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Christian Men And Women Lead
By Rev Newsom Seek Greater
tReligious Activity In The City
The revival in progress at the M E
church South is attracting more
attention and arousing more interest
than any similar meeting in this city
H several years It is not merely a
Methodist revival but a general reviv
al The Christian men and women of
the city intended that it shall be such
and are assisting Rev J T Newsom
who is holding the services to make
it I such
Since Tuesday of last week Rev
Newsom has preachd twice daily at
280 oclock in the afternoon and 7
oclock in the evening and Sunday at
11 oclock also and he will continue
these services throughout the week
Large attentive congregations have
heard his sermons earnest plain
spoken and full of truths that find
ready entrance to the hearts of his
f hearers and implant there a desire for
t better living before the world
The work of awakening greater re
ligious activity among the people of
Cloverport is beingpudhed systemati
cally by Rev Newsom and the Chris
tian men and women of the city
especially the latter whom Rev New
som has been organi zing for the pur
pose of conducting a thorough canvass
from shop to shop store to store etc
in the interest of the revival amoLg
the men of the sit Special meetings
aro being arranged for the coming
week and there are other features
which will 1be found in the notes be
low intended to assist in making the
revival a success
Excellent music an d singing assist
materially in making the revival l a
success The singing is done by the
combined choirs of the Methodist
Presbyterian and Baptist churchesac
companled by the following musicians
b Misses Ida and Mannie White on the
r6rgan and piano and Messrs Geo
Hutohings of Trenton Ky and IVill
Mitchel of Elkton Ky on the slid
ing trombone and cornet At several
services Lilbon Smith violinvst has
assisted the other musicians
Rev IJewsom preached an excellent
sermon Sunday afternoon to young
man and young women
A ladies prayermeeticg is being
held every afternoon in the Sunday
school room at 2 oclock
This afternoon Rev Newsom will
preach at the Henderson Route shops
from 480 to 030 oclock to the em
ployes of the railroad
Sunday afternoon Rev ITewsom
will preach a sermon for men only
boys other fourteen to be excluded
Rev Newsom will preach on scientific
and psychological facts partaming to
the welfare of than
A special service for railroad men
and their families will be held by Rev
Newso m next Friday evening
i Tho attendance at the Monday even
ing service was the largest since the
beginning of the revival showing
that interest is rapidly growing Every
seat m tho rostrum church proper
and Sundayschool room was filled
One man present hadnt been in
church In seven years Thee were a
number of conversions
The invitation to attend the reviva 1
is cordially extended to all Hundreds
have heard one or more sermons and
no one can afford to miss an intellec
tual and spiritual treat like that which
is now afforded
T With leaders like Rev Newsom and
Rev King great work will DO done I
A Safe Cough Medicine For Children I
In buying a ough medicine for
children never be afraid to buy Cham
berlains Cough Remedy There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow It is especially valu
able for colds croup and whooping
cough For sale by Short A Haynes II I I
The following are the results of the
great revival in Louisville
Estimated number who joined
church Sunday 1000
Estimated total number who protess
ed faith Ip Christ 7000
Total number who signed cards
showing interest 12OQO
Number who heard one or more ser
mons during the two weeks 130000
Mrs Lydia Bandy wishes to express
her thanks to her many friends and
neighbors for loving acts of kindness
shown ner during the late illness and
death of her husband
Total Amount Of Taxable Wealth
Of County Is 385 869News
Of Interest At Hardinsburg1
Hardinsburg Ky Feb 28 Spe
cial County Clerk W F Hook has
completed the recapitulation of the
tax book for the year 1005 It Hhows
that the amount of taxable property
in the county is 3854809 This is
an increase over last rears list
which was 3702220 The raised
list as finally fixed by the Board of
Supervisors was 180000
The Cumberland Telegraph and
Telephone Co have granted to their
subscribers at this place the privilege
of using their wires to Irvington free
of charge This is due to the business
ability of their local manager C T
McClanahan who realized that a lib
eral polmy would increase the busi
ness of the company
Leslie Walker of Kirk has rented
a store roum in the Masonic Temple
where he will conduct a firstclass
bakery He will commence business
about the middle of March or the
first of April Mr Wultcer formerly
conducted a similar establishment at
Henry C Jolly the county surveyor
was ordered in the case of Ralph
Lucas on petition to relocate the
new read recently established running
from Buras to the Ouster road along
the line between T W Brown and
Steve Davis and W H Carman the
road to be located along the line as
indicated in J W Browns deed
Malcolm Dowell has purchased the
Ben HHrdin farm lying near Rosetta
of Richard Witt The consideration
was 2000
C L Hawkins has sold his farms
to Frank Fraizo of Oloverport pre
paratory t to moving to Nebraska
The trustees of the Baptist church
will remodel their church building
sometime in the early spring
The Masons expect to have Gov
Beckham and his stall present at
their picnic on June 10
In the county court Monday a
judgment for triO and costs was ren
dered against the estate of Daniel
Haynes deceased for back taxes
Mr J M Allen
lug E Jacob Street Louisville < Ky
says My wife has for some time
been troubled with rough hands and
tatter After using about onehalf bot
tle of Par camph thu trouble bus dis
appeared much to her satisfaction 1
u ed it also on my sore foot tender
trom much walking and it gave me
great relief Patacamph makesthe
skin soft smooth and healthy
Irvington Ky Feb 2Special
Tne missionary institute held here
on last Tuesday and Wednesday by
Rev PoV Duvali was a most inter
esting occasion The addresses and
discussions were helpful and inspir
ing The womans meeting on Wed
nesday afternoon vas presided over
by Miss Tola Daniel who presented
the work in the foreign field and Miss
Ada Lewis who gave an exhaustive
account of the home mission work
A womans home missionary society
was organized with thirteen mem
Jno Bowmer an old and highly re
spected negro died Monday morning
athis home on the Stephensport road
several miles from town Death was
due to senility and a complication
A wife and several chlldern survive
The funeral was held yesterday
Garfield Ky Feb 28Special
Mrs Steve Davis who had been ill
of consumption for nearly a year died
Feb 21 and was buried here She
leaves a husband fopr children a
father two brothers three and sisters
Mr and Mrs H A Oelze were called
to Leitchfield Monday afternoon by a
telegram announcing the death of H N
Adams who was killed in an explosion
Mr Adams was a brotherinlaw ot Mr
Gondo Switzerland Feb 24fier
cing of the Simplon tunnel through
the Alps was competed at 720 o clock
this morning The work was com
menced in 1805
Work was begun over seven years
ago The Swiss and Italian govern
ments jointly financed the undertaking
share and share alike at the cost of
Wickliffe Dellaven Of This City
To Be Married To Miss Mattie
Clyde Bonner Of Mexia Texas
Wickliffe DeUaveti the popular and
well known Henderson Route engi
neer of this city will re married to
Miss Mattie Clyde Bonner ot Mexia
Texas tomorrow morning at 10
oclock The ceremony will be per
formed at the home of the brides
parents Mr and Mrs W E Bonner
at Mexia At noon tomorrow Mr ana
Mrs DeHaven will leave Mexia for
a bridal trip to Houston New Or
leans Mobile Pensacola and other
s athern points About Morcn 10
they will leave for this city where
they will maku their home
Mr DeHavens approaching mar
riage is a genuine surprise to his
friends who bad no intimation of
his engagement to Miss Bonner until
the invitations to the wedding were
received Mr DeHaven met Miss
Bonner m September 1003 when she
was the guest rf Miss Ethel Oelze
Miss Bonner graduated from Jessa
mine Institute at Nicholasville Ky
but also attended college at George
town where she met Miss Oelze Cor
respondence followed the first ac
quaintance of Miss Bonner and Mr
DeHaven List year in the spring
and in the fall Mr DeHaven made
two visits to Miss Bonner at her home
at Mexia but ostensibly and as nis
friends thought he went on hunting
trips to tie Southwoit and their en
gagement followed
Mr DeHaven has been with the
Henderson Route for about thirteen
years and has been one of its most
capable engineers He has many
friends nere and at other points in the
o ounty Miss Bonner is well remem
bered here as an attractive and charm
ing young lacy
Tarfork Ky Feb 2SSpecial
Tarfork local union No 1 A S of E
met at Tarfork Saturday evening The
meeting was presided over by O W
Elmore Chairman and E E Hook
Secretary Dennie Sherran C L Goff
and J N Chaucellor gave a very inter
esting talk each on the subjects of rais
in tobacco corn and potatoes The
lodge is in good working order It has
an etiiollment of about thirtylive mem
bers representing about 125000 pounds
of good tobacco which is held strictly
for three eights
Mr Buyer you would do exceedingly
well to see Denuie Suerrau Chas
Tabelitig and W H Robbins These
are the three men appointed by the
lodge to sell this tobacco
An Associated Press dispatch from
Cincinnati says The big deal to
corner the whit burley tobacco crop of
1901 has been declared offand the
efforts of the promoters of the Growers
Association will be concentrated on
these three lines Aiding Secretary
Garfield of the Bureau of Corporations
iu the investigation of the Tobacco
Trust proposed in a resolution by Re
presentative Kehoe of Kentucky lay
ing plans for keeping the farmers band
ed together to corner the crop of 1905
keeping the farmers from getting pan
icky and urging them to send their
crops to the Cincinnati market where
independents will have the same oppor
tunity as the trust lot bidding thus
maintaining prices
C M Smith one of the proprietors
of the Brandenburg Distilling Company
aud sole owner of an apple brandy dis
tillery at Andyville Ky was arrested
at the office of United States Marshal
A D James today on a charge of carry
ing on the business of a distiller with
intent to defraud the United States of
the tax on spirits distilled
Mr Smith is a partner of Thomas J
Greenwell who was arrested in Collect
or Crafts office several weeks ago on a
similar charge
The bond has not been fixed Smith
will be tried on the charge named above
at the coming term of the Federal Court
which begins on March 13 Mondays
Louisville Post
Washington Feb 23 Without a
dollar being added or subtracted the
River and Harbor Appropriation bill
passed the House today after the ses
sion had run well into the evening
The total amount carried by the bill
is 17234657
Democratic Committee Meets Next
ittondayiMay Call PrimaryLott
Favored By Many Republicans
Hardinsburg Ky Feb 28Spe
mal Chairman Thomas JMoore has
issued a call convening the county
committee of tho Democratic party
or Monday March 0 for the purpose
of fixing the time place and manner
cf nominating the candidates for the
various county olHo 3 More candi
dates office have entered the arena
than were anticipated and it is pos
sible that the committee may order
a primary though the party organiza
tion hopes tn avoid this necessity At
any rate the town will be full of can
didates and thelrfrienas next Monday
and a lively time is predicted
Many prominent Republicans in this
counts favor the nomination of the
Hon John Y Lott of Lewisport as
the candidate for State Senator They
argue that the claims of Hancock
county ought to be recognized Mr
Lott ie a gentleman of fine appearance
and genial manners and is said to be a
splendid stump speaker Party leaders
I generally throughout the district think
there is good chance to elect the nom
ineeand they expect to conduct a vig
orous campaign The nomination will
probably be made sometime in the
early summtr
Indianapolis Feb 25R K Miller
an attorney in the Baldwin block has
been arrested here for a charge ot per
jury The Sentinel says the arrest was
made on an affidavit sworn to by
William Smith who claims that Mil
ler swore fairly to a marriageaffida
vit that permitted Smiths daughter
I to marry John T Cowles a student
at the Central College of Physicians
and Surgeons
The youug people secured a license I
Monday afternoon and were married
by Justice Stout The next day Smith
wfcnt to the County Clorks office and
it is said was assured that Miller had
vouched to the statement that the
girl was of marriageable age
Miller declares that this is not the
case and that he vas a mere witness
to the granting of the license
Mr Miller was formerly 01 this city
and county attorney
By the Tonic Route
The pills that acts as a tonic and not
as a drastic purgeare DeWitts Little
Early Risers Tbey cure Headache
Constipation Biliousness AtC Early
Risers are small easy to take and
a safe pill MacK Hamilton hotel clerk
at Valley City k D says Two
bottles cured me of chronic constipa
tion Sold by All Druggists
Washington Feb 2iWhen Rep
resentative Trimble presented Jack
China to President Roosevelt this
morning the strenuous Executive was
more than delighted Jol Chinn
said he was aI BryanRoos velt Dem
onrat and the President laughed all
overhand showed more than the usual
number of teeth He allowed his
other callers wait a few minutes
while he and the Kentuckian chatted
Col Chinn says Bryan and Roosevelt
are the greatest men in the country
Notice is hereby given that there has
been established and is now existing I
in the city of Cloverport Breckenridge I
county and stateof Kentuckya corpor I
atiun the name of which is the Clov
erport Water Light Ice Company
and that orocess may be had on said
corporation in any suit that may be
brought within the state of Kentucky
by service of the same on Marion
Weatherholt its president or in the
event of his necessary absence from
Breckenridge county then upon A L
Fort vice president
Done at Cloverport Ky this 18th
day of Feb 1005
R L Oelze Seoty
Cloverport Water Light x Ice Co
Smith Duncan ace fifty died last
Friday morning of cancer of tne head
after a lingering illness of several
years He was a son of the late Pnllo
Duncan and was born and reared
here He was abrother of Mrs R B
Pierce and Henry Duncan
The funeral was hell Friday after I
noon the interment being at the Mur
ray graveyard
Col Lafe Green ot Falls of Rough
was here dunday
Home Made
Have your cake muffins and tea bis
cuit homemade They will be fresher
cleaner more tasty and wholesome
Royal Baking Powder helps the house
wife to produce at home quickly and eco
nomically fine and tasty cake the raised
hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer
cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and
muffins with which the readymade food
found at the bakeshop or grocery does
not compare
compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps
Equity Tobacco Warehouse Alan
Will Come Here From Daviess
Hancock is FirmOther Notes
The Owensboro Inquirer stated last
week taut President Dunn of the
Davi < ss county union of the Ameri
can Society of Equity had received
word from Ohio Hancock and Mc
Lean counties that a very large quan
tity of tobacco from these counties
will be sent to Owensboro and stored
there an advance of 4 1 a hundred
pounds to be made to the growers on
the warehouseman described in I the
News last week In this connection
the Inquirer says Inquiries are also
coming from Breckenndge countyand
nest week a man will be sent to that
county to solicit totacco The four
cbunties namel produce a certain class
ottobacco which in different from
that of any other section of the dark
district and the ontrol of it would
put the society in a position of in
The Hancock county union of the
American Society of Equity has adopt
ed the following icsolution
Whereas the member of the A
S ct E are thoroughly determined
to sell their tobacco for three eights
or not sell it all and
Whereas Our sister county of Hen
derson has appointed a committee to
confer with the counties of Webster
Union and Daviess upon a proposition
to scale the price a small fraction
therefore be it
Resolved That we are opposed to
taking any backward steps and that
the member of the A Sof E of Han
cock county Ky dn hereby implore
the above named counties to stand
pat on three eights
In the House Judiciary Committee
Saturday D H Smith called up the
Kehoe Tobacco Trust resolution and
but for the absence of one Democratic
member it would have been tavorably
reported to the House The vote was a
tie and as a compromise it was de
cided tht Mr Smith should confer
with the Attorney General and if
that official offers no objections the
resolution will be favorably reported
The buyers ot the tobacco trust and
the people who still doubt tnat the
farmers can stick together said dur
ing the recent cold weather that
plenty of tobacco would oe sold and
delivered as soon as there was a tobac
co season The damp weather following
the cold spell made a tobacoo season
and much tobacco was put in shape
for the iiiaaket but practically none
Is being delivered to tno disappoint
m eat or the buvers
We wish to extend to our many
friends and neighbors our sincere
thanks for their many acts of kind
ness and sympathy during the illness
and death of my husband
Mrs Jane Bauham and family
Raymond Ky
Bern tho1ha Kind You Hav8 AIwajs Bough
8lenntnre of
Burglars Steal Four Watches
At W B Oelzes Store Find
Depot Cash Drawer Is Empty
Burglars entered W B Oelzes mus
ic and jewelry store and the Hender
son Ronte passenger depot Monday
night Mr Oelze found four watches
missing yesterday morning but noth
ing was missing at the depot Three
watches were left in tLe place from
which the tour were taken and a jug
i of whiskey was unmolested at the de
pot It is evident that the burglars
were in a hurry or Dad a fine sense of
just what and how much they want
edor probably both
Entrance to each play + e was gained
by breaking in a window A hole
large enough for a mans arm and
shoulder was knocked in a show win
dow at the jewelry store There were
seven watches and several handsome
clocks in the window The four best
watches were stolen and the face of
a clock shattered At the depot a rear
window was smashed in and the cash
drawer was rifled but this had been
emptied the day before as usual by
Agent Ferry Both burglaries were
committed it is supposed some time
alter 12 oclock
Early yesterday morning Marshal
DeHaven had bloodhounds on the
scenes of the burglaries but obtained
no clew as to the idenity of the win
dow Hinashers It is believed by
some that they were committed by
one or more of the tramps who have
been about town the past week If this
was the case the guilty parties no
doubt escaped on a night freight
Irvington Ky Feb 28Special
Mr and Mrs Sam Payne announce
the marriage of their daughter Eula
to Maurice E Gilbert of Murray
Ky March in Tho wedding will be
n home affair as only pear relatives
of the bride and groom will oe pre
MilledgevilJe Ky Jan 1 1901
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