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t '.About the warmest contest
that will loom up hi. the neiir fu
ture is that. . of ii.. successor to'
Senator Bradley. .'While ;wo do
not propose to take any part in
thefiirht and have nothing against
any of the prospective candidate?
we are impelled bv a sense of
fniriies to "render unto Ctesar
the things that are Cajsar's,'" and
cherish the lurpe-Hiat QjW. -Beck-ham
may receive the endorse
went of his party At one time
were doubtful of Guv. Beck
flam's sincerity in reference to
the liquor traffic, but having
been in close touch with 1liin for
several .vents since and watching
and weighing fiim ili this repect"
us well as others, we are impell
ed to pmiiiiunee him Mtrue bl.ue.i'
He noi (iul oeserves it from his
partv, hut lie deserves it as a
iiiaii. We liavtv differed jjoliri
cally, but this 'difference was
uiut bitter or bigoted. There are
fjjw more? courtly 3r kindly men
in Kentucky than, Gov-Seckhm,
and his refusal toenier into any
trade with the 'interests' in his
senatorial tight with Senator
Bradley shows u truer metal thai
!is usual, and even if he was de
Seated-he earned-with him the
iL'oii8ciousness of having done
right, stood firm for principle
Hud was really the victor, in the
tight. The time has. now come
when his party can honor hitu.as
lie deserves and wa- believe
vill. There is nb question 'about
lii's popularity with the rank and
tile of the Democratic uartv in
jUcrcer county and the man that
bests him here will i?uo.w that he
das hud u race. Harrrodsburp
The appeal of Senator Bradley
to the Progressives to return to
tjie old Republican fold has been
cbldly received. The Progress
Ives will not return' but will
maintain in Kentucky 'as in-all
the other states a distinct, and
Separate party from, the Kepub
Candidates 'for cotinty offices
Hi Powell 'arc vefy'tirtii'd about
making tjieir n.tinnuncenientsi
This is indeed a wise policy and
we hope to see such action main
darned for months yet to come.
The "fitrly bird policy" is no
good in political campaigns.
The Times believe in honesty
and purity -of politics as in all
other J i lies if business,' a tid. post
tivelvwill lend no' aid to any
cause, scheme or t rick ,tq deceive
voters or thwart their expressed
will through the ballot box'.
That panic wave ' predicted by
both, the Progress! veViid Repub
lican parties predicted before
tjic election if Wilson were elect
ed is yet to come.
With. three contending parties
in the field fusion will likely
later becomo politically stylish
and will most generally he successful.
Claude Bowman bought a nice
yearling' frlule' 'ht Mf. Sterling,-court-day,
for $00 00;
The little eon .of Mr. and Mrs.
Ike -Burnett has beeu dangerous
ly ill for several days.
'Among'tliose ffbm'this1 portion,
of the county who'are serving as
jtirors at 'Stantbn are: P. D.
Todd, Curtis Bowman and W. F.
Bar net t., , , ,, ,
H..G. Orabtree has entered
into actjve work on big logging
job in the upper portion of this
count v for.M O; Olay,' of Mt.
Sterling. Be calculates that; it
will take him three years to wind
up the job. , ,
(J. Bpwmati has been appoint-
' Several' fnim this piace are at
tending .Circuit Court at Staiitrfii
Mrs. G. W. Clmk has returned
fronj Mt. Sterling where she Ij'as
been visiting her relatives uejtr
that phiee .
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Miss Peat 1. Douglas and broth
er fnun near Mt Sterling are
visiting friends and relatives 'on
Hardwtck's creek this week, i
iw .... ii u -w i.. xr.. i - "ui tour bottle t hleetrn
.... , ,. i. . made 111' tee! like low null. A
social tor rhe M.ung folks hjt- ,rjll W1 ,,,,. ' v.f th ii
'ir.day evening. There. whs an matt-Lies- merit' fr ah Kinnin n,
unusual-In run nti.ni)iei- nf voiiug liver nr hulnn, -irntihle Price fit
folks present aiid'all' 'had a niVe rente t nil deaietw-.
nine. . . , i
Mr. Gus Sliiiulesel, aired re'It
enj of tljrd wick's creek, afer
sli'ortlirfiess died at his horde
Friday uiuht and was burve.d
Tuesday a.t .Wells rrave mn).
TMie deceased was 04 years of a'tre
ml leaves lartre faiuilv.
Flagged Trata With Sliirt.
rearitig" his shirt iron" his baek
an Ohio min flagged a train 0td
gaved-it vfmm a wer-k. Init H .T
Alsth.'., Kaleigh. .Nj ('.nee pre
ented a VrecK 4h Eleiuric hit
ter. ' 1 was , in a ten ihle t plight
when'l hegati-'to usei theni,"-' he
writei-. 'my stolimeh. ed. bhCl
an-j. k.idnt wyre ajl hadly, atTiV'
and my uyer whs 4ii ia(t condition.
Stop thait Ache!
An; ache or pain in any part of the
body can bo raljeved' with 8hi p'a
Quidt Keller l.iniirient $100i-ewanl il
it fails and the fiurHase price is not
rcrundcu. Try iLjltxa see. 6Uc At n
i President-eleot Wjlsou is con
ducting himself with such pro
found vi ibdntn since his election
tlutovon Old King Solomon,' if
ho were alive must have envied
A bull in a china bhop looks
like n jnuouuiu brpiidetcom-
jiared to u bull moose in the Re
litiblicn party. . i . 4
Your Bank Mufr
Be both willing and able at all times'to extiKcl'you
such accommodations as your biube justifies.. ...
Ask the experience of your friends who have carried
their accounts with the'CLAY CITY RATION-. ;
AL BANK during the past twehty-thr'ee'ycars. ' '
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Clay City National Bank,
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PHiUC NOT ICR
We' ute'thij method of furpW extending an invitatioalo.
tbe buyiag public .to; come to our, Aore tad get tbek op- ,
pliu. For. several week e have been,, supplying maay.
.cufiomert. in this- vicinity wilh what they ned t a ffwrt '
saving iof -money, i Now that we are started, we want to '
eatead .our trade i3k iyrther. Our one great
v appeal for your trade is
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on what yotf vmutf Have ' ' ' '
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to eat sad, wear. We are going to give you
our price on four Aaple articles to .just show you how,, ,
s ' t
we can save you mqaey:
. Beit Patent Flour Made, $3.10 per cwt....
Granulated (Sugar, 'f - 6 cts. per lb.
Meat ad Urd. - "3 " - u f' V'
"Lard a 5Q,pcund cans, $5.75. 1
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These are only fair . samples of other 'prices. Everythmg in 11
the house is sold -at the same low. price. Give us a utaL .
i v' 'as?"a w r S" mm r a .i.
n. U. LKAD 1KCD UUITlKrWlf;.4
cd road surveyor for this dis
trict 'In the placo of Qeo W.
Parley, resigned, Mr. Bowiniin
is, determined to make a, good
rfud, and wo say glory in his
spunk., We ar.e with him.,,.
There is more Catarrh in this
s'actioh of the country than all oth
er diseases put together, and until
the 'last few years was considered
to 1e incurable. For a great marly
yHrs doctors pronounced it a local
disease and prescribed local rente-
di. and hv eonsiantlv failinir to
c with local 'treatment, 'pro
i.'.i..(vd it ini iiraMe. Science has
' n'eittarrh Tn'f)' h ('o'nBtitutlnii-
al disease and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Itallns
Catarrh ( Cure, manufactured by
P, J. Chisrjeyj&'Co., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional cure on
the market- It -is-taken internally
in doses from 10 dops to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of th
system, They offer one ' hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure
Send for-clrculars and tc8j.unonsals.
".. F J. Cheney.,; Co,, Toledo, O.
Sold' by pruggistajTop,
Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. dv. ( .
Dr. M. B, WHITE,
UussMre V. S, College, Eagf c4 1869.
FLEMINgSBURQ, ICY.. .
I can n'oW be se'drl at Eaton's Livery
Stable in Clay City fof about 2 months
where I -will he? able to'treitf all ' kinds
of ieknes of .Hones, Cattle,., Sheep,
lings nnd Dogs.
UI examinations and consults- '
tions free Call and see me.
School for Teachers
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gotooli af Kntbekt. Bpe!a
IMh TiltKa FtM uv.
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.' , (Ask any; lady about' th.iriatingLof ..
" clothes'. She'll i ell you the advantage
of. .having then) well made. She'll
-. cell vou, if she k tos, ithat our Ladies'
.garments are the most '. perfect-.
L. ly - tailored- .f any , "in. the' city.
They 'Hav Fayliion and Neatness.'
See'; us for your w'xnts in Sea'dy-to-Wear
. Skirts-TailoreiLSuits, "Cloaks', , Rain
UoatsMilliirefj . liress'GpodS.Silks, and ;
a full line of Ladies" Furnishings.
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MRS. Ji W. WILLIAMS,
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HOPE & MILLS
IT RISES AWAY ABOVE
j 'J all other-brands of flour with the
if- '-4Jf housewife who loves good houie
t,i til umdit Iffead when be'' uses the
3pi tyad exiy'lieiice ne.,vr disanpointf .
qn the markup and gives your breut
thai - teiupthuj and dolieiotis-fluvor
Utat always 4eli(h(s the 'ovor of
eob'd: bread' ubeti 'Voti iifce the
a ' a-
Mad8, ,by,J.f ANDW OMN, 'Versaill .Kyf;
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