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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spout Spring times. — 10 August 1899

J it AH fT ywwiHui f VOL 4 The Sick at Manila A cablegram just received from Manila via Hong Kong and therefore tiuccnsorcd reports that oOOO American polilicrs arc sick in tbo varotis liopitnls while an official report put the figure at 1800 The regimental surgeons report that large numbers of sol diers on duty are practically un lit fpr active service Chief Sur geon Wood hull nays the increase in the military forces in the Phil ippuies necessitates the employ inent of forty additional surgeons jeneral Otis has so far disap proved of this recommendation The lynching of the five Ital ians atTalluIoil Ia hns already been the subject of an ofiieial note by the Italian Government to the Department of Stqte The incident recalls the lynching of men of the fame nationality at NewOrleans during I larrinons ad ministration It almost can Fed a war and did result in the with drawal of tho Italian Minister from Washington J he matter is viewed with some concern by official circles Tin lynched ...

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 August 1899

V fyWmmBimmm jrnz TIME TIMES J IS BUBGHER IUIILISUEII TifunsDA r 1 rG 10 ADVERTISING RATKS One inch first insertion - 8 50 Kach additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made 4 for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 10 cents per line a eh additional insertion 5 cents CLUB BATES For the convenience of our sub sviihers we have arranged club bing rates with the following pa pers at prices below named The Times and Louisville Dispatch 75 Oicinnati Kmjuirer 1 15 4- Detroit Free Press 1 00 44 Louisville Commercial lo 44 Home and Farm 75 41 Louisville Dailv Toht 2 50 A FARM JOURNAL Great From now toDec 1903 Qfppt Nearly o yea is By special arrangement with the publishers of the FARM JOURNAL we are enabled to of fer that paper to every Mibscriber who pays for the TIMES one year ahead for only 50c both pa pers for the price of outs only niir paper one year and the Faun Journal from now to December 903 nearly 5 years The Farm Journal is an...

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 August 1899

i i fy mmsmmm THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATUBDAY J E BURGHERJE PUBLISHER Subscription rates 50 cents peryear Entered at the spring Kv as postoffide at second class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER SPOUTBPBING KY THURSDAY AUG 10 1899 LOCAL BREVITIES Farmers are buy cuttingoff their pastures Old newspapers sale for at 20 cents per hundred Mr ViviofT of Bourbon coun ty was up here Tuesday The Teachers Institute is in session at Irvine this week Miss Lilly Barker returned to her home at Irvine Sunduy Regular term of Quarterly court will be held at Irvine next Mon day J E Burgher Sr made two business trips to Mt Sterling last week Copious rains continue to fall on this favored section of country of ours Several from thiB place are at- tending the Lexington week fair this The fair at Richmond last week is said xo have been a buc cess Morgan Gravett of Thom son was here Tuesday and Wednesday R SChri6topher und George Gravett were in Winchester two days of this week Very pleasant weather has 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. — 10 August 1899

7- 1 j Ujcuhhy f WITH il K BHcnley Co - j Wholesale - 1 Grocers Cincinnati 0 Will call on lie mcrchals of Islill n every 30 Jays -O I w WM E E WEST WiNCUKSTl J KV WTrJ Krnso Baldnian Hwo Co Cincinnati Ohic Wholesale Hardware DHALKltf Will make regunr 1 1 tlnimh t bisection NO TUITION Will hereafter bo charged hy the Lexington Bus College t i its graduate ho fnil tos eire po sitions We ureuillinirtn take equal cliaHs with our ptipilo 98 KAT A LOG Xpluiiishcu and why up can afford to do this We do not ifiinr iintee position Fori opy nildreen 1 H JONES Kiwinos Mjrr 116 Eaet Muin bt Leximitov K v W9 T WIBBj WATGEMAXEH AND JEWELER AGENT TOR HIGH GRADE WATCHES All kinds of Watch and Hock llepairing in connection with hi totiporial department Satisfaction guaranteed CLAY CITY KV TIIEi Winchestci Bank iMOKIOKtTKD N H WiniKRHPooN Ires Winchester K Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20000 We olicit the account of nidi viluiln funis and corporations 3 C8 National lrobperit and Roads Chairman Otto Il...

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 August 1899

3Ki2g5rSSfi tMWnnPQMnm9HMH9MnWVW ti fr KSC i VOTx J KENTUCKY CHOP KllOKT Condition of Crcpj and Livo Stock Au gust 1st 1090 lleplies were received this month from 150 correspondents representing 104 counties WHEAT Threshing hns progressed with had give 57 answers good 15 answers average and 20 answers had Reports of bad quality conies mainly from counties containing much river bottom land where the crop pullered injury from rust The question Are farmers marketing wheat freely as threshed elicited 43 answers in the afllrmutive and 12 in the negative To the 6ame ques tion on this date of 1808 18 an swered yes und 124 no The uverage price of No 2 wheat is 05 cents per bushel The uverage price on this date r for pustthreo yeurs was 1898 08c 1807 GGc 1890 40c - cohn The drouth during July has disastrously affected the corn crop The dry period varied considerably in duration some counties receiving beneficial showers on July 20th and 21st while in others relieving rains did not fall until...

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 August 1899

3 THE TIMES j e Burgher PUBLISHER TnURSDA r -4 CTG 17 ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion -Each additional insertion r iri 50 25 Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 10 cents per line ach additional insertion 5 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 Dailv Post 2 50 A FARM JOURNAL G reSlt From now toDec1903 Offer earb 5 yeas By special arrangement with tho publishers of the FARM JOURNAL we are enabled to of fer thai paper to every subscriber who pays for the TIMES one year ahead for only 50c both pa pers for the price of ours only our paper one yearand the Farm Journal from now to December 903 nearly 5 years flic Farm Journal is an old established pa per enjoying gr...

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 August 1899

WWIKlHiHI Iml THE TIMES runiisnED evehy sATunnAV J E BUKGHERJR PUBLISHER Subscription rates 50 cents peryear Entered at he postoffloe at SdouI spring Kv as second class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER SPOUTSPBING KY THURSDAY AUG 17 1899 LOCAL BREVITIES Call Up Rlnn No 1 Wo liavo secured a privilege over the Clay City Spoutspring Telephone line by which anyone wishing to talk with the editor can do ho free of charge by call ing up ring no 1 Please- re member this Clay City people when you wish to speak to the editor Several front this place were in Irvine Monday Old newspapers for sale at 20 cents per hundred Rev A G Coker will preach tit Salem Monday nilit The Covington Commonwealth daily has suspended publica tion Born to tho wife of Geo W Ginter of College Hill August 2 a girl Boom up the proposed tele phone line from this place to Irvine Mips Esa McKinney is visiting Iter sister Mrs G V Lewis at Thomson Born to the wife of Albert Crow Tuesday August 3th a lino boy Mr and Mrs J Dani...

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 August 1899

i e e West WIXtlJESTK KYM WITM KruscBaldmanllwo Co Cincinnati hio I Wholesale Hardware i DEALKKS Will mako rogunr tiips tin tijrh this section J J CURRY WITH R B Henley Co Wholesale Grocers Cincinnati 0 Will call r n the ncrctais cf Lsiill ccan iv cvcrj 30 iajs Will iKTOiftfr herhurucd by th Lexington Bus College its piiliiiit who fail to ncure W are willing ti oniinl hiincix uithour impiN 98 CAT ALOG Xpliiinsliow nml wliywecim nlTordtfi ilo this do not irimr mtf e position Fort opy wllres It H JONES u injH Mur 110 Kt Main M Lexisuthv K v W Ts WEBB WATGHMAKES AND JEWELEH AGENT FOR HIGH GRADI WMCIinS All kinds of Watch mcl Clock Repairing in connection with his torisorial department Satisfaction jrunranteed CLAY CITY KY THE- Winchestei Bank iNroKPuiwTEn N II WlTllEKSIOOX Irep Winchester Ky Capita Stock 200000 Surplus 20000 - We solicit the accounts of indi viduals firms and corporations 3 38 Dig and Pat Letcher Cartmcll and wife are the parents of two daughters aged six and two years...

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 August 1899

1 fc ff e Aft r P 1 f V V wmmm TJR - ITIT Wl li w mil yr Looking Ovcr Thcir Purchase JohnrSparrovvhawk Jr Gen McLeod Receiver of the B N i j ii i i i l 1 n wl x IV JJ ii At iiiiu ii miu jr 11 Gourley of Henttyville wore Y guests of Covjj James B Mc Crenry lHt Tuesday night These gentlemen with Gov McCrenrj are interested in the future or the UnT I B H It or Louisville fc Atlantic It It as it will be hereafter desig nated anil are directors of tire organized to own and operate earau after it passes out of the hands of thocourt Thov went to Irvine pn ii special train weunesuayniorning urove up r - fL - - the river vallev to Cow Creek Jind roturningftook 4 train a i ft round to Beattyville the sup posed eastern terminus Thirty five remuinun completed between Irvine -and Henttyville Itr is likely that the neVorupany will complete this portion at as early a period iib possible It has been report ed that the new organization has purchased the short line ex tending frWg iVlkery Creek on 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. — 24 August 1899

THE TIMES 1 v ID 1JUBGIIEU rUISLtstlUK Tinman a r 1 77 24 ADVERTISING RATES One inch first inertion 8 50 Knch additional ins iition i5 Liberal contracts can be marie for larger adveitibcinent by the month Ilusinesi locals Obituaries nnd Special notices 10 cents per line rnJi additional insertion 5 cents cirn RATES or 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 Detroit Free Press Louisville Commercial Home and Farm Louisville Dailv Post 1 15 1 00 75 75 2 50 A PAKM JOURNAL Great From now toDec1903 Offer eary 5 vcar8 By special arrangement with the publishers of the FARM JOURNAL we are enabled to of fer that paper to every nubscriber who pays for the TIMES one year ahead for only 50c both pa pers for the price of ours only our paper one year and the Faim Journal from now to December 1903 nearly 5 years The Farm Journal is an old established pa per enjoying g...

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 August 1899

f2fff - flfc - f r i i I li ilH llnmiiMMS i i THE TIMES ruHMsiiEb EvnnY Saturday T IS BURGHEBJR PUBLISHER Subscription rates 50 cents penear Entered at the postoffice at spring Kv as second class mail matter A IIOMK MADE PAPER SPOUTSPEING KY THURSDAY AUG 24 1899 LOCAL BREVITIES CaJI Up King Xu 1 We liuvp secured a privilege over the Clny Citv Spoutspring Telephone line by which anyone wiplnnirtwtalk with Hie editor an ilo so free of charge by call ing tip ring no 1 Please re member tliip Clay City people when you wish to speak to the editor Several from this place t f are gone to Irvine today Old newspapers for sale at 20 cents per hundred D MeKinney mid Tims S McKinney went to Lexington Saturday 1 Dr J N Snowden of Right Angle was in the burg on busi ness Tuesday Quite a number from this place attended court at Mt Sterling Monday tf Rex S M Carrier and xvife of Clay City visited tho editor and his better half jFridiiy j A heavy rain fell Monday morning and prevented our go ing over...

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 August 1899

x- - - Kiimimmmmsmmm 5 T VR1 Jl vVi i1 rtVJ ri ra s j Tfl WPJ r fcd lliw ivi i i t i 1 I c rt 1 H s xi y M 4 V e e West wjxchestfk ky WITH KruscBaldman Hwe Co Cincinnati hie Wholesale Hardware I IEALEIb 1 Will make regular tiips thiwughj this section J J CUBBY wrru R B Henley Co Wholesale Grocers Cincinnati 0 W ill rsll rn ihc cerchls of I still cobd ij every SOiajs NO TUITION Will lureifter he charted by the Lexington Bus College afford to do this We do not utinr aittee positions Fore opy address It K JONES Bushier Mtr 110 Ent 5Iuin St IEXiNcTiiv Ky m i mBB 7J5 PCJJ7f A 3 WATCHMAKER AND JEWELKR AGENT TOR HIGH GRADE WATCHES All kinds of Watch nnd Clock Repairing in connection uitli hi- tonsorial dejiarinient JdjatiFfaction fruarantt ed CLAY CITY KY TIIE Winchestei Bank ISCOKPOPATED II Witiiekppoox Pre Winchester Ky Capital Stock 200000 A Sarplus 20000 We solicit the accounts of indi viduals firms and corporations 3 S8 The uge of thirty seven ie particularly a fatal age An examinatio...

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. — 31 August 1899

-- v1 yir v 4 fey jiff yfri3gifr - I 1 i - I mm HB H - x VOL 4 Iron Mound People are very busy drying canning nnd preserving fruits The health of this neigh borhood is very good gen erally speaking The rain and wind have done considerable damage in this country in the past few weeks Judgo Robt Fluty of Win chester is in this neighborhood looking after his many interests here T E Tipton Iron Mmuuds genial merchant is with his brother Robt Tiptou who is hick at Richmond Henderson fc Stephens have their saw mill in running order nnd ure doing a good business and have filled several bills of lumber Robt Tipton of Judyville Montgomery county but form erly of this count and who has many friends and relntives in his native county is very low with typhoid fever at Rich mond Died August 23 1809 Virgil W Walters little son of J A nnd Jliiblo Walters Virgil was 115 months old and a bright and promising little boy the pride and joy of hio father mother aunts and uncles whom he leaves lo mourn h...

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. — 31 August 1899

u - J Fi7 J WitJIJHUMTllfJlIHrjlllll I Tjltt i I T Mill nil- - - f5papn i v cv ify r i ASM T- THE TIMES E BUBGHER TOBLISIIER THURSDA F yl 31 ADVERTISING RATES One inch first insertion - S 50 Each additional insertion 25 Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 10 cents per line each additional insertion 5 cunts 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 A vkli JOURNAL G re at From now toDec1903 Offer Nearlv 5 yars 13y special arrangement with the publishers of the FARM JOURNAL we arc enabled to of fer that paper to every who pays for the TIMES one year ahead for only 50c both pa pers for the price of ours only our paper one year and the Kami Journal from now to December...

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. — 31 August 1899

ft - - t i if- uAWfc iwmiAum fflMyitt V vj11 i iT MlMlrT - V - t THE TIMES rUIIMSHED EVERY SATURDAY T EBUR6HEBJB PUBLISHER Sntscription rates SO cents pcryear Entered at tho postofiice at Snout spring Kv as second class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER t i in- i BPOTJTSPRING KY THURSDAY AUG 31 1899 LOCAL BREVITIES Call Up Klnq No 1 We have secured a privilege over the Clay City Spoutspring Telephone line by which anyone wishing to talk with the editor can do s free of charge by Hill ing up ring no 1 Plcao re member this Clay City people -when you wish to speak to the editor Today is the last day of Au gust Eld J T Turpi n passed here yesterday en route home J F McKinnpy shipped a oar of cattle to Cincinnati this week Asa Todd was below on busi ness a few days the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs W E Heflin visited relatives in Montgomery und Clark counties last week It is beginning to get a little drj and dusty again but there are indications of rain today Misses Kate MeTyre and Kn ...

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. — 7 September 1899

m 4 ft IP - - v- J - fe 5 3 X- r 1 r i f rs B MMWMM TrV1 RHMM VOL 4 Vaughns Mill Miss Carrie Barnett is very sick t this writing Mr Dill Berrytnan and wife are the guests of her brother Richard Burnett this week Misses Iva and Ethel McKnight of Beattyville ore visiting rela tives at this place Mr E G Wills of Harrods burg is visiting his aunt Mrs Will Jackson this week Miss Betsy Jackson spent this week with her parents it beiny institute week in Clark county Married at the residence of Fdd Charles Friday night Mr Danny Strange to Miss Eliza Neul of Little Creek Born to the wife of John Bur ton lust Tuesday night u fine boy The youngster is known us Clark Douglas Burotn Miss Annie McKinney of Elkin who ha been visiting her aunt Mrs W L Jackson for the past week returned home Sunday The Vaughns Mill school which is being taught by Mrs G S Mize went up last Friday to spell nguinst Prof J L Jones school on upper Hardwicks creek The ho called vi6tory was won by Prof Jones school But 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. — 7 September 1899

1 n1 4- f fflflff 4 fj ikJLWLmwf4mSr THE TIMES J 15 Burgher Jr lublisher Subscription rates 50 cents pen car Entersd a the postofficeat Soouupring Kv 03 second class mail matter spoutspeingTky THURSDAY bKiM 7 1S99 The aventge nianh tnste alwiiy remain a short distance ahead of his income The heat in Kentucky can be appreciated when it i known that it causes politicians to taint When a man marries his wife takes his name but when he ih likely to fail in business he tukes hers The lawyer helps tho e who are able to help him The country newspaper man helps everybody except himself Some people think it is juit as well that we did not undertake to conquer the Filipinos fir t and Spain afterwards When a man is particularly ea ger to confess a small fault it is prqbable that there is a bigger one lie is trying to cover up Now that the day of political bar becues are at hand the advance in the price of meat uilJ doubtless have a depressing ofTtct upon them The expected exodus of Ameri can c...

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. — 7 September 1899

jiTiii n r i i n r i ytirfr HESfeggis jRRmmsm z yjrciM THE TIMES J E Burflher Jr Publisher Subscription rates SO cents per year Entered at thepostoffloeat outspring K v as second class mail matter 8P0UT6PBING KY THURSDAY SEPT 7 1899 Paw paws are ripening Sorghum making hui begun Deputy Sheriff C T Grinstend was in the burg yesterday Uncle Hiram Gilly has our thanks for a mess of nice cat fish Mrs J Burgher Sr is vIb iting her daughter Mrs J A Fox near Winchester Eggs have advanced We are now paying for them 8c per doz J W Dawson Bro Sheriff T B Ware of Powell county has our thanks for a nice order for blank forms Dr S C Elkin is very sick at his home near Log Lick and is not expected to live long Yesterday was the hotest day of the year The thermometer regis tered 102 in the shade J W Henry the protographer is gone to Clay City to work in his line He will be absent till Mon day John L Vaughn nf Anderson county was in the burg a short while yesterday looking up old ac quaintances J I...

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. — 7 September 1899

ffl y IV r - F3 m KY- J V v V ft IVS V i V -- i ft f V 1 A - - A -- 4 MtlllllMlfllMtlll M A m AVsv a iSJ VS Oriflln of The Good Folks At Home Stephen Foster the author was once passing through Kentucky and while the stagecoach was stopping at a wayside inn to change horses Foster stood near watching the operation with some degree of interest The darkies were slow and lazy chattering in the manner and dialect peculiar to themselves Finally one deplor ing his hard lot said I wish I was back to the old folks at home Where was that asked an other The first rejoined Way down upon the Swjinnee River The novelty of the words caught the quick ear of the pot t He recognized in them and in the theme they suggested an appro priate subject for a s ng and one evening when he reached his des tination he wrote both the words and music The song touched a ehord in the humane heart and that over one hundred thousand copies were sold in the next few year Even now no song of re miniscence is dearer to ...

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