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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 27 August 1898

r v - K hi 1 1 nn f J 8 tv ySzuvrv iLdUKTU i v 4 1 if- u5f - V VOL 3 Every Day m when you trade with us Contract Awarded Col Albert E Boone of Zanes ville Ohio haa been awarded the contract for the construction and equipment of 250 miles of the Black Diamond railroad system double track from Ghent Ky to Jelico Narrows at816fiOO000 If anyone haa a curiosity to see tbe contract a copy of it ia in possesion of the Ledger Maye ville Ledger - A special says Chas Smith representing local parties has just closed a large deal with Ernest J Fawke of Liverpool and Alex Fraser of Toronto who represent a syndicate of Northern capitalists The deal embraces the jsjolt planing mill at Irvine apd large tracts of timber lajad in Estill ad ad joining1 counties It sis said something near 160000 was paid for the mill and land A cash paymeat was made It is raid that women are more the Week Tbero can fee fonnd a baloct Stock of the Beit Dry Goods Groceries AND General Merchandise AT J I DAWSON ft BROS SP...

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. — 27 August 1898

THE TIMES J E BURGHER PUBLISHER SATURDA r 1 Z7ff 27 ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion - 8 50 Each additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line each additional insertion 2h cents CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club bing rates with the following pa pers at prices below named The Times and Louisville Dispatch 8 75 Cicinnati Enquirer 1 15 Detroit Free Pres3 1 00 Louisville Commercial 75 Ilome and Farm 75 Louisville Daily Post 2 50 One step wont take you very far Youve got to keep on walking One word wont tell folks what you are Youve got to keep on talking One inch wont make you very tall Youve got to keep on growing One little ad wont do it all Youve got to keep em going Exchange The Prohibitions of the Eight Congressional district have nominated Col W H Zaigler of Jessamine Peace With Honor So fast have events moved that neither ...

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. — 27 August 1898

Horn to the Wade of Levee 20 a boy v fJT7 - Ijl to m 1 - - - i -- Wf THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY J EBUB6HERJB PUBLISHE Subscription rates SO cents peryear Entered at the post offlce nt Spoutsjirinp KyM ns second clnss mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER SPOUTSPEINO KY SATURDAY AUG 27 1898 LOCAL BREVITIES Many hogs are dying with cholera on Silver creek For the local news read the Spoutspring Times Dr H M Winburn of Sams was in town Thursday Whooping cough is v quite prevalent in this section W J Christopher was at Ir vine two days of this week D L Crow of Ruthton was over home the first of tho week When you want first class laun dry leave it with your home aent wife of Wm Saturday Aug Jamc II Dawson went down to Winchester on business Thurs day George Gravett is attending the Old Baptist association at Goshen Clark county Jesse Woosley severely cut his ankle last Saturday morning while working on a house sill Tho little 18 months old daughter Mandy of Mr A H Mcintosh has a very bad...

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. — 27 August 1898

55 K 4 w ii t 5if fsh m xK fMm i iii rrn ill ii i n m Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D 13 Red wine CWmvlthsAtty A Byrd Clnrk Jaruea A Wallace Deputy Clerk J F Harris Commissioner - John DWinn Circuit Court is held on tho fourth Monday in March June and November COUNTY COURT Judge - - J W Muncie Clerk - - J F Harris County Attorney L A West Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Sheriff - Steven Daniels Jailer J S Lynch Assessor - All ex Hamilton Coroner - W SWinkler SnperiUdt of schools WSWitt Surveyor - Eugene Witt County court is held on the third Monday of each month Quarterly terms of the county court 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 - John Henderson Constable - John Merrill Court is held on the 10th of March June September and December Church Oirectorv BAPTIST Services on first Saturday morning and Sunday following Rev A G Coker pastor Powells Valley Fourth Satur...

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 September 1898

4SWffl t i h - I 6 V M i 1 tfJ KS C t Ct s 50 cents a year VOL 3 SSSSSSSS32So Every Day in the Week There can bo found a Select Stock of the Best Dry Goods Groceries iif J l r mmmm General AND AT Yon cant bny wrong at onr itoro became we sell right and to everybody alike fT1 Our prices are always -right 3J Wejmy tho highesttnriee for country produco vffe carry an eleearitstbek of goods all the time You GetoFull true story says tho Winchester Democrat A daughter of Capt C P Brooks walked in her sleep eight miles along the O O railroad passing through one long tunncland over twelvefres tles Chickens crowingfor day light awakened her and when she realized her position found herself standing by a mile post eight miles cast of Olive Hill More trains than usual ed over tho road that night and it seems almost a miracle that she was not killed A Chicago paper states that a young couple got married on tho North side The question will na turally arise why they didnt got married all over iiooc...

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 September 1898

ap 34- v W f W m THE TIMES J U DUKGIIEK rUltLISIIER HA TURD A y SEPT 3 ADVERTISING KATES One inch fiist insertion - 8 oO Each additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made lor larger ad veitisements by the month Business local Obituaries and Special noticed 5 cents per line aih additional insertion 2 c CLUB RATES or the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged cluh ing rates with the following pa p rs at prices below named The Times and Louisville Dispatch S 75 Cicinnati Enquirer 1 15 Detroit Free Press 1 00 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Louisville Daily Post 2 50 The people of the United States will erect a magnificient monu ment at the grave of Li Fayette in France The monument will be paid for by the contributions of the school children of this country Europe by this act will learn that the United States never forgete a friend A special from Richmond says In response to the wishes of many friends Hon John 13 Chenault today announced him self a Democrat...

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 September 1898

THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY J E BURGHEBJB PUBLISHE Subscription rates SO cents peryear Entered ot the post office at Spoutspring Ky as second class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER SP0UT6PEING KY SATURDAY SEPT 3 1898 LOCAL BREVITIES Following Paris Winchester will have n street fair For the local news read the Spoutspring Times Warm well dont talk weve been plenty warm this week W G Patrick of Irvine was here Monday and Tuesday W E Heflin went over to Le vee on business Wednesday 3Ir II C Hall was below on business the first of the week James H Crow is loosing a good many hogs with cholera Yon want all the local news eh Then subsribe for the Times A protracted meeting is in progress at Stanton Christian uhurch J W Dawson and wife vis ited Mr John W Barnett and family Sund ay James F MoKinney has been hauling fencing plank to his farm in Clark county W L Jackson of Vaughns Mill was a pleasant caller at our office Thursday Louisville wholesale merchants claim to be attracting a la...

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 September 1898

J sr v V r Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D B Redwine ComnwlthsAtfy A Byrd Clerk - James A Wallace 3eputy 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 Clerk James A Wallace Sheriff - - Steven Daniels Jailer - - J S Lynch Assessor - Allex Hamilton Coroner - SWinkler Superintdt of schools WSWitt Surveyor - Eugene AVitt County court is held on the third Monday of each month Quarterly terms of the county ourt are held the second Mon days in February May August aid November County court of claims meet in April and October LOCAL MAGISTRATES COURT Justice - John Henderson constable - John Merrill Court is held on the lGth of March June September and iJeccuber Church Directory BAPTIST Services on first Saturday morning and Sunday following Rev A G Coker pastor Powells Valley Fourth Saturday ml Sunday Rev JT Hornsby pastor M E CH...

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 September 1898

a ft 7 tKwt Lf v - i r V fa TO KK v ffx W ft I I rr I r it Wj U- yfcK - V- VOL 3 Patronize a Home Industry it Process Broom Mfg Co SPOUTSPBING KY y makes three grades of brooms and users will find them heavier and better than any broom on the market for the money Use Sweep Glean for clean sweeping lb fraf uUx Sto mtimmmmm tf - i HllUHMlWmKWWIWMIIIMMJMIyi KENTUCKY NEWTS Gleaned from all partes of the Common wealth Short Readable Items of Interest to All The session of the Kentucky Synod will meet at Henderson October 25 28 Hartford is to have a tela phono company and exchange at an early date The corner stone of Lexing tons new court house was laid Monday with appropriate cere monies Rev Dr James Stephenson a prominent Methodist preacher died in his pulpit at Springfield Sunday Lieut Eastin Hiett of the Second Kentucky regiment and Miss Mary I Warnock were married at Lexington Rowan county will have a new coii house the contract having been let to a Lexington firm for 14000 Claude Am...

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 September 1898

r jfcrawMiiiirC Z HKfi2SK v l4 MB vf J J X -V m W eSeaaSJgHM V tr Hi SCifflWBBH THE TIMES C u it l 1 IS 13 IJ B G II 13K IUHLISIIER satujida r SZT iO ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion - 8 50 Each additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Busine local Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line ach additional insertion 2h c nts CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club bing rates with the following pa pers at prices below uamvd TheTjMKsand Louisville Dispatch 75 Cicinnati Enquirer 1 lo Detroit Free Press 1 00 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Louisville Daily Post 2 50 The Pops continue to show their inability to do thing6 right In Floyd county Indi ana they indorsed Hobson for president of the United States Time is money exclaims an impetuous business man That may be true yet it is a generally admitted fact that it requires a c msiderable amount of money in order to have a good tim...

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 September 1898

THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY T E KURGHER JR PUBLISHE Sotscription rates SO cents pcrycar Entered at the post office at Spoutspring Ky as second class mail matter v A HOME MADE PAPER SPOUTSPRING KY SATURDAY SEPT 10 1898 LOCAL BREVITIES Soldiers at Lexington robbed a night watchman of 20 Mies Emma Grinstead is vis iting Miss Eliza Harris Several nights of this week wore most cool enough for frost Sharpsburg will have n four days fair beginning Sept 27 W J Christopher is putting a new roof on his old store build ing Asa Todd went to Montgom ery county on business Thurs day J Willmott McKinney mov ed to his place at Levee Thurs day Hazel Green has decided to have a four days fair beginning Oct 11 W E lleflin hus the thanks of our office force for several fine bunches of grapes Mrs Polly A Stewart of Ir vine is visiting her daughter Mrs John Bennett Miss Mary Stevenson of ville is the guest of her sister Miss Nancy Stevenson Several sales of corn have been made in the blnegrass sec...

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 September 1898

M J - r j t IM R- b wtj -53 w Uncle Bill McCann living near Vanceburg has had anoth er unfortunate matrimonial ex perience He isnow82yearsold After living a widower for some time he married Mrs Sallie Bird She fell in love with the hired man Uncle Billy became a ware of the facts and agreed to get a divorce which he did His second wife then married the hired man Uncle Billy looting the bills and they all lived happily together Last April Uncle Billy married Mies Grace Hill yesterday when he arose he found a let ter from his wife saying she had ceased to love him and left Uncle Billy has now lost all faith in wimin Winchester Democrat Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D B Redwine ComnwlthsAtty A Bvrd 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 W Muneie Clerk - - J F Harris County Attorney - L A West Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Steven Dinielc Sheriff - -...

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 September 1898

V iw A S ii- tto trmmmnmmmtmm - MHHKrMtY j r V - f 4 S f - fcrt7 ggfr33GM 9 C J I DAWSON I BROS Is the tost place in the eonnty to buy just what you want in General Merchandise Dry Goods Notions etc We have just re ceived some new goods in this line nnd will sell them very cheap Groceries Flour c Our stock of Groceries nre fresh and pure and can be bought for as little money as at any place in Kentucky Hardware Queensware Glassware and such j like is of the best selected that can be bought anywhere for the money nnd we will not bo undersold on these goods Kemcmber wo are agents for the Old Hickory wagon Boots Shoes Hats c And everything else usually kept in n country storo is here and we pos itively will tell you goods if you want to buy and will give us an op portunity Bring us your country produce we will pay you the highest market price fowame in goods Thanklngjyou for past favori and hoping to continue to gain new ouitomers by fair and honest dealings we beg to remain as ever To...

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 September 1898

UHMKw - - JHRjt v 3T MP S K mi k t hJ THE TIMES J 3D BURGHER rCULlSUEB SATURDAY SEPT 17 ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion -Each additional insertion i 8 50 25 Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line each additional insertion 2 cnts CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club bing rates with the following pa pers at prices below named TheTjMEsand Louisville Dispatch 73 Cicinnati Enquirer 115 Detroit Free Press 1 00 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Louisville Daily Post 2 50 Many a man who is looked up to by his neighbors never chop ped a cord of wood in his life He leives that for his wife to do when he is not at home The -expenses of the post ofllce department last year were 93000000 The receipts were 832000000 This year it is ex pected the receipts will reach 8100000000 breaking all records The Grand Army meeting at Cincinnati last week elected...

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 September 1898

W THE TIMES published EVEny Saturday IS EUKGIIERJR PUBLISHE Subscription rates SO cents peryear Entered at the post office nfc Spoutspring Ky ns becond clnss mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER SPOUTSPRING KY SATURDAY SEPT 17 1898 LOCAL BREVITIES J E Tutor of Waco was in town Thnrsfln3T we nave nau several warm days the last of the week See notice of stray shotc in an other column of this isue Monda is county court day at both Irvine and MtSterling See photograph outfit for sale in another column of this isue James Pryor of Fox was ob served on our streets Thursday Rev Albert Easter of Iron Mound was in town on business Tuesday C T Grinstead Deputy sheriff was in town Friday on business J H Dawson went up and Ed Kinc into the mountains to buy cattle thip week J Lyman King is afflicted with rheumatism and is in a very bad condition Gen Cassius M Clay has been granted a divorce from his child wife Dora James J Curry traveling salesman was interviewing our merchants Wednesday Watermelons are...

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 September 1898

lRf ySk w If p -St - 1 iy m ta Up proposes that each coun ty bhall decido by vote on Janu ary 1 of each year who the worst man in the county is and that the man receiving the highest num ber of votes shall on tbe cnsuiug February 1 be hanged It is claimed for the plan that it would induce bad men to emigrate and that the complimentary vote received by those who had just begun to be bad but were not generally recognized as such would teud to create a desire within them to be enrolled a inons the well behaved If some men were to lose their reputation they would be lucky Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Judge - D 15 Redwine CWnwlthsAtty A Bjrd Clerk - James A Wallace Deputy Clerk J F Harris Commissioner - John DWinn Circuit Court is held on the fourth Monday in Slarch June and November COUNTY COURT Judge - - J W Muncie Clerk - J F Harris County Attorney - L A West Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Sheriff - - Steven Daniels Jailer - - J S Lynch Assessor - Allex Hamilton Coroner - W S Wi...

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. — 24 September 1898

W i 1 iMlnffTTimiuto i 1 - VOL 3 o 9 p Thanking you for past favori and hoping to continue to gain new customers by fair and honest dealings we bog to remain as ever Your Pocket Books friondo J W Dawson Bro SPOUTSPRING KY to Dry Goods Notions etc We have just re ceded some now goods in this line and w ill bell them very cheap Groceries Flour c Our stock of Groceries are f eth and pure and can be bought for as little money as at any place in Kentucky Hardware Queenswnre Glassware and such VV9IS J I DAWSON BROS Ig tha best place in the county tolroy jutt what you want in General Merchandise m m oj like is of the best selected that can be bought anywhere for the money and we will not be undersold on these goods Kemember we are agents for the Old Hickory wagon Boots Shoes Hats c And everything else usually kept in n country store is here and we pos itively will sell you goods if you want to buy and will give us an op portunity Bring us your country produce we will pay you the highest ma...

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. — 24 September 1898

- 1 ML i - sZrf ra V VS V CErivr - - V - Sk u THE TIMES J 13 BURGHER PUBLISHER SA TURD A Y 57T J ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion - S 50 Each additional insertion 2o Liboril contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Buines local Obituaries and Special notices 5 cents per line each additional insertion 2 cents CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club bing rates with the following pa pers at prices below named The Times and Louisville Dispatch 75 Cicinnati Enquirer 1 15 Detroit Free Press 1 00 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Louisville Daily Post 2 50 The war is over but the wnr tax it appears has come to Ptay The country seems to demand the retirement of old granny Al gers and if the capital was out west he would be kicked out gays a western exchange Statistics prove that it costs S000 worth of modern ammu nition to kill a soldier in battle Thats not high for an Ameri can but its more than a thou sand Spaniards ar...

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. — 24 September 1898

A rs AJ A THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATUBDAY T E BURGHERJR PUBLISHE Subscription rates SO cents teryear Entered at the post office nt Spoutspring Ky as second class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER 8P0UTSPBIHG KY SATURDAY SEPT 24 1898 LOCAL BREVITIES See notice of second hand en gine wanted Estill Springs has closed for the season A fine rain fell Wednesday night and Thursday Mrs Veana Curtis sick list this week is on the The man who courts more than one girl at a tiino is courting trouble Mrs Edith McKinney is vis iting her son J W McKinney at Union Hall Jonah Wages has been ap pointed postmaster rtt Wages- ville this county Corn cutting is progressing rapidly This is unusually ear ly for corn cutting The next session of the Boones Creek Association will bo held at Corinth church The fifty third session of the Louisville Conference is being held at Louisville this week For Sale Ten head of Btock hogs average weight about 135 pounds LSam3IronmoundKy For Salt A schollaiship in Lexington...

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. — 24 September 1898

iBfi5 -- Ni1 T f V1 V f 3 v fe to r - it i 1 Lud iiv 1 ft fm - If MM fi TBkA Early Irosts Following is a list of early frosts in Kentucky for years past August 28 G3 Septem ber 17 6S October 31 70 September 29 71 October 12 74 September 20 75 October 7 TG October 15 77 October 21 7J September 20 SO Oc tober 20 SI October 21 SG October 15 S7 September 29 SS October 17 91 Lexington is reported to have a negro within her corporate limits that wont cat watermelons lie ought to be secured as an attrac tion in a side show at a circus and exhibited as the greatest Ihing curiosities of the present cen tury i i aw m Dont think a man looks the right way every time he turns his head Estill Court Directory CIRCUIT COUNT Judge - D B Redwine ComnwlthsAtty A Bjrd 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 W Muncie Clerk - - J F Harris County Attorney - L A West Deputy Clerk Jam...

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