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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 September 1906

l S f t T I A 1 i f T I r4 Ip I DOCTOR Dr PAIRED 4 Anaemio Woman Cured by Dr Wit Hams Pink Pills Recommends tho Pills to All Others Who Suffer Anamill is just tho doctors iiamo lot bloodlessuess Dr Williams Pink Pilli Q cqro anaemia as food cures hunger hungerI > 17 Lincoln Place Plaiufleld N J who IY says Iu tho spring ef 1903 I did my myt f ward I began to have tho most terriblo heartaches My heart vohld beat so ir t < regularly that itwna painful and there a ur > came a morning when I could not get F Iv up My doctor said I had anaemia and 4 bo was surprised that I had continued F P to live in the condition I was in s i 1 was confined to my bed for nearly 1 two months tho doctor coming everyer Srday for tho first few weeks but I did not improve to nmoniit to anything AlH t together I was sick for nearly twota S hadI I headaches irregular heart beats loss ofh 4 appetite cramps in the limbs and wnn X nuablo to get n good nights Rloep Mya i Isgs and feet were so swollen that...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 September 1906

tt > > < 1 J 100K i > Y S of < C i 1 s subscriptions k subscriptioni It I t C tj III I H One Dollar r 1 DoBarT T r iY Cents I J i1s rrhiJ fie Cents cjr I f so cominissionn allowed anyb 1ody on SUbSCVIItiO1Sc tKJcl Subscribers dsiring a clumgee of address should give previous address when writing Ii 1Correspondents should always i get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when l out of statioaory mention it on a t k separate slip of paper i I 1 News matter of general mtcll Aest is welcomed bring it to us 11 i 4 > without delay if you wish it in < k sorted sortedAdvertisers Advertisers wishing a change S J or discontinuance of nd should i pIp inform us the week previous to l Spublication day a Address all coinmunications to 0 JOHN V HONAKKI Owhtgavilkj j t icys i1t THURSDAY SEPT 27 1SHJG 11 lu iji iiininiiiiiri MTriiTT in rnrrrrm i I I COlmESPOND1NCE N i Forgo Hill Y A crowd from here went to the I I t VS circus atMt Sterling Friday and 4 IrelOrt a p...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 October 1906

3 b J r < u i < r j < e J LN f 4rcf kfv Qij Jt 4 7t e J h ci A 1 A NJ en If > l i u 0 < j2 1 4 < 1 L 1IL f 7t is rIiIIf L 9 I 4 > Ia VV4 J < J iC r t I 11 J JI oj a li I r > t d c 3 T 1c v ¼ 14ij f < rt t r r r j i c > i Ir I l Pf 1 t A d l < 2 o v Le S t 111 r lv i fSSt i J J r f i r i I 01r > A l VOL XXVIH U = J 7 j rOWtNSVLLE F KfrUOKY L 0 THURSDAY V OC kit 1 z t 7 I 1 X NO 13 > r J 1 REMOVED THE OUTLOOK rI r I s = = It Ificu Of thu Imfldintr formerly occupied occupiedby lolVorson and Henry stre ijt Coma and soc us in our ne1 wb newhomo i 110moj H L Lnpc deltton ice The tobacco is about all Itooaed wur Gov Bcckham is billed to speak a dfliere laH hats best and Cheapest at j Oddie L Powers j tLook Look at the remnant counter t Brother r Brothers f Sheet steel wood heaters from 150 up at E L A T fferons t Complete ine of hardware I stoves ote at Bud Brothers j V L Douglas ii 300wd I 3fvO shoes at Brother Broth C LI Picturefrunesaid Maslic m...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 October 1906

ftb < t 1i i i ft J I > < AIt r 6f > IS I pJC 00 t STO 1 r > J STOS c > f k 1t tJ I iI i s i 1 JK 7 rcrfret I 7 j > r I ret J c > 0 10 J j r > I J f t r c l 01 A t 0 I Z t r or e 1 r > > r 4 J I iM I jr t IfiNGSVILLE OWY ru > OUtLOOK PUB CO pt I4 t 1 r i f F OWINOSVILLEE J 1 4r SUnder the Yoke 4j Now occupations for American wom en are frequently described in tho 1 0household magazines Meantime rmany women wt the old world stead lastly cling to their old t isks A trav ot t 1reler with good eyes nw see In a sin gle summer day in Belgium enough tt 1 to make him wonder what are really r the boundaries womans sphere k > 0 At five oclock in the morning he may see a redcheeked woman a rude har iness over hsr shoulders pulling with 4 a big dog for a helper a heavy cart of vegetables three mlcs from garden ot to market The cart holds several 4bushels of potatoes carrots cabbages u topped by a great bundle of dew Z sprinkled roses and before the wom an ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 October 1906

V1 > h rt r io I y t I ot 0 11 II JIjt i f i t i 1r 1t 0 1t O tJ 0 f i > Iv I ro 0 4 1 c 0 Irf + o o T K Y rj > ii < > > iJ 0 0 i f 1 < r 0 I Io < 1 Ito S to r t 51 f J I OO I l 1 c r I > f > o J T r I c r 8Cu A rl i > rt ro fl 1 j r i I t ii rJij 4Jft J 1 Lavender hz Creightons b c Lovers a as By OLIVIA B STROHMS g s h Copyrljht 1995 bl OlirU B StrohmV s tCHAITER XIXCONTINl1De After another pause she added II i will take up the land he said and he Dught to have that next to ours 1e L know It too Is rich He ought to have c Ithe Is a good man a Then with a shuddering recollection 0 she continued He saved me JanieI saved me from the cruel snake Hiss bias It said and was going to bite Then he came he carried a big stick t downdown and the snake was deadc It was dead Jane see Ho killed it I I ftso I could come homo to my Janle Do I you understand 1 i She had risen and with voice ands gesture tried to make her meaning plainThe 1 J The other listened her a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 October 1906

p S p 4n 7 Ir4r V h i Ipu j 1 3 4 t t 4 i 24 0 t I r wr I Sulcrit > ers < i sir of ruVrd POV evi6as addm3 v > t vvit 4 1w ys get thoir itwns to v fccl later than Mcivfoy if yx glbfe when out Cf < vv nation it wr sepa U i ipey rN atit viihou1 tU1 ii you wish it in 1t L Ad jtS liinZ cha n c 0 c1iOf nd should jflfw il > e week previous to Jay Ad iK orranwnk5rftions I to JOHN V iii NAKEJ Owingavil Owingavi cit I Predaut Beauchamp of the w Cv T U has cornered Mr MeCrearyand Governor Beckharn 1with the question a to how if elected to tte TTriKci States enj site thoy wii vet a on Federal CJov q ornment prohibition measures to be introduced iitoCongreto 7 4Forgo Forgo Hill N I terMiss Wayne acccmaned by t Oheir 4 IL uncle George Knox went MonK0 day to visit relatives in Morganer county s Jlre Will A Atchispn and waS pa county are visit ing Lhe family of j Wf Williams I VW Williams sold it rearand k oW liorse to a North Carolina 4 man for ISTGO wI J M Moore and son Cofiie r bo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 November 1906

if S S 4 1 a C M < p t fl ij f 1 l t > ffOi tfs U JJ A 1 i i di I r 1 < 1 1 f I r 1 > 1ff1 il hc J r f1c2J L w S i i < l j > i f f I 511 l i f i 00 I1IJ 3ll1VZIIIJ f t 9 111 t t fff AI I jTO q T t U 00 f 1 f f t I 1f j J d u On VOL XXVIII p uA OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY lU SJQ6 C J NO l 7i I < Election cs1 i The election in this county was I I very quiet probably not more jJ than a threefourths vote being I polled The following arc the 1 pluralities as far as heard theI carried the i Kehoo Democrat theI county by 265 with Licking Un L1 ion and White Sulphur to unr from which will reduce it t about 245 Bennett seems to j have curried the district by about oo In the Democratic primary I Beckham carried Bath county 135 I JHagerSGO The CourierJournal of Wed nesday it is reported will claim I McCrearys nomination by 35000 I 1 suid Hays by 10000 I Hughes has defeated Hearst in New York t Langley has defeated IlopkinS in the 10th district v S H Brother Brother have ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 November 1906

0 1L i r 1 a A Jit Ji I ci f r r ft F t < 1 i OW1HGSVILIE OUTLOOK 1L OUTLOOK PUB CO Pttbllahera OWINQSVILLB KENTUCKY coCupidity and CommercIalism Some one down in West Virginia has plowed up a tomahawk which evi t dently had been carried to that lo fca away back In the seventeen hundreds by savages who went there from other localities and cleaned out their aboriginal enemy The point > of Interest in the matter Is that the L weapon was not of Indian origin but S was of steel and of such finished t workmanship that It came from Eng 1 land at that time the worlds center h t of steel working It goes to prove I 3 that the red man even In that earlyr 1 r day obtained much ot his material f from the white man But this re 3 marks the Troy Times Is not a ape r N daily surprising revelation When t was there a time when cupidity did Lnot overcome occasionally tho Im I l pulses of humanity There is more I r sin asusplclon that many an Indian r t post I Li > I v A unscrupulous white Jf ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 November 1906

1 t 4J 4 t t 1 < 1 y ni I TFLORIDA I As Seen by a Hoosier from Nebraska i Second Letter Letterx I fGenerall speaking the roil of Florid and throughout the gulf stolen as well A AI along the Atlantic coast from Now Teney down i ndor a Mndy loam 1tuch of this is ideal land for truck farm I ing and fruit crowing and is being largely utilized for these purpose None of it would be called rich land in Ohio yet there thereI sUcPr Pr ceuive year without fertilization and tet yield fair crops GrowingThe i The growing ot early vegetables for r northern markets is a business that is t 1 being rapidly developed and promise S soon to rival orange growing as a lead industryj4 j4 Vegetable growing is much safer and more profitable under irrigation and l for this there are abundant opportunities A gasoline engine and centrifugal pump thereil is an abundanre of water often requiring a lift of less than twenty feet to cover klrge I Fruit Growing I Strawberries arc one of the surest crops a grown h...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 November 1906

r4i 1 4 p OWINGSVILLE OUTLGOK I O3V3NGSV1LLE ICY r Tun OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows On year One Dollar yjx months Sixty Cents Thrdc months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any i body on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous t address when writing I Correspondents should always j pet their items to us not later i 1 than Monday if possible when tout of stationary mention it on a I < ECparatsKp of paper s i News matter of general inter I estis welcomed bring it to us i without delay n you wish it in 1 i sorted i A Advertisers wishing a chancre or uiEcontinuancc of ad should 4 inform us the week previous to r publication day Address all communications to 0 JouN W HONAKEU Owingsville f THURSDAY NOV S 100G S I 1 4 A siionTAGRof ballots for thcj primary was reported from varil Gus counties That is destructive 1 of party organization LOUISVILLE is irialdng a kick over the advance in price of coal and also over the 72tH bushel in ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 November 1906

I < r I 1 I r J bc t t a I t i iIr r r 1 < 1 < to I SI tVJ J W 0 > fl I i i vJ f I t oo > o pW i I 0 J f ry 1 i n f > = > ty i r 1 i > 4rT1jt qmingiiiiLe nllaok I < f V I it I u I 1 VOL XXVIII OWINGSVLLLEKENTUOKYTHURSDAYNOV 22 1906 NO tL tl1i fL I ILt H L Lane delivers ice I Watch for Byron Bros Xmas ad later fr i Look at the remnant counter at Brother Brothers join V I The rains the past week made a big tide in Licking river out Brother Brothers are head quarters for good shoes si Our cloaks are up date and dr will please you SLESSER I LE Picture frames and Mastic mix W ed paints at J M Brothers drug store was W L Douglas 250 300 and bou 350 shoes at Brother Broth ers 1 e A few heaters yet and more 11 coming See our line before buy L Ing E L A T RONlit 1 ling Buy Red Lion shoes They te wear like iron for men and boys w at SLESSERS Ar < If you want the Best what and is in a sewing machine see line C3 p at E L A T BYRONS to i Wm Manley of near Reynolds G...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 November 1906

4 I S t i S t 4 4 < t t 5 W 1 J mmmi OUTLOOK rI t OUTLOOK PUB CO Pubtthsi11 S OWDiQSVILLB KENTUCKY S 9 S j The Honor of the Uniform 3S I On several occasions soldiers and sailors of the United States have bonn excluded from public places for no S Pe other apparent reason than that they were in uniform In several cases the war department or the navy depart tnent has come to the support of tho Ioffended soldier or sailor In one Instance 5 stance a warrant officer could not gel a accommodations in a hotel Tfea sec retary of the navy took the matter up and the faotclkeeper was censured A S 5 more recent case is that of a sailor to t w whom was refused admittance to < I place of amusement solely on ac S count of being In the uniform of the United States navy He brought suit i ugalnst the proprietor Rear Admiral I Thomas encouraged the suit and the f president approved It in a published i letter The president said that he wished to make It plain that the uni form of the United State...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 November 1906

J b c rw I I Im I S I L I d pi pfo JOSHUA TAKES a fo i1if I COMMAND W s I A STORY OF THE CONQUESTd I OF CANAAN 2 w Br tha HI bway and B7wa7Pracbsrm m iill Sl t V4 CopjrKhi IN bj Ui author W 8 Lton cl rl h Scripture Authority Joshua it Chapter 1 nl f lo c I 1 SERMONETTEk 1As I was with Moses so I th will be with thee What an h j Inspiration for Joshua at the Sl L I 4 beginning of his active leader I le i ershlp of Gods people This h I i was Gods message to his heart CI In his new capacity he was S i comparatively untried and the fe jJ way bcfore him was unknown tI i To what did God direct his u S thoughts To the record of t f Gods faithfulness In his deal p Ings with his servant Moses of 1j > and swiftly as there passes be m fore the minds eye of Joshua ft 1 the long and glorious history s t of Moses walk with God and st 4 1hi victories through him to t 4 God adds this encouragement fn > So I will be with thee n T There Is always Inspiration od In studying the lives of men w It...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 November 1906

4 p 4cS t JII s e < j c i C 4J A f rf OWIGSVILLEWv 1 7 OWINGSVILLE I THE OUTLOOKS subscr n rates are as follows Otto year One IV ir 5 > ix months Sixty Cents S Threcmohths Thirtyfive O < No commissions allow ny fcody on subscriptions 1 Subscribers desir change a of address should gu previous t address when writing Correspondents should always pet their items to us not later than Monday if possible when ft ilthan stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper 1 News matter of general inter 1 est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in 1 serted Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should k inform us the week previous to 1pub1i day Address communications to > JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ry ¼ THURSDAY NOV 22 1906 f ROOSEVELT and the Culebra Cut having met they entertain I more respect for each herI j PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has I seen the justly celebrated Culebra Cut If he approves of it the Panama canal is safe theI HEARST officially certif...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 December 1906

PZ r 1f f d Sr a 7i y L 4 I T f l Fj I 4 S L < 1 i1 I tit I j I to i ifj J > < f 1 1 i d J f 0 > r < 1 r cr < > Cilty r Jfil c 4 1Cb r 1 I T cl 11 r ¼ tL r O A > iJ tif 1J i r T i t A f A I j Q fi d 10 1 Ar 1 Tbt minbjllt nI 0 O K i06 Id r > to ct K < 1 i > I j tr < frgr 1f i t Y I t t > yfj pr f r J tr I if o I 1 > Oi 1 yJy fOLXM OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY DEC 20 1906f o NO2 3 i JR y V REMOVED TuE OuTLooK = of i 1lice is now in the upstairs room t formerly occupied 5 t iOf the building if by D N Young at the corner of I I il Jefferson and Henry street 1 w ore and see us in our new hQme newII fI I HL Lane delivers ice Ritig and bracelets at J A J pto i J Choice line of cut glass at By j BYIrit TM I > others n I Bail Band rubbers are guaran ed ly Brother Brother S Old Crimp got himself in with I a1 rdfr Monday night I I J S33 new line of jardinieres at I BYRON BROS I J Salt Lick voted the tax for h i raded school by a large majoritl Tak...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 December 1906

0 T r Xv t F i 2 p j 1F I I J 1 r t s 4 k L If f S t t1 cif J 3 1 I 1 s r1 wrj I I = I J J I ILV r I t 1 t 3 < f I tftl > > fr i OK PUB C < eOOSV Success and Fallu iPeazy failed to reach thp North v 10t Pole but he got nearer to thiit elusive f proposition than any other of tho i 1 numerous explorers who hav i tried to t 4 fpenetrate to that arcUc region that l has been so long an undlscovereil counGi try > He was wtbln 191 miles of the pole a short distance from the point 7 desired If tho transportation in tho Ini the matter of speed over good rail roads lear beat the record of Capt Cagnt of the Italian Duke of Abruzzl TI I N be praised for his persistency and courage but nevertheless many arc razktng what particular good has beenPe accomplished by his efforts Even if he had reached tits regions where it squareS miles of unoccupied territory would this hare been of any benefit to hu 4 inanIty at large asks Boston Budget Would the country have been inhabl table and if...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 December 1906

I r < I > t r i 1 JfJ t iie iJr I < t JIiIde J k ff11l J 1 nr j IIIIl 0J ij 1 i 1 i I Y irw1z < f 2 p r 1Z < uZUH ACHAN AND HIS jIi WEDGE OF GOLD 1 A STOKY OF THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN 11B the Highway and Bywa r Preacher tO > rjrtchtUMbj tht tilk W L Edoll Scripture AuthorltyJoshua chap ter 7 goooooooooooooooooooooooooO ISEFMONETTE 9 > I O Make confession unto God X 8Make v SfThls Achan had to do This O tlevery soul must needs do 2 I i But confession at the judg P p o ment bar of God and confession 5 pat the mercy seat of God are v 5 as different as lifo is from Q 5 death 9 0 The confession which Is 5 bwrung from the unrepentant 9 O heart brings with It no claim 5 5 for mercy but the repentant y V O heart as it pours out its confes 6 ftsian ullt may claim the 0 O ppc If we confess our 5 6 sin M s faithful and just to 9 S frq k r sins and cleanse 6 i 6S 2k Y solemn thought that 5 things are to be revealed be 9 V ore GodLuke 1225 We shall 6 L v t 1 tand before the ju...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 December 1906

< Yo 0 AI J r < t i q > > I t 9 ti f < 1 1 + < d I i 3 i r < r VL < i J 1 4 p I l 4rIIG4iT oao Lrrc clm iLIil1 JC7T1 Iil1 W lti i1SdSft OT SVl L l 4Zm4lJJ cA S 4i IIr t 0 YII I r < ij1T v ra J sC I Oar V ffliI SI sir months IXCClt 4 < i1r3e J months Thirtyve Ccnts S v 1 S A 4 I o commisinns aowcd ay iaPLdt1y qi SCflbOflth Subsenher desiringit change 0 toft address hould giv previous udli ress yhan writingl CorresfnJnttc ClOUl1 1 l aYE d tjtheir items to us not later flc out of stationary mention it on a 4 s eaarate slip of pnper Hejys matter of genera inter S est Ic welcome bring it to us wtiigutdotyy if you wish it in irtkd dwSrtisers wishing a chanpo orTscqntiQuahce of nd should infovm us the week pr6vious to 4 publication day Address all communications to OHNlW HoNAXen Owingsville Eyk THURSDAY > DEC 20 190G 2 ii CONGRESS by r unanimous vote indicated to Present Roose voiajfsjdigaupioval of dehorned spelling and he revoked his order frits use in Ex...

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 January 1907

a Ii i 1J7 f 4 iy 4 II l t 1L Oo r t P r t r + i 1r < > > < 1 Ii I i f 1 J si h 4 fi l qtisat I l 3 jP bt II mingnille utroakt v l 1 4 h f P H H re St VOL XXVIII JDWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JAN 3 > 1907 i NO 25 i xREMQVED THE OUTLOOK of fiCOlS now in the upstairs > room I c I lof the bmldigg formerlybccupied byp N Young at the corner of S TWterson and Henry streets j t Core < J I 1 feeus m our new new1hsrne I d f BallBand rubbers are guaran teod r bj BlQtlier Brother aranI y t A hard freeze snow rain fog andmud characterized the weath j erfesult Christmas week I j L > The M R Sundayschool child t S ren > were entertained withs s Jack Horner party at Miss C May Daughertys home Friday j iftcrnw V I to 4iftcrnw iJ A7 t DENT The mails on J M the t u are so regularly be I bel l looked on as an accident when Is i they are oh time b J N0TIcEI will possitively enf r > vfqrce the city ordinance against I throw r T rbage on th6 streets Ion iJjooL but This mean...

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 January 1907

4 a t i i W W < 1 h d 1 1 AI 1 Jf W 7c rr j I c JVT iw I 1 < fr f J < 4ti 1 j I I d < tt 7 r I 1 i y f < T jit M r I A o iL OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK > OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I I Fashion In Women There are fashions not only In wom ens clothes but In women themselves J k A certain style of woman becomes the vogue Lydia Languish reads senI timental novels dissolves In tears at k moments notice and finds elope t mont a necessary spice for marriage A century later Lydlas clinging typo I goes outwlth legomutton sleeves II and the athletic girl takes the cen 1 I ter of the stage with her short skirt her long stride and her loud voice I Ae dominant note of the early twen tleth century woman Is her ability to be Interesting Be she plain or beau tlful blonde strawberry or bru nette she must be pleasant To listen well is not enough she must have a Quick wit and a clever tongue which should be kind as well The dull the quiet the simpering are out ot fashion ...

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