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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 January 1910

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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 January 1910

4 V I q I 4j II t j ViS f N I r S L N y S LL OUTlo Kf S ifif PUBLISHED WEEKLY I b S k < < S PYINGSVILLEI leT ca 1 PO J Entered according to Act ofI t Congress at the Owingsvillc I I I > r Postoflice as s econdc1a s I Imattr I I tS S 1r 5 5 5 riptionI THE OUTLOOKS subscription < r < Crates are as follows ltS q One year One Dolar cr Six months Sixty Cents d Three months Thirtyfive Cents 1I S No commissions allowed any tl1r Lwy on subscrlptibns 4S 4z s Subscribers i desiring a change I tkttjof address should give previous 4 address when writing e c I Corrcsnon lcnts should always riri pet their items to us not later 0 4 3f than Monday if possible when I out of stationery mention it on a II I sep stationery paper d I News matter of general inter lp 5t st is welcomed bring it to us S s wtholt delayf you wIsh Itm serted VAdvertisers wishing a change I Soil or discontinuance of ad should 1 01 inform iis the week previous to I aIt publication day S Address all communications ...

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 March 1910

I Ityr LI V V > f 4 t i rWr f t > F I r tj j t Cktlt a E i itT Jtj 4rf t j irT l t < ai i tJ t l t 1 I H 4 r fr t j f J r i f iutLooK c tf1 t J 1 flt mitiflI ie J It t ii oI rf + 4 I > J f y = V i e VOLXXXI i WINGSYLEl KENT J URSD YMAROHI7191 o No 61i w Get L P Brothers price on J I 1ktobacco cottonV Ladies hair net all colors at I k Mrs Es tills Bring your job work to THE OUTLOOK office iv GistfeL D Brothers price on to S toiac9ttPp5 1ie > iiSerti6n 5 bra5ds cheap V tMrs EitflI I Jlaveypui utifuH T Vj Vv you utifulI L Yx sat I rf S d i I a t carries a full I rnatings of all kinds at j QW4St nces I waistsr i i t g fffl broidery hamburgs etc at i jV MRS ESTILLSI 1 Bl P Rock eggs for sic at 25c for 16 MRS SAXijSHULTZ r Slate Valley 4 Lace curtains window shades poles and brackets at the lowest prices at Mrs Estills i Peering disc harrows binders rnowersJ Jy rakes and twine at ETL AT BYRONS rltQusekecpers outfits includi ing stoves washers ands wms machines J R BROThER r...

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 March 1910

I C J 1 Zi II IY I 14II A BIG WAlKOUT a i I2 THREATENED t WILL AFFECT ALL RAILROAD SYS I ANDt It PACIFIC COAST T 1 > ttt i S o s FIREMEN DEMAND ARBITRATION ot J I Railroad Manager Hopes for a Peace 11 1 I ful Adjustment of the Matter and p 4 Does Not Feel Slightest Apprehen 4 J 1 sion Over Difficulty l f it Chkago The threatened walkout of 25000 firemen on practically all the 4 railroad systems between Chicago and i the Pacific coast reached a critical i Iatage when W S Carter president s of the Brotherhood of Locomotive > l Firemen and Enginomen formally S lbzoUflcd the railroads that if the entire S controversy was not submitted to ar 1 > bUM 110n a strike would be inevitable Mr Cartera letter of notification J S F I JA was indorsed by tho brotherhoods committee whlcH < presents tho fire p 4 o men on about 47 ralirodis west north iI JI r f west and southwest of Chicago The h 1 r ktter was ecnt to W C Nixon general p I < 4ilV manager of the St Louis San co 4 r 4wrnnc...

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 March 1910

C t W VM Ii > ii lYieLITTLIV I ii f l tI7BRosTrI jLrE j atlILDA 1 F a D j i Jj MEREDITH NICI1OiL1 i > LlUJTRIlTIycJ YNAYWfJT > I COPYf1I O 4Y IU1S4l U 7 I 4 1 vJ oi CHAPTER I Well train hare a way of atari > > Ing Does the romance end here Two Gentlemen Say GoodBy Then just at the last moment she 4r P anything really In winked at me U cIe terestlng should hap 8lt was a cinder Ardy The use of thes should drop dead saddest facts of American transporta 0 satl ddestlfacts declared Ardmoro t Ion I need hardly remind you Mr Ias he stood talking Ardmoro that nice girls dont wink 4itstrange doneI S rrailway station at 101 would have you know professor I < I Atlanta I entered that this girl Is a lady clI Iupon this llfo un Dont be no Irritable and let me 4 tltier false pretenses summarize briefly on your ownS 4i I thinking that money hpothesls You stared at n strange 1 11 would make the game girl and she winked at you safe in 0 r 4 i1c easy but here I am the consciousness 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 March 1910

t kf I t I 0 S te I 1 tit 1 l < jI jI < 1 l 1 I po va 1t rr I t TUDUSlIEi VJEEK Y It b f l F t V Y1NG ILI Er 1 JY1 Ie 4S L i Entered according i to Act of hqongre at the OwiuytsvUle I t h tfl Y Postofllee as secynclclass j secQIdclass1rnhitcr j ii m tter 1 I I 1 q t o X a rj S TUG OUThOr1K3 subscription i V i rtt4nr as folIovI S t c > > vOne year One Dollar I S I > Six months ClJI ClJI I 4 S Three months Thirtyfive Cents i l J L < S > i I I i t l IphMNt c3m1so allowed any S tt > Jto3f j1lt tons I P Stibbib toshing a chi nTei S ki1 oifda ss jAtOidfl five previous 4 2 > address when vnitiriff I g v wy4 CorrcspondtnllJ should always > 4 4 1 k5get their iteins td us not later S than Monday if possible when 0 S v out of stationery mention it on a of ft IV separate slip of paper S EI V V News matter of general inter v est is welcomed j bring it to us V U3ji zwithout delay if you wish it in V h Ljv sorted 4 4 I Ad vertLSgrjjvishlng a change shouldS buiformus t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 April 1910

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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. — 28 April 1910

a OFMARKTwANTHEbsV iI GREAT AMERICAN HUMORlT 1 43 1 FIY4 Struggles and Adventures F io1a by Years of Successful Lit I arj fork Later Days Saddened 4 r Ip f J5 and financial Reverses oi Z 10 C < Ir < r Q OII i f t 1 < I I It I r v t fil 4 r it > I t rg Y1J 1 l 0 > t I t d t 11 I t 1 < r t > q > jS A + j < ttJA r It fII s 06 ot > or > s t S 0 jiIJ q 0ftl1 tj b t 4J S 1 1 q IIJt l it1iJt < A taii I t t f f t 4l i t eo n i i t J fit r r t t 1 I S rtf r tl l 4JAi t a t 4l Ta 1 rof a > I r to t I 4 1 i I It a t t 4 j JI i 410 11 I P r7 PrI I a i i I lor ii J t I h 4 h lQ i11 cr 1 I 4 I s t I t I p < otr er a ti S P vt fi 4 j 4 jol S > S S r t t 4 1 i 0 a a or 4a r J it t I t Lwf 0 4t 1 L4 b II J C t V rI 4 Trr f 1 a 1 1 S Xt S w zr4 L it S ttjId 1 tcA o zJf t 1 t 1 7v it r 1 rY I t to I jL J C J t io f 1tiI I tI f fJ JJo r i aSAi 9 it 1f SI 1a Is c I 1 bC rl4 > 11of I 5 Is4 4 T l111i i S SjI jI r 1 Jto rr J r SaPf 4 a t s O l S o 4 j J t t1 ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 April 1910

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Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 April 1910

0 R ij r c > < w 0 i k n sv S a rl 4 A S I t I OUTLOKl e w 4t d PUBLISHED WEEKLY I I > YINGSVILLE KY > t Entered according to Act of d s co ngress at the Owingsville i 1 7 4 Ky Postoffice as secondclass c matter o 3 THE OUTLOOKS subscription S 11iL rates are as follows 4 tit One year < One Dollar V7 > I Centso o Three months Thirtyfive Cents to L 1 rt No commissions allowed any Y body on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change r of address should give previous J I r 2address when writing Correspondents should always get their items to us not later S than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a 4 separate slip of paper J J News matter of general inter u t t y est is welcomed bring it to us J 400 with if vish it in t utdelay you I O serted sertedAdvertisers i Advertisers wishing a change m or discontinuance of ad should p X i informus the week previous to H publication day > Address all communications to f t I1 JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville t40 ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1910

r jljt Z I of iJ p l1 a v JS t f ItI J s tW o 7 + iff FH f r 2 f 1 J n t J tJ I > k to jjF1 Y tl 1 Xr < ii ltti t Ii ji j > c 1 4 > fiJA 1 J t l k j It h S fIit I C t1Jjt7 > jt7 < f 4i 5Wt 11 J J It t i be 1U I c Jl 1ll JiIt J I > fi 1 n 7 Ill I I o 4i < 17r fJ J 1 > I J yi t E mf VOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 12 19 J ON r i i i 4Bring your job work to THE I a g I T OUTLOOK office 1 A good rain Saturday was wel comed by the farmers J Discarded woolen underwear Si has to be resumed now r r The redhorse were on the Lick f ing river riffles last week Look at L D Brothers line of A ladies and gents oxfords wLa The streets look much better ti since they were cleaned up t f Misses and childrens oxfords t t at L D BROTHERS > rat t Iwant tobu y Your wool DAwsoNe e Cr r d11 P4t Corn meal for sale Apply t o + s 43tf ESTILL LC HOKAKER J I Ji ° ° Ladies shirt waists from 50c 4 cto + Estills + Those who had taken down 1 t their heating stoves wish now r...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1910

Qf 1 v = < f > 1 It v t I = v K I 1If 1 X r Tul fo + p t iI i 1 > P c r 1 > f < < fg < jf 1 4 1 y i1al n VII DEAD < f > y J ABE v 1 RULES t 6 1 t 4 1 0 It r < snlversally Lamented Monarch 4 LtJJ r < f > J Succumbs to Pneumonia > T 11 fJ 1 I Vli10LE NATION IN MOURNING 1 t 1 0 s iviSnarcha Death Occurred Before Sub r Ijects Had Realized That He Was > l Seriously III Sketch of t r f I His Long and Brll 4 < fIlant Career It t > i > iEdward VII king of tie United t 1 Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire t land and of all the British Dominions Q O 1O ibeyond the Seas emperor of India f r t r las his full royal title reads was born Hn Buckingham palace London on November 9 1841 and was the second f r child and first son of Queen Victoria + + tA tend the Prince Consort Albert lie t > 4 was christened Albert Edward and at + I L hii very birth was given an imposing list of titles He was at once created prince of Wales and by virtue of that 4 r...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1910

i What Are Our Intentions a 77ieLITTL r TTBROWN JU4 tIcIL1D1Aupw j MERED1TII t j 2 li ar AJM1wcL Cr V I i 4 jrYNOP8IS 1 ii 1f f r Thomas A bOnd millionaIre InS It the UnlwrsllY or VirginIa take traIns e Durot Atlanta Griswold to his colJeglJ Ardmore In pursuit ot a girl who hal wInked at him MIstakn for Gov Os 4 3 f borne ot South CarolInaJrIawohFe lIfo r SIi threllelled 110 roes 1 o5Columbift to warn the governor and meta Barbara St Osbornoa Ardmore 1earns that his vtnk r < lady II the dsulhtet ot GOT Dangcr S t ot North Carolina Hu follows her I 1 Iitlglt and on the WIly Isgtven8 1 C > jUgfltKiIdaIC In RaleIgh Mdbl at the JUI bears a message J Dangerfteld unlcssApple f 1 iIImln31 Isnl10wed to go t Jo allied wllb1erry D j J C the ntrn1rs of thalli ot the ROlrnor to I I y S ¼ ft 4 5 b t 4 t I 4 I > S V > > b a I o I S 4 a S I v 5 4 5 r S 4 f it i p I a r < 5 t i 4 4J t74rS < J c d 5jA o t 4 1 s 4 S q t SvIsz w 1 e Ij t o t i1 f r c > I i I o a It > jTJY lf...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1910

M 4t t 1 if i k in t t fj t i r i z < = r r l > I p < il L + J > > S 1 11 o p i1 JOI W 1 0 1 L r Y C t t t r I 1 i S I OUTL001 r Y t JIi ffi l t II t 4 > t rED WEEKLY v LLE IY I I 0 bJII 1 according to Act of 11 I hs at the Owingsville i f4 Postoflicc as secondclass S t Stcr 1 > 4 IrIIE OUTLOOKS subscription t tes are as follows 0 < > 1tcs Pir One Dollar S 10 0 > months Sixty Cents b I I v e monthsThirtyfive Cents I 1 I f1 i4 0 f1r Nobzrnisions allowed any p JDOlly on Inscriptions o Subscriber desiring a change of address shouKvgivc prevIOus S address when writings I I Correspondents shoulcNqlways 1 get their items to us not bier I sf than Monday if possible wheTs out of stationery mention iton a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in 4sorted 4S sertedAdvertisers Advertisers wishing a change t or discontinuance of ad should r It < inform us the week previous to publication da...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1910

6 P 4 fi t h 5 p h j 0 < ZeT J Iii 1 lit I < fL 1 ci 1 0 I vTP K lir t i j 1 1 J c 4 1ir 4 1 < > I I r > M f if 1 > i < f z r I I T 0 1 Jf I k t > t r > I bt tDItl 1Lte I utIaok4i I J f > i > it VOL XXXI = OWINGSVILLE = = KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 f NO50 j t Newest styles in boys suits at L D BROTIIEHS Look at L D7 Brothers line of ladies and gents oxfords 04 i For Sale Fresh cows and 4 4 IZf springers G A PEED 4850 j 1 I McCormick mowers 10 to 50 I 50tf J R 501 hY Corn meal for sale Apply to I 4 lf 43tf ESTILL tAKEn f of 1 Misses and childrens oxfords t ft at L1 D BROTHERS j 1 Mound City paints wear longest t tfr and look best T M PERRY Co jr 1 Born Thursday to Wm Wart 1 4 I ner and wife of town a wag > b 1 son Lewis Mills Ite UAlI the new shapes in Stetson p and Swan hats at t y L D BROTHERS I j Some spring lambs were ship > 1 1 ped last week Seven cents is tf the prevailing price 4 f Several rebuilt McCormick and ViV WWood mowers in goo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1910

I s p 1 I tt cw i v 1f J f 11 i 1J t r l nfTs CONGRESS I 1 I WAS A HUMMER L REMARKABLE RECORD MADE BY S tSESSION NOW DRAWJNG t TO A CLOSE rMANY PARTY PLEDGES FULFILLED I I I b In Many Respects It la Without a I r Parallel In Recent Congressional tf > History in Amount of Work Accom tfi pUshed v r p b J WashlngtonTruly remarkable is S C tho record of legislative achievements I f mado by congress during the session now drawing to a close In many re a spects it is without a parallel in re p 1 cent congressional history s t In a single session nearly all tho pledges mado by tho Republican party 4 In its last national platform havo been S i fulfilled including a revision of tho I tariff an extension of tho federal b power over railroads and tho prevent lug of the watering of stocks restric tion of tho power of federal courts in p granting writs of injunction the con z 4 4 eervatlon of natural resources and t i 1 ttho inauguration of comprehensive r system of Internal waterway Improve ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1910

I U u u i t TV st t t 11 Hope That YOU Have Not Given Tommy Any Commission In Which q V lI I Likely to Fall hi > v C c 4 ThiTq i P WAt I < f EROWNJIi t t i It fv tti l r > t KIL D i i B M6PCDITH N1CH e iPNWkJLJ7E4TIGfO fit RAYW4JTm CUCVp 7 > tr USYNOPSIS I > Thomas Ardmora ami Ifenry Maine S I Grliwald atutnble upon Intrigue when tho governors of North and South Carolina tire reported tohavo quarreled Grls wold allies himself with Barbara Os v borne daughter of the governor of South 4t Carolina whOm Ardmoro espouses the I 4 < I cause of Jerry pangerfleltl slaughter ot 1 the governor of North Carolina These t 1 two young IndJes arc trying to flit the 4 Bhoea of their fathers while the latterw I lv ir wlsains Both Htates arc fnatur Well o rDne Applewelght an outlaw wlth great political Influence Unaware 1t et each other position both Orl wold IHBavVrdaaoro Bt out to male the other L1 proeute Applewelght Valuable papers Mth ApplewPlght case are tnisalnr from jl erjepk...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1910

2 fb i t D < c 1 b II 1 t tvVlNG8VILLE OUTLOOK 4PUULISIIED WEEKLYI + OWINGSVILLE KYlv 1 I I I I Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville S Ky Postofiicc as secondclass > inatteryo THE OUTLOOKS subscription q rates are as follows 1 One year One Dollar 4 Six r mon th s Sixty Cents Three nonthsThirtyfive Cents fC fr c No commissions allowed any < f U body on subscriptions I 1 Subscribers desiring a change tof address should give previous oO N address when writing T Correspondents should always 1Corrc5p items to us not later jthan Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a I separate slip of paper > News matter of general inter test is welcomed bring it to us without serted delay if you wish it iiiD t t f f Advertisers wishing a chang r 1 i 1 or discontinuance of ad should 0tI > L publication day Address all communications to luPt t i WTHURSD < THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 A It Cy kANNOUNCEMENTS 7 4 v > to 1We are authorized to announce I Will...

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 June 1910

J 0 J 4 r M w I IifIIIl r jr < In < T f 0 i wi1f 1 1 1IICiI t JJ r 0 1 t minille ilaoL < J r S Ii 1VOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 30 1910 NO 6 1 J A Newest styles in boys suits at L D BROTHERS Ie Look at L D Brothers line ofI ladies and gents oxfords I f jrmick mowers 10 to 50 oi < 60tf J R BROTHER 1 Corn meal for sale Apply to 1 1 43tf ESTILL HONAKER I b Misses and childrens oxfords I V i at L D BROTHERS iat J l Mound City paints wear longest 1 1 and look best T M PERRY Co t I S A 25 suit for 1748 cash I PUNCH GRAVES 1 I S Mt Sterling Ky i ft 1 All the new shapes m Stetson I 5 and Swan hats att L D BROTHERS t v t 1 Great semiannual sacrifice sale i S at PUNCH GRAVES I Mt Sterling Ky I j The tobacco crop is practically ji transplanted and replanting is 1 goingonp I p P 20 suits cut to 1428i 1 PUNCH GRAVES i S Mt Sterling Ky c Atenpound son was born toi I Mr and Mrs George A Peed oI Wednesday June 22 1 All mens furnishings at cut L C b prices PUNCH GRAVES I i...

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 June 1910

4 I b ivc TAFT HSNT THE SWELLED HED iMADE CONGRESS SEE THINGS HIS c WAY WITHOUT RESORTING I JO THREATS 4 < iM < SENT MANY CONGRATULATIONS S j Remarkable Record of Legislator 1 j Jr 5 Which He Persuaded Congress ic wz iI Make a t the Session Just Closec j f Cause of Receipt of Felicitations 1 < r 1 Washington Althoufih Providence j < < < < < < bestowed upon William H Taft a < < < M rj head piece of goodly proportions run y I l j Ip keeping with his stature and an unusual amount of avoirdupois there was no sign of the swell head about Vr i the president though there seemed to m 1 i be ample justification for it Jt So many congratulations have boon tshowered upon him because of the reo WhichoJ oJ 4 oJJ f < he persuaded congress to make at theI > J1 a 1j session just closed that It reminded b j him of the felicitations he received lv lullOn his election in November 190S 4 1 1 tt Slie accomplished same without re c 4 ff f sorting to threats f S j...

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