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The Bargain G-iver
of Bolivar
We are still in our usual place, in the front rank, with a stylish and choice selection of beautiful Spring Goods, which will be sacrificed, even this early in the season. We differ from our competitors, in
that we do not wait until our stock is reduced to remnants before offering bargains. Picked over, out of style, shelf-worn articles are not bargains at any price. Our goods are all bright, new and up to date
and our stock is complete. We have cut the price on everything, without reservation or exception, and wise people will take advantage of this opportunity to save money. We mean business, strictly, and in
order to prove what we say, we quote a few prices, samples of the wonderful bargains we are offering : -
5oo pairs Men's Shoes (slightly damaged)
will close at ...
3ao pairs Ladies' Shoes and Slippers,
from 50 cents to . .
This great slaughter sale will commence Saturday, May 18th, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the morning, continuing GO days. Every day will bea bargain day. Our stock,
and most stylish in Hardeman County, comprises everything in the Dry Goods line, including Notions, Clothing, Shoes, Hats ; also Groceries, Furniture, Trunks, Valises, Har
Remember, the cut price goes down the line, from the handsomest Silks to Cotton Fabrics, from a barrel of Flour to a pound of Meat.
If you are in need of Heart Pine Lumber, consult me
before placing your orders. We are agents for one of the
largest mills in the country.
The Bolivar Bulletin.
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Mrs. Bjji Wilson has returned
to Baltimore
Miss lute Joyner is visiting in
North MissBsippi.
Mrs. IUrdaway returned from
Memphis tie first of the week.
Miss Nell Rhea, of Whiteville,
is the guest olMiss Nell Clinton.
Mrs. O. M. Grissom, of Nash
ville, is visiting liolivar relatives.
Miss Mabel McGuire, of White
ville, is the guest of Mrs. Dickson
Juugc-Henry II. Ingersoll, of
Knoxville, was in the city this
Misses F. O. and K. M. Smith
returned from New York Monday
Mrs. Austin Miller and little
daughter, Tot, have returned from
Little Miss 'Margaret Withers,
of Jackson, is visiting the family of
Mrs. Dills.
Mrs. II. E. Carter and sister
Miss Eflie L. Finger, visited our
office Tuesday.
A number of the young people
enjoyed a "hay ride" to Dunlap
Tuesday evening.
Mrs. II. O. True and daughter,
Miss Myrtle, of Memphis, are here
for the summer.
Mr. John Anderson, of Fort
Smith, Ark., visited relatives here
during the week.
Misses Opal and Pauline Kin
nie, of Decatur, Texas, are guests
of Miss Frances Stuart.
Mesdames Jno. Warreu and
Ernest Shelton returned from Mem
phis on Saturday last.
Mrs. Lou Coleman and daugh
ter, Mrs. Frierson, of Nashville, are
visiting relatives here.
Mr. Vm. McKinne has return
ed from a week's vifit to his broth
er, at Forest Hill, fiss.
The hour for morning service
at the Episcopal Church has been
changed from 11 to 10:30.
Miss Susie Black, who has been
teaching in Birmingham, Ala., re
turned to Bolivar last week.
Bolivar society is looking for
ward with pleasure to the opening
ball at Dunlap this (Friday) evening.
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Mrs. John W. Nuckolls and
little son, Carlisle, of Toonc, were
rrnosta nf Tinlivsr rplativps Krid.iv.
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Miss Eleanor Richardson, a
charming little lady of West Mem
phis, is visiting Miss Mag . Dori
on. Mr. D. A. Carruth, of Chat
tanooga, spent several days in town
last week visiting the friends of his
Mr. L. M. Carriugton, Mrs.
L. A. Kenny and children and Miss
Susie Black spent several days in
Madison County this week.
Dr. S. Dickson will visit Mid-
dleton Monday and Tuesday, June
10th and 11th. All in need of den
tal work are invited to meet him.
Mr. W. M. Rocker, of Elgin,
Tex., is the guest of his cousin, Mr.
Julius Crawford. In 1872 Mr.
Rucker was a citizen of this county.
Mr. W. II. McBride and family
have moved from the Smith res
idence and are now occupying the
Presbyterian Manse, on -Mam Street
The patronage of the Progress
Telephone Company continues to
increase, lhe company has placed
several new boxes this week and
others have been spoken for.
The remains of Mrs. Gentry,
nee Miss Lily Hill, a former resi
dent of Bolivar, were brmight from
St. Louis Wednesday morning and
interred in Union Cemetery.
- Commencing on the 15th of
this month, the stores of Bolivar
will close at 1 o'clock p.m., except
on Saturday nights and the date
upon which the pay train runs.
Mr. J. B. Davis, of Arkansas,
visited his sister, Mrs. Corrie Craw
ford, ' recently. For a number of
1 years Mr. Davis resided here. This
j was his first visit since 18 4 .
All members of Bolivar Lodge
j No. 27, 1. O, O. h are earnestly re-.
quested to meet in the Lodge room
I next Tuesday night, June 11th.
Important business is to be trans-
For satisfactory reasons the un
veiling of the monument erected by
the Woodmen of the World to the
memory of John Lambert in Union
Cemetery, has been postponed until
the third Sunday in June.
A large crowd attended service
at New Hope last Sunday. Rev.
Mr. Norment preached able sermons,
the weather was delightful, the din
ner, (served upon the grounds) was
of the best and everybody enjoyed
the day.
George E. Scott died Sunday
from an overdose of morphine. He
arrived Saturday night on a visit to
2oo pairs Men's Pants (worth ?3 to $3.50)
going in
TVrkiN'TJI33 Spring Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Beeswax, Wool, Cioss-Ties
in fact, everything the Farmer raises or has for sale. For all of which the highest
market price will be paid.
his wife, who was stopping with her
sister, Mrs. Addie Ramsey. The
remains were shipped Monday even
ing to Lima, Ind., for burial.
Mr. E. L. Lightfort has suc
cessfully passed an examination as
an optician and received a diploma
from the South Bend (Ind.) College
of Optics. He was highly compli
mented by the Examining Board on
the high percentage made.
The Board of Equalization,
composed of L. O. Street, R. D.
Whitley, Richard Nuckolls, Geo.
W. Breeden and II. J. Brint, met
this week and organized by the
election of L. C. Street, chairman
K. D. Whitley, Secretary.
Mr. md Mrs. T. II. Irby, Mrs.
N. J. Seddens and Mr. G. T. Irby
went to WThiteville Sunday to visit
their relatives, Mr. J. A. Neely,
Mrs. P. J. Neely and Mrs. Ad
elaide Neely, of Texas and Arkansas,
who are guests of their father, Mr.
L. II. Irby.
Dr. P. F. Robertson, of Rock
Springs, Texas, spent a few days
here at his old home last week. He
left for Chicago to take a post grad
uate course. Before returning to
Texas he will re-visit Bolivar. We
are glad to learn that he is enjoying
a fine practice.
At the June term of County
Court, R. E. Durrett was appointed
administrator of the estate of D. E
Durrett; Mrs. Lizzie F. Rose was
appointed administratrix of estate
of C. E. Rose; R. E. Rose was ap
pointed gaurdian for Katie E. and
Jesse. E. Rose, minors of C. E.
Rose deceased.
Mr. L. M.Crrinston. who
came to attenft the reunion-ami- visit
Bolivar friends, will return to his
home in McKinnie, Texas, next
week. lie has enjoyed his stay
here meeting many old friends who
were delighted to see him. He says
everything looks natural, except the
trees in the court yard and the boys,
botL'of wjiich have grown out of his
Florehcb, S. C, Sot. 26, 1900.
I wa first ad vised by our family physician in
Charleston to use TEET1I1NA wiili our baby
when she was but a very yeung infant, as a pre
ventive of colic and to warm and sweeten the
stomach. Later it was useful in teething troubles,
and its effect has been found to be so very benefici
al and so free from dangers that are consequent up
on the use of drugs and soothing syrups, that we
have couie to regard it, after use with three chil
dren, as one of the necessities when there is a new
baby in the house and until the teething troubles
are over, and we take pleasure in recommending it
to our friends instead of tbs horrid stuff that so
many people use to keep their babies quiet.
(Msr. Daily Times and Weekly Times-Messenger.)
At St. James' Church Sunday
morning one of the largest congre
gations assembled in Bolivar in
years heard Bishop W. C. Gray, of
Florida, deliver the commencement
sermon of St. Katharine's. His re
marks were eloquent, feelincr. foree-
f ul and appropriate. For nearly a
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this great bargain sale at 1.00 to
Shirts, different colors.
price $1 to $1.50, now 50 cents
quarter of a century, Bishop Gray
was rector of this church and he is
loved by all of our people. Before
the sermon Sunday, he announced
that he had established a school for
boys in Southern Florida and it
was his desire to build a hall to be
known as "Tennessee Hall," from
contributions of Tenuesseans, and
that the people of Bolivar would be
given the first opportunity to con
tribute. A neat sum was raised for
the purpose mentioned.
The Jackson Commercial Club,
of Jackson, Term., has invited
chairman W. J. Cox of the County
Court to be present- at the meeting
of the State Good Roads Conven
tion that will convene in that city
on 21 and 22 of June, 1901. They
also request that he appoint a del-
igation of five representative men
to attend this convention. The
National Good Roads associations
that have been in the South 6ince
April, will arrive in Jackson on
17th of June and- will construct a
mile of good roads in the suburb of
that city, and on 21 and 22 will
hold the convention, at which time
this subject will be discussed by
distinguished and trained men from
other portions of the United States
and Canada. Chairman Cox has ap
pointed the following delegation
from this County: T. D. Prewitt,
J. D. Woods, D. J.Campbell, S. F.
Nuckolls and E. B. Stewart. The
Governors of Tennessee, Mississippi)
and Arkansas also the United States;
Senators and Congressmen from
this State have been invited to at
tend on this occasion, besides all the
mayors and chairmans. All the
railroads leading into Jackson
will make a rate of one fare for the
round trip.
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to Cut the Price
on Spring G-oods
loo Boy's Knee Suits, . . , . 98e
Worth three times the monevv
100 Boy's Knee Pants . . . 49c
ioo Men's Wool and Fur Hats from 50c to 1.00
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Our three-story brick store house is open from daylight
until midnight, and everybody is welcome, whether custom
er or visitor. Come and see us.
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far the best selected, largest
arness, Saddlery, etc.
jr rice;

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