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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 5 July 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. — 5 July 1906

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Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 July 1906

4 t n S 1 1 > fit < < 1 4 o l AM v Jc c y 1 iiT y I 1 r J rf Sfr I I ¼ 1 i < S i 4 1j I r j j > ft t C 43 f rf 1 AI M0 h c IJJt Jtuinflillt n f 4 r < i I f < VOL XXVIII dO OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY om THURSDAY JULY 26 1906 NO2 < ail h jIOVEDTIlB OUTLOOK ofI 1 flee IS now in the upstairs room tf of the building formerly occupied I by D N Young at the corner of s > Joffersorr and Henry streets < Come jind see us in our new 1 r home v H L Lane delivers ice It is a mighty dry day now that it doesnt rain a little bit m r Fon SALE30 to 10 bbls of corn JOHN W HONAKEU Too much rain has injured the wheat in the shock and stack and S 1 also the oats 59f S Quarterly Court was in session 1f cQunrter Only minor caseswere VL on the docket 1 I I V Born Thursday morning to Sam Lathram and wife east of town a twelvepound son l There will be an icecream sup per Saturday night Aug 4 at the t Wright grove above Prickly Ash r bridge I Mark Thomas of Flat Creek one day last week ...

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 July 1906

t O t 11o r < t oft S f i i k > f > 1t C l s < I P c < < < t s I F i6 f llJ > t < < I ii Jj 6i 1 > i I t L Owingsville Outlook < L11t OUTLOOK PU1 CO Fubllthtrt 4OWINGSVlLLE KENTUCKY j Study by Travel i Mr Moscly the British commls tstoner who came over to study our a system ot education three years ago has a plan for continuing to keep England In touch with us education ally Ue has persuaded the Cunard and other transatlantic lines to fur nish passage for teachers at nominal rates during the winter season Be J tveen November and March steam 4 1 ship accommodations for GOO will bo provided Arrangements will bo made to care for teachers on their arrival 4 here and to distribute them among i university centers This Is a form of educational reciprocity of which there therev In England within a year The Inter change of visits between French und olt I 1 it as as tho fraternizing of schoolboys 1 from either side of the channel Very 4 recently French univ...

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 July 1906

> z > i A li Io > It J Jo t ii t > i A 1 t Z < tr < 0 r I 1 f t l Jto < > < t t i t w Lavender f rep htont5 V 1 i t Lowers h i LBy OLIVIA B STROHM Q J fS thertltb4 1915 by Ou U B Strohm J tCIIAITER VI s Next morning Lavender strolled idly Into the woods back of the fort Fa R k miliarity with the forest had softened a iiIts terrors and she welcomed its soli fttude now in relief from the curious eyes and wagging tongues of all in the garrison For news ot the avert 4ed duel had spread through the camp iand she was tired of questions of rwhispers and looks a trance The woods were more friendly leaflessA branches In restless wooing of the spring Already promise of her com t ing lay In the tiny brown buds of yel low green shoots that peeped bravely 1 + out beneath the sheltering heaps of moldering leaves + r Occasionally Lavender stopped to t ki twig that the frost had gilded aa bit of sumach to which he halt spared the scarlet i On a sudden the whizz of an arro...

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 July 1906

i LeIir4r s 4L L t A OWINGSVILLE OUTLGS1C I OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO4 k OWINGSYILLE KY THE OUTLOOKS subscription I rates are as follows I One year One Dollar b CentosThree r 9 Three months Thirtylive Centsi i 1 t No commissions allowed any anyI Subscribers desiring a cluingetfl of address uhould give previous nddress when writing 4 Correspondents uhould alwaysC 1 S Ket their items to us not later 1 than Monday if possible when out of statIOnery mention it on a I separate slip of paper 3 News matter of general interv t > 6st is welcomed bring it to USw t vithout delay if you wish it in I serted Advertisers wishing a change tor discontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous to tniblicattoYi day 4 Address all communications to J rHE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co r or to JOHN W HONAKUR Owings tviIlC Ky r J THURSDAY JULY 20 ISOG b JIM HARGIS and Ed Callahan b igot out of the charge of complic S r J fly inthe murder of J B Mar I cum wltlrreputations unimpaired 1 JMCCREAR rather scored on...

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 August 1906

L 4 4 3 t 5 I y v 5 8 S 4S S 5 rts s cy VIt = < > < s t I t I if < rw J r l T Tr iObV i oJ tfj 6 W1ffi h t W b 0 1 p k I F < i b e I I a d 7 l t t 1frru3LiL1e 1u11ooti n 0 0 i u uu < K VXXVIII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUG 2 1906 p No s > = r rti ¼ REM vEDTn OUTLOOK of S jiceTs Tiow in the upstairs room J ij bf the building formerly occupiedil lI vbyD N Young at the cornerof i Jefferson and Henry streets S Come and see us in our new home UL Lane delivery ivW illi ho1d a fat fatS heifer toPeed Lathram at SJc S FoRSAtEQ to 40 bbls olt olf r toTilforditorseIp 5 iJ Ip A wan Jr and wife east of town p r If daughterG The Hillsboro mail now arrives t I here daily at 1230 and departs 1 the same afternoonth iPiVrn P Ros J < riappoint 5 1 ednostr Jto sue 5g I Siycee9tr T ery < ft lka tyourYild West p Jo jUVhy talk about It when It 18 jI I iriour midst this very day t r c Dontt forget the ladies ice < I cream Saturday night August 4 77 t r bove Prickly Ash bri...

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 August 1906

t 11 > IJt 1 I t JIIC 1 t t ie f > > c < tt t Owmgsville Outlook r TLt OOK PUB CO Publisher t tl OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY > 7 l r You Must Bustle II t Hustle Is a word that has come j > Into very general use of late and Is i > used to express vigorous earnest ef ii fort to accomplish a definite purpose oj = It is not a very elegant word but < it is very expressive It means ac cording to Webster to force ones 1 i way This seems to be the spirit nod demand ot this age of fierce com Spetition in business and the profes 4 4ij to attain success in Tiny of the learned + 4S Irtofesslone you must push for It + OP you will be left far in the rear > > Vou cannot sit still and expect wealth and reiIttIQnto seek you out rearj apparently hug the delusion that tho 1 lwor1dowes them a living and be iCauso they think they are meritorious they are sure to succeed without any 4 great effort on their part Who are I the men and women who have ac 4 quired wealth and fame asks t...

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 August 1906

t uattotk uatletoe the I Bent ture Wlwan an II ferred were watched del her By OLIVIA B STROHMlie 1 when dians her T Cepjrrltht tyg b1 Olivia B Strohm the CJlAPTERVIIarro A few days later attended by a small seemed military escort the party left the gatl1 oft the WInslow explained to the command of 11 fcrJthat there was double reason for nest aastP = 4n their unwillingness to further baU trespass on his hospitality no less blithe J lhanfn the Impatience of the ladles toSI loin their relatives Reasons tchfor though with all hospitable intf hewer Colonel suppleme ted by the > < i learns suKcstlon that they take adjr of hIresent frosty condition jr h v tll i l J lUtialalef when the sprjg hiD i LA had sot In the swamp lands dam would be well nigh Impassable his Therobelng no available guides at the the fort it was decided that the sol That Jlers accompany them to the nearest fylng f Indian village a half days march of I r a away where they could obtain ponies At t anda guide for th...

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 August 1906

i ci P c dlf 1 OWIMSVIUE OUTLOOK 4 WiNGSVILLE t KY ceisd 4t > v and jpHE OUTLOOKS subscription 7 < Crates aVess ilQws widow t > One y6ati One Dollar which SixmonUis SixtyCcntr the Tluee months Thirtyfive Cents world I I moneyI r lfeL No Commissions allowed abut I Y 9UY onsubsriptionS Sn SubscriberS dering a cha twa Sage of ziddres ShOUll give previ otis and the r address vhen writing ivV Correspondents should aiwII1L S Hrti < i i > t t1ii4ffl1 to us not 1 l regularI Is4it tationcrw mention it 0 fl a looks t y slip ofpaperter erotic i eVki matter of general in ter of cstis Welcomed bring it to us I without delay if you wish it in not scrtcd crat I Advertisers wishing a change Where 4r discontinuance of ad should to to Pjesid s Inform us the week preiouavailab poblicatioii day a f cntiyP 4 JOHN W HOHAKER Owingsstup death THURSDAY AUG 2 1906 s Press 4lution 4k THOSE who had great exp Cj I f lions based on Russell Sages will their are wiser nowof iMcGREARY pronounces the ...

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 August 1906

c r L 4 I q h w S i t 4 p j 11 A I p V I J L fj 4 S 1 M 3 I 1 I > 4 l tt Y 14 t 4 iiI HE C 4 4 < 0 of 0 4 1 4 4 S1 t2 1 d ep j fl 4 t < 4 Vr OJ iy iJ Iri r iI r 1 t r c < I I ri ii I 4 i 4ii r r 1 a oo o I wl 1 i L = o J J O 2tr I T1 > ok J < rH mm > 7Jt J e1 t r Vrr i 1t i > Jirl Ji Ifj c rt t tt a r + 1 > T J Iirrr i t i t Y j a ri i r L + S 0 J 1r > S I tAr OV I r OJ t n t rt r j t Ir r a I 0 1 I > f I > f t i i j I + 5 2d1 < t S 4 U 0 r bt 4 tuinilie I utboL < > J r 0 i c I 9 Ir S i 55 S 5 5 SS S S SSSS S S i4i VOL xxvin S OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY AUG16 1Q06 NO5 dw < f C j t REMOVED THE OUTLOQK of ofItice JH W SS now Hi vl Iv upstairs room I of the building formerly Occupiedlie D N at the of lie by Young comer ofIIC Jefterson and Henry streets v Come a asee us in our now is home I H L Lane delivers ice lis t K The first bnicgrown water ed cdIt r the ovi mri t Moiyluy r LlderB II Ross went Friday Itu tufrc ttbegin a twweeks mcc...

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 August 1906

S s S 4 3 S S J A S 5 5 twingsville Outlook VOUT JOK PUB CO Publisher S S OWINOSVILLE KENTUCKY Automobiling In the Alps IAutomobiliets In Europe are Jubi lant Heretofore they have been barred from the glorious Alplno passes between Switzerland and Italy but now the canton of Valals baa granted d2Lthe to take automobUes over the Slmplon toad thus suggesting a I new use for the passes that have be como comparatively unfrequented I lace the mountains were tunneledun un UIfor railways To be sure bar on certain days in the week that the to p road is to bo open for motor cars and HI r htr thoy must leave Rrlgue before three tr S oclock in the attoiEsnn and must stop whenever there is danger of B stampeding cattle but the wedge ha5l ti entered and there Is reason to befir lIevo that the other cantons will soon I t follow tho example of Valals Tho In opening of the Brunlg pass which w connects Lucerne with Intorlaken the will probably not be long delayed tea tea While there is thus a growin...

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 August 1906

t t 1 4 1AN AN OLD PAINTERS IDEAS 4 t The autumn season Is coming more Q and more to be recognized as a moreI p q suitable time for houscpalhtlng There b is no frost deep In the wood to make trouble for even the best job of paint I ing and the general seasoning of the summer bas put the wood Into good I condiUci In every way Tho weather t morcbver is more likely to be settledF the ueBMsary length ot time to F 1wau wall the coats to thoroughly dry a i v rs Important precaution An old t nd successful painter said to the Y h writer the other day House owners I 1 would get more for their money It they 11 would allow their painters to take 0 more time especially between coats II Instead of allowing barely time for thet surface to get dry enough not to be c l tacky several days weeks would s not be too much should be allowed c 1 so that the coat might set throughb and througn It is inconvenient of b eft 5 course but it one would suffer this c 0 slight inconvenience It would add two t or 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. — 16 August 1906

4 l 4 S t j i t w t S S v 1S flllNGSllLLE OUTLOOK I i 7 i < OWINGSVILLE ICY I I SA rx THE OUTLOOKS subscription k rates are as follows 4 5 T One year One Dollar o11nrL t1 Six montlis Sixty Cents f JrV Three months Thirtyfive Cents x a 7 No commissions allowed any b j6yon subscriptions t Subscribcrl dssiring a change I of address should give previous ft address when writihg CorrespomlQiUs shouki wvaj fcet their Hems to us not rwik than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a Separate slip of paper a Ncw matter of general inter 1 4 3 cstis welcomed bring it to us WiL1IokIL delay if yoft wish it in sorted 4 4 Advertisers wishing a change I l v < or discontinuance of ad should 1 inform us the week previous to I publication day S Address an commUriiqilions to C JOHN W JloNAKEU Owingsvillfa a Ky S JTHURSDAY AUG16ci sS 5 I b GoRnEspoNrnNCEilc V Forge Hill V f There was a large crowd at the 5 picnic Saturday S 4 The rains come daily in this fop r promising viI 5 moil...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 August 1906

I I i L I 1 r I ij4 L r F4 rJ I p p I J J i 1IIh VII 1 1 > r i < w7tr f I + I jr i n Ji1 t 4VIj > J fof i4 tJ 1 trI j I rv > 1cI I r J j f1 r > D I ft C t i hi J > fI j 1 c i i7 r J j r > 10 < r r r ef I w I ro t 0 < > r < is1 it r t < E4 I > IY c I h l ctlftJi vt C < A1 < y + > vy c Vi 4 > > i I lit r IJctaT ct > 7 > 1 I t I 1i1tIOOhfdt itW Jt t > t t Mr p t I t f 2 1 It r 1 71 < F < > L t t E > J 1 A t d i i Etif VOL xxvim R1SVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY AUG30 1906M t i NQ1 f t < fj trr of = J I RElttOVEl TH OUTLOOK ° f il flc9 is now in the upstairs room I bf tim fthe building formerly occupied byD N Young at the corner of j Jefferson and henry streets j MVfc vii o Come and see us in our now i home H Lw i This WA suffered from an iceM famine Sunday t Ncho bunty will vote i rain b O 11 Prohibition Sept 29 4 tf 1 The Mt Sterling ScntinelDem Ii l crat says S S Pinney has c 1 bought the lcsidence or 1 < 1 J L...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 August 1906

J V 1 < h ftt > V < i < I I a 4 J t r r i 1 4b t > b 0 l t t 1t t vv 9i1 e Outlook > < I l v CO Publisher I 4 r KENTUCKY I > 11 S il of Easy Credit S ipIO of moderate rosourc s J given to living beyond their the effort to keep up with I jj > tfchor contemporaries Is a fact I v > TiK established The Massachusetts I S t yjireau ot labor statistics arrived at T ls old conclusion by a now route > < 1Ft1 B0 doing It suggests that to tho tdI I Jthe Installment system moral as wc llp jas economic unwisdom may attach > Tho bureau has gathered figures to 1BS how the uncollectible indebtedness S of the people of the state They a ro very large figures A disregard is In t UI evidence amazing In the aggregate liS irS grocers and other small 8d men It la implied in the report thl ato to the spreading of the Installment business to an extreme much of this nil is traceable Credit has become beconof bS debt are more lightly regarded Aa agaInst traders too who m...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 August 1906

z I < F I 4 c BACKACHE IS RIDNEVACHE I b Get at the CauleCure the Kidneys Dont neglect backache It warns Ou of trouble In the kldncs Aver the danger by cur ing the kidneys with Doans Kidney Pills J A Haywood a well known resident of Lufkin Tex says I wrenched my back working In a sawmill was laid up six weeks and from that time had ivpaIn In njy back backJ 4 urine wan badly disordered tmd for a f eo long time I had attacks of gravel KidneyI I I Pills tho gravel passed out and my n back got well I havent had back R acho or bladder trouble since J Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box PostorMllbnrn Co Buffalo N Y > DIAMONDS IN UNITED STATES A i o tones to the Value of 300 Found In Islng Year f Never In the history of the United t States has there been such a demand for diamonds as there was In 1905 Largo quantities were imported but the country produced none In 1903 it produced diamonds to tho S value of 50 in 1901 it had an output outpuS w worth 100 In 1900 its production was valu...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 August 1906

t 3 < 1 I 4 L s4 q < L SS r a i t YW C1 I a i ItE O UT L 00I a i VILLE KY the a + pat J oli 8 Ouioaxs ubtjtion Gs 7 1iifilIows Ith 1f One olJnr 1th S S Jths SIb Qnts lio S S S J nth T1irtSfivt ents ha Ia 1 V tVvni5svsipns allowed a yU a S v vmi subscriptionsr 1 i Subscribers desiring a change r V jaddreas should give previous i in S S S 3ddre when writingth alwavstl f Correspondents should always In e S S s v Sget thuir items to us not later j R JI 1 out of stationtry mention it on a1 of papera separate sii paper t A News matter of general iri ter Sctjis welcomed bring it to us IS without delay if you wish it in I 1serted Advertisers wishing a change 5 or discontinuance of ad should 1 inform us the week previous to p publication day 61 OJAddle5S all communications to m OJ JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville S Ky J 8 THURSDAY AUG 30 190G f I i I f = = Si I 5TiiB railroad companies havoj Ii m t t agreed to comply with the Us S 4 Rate law recently enacted which pi Y is land of themE t CAN...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 September 1906

t 111 JJ r rih S < J 3 U fir rrtiLu ii Of 5 S d h f tl1i = f1 c Ar l J fl S 1 J t f Zl t S l S 41 r > 11 ISS 5fz > d 1r7 l f t o t J V r fI r Vv t f J < i Y f L J T A > < r L 1 1 p 0 7 J j4 < i r J W r r J J 1 A1 j C tIY r J qiFl 11 JtEtdr F l it1 i121 v P p it > > 0 I > r Zf i JoAJ j P1v < J r1it < I o Jr n r JSI I r1 It 7V t 1 Z 1 i i > 1I II J rra fif I I J1l1t t Yr I 5 1i r 71t 1J 5i 1 I Si 2 4 i J L t r I 1 t i 0 5 P 7 i ij h S < < T K LtS c j I d < J e JI > > i 1 < r lJ < tJb I J t 1 f < t7 P 7 f > J fc < < VOL XXVrJI I OWINGSVIL KENTUCKi URSry SEPT27 1906 U j O 1 tiF L = J = = I k S 2 REMOVED THE OUTLOOK of fice is now in the upstairs room L of the building formerly occupied J by D N Young at the corner of Jefferson and Henry streets S S Come and see us in our new i 5 home H L Lane delivers ice Ii New goods arriving daily at the RackctStorc e1 Look at the remnant counter at S Brother Brothers Brother Brot...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 September 1906

Ia p t 1 4J t T > 7 Gi I > < IL1JUK ubllshers I KENTUCKY < v > y Bullet > < OJ that in the typo ot eJtto be udopted by the r ro Is a potent argument for This bullet Is a third light IL or than any now In use but It Is most deadly Its penetrating power Is such that at a mile It would pass through 15 men It these had the mischance to stand In line In front got of It At short range says tho Phlla a dclphla Ledger It will go through 33 Jul inches of seasoned oak At 600 yards 32 Inches of white pine fall to stop r It and at 1000 yards It is equal to 0pIercing n inches Tho day when safety lies In dodging behind a tree gappears appears to be passing Tho strong t point about this admirable bullet Is I the flat trajectory With the present style of bullet tired at a target 1000 yards distant ouo could stand with r perfect immunity at many points be tween the muzzle and the target as at 50 yards the mlusllo would pass 17 feet over his head The new bul let shows a tenfoot r...

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