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The Live Merchant
of Bolivar Puts
a Keen Knife
Through High Prices
Commencing Saturday Morning, December 7th, 1901. at the Hour of 10 O'clock, and Continuing
until January 1st, 1902, I will offer my entire stock at a sacrifice. Former inducements pale into insignificance Mil en
compared with this sale. 1 have an immense stock of handsome, stylish and serviceable goods, consisting of every thing
beautiful and useful kept in a first-class Dry Goods Store, including many articles suitable for Holiday Presents. Novrj
wiuiout exception or reservation,
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xicti uiiiub -oapes, jutomoDiies, etc., an come unaer tlie. hammer and have been knocked down to an astonishingly
low figure. Shoes, hundreds at pairs for Men and Women. 50c, 7oc and 81.00 they cost three times t hat money and
other things too numerous to mention, in proportion. This is purely and simply a business proposition. I want to
convert my stock into money. These goods must go; and the price is a matter of secondarv consideration. If you
want genuine Bargains, take advantage of this opportunity, you will
I will buy
market price for
Store open from
Daylight until Midnight.
The Bolivar Bulletin.
A X X 0 U X C i: M E X TS .
We hfrebv announce HON". A. I. HAWKINS
as a candidate for re-eln tion lo thi otlic-' of ('Man
oellor for thp division comprising Jliu fonntii's f
Kenion, I arroll. Chester, Crockett, Lo:;tur, llar
de an, Hurdiu, lli'iidcrson Ui-nrv, Madison. Mc
Nairy, Perry. Mibect to the action of tlie Demo
I am a cai:didare for R ist--r of rianleinan
Com ty, subject to the action ot tlie ! "emocratic
party. .MAUKIC'K WILSON'. '
We arc autlmrizeil to announce IJ. W. S.vrIXIt
as a candidate fur Jl sister of Hardeman county,
subject to tlie action of tlie Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce J W. JACOBS
a a candidate for Iloiris er ol Ilardeumn (Jounty,
subject to the action i the Democratic party.
We arc au'lior-zed to announce Jt. F. BKKED
EX a a candidate f'r Ii-aisterof Ilirmau Coun
ty, subject to t:ie action of the Democratic patty.
We are authorize I t announce J. II. DOYLE
as a candidate for Sheriff "I Ilardein in County,
subject to the action of the Democratic prty.
We are authorized to announce S. T. SMITH
as a candidate tor Sheriff of liar It-man County,
subject to the action of the Democratic jiartf.
We are authorized to announce W.P.IIUDSOX
as a candidate for Sheriff of Hirdeman county,
subject to the action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce T. F. BISHOP
as a candidate for rrutee of Hardeman county,
subject to thj action of the Democratic party.
I LOCAL and PERSONAL, k
Dr. V. J. Cox viwit?d Coving
ton this week on business.
Toys! Toys! Toys! at
Mr. John II. Bills is in Arkan
sas this week on business.
Watches for Ladies and
Gentlemen at LigUtfort's.
Miss Janie Neely, of Middle-,
ton, is visiliug Mrs. J. A Foster.
See the Christmas goods at
V. J. Cox & Cos'.
Miss Nelle Carter leaves t'-day
for Jackson to spend ihe holidays
with relatives. i
Dolls! Dolls! at
Hon. A. J. Coates was in
Memphis and Jackson" this wc'k on
New Style Sci i L rk'ls
all the go at L ulnf
Wanted : G.bimi.V it nit-."
vols. 1 and 5, of Y M C A Li
brary. Apply at this office
We are requested to announce
that Rev W. S. C e - i p a l
at the Presb u ria
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same. Remember Bolivar's Biggest, Best and Leading Store.
Rings Wedding, Engage
ment, set and plain, at Light
fort's. Miss Nannie Anderson left Fri
day evening for Morristown, Tenn.,
on a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. M.
If you wish nice presents
at rock "bottom prices, go to
On account of the illness of
Mrs. S. . B. Ware, the Christmas
Recital at St. Katharine's will not
Guod Eight-Day Clocks,
.?-!.5D, and some finer, at
Mrs T. L Ammons has re
turned to Fulton after a visit of
several days to relatives in Bolivar
j and vicinity.
Good line of Spectacles,
from 25 cents up. at Light
fort's. Eves tested free.
Sixteen hundred crates of hol
ly, rpprt'Srnting eiht car loadn,
have been shipped from Bolivar,
Shandy and Toone this season.
Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets,
in silver and gold, at Light
fort's. Mr. G. M
confined to his room for several
das this week with a severe cold
We are giad to learn that he is im
proving. Plain Gold Engagement
Rings, for the young men, at
Lightfort's. Call and get
There will be extra services at
the Baptist Church next Sunday
morning aud evening. The pastor
expects to fpend the holidays in
Scarf Pins, Brooches, Cuff
Buttons, Chains, etc., etc., at
Mr. T. D. Newberi. sold re
cently to a gentleman iu South Car
olina six thoroughbred Langshan
fowls for $75.00. These birds
will be exhibited at the Charleston
received at W. J.
' "s a nice line of
c-;iiidie. frnm one
i:.df to iivi- pound boxes.
A nuiiibt-r tif hors. s . have re
ct-ntly dietl throughout the county
A few dajsagoMr. N C Nuckolls
liHt a thoroughbred mare" and a tine
- .r:-t- .... i. -1 Mr Gnirui
SlflJll Iffllf lllff
1 have ordered a
on the farm, irom a Hen Egg to a
Ilo.v is this for the "Sunny
South?" The theimometer this
week has registered two degrees
below zero, and snow remains on
tlie ground to the depth of about
Go to Hudson's to see and
to huy heautiful Toj's, Holi
day Goods, Novelties, efc.
Mr. W. T. Fish and family, of
Pilot Point, Tex., have returned,
after an absence of several years,
and will reside here in the future.
Mr. Fish is a son of Mr. Edwin
In biliousness, Ilerbine, by ex
pelling from the body the excess of
bile and a.-ids, improves the assimi
lative processes, purifies '.he blood,
and tones up and strengthens the
entire system. Price, 50c. For
sale by W. J. Cox & Co.
-REDUCED THE PRICE
BE SURE TO CALL AND EX
AMINE OUR STOCK BE
Little Verna Bryant, the 12
year old tep-daughter of Photog
rapher C. D. Ililliard, fell on the
ice the first of the week and fract
ured the bones of her left arm just
above the wrist.
In order to dispose oi the
remainder of her stock, Miss
Maggie Black will sell Hats
from now until January lbt,
AT COST AND BELOW COST.
Mr. Lee Lightfort is filling his
ice bouse this week with the genuine
home made article, from the pond
of Mr. 11. N. Mitchell. The ice is
over four incl.es thick aud as clear
Mail orders for Christmas
j;oods will leceive prompt at
tention and where the selec
tion is left to us we will do
our utmost to please our
W.J. Cox & Co.
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wholesale cut in
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Mr. li. C. Wilkinson aud
sister.Miss Maude, leaves nextWcd
nesday morning the 25th, for
Atlanta, Ga., where he is to be
married to Miss Dora S. Powell of!
that city. At home after January
We have a varied assort
ment of Beautiful Christmas
goods at extremely low
prices. Presents suitable for
W. J. Cox & Co.
At a meeting of Bolivar Lodge
No. COS F. and A. M. -he following
officers were elected for the ensuing
year: J. II. Doyle, W. M.; J. V.
Curliu, S. W.; J. K. Tate, .lr., .1.
W.; Dr. K. W. Tate, Treasurer; C.
S. Ware. Chaplain; J. E. Mashburn,
S. D. ; E. L. Lightfort, J. D.; John
In our stock can be found
pretty Toilet Sets, Shaving
Sets, genuine sterling Silver
ware, beautiful "Vase Lamps,
Crest Wave Ware, Albums,
Opal Ware, Mirrors, Vases,
Dolls, Fireworks, Mugs, Cups
and Saucers, etc., etc.
B. V. Hudsox.
The Christmas edition of the
Nashville American will be issued
Sunday, Dec. 22. It will have an
illuminated cover, drawn from the
very latest designs; also betutiful
half-tone pictures appropriate to the
Christmastide, reproduced from
paintings by the world's greatest
artists. It will be th ; handsomest
holiday paper ever printed in the
South. Ask your newsdealer to
save you a copy or seud 7 cents iu
stamps to the American for a copy.
The disposition of children large
ly depends upon health. If they
are troubled with worms, they will
be irritable, cross, feverish, and per
haps seriously sick.' White's Cream
Vermifuge is a worm expeller and
tonic to mae them
For sale by
cheerful. Price, 25c.
W. J. Cox & Co.
burns, scalds, bruised shius, sore
throat, and sores of every kind, ap
ply Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
will give immediate relief and heal
any wound. Price, 25c and 50o at
W. J. Cox & Cos'.
In our splendid assortment
ol Holiday Goods, Xmas
Trix, etc, you can find pres
ents that will suit you, wheth
er your purse be large or
small; whether your friends
be large or email, or ther
notions be large or small. J
A Twenty Thousand
Stock of Dry Goods
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prices on everything. Blankets, Comforts, Clothing
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never regret it.
Bale of Cotton,
Mr. Charlie Gordon, who has
been visiting here for several days,
returned Tuesday to his home in
Misses II attic and Blanche Ncw
som visited relatives in Vildo Tues-
rs. Cooper, after an illness of
several wteks, died Dec. 10th. She
was a kind mother, a true friend
and a devoted christian. Her sick
ness was borne without a murmur,
always saying that it was His will,
that she was ready to go.
Mrs. George Kellar, after suffer
ing for several days with pneumo
nia, died at her home near here on
the 5th of December. She leaves a
husband aud many friends to mourn
Mr. A. Gordon made a busiuesa
trip to Toone Friday.
The Society failed to meet last
Friday night ou account of the bad
weather. We hope to have a large
crowd and au interesting time next
School is making rapid progress
Each one seems interested iu his
ork ai.d never lets anything in
terfere, not even this cold weather
Owiug to the bad weather, Rev.
W. M. Norment failed to fill his
appoiutment Sunday at Needham's
Mr. G. W. Black has nearly fin
ished moving. We gladly welcome
him and wish that more such men
ould locate iu our neighborhood.
The bad weather has stopped the
cutting of holly. The men have all
left the bottom and gone lo the hills
- We wish the Editor a men)
Christmas and a happy New Year
Stick Candy, 3 lbs. for 25c. '
J, Fancy Candy, 3 lbs. for 25c.
Vi Apples, 15 and 20c per dozen.
4t Florida Oranges, 25 to 40c per rA
, Oocoanuts, 5 to 7 l-2c.
Raisins, cheap. . - r
Sugar, 25 lbs. for $1.00. r
Candy ever in Bolivar.
i P.F.Wilkinson & Sons
jr jcj.-jfif."' s? 3? f? r-t?
There are few ailments so uncom
fortable as piles, but they are easily
cured by using Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment. Relief follows its
use ajid anyone suffering from piles
cannot afford to neglect to give it a
trial. Price, 5Cc in bottles; tubes,
75c. For sale by W. J. Cox &
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and 1 will always
Roll of Honor.
The following have paid their
subscriptions to the Bulletin' since
our last issue :
Mrs. Margaret Sinclair Bolivar
J. D. Swinebroad Bolivar
II. E. Dailey Hickory Valley
Mrs. T. L. Ammons . ..Fulton, Ky
j Mrs. West Harris .. .Palestine, Ark
T. F. Bishop Vildo
W. P. Nuckolls Bolivar
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No Cure,
No Pay. Price, 25 cents.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's signature on each box.
Have you a cold? A doeof Bal-;
lard s Horehound Syrup at bed time
will remove it. Price, 25o and 50c.
For sale by W. J. Cox & Co.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
is just tho thing for Ilarness and Saddle Sores on horses,
Try Hexican Hustang Liniment
Stiff Joints, etc..
and you will find that you never in
all your life used 'anything that so
successfully fought aches and pains.
To pet the full benefit you shoul.l
rub it in most thoroughly.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
i a positive nre for Roup or Swelled Head in poultry.
give the highest
FRIEND. . . .
i Our immense stock of
Toys, Holiday Goods etc,
is now open and read' for in
spection up-stairs over my
Drug Store. You are cor
dially invited to call and see
B. V. Hudson.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's
j Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
iron aud quinine in a tasteless form.
! No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought