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In order to make room for
fice. This sale will be
1000 yards Lonsdale Bleached Domestic, 8 1-3 cts.
former price, 10 cts.
1 lot Remnants Bleached Domestic, 6 1-2 cts.
1 lot Remnants Best Calicos, 4 cts. per yard for
mer price 5 and 0 cts.
1 lot Remnants Worsted Dress Goods, half price.
Ladies' Flannel Shirt Waists, 75 cts., 81, 81.50
former prices 81, 81.50 and 82.50.
Ladies' Top Skirts, 81.50, 82.00, 82.50 and 83.50
former prices 82.50, 83.00, 85.00, 8Q.0O.
Men's All-wool Sweaters, 75 cts., former price.S1.25.
The Bolivar Bulletin.
1. C. It H TI31E TABLE.
Effective Sunday, JaD. 20, .1901.
No. Soutii. No. North.
25..., -..6.29 p.m. 2G 7.16 a.m.
23 - 7.45 a.m. 24 . 9.08 p.m.
95 local- 8.15 a.u. 94 local.......2.50 p.m.
"W. A. HOUSE, Agent
Mi. Henry Kahn left last week
Arthur Williams died recently
near Hickory Valley.
Just received at Durrett's
Hon. J. A. Foster has our
thanks for public documents.
Mr. John Norment, of Clayton,
Miss., was in town this week.
Xevv Spring Shoes at
Mrs. S. Dickson visited White
ville relatives the first of the week.
Capt. R. II. Wood is visiting
his daughter, Mrs. House, at Frank
lin. Mrs. Mattie Lambert is spend
ing the week with Mrs. John War
ren. Mr. 13. F. Huddleston, of Jack
son, was in Bolivar Monday on bus
Col. G. T. Ingram and little
eon, Robert, were
Ladies, go to Durrett's ;b tbe B.mk t0
arid see the beautiful Nevjerg Bank of 1
Both the Bolivar Bulletin;
and tbe Jackson Dispatch win be
sent to any address one year
Mrs. G. M. Wilkinson and
Misses Jennie Mitchell and Ella
Crawford are visiting in Jackson
Rev. G. A. Strickland, of Oko
lona, Miss., has been called to the
pastorale of the Presbyterian Church
Wanted to Buy Rent
Notes, Land Notes.
Bank of Bolivar.
Mrs. II. F. Wilson, of Rus
sell, vssited relatives here the first
of the week. Mr. Wilson and Ilar
rell are in Whiteville.
Messrs. Emmet Wilkes and
Festus Rhodes, two enterprising
and popular citizens of Whiteville,
were in the city Sunday.
"The Social Club" met with
Miss Jennie Ilardaway Tuesday
evening. After the usual games
refreshments were served.
Mr. J. II. Doyle is in Nash
ville, attending a meeting of the
Grand Lodge of Masons, as repre
sentative from the Bolivar Lodge.
500 Bushels Peas,
est market price paid
Savage & Emeksox.
Cascade and Paducaii Club,
two of the leading brands manufac
tured. For sale by R.M.Redfearn,
Coates Block, Bolivar, Tenn.
There will be an entertainment
at the Bolivar Public School Build
ing on the evening of February 15.
The program will be published next
The "Imperial" Ladies7
Shoes and Oxfords at
D. E. Durrett's.
Dr. S. Dickson will visit Grand
Junction Tuesday and Wednesday,
February 5th and 6th. All who are
in need of dental work are invited
to meet him.
Low rate of interest given
Mrs. Lee Lightfoi t and daught-
er Ellen, spent Sunday last at
, d r!J n,l .Iiiiwtini) tlio ftfnasmn Vf!nnr
the celebration of Dr. Dunlap's
When pain or .irritation exists on
any part of the botly the application
of Ballard's Snow Liniment will give
prompt relief. Price 25 and 50 cts.
Sold by W. J. Cox.
Mpsdames Hulse and Gaiuey
passed through Bolivar Sunday
morning last on their way to Mid
dleton to convey the body of Mr.
John T. Hulse to Indianapolis.
Mrs. Ella Fleet and sister, Miss
Jennie Foote, left Wednesday
our Spring Stock, we will offer the following goods at a great sacri
stricth cash and WILL CONTINUE FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
to lake charge of the
boardiug department of the Com
mercial Hotel at Grand Junction.
I. W. Harper is the Gold Medal
whiskey of the world. Highest
awards at Pari,1000; Chicago, 1893;
New Orleans, d885. Unbeaten and
Unbeatable! Sold by Seddens &
Co., Bolivar, Tenn.
On Tuesday Mrs. J. Kabn en
terlaiued the Current History Club
and a few other friends at a most
artistic tea. Delicious refreshments
were served which were discussed
with even more gusto than the event
of the day.
My stock of Hardware is
very complete and prices are
low. D. E. Durrett.
Joe Knight, a notorious law
breaker, was shot and killed in
Memphis Tuesday by Police Ser
geant Perry. The verdict of the
jury of inquest was that the officer
acted in self defense. Knight once
lived in Bolivar.
Sweeton & Black have just
received another car load of
the celebrated Studebaker
Buggies and Wagons.
Dr. W. D. Reid, who has been
a resident of Bolivar for the past
three months, left Wednesday for
Whiteville to join his .family, who
are visiting relatives in that city.
We understand that Dr. Reid ex
pacts to locate in Humboldt.
You can help anyone whom you
find suffering from inflamed throat,
laryngeal trouble, bronchitis.coughs,
colds, etc., by advising the use of
Ballad's Horehound Syrup,'the great
remedy for coughs and colds. Price
25 and 50 cents. Sold by W. J.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Dan F.
Elliotte, of Memphis, spent. several
days in town this week visiting his
sister, Mrs. W. J. Cox, who has
been ill for the past two weeks with
pneumonia. -We are glad to state
that Mrs. Cojc's condition is greatly
Full stock of "ArrowBrand"
Collars iust received. (2 for
25 cents.) D. E. Durrett.
The Bullbtix announces with
sorrow the death of Mr.- Hodge
Clift, which occurred Monday even
ing at the home of his father, Mr.
William Clift, four miles southwest
of Bolivar, of typhoid fever. He
was a promising young man, about
25 years of age.
We will include 3
jE in this sale our
Don't let the hand of time paint
wrinkles on your face, keep young
by keeping the blood pure and the
digestive organs in a healthful con
dition. Herbine will do this. Health
is youth, disease and sickness brings
old age. Price 50 cents. Sold by
W. J. Cox.
Mr. John Young and Miss
Cora Black were united in marriage
Sunday at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. G. W. Black,
in the- 14th district, Esquire W. II.
Tate officiating. Quite a number
of friends were present to witness
the happy event. The Bulletin
For Rent or Sale The
Nuckolls Livery Stable Lot.
Bank of Bolivak.
The Department of Agriculture
of the University of Tennessee has
recently issued a handsomely illus
trated pamphlet of 83 pages, con
taining much information valuable
to farmers. The book can be ob
tained free of cost by writing a
postal card to Prof. Andrew M.
Soule, Department of Agricnlture,
University of Tennessee, Knox
ville. Every member of the Har
deman County Farmers' Institute
should send for a copy of this book.
There is probably no disease or
condition of the human system that
causes more distress and suffering
than piles. Tabler's Buckeye Pile
Ointment cures them quickly, with
out pain or detention from business.
Price 50cts in bottles. Tubes T5ets.
Sold by W. J. Cox. -
We are in ..receipt' of a letter
from Mr. W. A. Cheshire, of Red
Fork, Ark., enclosing a money or
der for renewal of his subscription
to the Bulletin. From his letter,
we publish the following extract:
'I have just returned from a four
days' ' camp hunt, duringwhich
time we kilied fourteen deer, six
turkeys and a considerable quantity
of small gime. We have plenty of
bird dogs, deer-hounds, guns and
game. Come over and enjoy the
When you want a physic that is
mild and gentle, easy to take and
pleasant in effect use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price
25 cents. Samples free. Every box
guaranteed. For sale by W. J.
Cox, Bolivar; J. W.Nuckolls,Toone.
Mrs. William McKinnie died
last week after a lingering illness.
The immediate canse of her death
Men's Colored Stiff Bosom Custom Made Shirts,
75 cts former prices 81 and 81.25.
Men's All-wool Underwear, 81.50 per suit former
Men's Fleece-Lined Underwear, 75 cts. per suit
former price, 81. f
Ladies' Fleece-Lined Underwear, 50 cts. per suit
former price 75 cts.
Ladies' Jackets and Capes at halt price.
200 pairs Ladies' Shoes at $1 and $1.25 former
.was pneumonia. Mrs. McKinnie
was over eighty years of age, one
of the oldest residents of Hardeman
County. She was twice married.
Her first husband was Daniel Saine,
by whom she had one child. After
his death, she was married to Mr.
William McKinuie. She was a
kind hearted, christian woman and
her long life was usefully speut.
Her remains were buried in the old
Salem graveyard, nine miles south
Are you nervous, run down, weak
and dispirited? Take a few doses
of Herbine. It will infuse new en
ergy, new life into the exhausted
nerves, the overworked brain or
muscular system, and put a new
face on life and business. Price 50
"cents. Sold by W. J. Cox.
The Saturday Evening Post
(Philadelphia) announces for early
publication a twelve-part serial sto
ry of love and adventure by Morgan
Robertson, "Masters of Men,", a
powerful tale of the new Navy.
The central figures in the story are
a rich orphan, who has entered the
Navy as an apprentice, and a young
ensign fresh from the Naval Acade
my. The author leads his two he
roes through a maze of adventures
by land and sea. This romance
may fairly be called the best work
of the best writer of sea stories iu
W. J. Cox, Bolivar; J. W. Nuck
olls, the druggists, will refund you
jour money if you are not satisfied
afler using Chamberlain's Stomach
and, Liver Tablets. They cure dis
orders of the stomach, biliousness
constipation and headache. Price
25 cents. Samples free.
J. A. Cheshire died Wednes
day', January 23rd, at his home iu
the 8th civil district, of heart dis
ease. Ills remains were buried in
Pleasant Grove Cemetery, two and
one-half miles south of Bolivar.
Deceased was born and reared in
Hardeman County, and at the time
of his death was 55 vears of asre.
He was the youngest and last of
nine children born to Tennyson and
Eva Cheshire. His aged mother is
still living, and is the oldest resi
dent in the county, now nearingthe
century mark. The subject of this
sketch was married in 1860 to Miss
Margaret Crisp, daughter of Col. E.
C. Crisp, who for a number of years
prior to the civil war' was Clerk of
the Circuit Coart of this county.
Mr. Cheshire was a brave Confeder
. .-AW I. .'.
ate soldier and an honorable man.
A wife and three children survive,
who have the sympathy of many
Nervous children are almost al
ways thin children. The 4out-door-boy"
is seldom nervous. While's
Cream Vermifun;e is the best pre
ventive of nervousness. It strength
ens the system and assists to that
sort of flesh which creates strength
and power of endurance. Price 25
cents. Sold by W. J. Cox.
Thursday morning of last week
Mr. John Redd was one of the hap
piest men in town, having just re
ceived from the President of the
United States his commission as
postmaster at Bolivar, dated De
cember, 1900, to hold for four years.
It was beautifully inscribed, hand
somely decorated with a gold seal
and ribbon, and Mr. Redd was
proud of it. But, there is no tell
ing what a day will bring forth.
Friday morning, Mr. Redd was not
in such a happy frame of mind.
During the night, robbers entered
the postoffice, blew open the safe,
robbed it of $50.00 in cash, several
money order receipts and other val
uable papers. Two registered
packages, both containing money,
were overlooked by the robbers.
Some of the tools used in forcing
entrance to the safe were taken
from the shop of Mr. J. M. Taylor,
near by. The work was evidently
done by experts. This is the third
safe robbed iu Hardeman County
within the past three weeks.
The greatest danger from colds
and lagrippe is their resulting in
pneumonia. If reasonable care is
used, however, and Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy taken, all danger
will jje avoided. It will cure a cold
or an attack of lagrippe in less time
than any other treatment. It is
pleasant ami safe to take. For sale
by W. J. Cox, Bolivar; J.W.Nuck
Mr. J. T. Hulse died of apo
plexy at Middleton Saturday morn
ing. His remains were shipped to
his old home, near Indianapolis,
Ind., for interment. Mr. llulse
came to Bolivar about twelve years
ago with Mr. Henry L. Wallace, a
son of Gen. Lew Wallace, and en
gaged iu the manufacture of staves.
Later, he was connected with the
Ingrain Stave Company. He was
also engaged in the real estate busi
ness here for several years under
the firm name of Caruthers & Hulse.
About two years ago, he moved to
Middleton and reengaged in the
manufacture of staves. Mr. Hulse
was a man of fine business qualifica
tions and sound judgment. He
manifested a great interest in the
development and upbuilding of our
section of country, where his lot
was cast and where the evening of
his life was spent. He believed in
morality, industry and education
and his influence was always exert
ed for good. The announcement of
his death will be a shock to his
many friends throughout the coun
ty. Card of Thanks.
Having sold my entire stock of picture goods, I
beg leave to offer my sincerest thanks to those (the
ladies especially) who so liberally accorded me
their generous and most highly appreciated pat-.
rooage while engaged in the picture framing busU.
ness. Yours Tery truly,
Whiteville, Tenn. L. E. IIammoxs, T. A.
Sad to Conquer or Die.
'I was just about gone," writes
Mrs. Rosa Richardson, of Laurel
Springs, N. C, 'I had consumption
so bad that the best doctors said I
could not live more than a month,
but I began to use Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured
by seven bottles and am now stout
and' well." It's an unrivaled life
saver in consumption, pneumonia,
lagrippe and bronchitis; infallible
for coughs, colds, asthma, hay fover,
croup or whopping cough. Guaran
teed bottles 50c and $ 1. Trial bot
tles free at W. J. Cox's drug store.
Capital Slock $20,000.00.
Siock sold, 107 Shares,
100.00 each $10,700.00
Stock on hand, 03 Shares,
100 00 each J,300.00
President Diinlap Springs Co.
Bolivar, Tenn., Jan. 30, 1001.
Fine Spanish Jacks
Apply to V. A. Rogers,
Andrew Chapel, Madison