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THERE IS A REASON
IWe Sell The Most Ice Cream A
It's because it's LILY and it's absolutely
People readily find out who sells the fresh 4
Sand richest Ice Gream and demand their
ite,make every time.
We get LILY Ice Cream fresh every day -A
we can vouch for its being made with the "3
it care and cleanliness from the first hand-
f the milk to the freezing of the cream.
a quart of "LfLY" for dinner today A
HELM . ELLISON
CHECKERS AT THE STORE
pt yr sportln' itunta
3. aa' autycars.
(uiim an' ilcb
I tii' checker cam
i aorntr atora.
pi boxe fcr th chalra
l th' floor I
ra old checkerboard .
a4 Burr an Pap
mm bulilnd th' stov
n meir upl
haa fathered 'rouad
r ra th' play
down t' Mines row
a In th' right.
Burr hcs nve of tiieaa
blayln' tight I
bea llesektati Crow,
corn-cob burn bug item
pady U apeaka up,
pa on an' sorter drawlai
pt Hu, Inferred'
an' klQK tvr klnr.
Tbey meat In fierce atTay;
An' avery yo li glued upon
Th' aaagulnary rrayl
Th' air la aorter teeaa an" thick,
Yar heart has butt Ita noose
An' Mat keep jumpln' Ilk a biased
Old platoo-rod bruk teeMl i (
una nnter nrm upon in crown,
A-welchln' CTery dara.
Ar4und aa' back they more their kings
WltB ataro aa' wary ataral
Now Pap ha eata a trap far "Dad"
An leads him oa t win.
Then turn th' tablea naat aa wax
Aa' wallepa him Ilka alnl
TawTa tot me, Bill," aes aran'dad"
"That makta th gases a draw;
Wa'H play ajfln' to-morrer night
Aa' yaw look out far pawl"
Baa Pap: "I guesa you'll find toe hora,
A-walUn' rer yer blood:
You'd better practice up betweeu
Br ele your nama la mudl"
With laugh and shout th crowd brcaki
Th' grocer locka th' door
They ain't no sportln' gamoe, by go.
Uk oheekera at th' tore I
g or little. The same as new when laundered by (he
Steam Laundry. The same attention is given small
ts as large ones, in fact that is our spelialty.
Do you know that the best class of laundry ' wearers
ing their work to the 0. K. Steam Laundry?
I deliver laundry in city; also call for it.. The-
I is at the store of Smith & Ambcrg.
FRANK SMITH. Agent
ist week Miss Lizzie
ed and fell on the back
Price Hotel, and cut
badly. A deep gash
cheek and one across
ileal aid was had, and
taken In the trash in
le is improving very
kw able to be up.
FOR SALE Good Timothy Hay,
$6 a ton In "rick. J. P. Thomas,
Route 4. 6-4tc
It was generally understood in
this country that Cleveland was a
vary wealthy man, A careful ex
amination of hisfiroperty after death
revealed the faot that he died a
comparatively peer bur.
No. 2 Wheat. C. H. Moore.
About 5 weeks until school begins.
Otto Hertweck has returned to
Bryant Cox visited relatives here
H D. Threlkeld spent last Friday
in Union City.
Alfred McDaniel spent a few days
hete this week.
R. B. Ballcw, of route 1, is on the
sick list this week.
Walter Donald was here Saturday
enroute to Tiritonvllle.
Get the habit of trading at Bet
ersworth & Prattler's,
Miss Cecil Barnes is spending a
few weeks at Three States.
Mrs. Sam Carr is visiting relatives
in Unity, Ills., for a few weeks.
The Courier and the weekly Com
mercial-Appeal one year for $1.25
Mrs. L. A. Stone and little daugh
ter, Mary, returned Monday from
FOR SALE: 3-4 Jersey Cow with
young calf. Cow three years old.
E. B. Prather. 6-tfc.
Miss Maude Moses left Monday
for May field, after spending several
weeks in Hickman.
Trv Threlkeld's Eating House
next time If you are hungry you
will be taken care of.
Mr. Gibson, of the lower bottoms,
brought in the first load of home
grown watermelons, Monday.
W. A. Carpenter and Miss Dosia
Carpenter spent Saturday and Sun
day with relatives at 'McKenzie,
Dr. Royal, of Villa Ridge, Ills.,
returned home Monday, after a vis
it with his daughter, Mrs. F. S.
Don't fail to read that great story
''The Seventh Person" by Mc
Cutcheon, beginning in next week's
Miss Mabel Wilson, after a few
days' stay at Dawson Springs, is
visiting Miss Katharine Jones at
0. Hertweck left Friday for Sun
flower, Miss., to be gone about six
weeks. Mr. Hertweck is looking
after a big saw mill at that place.
A. L. Ballew informs us that a
good rain fell in the vicinity in
which he resides, Monday, 4 miles
south of town. From all reports, it
is raining everywhere except in and
STRAYED OR STOLEN From
my home in East Hickman, one
year-old dark red heifer, slightly
roan, de-horned, white spot in fore
head, unmarked. Information lead
ing to ricovery will be rewarded.
G. M. Campbell. lp
Mrs. J. W. Waters entertained
the Ladies Aid Society and the
Woman's Foreign Missionary So
ciety at her home one evening last
week. Among other features of
amusement, was questions on bible
topics, which was very interesting.
Piles are easily and quickly check
ed with Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
To prove it I will mail a small trial
box as a convincing test. Simply
address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. I
surely would not send it free unless
I was certain that Dr. Shoop's Magic
Ointment would stand the test. Re
member it is made expressly and
alone for swollen, painful, bleeding
or itching piles, either externa or
internal. Large jar 50c. Sqld by
The sheath skirt is gradually
working its way from Paris, France,
to this section. New York's fash
ionable 400 have already adopted
them j a few Bostonians are wearing
them, and Miss, Grace Binder ap
peared on the streets of Louisville,
Ky., Tuesday attired in a mouse-col
ored directoire gown split to the
knee, revealing her shapely form.
If this idea of lovlinese becomes
prevalent In Hiokraan the Courier
man vill hlk it to the tall, uneu.
Order the Courier today.
IGat at Williams' restaurant.
H. E. Curlin wants your laundry.
FOR SALE. Old papers at this
office 15c a hundred.
Miss Dottle Davidson has return
ed fnm a visit to Dyer.
fMrs. Ida Wagoner is visiting rela
tives and friends in Martin.
Fultotr has a Bryan-Kerns club,
Hickman ought to get in line.
Mrs. H. B. Threlkeld spent last
Friday with relatives at Woodland
Mrr. Newman, of Memphis, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Allison
Dr. McKeel, of Mayfield, spent
several days last with D. B. Wilson
Crujhed Oyster Shells. Grit,
Wheat, Chops, Purina Chick feed
at.U xl. Moore's.
The Courier would like to have a
good correspondent in every school
district in the county.
George Rawlston and wife have
returned to Dyersburg, after a visit
to A. A. Stone and wife.
Tetleys Tea at Moore's. When
the best tea costs less than a half
cent a cup why not have it?
Miss Mary Waters left Sunday on
a three weeks' visit to friends in
Humboldt and Jackson, Tenn.
W, H. Baltzer, wife and daugh
ter, Thelma, returned Monday from
a few days' stay at Dawson Springs.
Chas. Isbell and W. D. Wade
will give an Ice cream supper at
Graves schoolhouse. Monday .night,
Remember, the Courier will take
contributions to the Democratic
camping fund. Get busy. Every
little bit helps.
Miss Laura McGough, of Bernie,
Mo., after a visit to relatives in Un
ion City, and J. R. Brown and fami
ly here, has returned home.
The Illinois Central railway in
Kentucky granted the soldiers about
Hopkinsville the right-of-way, and
night riders applied the firebrand
to three depot buildings Tuesday
night, totally destroying them with
Cbas. Case, who has been iu the
tailoring and pressing business in
this city for several months, sold
his business to Threlkeld Bros., and
left for Chicago, Monday. "He will
go on the road for a Chicago tailor
A little elf said : "I don't know
how newspapers come, to be in the
world. I don't think God does for
he hain't got anything to say about
editors in the Bible. I believe the
editor is one of the missing links
you read about and he stayed in the
bushes until after the flood; and
then came out and wrote the thing
up and has been here ever since, I
don't think editors ever die. I never
heard of an editor getting licked,
editors go without underclothes .ill
winter, he don't wear no socks, but
you see pa hain't paid his subscrip
tionvin 4 years."
Lee Line Boats
ocaxma trui at hiokman
St. Louli to Memphlit
Stacker tee Wedneiday 8 p. in
Frd llerold. , Saturday 8 p. ta
MemphU to St. Loulit
8tnckerl.ee.,,. .. Saturday Night im
Ferd llerold Tuetday Night 1M
CHnelnnatl to taewpuUi
Peter Lee and Georgia Lee. . . .Boat down
Saturday night and up Wedneiday night
N. C. ic St. L. R. R.
tMHami run at hkkuan
ixpre arrive.,. T (Mam
arrive.,, i n p u
No. S3, Mall and Hxpree i
No, 4. Mall ami Kxpreee i
No. fit, AeeommodaUaa a
arrive,, ,.8 16 p ut
go. s. Mall and ttxpre depart. . SO p m
So. M, Mall and Vxpret depart. W p tu
So OA, Agewumaitttauemtru...,T 1 a tu
R. B. JOXKMK. Agi.
We take great pains to furnish
our patrons COLD and REFRESH
ING drinks at our FOUNTAIN.
Wing's Fruit Ice Cream"
COWGILIS DRUG STORE, Inc.
S This is the season when the condition of your plumbing
xrures demands your close attention. You cannot afford to
be negligent where the health of yourself and your family is
concerned, and defective plumbing and unsanitary fixtures are
a constant menace to health,
a If you intend making repairs or Installing new fixtures, we
all be glad to figure for you. We sell and install the famous
"Ittna fiM f Porcelain Enameled dumbine fixtures and guar
antee perfect work at reasonable prices. "JteedMT are
brings a wealth of health to your home and increases its
selling value u welL Our booklet "modern Heme vmao
inj " is sent free upon request.
COTTON & ADAMS
Pot Autos mi Laniichea
wg ui tne Gasoline at oouner.omce
It frequently happens that a woman
worries a great deal over the question
of calling on another woman who
doesn't caro in the least whether she
calls or not. Chicago Record-Herald.
The Duchess' Philosophy.
Tho old duchess of Cleveland In
vited a relative to her husband's fu
neral and told him to bring his gun,
adding: "Wo are old, wo must dio;
but tho pheasants must be shot"
"Some folks," says Brother Dickey,
"have so much trouble in this world
that the placo where Satan lives at
will look familiar to 'em I"
Happiness and Beauty.
Happiness is the best beautlflor.
Health gives a clear skin and bright
eyes; Interest In others cultivates a
look of Intelligence.
If you wish to reach the highest,
begin at the lowest. From the Japanese.
The Oldest Aristocracy.
Talent ought to have privileges. It
Is the oldest aristocracy that I know
A Word from Josh Wise.
"Like a dog will gnaw a bone when
ho ain't hungry, a nnggin' man will
nag when he ain't angry."
Limit N ever Reached.
A fool always finds one still mora
foolish to admire him. Bolleau.
Children Born In Workhouses
K thousand children are bora tea
London workhouses yearly.
We bless the man who comes
and brings us pumpkins ; we love the
one who pays us up in wood ; we
love the one who brings us big pota
toes ; (or these ail in their place will
come in good. But "in his inmost
heart the printer enshrines in won
derous love the one who yearly puts
in a big round dollar, with words of
cheer and gladness in his lone."
A number of young people, enjoyed
a picnic last Thursday evening in
Walker's pasture. An excellent
lunch was served. Mrs. Will Barry
chaperoned the crowd.
New Ten Commandments.
1. Thou shall not go away from
home to do thy shopping, nor they
wife nor thy sons, nor thy daugh
2. Thou shalt patronize thine
own merchants ; that they shalt not
be driven from their home to find
food for their children.
3. Thou patronize thine own
merchant and also the printer and
they shall patronize thee.
4. Thou shall pay th"y bills
premptly that thy credit be good in
the land thou dwellest, and thy
neighbors greet thee gladly then
deposit 'thy surplus in home banks.
5. Thou shalt not knock the
props from under thine own town in
order to be revenged on thine own
eoemy, lest thou perish with him.
6. Thou shall not incline thy ear
to the voice of pride, nor permit
vanity to qvercome thy heart.
7. Thou shalt spend thine earn
ings at home that they may return
whence they came, and give nourish
ment to such as come after thee.
8. Thou shall not bear false
witness against the town wherein
thou dwellest, but speak well of it in
the ears of all men.
9. Thou shalt no covet thy
neigbor's seed wheat nor hisi'meat
hog, nor the cow, nor the corn which
in his crib, but what soever thou de
slrest thou shalt tuy of him, and
thou shalt pay the piice thereof in
the coin of the realm.
10. Thou shalt keep these com
mandments and teach them to thy
children unto the third and fourth
generation, that they may be made
to flourish ar)d wax rich while thou
art laid to rest with thy fathers.
A Hickman woman remarked the
other day that one of. the most in
teresting things in the newspapers to
her are the advertising columns,
'Long ago," she says, "I quit buy
ing of those who do not advertise. It
always seems to me that the mer
chant who advertises invites me to
trade with him, while one who does
not advertise impresses me with the
idea that he doesn't care for it.
Then, too, I notice that the mer
chant who advertises has fresher
goods, for the reason I suppose he
If you use a pulverised. or ground
coffee you can get an extra &ne one
from C. H. Moore at 25c per pound.