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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 18 June 1898

3MI fea IS1 jf j tf AT V v lr i oaamamiwMi THE 50 cents a year VOL 3 There were fiveCaptains chanc ed to meet one Russian one Ttuk one Frenchman one A ineriean and one Englishman One proposed a champagne sup per each one to give a toad of ma own native country or pay for the wine drank after supper The Russian Heres to the Ktnrs and bars of Russia that were never pulled down TheTuik Heres to the moons of Turkey whose wings were never clipped The Frenchman Heres to the cook of France whose feathers were never picked The American Heres to the htirs and Btripes of the United States of America that never fail ed to defeat The Englishman Heres to the rampant roaring lion of Jreat Britain that tore down the Mars and bars of Russia clipped l he wings of Turkey picked the feathers of the cock of France and ran like h I from the star iind htripes of the United States of America Exchange Understood Their Xatjirc Quite a crowd was sitting in the shade of the Combs House lust Sunday morning tal...

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. — 18 June 1898

1 h i THE TIMES J E BURGHER PUI1E1SHER SA TURD A Y J 0ArJ IS ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion - 50 Each additional insertion 23 Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line oach additional insertion 2 cents AMNOUHCEHEST We are authorized to announce JOHN E GARNER ni a candidate for Congress from the Tenth District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democrats par ty Twenty five applications for pensions on account of the Maine disaster have been filed George Clay Democratic car didate for Congress from Pike ounty has withdrawn from the race The State Board of Equaliza tion makes the total equalized assessment for this year 8555 877067 The assessors had it 853193 1040 For 1807 the State Board made the ases ment 8549419980 and for 1S96 it was 8570920762 Hon John D Atkinson of Stanton has declined to become a candidate for Congress not withstanding the many solici tations to do so Mr ...

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. — 18 June 1898

4 v - V IfS typfasiAVManmmiw M wntmib i v - v A THE TIMES FUMISHED EVERY SATURDAY T E BURGHER Jll PU3LISHE x i 4 t Subscription rates SO cents perydir jt Entered nt the post office nt Spoutsprinp KyM ns second class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER 8P0UT6PBIHG KY SATURDAY JUNE 18 1893 LOCAL BREVITIES A fi le rain fell yesterday Russell Christopher went to Torrent Sunday M B Eubank of Kightangle was here Monday Tom Curtis went to Merritt yesterday on business Born to the wife of Sandy Woosley Saturday June 11 a pon J Harlan Dawson was be low on business two days of this week Earthquake shocks were felt at several places in the State Wednesday George P Douglas of Levee wan in this section on business Wednesday Quails are said to be more plentiful this year than they have been for 6ome time Remember Ave pounds of good honey pays for one years sub tcription to the Times John W Bafnetl returned from Miller 8 t Greek Monday where he had been on business Blackberries will soon be ripe An abun...

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. — 18 June 1898

V - WUltt 4 7d mm v f ft s V m f The Priest Was Ahead An Irish priest had labored liard with one of his rlock to in duce him to give up the habit of drink but the man was obdurate 1 tell you Michael said the jiriest whisky is your worst en viiiy and you should keep as far away from it as you can My iniiny is it father Michael And it was er iiveiences silf that was tellin lis from the pulpit only last Sun day to love our iniuiies So I was Michael rejoined the priest but was I any m here telling you to swallow em Every man who is tlie father of a bright ton is a firm believer in hereditary For the local news Snoutspiing Times read Estill Court Directory the CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D B Redwinc ComnwlthsAtty A Brd Clerk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk J F Harris Commissioner - John DWinn Ciicuit Court is held on the fourth Monday in March June and November COUNTY COURT Judge - - J W Mnncie Clerk - - J F Harris County Attorney - L A West Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Sheriff - - Steven Danie...

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. — 25 June 1898

W V Y 1111 I w TT Hit KJV I X VOL 3 How The Name Uncle Sam Wus Originated 4 Do you know the origin of the title Uncle Sam as applied to the United States government It is an old story Ibut a good one and particularlynteresting in these warlike Jimeg Immediately aftethe declara tion of war in 18lElbdrt An derson of New York a contract or visited Troy where he pur chased a large quantity of pro visions The inspectors for the government were Ebenezer and Samuel Wilson The latter was more familialy known as Uncle Sam and he superintended the work in person On tins occH j Hon a Jarge nurauer 01 woiKineiu were employed in overhauling theJprOjVisiSiil pujchaBed by tho contractor for the army Tlie oasksweremarked AJLJJJJ This work fell to tbe lot of a facetious fellow in theemploof the uMesravWilson rf who jpn bet imrAiskeuV by sbrae pfh fellow workmen tne meaning 01 iuo mark for the letters U S for United States were then -almost citirely new to them said Un cle SamJ Wilson The joke took a...

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. — 25 June 1898

i i 9 j - a id THE TIMES J E BURGHER PUBLISHER SV1 TURD A 3 J CTiVl J ADVERTISING RATES One inch first inbertion - 8 5U Each additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business local Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line each additional insertion 2 cents - AHN0UHCEMX1U We are authorized to announce JOHN E GARNER n a candidate for Congress from the Tenth District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic pai ty More coffee is used in the U nited States than any other coun try the annual consumption be ing not far from 450000000 pounds for which American inu porters pay about 890000000 to the growers The railways of this country hhow unprecedented earnings for the month of May the gross earnings of 112 roads which have reported being in round num bers 44o04000 a gain of 137 per cent over May 1897 The General Association of the Baptists of Kentucky in atHopkinsville passed res olutions urging the trustees of the Sout...

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. — 25 June 1898

THE TIMES PUDMSHED EVERY SATURDAY J JB BURGHERJR PUBLISH Subscription rates S 0 cents jcryear Entered nt the post office at Spout6pringKy ns second claaa mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER 8POUT6PBIHG TLY SATURDAY JUNE 25 1898 LOCAL BREVITIES A few ripe be found blackberries can Tuesday wbb the longest day in the year J F McKinney was in Irvine Monday court day There were eeverul cool days the first of the week The river was past fording Saturday ond Sunday Waco is now connected to Richmond by telephone The land was blessed with fine rains the last of lns week Ben Edwardp of College Hill was here Sunday and Monday J M Edwards of College - Hill was here Monday and yes terday Hugh Todd of Irvine wrp here Wednesday selling opti cal goods n J A Cox of Irvine will teach the school at Marble yard this fall W G Patrick the cash mer chant of Irvine was here on bus iness Tuesday The cool days of this week has afforded excellent opportu nity for farm work Read notice to pensioners and officials wh...

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. — 25 June 1898

mmmm i ai l fc C -v i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm f TliltlBf9k - a j UfdB bHB ijJRtn - - - J a l t tC i3RT -- SKH1 1 IBrtv - WSW -- - rtR i 3iffimTi An exchange propounds the following queries Can you an swer any of them You can any day see a while horse but why is it you never see a white colt How many kinds of trees grow in your neighborhood and what are they good for Why does a horse eat grass back ward and a cow eat forward Why does a hop vine always wind one way and a bean anoth er Where should the inside of a chimney be the largest at the tp or bottom and why Can you tell why a horce tethered with a rope always unravels it while a cow twists it into knots Whv do leaves turn upside down iust before a rain What is the length of a horses head is it as long as a flour barrel What animals have no front teeth and why Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D 13 Redwine tomiwlthsAtty A Brd Clerk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk J F Harrif Commissioner - John DWinn Circuit Court is held on th...

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. — 2 July 1898

I i - t ft M If 1 bituary many papers that he cannot help his local paper out by sub scribing ThiB is also the same man who wants a fifteen line lo cal put in your paper just to fill up you know Ex The Dover girl who express ed so much sympathy for the farmer because of his cold win ter job of harvesting his winter wheat is equal in agricultural knowledge to the Higginsport girl who expressed a desire to see a field of tobacco when it wus plugging out But the Georgetown damsel who asked which cow gives buttermilk i i entitled to the bakery And the Russellville Miss who was asked if alio ever saw any body milk a cow said Oh yes I have It just tickled me to death to see uncle Jerk two of the coirs faucets at one time Exchange Wlncheste Court Fewer cattle on the market than almost ever before known and hardly enough pales to jus tify quotations About all on hand were sold and more could have been The best prices were for few stee8 weight 1810 pounds which were sold by Al len Dykes for ...

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. — 2 July 1898

vV v Km j GNJ r it v V y 1 in U v v i I t jj v - V- f m fR - THE TIMES J 13 BURGHER IUIILISMEK SA TURDA Y J A ADVERTISING RATES One inch firt insertion - S Eicli additional insertion 2o Liberal contracts can bonndc for laiger advertisements by tlie month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line naoh additional insertion 2 c nts L D Lewis of Hyden wuf nominated the Democrntic can didate for Congress in the eleventh district The Court of appeals ad journed la6t week for th Sum mer vacation It will meet a jiain the third Monday in Sep tember The daily papers are very lib eral to the government in giv ing what they consider of much value to her in this war with Spain advice The West Liberty convention is now a thing of the paet and Hon T Y Fitzpatrick of Pres tonsburg was renominated for Congress He received the nom ination on the seventeenth bal lot Estill countys company of volunteers are men of pluck When Col Colson wanted to ap point Ethelbert Scott of Lexing ...

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. — 2 July 1898

lBKSiWBHWSsttJBHHWRBB8Wl Vx v f 1 W Wf f K M MfT J v - v - tMrrfiiriiMiiifi liiiinwamiiwi 4kSWWf sy i THE TIMES PUnUSHfeD EVKIIY SATURDAY T K BUBGHERJB PUBLISrE Sntscription rates SO cents Entered nt the post office at Spoutsiiring Ky as second claw mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER BPOUTSPEIHO KY SATURDAY JULY 21898 LOCAL BREVITIES m Dont forget to 6tamp your checks when writing them Pete Gentiy of near Rich mond was in town Thursday J IT Diwfon made a bnpineps tiip to Winchester Wednesday Quite a number from this plnce went to Wincester court day Billie Wade of Levee Mont gomery count was here Satur day The State Baptist Association will be held at Mt Sterling next year Mips Maggie Birnett of Le vee is the guest of Miss Besse Barnett a Mips Maud Dawson of Indian Fields Is the guest of her broth er J W Dawson The market is stocked with fine blackberries The yield is the largest in years Mrs Lou Breeze of Dodge visited relatives at this place Tuesday and Wednesday David Hampton of Plnch...

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. — 2 July 1898

vKhRi v f V r fcf WW Br A number of the leading can ning factories of this country have formed a trust Present Day Parables And it came to pass that after he had advertised his goods there came unto him great multitudes from all the region round about him and did buy of him And when his competitor saw it they marveled among themselves Haying Verily verily I say un to you in this fast age of push and hustle it is easier for a cam pi to go through the eye of a nee dle than for a rich man to flour ish without advertising Thus endeth the first reading Win chester Democrat Subscribe for your home pa per it costs less than lc a week Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D 1 Redwine ComiwlilisAtty A Brd Clerk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk J F Harris Commissioner - John DWinn Circuit Court is held on the fourth Monday in March June and November COUNTY COURT Judge J VY Muncie Clerk - - 1 F Harris County Attorney - L A West Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Slieiiff - - Steven Daniel Jaile...

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. — 9 July 1898

xc z r rifi iiiwiii hmm n JriifrrrrfffffTMimiiinnwii mm i W t i s 50 cents a year VOL 3 RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Tenth Congression al Democratic Comention The Democracy of this the Tenth Congressional District assembled at West Liberty on June 23 adopted the folhving resolutions 1 We approve the call for this convention and thank the people of West Liberty and Morgan county for their hospi tiility and kindness to its mem bers 2 We reaffirm the plutform of the Democratic party adopt ed at Chicago in 1800 and are gratified to see that the great leader there presented to the people as their standard bearer for right in war as he was to maintun his principels in time of pence 3 We regret the conditions that forced a war with Spain on a people who always prefer peace but we unqualifiedly en dorse the determination of the 1 If - s American Congress to stop the ce8 ihll v iFKKW J A Cox B F Wyntt W T HavenB A B Stephens One Hundred Years Ago One hundred years ago no puhlio library in 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. — 9 July 1898

M 4 1 a- wfc w r J 2 1 o - j ft -44 f THE TIMES J 13 BURGHER rUHLISIIER ri TURD A Y1ULY 9 ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion Each additional insertion 8 oU 25 Lihi ral contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line ai h additional insertion 2 cenV liiu LiiiUd Umtederate Vetei ns will meet in annual conven tion at Atlanta Georgia July 20 to 23 It requnes eigut tiiueB the strength to ascend n stairway that it takes to travel the same distance on a level Providence is our ally in a war for humanity and with such an ally we do not need Eegland or any other nation Should we go for conquest and annexation we might lose Providence and gain England but we could not afiord to make the change Louisville Dispatch Capt Win Uuune ienny a great grandson of the old pioneer D initd Boone will lead a Lin coln county company in the Sixth United States volunteers Oiipt Penny is a typical Ken- tcucian in appearance st...

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. — 9 July 1898

aiteigSftta OUR MOTTO Quick Sales and Small Profits lit Our Stock OF xrfl r JV Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats and Shoes Hardwaie Harness and Sadlery Also a Nice Line of Ladies Hats is complete Get our prices 6efore 6uyii llo troa61e to sKoW goods Produce of all kinds Wanted I J Christopher Patronize a Home Industry Progress Broom Mfg Co SPOUTSPRING KY makes three giades of brooms und users will find them heavier unci better than any broom on the market for the money Use Sweep Clean for clean sweeping Madison Monumental Works RICHMOND KY Manufacturer and Dealer In Granite Monuments Zfsi and all kinds of Cemetry Work JAS T HAMILTON Proprietor GEO 0 DOZIER Bisineii Manager Edgar Park who organized the company f volunteers at Irvine was in the city Saturday on hi return from Lexington where he wnt to have a confer ence with Col Colson and see what could be done to have him reconsider bis order refusing the Estill company Mr Park reports a very cool reception with no encouragement whate...

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. — 9 July 1898

- VtJ -fir ft f fri UWi fb jfei BStf Mfc r r Sk1 v - Tt3 i m 1 1 nw tmutp 1 1 iTiiLimtoitritiH ve wy 0 II Venner of Uluehill 3Ie claims ihe distinction of having built from newspapers three years ago what is now said to be the best boat in town His material was 36 thicknesses cf newspapers pasted together A Chicago debating society recently discussed this ques tion When is the happiest dsiy of n mans life the day he i 5 married or the day he is di vorced Joe Tillord was shot to death at Crib Orchard Sunday by a drunken nejro named George Stevenson who mi took for an nemy Citizens came very neai lynching him but better judg ment pnvaied and the law will be let take it course Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D B Redwine ComiwltlisAtty A Bvrd Clsrk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk J F Harris Commissioner - John DWinn Circuit Court is held on the fourth Monday in March June and November COUNTY COURT Judge - - J W Muncie Clerk - - J F Harris County Attorney - L A West Deputy Cl...

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. — 16 July 1898

I jut- ft- - jj 4 T Cm 50 cents a year VOL 3 Every Day General Merchandise m hei you trade with us black Diamond in Jackson The Black Diamond Kailroad Company is surveying u route through Jackson county and it is thought they will surely build the rold work to commence in this county not later than next spring Let her come A rail road is whut we have been need ing for a long time Hut its not whut people want that does them good Welchburg cor London Echo J It Johnson of Scott coun ty has lost during the past thir sty days from cholera 180 fine imported hogs which- he vulued ut 2500 He attributes the cause of the disease to a person throwing dead hogs into the creek which floated them down to his faruif Dover News I will jnisB you when you go to the war said she I hope the Spaniards will miss me too said he as he brokd a way American forests haveproduc ed during the past six years 324 000000000 feet of lumber vain- edat250P0000000 y - AT J W DAWSON BBOS SPOUTSPRING KY You cant tmywTon...

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. — 16 July 1898

m lt9 xHW9HM i t j Ml i m BflKHllraP d - bBM3otv3HIHM0I Zm mmmmm8mmmmmmmwwmmmk THE TIMES J E BURGHER PUBLISHER TURD A Y J 0Z r iff ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion - 8 50 Each additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be rmde for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line tich additional insertion 2J cents A California judge says that he asked a foreigner why he wished to be naturalized and the foreigner replied So that I can sell my vote Ex We would like to see one bat tle in which the men who cause wars would be m di to line up on opposite sidee and fight each other with neither truce nor quarter Louisville Dispatch The Adams Express Compa ny has issued an order to its a gents throughout the United States to accept and forward merchandise of any kind con signed to soldiers anywhere in reach of the company at a re duction of 25 on the regular charges Joe A Parker brought suit in the Marion Circuit court for 30000...

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. — 16 July 1898

- v V V 1 J - i wj jiTi jfiMftiLiijiai i jjifc iniiiiSuiifci jlJTT iiBy8nF VfjjilBitt yMfeS a iL i - OUR MOTTO Quick Sales and Small Profits Our Stock Or Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats and Shoes Hardwaie Harness and Sadlery Also a Nice Line of Ladies Hats is complete Get our prices 6efore 6uyiicj tfo trou61e to shoW goods Produce of all kii8s Waivted W J Christopher Patronize a Home Industry Progress Broom Mfg Co SPOUTSPRING KY makes three tfiudes of brooms nnd users will find them heavier and better thun uny broom on the market for the money Use Sweep Clean fop clean sweeping Madison Monumental Works RICHMOND KY Manufacturer and Dealer In Granite Monuments aid all kinds of Cemetry Work JAS T HAMILTON Proprietor GEO 0 DOZIER Business Manager THE TIMES PimMBHED EVERY SATURDAY J E BURGHERJR PUBL1SHE Subscription rates SO cents peryear Entered ot the post offlco ot Spoutspring Ky as Becond class mall matter A HOME MADE PAPER SP0UTSPBI5O KY SATURDAY JULY 16 1898 LOCAL BREVITIES We had ...

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. — 16 July 1898

J4 X If V igy ffiS jPy 1S C iS rCi l V V It is a sad commentary on the State of molality and citizenship of many parts of Breathitt coui that evi n at this day of en lijhtinent and education the privilege of instructing child ui is practically sold to the highest bidder In many localities an honest man who U unwilling to buy iischool can have no hope of leaching The trustees of the t chools who engage in this nefa rious biifiiiess may realize some financial profit from it but they may be sure that their children will pay tne bill It is absurd to think that a dMionrbt pen on can teach a child to be iionet t Jf lliese children grow up into law breaking dishonest unprincipled men mu women it is only tne natural harvest from the bad Seed sown Lets have honest tru tees and hornet teachers Lekson Hustler Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D B Redwine WiwltheAtty A Bjrd Clerk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk J F Harris Commis ioner - John DWinn Ciicuit Court is held on the fourth M...

Publication Title: Spout Spring Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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