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!i Official Vote, Hardeman County, Nov. 8, 1904.
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Hugh "Williams, Editor.
Friday, November is, 1904.
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The Australian ballot system
ahnnld ai.nl v to every civil district
in Hardeman County.
Hon. H. E. Carter led the tick-
Pt rPfpivinrr two more votes than
the democratic electors.
Tub democratic majority in Har
deman was over nine hundred
three hundred more than four years
No. 1 Grand Junction
No. 1 Saulsbury
No. 2 Ilickoiy Valley
No. 3 New Catle . . .
No. 4 Whiteville
No. 4 Cedar Chapel.:
No. 4 Vildo j 33 .
No. 5 Clintons j 53
yG!vHG - 92
62 v 23
107 y 91
45 v. -
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Tom Watsox. the Populite can
didate for President, received 69
votes in Hardeman County, Swal
low 15 and Debs 4.
The republicans took everything
in sight on election day. Demo
crats had a few gobblers staked out
lor Thauksgiving, else, possibly
they would have gone with the bal
ance of the wreck.
No. 7 Usseiys
No. S Fortunes
No. 9 Van Buren
No. 10 S.aul-dnny
No. 11 Middleton... .
No. 12 Sweet Gum.. .
No. 13 Crain-.-sviile .
No. 13 Walnnt Grove.
No. 14 Nuckolls
No. 15 Toone
22 - 28
lo v 31
79 . 42'
No. 15 Ciovtrport j 53-;. li
The amendments iu this county
carried by the same majority that
the balance of the democratic ticket
received with the 'exception of the
Fifth amendment, which fell short
about 200 votes. This was the
amendment which applied to game,
No. 16 -Teague.
No. 17 Hollywood .
No. 17 Ilowells. . . .
No. 1 8 -Pi-. e Top . .
No. 19 Pocahontas.
No. 20 Middleburg .
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OS 3 1
92 1201 89 122 90 90 118j 91, 120 130 54
62 23 62 23 62 61 23 61; 23 23' 60
104 93 105 93( JOS 1C5 93 105j 93 93, 105
45.... 45 ... 45 45... 45: ...I 45
205 20 210j . 17 207. 203 19 199. 21 23' 205
28 301 30 30 30 .. 25
32 3 1' 31! 31 . . 3lj 2; 28
53 99 53! 99 53 53 99 53 99 99 53
1G3j 61 155- 30 170 175 41 lCoj 38 33 109
22 28 22 28 22; 22 28 22: 28 28 22
35 47 35 47 3s! 35 47 35 47 47j '35
45 31 45 31 45! 45 31 45 31 3 1 j 45
82 85 82 85 82! 80 85 82; 85 S5 81
133 50 133 50 133 133 50 133 50 50 131
103 39 103 32 104 107 29 104 26 36 103
65 32 64 32 64i 65 32 04 32 32 64
43 7 42 7 42j 41 7 45 6 6 43
79 43! 82 42 79 S3 41 81 42 42 79
78 87 81 80 80 SI 79 86 76 80 85
53 1 53 1 53 53 1 53 1 53
42 31; 40 25 43f 54 15 54 15 29 42
67 46: 07 47j 67 67 47 67 47 47 07
59 .... j 5f . . . 59: 59 ... . 59 .... , 59
9S 4' 98 3.- 9Sj 98 2 96 2- 3; 98
57 42! 57 47 57 57 44 57 44; 44; 57
20 5 V I 2( 56 j 26 26 57 2(5 5G 57j 20
! 26j 56j
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988;1889: 981 : 102 1 1 1834
saved his earnings and in a lew
years had hi mother iu comfortable
circumstances. When these laets
were made known they were appre
ciated by honest men, irrespective
of party, and Johnson was elected,
as he should have been. This is
anr.tV.or i.rnnf that novertv is no
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Four hours after the polls closed
on November 8th, the result of the
presidential election was known in
every city 10 the Union, in year. 1. that merit -8 recogliize(1
past, it was monins lnmeau ui uuuio
before such news was received
Science and the marvelous system
of newssatheriner have worked
PA.RKER TO DEMOCRATS.
Esopus, N. Y., Nov. 9. To
the Democracy of the Nation
From a reoort made bv the Ten- "Uur tnanks are uue 10 iu
. . . n I to rtf tnn VotJniinl Committee, to
nessee lioara ot i'en6ion tuxaminers
nn thP 5th nf November, we learn the Executive Committee
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f the earaoamn for mot unseinsn,
roll. The pensioners now enrolled capable and brilliant party servic
exceed the 1200,000 appropriation. All that it was possible for men to
, i 1 ihcv finf. hut our cunicuuv
not including x.ne incicieniai eipeu- p"'
p nf ih Roard. bv nearlv 500 beyond the reach of party managers
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ThP nPTt lPcislature should make "1 am most graieiu. iu i..u.
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, , :..; hrish m iih mineral way iu wieiui
ample ana auequaie aujiiupnauuuo d -
my tnauKS 10 me wuiklic, "v...
as to the rank and file all over the
The Whiteville News says: country. I know how hard tuey
'Last Tuesday's results more for- struggled against overwhelming
rihlv demonstrate the need of re Irwin and T onlv wish 1 could take
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districting the countv and it should porh one bv the hand and thank
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be done through our representative I him.
at the next meeting of our law ma- ''Deeply as I regretted leaving
kers." The Bulletin is - very de- the bench at the time, ia the pres
: r ., .. .n.i;atr;..;r.r onr-o nf rtvprwhelmiiii? defeat, 1 do
ClUCUiy IU lilVUI Ul icuioiiiUNg mvii-uvv. v,.-..
a l-.d net pynressed itself not now lament
for the old Confederate soldiers
up, wherevei it mny be needed, a
broad and effective organization.
And we must, by constant teaching,
through the press and from the
platform, apprise the people of the
way the vicious tariff circle works.
We must biiog home to them at
other than election times, the fact
that money contributed to the Re
publican party by the trusts is not
only dishonest money but it is given
th3t the trust may, without hind
rances, take a much larger sum
fiom the people.
"In the presence of a defeat that
would take away all personal am
bition were it true that otherwise it
possessed me, I do not hesitate to
say that, in my opinion, the greatest
moral quesli ni vvliieh row confronts
us is: Shall the trusts anil corpora
tions be prevented from contribu
ting money to control or to aid in
"Such service as I can render in
that or any other direction will be
"And I beg the-co jc -ration, as a
fellow worker, of t v( ry Democrat
in the country.
Alton li. Parker.
When you want a pleasant pbjuic
try Chamberlain' Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They are easy to
take and produce no griping or
other unpleasant effect. Soid by
Cox & Co., Bolivar; Bailey & Al
dridge, Saulsbury; J. W. Nuckolls,
A Runaway Bieyc'c,
Terminated with an ugly cut on
the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin
Grove, III. It developed a stubborn
ulcer uny iidding to doctors and rem
edies for four years. Then Buck
len's Arnica Salve cured. It's just
as good for Burns, Scalds, Skin
Eruptions aud Piles. 25c at Cox
A full line of Mohairs in
Brown, Blue,Gi oy and Black,
solid and mixtures, 50 and
75 cents at Kahn Bros.
civ ps yJ4
Bill iS B
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9he ffienumental (garni teal (go.
W I T H-
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i Lrf i j wj. d.: w. i m J r i
IPr?feSSp Smvbh's Rilifeapv Band,
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it. 1 thougni
In the light
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more tnan a year ago. e nave was -o
tresent information 1 am now even
and loo many magistrates. Half more confident that I di l right. I
lahaU npvpr seek a nomination for
LUc liuiiiuci, I icaoi, nuuiu .j t l. .
(1 rcniilfl rpanlt inlnnblic O ffice. but I shall to the best
a great saving to the tax-payers of of ability serve the parly that hon
Hardeman County. If Mr. Carter ored me,and through the party serve
will introduce a id have passed a my country
bill to this effect, be will do his "The party has, in tbe near
lnntilp I fntnrp. a nreat missicn. Before
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Thk South has furnished demo
cratic majorities sufficiently long to
entitle it to name the presidential
nominee of its party. The leaders
have told us for years that the
South was solid, anyway, that a
candidate from this section would
add nothing to the strength of the
ticket; that if the nominee was
chosen from other sections we
would win. The South has willing
ly and loyally acquiesced, and Mr.
Cleveland is the only man who has
been able to deliver the goods.
The South has suitable material for
a president, equal in ability, states
manship and patriotism to the
North, East or West. We furnish
the votes, we have been patient and
long suffeiing, now let us assert our
claims and let our democratic breth
ren in other sections of the country
be as true as we have been.
The late election contained sev
eral surprises. For instance, Colo
rado, Missouri, Massachusetts and
Minnesota went republican by large
mijorities, but each elected demo
cratic governors. In Minnesota
especially was the fight bitter by
the republicans against Johnson,
the democratic nominee. They
charged that his father had been in
the poor house and that his mother
had been a washer-woman. The
friends of Johnson investigated the
charges and found them true. But
t,txr fnrtber learned that the elder
Herb W. Edwards Injured.
Herb W.Edwards, of Des Moines,
Iowa, got a fall oi an i--y walk last
winter, spraining his wrist and
bruising his knees. "Tbe next
day," be says, "tluy were so sore
and stiff I was afraid I would have
to stay in bed, but I - rubbed them
well with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and after a few application all
soreness had disappeared." For
sale by Cox & Co., Bolivar; Bailey
& Aldridue, baulabuiy;
long the people will realize that the
tariff fed trusts aud illegal-combina
tions are absorbing the wealth of
tbe Nation. Then ihey will wish
to throw off these leeches, but tbe
Republican party will not aid them
to do it, for its leaders appreciate
too well the uses to which the money
of the trusts can be put in political
"When that time comes, and
come it will, the people will turn to
the the Democratic party for relief,
and the party should be ready with
an organization ot patiiotic citizens
covering every election district who
are willing to work for the love of
the cause an organization support
ed by as many towns, city, county
and state officers as we are able to
elect in the meantime.
"We entered this canvass with!
every Northern, Western and East
ern State, save one, in Republican
control. This gave to that party a
large army of officers, reaching into
every hamlet, many of w hom gladly
followed the examples set for them
by members of the Pres-ident's Cab
inet in devoting their time ami ser
vices to the party.
"To accomplish much in this di
rection, however, we must forget
the difficulties of the past. If any
one suspects his neighbor of treach
ery let him not hint of his suspicion.
If he knows be has deserted us let
him not tell it. Our forces have
been weakened by divisions. We
have quarreled at times over non
essentials. If we would help the
neople, if we would furnish an or-
When You Have a Bad Cold.
You want a remedy that will not
only give q'-i.-k relief but effect a
p eriiK iient cure.
Y'ou want a lemedy that will, re
lieve tbe lung :i d keep expectora
Y'ou want a remedy that will
counteract aiy tendency toward
Y'ou want a remedy that is pleas
ant and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
I meets all these requirements and
for the speedy ami p rinanent cure
of bad colds htands without a peer.
For sale by Cox & Co., Bolivar;
Bailey it Aldridge, Saulsbury; J.
W. Nuckolls, Toone.
Rheumatism, lumbago and servic
pains yield to the penetrating in
lluence of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It penetrates to the nerves and bone
and being absorbed into the blood,
its healing properties ai e conveyed
to every part of the body, and effect
I wnnip wntidprfnl r-m-ps Tw -Ci-
$1 00. Sold by Cox & Co.
Carelessness is responsible for
many a railway wreck and the same
causes are making human wrecks of
sufferers' from Threat and Lung
troubles. But t-i ice tbe advent ot
Dr. King's Ne' Discovery for Con
sumpti-M!, Coughs and Colds, even
the worst cases can be cured, and
hopeless resignation is no longer
nt-cesary. Mrs. Lis Crn.-2T, of
Dorchester, Mass., is one of many
whoe life was saved by Dr. King's
rsew uicov(-rv. l ins m-at reme
dy is guaranteed for all Throat and
Lung iiseases ly Cox & Co., Drug
gists. Pii.-e 50c, and 1 00. Trial
fm gkfftftcttis; at; el Mm mm femm
The Monumental Carnival Co. guarantees
v4 every Show to be clean, moral and refined h
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater,
Kans., writes: "My husband ly
ick for three months. The eloc-J
tors said he had quick consumption.
We procured a bottle of Ballard s
llorehouud Syrup, and it cured him.
That wrs his years ago. Since then
we have always kept a bottle in tbe
bouse. We cannot do without it.
For coughs and colds it has no
equal." "25c, 50c, $1.00 at Cox &
Health is absolutely, if constipa
tion be present. Many serious
cases of liver and kidney complaint
have spiung from neglected consti
pation. Such a deplorable condi
tion is unnecessary. There is a
cure for it. Ilerbine will speedily
remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay,
P. M., Bronson, Fla., wiiles, Feb.
1-2. 1&02: "Having tried Ilerbine,
I find it a tine inedicioe for consti
pation." 50o bottle at Cox & Co's.
Johnson was a worthless man and a
drunkard and had been sent to the ; ganization through which they may
county farm or poor house because be relieved of a party that has
he failed to provide for his family; grown so corrupt that it will gladly
that the mother was compelled to enter into partnership with trusts to
take in washing to support herself secure moneys for election purposes,
and children; that young Johnson we must forget the difficulties of
went to work at 12 years of age, the past and begin this day to build
No Poison m Chamberlain's
From Naj ier New Zealand, Her
ald: Two years ago the Pharmacy
Board of New South Wales, Aus
tralia, had an analysis mule of all
the cough medicines that were sold
i i that market. Out of the entire
list they found only one that they
declared was entirely free from all
poisons. This exception was Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, made by
the Chamberlain Medicine Compa
ny, Des Moines, Iowa, U. S. A.
The absence of all narcotics makes
this remedy the safest and best that
can be had; aud it is with a feeling
of security that any mother can give
it to her little ones. Chamberlain's
Cough' Rempdy is especially recom
mended by its makers for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough.
This remedy is for sale by Cox &
Co., Bolivar; Bailey & Aldridge,
Saulsbury; J. W. Nuckolls, Toone.
B. II. Moss use R. E. Rose vs. J.
C. Culver. Before D. W. Mc
Auul'.y, Justice of the Peace for
Hardeman County, Tennessee.
Iu this cause it appears by affida
vit that the defendant, J. C. Cul
ver, is j-istly indebteel to plaintiff,
and is a non-resident of the state,
ho that the ordinary process of law
cannot be served on him; and an
original attachment having been
levieel on his property and leturneel
to me, it is therefore ordered that
publicatio i be made in the Bolivak
Bulletin, a newspaper published
in the town of Bolivar, Tenn., for
four consecutive weeks, command
ing tbe said J..C Culver to appear
before me at my office in Hickory
Valley, Tenn.,' on the 10th tlay of
December, 1904, and make defense
to sai l suit, or it will be proceeded
D. W. McANULTY, J. P.
This Nov. 5, 1904.
Two hundred acres of land about
two miles southeast of Whiteville.
Terms, one-third rati;, balance on
time with interest. F-r informa
tion apply to John 11. Bills, Boli
There is nothing just, as good for
Malaiii, Chills and Fever as Dr.
Mendeiihall's Chill and Fever Cure.
Take it s a general tonic and at all
limes iu place of quinine. If it
fails to give satisfaction mail, the
front of the carton J. C. Menden
ball, Evansv ille, Ind., and get your
Ferguson, Holmes & Co. vs. J. C.
Culver. Before D. W. McAnnl
ty. Justice of the Peace for Har
deman County, Tennessee.
In this cause it appears by affida
vit that the defendant, J. C. Culve r,
is justly indebted to the plaintiffs,
and is a nen resident of the state,
so that the ordinary process of law
cannot bs serveti on him; an I an
oiiijinal attachment having been
levied on his property and returned
to me, it i-J therefore ordeied that
Lang Bros., Drugiii-ds, Paducah,
Ky., wiite: "We sell more of Dr
Meiidenhall's Chiil and Fever Cure
than all otli r remedies combined,
having retailed over TOO bottles in
one season. The physicians here
prescribe it and persons who once
use it will have no other."
. C. R X. TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, May 15, 1904.
The Value of
The only Sewing Machine that
does uot fall in any point.
Rotary Motion anel Ball Bearings.
The lightest running machine
in the world.
For sale by
i. ii:. BISHOP,
At orney-at-La w,
Office in the Courthouse-
.S no. II. I Jill,
Fire Insurance Agenoy.
TORNADO INSURANCE WRITTEN.
Com paid es represented : Aetna,.
Contine ntal, Gei man. German Araer
ican, Hanover, Hartford, Connects
cut, Michigan Fire and Mariue, New
Y'ork Underwi iters' Ageney,Queen
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who t:.-.- rr-.-- a: 1 '
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havo Ln !o-ti 1 h jr'''''"'- ij
AV yonr dealer, r.
lnaut on our
If too cnni:
them, let ri l.r?r
and wo ivUl tii'.
direct, 3C 3r&;
receipt of price.
We have 1
which we w.il up.-'
dress upon r4;ut5t. A
II. F. WILSON. Ast
The Exact Thing Required for Con
"As a certain purgative and
stomach purifier Chamberlain's j publication be made in the Bolivar
Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to ! Bulletin, a newspaper published
be the exact thing required, ptrcnj; j in the town of B.div&r, Tenn., for
enough for the most robust, yet four consecutive weeks, cotnmand-mildeno-iL'h
and safe for children j ing the said J. C. Culver to appear
and without that terrible griping so ' before me at my off.ee in Hickory
common to most purs. ati ves," savs Valley, Tenn., on the 10th day of
R. S. Webster & Co., Udora, On- December, 1904, and make defense
tario, Canada. For sale by Cox fc , to ssid suit, or it will be proceeded
Co.. Bolivar: J. W. JS uckoiis, witn exparie.
Toone; Bailey & Aldridge, Sauls
M U h hi
J. Stevens Arms & Tccl Co.,
P. O. Box 3095,
CHICOPEE FALLS, 7.1ASS.
nfl i n
li. il S-wHI
D W. McANLLl Y, J.
This Nov. 5, 1904.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
iwtac or IMITATIONS.
THt CCNUINC PREPARED OP1LY BY
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
For Sale by COX & CO. j-
Served in any style day
or night. Families sup
Also Hot Chocolate.
Bolivar Lumber Go,
New Saw mill
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.
Ii's shameful when youth fails to
chow poper respect for old age, but
just the con'rary 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 ilrug store.
I am in the market for
8 Cotton Seed and will
pay the highest market
price tor same. Most
iiAiirniii'nnt linncn nml
scales for the public in
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