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The Bolivar bulletin. (Bolivar, Tenn.) 1888-1946, April 19, 1901, Image 3

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1 Competitors, embracing the cons iiinma- j
tion of high art, the acme of skilled j
1 workmanship.
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Commencing Saturday morning, March 30th, promptly at the hour of 10 o'clock, I will a feast of bargains unfold,
the lightest one of which will harrow up the souls of those whom I have long since outstripped in the Dry Goods busi
iness, and will be hailed with pleasure and delight by the people, whose faithful friend I have ever been and ever expect
to be. My stock embraces 830,000 worth of goods. This season's goods are simply superb, and a magnificent collec
tion can be found at my great department store. Knowing the wants of my customers, backed by experience and money,
I entered the market well posted, free and unfettered and reaped a harvest of values, the like of which has never before
been offered to the public. The beautiful display in my show windows (a small sample of my marvelous stock) has
already attracted attention and admiration and customers are flocking in by scores. They come on foot, on horse-back,
in wagons, buggies, carriages, crowding our front and rear entrances with placards on their wagons "Headed for
Barrett's, the Great Bargain Giver of Bolivar." Come you are thrice welcome and may the crowd increase! 1 have
something for everybody plow gear, saddles and bridles tor the farmers, silks and laces tor the ladies, neckwear, head
wear and backwear for the young men and a few good cow hides for the boys, suitable for all ages.
We want everybody to visit us, whether you buy or not. Come when you please, stay as long as you wish. If you have never bought a dime's worth of us and never expect to, it
matters not the same invitation is extended to you. If we cannot get your patronage, we want your friendships sRead below a few of the many great values we offer. - st
Dry Goods Departments
500 pes. Calico, best grades,
4 to 5c.
10,000 yards Brown Domes
tic, 5c cant be bought in
town under G or Gic.
100 pes. Scotch Lawn, best
grade, 5c.
100 pes. Lawns and Organdies
new colors, 10 to 25c.
100 pes. White Goods bought
at bankrupt sale, will close
at irom o to 10c
FCCo
We are agents for these celebrated Corsets, eriven up to
fbe the best on the market. We handle both the girdle and
straight front and buy direct from the factory at Kalama
zoo, Mich.
bargain.
great
100 Duck and Linen Skirts,
something new.
Everything late in Embroid
eries, Yokeings and Laces.
Late styles in Woolen Goods,
attractive line of Silks and
Richest, most beautiful and
Satins ever shown in Bolivar.
200 Ladies' Silk and Satin Tailor-made Skirts late and up
to date. Also handsome line Silk Waists to match. As
stylish as can be found in any city.
Ladies' Ready-made Underwear, large assortment.
Handsome line Ladies' Fancy Hosiery, in Silk and Lisle
Thread, all colors.
Ladies' Belts and Ties, large stock, late novelties.
Lace Curtains, enough to beautify every home in Hardeman
County.
Ladies' Parasols in all shades.
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Clothing Departments
Our second floor is devoted princi
pally to this department, and our
present slock is by long odds the
largest, most attractive in style,
quality and price we have ever
carried.
100 Hoys' Knee Pants from 50c to
Nl.00.
100 Boys' Knee Suits from Toe to
1.00.
300 Men's Suits from $3.50 to $5.00.
100 Men's nice Suits from 7.50 to
S10.00.
200 Men's Tailor made Suits from
10.00 to S15.00.
500 pairs nice Pants, bought from
New York manufacturer at re
duced price, from $1 50 to 15.00.
Overalls and Jumpers, union made,
from .50 to $1.00.
A
Make
American Beauties.
We have them
in all styles and
shapes to fit every
figure, and every
corset is sold
under this most
liberal warrant
Mnnev refunded after four
weeks' trial if corset is not
satisfactory."
Look for this
Trade Mark on
inside of corset
and on box.
KALAMAZOO CORSET CO.
Sole Makers. KaUmazoo, Mich.
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Shoe Departments
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Gents' Furnishing Goods s
IN THIS LINE WE ARE HEADQUARTERS.
200 dozen Gents' fine Shirts (Manhattan, Monarch and
Triumph) in all colors, bought direct from factory, rang
ing in price from 50c to 1.50, finest line in the city.
Neckwear, and Hosiery in endless variety. We carry all
the late styles in Colars and Cuffs. This line is one of
specialties.
We have a car load of
Shoes, the largest shipment
ever made over the Illinois
Central at any one time to a
retail dealer. These Shoes
were purchased when facto
ries were in need of money,
consequently great bargains
were secured.
500 pairs Ladies' Shoes, worth from $1.50 to 82.00, will be
placed on the counter and sold at $1.00 per pair.
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500 pairs Men's Shots, all the late styles in vici, patent
leather and calf, fiom the celebrated factories of Smith &
Stoughton, Brown Shoe Co., and Roberts, Johnson &
Rand.
We have a most beautiful line of Ladies' fine Shoes and
Slippers, in patent leather and kid, including 500 pairs
Ladies' Slippers bought at Eastern bankrupt sale, that
we will close at 50c per pair worth double the money.
Furniture, Matting, Trunks, Valises, Bridles and
Saddles
My stock in all of these lines is full and complete. We
buy Furniture by the car load, and carry everything from
a bed room suit to a baby chair.
Just received 50 rolls of Matting, nobby and new, im
ported direct from Japan.
WANTED!
Ten thousand Cross Ties,
delivered on the Illinois Cen
tral anywhere between Jack
son and Bolivar. Will pay
highest market price-
Will also buy Chickens,
Eggs, Beeswax, Wool, Stock
Peas, in fact everything the
farmer has to sell.
We are agents for a large
Planing Mill, and can furnish
Good Pine Lumber in any
quantity on short notice.
Hats Hats Hats
Immense line Felt, both
soft and stiff, and Straws
by the thousands in all the
latest shapes. We carry in
stock the celebrated Swann
Brand, the best hat made.
We keep right up to the
A. ' M.
minute in the hat line, which is one of our specialties.
Grocery Department
Everything in this branch of my business, to which my
first floor is devoted, is bought in car load lots. Just re
ceived one car load of Flour, at prices that will sell itself.
Also car loads of Coi n, Bran and Oats. We keep in stock j
at all times a full line of Meat, Molasses, Sugar, Coffee in!
fact everything in the heavy grocery line.
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Free Railroad Fare
Customers from the following places, who trade to the
amounts mentioned below, will call at my oflice and get
free transportation:
MIDDLETON $20.
HICKORY VALLEY. 15.
T00NE 15.
MEDON 20.
GRA.ND JUNCTION... $15.
MIDDLEBURG. 10.
TEAGUE.- 15.
JACKSON 25. j serve .customers
FOR SALE One second
hand Phseton, in good condi
tion, at a bargain. "
We highly appreciate the
very liberal patronage that
has been extended to us in
the past, and hereafter we
will make greater efforts than
ever to merit a continuation
of same.
If we have failed to men
tion anything you need, come
and see us: we either have it
or can get it for you. Our
store is open from 6 o'clock
in the morning until 12
o'clock at night, and we have
a competent corps of sales
men who are ever ready to

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