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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 October 1905

1 a I 0 4 4 4 r < 1d 0 I d j 1 l t < 4 I C X 1 V C 1 > 1 C rv 10r W t1 1 I t j t A i a 1 t L 0 < 7 < Js 0 W < Jt 0 c u 4 L > A ooQ J ra i7 tII r f or k 1 ft II II t I i L i PibT t < t c y I bt 0 gttiirrtii1Lt > irc 1 r T i < 4 > aVOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKYTHURSDAY OCTOBER 261905 NO U3 4 > irtrtiMitehell wagons Eee Byron I brijh Biting frosts have been frequent li the past week S Born Friday tnWtn Carroll a hi > I S wife1of Itelcd Oak u eon l fi Circuit Court aduurned for the term Wednesday of last weekn c 9 Gco T Young is the authonced gent of THE OUTLOOK to collecth Dr O W Conner makes teeth la from tbe cheapest to the beet 10 lI Ttw famous Jewel line of cooks th nd heater at fl3roIL8 hardware The Rss fced cutter nndSwcep III u IIower TByrone A gentle rain began falling TuesJ w day morning continuing throughH l out tbodaw q 7 rain Tuesday night of last fekwu8 lieneUciul to the sown C Si 1 ibokt Siandryt trH L Lane i9 agent for Wieder dl C ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 October 1905

t 1 I I 4v < < > 4 < Vl b tJ b jtt > < t o > 1 Q 1 i i uuIL S OWINGSmLE OUTLOOK pOUTLOOK PUB CO Publlihsrm DWINOSVILLE T KENTUCKT I I P L THE UNCROWNED KING Wr I V OVGotl or Mammon as ho serves a fe Straight to his coal he cuts his way Perhaps oh some vast continent S continenta itS DeathV Because one died Is all life done VThe uncrowned monarch never dies IITho sun hath set there springs the tun I lessI I If In his childhoods bygone peaco i i The cutter cradled him nor mhy A A statelier birth his strength Increase i T He IsFor good or 111 he Is I And woe to those who blindly cling clingUnnclng SUnseeing to the ancient thrones And reck not of the Uncrowned King Clinton Dangerfleld In the Century A ROSE OF Fk NORMANDY W1UIAM R A WttSOH P I iCHAPTER XVIICoxiisUED l This resolute action and brave words s changed the frightened soldiers who I altO came forward and begged her to com mand them She accepted their serv t ices and ordered them to fire the can non not onl...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 October 1905

i tT i TOLD OF THE TITLED 1 I p iI A rose of roses bright a vision ot I i embodied light tt is an Indian poeta de scription of lady Curzon I p p One of the fads of the princess of I s Wales Is to Impress on every one In t V1 Great Britain the Importance of learn ing to swim i The countess ot Jersey Is described 1 as being a clever cultivated woman kb who reads and thinks and who has been one of the most energetic ot so ciety globetrotters I The luke of Argyll was 60 years of 1 ago recently During the last 21 yeaNS he has produced upward of a dozen S books Including the opera of Dlarmlr ir In the great jubilee year Lord Carew the English noble I man Is a farmer of renown and owns a herd of Jerseys of rare strain Ills wife delights to go amllkln In a short r I skirt and lowcut bodice and Is said to 4put most of the expert milkmaids to blush King Edward Is to review the Scot A tish volunteers nt Edinburgh But un less the war office consents to allow the volunteer regiments outside of E...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 October 1905

< < 0 f C I 4 1 I t t 2 1 f 1 Ii it < t it i > i v VV i i1i > 1 < t 9 I J l vVY < h > i i9WINGSVILLE OUTLOOK p OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO x r It I > t Z IttT i 11 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 Aq A tdressRU coratnunicntloriB to TIlE OUTLOOK PUBMSHIMO Co or to w JOHN W HOSAKKK Owingsville 1 KytSubscribers 4 Subscribers desiring a change of q addrrpa should always give previous C I p address when wrTtlOg o i ICnrrepnndent when out of sta 1 Ji1 tionery should mention fact on a 11 J EJi1 fipp rao slip of paper a Nn com mission ii allowed to any ¬ rnIhtcriptIoIBb b L J Tnu OUTLOOK Is sent one year aQr one dollar six months for sixty cents three months for thirtyfive I Cents l 1THUncDAY OCT 26 1005 IT IK conceded on nil hands that s Satli co > nv hue nil tbo politics to MS S 1 Htnnd I t TitBRKseenis S Konin possibility of r e the Democrutlc State ticket wlnniiiW S in Ohio It wouldnt signify much l IQlntCleyirit did iifl T promotes manllnecfl The ballot d j fttm etection...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1905

w r rJ 1 r u J ir Jr T 4 r I fI Mb i ih1 h1 4i k c t4 rt I 4 w tJ 1 r t t f C1l tj 4 i 1 f 1 p 1 t c < h t T < < < t > z 1 A 1 1 e ht thincitte n 00 < nC < 2 I t > u Ji i jVOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21905 NO ± I7 t r For Mitchell wagons see Byron j S 11 ntOB I The raIns have brought up the week Geo Wheat and rye n I ce Iwoo J Miss Geo T Young is the authorised illness agent of Tns OUTLOOK to collect Glor I 4 waliere lr Dr G W Conner makes teelht 1Dr teethEl > 1 Elder I le the best 10 i from tho cheapest to to Uttrrard The famous Jewel line ofcook8 flrsf of and heaters at Byrons Hardware Mrs tert cnl t Vm Norria killed one of a flock Mrs p of eljht loons near Forge Mill last I burne lives tllnrsdoYUes Coleman r uRnSAfeed cutter IndSeepColel cume S i Power for sale onlyby E L O A rieuds T Byron Sums HL Lane Is agent for Wieder went to i Saturday man bottled beer and Budwolscr bottled and kegAi N i kegg a Alt who have property to eell at...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1905

OWIHGSY1LLE OUTLOOIt OUTLOOK PUB CO PublUhira OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY > UNINTERESTING PEOPLE They live In a quiet sort bf way aIna They dont meet a great many people nor Impress the people they meet The newspapers never mention their names The world doesnt care what they do Tliey never tro In for anything much And their intimate friends arc few clubo Though Homebody said he might For a fat little nose on the window pane Await him every night nightAnd And eight little Angers And two little thumbs Undo all the work of the comb As he Bits In the quletevt sort of a way aIn She doesnt belonff to a womans club She hasnt a single fad InBAnd And u mischievous little lad She neer unraveled a lroblem or Lire She doesnt know 10111 of things She plays with the kids and works all day 0 And most of the time she sing He Isnt like most other husbands at all Sh Unt like most other wives AM they tower attempt to make a change In the course of their quiet lives But once In a while they dress the kids ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1905

i 7 Ai c tt ir nonai XV 3PB1NT I I t Mrs Pear during the several Art tic expeditions whereon she accom panied her husband became an expert and fearless walrus hunter u eMrs Ijuclnda Watnlns ot Alter S biry 111 is 96 her daughter is 76 S her granddaughter 54 her great granddaughter 37 her greatgreat greatgreatI e ereatgrandson ten months She has S 131 living descendants aurI I q1LSIbvtror ot the Spirit Lake massacre of 1857 is living at Pillsbury Point Lake Okobojl la She has written aull tory of the massacre and has pur S chased her old home at the lake and a spends 1er summers there S theret youngest and least no4the oil kings brothers 3 Is reserved and unpretentious his 5 liobby being the tamingof wild ani mals at his home near Cleveland WIckllffeonthoLake On tits Kan 5 sas ranch ho has railed 3000 horses and SOoOO cattle Constantln Scliususs a young Rus sian supposed to bo Count Constantln I a Stranzinskl is studying railroading in e this country He Is not taking a t ItTh course ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1905

L l 1 r 4 1 WIN8VILLE OIITrOOK ftiLdOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY I SI rER YEAR IN ADVANCE I S v t 3 Addre aTlcommunicatlonSto t 1 A THE Qtrrtoos PtjBueniNo Cp or to JcniH W HOKAKEK Orrtngsville l j J if ifJjtX a change Of tddress should always give preview k address when writing k Corre pbndent6 when out of sta 4 r tionerv should mention fact on a 10 V i separate slip of paper No commission is allowed to any It fr bpdy on subscription p w THE OUTLOOK is abnt one year X f ° r nne dollar six months or sixty J cent three months fof thirtyfive 4vHC cents t It j THURSDAY NOV 2 1905 fa TnE secret bailout viry often do t feats the very purpose of an election 7 to determine tho will of the nia JVty of voters t l1I often charged that bullot bos stuffing is a common practice in the llth Ky Congressional die tript Tbat would be done nwny l Tithby n retucn to the viva voce method of voting 0L S IT is Absurd to pretend that the t 1 5 eecret ballot has lessened bribery 5 In elections when any ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 November 1905

J 7v ill f t il r n l 1 1Jk J Jk ifr nf < 0 7a 9iZ S t l t 10 f < Y I A f y AT tt i tr t 4cWJ r f rW C to J 1 r f k j f c r 3 i r 1f jY 4 i tc I k y rf 4 > t a I f r 7 1 tL L t 1jLVOL 1 t oJ 0 VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 91905 NO 18 i < Z if DBMotRATIC u I JVICTORY I b u The result of the election In tlilil tounty is most astonishing if mg magnitude Democratic majorities S Very few if any can claim any pro M < J phetlo foresight in tlmt regard In n t fact the average person WitS pre > o pared not to be surprised at thelee S da 4tion of part or all of the Republican to ftrtunty ticket Very little betting Ji was dono in consequence lm 4 JJi The unofficial majorities and pin v qjralities in this county aro as folfr qj lb fr JJames < 4 JamneV Lane for County Judga n fJ i defoatedQnrgo Aleed 717 le8110 > Shrout furuuty Clerk defeated C Cbns Grain C23 Caleb Ratliif fora c Sheriff defeated Henry T Hopkins jo C03 Sherman GoodpaxterforCounty Attor...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 November 1905

c JL H lq 4 t h t < St I 1 4 I4 tr OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK b OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher tl < h 3 DWINQSVILLE KENTUCKI T a THE HORN OF PLENTY t tc S S IlaiV TIs a blast of tho bugle of peace c e l > v U Rounds from tho farmhouse gate i t Slie farmer bears it and waves his hat t He promised not to be sates ll Bo over the meadow ana over the hilt s i < r c Hahurrles in agr haste s L4 For ho SAJS to himself it would bo a ill a lr I I < Tot let GOOd victuals waste p Ami lies hungry too lies been at work j 4 Since the early hours of morn f And tho music he loves the best to hear h Is the blast of the dinner hornr a Ho pecs in the farmhouse 1100111c framed f A woman fit ample girth i 11Ilotler anll wife are her two names The dearest and best on earth Shes changed a bit since he kneW hert first c i 4 Then her waist was round and slim 1 But Time the relentless has not failedr To steadily challenge hImI Mlo steps no longer a gallant gay u As he did In youths fair morn a 0But soberly ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 November 1905

r I II f 4 < 54 ia S i < S 1 a f I c 1 a tata 1 T > I p to IF YOU ARE A WOMAN L r J v e What Mrs Ford Says Concerning Dr c Williams Pink Pills will Surely M Interest You I VI vlbli V oaald help othpr woraftu get 1 Sit rid of certain physical troubles as com gettingp p i > rid of mine said Mrs B B Ford of N o kj1Pi3bmataba Miss recently You t tnow she continued that a voinaus fbealth depeuds chiefly on the regu 4 larity of just ouo function If she r fails to keep that properly regulated she Z has no end of physical misery I snP s fered from that one cause for two I q wretched years during one of which I twaheptiu bed aU the time I tried U J medicuies enough to euro any illness P 4j bat nothing gave me tho slightest beno S J Dt until I bcgau using DrWulianis Pink a Pills for Palo People They cured me Why I was suffering all the time prac tically from sickness of the stomach dizziness or swimming in my head and t pain in my back Now I am entirely 1t Five from discomfort of ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 November 1905

I ¼ C V I S t t i J r WINGSVILLftiUIL 9 It OUTLOOK PUKLISHINQ CO OJTOUJGSVILLE Ky It S St PER LEAR IN ADVANCE 1 Address all communications to t I THE OUTLOOK PunusHiNo Co or to JOHN Wj > liowAKKR Owingsville N OwingllxUleKy > e SubBcribcrs desiring a change nfm i address should always give preTioun r t address when writing 0 Correnpondents when out of sta r tionery should mention fact on u npparate slip of paper No commission is allowed to any I a LJ body on ciibscrlptlons S L THE OUTLOOK is sent one year oil F for one dollar BIX months forcixty cents three months for thitiyt e d cents i t TH URSDAY NOV 9 1005 3 VT On PoniEDONKSToiK or Rome iI UI thing or other Chief Procurator of Of f the Holy Synod or Russia has re 4 signed Things are bndindcodfor ot autocracy when that old buck was ttreltdy to give up lie is a fanatic iwho wished the whole Russian plO < a i pie concentrated in ono so that he t cotiM ram down its throat his reli P gion und complete government icoull Jl lo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 November 1905

y T > I = < f 4 = 2 O < o > f if1 Ii r io f l J r = rJ rlJ t pc 4 I kL1o w 41 < 0 it > i d F j Fr f c CO 1 4 < rf cJ Oh C E r h p J < r < f i > 1 > < d f > J r rO < t 11 r t < t gtI f C > 0 Q iJ1 2 0 < 4w h < of r t I 7 to ti WmX k J qk w C o > t m i 4 i 1 y t t1 i4 s 4 1 J l fI 11 J y c g < 1 Ii tbt tu a In ll ttthwitk t t 1J j 1 J j 1 I 0 f VOLe VIir OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER I 6 J 905NO tyii uI u I I i NUI l > 1 r T for Mitchell wagons see Byron BroL s c Mens 3 overco8tsat Brother a I I Brotbe1 F t I American L dy shoe at Brother t a Brother wx ii > sShnes for everybody at Brother I Hrottietea fp a Brother Brother li ave ili ibest Hartford boots C k Ladies and Mf se skirts ii 1 is Brother dt Brother J r Ovorehooi for everybody atII Brother RrotherA t Born Friday afternoon to John I larkland ndwife U5on j tt For a abby overcoat look at Brother A Brothers line jr l a Buy a Talk ophone and records o1JA Po...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 November 1905

V t o trt Q 1 1 t C r sI S iI l > 5 4 1 1 1L ji CC i h t t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK r S T OUTLOOK PUB CO Publlshsw age L T4 spJ HOMOMINcL to 4 uctiIIs S To the dear homo once more when all tlO iov a ones havo returned I S Z Their long Vacations oer t How happy The reunion ifrom I How glad to meet and greet Bow thankful L are safely back The cIr1jtmp1eto S But It Ah wsl on coming bowlbrav twj summer days ai rtone t S vGmlss fro i tbo accustomed place f A dear familiar one How sorrowful the meeting then p How full of grief and pain l And longing for the pnfro That neer will come again t God pity all such homes that bow rnIib And grant that every wounded heart Bo soothed and comfortere1 God pity these and when tho veiltor tori Give each a evermorelug Upon the other shore Lena Jeauette Walk In Christian Wort iq I I IA ROSE OFIhel 1 NORMANDY Ivor WUUAJfR A WltBOS I P frir facS CHAPTER XXCOXTDJUKD Thetwo men retired to the other en lcd nf the lodge and conversed In low 4 tones concerning th...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 November 1905

t l ¼ 1 vLIr S rx i I rr TATE NEWS HAPPENINGS1 tit f ALL8 SURRENDERED b Twoof Them Were Turned Over to 4 v the Kentucky Authorities < i Pinevllle Ky Nov 9Shelliy Ball t Indicted for the murder of Lewis Col vUna 1r Una in a keg house last May and the i alepoa Jpauar of a gang of ruffians wlM ba8n terrorizing Middles I < y and Cumberland Gap Tenn I tI past two weeks and a half was arrenilt red to Judge M J Moss of the r ujurt by bs Other Houston 11 11of Miailte WTV They drove i tugh tounry 1 a buggy tram 2heLy DIOJ IIJ a brother c it l LZ Dall tho alleged slayer ot Jack a n 1 barber there se ralwe ls nneY Ball1Sholbys son Is also I S here He was captured by v t Green of Claytouqie byI A In Cumberland Gnp Ho wj e o fl ver to Sheriff I Iu 3ohi 1 I Iddlegborb I z r V > Yl5O i DAMAGE SUITSres f A e re Flied Against Officers Who Nned a Negro Resisting Arrestwo t taiI I Shaw a tho negress widow of n a Shaw1Tho was shot while resisting unrest for tho murder ot Deputy Sher IK Will Br...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 November 1905

zh + i > t c r Ar V 4 f w j = t p a L < tt L l U iHG8VILLE OUTLOOK OUTOOK PUBLISHING CO t b i bWlNGSVIBLK KY I a > r SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i I r VI I > Addresi > all comtnOuicatlons to TllEDUTtOOK PtIBLISHlKQ Co or to i JonsW UoHASfcu Owingsville t p Ky > Subscribers desiring n change address should always give previous i > address when writing I Correspondents when out of sta 4 tannery should mention fact on a i aepifrate slip of paper I 40 zi No comroiseionJs allowed to ImyI euhecrlpllonsp p vs THE OUTLQOK is went one year tJ for one dollar PIX months for sixty f centc three months for thirtyfive ticrnt a THURSDAY iOV 101005 1 Tns secret ballot ns a preventive I q of bribery Is a joke of the first p f magnitude S THE election being over the New Inve8thatInLZCoInb b i in It tee hug resumed its inquisition l of the great insurance craft t ijie next General Assembly < < w ATiBbsf5HftS > pIauee from tlio St voters frrespett Ive of party in S r jc r cnimt...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1905

kc r r a 11 I w b V 0 1l7S A I A 4 S p l 4 I Nkt Nk I cJtm b q4 h t 0 p > z > < p kir l1otw4 S C < 4 < t f Jt2 i 4 I 1 A fl 4 t 0fl C r 1 4S L j t 1 L iIijV r Y t a J 1 < I r fc i I tLook l < t T T T1 t k c A1I t2Z VOL XXVII r OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I THURSDAY NOVEMBER 231905 I J 11rs ForMitcbelUwagonB Bee Byron v 7 Bros < > Mens 3 overcoats at Brother t Brothers American Lady shoe at Brother Itt Brother L1 f A Shoes for everybody at Brother t Brothers i q I Brother Brother have the best = 1 Hartford boots r LndieB nnd Misses skirts at Broflier Brother Overshoes for everybody nt Brother 4 Brothers i For a inbby overcont lookut I r Brother Brothers line p iCDrotber p 1 i Buy Talkophnne nnd records j i r > oT J A Power the Jeweler vt Douglas shoes for sate I < only by Brother k Brother V J ai t v Geo T Young is the authorized gent of THE OUTLOOK to collect t I 1 Dr G W Conner makes teclh t 4 from the cheapest to thr best 10 is Overcoats Overcoats t 3 to1...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1905

11 o 1i t J t I u A 4 Lt 4 r t 1 i > r < 1i > < 1 fci i iJf < c 5 r v V OYrinsvtlle Outlook S > p OUTLOOK lUt CO Publishers OUTLqOKPULCoPuIseI1 t lib OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY J I MODERATE AMBITION A 3 < ttp1n4eyen which Is doln purty god navnt 1Iade the fortune thAt I used to hop J would p Hartjit eauied tile trmqp of fomo oer dttant hlUs to iountI iountSk when the S L fundtyihtr t T r Jeamy share of sunshine an I seen J the flowers smile I 1Uav the rheuraatlz but only fur a little t while < fAn f4 S hope an likewise doubt c Ill hardly leave enough fur lawyer folks I to fight about t t have had my disappointments on Ive I had my Bllont fears t L But I reckon that the laughs will easy Ji > < balance all tho tears A b It aWt a t > rJUant record but I want It lJi 1 Xinaerstood J VThiit rm still akeepln even which la 01 doln purty good C IVoshlnfton Star 1 Ir iL A ROSE OF I NORMANDY I wUUAMSL A WIISOR E CHAPTER XXI WHEnEIN A > BATTLE IS FOUGHT AND AIUE8KO...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1905

t l4tt u < 4 L t jO + lit i s 1 1 U to t k > t 1 VIott < 1 4 l > J I J HOSPITALS CHOWDER f IWIIITf If raam WMEI 1 Mra Fiakbama Advice Saves Man i i Proa this Sad and Costly Experience < c It is a Bad but 1 true fact that t yoarr crease in the I enumberof opera tlons performed upon women in t our hospitals More thanthrcc fourths of tho In kars patients lying 1on those snow ct whit beds are women and girls who 4Bro awaiting recovering from opera I tions made necessary by neglect jtlOI1smade of these patients had to plenty of warning in that bearing down feeling pain at the left or right of the S womb nervous exhaustion pain in the malt of tho back Icucorrhccn dizzi t ness flatulency displacements of tho thesee Kymptoms are indications oj an un i healthy condition of the ovaries or womb and if not heeded tho trouble will make headway until tho penalty operap p tion and a lifetime of impaired useful S ness at best while in many cases the t results are fatal brinyJ J w1 Lo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1905

I = 4 I rJf w 2 0 qi v > OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK t OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO b > < OWINGSVILLE KY r i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WWWit r ti Address oil communications to 4 V Tnic OUTLOOK PtmueiiiNG Co or to > atl jr UOHAKKR OwingBville i < Ky Kk Subscribers desiring a change of k tad t1res should always give previous p iJad i88fwhen1triting l < > i t 4ci CorwEpoiioTenls wlienout of sta < SjjroriOry should mention fact on n r eeparato slip of paper 7 No commission is allowed to any t tbody on Ptiliscriptione A THE OUTLOOK is sent ono year I j for nne dollar six months for sixty H cpntp three months for thirtyfive j fl cents < > THURSDAY NOV 23 1005 So J I 0 = r 1 a IT is norated Nrumitl that W 15 J jlluldemin of Louimtle will try y ci to bent both Pnynter and Black 4 r to the U S Senatorial seat If Pnynler has what is cliiimrd for it t IMhOis praciicully elected nl y ircady I i I NORWAY wii 9 too distrustful of 1 i her selfgoverning capacity and of 0i the gooii will...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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