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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Progress 'Telephone No. 17.
We are authorized to announce
T. F. Bishop as a -ii(litiatc for
Trustee of Hardeman Comity, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
Primary, March 15, 1004.
We are authorized to announce
G. M. Savage as a candidate for
Trustee of Ilardemin County, sub
ject to the action of th Democrat
ic Primary, March 15, 1004.
We are authorized to announce
S. T. Smith as a candiilate for re
election to the office of Sheriff of
llardemaa County, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary,
March 15, 1904.
js Local News
Oysters will be served at the
Miss Mag Dorion spent Tues-4
day in Jackson.
Miss Ethel Kinney is teaching
in the 8th district.
Miss Maude Pirtle, of Toone,
spent Wednesday in the city.
Mehsrs. Will White and Jim
Harris visited Whiteville Sunday.
Wendell Huddleston, of the 13tb
district, left Sunday tor Memphis.
Charlie Ilornsby, of Craines
ville, left last week for Earle, Ark
Mrs. Amanda Coates and Miss
Mary Smith visited Jackson this
Mrs. F. M. Smith and bright
Tittle son, Roy, spent Sunday in
Col. G. M. Dugan and wife,
of Chicago, tisiled relative here
this week, j
The first snow of the winter
covered the ground Wednesday"
T. D. Pre witt, our County
Clerk, spent several days in Somer
ville last week.
Captain C. M. Wellons has re
turned from a successful busiuess
trip throngh Arkansas.
A local observer of cotton,
guesses that the present crop will
not exceed 9,900.000 bales.
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High Art Millinery, Ladies Furnishings. Origi
nal Designs, Exclusive Materials.' Every article of
our Fall Stock has been sold. During the Months
of December and January we will display mid-winter
styles. After that date we will begin making
preparations for an immense Spring Stock.
Sincerely yours for style quality and prices,
MRS. J. D. SWINEBROAD.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Ilerron
aud daughter Mabel, of Crainesville,
visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. I. C. Babb, wife and
daughters, of the Toone neighbor
hood, visited the city Friday.
Mr. J. D. Swinebroad, who has
been absent for some lime on busi
ness, is expected to return next
Mis. W. N. Owen,
way, Ark , is the
Laura Phillips Cole,
of St- Ivathar-
Lightfort & Co. hwe
beautiful line of Jewelry at
very low prices.
We regret to announce h.
continued illness of Rev. J. M.
Scott. Everybody hopes for his
John Thompson has moved
near Bethel Spriugs. Frank How
ell has bought the Thompson farm
and moved upon it.
Harrison Tate, of the 15th
Within the limited time mentioned above, we will offer at one half price a
twenty thousand dollar stock, consisting of DllY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS,
SHOES, Hats, Cats, ETC.,
articles for Christmas presents. We will demonstrate to the public that no
other store can offer you such a beautiful array of money-saving articles.
Others mav oifer vou a few little extra inducements for a while, in order to
catch your patronage, but we stand preeminent and alone as the one store
that saves you money the vear round. There is but one standard at Bar
rett's that is the best possible for the price. Our goods are all new and
stylish. There is not a stock in Hardeman County that can compare with it
either in vastness of variety or value. We have already received our second
Fall Stock, and new goods are arriving daily. We are doing the business
we are here for that purpose and you will al ways find us at our post.
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district, killed a hog last week with
22 toes, 6ix on each of the fore feet
and five on each of the hind feet.
For anything in the jewel
ry line go to Lightfort & Co.
They carry only the best
Attend the Xmas sale of fancy
and usefut articles to be given by
the ladies of the Episcopal Church,
Dec. Uth at the old racket store.
Efl. Bovd. a renreeentati ve of
the Lemon & Gale Dry Goods Co
a! Memphis, was in town Sunday
not in the mlerest of his tirm, now
Miss .Ora Moore, a beautiful
and fascinating young lady, has re
turned to her-home at Augustus,
after a pleasant visit to friends
All members of Bolivar Camp,
No. 36, Woodmen of the World,
are requested to be present, next
Tuesday night, a9 it is the time to
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111 ember that this
charge a single article at these great slaughter prices-
We are paying the highest price for Cotton and have bought
the bulk of the. crop marketed at Bolivar. If you want to save
J.A.B.p'the market we
Mr. G. W. Chiistian and
family arriwd Sui'.day fro w Arkan
nag. lie returned Tuesday morn
ini, but his family will remain lor
an indefinite period. At present,
Mr. Christian is County Surveyor
of Si. Fruucis County.
Mrt. V. I. Macon and family,
of Celeste, Texas, are hero to at
tend the bedside of Mrs. Macon'
mother, Mrs Vausjhan, quite an
aged lady of the 13th district, who
has been dangerously ill for several
The meeting 'at the Baptist
Church elosed Sunday night, after
being in session two weeks. There
were eight additions to the church
by baptism and one by 'etter. W.
V. Cox and G
A. Black were
Co. have a
handsome line of Jewelry,
including many things suit
able for Xmas presents.
C. D. Smith & Co., the general
contractors of Memphis, stated that
by January,. 1905, the Mobile,
Jackson & Kansas City railroad
will be completed between Mobile,
Ala., and Middleton, lenn. There
are at present 650 teams and 1,500
men at work along the route.
Out of 1400 -pounds of seed
Cotton, "patch weight, btanton
tslavlock, or Muulleoura, inaue a
bale of cotton weighing 505 pounds
This is a remarkable result. The
variety of seed planted was -King's
Improved," bought of Esquire Car-
Many of our subscribers have
renewed for the Bulletin-recently
and among, the number are some
old timers, wno nave neen on our
list for years, namely: Stanton
Blaylock, of Middleburg, Nat II ud-
dleston, of Bolivar, and
J. E. Co
mer, of Teague.
Mrs Southall Dickson entertain
ed on tte 1st in honor of her sister,
Miss Bettie Normeut, of Whiteville.
Her room were decorated with
branches and twigs of bolly, her
tables graced by handsome pieces
of Battenburg center pieces. The
hours from 4 to 6. were passed in
pleasant conversation. A salad
course, with chocolate and ambrosia
lion. A. J. Coates and daughtei
attended the funeral of Mrs. Annie
Lee Boswell, whose death occurred
at Lula, Ark., . Nov. 2.7th, and
whose remains were buried in Elm
mood Cemetery, Memphis, on Mon
day last. . Deceased was born in
Bolivar and was -a daughter of
Moses K. and M. A. Parish, and
was 35 years of age. Her husband
and two sisters survive, Mrs. A. J.
Coates, of Bolivar, and Mrs. IX. II.
Ilailey, of Pine Bluff, Aik. .
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is a SPOT CASH
sell your Cotton
always pay, tor
IN AND SEE US AND BRING YOUR FAMILY AND
I J I I
Mr. William McKinnie renew
ed his subscription to the Bulletin
Wednesday, and when we handed
him 'he receipt be remarked, "if
you can find where I owe a nickle,
I will give you a dime for the debt."
Now many men of his age, 75 years,
can say as much? lie is one of our
mot honoranle citizens.
-Miss Mnggie Black will
sell all of her readv to wear1
Hats at cost, from now until
Christmas. To save money
call and see her.
The announcement of S. T.
Smith, crnd date for reelection to
the office of Sheriff, will be found
elsewhere. Mr. Smith has only
ser.'ed one term. It has always
been customary to elei't the Sheriff
the second time, provided he dis
charged his duty during his first
term, and this Mr. Smith has done
with entire satisfaction, so far as
our knowledge ijoes. lie will ap
preciate the support of the dem
ocratic voters of the county.
Yesterday at noon, in the par
lors of the Peabody Hotel, Mrs.
Lucie Paul of this city and Robert
B. Cartmell of Jackson, Tenn.,
were quietly married, lhe cere
mony was read by the Kev. VV m.
II. Neel in the presence of a few
relatives and friends. R. L. Bur
gess, of Jackson acted as best man
to the groom. The parlors were
nicely decorated for the occasion
and immediately following the
service breakfast was served to 'he
wedding party in the cafe. Mr.
and Mrs. Cartmell will be at home
at Jackson, Tenn. Memphis News
liable jewelers, are
on the south side
located of the
stand, and will
be srlad to
friends and the
" We direct attention to the an
nouncement of G. M. Savage, can
didate for Trustee of Hardeman
County, which appears elsewhere in
to-day's Bulletin. .Mr. Savage is
a son of late Casey Savage, and was
born and raised in this county.
For many years lift wai engaged in
the drug and livery business at
Boltvir, also served as postmaster
of the to n and is" and has been for
a nnmber of years a member of the
Board of Aldermen. In every
capacity in which he has served, he
has always faithfully performed his
duty. He is thoroug
which he as -
to fill the position to
pires, and be solicits and will ap.
preciate the support of the dem
ocratic voters of Hardeman County.
SALE. We cannot afford to and
until we bid on
everything the farmer raises.
ARKETT, Always on
Seldom have the lovers of plays j
been pleased as they were cr
Wednesday evening of last week,
when "Six Cups of Chocolate,"
supplemented with drills, readings
and musical numbers, was presented
at St. Katharine's. Sohool. Six
dainty tots gave the doll drill fault
lesfdy. Littl : Bessie Ingram and
.wauie warren were luimu-aoie in
the duet, ."Where are you going,
my pretty Maid?" They sang en
costume. "The Elf Chil i" was
naturally given by Bessie Ingram.
Each wee person performed
aell. oMrs Cole's reading,
Mies Woollen's violin solo and Miss
Margie Hudson's piano solo added
greatly to the success and pleasure
of the evening.
Mr. R. R. Harris had an un
pleasant experience Saturday with a
patient of the Western Hospital.
The pa'ient imagines that Mr. liar
ris' children are his own aud several
weeks ago he went to the houe and
attempted to take them, but was
driven off the premises. He threat
ened to return and have the children
or kill Mr. Harris. Saturday he
came, armed with part of a hoe
handle, lie was met at the gate by
Mr. Harris and ordered away anil
replied by using his stick, striking
at Mr. Harris three tremendous
blows, all of which were warded off.
The two men then grappled and
fought for some time. Finally Mrs
Harris and the children saw the
fight and went to Mr. Harris' as
sistance, and' after a hard struggle
the whole lani.ly succeeded
niak.1112 mm leave the place. It l
strange that dangerous lunatics are
allowed to go
Big Farmers' Convention.
Jackson, Tenn., Nov. 39. The
West Tennessee Farmers' Institute,
which meets in this .?ity next week,
Dec, 8, 9 and 10, promises to be thej
largest convention ever held in this'
end of the State. There are 800 ac
credited delegates to this
all of whom are furnished free
transportation by the railroads, aud
it is probable that very near all of
them will be in attendance. It will
require all the hotel room, boarding
houses and a great many private
homes to entertain this many people.
The delegates embrace the best class
of farmers throughout West Ten
nessee. I have G Houses and Lots and one
' Store House,
I will sell cheap or
for work stock. For
further information address
Jxo. M Guovkttk,
108 Gates Ave, Jackson, Tenn.
it. The top of
the People's "SMb.
It was the pleasure of a reader of
your paper to have a drive over the
Stone River battle Held a short lime
since. Eirth works-are seen ou atl
sides, upon which and at their bases
iartre trees have gro wn hince the war.
On a portion of this battle field
is situated the home of one of Ten
nessee s most yruted writers,
"Charles Egbert Craddock," Miss
Mary A. Murfree Pleasant was
the afternoon and novel the stroll
down the pike roads of suburban
Murfreesboro on the way to the
novelist's home a modest frame
vine embowered cottage, which
stands where cannon boomed, bul
lets whistled and sabers flashed in
the deadliest of work on that field
of carnage The noted Tennessean, .
an ideal type of Southern woman
hood, and a scion of that family
from which Murfreesboro takes its
name, is petite in stature, a result
of an illness of years ago, but most
fascinating in manners and charm
ing in conversation. An hour was
spent delightfully in her company.
Relic-lovers would be charmed with
her library, which is filled with an
tique pieces of furniture, old paint
ings and rire books, many of which
are over 100 years old.
The drive across Stone River,
which at that point is a beautiful
stream and well called, fortified as
it wen? by a massive stone wall,
an 1 out to the national cemetery, is
a delightful omc.
The Somerville Reporter and
Falcon has entered upon ila 24th
year. Almost a quarter of a century
it has industriously labored iu be
half of the interests of the people of
Somerville and Fayette County?"
It deserves the support of all good
citizens and the Bulletin wishes it
longpr life and increased prosperity.
Horse and Buggy. Apply to
Dr R. W. Tatk.
A Timely Suggestion.
This is the seaon of the
( when the iirndent and careful hnnm.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
is certain to be needed before the
winter is over, and results are much
ra re prompt and satisfactory when
it is kept at hand and given as soon
as the cold is contracted and before
it '.:as become settled in the system.
Iu almost every instance a severe
cold may be warded off by taking
this remedy freely as oon as the
first indication of the cold appears.
There is i.o danger in giving it to
children for it contains no harm
ful substance. It is pleasant to
take both adults and children like
it. Buy it and you 'will get the
best. It always cures. For Fala
by Cox ; Co , Bolivar; Bailey fc