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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iwm THE SPOUTSPRLNG TIMES 50 cents a vcar We are here to helpSfODtspring the sorronnJing conntry and ourselves J E- - Burgher Jr Publisher VOL 4 SPOUTSPPvING ESTILL COUNTr KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1899 Greenfield will have a new plaining telephone electric lights and many other improvements with the coming spring A Cincinnati SoutherYi fnsa train struck John Brown a col lege student at Danville and killed him instantly He was a very popular young man from Owen county Win Burgess keeper of the pest house at Pnducah became tired of living and hit himself on the head with a brick badly wounding himself He crawled three miles in the snow and froze stilf The Court of Appeals during January broke all previous re- Â¬ cords by disposing of one hun Â¬ dred and twenty one cases The largest number ever decided in a single month heretofore was one hundred A Cleveland judge has hand ed down a decision to the effect Â¬ NO 4 Experience Teaches our Customers that they save MONEY by buying what they need at We sell most everything in Our Store Gleaned from all parts of the Common Â¬ wealth Short Readable Items of Interest to All The mayor of Nieholnsville de the report that there is small pox in that town A Scott county man took a mule with five feet to George Â¬ town and sold it for 8110 There is considerable small pox at Louisville The City Council has ordered compulsory vaccination Alex Miller a blacksmith of High Grove Nclsn county was shot and killed by an un Â¬ niiH the Line of r A Dry Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Shoes Hats M Ir was just 215 p ra the petition was filed with Judge Fawcett in the Court of Equity at Omaha and five minutes later an answer was filed by defendants attorney At 240 p m the case was on trial and ten minutes later tlo decree was signed Ramnge is a prosperous contractoi living in Chicago and was anxious for a quick divorce owing to his de Â¬ sire to immediately venture a gain into matrimony When this fact was mentioned to the plaintitr in the caBe by Attor- Â¬ ney Backus she remarked that he hasnt much the start of me for Im engaged support when The Successful Farmer Who is the successful farmei It is easy enough for the casual observer to decide The farmtr who never comes to town without bringing something to sell and who pays cash for his family supplie- - is the progressive farmer The unsuccessful farmer is the one who goes to town often and rarely if ever carries anything with him tasell Hc is the fel- Â¬ low that spends a good deal of his time sitting on goods boxes whittling cusmii corporations spouting politics and bemoaning the hard times He is aUo the fellow who mortgages his team and cow and calf and his future crop for supplies to run on the coining year He buys cabbage beans onions and other vegeta Â¬ bles that his successful neighbor fanner brings to town and sells A Coon Dog Case known negro If and Etc The way to find out that Our Prices ami Goods are right is to try u It costs no more here for Good Goods than a many places for poor You are welcome whether n lookor or buyer Call and see us J W DAWSON k BRO SPOUTSPRING KY Patronize a Home Industry Progress Broom Mfg Co SPOUTSPRINGKY wakes three grades of brooms and users will find them heavier and better than any broom on the market for the money Use Sweep dean for clean sweeping used in Â¬ stead of gold as a material for filling decayed teeth It is far less conspiucous than the yellow metal Of course it is not ordi- Â¬ nary glass but is prepared by some newpatened process which renders it soft and malleable Glass too will soon be exten- Â¬ sively used for church bells It can be toughened so that there is no risk of it cracking and the tone is 6aid to bo beyond anything yet invented perfect i oft and sonorous Glatts is now often S Ji X-- To keep skip era out of meat firrftdip the meat in hot hdiling water and let it stay long enough to count five take it out arid rub it veil with a mixtore of black ground topper and sifted corn meal One cup of black pepper to two cups of meal rub marry him well while wet and hang up It Owing to the Increased num- Â¬ ought to be done the first week ber of cases of small pox in Lou- Â¬ of March isville the Warden of the Frank Â¬ Some people are forever put- Â¬ fort penitentiary has notified the ting their feelings under other Sheriff of Jefferson county that peoples feet and then crying he will receive no prisoners from because tbey arc hurt that place 1 Ned Walker an old colored aged about seventy was burned to death in Richmond one day last week Fifty seven of the large dis Â¬ tilleries of Kentucky have form Â¬ ed a combine with a capital re- Â¬ ported ro be 32000000 Rev J H Bell a sanctified Methodist preacher of James town has been arrested on the charge of bastardy An epidemic of spinal meningit- Â¬ is is feared at Morgan field two young men having rscently died with this disease in one day The court of appeal decided the prison chair contract con Â¬ troversy in favor of the state About 850000 was involved Vnj Miller a nugro boy six Â¬ teen years old was hung last Fri day at Lagrange for committing an assault on Mrs Gertrude Leet a white woman James Smith the negro who killed William Gilbert also colored at Junction City over tyetity fivc cents was sentenced to the penitentiary for life Col D G Colson of the Fourth Kentucky regiment has been ofllcially informed by the war department that his regi- Â¬ ment will be mustered out of service soon Clay Dresden of Scott coun- Â¬ ty shot himself because Miss Mary Briten refused to marry him The deed was committed in the presence of the young la- Â¬ dy in her parlor She is nursing him back to recovery and will man Â¬ 11 oclock is late enough for any man to sit up sparking his best girl He is right If a man cannot talk himself dry arid his girl crazy in three hours he has no business to have a talking equipment or a girl ei- Â¬ that ther Attacked hy Crows The following report comes from Henderson George Al drich a farmer living near Poole Webster county is now in a serious condition the re- Â¬ sult of an attack made on him The rais by a tlock of crows chiefous birds were doing great damage to the growing wheat in that section With his gun and in company with a 12 year old son Aldrich went out to drive the voracious birds from his He killed a lot of them farm but instead of flying away myr iads of them flew down upon him and the boy pecking and scratch ing them in the face and all over the body The boy escaped but his father resisted the attack until he was rescued physically exhausted and bleeding all over His eyes are put out it is believ- Â¬ ed and hia entire body lacera- Â¬ Hundreds of the birds ted were killed before they were put to flight A novel case was tried in the Quarterly Court Wednesday ays the Stanford Interior Joum al Ed Adams of Jessamine county soughl to recover a dog from Eli- Â¬ jah Cheatam which the latter detained onhis premises for thir Â¬ ty days A number of witnesses were introduced a large crowd was in attendance LeteherOws ley was special Judge and six lawyers were employed in the case and two Baptist preachers were on the jury The trial con sumed the entire day The law Â¬ yers for tho plaintiff claimed that4 he was a good coon dog and that the hides of the coons that he would have caXight if he hadnt been detained would have been Divorces While You Walt Minneapolis Tribune worth 10 They claimed this Nebraska holds first place in amount or the dog After a few point of speed in tho granting moments deliberation the jury of divorces a decree having gave the dog to the plaintiff been granted in Douglas county The War Department on in exactly thirty five minutes from the time the proceedings Wednesday issued an order to were started The caption was muster out about 15000 volun- Â¬ No Kentucky regÂ¬ Susie C Ramage vs William teer troops Ram ago The plaintiff alleged iments are included in the or in her petition cruelty and non- - der lM wee IMPS still Ftafm ImS JV nitiiiiiiigifinii T ITP TTArPP L j L I I J Vs -- A X X X X X X f X XJ J 112 lJtXll Oil 1CK iiniiiinit sat run a r A 7 77 ADYKUTISIXG KATKS 61 t TntYarty would make a mis on our army at Manila last Sat take to declare in its platform fir urdaj but wis driven back such a solution of tlio school with great loss while the Amer hook Louisville Dis ica n loss wut about 200 it patch seems that inure will be a right stnait trouble to conquer them COKKESPOXDENCE and will probably be a much greater undertaking than the West Irvine Where will war with Spain loyoving is all the go in this profit to this country come their cality qut--tioÂ¬ W H HOSHALCO Cattle Hogs And Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS Telephone 7340 COMMISSION MERCHANTS Â¬ rai Cil c a in srn The snow and rain has caused One inch fir insertion All inffiriraticn rcjrardirK lhesircK cheerfillyftrnisfcei quite a n0 m the river L A queer document win filed nt Kuril additional insertion ii your a I ode direct ious Wednesday wns the coldest day Owenborn last week bv 1 I Consign Liberal contract can bo made Hmwn a fanner He turns over for larger advertisements by the we have had this winter 31 II COUItTNEY PIIESIH1 M1 J F COX Casiiikk month Humor savs theie will he sev- - nil his property and belonging to his wife and in a public record Business locals Obituaries and eral weddings in thN village Special notices 10 cents per line r ottshn had a slight nref to work for her as she may o nttnt each additional insertion tjie jaJt wclk hereafter direct f n runts Mr Townson one of he mill K icli ntonil Court CLUB PATES CLAY CITY KY company arrived here Thursday With the worst snow storm of ror the convenience of our subThe mad in this section are so the winter prevailing and the CAIITAL vSTOCK 50000 scribers we Jiave arranged club bal that it is most impossible to streets and sidewalks as loppy AV1 Kih yw j hinf nndnmiIi tod jrsitors evny acemmoda- bing rates with the following pa- - tiavel as a nil pen yesterday wh a 4 1 yr tion which their busiiess and n sponsibilily warrant pcrs at prices below named Our Sunday School at Cedar mot disagreeable court day TheTiMiand If rove has closed We hope it Considering the weather how TRY Maxims I orMiirriiiflc Louisville Dispatch 7i -un hj j uuL u Xever taunt with a past mis THE Cicinnati Enquirer Hire jt ii Lurau j ii iu n linn hum- - tak 41 llnlrnit Ir IMn a rnt j fin a brisk jiwwnii T Between HOI uou am iir mill yiiv Never meet without a lovingi JOTKB rtfTiNIT Louisville Cominercial nmrkit welcome H0 tle Wvrv 2 Potts have returned home after a i Home and rami pleasant visit to friindsand rela- - Ihere was a better demand than Never both be angry at the Louisville Daily Tot 2 50 mm a i jiii ie- - Must court iliiv mill nriccs cerc smne time uhmii ihut riiuuii i mi it u n There ha- - been much talk in port a g ol tune Never forget to let self denial fuUVnr 2 t U MIe of PXf rn l hr be the daily aim anil practice ofj V Kentucky about the book trust Miss Annie Kirbv of UiceStacts Tl r eaidi and the means of meeting this ti n entertain d a number h mr- wm bMt fin ulls i vil and this juestion will un- - oung people la t TliurMlsiv night Never let the Mingo down up f Li Ut A donbtedlv plava more or lo i j honor of her guests y on any anger or grievance b vln r l rominent part in the approach- - MavPotsandDoraHee Never neglect each other Tlcv frm Si0 0 h0Urivi ill State raiuiinimi Theie is one f ill a enivable time rather neglect the whole world 1lt ftw oes were oirered iiba eof thi Miojiii which The I besides a There itiit a urnrise lilelimono Kegister Di patch would submit to the Wlinntr at Wismantown Thins Never part for a day without wi consideration f the people of the 1V An Irishman in order to eel- - loving word- - to think of during Draiubn- uIirv absence Demo- i specially the State and ff Irvine and bnitc the advent of a new era nr Never find fault unless it i ciiitie leach r- - Making a change Mj Ktta Doicr daughter of w ent nut on a little lark He perleetly certain that a fault from one publishing concern op j oclock in has been committed and always WPITS FOR CIRCDHES deeeas cd wer- - didnt et home till for individual prolit to an- the morning and was barely in spi iik Io mgly j jn mnirJlllrP llt lJie aewwz imjninci wo mnnunctuo i liur yoapurclnuciv other of the me character will f J j Tjl ljJU the house before n nurse rushed Never forget that the very TC prccibif iruOUiVO VIa MACHItxC CC NCW HOME Jw B1IH e of but little advantage to anv - a very attractive and lovable up and uncovering a bunch of nearest approach to perfect do SVntnnX Y f Mnco lit I u Frandkto ua body save the successful lobbvit VnUiir ladv and has a lm t of oft goods showed him triplets mestic happines- - i love tn SALr r AL nJtj The Dispatch belicus that there frit1f j 310 N Ufa St St Louii The Irishman looked up at the r lllnunilv MIV The Iiiickiiighiiiii theater at i prcat opportunity for ihe Dcm- then at the Louisville homed one dav Inst jIliplV liV- dock which said Jiu jnj AEE YOU A DEMOCRAT cratie paity to root out thi- - evil Wl x1111 C0Mgialuli08 umi three of a kind in the nurses - lmii si- - nio w jlsolutely and at the same tinicut wihes arms and said Oim not mi An old adage reads There Is a plaeo Oil magnates arc iuvestingatinp for everything and or everything to ba lit off the otiree of other jobs pcrtitious but thank hiven Kiiby cave the Mr Dock the lauds in 111 and Knox In Its place the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH Oi didnt come home at that have lnurilied for many voung counties with a view to securing should And a place In the home nt ever folKsa party la t hurdav that Tbo DEMOCRAT In tho SUNNY SOUTH vears Inntiig matenal i cheap leases iifglit hose present wcie Misse i twelve Dispatch Is the peoples paper owntd by the State already expends thou L na Kirby Ella Uaugh the people and Is always ready to Until At Owenton Lytle McIIatton Mollie For Sale Two male shouts for tho cause of the people IT STANDtf annually lor aiuN of did ar I ua aged eighty two and hi wife land Doia Hice Miv Iotts Fine stock Weight about 130 SQUAUELY ON THE CHICAOO PLAT- litiblie prtntingnnil the profits KOIIM without the of th Alen Ueitha HaiKer and Addie aged eighty two died of pneii pounds each I sold one of their Gold Dug Monopolies aid or aconsntcompar and fair which a few individuals nave re- fdr Mcintosh ison of Its news service now being fur- Allien Winkler Missis hiinp Wageis monin within one day of each mates ceividout of the State printing Joe Att vAa a nlahdfl aia fAABnl ntt mnm I ice rrank other The were buried todardner Aaron WaNTKI lie makers OgotoSun tbo Chicago Inter Ocean ond tb i II U1U lilM Willi IHlIIO Ullll Frazier Wade Kirby Ioheit gether Menifee county and make tic Northern Press Association with that of would have eipiipped a great I have acres of timber any other paper will fully verify Its Hamilton Frank Kirby Elsha At I5nish ereek station in sec If lt1 jtriuting liouse with all the mod to work up into ties Timber Motto 11 you au It In tho Dicpatch ijih M I Kirby v du uiiu iiiv il Hockcastle county Klza Lang- - lias never oeen ctillcil il ih uiwmvx ern facilities Why not have the will tientch ford instantly killed William ead to go to w uk by the 25th The Dispatch also has a staff of over State establish its own printing M A Cassidy of Lexington ZOO active correspondents In the South v Iiimett an I Hundley had killed of this month house to do such work as it now has announced his candidacy Hundley will POSITIVELY OUAUANTKE VOniJ John Lawrence a friend of let- - to private contract and in ad- - fop For Sale One 2 horse wagon THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS Superintendent of Public In Langfords it is said Ibid blood in spindle with bed and f any other Louisville paper Git thii dition to this publish its own i The Dispatch It J W Dawson truth about Itgives the news and tells tho has existed between them since breaks school books The profits which Agitator now announces that it Dally 8 pages Sunday 2 panei Week the printing conti actors now get will proceed to tail in and ever- Lawrences death Wiirninij to Hunters iv 8 mis We club with the Wekly would go a long way toward fur lastingly pulverize Mr Cassidy General Cuhi8 M CI113 exe Notice is hereby given to the Dispatch at the remarkably lov price of r nishing ftee books to nil the chil- so fine that he will not be able cuted a deed last week convey tnii IIIIH 4IJ II II IlL IIwi i11 I7 l tlllW foi bidden 011 all iing is lands be dren in the public schools of the to mi I also ran I do not ing a frame ottage and three longing to the undersigned Bock KeepiBusiiifi3l RtnM State know Mr Cassidy personally acres of land near Pinkard to Mclvinney niOWOGnAPHY run n mmi Such step Mould wipe out but I have it from sources that his former ehildwife Dora now Typtj Wntlng situation Notice to Hunurs llie lillsi evil loran lime so mr lfe 111StjonabIe that he was Mrs Kiley Iirock who with her lelfigrs1 All persons are hereby notified GLi im school looks are concerned Lle of rictj0lg tergiversa- - new husband have been occu Â¬ that all hunting and trapping is In addition to tlis it would tors who helped to defeat the pying the place since their mar- Â¬ forbidden on any and all laud stimulate home industry to the school hook bill last session lie riage last fall belonging to the undersigned IL S Utirgher extent of keeping in Kentucky will Hind that the hook trust rfGENERALWRSMITII The first stock dealer from Centhousands of dollais that go an- can not elect men in Kentucky LEXINGTON KY tral Kentucky to take stock to Store House For Rent For circular cfliU famous and rMponslll nually to Eastern publishing this year Frenchhurg AgitaThe store building now occu- COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UHiYHISITY Cuba is II A Dodd of Jessa houses and by giving emplyo tor Urn Awarded Ifcdnl at Worlds Rxposltlan mine county who shipped a car pied by J W Dawson ment to hundred and perhaps will be rented for the year 1890 Ittfrri to thminandt of rnr1imlr In roltlon of mules there last week toit ofFuIl UiMlnraa fvaiM Irt ludlnc lul possesfcion to he given March 1st tlor Jlooka and llonrj In famlljr iut fO thousands of skilbd mechanics Now that we have got a title BflrUiMdTyp WritiiiaiidTil6niiLTl8pWlIts Also a nice cozy c ittaye IJcst - ina nrninrKT umTemiiy iiipiomn I at home irstead of in Huston to the Philippines is no sign Hob Blanks the colored mur- Â¬ nilrr rl lllrrarrCourMlr store house in town and no bet- Warrtnl rraiMlo Kntrrnow rlcnlrl ariilnauicrWil New York and Philadelphia We that we have possession of them derer at Mayfield sentenced to ter place in the county to sell HofMntliia vr Uttrrt rv m jtn unit or order 0ENEKAL WILBOE S 8KTTH Lezit tonK goods Apply at this office du not believe that the Dtmo- - The insurgents made an attack be hanged has inall pox SrU Ktmluelit UrilTlily rmr Vll ui J CINCINNATI O j CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK Â¬ -- 1 1 1 - - i NEW HOME i i l o 1 1 MP ofaa - rPrtlM life m I i it rrhcrs iton rnnS - sJlo WT3 -- oftw jir - rtd inzr i J 1 ilr fiWi I i- Â¬ -- ii tlv - - -- I 1 -- J Â¬ fr t I Â¬ 10 m 111 I 1 j T Tlt it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f 1 11 I LI VI I i 1 te pi j4g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ U u - i t I f -- wiwawrWilliiimmullniiTMrlrT s Local Markets Spout p iig Ky Feb 11 Die lollnwing are price paid liv produce halers of this place Apples FVin- 1 8 4 Jh ef hides Beeswax oni IS 40 30 u luckp Geeeso each 11 Eggs Feathers i lens o J0 44 s PZ J a I nEflBEl cr pe SseE SSHi oitc eofti sw tf i iCt Orto -- TXa feM 55 i oa I fTCw tj f euaoa 0 Iwtvvwtvwtvvwwwwt without fire Eld J T Turpin preached at Powells Valley from Sunday cold night up till Tuesday night Sleigh riding has been fine when he received a letter from this week where the mud was his family stating that one of Considerable snow has fallen this week and the weather is very cool to do Write nn n piico of pnper the number representing your age multiply by two add i02 udd four divide by two thn sub IUIMISHKD KVnitV SATlMIAY sTact the number repie enting your age and before your eyes J JW UUliOIIIOKJR will be something you will nevA J Curt in has lented and PUBLISHER er see again Ex moved to the Manless Burgher Subscription rates SO cents peryear Mr and Mrs I WillmottMc place Mr Gilly who lived there Kinney of Levee came out last Jear has moved on Mr Mc Entered at the postofHce at Soout Kinneys pln e near the mouth Thursday to witness the mar- Â¬ riage of Mr McKinneys sister sprmg Kv as second class mail of Hardwieks Creek matter Miss Mima to Mr Niblick Everybody should have some They failed to get there in time good weekly besides their local A HOME MADE PAPER however being detained at the paper to read The Louisville river quite awhile before they Dispatch will supply this want SFOUTSPRING KY could be ferried over Tub Hmes and Dispatch both SATURDAY FKB 11 1S99 lor La Grippe one year for 75 cents Co 240 Thomas Whitfield Persons that happened to be Wabash av corner Jacksi n st LOCAL HKEVJTIKS without wood this week and one of Chicagos okhst and most Saturday was pension day there was not a few found that prominent druggists rec n mend C M Wood of Kiddville the could find good exercise Chamberlains Cough remedy for chopping it for ti was most too ltgiippe as it not only gives a was hern Saturdiiy THE TIMES Henry f thu phntogra- pher prepared to ninke your pictures in his new studio He will shortly open a new stock of handsome frames Save your order for him 1 V in now Mr and Mr M B EtUiank of Right Anyle weie over to the Nihlich McKinney wedding Thurdav 30 Dcjus below Zero Â¬ The coldest weather of this winter and perhaps the coldest ever in Kentucky lias been dur- Â¬ ing this week Thursday morn- Â¬ ing at eight oclock the thei mnmeter stood at 12 degrees be Â¬ low zero and at 12 oclock noon below zero it was It was some warmer in the afternoon hnwever but was below zero the entire day By 0 oclock that night it was 0 below zero and yesterday morning it capped the climax at half past eveii when it stood at 80 degrees be- Â¬ low zero Up to the hour of go Â¬ ing to press it is still very cold DANGERS OF THE GRIP A Big Club HARION HARLANDi COOK BOOK TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM Cut this out mid return to us with 100 bank check money order or unencv nnd well send the follow uir peMnge prepaid VERMONT FARM JOUNAL 1 YR LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL 1YR AMEBICAH POULTRY ADVOCATE 1YR THE GENTLEWOMAN 1 YR All For Si Regular Cost S400 Thin combination lilltf a family nocil T 1111 fnrm tifitioru ru f if tiwm fnr w The iientleweinan an feleHl paper feir Indies Louisville Ky Courier Journal for nil Marion Ilnrliinds otk Hook with FOO pnpes nrd 1000 priictieul recipes for the wife and Miss Pricio Mcintosh of Ilisgen Bw the popularSouth Ten Xiidits in a Bar fie book ioom the ijreatest temperance Knowlton and Miss Annie IIol Side druggists corner Gflth st and Two cent stamp novel of the age We sell a nn of Hardwieks Creek are WentWorth av say brings samples of papers Clubbing end Premium List visiting Miss liesse Harnett gnat deal ofChamberlains Cough 11 1 To The Louisville Dispatch is by cinedy and find that it gives the Wm L PacKard Pub Â¬ WILLMINGTON VT far the best Daily or Weekly most satisfactory results especi 2472 MAIN ST paper published in Kentucky ally among the children for se- Â¬ For sale TheWeekly Dispatch and Timks vere colds and croup Iluitcgrnph Outfit 1or Sale Bro by J W Dawson both one year 15 cents A good photograph outfit or Hasty words and actions are W J II DawsonBroof the firm J tin type outfit including tent informs u Dawson Always that he has recently bought of one and everything complete Any seldom right ones one wishing to buy would do think twice at the same time of liiselof e neighbors and one he well to see me J W Henry Or remembering that a Boft answer took to be anything besides dishonest a rooter four times pay Â¬ for information write thisolllce turneth away wrath ing for him each time the top of the market price 2A cents per pound and as the chick weighed on an average G pounds he has paid for him altogether 65 cents He has fnr the last few times that he has sold him taken up the enI have moved into my new itore hccie where I iclleit a ilare of your patronÂ¬ age and will by curtailing the ezpenie of of renting and by paying eaih for my tire amount in candy and as ev erybody in the country knows goods thoreby getting advantage of the diicounti tell goodi cheaper than ever who likes candy so well they and as oheap at anyono in the connty quality of goodi oonsidored will readily guess the person who I keep constantly on hand stock of sold Mr Dawson the ioster 111 his children was down with fever James Howard severely cut A movement ison foottoorgan one of his legs one day last week ize a stock company and qut up while chopping wo d telephone from this place ty Eld J T fiirpin of Kings This line would be Station preached at the Baptist-- Clay City very convenient for our people church Saturday and Sun and with a trilling outlay the day line can be secured Mrs Emily Jane Crow who Wm Crim and family will moved to Chuk county last start Monday for Moundville spring has moved back to her W Va where he will accept a place near here position with The Gospel Trum- Â¬ J L King gave the young pet Winchester Democrat Mr w opieu uance mmuay uigm Jt Crim wns a former resident of is reported by those present this place as an enjoyable alTair Chamberlains CoughRemedy in Chicago Â¬ 11 Â¬ not too deep The gnntest dnrger from La nipt nnd complete relief but Grippe is of its resulting in pneupit also counteracts any tendency of monia Il rcisonable caie is us hi grippe to result in pneumonia ed however aid Chambeilains For tale by J W Daw sun tBro CotiLh Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Am ng the tenft bind Diamond a Go of thousands who have used this This is good news if true Col Albert S Boone the pro- remedy for la grippe we have yet moter of the famous Black Dia to learn of a single case having mond railroad which is to run reSiilttd in neumonia which from Columbus Ohio to Port shows conclusivedy that this rem Â¬ S C Hoyal intersecting the edy is a c rtain prcv ntiveof that dangerous diseaseIt will euro 11 N I B at Irvine announces that the road will certainly la grippe in less time than any It is peasant bo const ructed and that con- othe r treatment and safe to take For sale by J tracts calling for an expendi- Â¬ Bro ture of 50000000 have already W Dawson been signed An English synLexington dicate with money to burn is Railway said to be behind the enterprise Richmond Register Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eastern LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective Nov An Honest Medicine for La Grippe Vermont Ii nn 1 urn Â¬ Â¬ To The Public a select Â¬ Â¬ DRY GOODS KOTIGHS CLOTHING GROCERIES HARDWARE AND ETC In fact everything usually kept in a general store If you doubt what we have asserted above come to see mc and give mc the oppor- Â¬ tunity of provnig it to you W 3 50 -- J Christopher SPOUTSPRING KY T L JR - S CHRISTOPHER Salesman A Harrodsburg merchant gave me his remtdy for the prevalent diseases of giippe the oilier dav says the Harrodsburg Demount Ho said he had been studying the disease sinre its first uppcurance here several yiais ago and that he had reached the conclusion that a good wholesome mic ze is worth a whole drug store of med Â¬ icine as a preventative of the When much dreaded disease you begin to feel bad if you can not snieze nthciwiso snuff the ordor f a pod of red pepper nnd the desind effect will he produc- Â¬ ed He reasons that In grippe is caused by microbes and sne zing removes them from the nostrils The above n medy will alBO pr vent a cold VET l CtrSD residence of the brides father 7io j NoTs7 I McKinney near this village Daily DU BTATIOKS Mr Thursday February 0th ITBrner Bun Tm TTv Sanford Niblick and Miss Mima 1 15 0 V5 Lv JiickFon McKinney were married in the 33 113 Elk tu wn 15 7 presence ef u number of rela0 0 i kdale CrO Atlul lA tives und frienels Rev B S J fa 04 Tallegu Burgher oillciating Mr Nib710 201 ht Helens 7 16 2 14Heiittyville June lick is a promising young busi- Â¬ 5 10 7 f0 Keiittjville JLv ness man of Clay Citj being JAr 7 CO lfO FincnMle 70 211 tho senior member of the firmNib Terreet 77 215 Co while his bride 03 lick Bros Niituinl Bridge 20 Ilunelee i C8 2MJ n model young lady is The 08 8 10 Fibon 8 ri Times joins their numerous 814 HossJyn P Mi 3 10 Ftiuten friends in extending congratu- Â¬ 842 8 10 Inv ltv lations 8C9 8 45 Irrdiun Fields t 10 4 CO Fnirlie Mnrried in Clark last wee k i 10 4 1 WincheHir P r 4 2J Wynrdette Mr R M Guy anel Miss Mary 0 40 Avt11 4t3 Belle Niblick and Mr Marshall I f8 4 44 MtintrcFe 10CO Ipxipiten Klaekwell and Miss Ella Swope 00 Both of these young ladies were on ur 1 K Cenl Mciunjcr acquainted in this community OilAE bLC i tt Tiis Aul Â¬ 5 W Waitt of South EAST BOUND Gardiner Me says I have had No 27 tho worst rough cold chills and Daily BTATIOKS grip and have taken lots of trash exSnn PM of no account but profit to the 200 Lv Iexinptcn Chamberlains Cough vendor 2 If Me ntrcte 225 Remedy is the only thing that Avon 232 Wyandotte I has done any good whatever 2 45 Winchester 257 Fnirlie have used one 50 cent bottle and 3 13 Indian Fields the chills cold and grp have all 3E0 Clttv 341 left me I congratulate the manStaiitem 347 Uos blyn ufacturers of an honest mediene 354 Filson 4 05 Bro For sale hv J W Dawson Dundee 4 10 Iwitunil Bridge 4 24 Torrent MARRIED 4 8 Fincastle 4 46 ltcuttyviile Junct Bluford Fox foinurlv of this Ueuttyvillc J Lv 4 TO Ar 5 10 place hut new f Wincheste r and 4 f0 PMIelrrs of the same Miss Pearl Rees 510 Tallegu jtthol G18 pbiie weie married atihe brides 525 Oakdnle hoineWednesday Feb 8 lSf9 542 Klkatiiwa 5 CC Jackson NinucK McKiNNEY At the George 27 1S98 KoT47 Daily xBnn AVl 8 745 CO 810 h IV 80 842 0CO 0 1G 0 ih P 7 0 54 City Â¬ DM 0L0 10C8 1022 10 U0 10 00 10 CO 10 JO 10 CI 1 10C0 - lit 11 1110 - 11 v 1 Wtm ismmv ft f I pre year and always nee that his sents this list of prices paid supply of stove wood is dry and WITH buck in the GOs for the consid- Â¬ convenient until the divorce those If you Co eration oftimes who long for the courts shall intervene a little mat Â¬ R B feel like undertaking good old Grocery hills of 1868 are a ter like that deposit 820 with me variation from tho eof 1800 In as a guaiantee that he will be ami take the gos- this citv in 1808 bacon retailed well cand - ling and light out Atlanta at 20 cents a pound brown sugar 18 cents whie sugar 0 lournal Cincinnati 0 cents tea 175 to 2 flour per Practical Hints on Advertising Will call or rtc ccrchts of Estill coo 7 to 8 50 salt per bbl cwt The science of advertising i6 30 days ty every 100 in its infancy says an exchange kt syrup per gallon coal oil per gallon 70 cent It is growing in importance and coal per bushel 15 to 20 cents efliciency exvry day It used to bpphnfpd bv the The grocer of 99 can get on be a speculative venture now Will liTonftPr with a smaller cash drawer Lexington Bus College the grocer of 08 unless lie than it is a scientific certainty ha I man has ever reached the oitspfrvlHte wh fni toepurp po Â¬ a much larger number of cus- acute of sitions VparpwillinKttnkp ninl business success ilnnroi u ith our pupils 98 KAT tomers Heights that we do not dream ALOG Xplnlnnhovart whywecan iiflonlto do thifs Wp do not ciinr of will be attained by twentieth Lnsst Kojstini Place nntep poiton Foreopv nddrpso I am one of A local paper published a long century merchants HB TONEPKiiKltiMflMKr 110EfltMflingtLrxiSQTOxKTobiturv nf a who taddiMi those who believe that there is in the community closing with no limit to the possibilities 01 thp statement that a long pro human achievements 3 cession of people followed the No man has ever yet made a success of business without m remains to their last roating WATG1IMAKEB iMay e place The family read the no vertising of some sort AND tice and discovered the suppos he dont cnll it advertising bi t JE V EIEK ed error and asked the editor to it was advertising just the saint make a correction in the word Advertising primarily consists AGENT FOR HIGH GRADE WATCHES roastingbut he said he could in letting people know yon are AU kinds of Watch and Clok not do it until the seven years in existance anil what excuse Rpimmnc in connection with hi back subscription of the deceas you have for it ed owed had been paid tonsorial department It i reported that a fight will A Kansas Iarm s Print Shop Satisfaction guaranteed be made to remove the remains A Tennessee editor running of Danil Boone and wife from CLAY CITY KY the Claibord lrogres refuses to the cemetry at Frankfort to their make a trade after this fassion former resting place in Missou e e West A man out in Kansas wants to ri The idea is strongly sup swap me eighty acres of his ported by some of the most in land for our print tliicntiitl citizens of Mi souri WITH hhop even up It would be a who entertain the idea that their Van Deren Hardware Co durn irod deal for the Kansas sacred dust should repose in man but a tough bargain for some appropriate spnt in the Statein which he died Howev Â¬ Honor bright er the Miusourians will find de your Uncle Hen gentlemen I wouldnt exchange termined oppustion to such Mt the Progress plant and its Iioiik scheme here in Kentucky alley for a whole sterling Gazette on Paradise DEALERS No where ection in Kansas About 5JW pension claims Kv on earth does the sun shine luve hen filed n a iisult of ihe Will make regular trips thi ugh brighter the gras grow green- Spinish war ami the number is er chrystal brooks ripple in grow ing larger ev ry day hippfction sweeter cadence or the gentle mountain breezes wft a more ftygsawiqEagg delivious aroma to the nostrils THEThey banish pain Claiborn county is a good coun Â¬ ty to live and die in and prolong life JJiCURBY The uiual diipUy of Mgnlffleent Btook of Henley Wholesale Grocers fr Fall and is now open for inspection by the buying people 1 Winter Goods When You Want Dry Goods Notions Groceries Shoes 22 Hats Caps Queens- - NO TUITIONS W T WEBB -- 1 wareTinwarec -- Go to Â¬ CASSIDYS CLAY CITY KY and there you will find wiiat you wnnt of the quality jud price to suit your tntte and pocket book Â¬ Â¬ avjkcuester ky ed Wholesale Hardware Lexington Â¬ -- nr Bo cJtssxinr GLflYCnYKY Â¬ ONE GIVES RELIEF 5f Winchestei Bank iVCORP JHaTEB N H Witheppoon Pre Winchester K Capital Stock 200000 20000 indiÂ¬ Surplus We solicit the accounts of The newsSam Jones said papers may decry Ilobson and speik evil of him but he has the profound f ympathy of my heatt Why to kiss everything that comes along from the old imid with moss on her lip to the gay widow- to kiss the old si ter whose nose and chin are meeting to kis the good had and indif- Â¬ Â¬ - 3ob Printing Neatly aijd Cheaply txecuttc by the Times Jo6 Frirvt W IybV V4 twLL viduals firms and corporations 3 38 Gentlemen Ilikekiming but I want to pick the time ferent Every thiny about goes into the market hoofs oil is extracted and the horny substance is sold to comb Knife handles manufacturers are made from the leg bones The ribs and heads are burned into bone black after the glue There are many is extracted uses for the hair Farmers Home Journal The people in tho river bottomB In the western part of the State are finding no trouble in getting nil the rabbits they want to eat during the recent tides Poor Hobson place and case lie needs the prayers of the pray- Â¬ the horse ers of the church and the sympa From the thy of his comrades Â¬ -letter lluis f Kill ireads The following marriage ceremo- Â¬ ny used by Squire Tunk IJlossom of Bill Williams district shows that is aston Â¬ an ishing for such a conservative community as Bill Williams Young lady will you district to take this helpless promisa young gosling you hold by tho hand and see that he wants for nothing Will you guarantee to stand between him and the poor house fan him when sick pro- Â¬ vide him with a new suit twice a SlatcrePis Circolsr Enitlores LccLlcis RIPANS Mo matter Samples of work aod prices cheerfully furnished 6P0UTBPBI50 KT what the matter is one will do you good and you can get ten for five cents -- w- ABrtPUpMklMaUtaliarTBtBtrinriaoijaliisipreArlonw1ibeittUiilBrfarato Mtamairuftiotm lomiccni ThllawprletonUloUad4farlbporiia tktMWMt k Iu4 kr luabrMadlu tortUMaMta at Oaadoamof ikaratewtaaiiUbutoMa 1 - w n J iT Ito 1IWMPW wa 9m V mV Vmm MJm HI T imawiay BUBmjaj mav WWW Walfl HI Wt rZ Li f w -- T mm Jga- - TyJ i lHw it tuT J rV - z i Mwmnwim A tVr 4 rmm