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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Hugh "Williams, Editor.
Pill DAY, JAN. 30, 1903.
Both Senator Jackson and
Representative Carter voted
for the Adams bill.
The Bulletin" returns
thanks to Senator William B.
Bate for valuable public documents.
The passage of the Adams
bill shows the sentiment of
the people in reeard to tem
perance and sounds the death
knell of saloons inlennessee
A telegram from JMash
ville to Thursday's papers
states that the special senate
committee, having in hand
the Tuten-Jackson contest,
dismissed it for want of
nrosecutor. Thus ends the
last chapter in the celebrated
case and Jackson retains his
Tipton County proposes to
have good roads, and soon a
bill will be introduced in the
Chairman Street Commit
Marshal, 35.00 per month.
The marshal was required
to do work on the streets
whenever necessary, unless
After fixing salaries, the
following officers were elected:
P. F. Wilkinson, Recorder.
T. M. Moore, Treasurer.
T. A. Parran, Chairman
Anti-Saloon Bill Passes.
Senate bill No. 1, known as the
Anti-Saloon measure, as the bill to
extend the four mile law to towns
having a population of 5,000, passed
the Senate at noon Thursday by a
vote of 20 to 12.
breed Bprinters to quit in an hour.
Then you could see dogs of charac
ter and setter and pointer confor
mation with brains stamina to meet
any requirements of a bird dog.
Now you see whippets in Bize and
what is it iu appearance. Then
To Cure a Cold in one Day
Take Laxative Bromo Qui line Tab
lets. All druggists refund the mon
ey if it fails to cure. E.W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 25c.
fTV r ns-hA noma n r o f tor o
, r,. .. , when a dog points his handler will strength and vigor.
resulted as follows:
Trv a 50e bottle of llerbine. no-
when a dog pointed you knew where Lice the improvement speedily ef-
. 1 to go aud put up your bird. Now fected in your appetite, energy,
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strengtn ana vigor. v aicu now n
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beat out an act of -round and say, Drigmens me spirus, gives ireeuum
fvAtn inHiiroctinii anrf riorkilltv.
Forthebill-Adams.Baxter.Bell, "Mr- Jges, my dog was pointing . Mo., writes.
Bowden. Bright. Cate of Bradley, a mouse here in his hole." Then g L 10 1900: "I was in bad health,
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Cate of Cocke, Crowley, Krwin, yo" wouiu euouiuer your gun aim j. fiaa stomacn irouoie lor imC
Graham, Jackson, Jones M.-Far- put shells in your pocket, knowing monms, aiso uumo c,m. r. . .
Und Nelson Parsons Rice Staf- yoa would have use for them when Mory prescribed llerbine, it cured
land, JNelson, rarsons, Xvice, otai- j . me in two weeks. 1 cannot recom-
ford. Tharo. Woolridee, Mr. Speak- you and your Gladstone, Gath, Sue, hmhlv. it will do all
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er Seay. Total, 20. 1 1DK B- un ooie auu many y(m claim for it Sold by Uox &
Against the bill Caldwell. Cole, otuer rjiru uogs oi mose uaye, iuu uo., uonvar.
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fT.nom.lr. TC-iml.rniKTh to tne neias, anu you wouiu reiurn
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t M.nof PMtp Sip. at uignt witn au yoursneus snot a- dwi wmmeiii u i.aim.
UCUgCinuw, i.uii vv., , ... I ti PI tlalrlnrin Sllrt PitX7
VVk a anil WnrthiniTinn. I WAV 311(1 VOUr DOCKeiS HlieU WllU "euiy J-r. ituniu,
Total 12 toothsome quail. As you patted Works, Shu lsburg, Wis., writes:
xoiai, 14. n j r ! have tried many kinds of lim-
Rvfmnt. f.-nmftnv.Friizifir's Not voting Mr. Carutners. lie, your rauniui uog on nis neau as ae . . received much
VA W A . w -wi " . 1
I . 1 " . 1 .1 . I .n4-i-. T?AI1V OTTAa 1 1 H 10 Q fTO f 1 I. .-IT 1 n.ll 3C?
f ..v t -i.lir. i nowever, votea wun me uppuueuw gcu j tJ-0 "f,6vv oenent unui 1 useu oauaru ouuw
lutOBaBc w "" fo'- i - oll t. mnpn:no. hnt inat his tail with . delisht. you could Liniment for rheumatism aud pains
uThe Confederate boldierl . . moo 0iiQ,iLr,Kf,,iW v .VP11 dnne. aood I think it the best liniment on
loilght tor His Diate, 10 esiau- he left the room. and faithful dog." Now you shoul
lish and maintain a great The announcement of the result der your hammerless gun, put a few
principle of constitutional was greetsd with great applause nitro shells in your pockets, as the
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.rArornmpnt. ns Vifi flaw t. lie W the lobby. noise anu buiukc 01 iu uw Fuyv-
aa .If nnrl nt. The bill came up in the House der wolud cause your gun-shy dog
the call of his State
home, family and
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and gave tne years OI nis uebt geven members who were absent. ty pocsets auestea nis wormiest inst gaid eslate are notified to
manhood to her service. All that the bill now lacks of be- ness, you would wrathfully stamp appear and file same, authenticated
"At W hiddino- hp freelv coming a law is the signature of the your foot and say "Get out you Mn the manner prescribed by law, on
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legislature authorizing said offered his estates, his health gvernor-
j . - auuuio iiiu ui .u0 .cx T11T1tinTi th TToTTifl nf Field
r.-.m-n- rn n iiinnron onni- - i
uuiuuutui uuuU4 """ her destiny. Wnen tlie war
C f I ll. , J ,11 n.a fn-n tli n
earth." 25c, 50c and $1.00 bottle
at Cox & Co's, Bolivar.
The insolvency of the estate of
i tic a ctrx n.uDiiii TT 9 tntnct tat anil fvi Tnii in tneneia. laromia i Kprnn (is. nec (i. navincr
, lie ICIt vQte of gl tQ u aH votiQ(, fot it As the senseless dog came crawling been suggested to the clerk of the
property, except the ghelby delegation and to you after the hunt and your emp- L
i AutAvuuwf f-' - ' n
Tbc Kind You Have Always Boulit, and wliicli lias been.
In tiso for over 30 3-cars, lias borne- the signatnre of
and has been made xinder His per- -'fyt
J7- sonal supervision since its infancy.
tCUM Allow no one to deceive you in tliis. .
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-Sood" are but
Experiments that trifle witb. and endanger tlio bealtli or
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment-
What is CASTOR1A
Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays rcverishness. 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 tho Signature of
brute." P. II. B., in Memphis or before the 30th day of June,
1903. lnis uec. 3U, iwua.
J. C. Jackson, Adm'r.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
..rT.on COMPANY. TT URII STBECT. NCW VOBK CITY.
fifty thousand dollars for the
purpose of graveling and im-
was over, he came back to a
Trials for Years.
A New Circuit.
Gkand Junction, Tenn., Jan. 24. Jackson, Tenn., Jan. 24. A
vancetorun their does here and judicial and chancery circuits in
i,, orwi noaf, at hp annual VVest Tennessee. Jos. k.. Jones, of
field trials held here by the United Weakley county, was elected chair
States Field Trial Club A win here
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moving her roads. The peo- nome ot poverty anu want,
pie of Hardeman County and by his high and lofty pa- Grand junction is the Mecca that meeting of the bar of West Tennes-
ousrht to take some action triotism and conservative obe- Lii field trial handlers aud owners
along this line. Nothing dience to law and his indus- hope to reach. They plan in ad- action relative to redistricting the HENKT 7ATTEfi,30N, Editor.
pays better than goou roaus, t and productive energy as
a ClUZtJllj lit! iius uuinuuuiuu
in no small decree to raise
The plank walks within Tennessee from poverty and
G. T. INGRAM, President.
W. C. lOKION, Cashier.
JOHN U MITCHELL, Assis't Cashier
is held in higher esteem because it
is the winding up of the yeir's field
trial work. In the early trials dogs
are short of work and the cover is
heavy and many reasons are advanc
ed why their dogs fail to get in the
earlv monev. 1 he "last dav," as
the corporate limits of Boli- deDt, and place her upon the
var cover a distance of more high road to prosperity and
than twelve mues, nence n development. And now, more
requires considerable time tan thirty-five years after
attention 10 Keep Lrei.u the close ot the great drama
proper condition. This ;n wh!ch he. played so con-
dntv has devolved upon Mr. Lninnna n nnrt thft old Don-
T. A. Tarran who has served rprlprntft Rnldiftr comes and Uhe women wUl infor,n yu' 18 the
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as chairman of the street nQua a trpnfirnns neon e to mo8t 8au8iaciorY Aue Wl11 l
... il I . - ,L . I Cmnr- vintnril fnr llt lot limp
committee ior more uian make the lew remaining: year3 1 '
twnntv vears. at an insienif- Lf lia lif 1ps hnrd and ruff. &ere, as derby candidates and hand-
X 1 1 1 I 1 1 I. .1 11 UA ortr. a -.- f rx finiah
icant salary, ana considering ffe(i. This ust and modest ierB uave uau a" luc -
the means at ins. uisposai anu appeal should not tall upon "i-
the large amount of work to deal ears. Then Grand Junction was the first
be done, he has kept the "ThePensionBoard informs place to hold field trials, lou will
walks in splendid condition. me that there are claims of see a man that has followed for years
He deserves and will receive absolutely just, worthy and feel when he gets here like a man
the thanks of every fair- needy applicants, which can- when he enters his own home. Grand
minded citizen of the com- not be allowed for want of Junction be regards as the home of
munity. His unanimous re- funds with which to pay them, field trials, a magic circle, a handler
election by the Board Monday and they ask that the appro- can get in his own mind and like
night, shows that his services priation heretofore made for Richelieu defy the world,
have been appreciated. No this purpose be increased from The dogs of the past have made
better selection COUIQ nave 15(),000 to 17o,UUU. 1 rec- these historic sana nill race courses.
been made. ommend that this request be and the old field trial man win ten
been SU2- you he saw Gladstone swoop over
granted. It has
man and Hunter Wilson of Madison
couuty secretary. The following
committee was appointed on bills
Twelfth circuit, C.G.Bond, Mad
ison county; C. A. Miller Harde
man; M. F. Ozier, Chester; W. II.
Bobbit, Gibson; J. W. E. Moore,
Haywood; Bate Bond, Haywood;
F. G. Garrett, Weakley; R. W.
Tanner, Lauderdale; J. M. Ownby,
Obion. Two reports were made, R.
W. Tanner of Lauderdale offering
the minority, which sought to create
a new circuit composed of Lauder
dale, Tipton, Fayette, Hardeman
and McNairy counties. This being
voted down, the Lauderdale delega
tion declined to vote in any of the
succeeding business. The majority
reported recommending the creation
of a new circuit to be know.i as the
Fifteenth judicial circuit, as follows:
Comprising the counties of Madison
Chester, MuNairy, Hardeman, and
Fayette, provided that only the civil
jurisdiction of Madison be included
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The death of Judge James gested that there are possibly the hills like an eagle in the quest
Fentress removes one of the persons now drawing pen- of the quau, setting tne stanaaru ior
most prominent citizens ever sions who are not deserving, bird dogs so high fiat none has
reared in Bolivar. He was If there are such, they should reached it yet. He will tell you he
one of the ablest lawyers in be stricken from the rolls, saw Peep o' Day defeat banbords
the South and his ability was None but the absolutely de- Nellie in that spot ledge. He will
; ir tlia mr7 im. ooTOinfr nnrl t.hp uppdv. as I dilate on the fact that an Irish set-
nortant and responsible po- provided by the pension act, ter defeated the great Count Noble
sitions to which he was call- should be allowed to share in in that plum thicket and the Pitts
ed. all of which he filled with this fund. It should be kept burgers rent the air on the occasion
credit. His was a Strong in truth, and in fact a roll of He never wearies of recounting that
He was broad- honor. Bob Gates met and defeated Glad
stone Boy on that hillside; that those
THE DEAD BODY BILL. chammon bird finders and field trial
winners, Roderigo and Bob Gates
Thp fn ow n? from the me arouna vne om utgru u.v.u,
xt-k.,:h T?00.rtfWo,1n0a. that when the dogs were ordered up
- Combination Offer.
Bv a special arrangement you can
get the Bolivar Bulletin and the
Weekly Courier-Journal both one
year for only $1.75. This is for
in Hip new circuit, the crimiual iuris- rash uhRnriDtions onlv. All Bub-
H;iAn tn romain in thp 'IVplfth pir- scriDtioDS under this combination
minded, fair, iust, unyield
ing in his convictions. He
was not only learned in the
law, but brilliant in intellect,
refined and cultured. iav
ing spent a number of years
in travel in this ana loreign
cuit. The governor ot tne otate is
to appoint a judge and attorney-gen
eral for this subject to serve until
the next general election. Several
amendments were offered but all
were voted down and the majority
report adopted. The report recom
mended that Benton county be de-
tached from the Thirteenth judicial
circuit and attached to the Twelfth
circuit. Also that the circuit judge
of the Fourteenth judicial circuit
hold the Chancery Court of Lake
couuty. A committee of five to draft
bills with the recommendation and
present them to the legislature is to
be appointed by the chairman with
in the next ten days.
ofEer must be sent to the Bulletin,
JXO. L. MITCHELL
BANK OF BOLIVAR,
'Dibectoks G. T. Ingram, II. W. Tate, Jno. L. Mitchell,
W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage, W. C. Dorion, Jnu. P. Douglas.
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Prepared by --JArjESJ
Office In Bank of Bolirar. Bolivar, Tenn.
aay snows tne ijracneai wui - . h- Bob and Roderit!o defeated
countries, be was interesting ing of that infamous measure ami that after lunch the great Rod
md entertaining and was the known as the dead body bill: erigo enthused the crowd by his
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center of attraction in every Yesterday afternoon a writ ot re- matchless dashing onto ana pointing
assemblage. He was a Christ- plevin to recover from the Medical bird after bird around that glade
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tan gentleman, nnerai in ms mepanmem oi ine uuiversuy ui wun sucn rapiuny uu uic - D,u find a troublesome collection of
Kev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D.,
Waverly, Texas, writes: "Of a
morninir. wnen nrst rising, i oiien
I i For nearly ZD I
WjF half a century
( Wisys )
V bave been prowlnff famous in erery
V kind ot soil, every-where. Sold by f
611 dealers. 108 Seed Annual 1
I , mi postpaid free to all applicants. 11 1 -. I
I I" . D.M.FERBTACO. . ' J
Wise Words to Sufferers
8-rom a Woman of Notre Dame.-lni
Xwill mail, free of charge tnis Home Treatment
with full instructions, and the history of my own
case to any lady suttenng trom lemaie trouDie. on
can cure vourself at home without the aid of
any physician. It -will cost you nothing to give
the treatment a trial, and if you decide to continue
it will only cost you about twelve cents a week.
It will not interfere with your work or occupation.
I have nothing to sell. Tell other sufferers of it
that is all I ask. It cures all. young or old.
S-If you feel a bearing-down sensation, sense of
impending evil, pain in the back or bowels, creeping
feeling up the spine, a desire to cry frequently, hot
Caches, weariness, frequent desire to urinate, or if
you have I,eucorrhea ( Whites), displs cement or Fall
ing of the Womb, Profuse, Scanty or Painful Periods.
Tumors or Growths, address MRS. M. SUMMERS,
NOTRE DAME, IND., U. S. A-, for the FREB
tt? fatmf. nt and Fnn Information.
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Thousands tjgdei ayeu 1 will explain a simple Home Treatment which speedily
TO MOTHERS OR AJ'HTEKS I wm eip a Irregular Menstruation in young
KS TUetad&? of "Plaining her
Iduics. ... j J , 1
own state or county who know
cures all diseased conditions
Vv resu,.t 50. vour ;
10 oincis. , Tftrr von to well known ladies of your 1
Address HBS. ES. SUMMERS. sh tloirs Dame. InrJ.. U. S. A.
TWICE EVERY WEEK
The St. Louis-
The Great Republican;
Paper of America. . j
contributions to church and
to charity. He held a warm
place in his heart for the
people of Hardeman County,
who will learn with sincere
sorrow of his death.
MEETING OF BOARD.
The newly elected Mayor,
Marshal and Board of Alder
men held a meeting Monday
night in the County Court
Clerk's office. Those present
were T. D. Xewbern, Mayor;
N. F. Hizer, Marshal; G. M.
Savage, T. A. Parran, P. F.
Wilkinson, W. J. Wheeler,
T. M. Moore, W. F. Thomas,
G. SV. Breeden, Aldermen.
The officers were sworn in
by Deputy County Court
Clerk W. J. Milstead.
The following salaries were
fixed for the present year:
Nashville, the body of Mr. John cf relief when the judges ordered phlegm, which produces a cough,
v;iv.rto o ationt. nf thfi Davidson 1 Uo Kr2o nn ami o-avft the heat and and is verv hard to ui6louze: bat a
small quantity of Ballard's- llore-
hound "Syrup will at once dislodge
it, and the trouble is over. 1 know
of no medicine that is equal to it,
and it is so pleasant to take. 1 can
most cordially recommend it to all
nprsons needing a medicine for
throat or lung troubles." Price 25c,
50e, $1.00 per bottle at Cox & (Vs.
County Asylum, was issued by race to Rodeiigo
Justice Levine, on request of Mr. Many men who used to assemble
James Wilhote, a brother of the de- around the hotel lobby and crack
ceased, and was served by Constable jokes Alan Saraborn, Major Mur
James Lonshurst- nan, Capt. Key, Dr. Maclin, Dr.
Mr. John Wilhote had been an in- Cannon, have crossed the river and
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mate of the asvluni for more than have heard no more, men u
twelve vears. his relatives claim, and competion among lovers ot tne dogs
they say the first advice they had of of limited means. Now it is com-
the news of his death, which occurr- petition among tne millionaires.
ed on New Year's Day, came yester- Then almost every man handled and
dav morning from a friend, who vis- ran his own dog. JNow tne rauuon
ited the institution and learned of aires come down in tneir private
the matter in a casual way
ne was toia mai tne oouy ui mo uiu- vu v-"" . i .,i t V T?in
i. Ujw tho rifi ,-n hao.ks wraoDed in Milstead and 1. JN. Koland,
tner nau ueeu ueuvereu tu iue mcu- " - i. , 1:-11 1 Iltnoi
r :M.: .ii a thpir blankets, are rubbed and has been dissolved by mutual
IVdl lUUCC LUL UIS9CVtlUU uv. vuv." - '
secured the replevin writ and, in groomed like nice horses.
Constable Longhurst's company, they bred bird dogs to find and point
went to the college, where he claims birds. Now tbey breed dogs to ca-
to have found the corpse cut and vort over the old helda and ue out
mutilated in a manner which defied riders cry out "Hsrd your dog, Mr.
recognition. He will have the body Handler." Then they bred dogs to
interred to-day. I take on a day's shooting. Now they
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