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The Bolivar bulletin. (Bolivar, Tenn.) 1888-1946, April 12, 1901, SUPPLEMENT, Image 5

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McKenzie, April 8. The peo
ple of McKenzie and vicinity Lave
been displeased with the attitude of
Senator Fryer in the Legislature al
most ever since it me., and a new
impetus was given to the indigna
tion of the people when they learned
of his action in the repeal of the
charter of Huntingdon, the county
seat of this county, and it was agi
tated and discussed by the people of
the town until Saturday night, when
the indignation of the people reach
ed fever heat and about 100 of the
representative citizens of the town
met in an indignation meeting. The
following resolutions were imme
diately adopted:
'We, the citizens of Carroll
County, Tennessee, and of the 25th
Senatorial District of said State, ir
respective of party affiliations, in
mass-meeting assembled at McKen
zie, Tenn., on this, the Gth of April
1901, do hereby make and publish
the following resolutions declaring
our unequivocal indorsements of the
"Resolved, That we hold that
personal honesty and unpurchasable
integrity is an indispensable requi
site in all public officials, and so
holding, we view with horror, not
unmixed with shame, the recent
treacherous course of our State Sen
ator, Henry 13. Fryer, in turning at
the hist moment and deliberately
aud premeditatedly violating a sol
emn compact made at his instance
in regard to the repeal of the char
ter of Huntingdon, our county seat.
"Resolved, We consider that by
his false, double-faced, treacherous
action, he has not only fastened an
odious aud debasing traffic upon the
good people of our county and sis
ter town for two long years, but has
himself forfeited the confidence of
his constituents.
"Resolved, That as a token of our
displeasure and detestation of the
conduct of said Senator, Henry B.
Fryer, in thus without sufficient ex
cuse falsifying his plighted word of
honor, we deem it fitting and right
as a mark of condemnation of said
Senator's course, that he be public
ly hung in effigy, and afterward
buried so deep that no trumpet of
political resurrection will ever reach
him as a warniug to all others who
may prove false to themselves and
to the people."
After the adoption of the above
resolution the crowd then proceeded
to burn the lion. Senator in eftigy.
The crowd was almost unanimous,
except about four or five men, who
said that the Hon. Senator was
their friend and they intended to
stand by him, but when the crucial
time came they failed to show up.
The City Marshal deputized four
men to help him keep order.
In the primary last August Sena
tor Fryer received a number of
votes here, but the people now re
gret it very much that they support
ed him. Nashville Banner.
The Presidential Train.
The train in which' Presi
dent McKinley and his Cab
inet will cross the continent
on their trip is a marvel of
luxury. It will consist of
two sleeping, a dining and a
composite car, consisting of
smoking room and baggage
compartment. The President
will sleep in the magnificent
Pullman, the Olympia. A
description of this car would
fill an Oriental Prince with
wonder. It contains five pri
vate rooms, finished in Mexi
can mahogany, maple and
koko. The private dining
room at one end, is furnished
in Vermillion. Apartments
fit for monarchs are provid
ed for the servants.
Silk, satin, plush and vel
vet are lavishly used in fur
niture decoration. Onyx and
marble fittings are in evi
dence. Large mirrors and
wardrobes are provided. Each
private room contains three
complete fitt'ngs of a bed-
room. All nave sej)arate
toilet rooms. The car is 70
feet long and is used only for
the accommodation of nine
rr- i
I lie urawinjr room car is
finished in vermillion, elabo
rately carved, and the rooms
are decorated in ivory and
gold. The ceilings arc beau
tifully tinted, and the uphols
tery and draperies are the
finest. Two staterooms con
nect with the salon by folding
doors. Wide vestibules line
the smoking car. There is a
fine barber's shop in it, with
tiled llooring and wainscoat
ing. The smoking room is 21
feet in length, fitted with up
holstered chairs, lounges,
secretary, cabinets and libra
ry. A buffet is also provid
ed. The exterior of the train
is in keeping with its interi
or splendor. Chicago tele
gram to the NewYorkTimes.
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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been,
in use for over 30 years, has borne the'signatnre of
and has been made tinder his per-
rPj Jts sona supervision since its Infancy
r - -r-mw Aiiow no one 10 ueceive you in mis
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health o
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
Bears the Signature of
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
G. T. INGRAM, President.
V. C. DORION, Cashier.
JOHN L. MITCHELL, Assis't Cashier.
Directors G. T. Ingram, D. E. Durrett, J no. W. Nuckolls,
W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage, W. C. Dorion, .Ino. l Douglas.
iTransacts a General Banking Business.
NT Collections Made aud Prompt Returns.
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Deposits Solicited.
Moner to Loan on Reasonable Terms.
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Hardware Store!
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All Looking South.
cold, rainv weather. irevailmr with
Chattanooga, Teuu., April 7. heavy rains in many sections, tol
J. J j. Bell, from New York, and a lowed by frosts (about the 4tb),
party of capitalists from that city which hindered the work of plow
are here to-night on their way to iaS aml planting. Wheat has ini
,, , proved materially and is now in
Florence, Ala., where they go too.- condition of lleveloi,meilt.
-gamzethe Ilorence & Northwest- j Spring oals are coming up well and
ern Ilailroad Company to build a making good growth. Clover atnd
road from Florence into Wayne meadow grasses are promising. Ear-
County, letm. Mr. Bell speaks in ly Irish potatoes have been mostly
most enthusiastic terms of the pros-! planted and garden work is well ad
pects of the South as a field forjvaneed. Pastures are beginning to
profitable investment, and states ! show signs of growth. Live stock,
that moneyed men of the Last are: having stood the winter fairly well,
looking more and more to this sec
tion for raaguificeut developments
in the near future.
General Crop Conditions. J?YJ? Q'T J
The weather during the month of J-CV -A- VO W3
March vas rather favorable for the
advancement of farm work, especial
ly the preparation of the soil, and
tnc planting or oats ami, during :
the latter part of the month, corn, j
and, as a rule, there was more corn ,
planted and more land prepared for"
corn and cotton than for many years:
at this period. Duriug the first; We have just received and opened a large and
rdl S,X&ell selected line of Hardware and Agricultural Im-
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j-uciiiciua, which we unci iu me pursue at iow prices.
We handle the well known Chattanooga Plows and
Deering Mowing Machines; also carry a large line
of Cooking and Heating Stoves and a splendid as
sortment of the celebrated "Keen Kutter Kutlery
in fact we keep in stock everything connected with
the Hardware business, and will take pleasure in
serving the public, whose patronage we solicit. -v
Also agents for Oliver Chilled Plows.
enters the season in generally good
condition. J he recent frosts injur
ed early fruit in some localities.

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