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Big Sandy News
aiered at the postofflce at Louisa,
' m second-class matter.
A cabinet officer who can strain his
conscience sufficiently to say "What,
'ever the President sayi Is right," la
certainly the w rong Sir. Wright.
ember Keatscky Press Association.
NINTH D1ST1ICT PIBLISHEIS
Published every Friday by
M. F. CONLEY,
Editor and Proprietor.
TERMS: One dollar per year,
The Republican clubs of Washington
bare arranged for a Taft notification
Meeting and bare chosen a park
near the lty where ne&rot. are
i.ot allowed to enter. This action
be. still further estranged the color
At the meeting of the Democratic
State Campaign Committee held In
Louisville last Tuesday Robert ' U.
Phillips, of Ellzabethtown, was elect
ed secretary by a unanimous vote-
ADVERTISING RATES furnlahed Jud9 f "agr wa lec,ed tha,r:
FRIDAY, August 14, 1908.
man of the Speakers' Bureau, aud
. It was voted to name a campaign rhat
nan la every county in the State.
' Some of these were named aud cth
era will be named at later meetings.
GOOD DREAD o
"Vt bretd won't ndaa" a eeamoa
' complaint amoac hovaaaaapara. A
ahuroaainf loint, bill lhr't alwan
cum. Nun time mi ol ! U 0
account of tba Sour.
Dewey's Dest Flour
4om mr with aark caapliint. It
ya cu bk at all o eu bw
food luck with li. ll U Sour with
lit in U. Mada ot beat whMl. plump
(raina. round by aupanor proo
u. Tht nilUr thu awkm it knows
Try uck aa
what a dif araooo thara)
will ba in your bread
ptea mad eakaa Mil
haka day. Ordar Iron
your local daalar. - II
pa donu'l ban it. fee
. will (at it ll you uk
him. . .
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8 Fine Tailored Suits.
W are closing out the remainder of our stock of fine tailored wool .ult. la a rarletr of U 1 1
. , 4 Ml-. Vrmrr suit la th lot WM bought ,k
sons prettiest eitecia ana tnmixea intue a- 7 u, j
.,, .ad .consent, the highest type of the art cf .ult construction. W offer la ad- ()
dltlou to 4 half-price reduction or all our summer suits extra special lots at the following price. -
$40.00 and $37.50 for $15.00
35.00 Suits for - 12.50
25.00 Suits reduced to 8.75
20.00 Suits reduced to 6.75
WILLIAM J. BRYAN,
For Vice President,
JOHN W. KERN,
For sale by. ;
D. J. MAYNARD, IJmltban.
JOHN H. PRESTON, Richardson.
PAAIOCIW IIAU'I on Tl .Ill- ,
A serious clash between Sheriff p-w" - ..v,.. ..u.m.
1 t r ti rws.no c..,.. ati.i
A fill IVUC, l UUKHU VUUU V , UU k?tal !
soldier, stationed at Ruttellvlllo took F S' THOMPSON. Webbvlll..
Place when Sheriff Rhea reached R K SPENCER, George. Creek.
Russellvllle with the negro Rufu, R &L CLEVEXGER. Overda. Ky.
Rrowder. The Sheriff reseated the ef
fort, ot the militiamen to surround
the prisoner, and when two soldiers
climbed on the seat of the cariiage,
The following resolutions present-
, threw them to the ground and the ed by the Committee appointed . to
Mr Bryan. Notification party last heelg (if (Ue .ehWe passed qw qm draft naolMoM exl)IJgltlng xh9
vvcuuvBuaj whs a xiioet. ueugnuui Hi-
lair, but some one must have let the
of the men. After the tegro had' sense ot the Institute upob various
Why Is It In Kentucky lynchlnps
they always hang a negro "on the
edge of town?" Macon News.
Because a town la which such thlnti
can be done fa "on, th'e edge," anr the
lagged edge at tSat.
The departure of Samuel Gompers
for Ohio, wKere he will speak on be
half of William Jennings Bryan, Is
taken as an Indication that the la
bor leaders intend to take an active
(art In the campaign-
Ken placed in Jail a conference was matters, were unanimously adopted:
re nee foun-
Blld fcoroHu null lh. f,.ll.Wln a..lii.
I - . .. .1 V t VfJ I....... I.MV . V. . .. ,., Q I.W.I
uuuuii) auiuun.iva nits esiauimneu. lions: .
momlnttion cat out of the bag, for the )llM K (wl cK, ., ,, to r. i ,..
..w oM.M.n i r.n, k ih,d by sheriff with Capts. Dan i We, the teachers of Lawre
ert President did not seem to be - R , x,pRrvAe .... at ' ,.-...,... .. -l
nnr-h .iimHuorl ' ' " l- "''
vblch peace between the civil
Writes, a correspondent: "Ohio is
certainly to be commended for the
way. . her laws are enforced. There's
to seining or shooting there out
ot season. In Kentucky everything
toes, even to killing the Governor,
and 'no question, asked.'"
I 1- That we most heartily appre-
For the third time in his political elate the kindness ot the people ot
career William J, Bryan was notl-! Louisa In opening their homes to
ted on Wednesday of his nonilna- us during this week. '
tlon for th Presidency of the Unit- j i. That we thank those to" whom
ed States by the Democratic par- we are indebted for the use of the
The notification ceremonies took ichool building and the plauo.
tlace on the grounds at the State Cap- j 3. That we thank the Superln
Itol at Lincoln, Neb., and were at- tendent for the selection of "! such,
tended by John W. Kern,, Sir. Bryan's t,ie instructors and his other erorts
n.nnlng mate; Norman E. Mack. t0 maKe tne institute pleant and
chairman of the Democratic Na'.lon- profitable. f '
a! Committee, and many other promi- 4. That we exte-od "our heartiest
pent Democrats. Congressman Hen- thanks to Mr. ' B. Haw. for bl
ry D. Clayton, who was chairman of helpfulness making our Institute
the convention at Denver which iaiant by bis services as
All new stock. All new etylea. These price, represent special let. attested from our stock andplac- ()
ed on sale at quick clearance price.. All other .ummer .ult. Including wash suit, at half-price. O
sescssccss HuiriiTOToisr, w.-va..ccc:cicj
o rUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
! Extra special values in muslin underwear will be a feature of the aecond floor ior this week and
I the values will appeal to every woman who takts the time to examine the showing. Value, and ta
: rlety in all the new and neat eftects and made from selected muslin, made In the best factories la
' the country. You will find atrip to the .tore will prove profits Me.
THE ANDERSON -NEWCOMB CO,
President McCrea, of the Pennsylva
ala railroad, has refused the Jeu:aud
f tovM of his directors that addi
tional men be put to work to brWijr ft" meeting of the various heods tute, and the part they took in the
wp the Republican prosperltvclalms,
and 'will on th nntrnv''lo nrr a.
loul4J00 men whose services are not
Welcome to. Senator Onion and
Capt. Garllck, of Texas, who have of
fered to whoop It up for the Dem
ocratic ticket- The names of these
two gentlemen are known from
3Talne to California. Louisville
They certainly do matoe a very
. 1 A t II I
piavru .ui. u 3 au iu uuuiiutiiiuii, ur- planlC
llvered the notification sieech to ir That we appreciate the en-'
which Mr. Brnan responded in ".'deavors of our instructors, Prof. G.
speech setting forth the issuc" -of m. Elam and Prof. J. B. McClure.to '
the Campaign. Mr. Bryan pa a mait8 the Institute profitable, and '
dinner to the Notlficat info 'Commit- the Me fanner In which they car-:
tee in the evenln.Clialrman Mack rie(j 0ut the programme. I
plans tale VTiicago for Lincoln . 6. That we appreciate the Inter-'
In the week, immediately at- est shown by visitors to our Insll-
MUST BELIEVE IT
When Well known Louisa People
Tell it so Plainly.
. . . ....tt. 1 ... . 1. . 1
by 'a representative cltlten ot Iiu- 1
Isa, the proof Is positive. You must
believe It Read this1 testimony.
Every backache sufferer, every man,
woman or child with any kidney trou
Uc will find profit in the reading.
John F. Stump, living in Louisa,
Ky., says: "1 have been troubled for
Mime time with kidney complaint. 1
I'sed a number of different remedies
and doctored with the best physi
cians, but Doao's Kidney I'flls Kave
me far more relief than any remedy
1 ever used- They proved of mark
ed benefit and acted Just as repre
sented in my case. The lameness
and soreness through my back dis
appeared. The trouble that existed
with the kidneys was corrected and
the kidneys were restored to their
Mules For Sale-
I have six mule, for sale. One
pan S year, old; weight about sou
pound, each. One .pan I and
year, old, weight about l.OuO pound,
each. Two yoke ot work oxen. Alt
well broken. Wll) sell cheap for cash.
or on time- A slow note prepared.
A Farm Wanted.
of the subcommittees 01 tne Demo- discussions.
cratlc National Committee, at which 7. That we most heartily thank
tentative plans for the campaign the programme committee and those tmuX common. X g,Tt this testl-
iu ue loriuumieu- who haa part on tne programme ior
- ' the excellent entertainment given
The campaign could offer no more
significant a feature than the New
fork World's decision to support Mr
Bryan for the Presidency, for there
has been no newspaper In the coun
try more persistent In its attacks up
on the Democratic leader. But there
are some thlngB which that newspa
per,' together with myriads of other
citizens who have heretofore been
lukewarm toward Mr. Bryan, cannot
. a: and. These things are champion
ed by the Republican party and em
bodied in Roosevelt and Taft. And
0 the World, nauseated by the Repub
lican menu , turns hopefully and
fcladly to the Democratic side. It
aees in Mr, Bryan a chance for a clean
round and patriotic -Government -a
square deal In practice and not mere
ly by pretense. And the way the
World feels about it Is the way mll-
1 Son. 6t other independent voters feel.
Day by day, then, the Nebraskan's
prospects look) up.
Singling out the County Judge and on Wednesday evening.
the County Attorney of Bracken g. That we condemn the use of
county, Gov. Wlllson accuses them tobacco and Intoxicants in any
of a most shameful disregard of their form.
oaths to perform their dirty to the j 9. That it Is the sense of this In
ptople, In a statement he makes pub- fc,jtute that the public schools of
lie explaining his remission of the!the State are the means by which
State's part of a fine assessed a- t, nlay ma),e the moBt rapid pro
gainst Walnrlght Lee for breach of gre(jg i many lines.
tie peace In BraclCen county. The 10. That we endorse the new
Governor depicts the conditions that gehool law, believing that its thor
prevall In that county as dlrelul In ough testing will prove Its merits,
the extreme, owing to what he says . u. Ttlat ,e endorse the School
is the open sympathy of these offl- improvement League and will do all
cials with the night riders and their lB our power t0 carry out its prlucl
fallure to protect the lives and pieg.
liberties of the people as they are 12. That we hear'lly endorse, and
required under the law to do. No 1 appreciate the Southern School
tionial in behalf of those suffering
fiom the same disease."
For sale by all dealers. Price
6'J cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buf
falo, New York, aole agent." for the
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
I bare an Inquiry for a good farm
having a comfortable residence and
good orchard on It Would prefer qua
ity rather than quantity. Those bar
ing farm, for sale will do well to
write me at once, giving full descrip
tion, price, number of acre, level,
kind ot bouse, and all Particulars that
would Interest a buyer. Prefer a
place within easy reach of Louisa.
M. F. CONLEY.
To subscriber, of the Kentucky
Normal College fund: A call for SO
per cent ot the amount due on your
subscription 1. hereby made.due and
payable August IS, 1908. G. A. Nash,
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE Cl'REO
by local applications, a. they caanot
rvaco the disrated portion ot the car.
There I. ouly one way to cure 4oaf
dmi, and that la by constitutional
remedies. Deafness 1. caused by aa
Inflamed condition ot the mucosa
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube I. Inflamed you hart a am
bling sound or Imperfect bearing,
and a hen ills la entirely closed, deaf
ness Is the result, and unles the In
flammation ran be taken out anl
this tube restored to It. normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed tor
ever; nine Case, out of tea art caused
by Catarrh, which 1. nothing but aa
Inflamed condition of the mucous sur
We wilt give one hundred dollarn
for any case of dentate, (caused
catarrh) that cannot be cured
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send tor cir
culars free. F. J. Cbenney Ca
Toledo, Ohio, gold by druggist. c
Take Hall. Family Pill, tor constipation.
Well-flttlnf, stylish bprlng Clon
ing for men, young men and boy. at
Loar ft Burke'a.
, The road machine has been here and
, E. ' B. French and John Church
went to Cat Sunday.
C. T. Miller shipped a load ot cat
tle to Cincinnati last week.
F. R. Webb, of Glenwood,- Is attend-
more bitter arralngment of subordl- journal and its efforts to build up lDK Fedetral Court at Catlettsburg.
rate officials has probably ever the public schools of Kentucky.
been delivered by a Oovernor of
Kentucky than Gov. Wlllson directs
fit these two officers of Bracken Khool age In Kentucky do not at
county. He promises immunity from-tend school: we. therefore, petition
punishment to everyone who may 0ur 6tate legislature to give us ef-
John Fannin, John Adkln. and May-
13. That we deplore the fact that lard Adkln. have taken a contract to
a large per cent ot the children of
Ask your doctor about the
wisdom of your keeping Ayer's
Chen y Pectoral in the house,
ready for colds, coughs, croup,
bronchitis. If he says it's all
right, then set a bottle of it
at once. Why not show1 a
little foresight in such matters?
Early treatment, early cure.
W publish our formulu
m. W, t.nl.h aleohol
W from our medlolnaa
Wa urga 70V to
resist attack or attempt at intim
idation tjy the lawless element.
Succeeds His Father.
Julian Harris, son ot Joel Chan
dler Harris, succeeds his father as
editor of Uncle Remus'e The
Home Magazine, retaining also his
original position as general mana
ger- Don R. Marquis, who has already
made a reputation through his edi
torials, poems and short stories, is
to continue as associate editor of
the magazine From his childhood,
Julian Harris had been the comrade
0! his father, and he was the organ
ising spirit of the magazine. He Is
nl. father's literary executor, and
not only are "Uncle Remus's" last
writings In bis possession, but his
collaboration with his father on two
Important unpublished works which
will be given to the public during the
year and his Intimate acquaintance
with the purposes and (deals cf his
father, he is eminently fitted to car
ry out the cherished plans of -the
founder of the magazine.
ftctlve compulsory school law.
14. That a copy of these resolu
tions be presented for publication
In our county paper, an in the
Southern School Journal.
Nora S. Kennlson.
Ethel Grubb, Committee.
sprout 200 acres of pasture land for
G. W. Handley-
Mr. Joel Cunningham Is .lowly Im
proving. Corn crops are Injured on account
of dry weather.
T. Rlfte. threshing machine is In
our neighborhood doing good work?
Ben Cooksey is staying with Jaa.
John Rlfffe and family visited Tole
Calvin and Woods shipped a fine
lot of cattle.
Cut Price Sales
g Ginghams, 10c kind now. 5 to 7c g
0 Ginghams, 1 2)4 and J 5c kind, J Oc O
v Brown Muslin, 7 J-2c kind now, 5c o
For the benefit of those who like J. W. Vaughan pased through here
to see the figures the News give, the recently.
tally of the first and only ballot ta
Many . boy is called dull and stupid,
when the whole trouble is due to a lazy
liver. We firmly believe your own doc
tar will tell you that an occasional dose
of Ayer's Pills will do such boys . great
es! of riod. They keepihe liver active.
iiilabytM J. 0. AjarCo.. LovaU, Kan. Louisa, Ky., 25t
VALUED SAME AS GOLD.
B. G. Stewart, a merchant of Cedar
View, Miss., says: "I tell my custo
mer, when they buy a box of Dr.
ken at Clyffeslde Park:
Bath. Kehoe 8.
Boyd, Hager 9.
Bracken, Kehoe 8
Carter, Hager 7.
Fleming, Kehoe 9. (
Greenup, Hager 6.
Harrison, Hager 13.
Lawrence, Hager 9.
Lewis, Kehoe 6.
Mason, Kehoe 14.
Nicholas, Kehoe, 9.
Roberson, Kehoe A-"
Rowan, Hager 3. '' '
Kehoe". total votes, 68; Hager". to
tal Votes, 47; Kehoe'g majority, 11. .
Buslne. 1. dull at present
Kol Savage 1. hauling tie..
, James Miller and High Jordan are
running a produce wagon.
Ben Davl. 1. talking ot moving to
Ashland in the near future.
Weak women should read my
"Book No. 4 lor Women." It tells
of Dr. Snoop's Night Cure. Tells how
these soothing, ' healing antiseptic
suppositories, bring quick and cer
tain help. The book 1. tree.' Ad
dress Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Sold
by all dealers.
RUsrViavl Myelin 1fV f,2-J
8WIVUWUkM 1UUOIU1, UW 1U1JU, -Z f
" " 12c, now 10c O
X One-half off all Clothing. 2
o One-fourth off Ladies Skirts, o
5 One-fourth off Ladies Waists ft
0 ence W ATC
Bucklen's Arnica Salve Wins.
Tom Moore, of Rural Route 1, Coch
an, Ga., writes: "I bad a bad sore
some on the Instep of my toot aud
could find nothing that would heal
The Best Pills Ever fold. .'
"After doctoring 15 years for chron
ic indigestion and spending over
two hundred, dollars, nothing has
King". New Life Pills they get the j done me as much good as Dr. King's tU until I applied Bucklen's Arnica
worth of that much gold la weight, (New Life Pills. I consider them the Salve. Less than half a twenty-five
If afflicted with constipation, mala- best pill, ever sold.", writes. B. Fcent box won the day for me by af
tla or bilousness!" Sold under guar- Ay scue, of Ingleslde, N. C. Sold un- fecting a perfect cure." Sold under
antes at A, M. Hughes' drug store,', der guarantee at A. "M. Hughes' drug guarantee at A. M, Hughe. ' drug
..tore, 23 cents.
etore, Louisa Ky.
Never before have so many thousands of dollars ?
m uri-vis Kuoas oeen onerea so cheap. Don't
miss the chance of the season to buy cheap. Do
it now. .-
W. D. PIERCE,
The Dry Goods and Shoe Store,
Mmisa, : : Kentucky h
,aZ Aaiies Hat Fr" with Eh Purchase
of J5.00 or more,
One pair good Hose Free with all Shoes
selling; for $J. 00 or more.
Greatest Cut Prices.