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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 March 1909

i 7 P I r EiJr r J Al LIIIP w J < l < iJ I r I > Xr a l 1 t11 I I I ILLUSTRATED 1lYEI < = CYEOYNOEJOJV1 OW NtllrN a SYNOPSIS pS tnlght have happcnedopena in Wa3ha In tnn with tho Unlte < States and Japan on the verce of war Guy Hillier sec f a retary of the Urltlsh f mbaisy and Msila aj iNorma Roberts chle aide of Inventor Roberta are Introdutfa s love At the moat Inopportune moment Japan declarcib TheI I entire country Is in a state of turmoil boo cause of the Eovernrannlr Indtflertnceth i Guy Hllller to with atartB for EnxJand ae cret ncnage and Is compelled to leave a a > onna Roberts who with tnllltury oft yflcera also leaves Washington on mys S trtOua exVtdltlon fill an Ilolated point on U IfIe FiortC coast Hawaii Is captured bVa L neetII w fast approacMnc western coast or S America bicgo Japanese spy duicoverao secret preparations for war ftc foljows S autS carrying presidential cabinet He un d I srth source of imsat mystery and flecam I 1mUrmurln TM cods sav...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 March 1909

a a S 4 oIIIrc V 1 6 J a ti r > < = I I 6 OWitSVlL OUUOOK aaa I > 1tIIIISILEI WEKLYI 1 II 7 OWINGSVILLE KYjcl V i f a < Entered according to Act of I i Congress at the r ar a Owingsville 1 ia KyPostolHco as secondclass1 f matter a f Jff > 11 0 1 TIt OUTLOOKS subscription I V rates are us follows 4 One year One Dollar S Six months Sixty Centsra 4 7 a Three months Thirty fie Ccnthfa a a 1 I I bc No commissions allowed any j n anYI cbody > body a on subscriptions rr Subscribers desiring a change j p r 1 of address should give previous a Iaaclrcss when writing Correspondents should S I get their items to us not late j than Monday if possible when I J V out of stationery mention it on a f > separate slip of paper L News matter of general inter 4est is welcomed bring it to u S a without delay if you wish it in I aerted 4I < Advertisers wishing i change1 t or discontinuance of ad should 1 inform us the week previous to dayt t p 1 Address aUcommunications to a k JOHN...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 April 1909

j PI r i t h c L 1 < < i > t < 1 r t t i < 4 > t 1 iI V I 1 < j I t 1 i thinOill r t flhtoCI4 > f 1 t 4 x OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL I 1909 NO 38 j ii f Ir 11 SUBSCRIBERSJ It i If I fULs I li Anew postal rulI f I 4 t enforced AprilI I f b scrJ b ers who < i L VTJIE OUTLOOK I i > > V OUTLOOKI f < lt Continf coining to V c f them should watch d their address labels 4 7 and see that the date i is ahead of th date of I a the next issue of the f paper The y ir for I I which a paper is paid Ye for indicated thus y iSjio meaning that the subscription is I 7 paid to January 15 I 1910 I c s = I k Subscribe for THE OUTLOOKI rfis Bring your job o kto THE I 1 b J OuTLOpK office fHEI a 1 1 Twentyfour PHOTOS 25c at I fulia Elliotts paid for residence I a eggs c j eggsMRS ESTILL I v r Nice line of latest style wall i ic Y paper at T M Perry Cos I I 374tt Rr I I W The women were out in force 1 t Saturday to attend the millinery I 4 > 4 openings c tit ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 April 1909

I l1IJJfUF1CT RED lPPlIIRE3 f i VV > la It nature faking when a man > ii XJV learns natures secrets and beats her S i IJtfat her own game That la a question debatel l < here and It is not altogether mate t h 5i < rial either for the story we have to Ilcl4 ten Is Bot based upon conjecture hut 11 1 fact Sapphires real precIous stones j c j are1ow being made and can bo pro > daced to sell at a profit for 24 francs 6 ta carat or say about 475 More than t w pat the method is comparatively e t 1 sjoV I ter the exposure of the wonder I a vana mysterious methods of manu 4 turtag diamonds by a Frenchman I tjBew announcements of q oj f v jtabrlcatloB of precious stones are 0 g Ir 2 f wltb dJI restral t on J UUlal It remll p vcr that azfther French t 0 e a 0 70 r enSlaeer lI s itf ed th P nip ciiat Is a ia thatiwbat I 1 6r the manEfacJWre 0 of j + Y li the Quantity of iattf it4S clucethe result COB discoverer has not bee t ilBto his laboratory IB l Jil and show them the dt4 51SS...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 April 1909

f a TiL4 SYNOf I a a f s of W whatlit Vas1iS S PM 1 Inctna with tho United Sla nnd Japan 4 on tho ergo nfwar Our IUHlt > r sec J retary of the Ilrttlsti embassy il Mlas Srornia Roberts chief aldocnlor 1 vontorKolwrtn Japandiictarcs 1 Tho cnUrtf country Is In a st fur 4 fciolt because of the covcrnm LIt 4 wrencc OUT Illlllerstarts fa n < l Norma Robert with mil of I fleers also leaves Washington s 3 irtrrlotia expedition for tltb IIork t t JlawaU Is captun by the Jal8 Is are dosed S1ego Japanese S Pt V l eCrel prrpiratlons for war 1 lb lows I auto carrying prexldentlat cabinet lIt unearths source of prcat mystery anti r neea murmuring Tlio gods silva Nip pon Inoclns to Paclflc coast Sleno Is shot down Just as Journey to Ret awful news to Japan seems auccessful Japan announces Intention to attack waports Tokyo teams of mJsslnn Japanese llet 1 anl wholo world becomes convinced that A United States has some powerful war ti agency England decides to send a fleet r to American water...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 April 1909

lc t Ii 1 < L tt 111I 4 a OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK t I k PUBLISHED WEEKLY A OWINGSVILLE KY ai 1lUBLISIIED Entered according to Act of b Congress at the Owingsville Ky Postoffice as second lass tJ L matter TilE OUTLOOKS subscription rates arc as follows i One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any bqdy on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous I address when writing t Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when I out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter t 1 est is welcomed bring it to us s without delay if you wish it in i serted t Advertisers wishing a change S br discontinuance of ad should 7 I inform us the week previous tc p publicatioh day s Address all communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ky n THURSDAY APRIL 11909 THE State Board of Equaliza t tion is making big increases i n I the assessme...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 August 1909

1 tjji r t m < 711 J o JII < i t d if < P t r J < Ii1 i Lq 1 fII 4 I r r > ij 1I oJ = i I t 4 7 c ilif SJ tJ4iifi1I 4 1 v 1 < i 3 e j t j 5 I TWkI t I t t f > t < JJI 1 a 1 I 7 to Lr1T1iT1 bcL In I I j t m t f 7 T i A b t 1 C i c = = C C C = C = n = c = CO = = COO CC d C c cu 7C VOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY AUG 19 1909i < 4 L 4 A j i T SShrout will save you mon I ey on furniture cash or credit The annual G A R reunion j at Salt Lick will be held this veer August 26 27 and 28 I I For Sale Three Buroc Jerseyk boars ready for servlcct PEEDQ Q I j A > Wheat threshing is over TheI j YIC1d is light and in r 7 74 IVlli 1O U1IW 111111 ItJ hUJUl cases 1 i the quality not thabest Sd Estill Honaker have their i + Fmill in operation and will grind j corn every day until further no v tice Si Some of the early planting of II vi tobacco is being cut this weekS j and most of it is reported to be a S good yieldI I s Eilmund Wells sold Tom Razor ir v tWent six ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 August 1909

10 4 i 1 f t f hrrLLr a frS S II S If WILL DACK l I b r NEW FIGHT it t ERTY 1 t > > 7 J MATTEAWAN t i v It > i IU > Declares > Stanford I Y V i Murderer Is Stilt Insane V es Wifes Story FalseBe 1 Prisoner Whipped Girls k l iePlalns N < Y Backed by his l raigrent wealth Harry K Thaw 4 J q0 wasitaken back to the Matteawan l tsano asylum under tho decision ren 4 > II nered Thursday by Justice Mills will tbon begin another fight for his liber t f ju this time In the court of appeals rvJlIuBilco Mills in dismissing the a a P Tj5corpus declared tho release p t r 1o petitioner would be dangerous oJ t a 10 public peace and safety S vV ere is no crumb of comfort for r in the 7000word opinion hnnd I a P A 4 I Iiwn by Justice Mills All the U Vs i Mentions of his old adversary Dls I r yct Attorney Jerome are supported t a > Vd it Is declared that Thaw Is still of a t is ne stilt suering from persistent S I 1 i delusions and still as much a para S r d < 4 nolao as on 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. — 19 August 1909

w < t ri r < lT tr v i v rJ I a < < 11 I L > 1 4 I II 1 Jt t > iiMML D I k A1f 40 YUKO1 itj RIVER COC mAIYP W tw PFA J The old Familiarity breI 4 y contempt dot hold good i 1 Alask contrary It begets t for1 ch swells Into enthusl I jne fact after another is dls I a td and demonstrated In some S r va3Ntr other the country has a draw t1 > < f U leg and winning effect upon most per > zI isons who bave Uved there U only for f tl a short period Some are attracted t 2 by the beauty and magnificence of the 44 scenery and others find rest and ro t 4 4 L turaLng vgor in the mildness and even i ness of the climate some again at l tracted by the wonders of the veget 4 < able and animal kingdoms and others 4 the majority perhaps delve Into the t t f richness of the mineral treasuries 1 r V writes John G Brady exgovernor of i I v Alaska In Independent The adven 2 I turers Into British Columbia tho Yu 4 s Ikotr territory and Alaska are a hardy < aa buoyant stock i...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 August 1909

110 II S T J i > 0 < l a < 1111 < t 4JUTtOOK 1 < oI J tl EEKLYM > M A f Icy I w 4 t r T s i4 Y dingtOAct ofl lvingsvilleI b4 4 JLmgsvi11e condc1nssI S I i J I k J jboKs subscription 1 w tefollows j < < One Dollar 1 h nths l SIxty Cents 4I t ionthThirtyfive Cents c t I I 1 v f > < Commissions allowed any i I I xi foi subscriptions anrl 1 r f jibscribcrs during a change 1 > r t lt address should give previous V v f f Address when writing 1 f lf Correspondents should always dtj 1 IJi their items to us not later d V I > rlw5onday if possible when > M stationery mention it on a trateSli1Of1a1Rr 4 vinattcrof general mter l 1g OfltCd bring It to us a I JIIft4elnYlf you WIsh It in e1 It I 1ft Advertisers wishing a chansre I n 4r dicontInuahcc of ad should I < 1 zbrorin us tht week preVIOUS to h 4 1 Ii I tJblIcation day S L dr Afilc i1 u nications to I I 1 HN V HONAKER Owingsville A f i 1101 7 2 a Jt Yft t THURSDAY AUG 19 1909 iIo > J I I c I j I ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 January 1910

I 1 J > w If 1 r S 1 A c JS it5 Ii > I j + i 4 t jjiI e i ft l 7 tr < j 4 4 J t rlI < < t bf S < > i J > i I iq i rr r 1 4 I ru i < C I rt < k yet I I J t < t 4Ir1 x j i4 JLt r IIIIiIf r uu It 1 If r ffC 7 < f 4 L t tif t f I 1 Q i 4c t < d t t miflOflIlletIk ai J I t > t i < tlf 1d i j t tt C 1 I C 4 s I t 5T1OL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JAN 131910 Ii NO 27 I l or I w S ii E a 7 1 t p A cCo fI f a t a I a Co 3 i t 1rI b t iJ it I Y fI S i I I 1PII S 4 1 purur q < ta ct 4 1 a 4 e 1 llp 4y m a 4 > l b i r cl < t f 1 1 1 IL 9 lltIYf Ii l i 4t iJ r r JI r f ff t Z L bL U y 1 Ia C t 1 f J toi 1 I t II t r r J 1 i1gat 4 tf 1t t fI I to 4I1 1 f 1 I I r 1rJ r f > JO I ir A L I i r 1 1o 4t II v J 6 r r a 4 f 4t JIi l r iar 10 f I 11 I > Subscribe for TIlE OUTLOOK t > Bring your job work to THE r OUTLOOK office V S1 Born Jan 8 to E n Brother i andwife a daughter Estill Honaker will grind < corri every Tuesday Thursday...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 January 1910

4I J I t 1 2t t > A > SIDENT SENDS I f r > IS SPECIAL MESSAGE > Makes Recommendations as to Com t T merce Law and the Trusts 8Vl WOULD CONSTITUTE A SPECIAL COURT J Judges to Have Power to Act in Certain Specified sea Wisdom of Federal Incorporation of Indus I t J20r J trial Companies SuggestedScope 1 t of Present LawTot Wide i4 J it 4 1ji o I Washington Jan 1The following Ii v I President Tafta message to congress on W 4 0 vfI ii ithe subject of needed legislation re cardIng the Interstate commerce law and 4 ithe control of the trusts I 4 To the Senate and House of Represent mer aage a discussion of needed legislation hisC C i to regulate commerce between the states 1 L jland with foreign countries and said that p 4 1 would brine this subjectmatter to your attention later In the session According It lly Ibeg to submit to you certain recom p i Imef1datioDfl as to the amendments to the cona a jr I sideratlonsi arising out of the operations 4 r jIOf tbe antitrust law sugges...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 January 1910

d f I r < a o D 1 jVT ofOZ 4 by LFrnkBaum 1 0 L L J cQYq1v is l1Ir 8JI1EIIIIILL COlfPltrrt coYRCH1 nnAlrxJAIIf Ig 1jy law s s tvL ct3 t 4 t SYNOPSIS T Dorothy lived In Kansas with Aunt Em thoirp home Intq the air Dorothy falling asleep fDOrothy excitement A crash awakened fter The house had landed In a country I sf marvelous beauty Groups of queer IUttle people erected her to the Land of 4 l Munchklns The house had killed their S enemy the wicked witch of East Dor othy took the witchs silver shoes She S started for tho Emerald CItT to find the Wizard of Ox who she was promised znightflndawaytosendherbacktO t Kansas Dorothy released a scarecrow 2 Giving him lire He was desirous of ac S quIrIng brains and started with her to the wIzard to get them The scarecrow told hIs history They met a tin wood man who lonred for a heart Ho also 1 Joined them They came upon a terrible F lion The lion confessed he had no cour a age He decided to aecompan them to 0 e the Wizard of Oz to get some 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. — 13 January 1910

1 or 1Y S J 1 4 < > JIJ L OU1f OOK r V I u lC I J ILDWEEELY II 1 I KYl t i Cv t 1 I t jitcred according to Act of ofibress i VM Postoffico us secondclass v tterto tot THE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as lipfollows 1 Oneyear One Dollar ItSix months Sixty CentsM r Three months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any I bo fSubscribers 1 Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous address when writing Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when k r out of stationery mention it on a tseparate slip of paper 4x t t News matter of general intel est is welcomed bring it to us I without delay if you wish it in t 1 serted Advertisers wishing a change of or discontinuance of ad should t o previouss to f publication day Address aU communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville I Ky f > TII MP7iAN131910 It I I t > 4 t i + V a 4 the world will Teddy disI missal of his friend Pmchot for r i doing just what Teddy would ...

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 January 1910

i I I 4 J1 1r rvki f3 t t I 1 if iI > > 4 it J i > L t Jt I i 1 Vi II to i trf I r t If Ifa a < 1 V I I h < 7Ip s > e I 0 A r J i ltf r I > f I tI i 1f o j M 4 f 1t t m 111 i I y t tf tf > r I pJ rt cc f > VOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUpKY THURSDAY JAN 20 9IO NO28 > > < l I L 004 I t 1 Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK I Bring your job work to THEh OUTLOOK office his Estill Honaker will grindp 4 corn every Tuesday Thursday 5 and Saturday 22tf r E j JJameS Robinson and Miss No sp i raKincaid Were licensed to mar a fr 4 4 try since last report wry T An infant child of Henry Green co of Kendall Spring neighborhood da was buried Sunday For low prices on the latest ton Ilr styles of uptchdate clothing see si ML Jones at Harpers school house day 1 S ExCounty Attorney Clarence L I Thomas and Charlie Nesbitt have I formed a partnership for the prac Li 1 tice of law in Mt Sterling la l Although the building is not yet completed T S Shrout bas cb t opened up his 1ew li...

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 January 1910

T < u < tS lh I gIL5 r S Y S I 2 S v q 2p t I I p 11 5 URGES CONSERVATION OF THE NATIONS RESOURCES b 1 S President Taft Sends Special Message to Con S gress Recommending Prevention of Land Frauds Control of Water Power Fos b f Tjering of Soils and Kindred Subjects r Washington Jan 14 Following Is S the complete text ot the special rues naU 4 5 E 1 tjohs resources sent to the senate 1 iand house of representatives by Pres a i ident Taft today v t To the Senate and Hou of Representa f lives 1 In my annual message I reserved the t dsubject ot the conservation ot our na 5 r 0 tlonal resources for disposition In a spe cial messace as follows In several depa lments there Is pre S ntt the necessity for lecl latlon look S I p Inar to the further conservation pf our a national resources and the uubject II one f I 4u ot such Importance as to require a more I detailed and extended discussion than T can be entered upon In this communica 4 S lion For that reason I shall take an V 1L early ...

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 January 1910

i b S J If i 4 r < sI t11 tI Ii I t tI 1 f T ViO byj Fr flkBZtjm k VPrQnT dy ThC lJlJUJJn A IlL conMNY z ccrRN7 I1flAllk AlIlIW1fN103LOW k t 4 5 u U I J I SYNOPSIS > 0 4 11 0 iJorothy lived In Kansas with Aunt Em p 4 and Uncle Henry A cyclono lifted their r home tnto tho air Dorothy falling asleep awakeneda awakenedher a countryI I quurs c little people greeed her to the Land of f t l J4uDchklnll The house had killed their enemy the wicked witch of East Dor V othy took the witchs silver shoes Bb C i started for the Emerald City to nnd the C j ItVIzard otOwbo she was promised top scarecrowJ J giving hIm life He was desirous of ao I b I oulrlnc brains and atarted with ber to 4 the wizard to gel them The scarecrow 4 1 told his history They met a tin wood I man who longed for a heart e also a I terribleC C I Uon The lion confessed he had no cour pJ i eHa decided to accompany them to P 4 Ith6 Wizard of Oz to eet some The icare crow In pushing the raft became 1m t j paled upon his p...

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 January 1910

> > 1 A rtft It t d e 1r c01t A4m > 1 fii m OWrnligVILLE OUTLO1 I PUBLISHED WEEKLY t P I < TiWltfGSVILLE KYc t < sV L it KGQrigress at the Owingsi11eR I Ky P stoffice as econdc1af f matter THE OUTLOOKS subscription iItrates are as follows i One One Dollar 5 jQne year 9C t rti r A iX months Cents IX SixtyCents S t V3IA lUUllbllA uiwv jr ww4 i > Three months Thirtyfive Cents 4 I I fIt No commissions allowed any F body on subscriptions anyh l S Subscribers desiring a change k41 of address should give previous e i i address when writing T > Correspondents should s rI 4Jthan Monday if possible when 11fj out of stationery mention it on a 0 separate slip of paper C Hews matter of general inter r est is welcomed bring it to us J 4 d vjthout delay if you wish it in a xrt e A 1r 4 t J Advertisers wishing a change > or discontinuance of ad should t r inform us the week previous to 9 publication day 4 Address all communications to t JOHN W HdNAKER Owingsville Ky t c THUR...

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 January 1910

4p o 7 1 1 t 1 4 1 t A p S I 9O oo w 0t 4a 11to Yt I 4 1p c S 4 4 y o pI 4 4 p 4 t 4 y 4 P 00V4 1 r 9O > i 4 joo qi 1 oo 7bst 1 j I Ii ti a J t b r 4a 4 sit 8 IJ a I4p 4p C JI r oo f 1 fOG fOl G Is it I J N ItJ fi I t p4 I I1 r 4 iq i ril f J n 11 i I Ijri b 1 t 3J o a i S I w L i > r mw 2 > O < p J4 > 1 r JiIi J M r rv I 1 T I I f I 1 p f 1 i iI u j it j J < J < t < iJi f iY < ViY i I 4 f f j it > < 4 e < I k rjr p p 1 A f < J < I Ii 7 d < 7 1 j J Me Jf I I F i j C l it r T t 4 a 11 tEWl 1 h r 11 r1i I J A J y r 1 1 o h tE i I 1 JH tri c t Ir 11 r > > r r l l c p V f 4 ooA t I i c c > S I i = = = = = = = = fe l OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JAN 27 1910 NO29 a L I i UOoo11J > tI I J1i911 OwillgsyjJe fc 1QC I it Iv ro1d 10701 I i Bring your job worbto THE OUTLOOK office I W S Gudgell delivered last pweek a crop pf tobacco at IGca pound FOR SALE My farm of about i 172 acres on Salt Well Branch I 294t FELIX STEELE Estill Honaker ...

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 January 1910

> > A h I I P > I t I ± j ATERViLY L Bill t TO BE REPORTED I i J 0 congress However Likely to Be b Slow to Sanction Certain f ft Specific Projects t S F 1r f RIVALRY AMONG PROMOTERS V l j Civil Service Commission Tired of b r lMoving Makes Plea for Permanent < QuartersArmy Affairs In S Good Shape t Washington It is probable that the riven and harbors committee of S f congress wltf report a bill at this appropriar j J tlon of a good many millions of dol lars for the improvement of the water ways of the country It is yet a mat fI ter of great doubt howoTer if the to sanction of the committee will be 4 pIpuI > Klyen to certain specific projects In I avorbf been coun I favor of which there has Stry wldo agitation It may be per t 0 v hap it is safer to say probably will be I the opinion of the committee that the h Ie d recommendation for an appropriation w a 1 jlv to begin the digging of a deep water V r 7 way from the lakes to the gulf or 1 > > from Cape Cod to the ...

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