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Mer Sale of tlie; Season.
uFoIIow th track of th fl t-foot d thor
oughbred and heed the clarion ; notes of his
graceful rider "Go to Barrett's Always for
Bargains' In order to make room for our
new Fall Stock which will begin to arrive Tuly
1 5th, we have determined to offer all goods at
prices that will practically put competition out
of business. For months we have been buy
ing and planning for this great event, carefully
collecting brilliant bargains, and the most su
perb, the grandest values ever offered the pub
lic are now within easy reach. We are irj the
lead to remain, others are out of the race.
Money, nerve and a determination to do bus
iness are three important factors that entered
into this great stroke of ours, and that we will
be rewarded for our labor and outlay, and at
the same time benefit the people of Hardeman
and adjoining counties we feel sure. Always
alert, ever watchful of my own and the peo
ples Interests, we have heretofore offered in
ducements that have never been equaled, but
this grand sale is a master-stroke. It will
commence on Saturday morning, June 25th,
at 8 o'clock, and will continue 60 days only.
Bear in mind the fact that this is a spot cash
sale and not one cent's worth will be charged
at these prices. From Mississippi to the
Madison line, from the borders of Fayette to
the hills of McNairy, the news of this great
est of all sales has spread upon the wings of
the wind, and the crowds are coming. We
are delighted to welcome them and will see
that they are promptly served by our compe
tent corps of courteous salesmen. Read below
some of the values that will stagger other dealers.
5,000 yards best quality Calico, can't be bought for less than 6 or
cents elsewhere, latest designs and best brands, any piece in the house at
5 cents per yard.
10,000 yards best quality Brown Domestic, former price 6.V and 7(
cents, offered at 5 cents. To day these goods are worth more at the,.
factory than we ask.
12,000 yards Lawn and Organdies, which were considered bargains at'
from 15 to 50 cents, will close out at the remarkably low priceof lOcents.
j,wis y at un ;isuu w iiun icuuicu iium iu L L u drills. 5 v
4,000 yards Bleached Domestic, former price 10 to 12 cents, we offerS)J
at 7. cents.
2,000 yards nice Percales, worth from 12h to 15 cents, we will close at.
100 pair .Lace Uurtains, reduced from $1.50 and f2.00 to 99 cents. a.
great value. ((3$)
iuu v nue oeu opreaus, worm f.i.;u, ior oniy as cents.
25 nice White Bed Spreads, formely sold for i'1.75, now $1.00.
2. nicer White Bed spreads, original price $2.0G and f 2.50 will go atj
V ill close out our large stock of 1 able Linen, 50 and 60 cents onceV
'the price, now 26 cents.
200 Ladies' Muslin Uuderware Skirts, beautifully trimmed with Iacev
.and embrodery, worth irom $2 00 to $2.50 we offer at $1 83.
100 Ladies' Woolen Dress Patterns, slightly soiled, will be sold for
twhat they will bring.
100 Ladies lace-tummed Muslin Gowns, reduced from 75 cents and'
ttl.00 to 49 cents.
Large stock Ladies' Silk and Corduroy Skirts at your own price.
100 Ladies' and Misses' Corsets slightly soiled, original price 75 centtA
'and $1.00, now 23 cents.
Ladies Handkerchiefs n endless variety at only 3 cents each.
10,000 yards beautiful knibroidery, worth from 25 to 50 cents, we now
'offer for 10 cents.
1,000 Men's fine Negligee Shirts, in stylish colors, readily worth fromi
,75 cents to $1.00, our price 50 cents.
500 pair Men s and Ladies Shoes and slippers, sold for $2.00 and &2.50.V
and considered bargains, have been reduced in price to the small sum of
)$1.00 per. pair. '
100 dozen papers Pins, 1 cent per paper.
We have 300 pair Ladies' Shoes and Slipper that we will close at 50
1000 pair Ladies' fine French Heel Slippers at actual cost.
Men's Working Gloves that we formely sold at 75 cents now go at
tremely low price of $5.00 per suit. These good are the latest style,
first class make np, new and up to date and this price is a genuine bargain.
We will put on the counter 200 Boy a Knee bulls, and let them go for
what they will bring.
300 Men s Trousers, bought from one of the best houses in New York
City, we will close out at from $1.50 to 3.00 worth double the money.
1,000 Men's Felt Hats, different shades, late styles, only $1.00 each.
These Hats, formerly sold at $2.50 to $3.00. This is one of the most
attractive inducements of this great sale.
25 Kolla of nice Matting at actual cost.
2. dozen Bowls and Pitchers, worth from $1.50 to $2.00 you can buy
for 98 cents. .
Our Grocery Department is always lull and complete.
ses, etc., and sell at rock-bottom prices. Call and see us.
vie Nothing laid away or set aside, and no goods exchanged in this saleot
We have just received a car load of Flour, Meat, Molas-
J. A. BARRETT, For the People Forever.
The Bolivar Bulletin.
Progress Telephone No. 17.
jc Local News
baa returned to
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Webb have
returned from a visit to the St.
Miss Lizzie Cheek, of McKen
zie, is visiting friends in Bolivar
Jerrye Wellons has returned to
Memphis after a pleasant visit to
Mrs. Hardaway ha returned
from Memphis. j
The rain fall on Saturday last
was .96 inche s.
Will Sheets, of Jackson, spent
Sunday in Bolivar.
Miss Sarah Brown returned to
Jackson this week. 1
Mr. R. E. Durrett spent Sun
day last in Jackson.
Mrs. R. E. Durrett and chil
dren are in Jackson
Esquire W. H. Tate, of Toone,
was in town Monday.
Mrs. George Warren has re
turned from Memphis.
Mr. H. II. Herron, of Craines
ville, spent Sunday here.
Mrs. Joe E. Frazier returned
to Canton on Saturday last.
Mrs. Jake Kahn returned from
Memphis Tuesday evening.
Miss Mary Newbern is visiting
in Whiteville and Somerville.
Mr. J. C. Anderson, of Clover-
port, was in town Wednesday.
Mr. Lon Macon, of Pine Bluff,
Ark., is visiting relatives here.
Mr. Fred J. Coates returned to
Louisville, Ky., Sunday night.
Miss Leola Hillis is spending
the week with Greenfield relatives.
G. P. Newbern and family, o
Memphis, are here to spend severa
S. S. Scott spent several days
in Fulton, Ky., this week on busi
Mrs. S. L. Jewell and Master.
Lewis Jewell, are visiting in White
Mrs. Will White has returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives in
Jesse Ammons brought a cot
ton bloom to the Bulletin office
by the citizens of the neigborhood at
Moormans Grove in the second dis
trict last Thursday was attended by
about 500 people. There was an
abundance for double the number
present and to spare. The occasion
was highly enjoyed by all. Several
speeches were delivered Rev. M.
Evans on Sunday school work; Hon.
Hugh Williams, editor of the H. E. Carter on democracy; and
Bulletin, is visiting his mother in Joe L3x's remarks were rather in
Raleigh, N. C.
The picnic and barbecue given tiringly in the cause asCounty Super-
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luieuueui ior years auu a oeiier Bup-
Misses Mag West and Margie
Iudson have returned from Hunts-
Mr. J. M. Lumpkin and wife,
of Tupelo, Miss., are visilin
family of T. D. Prewitt.
Mr. Jim Herron, of Jackson,
is visiting his brother, Mr. II. II.
Ierron, at Crainesville.
the nature of a mixed speech.
Bring us your Butter,
Eggs and Hams.
W. J. W HEELER Sr feON.
Bolivar Camp No. 36, Wood-
the men of the World, met in regular
session Tuesday night July 12th.
The applications of Jas. E. Alford
was presented and referred to a
committee of three, who reported
that he be accepted, upon ballot
Mrs. W. A. House and daugh-l he was duly elected to membership.
ter, Miss Myrtle, of Medon, spent The protection degree was conferred
Wednesday in the city,.
upon J. W. Pirtle. Many members
were present who had not met with
camo in several months. Ibis was
an enjoyable session and all parted
with a strong and hearty approval
of Woodcraft. Next meeting will
Dock Scoggins died suddenly
at his home in the 18th district last
week, aged about 55 years.
Mrs. L. S. Phillips and daugh
ter, Dorothy, of Fulton.Ky., visited U,e Tuesday night July 26th,
Miaa Frances Stuart this week. I
Capt. Collins and Lieut. Wells,
The first water melon ot the 0f Co. D, Second Tennessee Regi
season was brought to town last I ment came down Monday evening
Tuesday by Finer Jones, (colored). to interview the Bolivar platoon.
-Miss Zarelda Ingram lef t Thurs After havinS drilled the Ptfon for
day for Henderson where she will
an hour or more, Capt. Collins dis-
!for the outlav of time and money.
I and as a side issue for com and cot-
nounced that one of our most popu-ton is a good investment. About
lar and handsome young men, Knox i thirty car loads of stuff was shipped
Nuckolls had been promoted to from this market.
viit her friend. Mias Madae Gales. mis8ed lhem complimenting the boys
' o I it t? . f -t . u
I as wen an oarLV. uiai. jtnto vu tucii
hisses veimaana virgie n- 20od work, and this is due to the
nie and Stella Reaves returned the r.:(i,rni .v; Mi
nrstot tne wees irom ot. i.oui8. Tate ha9 iven the boj8m jn8t be-
ATr anrt m whim k.ca nf. fore dismissal, Capt. Collins am
ed the Warren place on Jackson
Street which they will occupy in
the near future.
Mr. T. M. Moore and family
with Misses Mattve Cochrane and
Ethel Glenn, of Collierville, are en
joying the World's Fair sights.
W. P. Nuckolls makes a splen
did showing in the truck business.
From eight acres in berrieB, cabbage the past nine years been connected
and potatoes he has realized a net with the. G. R. C. College here as
profit of $578.39. Un a part of one of the faculty, leaves soon to
this land he has fine crops of corn accept a position as principal of the
and peas, which will add at least high school at Bolivar. Prof. Ijams
$100.00 more to bin profits. He is I has not only worked and devoted
well pleased with results and will J his time and energy in the school
plant an increased acreage in truck room to the educational interests of
next year. (Chester county but has worked un
euntendent the county never had.
Not only hag his work been appreci
ated, but his daily walk and influence
as a christian gentleman has also
been appreciated and will be missed
by all who know him. It is with
regret that we learn of his leaving
but we are also glad to know that
he is going to a more lucrative po
sition and where his work may be
more pleasant. The people of Har
deman county are to be congratula
ted npon securing the services of
Prof. Ijams. Henderson Gazette
Before you go to the
World's Fair come in and get
a pair of Walkover oboes.
Your feet will need comfort,
Walkover Shoes give it.
Through the courtesy of Mr.
Harrell Wilson, the following state
ment can be made aa the results of
hipmenU of fruits and vegitables
ffipce the beginning of the season:
Berries 1821 crates.
Cabbage, 4439 crates.
Potatoes, 2368 sacks,
Cucumbers, 95 baskets.
Beans, 250 baskets.
Peas, 11 baskets.
Beets, 9 barrels.
Plums, 32 orates.
Apples, 15 baskets.
Ouion8, 1 sack.
The returns from these shipments
have been satisfactory. The land
upon which the above was grown
has b?en replanted in late crops,
thereby injuring double crops. The
trucking industry more than pays
the Chicago division of the Illinois
Central, with headquarters in Chi
cago. He will enter upon his du
ties in Memphis as soon as he can'
close up the affairs of his office in
Chicago, For twenty-five years Mr.
McCarlcy has been connected with 1
the Illinois Central Railroad, en-
terins the service of the conmanv
as telegraph operator. Serving
several years in this department, he
was promoted to local agent and by
successive steps he was placed in
charge of some of the important
agencies on the Southern lines. For
the past ten or fifteen years he has
been actively identified with the
claim department, en ter in er this
branch of the service at Jackson,
Tenn. Several years ago he was
transferred to the Chicago division
with increased duties and responsi
bilities. So satisfactorily did he
perform his duties that he was deem
ed worthy to succeed Mr. Dalton as
division agent of the Yazoo and
m OF K
Sargeant. lhe State encampment
will be held in Jackson some time in
August and Sargt. Maj. Tate has
decided to drill twice a week iu order
to get his boys in good trim by the
time of the encampment.
Prof. C. B. Ijams, who has tor
The Commercial Appeal of
Sunday contained the following
complimentary notice of a former
Bolivarian, Will McCarley, who was
born and raised in Bolivar. His
many friends here will be glad to
learn of his success: W. F. Mc
Carley is appointed general agent
of the Yazoo and Mississippi Val
ley Railroad, with headquarters in
Memphis, vice A. Dalton, resigned
The appointment is effective at once.
The position of general agent practi
cally means the superintendency of
agencies Mr. McCarley's present
position is that of claim agent of
On Monday and Tuesday,
July 18th and 19th, we
will offer 1000 yards of
nice Silks, former price
$1.00 to $1.50, will sell at
38 cents. Don't miss this
J. A. BAKRETT.
In the County Court of Hardeman
County, Tennessee. B. C. Carr
vs. Neoma Gurley, et als. Pe
tition to sell land for partition.
Cause No. 1534 R-. D.
It appearing from the petition,
which is sworn to, that defendents,
ames Hemy Stone, William Walter
Stone, George Jimison and his wife,
Nannie Jimison, formerly Naniiie
Stone, Blaine Stone, Laura Brooks
Stone, Burton Stone and Ora Stone,
heirs at law of James H. Gurley
deceased, are all residents of the
State of Texas and non-residents of
the State of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot be
served on tbem. It is therefore
ordered that publication be made
or four consecutive weeks in the
Bolivar Bulletin a r newspaper pub-
ished in the town of Bolivar,
lardeman County Tennessee, re
quiring said deiendents to enter
their appearance before the County
Court of said County and State, at
his office in the town of Bolivar, on
or oetore tne first Monday in
August, 1904, and plead answer or
demur to the petition filed in this
cause, otherwise the same will be
taken for confessed as to them and
this cause set for hearing exparte.
This June 15, 1904.
T. D. Prewitt, C. & M.
A. J. Coates, sol. for Complainant.
Free Trip to World's Fair.
Result of 11th week of P. P. WilkiuoD A Sons1
Popular Lady Contest."
Miaa Altie MiMtead 180
Mia Pearl Tmylor.,,, , T
Miaa Pearl Ste .. c
Miss Ella Crawford ... 54
Miss Xorvelto Whiting,, ,, ,, gt
Mlas Anera Black .. .-,. ,,,, ,
Miss Lucille Mc Daniel..,
Miss Ella Mitchell
Miaa Ella PirUe
Miss Jennie Mitchell
Miss Mattye Cochrane
Miss Dickens Carut hers..
Miss Mattie Clinton.
Miss Ethel Campbell
Miss Lacy Dorris .
Miss May Smith.
sMMf a mmt3&
Miss Margie Hudson....
Miss Belle Pirtle
Miss iTy Breeden . 28
Miss Jennie Vincent , ,.-."
All persons holding tickets are requested to
turn them in.
Blanks at Bulletin Offices
We have a nice supply of
Fresh Bread, Butter, Eggs,
Honey, Country Hams and
Bacon. Your orders wilt be
W. J. Wheelek cf Son.
IT IS A FACT
That my store is the
first opened every morning,
and early risers can always
find me on duty. If you
want something nice ior
breakfast, dinner or sup
per, in the way of Fresh
Meats or Fancy Groceries,
I have it. Call, and be
convinced. Your patron
age respectfully solicited.
L E. WHITENTON.
Tinware that will not rust
Would you not like to ge
some of that kind. We have
it for sale. Guaranteed no
buys more Groceries at
our store-than anywhere
else in town. Special
prices in Canned Goods,
crisp Crackers in packages
or by the pound, fine Flour
and Granulated bugar.
THE EXTRA GOOD
of everything we sell
makes these special prices
a matter of importance to
every careful buyer. Your
TV .J. WHEELER &c SOI7.
IIUI1R Y TJI.
Get a move on you.
Don't fail to see oar 5 and 10
Don't fail to see our beautiful
Buy a dollars worth from us,
Pick out your favorite
Only about two months left.
Buy two dollars worth, get two
votes, and for 59 cents secure a
Our contest is increasing in in.
terest. Those holding tickets please
help tne interest by sending them
P. F. Wilkinson & Sons. ,
1. C. It It TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, May 15, 1904.
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