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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 23 October 1897

M VOL 2 vv Church Directory BAPTIST Services on fut Saturday afternoon and Sunday following I lev Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D H Rcdwinc Comnwlths Atty A H Howard Clerk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk Vernon L Vaughn tominii hioner - John DWinn Ciicnit Court is held on the fourtlf -Monday in March Jun and Xovem her COUNTY COURT Judge - - W II Lilh Clerk - Vernon L Vaugln t ounty Attorney Grant E Lilh Deputy Clerk James A Wallaci SherifT - - James F West Jailer - - J II Powell oroner - A Underwood Supeiintdtof schools C Alarum County court is held on the thiid Monday of each month Quaitcily term of the count held the second Mon days in February May August and November County court of claims meet in A ril and October LOCAL MAGISTRATES COURT Justice - David N Witt onstablc - J J Mcintosh Court h held on Hie Kith of March June September and Dicetiber Old papers for sale at this ofllce at 2 cents per hundred Adorn your house with a coat of IS morass ready mixed paint Sol...

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. — 23 October 1897

M J I r mswmMwmmwp ggTAy r - yry - v Vt THE TIMES 11 ml MlKU iKltt PUBLISHER- Subscription rates 50 cents peryear Kntfred lit the post oflice nt Spotiirtpring Ky ns second clnss inuil matter A HOME MADE PA PHtt 8P0UT6PBING KY SATURDAY OCT 23 1S07 LOCAL BKEY1TES If you want the loeul news f o the Timp Albert Hamilton was in town Wedne diy on business Thr continued drouih is yet unbroken in this county Grant Elkin wa at Mt Ster lin Monday court day on bus iness Trees are dying on the moun tan tops on useount of the con ned droth George Gravett has been vis iting relatives at Wades Mill this week Old newspapers for sale at otliice at twenty five cents per hundred The Lonisville Dispatch and Spoutspring Times both one year for 115 Mr- Eliza ginter of College Hill visited reatives in this ountv thii week Rutherford Todd was held under bond at Richmond in the nUUl Of 000 Ilev S M Carrier delivered a very able sermon at the Meth odiht chuieli Snndav Govenor Bradley refused to pardon Jelf H...

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. — 23 October 1897

-- VflWef irnrji gyicTr gyirf y Mt vjt x Uur new Full Stock of goods is ju t urriving utid we have pbought very heavily antieipat j ing a large trade j While all goods have advano j cd in priee we will continue to- Nell ut Old prices on every thing Vnd hope to continue to merit iyour trade by selling you First J Jlnss Goods at the Lowest Pri fJ jes J K BURGHER JK vt I 1KJ Ir jilt iiZ ZZ VS ffSiffy ye THE TIMES J ID IJURGHEll rtnuisiiKU SATClJAr Oil 23 ADVERTISING KATES One inch firM insertion - 8 oO Each additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made or larger adveitisements by the month IlusiiHss locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line each additional insertion 2 cents Democratic Ticket VWlcrk of theConrtof Appeals SaMIKI J hlIACKELXOKD of Daviiss county For Circuit Judge 1 15 Hedwine of Breathitt county For Commonwealths Attorney A I- Ihni of Wolfe omnty For County Judge For County Atty ForCounty lerkII Wiseman For Circuit Clerk Then Williams For Sheritf S P ...

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. — 23 October 1897

1 i M 4 Old Coin While cleaning out an old spring on Shallow Ford form near White Hall one day this week Waller Todd found bur i d two foot in the mud at the bottom of the spring a Mexi can dollar bearing the date 1810 We saw the coin Tuesday and it looks almost as bright as one coined this year Richmond llegister Hiram Walters living on Puncheon creek in Magoflin the Man count Campton ner can probably number a a larger circle of children and grandchildren than any man of his ag i n Eastern Kentucky He h only Vii years of age has rear ed 14 children all of whom are living and has 74 grandchildren and one grat grandchild Mr Peter Purrieli of the Ca least neighborhood who never stretches the blanket of veraci ty says that he has a horse which goes regularly to the cis tern and with his foot turns the handle and pumps wuter when ever he is thirsty Richmond Mimax The second annual intercol legiate declamatory contest to be held at Winchester under the auspices of the Kentucky Wesleyan C...

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. — 30 October 1897

Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D H llodwine Comiiwlths Atty AIL Howard Clerk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk Vernon L Vaughn Commissioner - John DWinn Circuit Court is held on the fourth Monday in March June and November COUNTY COURT Judge - - W II Lilly Clerk - Venion L Vaughn County Attorney Grant E Lilly leputy Clerk JainesA Wallace Sheriff - - Jamas F Went Jailer - - J H Powell Coroner - A Underwood Superintdt of schools C Marum County court is held on the third Monday of each iiu nth Quarterly terms of the county are held the second Mon days in February May August and November County court of claims meet in April and October LOCAL MAGISTRATES COURT Justice - David N Witt tonstauie - J J iiciniosn Court is held on the 10th of March June September and Uece uber Church Directory RAITIriT Services on first Saturday sift rnoon and Sunday following Rev A G Cokcr pastor Powells Valley Second Paturt ay sin 1 Sunday Rc v J G Parsons pastor M K CHURCH SOUTH Scnic on the thir...

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. — 30 October 1897

1 V Tfr T 3 -- Jt J 8- i 4 THE TIMES niui iHE iviky sattuday F ElJUKfUIKKTR PUBLISHER r UULm Subscription 50 cents pcrycar RIPIKll It JWJ Kiitered nt the post onice lit lUUtslrin Kj IS SOCOIlJ eluss mil tl mutter A IIOMK MAOE 1AlKR SPOUTSPBING KY SATURDAY OCT HO 1MK JOCALBHEVITHS Election liy next Tuesday We have had no ruin here yet Farm era are verv btisv gather J A Fox of Win wn in town Thursday G T iritistead of Waco wa in town Thnr day Jfyou want the loeal new Ulwcril e fo the Times O l Nohtnd of Fainville was in town Thursday An Todd went to Winches tei on Lu iiie Ia t Saturday Sheriff lame- F West was ii town on biisine s Tliuixlav Gideon Combs of Log Lick wa in town Tnesdav Ltiue F Kinney i in Cincinnati with hogs and cat tle A lawyer doe nt know every thing but he thinks ou think no dui Kid 1 11 Gibbs went to Menifee county Monday on hushus Keti the laie t man can umi aly find some woik tliat inoUiei tnuii uugiu to di There ii a senreity of irit h potatoes and the price pro...

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. — 30 October 1897

- AcdMOnttto r a m t Our new Full Stuck of goodbjj fjii just arriving nnd we haviJJ jibought very heavily antieipat i ring a large trade p While all goods have ed in prices we will continue to- Jhell at Old prices on every thing rJAnd hope to continue to meritS kyour trade by Helling you Finite KiGlans Goods at the Lowest Pri i J E BURGHEK JR itt l VA va iz stz z ts y THE TIMES J E UUKGIIER rUIILtHIIKtt SATURDAY 0t 30 ADVERTISING KATES ftneiiuh lirst insertion - 8 50 Each additional inKertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made or larger udveitisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line each additional insertion 2A Democratic Ticket VoKlerk of theCourt of Appeals SAMUKL J SHACKELFORD of Daviess county For Circuit Judge D B Kedwine of Breathitt county For Commonwealths Attorney A F Byud of Wolfe county For County Judge For County Atty ForCounty Clerk W II Wiseman lr Circuit Clerk Thos Williams Iir Sheriff S P Riclwrdson For Sell Mil Supt For Jai...

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. — 30 October 1897

1 S 1 t f I t A I I - i V 4 Si 1 Ml t tfi 1 Ncros Sold in Marion County Two chronic loafers of Leban on named Thomas Hutt und William Heed were convicted of ragrancy at the last term of Cir cuit Court tnd it was ordered that they shoul 1 be requind to work in accordance with law On Monday Sheriff Young posted bdNJannounuing that he will on November 1 at the court house door in Lebanon sell the services of Thomas Huti for nine months and the labor of William Reed for three months to the highest bidder says the Falcon under the laws of Ky These two men will have to do some work for a time at h at and there are more to follow It is nearly twenty years since the law regarding vagrants was en forced in Lebanon but the of ficers are determined to make that combination known as vol untary indolence and want un popular in this city Down in Texas the men dont think the women are worth their veight in gold An exchange from tha part of the country ays a lady died there and while the pill beare...

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. — 6 November 1897

VOL 2 Estill Court Directory Judge CIRCUIT COURT D II Rcdwini WiiwUIih Attv A H Howard Clrrk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk Vernon L Vaughn Commissioner - John flWinn Circuit Court is held on the forith Monday in Marjh June arid November COUNTY COURT Judge - - W If Lilly Clerk - Vernon L Vaughn County Attorney Grant E Lilly Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Sheriff - - James F West Jailer - - J II Powell Ooroner - A Underwood Siipcrintdtof schools C Marutn County court is held on the third Monday of each month Quarterly terms of the county court aro held the second Mon days in February May August tud November County court of claims meet in April and October LOCAL MAGISTRATES -Justice - j - David N Witt instable - J J Mcintosh Courjt is held on the lGth of March June September and December Church Directory BAPTIST Services on first Saturday nft moon and Sunday following Hew A G Coker pastoi Powells Valley Second Saturday sm 1 Sunday Rev J G Pareons pastor M K CHURCH SOUTH Servic s on the ...

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. — 6 November 1897

V I I v- z v THE TIMES itwimikh iveuy sattuday T IS IHJItIIEKJR PUBLISHER SntfcriptloH rate 50 cents per ear Enteicd ttt tho post olflco at Spoutsprin Ivy ms seeonJ clns ma 1 mutter A HOME MADE PAPKK SPOUISPBING KY SATURDAY NOV G 1897 LOCAL BREVITES SuhRerilwf rthTiMK Merchants say there is plenty of bundle The local market will soon be tlooded with game Rabbits are plentiful to the hunters great dt light We would like to tiade goode to f oni nice keeping applet TJie Literary Society held a ery interesting meeting Satur day night Those who keip jottd on local alftirs are reader- of the iuie J Turnips are ery scarce n iig tu the long drouth this fall The dust ricivtd a quiet lay down Sunday night J he rains ol the past week have been gratefully received by rev bodr Thanksgiing day Thursday November 2o S J Pilaris of Winchester u in the village Thursday Old inhabitants say that a cold winter always fohow a drouth Look out Mr and Mrs D McKinney vi ked ruhitves ut Ljvoj and jit Sterling...

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. — 6 November 1897

- I 1 a CO J O S tr Z r Uur new iitil Stock of goodi ji Jis jn t arriving und we havijl yiirinni very neuvny ru ii large trad Whi e all goods have ndvanc Pl in prices vi will continue to jsell at Uld prices on every thing And liopi to continue to merit your trule by selling you First -lash Goodb at the Lowest PriS 1 B BURGHER IK jj tJtVS Jt V fmil H2ZkMiiikiiiiLiLi SATURDAY Koo 0 AIAKKT1SINHATES One inch tiibt insertion - oO aeh additional insertion 25 Liberal eontracts can be made r larger ndveitinjiiients by the month usincs locals Obituaries and Special untie 5 cents per line acli additional insertion 2 nig Kentucky iB Democratic by o handsome majority Tli eitirj Democrat ticket in Powell county was elected by i lajorities ranging from 29 to 181 Of the twenty six Senators who served terms in the lower house before coming to th Senate Senator Mills of Texaf servi d the longest his term be ing from 1873 to J892 T ie President has issued his proclamation for Thanksgiving naming the ...

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. — 6 November 1897

Vt J V - i MiiMurr Kellnr Burn com mittedstticide by hanging her self with si well rope nearCyn t hiit mi She wax to have been married blither bver left fo parts unknown Circuit court convened at Iili ebcthtown Wednesday The docket in large there being new and lorty five eon linued ordinary cases thirty even new 147 continued equity ase Also seventy five com monwealth eases Among these one murder cae that of Ed Shower- charged with killing nis sweetheart in Ranker Grimes parlor a few weeks ago The foreman of one of oui daily paper- by mistake mixed up an article on the conversion of the heathen with a receipt- fi making tomato catsup so ii r -ad thus They are atv stf to bjgin their work by ce 1iiring heathen children and ed ucating them The easiest way to prepare them is to lirst wipi hem with a clean towel then place t lerain dripping pans at d iake them until they aietender then you will have no troubh rubbing them through your and save tiii3 by not be ing obliged to cuti them int...

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. — 13 November 1897

feft vwgnf rid November COUNTY COURT Judge - - W II Lilh Clerk - Vernon L Vaughn County Attorney Grant E Lilly Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Sheriff - - Jmihm F Wet Jailer - - J II Powell oroner - A Underwood SufHiiiitdt of schools C Marum County rourt is held on the third Monday of each month Quaitcrly terms of the county ouitaie held the second Mon days in February May August and November County court of claims meet in April and October LOCAL MAGISTRATES COURT Justice - David N Witt unstable - J J Mcintosh Court is held on the 16th of Maruh June September and December Church Directory BAPTIST Services on first Saturday aftt moon and Sunday following Rev A G Coker pastoi Powells Valley Second Saturday n 1 Sunday Rev J G Papons pistor M E CHURCH SOUTH Servic on the third Saturday night and Sunday morning at Jl oclock Rev S M Carrier pas tor M E CHURCH Services at Kimhrells Chapel ii t lie til Mt Sunday Rev WII i humps m pastor CHRISTIAN CHURCH Services nt Hard wicks creek n the third...

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. — 13 November 1897

3 i COKKESPOMhME ri t t rr r r t r i n r v r vaughx smill A A A - Jk Jk XIA JL Ky ll Tll HKI KVKHY C 1 MlNTSII PUBLISHER Subcription rate ll cents perjear A HUMK MADEPAPEIL SPOUTSPRING KY Lnm We t of Levee was in town Wednesday Circuit court is in session at Stanton tliis week Clark county voted free pikes and bonds to pay for thin You ve invited to hi joet our Winter Stock J E Uurgher Jr J W Henry the expert pho tographer was in town Mon day Thanksgiving the Jijth wee unto the fat gobbler The weather is considerable i oider ince the rain and tires are comfortable Harry Crawford a lame stock dealer of Madi on county was in this vicinity Saturday The season open for lard an- and sausage grinders 1urgher has them Rupard lm- moved into the lesidetice on Hull Street vacated by John Pennett Dr Combs of College Hill wa the guest of W J Harriett of this place Monday night Rev V H Thomas filled his regular appointment at Kiin brels Chape Sunday afternoon John W Dawson Jr and wife of Indian ...

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. — 13 November 1897

f t MMrtSKM HllfW other business which we have to attend to we find it most impossi ble to publish the paper and give it the attention it should have so we have leaded the plain to Mr Mcintosh We extend our thanks to the good people of Spoutpritig who have so geni rously supported the paper from i lit beginning The paper together with the job outfit is now paying its way and is one of the foremost in all Eas tern Kentucky For all of this we owe our enterprising neighbors wIid have so gieitly appreciated our establishing a newspaper at tin plate Notwithstanding there is no other paper published in the conn y we have never received hut from the county or any of it officials for lob work Tin- vVcal court ha3 never ha I the county claims lint published as the law re piiies but our little county elerk without the autlioi ity I roin court had about two thousand copies of the list of claims primed on poster at a cost of 810 and this printing wis done in Richmond But a few weeks ago Mr Vaug...

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. — 13 November 1897

I r t i i 4 4 A 5 4 The -year-old daughter of F V Ferrall of Someet while playing with matches set her clothes on fire and burned from head to foot before assist ance could reach her She will die In the Court of Appeals fif teen days further time was Joe Adkins of Ford to file grounds for a new hearing The ourt recently dismissed his tppeal from a life sentence for murder on technical grounds Our big namesake the battle--hip Kentucky is to Le launched in January on which occasion it i proposed to make her pre ent either a salver ervice or a et of oil painting four representing ecene in the Mammoth Cave and another a hemp field And the sixth a tobacco field Whats the matter with scaling down a bit on the Mammoth ave and a distillery with some of its product and a hos or two representing our thoroughbred- and trotters Shelbv Sentinel Subscribe for the Tim Kg Only 0 centb a vear are being made to tart furnace No 1 of the Watt- Steel and Iron Syndicate t Middlehboro Furnace No 2 vill be...

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. — 20 November 1897

Ustill Court Directory ciKcnrcornT Judge - D 1 WiiwlthsAtfy AIfHovard Clerk - liwiiH A Wallace deputy Clerk Vcnum L Vaughn ComiuisMoiier - John I Winn Circuit Court is hold on the fin rth Mon lay in March Juni a id November COUNTY COURT Judge - - W II Lilly erk - Vernon L Vaughn County Atomey - I A West Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Sheriff - - J amen F Went Jailer - - J II Powell nroner - A Underwood Snju rintdt of school C Marum County court in held on the i bird Monday of each month Quurtc rly terms of the county ouitarc held the second Mon days in February May August tud November County court of claims meet in April and October LOCAL MAGISTRATES COURT Justice - David N Witt onstablo - J J McIntoBh Court is held on the 16th of March June September and 1 ecuiibcr Church Directory BAPTIST Services on first Saturday ifti rnoon and Sunday following lev A 0 Cokcr pastor owells Valley Second Saturday n 1 Sunday Rev J G Parsons pastor M K CHURCH SOUTH Scrvic s on the third Saturday night...

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. — 20 November 1897

V yasswir m THE TIMES IHlllMtKD KVKUY frATUKDAT C IMfJNTOSH PUBLISHER Sntscriptiua rates SO cents prjrear mmmmmm mm W Entered nt the post office nt Jpoutsprin Ky as second class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER SP0UT6PBIH0 KY SATURDAY NOV 50 1897 LOCALBREVITESr Sausage is ripe Subscribe for th Time4 J MuKinney attended Irvine court Mondav W J Barnett returned home from College Hill Tuesday J L Ead if Irvine made a business trip to our town Fri duy Born to the wife of Smithers Tuesday Nov W lb boy John 16 ii imnt Elkin and And Snow den attended court at Mt Ster ling Monday Porn Inst w tk to the wife of Andrew Alexander a p nr twins Weight 9 and 10 pounds Alex Hamilton of near Irvine ur clever Assessor elect made us a pleasant cull Wednesday G W Hurkhart of Hubbard Springs Virginia was in town Tuesday Mr and Mrc Thoma McKin ney visited relatives on Hard wicks creek Satuiday and Sun day You are inuted ti inrjicct our Winter Stock 1 E Burgher Jr W J Christophers is the cheapest place to bu...

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. — 20 November 1897

THE TIMES O 1 MoINTOSII ICttiixiiKit SATUIIDA V iVov HO ADVERTISING KATES One inch first insertion - 8 f0 Kaeh additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts win be made or larger adveitUements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices cents per line iu li additional insertion 2i ents Democratic papers have roasted Watcrson editor of the Courier Journal to a turn Poor Henri The Court of Appeals has de cided that the act of 1804 al lowing Circuit Clerks 5 in fel ony eases is unconstitutional Hack fees will be collected by the Auditor heretofore paid dorks Now that the election is over it is getting to be nearly time for the ollicers to begin kicking about the1 oIiees not paying anything1 but they worked aw ful hard to get something that didnt pay Durant ithe California mur derer has been given a respite of a few more days on account fan error otio Judge Another vidence of why mob law is in vogue If you want your town to grow patronize home industries encourage business m...

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. — 20 November 1897

- I I J I J i 4 sms mmmr x Nkw Iamk Law Rookngents may be killed from Oetober I to September I spring poets from Murvli 1 to lune 1 scan ilil mongers from April 1 to l ehrunry 1 umbrella borrowers from August 1 to November 1 and from February 1 to May 1 while every man who aecepts a paper two years but when the bill is presented says I never ordered it may bo killed on iifiht without reserve or relief from valuation or appraisment laws and buried fac down ward without benefits or clergy Exchange The Louisville Dispatch says The clerks and employes at Lampton Crane Raneye wholesale btore at 813 West Main street were startled the other morning when a child appai ntly about three years of age walked into the store and asked for a job After they had recov ered from their astonishment the clerks asked their visitor what sort of a job he wanted to which he replied that the po sition of general manager would about Mlit him He wa taken to Central Station where he re marked that the position...

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