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y iivar Bulletin.
Hugh Williams, Editok.
Pkocuess Tklepiione No. 17.
Friday, May 10, 1901.
The following letter, written by
a Southern grandmother, of Bates
ville, Miss., to the secretary of the
entertainment committee of the
Memphis Reunion, we consider well
worthy of reproduction. It recites
facts that should never be forgotten:
"Dear Sir 1 have read with in
terest the extensive and elaborate
preparations being made by Gen.
G. V. Gordon and the various com
mittees for entertaining the Con fed
erate veterans, their sponsors and
maids of honor, and even the negro
cooks, and yet the wives of the vet
erans have been wholly ignored.
Our husbands are to be royally en
tertained in companies, in public
halls, where 'twill not be proper to
take their wives, and shall we be
left in the streets with no place to
shelter us, uo special committee to
whom wc are authorized to look for
recognition. The men are not the
only survivors of the "Lost Cause"
who labored, made sacrifices and
suffered. Their wives spun, wove,
went into the forests for roots and
bark with which to dye the cloth,
made the garments for themselves,
their husbands and the entire fami
ly; superintended the farm, wore
home-made straw hats, drank rye
coffee, and Oh! horrors of horrors!
drank boneset tea as a substitute for
the real; and used lye soap for ablu
tion, burnt cobs and used the ashes
for soda, and salt was a luxury to
many unknown. Home rations were
oftimes less dainty and not so
abundant as army rations. Are we
not due some considerations? We
have not been invited to standing
room on the streets to view the im
mense procession of those expensive
vehicles provided for the numerous
generals and their staffs, the six or
eisht thousand sponsors and maids
of honor, gay butterflies of fashion
who know nothing of the hardships
of war, and think more of display
lug their fine toggery than doin
homasre to the veterans. YV here is
this thine: to end ? By another
year the veterans will have to re
main in tne uacK ground at uorne
and have a reunion of sponsors ant
maids of honor, for it will tax to the
uttermost the capacity of any South
em city to entertain them alone.
How the Work is Progressing.
Commercial Appeal of Tuesday.
Last night's meeting of the
eral executive committee of the re
union was a business
the word go.
W. J. Crawford, vice president
was acting chairman anil it was hi
desire to have full and complete re
ports from all the heads of the com
mitlees in order to determine what
has already been done.
The first report was made by A
B. Pickett, chairman of the finance
committee. He stated that 05,000
had been placed to the credit of the
fund; that there were various sul
committees that will probably turn
in an additional 10.000, while tin
cuarantee iundot &-2i, 000 is assured
by the fact that the re union build
ins: will be permitted to stand for
On motion of Mayor Williams
the chairman of each of the commit
tees was empowered to arrange for
all the details of the events under
his charce. They are to furnish
ticlr'?f: 'shers, ticket sellers, door
keepcio'aim all other necessary em
Fred Orgil, of the railroad coi
mittee. reported that all railroads
entering Memphis have given rates
from poiuts south of the Ohio river,
but that the same concessions have
not been made for points north
Meetings have been held for the
purpose of arranging for handling
Chairman Crawford suggested
that this was a most important com
mittee and stated that every effort
should be made to run excursion
trains in and out of the city during
the days of the reunion. He said
that the eleven roads entering Mem
phis could easily relieve the cou-
gestion by this means.
W. A." Gage, of the hotels and
accommodations committee, report
ed splendid progress. The canvass
already made of the city reveals the
fact that 60,000 persons can be ta
ken care of by the persons who have
already responded. The assignment
of public buildings will give facili
ties for the accommodation of 10,000
more. There are a number of per
sons yet to be heard from. The
daily excursion trains will dispose
''"'bout 20,000 visitors who will
e'nd go daily. Mr. Gage con
'.tulates Messrs. Sloan and Oavant
the information committee on the
Mendid manner in which they are
allotting prospective visitors tempo
rary homes during their residence
here. About 10,000 people have
already been assigned places. He
urged that prospective out-of-town
visitors should send in their names
to the information committee as
early as possible to give them ample
time to allot sleeping accommoda
tions. Mr. Gage says that the fur
niture companies were acting iu
hearty accord with the committee
and that one dealer has promised to
furnish at least 2,000 cots to those)
wno wouiu require mem.
The ladies of Central Methodist
"en-. erect a restaurant on f5S5SSSSS5$555
iSrSSSSi 1 LOCAL and PERSONAL.
tions for 500, while the ladies of the,
Boarding Home will handle 400.
They propose to charge 50 cents
each for meals.
The committee is confident that
places for lodging can be provided
for 70,000 persons and that there
will be no trouble to feed them.
.Gen. A. II. Taylor, of the com
mittee on parade and review, says
that every detail has been arranged
and that this feature will be a great
success. The parade will start
promptly and will be a Confederate
veteran parade strictly. The num
ber of carriages to be in Hue has
been limited to thirty, and these
will be for distinguished guests, for
sponsors and maids of honor.
The information committee,
through Chairman Oavant, stated
that houses were being assinged to
prospective visitors at the rate of
700 to 10,000 per day, and he was
confident now that the attendance
would reach 100,000.
A. I). Langstaff reported that the
sanitary arrangements were being
satisfactorily looked after.
Chairman Pepper, of the badge
committee, said that his committee
had only one or two more bauners
Dr. G. B. Malone, as the head of
the medical committee, has been
organizing a staff veteran surgeons
and physicians. One hospital, with
twenty-six beds, and another with
twenty beds, have been provided,
and five ambulances, one for each
division, will be in the parade.
The decoration committee report
ed satisfactory progress on the court
of honor and stated that the frame
work would be up within the week.
The committee wants an appropria
tion to light the structure at night.
About 1,340 incandescent lamps and
eight arc lights will be required.
The matter was referred to the dec
oration and appropriations commit
tees with power to act.
The music committee reported it
had employed ten bands of all kinds.
The entertainment committee, ac
cording to E. J. Carrington, its
chairman, now consists of forty per
sons, and there will be 100 by the
end of the week. All sponsors and
maids of honor have been heard
from except those of Virginia and
James E. Beasley, quartermaster
general, requests all persons in the
city who want cots for use during
the reunion to notify him or the
information committee of the fact
before May 11.
A cot, blanket and pillow can be
purchased through his committee
High Tide at Gettysburg.
A cloud possessed tbe hollow field.
The gathering battle's smoky shield ;
Athwart the gloom the lightning flashed,
And through the cloud some horsemen dashed
And from the heights the thunder pealed.
Then, at the brief command of Tee,
"Mwved out that matchless infantry,
With Pickett leading grandly down
To rush against the roaring rrowu
Of those dread heights of destiny.
Far heard above1 the angry nuns,
A cry across the tumult runs
Th- voice that rang through Shiloh's woods,
And C'hickaniauga's solitude
The fierce South cheering on her sons.
Ah, how the withering tempest blew
Against the front of Pettigrew'.
A Khamsin wind that scorched and singed
Like chat infernal flame that fringed
The British squares at Waterloo!
A thousand fell where Kemper led ;
A thousand died where Garnet bled;
Iti hlindi g flame and strangling smoke,
The reiunant through the batteries broke
And crossed the works with Arinistea 1.
"Once more in Glory's van with me.'"
Virginia cries to Tennessee ;
'"We two together, come what may
Shall stand upon those works to-day!"'
The reddest day in history.
IJrave Tennessee! Ileckless the way!
A'irginia heard her comrade say,
'Close round tkis rent and riddled rag!"
Vt'hat time she set her battle flag
Amid the guns of Doubleday.
lut who shall break the guards that wait
lSefore the awful face of fate ?
The tattered standards of the South
Wore shriveled at the cannon's mouth.
And all her hopes were desolate.
In vain the Tennesseean set
His breast against the bayonet;
In vain Virginia charged and raged,
A tigress in her wrath uncaged.
Till all the Hill was red and wet!
Alove the bajonets mixed and crossed.
Men saw a gray, gigantic ghost,
Receding through the battle cloud,
And heard across the temptest loud
The death cry of a nation lost.
The brave went down! Without disgrace
They leaped to ruin's red embrace ;
They only heard Fame's thunder wake.
And saw the dazzling sunburst break
In smiles on tilory's bloody face!
They fell who lifted up a hand
And bade the sun in Heaven to stand ;
Ti.ey suiots and fell who set the liars
Against the progress of the stars,
And stayed the march of Motherland.
They stood who saw the future come
On through the fight's delirium ;
They smote and stood who help the hope
Of nations on that slippery slope,
Amid the cheers of Christendom!
God lives! He forged the iron will
That clutched and held that trembling hill .'
God lives and reigns! He built and lent
The heights for Freedoai's battlement.
Where floats her flag in triumph still !
Fold up the banners! Smelt the guns!
Love rules! Her gentler purpose runs!
A mighty mother turns in tears
The pages of her battle years,
Lamenting all her fallen sons!
W. If. Thompson.
What Each Gets.
From a bushel of corn the distiller
gets four gallons of whiskey:
Which retails at f:S
The farmer gets
The U. S. Government gets. . 4
The railroad company gets... 1
The manufacturer gets
1 he retailer crets 7
The consumer gets Drunk
The wife gels Hunger
The children get.
Mrs. Mary Miller is visiting at
Joyncr and wife spent
Mr. II. P.
Sunday at Toone
1?pv. f!. S. Wars will nrp.icli
at Somerville next Sunday.
Mr. Thomas Polk, of Jackson,
was in town Wednesday.
Mr. C. II. Joyner, of Pocahon
tas, was in town Saturday.
The government thermometer
registered 90 degrees last week.
Mr. II. E Durrett and little
daughter visited Jackson Monday.
Dr. T. E.
Junction, was in
Prewitt, -of Grand
Airs. v Jieatley, ot JHeuon, is
Wheatley, of Medon,
visiting her mother, Mrs. Reynolds.
Judge and Mrs. James Fentress,
Chicago, are at Shandy for the sum-
Mr. T. A.
Robinson, of Water
attended court this
Mr. Jerome Hill, Jr., of Mem
phis, was in Bolivar the first of the
Miss Louise Fentress, of Mem
phis, visitetl Bolivar relatives last
Circuit court convened Tues
day. The proceedings will appear
next w eek.
Mrs. J. S. Wheeler and daugh
ter, Miss Emma, ol the Olh district,
visited our office Monday.
Buy your Hats from Miss Mag
gie Black. Her selection is large
and stylish, and her prices low.
Mrs. Morgan, of Hickory Val
is a guest of her daughter,
Gates, at the Bolivar Hotel.
Mr. G. W. Fawcett and inter
esting little son, Willie, of the lSlh
district, called on the Bulletin
Mr. John K. Stroup, of Sauls
bury, had his arm broken Monday.
He was hauling wood and his wa
Mr. D. C. Sauls, of S iulsbury,
a member of Forrest's old regiment,
expects to meet the boys at the
Messrs. K. M. Wright, J. E.
Aldridge and X. II. Dowdy, of
Saulsbury, visited the capital of
Hardeman this week.
The ladies of the Guild will
serve ice cream and strawberries
next Tuesday night, May 14th, at
the Cumberland church.
Drs. G. M. Don-is and P. II.
McKinnie attended the West Ten
nessee Medical and Surgical Associ
ation at Jackson last week.
Miss Sallie Ncwberu returned
to Marianna this week. She was
accompanied by Misses Kale and
Mamie McKinnie, of Jackson.
The ladies of the Baptist church
will servo ice cream and straw ber
ries to-night (Thursday) in the build
ing formerly occupied by the Racket
-Attorneys Robt. W. Ilaynes, of
Jackson: S. A.
Godsey, of Sauls
Wynne, o! White
circuit court this
bury, and II. B.
Mrs. J. J. Needy, of the Wes
tern Hospital, returned last week
from Corinth, Miss , where she liad
been visiting her sister, Mrs. P. T.
Mr. Adam Carver and Miss
Lewis were united in marriage Sun
day at the residence of Mr. W. C.
Cossar, of Van Buren, Esquire L. S.
-At the May term of county
court, T. F. Bishop was appointed
administrator of the estate of Zeno
Johnson, and Rebecca F. Miller
guardian to John R. Miller.
Mr. C S. Cook is in Nashville
this week attending the grand lodge,
Knights of Pythias, as representa
tive from Tennyson Lodge. He
was accompanied by his wife.
Mrs. Bettie Tuggle and Miss
Bettie Norment, of Whiteville,
were guests of Dr. Dickson and
family this week. While here Mrs.
Tuggle sustained a painful fall.
Messrs. Guy Irby, Rufus Wil
kinson, Ed. Reaves, Henry Doyle,
Jerre Wellons attended the annual
"foot washing" at Mt. Tabor
Church, near Whiteville, Sunday.
Mr. W. C. Dorion, cashier of
the Bank of Bolivar, is off duty for
a few weeks' vacation. During his
absence, Mr. J. L. Mitchell, assist
ant cashier, will be in charge, with
Mr. Slater Crawford as assistant.
Miss Bessie Statler, sponsor for
the Confederate veterans of Harde
man, has appointed her maids of
honor as follows : Misses Velma
Stewart, Laura Moore, Jennie Haru
away, Sadie Durrett, Stella Reaves.
Hon. M. II. Iluddleston was
elected presideut pro tem. of the
Arkansas Senate last week. Mr.
Iluddleston was born and reared in
the eastern part of this county,
where he has many relatives and
Louis Pipkin died at his honie
in the loth district on May 2nd,
aged about C7 years. He was held
in high esteem by his neighbors and
the community generally. A wife
and three children have the sympa
thy of many friends.
Mr. J. W. Pirtle sheared four
teen Cotswold sheep recently, which
produced ninety-seven pounds of
wool. Among the number were
two one-year-old lambs, the clip
from which was twentv-thiee
pounds. This is the largest yield
90 far re.)0rtet, Can it , ,ieJGn ?
' . LUK 1
uaruemai. expect to attend the re-
Y ill Hudson, S. B. Rogers, Cal.
Saine, Gus Mills, Fred Mills, David
Bishop, J. S. Sasser, R. F. Tally,
J. L. 3IcBride, Aleck Stewart, Dr.
W. T. Yopp. J. T. Stevens, Billie
Brown, Hooper, J. W. Lutrell,
J. S. JNeely, Win, McKee, I). C.
Wesley (Methodist) church, in
the 18th district, was destroyed by
fire last Saturday at noon. Several
residents of the neighborhood had
assembled at the graveyard, which
is near by, for the purpose of re
moving the undergrowth prepara
tory to the decoration of the graves.
The rubbish vas set on fire, and
from this the building caught. Wes
ley was one of the oldest churches
in Haidemau county. It was built
about GO years ago of logs. The
old building was supplanted about
eight years ago by a neat and com
fortable frame structure.
The following is a list of jurors,
May term circuit court: Graud Jury
D. W. Pai-ran (foreman), W. V.
Murphy, J.W.Sweeton, J. Q. Siler,
J. B. Moss, II. P. Scott. T. A. Mc
Cbrty, C. M. Carter, T. II. Polk,
G. W. Fawcett, George Kellar, Joe
Casselberry, F. W. Yoakum. Pettit
Jury No. 1 R. D. Crews, C. A
Duncan, J. II. Bills, F. S. Luther,
Tom Lockhart, S. C. Needham, J.
T. P. Howell, George Ilines, J. R.
Pegg, Robt. Bryant. W. II. Bryant,
N. B. Dorris. Pettit Jury No. 2
Newson Ilollitield, W. T. Marsh,
J. R. Jones, Robt. Mitchell, Jacob
1 he most delightful affair of
the season was a dance given Friday
evening last, at the school building,
by the young men of Bolivar. The
hall was beautifully decorated, the
color scheme being green and white
The music was furnished by Ross
band. A buffet supper was servec
at midnight, and in this, too, the
color scheme was carried out to
perfection, the cakes and ices being
in the form of white flowers with
green foliage. The guests present
were Mrs. Humphrey, from Chica
go; Mrs. Withers; Messrs. Smith
and Humphrey, Jackson; Miss Fen
tress, Memphis; Miss Jones, Cor
inth; Messrs. Rhodes, Gates, Prew
itt, Crowder, Whiteville
W. M. Aldridge died suddenly
at his residence in Saulsbury Apri
Joth. Mr. AkliKtge natt heen in
declining health for several years
On the day of his death lie expressed
himself as feeling better than for
some time. He attended to his usu
al business affairs and left the store
of his brother, Mr. J. E. Aldridge,
about 0 o'clock. lie expired short
ly after eating supper while sitting
in a chair. Deceased was 42 years
of age, and leaves a wife and two
little daughters. He was a member
of the Baptist church and belonged
to the Knights of Honor, by which
order his remains were buried in the
Saulsbury cemetery Friday in the
presence of a large number of rela
lives and friends.
On May 1st, at S:15 p. m., the
angel of death, sickle in hand, vis
ited the home of Dr. and Mrs. II. M,
Milstead, of Crainsville, claiming as
his victim their precious little babe
Since January 8th, it had been with
them to bless their home. Now it
has gone to the Silent City, waiting
to bless them in their Eternal Rome
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x in 11. tin iv y m; up sui.a a jjicuiuurj
treasure, but lis. consoling to know
it is sleeping iu the arms of Jesus,
wnere pain and suitering are no
For several days it had struggled
witn tne whooping cough, and a
few hours before the final summons
came pneumonia took hold and all
medical skill was soon baffled.
Home is Oh! so sad without the
precious jewel, but our loss is hea
ven's eternal gain.
Papa, mamma, brothers, sister,
sorrow not as those who have no
hope. In the glorious Beyond,
where partings shall be no more,
where separations never come, strive
to meet the little darling gone on
before. Uncle Jimmie.
It Saved his Leg".
A. Danforth, of LaGrange,
Ga., suffered for six months with a
frightful running sore on his leg;
but writes that Buekleu's Arnica
Salve wholly cured it in five days.
For ulcers, wounds, piles, it is the
best salve in the world. Cure guar
anteed. Only 25c, by W. J. Cox.
Shudders at his Past.
"I recall now with horror,"
Mail Carrier Burnett Mann, of Le
vanna, O., "my three years of suf
fering from kidney trouble. I was
hardly ever free from dull aches or
j acute pains in my oacK. 10 stoop
or lift mail sacks made me groan. I
j felt tired", worn out, about ready to
! give up, when I began to use Electric
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nnrall mo ltlll TTl!lflp mP fwi likp a
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new man." They're unrivaled to
regulate stomach, liver, kidney and
bowels. Perfect satisfaction guar
anteed. Sold by W. J. Cox. Only
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Farmers are about through plant
ing. Cotton seems to be the princi
i pal crop. Guess from the start they
are making they will raise i cent
cotton to buy $3 corn next fall.
The health of our community is
very good at present, except a few
cases of measles.
Misses Maggie and Lorena Lam
bert and Minnie Derryberry and
Mr. Derward Derryberry attended
the concert at Uptonville and report
a splendid time.
Mrs. M. E. Barham and daughter,
Myrtle, have returned from White
ville, accompanied by Misses Lula
Keller and Laura Kinnie.
Miss Allie Keller, of Parran
Chapel, is visiting the Misses Lam
bert this week.
Mr. G. W. Keller, of Whiteville,
visited his sister, Mrs. J. C. Lam
bert, Saturday and Sunday.
There will be preaching at Pirtle's
Spring Suuday, and dinner on the
grounds. Everybody cordially in-
Hickory Valley, Tennessee.
Dr. P. II. McKinnie spent last
Thursilay in Jackson.
Mr. W. M. Lambert left Satur
day morning for Corinth, Miss.
Miss Sallie Woodson was the guest
of her friend, Miss Nannie McCas
kill, last week.
Mr. Ed. Chambers, his amiable
wife and little son, Landon, visited
his mother last Sunday.
Miss Mellie Jones returned to her
home at Holly Springs last Wednes
day, accompanied by her friend,
Miss Bessie Woods, who expects to
attend the Memphis reunion before
Mr. W. E. Woodson visited home
Miss Ada McCaskill, of Willis
ton, is the guest of her uncle, Mr.
J. E. McCaskill, this week.
Prof. D. E. Bishop's school closed
Friday evening with a concert,
which was highly enjoyed by all.
The programme consisted of songs,
recitations, dialogues, aud drills.
Music was furnished by the Grand
Junction baud. The house was
decorated with beautiful flowers
and evergreeus. The house could
not accommodate all the people, as
they came from Bolivar, Middleton,
Grand Junction, Saulsbury, New
Castle and Middleburg. The amount
collected was 27. After paying
expenses the remainder will be used
for the benefit of the school. Mr.
Bishop left Saturday morning for
his home near Middleton, but after
a short vacation he will return and
again take charge of the school for
a term of ten months, to the great
joy and delight of his many friends.
Miss Martin, of Milan, delivered
a temperance lecture here Sunday
night. Hope it will be beneficial
to some of the young men of the
Mr. J. E. Campbell shipped a
crate of berries Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Caldwell and
their charming little daughter, Miss
Lucile, are visiting in Saulsbury
Messrs. A. A. Martin, Robert
McCaskill, Ben. Powell, Casper
Woodson, aud Lloyd Ilogan attend
ed services at Middleburg Sunday.
Some attraction there.
Misses 'Sallie, Kate and Minnie
Hogans visited their aunt, Mrs. J.
W. Mastin, last Friday.
Mr. Lee Hoi ford, of Memphis,
visited relatives here last week.
Mr. Will Alexander, of Memphis,
entertained the people of this place
Monday and I uesday r. '.;!
Edison's Electric Scenes ai
graph, which were enjoyed
La Fox tain k.
Try the new remedy for costive-
ness, tjhamberlain s Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Every box guaran
teed. Priep 2.)C. For sale by W.
J. Cox, Buiivai; J. W.Nuckolls,
Fishing Tackle Cheap at
Go to W. J. Cox's for best
Go to Hudson's for I'aints,
Oils, Varnishes, etc.
A beautiful line of Wall
Paper at Cox's Drugstore.
Buy your School Books
and School Supplies at Hud
son's. Pure and fresh
ways on nana at box s drug
Fine Perfumes, Sbarjs,
Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes,
etc., at Hudson's.
Buy your Paints, Oils.Var-
nishes and Stains at TV. T.
WANTED To buy all of the
Country Haras in the country.
P. F. Wilkinson & Soxs.
Paint your house with
g- , j-j AT A
vox 8 .best Mixed
is strictly guaranteed.
When in need ot a Hat go
to Durrett's. He has the
new stvles in Straw and Fur.
Ssilvsv 'y v2?
O. T. IXOU.V.M, Presidt-Lt )
V. C. PORIOX, Tashier. '.
JOHN L. .MlTi-H Ki.f,, Assist C;iS,i r j
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W. T. AutWnn, G. M.
P"TransHOts a General Haakind .l;ic3.
uar Collections M;uie anil Prompt Returns.
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We have just received and opened a large and
well selected line of Hardware and Agricultural Im
plements, which we offer to the public at low prices.
V e handle the well known Chattanooga Plows and
Deering Mowing Machines; also carry a large line
of Cooldng and Heating Stoves and a splendid as
sortment of the celebrated "Keen Kutter Kutlery'
in fact we keep in stock everything connected with
the Hardware business, and will take pleasure in
serving the public, whose patronage we solicit
Also agents for Oliver Chilled Plows.
W. H. REYNOLDS & CO.
We have a splendid selection of Spring Goods, con
sisting of late styles in Lawns, Challies, Organ
dies, White Goods, etc. x
Our Laces and Embroideries are beautiful. si
Large Line Men's Overalls and Jumpers.
New Stock of Spring Hats for Men and Boys. zt
Stylish line of fine grade Worsted Pants.
T7 1 1 1 . 1 i 1 . Ot .
.cveryinmg laie ana up - ro
10 POUNDS GOOD RIO COFFEE. $1.00.
6 POUNDS FINE AFRICAN JAVA COFFEE, $1.00.
We Guarantee to sell the Best Goods for the Least Money.
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see you wearing it.
To wear "Royal Blue" is evidence of respect
ability, it shows good taste and good sense.
It is the most shoe satisfaction at the smallest
price for which a good stylish high class shoe
can be bought.
Made by Sclz, Schwab & Co., Chicago, the largest manufacturers of
good shoes in the world.
All shapes and styles, all kinds of good
leathers in black and tan at one price.
Fought for His Life.
"My father ami sister both tlied
of consumption," writes Mr. J. T.
v eamerwax, 01 v yanuotie, alien..
"and I was 83 veil from tbe patue
frigblfiil fate only by Dr. Iving'a
New Discovery. An attack of pneu
monia left an obstinate couh and
very severe lung trouble, which an
excellent doctor could not help, but
a few months' use of this wonderful
medicine made me as well as ever,
and I gained much in weight." In
fallible for coughs, colds, and all
throat and lung troubles. Trial
bottles free. Guaranteed bottles 00c
and 1.00 at W. J. Cox's.
Miss Florence Newman, who has
been a great sufferer from muscular
rheumatism, says that Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is the only remedy tha.
affords her relief. MissNewmau is
a much respected resident of the
village of Gray, N. Y., and makes
this statement for the benefit of
others similarly afflicted. This lin
iment is for sale by V. J. Cox,
Bolivar; J. XV. Nuckolls, Toone.
As vaccination prevents s!iialliox, and quinine
chills and fever, so TEETIIIXA prevents and
counteracts the effects of the summer's hent, much
dreaded by mothers and small children. TEETH -IXA
relieves the many troubles incident to teeth
ing and the hot summers, and no mother is excus
able far not giving it, for it costs only '2o cents at
drucRists; or mail 25 cents to C. J. Mofleit, M. I..
St. I Amis, Mo.
Biliousness is-a condition charac
terized by a disturbance of the diges
tive organs. The stomach is debili
tated, the liver torpid, the bowels
constipated. There is a loathing of
food, pains in the bowels, dizziness,
coated tongue and vomiting, first of
the undigested or partly digested
footl and then of bile. Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
allay the disturbances of the stom
ach and create a healthy appetite.
They also tone up the liver to a
healthy action, and regulate the
bowels. Try them and you are cer
tain to be much pleased with .the
result. For sale by W. J. Cox, Bol
ivar; J. XV. Nuckolls, Toone.
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W. C. Dnrso
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Motiev to I.oan on KoaM)iial.!e Tortus.
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Every man his
The "Sole of Honor"
Selz' "R.oyaI Blue"
$3.50 shoe for men will
you and others whol
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran
of-'Winchester, Iuri., writes: "My
; wile was sick a long time, in ppite
01 goou doctors treatment, but was
wholly cured by Dr. King's New
Life Pills, which worked wonders
fcr her health." They always do;
try them. Only 25c, at W. J. Cox's
Eaware of a Cough !
is not a disease,
symptom. Consumption and
chitis" which are the most dangerous
and fatal tliseases, have for their
first indication a persistent cough,
and f properly treated as soou
as this cough appears are easily
cured. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy has proven wonderfully success
ful, aud gained its wide reputation
and extensive sale by its success in
curing the diseases which cause
coughing. If it is not beneficial it
j will not cost vcu a cent. For sale
by W. J. Cox, Bolivar; J. W.
All the latest drinks.
CrushedFruits of all kinds.
WHITE PATRONAGE ONLY SO
LICITED. R. L Lightfort & Co.