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The Bolivar Bulletin.!
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
REGISTER.
I am a candidate for RtgUterJof Ilardeman
Coui.ty, subject to the action of the Iemocratlc
paty. MAURICE WILSON.
$ . . SI
LUUALand PERSONAL. $
Fresh Drugs at Cox's.
Chancery Court convenes Mon
day.
g Circuit Court adjourned Wed
nesday.
Fruit Jars and Rubbers at
Co
x s.
Mr. L. B. Reynolds is in Mem
phis cn business.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore are
visiting in Corinth.
Try a "Bolivar Glace," at
Cox's.
Miss Prudence Polk has re
turned to Nashville.
- Capt, W. C. Pirtle, of Toone,
was in the city Friday.
A ' few Hammocks left at
Cox's for about cost.
Mr. Hugh Caruthers is clerking
for V. J. Redd & Son.
Genuine Southern raised
Rye 'at W. J. Cox's.
Allie Lee Ramsey left Satur
day to enter school at Cairo.
Buy your School Supplies
at Cox's Drug Store.
Mr. Ellis Coolidge, of Helena,
has been visiting friends here.
Mrs. Fleet is in St. Louis buy
ing her fall stock of millinery. j
Mrs. E. F. Talley otl child
ren returned to Memphis Saturda
morning.
All of the popular com
drinks served at Cox's Soa
Fountain.
Mrs. J. G. Carter and Mr'a
Floyd S. Carter, of Jackson, 8peilt
Sunday last in Bolivar.
Rev. W. S. Cochrane has bee
called to the pastorate of the Bol
r i 1.
var x ruBuyieriau cumuu.
Mrs. W. J. Cox and daughters
Misses Wera and Erline, are visitv.
ing relatives at Saulsbury.
The latest and newest effects ii,
Street and Walking Hats receiveCj
at Mrs. J. D. Swinebroad's.
i
Mr. W. B. Lewis and familjf
left this week for Memphis, whertl
they will spend the winter. '
Mr. Tate Young, of Corinth.j
is at Dr. R. W. Tate's recuperating)
from a seveie spell of fever. " j
Misses Sallie and Annie Johns,'
of the Cloverport neighborhood,
visited relatives here last week.
Mason Fruit Jars, also
Rubbers and Tops, at Cox's
Drug Store.
Prof. F. S. Coflin and family
are occupying the house in south
Bolivar recently vacated by Mr. W.
L. Robinson.
Misses Mary and Louise Lake,
after a visit of several weeks in
Bolivar, returned to Memphis
Wednesday morning.
Mrs. W. B. Williams and lit
tle son, Montgomery, expect to
leave Saturday morning for their
home at Blytheville, Ark.
Miss Clara Bills left Tuesday
for Ridgley, Tenn., to accept the
position of music teacher in the
public school of that place,
Mrs. Atkins, tho mother of
Mr. John Atkins, of Vildo, died
Wednesday evening. Her remains
will be buried at Hollywood.
Profs. W. L. Fish and G. M.
Gooch left Friday for Smithdale,
Ark., to assume their duties as prin
cipals ff schools near that place.
Miss May Wellons left Wed
nesday morning for New Decatur,
Ala., where she has been elected to
a position iu the city public school.
Mrs. A. J. Hunter, of Little
Rock, formerly Miss Sophie Fields
once a favorite in Bolivar 6ocial
circles, is visiting her aunt,' Mrs.
Mary Miller.
Mr. Lawson Whittaker, of
Chattanooga, visited his sister,
Mrs. Luther, several days this week.
He left Wednesday morning for a
tour of the West.
-w- v
ice Uream Soda, Milk
bhake, Coco-Cola, Peosol
and Crushed Fruit Ices all
at 5 cents each at Cox's New
Soda Fountain.
Drink PePsl at Cox's-
Mr. A. B. Dixon, of the Holly
wood neighborhood, has a fine three-
year-old Jersey heifer from which
a half gallon of milk was taken,
yielding a pound of butter.
White's Cream Vermifuge is per
fectly harmless, and will remove
every worm. It is also a tonic, and
by its strengthening properties will
restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue
of health. Price, 25c. W.J. Cox.
Hon. James A. Foster has ap
pointed Georgje T. Ingram, Jr., to
a state scholarship in the Agricultu
ral and Mechanical College, Univer
sity of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Mr. Joe Whitentou left Sunday
morning for Shawnee, Okla , to ac
cept a clerkship for Mr. L. E. Sara
mons, who has recently engaged in
the grocery business at that place.
As an external liniment of most
wonderful penctiative and curative
power, Ballard's Snow LiniraeDt is
not equaled by any other in the
world. Price, 25c and 50c. Sold
by W. J. Cox.
We understand that the small
pox situation at Whiteville is great
ly improved. There are only a few
cases at present and they are recov
ering. IN ot a single death has ,oc
cured. Mr. N. R. Barham, candidate
for Chancellor of the division of
which Hardeman is a part, spent
Friday in Bolivar. , Mr. Barham is
a prominent member of the Lexing
ton bar.
A dwelling house in the neigh
borhood of Mr. W. P. Nuckolls.
occupied bjf Lewis Jones, colored,
burned Stinday morning, destroy
ing ne.arly all the household effects
of tftie negro.
A diseased liver declares itself by
raoroseness, mental depression, lack
of energy, restlessness, melancholy
and constipation. Herbine will res
tore the liver to a healthy condition.
Price, 50c. W. J. Cox.
Hon. John David Woods was
in the city Tuesday. He reports
that the corn crop in the Hickory
Valley neighborhood will be short,
but the crtton crop will be larger
than was expected.
The most delicate constitution can
safely use Ballard's Horehouud Syr
up. It is a sure and pleasant remedy
for coughs, loss of voice, and all
throat and lung troubles. Price,
25c and 50c. W. J. Cox.
Mr. J. F. Dunbar, of Grand
Junction, visited the city Friday on
business. The firm of which he is
a member has recently been changed
from Dunbar Bros, to Dunbar Bros.
& Co., an interest having been sold
to Mr. Irwin Hunt.
When you want a pleasant physic
try the new remedy, Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
are easy to take and pleasant in ef
fect. Price, 25 cts. Samples free
at W. J. Cox's, Bolivar, and J. W.
Nuckolls', Toone.
Mr. S. W. Elder and Miss Mar
tha Pope were united in marriage
recently. The groom is now a res
ident of Madison county, but for
nearly a quarter of a century resided
in Hardeman, where he has many
friends who extend congratulations.
You may bridle the appetite, but
you cannot bribe the liver to do its
work well. You must be honest
with it, help it along a little now
and then with a dose of Herbine,
the best liver regulator. Price, 50c.
W. J. Cox, druggist.
Attorney-General B. J. How
ard, in whose circuit Hardeman has
been placed, was here last week get
ting acquainted with our people.
JJe will be a candidate for re-elec-iion,
and at the proper time will an
iiouuce. He made a favorable im
pression and was assured of support
ljy every one he met.
4
I W AN TED An active man to
Rell Singer Sewing Machines and
Collect accounts. Experience not
necessary. Must furnish horse and
harness, and give honesty bond for
500. Address Thk Singer MVg
Co., Jackson, Tenn. 4t4
j The following officers were
elected Tuesday for Dunlap Springs:
Ji B. Stewart, Memphis, president;
Hi. B. Paul, Louisiana, vice-presi
dfcnt; W. B. Lewis, Memphis, sec
retary and treasurer. J. C. Hill
arid J. E. Mask, Bolivar, in con
junction with the above named con
stitute the Board of Directors.
On account of the following ou-
ca sions, the Illinois Central Railroad
will sell tickets at reduced rates :
St. Louis Exposition, Sept. 9th to
CVpt. 12th : Buffalo Bill's Wild
Wjest Show, Jackson, Tenn., Oct
vtfi ; St. Louis Fair, Oct. 7th to
12ith; Cincinnati Fall Festival, Sept.
lofch to 28th. Also, reduced rates
will be offered to California. For
fur ther information consult W. A.
lirjmse, local agent.
! -. uarantine notice.
The Western Hospital is quaran -
tined against all infected districts, ladies in attendance were, Miss Flo
and persons coming from same are rence Kierulff, Birmingham, Ala.;
warned not to enter the premises, j Miss Katie Hubbard, Jackson, and
J. P. DOUGLAS, Superintendent.'88 Louise Lake, Memphis The
Bolivar, Tenn., Aug. 22,, 1901.
-Dr. Bouten, of Saulsbnry, was
in the city Wednesday on business, j evening was enjoyed and Terpsi-
m . . ri t 'chore held high carnival until the
Try the Weir Fruit Jars . , , ,
i r i a. a c ree sma hours were passed.
latest patent at Sweeton fcj m
Black's: The only selt-seal-i
ing Jar in the market and the I f jy y
only Jar that will retain thej UAO I UK I A
natural flavor of the fruit.
Mr. and Mrs. U. o. Cook re
turued Wednesday eveninjr trom a
pleasant visit to the Buffalo Exposi
tion. Mammoth Cave and other
points of interest.
The Hardeman County Farm
ers' Institute will be held in Boli
var Saturday. The program is at
tractive and all who are interested
in agriculture should attend.
Have you a sense of fulness in the
region of your stomach after eating?
If so you will be benefited by using
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They also cure belching
and sour stomach. 'J'hey regulate
the bowels, too. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by W. J. Cox, Bolivar; J.
W. Nuckolls, Toone.
We are requested by Mr. Julius
Crawford, secretary of the Harde
man County- Sunday School Con
vention, to state that an error was
made in the report of the preceed
ings last week concerning the ap
pointment of delegates to the State
Convention. The name of Mrs.
Robert Wood Tate was published
as one of the delegates, when it
should have been Mrs. T. M. Moore.
Bolivar received its first bale of
cotton last Thursday, the 5th inst.
It was raised by Esquire W. A. Ca
ruthers and brought 9 cents. The
Esquire says he had no special desire
to be first, his only object was to
get the seed for stock feed, to pur
chase which at present prices would
cripple a millionaire. On Saturday
three other bales were brought jn,
one by Mr. Nat Iluddleston and one
each by Butler and Isham Miller,
colored.
Manuel Price, colored, present
ed the Bulletin office this week
with a basket of fine peaches. Man
uel has sold fruit in this market for
a number of years, always giving
satisfaction, his varieties being the
best. We are sorry to learn that
he has been confined to his home
for the past five months with sick-
ness. lie is an enterprising, Hon
orable man and has many friends
among the white people, who hope
that he will soon recover.
We direct attention to tLe an
nouncement of Mr. Maurice Wilson,
candidate for Register, which ap
pears elsewhere in to-day's Buxlb-
v m -w i r . P11
tin. Mr. VYiisoM is quannea to nn
the position he seeks. He was born
and reared in Hardeman county and
this is the first time he has ever as
pired to public office. He is at pres
ent, and has been for several years
past, a member of the County Dem
ocratic Executive Committee from
his district (11th). He solicits and
will appreciate the support of the
public.
Officii of D.H. HARDT, Sec'y of S(ate,
Austin, Texas, Xot. 21, 1900. J
I have found Dr. Moffett's Teeth-
ina a splendid remedy and aid for
my teething children. When my
oldest boy was a teething child ev
ery succeeding day warned us that
we would inevitably lose him. I
happened upon Teethina and began
at once administering it to him, and
his improvement was marked in 24
hours, and from that day on he re
cuperated. I have constantly kept
it and used it since with my children
and have taken great pleasure in
sounding its praise to all mothers of
young children. I founu it valuable
even after the teething period was
passed. Mrs. D. H. Hardy.
Mr. Isaac Pirtle, of the 15th
district, was in Bolivar Friday,
looking hale and hearty. Though
not the oldest citizen in the county,
Mr. Pirtle is the oldest resident,
having lived in Hardeman seventy
nine years. Notwithstanding his
advanced age, eighty-one years, and
the unfortunate accident with which
he met about eighteen months ago,
having his left leg broken by a
falling tree, he is still active and
cultivated a crop this year. He
rides with the ease and grace of an
expert wequestrian and can swim
Hatchie river without effort a feat
which he accomplished a few weeks
ago.
The young men of Bolivar gave
a dance last Tuesday evening at the
public school hall in honor of the
ex-graduates of St. Katharine's
School who are visiting here Miss
Harriette Key, Helena, Ark.; Miss
Elizabeth Havenkott, Edwards,
iMiss.; MissKatsie Humphrey, Port
' Gibson, Miss. The other visiting
. viaiuii" geiiiiciucu were xuessrs.
Fred Humphrey (Chicago), John;
Wright (Saulsbury), Ellis Coolidge
(Helena, Ark.). A most delightful
for infants and Cnildren.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears - the
Signature of
The Sehools of Bolivar.
Editor Bulletin:
If Bolivar could be made a school
center, then her future prosperity
would be assured, so say her best
friends. She now has a flourishing
boarding and day school for girls,
an up-to-date public school, both as
to building and attendance, and last
year a new enterprise was put on
foot and a long felt want filled iu
the openiug of a kindergarten by
Miss Neely, which proved a success
in every respect. Miss .Neely has
the happy faculty of reaching child
ren, combined with all the teaching
qualities that go to make a success
ful teacher. She is fully equipped
as to all things necessary for thor
ough instruction iu kindergarten
methods, and parents having little
tots from five to nine years would
do well to patronize her. In olden
times, it was considered essential to
make school as disagreeable as pos
sible to the pupils. Such was not
the idea of Friedrich Froebel, the
founder of kindergartens, who by
close study and observation found
that methods by which the powers
and insiincts of a child may be more
fully understood, was the natural
way in which to lead the young
minds. A true kindergarten has a
three-fold mission the develop
ment of mind, body and soul, which
by means of music and games as
well as instruction in the rudiments
of the three R's is most happily ac
complished. All future school
work is much more easily and quick
ly grasped, and better results ob
tained after a good foundation has
been laid in the kindergarten. Such
it is believed Miss Neely is giving,
hence 6he deserves a liberal patron-
age. a i eiend.
LOST !
Saturday morning, Aug. 31st, be
tween Bolivar and Nuckolls' Bridge,
on Piney Creek, a new sack Coat,
brown check, rmder will be re
warded by returning same either to
Bulletin office or to undersigned.
no.5t2 W. M. Croavley.
Hickory Valley.
Messrs. Charlie Harris and
Wiley Futrell who have been
visiting in Kaufman county,
Texas, returned Tuesday.
Dr. J. VV. Taylor went to
Memphis two weeks ago and
had a surgical operation per
formed within his nose for
catarrh, and returned Tues
day to have it redressed. He
says it is doing splendidly.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Camp
bell and their charming little
daughter, Celia, are visiting
in Gainesville, lexas.
Miss Florence Armor, one
of Somerville s intelligent
young ladies, has been selec
ted as assistant teacher ot the
Hickory Valley school.
Tucker Durden and wife,
of Saulsbury, and Miss Ray,
of Somerville, visited W. A.
May Tuesday.
The Baptist protracted
meeting will begin here Sun
day. Rev. Ross Moore, of
Jackson, will assist in the
meeting. All w h o have
heard him preach will be de
lighted to hear of his coming
In 2nTuce.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Great Favorite.
The soothing and healing proper
ties of this remedy, its pleasant taste
and prompt and permanent cures
have made it a great favorite with
people everywhere. It is especially
prized by mothers of small children
for colds, croup and whooping cough
as it always affords quick relief and
US It contains no opium or uiuei
harmful drugs, it may be given as
confidently to a baby as to an adult.
For sale by W. J. Cox, Bolivar
J. W. Nuckolls, loone.
Working Night and Day.
'J he busiest and mightiest little.
thing that ever was made is Dr
King's New Life Pills. These pills
change weakness into strength, list
lessness into energy, brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderfu
in building up the health.
Only 25c per box. Sold by W
J. Cox.
St. Katharine's.
The opening of St. Katharine's
School was attended by more than
the usual number of visitors. The
address, delivered by the Rev. J.
M. Scott, was listened to with in
terest from beginning to end. Af
ter a wreface. in which much drv
it wa. exh..ite(, Mr tt f .
up the subject of his address, "The
Symmetrical Development of Char
acter." In simple but forcible lan
guage he 6trove to impress upon
the minds of his youthful hearers
the fact that perfect character, like
every other perfect thing in God's
universe, is a growth, a proportion
ate growth of all the faculties not
the growth of h few years only, but
of a life time, finished only when
life itself is finished. A charm was
added to the address by the thor
ough sympathy the speaker has with
the hearts of the young. The dis
course showed much thought and in
every detail was admirably suited
to the occasion.
In her vocal solo, Mrs. Malkoff
was assisted by Miss Wren Pearson
ith a violin obligate lhe artis-
ti5 manner in wnicn tnis was rend
ered showed the perfect cultivation
of Mrs. Malkoff 'a naturally impres
sive voice and touched a responsive
chord in the hearts of her hearers.
After prayer by Rev. C. S. Ware
the pupils went to their class rooms
and the work of the thirtieth year
of St. Katharine's was "on."
The visitors from abroad were
Mrs. B. F. McFarland, New Or-
eans; Mrs. M. P. Kearney, Natch-
es; Mrs. L. Leslie, Grand Junction;
Miss Kev. Helena: Miss Humph
reys, Port Gibson, Miss.
That music hth charms for Boli
var people was proved by the crowd
that more t'tan filled the study hall
Friday night, the date of the annual
faculty concert. The beauty of Mrs.
Malkoff's piano playing is indescrib
able. When she began Beethoven's
Sonata it was apparent to everybody
that her fingers and her piano were
. ... . t
one, out lue true lover oi music ai
once felt that her soul had touched
that of the great composer, whose
thoughts she interpreted in such a
masterful manner.
Our fair young violinist, Miss
Wren Pearson, received mostsweet-
y the storm of applause that greeted
ner appearance. i nose wuo nave
been fortunate enough to hear Miss
Wren know the charm of her music
and to the unlucky words are use-
ess.
Miss Mary Ingram supplied the
vacancy caused by the unavoidable
absence of Miss Long. St. Katha
rine's takes pride in claiming as an
ex-pupil this young lady, who rose
to the difficult occasion at a mo
ment's notice, and whose marked
success of Friday evening adds oue
more feather to her already well
decorated cap.
An unexpected treat were the rec
itations of Miss Florence Kierulff.
Her selections gave scope for num
erous emotion and in everyone she
was fascinating. The strong per
sonality and bewitching appearance
of this young lady, added to the
"catchiness" of her selections, took
her audience by storm, and regrets
were expressed on all sides when
she left the stage.
Notice To All!
School Books do not be-
long
to us. Please do not
ask us to sell them to vou on
a credit I
B. V. Hudson.
Turnip Seed for Sale.
We have a large stock of
Turnip Seed, which we will
sell either in small quantities
or ay the bushel, at very low
prices.
P. F. Wilkinson & Sons.
For Rent
OR LEASE
Farm, three miles north of
Bolivar, containing 309 acres
140 acres in cultivation. A
nice G-room dwelling, out
houses, barns, fences, etc.,
all in good repair. A very
desirable place. Will rent for
one, two or three years. Pos
session can be given eaily
Will show anyone over the
place with pleasure.
Herbert S. Black,
Bolivar, Tenn.
St Ksfeha Pile's School
T3oli vjvi, Tenn.
Bearding: and 3D 0,37- Scliccl fcr Oirls
Rev. Charles Scott Ware, Rector.
fji 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,
Principal.
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the Eyes of the World
we paint the merits of the " Sole of Honor,"
Selz' R.oya.I Blue" $3.50 Shoe.
In the shoe is the best of work and leather
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For Sale By W. J. COX.

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