorker, too, but unlike Judge
Parker, his popularity is yet to be
demonstrated. Mr. Roosevelt has
never been a strong candidate
where he is best known. He won
out iu a legislative contest in 1881,
when he was running in a strong
republican district, and lie got a
paltry plurality of 17,000 votes,
when with all his Cuban war glory,
he ran for governor in 189S, the
democracy not having recovered
from the disastrous defeat of 1896.
As candidate for mayor of New
York City Mr. Roosevelt was a bad
third, being distanced by the dem
ocratic candidate aud left in the
rear by the labor candidate.
The only hope of Roosevelt's
managers rests upon the intimida
tion practiced by the State Bureau
of Elections, the corrupt use of
money, and fraudulent voting in the
sparsely settled districts in up-state
counties. Ihese agencies of official
rottenness and individual crime will
be closely watched this year, and
their effectiveness will be reduced
to a minimum.
The son of the postmaster of New
York City, himself a Republican
candidate for the Assembly, is
already under arrest, for attempt to
debauch the ballot, and other ar
rests will follow unless the scoun
drels take warning aud desist from
their evil schemes. New York
City will give Altou B. Parker
the largest plurality it has ever
given to a Presidential candidate,
and the Empire State will follow
Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic
pains yield to the penetrating in
fluence of Ballard's Snow Liniment, j
It penetrates to the nerves and bone:
and being absorbed into the blood, j
its healing properties are conveyed;
to every part of the body, and effect
some wonderful cures. 25c, 50c,
$1.00. Sold by Cox & Co.
The Walk Over
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Latest Styles and Colors.
and Gaps JmlSimX
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Om POPIILI OT
G. T. INGRAM, President.
Pays Interest on Time
Has steel safety deposit boxes for rent for protection of. valuable papers.
Call and see, them. Solicits your banking business. Will take good care
of your account and cheerfully grant you all accommodations consistent
with good banking. Notes bought and money loaned. We have a fire
proof vault; best steel safe; carry burglary insurance and are prepared to
transact your business to your satisfaction.
Members American Bankers' Association
and Tennessee Bankers' Associations
DEPOSITORY OTP Till sST.VTir O IT TENNESSEE
DIRECTORS G. T. Ingram, H. W. Tate, W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage, Jno. P. Douglas, Jno. L.
Mitchell, W. C. Dorion.
There is nothing just as good for
Malaria, Chills and Fever as Dr.
Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Cure.
Take it a9 a general tonic aud at all
times in place of quinine. If it
fails to give satisfaction mail the
front of the carton J. C. Menden
hall, Evansville, Ind., and get your
Ling Bros., Druggists, Paducab,
Ky., write: "We sell more of Dr.
Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Cure
than all othtr remedies combined,
having retailed over 700 bottles in
oi;e season. The physicians here
prescribe it and persons who once
use it will have no other."
Health is absolutely, if constipa
tion he present. Many serious
cases of liver and kidney complaint
have sprung from neglected consti
pation. Such a deplorable conoi
tion is unnecessary. There is a
cure for it. Ilerbine will speedily
remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay,
P. M., Bronson, Fla., writes, Feb.
12, 1902: "Having tried Ilerbine,
I find it a fine medicine for consti
pation." 50c bottle at Cox & Co's.
Mrs. B. V. Evans, Clearwater,
Ivans., writes: i'My husband 1 y
sick for three months. The doc
tors said he had quick consumption.
We procured a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup, aud it cured him.
That was six years ago. Since then
we have always kept a bottle in the
house. We cannot do without it.
For coughs and colds it has no
equal." 25c, 50c, $1.00 at Cox &
The Value of
The only Sewing Machine that
does not fall in any point.
Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings.
The lightest running machine
in the world.
For sale by
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P. O. Box 3CSS.
CH1COPEE FALLS. MASS.
W&Wll. VA ls,MpkEST (rS
W. C. D0RI0N, Cashier.
Stock Tsiia in, $30,000. v
Deposits The Oldest Bank in the County
It's 10 to 1 you do if you
Dort Do It It's
v c ii r.cimic 1j ttiu care
ilmost tlcadiy r-itcr effects.
is purely vegetable r.nd absolutely ?t:aninteod
to euro malaria, sick headache, biliousness,
and all stomach, kidney and liver complaints.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
50 Conic o. Bottle.
For ..-ilo Jyy
CHILL and FEVER
(This ricture on Every Bottle)
Cures Chills. Fevers. Malaria. Bilious
ness. Take it as a General Tonic and at all
times in place of Quinine. Breaks tip Coughs,
Colds and LaGrippe. NO CUKE, NO FA'S
J. C. MZITDENHALL,
Sole Owner Evansville. Indiana
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
BEWAMC Or IMITATION.
THC StNUINI PREPARED ONLY BY
BaIIa-d-Snov Liniment Co
T. LOUIS. MO.
For Sale by COX & CO.
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. Ciy
Water Works, Shullsburg, Wis.,
writes: "I have tried m3ny kinds
of liuiment. but I have never re
ceived much benefit until I used
Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheuma
tism and pains. I think it the best
liniment on earth." 25c, 50c, $1.00
at Cox & Co's.
1 Hat rack, 2 large show cases, 1
upright show case, .Lot rubber hose,
1 moving picture machine, 8--10 gal
lon 6tone jugs, 1 carboy, 12 small
heating stoves, 1 billiard table with
balls, cues, couuters and rack, 1
pool table with balls, cues, counters
and racks, 1 large ston? water cooler,
1 two horse wagon, 2 bed steads, 1
lot mattresses, 1 lot pillows, 1 two
horse plow, 1 horse plow, 1 corn
planter, 1 tobacco cutter, 1 croquet'
set, 2 cigar cutters and lightera, 3
pictures and frames, 3 gasoline
lamps, 1 farm bell, 1 lawn mower,
2 counter scale's, 1 platform scales,
1 cotton scales, 1 horse mill, 3
Rochester lamps. 1 pump, 1 patent
1 4 f V
coal oil tank, 2 large ice cream
All the above will be sold very
W. T. ANDERSON-
JNO. L. MITCHELL, Ass'T Cashier.
ere a victim
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Office in the Courthouse-
I. C. It Ii. TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, May 15, 1904.
6 8.24 a.tu
24 . .9.18 p.m.
96 locaL....2.25 p.m.
II F. WIL30N, Agt
Jno. II. DSill
Fire Insurance Agenoj,
Ccrrcsp3n.i2.1ce Ssli cited.
TOR ADO INSURANCE WRITTEN.
Companies represented: Aetna,
Continental, German. German Amer
ican, Hanover, Hartford, Connecti
cut, Michigan Fire and Marine, New
York Underwriters' Ageocy,Queen.
Bolivar Lumber Oo,
New Saw Hill
In operation and is now
prepared to furnish all kinds
of Rough Lumber on short
notice. Leave orders at
Sweeton & Black's, or at the
Mill, four miles east of Bol
ivar. Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth fails to
show p.-oper respect for old age, but
just the contrary in the case of Dr.
King's New Lite Pills. They cut
off maladies no matter how severe
and irrespective of old age. Dys
pepsia, Jaundice, Fever, Constipa
tion all yield to this perfect Pill.
25c, at Cox & Co's drug store.
I am in the market for
Cotton Seed and will
pay the highest, market
price tor same. Most
convenient house and
scales tor the public in