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T - i C Vfij i j T - JT - TF - -j - J w - -- - - t - - 0 J mzx - Tl K tfrr THE SPOUTSPRING TIMES 50 i cnts a car Wc arc here to help Sfoutspring the scrronniing coantry ani ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher ft VOL SPOUTSPKIXG ESTILL UOrjNTirKYf SATURDAY NOVEMBER NEW rixi 191898 NO 42 What to Teach Boys A Few Facts rvTn a jrr 3V3VVV vMTLm-Jt-ivwm- i At JIayking Isom Gibson a well known farmer drank a con--iderab- le iTn Ponder 0Yei GleaneJ from all parts of the Common Vcalth h w H Short Readable Items of Intcicst became cngiged in a diflieiilh with a pang of negioe and was large can sell goods a small prof- Â¬ to All shot and killed by one of the We do most our work ourselves Charles Chnrleson committed crowd buy our goods from the best houses suicide at Paducnh by cut- Â¬ Patrick Henry who is a son of ting his throat Patrick Ilenrv Jr and a in the city and best of all content Andrew Zimmerman was run granason of the renowned Revoluourselves with the lowest margin down by a switch engine at tionary orator and patriot lives Louisville and Instantly killed at Vanceburg Ky at the ad- Â¬ of profit Sheep killing dogs are caus vanced age of eighty five ing fanners much trouble in The Tracy school house on sessions Woodford and fiercer counties the Mt Sterling pike near the 2 To be pure in thought lan- Â¬ The Service Men of the Span Â¬ Clark county line was destroyed guage and life pure in mind The furniture ish War of Lexington filed art- by fire last week and in bod icle- of incorpontion as a frater- Â¬ and books of the children were 3 To be unselfish To care nal association with the Secieta- - also burned Are in and our store is crowded for the feelings and comforts of rv of State Kentucky with Louisville ex Â¬ others To be generous noble with Bargains for everybody The statement of L fc N cepted has sixty nine national and manly This will include a We buy your produce pay the earnings for the first week of banks with aggregate lenourcee genuine reverence for the aged S471- - of 88087174043 a The capital and for thin go sacred pric3 for it and believe we November shows oftotal of over stock 130 an increase 70 185 4 To be self reliant and self paid into Kentucky banks the same week of last year can save ycu money on amounts to 8264900 surplus helpful evon from childhood Woodson Alavf of Perry To be industrious can be obtained in a first class shaves retiularl with a ville fund 22522142- - undivided self supporting at always and razor profits less expenses 477864 the earliest which is 150 yeais old The ra- Â¬ 2G national bank notes outstand- Â¬ proper age Teach them that all zor is twice the size of any ordi- ing 304334250 cash reserve honest work is honorable that as much nary razor of to day a- Come to see us we an idle life of dependence on oth- Â¬ held 63635523 1 Thomas C Bradley a Louisville has six banks with ers is disgraceful pleasure in showing you our goods lion When a boy has learned these former member of the Kentucky aggregate resources of 16754 as some merchants do in selling Legislature and a farmer resid Â¬ 490 The capital stock paid in things says a writer in an ex Â¬ change when he has made theso ing four miles east ofElizabetli amount to S2800000 surplus ideas part of him however poor you town committed suicide Tues fund 548000 undivided profits or however rich ho has learned less expenses day 22811983 na- Â¬ the most important things ho ought to know Vest Smith an employe of tional bank notes outstanding 1019500 the Louisville Bridge company Louisville jumped out of the Household Knowledge Box SPOUTSPRING KY way of one train and was struck To clean a spice mill grand a Ky by another and instantly killed handful of raw rice Is now prepared to do most all A whisk broom is just the The Farmers Bank of Princekinds of work both Wood and ton filed incorporation articles thing to clean the horse radish Iron Friday of last week in the office grater Horse Shoeing with new shoes KY RICHMOND Corsets with the whalebone 50 cents removing old ehoes 80 of the Secretary of State The Manufacturer and Dealer irv capital stock if fixed at 30000 removed make good cleaning cents Give me a trial We will give At Cloverport Miss Besse clotli6 you perfect satisfaction Wood nshes put in a woolen Ilambleton a plucky girl fell wa- Â¬ bag and placed in the water will into a well thirty feet to the and all kiivds of Csmetry Work LAUNDRY AGENCY ter and climbed out by sticking make hard water soft This office has secured the A Pickles or vinegar will not JAS T HAMILTON Proprietor her toes in the cracks in the gency for a first class Lexington keep in a jar that has ever had wall Steam Laundry at this place and any kind of grease kept in it Lexington capitalists are Clam shells are more conven solicits your patronage Satisfac Â¬ an building talking of ient for scraping pots and ket- - tion guaranteed railway to connect electric Richmond and Lexington The ties than a knife requiring less BoQk KeepingBusness Edaeato lino will probably be extended time rtlUNUSRAPHY FOI7A Ceilings that have become to Georgetown Situation Write smoked by a kerosene lamp ftJegrapfij daughter The should bo washed off with weak of Will McCoy was burned to soda water death while playing about a cemwttHTtn rBH Put a little household ammo Â¬ hay stack with other children SPDUINPIUNG KY The hay stack took fire from nia on a rag and clean off the wrGENERAL WRSMITH and userfc will find them heavier some unknown cause rolls of the wringer before put- Â¬ r le of broom LEXINGTON KY mak S t rre For circular of Mi famom and rwDonsIbls ting it away COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY an I bet or tuin any bronnon the market for the money The Spillman Ellis Tobacco Drain pipes that are sour or Awarded Medal at Worlds Expoalttea Covington worth Company of impure may bo cleaned with 10000 capital stock filed ar- Â¬ Bookl and Board In fmiw VJV a lime water or carbolic acid or tlor ShjdType Writins and Telegraphy Specialties HE ticles of incorporation yP1 UOHWHI7 uipioDia oidiriul chloride of lime Ex -M Spillman W E Ellis andL T You want all the local news Anderson are the chief stock- Â¬ f tmtity rrmmi fxnQM oiuf eh Then subscribe for the Times i joto 7 ft holders No merchant whose expenses are quantity of sugarcane juice and died from the effects At Grassy Lick Montgoineiy Co Reuben Xounda white man at it Â¬ Â¬ 0or New philosopher has said that true education of boys is to teach them what they should know when they become men 1 To be true and to be gen- Â¬ uine No education is worth anything that does not include this A man had better not know how to read and be true and genuine in action rather than be learned in all sciences and in all languages and be at the same time false in heart and eounterfeit in life Above all things teach the boys that truth is more than riches power or po A J Frail Goods highest anything f I that General Store take Â¬ J f MI SON BSO EVCURTIS Viena - - - Â¬ Madison Monumental Works Granite Monuments Patronize a Home Industry Progress Broom Mfg Co -- seven-year-ol- d g J Use Sweep Clean for clean sweeping UJ Z7Z- I -- i i i s c Wk 1L LV r r ICfV J I - - - i THE TIMES J 12 CORRESPONDENCE IRVINE TOO IATE FOK UUKGHEli IlULlSUER SATURDAY XOV M ADVERTISING RATES S 50 One inch first insertion 25 Kncli additional insertion Liberal contracts can be made for larger advertisements by the month Business locals Obituaries and Special notices 10 cents per line 5 each additional insertion cents CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club- Â¬ bing rates with the following pa Â¬ pers at prices below named The Times and 75 Louisville Dispatch 1 15 Cicinnati Enquirer 1 00 Detroit Free Press Commercial 75 Louisville 75 Home and Farm 44 2 50 Louisville Dailv Post Â¬ ffi i efr ra uuesua Senator and a Representative The field will soon be full of a very interesting netnouut cmdidates all of whom have meeting is being conducted by Rev Ed Allen at Wisemantown with yielded to the strong solicita wonderful success tions of their numerous friends Vanghni Mill who say he can win without the G S Mize has moved to Clay least bit of trouble City Preaching at the Christian It U authoritatively stated that ex Governor John Young Brown church next Sunday will in a few days announce Dillard Snowden has moved a candidate for the Dem- Â¬ into the house with his mother himself ocratic gubernatorial nomination near Spoutspring Brown made us a mighty good John O Daniel who has been governor but we think one term quite poorly for some time is for him in fact still H enough quite feeble enough for any man thee days Wm Snowden Jr has mov Â¬ when the woods are full of tim Â¬ ed into the house vacated by ber and in view of the fact that Dillard Snowden there are a number of good Dem Â¬ Uncle Isaac Mize who has ocrats already announced for the been quite sick for some time Richmond Register office is still in a very bad condition A private in nn Ohio regiMr and Mrs Clay Chambers ment now in Porto Rico writes have moved from Clay City to If you want to know what a Mrs Chambers farm near this grand glorious and sugar-coateplace thing a woman is join tlie Mr and Mrs Allen Gravett See nothing army as I did entertained quite a number of hut men from morning till night young folks at their home last Join the army and loaf with Saturday night men eat with men tulk with Mrs Fannie Benton who has men help men carry men walk been visiting relatives here for over men shoot men succor men and severnl days returned to her men see men men Live in a home at Irvine Saturdav nothing but men Leg Lijj perpetual atmosphere of sup Â¬ C R King is still improving smell pressed profanity boot and tobacco smoke and at the He says his improvement is not end of three weeks you would caused by the medicine but it be passionately enarabored with is on account of Republican the mummy of an Egyp Â¬ victories in the lute CongreMS tian servant girl and give her ional campaign an electric kiss that would burn Simon Dentaree one nf our 5000 years of dried hide into farmers raised an a flushed and velvety animation unusual crop of corn this sea Exchange He selected eighty aver- son nn tC t t ti litn nmcu uui tirra cltnlil v Moody the evangelist recent measured one bushel and one ly met a man who declared pck Well said himself sinless A arpe number of friends the preacher Tin glad to and relatives assembled ut the know it but Id like to Bk Log Lick church Monday to pay your wife first the last tribute of respect to all t Â¬ Â¬ d up-to-da- te and whoop it up for you when aunuar Next fall we will elect all Mr Matt Hacker and daughter Jjou run for offlce and lie about State officers from Governor Vera visited Mrs Hackers parents your big footed son when he down and in this county a State at Richmond last Tuesday and gets a 81 job and weep over j LhT WEEK The election went oft quietly A wedding in the nenr future guess who Miss Annette Riddell is visiting in Xicholitville Mies Maud Millar is visiting friends in Elizabethtown Born to the wife of J II SiiRitt November Gth n bouncing boy Miss Knthnrine McAfee visited friends lit Wiseinantown last week J Elliott Hiddell of Louisville made a short visit home this week Several of our prominent business men attended Richmond court Mon day All Irvine people subscribe for the Times It is n newsy little paper J Samuels Gardner of Kice Sta- Â¬ tion was a welcome visitor for a short time last Tuesday Uncle John Powell is very sick 1 this writing He is suffering from injuries received from a fall Country Editor Pillard Dalton who has been em Â¬ ployed in a mill in Sandusky O for The country editor has a the past six months came home charter from the State to act as last Monday i door mat for the community who is He will Misi Lilly Barker get the paper out some- teachinc school at Mt Zion visited her parents here last Saturday and how ald stnnd ul for the town 1 I 1 Smith W C MJMEr JOHN Vivion who died lit his home in Powell con my November 12 After religious services by Rev Murctnn the remains were interred by theMiisonic order of which ho had long been an hon UNION STOCK YARDS orable member Charley Puekett has nbout completed his new residence Our commission charges are per car for hogs and Richard and Ed King attend- Â¬ for cattle ed court rit Lexington Monday Reference Western Gorman Bank Cincinnati Ohio Jl IIIVUIKLI till Vlll irilllll church at this place have put a M II COURTNEY Pkesidknt J F COX new roof on their ude of the church hoin e Calvin Chism has erected stocks and purchased a dehorn- ing saw and is now prepare to CLAY CITY KY dehorn cattle at ten cents per head CAPITAL STOCK 50100 Uncle Jim Chism says that We solicit your business amlurcud todxwitors every all signs point to an unusually tion which tlieir buiiiesniid repotiibility warrant cold winter that even the American Eagle is fuller feath- Â¬ An Old Adage Reads ered than unual that was mortal of 1 IIOSIIAL SLIMERHOSHAL Live Stock Salesmen a Â¬ CINCINNATI O 10 j 5 cr car f2 CAMIlKIt CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK -- ccormrnda 11 1 yr i your shiveled soul when lt is released from its grasping body and smile at your wifes second marriage Dont worry about the editor hell get along The Lord only knows howbut some- Â¬ how Exchange Pointed ITiragraphs Woman is a fair sample of divine contradictions Women of fashion are invariably in love with themselves Truth never dodges no mat- Â¬ ter who throws mud at it The fellow who shakes the tree does not always get the most fruit A cynical bachelor says that woman is an agreeable blunder of nature There is no fool like an old fool who tries to act like a young fool It is easier for some girls to win admirers than it is to cap- Â¬ ture a husband Some men never do a charita- Â¬ ble act unless there is some one around to applaud Time is money so tis said and yet lots of fools throw uway money to kill time No man is so ignorant that he doesnt know what he would do if he were in your place Its a poor rule that wont work both waff but its a poorer onethat wontwork at all At 40 a inaa doesnt know as much as he thought he knew at 20 but he knows he knows more Every m hi is supposed to Â¬ There is a place for everything Now for everything to be in it The Jouisulle Pisjmtch plnce hould be in the home of every Dem ocrat in the South The Dispatch is the peoples paper owned by the people and read by the people The Dispatch is the only Democratic pa Â¬ per puhHhed in Louisville Ititatds qarely on the Chicago plitfrrm It is not only in a flourifhirigconditirin after eighteen months battleing gains t adver e circumstances but is to day the best medium in theSonth And its motto If you fee it in the Dispachits so If its so it is always in the Dispatch has been fully verified during the American-Spanis- h war during which the superiori Â¬ ty of its news t ervicc has been daily apparent The Dispatch news service is fur nished by the New York Hun the Chicago Ilter Ocean the Northern Press Association and the Leslie Syndicate with an active snlnrifd correspondent in every important city in the world besides its own1 staff of overSOj correspondents in Kentucky Tiiineee and Indiana C5et the Dispatch it give the news and tells the truth about it The Di patfh is Kentuckys great paper You should be a reader For the next few weeks we will club with the Weekly Dispatch at the extremely low price of 7T as -Â¬ -a- W X WE AND jfl 6a jivmiS AGENT FOR HIGH GRADE WATCHES All kinds of Watch and Clock TJopaiiinir in connection with hi tonsnrinl department 35Satfartion gu1r1nt4 ed CLAY CITY KY e e West AnxCIIESTEK WITH KY Van Dcren Hardware Co j Wholesale Hardware DEALERS I Lexington Kv Will make regular trips though Inspection et Local Markets Spoutspring Ky Nov II The following are price paid by produce dealers of this place Apples Beans- UCURRY 11777 R i 4 1 Reef hides Beeswax orii Duck Geeese Eg - Henley Co Wholesale Grocers B 40 fl Cincinnati 0 Will call en the every 30 c each ty oerclanis 30 jays I of E till cccr a - LI Feathere Hen n zjLr 30 M 4r Irc j HT ns T Ti M I r pv tb tvT h Will hovifu r bMliiiii wholnil to f I N H V iTiJErsroox Lesingtoii Bus College toitijrMluMtt c TH- EISCOKHORATED know his own busiies but it U - Winchestei Bank Venrrwilli cmioi I uitlu tir pupils fti CAT- Â¬ Sfl ALOG pin iihlou niitl vhvueeiu uirordto do tins Ve do in t rihiiv Mitce position pv i ttli tK JluLiiNtMiiHiM ott Â¬ - Vi hard th it Although looked upon ii CODlder convince to he does a mnn imd wife as one orre wiveB their bUBbands very n- 1fiitovKt Winchester Capital Sleek Ky DAVID SNOWDEN THE 200000 20000 small fractions Surplus There wouldntbe half enough We solicit the accounts of indi room at the top if all the people fuscecded in getting there viduals firms and corporations who tIjink they 0glt to Er BARBER RlOtTsrilINO KY ZSTFashionablo Ilnlr Cuts and TriJis a specialty ii n t mmmsGjmmm EtgfvyffljiiijgjjjgiaMfftBMMMiii5LlJllJ - t u iDkzJL - HwllAj VrSjSf tSFP 3r dK rsra i l i sc tlri fc u i v TjLNtrgmrt Vwi iir- - v i i - r wKmmm SvfcSlbJMF i - nasas i i v w wiilSwiWWMIPB JirowBWPWro 4 HiPawr- - tT 3 i ii THE TIMES PCniISHKI KVKKY SATURDAY J EBIJKGHERTR PUBLISEHR- Sabcription ntcs 50 cents pcryear Entered at the posfoffice nt Snout spring Kv as zecond class mail matter A HOME MADE PAPER SPOUTSPRING KY SATURDAY NOV 12 1898 LOCAL BKEVTTIES Herhert Heflin of Levee out Saturday waB L B Heflin wus over on bus Â¬ iness Tuesday J E Burgher Jr went to Irvine Monday Circuit court convened at Stanton Monday of Glas A Mr Dmkelspeel gow was here Saturday night Hog killing season is hero and t he country people are becoming aucy Tollgate bond intue was suc Â¬ cessful in mopt of the counties in the State Richmond will probably have n electric light plant iu the near future Born to the wife of H F Christopher Monday Novem Â¬ ber 14th ogirK The season for shooting quail opened Tuesday and the hun ters are among them The School teachers were family will have to do with- Â¬ Powell and E Conrny out on thi occasion The will of th lute Lee Jake White which was appealed The mud tunnel on the L k E roal near laekeon Ky has from Powell Circuit Court has caved in causing home delay to been sustained by the Conrt of trains The tunnel will be re Â¬ Appeals The suit was brought moved entirely nrd the road by Whites legal heirs he in cleared of any obstruction of his will having left all of his property to John G Cole who this kind raised Mr White from boyhood J W Dawson Bro are fast increasing their business of DIED late They sell goods on the At his home in Powell county very lowest margin of profit and near the Clark county line J treat their customers in the po Smith Vivion Saturday night litest manner possible which of pneumonia Deceased was will attract trade about 6ixty five years of nge In 1887 Mr Thomas Mcintosh He was buried Monday at Log of Allentown Tenn had an at- Â¬ Lick bis funeral being preached tack of dysentery which became by Eld E W Marcum before He was a member of I was treated by the burial chronic best physicians in East Tennessee the Christian church and a Fin member of the F and A M without a cure he say ally I tried Chamberlains Colic Lodge in the honors of which Cholert and Diarrhoea Remedy he was buried and an excellent After using about twelve bottles citizen will be missed by his I was cured sound and well For numerous friends and neighbors Bro sale by J W Dawson The man who pays as he goes There are three kinds of peoA contemporary ayn that what J E Kurghcr sold seven head James Snowden ex constable of good cattle to Walt Azbill of the Snow Creek precinct ple in the world the wills the the country needs is a first clahs Thef0il ViJer WhatB the matter for n Mr Pace of Clark county has been placed on the Stanton wonts and the cants first accomplish everything the with the cigaiette at 40 per hend police force second oppose everything the At John Seays sale last Sat- Â¬ fficers The following town The residents Salary third fail in everything urday all things sold well at were elected for Irvine Hous The prevailing idea that our T he Htst Piaster moderate prices Corn in the ton Barker defeated Ben Jacob president gets 850000 a vear A piece of flannel dampened and thi field brought 80c and 00c per for Police Judge by nine votes t isalli3 a mistnke He in barrel Edgar Park was elected mar with Chamberlains Pain Balm additnn gets 8360fi4 to piv sub Â¬ Next lliuitcas is thanksgiv Â¬ shal over Wm Heather bv and bound on the affected parts ordinate clerk hire Privato ing and if some kind hearted eight votes Trustees elected is superior to any plaster When secretary 8250 his assistant Tom Williams Jr D troubled with a pain in the chest secretary 12250 stenogapher subscriber does not come to our were Sara Tudor Bert or fide or a lame back give it a 18J0 two door keepers each rescue with a turkey the edit Â¬ Bergman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ors You will be certain to be than pleased with the prompt relief which it affor Is Pain Balm is also a certain cure for rheumatism For Bale by J W Dawson Bro more trial The editor of a Kansas paper states that he picked up a Win Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ chester rifie one day rcently and started down the street to deliver the weapon to its owner The delinquent subscribers however got it into their heads thot he was on the war path and every one that he met insisted on paying what they ow- Â¬ One man wiped ed him out a debt of ten years stand- Â¬ ing On his return to the office he found a load of hay 15 bushelB of corn ten bushels of potatoes n load of wood and a barrel of turnips that had been brought in by delinquents Â¬ 1800 and salaries 88 000 is allowed him for incidental expenses such a6 stationery ear pels and the circ of the stables Under another head there U giv- Â¬ en Mi000 more 12500 for repairing and re furnishing tint White House 82600 is for fuel 8400 is for the green house and 815000i8 for gas watches sta- Â¬ ble etc The White House in connection with the president costs the country abont 8125010 a year American Tribune 1200 a steward otliurri at gwd My case is just here said a citizen to a lawyer Tim plaintiff will swear that I hit him I will swear that I didnt Now what can you lawyers makn out of thai A hundred dol Â¬ lars easy was the reply Eastern Lexington Railway LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective May 15 Flirtation is like a piece of chewing gum the longer you keep it the less satisfaction you derive from it Truth is stranger than fiction to most people because they dont care for an introduction Prom New Zealand New Zealand Nov 23 1896 I am very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chatn beilains medicines the sale hat been very large more especially of the Cough Remedy In two years I have sold more of thin uttention to the new seldom goeB fast enough to over advertisement of the Commer Â¬ heat himself We call 1898 cial College of Kentucky Uni- Â¬ versity which appears in this ThiB is i sue on the first page a tirst closs institution ah Â¬ young business men should take paid another installment on a course and they cannot attend u better school than the Comtheir salaries Saturday mercial of Kentucky University For Sale A sehollarship in J W Henry the photogra- Â¬ Lexington Business College at u pher has decided to build a Apply at this office bargain gallery at thi- place and locate Saturday morning at 2 oclock here He will build on a lot on ihe gas works at Richmond wbb Main street north of this office wrecked by the explosion of the Since moving to this place he boiler has had a good run of woik We have for the past month and thinks this will be a good enjoyed an excellent run of job location for his business We Warning to Hunters work all of which is highly ap Â¬ extend a hearty welcome to Mr Notice is hereby given to the preciated Henry and wish him success all hunting and trap- Â¬ one days until W R SMITHS College Lexington Ky public that Just thirty is foi bidden on all lands be- Â¬ The question Is where hundreds of cierks ping Christmas day undersigned shall we have a farmer boys and others have in Â¬ longing to the will arise D McKinuey Christmas tree vested 8J0 to 00 for tuition Votiea to Huntort J W Henry went to Clay and board for an education and All persons are hereby notified City Wednesday and bought are now getting 1000 a year that all hunting and trapping is the lumber for hie photograph Read ad and keep this notico forbidden on any and all land gallery at this place Remember that belonging to the undersigned for reference B S Burgher Since the election is over the in order your letters may reach Photograph Outfit Por Sale campaign orators will now have this college address only Gen A good photograph outfit or an opportunity to read up for W R SMITH Lexington Ky a tin type outfit including tent the next political twist A friend presents us a beauti and everything complete Any- Â¬ Bro have clock which attached to or near J W Dawson one wishing to buy would do number of rabbits a gas jet gives a strong clear well to see me J W Henry Or bought a They light showing the exact time to since the seaBon opened for Information write this office everyone in the room says an Monday sold a bunch exchange It might bo almost T ho election throughout Ken- as useful as the musical parlor TWO FARMS FOR SALE tucky was one of the quietest in clock which a good father bought One situated on the head wa Â¬ the history of the State There for the benefit of the young men ters of Nolands creek containwere no rows or trouble of uny who called Good water and upon his daughters ing 67 acres kind and which would play at 980 convenient to school farm is on Calloways The Wo dont like to brag on our Home Sweet Home at 10 creek other contains 70 acres when we have a and business but it Tramp Tramp Tramp and School near by splendid water Vun like that of last week Johnny Get Your and in good neighborhood makes us feel like lilfc is worth at 1030 Gun living E M KING Sams Ky - Sure Sign of Croup STATI0KB Hoarseness in a child that is subject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the dis Lv Lexington Montrose ease If Chamberlains Cough Avon Wyandotte Remedy is given as soon as the Winchester child becomes hoarse or even af Glenarvon ter the croupy cough has appearFairlie Indian Fields ed it will prevent the attack Clay City Stanton Many mothers who have croupy Bosslyn children always keep this reme Filson Dundee edy at hand and find thatitBaves Natural Bridge and worry It can much trouble Glencoirn Torrent always be depended upon Fincnstle and is pleasant to take For sale Beattyville Junct Beattyville J Lv Bro by J W Dawson a a rt Ar B A Â¬ Â¬ 41 Â¬ EAST BOUND Daily Ho4 exBnn Daily Rrkfton PM s3 s 2 45 s 8 00 2 55 02 8 15 83 20 280 AM 745 B810 s817 845 8 80 8 38 s 3 43 s 0 00 4 01 4 11 327 84 17 9 16 9 25 89 31 9 54 9 58 84 40 8 4 44 85 424 s936 485 s947 454 1008 0831022 5 10 10 29 50 1000 43 10 45 26 s 10 89 40 8 10 51 Lv Three Fork City Tullega Oakdale Elkatawa Jackson Athol 4 5 5 85 85 55 6 12 548 620 all 06 all 22 1130 1059 particular remedy than of all oth- Â¬ er makes for the previous five years As to its efficacy I havo been informed by scores of per- Â¬ sons of the good results they have received from it and know itB value from the use of it in my own household It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle beyond the reach of the children E J ScANiXEBtfitY For sale by J W Dawrun Bro WEST BOUND Ho STATI0HS 1 axSna Daily Daily Ko3 Subscribe for tbeTiMEs Â¬ 2 25 Lv Jackson 5 40 Elkatawa 548 8283 Oakdale a6 0t b2 49 Athol 611 256 a 6 19 s3 01 Tallega Three Forks City 6 31 s316 Beattyville Junct 8 26 6 41 Beattyville JLv 8 00 6 20 Av 7 00 B A a a by 5 43 Lv Fincastle a 8 48 b8 83 Torrent 702 847 Glencalrn s7l2 b3 56 4 01 s 7 18 Natural Bridge Dundee 7 23 b4 08 7 31 FlUon 4 24 Roaslyn 8741 s4 SO Stanton 748 485 inn tit Farm For Sale I now offer for sale the farm on which I now live on Red riv- Â¬ miles from Clay City er 1 The farm contains 17 acres near- Â¬ ly half of which is bottom land Will sell at a bargain and make terms liberal A Seay Clay City Ky Cattle- - Indian Fields Glenarvon Winchester Wyandotte Avon lay City 7 57 4 41 Fairlie 8 14 a 4 59 a 8 38 a5 8 44 5 8 8 53 a 5 9 04 s5 831 518 Dehorned Persons having cattle to dehorn can have same successfully done by the undersigned in short order Charges reasonable Â¬ Montrose Lexington 20 25 88 45 8913 b5 55 9 80 6 10 s flag stations J B BAEIt Genl Manager OHAS SCOTT Gen Paw Agt JOE McIINNET SPOUTSPRING KY i - v WiSWi- VTLOr Hi 25 ijr riiiJiirSriJirflifc flF S mSsseSmssssmY5x H Estill Court Directory CIllCUITCOrHT Judge Clerk - D H Red wine A CotniiwlthVAttv jkputy C Brd V James A Clerk ioner J - Wallace Harris John I Winn Circuit Court is held on the fourth Monday in March June and November COUNTY COURT tluni udire - - rlerk - County Attorney Deputy Clerk James A Wallace Steven Daniels Sheriff W Munch J K H irrw - L A West J of his voluntary ignorance said Thoreuu If we go into a where the mnriners factory compass is made we can seethe needless before they are magnet- ized nnd they will point in any direction But when the have been applied to the magnet and received its peculiar power from that moment they point to the North and true to the pole ever after So man never points steadily in any direction until he has become polarized by the choice of his ideal career Starting a Younn Man The Commercial Decline of Xcw York City Jailer Asse sor f Coroner Siipeiintilt If more fathers would take a Allex Hamilton course with their son6 simular W SWinkler with schools WSWitt to the one mv father took i- - J S Lynch Kinht w BJrV asked and Npvember Well I was a young fellow Count v court of claim- - meet of twenty one just out of col in April and October lege and I felt myself of conLOCAL MAGISTRATES I knew siderable importance COURT my father was well olF and my John Henderson Justice head wn full of foolish notion John Merrill Constable of having n good time and Court - held on the lGtii ofi Later spending lots of money March June September anil on I expected father to start i lecenbcr me in business nfterld swell Church Directory ed a while at clubs with fine horse flesh BAPTIST Like a wisp man father saw Services on fir t Saturday through my folly and resolved niorninjr and Sunday following G Coker Rev A pa tor to prevent my self destruction Valley Fourth Saturday if it were possible Powells If the boys got the right and Sunday Rev JT Horn by kind of stub in him let him pMor prove it I hpiird father say to MK CHURCH SOUTH I worked Service on the third Saturday mother one day nnd I dont 11 hard for my money night and Sunday morning at oclock Rev S M Carrier pa intend to let Ned squander it and ruin himself resides tor That very day father came M E CHURCH - at Kimbrell- - Chapel along and handed me fifty do Servicton the tiiNt Sunday Rev WH lars remarking Ned take that money spend it as you choose Thomp on pator but understand this much its CHRISTIAN CHURCH - at Ilardwicks creek the last dollar of my money you Serviceon the third Sunday morning at can have till you prove yourself 1 ocloekjRcv 13 Frank Wright capable of earning money and pa tor pro tern Log Lick Ser taking care of it on your own Rev account vm on Second Sunday I took the money in a sort K W Marcum pastor of dazed manner nnd stammer Â¬ OLD BAPTIST ed out I why I I want to Services at Log Lick on the jir st Saturday and Sunday fol- Â¬ go into business Business exclaimed fath- Â¬ lowing Eld W W Caudill contemptuously what do er i tor you know about managing the Doctor Mathews says that mercantile business Get a to no other cause perhaps is clerkship and learn the alphabet failure in life so frequently to before you talk to me of busi Â¬ be traced as to a mistaken call- Â¬ ness And father left me then We often find out what to ponder on his words ing And we cannot do before we find out that fifty dollars was the last what we can do This negative money father ever gave me till of eliminating the at his death I received my part process doubtful chances is often the of the estate by inheritance only way of attaining to the I felt hard and bitter then positive conclusion felt my father was a stingy old Beware of that futal gift ver- Â¬ fogy and mentally resolved to satility Many a person misses prove him to that I being a great man by splitting could live without his money himself into middling ones He aroused my pride just what Universatility is the ignie fat he intended I suppose lius which has deluded many For three days I looked about In attempt- Â¬ for a place to make lots of mon- Â¬ u promising mind ing to gain a knowledge of half ey But I found no such chanc- Â¬ ii hundred subjects men have es and at length I accepted a mastered none clerkship in a large retail store Saturday The measure of a mans at 400 a year learning will be the amount Evening Post Â¬ i-- Kutrene Wilt - held on the thiid Monday of each month Quaitcrlv term of the eountv i ouit arc held the sicond Monday- in February May Augu t Surveyor County court ob erved one of the leading business men of Boston the boys might think it hard at the time but theyd thank him in after life What sort of a course we me Â¬ Â¬ The special commission ap Â¬ pointed by Governor Black un Â¬ der an Act of the last Legisla- Â¬ ture of New York to consider the great decline in the con nierce of the port of New Yor will have four months in which to study a problem that has deeply concerned business cir- Â¬ cles for several veir- Since 1880 there has been an annual railing olF in the volume of for- Â¬ eign commerce of about Sio I0UJ0 and in the same period the average annual increase for the whole country has been 48 lOiUdU If the port has secur ed its fair proportion of the ueiieral increase it would have htd an average annual increi e oT about instead of tiaviug an annual decrease even larger than this amount In the period of 1380 1807 the port had only a fraction over ix per cent of the of the general commerce of the country while Boston had twenty per cent A long li t of reasons for this decline has been given the strongest alleging transportation discrimination and exces ive terminal barges and the Governor commission is charged to make in exhaustive study of the mat ter to find the real cau e and Exchange nggest a remedy -Â¬ Tho usual dlsplaj of a Majjaifflcsnt Etook of Fall and Winter Goods is now open for inspection by the buying people SlMnlt When You Want f Dry Goods Motions noes g urocenes mats Caps Queens- - -- -e wareTinwarec -l- Go to Â¬ Â¬ CASSIDYS CALY CITY KY and there you will find wuat you want of the quality and price to suit your taste and pocket book Â¬ -- At Glasgow Bob Brown is in jail charged with killing three members of his wifes family He strongly resisted arre6t be Â¬ fore In was taken but surrendered from a barn when theolli cers struck a match to burn it Â¬ oeoeaoce9oaeeooooeoaoeaooococoi down A man never realize- - how very lear a girl is to him until he ac- Â¬ W M QMB1WW CLYCITYKY V quires the rifdit to pay her bills ytf 1 aggagyizp They banish pain and prolong life ONE nHi esr Mafc IKV GIVES RELIEF 3ob Printing 1 WSmJSBS iflfc i j Neatly ago Cheaply Executed by the Times Jo6 PriiU Mink m Letter Frcjy Rill Vwis SlatCEcrs fircor rnvclopcs Kfdlcts R I PAN m 1 I Tamplesof worUorjd prices cheerfully furnllcd t No mattef what the matter is one will do you good and you can get ten for five cents AnwttTtepukrteatalnlDaTrifBirtinriBOinlaiprertonwtthatalHrtlneeMto M mom dnur mom io nn ctxra i ht low prtrcl tort It Jntadl for tba poor uia Uieoooml ML ta aotaoftbnitatanoDtitAialrtlAuba luabjtntUbjiaMDttonrtfabtemta Titviii to th eroiTsritiNG kv Jk Rt wlU t Ko U Bprue or auiDCJL0 CoartKT Uwt meOicLM Street New York worM ocnu ut fur trtr wad tine Uw hi cruud ncU carUia Tt ri VI 0 I