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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 15 August 1896

l vti7 v v fjj - VOL 1 The State Sunday School Convention will be held at Owensboro beginning Au gust 25 and continuing three days Last Monday while a section gang on the L E was making a short curve at Walkers trestle about one mile the other side of Torrent the hand car jumped the track and went dashing to the ground a distance of over fifty feet killing tiro men in stantly and seriously inju ring three others A lady who ia gifted with marvclously tenacious memory has sold her head to a medical college of New York for 20 She liiia made a will leaving instructions that after after death her body ia to be decapitated and her head delivenl to the surgeons fr dissection and the trunk and limbs aretobe hurried J i -v lil iffiiifriTi Miiiiimifi ii i in him 1 L Hainline candidate for county clerk of Mont 1 goinery county was in tuwn Thursday Mr Haiu lino la well kh wn in this jdace aid we are more titau uuxiusto see our old friend eleued to till te vtOce Uuwlilchr he aspire- I II IIIBP I...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 15 August 1896

- r S M - r4h I THE TIMES IUUMSHKll SATlttDAYH JK HiKCiut jr Editor tl oiit per annum SPOUT 6PBIHG KY fliturdav nguitl5 1896 Entered in the post office rtSpouspring Kyassecond clan nmil matter LOCALS Subscribe for The Times Our motto A homemade paper Coinmereial and Times both one year forGOc Oscar Milton went to Wadt smill Tuesday Go to W R Cassidys Clay City for clothing W E Heflin sold to J VMcKinneya bunch of GOO lb hiifera at 2 J cmtF Mri Dena Dawson of Chilton is the guest of her parent Mr and Mre W J Barnclt Mre Hattie Elkin of Log Lick has been the piestof of Mrs J no W Barnett this week J Willrnot McKinnoy j lulled out Monday for Hudson Illinois He has accepted a position with his uncle J D McKtnney Ht that point E1 King has sold ot hi grocery store at Clay City and moved back to his farm in Clark county wear thin place this week I Jeff Wright has gone to W E Heflin has been Clatk county on bus ines attending thePowcll county James Hamilton of College Hill was here on Wedne...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 15 August 1896

gM53aiRau The Estill County Teach ers Institute will be held at Irvine the weekbegiuning Monday August 17 MONTHLY KEPOHT Of I strct No 1 Estill Co KFNTUCKY For School month ending August 7 1890 Pupils enrolled during the months Male 22 Vemale 14 Total 36 Whole number enrolled to date Malt 22 Female 14 Total 30 Avg daily attendance 30 Per cent of attendance Imbed on census 41J 1er cent of attendance bused on enrollment 84 Average standing of pupils in iehollarship in the various branches renting perfiet 1rimer GO First Header 02 Second Header 7 Third lladcr 70 Vourth Header 07 Spelling 80 Language 00 Grammar 05 Arithmetic S7 Geography 74 His tory U S 72 History Ky 7 5 Physiology 80 General average standing of the school based on attend average scholarship ance punctuality neatness and deportment -Goon J WEdwauds Teacher Pay us what you owe- us Wo havo ruu busujos about ih long as we can afford to without money Kemember we will take most any thing on havo to eell on account Big money ...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 15 August 1896

j - - tuiliji Oltcar recently ihrided that the Mt Ster ling amV Maysville Turn pike company hadthj right to colh ct toll from jcrona on their road to and from church owing to the provi Kion to that effect which is contained in thu old charter The mjt earning of this road for the pint yur was 1058729 Tom Brown of Clay became iusaiiu the other day and butchered up his fami ly with an ax He beat and chopped his mother-in-law ir Cali Iiih wife and baby They are horriably mangled and can not ponsi bly recover After ho had done the deed he went to his neighbor and ankt d him to shoot him THE MARKET The following are pri c s quoted by a pioduec luler of ilii place Spoutapring Ky Aug 15 Aiem lb to 120 Uriel hales H Jievhwnx 20 Corn as J htukH 0 gu 4 KeatlirrH 80 Ginseng 1200 Spring chickens 5 Tullnw j lnk yuir pptduoi 1 K KtitheJr wliei r enn 2t the htglirst picefo it TIMES JOB PRINT SPOUTSPRING KY - CiBEFUL JUIERTIOH GIVES TO MOB FRlNTIflej Letter Heads Envelopes Circulars Booklets When in...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 22 August 1896

Jfcif pr 4 5 yv t 1 VtJfBSJh jp t vl - AT - - I VOL 1 The Bfoot 8pring Times There is considerable complaint from many of our subscribers about the delivery of their papers We mail all papers regular each Saturday morning and should reach subscriber on time Wo hope that those who fail to receive their papers regularly hereafter will notify us of tho fact at once There is considerable talk just nov of the building of a pontoon bridge across Red river at Walters ferry The bridge would be of untold bem fi to Spoutspring Clay City and surrounding coumy Vor the pa t four months tin- river at this point has been past fording at least half of the time It is the deepest crossing on the river and and it takes but little ruin to swell tho river too high to cross The bridge is to be built by iicaiiH subscribed by per sons interested and will be free for the benefit of the traveling public There will be a meeting held shortly to determine the best plan for its construction and to appoint a comm...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 22 August 1896

A- i Ut r rt - sl THETIMES IlIIIISllKI 8ATTKUAYM JE MfHoiiu jr Editor I ciit per uiniun 8P01TTSPBINGKY 8itnrJav ugnit22 1896 Entered in tin post office mail matter LOCALS Subscribe for The Times Our motto A homemade paper Now i the time to sub Bcrihe The best 1 hhotH in town at Burghers Commercial and Times both one year forGOc las Goff of Indian Fields was here Thursday Go to W II Cassidys Clay City for clothing George Gravett went to Winchester yesterday W J Christopher at tended court at Jit Ster ling Monday A light shower fell yester day evening which was bad ly needed ro lay the dust Prof J W Edwards dismissed school the past week to attend the Insti tute at Irvine J W Lewis returned to 4 lull yesterday with a lunch of hogs that he had bought in this county at 3 cents Robert Tipton bought of J E Burgher Sr ten 1000 lb steers at I cents The Baptist association is in scsion at Liberty and will close tomorrow Bluford Vox of Winches ter ii visiting relatives here Saturday and Sunda...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 22 August 1896

sua t - 1 lit re was between 1200 and 1500 cattle at the market somfc sheep and about 100 hogs Trade was very brNk and cattle gold rapidly at good prices The best steers sold 3 GO cows and heifers at from 2 to 2 bulls and stags at 1 to 1 Sheep sold at from 2 to2L Hogs at from 3 to 3J cents We noticed a great difTii ince from last Court Day which was dull but to- day trade was as brisk as we eivo seen it in twelve months VOClll Sterling Ad- The BaptiBt evangelist Rev E Bummers has broken therecerd for im mersion in the state He closed a great revival at Cornishville last Sunday and in the presence of 1200 people baptized forty converts in exactly eight minutes Jesso Richardson and wife of Estill county are visit ing at Mrs Brandenburgs this week Winchester Democrat The Lexington Leader says there is a project to extend the Lexington Eastern My through the valuable canncl coal fields near its eastern terminus It is said that I ho road will be built to a connection with the Norfolk and...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 22 August 1896

1 RStuart Taylor weighed up Saturday hogs which he bought of James Rut ledge Hr weight 114 lbs end 10 from Ah Haggard weight 138 lb all at 3J cents Winchester Demo crat J E Burgher Sr boi ht df IMinond Ro c of Si niton 13 head of 700 1 jiomd steers at 3V cent 10 land of Jack Welch at -A eents Liit Mondiy the machine engine ofThos C All in exploded killing four boys instantly The hands had gone to dinner anil lift steam uji Tin buys were near the engine when it exploded The victims are Willie Tin pin aged 10 won of Andy Tuipin Alex 15er lyimn son of Field Berry man and tuo boys of Scott Haggard Piy us what you owe us Wc have run business about as long as we can afford to without money Remember we will take most any thing you have to sell on account Rodney While the ten year old bon of Judge J B White of Irvine was thrown from a liorge and his arm broken 1 hieves broke into Doc J m tons meat house while the family were not at home and h olo three very largo nib- of neat 3 I TIMES JOB ...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 29 August 1896

fir I rt - V i vol 1 The merchants of Padu cah have petitioned the pastors of the various churches in the city to preach a special pennon SPOUTSPRING KY AUGUST 29 189G calling upon all the church members to honest dihN COUIT DY A Kansas boy who paved the pictures from 1200 packages of cigarettes that he had smokd t ent them to the manufacturer and asked what they Mould pay llieir give for tin in The imsHer uas ns follons Siiiolo as i ninny more and Hell von n coffin i ud About 1 in the market The demand All persons indebted to was brifk and about dljH are kindly m ld to wcrosold Several lots of tuinu forth ami I settle as wo 1000 lb feeders brought m needing the iih e oi the HcLs two other lots of money J K Burgher Jr yeaijings weight 800 lbs eold at 3J cts heifers of A young man of samc weight 2 J to 2 cts ford and u few jxtra ones nent at 290 A number of III recently mug in of a young song Oh 12001b bulls Bold for 2f Promise Me Shu has to 2 J eta common milch cows 820 to ISO 500 g...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 29 August 1896

li tTT - M3 uStli IXV at 9 V i THETIMES IM HIlJIIKI nATIKIIAYN JE llLIttilllt JIl Editor tlt eiiu per Jiiiiiillii SPOUT SPRING KY 8iturJav ugoit29 1896 Entered in the post office atSpou pringKy as second clas mail matter LOCALS It pays to advertNe Sub cribe for The Time Our motto A homemade paper v Some line watermeHon on the market Iennio Crow of Lock nane wi here Saturday Wm liunett of Wades MiM vnin town Saturday Jo Ijniigl is of Levee on business last week Shedl 1 F West as in town Saturday collectng taxes Jo M Kinney visited in lark county the Hint of the week J F McKinncy has re turned from a bunincsH trip below J F McKinncy had a fine mule to Htray away and found it dead this week liiton iambi and wife if lurk county were the g ieth of W J Christopher ludl v eek Vr fUxr ft iMjMiidJlJiiMK iMMiiataMl 1 Now is the time to sub scribe Troy Iucket wmt to Irvine Thursday The hct 81 shoes in town at Hurghcrs The Times and Enquirer one year only 0i cents John Mallard of Lock naiie was...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 29 August 1896

All the road1 leading to this place have recently been very well worked and re now in better condition than they have been for some time HerbcrtHeflin has bought of W E Heflin a farm of 5G ncrt 8 near thin place in Powell county for 8300 J F McKinncy hap bought of Allen Oraborne 10 thit averaged 8i pound at cents K F Ht n priwntiiig Van Den n V Si noti whole Kale Hiniui ti Ik ill in Li xinglon Ky wis lure Thursday Venn rlnbn V Hur nettandlf i vhu toplier have purehiiM 1 of W J Birnett th 4ii t null at thid place Tin- lyl of the firm wil be lluuett Christopher Tin- m w firm will take pocn to day anil will cntinuc to run the mill at its present site They will spare no trouble and expense to make only iirrtt class tical A gentleinurfroin Mudi Bon wa hero tins pat week mid said that old corn could lie bought there for ninety imuK About twenty five ucru was sold to be fed dovn at37Jct per barrel mil that five thousand j barrels was offered him to be put in pens at 50 cents Winchester Dem...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 29 August 1896

- I i S3 M A btrect fakir gave a free show in Clinton Kj one day not long ago The following description is giv en of him Our three doctors tried him a round Dr Medaris drove a long iin through his arm Dr II al I Muck a ladle hat in through the same arm scraping tin hunemid entil ing out on the oilier side The f lUir in vr flinched and when the iiistiumcnts were williiliiiun tin blood lowed nor ua any wound appar ent Hi- poured heimne over hN head put fire to it and 1 t burning blowing flamr i from bin month He drank gt oliue and i et lire to hi moulh llovingllanis like a gas jet He Miioked a eigir through a IioIImw in strument stuck through the llcsh of his jaw and per formed most of his feats ith about a paper of pins stuck into the flesh of Ida jaw chuck face and neck He wound up by allowing a live rattlesnake with real fangH bite bis arm The snake bit so deep into bin arm that in pulling it loose one of its fangs was broken off and left in the wound Dr Clear extracted the broken ...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 5 September 1896

ft Jk f iw iJWg h v WT1 N fern- fitSK jm v3r vol 1 r 8Gpr9Sv I G Jackson returned homo Thursday from near Winchester whers In has been for the past two month Mi1 Margaret Ingles the handsome and talmted a w j -V The Spout Spring Times SPOUTSPRING KY SEPT 5 1896 Tliereforc if any one can show any causo why Will iam Jennings Bryan should not lie elected President of these United Stated let him nor Hpiik or forever heie after his peace I require and charge y hi both to stick daughter of life long to the Democratic platform Di inocrit of Pari has ta lnUly adopted in Chicago ken the political platform and if any one of you know for Bryan and free silver She ays My father has hcciiill his life a D motrat and now that this great iic tiiii has arixm I am omg totchohissentitiitnts and stump the South for Bryan The following ceremony is the one ucd in the marriic of an Alabama by a red hot silver Judge u Dearly beloved we ure gathered here in the sight of God and pretence of these witnesses t...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 5 September 1896

J S i SHOT nihii - fJIitttiaiWetoteaftnlniTnWrtwii i I i UrjErfO juts5ev Jjojjj 3 vjsjt o Montgomery ccsnry bare 1jtW a rmiiettT i decided to ncc i y BUri BWie tobacco nxt vor Ilin iaiOK Ji Edhur ATrr Crow and fanny of Clarr county are visiting tti iiu uj this conimunitv Miss DAW Christopher it viaanr her aunt Mrs J Win- Minney at JSiiusrfxotiwr j ufiM cier TMC MARkCT i Tin follow lug aie o - qtiotitl by a pnxitMW iiiler of tliifc placv Spoufcipring KySf 5 irtu Zrslt King came home f J Tntfeduv from New Albanv i I lln sUnv - ind wb Tv he ha been J for kis Unie past u IV R CisjiJranl wife1 Duek wMdiM A uuiw Ui oz 1 Oiy Oly were the kgC i j rw of i E Burgher sr FonthrtN and B 5tinUv - - - lirMug it - SO o t 4 MO MCO - Ti ach crop on the prinj 4litok n 5 - j - i the largest it Fallow U 2- aoo iik as 1 ur ku lu for years and the - - M Sril for T - Tiro - Ian a demand for for ihMil VI ixzrm fcix lsaa lit tfetf 7- fftD C A I 17 i unuu SoVi 1 lutnvlit ol dulled a f nvr ia Peter Wills shot ...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 5 September 1896

0 5 V A 3 - lmi iiitotfie month clft K silfbt remove ft peach the iniiiil had lodged in his VjTvi tbxiai Suddenly the brute - - en v JS 1 COUKKSPONDKNUE n it College Hill Mr II K Mellon is improving in health Mr J II Edwards went to Winchester last Satur day on business Mr G W Lewis of Wmles Mill Mas in town last week on huaincss Wallace Norris and W M Mellon told to R O Knglu 23 head of cattle at 82 ir pur hundred A K Lewis hold to G J W lewis oiCltrk eounty i ight head of cattle at 82 o per hundred C G Webber Hold to 8 1 Willoughhy a nice mulo oot for 20 payable when Win Mclvinley is elected lr riident Messrs William and inrge Williams and Miotics Myrtle and Mattie Williams and Katie Smith of Irvine visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday The Dcclainicra Contest between College Hill and Speedwell at Kingston - was well attended College Hill won both purst V T Kelly won the first purse of 110 and P F Adams won second puree of So lxtlic Hall thrust his closed his mouth with all t...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 5 September 1896

im r 5 r 4 iMA yr3r4Crt v As a Martin a weather profit of Lexington prdicts First frost September 5 first snow October 27 or November 5 biggest snow January 10 27 Vonnice iwu ons one in December two in January and one in February In I tell county the in criMi in public school has hem 10 per cent owing to tin compul ory education al law Morris Lirri on sold to Nat Ragliiid of tlnrk county a bunch of hogs that avcragi l 153 po iuds at It cents V E I lell in ofSjout fcpring sold T J Douglas four yearling hteers for107 50---Sam Hainline bought 10 head of 900 pound cattlu from J V McKinncy of Spoutspring at ii cents Mt Sterling Advocate The American Associa tion which is the owner of N0000 acres of laud near Middlesbourgh of which 20000 acres iH fine hurley tobacco land has decided to import 100 tenants from the JilugKiss section in order to cultivate their lands in tobacco All persons indebted to i te arc kindly asked t nun forth and nettle as we are needing the use of the money J E Itu...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 12 September 1896

l I i 1 t VSi7 vol 1 John M Palmer of Illinois was nominated for President and Somon B Buckncr of Kentucky for Vice President nt the Na tional Democratic conven tion at Indianapolis last week Joe O Turley bought lat week the following cattle Vrom Lucien Greene 40 head averaging 1500 lbs at 4J Cap Gallapie 30 head averaging 1450 lbs at 4 J R Shrout32 head averaging 1500 lbs ut 4 Robt Stoner 200 head averaging l5001bs at 4i Mt Sterling Advt cate Mr and Mrs Joseph Corman of Jessamine county are the parents of u baby which is twelve months old and weighs but 1 pounds Ir TB Welch prounccd the little fellow in good health He enjoys being carried about in a small lunch basket which U ample largo to accomo date another of its size The child can speak dis tinctly and walk unaided S nd your Job Print ing to this oftico and save 20 percent S35 iPfT Awf The Sfoet Spring Time8 SPOUTSPRING KY SEPT 12 189G mmuM MSIiiiW M iniaiXii W J Bryan will speak at Louisville next Monday and at Lcxington Tues...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 12 September 1896

I K - - f u V Trr LKtrTrrrp THE TIMES IMIUISHICD SATUKDAYh JE Bukoiir jr Editor ent per annum SPOOT SPRING KY Saturday Sept 12 18 Entered in the post oflice atSpouspring Ky as second mail matter Our motto A homemade paper LOCALS It pays to advertise Pay us what you us Hot dry and dusty Subscribe for The Times For pure groceries go to 1 E Burgher h Oscar Milton has return ed from a business trip to Clark county Eat wholesome bread made of Mansfields best flour James Hamilton of College Hill was here sev eral days this week on busing Luther Hamilton has Kold the Todd place at Wallers Ferry to Rev A Heay for 2C0 fames Petitt formerly i f tn comity but now of jeinton has been in this community this week buy- sing cattle was here yesterday A Nicholas county farm er has a Malk of com with forty tars growing unit S Stephens poet master at Iron Mound was trans acting business in town Tuesday W F Mcintosh of Sams paid Jhe Timet oflirc a very pleasant call Wednesday WJ Christopher sold to Lut...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 12 September 1896

m -- -1 i CORRESPONDENCE College Hill College Hill orators gave an interesting entertainment last Saturday night Misses Ida Norris and Anna Brock visited friends and relatives at Richmond lust week Messrs Dunn and Bal lard of Silver Creek was in town last week gather ing up cattle Mrs Leslie Hall and child were thrown from u Iiorae last week and very bably hurt F T Kelly left for Barboursville last Monday to attend school He will graduate this year Mies Madge Wilson left this week for Lexington where she will attend the State College this year Mrs Amerine Alexander win founl in Her home jiist week in a state of unconsciousncsfrom which condition she has as yet not recovered It is sup posed to bo a case of Homnambulism The injury resulted from a fall down stairs Kff -v i Sams Sayings 1 mln hefc Saturday morning w - l W F Mcintosh is on r - ttlie sick list with hay fever - Mrs Emma Witt visited Mrs Henry Alcorn Sunday Mrs Mary Wiseman is very sick at this writing A few people say ther...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 12 September 1896

The Richmond Para graph gays a good joke is told on one of our produce buyers Sonic time ago his hou c caught fire and he started up town on a run to give the alarm He got mar the middle of town and started back home on u run calling to his brother to give the alarm as he was audi a liar they wouldnt believe him John Embry as agent for Xelion Morris bought thw work the following cattlf for exjxrt Joe L Jbmii liJ7 V M Kobb M II It Brown 100 G M Proctor 48 T G liar row about 50 Thorn t and Thud Hampton 48 These cattle will weigh about 1500 pounds each and were sold at 4 cents thus making a 1 v t forty thousand dollars M thaj portion of the coun try Roger Gannon bought in the eastern portion of the county a lot of 1100 lb feedereat3J cts Winches ter Democrat An Irishman and a Frenchman were disputing over the nationality of a friend of theirs I nay said the Frenchman that if he was born in Vrance he is a Frenchman Bcgor ra said Eat If a cat hhold have kittens in an tiven would you call...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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