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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 April 1906

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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 April 1906

L 4 r I 140 4 J 2 S S J C Owingsville Outlook OUTLOOK PUB CO Publlhen i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY Spains bullfighting season lasts IxL nr seven months out of each year sixm 4 that time between 2500 anti 3500 Cas 0 Castillan e 1 rPrince Chun the brother of Ilia em lieror of China has a son who Is the nearest relative In the succeeding gen ratIon and may eventually be em S 9pror The adverse vote of i I Bath Eng on onCarnegies Carnegies offer of ror UbJlc lie library was taken by means ot ltyS council I F 4 Th drlnlshalt halt as inticli wine as its predecessor redecclsorbut cbut eats twice as much and the kitchen committee Is losing money on 4 enU 14 Consul Bergb of jothcubnrg re i t ports that several of the old raliw a75t systems ot Sweden aro plannln i c planning to I t gJI i substitute electricity for steam asil r nor live power and that plans are being P E considered to apply electricity to a 3 Eanal recently purchased 1luries 1I by the gov ernment lii When five Chinamen Itre charged I...

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 April 1906

iii of IJo i < r < f11 t > WOC or HU l T V J < 3 JLPfRUN WORKED SIMPLY MARVELOUS IIff er Severely sb With Headaches l T T I I WI e 7 Unable to Work 3 Luc V McGivney 452 3rd Arc I 11 lyu N Y writes seI S I JP ftrely from headaches and pains in ieiga i unable to attend to my dally work lam better now thanks to Peru i4t < na and am as actlre as ever end have I Sno more headaches nsyS S t jcase was simply marvelous tWe have in our flies many grateful letters from wonen who have huffereJ J j with tho symptoms naincdnbovc Lack of space prevents our giving more than 3Me testimonial here JJ Ifcis impossible to even approximate 1 i he great amount of suffering which Pe I e Tuna has relieved or the numl > er of d woru who have been restored tohealth 1 jMtd strength by its faithful use S TALES ABOUT WRITERS r I f The late Henry Harland lvKfld to 0 z Sf have recclsciL 7fljmtoetn6ne Of his h wt ner of wor k n J01 r a I t rcnch nmbassa z 4 i ra olumlnous JO A hundantJ show or 0 ...

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 April 1906

ci 1 < t1 to > 4 1 i l 1cSs g t t M h f < i It = 1 t rOWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK r p OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO j s 6W1NGSVILLE KY t 1pE 1 PER lEAR IN ADVANCE s a Address all communications to 4c jfuK OUTLOOK PUUUBHINO Co or to L JonN W HONAKEH Owingsville f KySubscribers Subscribers desiring change of I addrflM should always give previoiiR aditres when writingS I S Correspondents when out of eta tionerv should mention fact on a I cePpatG1ip of paper < No commission is allowed to any S r holly on subscriptions jt erlptlonllf one year t i r1 for one dollar fIX months for sixty I fl x c cuti > three months for thirtyfive fttL t I munSDA APIUL20 1800 4 f At the finding of that big lot of t doubleeagle gold pieces by a ne Iro laborer in Louisville the other owdarke laborers noted just about as would a like number of white 1 people that is they fought for rthe yellow stuff liko hungry tigers o over a carcass Under such cir 4 icumllances huuinn nature ia tht sama among all races everyw...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 May 1906

I q t It I t i IS fJ i A 1 1r < r Y < ot r J IdIu 1 10 it Of 1 > 47i p J I y > o ii I 1 a fl f 1F ki 11 ib I a I 11 44 t t 4i It IW S i 1 f 4q14 iI c J rr 7 r 1 a 4 Mr t > J8 > UV > v > II i a a a c = c 2 > I i t S i r f 1 Y AA ft I ¼ 1j I J IIJ i ittLiiijtc 5 2 4r t J i 1 1 I 0 I FVOL rH XXVII I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAYS MAY 3 1906 I NO 42 J af I a t 4 oJ II t i 7 bL4 ati r 4 4 4 IIr I4 aI4J ri aa 1f a C p a + S I i 1 j te J IIi p p z a awat 4 p st a4 S J 4 w r 4 S 1 I Y4a I q a 4 4 I 1 I p I L f 4 Iitsc a a a4 V A T 4 ir a I Jt l sI S 1 t 4 r V 4 r c a iII L taDO delivers toe Jack Raburn killed a Ilb carp en upper Slate Creek Mondayton jP r James Y Bnscoca IIRpCur dft 16 1 poun dearp in Slate last ieeklin i We will buy your rag carpet I BROTHER 4k BROTHER i iBrolhet fc Brother tell the W L I Douglas 260 13 and 350 iboeB The Grange City Itea i lait week Were by mistake headed Craigsin Peed Lathram chipped two car at losds of IIORS Monday afternoon Go...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 May 1906

c 1 u S T to c r < < k t ur > Ij Jol > 1 1 9 1 1r t I c I t 1 Jj if < > i > t I j t t F t ii < > Ir It 0 A I ilG Cc r t II 1 < < 1 I j iM t j < < t I lJ ifti 4I j y1io t itl I o i f > I X r L J r J I < 1 M I 4 W 4 I 11 1 T > 4 I tf r to p 4 l Y r It Owingsville Outlook I f OUTLOOK PUB CO Publlhr > J OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY < I r ff i MAY1906 l S s Bun on Tues Wed i111 FrL Bat 1 12345 S 1 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 p I 18U4 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 f 2728 293031 I ti Fa FM na NM 131 W 8th Uth l3n1 t 11I I I J That gun ctaw on the Pennsylvania I 1 iwhich made V hits Ih a minute ought 1to be signed by some astute baseball I manager i I S i There ls no place like home Refu 4 gees from Vesuvius are said to be al 4ready moving back to their old places on the mountain sides 1i At the age of 37 there died in 1798 4 a clerk of the Bank of England who t was said to have been nearly seven 4t and onehalf feet high A f During Queen Annes reign ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 May 1906

Qw tt 1 J y 4 0 < < > r > 4 of Aif iII2 tr FWIv sr Jtb i W Rr T 0 < ynr to fy > J i I I hI 3sr WAS WEAK AND DIZZY a Dr Williams Pink Pills Restored the thOi fPi And trenQth HcalthI i J I Mrs Mary Gagiiernf Nol iOS th I Summer street Uolyoko Mass has I x > jwssed through nu experience viclr It pnvcs that some of tho Rrh test totta S itt r inpj of lIfo may ho within easy reach iSh nutl yet bo found only by niero chance chanceA 0 employedut ut utit tba mills she was suddenly seized 77 with dizziness and great weakness I was soVeafc at times sho says Hint bJ v I could hardly stand and my head bo I tIma a h 4 I f floor was moving around 4 badq q s 1 f tlmtlwas obliged to fjivo up work iu the I mill and later still I becamo so feebly that I could not even attend to mo ll household duties After tho slightest slightesta 4i regained strength n A friend who had used DrWilliams 1 I Pink Pills for Palo Peoplo urged mo to r try them I bought a bur and began to rf tune them T...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 May 1906

V j r iIt 2 H < w r > I y T 1 r W i > V < C f i I I N I J pINGSyjlLEOUIISoiTCOOK OQK a > j SoiTCOOK PUBLISHING CO ati is 1 I + OWdV1LL4 K1 II 1 IPt1 ADVANCE e r AddrMsall eritomunicntlons to jf r Ill r OUTLOOK PCTRUSHINO CU or to Toirx W HONAVKII Owingsvill L I Ky KySubscribers i it t Subscribers desiring change oC S > t nddress should ul ways give previou 4nkIs8 when writing 11 3 Correspondents when out of sti t 1 inner should mention not un u t oppnrnte slip of paper kL4Ni commission is allowed tlllhr iN4 hody on subscriptions I qIII Tnt OUTLOOK is sent one yeRr fi for one dollar six months for sbty > 1 cent three months for thirtyflu 0 cents 1 c 9 I THURSDAY MAY T 1000 t = TOE San Francisco calamity af ter nil in only a nine days wondt Nothing better illustrates the van nrss of this country and its inter qsls 1 A CArT RIcHMoND PKARHON Hoi PON is It ill a bern having defeatc IL u Congressman Hankheud fur the h Detuoeratiu Congressional noininti A HUN in the Si...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 May 1906

t S aA f r j T7jj YT 4 s I I r J c 1k tcrJJt mrnotnllt ullaok t I VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 10 1906 NO 4S t H L Lane delivers ice Shoes for everybody at Brother a Brothers Tuesday nights frost and freeze finished what was left Some frost on low ground was reported Monday morning Heflins Racket Store is the place to buy jour spring suits and shoes G W Wills of Salt Lick sold to GA Peed 2120 lbs of tobacco at 60 a 650 mens blue serge suits all 3 wool now only5 atlletlinsRacket Store When you need a good carpet look at Brother < fe Brothers 25o l 1 grade F EatilIHonaerCoguarintee 7 their buggies and make tlieir guar antee good Slate Creek rose about 1 feet t Friday night from rains about the headwaters l I a Eitill Honaker < fe Co sell every thing in the buggy line at the low u esc prices o j The Salt Lick cornet band cameg 1 in Friday night and played for Me g I Dados show Remember that Brother < k Broths p er have a nobby line of clothe from 500 upo d o 1 D...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 May 1906

cL p 4 b 3 h t 1 f i sii I M 4 h Owingsville Outlook tOUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers jOWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I 4r L JMAY190G 6y y = = Sun JCon Tnei Wed ThaFtI6at 4 i 2 3 4 5 I l a O7 8 9101112 18 14 16 16 17 18 1 19 1 v 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 i 31r t 10 AFM 610 NM p131 = Sib 15th W23rd 1 I a j Watchmakers despite their difficult l1l t work rarely suffer from eye trouble of any kind al fIn Bolivia the natives of the In 1 terior wear hats and shirts made of the bark of a tree which is first 5 1 ioaked In water and then beaten until 7 1 pliable l pliableSnow i Snow was preserved by the an t9 cients instead of ice by covering it qI 1 up in the ground A cargo of natural Ice shipped from Boston to Calcutta In = j 1S33 brought six cents a pound 3 J i Simultaneously from two independ I ent sources comes striking testimony I S to the virtues of the hairless head It Is stated that first there are no bald criminals and secondly there are no bald lunatics t AlJ > Mrs Richard H Savago is the ic owner ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 May 1906

+ t 10 i i 1 w i c It f t c Jt t i I I 4 N Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WEYMAN < OanrrlfbtUNbrltuiUT J wjomyJ I I t CHAPTER XICONTISUED This quite changed tho scene The i man in the mask staggered to his feet 1 nnd felt stupidly for a pistol But IibT he could not find one and was I Iblnn aw In no state to use It If ho had j He reeled helplessly to the bank and 1 S leaned against it He would give no 1w 1 further trouble The man I had S I wounded was in scarcely better condi 1 lion lie etreated before me for some S IIaces but then losing courage he l dropped his sword and wheeling round 1 cantered off down the road clinging to I to S lib pommel There remained only Urn 1 fellow engaged with my man and II gettingI I > on rheyw < re standing to take I breath so 111 towards them but L beclng mo coming this rascal too 1 whipped round his horse and dlsap 11 pcarcd In the wood and left us inns I 2in of the field The first thing I did It and I remember it to this day IIhll t 1 ple...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 May 1906

z It t l f > 0 I t AA 4I t 1 J Jo t k f zx 11 k 1t t Jf 0 0 ic A j f 1 + 0 I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUlVLISHING CO I p OWINGSVILLK KY si PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i i r4 Address all communications to Tiic OCTIAJOK PUBLISHING Co or to > p JOHN W HONAKCK Owingaville II KySubscriber Jc Subscriber desiring change of 1 f address should a I wny give previous J d address when writing j I Correspondent when hut of sta I 4tlunerr huuld mention fat on a < ppnrale slip of pnper 4 rt No commission is allowed to any 4 rr body on subscriptions = r Tnc OOTIOHK is sent one year fIII tf4frjr nne dollar six months for sixty i f cent three months for tliirtyftve 1 If fut oS cents 1 T THURSDAY MAY U 1001 Llhe Ruofian prr t G a polls le wotted death is greatly exaggera 1 r ted Y 4 4iThe linilway Kate bill in the Uni s ted States Senate will come to a vote soon Its passage seems fair ly us urcd f > U p J Political gos iphaR it that Ji Blackburn and Judge Ed CORen 1 t rWHbe aspirants to ha Gube...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 May 1906

I I I I i S 5 5 i S S S c 5 r i E4 i I i Sc 4 Shf i p cr v > 4f c ICY t J1 t d r s r A t J J 4 7 Ctf j > i lJ f i O f O il a h 7 w114t 5 J 4 y l r l e 7 v tjJ < > 1 4l to VIMi I V o A r 1 j1 t r 1 1L r rH 7 < t L1L 1Ii I r f 1 or c > I t 0 aui < 7 r 1 < r1 > ik j c it srE1jt c1 utIookt 11 4I 1t Viprfl fi I 1fj t Ji < 3IIt i r > < f a I i jr7 < VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 171908 NO 44 F tf J 1 ft H L Line deliver ice f 1Stioa for everybody at Brother 0 Brothers Clothes everybody at Brother i t Brothers p Mlllersburg voted for Prtvliibil < tion last work S v O your spring outfit from IBrotborA Brother tha tiiae to et 1tUT dt t at ijriic Vfii Store 4 Brother ki rather handle iii e Li Starboard ilioos None beUCr When you meed H good carpet Jok at JJruUier Brothers 2K I gradeWilson IVI1so Hondrix bought of S V F jotinsori of Preston twelve pCl at6c i Estill lltibaker d Ci guarantee I S their buggies ami jaake ItJelr guar 5SL An to...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 May 1906

t q q J 1 1t h L f Owingsville Outlook p X OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher < OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY KENTUCKYt it The Transvaal mines yielded U04 000000 worth of gold for the year 1903 I f l 1903There There is hardly a king In Christen I dom today whose wife does not over top him by a head ill f In machinery big or little Ameri t 4J cana stand at the head of the class 3 2hi In industrial chemistry they are at 3 the foot of the class S L1 The right hand although mire son S sltlvc to the touch than the left U f less sensitive than the latter to the i f etred or heat or cold 1w SBut will all the profits there ai to S bo deprived from it you wont suppose S for a moment do you that the sugar 1 trust would permit the fruit crop to 1 fall t lb If a pan of sliced raw onions 5s e placed In a room in which there la diphtheria they will absorb the pol o SOn and prevent the dlsdise from spreading Tha onions should be re I newed every day 1 I hS 1 A bowl gged man usually possesses Iw more than ordinary...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 May 1906

4 k or S t c l r S Pharaohs Magicians S Defeated < 5J 4 A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES FREW0Ma r BJ tM lilahI udIJwa Pnacher 0 VT 1C0yilgbtlSOSby WII Uon S S Scripture AntborltExodus p16 1 19 < TIM 38 < iii EVER before had the great temple at Memphis been so unclean For d a r s yes nnd nights the army of attendants had been struggling to clear the great courts and areas of the dead car casses of frogs and they had had no time to remove the dust and dirt which had accum ulated And as though this filthy con k dition was not enough annoyance to p the priests whose religious rites and i ceremonies required such rigid tath y S Ing and cleansing the stench arising j from the heaps of dead frogs in the jCrom spaces about th temple filled the 4 air and made the situation almlt u 4 bearable q Jannes and Jamferet the < chief priests of the temple were In any 1 thlng but an amiable mood and as > > ey passed through the court of the > aple on the way to their apart c ucats t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 May 1906

i 7 t > t S S S c S A 0 y J T4 0 t c 7 It L S L 5 5 > 5 S S Jf II t tP 1 y 1II S J flWIHGSVILLE OUTLOOK < tOliTIOOK PUBLISHING CO I I iItJ KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 5 ii1 Fl Address nil communications tn Title ODTLOOK Pr URiiiNO Co or to flftfOIlN W fioKAKEit Owingsvillo 3 Ky I t Subscribers desiring changefof I address should always give provioW dtlr lnlhcn writing 5 Correspondent when out of sta S Yionerv should mention fact on n separate slip of pupor 1 No cntnnnafion isnllnved to any PtIbri1tiOfl8r S Ac TnE OUTLOOK 1sent one year S for one dnllur eix taonlhs for ixij r feniiifl three months for thirtythto cenlsI i I J S rL THURSDAY MAY 17 loon It S pTrttt special judgo in n prorui S 7 Si neat ft Ht lire in the practice of the I Kentucky courts lit the present 0J time I The rutlrond Senators hnvedone heir beet to dfliurn tho Railway Rule bill nnd it will likely come to Sfl vote this wrek its pussngo being Ipraetieiilly assured I t S JMKKATOU BAILKT of iexns ex pressed th...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1906

I r I 1 Ij I ti 1 Ib j I J S k q TL1 < 1i tit 0 r Io q s 1 f1i t Yot s < < 1 4 fiG > 4 h j < c A i t > < rl t k T r ib 1t t Jj > j r 11t < I ii JI I J TJ = e 1 J 7 I T4L mu J r I 1 n k VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 31 1908 N 46 f II L Lano delivers ice i1 7 Clothes fir everybody at Brother A Brothers d Now u tho time to got your suit at lleflins Racket Store vi Brother t Brother handle the Starboard shoes None beitrC < EsUll Honakcr Co guarantee jjj heIr buggies and make their gualMo 0 J an toe good Remember that Brother Broth i e i hayo a bobby line of clothes from 500 up eef look at Brother t Brothers 26o dC e i f 175 Preston to Louisville and return via C < k O Ry Sunday M tflWJune > Estill Honaker Co fell every thing in the buggy line at the low est prices pricesFrank Frank Brown has been appointed postmaster at Stepstone to succeed < t Hk S Bittingera It B F Shrout lwugtitotDWvisi Jrout four Jcorling eteere anCao > FIWO he...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1906

AS t I I 2 zt 4 Owingsville Outlook OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher 1 INGSVILLE KENTUCKY 3 Pners in Business t average man success fIe frs r depends more upon his man 3 bappearance than upon his fctHiWledgc of his trade or business or as one might say of his profession A Chicago newspaper has lately been i noting some failures and their causes I It cites tho case of one man who was a successful salesman in a buslI ih aess house in Chicago but was un able to get any custom when sent on the road The general manager of the nis 4 it day to talk over the matter The mansil crumbled crackers into his soup untlsa IPS it was thick and then ate the mixture A from the end of his spoon in great L V toouthfuls When the meat was served he shoveled It In with his knife and 0 had finished eating and was noisily f lcklng his teeth almost before the a manager had begun his meal In re 0 lply to a question he told the man 1ager that he always took his cus < tomers out to lunch and used every t atmethod to ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1906

L TTkt i 111 T2JA FORMER EMPLOYE 1 i > t Of Standard Oil Co Tells How In tiepemlent Concerns Arc Put Out ot Business t 3 fi I The Standard Has a Telegraph Sys t1t tern of Its Own Extending to fb 1 Nearly Every Part of the Country 1 Cleveland 0A total of nineteen w witnesses were called by Interstate t I Commerce Commissioners Trouty and 4 Clements In the Standard Oil Inquiry S here Everybody connected with the > Investigation put In a hard day and ft the two sessions gave substantial re A suits Tho testimony of George L Lane of Mansfield 0 a former em ploye of tho Standard OH Co was re garded as particularly important Ac cording to his evidence Lano was for about 14 months In 1901 and 1902 em ployed by the Standard OH Co for the particular purpose of driving alt of S the independent oU peddlers In a doz en on more of the principal cities and towns of northern Ohio out of busi ness Ho said ho was employed by C M Lyons of the Cleveland offlce of tothe Standard OH Co to go to cer...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1906

d ¼ r t 4 1 o t J > I t > > r t ot r 1 oR K OWINGSVILUE OUTLOOK I S T OUTLOOK PUBLISHING COmo moM I OWJNGSVILLE KY Mrs and 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCED 5 5lef left lefto 110 Address all cotnmunicntiona to to THE OUTLOOK PIIBLIHRINO Co or to at JOHN W HONAKCR Owingeville K V di uii Subscribers desiring i change ofWh 1 address should always give previous fti j address whin writing 00 liIuuIsupuii1idCorre1ondent when out of sta S uui A tiner should mention fnton i tionerv on ii Itii BPpnrUte flip of paper is No commission allowtd to any IInytjJI gr tjJI I body on stibRcriplions j TUB OUTLOOK is sent one year t cj for one dollar six months for Fht of l1 Ieentg three months for thirtylive of bo L 1 cents centeM hl 4 J > THURSDAY MAY 31 1DOG 1 r I in 22 1 Tnt Uryest dmuth that Lrllh > tfllc ever knew hit that city SunC day when the irrigation works shut i down by order of tho Mayor It n r was a spectacular success in the in 1r main S ey ti sS 2 1 mission has had the Pennsylvania ...

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