THE HICKMAN COURIER-. THptSDAY, MAY 11, 192.
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MOTHERS' DAY PROGRAM
Following I.i the program for Moth
ers Day at the Methodist church. Sun
dy. May 14:
Ortfrio Prelude Mi Thcla Barnes
ll.vinn No. "JO Congregation
Scripture Heading Mrs. Mi Wei
M r hers' Suuday Mr. K. A. Tucker
Solo Mrs. Harold Rice
!:.. ding "Home and Mother"
Mrs. J. A. Thompson
- Mrs. II. L. Aniterg and Miss Fuqua
Recitation Miss Helen Tulloss
Tribute of Great Men
Mr. Percy Jones
Soiitf'alth of Our Mother Choir
Prof. F.. II. Whnlin leaver tomorrow
tiltht for Howling ;reen., where he will
enter the summer school of the Western
Kentucky State Normal.
Lunch- at the Busy Bea,
FIRST BAPTIST CHI KCII.
Sunday School. 9:45, J. W. Roney,
l'reachlng by pastor 11 a. m. ami 7:3i
p. m. - The pastor, church and friends
will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of
hN ordiuatlon to the ministry. No
special invitations have beeu extended,
hut all who coute will be most cordially
welcomed. The pastor hoves to the
largest Sunday School and the largest
attendance at the preaching service he
ha ever seen In Hickman.
Theme of morning sermon : -Life."
Theme of evening sermon: "Second
Coming of Our Lord.
A. S. Fettle, Pastor.
Prof. T. II. Llklns will leave tomor
row night for Caneyville for the sum
mer vacation. HI family proceeded
him several day ago.
Work was started this week exca
vating for the new home of Mr. F. T.
Handle and the work will go right
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WATER IIELOW FLOOD STAtiE.
The river went slightly lelow a stage
of 4. feet Sunny on the Cairo guage,
and Monday the outfit used at Mile
Seven. K-elfoot I-vee, was disposed of
and the long fight there completely ov
er. The Steamer Wynoka. a govern
ment lat. arrival there Monday even
ing from Memphis and took in charge
the government quarter loat. whieh
she carried back to Memphis. This
juarter l-oat was used to house the
ltKr during the fight there. With the
wafer down now below the foot or base
of the levee, the graveness of the situ
ation can le fully appreciated. For
nearly half a mile the river bunk had
caved o(T to the bse of the k-v-e and at
two place U-youd the crefit of . the
levee, with a narrow strip left at one
of these places, each place leing alout
TMi to titt feet long. Before they finished
the work there, they had built a ban-
jijuefte the entire distance of the caving.
Mr. Hufrstetter. the government engr
neer xent here by Major Kerr, of Mem
phis. hafi.lU-d the situation well and
des-rves much credit for pushing the
tight a he did. C. T. 15nduraut. who
built most of the ICeelfoot levee wa on
the job day and nfitht for many days,
bringing in from Trimble. Tcnn., his
construction equipment of iuuW-s and
scrapers, re-inforclng the Itoger levee
equipment there, the metntier of the
Ivee Hoard and every planter of this
e-Tion giving their time and labor to
the hard work there. It Is thought by
the time the river reaches the sand
strata Uyond the Jevee that the caring
will le much greater, and is now only
a matter of a short tiuie until the en
tire part of the old levee will cave off.
Hut la-fore another year rolls around,
or lwfore another floor, the new loop
should 1 finished and. at least, the
planters won't face the propition of
caving banks and caving levee again.
The right there was the hardest ever
put up and the longest, but also It might
Ik added, that the wdge of two mouths'
water was the longest ever known.
Habitual Constipation Cured
In 14 to 21 Days p
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prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 600
The Daughter of Confederacy will
meet on next J uesuay arternoon at 3
o'clock with Mrs. S. 15. Parker at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Walk
Miss Annie Sherron Is having a num-
Ur of outside repairs made to the house
occupied by T. M. French and family,
also repairs to outhouses and fence.
Tlio X- C & St. 1 Itassenirer train
came In to their station Tuesday after-
. . i a . .i A . .
noon I or uie ursi uiue iu anout I WO
month on account of the flood.
Mrs. Fannie Shaw has added a coat
of paint to her home the past week.
OFFICE IN Fl'LTON'.
The Farm Bureau will maintain two
oflices, with one at Fulton aud one at
Hickman. This arrangement was agreed
on here a few days ago and in order
that all farmers may get the benefit
of the Bureau the two office will !
maintained, however, a the President
of this Association resides iu the ujpr
end of the county, much of the work
will be directed from there. The Ful
ton office will Ik? in the Fulton Com
menial Club's room, while the office
here will lle continued at it' present
location. J. W. Mayes ha that building
rented, using the rear of same for feed
aud seed, and has sub-rented part of the
spe to the Bureau and r-pace for the
desk of the Cotiuty Farm Agent. All
officer elected several weeks ago will
remain unchanged, with the exception
of the secretary and trasurer, T. II. Me
Murry being appointed to fill that of
flee on account of the secretary resign
tin Saturday afteruoni. from three
to five-thirty. Mr. II. 1. Slade enter
tained at three tables of ''itHf in honor
of her mother. Mrs. Wielcrshaui. After
the game a delightful tw course menu
consisting of salad course and coffee.
followi-d by ice cream, gtrnished with
strawlerri'. and nabiscos, wa served.
pink roe and branch it honeysuckle
decorated each plate. Tie guests were
Mesdame C. T. Bonduraif, W. IS. Am-N-rg.
II. X. CowiriH. Sr.. Xim Walker.
J. T. Stephens. T. T. Kvayne. It. It.
Coffee, C. M. Reynold. J M. Hubbard.
J. Mack Held and Mis Frank Reid.
Mrs. Wickercham. who las leen visit
ing her ilaughter, Mrs. Made, for the
past month, coming herefrom Llnciln,
Nebraska, exjHH t to lean this coming
week for her new home n St. Peters
Hickman fans will mon than likely
get to enjoy some splend9 ball game
this summer, or during th ball season.
An arrangement has Ufnmaile by the
Fulton Club whereby the lickman ball
park will Ik used for Sunoty game by
the Kitty League. The litty League
no nmrcnnliMl this snris? and hiis
eight good strong teams, and two of
these teams will piay nai nere prac
tically every Sunday, with-eek games
On account of the mudv condition
of the park last Sunday the game
scheduled to l? played neretetween the
Dversburg team and "the Ing Haired
Fellows" had to le called off. The
games played around this section by
these sons of the House of avid have
been good games.
Hugh Cooper, of Mnskogei Okla.. is
here the guest of his sister, Irs. Mar
garet Reid. Mr. Cooper wasreared in
this vicinity and is well know to many
Hickman people, but this ishis first
visit back here for twenty-on years.
Major Hnffstetter. who wasient here
from Memphis during the leee fight,
is the first aid to Major Ke. Major
Kerr, is the government eniueer In
charge of this district.
ST. Pl'IAS CHURCH.
Rev. W. F. Reunvnberg, Rector.
Fourth Sunday after Faster, May 14.
Holy Kucharixt, S a. m.
Church School, U :45 a. m.
Holy L'ucharist and Sermon, 11a. m.
Preacher, the Rt. Rev. Chas. K. Wood-
cock. I. !., LL. I).. Bishop of Kentucky.
evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30 p.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend all services.
Mrs. Mary Barbour has returned from
the bedside of her mother near May
field, who lias l.een critically ill for
Am now taking orders for flowers for
Mother's Day. Miss Frank ve Ik-id
J. A. Tucker, a barber at the O. K.
BarUrshop and Miss Nellie Mai Bos
tick, daughter of T. M. Bostick, of Hen
ry, Tenn.. were united in marriage Sun
day afternoon at the residence of Judge
Chas. D. Nugent, the judge performing
the ceremony. They were accompanied
by Chas. Grey and wife. The couple
are now residing at the Price House.
Mrs. Henry Clay wenf to Louisville
Sunday, returning Wednesday. She
was accompanied home by her sister,
Mrs. Ola Coulter, who has been in a
sanitoriuni there the past seven months.
Mis'. Coulter is greatly Improved in
health and will spend a few weeks here
N-fore returning to her position in
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