The Bolivar Bulletin.
I am a candidate for Rt-gister of Hardeman
Coui.ty, subject to the action of the Imocratlc
party. JUALiMUb wiiavjx.
We are authorized to announce J. II. DOTLE
at a candidate for Sheriff of Hardeman County,
suDject to tne action ot the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce S. T. SMITII
as a candidate for Sheriff of Hardetnan County,
subject to tne action ot tne Democratic party.
I LOCAL and PERSONAL.
Fresh Drugs at Cox's.
Quarterly Court meets Monday.
Frnit Jars and Rubbers at
Mr. R. E. Durrett has return
ed from Chicago.
Col. C. M. Wellons left Mon
day for Memphis.
Try a."Bolivar Glace," at
If troubled with your eyes, call
on Lightfort, the optician.
Dr. W. J. Cox was in Louis
ville this week on business.
A few Hammocks left at
Cox's for about cost.
Mr. George Black is spending
the week at Rogers' Springs.
Mr. William McKinnie visited
relatives in Jackson this week.
Miss Laura Tate, of Nashville,
is here on a visit to her parents.
Rev. J. M. Clark, of Corinth,
visited Bolivar the first of the week.
Genuine Southern raised
Rye at "W. J. Cox's.
Miss Frank Luther left yester
day for Jasper, Ala., to enter school.
Mrs. May and little baby, of
Hickory Valley, were here Tuesday.
M. Gabriel & Co. offer bar
gains. Read their advertisement.
Buy your School Supplies
at Cox's Drug Store.
Mrs. F. S. Lenow, of Memphis,
visited Mrs. Charles Wood recently.
There will be services in the
Presbyterian church next. Sunday.
Miss Rose Norment, of White
ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S.
All of the popular cold
drinks served at Cox's Soda
Mrs. Ann Hudson, of Middle
ton, is visiting the family of Mr. S.
Dr. I. II. llorusby returned
Tuesday from a week's visit to
Miss Nell Carter, of Jackson,
was a guest of Mrs. J. A. Foster
Mr. Jerre Wellons . is visiting
his brother, Mr. Charles Wellons,
Mason Fruit Jars, also
Rubbers and Tops, at Cox's
Mrs. II. L. Williamson and
children returned to Memphis Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Milstead
are occupying the McCarley place,
in East Bolivar.
Miss Mamie Louise Cooper, of
Crystal Springs, Miss., is a guest at
Misses Henrietta and Jessie
Reese, of Ittabena, Miss., visited in
Bolivar this week.
Mrs. Gillas, of Clinton, Ind.,
is visiting the family of her father,
Capt. J. W. Kenyon.
Mrs. W. T. Thompson and son,
of Whiteville, are visiting the fam
ily of Mr. S. II. Clinton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. McKinnie, of
Forest Hill, Shelby county, are vis
iting relatives in Bolivar.
Mr. W. C. Green was called to
Jackson Saturday to see his daugb
ter, who has been quite eick.
Mr. G. T. Ingram and little
eon, Robert, returned Monday from
a visit to George at Knoxville.
Mr. Newman Williams and
wife, of Madison County, visited
relatives here the first of the week.
A protracted meeting is in
progress at Ne sr Hope, conducted
by the pastor, Rev. W. M. Nor
Dr. S. Dickson will visit Grand
Junction Tuesday and Wednesday,
Oct. 1st and 2nd.' He invites all
Drink Pepsol at Cox's.
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-Mrs. Mary Walker, who has
been .pending the summer in Bo'-
.var, left Saturday for NewOrl,ans. -
Dr. T. B. Bradford and wife.
of Cotton Plant, Ark., who are
spending several days with relatives
at Toone, visited Bolivar Tuesday.
On account of the Interstate
Fair and Horse Show at" Louisville
September 23rd to October 5th, the
Illinois Central will sell tickets at
Mr. Nat Huddleslon, of No.
13, was in town Wednesday. The
crops in his section, the best in the
county, he says will only average
about 50 per cent.
Ice Creaoi Soda, Milk
Shake, Coco-Cola, Pepsol
and Crushed Fruit Ices all
at 5 cents each at Cox's New
Prof. D. E. Bishop, Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, re
quests us to state that there will be
an examination for teachers held in
Bolivar on Saturday, Oct. 5th.
As an external liniment of most
wonderful penetrative and curative
power, Ballard's Snow Liniment is
not equaled by any other in the
world. Price, 25c and 50c. Sold
by W. J. Cox.
We direct attention to the ad
vertisement of Miss Maggie Black.
She has received a new stock of fall
millinery and will be glad to serve
her friends and the public generally.
The most delicate constitution can
safely use Ballard's Horehound Syr
up. It is a sure and pleasant remedy
coughs, loss of voice, and all
throat and lung troubles.
25c and 50c. W. J. Cox.
Rev. W. M. Norment, Dr. J.
P. Douglas, and Esquire D. W.
McAnulty attended a meeting of the
Madison Presbytery, Cumberland
Presbyterian Church, at Lexington
My Fall and Winter
Hats of the up-to-now
Styles are on
is especially invited
to call and inspect
3f Jf f 3fJfffJf?f?
A diseased liver declares itself by
moroseness, mental depression, lack
of energy, restlessness, melancholy
and constipation. Herbine will res
tore the liver to a healthy condition.
Price, 50c. W. J. Cox.
Preaching at Pleasant Grove
church (Methodist) Sunday with an
all-day meeting. Dinner on the
grounds for all who attend. Singers
are especially invited. Bring your
White's Cream Vermifuge is per
fectly harmless, and Mill remove
every worm, it is also a tonic, ana
by its strengthening properties will
restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue
of health. Price, 25c. W.J. Cox.
Union Cemetery has been put
in perfect order for the third time
this season. All delinquent mem
bers of the Cemetery Association
are respectfully requested by the
Secretary to hand in their dues at
an early date.
When you want a pleasant physic
try the new remedy, Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. 1 hey
are easy to take and pleasant in ef
fect. Price, 25 cts. Samples free
at W. J. Cox's, Bolivar, and J. W.
We are requested by the pas
tor, Rev, J. F. Kay, to announce
that there will be services in the
Baptist Church Sunday. Subject
for morning service, "Our Work
M'ust Succeed." At night, "The
Counsel of God."
You may bridle the appetite, but
yon 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 Uerbme,
the best liver regulator. Price, 50c.
W.' J. Cox, druggist.
Mr. C. E. Harris, of Hickory
Valley, was in town Wednesday.
He has recently returned from a
visit to Texas. He has not the re
motest if'ea of leaving the Volun
teer State, which, he says, all things
considered, is the best country un-.(
Tue following party of ladies
and gentlemen from Grand Junction
Louise Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Pruett, Mrs. W. T. Follis, Mrs. Jl
H. Rice (Dallas, Texas).
WANTED An active man to
sell Singer Sewing Machines and
collect accounts. - Experience not
necessary. Must furnish horse and
harness, and give honesty bond for
$500. Address The Singer M'f'o
Co., Jackson, Tenn. 4t4
Mrs. Belle Gatlin died very
suddenly last Saturday at the home
of her husband, near Middloton.
She was sick only about one hour.
Deceased was aboDt 24 years of age,
and a daughter of Mr. James Hud
son. She leaves a husband and two
ihildren. Her remains were buried
in Enon graveyard.
BLACK TURF il
B - FALL SOWING 3
eG.T. INGRAM &C0'S.
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. They regulate
the bowels, too. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by W. J. Cox, Bolivar; J.
W. .Nuckolls, Toone.
We direct attention to the ad
vertisement of Mrs. Ella Fleet. She
has recently moved into the Weed
Block, west of the postoffice, and
opened a new line of Millinery.
She will also take orders for ladies'
tailor-made suits and wraps. See
her beautiful line of samples.
We direct attention to the ad
vertisement of E. L. Lightfort, op
tician. Mr. Lightfort holds a di
ploma from one -of the most cele
brated colleges in the United States.
He has the latest improved optical
instruments for fitting and testing,
and he guarantees satisfaction.
In a runaway at Hickory Valley
Mo.iday night, MissMattie Newton,
a popular, amiable young lady, was
painfully hurt. She and a young
gentleman were driving to church,
when the horse became frightened
at the train, ran, turning the buggy
over, throwing both occupants out.
Miss Newton's face was badly cut
Elsewhere in -this issue G. T.
Ingram & Co. advertise seed Oats
for sale. These Oats were raised
by Messrs. R. J. and C. E. Harris,
who after trying a number of other
varieties have become convinced that
the "Black Turf" is the earliest and
beet adapted for this country. They
can be sown as late as the middle of
October and mature about the first
of June. The weight of these Oats
runs foity-two pounds to the bushel.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Rev. J. W. Dickens has reen
tered the S. W. B. U., atJackson,
by which he expects to be graduat
ed next year.. Mr. Dickens is in
terested in his work, and is accom
plishing much good. At present
he preaches to the membership of
four Baptist Churches in this
county Enon, Middleburg, Hick
ory Valley and Grand Junction.
Seventy-eight members have been
received into these churches since
- Office of D. H. HAKDT, Sec'y of SUte,
Austin, Texas, Nor. 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 found it valuable
even after the teething period was
Elsewhere in the Bulletin ap
pears the announcement of Mr. J.
U. Doyle, candidate for Sheriff of
Hardeman . county. In 1900 Mr.
Doyle was a candidate for this posi
tion, but withdrew from the race
before the election, for reasons 'sat
isfactory to himself. In that can
vass he formed the acquaintance of
the people of the county, upon
whom he made a favorable impres
sion. Mr. Doyle submits to the
action of the democratic party, to
which he has always belonged and
in whose interest he has rendered
active and valuable service. He is
courteous and competent, and will
appreciate the support of the public.
Bv reference to our unnnnnno.)
ment column, it will be Been that
Mr. S. T. Smith is a candidate for
Sheriff of Hardeman County. For
a number of years,. Mr. Smith has
been constable of the 4th district,
has also served as deputy Sheriff
and at present is Marshal of the
town of Whiteville. In these po
eilioi s he has discharged hi9 duties
satisfactorily, ; His candidacy is
subject to the action of the demo
cratic parly, in whose principles he
believes and for which he has ever
contended. He is well qualified to
fill the place, and respectfully so
licits and will appreciate the sup
port of the public.
Walter White died Tuesday
afternoon at the residence of his
father, Mr. J. B. White, six miles
northwest of Bolivar. His health
had been failing for some time.
Several months ago h3 went to
Texas, hoping the change of cli
mate would prove beneficial; but
his condition became more serious,
and his physician advised him to
return. Deceised was a promising
young man, about 24 years of age.
lie was a member of New Hope
Cumberland Presbyterian Church,
where funeral services were held
Wednesday morning, conducted by
Rev. Wm. Norment. The remains
were buried in Greenwood Cemete
ry, 15th district. The family have
the sympathy of mny friends in
I have decided to go out
of the Hardware business,
hence I request all who are
indebted to me to come for
ward and settle at once, oth
erwise the accounts will be
placed in the hands ot an
ofiicer, and additional costs
C. R. Reynolds, Jr.
St. Katharine's News.
Miss Katesi : Humphreys returned
Tuesday from Oxford, Miss., where
she has been to attend the opening
ball of the university.
Miss Harriet Key left this week
for a visit with Miss Lulu Lowry,
of Yazoo City, Mis.
Misff Bessie Tate is now one of
the school faculty, having accepted
the position of, assistant piano in
Mr. Martin Magrnder, of Port
Gibson, Miss., was a Sunday visitor.
The serenade given the visiting
young ladies by the young men on
Tuesday night was a treat indeed.
For Sale Cheap.
A second hand Superior
Wheat Drill. Good as new.
Sweeton & Black.
A Night of Terror.
Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave Gen. Buanham
of Machias, Me., when the doctors
said she would die from pneumonia
before morning," writes Mrs. L. II.
Lincoln, who attended her that fear
ful night, but she begged for Dr.
King's New Discovery, which had
more than once saved her life, and
cured her of consumption. After
taking, she slept all night. Further
use entirely cured her." This mar
vellous medicine is guaranteed to
cure all throat, chest and lung dis
eases. Only 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at W. J. Cox's drug store.
Stood Off Death.
E. B. Munday, a lawyer, of Hen
rietta, Texas, once fooled a grave
digger. He says: "My brother was
very low. with malarial fever and
jaundice. r I persuaded him to try
Electric Bitters, and he was soon
much better, but he continued their
use until he was wholly cured. I
am sure Electric Bitters saved his
life." This remedy expels malaria,
kills disease germs and purifies the
blood ; aids digestion regulates the
liver, kidneys and bowels ; cures
constipation, dyspepsia, nervous
diseases, female complaints ; gives
Only 50c at W. J. Cox's drug
A Goed Meeting.
A revival meeting began with the
Hickory Valley Baptist church ou
the 15th inst., and continued one
week. Rev. Ross Moore, of Jack
son, was with us and did the preach
ing to the delight and permauent
good of all who heard him. The
church and Christian peoplenf the
town and community were greatly
revived and strengthened, aud about
twenty professed faith in Christ,
and there were sixteen additions to
While the meeting formally closed
on Saturday night, yet we had two
very important services yesterday.
One was the baptizing, which oc
curred at Crew's Pond, in the pres
ence of a large crowd of people, at
3 o'clock p. m. The other, was a
service held in the church at night.
Bro. Moore ran down from Jackson
in the afternoon to be with us in
this service. He preached an able,
interesting sermon from Ps. 87:2,
at the close of which the right hand
of church fellowship was extended
to the newly received members.
The church then entered into the
consideration of building a house of
worship. The writer read some ap
propriate passages of Scripture and
briefly commented on the same, and
after prayers for God's direction,
subscriptions were solicited and five
hundred and forty dollars were sub
scribed. Committees were appointed
to solicit further contributions, and
to ascertain where and on what
terms a suitable location could be
procured, and also to secure some
plans of a building and the cost of
We mean business, and while our
means are somewhat limited, yet we
are hopeful, courageous and deter
mined. We have faith in God and
confidence in His people. We are
begging no one for money and do
not expect to do so, but if anyone
who reads this article desires to
make a contribution to this good
work, you can send the same to
Mrs.. May R. Prewitt, Hickory Val
ley, Tenn., and it will be thankfully
received and placed to your credit.
If you will do something worthy of
remembrance you will not be for
gotten when you die.
J. W. Dickens.
Sept. 24, 1901.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a
The soothing and healing proper
ties of this remedy, its pleas int taste
and prompt and permauent 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
jls it contains no opium or other
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, Toone.
Working Night and Day.
') 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 wonderful
in building up the health.
Only 25c per box. Sold by W.
Farm, three miles north of
Bolivar, containing 309 acres,
140. acres in cultivation. A
nice Groom 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 early.
Will show anyone over the
place with pleasure.
Herbert S. Black,
Orders placed with me will
receive prompt attention.
The patronage of the public
J. A. WILSON, Jr.'
Having decided to close out our business
here and move to Mississippi, we offer
the following Bargains:
500 Pairs Shoes below Cost.
75 Men's Suits CTotcH at S5.
5 dozen Men's Hats at Cost.
This sale will begin Saturday, September
28th and continue Thirty Days.
M. GABRIEL & Co.
Sti. Katiha pile's" (ilpI
DBoarcii-agr and IDo-y Scla.ccl fcr O-irls
Rev. Charles Scott Ware, Rector.
4 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,
ASTHMA CURE TREE !
Asthmaline Brings Instant Relief and Permanent
Sent Absolutely Free
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Fcr 20 Years lias Led all Vorm Remedies. Vcti.
SOXj33 3Q"a" AXjIj 3DH.tT&GISTa.
Pt JAMES F. OALLARD, Si. LoulS.
For Sale By
Large, new stock just
received oi v
Styles the Latest and
Prices the Lowest.
tfc Orders taken for
Suits and Wraps.oeve
Beautiful line of
samples. vc h m
Mrs. ELLA FLEET.
"West of Postoffice.
on Eeceipt of Postal.
There is nothing like Asthmalene. It
brings instant relief, even in the worst
cases. It cures when all else fails.
The ReT. C. F. Wells, of Villa Ridge, 111., says : "Your trial bottle
of Asthmaline received in good condition. I cannot tell you how thank,
f ul I feel for the good derived from it. 1 was a slave, chained with putrid
aore throat and asthma for ten years. I despared of ever being enred. I
saw your advertisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting dis
ease, asthma, and thought you had overspoken yourselves, but resolved
to give it a trial. To my astonishment, the trial acted like a charm.
Send me a full-sized bottle."
We want to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of Asthmaline,
similar to the one that cured Mr. Wells. We will send it by mail POST
PAID, ABSOLUTELY FliEK OF CHARGE, to any sufferer who will
write for it, even on a postal. Nevermind, thoagh you are despairing,
however bad your case, Asthmaline will relieve and cure. The worse
your case, the more glad we are to send it. I)o not delay. Write at once,
addressing DR. TAKT BROS.' MEDICINE CO., 79 East 130th St., New
York City. Sold by all Druggists.
the Eyes of the World
we paint the merits of the Sole of Honor
Selz Roytl Blue" $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 R5 50
and leathers as are right 1)
at one price, kJ
Slx.Scnwab & C., CfcleafO, th latest manvfactarera of food
fhoei la the wrld, make tfci good ! lot mea.
Host to Quantity.
Beat in Quality.
W. J. COX
who need dental work to meet him.
I der the sun. - passed. Mrs. JJ. H. Hardy.
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