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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 19 September 1896

R - if t 5 - T v ft 3 -- ZWS iW vol 1 Klijali Brooks who is to hang on the 28th inst at West Liberty for the mur der of Gus McKcnzic was detect d in a daring plan to ucipc Several haw of thi jail window had been loosened and assistance was being furnished from the out side in tho way of saws and a slung shot which were concealed in his bed A young lady at Bagdad claimed Bryans attention on the ground of cousinship Mr Bryan shook hands with thu lady and said if all his relation could volo for him ho would ho sure of election Tho Bourbon News says that J J Baker the well known market gardener of near that city exhibited at the Bourbon Fair last week a f ino Bamplo of coffee grown on liis place A half acre crop yielded him about thirty bushclB Ho lias been using ibis home grown cof fee on bis family table for dome time and says it is very good to drink He be- 1 lev MtwUl pay bettor than j a ffv grain the farmer can - riit irnnw V It pays to advertise The Spout Spring Times SPOUTSPRING ...

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. — 19 September 1896

i - f THETIMES UIllIIMI KATlKMAYH JE Ik itoiut jk Editor u iiit ht nnmini SPOUT SPBINOKY Saturday Sept 19 1896 Entered in the post office atSiMJUpprinp Kyas second ers mail matter Our motto A homemade paper LOCALS It pays to advertise Pay uh what you owe us Joe McKinney went to College Hill yenterday Meridis Ferris of Ruck rville was in town Thurs day on busim M J E Burgher jr and wife visited the family of W It Cassidy at Clay City Sunday W G Patrick has been in Louisville this week buying goods for his store it this place J W Dawson jr and wife of Chilton came over Tuesday to attend the Burgher AIcKinncy mar riage Jom Rainy of Bit SUrliii stopped in town ii xjjnrt time Tuesday while on his return homo from Irvine Subscribe for the Times Chas Barnett has re turned from Winchester Eld J B Gibbs attend ed the Association of Old Baptiat at Pine Hill Wolf county last week W E Heflin has let the contract for building a nice re idenee nrar town to Win Ilngan of Clay City and wti on the b...

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. — 19 September 1896

Vl W 3C ISfVJ THE TIMES SPOUTSPMNO KY OOUUBSPONUKNOE Sams Savings Wo are still having hot weather Frank Burton IiaH rented the Mclvina King farm for next year Uev L S Denton has returned to White Oak and will make his homo at that place W M Winhum has returned from Fayette county where ho has been on The cane mills are all Imsy making sorghum howo liavo a t jilendid opportu nity to sweat a little Mrs John A Crow and linn of Clark county are visiting her hitler lire Sarah Mcintosh at this place C 1 Mcintosh has loturned from Bourbon oountyand paid a vist t his best girl on Sunday He will return to Bourbon in a few days Rev L S Denton mode it rc silver speech at White Oak Monday night He is as good at making political speeches as at pn ieliing HoniN Hood Ib Printing doije cheap PAINTS Doesnt your house need painting Then buy the famous BLBEGBASS PNT And you will have the best Sold by JEBurgherJr Wantkd All the Gin seng and Yellow root that can be bought for the high est marM t price 1...

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. — 19 September 1896

H The following is what the Itcv T DeWitt Tal mrgehas to say of advertise nicnt A newswaper whose columns overflow with advertisements of business men hurt more influence jn attracting atkntion to ami building up a city or town than any other agi in y tliit can he employ ed People go where there ln iit -- Cipiul and labor will locate where tln ie is an i nterpri ing community No power is ho irong to huild lift a totMi as 1 newspaper p y pitroi The Daily Free Lance which staited at Mt Ster ling about three months ago U pemled publication hut Saturday night During last week four banks failed in New Orleans three of which were Nation al and one State bank Too liberal a use of other jeo ples money by the bank officials caused the failure of the Union Nationul Two of its individual book keepers embezzled 592 000 At Louisville Kentucky a bcuttlc thief fell nsleep on the roof of a house from which ho had stolen a i ont and his snoring awoke his slumbering victim in the room below and led t...

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. — 26 September 1896

Mr i r J - C T i itiwMiii w VOL 1 A WASTEFUL PEOPLE Thit Americans are the most wasteful people on earth is no new discovery Colonel Wnring of the Street Cleaning Commission in New York has found Upon invih ligation that material that fells on an auugo for 70f000000 every year U c irricd to the duiiipH In tin- fitrt place there are llimwii away 236000 pound of rags every week worth sixty cenU per 100 item aggregating 173632 a year Theru are beside 46000 of grease per week worth 110 per 100 pounds and figuring a value of 25797 ft car Then there are uuburned coal metal and a great variety of more or lees valuable things a part of which is intercept ed by garbage pickers but i greater part of which is thrown into the sea That garbage worth 700000 000 a year should be thus in a sense thrown to the winds in a city where thousands fluffeV from stin fiil resource is a sort of rMlijpdity that naturally Mirtl overcrowded ipi Boston Globe t i i Subscribe for The -Times Ttt4 f Tib Spout Spring...

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. — 26 September 1896

ftfc i - M lttasEtosmsz THE TIMES IT III lull UU SATtKIMYrt IE I5uKrui Jit Editor M rni per nnnum BP0UT6PBIIGKY Saturday Sept 26 1896 Entered in the post office atSpouspring Kyas second ers mail matter Our motto A homemade paper LOCALS It pay to advertise Pay uh what you owe u Geo Gravett is visiting relatives in Clark county Firt frost of the season was observed here Sunday morning Ice formed thv thick ness of a window pane on Wednesday night Asa Todd has gone to Clark on business and will be gone abeut two weeks Monday was county Court day at Irvine and Spoulspring was well rvp rwentcd No preaching at at Jack sons nhapel Sunday the pastor was at Somerset at tenling Conference Jn Johnson of Rich mond hw lwen the guit f V- J Christopher sever- 1 day of this week 1 E E Wtt of Winches ter was in town yesterday W E Hcflin and family attended the funeral service and burial of Mr Hetiins sister Miss Cretie at Mace donia church in Montgom ery county Monday Rev J W Parson will preach at Sa...

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. — 26 September 1896

H rJi r 4i ft ft THE TIMES IPOUTIMINQ KT 0iUKSPONUKNCE InoN Mound t Dcxl Walter who was shot by Peter Wiljsa Short time ago is improving- Aunt Murium Henderson lias returned from a visit to her Bona in Clark county John S Thomas return d fr in the mountain List week w ith a bunch of cattle he linl douffht while gone Of tin- mx men who ate dinnerat Mr Ship Stephens lat Sunday four had been married tv ice and the other two were widower John King of Clark county named through here thin week with a drove of cattle that he had bought in Hreathitt county S Stephens has an apple which grew on his farm that is 9 inches irVcirctim ferenco and weighs 1 JKJUIlds Darlingsviluc Miss Lulu Locknane is on the sick list John Smethers returned home from Wades Mill Saturday W R Mahone return ed homo from Winches ter Vjiduy Limes Walters ts making itpplo ind jeach brandy at JiisuM stand near this place V - f w N impwwwWiitoim T Corn cutting and sorgh um making is progressing rapidly in this neighborhoo...

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. — 26 September 1896

I A free turnpike mob U raiding Wns hington enmity The mob ban destroyed 43 mt of the 48 tollgates in the county SKPTKilllEK CounT The crowd in town was very large and all the neighboring counties were well represented There Mere inoro cattle for sale than wo Lie had in a ynr Ihi number was at loast50Oal Wo know that 20C0 c jne in over the Joff iPionviile turnpike Trade was a little plow in the morning on feeders buyers md fellers not get tin tojMher The trade on cows iiiid heifers was Jd lOOd lb cattle brought 3Jc but the major ity f wiles wan at 8335 to 8340 Good yearlings brought 3 Jo and sold rapid ly Cows and heifers sold at from 82 to 265 Bulls at 2c Mt Sterling cute An Owen county fanner exhibited at the Liberty Vair last week a Chester White pig four months old that weighed 248 pounds From the Winchester Democrat we clip the fol lowing Up in Powell coun ty a few days ago some boys played a mean trick on a farmer noted for his A couple of boys jrnt a cow bell apiece and pit i...

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. — 3 October 1896

rjK t i i 3 j A 4 mf S AfcaSfJ K V - vol 1 A swine plague bearing the resemblance of hog cholera ha attacked the hogs of Jessamine county ami are destroying nearly all the hojjs of that section 0U0 hogs have fallen vic tims to the strange dit ease in the Iafat six weekss 1hero has not yet been any remedy discovered to effect itn euro f The Post office Depart ment has awarded a con tract for cjirryiitg the mail between Juneau and Circle Ciiy Alaaka The distance is b8 milw and the con- SPOUTSPRING KY OCT 3 1896 FOR BALK I have our traitors aro to make four hiind a lot of btrictly pure trips between November j apple vent gar which I 1 KVG and May 31 1897 lliey liceive 81 700 for v each nip I C Anderson of Bour cuiiay lias a pumpkin viae Uiat extends nearly aeio a lea acre cornfield unu bouialus by actual count itjj pumpm ihe leaves Oiitlus rcmarkabe vine are us iarge as an ordinary pur usol and the stem are four feet in length ral nuw ipduBriesaro iuouUo Imj Marled in Pa- uiiiuh and th...

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. — 3 October 1896

- C JI PffiPCI 5 Hi - A t rhrtrrr i ijiir THETIMES I IIII MHU VI I KHU JK lit iimi jk Editor ill lit Jlrf lllllllll 8P0UT6PBIHG KY dtlirdiy Oit 3 1MH Entered in the post oflice atSpoinpring clas mail matter Our motto A homemnde paper LOCALS KiKncw have bigun Rath niij corn I ititiy lay of Stanton wat it l own Thursday S i for the Times an I ad llii lionieiiiUH Andy Walters Jr of was in town Saturday If v n want a thriving adverti and you wnl lni it 1 K Burgher Sr attend ed court at Winchester 3IiiiiIiV John V Itirnett ha a spool n that haa becninthe family for t wenty -Hi X years Don t fail to come out to hear Hev J W IarsonH it Salem next Monday night W Ballard and fam ily of Clark county aie vsitiig relatives and friend in thin omniunity this tliii week R H Gravett of the Log Lick ru ighborhood wax in town yesterday Mii es Vinny Clark and Edith Chri tiiplicr visit- n lat v at ollege Hill Saturday and Sunday J E Hurdier Jr has been in week buying I fall s re of goo Is 11 It rry of ...

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. — 3 October 1896

rt THE TIMES IPOUTSPHING KY OOUUKSPONhKNCK Parlingsville Plenty of rain fell here Jhe first of the week W M Conner of West Bend was here Sunday Jack Hensley of Coving ton is here on liusinec Local option na defeat ed in Clay City Saturday Jeptha Walter rltuidid couit Yiehirt r Mon day Win Eatonof Covington visited old friends here laxt neck Misses Sally Neil and Emma Rodgers were the guests of Mrs Junies How ard Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Wareman returned home Saturday from Mt Sterling where she has been the post three month Lillys Fkbry Mr and Mrs Allen Ore borne went to Winchester Thursday Rev Frank Grider who was pastor at Kimbrells Chapel 27 years ago is pastor again this year The Clark county teach - ro association at Con kwriglus school house last Saturday was a success in BMtllfedSUMHMtfMi every respect The speeches were excellent The Owens Chapel choir brought their organ and furnished both instrumental and vocal music Quite a number from Montgomery county was at Lilly Vr...

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. — 3 October 1896

f 4 f t A M Oriukeii county fanner ha a peach tree from whiih he gathered hundreds of large juicy fuzy pphtrv a from the heavy liden tree At that time tin lnaclus were Hocked wlxhitik blossoow Quet r hut the blossoms reufained on the tiee nnd tgrew The owner f the tr f ii now gathering tin second crop of rip fru fi ii the viluibli tr v liritlij put three mouths oll nv i rt W tuilay Iriie were better tjiiu i t Court day and in rl Irythinu there was h lil The hmffeedew 1000 to 1200 hiougnt 3J on alot of 38 feeders wt 1000 lbs were Bold early in the day at 83 10 and a few hours later at 325 thirty plain feeder 760 lbs brought 2J ctH KK lb heifer 30 fat cowh 2 ctij a couple of extra cows 42iJ7il li avy bulla 2cU heavy smooth oen 12o0 lbs 2J ctn per lb good to extra mule colU 2 1 to 440 100 sheep were sold at 2J cU per lb A S Thompson deliver ed yesterday to Mono Kahn 14 cattle wt 1547 for N 1 Vunmeter at 4 cte and for Sam Willis Jr 22 wt Iii7 lbs at the Hame jiriec Winchester Demo crat ...

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. — 10 October 1896

r n H v ci jwsii r - S r VOL 1 Clay City in trying to establish a muthly stock nalo at that place The establishment of such sales wo believe would be a succckb and is a move which deserves the support of every farmer in this section as it be untold benefit to them both in buying and selling their stock as cattle would command as good prices at Clay City being situa ted as it is so near the Bluugrass region as at Mt Sterling or Winchester It would save much time labor and expense and shrinkage of stock which our stockmen now have to undergo in driving their stock to market Miss Belle and Lydia Adams visited friends in Estill county the pasf week Allen Osborne sold to Bud Christopher eight head of heifers at 18 oO per head Mis Ciark Williams of Irvine has leenthu KUest of iriends hens the past week Winchester Democrat Tho minutes of the Irvine Association are be ing uwucd from this office- SUBSCRIBE For The Lcxingn Argonaut A nrauuoli Domo uratio Dully A Special rate of 1 from now unt...

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. — 10 October 1896

WM f - THETIMES IMMIII IIKI ATIKlA JE Renault Jit Editor 8P0JTPHING KY Saturday Oct 10 18ifi Entered in the post oflice atSpou pring y as second class mail matter Our motto A homemade paper LOCALS Only twenty four dayH until the election Take your produce to J K Burgher Sam P Vaughn of Vaughns mill was in town yesterday Rev V R Oaughete of Clark county was hen the first of the week on business Asa Todd has returned from Clark cpunty where he has been the tw weeks jiLst on business Messrs Frank R Russell Stitel and Frank Ernest of Clay City were in town Thursday J E Rurgher pays 9c per dozen for eggs and the top market price for all kind of produce w E Ifpflin has his new residence most com pleted He will move the first of the week T S McKinney went to Ml Sterling Saturday on buine s Rev Vrank finder filled his regular appointment at Ivimbrells Chapel Sun day Mr and Mrs V It Cis sidy of Clay City mi- the guests of Mr and Mr J E Rurgher Sr Sunday Reuben Tipton and J N Rurgher went Ric...

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. — 10 October 1896

- - - r THE TIMES SPOUTSPRING KY iJOItUliSlMNHKNGK Sams Sayings News is scarce Cliff Mcintosh and Bro went to Winchester Sat urday Belie King of Clark is visiting her father Thomas Hamilton this week Kev Martin Larrison preached at Dry Uidge Sat urday night and Sunday Bcdy Burton made a Hying trip to this neigh borhood from Locknane Saturday Thomas Crouch is still making sorghum onCalow ays creek He expects to get through byXmas We have a new store on Dry Uidge conducted by M S Mcintosh Co It is a grand place for loafers The scoool trustees have levied a tux of 25c on the head on patron if tbii echool district fcr the purpose of repairing the bvhool building Kobin Hood Hun John W Langly Republican candidate for Congress in this district will speak at Hardwicks itfek next Taeaday Wanted All the Gin sing and Yellow root that can be taught for the high est market price J E Burgher Jr THE MARKET Tli following me pri es quoted Ity It IIOIllL dealer of ihix place SjOuLspring Ky Oct 10 iJi...

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. — 10 October 1896

ICE Uf fr 4 Mi For sometime there has In cu considerable talk if having a county roail from this pace t intcrsu t the Lilly road Thi roul would le a great benefit to Spoutsprng and of great convenience to the traveling public The roul over which the public has Jo trael to icach tlii joint from that section is very rough and nio t im possible for i wagon to na in unices there a very pood road around JUST IN Cur NEW Fall The best goods The most goods At the lowest prices Is our 1 ntto V carrv stock A COMPLETE LINE OF by the way of Kiinbrcllsi fhipol but which is about j HY OOODS HATH AM two milt farther CA1 OOTS AND SHOEK Let all persons interest- ed in the establishment of All1 ont Ile to be undersold anywheie or by tlii j road le heard from anybody go to work and get it put through SOME SPECIAL KAPCAINS IN TIATK The troublv with a great many young men who want to see life iH that they imagine there is none of it worth seeing by daylight Ex Taltew It Uiielt John II Mingo a colored te...

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. — 17 October 1896

W v JKm VOL 1 Judge D B Red wine received the nomination for Circuit Judge in thia Judicial district and A Floyd Byrd of Campton for Commonwealths Attor ney in the Democratic pri mary election WL Moore of Winches ter lias in his yard an apple tree that is bearing the bccond crop this bcasou and putting forth blooms ior the third crop James oodward has a pear tree that bears three crops every year Sharpsbiirg World Senator J 0 S Black burn is confined to his bed at Versailles from acute laryngitis His doctor Bays he will be unable to make any more Biieeches for ten days or two weeks lluugcd Buford Overton was hung at Harlan C H Monday for his port of the cowardly murder of a ped dler named Gus Locb and bis wife June 22 1895 Htoro la AjmIiom Stanton Ky Oct 12 4ho store of John F Combe Co burned last night los 6000 partly insured Cininnati Post Hiniiitfit The Spout Spring Times SPOUTSPRING KY OCT 17 1896 SUBSCRIBE For The Lcxingn Argonaut A Htnnnoh Dcmo ornt ie Dully A Special rate of ...

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. — 17 October 1896

f - - 1 1 THETIMES Il III 111 kl ATUKIlAYs IE Bimouit jk Editor M unts iir i titnif 11 SPOUT PBINGKY Saturday Oct 17 IhJU Entered in the post ollicc atSpouspring Ivy assecond elas mail matter Our motto A home nude paper LOCALS Ilenty of sorghum on the mirket at 2j and Jo a gallon Pave 20 per cent by buy ing your winter boots of J K Burgher jr Sheriff J K Wk wa in town Thursdy hustling the boys for their taxes Mrt Kilith MeKinney i visiting her daughter Mrs Geo Ginter at College Hill John W Burnett and wife visited the the family of Grant Elkin Saturday night and Sunday The recent fnxts have broht the chestnuts rust ling t the ground and there are plenty of them on the market Hon Barry South of Frankfort delivered an ex rl lei it speech at this place no the money question to ii fair sized audieuc last Saturday night Berry Burnett went to Lliilton Jucsuay on bus iness Mr and Mrs J A Vox of Whichever are visiting relatives at this place Mr and Mis John W McKinney of Winchester are gues...

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. — 17 October 1896

lr THE TIMES SPOUTSPKING KV 0UIIKSPNIKNK DaULINSSVIIIE Plenty of rain here this week M II Courtney started bis saw mill at Walters villo Monday Rev Z V Pigg filled his regular appointment at Powells Valley Sunday Newton Abney and Sammy Ames was in this community Tuesday buy ing cattle Luther Hamilton and wife of Winchester were visiting here from Friday till Monday Rev Dunagan will preach ut Todds school house on Friday night be for the fourth Sunday The infant child of Mor ris Curtis was badiy burned lust Monday by a kettle of hot water being turned over on the child It is feared it will not recover II P Evans the flour nan of Versailles was here yesterday It was a New York man that soaked wheat iu alco hol and scattered it for the sparrows and picked np a bufthf basket full of the ntoxic ited birds Job Printing done cheap ut this office i THE MARKKTV Vv following Hie pn ci a quoted by a ptodtur dvalerof thin plnrv Spoutspring Ky Oct 17 wean 75 tol 20 lifi liidts 3 Hffhwax 20 Com 3...

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. — 17 October 1896

t - S JR k slkJi TTT - r jt Ait lloj cm out The Winchester Demo crat gives the following iiceount of tlic elopement of MiH Li da McKinncy with Oih Locknanc Wednesday Hhortly after noon Gus Locknine son of Charles Locknanc went to the public fchool building on Hickman street where he wan joined by M its da McKinncy a daughter of Policeman Marion Mc Kinncy The couple went to Richmond where the horse and buggy were found Home hours later bui the couple had gone to Lan caster to be married The bride is only fifteen years old Miss Lida is cloHcly re lated to the McKinneys of this place The Etill Eagle plant at Irvine which was recently bought by Circuit Court Clerk Ja A Wallaec t Commissioners sale haa again been sold this time time to Campton parties who will move the outfit to that place and start a Re publican paper INntiiriil Giim At Washington Mason county gas wax Htruck at a depth of 385 feet Piping wis attached ami the gas ignited and the blaze was 25 feet high and 0 feet in iliam...

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