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The Bolivar Bui letin. 1 Bp-Anna CoaM u at Roscr8'
! Fresh Drugs at Cox'r
2 T.nnAT.nnfi ppipsnuAT.. r
si; ford, is in town.
drouth has at last been
the order of
Turnip sowing is
' School Books and Supplies
You must register before Thnrs.
day, Aug. 22.
Mrs. J. M. Clark returned to
Fruit Jars and Jelly Glass
es at Hudson's.
Mrs. II. F. Wilson, of Brad-
Drink Pepsol at Cox's.
There will be preaching at the
Presbyterian church Sunday.
Miss Alma Ilerron returned to
Jaekson Friday last.
Miss Linnie Claire Gates is a
guest at Gibson Wells.
Try a "Bolivar Glace,
Mrs. Jennie L. Johnson, of El-' The West Tennessee Colored
bridge, Tenn., Messrs. Rufus K. Baptist Association is in session at
Miller, of Potersville, Mo., and 11. ' Bolivar. Sixty churches are repre-
T. Miller, of Moriab, Tenn., visited 1 sented and about 200 delegates are
present. 'J he Association will re
main in session until Sunday night.
The Sunday School convention,
which convened Tuesday, closed
Wednesday night. Seventy.-five
dollars was raised for Sunday
School and Mission work.
You kill your own vote by fail
ing to register befoie the 22nd inst.
Mr. Turner Polk, of Jackson,
is visiting Mrs. R. A. Tate and
A "few Hammocks left at
Cox's for about cost.
Mr. and Mis. W. W. Cox are
spending the week at Rogers
All of the popular cold
drinks served at Cox s boda
Go to Hudson's for a good Fountain.
Tolrt Tv"t-?fV T ? n 'rv St vnn
spent ounuay witn relatives near
Hie iron fence around the I Saulsbury
pnnpf TTor1 liia lmnn rnrio int nd I
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luusuii nun jui, uiwu
The next complaint from the Rubbers and Tops, at Cox's
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Bur your Perfumes, Soaps, Dr. and Mrs. Douglas and son,
Cigars, Fine Candies, etc. at John, are visiting in Brownsville
Hudson's. . and Arlington.
Mr. Walter White returned re- Mr. Jotin wmte, Jr., letton
cently from a visit of six weeks to Wednesday lor Arkansas to accept
Texas. a position in a shingle factory.
Dr. Jerre L. Crook, wife and Lightfort's Photograph Gallery
child, of Jackson, are guests at is again ready for business and the
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Foster re
turned from Middleton the first of
We call special attention to the
Southern Normal University ad. in
patronage of the public is respect
Esquires II. A. Scott, Roger
S. Clark, and J. S. Wheeler were
in the city Monday on business.
Mrs. II. O. True and daughter,
Myrtle, returned to Memphis this
week. From there they leave for
Mrs. I. Kahn and daughter,
Elsie Belle, returned to Memphis I Buffalo
oaumiay lasi. Ice Cream Soda, Milk
Mr. James Campbell, of Mem- Shake, Coco-Cola, Pepsol
phis, was the guest of St. Kathar- and Crushed Fruit Ices all
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Morrison,
of Ennis, Tex., visited Mrs. Aman
da Coates this week.
at 5 cents each at Cox's New
Miss Bessie Murrell, one of
Jackson's beauties, is the guest of
Miss Wee Wee Ingram.
Mr. Fcstus Rhodes, of Whitc
ville, was a visitor to Bolivar and
Dunlap the first of the week.
Mr. Anderson Spight, of Pop
lar Springs, Miss., is the guest of
his uncle, Mr. W. T. Anderson.
Messrs. Will Utley and Harry
Walters, two handsome young gen
tlemen from Jackson, attended the
ball at Dunlap Tuesday evening
Dr. Robert Wood Tate and
wife left Wednesday morning for
Cerulean Spvings, Ky. They ex
pect to be absent about ten days
We understand that hundreds
of white cranes have been seen in
the bottoms recently catching and
eating fish from the sloughs and
Mr. R. F. Amnions brought to ponds
tue jjULTetin oihce last rrutayiue A free and easy expectoration is
first open boll of cotton of the sea-J produced by a few doses of BAL-
hoii LARD'S IIOREHOUJMD BYKU1',
in all cases of Hoarseness. Sore
Mrs. L. Luther and children, Throat, or difficult breathing. Price
Mabel and Leola, of Lamont, Mo., j 25c and 50c. Sold by W. J. Cox,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. S
Luther. 1 Mr James Collins. Jr.. acconi
tvt;,. Mm nini Tv ntP I nanied bv Misses Seaburn and
Alice Jones, from New Orleans, are Thompson, of Jackson, came down
guests of Misses Pcarle and Rosa Wednesday to visit the Hospital
-TnTirKS.ibscribeis to Com- UT. &. UlCKSOn Will Visit urauu
mercial must settle every month by Junction Wednesday and Thursday,
lio intli f ri inat mnntli'a mil.Sfr.n- Ausrust 21st and 22nd. He will be
tion or paper will be discontinued, pleased to serve all who are in need
William Wilkinson. of dental work.
Mr. Geo. E. Dorion, of the Mr. ana Airs. ji. n. nerrou, o
Farason Grocery Co., Memphis, Craineaville, Miss Jennie Mitchell,
was the guest of Mr. W. C. Dorion and Mr. R. C. Wilkinson at
HiU wppk tended the Ilerron reunion at Jack
Misses Nannie and Alice AventjSOn euesay
I -m. w T T- . . t 1 A.
and Master Will Allen May, of Mr. Jacvc lutts, wuo lives jusi
Hickory Valley, are quests of Miss over the Hardeman line in Chester
county, was in town Wednesday
He says that he and his neighbor
have splendid crops.
the Western Hospital this week.
Elder J. N. Hall, of Fulton,
will begin a series of meetiugs at
Walnut Grove on Tuesday, August
27th. Services will be held day and
night and will continue for a week.
The program of the Hardeman
County Sunday School Convention
will appear in next week's issue of
the Bulletin, with a list of the ap
pointed delegates from each Sunday
Mr. Jasper Shelton, of Pine
op, brought to our office Thursday
prigs of white oak and post oak,
which were laden with acorns. He
says the beech and hickory mast is
Rev. C. C. McDaniel spent sev
eral days in town this week. He
was requested to assist in the fun
eral services of his life-time friend,
Gen. Neely, Sunday, but it was im-
)ossible for him to be present.
6 Up to Thursday morning 109
voters in this district had register
ed, out of a total of about 400.
Those who have registered will call
on the registrars, Messrs. John
Warren and S. D. Jacobs, at the
courthouse, and receive their certi
The old Academy building, ad
vertised for sale by the School Com
missioners last Saturday, was bid in
by Dr. II. W. Tate for $400,00.
The Commissioners reserved the
right to reject any and all bids if
they see proper.
Mr. W. M. Lambirt, of the
Iickory Valley neighborhood, came
n Monday with a load of water
melons that were monsters. The
general average of the load was for-ty-five
pounds. The heaviest pulled
down fifty pounds.
The "sweet sixteen" element,
which is becoming quite a factor in
olivar social circles, enjoyed a hay
ride on last Fridav evening, given
n honor of Miss Bessie Murrell, of
Jackson. The ride terminated in a
dance at Dunlap Springs.
The following from a distance
BALLARD'S SNOW LINI
MENT gives instant relief in cases
of Bleeding, Burns, Bruises, Scalds,
Cuts, etc. Price, 25 and 50 cents.
For sale by W. J. Cox.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Miss Bessie Miller, of New
York, recently paid Bolivar a flying
visit. For the last year she has
been on the stage, playing in Otis
Skinner's Company, and known un
der the name of Elizabeth Lea. She
will the coming scasou take the
leading part in Prince Otto" with
Storis' Dramatic Company. Bolivar
is Miss Miller's home and Bolivar
friends wish her all the success in
her undertaking, and will always
give her a warm welcome whenever
she may visit Bolivar. Special lo
The deer which for years con
stituted the main attractions at
Head's park, were sold last week to
Mr. J. M. Avant, the well-kuown
sportsman of Hardeman county, and
transferred fin wagons to his home
at Hickory Valley. They brought
for the lot of thirteen the ridicu
lously low figure of $36, when care
fully advertised they should have
each been sold for near that sum.
In his lifetime the late Mr. John R.
Head h3d few pets he prized more,
and he looked after them carefully,
and their passing from the county
was a reminder to his friends of the
uncertainties of life and property.
One of the herd escaped and for
several days our hunters have been
chasing him, until last Monday,
after a three hours' run he was
Outside the Prison Gate.
Sfe. Kafeh a Pile's School
jBoard.i-a.gr and ID a.3r Scliccl fcr O-irls
Rev. Charles Scott Ware, Rector.
t k Prepares for all colleges open to
women. An attractive home department.
Special advantage in Music. Individual
teaching in every grade. Fine library.
MRS. S. B. WARE,
The following is the substance of
a true story recently told by a gen
tleman who had been one of the
Prison Commissioners of the state
of Connecticut :
"Some thirty years ago, when I
was passing the state prison at
Wethersfield, I noticed the gate
open and a man came out. The
tears streamed from his eyes as he
" 'Where, now, my friend ?" I
I don't know, sir. I don't sup
pose any one wants me anywhere.'
" 1 am walking to Hartford ;
come with me.'
"It was a warm day in early May.
The poor convict opened his heart
to his new acquaintance, and t dd
him what had brought him to the
penitentiary. It soon came out that
the convict had made shoes in
'I think I know a man,' said
the gentleman, who will hire you
in his factory, and if I were in your
place I would not lisp a word about
having been in prison.'
" You have been kind,' said the
released prisoner, turning away with
quivering lips; 'I must say good-by.
1 cannot longer live and lie. I
promised God last uight in my cell
that when I came out I would be an
upright man and take the conse
quences, and I will keep my word,
come what will.'
'Forgive me for tempting you Orders placet! With HlC Will
at the outset,' 1 said. 'Come on.' receive uromDt attention.
M.t r 1 .1. r 1 j- 1
"j. Haw my irieuu, iue uuuuiat
turer, and told him the whole story,
lie had a little talk with my man
and made a bargain with him. That
night, just as the shop was about to
close, we three went into the work
room. " Heic is a poor fellow who was
discharged from state prison this
morning,' said the proprietor. 'I
am going to give him a start in life The patronage of the public
oy taKing mm imo vne snop; ne 1 respectfully solicited.
" 1 no nuia iu'iiivi 1
"There were indignant glances
among the meu, and one spoke up
" 'I will leave if he stays! I will
not work with any jailbird.
" 'Very well, said the employer.
Any one who wishes to leave will
have a bill of Jti. time in the morn-
J & & v v ? . ? v k ! .
I. A. WILSON, Jr.
Letter Heads, Note
Heads, Bill Heads,
tions, etc., etc.
5 Neat Work.
fj BULLETIN, BOLIVAR, TENN. J
S 0 te - c 1 &i
j Prices Low.
Who can thlnlc
oC some simple
thing to potent?
Protect your Ideas: they may bring yoa wealth.
Write JOHN WEUDF.KBORN & CO., Patent Attor
neys, Washington, D. C, for their $1,X) pruw lie
audillat of two hunured Inventions wanted.
"Onlv the one man who had ob-
Ten years later the 'jailbird was
i - n 1
pulled down and killed by hounds the owner ol the manufactory ami
the man who would not work with
him was one of his journeymen.
That ex-convict is now a state
senator in one of the New Eugland
Legislatures, lie said to me to-day:
'I tremble when I think of
what the result mi slit have been
hid an evil man instead of a good
friend met nie outside of the prison
door'." Youth s Companion.
just back of Mr. Dink Dickerson's,
southeast of town. States Graphic.
Between 12 and 1 o'clock Thurs-
attended the funeral of Gen. Neely 0ay night of last week, two masked
Sunday: Mrs. Walter Calquolioun, nien entered the depot office at Bol-
Mrs. Dr. Crazier, of Canton, Miss.; MVar and "held up" the night opera-
Mrs. Lou Coleman, of Nashville ; tor, Ernest Shelton. At the point ot
Miss Kathleen Collins and lion. I a pistol, he was ordered to open the
Frauds Fentress, of Memphis. money drawer and the safes. The
A protracted meeting com- former request the operator complied
menced Sunday at Greenwood, in witb, but le uiu not Know tue com-
the 15th district, near Pirtle's Fer- binations to the safes. The robbers
ry, conducted by Rev. W. M. Nor- blindfolded Shelton, carried him a
ment. Two sermons are preached distance of nfty yards ; and locked scll eiher small qliantities
Turnip Seed for Sale.
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Before the Eyes of the World
we paint the merits of the " Sole of Honor'
Selz' "R-oytvl Bluo $3.50 Shoo.
In the shoe is the best of work and leather
and "back of it" is the name of Selz.
Selz means perfection and stands for satis
faction. In all such kinds and styles 50
at one price, yjr
Slx, Schwab & Co.. Chicago. th largest mtnafacturert of good
boea in tha world, make tiiis good ahoo for men.
We have a lanre stock of
,i.ir -vua ottQ,ionn ;a lorrra ml nim in a Dox-car. uue OUK Ul IUC
11 ull Jf x UV uivviiuuiivv Ahi f-j muv 1
interest is beinK manifested, men stood guard, tne other returned
to the oflice and blew open the rail-
-w- ww "wv r I
Kev. J. v . sickens, pastor 01 road gafe an(1 tlie 8afe of the Araer-
Middleburg Baptist church, closed j Express Company. The booty
yesterday a very successful protract- 8ecured wa8 between forty and fifty
ed meeting, which commenced the dollar8 in cash aiul the watch 0f the
first Sunday. He was assisted by t Detectives are at work
or by the bushel, at very low
Having been duly appointed exec
operator. Detectives are at work nt0r of the estate of R. II. Wood
Rev. R. A. Kimbrough, of Shelby-1 tbe ca8e hut go far th baye no (deceaBed), the undersigned hergby
it .t r ni. I I .! 1 : l.
vine, me lunuer pasiur. -1 ue,e clue to the guilty parties. On the notny an persons uaviuK aucounw
were 25 professions of faith and 17 .i .;.i r tvt.. v and demands against said estate to
X I B .1 1 lit. UlliUL IUC IC9IUI.UI.C -Uli ' 1 . r IT 1VT '1 . .
applicants for baptism. Thev were a t, ' .... .1 . o, preseni; luunuuu.. u. t . a a t
11 l XX. JL1U linJ, iuc "tl'Ul o.""! " 1, a n;nn in !n ivor "onn
:-.! -i.--, , 1 . r - inn uuivi-i.. j-u.i.u., ..-....
uapiMu aiva-v.1. i,uuu J0" robbed of a suitol clotlies anU a
No one knows the unbearable tor-Isold watch
ture, the peculiar and agonizing
pain, caused by piles, unless they S0UTHERN NORMAL UNIVERSITY
have suueeeu irom tnem. iuany
believe them incurable. This is a
mistake. Proper treatment will cure
them. TABLER'S BUCKEYE Eleventh Year Opens September 9,
PILE OINTMENT will cure the with a Strong Faculty.
most obstinate cases. Krice, suets.
in bottle, tubes 75c. For sale by1
V. .1. OX. I 'Plm at it om nut ihnt. llif SniltliPm
Persons indebted to the estate are
respectfully icquested to settle.
This July 8th, 1901.
II. W. Tatk, )
Wm. House, J
Executors of estate of R. II. Wood,
Bulletin and Home and Farm 1 year $1.00
Bulletin and Weekly Commercial
Appeal 1 year 1.10
S. J. Stanton et als
Mary C. Guynn et als
Xo. 1490 R. D.
In the County Court o!
Hardeman Co., lemi.
Mr. W. A. Caruthers, of the
What most people want is some
thing mild and gentle, when in need
of a physic. Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to
o lrt TIipv .irn p?isv to take and
r,th district, informs of that recent T)leasant iu effect. For sale by W.
rains in his neighborhood have r rv lirUvnr r T. V. Nuo.kolls.
greatly benefited crops. j Toone.
HERBINE is well adapted to the j Misses Mary Smith and J essie
cure of fevers of all kinds, because Maddison leave this week for the
it thoroughly cleanses the stomach T, A0-non K.!(i ot nfF.
bowels of all bilious humors, 1 . .
and expels all impure secretions of i0- mey wm aiso visu .uguiu
the body. Price 50c. W. J. Cox's Falls and Toronto, Canada.
drug store. i u rn .1 1.
-Elsewhere in to day's Bulletin out the county lately, in time to
appears an advertisement of St. greatly benefit crops, hence our far
Katharine's School, the eighth year mers wear brighter faces. In some
of which, under the present man- parts of the county, more than an
agement, will begin Wednesday, average crop is expected to be
September 4th. made.
Where the digestion is good and Blotches and excrescences, which
the general powers of the system in go often annoy people, are simply
a healthy state, worms can find no efforts of nature to throw off imped-
habitation in the human body. iments to the proper performance of
v 111 1 M. 0 UivijiAM V KlMlJb u brlLi her duties. IIERBINE will aid
not only destroys every worm, but I and assist nature in her work, and
Fi.ri.t. horses on the Holmes Normal University, or auy part of
f ., r .1-0. it, has been consolidated with any
farm in the southern part of the! ' . . , . f ,
. . . ,r school or schools is false and mis-
county ana one ueionging 10 Aur. lcading. For complete refutation
Ellis Dailey, near Middleburg, af- cf advertising and circular letters
fected with glanders, have been sent out by designing parties write
killed bv order of the Board of President Board Trustees, Hunting
Health. Committees were appointed fon Tenn. for -Answer to Un
, lar Letters."
to appraise them ana tne next term Tbe gouti)erh Normal University that the ordinary prcoessofiaw cannot b5 sirred
of Quarterly Court will be Called h tho strnncrpst. independent normal on t"- It ia thererore ordered that publication
, ... . I .1 o Tt t 1 r I le made fur lour successive weeks in the Bolivar
upon 10 inaxe appropriations 10 pay I in me oouiu. peveu weiuueiB ui ,,.,-.--.
It appearing from the petition, which is sworn
to, that the defendants, Mary C. Guynn, is a non
resident of the State of Tennessee and is a resident
of the State of North Carolina; Amelia J. Guynn
and T. I.. Guynn are non-residents of the State of
Tennessee, and are residents of the State of Vir
ginia; Lou Thurman and. husband, I.icliard Thur-
man, are non-residents of the Statu of Tennessee,
ami are residents of the State of California so
Bulletin and Twice-a-Week Courier
Journal 1 year
Bulletin, Home and Farm, Weekly Com
mercial Appeal, Twice-a-Week Cour
ier Journal, all 1 year
corrects all derangements of the di
Price 25e. W. J.
ensure a skin cigar aud beautiful,
entirely free from all imperfections
Price 50 cts., at W. J. Cox's.
iu tue ouutu. vcu .c.uuc. Uvllktin. a newspaiier published in the town of
the present faculty have been lUen- Bolivar, requiring said defendants to enter their
lifted with the School from three tOl appearance before the Cleik at bis office in the
The laws of health require that ten years each, the additional mem- town of Bolivar, cm or before the first Monday in
1 ., .1 1 I - J a 1 .:....: September. 1901. and plead. arwer or denn to
the bowe's move once each day and bers are able teachers, constituting
the penalties for violating this law the strongest faculty in the history
is piles. Keep your bowels regular of the school. The board of trns-
by taking a dose of Chamberlain's tees, the faculty and the citizens of
Stomach and Liver Tablets whe the town are working in perfect
necessary and you will never have harmony and the students will find
that severe punishment inflicted pleasant conditions, happy surround
upon you. Price, 25 cents. For ini?8 and a hearty welcome from all.
sale by W. J. Cox, Bolivar; J. W. All the departments of the school
Nuckolls, loone. are ably equipped and will be care
ht t t xt -i . i fuUv looked after. There is noth-
Mr. John N. Cornatzar has re- . J
, .a a iQS to Pvent next year from being
ueuuy uueiiappviuicu vjcuciai-n-gyui, the mQgt SUCees8ful year in the his
of the Passenger Department of the)t0ry of the school's work.
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Mem- Board can be had in dormitory,
nhis. Kansas Citv. Memphis and everything furnished, at $7.50 per
Birmingham. Kan Citv. niintnn m0nth ' in Priv3te t $8 to
, c fi n a n t- $10 per month,
and Springfield and Current River Tuition reasonable.
Railroad Companies, with headquar- For further particulars about con-
ters at Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Cornatzar dition of school, or for catalogues,
was born and reared here and the Normalities or other literature, ad-
f:,i f v;a -,A..ii. m;u t, 1 1 dress
WVV F'"u" Eknest C. McDouglk, Pres.,
to learn of the rapid advancement he or A.J.G.Weixs,, Sec'y & Treas. ,
lias maue. I Huntingdon, Tenn.
September, 1901, and plead, arwer
the allegations in the bill set forth, otherw;,e the
same will be taken for confessed as to them n
this cause set for hearing ex pp'te.
This August 7, 1901.
JULIUS CRAWFORD, Clerk.
H. E. Caetrr, Solicitor.
kThose who desire to take advantage
of those rates must send their sub
scription, accompanied by the cash, to the
BULLETIN, Bolivar, Tenn.
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For Sale. ..
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I offer for sale at rea
sonable prices a few
Cots wold Larahs and
one Rambouillet Ram.
They are beauties.
SO Jf Jf f ?o
&i & 9 Your aPPetite is por
ikJVZl m your heart "flutters,"
U &W& 9 9 your
you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels
constipated, bad taste in the
If not all of these symptoms,
some of them? It's your
11 I l J
is a natural
- -o J I
containing no mineral or
narcotic poisons. It will correct
any or all symptoms, make your health,
appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents.
For Sale By W. J. COX.