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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - r r ft i f 4 f- - mfmmmrr j V7 AfVCvV jmy 1111 mn iJw 2- - JL A - gv THE SPOUTSPRING TIME A fe V v o wots a tear We are here to help SjoDtsiring the surrounding country ani ourselves J E liurghcr Jr lnMi VOL 2 Church Uirccturv 15APTIST SPOUTSPPJXO ESTILL COUNTY IlloKKsMONAl CAKUi KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER2 1897 N029 lnchciir lwii 175U t Serve on lirst Saturday ilii nuHn aud Kuniluy following li- 5 imiliiii W Mclntohh pastor Powell1 Valley Second Saturday and Sunday Rev llllS M J JKlHtor CHURCH SOUTH Services on the third Saturduy input and Sunday monthi at 11 oclock Rev S M Carrier pas tor K M A man eighty years old of ARemedy Sommerville Me who for half A certain benedict wag in the of his life lias been blind and deaf habit of troubling his father-in-laJ to WILLIES fl- - D IniH reeoveied his senses in full with complaints about his PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON without treatment wife s behavior eayB an ex Jluy City Ky change Realy this is too Offers his professional services to The cow boys of the Chey cried the irascible old genthis peoile of JSPOUTfcSPUINU and enne river South Dakota are bad tleman one diy on hearing of icinity speeding their herds on bicycles All calls arswc red promptly Spe Â¬ some of his daughters delinon tough little bron- Â¬ cial attention given to diseases of instead of quencies If I hear any more chos to charistic of the Wtst women unci children complaints I will disinherit her There were no moie complaints A neighboring county editor Â¬ From were on attlo lt the 12m Â¬ Â¬ Owing to tli- dry weather prict wn 0 jiinr ter of a cent a- - compar with last court and aoiuu w re left over unsold The top nee I cents was obtained ior n lot of 00 extra 1000 lb he if Bud Brock bought a pair of smooth j rday Â¬ K CHURCH TPGARDNER DENTIST Oificcat IRVINE KY Services at Kimbrelln Chapel on the first Sunday Rev Ihofc Stinnett pastor j Prices Ileutonable Work Guaranteed HRISTIAN CHURCH Services at Hardwicks creek cJ L on tin third Sunday morning at 11 oclock Hcv P Frank Wright HOUSE flFtoSlGtfPfllfllTER cr jjsVjr pro Usm lxg Lick Aisr ic on Second Sunday Rev K W Marcum pastor JflPER HfltfGER recently wrote a 6trong editori- Â¬ al on patronizing home indue tries and merchants One of the merchants of the town wrote him a letter of thanks written on a letter head printed in Brooklin BADS The says Winchester Democrat The Democrat this morn- Â¬ OLD BAPTIST fol-Uwi- e- IRVINE ICY Cuudill Servian t Log Lick on the Il t Saturday and Sunday Eld W W fl Fine Lirve of Wall Paper to select from shape when people can afford to chesterDemocrat marry and go to law too ing chronicles seven Clark county weddings and next week in the Clark Circuit Court eight divorce cases will come up Verily prosperity for trial must have struck us in great The Bowling Green Times says a giant ear of corn raised on the Hughes farm near this cty has attracted attention all over the State It measures nearly seventeen inches in length and was thought to be a world beater This morning The Times received an ear of corn by express from J H Maynard in Todd county which measured nineteen and a quarter inches in length and is perhaps the biggest ever Kentucky Win grown in cattle at the saiiu- - price dollar oil 2o voinmon heifers 000 lbs brought 2 cents a lot of 700 lb heifeia brought a cents 00 tfair heif Â¬ ers weight 700 lbs brought 2 cents a lot of good heifer 814 lbs sold for Ity cents 1G 750 lbs 3 80 steers 850 lbs same nrice A fnt n 850 lbs 23 cents 5 cows 1000 lbs 2 cents Jersey bull 880 lbs 215 several better bulln 1250 lb with a steers pabtor Ehtill Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Wesley Nading of Shelby Persons needing worK of ny Ind killed his wife and Kind would do well to see me county before having their work done fat illy wounded himself in a fit of insanity Judge - D B Kedwine ComnvlthsAtty AHHoward Clerk lamed A Wallace Deputy Clerk Vernon L Vaughn Conimi Moner - John DWinn iicuit Court is held on the Ovnth Monday in March June SUBSCRIBE NOW THE Louisville Dispatch A and November COU NT V - STRAIGlir DEMOCRATIC NEWS- Â¬ While stopping one nighi at a farm house in Missouri a truveler was astonished to nee his hostess walk up to her hus band about every fifteen min- Â¬ Dispatch by which we can send COURT utes and box bis ears or give his yoii The Weekly DISPATCH and David N Witt hair a pull In the morning the JiiHtt J J Mcintosh guest seeing the woman alon onstable BOTH 1 YEflR asked un explanation of her Court U held on the Kith of All orders mast te sent to Ibis offee and September JinnMarch conduct and her reply us You see stranger me and the Dtcisubfr William W Smith a promi- Â¬ old man has been figutin tor Old papers for fale at thin nent hotel man and turfman of ten years to see who shall boss otUVe at 2 cents per hundred Cynthiana was found dead in this ere ranch and I have jest got him cowed but if I should Adorn your hotn e with a coat bed let up on him for a day he ready mixed paint f Diuegra if you want the local news would turn on me again and hold by my work would goto uothin J E I5trglicr Jr subscribe for the Times Â¬ For the Free Coinage of Silver For the Chicago Platform For the Demociatic Nominees ountv Altornev Grant K Lillv 1 or the interest of the masses cputy Cteik Janieh A Wallace James R Went Slid ill 1 II Powell All the Latest Telegraphic News iailer A Underwood All the Latest State News ttroner All the Latest Market Reports siipi iiiitdt of schools C Maium unity court is held on the Correct Market Reports thiid Monday of each month Correct Court Reports Ojiaiteily terms of the county Reliable News Reports loottuc held the beeund Mon- Honest Edidorial Policy iy in Fobruan May August miI NV liiber Ttf WcklyEdilioiby MailSU year C unt court of clainiH meet in Aj rll and October We have clubbing rates with The LOCAL MAGISTRATES udue lerk W II Lilly Vernon L Vaughn 1 COURT PAPER county llower and 10 if youre caught try a larger acreage next loafing around the platform season Campton Banner waiting for a car will Keeping the Old Man cowed Edwin It Carter a theological gone wrong student of Evansville who start Durn yer New South civ- Â¬ el for Alexandria Va to re- Â¬ ilization exclaimed he sume his studies has disapeared civilized all the lib- Â¬ Theyve in Cincinnati and foul play erty out of the country is suBpectcd In what way Colonel In this way sir Heres a Dr W H Tutt has present ed to The Banner a specimen public park policemen at ever steps signs warning you of home grown eolfee of which y ten 5 fine if you off the grass he has two rows across his gar Â¬ shake an umbrella at the ani- Â¬ den The seed came from Madi 50 if you pull a wild son and the Doctor mals Â¬ Frank Stanton not only fills the Atlanta Constitution with sweetly Jingling lines of South- Â¬ ern melody but occasionally contributes a gem in prose to the funnygraphs of that great Two women with guns pro- Â¬ Souhern journal In a recent tected Mormon missionaries in issue Stanton tells of meeting South Carolina from a mob of an old time Colonel in Craut one oundred men Park The old fellow was out airing himself as something had soveral good steers 800 bs 380 Will Strode sold 150 very common sheep at J contsj and a lot of 7C lb lambs at 4 A large number of cents mule colts were on tho market A few were sold mare mules brought from 30 to 50 horso mules 20 to 50 Geo Ballard gave Geo Hnrdman 100 for a premium mule by tho former jack P L Skinner took a similar premium offered by W O Brock who bought it at 100 Winchester Democrat two-year-old 1 2 to2J cents Â¬ Drank Alcohol and Died Frank Denny a painter liv- Â¬ ing in Madison county near Union City wound up a several days spree last week by drink Â¬ ing a holf gallon of alcohol from the ollects of which ho died in a few hours after drinking it Two sisters Btttie and Lucy Munday aged respectively 91 and 90 years living in Mercer county have never seen a church or a train of cars and lived for years within ten miles of a rail- Â¬ road They culivate their small farm themselves Neither of them have ever been sick and both have Hplendid health now Campton Bnnner THE TIMES 115 - I K Well you see Colonel No sir thundered the Col- Â¬ onel I dont see I say theres no libety any more its nothing but Maw luw Suppose I kill- Â¬ ed u man now what do you think theyd do with meV The Colonel plaused for a A sensation maker on the track reply but receiving none con- Â¬ this year is Earthquake Pilot i pacer without a pilot which is tinued Theyd try me for it sir the property of D C Langford Theyd drag me to court and ofjowa He has paced a mile in try me thats what theyd do 208 without a driver confound era As a result of a mine explosion Dont you know a half dozen at Johnston City Indiana 01m old fellows who to your mind killed one imprisoned thno are counterpart to the very old is fatally and six seriously injured Georgian m m I do J Louisville All the news in the Times Post m 1 J MgttwwawurawNwMiii i- tiirtfci w J 1 t -- iMt r- - asiuussssmm SSSkSBTC LLT 7 i 1 fiSlr I ifi iniii iJ-- J 1 rPTT L 1 1 PlArinQ 1 1M L0 ly JL 1 Curry triiwlin sales I for Pearson and Clark Lexington was in town ycster dav in I IUrIlMIKll UK AT TliAK 4 r 10 ISIltf II ki Tit PUBLISHER 50 ccnls J I Key J I Will formerly of this county olo ed a meeting tit liethel Washington county last Sunday with thirty nine MUripiioD ratv jerjear at additions lohn Newman of Winston tiijt irij Kiitc cd t K th as MiCond-cIufc-iiii- il mutter belice that large and paying quantities j A IIOMK MADK lUKii KY 2 of silver can be round on his farm and will soon oegin pro pee ting tiiiy t SPOJrirRING uct t jsd John M Edwards principle of the school at this plum u Irjf has i LOC A L IiRKV ITKS Kiimirri arj tlniuc iiir corn emblem1 pnen himself to Ky Sept JJO 1897 AN AD Hon James Munch Republican candidate for county Judge of MX i IN THE TIMES Estill county n As I will Dear Sir and Bro stump the county and endeavor REACHES to addle js the people of the counAGENT TOW iliMity as Populist candidate for the oilico of County Judge of Estill W r All kinds county and will open the cam Â¬ Rcjiniriuir in come tun paign at Furnace on the Gth day Buying and Paying People tonsorial dcjiittic t of October 1S97 at 2 oclock p J35Satisfaft n ir in I hereby respectfully offer a Subscribe for the Timks Only Â¬ division of time with you solic- 50 cents a year r K iting your friondsip and courtesy granting to you the courtesy and respect that I desiie to extend to you ns my opponent in this race Vey reS eclfully and fraternal FnmH W9 T W WIT id Â¬ l40O l clay plcidhi educator and the progressing nicely ly D X Witt duiieclit j school OUR MOTTO Quick Sales and Small Profits SPEAK J 2s G DATES BY Possum ready for me slum-I-rin- CurJidUes t-ping are doing 1 these day- - Preparations are being made to dcdicuie the new Christian g Chtircli at It vine on the sec nid Sundav in this month Elder L 11 Kenolds i North tile Middletown will peach the tied- u atoiy senoon D N WITT Populist Candidate for County Judge Estill oimtv Fnrnnro - Oct Pith it 2 n m j Momitain s M WUl fi0j hjUhj Qet g - 2 m 2 p in Q V The court of appeals took the inal step in the Estill county J F Mekinney attended NI B bond case ovcr-ruing petition for rehearing of Winchester Monday court at the opinion which helu that Musea Mekinney wa- - in Clark tueeountv must pay the R N - B county on busines- - this week I bonds amounting to iA- If you want the local news sub eiibe for the Time h Qt a m I I Wiiiig Springs Oct C0SB Roads 0ct- H - ft 3 2 p III 3 Oup Stock OF nr AM JilUrB ccek house I whoul Oct 1210 s h Oct am - Litlle Millers crci k school U - P- m lwwe ct- - Ftchburg li 1pm 1 J E liurgher Sr attended Â¬ o0t0 The firm Marble Yard Oct lo 16 H p in - K of Barnott and Christopher Merchant and R S Christopher was a vis Custom Millers have dissolved itor to Natural Bridge Sunday partnership Mr Christopher There proiniitM to be an a- - retiring Mr Barnett has full Imuduut erop of rubbits this controll of the eoneern and will continue to merit the pat fall ronage of the eating public John W Harnett bought of Eld J M Hash closed an Crant Elkin one nice red cow eight days meeting at clynpia tor J22 Sunday uight with 24 addi OKI newspapers for sale at tions He has recently preach thi oiUice at twenty live cents ed at btation Camp Stanton per hundred and Olympia in all thirty days additions to the and has H S Burgher and wife Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ court at Winchester Monday WhiU OakCh Ot pm 10 a in Wagervilles hOu 1J 2 pm Happy Top Oct Park sclioolhouse Oct 20 lUam 1 Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Bcknells h Knob Licks Oct h 0 2 p 1 in Ott2l p m Thomas s h Oct 22 10 a in Crooked creek school 22 2 p m house Oit Rice Station Oct 2i 10 a in Noland s h and Shoes Hardware Harness and Sadlery Also a Nice Line of Ladies Hats is complete Oct 2 CnneSprings hOct 2o Baines h h Oct Cow cicck s h Oct Dry Hidge Oct Spout pring Oct Corinth church Oct Cobb school h Oct Sand Hill Oct 1 p m 2o 10a in 2 1 pm Get our prices 6eFore 6uyir tfo trou61e to shoW fioods Kuv visited relatives inClark coun ty this week Â¬ church Hon lo 21 27 2S 2 21 WinchesterDcnocrat John D Atkinson Democratic candidate lor RepJ i Wright was isiting in Aikiiiron Democrat John in this the 7Urd o cindidat- - f r Representative lark county from Saturday resentative Legislative District will ad vill speak at this jilee next tnt uitil Monday dress the peple of this plac irdny aitcrioou Heverul young people of this next Saturday October 9 at HU p m Mr Atkinson is a place attended preaching at Dry Touio a suggestion or even good speaker and we hope lu serious advice to another may iidge Sundiy Â¬ 3 p in p in 2 p in 11 a in p in 1 p in 1 Produce of all kinds vantcd W J Christopher Co Â¬ 1 Madison Monumental Works RICHMOND KY will have many hearers The Louisville Dispatch and npoiiLspring limes both one The new Christian church ie vuar for 11j cently built at Cobba school nouse will be dedicated Sunday V C Patrick and family October ol Ite L II Ken were guests of the family oi jlds an able minister of North W J Christopher Sunday Middle town will Preach the A large dedicating senium The Spoutspring Times is the will be present and there ny ajjer published in Emili ciowd will be dinner served on the a year county Only U ground W T Colvin with Trimble live A G Coker is expect Â¬ Bros Mt Sterling was taking and carry en orders from our merchants ed to be present a protracted meeting at the Thursday Baptist Church for a week or Â¬ Mrs J B Cibbs and chil ten days Bro Coker has the dren are visiting Mrs Gibbs name of being a very interest Â¬ father Uev Alvin Spencer ing preacher and a good crowo will doubtless attend the meet Â¬ at Slade ing to obtain benefits from his John W Barnett and Grant preaching Elkin intended court at Win Come out to the speaking chfHtcr Monday and sold sev Â¬ nest Saturday afternoon eral head of c tte lie kind and wise but to prcs either beyond curium limits is both rude and imjiolite Manufacturer and Dealer in Granite Monuments and all kinds of Cemetry Work nie Uliiio of Hud n WoosIm Cm Cravett of Ie Lick nnd a - Wtl number of horn a BaiiMt tertained by Mr h i uht ol this vPlaie -- Will McKiuiic JAS T HAMILTON Proprietor GEO 0 DOZIER Business Manager RE OPENEvI D- Akinson John I DcmoTati- - chiididn Stanton for Rejire entative of this d trict was in tow- - ThurpiU lage Mr A While mi tie ollice on drojiped in f t iia tour or chatteil Hon -- i i foy t C4 4 -- -- Photograph Gallery For gastri neli nnd bowe1 ns the s rtily r c t mend Lightnii a quick reiiii D Mimton I Drnj mmiii I am now rendy to do any work in Ihotograjdiy thcjmblie may My price are us low aB I fan afford to work The money in desire due when the negative is made I guarantee all my work but will not be reHjions iblo for misfits in clothing or hair not being curled juat right nor bad exjircw ionH and many other faultK critit8 may joint out to give the operator trouble when it ih no fault of his Believing my work in established and doeB not med any blow un onlv to know mv gallery in Clay City ih ojicn 15 u Every body in cordially invited tocomo atonco m m m - Subscribe foi tin MEs J W HENRY Mil WWmMJjSjl0ii7 iMiiwuw mill a ii i mmMmiSrv u4iS V f3 i-- Closing- Out- - I Sale I Summer Goods J E BURGHERS county in such form as they may deem proper a statement showing the financial condition of the county which statement shall include a list of claims and the amount thereof allowed against the county during the preceding year and to whom allowed and the names of all persons returned by the sheriff on his return of tax warrants and the amount due from each for the preceding year with such other information as it may deem proper to have pub- Â¬ lished Chap 52 her many friends and relatives to be fatal but undr the treat Â¬ Farmers are busy grinding ment of Iron Mounds most effi Â¬ cane and cutting corn cient and skilled Physician It stayB hot and dry and Dr T J Berryman she is fast rain is needed badly in this lo- Â¬ improving and will ere long be able to resume her pedagog Â¬ cality ical duties in Bonny school Hon Thomas West of Mi- Â¬ house where she has been hirllers Creek was the guest of ed to teach the fall term of John S Thomas last Saturday 1897 I M D IRON MOUND Â¬ night Kentucky Statutes John S Thomas Harlan and Wm Jordon Ed Hill Sim Day am and others went to Win- Â¬ Sec 1840 chester court John W Henry the ClayCity will make you photographer cabinet size photographs at tho low price of per dozen for first class pictur s 20 AT COST AND LESS THAN COST 2 is now going on at For gastric pains in the stom- Â¬ ach and bowels I heartily recom Â¬ mend Lightning Hot Drops as a quick relief J E Lemming M D Stanton Ky CORRESPONDENCE SAMS SAYINGS Rain is badly needed Farmers corn are busy cutting t This is a bona fide Sale and you should avail yourselves of this mmnnnnrtiimtv to buy your Goods A Georgia woman Shelton Larison and Gus Clem have gone to Clark Frost has done a great deal of damage in this section Died on White oak last week the wife of James Molden bought Thos Croutchs sorghum mill and e H Alcorn has vaporator Geo W Larison and family from arrived here Monday THE TIMES J E IJUltGHER 1UHLISIIER killed her Morgan county child because she siid it was too Mrs Emeline Fry and daugh- Â¬ ugly to live Ofnouise it looked ter of Clay City are visiting like itu father in this section Miss Nora Howell of Fitch To IS untied burg this county is visiting her Tho Richmond Nicholas brother Frank Howell at the ville Irvine and Be atyville rail Â¬ mouth of Nolands creek road which ha been ordered Rev Gomer of Clark county to be sold publicly on October and Rev A Easter the regular 11 by the United States Circuit pastor of Corinth church this Court under foreclosure procounty will begin a protracted ceedings will probably bo meeting at that church Saturday bought by a party of New York before the fourth Sunday Capitalists who have recently While the son and daughter made several trips over tho of Dillard Stephens were visit Â¬ line They will extend the road ing their 6ister Mrs Cyrus El from Irvine to BeattyvilJe and kin at Virden Powell county open up rich coal and timber a very fine mare belonging to lands so says a Dispatch Mr Stephens became frighten- Â¬ Richmond Register ed at a passenger train and kill- Â¬ Bipnrt ed herself by running into a cars of very fine wire fence export cattle representing a val- Â¬ Some few days since Miss uation of 25000 weic shipped Mable Easter while getting from Richmond Monday to tho supper had acan in which she Eat by J W Bales agent for was making some tea to ex- Â¬ Schwartwhil3 Company plode while trying to open it and burn her face very badly Arbucklos coffee 15 cents per which was thought at first by pound at Burgher Â¬ Cattle-Twenty-on- e JE Jrs Jota W Barnett SATiniDAY Oct 2 ADVERTISING RATES 60 One inch firrft insertion 25 Each additionul insertion Liberal contracts can be made or larger advertisements by the month A leading farm journal advises KuHtnct H locals Obituaries and it readers as follows Wheat ad Â¬ Special notices 5 cents per line aili additional insertion 2i vanced in price because the crop of Europe India and South runt America did not come up to the average yield Dont let us make the mistake of thinking dollar VorClerk of theCoitrt of Appeals wheat a certainty next year and year after It will not pay to go SaUUKI J SlIACKELFOlin of Daviess county in debt to secure more land in order to double jour acreage of For Circuit Judge wheat next year An increased D B Kedwixe of Breathitt county acreage for 1898 is neither safe Commonwealths Attorney nor wise For A F Byud of Wolfe county County Court of Claims meet Judge at Irvine next Tuesday and For- County the Court has not had the list KoMmnty Atty ForCounty Clerk W 11 Wiseman of clams published in any form For Circuit Clerk Thos Williams for nearly eighteen months The S P Richardson law on having the claims pub Â¬ For Sheriff lished in the county paperreads For School Supt AGPowell as follows For Jailer It shall be tbo duty of the For Assessor Fiscal Court of each county to For Surveyor A Underwood cause to be published annually ForCoroner in one newspaper published in There are four millionaires in the county but if their is no such paper published in the England to one in France Fiddlers in the Klondyke re- Â¬ ceive 885 n night which is con- Â¬ sidered very hard on the dan-cerThat is nothing compared with what Cleveland did when he was president He received 187 a day for duck hunting and fishing The American peo- Â¬ ple had to dance and pay for duck hunting Dispatch s- Smoke can be seen curling upward from many sorghum mill6 in this locality Â¬ Merchant and Custom When oh when will we get a Clay City Irvine mail rout viaSpoutBpring Alex Hamilton and wife have been visiting Boyd Wagers and family of Madison county the MILLER SPOUTSPRING KY We do cuBtom grinding on Saturdays Cattle feed tolled for Half Rates Your patronage Solicited past week If it dont rain soon wo will M H COURTNEY President J F COX Cashier have a public highway from here to Frankfort down the CHAS HENDRIE Vice President C M CLARK AstCashr bed of the Kentucky river Some one entered Nick Puck house while the family was at the Borghum mill and stole thirteen dollars last Saturday evening Democratic Ticket etts CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KY Â¬ 25 Saturday Sept were not tried until Tuesday 28 They were acquited Witt Tho Burris boys who were to Wc solicit your business and accord to depositors every accomoda- Â¬ have been tried before Squire 6 bni tion which their business und responsibility warrant dE jffPiTflL HrTmnrn - W G Patrick and wife entertained several young peo ple of this neighborhood with Tuesday an old fashioned bean hulling night every one seemed to enjoy themselves Â¬ Blacksmithing and Repairing Neatly executed by M Rev Martin Larison failed to his appointment at Dry Ridire Sunday but the Sand Hill singing class were there and sang several excellent pieces of music and the people were not so badly dieappointed after all fill T S McKINNEY SPOCTSPWNG KY Horse shoeing a Speciality m i 2 w - t An J J 451 AW 4 - Tdy tv kinmn iinnl 111U Io UIU Inns 1UI 4ln 1UIII JIUM3 ICUU Mirt ffl Spoutspring Times d farmer killed his wife six children and himself Sunday nijjlit The crime was discov Â¬ Gleaned from all parts of the Common ered about J oclnckin the aft Â¬ Spoutspring Ky Oct 2 wealth ernoon by neighbors Thre is The following are prices paid excuse for the deed no by produce dealers of this p ace nd it is supposed that Hecker Short Keadablc Items of Interest Apples 2 was insane to All 1 Beef hides John Meeker a well-to-d- o m I Local Markets WHEN YOU ARE In CLAY CITY Tobacco is almost i failure Josua Truett was drowned in some parts of the State The near his home in Mason nearly burned up countv hot weather what little there was growing CJreene Clark shot and killed and fanners lid to cut it green to sue loosing it by frosts his brother-in-laFiank Owens w Beeswax orn Kgg IS 50 8 S2 Feathers Ginseng Spring chickens 00 00 G and in need of any in the line oi M -- ft1 Notice to Creditors E V Curtis All peisons having claims a a boy fell Herbert Leech - Kentucky Vicna iiut the estate of lames from a tree while nuttng near Is now prepared to do Black Alexander deceased are hereby Middhsboro and was killed smithing nnd Repairing notified to file same properly Horse shoeing with new shoes worn to itt mice in order to re Seventy cars of lumber were with old shoes 30 hipped from Ft rd last week 30 cents ceive payment of said estate H cents T Patton The mills arc still behind with Â¬ 1 at Olive Hill Dry Goods Hats Shoes Clothing and Ladies and Gsnts Furnishing Goods Administrator their orders Â¬ it iJ 1 e e West Sam Jones will begin a meetPrinting neatly executed ing at Henderson October 17 He at this otliee on short notice will be agisted by the Hev WITH An unknown man was assault ueore Muart ed and rubbed near Shelbyville lTan Dercn Hardware Co Over mx thousand sheep have The Louisville Weekly been bought by one buyer and and the Spoutspring hipped out of Pulaska county Time- - both one vear 75 cents this summer Tob winchester ky Â¬ Com-iiii-rci- -- 1 are aware of the many death that occur in the Coun ty Poorhouse says the Win chester Democrat The average i about three a week ino t of which are colored people The trgeit numb r jf inmates at any liuie during the past two years lias been one hundred and fifty Few Â¬ Â¬ Mack Burton brought to town last week a stalk of com which measured 10 feet 7 inches pays the Marion Press Wholesale Hardware DEALERS Groceries Hardware J Queensware and want a Gool Quality of goods at the Verv Lowest Cash Prices ynu are invited to call and examine our stock and prices which we think will Lexington Kv Will make regular trips tin -- ugh Henry Richardson colored was arrested at Owensboro for this section an assault upon Lizzie Smith also colored ten-year-o- ld iiterest vou liood gnen coffee at Burghers sold So 4 2 cents per pound a patch 30 by 19 feet besides haung plenty for family use A Glasgow man raised and worth of tomatoes from J J CURRY WISGHESTE2 WTJI EX Soliciting a liberal share of your trade I am yours for hihliiow City Attorney Stone has enter HOME AND FARM ed suit against the Louisille Railway Company for 81742 i A Semi Monthly journal for the 21 which is alleged to be due the city for taxes Farmers Â¬ Clark Pearson Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON KY coun Â¬ Wr iZ zi VZL Id ST1S32a CLYCITYKY mssti BRIinG to me yo- V Raymond Biihhrod a fiend Will call on the merchants of Estill who assaulted fourteen-year-ol- d There is no better farmers paper ty every 30 days pnbli hed than Home and Kami Maggie Roberts was linched by It i a page f columns to the a mob at Hawesville ato oclock Sunday morning pge Subscription rates only 1 iww New High Ann W vt Scll Threading At the tenth annual State convention of the Kentucky K i in qual Rights Association Covington October 11 and 15 We have arrangements by whhh- we cin mjihI you Home the sessions will be given up entirely to business and Farm and the -- JO CXS PEJR YEAR -- Broom Corn - SPOUTSPRING TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR No fogs in August do snows in winter is an old adage says the Hickman Courier Some of our local weather prophets assert that there was not a single fog during the last month Â¬ Highest price pa - d in Merchandise nw -I- FOR 75 CENTS JAMES CROW House Painter The Kaufman Wilson depart Â¬ ment store at Lexington with a branch store at Mt Sterling and a leading business house of the city haH made an assignment Thescedule was not filed with the deed Â¬ ctwi ff at p il ARLINGTON fflN AT Lowest IJ IK I JEBUBGKEFvI and Paper Hanger SPOlTSPRJNC Slili KV YOLR Mir WIIHN NEEDING HOUSE PAINTED Grayson has an ordinance that prohibits boys from appearing on the streets after 9 oclock at night and all men must stay indoors after 10 oclock at night The penalty for the violation ol this ordinance is 5 Â¬ The machine ropresenied by above cut is n very fine machine with full 8et of attachment- and we pay freight to your nerrcs t railroad station and sell you the machine for only 820 It has all the latest improvements For futher description of the machine call at our office and examine sample machine to your own satisfaction The TIMES one year and this machine both for 20 DOLLARS - This Machine for only ZOWZhVAM Send all onicrs to Spoutspring Times Spoutsprinfi Ky tvffFWmm