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BIG 8ANDT KKWS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
FROM MANY STATES
Important Newe Ge.Oorl
Benefit of Our
Geo. E. P. Alexander. noted
Confederate soldier and writer, died
at Savannah. Ua.
Twenty thousand Alabama coal
miners got an Increase of 5 per
cent U wage May 1.
William Addams of Cynthlana.
has announced he will seek the
democratic nomination for Cover
John W. Kern has formally ac
cepted the nomination for United
States Senator tendered him by the
Indiana Democratic convention last
The Confederate reunion at Mo
bile was brought to a Cose with a
parade, In which 15.000 veterans
took part In the evening the
Scenes of Mardi Qru week were re
enacted. The union miners in the Pitta
burg soft coat district will return
to work Monday, an agreement hav
ing been reached at Pittsburg Sat
D. .1. M'Oann, agent of the
Li-uisvlllo and. Nashville railroad at
Midway, committed suicide by shoot
tng. He was a borther of First
Baseman McOann of the Milwaukee
American Association baseball team
' After deciding to Indorse a ca:idl-
date for United States Senator, the
Indiana Democratic State convention
nominated John W. Kern on the
third ballot. Mr. Taggart, who with
drew on the third ballot, says he
is pleaded with the rM
It is said that a very large pro
portion of the young chickens hateh-
. ed out this spring are roosters
Wher the news of Democratic vic
tories begin to come In this fall
there will be occupation for all of
v lUw-m. Winchester Democrat
Deputy Marshal William Mays
charged with murder, was acquitted
in the United States District Court
'' at Richmond, because no one was
present lu court to prosecute him
Mays killed a moonshiner by the
name of Beard a year ago, while
attempting to arrest him.
Maysvllle. Ky., April 30. Jesse
Blythe, of Rlghtsvllle, O., was found
" alongside the Chesapeake ana unio
railroad tracks below this city to
day mangled almost beyond recog
n'.Uon, an arm and leg off and
large hole In his head. He went ot
sleep on the track. His Injuries are
Ruth Bryan Leavitt will be mar
ried at Falrview, Neb., on Tuesday
Beit to Reginald Owen, of the Brit
ish Royal engineers. It Is said Mrs.
Leavitt met her fiance In Colorad
- late last summer. He is 26 years
' old. She has two children, who are
the pride of their grandfather, Hon.
W. J. Bryan.
Charles A. White, ai Democrat-
Ic member of the Lower House
the Illinois Legislature, In a sworn
A Mother Sent Her Son
to the Store for Change
M. G. Waton,Preg.
Aug. Snyder, V.I'reg.
G. E. Kurireiw.
from Abroad tor the
statement said he had been bribed
to vote for William Lorrlmer for
United States Senator during the
recent deadlock of that Legislature
He said he was paid 11.000 and a
divvy ot 1900 "Jack pot," All the
persona named In the White state
ment deny the story in toto.
Members of the bar of the Su
preme Court of the- United States
held a meeting in the court at
the Capitol in Washington and paid
tribute to the memory to the late
Justice Brewer. The Justices of the
court were present
It Is stated In Washington that
there is positive assurance Mr. Bry
an will not be a candidate tor Sen
ator from Nebraska, and the reason
given is that he is pledged to stay
out ot local Nebraskan contests be
Whltesburg, Ky. April 29. Grant
Clonlnxer a Bauttst minister of
the upper Cumberland River section
has become almost suddenly Insane
and will be committed to the East
ern Kentucky Insane Asylum as
soon as arrangements can be made.
Walton, Ky., April 28. The Rev
James W. Rogers, Grand Chaplain
of the Kentucky Masonic Grand
Lodge, died suddenly at his home
here this morning while seated in a
chair. He had been ill for some
time with grip. Heart failure was
the Immediate rauso of death.
He was fifty-six years of age and
a native of Napoleon, Gallatin coun
ty. He was never married.
Whltesburg. Ky.. Rpril 28. The
Jury in the W. R. Holcomb murder
case, after deliberating since yester
day afternoon, returned a verdict
this morning giving him eight years
in the penitentiary.
Holcomb killed Isaac Huff, a mer
chant, at Poor Fork, in Harlan coun
ty, July 12, 1908, and the case was
transferred here on change of venue
Kentucky was employed in the case
Sharpsburg, Ky., April 28 News
has been received here that James
Maze, son of J. W. Mate, a promi
nent farmer of this county. was
sandbagged" yetesrday In Cincinnati.
He was on his way to visit friends
at Mlddletown. Ohio.
He had (105 In his pocket at the
ousness his money was all gone. The
police of Cincinnati are working on
the case, but as yet nothing has
been heard of the robbers.
I-exington, Ky., April 30. To
stop the vandalism of curio hunt
ers a gigantic stone Image of Hen
ry Clay, which for half a century
has topped a shaft 100 feet high
In the Lexington cemetery, was low
ered today and burled near the
mausoleum containing the bodies
ot the statesman and his wife.
The statue was broken by light
ning seven years ago and since
then almost every visitor who has
climbed to the shaft has taken
away a bit ot the figure as a sou
venir. A new statue is being sculp-
ofltured at the cemetery and it Is ex-
pected that It will be ready for un-
She gave him a ten-dollar bill, and
told him to get one five In change
one dollar In small piece, The -merchant
gave the boy a five-dollar
bill, four ones, a half and two quar
ters. On the way home the buy
lust a quarter. It cost 29 centijto
get the 910 bill changed. A check'
lng account would have saved till
trouble and loss. Ask us about the
advantages of a checking account.
We'll cheerfully explain. .
J. F. Hackworth.
F. H. Yates
Dr. L. H. York
R. L. Vinson
veiling on July 4.
Parla. Ky., April 2 i. Petitions
were presented to the City Council
from a large number ot cltlieor
complaining of the laxtty.ahown by
the Government census enumerators.
The Council empowered the Mayor
to appoint reliable clUsent to make
X house-to-house canvass of the city
and report all omissions made by
the enumerators. It has been a
sourre of general complaint that
the census work here has been very
They are drilling for gai at Car
lisle and are preparing to go at it In
the vlclulty ot Maysvllle. It Is a
well demonstrated fact that we
have pelnty of gas underlying this
section and tt should be utilized.
With natural gas this city would
make rapid growth and could Inaug
urate manufacturing Industries at
present impracticable on account of
the high cost of fuel.
Fifty acres ot land waa the consid
eration received by Ernest Blbbeo,
aged twenty-five, a farmer ot Wood
county, in return for marrying Mrs
Nancy Jane Pierce, sixty-five a
widow. At the samo time the mar
riage license was secured by Blbbee
to marry Mrs. Pierce, he recorded a
deed from her for the land, which
provided that It was deeded him as
a consediratlon of his marriage to
her, but she retains , a .life Inter
est In the property. The couple
went to an attorney and had the
document drawn up In In legal form
before they proceeded to the clerks
office to secure a marriage license.
New York, April 30. The first
general Impression of a very rich
and very sincere Christian young
man of the total misery and hor
ror of the underworld's mostj sordid
Institution white slavery will re
sult In the expenditure of a for
tune to wipe out traffic not only In
America, but In the wide world
John D, Rockefeller, Jr., the head
ot the special grand Jury which con
ducted the white slave Investigation
here, Is so appalled and horror-
stricken at the revelations here
and international ramifications ot
the system that he Is determined to
wipe It out He said today he
would spend any amount of money
to do this, and he Is backed In his
determination by his father, John
D. Sr., the world' richest man.
Wlnchester, Ky., April 2. To
morrow Is the last law for taking
the census In this city, and unless
the time Is extended thousands of
the people will be left out The
directors ot the Commercial Club
took twelve books at random today
and found more than 1,000 names
On many streets no enumerator
had appeared. Some of the agents
have done their work well and oth
era very badly. The same state of
affairs prevails In the county, and
in some precincts little or nothing
has been done. Appeals to the su
pervisor have been In vain, and the
Commercial Club told both Senators
the member in Congress from thl
district and the head of the Census
Bureau to secure more time aqd
Frankfort Ky.. April 29." The
Court ot Appeals today affirmed the
case of the Foater-MUburn Com
pany against Col. Jack P. Chlnn
irom Mercer, the Judgment below
being for $2,000 damages for pub
lishing Col. Chlnn't picture' In con
nection with a patent medicine ad
vertisement, This Is the second
time the case has been to the Court
The firm which manufactures
certain brand ot kidney pills, pub
lished a flattering testimonial to
the efficacy of the medicine, purport
lng to have been made by Col. China
Col. Chlnn then brought suit for
damages at Harrodaburg, claiming
that he had never given such a
testimonial, alleging further that
he not only had never heard of the
medicine, but had never had occa-
caslon during his strenuous life to
resort to any specif lc for kidney
trouble, with which he bad never
Bluefleld, W. Va April 30. As a
result of an attempted criminal at
tack upon Mrs. Kemp Chariton, a
highly respected woman at Narrows,
W. Va., by Luther Hale, a colored
youth 21 years old, last night, mob
is being organized and It Is the
general belief that the negro will
be lynched before daybreak Sunday.
. Hale haa been doing general chore
work for the Charlton family.
Lust night he entered the bed
room of Mrs. Chariton, and grabbing
her by the thoat attempted a crim
inal assault by throwing her on the
bed. She broke away, however,
screaming at the top of her voice
and making a frantic race for help.
Her criet attracted the attention of
neighbors and a band of pursuers
at once started on the trail of the
negro, who, after a chase of three
So Tired '
K may be from overwork, but
the chances are Its front aa In
active LIVER. . , ,
- W ith a well conducted LIVER
oae can do mountains of labor
It adds a hundred per cent to
MM earning capacity.
It can be kept In healthful action
by, and only by
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
hours, waa captured In the moun
tains about seven miles distant aad
After a brief preliminary bearing
before a Narrows Justice he. was
held to answer the charge before
the grand Jury, and In default of
bond was lodged In the county Jail
at Pearisburg. ;
The lynching eenttiueaL-t strong
and a posse heavily armed Is pre
paring to move upon the County
Jail. The authorities have been ad
vised as to the formation of the
lynching party and the Jail la now
surrounded by a strongly armed
Washington, April 30. Twice
since the Republican revolt against
Speaker Cannon has been making
progress Representative John W.
Langley ot Kentucky has voted with
the Insurgents. The first time
poslti.iu to ma air h prlr'-.d
the t'umparkor ce,uu ame-.dp.enl
n n in. tndar lost vVedne.U This
fisht tided In the overtli.ov of
C'umon on March 1), but Lunglry
rtt regular throughout the renialu-
r -if this engagement
oirrday he voted avuli.ti i lit-
II or' organisation tor thi Mmllu
a iieudment to the rt'iJxU bill,
.uh provided for a phniuil valu
ation . of railroads. Tula was car
ried against the regulars, and Is
considered a victory for the public.
Langley'a two withdrawals from
the regular camp have been the
subject ot comment, but the reason
for hi occasional Inusrgency la only
that the Tenth-district Republicans
are really hostile to Cannon.
Representatives Bennett and Ed
wards, the other two Kentucky Re
publicans, are severely regular be
cause their districts are unanimous
ly for the House organisation. But
Langley has on several- occasions
found that his district la Just the
distance from the brink to the bot
tom ot being howling Insurgent ter
ritory. Aa a result ot sleeping with his
mouth open George Davenport liv
ing near Orangeburg, aMwm county
waa bitten on the tongue Saturday
night at a local hotel by an insect
which caused the tongue to swell so
that he waa unable to talk or swal
Judge W. Con Bell, ot Harrods
burg, was Instantly rilled and Mrs.
Bell and sixteen otiiert. were Injur
ed in a trolley wre.-k near Seattle.
Wash., last night. M rs. Bts. Ball s
skull Is crushed ami she It not ex
pected to live. ,
A select line of books and t'ing
axlne at Conley' store.
It's Easy to
"I use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
Pills (or Neuralgia, LaGrippe
and all pains. I don't intend
to be without them, for I find
ready relief in them for every
thing 1 use them tor.
MRS. L. F. MILLER,
120 W. 6th St., Davenport, la,
"In my family Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills are used for
headache, colic and other
pains, and always give relief
at once, k
TIIOS. R. FOWLER
R.D. No. .1, Dunn. N. C.
Sold bV druggists svtrywhsre, who
m authArlzfT to return erloo ol
Eaelcig If they tll to Dnm.
IILSS MEDICAL CO, Elkhlrt, Ind.
'Al -LrTy TAKI ONt
T OF THKtt
r 1 T LITTLE
l hi Ml"'1 ' AND THE
FARMS FOB SAIL
OHIO FARMS FOR SALE.
100 acres, TO Urol lsnd, cleared,
on good pike, plenty good water the
year round; 0 room frame house,
almost new; 1 stock barn, tool shed,
sheep barn, hen house, wood shed
and cow stable, all la good condi
tion, plenty good fence, about 12000
rods woven wire feme built In las:
two years. Close to good school and
church. Price 140 per acre. One
half cash, balance terms to suit
100 acres, (0 level, 60 cleared.
Close to school and church; t wells
and plenty running water; 1 five
room dwelling, tenant house, barn,
tool shed, stock shed, straw shed.
1 corn crlbe, bog house, hen house,
smoke houm, uiilk house and plenty
best ot fence. Aa Ideal grain and
stock farm. Wants to settle up an
estate. Price 127.60 per acre.
tS acres, 20 acres level, balauce
rolling; TO acres cleared. Well wat
ered, with live wells and runnlna
water. One J -room dwelling, large
Darn, I snop nouses. 1 granerlea, 1
smoke house, I milk house: well
fenced. It acres In corn, 10 acres
In meadow. It acres woodland, bal
ance In pasture. A Cood sheen and
poultry farm. Will sell farm, crops
and about S ton of timothy hay for
il.ooo If told in the next 10 days.
104 acres, St acres level, balance
roiling; log bouse, good barn and
other buildings. Price tltot.
40 acres, mostly rolling. In edge
of small town ot (our stores, three
churches and two schools. Good
buildings, good fence, plenty of
water and splendid good . land
An Ideal farm for all purposes.
10 acres, fine level land, good frame
dwelling, new barn 24x40 feet, cit
tern and never-falling well, plenty
running water. It acres under cul
tivation, 20 acres pasture, It acres
woods, balance meadow. Plenty of
nice timber; not au acre ot waste
land. On good pike, In best of
neighborhoods, new traction line
will paaa wltbltt one mile, oil and
gaa developments will soon begin.
Price 14500 If told at once.
All In easy reach of Chllllcothe,
on of the best market In Ohio. I
have plenty of others.
For particulars call on or addrnaa
. JOHN it. PRESTON,
Room I Wetdeman Block.
FARM FOR BALK.
IIS acres, Big Blaine. 11 miles
west of Louisa, 4 or t acres level,
all the balance lays well tor culti
vation. 26 acre In grass. Old and
young orchards. Plenty of timber
for ue on place. Good log house.
box kitchen. Good barn and out
buildings and one tenant house.
Close to church, school, store and
pottoftlce. Apply to
M. F. CONLKx,, loulsa, Ky.
t0 acres, on Big Blaine, II miles
west ot Lou I st Irad pottotftre, 14
acres level, (0 acres cleared. Plenty
of timber to keep up the place. 12
acres In grass and clover. Small
apple orchard. New 4-room box
bouse; fairly good barn; extra good
wall; close to school and church,
good neighborhood; on county road
Apply U H. F. Conley, Louisa, Ky
FARM Full SALE.
I have for tale a farm of Tl
acre, with good improvements; 3
foot vein of coal, with two banks
open. . Thlt farm la located on Hew
lett Branch, 4 miles from Louisa, 1
mile from railroad. Part bottom
land, plenty of timber for farm pur
poses; 40 bearing apple tree and
50 young peach trees, within one-
halt mile of free school. For furth
er Information at to price call or
writes M. F. CONLEY, Louisa, Ky
FARM FOII 8ALK.
A farm of 192 acre, all tillable
acre bottom. 75 acres cleared
rest in timber. This Is an excellent
piece ot land and will show for It
self for corn, small grain or grass.
More than 140 acre suitable for
meadow. Good 4-room bouse, near
ly new; fine well In yard. This farm
Is located miles south or Louisa
one mile from C. A 0. railroad and
Big Bandy river, on mala road and
tree Rural Mall route.
MONT HOLT, Louisa, Ky.
A Terr desirable piece of real
estate In lower Louisa that contains
about four acres, beautiful location
for nice suburban home 'or can be
cut Into building Iota; 200-foot front
on the railroad make it an Ideal
location for manufacturing site; the
price are right but you must buy
before the oil boom strikes town.
Inquire of the Big Bandy Newt
for further particulars.
Two acres of land In Hubbards-
town, W. Vs.. on Big Sanay river,
N. A W. R. R.. two dwell-
inF hmiaM and one (tore house 40
x22 feet, all new; good cellar and
cistern and a good wen ciots;
hi enal house and other outbuild
ings. Will sell cheap. For partic
ular call on or write W. R. Btroth
er, Hubbardatown. w. va.
FARM FOR BALE.
Best (arm of Ha sits near Louisa,
knnwn as the Loar and Beo farm;
heiow hrtdre: 189 acree, 40 acres
rli-h. hlrh bottom land, 20 acres
...rtn-.4 land. New (tve room
house, metal roof, weather boardad
and celled. One mile below bridge
i.. or v Call on or address
F, H. TAlxaa, IjOuum, w
FARM FOR BALK.
- i have a small farm for tale, with
a store house on It Will tell reas
onable. Oood location for goods.
Apply to W. M. WATSON,
. Ollovtlle, Ky.
MULES FOR BALE.
One pair of mare mule, black,
4 and 5 year old.
JOHN 0. BURNS, Louisa, Ky.
DR. ELBERT C. JENKS,
U Bank Block Cher R, T. Burn'
Permanently located In Louisa.
T. S. THOMPSON,
Attorney at Law.
Real Estate a Specialty. Real E
tate agent for Louisa and Lawrence
eounty. Will turnlsh abstract.
DR. A. P. BANFIELD,
In office II the time. Live la
office building. Practice Ear, Eye,
Nose and Throat
I have furnished rooms for pa
tient who have to remain (ot
treatment or operation.
Attorney at Law,
f Louisa, . Kentucky.
Collections la Eastern Kentucky,
flven special attention.
L. D. JONES, D. M. D.
Or flee over J. B. Cruteher store
Office hours from 1 a, m. to I p. m.
Own , Imm . bi, - "a
Policies secured by
Tb New York Underwriter
Agency baa a notable record at
a forty years honorable dealing
i wun uie ararlng poblle.
AH losses (a Baltimore eoalla-
a; (ration and elsewhere promptly
I settled and bald.
Tb Dixon, Moor tt Co. daa-
m age recently (attained was paid
, immediately, at are aU loses.
FARM FOR BALK.
211 sores oa Bandy river, twelve
mile south ot Louisa, It acres level
good e-rootn bouse and cood
barn. Call on or address
L. Border or Ellas Dutton.
George Creek, Ky. '
A LOCAL STOCK MARKET.
A market for the aale of cattle.
nff . nnAnatt Ualitv.lnv !, t
l 10, at my place at Fork of Catt
oaies every two vwu irom soove
dale. Convenient pons. Feed reas
onable. Bcale handy, , .
J. W. TOWL? j
Second-hand Typewriter foe; to.
W have for aale two tecol . land
typewriters for sale cheap. Oue It
a Smith Premier, the other an Oli
ver. Your choice for $2u. Apply
at the Big Sandy Newt office.
Baw-mlll rig. six-horse gasoline
engine and lathe machine, will tell
separate or together on easy term,
good note and security.
H. u. HUWaVAN.
FOR BALE One two-story, five
room house la Louisa, near C. A O.
treignt uepot. at. c, vtsniEi i.
Augusta, Ky., May 2. The large
tobacco barn of George H. McKlb
ben, wUhln one-halt mile of the
city limits of Augusta, was destroy
ed by fire at 1:30 o'clock thlt
morning. The barn contained be
tween 6,000 and 7,000 pounds of
..!.. w whl,.h hail nnt been nooled.
Wttch Repairing done by an ex
pert at Conley't Store. .,
Make a email deposit only,
and we tend the VICTOR to
Then $1 a week pays the
It't easy that way, Come
and atk ut (or particulars.
' Louisa, Kentucky.