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Fulton Couptij Democratic Nominees Win ! j
Complete Returns Shows Usual Democratic Majority. Moore, of Hickman,
for Representative Wins in a Walk. Goalder Johnson Leads County Ticket
Day Passes Quietly. Courier Gives Official Vote
Without nn exception, ttio Demo
cratic nominees of Fulton county won
out In Tuesday's election, with some
to spare Tho gentlemen who ran
Independent inndo o good showing,
considering the odds ngnlnst them.
Goalder Johnson, for Sheriff, land
ed the largest tote of any of the
candidates, coming In ou tho home
stretch with 1,217.
Ed Jones, of Moscow, ltopubllcan
candidate for Kcprcscntntlvo against
Frank S. Mooro, tho Democratic nom
lnce, mado a better showing than
was expected. The only troublo with
Ed Is that he Is a Republican.
W. V. Blakoniore, for Jailer, Char
ley Noonon. for Sheriff, and J. II.
Saunders, for County Judge all run
ning Independent carried West Hick
man over their opponents. This how
ever, was the only precinct carried
by cither of them.
Tho vote on tho constitutional a
mendment glTlng a county tho right
to borrow money with which to make
road Improvements, carried In tho
county by a total of 263 for It, to
Official returns from Hickman
county ns to tho vote for Itepreaen
taUve cannot be had at tho hour of
going to press, but It Is clnlmed Mooro
carried It by about 500.
This election gives Fulton county
three new officers sheriff, county at
torney and assessor all splendid gen
tlemen who will certainly glvo entire
satisfaction. Tho rest nro old offi
cers re-elected and who have given
us In the years past, a demonstration
of their efficiency and faithfulness
to tho county's Interests. In fact,
tho county has a good set of officers
all 'round. No grave apprehension
need bo ontertalned for the safety
of county affairs under the new ad
The election passed off quietly
even more so than usual. Judging from
all report from various parts of the
Thus ends two years of campaign
Inc. hand-shaking and kissing babies
It Is to be hoped that those who
went up "Salt River" will again re
turn and glvo their hearty support
to tho new administration, and that
all animosities will be forgotten until
another election rolls around.
Tho Courier desires to add thl
word of condolence to those who were
defeated they fought a good fight,
clean and gentlemanly so far as our
knowledge of their campaign goes,
and thin can bo said of very few
county elections. This nlfn applies
(o the victorious.
Ilroalhltt county, ns usual, while
all polling places wore guarded by
state troops, had a killing. It would
not be llreathltt If nobody wns kill
ed during an election.
In tho elections held throughout tho
country the varying results show no
concerted party action.
Massachusetts returns indicate Gov
ernor Draper, Hopubllean, Is olected.
In Hhade Island, Gororner Pothlcr,
Republican, Is elected.
Virginia returns Indicate tho Demo
cratic ticket, headed by J ml go Mann,
for governor, Is elected.
Philadelphia, tho baUlo ground of
n reform issue, Samuel I. Itotan, lie
publican, wns elected district ntlor i
Tho 1'onnsylvnnla election result
ed In tho usual Republican majorities
In Maryland, the constitutional a
uiendmont disfranchising tho negro Is
still doubtful, Ilnltlniore's vote being
strongly against tho amendment. Tho
returns from tho Interior favor tfi
Tom Johnson, tho picturesque- ma
or of Cleveland, Is defeated by Her
man Ilachr, Republican.
Indianapolis, where tempornnco Is
sue figured, I.owls Shank, Republican.
Much of the chronic lameness
In horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not al
lowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's
Liniment on hand and apply at
the first sign of stiffness. It's
wonderfully penetrating goes
right to the spot relieves the
soreness limbers up the joints
and makes the muscles elastic
Here's the Proof.
Mr. G. T. Roberts of Reuca, Gl, 1
YLV.V. No. i, Ilo 4 j, writes : -1 ban
used jroar Liniment on a horse for Swee
ney and effected a thorough cure. I al
so removed a spirln on a muk. This
IDavlll wai u larn 11 1 nilni .... In
, H.f. ray estimation the best rtmedy for lunV.
acsi ana soreness is
Mr. II. M.Cibbt.of Lawrence, Ksns.,
R.F.D. No. 3, writes I Your LinU
ment Is the best that I hare eer used.
I had a mare ith an abscess on her neck
ami on 50c. bottle ol Sloan's Liniment
entirely cured her. I Lerp it around all
the time for calls and small swellings
and for everything about the stock,"
will kill a spavin,
curb or splint, re
duce wind puffs and
swollen joints, and
is a sure and speedy
remedy for fistula,
Price 6Q0. and $1.00
!' Wok mm
na.1 p'uullrjr sent
Sr. Xarl S, Sloan,
Boston, Hsu., U.l. A.
X 11 Z. r n p g.
I ? 1 : ? i : i ff ? .
R.J.'Bugg 137193 76 240 250 91 188 64 39 301308
F.S.Moore 126 190108 194 209 80 96 61 46 29 1139
Ed Jones 84 53 42 53 31 9 126 10 23 3 434
R. L. Smith 133 184 63 226 236 91 96 63 40 311163
Goalder Johnson 147 210 102 249 239 96 144 59 68 33 1247
Chas. Noonon 77 47 107 38 32 15 91 12 11 1 431
S.T. Roper 142 206 69 215 221 91 192 61 42 321271
. W.Roney 135 201 59 217 227 91183 63 40 31 1247
Joe Noonon 118 162 52 238 227 80 152 48 41 301149
W.F. Wakemore- 86 85 163 35 23 20 72 18 29 2 533
Chas. 'Beadles 131 184 54 222 237 92 190 61 40 29 1240
Miss Dora Smith... 141 204 58 224 226 86 177 60 40 29 1245
W. A. Naylor. 135 191 75 217 218 88 188 47 55 33 1247
J. H. Saunders 81 57 98 26 12 8 40 23 13 0 358
. W. Morris 137 189 65 217 225 92 185 62 40 31 1243
L. D. Smith 108 183 47 210 210 77 161 59 40 29 1134
Colds and Coughs
This is the time of the year when you catch cold the
easiest. Take a bottle of
ffi Tar lxe
home with you and be ready. It's the medicine that
does the work in a few doses. One dose gives relief.
Three doses eases you and a bottle will cure your worst
cough. Take a bottle home, you'll be glad we told you.
HELM sfc JSXLXSOXT
Preaching next Sunday morning
and evening b tho pastor. It is de
sired that nil of the members bo pre
cut. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Tho Memphis Conference inputs at
Greenfield. Tenn., next V'dnesday
morning, at 9 o'clock. UUhoji B. )(.
Hendrix, of Kansas City, Mo., will
preside. There will be about two bun
dred preachers In attendance and as
many laymen. Several from hero wll
Invitations will bo out this week
from Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V, IIol
man, of South Fulton suburbs, an
nouncltig the approaching nuptials of
their daughter, Miss Nina Allen Hoi
man, who will bo married ou Thanks.
giving day, November 2fith, to Mr.
Robert Leo Cummlugs, a woll known
young business man, of Union City.
In tho 2nd magisterial district, Esq.
Williams was ro-elected by a vote of
21 C ovor T. E. I'earlgen with a vote
A. M. Shaw was olected magistrate
in District No. 3. ovor A. II. Leet.
Esq, W. T. Shanklltt was ro-elected
aglstrate In No. 4.
Ksij. K. A. Urowdor was re-elected
magistrate In District No. 1, over O.
W. I. McQthoe, of tho Cayco vicin
ity, wan lu town WodnoBday.
SOME COURT NEWS.
I). S. Elliott to T. D. Latta, house
and lot in Crutchfleld, $010.
J. 1. Swann to Noah Veatcb, lots
In Fulton, $000.
I'carl Elliott to J. L. D. Scat, land
near Crutchfleld, $4D0.
II. O, Ednilston to W. M Cruco,
It. M. Chownlng to C. W. Fowler,
lots In Fulton, 11,000,
J. W. Mntheny to V. T. Haiucltt.
lots lu Fulton, $1,400.
C. V. Fowler to M., K. & A. Horn
ra, lota Jn Fulton, $C00.
A. und'M. Horara lo Thenbu Nofell,
lots In Fulton, $550.
II. McMulliu to J. S. Creed, land,
J. It. I 'oik to Mrs. Emma Stabr, 51
acres land, ? 17C.
Hickman Realty Co. to K. A. Ham.
mond, house and lot lu West Hick
I. A. Robertson, of Alabama, to It.
N. Whitehead, lots In Fulton, S7G0.
M. C. Twlgg to W. T. Hamlott, lots
in Fulton, $1,200.
Sallie II. Motberall to 11. 13. Kim
berlln, land, $155.
L. D. Smith was elected coroner of
Fultou county. Ho bad no opposi
tion. For some tlmo ho baa held this
office by appointment.
Hot coffee at all hours Crescent.
F all goods in our Dry Goods Department. Every item in this big tlot'k
Dry Goods. Shoes. Pants, Drew Goods. Children! clotti. ri.i.. . .
1 'uni, Linen
Goods, Cotton and Domestic, is being sold at a cut price. First-class, seaionabi
goods, right in the middle of the season, just at the time you need them, nrebei '
sacrificed at cut prices. It makes no difference to you, WHY this is being don'
THEY ARE, and you will readily see this when you look at the goods. See
these prices and remember everything else is cut same way.
Men fs and Boys ' Pants
To be Sold at About Half Price
We are in position to offer you the most remarkable values in Men's nnd Boy,1
Pants that you have ever seen. Cassimeres, worsteds, all wool goods, materia!,
of the very best and made up strong and durable. For convenience have divided
them into three different lots and offer
Lot 1 Men's and Boys' Pants that sold up to 1.75 and 2.00 for 1,00
Lot 2 Men's and Boys' Pants that soldup to 3.00 for; . 1.50
Lot 3-Men's and Boys' Pants that sold up to 4.00 and 5.00 for 2,50
All Peters ' Diamond Brand
Ndti) at Cut Prices
We have now put on our tables a big line of these shoes in mens, ladies, mine,
and childrcns, on all of which the price has been cut. This will enable you to
buy your shoes for all your family for fall at a great saving in price. Look at
these prices, all of which will be found on these tables today:
Child. Kid Shoes, "Wonder" and "Ruth" cut from 85c to
Child's Vici and Box Catf, worth 1.25, cut to ;
Misses' fine 1.75 Vici and Box Calf cut to
Misses' Box Calf, Kangaroo Calf and Vici cut to .
Misses' Fine Patent Buttons, cut from 2.00 to
Ladies' Patent Foxed Bluchers cut to
Lacies' Par Excellence and Diamond Special, 9 QQ
finest 4.00 and 4.50 Shoes cut to - L'd0
Men's Finest Patent Leather Button and Blucher cut from $6 and $5 to 3.50
Men's Black Diamond, Box calf, gun metal and vici cut to
Boys' Black Diamond, gun metal and vici cut to
Most Remarkable Value Giving in
Mens and Boys Cloth
Suits made to sell at 12.50, 15.00 and 10.50, materials from which made are
first class. Every garment well made and strong. Worth double the price we
ask for them. You can buy the coat and vest from any suit for - J,u
Children's 1.75 Knee Suits at
Children's 3.00 Knee Suits at.
Children's 5.00 and 0.00 Knee Suits at.