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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 S 4 I f t t rp I HRrIICK 4 IJ I J l NiJ C10 JR1 E iit t OLDEST EW8PAPRPI 4V1iSTT iT KK TTTOKY oj 1 I ESTABLISHED 18593yiiCKMAN FULTON COUfrY y iuV iivJ NO4 I 9 I a Ii ti E I II 1 11 1 STOCK TAKING IS ON HAND JJIf WJ3 FIND TOO MANY III3AVV j I OODH C V OUT COUJSTjeiie jI UNDERWEAR WORK SHIRTS PANTf1 i DlCK COATS GLOVES SOOlSc 1 J Under our present syHteiu iStrictly Oasb wo are mak the lowest prices i 11IngCashmere Hose and Hnlf 4JI t itllJrffi fl3c c and twen rficQ r h liens I FleecfcdShirtst y thirty lire cents cut to 1t 2 S c 2U 1 Heavy OvercoatsI 30I 1 andsnow P 31J andlifty CI 321 Warm Mittens mid Gloves for 3 5e worth I 33 f footwearrvy34Reduced1J 37 QUEENSHOES 3S I p 39 ARE 10 t ALWAYS FLEXIBLEtcfALW A r N h r p 44 I 0l4 CASHC SHOE STORE r RICE cP NA YLOR 48 a I L Y I rqV f1ff9t f ftff I 50 51 52 53 54 DISTRESSING STORY SOUTHERN PART UP SIVEIEIST- HREK1V F4NED- t 3 V London Jan 15 Telegrams from Stockholm confirm the dis tressing accounts of famine in Northern Sweden as given in- 111Jese dispatches About 30000 are aflected by this fam which extends from the GIst tffo the 07th degree north lati tude and from the Gulf of Both 1nia alit the Russian border far jIntoj the interior The starving n are eating pine barkertple powdermixedand made into a kind of famine Bread Coincident with the failure of the crop is the extreme scarcity of fishrThe fishermen return lllptyJ ally found in great numbers i the stricken district have Ipniplettly disappeared ykIt is estimated that the expeli itreof about 0800000 will be necessary to save the population from decimation Thus far 1bout 200000 has been sub Jlyibed of which sum over 12 jk1 was sent by Swedes in the tainted States1 This amount does not include the money nec essary to save the breeda I cattle which alone ran lit ffifrough an Arctic winter or supply seed for the spring sow ni srThe peasants are making plithetic sacrifices to avert the extermination of the hard Northern cattle In previous times of scarcity good fodder was obtainable by mixing reindeer moss and aspes bark Now thisf is not available and finely chop l ed twigs of birch willow and ash are substituted TJfe mix ture is boiled and fed to the ca3 ile warm but it is found that the- milkQf cattle thus fed leads to 11t d rtc j r r i 1- A typhoid lover This old 0th j disuses are certain to spread unless relief is 5Thetitionof the GlS67j starvation and typhoid fever 0AdtSwcdishjust returned from time Rene oythe distress emphasizes the net cessity for the adoption of imme diate plans to abate the distress His report has caused a most tii painful impression gild will it is hoped enhance the national b efiorts to rovide remedial lee t6 ores Up to the present 13J0 carloads valued at over ti100000 represent the total quantity pf tshipIletbime to OVERDOSE OF MOBPHINE h I Cm ruan 1G11 FJ I Tentu 111tfwu 111 a n h hotel here tIns morning A box fwasthe room and revealed the Ruse of his death Coroner McManus held mi inriiioaf theycrlirt be 1 0overdoseTime deceased was a member of all the Elks Lodge at Jacksonl tnn RppettreceI 1 ac to 110tv wasfinI 1 1 r701 to cyAtill61FE S NOTICE i ly agaiasEto file same with the As ri nee on or before February 2nd 1903eitSt and all parties owing said C E Eaker will pleaee come forward and a not later th111ebrti rt 011903- at or I i will have t6 suit at once Call KytH F REMLE Assignee jJ30U picknian c p r PAIDSSu i The Excellent Financial i j dition of the K of H j i ir i htstorhuighs month thai every claim published been puid In u Iftur r UIUHeIJrIH heIovertEalut M toLIPtraiyof i tetub r laJ othr words when theporter cymes out ou Lhst first of dun I J J1j lintyPreis it 9Juitga1 1 J ixveiity u I bnr0tr5rteioi pilld tjf1r IntLJIDg t IV j eJ and Kfliati is the ornry to aj your hitis to join 1 S 1a111b1id1 I6ti hetunaj tweujj eight year of actual Knights of Honor has lowing sliding n16 oft Between alike to yonng Full 1I111Jol oxporHmctj jAg sof Rfttonute Ratv LS md 21 120 iEluuqo21 and 22 125 05 M22 and 28 13QIfS5 23 and 21 1 fj 1 70 g 21 and 25 14 70 flitIItI2G and 27 iI A- 28 and 29 LGUI 80 to rr- and 30 1170 85 A and 31 180 10 m and 32 100 151 i and 331 200 100 5 and 34 210 1UiaiandI 35 220 110 iAI y 35t n130 230 115 tIi Ii 3Giml371 240 120 r I mul US 250 125 Hj 111131 2GO 130 to and 10 01la DI and 11 i80 lK iD 15hr1 i I umr1t5 +a320- 9i 1tnOiand 10 330 lU5 H 4Gaml47 345 17Zi lU oAliand 49 380 +L90 i n dflit1 100 Salo and 51 430 215 ami 52 400 23U LUand 53 490 2m 1 and 54 52n 2i L10 and 55 fO 2 ld1 t I iperJ lip5S1Pe1ofI 2pO The Iiodtte at Ilickulnu 1Cy 8V O ni ntin laid lost 51 utembo Otisith amounting to SLOB OOOOO ahrt rfdolll1r eats promptly plti1g 11tfirt ftifiei IIiussct1 tiiljButt t I Puiqil8tatesl li rorliPwifici i I IIL ahuntcUOlnllcit J1 j I the dlstttltcb nt01ind tilt tt u l l Iiom our oust n 1IIegagc litII tto Ireland thence tuingla l O1n thcrre ftlross to Jo rn I1UVT t t I oerland to the ilediterranehli t tbn by cable to northern Afril 5tthou1 r I i d1rIj Il to India Cochin ChiimrII Iluur ceMi 111t Jteter probable and secrecy i poable Thus tyseothattclDJonthctt4Jprodedfrond by cable extending iMi 5P1 P rf shoresfled 0 our possessions in j geettlesonrroceriQVftin dull ret tJaswagonHPaagtl R i tnt iiift r tt rt 1 c Millioni I I j f When Charles Schwab was fjinado President of thcjSt ffprust it was announlid rtu jlio was to receive a salary l000QOOayear His sal1 11 thYtlIt jium f which is pretty good 1 ay for the services of any ne iliarr11U years ng wtQlui D Rockefeller was said o be worth S20Qf0dQgUOOv 1rDilis soon frev to be t i jmall a sum in the eyes Imaginative newspaper writ prs and1 they increased it to I thrni to i00000000 Sqihe of them f 3iave placed it atl 000000 J J I oo and then1 are poop I vho believe it because Jliey- ioad iI it ill a newspaper 101 t ard some campaign s Cll1t laiiicler make the MsertfOl1 A billion dollars is n good alor montltIt is so mich the ordinary mind ca o1ion conceive the infmensity f it Beside it a million Collars would seem like 111 ol1Glarger than some of ns are I in the habit of carrying II 6rheii a man thro luck bus 5ness sagacity theft or ro- accumulated ULTty has US much us a half million or a million he is usually rated as millionaire several x 11 ifrver A year or two ago it Now York paper printed Jlvhatis purported to lo aII ast of the millionaires of tb llcoiintrv If we remember I i colittlili J 1 rnttftrR ltFrTrm I it Tennesseeans not one in of whom was then is fitiOw r ever WUS a 1111111Ona l It is as easy to write bilk millionD as Milli tI1itn if i tlr N m1I t nl dred thousand and tills is why then iRSO irYanvrim- mensi fortunes in this cone I iilronI pape We are led1 to make theset Jprefatory objj see atictts by the followingI from the AVashington PostII which is jjilso somewhat shy iin acceting1 as qius lei troth wonderfulI stonos heardI over at the mill or down atj the store concernitg the stnpendnous wealth of 1per sons who fire not on speakl jug tprllR wfth the PStlllilonJ tors reJators or auditors Is there a man in t4jo Unitedli States whose nssetn are wortht loot ooo oooi Senator IIoa i lIt1 h and his mention of the unnamed bil dealcpccullutipu u i n nlouitt JijoI hearthat1 c i I such1si any r j l liHui beneath the sun It may j I I nSitLtJ1thOU ofl1 f 1J citiII us that there airo several others Ii I vhoiie fortunes vary frothiiuotxi toll I ojiI urriince wht1 up1 1 i st dot i to ulrXILHtuijit ftii Inthlr hopQs It is sometimes ml yanhijreous to an ambitious man or at any raterhe deems it soto beomlhisensethethe rated but duo rather to tIle neral habit exaggeration MOll pass for millionaires andI nuiltimillionaires in spite of positive and truthfult flis late claimers r There are few minds that i-Q t 4 S J W qn WI t r1I T 1ofI 1 fWh ta JJJr ittKnocks J 1rWe offer voii l s s Jrj rJ t 4T8Bit UOMSs I1tmfe1iIU j 1rI1 Others make similar offers But t I have the 1srThat is the 4 ah41 Halli 9t1ers 1collateralbehindit j You can come and see f it handle it examine it Thats what lknocks t There are goods that look 0od and are bad o0 bnthat1 are better than they look andIi 11goods that look like the best and II good as they look Thats 1 my1 Gf I118SI cant ldontIbuy and IIRVY ONLY THE BEST v 1 Next I offer these as bargains That means I give so much value in my goods that they are worth more to you than the money you trade for them You moneyne5+ on that kind of deal That what knocks How calm Isell those goods at a profit and yet sell them away below the prices others ask I do it If couldnt offer you more for the money than any other I wouldnt waste my breath in inviting you to see lu Ida offer more money making bar 1 gain money saving prices money making values inlegilt carec JflYRIxo OwCUE THRELKELD p 11oilTHE Li GBOCEE it r itr 4 able to comprehend file meallin of figures that extend bC 1i one million gall even that total extends beyond the average manl ii It means putting one thousand1 into another thousand 900 times II but a hundred million uteans the jI putting of one million info tit1 other J9 or one thousand repeatt ed oho hundred thousand times And a billion means one tlious juid inlllions or a million tiul- e thousand As well try toesl irtidlighttj yeare i 11 llina this planet It is IfKe counting the little Irons o r sailfj l are taught make the mighty ean and fho beauteous land ihIi I per haps but none of them gets in sighti of the billion mark1 Death gill in a few rears divide1 most i thmom s- Tspeulilysu i divide into small fractions Let i hope tOOt that the growing habit of pur rich men to give t simptin much of their wealth will continue to grow Mean ile it should bo easily possible put H period to undue aecmm of wealth through tit operation of unjust tmequal Tin Work vWoof3IrA thatUno T 1st conistaiifV Ettisox MBUCVNTILE Co Inc v J a I iNOTICE TO fAYUP Airpcrs9ns who are indebted to thct rnested lum of Stephens Smith are nhailet settnstliotV STEPWEXS d SMITH HILLii Cairo IIL adanceI stImghtJohnson county Ill became drunk and created a disturbance 1Ind Marshal Ian Lancand teputy Marshal John I Taylor weregalled in to restore pence IIi11s11otandinstllitly l wli1cJnmesTaylor 1The Hill boys started to leave the house when Taylor shot and wounded one of them lliutrtIiQy theirescaperganixedu but time inuftlbrcresare- rue still aj Uhfi LlL r 1 St Jot lintel has a qnainfc pic lure It ia nico Country church sit natocl in a beech prow over in sonny Touuegr tP4 Thekbiiildin v18r pros cut to the net hburhood by a brother of Mrt1R ItbnfinoWilonviileJObioutlio pic ture beingorisRtrbtl an titlidHotti totlttf church Kcene btiuK ytrordstnnghet9i njster liighlyof tiro frameunit itiicescene are many pteAsunt pxriicalarspotherbyhood r Press I OllOBtr lx 1 will 4milesbe moving thfe JolmsDn aboatttlli wortof of 1ebruars ins oue I h ring thanplaceN THOMP802TSSSdHV uotir CLALK LA USIIAY CHlCKEJfJs + 1 I have some uiceCockereTs and Pul= sfdr saJeaJso eggs iu eeagoe Piziitli buyers will JDanieJnickinauKy Jt ftJ 1 c t i i l fiftJ 1 E t Ii r l L 4 I1ii 1I 1f I BALTZER JANUARY I DODIS CLEARANCE I j T r J- 7 s 1 I COMPAREI A J r We have reduced prices astonishingly There is one objective point in view and el that is to clear all Winter colored Dress Goode Millinery Ladies Jacket dens and Boys Suits and Overcoats yi rangGoods A s t J COLO ED i m jrDl r EBBGrOODSt GO and 50c Ziberlines SnowFlake Venetians IfHopSacking c 11i 36 and 38 in wide reduced to 42c 85 and 75c Ziberlino and Sharkskin weaves 38 to 40 in wide i 65cI i i All 150 125 and 1 Colored Dress Goods 42 and 54 in reduced to 120 98c and 85c per yard No black J f eluded at1ILLI1WE in this sale Yto wideII It II I r Choice of any Hat in the House at 50 off nothing leserv f I LADIES JACKETS dII J Ladies Black Beaver 350 Jackets for G29gt I t II LKersey 600 to 4 73T1 625I IU 10 Jackets 77IL- I i t CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS l It We have i figuresA11 fj i i 4t 800H 700 4i 575i H u I 1150H 1000H 7757w t a 1350 1250 tk u 075 I t u c c 1225BoysI to 275 l j a u 2 and 3 u 300 250 u 200 I a lk 2 and H3 l 000 v 500 4i25 f r All 6500 Overcoats reduced to 475 i All 1000 and 850 Overcoats reduced to 025 f 925Sr All 1025All I 4l f 1225j Everything in the nbovo lines must go nothing reserved No 8tunpsgiv nwithtr Jt the above t 2 f ItA I rr al I HICKMAN KY Id i Icf 0 THE HICKMAN COURIER 3Ik1 StGJEO WARREN Prop KANXY JAN 23 1903 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT JUDO We an authorized to announce W P Lau as a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of this Judicial Die trlct Subject to the action of the I Democratic Party We are authorized to announce II J Rngg as a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of this Judicial Dis triot Subject to the action of the i Democratic Party CLERKu1 Wo are authorized to announce J W MOHUIS a candidate for reelection to i the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton County subject to the action of the Democ1Cicpartyc Venezuelan Affairs Germany has gone and acted a fool again one of her men of war has fired on innocent sight seers who came to view the ruins of 1abello President Oastro says of this incident 1 regret exceedingly this Puerto Co bello incident The people of Venezuela have become reconciled to sacrifices re 1 quire to bring an end to the blocade but this wanton and barbarous act off firing on unarmed and peaceful persons 1 y by the Germans may make it difficult for me to keep the people from demand inC that no concessions shall be made I and that the struggle shall continue The Germans seem afraid to land their men and face the Venezuelans in battlef so they fire from a safe distance on Iterj sons who are doinltnoarm Judge R J BuggII We are glad to present the name ofII R J Bugx of Carlisle county in this isaee to the voters of Fulton countyii as a candidate for the office of Oircuit 1 Judge Judge Bagg has just been ap I pointed by GOT Beckhaui to fill out tbeI uRexpiredterEUof Jadge J E Robbing e resigned Judge Bugg a just now in 1 ttM prime of life and is in every respect- fullyt qualified for tko office sought He has just completed his term of- courthere J and it goes without saying that he presided with dignity aad grace besides dispatched the blsa1nrs a 4 well j I We will say to the voters of this coun y that 110 man trill more appreciate i your votes and goodwill than Judge I Bung It he is elected to this office ho will no doubt reflect credit on his supporters Watch him on the bench as you now have him on trial If he makes you a good Judge say to him well done thou goodi and faithful continuo thou on the bench The Farm There are many farmers living near near the city or town who are now do ing very well and who might do much better if they were contented with their work There is a tendancy upon the port of many farmers who are now do inK well to turn their backs on the farm and move to town that they may have bettor advantages in school ana hurch life for themselves and children In one sense this is a good thing but if farmers would unite their cffoits to build up church and school in their own communities we think they could make better success of life than to leave their interests and come to town Of course we appreciate any good citizen who locates among us and joins with us in building up our institutions and en terprises but even our town with its yartous enterprises cant exist on a tram sisal country population fot the reason that they are not interested in our institutions as are the permanent citizenship of our country- If it is your mind to farm for profit live ou your farm an work it for all itn worth and you will soon establish your self permanently in the thinK that be Rood If you do not intend to farm sell your farm and move to town and open busineos and give your life to it and success no doubt will crown your efforts So many people say There is noth ing in farming This is not true but the reverse is true There is moue in farming and lots of it if iit Ika done ac cording to best methods Wo notice in a great weekly paper just today when one man was a farmer and welt content to boa farmer lie owned only nil eighty acre farm on which ho spent ton thousand dollars for labor and fertilizers and cashed twenty thousand dollars leaving him a nice little balance of ten thousand to put down in his pocket This was done on vegetables alone 10I do anything we must be in earnest 1- k =U RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas in view of the loss wo have sustained by the decease of our frie and associate W P Burnett and of t still heavier loss sustained by the who were nearest and dears to hi therefore be it Resolved That it is but a just trip n to tin memory of the departed to fi that in regretting his removal from o midst we mourn for one vho was every way worthy of onr respect and regard Resolved That wo sincerely condole the family of the deceased on tho dispensation with which it has pleased Divine Prov ideuco to afflict them and commend them for consolation to Him who ord all things for the best and whose ch tisemcnts ure meant in mercy Resole That this heartfelt testimonial of 1 sympathy and sorrow be forwarded the family of our departed friend a brother by the Secretary of this Lod S E JOHNSON O U KFKLIV J W MAYmin I LIST OF GRAND JURORS Geo N Helm Foreman 1T Eberheart A S Hamby J K Alexander John Creed J V Car ver W F Blakemore D E Allison J B Wilkins Cornelius durant R M Belev B Parha PETIT JURORS T F Beaton J W Elks B Murrell C I Hagan J VurI cell 1V T Brooks Ed Bard R Boyes G W Johnson B F Green A M Johnson J 11 Brown Jo C Harris P H Browder J AM ner Z P Siamon S A Wilkins I A Roberson AV M Shaw noBondurant Tr Ballew C E Eaker E M Sanson J A Weath erlyCommonwealth vs Ed Snli charged with voluntary man slaughter Continued fo 2nd day of May term- Commonwealth vs Lish 1Vj ston setting up and operating crap game case dismissed Commonwealth vs Geo Hill mule stealing two years in Ed dyville pen- Commonwealth vs Sup AVil liams false swearing released lI from custody I 1 1If yon want a good wire fence a E REEVES Hickman Ky I FARISROBBINS the home of Air and Mrs J M fatbins nino miles south of this city oclock p cu Wednesday lun h UJ03 the marriage of their dnugh Mvra Hand Alexander Allen Far Jr was wletuniaed Rev C H Ut1I performing the ceremony The de wore a beautiful gown of white d was attended by her brother J K t bbin3 and sister Mrs J V Conrad ji je wedding was n very quiet one be rg witnessed only by the brides im edinte family the grooms father and id a gentleman friend from Ilickman nd Miss Zula Shields of Caruthers lilej- lM The bride is a charming tad talented Wnuug lady whom Now Madrid county proud to claim and carries tho good ishes of hosts of friends to her new Mome Mr and Mrs Faris left Thursday for kickmau where they will reside VTeukly Record Stop That Cough ELLISON 11COMPOUND SYRUP WHITE PINF with TAR IIWill DO IT For the prompt relief and cure of Colts O ouths Hoarseness Bronchitis Loss of Voice and all ailections of tho Throat and Lungs neglectl IDein they frequently more leadII usually the accompan invent or n cold if attended to in time they will promptly respond to treatment but if neglected Chronic Bronchi tis Pneumonia Pleurisy or Consumption may result COMLOUNU SYKUr o f WHITE PINE with TAR is a standard remedy and ranks among tho best It is sooth ing healing and curative onfresults are its best advertise meat Price 25 Cents AT Allisons Pharmacy Lt HAVING BOUGHT THE STUCCO OF FURNITURE COFFINS and CASKETS OF MORRIS A PHILLIPS Will continue business at the old stand and thanking our old friends for their very liberal patronage in tho post ask the continuance of same Very Respt OM- HICKMAN PHILLIPSI BANK HICKIAT0 KY Capital Stock Paid I 8nO00000 1 Surplus and ndiVidellProfits X20 1 large Surplusconservntivo management and a strongHaving amplo Capital II Board of Directors tho Hickman liauk solicit tho accounts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers promising the utmost liberality of treatment consistent with modern conservative banking methods R T TYLER President W C JOHNSON Cashier C A HOLCOMBE Vice President S AMBERG Asst Cashier fir1 NK1ti wut+ i ImprtantSNotice i I I have just received my SPRING AY HITE GOODS and they are certainly the prettiest ever pats tern for Shirt Waists that could be bought in any market J have also placed on my counters the entire stool of Fine ies at a big cut in prices EmbloiderS 1 To close my winter stock of DRESS GOODS I havo cut the price on theI entire line and offer big bargains in Blankets 1Flannels Wool Hosiery etc t1 H C AMBERG S N S- s I s thisso DONT Opportunity I down the line weve cut prices during our after season giving the greatest values in winter goods that January sellingIImlHight in new desirable goods This store has no old leaning tip now so well have none next season r 111I1ILJJ1WEaYI 111 el 500 Milli will I IIlSI I R III I and 7oo now 800 and 55O I MENS SUITS From the loweslto the highest price are made of dependable fab rics correct fashions and of the best workmanship 1s0mSuits for mrIy at and IGoo note selling at 12 CO Suits that weresheap at 12oo now 10 ILI fyr h1in frnmcooto I J liens and Bop receittin Xootc1itockdire from Now York 1aloeEMBROIDERIES i ISpecial Notice flcutterwho will take orders fospring clothing Will be glad to have you inspect tlie line kwhether you ish to buy or not v 81ITH AMBER6 BROS i 3 3seci t i i r f r 1 TI f i4ri k It 0 S w t 1 I F FSPECIAL f Clearing Salea- i JF 3 Mens and Boys LIJ 1tN I r TO TAKINUSl0CIg8o8crol our 3l25 Punts 119A t lunge line of these sold by otlior stares tat 2oo Our price bas becn IoO but to move theist quickly now 119 148 Choice of our 82 line worijk 3250 eraqrvliere QOO i h Now buys S4oo Putts s 41 20Porour seo I nuts This Sale Includes our line of 6L NUFANGL PANTS OF WHICH WE HAVE EXCURSIVE SALE ensAND Boys si 1 trr 1 J- AND OVERCOATS20to I tj =gTs THE ELLISON STOREI 1 Sii THE MUSICAL CLUB The musical club will bold its first meeting at the home of Mrs Davis Program will begin promptly at 8 oclock all members earnestly requested to be present PROGRAM lIPiano duet Mesdames Davis and CowgilL Musical History Miss DeBow i Vocal Soh3frs Coxf I Piano Solo Jiss Isler Musical topics Jrs Brevard Piano Solo JisS French Vocal Duet Jesdames Jfillet and CowgillRcru STONE Sec Pete Lovelace the grocery drummer F wFas In town Tuesday Ilickman will have a new court h nse this year Judge Kearby opened tie bids Thursday last and contract f Vwas let to Spradlin Hill of Fulton at 820000 Work will begin February 5 The court house will be built on the same site j the contractors taking in the old house at 5300 J C Harris ot Fulton spent several days iu town this week attending Cfr cuitcourtc Sam Grassland attended court here this week I Use Sunshine Flour none better Ererr ErcHiBg You will And fresh Sausage at Threl kelda Phone 13 Tuesday morning the old eart witatone1 the beautiful snow for thq first time thte winter The small boy is in his fctarr with sled and skates and the joy fal shout of the school boys and girls f wade the welkin ring t I LadiesMisesthe dollar and less E C RICE a Go Millinery and Ladies Furnishings Steamer Mary Stewart unloaded 132 ags of corn at the elevator Tuesday ror Ellison Jiss Virginia Luton of 6ayce is vis- Iting her aunts Vesdames Ellison Prather and Tyler this week A box car from the Green Line turned over on the curve above town and created quito an excitemont The dump caved in was tbe cause of the wreck Rev C L Price the Episcopal Rector of Fulton and Columbus in right sick at the Episcopal Rectory here Mr Ballew and wife are visiting Mrs Judge Kenrby the toilers mother this weekOn Friday and Saturday Jan 30 and 31 an examination for common school graduation will he hold at my oliice at the court house DORA M Sum Co Supt Will Williams audwifcof Ulluton moved hits the Thompson placo Thnrs Jay and we welcome them to our city H A Campbell of Naylor Campbell Cayce wag ilown one day this week Muss Bennie Bondurant ofSharou is visiting J W Rogersiamljjfainily this week ttKenneth Anderson failed to wake his trip Sunday being away by the advice ol a physician thhi e weather now but win be up by theI time we Ota press nd= doubtI J j Mrs B E Stub + gpenfc last week in Ifayfiold called thereby Ufo illness of her sister The musical club organized Ilast week met with J E Fnqua Tuesday night to further plans of work The railroad dredge boat under the management of Engineer Whorley Is working all O Kat the incline Lon Roby has accepted H position with Sam Luteu oar popular county clerk and will be found at the court house i Mrs John Ringwood Sr rloparte thus life Tuesday night of old nge Ru other complications 1 THE DANCE t Quite a pleasant Wednesday evening was spent in honor of Sir A A Paris and bride A social hop ivas given them by their friends of the town Pre ent were T Mr A Fnris and wife L Simmons Miss Bessie Case John Dillon Bond Bob TylcrH M Brevard Gus l1errinrH B Case HenryBond H r Isler Ward Lutcn1 H lI Andeison K AndersollU M Frost StoicTA Stone Nina Glen t1 Shaw TCttvee wifetJudge Moore H u Percy Jones H Dick Isleru u Alex Stone H h Mesdames Cowgill last Hodges Misses OKoiirke land AVhite BoyersCI3 Travis G Bond and 34r Hufl3 of Columbus 9 1 0111 1ffP 3 ccJa eye eye c Use Sunshine Flour none better thISreekE C Carter Jordan attended court this week Willie Araberg vined Union City friends Sunday Joe Amberg didnt go to Sharon Sun Jay Ask foe whfjjMisa Lizzie LnUrell returned to hor tome Friday morning LJ B Wilkine of Orutehtteld revved pj the jury this week gob BinforU of near Fvltou att d- fflcotuti hero thus week ItapatCaptHA Trier 4s down at T ler No this weekal btIHinfi8III I HickmanIII I Souvenir Ware REDUCED T- olOc 15c 25 and 35c r Former prjc s were 25 to PSc 1 VIEWS daTheView front Baiter Hill 2 View from Yerons River It would be well to como quick for selection AS theysre going t rapidly at tho reduced price I ELLISON IINOI a c r i i I r I Uncle hill Perry from the bottom i up attending court this wetk CHICKENS White LnngshanH for tale MKB MiitSfiAU RijLK I HyIWill borrower pltt e return Critten den Bookkeeping to this office j i Dick Harris J H Pollocks livrrr lian iis right rick this woek t I I I IIi 50 PER CENT Reduction Is the way ve bav rut priewa orr the r rnatnd + r of onr MILLINERYs- tock just I OneHalf OFF l 100 Lsiilios Hats now oO i 1 uUH 75 r I JJOi nctuh l nIi i I Some lu autifnl Hats in this lot The Ellison Store 11 Dont forget to try a pound of Golden Rio Coffee at Ledtord Handles Ed and Gus Thomas two of Fulton s lawyers attended court hero this week Dr Alexander Chas Payne and John Ford are attending court this week Miss Nilla May Bondurant of Jordan is the guest of Mrs Hugh Ed Prather Mss1 N1 Minnie Frost of Xew Monmouth is rioting Miss Light Faris FOR SALE Pair good work Mules 2t Apply to NT UpltUM- Cnarlee Uinfbrd and wife of Fulton casednightd During Stork Taking WP HAVE Reduced prices 20 per Cent On Japanese Ware Pictures and Fancy Goods Some of the choicest t bines shown this season are included t Wo do this to reduce stock IIiI ELLISON MERC Inc COIII 1 f Please come forward and settle all in debtedruAH to the Courier Htiusp and lot for grain in Wwt Hick inan Seo P H REEVES r I fL I iErabroldery Club meets at tbe hone ofjlrs Will Ellison this acer I 1 t F JUST ARRIVED OJ S New Lines i r1j White 6ooJ- Embroideries if i s ti f c s+ V and LasIf J Pb tijf I rI Ol Spring rfU8 We invite yourinsp t ll I tu+ O BALTZER DODDS J II a Mr Tom Lorelac of the Fulton 1 Leader wiis io the city Tuesday J V Carver of near Fulton iin on I the grand jury her tbbWfekII Uw Suiiflbine none benerII Charley PariiHHi and wife visited the furmeni sifter at Union City ttiinday I Clarence Henry and wife rutted rela Lives in Mt Herman eotnmantty Sun y Mrs T A SUinley of Arlington will visit 31 ins Marie Brevard Saturday to be here a rfW days Mrs IT C BarreU aud children Brinson Gsare visiting Mrs IV A Ledford this week Ip 20 Per Cent DISCOUNT OS WAISTINGSi Just 40 Patterns left ofan enormous stock Hero are all colors White CLeain Blue Reds Old Rose Tau Grays iVrc iu Wool Wool and Silk- Embroidered Patternsr Bordered Patterns- We make this re duction to clean up the lot- riinne of the choic pst designs of the season nrohere and patternEin the lot IiI L ofICorinth Miss are visiting Mrs Johns mother Mrs Ontten Tho Dr will goon from here to attend the lectures at ChicagoWe last week that Marly Roper had accepted a position with J R Brown buj should have said he has bought half interest in grocery and mill and we trust he will do well i his new venture Us Sunshine Flour none better fencethe oneflodge IE Robbins attended court resignationtheprop tide of Jawl y RESIDENU2Ccntroth JparficulauPOWELLjShies Balle Mereer of Jackson Tenn WOK among her friends several days last week the guest of Mrs A Amborg Uonoo1reasonableApply Mr David vers1eKwe are glad to learn IB rapidly improving Mr Green Editor ol the Fulton Com mercial paid the Courier u sooial call this week squireattendedr week Judge Bugg fits the judicial bench right well and presides with dignity and grace Judges Bugg and Lee candidates for Circuit Judge Carroll for Corn Attorney Norman and Hester for Attorney General Morris for Circuit Olerk and Naylor for Representative all addressed a goof crowd of Fulton county voiom at thu court house Monday evcfi i ing AH of them are well qualified for the offices they seek r ChildrensUnderwear EmbroideriesSkirtsWaistsclosed out E C RICE a Co Martin Chambers near Jordan lost bis residence outbuildings and house hold goody by fire last Tuesday night Mr Chambers loss was about 12400 with 31500 insurance I iit1 I t JMcGehee Fulton Ct Ilolcombe I Hickman Wm Perry Sassatras E C Carter Cayce served on the Supervis regulating Railroad elevator is filled to itsfuli capacity with corn and two steamer loads are lying at the wharf waiting for the road to carry it ontoIt seems that our road is not capacitated to carry off freight as fast as it comes in Val Carpenter left Monday night for St Louis with a car load of hogs and cattle and we wish him success nArthur Louis Threlkeld had a severe attack of congestion since List issue but is betternow = = = = = = 1oo =W JACKETS atCost Price t Skirts 25 per cent off t TailorMade Suits AT Half Price Fine Shirt Waists f- r1 I at Half Price V 4 t t At the prices we nowinakethes fC A 1irc values seldom offered 8US vlipre lfi We are now taking stock and T wpu v Itatilt as little a possible to taket4 and are determined not to c inn v f i these over f nd these prices are lic made to make et etS + The Seasons t es f J ELLISON MERCANTilE CQi i I I e= = = JA =A k= a rf 9 f Ir w ViJr ii 1 p tC t a to ttt BURNSRelieves Instantly Heals I leaving ugly scar CUT Sipps the bleeding KillsI the Pain Prevents Kbcd Poison H als quickly BRUISGC5 SwellinycDraws JtwU14 owkatre My or money refunded asoBOo iooBCxrrcni ALL GOOD n GGISl I y t r ELLISON MERCANTILE CO In f i I FRUIT IN THE FAMILY Many people are governed thoirentillgHwing1 dcriminatinbmeat and potatoes the year I Ibut without impairing health receive little pleasure fr the eating Such people from one point of view are to be e vied because what they slit at Acquires no thought Persons suUering with weak capricious stomachs and mon aced at all times by that hane to obligedtomind For niiiny years I urged friend to raise fruit for his famiji Islitire were reasons urged but to no avail We do not care for them do not like fruit at tyouldJust as soon htvr rneatH- ho would reply The family was not noted 1 1 perfect health and some niernb J was sure to have a hendac docItor 1 ry to say not the best tempered t dipsitiom 0 feeble to Accomplish mudI 11livI I11 se nrcdemploym on n fruit farm and workedast anion the variops fruits all the season The change after several years is marvelous Their table is supplied with fruit every heal and the family is robust J islavigorousi for comes no more fruit robbed him of his income a meat is nearly discarded My friend said If I go to marketr on the sale wagon and do not get cabevenl moforflinYouplied MYou have told me that 100x13 times n testbutl and endured a good deal of s fering by not knowing its value as a food After sUpper a fivepound bas higreplyi poistomachJ he replied Fresh ripe fruittj It equwill4 The fact is fruit can be eaten at any time Vhen fruiteating results in distress the tleitherj WJion traveling in hot weather and under nervous strain ed some fruithoasfreqnently A basket of mixed ripe I fruit would furnish all the stern would use or If the reader requirehigtaste for fruit he is abnormal in hisicyyr acquirement that taste tHiswll regrettedAinduced to set vifew strawberry plants not ceeding 200 probably three co10Or plants was fifty cents and the could hoe them in an hour ngto time if he did it often enough small are in manandere all else that was furnished The Alible expense to this farmer did not exceed 2 and most of that to vaa paid foin labor and showsthere six bushels rind eight quarts WOrnlT4j suchthreetimes cohavefreshflue ith r fany farmers say they can 1 1 cheaper than they can raise wives awoman J rRllver of r JImud over 20 for all kinds o miCountry1 Ic Prempt DlIrerltc goodslivereditThrelkelds Phone 13auk RaTablot Try It 1r fl i I pJ I TAFT WILL REMAIN IN PHItoi ii IlPINE ISLANDS I IfrII itdI c President1 that Judge Taft shall lmlailli viiot Governor TheI decision1 I htJIlt I J i t t tuPhiHppine I oughty with rvnvtury Heot and otherI nip lalrlIsI of liiJOftJ r Cabinet alldwith Yiv lovj1 1115hfmn torir bfton regarded as settled that I qttttrttult toiWiuJ t this country perhaps in a- few i mouths to become a Jus r SUIIr I j 1ROhin a letter dispatchedovto aIInonthI i have the coNEWfi appointment to ij Supreme bench if he desired I thingutIt was the residents pLW 1 CivilT orernorof Iy Philippines rY1 I Ii r ii nds cabled protests haSt0 rn1esi= j dent from prominent Filipl nos Eon yesterday President was in receipt legram fvom some of st important interests in Philippines i urging I retention of Gov raft L i Civil pdno manner xuo a rrSntj for whom the 1peo Bislandshest regard but it was nted out to the t GOY Taft wasresidentFF ipped for the Governor and that any UetilneI best interests of the ar chipelngo Tt was ulaillta 111Iicgxethin rot rafts iel iretardthe islands yearsGovh tobeup work in the Philippines ambition has been to justice Densso entirely with spirit of the great wick J tiltg= sympatliy with the ideals iu1Iabitantsrelinquish his post at this digthatPresident thePresidents Justiceshipreuysuggesting fjjjjthe tohin1 ofUi him in w of all the circumstances remain where lie was After this it was announc unofficiallyde but entirely Goft river JtatitelyI 0 time1 PI 1 urUIthJ ttvhichsitutf iJphnsesJ yet to be solved with r speqq Af1ministrationill solutionCthen as will be satisfaet the people of this eountl1the Filipinos and to tvorll JDR J O STABB 7aTShT jUFwr KOVKI IioeeotrnUrlcn oftffD t 1tK D Ar I DR IlDeniisttrCJIAN 1 tlt Irrtn over Gowitl 1 Irn tttIP 1 yp A JACKSON 1rOJtS1YIA IJJlKlIAt ff- J fI I lo a Kentnil practice iitt Keutuck pfdil attention jriven to collection Ii h Jriii I rCash Book Storet t f j Splen id Selection of BOOKS timeSERYIIf NOTIONS jI Call and see our Stock Ever I up to date i theMARY HKKKNDRS fi t uII ii JOHN RINGWOOD jji I beGenez a1 Gxoce es Deistletoink s stand Eastt Mm i j tleleltg all kinds of Gfoeerios sm i tj SuppliesoftUTTER EGGS CHICKENS A SPECIALTY theT89itsrr J GARUTHERS1 AND 1 CONFECTIONERY BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES you get blue trading stamps with ovary lOo cash purchase CLINTON STREKi Srlrcilrinn RT STABLEj OPPOSITE n R DEPOT II j it it =H POLLOCK ProPshadk licarriagesCnstantservedtentsPutronag ss4 I lgDr Dont Forget 1 I cocr eJlhnt1 of CHILL MEDICINES I be IIIU+ t 01UGl1 c Cowgill 4DRUGGISTS4 j 4 ered 21 FOR RENTThe Johnson farm in ont bottom north of Hickman foOOtriof cultivation Apply to Ra A it j Hickman Mrs Fannie JobClinton Ky W ii1Ya F I 1Yar j h o J4f t f1 rr- J 1 S1 TI 0J t f t Jt JE iSjl J1 1J rwM 1t fJW JWf f 1 j 4 H 4444 + + +H+H IWII I t1111C1aSi cooker earth Each stove has a guarantybond dl1labi1it JUtthebroughttobefore you examine our stocktilt the best styles and prices to Duiteve r oneAYt the also preparing open the most l s I CompleteLine of Hartere h i Jln ItlHlmpPJ1IPutHUHn lleiivont J e W S HENDERSON CO H1++ H4i I I Uu the 14th inst the work ofl this cable was begun at an Francisco 1 1 was christened by Lucilo Gage tIll py nyear GageliI llauila rhe work 1S ptogreE6lIJgIl well the ship that is doing work sending hack cheering mes portsjI hqnr I i l ZoologiIIfii1 worth of property in a year offered a premium of ten rents I frig eachrat 1 caught The man who underto job caught 1500 rats These lthe furnished food for the eagles and fowls African miners claim the reef of gold hearing quartz found near Chicken Creek Alaska is similar in ap pearance and formation to some of the greatest gold hearing ledges of South Africa It tains stringers very rich in i oltold11cl many of them running as high as 3000 per ton The formation has been traced three miles and hundreds of have lbeen staked The police according to the New Temperance Law in England may arrest an inebriate anywhere whether disorderly or not except in a private house After conviction he ie forbidden for three years to attempt to 0 tain drink and the publican su plying him this three years is tined lsl for a first offense andl 100 for a second offense l1lotherIships which have passed by the1 island But its eruptions nowtonly bury deeper the land which1 has already devastated and hence arouse no interest except among scientists There h another violent earthquake at Andijan but no loss of this time cent Of the disturbance was four miles south of the city Ferguson of London England announced on Chris- day that llemon would de stroy the typhoid germs in Ovate b Promptly the doctors on UI rt Board of Health of Chicago made EyE lf a glass of water is known to sufficient Repeatedexperi proved that all the term were killed every time Fresh Meals Always at Threlkehls 2 wagons prompt delivery Telephone 13 He Foand a Cure R 11 Foster 313 S 2d Street Salt Lake City writes I have been both with dyspepsia or indigestion for years have tried many doctors with relief lint I have found a cure in Herbine I r ommend it to all my who are afflicted that way an is curing them too OOc at L P tS Ilironsar r t C haw lust 1 ofCookthat are now on exhibit OIl furtiltStoC tlu hnet nnrl on for its have to that should that claims The Asa juice t 1 1 ii rS Tt 0 t- Vj E II- S xi xxl IIf J l i 1 icI cI xlli1 l r ICOrrON SEED MEAL ANDi HULLS heTlwDost w and Cheapust Feed for your Mflk Cow 0tCotton S q 1 Cotton SLU1 110httllA I I t rtt beo0kWe soil nt thou prices at our oil mill for cash fOncforImuug KYolt= NEW MERC MARKEt L D T19 ell ctrl Piop brthiu butchtfP t A line rmarketpricenndfg IiVCl3 t h I nil Gosrtttitrc1 An TIcIUcHCu t d A iibernl share of your iitrnnagc solicited Phone 13 Free Deliver g USa8IJ rl i IJ 1PleC81YJugFresh1 kindsChoice ueenstware ers large and small A lot of rtuseful articles for lOc Hay and Bran All at UT t vl t J W ROGERS SON LEDFORD BANDLB Groceries Fresh Meatsy Hardware Queensware and Feed Stuff iWWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery amino Ipains will be snared to please our customers YercbasedAfter collection of 900 you are entitled to a nandsome present reTeli 1- k