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LOCAL and PERSONAL.
filias Nelle
in Whiteville.
Clinton is visiting
School Books and Supplies
at Hudson s.
Miss Fannie Jones
Friday from St. Louis.
returned
Major Rhea, of Whiteville,
spent Sunday in Bolivar.
Mr. J. A. Wilson, Jr., visited
his sister in Jackson Sunday.
Col. Geo. Bradford, of Tooue,
was over Monday on business.
Mrs. Lizzie Hose, of Hickory
Valley, was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. R. Jj. Napier, of Mem
phis, is spending the week in Boli
var.
Mrs. T. 1). Newbem returned
this week from Trenton and Brad
ford.
Mrs. Jas. W ltners and son,
Leon, are guests of Mrs. Mary
Bills.
-Mr. Thos. R. Smith, of Chica
go, visited Bolivar relatives recently-
Mr. W. G. McCIamrock, of
Walnut Ridge, Ark., is a guest at
Duulap.
Mrs. Moody, of Somerville,
was a guest at the Bolivar Hotel
this week.
Mrs. R. E. Rose, of Hickory
Valley, was a visitor to Bolivar
Tuesday.
Mrs. Lee Lightfort and chil
dren spent Sunday last in Grand
Junction.
Miss Bessie Tate is spending
the week with relatives near Hick
ory Valley.
Mr. W. N.Nuckolls, of White
County, Ark., is visiting relatives
in Hardeman.
The first " load of watermelons
of the season was sold on the streets
last Saturday.
Mrs. May and little daughter,
Lelia, of Hickory Valley, were in
town yesterday.
Mr. O. B. Polk, Sr., and son,
O. B. Polk, Jr., of Memphis, were
in town Friday.
Miss Nell Carter, of Jackson,
was Miss Emma Warren's guest the
first of the week.
Fruit Jars and Jellv Glass
es at Hudson's.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McKinnie,
of Jackson, were guests of Bolivar
relatives this week.
Attorney II. E. Carter went to
McNairy county the first of the
week on legal business.
Miss Julia Tate left Monday
morning for Helena, Ark., as guest
of Miss Mary T. Cjolidge.
Miss Mabel McGuire, one of
Whiteville's fair daughters, is a
guest of Mrs. Southall Dickson.
Dr. B. V. Hudson and wife
arc spending the week in Chatta
nooga and at Lookout Mountain.
Mr. Minge Hardaway came out
Tuesday evening from Memphis,
and will remain until August 1st.
Mr. W. C. Needham, the pop
ular editor of the Whiteville News,
was among our visitors Saturday.
Go to Hudson's for a good
Pocket Knife, Razor, Strop,
etc.
Mrs. J. M. Clark, of Corinth,
Miss., is visiting her brother, W.
T. Anderson, and sister, Miss Nan
nie. Prof. W. L. Fish, who has
been teaching at Smithdale, Ark.,
for several months, returned Satur
day. Mrs. W. B. WTilliams and little
son, Montgomery, of Blithevil'e,
Ark., are visiting Mrs. R
fort.
L. Light-
During the intense heat of the
past week the. government ther
mometer has registered 106 de
grees.
Buy your Perfumes, Soaps,
Cigars, Fine Candies, etc. at
Hudson's.
Rev. J. W. Dickens and Mit.3
Carrie Emerson are in Dyersb",
attending the Merry Rr'Aist As
sociation. - - --
Hon. Gilmer P. Smith, of
Memphis, is visiting his sisters in
Bolivar. He expects to remain sev
erel weeks.
Knox Nuckolls was kicked in
-WIT
e eve bv a mule Bunciay. we.
are glad to learn that
the eislit is
unimpaired. -
Esquire J. C. Jackson, of the
ISth district, who has been ill for
several weeks, we are glad to state
has recovered. .
Mr. J. B. Fulghutn, of Jack
son, came down Sunday to visit his
wife aud children, who are guests
of Bolivar relatives.
Mrs. D. E. D.irrelt received a
check this week from the Knights
of Honor for $2000, in payment of
the policy held by her late husband.
Mr. John A'.kins and family,
of Vildo, were in town this week.
Mr. Atkins returned Tuesday. Mrs.
Atkins and the children will remain
several days.
Those who live on farms are lia
ble to many accidental cuts, burns
and bruises, which heal rapidly
when BALLARD'S SNOW LINI
MENT is promptly applied. Price
25 andJ50cts. For sale by W. J.
Cox.
Services at the Baptist Churoh
Sunday. Morning subject, "The
Bible, God's Message to You."
Evening subject, "God's Treatment
of Hypocrites." Baptising in the
afternoon. J. F. Ray, Pastor.
WHITE'S CREAM VERMI
FUGE not only effectually expels
worms, but is unequaled as a tonic,
and is a certain and permanent cure
for Chills and Fever in children.
Price 25cts. For sale by W. J.
Cox.
Dr. W. J. Cox is attending
the Memphis Baptist Association in
session at Dyersburg, as a delegate
rom the Bolivar Baptist Church.
He is accompanied by Mrs. Cox,
who is visiting relatives in Dyers
burg.
Imperfect digestion and assimila
tion produce disordered conditions
of the system, which grow and are
confirmed by neglect. 1IERBINE
gives tone to the stomach, and
causes good digestion. Price SOcts.
or sale by W. J. Cox.
At a meeting of the directors of
the Progress Telephone Company
held Wednesday, a dividend of five
per cent, was declared for the past
six months, and a handsome sum
went to the reserve fund to be used
in improvements.
Every farmer, especially, and
all others interested in agricultural
pursuits, are cordially invited to
attend the Hardeman County Far
mers' Institute, to be held in the
courthouse at Bolivar, to-morrow
(Saturday) July 20th.
Is your liver tired? Does it fail
to doits duty? If so, don't neglect
its call for help. A few doses of
IERBINE may save you a spell of
sickness. HERBINE is the only
perfect liver medicine. it cures
Chills and Fever. Price 50cts. at
W. J. Cox's.
Messrs. Robert Jones, John
Bills, W. B. Sammons and several
other gentlemen, from . WThiteville
and Hickory Valley, were invited
out to Esquire E. B. Stewart's
Wednesday to shoot doves. One
hundred and fifty odd were bagged.
To eradicate worms from the sys
tem give the child plain, nourishing
food and WHITE'S CREAM VER
MIFUGE. The result will be, the
worms will disappear and the child
become healthy and cheerful. Price
25cls. For sale by W. J. Cox.
Miss Marie Franklin has been
elected by the School Directors of
Dist. No. 6 to teach the fall and
winter term at Black's Academy.
Miss Franklin is one of the most
conscientious, painstaking aud com
petent teachers in the county, and
the Directors arc fortunate indeed
in securing her services, which will
be appreciated by the 'patrons of the
school.
What among human ills is more
annoying than piles? The afflic
tions that present active exercise
are bad enough, but one that makes
even rest miserable is worse. Wom
en are among its . greatest- maityrs.
TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE
OINTMENT will cure the most ob
stinate cases. Price, 50cls. in bot
tle, tubes 75c. For sale by W. J.
Cox.
Rain has fallen during the past
few days in the northern, southern,
and eastern parts of the county.
WedntJday evening one-half in ;h
of rain iell in Bolivar, the first in
nearly two months. Last week's
intense heat and drouth almost fin
ished up the old corn, but cotton
and young corn, while not as prom
ising as a fw, weeks ago, still may
ir&ke a fair crop Wlh- favorable
conditions.
When you want a modern, up
date physic, try Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free at W.
J. Cox, Bolivai; J. W. Nuckolls,
Toone.
lh
I CORRESPONDENCE. 1
Vaughan's.
vur .armers are oauiy ... nee-, o.
good general rain, though crops
i r i
principally are fairing very well.
Sorry to report that Misses Carrie
and Claudia Sparkman have a case
, , ... , -
of fever, though they ajre doing
fairly well, seemingly.
A series of protracted meetings
are to begin at Van Buren Church
the 4th Sunday, and at Rocky
Springs the 1st Sunday in August.
Hope to have good revivals.
Messrs. Oscar and John Scott and
John ShaV, in company with three
charming young ladies from No.
10 Misses Lizzie Sauls, l.'ra and
Mary Camp made a flying trip to
Rogers' Springs in the recent past.
Wonder why "Sillie Bill" wasn't
along ?
Prof. Frank S. Coflin will train
the young minds- to shoot at
Vaughan's this summer.
The schools of this district aie to
commence this week. - -
Mrs. Frauces Galloway and her
son, Davie, returned from a pleas
ant visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Avant Saturday.
Mr. J. E. Sparkman visited the
family of his sister-in-law, Mrs. F.
A. Shearin, last week. He reports
some crops very dry around Bolivar.
Glad to know we are going to
have a "dirt" and plank bridge
built across Spring Creek at Ander
son's Mill, near here. The bridge,
as proposed, will cover one-third of
the distance, which is 1,200 feet,
making levee 800 feet. Will afford
traveling facilities more convenient,
provided same is built.
Prof. W. N. Kidd, of Mississippi,
made a flying visit to the tentb dis
trict recently. Call on No. 9 next
time, my friend, and see if we can't
afford to show as good hospitality
as sister ten.
Miss Eula Terry anticipates vis
iting relatives in Mississippi in the
near future. 44Johnnic" has lost
his heart, but hope it will return af;
ter her sojourn.
Minimum.
Walnut Grove Items.
Esq. W. J. Milstead and family
spent Sunday with Crainesville rel
atives. J. L. Allpord was at Lisbon on
business Thursday last.
C. T. Milstead was in Chester
County several days last week.
L. B. Fish, of the I. C. R. It.,
was here Sunday.
Marshal Johnson left recently for
Middle Tennessee, where be has a
good position.
Forest fires have been raging in
the hills near here for several days,
though no serious damage has been
done so far.
Mrs. Olive Milstead returned
Thursday from Fulton, Ky., where
she spent several days visiting her
daughter, Mrs. T. L. Amnions'.
Mr. BF. Fulghum will resume
work at his heading factory in a
few days.
Prof. W. L. Fish came through
here Saturday evening en route for
home from Arkansis.
Several young people from
Crainesville attended church here
Sunday. "
Our school opened Monday with
Prof. J. LI Allford at the helm.
Dr. G. M. Dorris and family, of
Dorris, spent several days'last week
with W. M. Ragon, on a fishing
tour.
We assure our gallant friend,
"Franklin," of Forest Hill, that in
case the County Superintendent and
his Hollywood "friend" come over
to the Forest Hill Institute, we will
be there ready to do all in our pow
er to have a successful meeting.
Unclk Fuller.
Under the heading of "Twigs
from the Forest," in the Sovereign
Visitor of July, a paper published
at Omaha, Neb., in the interest of
Woodcraft, we notice the following
from Bolivar Camp No. 36 : "Since
the arrival of our new Billie he'has
been fed on" tin cans that he might
be in proper shape for the introduc
tion of two would-be choppers. Bil
lie was introduced to his first one
and because he did not doff bis bat
he pasted him one in the slats The
second did not want to ride, so Bil
lie got mad and when the strauger
got astride Billie showed his friend
that he could go all the gaits. We
jave a camp of seventy-five mem
berslfifLstill increasing. You will
hear from usSgain as soon as Billie
gets the ruffle? out of his hide. Long
live Wooden-"
Conference Closed.
Jackson, July 13 The Jackson
district conference, M. K. Church,
: South, which has been in session
tne past tnree days at Medina, cioseu
this afternoon. The District League
was organized and the following of-
fieerg elecled . President, Rer. W.
j. Carlton, of Henderson ; first vice
presideut, A. P.Ivinzie, of Jackson,
second vice president, Miss Leila
P'itchett, of Jackson ; third vice
presideut, II. G. Howell : secretary
j- Leake, of Jackson.
Delegates to the next annual con
ference were elected as follows : Dr.
James Blackburn, of Medina, J.W.
N. Burkett, and S. D. Hays, of
Jackson, Judge J. T. Luppin, of
Somerville.
Prof. R. B. Douglas, chairman
of the Sunday-school and Christian
education committee, read his re
port, which brought out the follow
ing facts : Number of congregations
in district, 60; number of Methodist
Sunday-schools, 40; number of pu
pils, 3,148; Sunday-school church
members, 1,440; libraries, 16; num
ber of pupils in church schools 222;
money collected on children's day,
$154 93.
Bolivar was selected a.- the place
for lh next conference.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
I cordially invite the pub
lic to visit, my Iscw Soda
Fountain and drink there
from Delicious Pepsol, Coco
Cola, Ice Cream Soda, Egg
Phosphate, Egg Chocolate,
Egg Lemonade, Bolivar
Glace, Orange Float, Mint
Freeze, Orange Cider, Claret
Lemonade. Best quality and
best service guaranteed.
W. J. Cox.
Great Bargains.
Through the remainder of
the season my Hats will go
at cost.
Miss Maggie Black.
A Poor Millionaire
Lately starved in London because
he could not digest his food. Early
use of Dr. King's New Life Puis
would have saved him. They
strengthen the stomach, aid diges
tion, promote assimilation, improve
appetite. Price 25c. Money back
if not satisfied. Sold byW. J. Cox,
druggist.
During last May an infant child
of our neighbor was suflering from
cholera infantum. The doctors had
given up all hope of her recovery.
I took a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea liem
edy to the house, telling them I
felt sure it would do good if used
according to' directions. In two
days time the child had fully recov
ered. The child is now vigorous
and healthy. I have recommended
this remedy frequently and have
never known it to fail. Mrs. Cur
tis Baker, Bookwalter, Ohio. Sold
byW. J. Cox, Bolivar; J.W. Nuck
olls, Toone.
Non-Kesident Notice.
Charley Jones,
X
, et als) of
Ko. 1438 R. D.
In the County Court
Hardeman County, Tenn
Malin la Jones,
TS.
It appearing from the petition, which is sworn
to, that Josephine Valentine and her husband,
Duvid Valentine, are non.residents of the state of
Tennessee and are residents of the state of Arkan
sas; that Ida Uiclcerson and her husband, frank
Dickerson, are non-residents of the state of Ten
nessee and are residents of the state of Mississippi ;
that Piokey Jones (formerly but who is now mar
ried and the name of her husband is unknown and
cannot be ascertained, upon diligent inquiry,) and
her husband, are non-residents of the state of
Tennessee and are residents of the state of Illinois,
so that ordinary process of law can not be served
upon any of the above named defendants.
It Is therefore ordered that publication be made
for four consecutive weeis in the Bolivar Bulletin,
a newspaper published in the town of Bolivar,
Tenn., requiring said non-residnt defendents to
enter their appearance before the county court at
Bolivar, Tenn., on the first Mocday in September,
1901', and plead, answer or demur to the allegation
in said bill contained, otherwise the same will be
taken for confessed, as to them, and the case set for
hearing. Ex. Parte.
In testimoney whereof witness my band, this
July 13th, 1901.
JULIUS CRAWFORD, Clerk.
By J. A. Wilson, Jr., D. C.
itor&?i5nii,A-'-
MOTIC
I am prepared to bore
new "Wells or curb old ones
on short notice. Can make
pipe or deep Wells. Your
patronage solicited. Prices
reasonable and work guaran
teed. 1. O. IE5STJbC
Progress Telephone, 65 )
BOLIVAR,
TENS.
Cuinberl'U Telephone, 31-2
WRITE OIl LARGE
CATALOGUE FREE!
CALL WHEN IN THE CITY.
:
J. N. MULFOKD, Jeweler
MEMPHIS, TENN.
County Board of Health
uarantine Notice !
At a meeting of tne Coun
ty Board of Health of Harde
; man County, Tennessee, held
July 13, 1001 present, R.
W. Tate, M. D., President;
W. J. Cox, Chairman Coun
ty Court ; and Julius Craw
ford, County Court Clerk
the following action was
taken :
Resolved, By the County
Board of Health of Hardeman
County, Tennessee, that on
account of the existence of
Charbon (Anthrax) and oth
er communicable diseases,
among stock in adjoining
states, and the imminent
danger therefrom to the stock
in Hardeman County, Ten
nessee, that R. W. Tate, the
President of this Board, be
authorized and directed to
notify all persons, firms or
corporations of the penalties
imposed by law for bri 1121112
diseased stock into this state
and county, or stock which
may have been liable to be
come infected with commu
nicable diseases.
Any person who brings' into
this state, or who sells or of
fers to sell stock affected with
any communicable disesaes,or
which have been exposed,to
such diseases, is guilty of a
misdemeanor, and shall be
fined not more than 100.00,
or imprisoned not more than
three months, or both, in the
discretion of the court.
Resolved, That the Presi
dent of the Board notify the
public that this law will be
rigidly enforced," and that
all persons violating it will
be promptly prosecuted by
this Board.
R. W.Tate, M. D., President.
W. J. Cox, Ch'm'ii II. C. C.
J. Crawford, Clerk II. C. C.
NOTICE.
I am prepared to sharpen
Gins, bore "Wells, arid curb
Wells with Stone, Iron or
Wood. My machinery is all
first-class. Terms reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
I). W. PAUUAN,
Bolivar, Tenn.
IT i r s t - 0 1 x s
SODA FOUNTAIN
All the latest drinks.
Ice Cream.
Sherbert.
CrttshedFruits of all kinds.
WHITE PATRONAGE ONLY SO
LICITED. R. L Lightfort & Co.
JEWELERS.
A. E. BLACK,
County Surveyor
Entry Taker.
Toone, Tenn.
Surveying done
od short notice.
1. C. Ii. It. TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, Jan. 20, 1901.
Xo. Sjl'th.
25... ................ .6. 29 p.m.
a.m.
No. Nobth.
56. ........ .....6. 58 fc.ni.
24 .9.08 p.m .
95 local.... 8.30 a.m.
94 local- 2.50 p.m.
W. A. HOUSE, Agent
Wanted-An Idea I
Frotect your Ideas: ther mar brln
Who can thin
of some simple
thins to patent?
Write JOHN WEDDERBtJRN A CO., Patent Attor
neys. Washington. D. C. for tbelr $1.8U0 priM oHr
and list of two hunured lnTentions wanted.
MERVITA PILLS
Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor and Manhood
Care Im potency. Night Emissions, Loss of Mem
tnpT mij ft ring you weaitn.
ory, au wastinar diseases,
all effects ot self-abuse or
excess and indiscretion.
A nerve tonio and
60
PILLS
oo
CTS.
t i r iSiDlooa ouiiaer. Brings
tne piruc glow to paie
cheeks and restores the
fire of yontta. By mail
SOo Der box. O boxes for
2. CO. with onr bankable sraurantee to core
or refund the money paid. Send for circular
and copy of our bankable guarantee bond
NervitaTablets
(YELLOW LABEL)
EXTRA STRENQTH
Immediate Results
Positiyely guaranteed cure for Loss of Power,
Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs,
Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostra
tion, Hysteria, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and the
Results of Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium or
T.innnr. Bv mail in nlain naclram. Sl.OO a
box, 6 for $5.00 with onr bankable gnar- j
an tee bond to cure in 30 days or refund
money paid. Address I
N ER VITA MEDICAL CO. '
Clinton & Jackson Sts CHICAGO, tlP
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Our Grand
M i j &
Still continues,
been disposed of. We
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livery ouu goes ai .p.vv.
M M H iM
Also, 200 Stylish Colored Shirts, former
price $J.00, now 50 cents.
jc ije
Bargains are springing: up all over the
house. Everything reduced in prices.
J. A. Barrett.
- t) WHITE'S CREAM -i
ORMSIVE R miFUCE !
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. VJ2iM
BOIiD HTC Alili
(Prepared
ty JAMES F. BALLARD. St. Louis.
For Sale By
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CLUBBING-
Bulletin and Home and
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rmiieun anu weeKiy
Appeal 1 year
A Bulletin and Twice-a-Week Courier
Journal lyear...." 1.25
Bulletin, Home and Farm, Weekly Com-
mercial Appeal, Twice-a-Week Cour-
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Those who
OV scription, accompanied
BULLETIN,
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SALE OF VALUABLE
TOWN PROPERTY.
43 lessee
The Board of Education of the town of Bolivar
will receive sealed bids for the sale of the old
Bolivar Female Academy Building and Lot
Until Saturday, August JO, 1901, at 2 o'clock
noon, at which time same will be opened, and
if satisfactory price is not obtained, will sell the
same in front of said building to the highest
bidder, a The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. h Sale for cash. x Address bids
to R. N. Mitchell, President, Bolivar, Tenn.
This July 10, 90 1.
U fs YourlLiVerl
von havA hp-Hrhoe tnnmip i
constinafprl- haH in fhf
h'M
If not al! nf thaco
some or tbern It's your
liver.
amr
appetite and
For Sale By
Clothing Sale...
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Over 200 Suits have
yet have 200 left.
nn vyj
Uost in Quantity. Best in Quality.
DH-XTGrGISTS.
- -. - -
W. J. COX.
Farm 1 year 1.00
"I 1
commercial .
1.10
des'ie to take advantage
of these rates must send their sub- (
by the cash, to the
Bolivar, Tenn.
It. N. Mitchell,
Board
of
T. D. NEWBERJf,
C. A. Miller, ) .Education.
Your appetite is poor.
mated, bad bream, bowels
mouth?
m m
is a natural
vegetable remedy.
containing no mineral or
nnrmtlr roi;nn? It will rnrrprt
or all symptoms, make your health.
spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents.
W. J. COX.
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