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$20,000 Worth of Goods Almost Given Away!
HARDEMAN AND ADJOINING COUNTIES: On former occasions we have given many attractive sales, but we will inaugurate a Loom
o'clock on Saturday morning June 27th, continuing 60 days, that will eclipse anything in the Dry Goods history ol Bolivar. 1 he little clearance sales
prices by .other merchants, pale into insignilicance when compared to our great "Loom find sale, ror the Deneut oi tnose wno ao not unaersiana
we will state that every factory and mill in the manutacture ot their products accumulate Loom rinds or "iviill finds as they are sometimes canea.
half vard to ten yards in length. These are laid aside and tied up in great bundles, and are disposed ot to large retailers at very low prices, we were ior-
cases of these remnants at ridiculously low prices. Those who are familiar with Loom rind sales know and appreciate the meaning extraordinary
unheard-of bargains, we have made a sweeping reduction ot twenty-live per cent, in tne price 01 every article in stocK. w e are oeiermmea mat mis saie
will no doubt be surprised at the goods and prices, we are sorry; for our competitors, who can t touch our values, but we congratulate our customers,
tnese oareains. ngures laiK, ana Deiow we auoie you prices wmcii wm jhu mc piup uum uuuu
TO THE PEOPLE OF
End" sale commencing at 9
and the slight reduction made in
what a "Loom End" sale means,
They are short ends from one-
tunate in securing a number of
bargains. In addition to these
shall be a record-breaker. You
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whn toi rn th hpnprtts. !t !S useless to consume snace m Qwellinc UDOll
priced merchants. Remember, these are some of our special values everything in the house has been reduced in price, whether mentioned in this advertisement or notxMxMtJtx
B OTHER BARGAINS, i
5000 yards Embroideries,
prices reduced one-half.
20 Rolls of Matting at
500 pair fine Slippers,
patent leather and vici,
close at cost.
500 pair Duchess Trous
ers great reduction.
Felt Hats, immense stock,
in every style at almost
THIS IS A SPOT CASH
SALE NO GOODS
Highest price paid to
the farmer for Country
s Produce of every descrip-
E: tion, such as Chickens, 3
rz Eggs, Beeswax, etc.
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Regular Loom End ("() ' Regular Loom End
Prinfi. Price. rr Trice, frice
W One hundred Ladies' Gowns
Two hundred Negligee Shirts
S$ Two hundred Xcgligee Shirts, same qual-
w ity as "Manhattan" best made 1.50.
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une nunurea pair jace vjurtains . i.ou.
One thousand Lacjies' Handkerchiefs... .15.
Five hundred Men's and Ladies' Linen
. . . .00
One hundred White Bed Spreads
Ten thousand yards Calico.
Five hundred vards Forrest Percales..
Five thousand yards Lawns
Five hundred pair Suspenders. . ....
E 02? Ten thousand yards best quality Brown
Twelve thousand yards Lawns and White
One hundred Ladies' Muslin -Underwear
One hundred dozen Ladies' Black Hose..
Two hundred dozen Men's Half-Hose. . . .
Fifty dozen Ladies' White Vests
Five thousand yards Bleached Domestic
(equal in quality to "Hope") ........
.5 S- s7- SZ?
.2o ....... 10
Five hundred pair Good Buckskin Gloves .75.
Five hundred pair Men's Shoes (Brown
Shoe Co's make) 2.50.
Three hundred pair Ladies' Vici Kid
Shoes, new stock ............ ....... 2.50. .
Five hundied pair Slippers
One hundred Men's" Suits
One hundred Girdle Corsets 1.50.
One hundred Smyrna Rugs 5.00. .
One hundred Smyrna Rugs, extra sizes. . 7.00. .
One hundred Shirts,' slightly soiled 1.50..
Five hundred pounds Xavy Tobacco. . . .
. . 1.39
. 2.50 1.00
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. .... 50
l We will include in this
great "Loom End ' Sale'
g $1,000 worth of high
class, stylish and fashion- 12
able Millinery, consisting
of Hats, Plumes, Ribbons,
Flowers and Trimmings
of all kinds, which will be s
sold at actual cost. Don't 552
miss this opportunity.
Pkogkess Telepuoxj: No. 17.
4 Local News-5i
Will White visited iu Fultoa
Mr- J. P. Mitchell was in Jack
Little Mary Newborn
Whiteville this week.
Mrs. Mattie Lambert left Tues
day morning for Oklahoma.
Miss Zarelda Ingram will visit
iu Memphis .iu the near future.
Miss Janie Neely, of Middleton,
is visiting Mrs. Luther Webb.
Little Iiessie Ingram and Mas
ter Itobert are visiting iu Toone.
Potato Slips and Celery Plants
cheap. Apply to P. F. Wilkin sox
Ilev. Neville Joyuer preached in
Christ Church Nashville on last Sunday.
Miss Frances Stuart is visiting
her sister, Mrs. T. II. Irby, at Ful
Miss E. J. Joyner has returned
from New York and other Eastern
Wc have the srenuinc corn
field Beans for sale.
Preaching at Pleasant Grove
church Sunday afternoon at 3
Barrett is almost giving away
goods. Read his great "Loom End"
Dr. and Mrs. Frierson and son,
Guy, returned the first of the week
Miss Lizzie Amnions will spend
the summer in Memphis with her
brother and sister.
Miss Virginia Ilardaway has
returned from a visit to relatives in
Memphis and Arkansas.
Miss Irene Bond entertained
Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss
Irene Bond of St. Louis. Progress
ive flinch and euchre were played.
Dainty refreshments were served.
The Methodist Sunday school
will have a picnic at Dunlap
Springs Tuesday June 30th.
Mrs. Octavia Polk and Miss
Fannie Jones, of New Castle, are
visiting Mrs. Tempe Tate.
Some splendid and attractive
values at Durrett's. See his ad
vertisement iu to-day's Bulletin.
Mrs. Dr. Prewitt, of Grand
Junction, and Mrs. Malcom Prewitt,
of Memphis, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Thurston Prewitt.
Rev. J. W. Blackard, Presiding
Elder of the Jackson District Meth
odist Conference, was the gusest of
Dr. B. V. Hudson Friday.
We are prepared to furnish
Ice Cream for iamily use on
Mary McNeal, (col.) died Tues
day afternoon. She was a faithful
negress of the old school, and had
lived in Bolivar many decades.
Mr. II. O. True, president of
the True-Tagg Paint Co., Memphis,
soent Sunday in Bolivar with his
family, who are here for the sum
mer. Fred Coates, connected with
the civil engineering department of
the Illinois Central Railroad,
stationed at Louisville, spent Sun
day in Bolivar.
The plank walks of the city are
being repaired. The work would
have been done before, but Mr. T.
A. Parran, chaiiraan of the etreet
committee, was unable to get the
mills to fill his orders for lumber.
Hundreds of crates of cabbages : first shipment of
onions, beans, potatoes ami oeets.i.oO per crate.
have been shipped from Bolivar re
cently by our euterprising truck
growers. The prices received have
been very satisfactory and the in
dications are that the average in
vegetables will be largely increased
next season in this section. .
A nice line of Hammocks
at Cox f Co's ranging in
price from 1.25 to $3.50.
Call and see us before buying.
The property of the Memphis
Conference Female Institute was
sold at Chancery sale in Jackson
last week and was bid in by John R.
McKiunie forlG,"00. It is under
stood that the property is in the
hands of friends of the school.
Mr. R. R. Harris was in town
Saturday. About ten weeks ago he
was stricken with paralysis, his en
tire left side being affected, and for
wejks he was perfectly helpless.
He is able to walk with the aid of a
a stick, though has no use of his
Miss Leila Bachman, of Wi-
nona, iuiss., wno nas teen visiting
the family of Mr. R. N; Mitchell
for several weeks, left Saturday for
acksou and Adamsville to visit
relatives. Miss Bachman is a
chaining and talented lady and was
the recipient of many social honors
P. F. Wilkinson & Sons
have iust received a nice sup
ply of Men's Pants. Twodol-
lars will ouy a nice pair.
Rev. J. H. Felts spent a Bhort
while in Bolivar last Thursday, eu
route to Whiteville, where his wife
js visiting. Mr. Jc elts is now
stationed at Corinth. Several
years ago he was pastor of the
Methodist Church here and is
popular with our people, all of
whom were glad to see him.
Anthony Ramsey colored,
celebrated his 66th birthday Mon
day by giving an elegant dinner to
which was invited quite a number
of his white friends. Anthony has
followed this custom for many years.
He is an old time Southern darkey,
respectful and polite and esteems it
a great honor to entertain his ('young
P. F. Wilkinson & Sons
make a specialty of Shoes,
Hats, Shirts and all Gents'
Mrs. S. C Fawcett died Fri
day night at the residence of her
son-in-law, Dr. G. M. Dorris, aged
58 years. Deceased was the widow
of T. B. Fawcett. She leaves
five children. Her remains were
buried at Walnut Grove Church of
which she was a member. The
funeral services were conducted by
Rev. J. W. Dickens. A more ex
tended notice of this good woman
will appear later.
Among Bolivar's successful
truck farmers is Col. G. T. Ingram.
Off of two-thirds of a.i acre in
Bloomsdale Pearl O.iious, he gather
ed 119 crates, or 80 bushels, the
The house to
which he-shipped complimented his
onions highly, sayiug they were the
finest received in the Chicago mar
ket, and were far superior to the
fancy Texas stock, heretofore con
sidered the best.
We direct attention to the ad
vertisement of the Hardeman
County Savings Bank, which ap:
pears elsewhere in to days Bulletin.
The stockholders of this institution
are among the most prominent
citizens of our county and its of
ficials are safe, experienced and
capable business men. They have
fitted up handsome quarters in the
Kahn Block, adjoining the post
office, are now ready for business,
and respectfully solicit public
P. F. Wilkinson & Sons
buv Tobacco and bnuti in
large quantities, hence are
able to rive close prices on
The Illinois Central Railroad
will sell tickets at reduced rates on
account of the following occasions
Fourth July Excursions; Quarter
Centennial Convention National
Music Teachers' Ass'n., Asheville,
N. C, June 30-July 3rd; Christian
Endeavor Convention, Denver, Col.,
July 9 13th, "National Eucamp
ment G. A. R., San Francisco
August 18 22nd; Annual Meeting
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Boston, June 28 July 1st; National
Educational Association, Boston,
July G-lOth .
Neely of the Western Hospital.
Miss Anuie Mc Acuity returns
rom Abbeville, Miss., this week
where she has been spending
several days with her sister, Mrs.
W. II. Campbell.
W. A. May and S. B. Powell are
shipping onions this week to the
Bluff City. Mr. May is shipping
apples and plums also.
Rev. J. W. Dickens, former pas
tor of this place, delivered a
scriptural discourse at the Baptist
hurch Monday night.
Mrs. R. E. Rose and children re
turned from a' pleasant visit to
relatives in Grand Junction, Satur
Misses Pearl and Elizabeth l'olk
are visiting tne iamily or J. iu.
Avant this week.
Through the remainder
of the Season all my Hats
will go at Cost.
To Sunday School Workers of
At a meeting of. the Executive
Committee of the Hardeman County
Sunday School Convention in Boli
var June 21st., the following ac
tion was taken.
I am prepared to bore and
curb Wells on short notice,
also to erect Wind Mills and
put in Pumps. My machin
ery is first class and I guar
antee satisfaction. The pat-
Wednesday and Thursday 5thjronae Q tie public solicited
and 6th of August was chosen as ' ,1 nrnmnt. .it.t.pntimi ffiven
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the time, and the Methodist Church
Bolivar as the place for holding the
3rd County Convention. The at
tention of Sunday School Superin
tendents and all others interested
in this great work is called to this
notice, and they are urgently re
quested to see that every school in
the County is represented.
All delegates are cordially in
vited and will be hospitably enter
tained. W. A. Cakutiiers,
W. McBhide,. Secretary.
to all business.
ID. W. IPAIRIBAIS9
International Stock Food,
International Poultry Food,
International Pine Healing
Oil, International Gall Cure,
etc., recommended by any
one who has ever tried it.
Sold under a special guaran
tee by P. F. Wilkinson &
Futrell Bros, realized a net profit
of over $400.00 oa their etiawberry f
sales this season. I-
Miss Irene Prewitt relumed from!
a pleasant visit to Miss Bessie lip j
lpr. of Pocahontas.
Rev. Elviu Taylor beard, will
preach hsre at the Presbyterian
Mr. G. A. Black, of the firm ot-l
Sweeton '& Black, Bolivar, was
here on business one day last week.
Will Allen May left Thursday for
Memphis, where he accepts a po
sition with The Memphis First
Mr. J. M. Avant is in from a
a pleasant sojourn at Rogers'
Rev. J. L. Hunter, of Grand
Junction, preached a good sermon
at the Presbyterian church Sunday.
Miss Nannie Avant is in from a
pleasant stay with Miss Katherinel
All Colored Wash Goods.
7k and 8i cents the yard, re
duced to 5 cents.
10 and 122 cents the yard,
reduced to 8i cents-
15 cents the yard, reduced
to 12 cents.
35 cents the yard, reduced
to 25 cents.
33 and 35 cents the
yard, reduced to 25 cents.
The above will not last long
at these prices.
One-quarter off on all Laces
Monarch and other Shirts,1
Stiff Bosom and Negligee,
all sizes," 14 to 17, $1.00
and $1.25 grade, 75 cents.
35 cents Men's Balbriggan
Undershirts for 25 cents.
A lot of Men's Congress
Shoes, rubbers damaged
$1.00 per pair regular
price $3.00 to 3.50.
We will sell our entire lot of
this- Season's Oxfords, and
Strap Slippers at reduced
Sacrifice Prices on Ladies'
Pine Waist Patterns, Wash
Silks and Novelties.
75c. for LadiesTine Shoes.
A large lot of Ladies' Kid
and other makes, values up
to $4.00 per pair, broad
and sharp toes, we put in a
lot and offer at 75 cents.
Cotton Goods Must
We are still selling same at
prices that we did when
Cotton was 5 cents per
pound. It is now 12 cents.
Good yard-wide Brown
Domestic, 5 cents.
Good Bleached Domestic,
All of above prices are for CASH only. We will continue
this sale until July 1st.