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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 June 1910

c t t A S S S i 1t q < toto is S F o f 1 t J J i T TheIJT1LBRONIUG t o A 1 t BRONIUG ftL j TIIIIW tJ it acnaDitw Sj rf Bv MERED1fI NICIIOISON 1 1 w 4 gctns ar ZAJWiL C19 Y j 14t o t 1ii SYNOPSIS I I 1 IlhmM Ardmore and Henry Maine 1 I p Oriswold tumble upon Intrigue when the pgovernore of North and South Carolina o 4 I are reported to have quarreled arts I 4 wold allies himself with Barbara Os I borne daughter of the governor ot South C J Carolina while Ardmore espouses the I cause of Jerry Dangerfleld daughter of the governor of North Carolina These S two young Indies are trying to fill the I I d shoes of their fathers while the latter are missing Both states are In a tur a moll over one Applewelght an outlaw APpleWflght f I with great political Influence Unaware S l ot each others position both Qrtswold WSt and Ardmore set out to make the other 01 papersJ J t 7 WA In tho Applewelght case are miMing from a 4 the office of Gov Osborne and Grtswold s 4 4riti places the theft at 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. — 30 June 1910

L i I J Y Tk1NGSV1LLE OUTLOOK a t PUBLISHED WEEKLY day WEEKLYbo l OWIN8SVILLE KYII I r Entered according to Act of L a J Congress at the Owingsville b c tii Ky PostolHce as secondclass t matterg t t t r THE OUTLOOKS subscription of rates are as followsg g 8One Six months Sixty Cents Three mont h Thirtyfive Cents s a t No commissions all wed any r 4 l fj body on subscriptions at i tSubscribers desiring a change t of address should give previous s 1t address when V t writing d Correspondents should always f Ii get their items to us not later than Monday if possible whenL out of stationery mention it on a L I8eparate slip of paper onl f News matter of general inter c est is welcomed bring it to us r fcwithout delay if you wish it in serted 4 Th Advertisers wishing a change e J Jror discontinuance of ad should o t inform us the week previous to e j I publication day T Address all communications to w s JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville t 1f Ky t s f y v > i r f f fT URSDAY JUNE 30 1910 L h 1...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 July 1910

v i r h < C c a I r r J V i 5 IllS It rJj r t c it of r i J IWr + F J 7 i 1 J 1 q H r 1 < < > r I ft Pt s C A j t 4 lht 1 11 I h V j > S l t i 1 Y Sc K 0 S > v 4J1j 1 > it 2t l IV Co o y > > I ft ww > f C o vv I L t 1i f II 1 PJ 0 I J I 1 f < J t I K J I Ifco i < 1 t 4 i > > 1 4 < I t II I 4rI 1ct iI f 1 l t > Wo < 1 t l O i t > At rnIIIQnILL nttook J V J j J r s 1 < t of t y t l 0 t II O O t j 1 j t1 i a = 3 11 = = Xl OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 71910 NO 62 f 1 X3 r r V p v V y It Subscribe for TilE OUTLOOK t 4 l The heat last weak was fierce I 4 V Sunday and Monday were show S cry c The rains are bad for the wheat V harvest 0 The Fourth was almost as quiet V ol V ens Sunday here V n 4 p Corn for sate Apply to John V r V Hbnaker tf 4J I V McCormick mowers 10 to 50 u SOtf JLJ3ROTHER = r9 Tr CprnrheaTfdr sale Apply to ESTILLHoNAKERt t < i i = f Mound City paints wear longest c c r arid look best T M PERRY Co to V w ii...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 July 1910

1 4 S I t1 I 1it 1 j ONFER IN PRIVATE I 1WIOOSEVLT AND TAFT HAVE 4LONG TALK AT LATTER8D SUMMER HOME S A ARE SEPARATED 16 MONTHS f Netting Between Present and Former 1 Executives Characterized by OldO Time Cordiality Subject of Their jII W Discussion Remalna a SecrolE Beverly MazsA smile spread over the face of President Taft Thursday 1 afternoon as he hurriedly left his worka d in the library ot tho Burgess Point 1b4 cottage and rushed to the veranda S t when tho Lodgo limousine drovo up 4 jthe honk honk of which was an p jounclng the arrival of former Presi Sb1 dent Roosevelt a ry I They met just outside the door and i simultaneously Taft clapped a hand on I itho Roosevelt shoulder as Roosevelt s clzed the presidents hand la a strong strongfcrtw IMr President exclaimed the oae 14d S und Theodore cried the other I 1 v By George continued Roosevelt thls Is line I am mighty glad to see jyou Mr President 1 l Thus after a separation of sixteen agaInS S r i r J at the Taft cottage here 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. — 7 July 1910

i to c h The Guide Pushed His Mule Forward at a Fast Walk f t io 1IG1 lC JrTU U4nII1r 1 fA J1IG1 e i s YNOP SIS Ji J i Thoma ArdmGre IInd nl Maino JGrlswold stumblellPGn Intrilfl when tho 11 lrQvernors ot NGrth and Soutb CAIOUna 4 oC ari reported taMo quarrelPd GrlsWGld shlrnPtlC with arlmra Osborne c f J 27 aughur O t the governGr of So ut I CQ ro tin hlleArdmore pouln tbe ClIl1le 1IJrry UAncerftld dauehterof the pvemOf t Narth CaroUnlLThese two f > to 9tlRC lad1esare trylnlt tn nil tho aho s j lot ft1Jerswhlle the latteraremIU 8 B tl1itat aal1 In aturmGllover I one AJllllewetcht an outlaw iwlth grfat lI llnftuenceUnaware ftacboth tr 1fUGnbothGrlsGll1and ArdmGe t t tuJnake t1Jtother rosecute A 0 WtItrbtArdmore rpnIEIII a big hunt rIflrekalaotakesthneldFrank Col 1 r > JlI1II Atlaata reportfr laarrested byrd Jq tlutrel t btCOmeprrsaagent f i r Hie 7au rell lexP t1Gn H CH PT R XIIContinued o = 11 oJ i z Jt fp01Jl a guest Of p r r1lt190khigrC1alad1 t1L ie Q 1Bl1 kel storrCoI f 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. — 7 July 1910

kl f i 1 3 T tW 0 i Ar = > li OWIHGSVItEE OUTLOOK Ps f > PUBLISHED WEEKLYda OWINGSVILLE KY r < YI I r4Entered according to Act of 1 iCongres at the Ovvingsville 1 f Ky Postoflice as secondclass I J matter neI 1 1i TUB OUTLOOKS subscription t i > > rates are as Tollowsge ic One year One Dollarw 4 V ii CentsThree 1 tiThree onthsTll1rtYfive Cents m iti q j No commissions allowed any I body on subscriptions t It Subscribers desiring a change U t of address should give previous e address when writingth 4 Correspondents should always S get their items to u not later lateiI c than Monday if possible when I out of stationery mention it on a d separate slip of paper I News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us c U without delay if you wish it in 3 ertedw 01 I Advertisers wishing a change r Lkor discontinuance of ad should U inform jus the week previous tcT 1 publication day Z Address all communications to V I JOHN W HONAKER Owingsvillc i J t LKy r 47 h 0 t 4TH...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 July 1910

r k F > f < H c s < i 4 h 10 L I fv > > q O i p q y 1 l4j r Je L x t c 1 2 < t I ingill t uttookr 1 > Jl t oS Ii t = = 1 rVOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY = JULY 14 1910 NJ l w C I L Subscribe for TilE OUTLOOK j Plenty of races at the Mt I C Sterling fair Bring your job work to THE OUTLOOK office See big adof 1C Sterling Stcr1inJ I Corn for sale Apply to John W Honaker tf Of course you are going to thei Mt Sterling fair Showers Tuesday helped to I keep up the rain record S Corif meal for sale Apply I to 43tf ESTILL HONAKER I Mound City paints wear longest and look best TM PERRY Co I Some of our young people at I tended the dance at Ben Wrights Tuesday night 4 rll r d v Rev Elmer Sherwood will holdS 4 anallday meeting at Knob Lick 1 Camp ground Sunday July 17 3P Miss May Daugherty and Mrs b Lula Herron entertained the La dies Aid Society from 3 to 6 oclock pmTuesclayJuly 12 p > i4DR GEORGETOWN F IRThe t crtesy of the Scott County Fair Co is acknowledged...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 July 1910

iL I f r S t J I FIGHTING MADI nVERTHE RIOT t > WILL REMOVE MAYOR ATHERTON 1 AT ONCE AND SHERIFF S < LATER o S 1AT S GOVERNOR JOURNEYS TO TOWN 5 1Clty Has Been Run By the Law Break 5 I rEvldence Incredible of Belief Before Executive Officers Shadow S 5 S ed Right In the Capitol jBefore f Columbus OMayor Herbert Ath 0 rton of Newark will be suspended 1 Ierton his office by Gov Judson Har 1 t omon and Vice Mayor John M Ankele lg wlll rule in his stead In that city of t A t r riot and bloodshed This is as certain J S i f S M anything can be within human i 1 probability suss 4 S s < pension ot Sheriff William Linke un > i der the recently enacted Eubanks law J S LImed at the extirpation of lynching I Atkerton will be reached under the eetion of the municipal code of 1902 4 L > the lirwSyhlch former Attorney Gen eral WadeH Ellis ruled was inopera V i t tire Insofar as the bearings of ao cused mayors were concerned t Gov Harmon hastened to Newark > M5 directly after his ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 July 1910

jo I k irz > Ji y a t < i ti o 1 a j II > < i 117wIiflL1r t r 0 I t 1 ROWN Ifl t OW r I a tKIL D t imBj MiRIDITII NICI1iN a TRA77oru YRAYW4L1 a iFN f 77tf 1tvJ uEAR1L cw a e q 1 I SYNOPSIS a a ll ThomaS Afilmore und Henry Maine 4 1 tI c rlllold Btumblo upon Intrigue when the ia Vsrnors ot North and South Carolina Orhiwohita V a 1 i lleii Mtatfelf with Barbara Osborne Carot f cauoet 4i t I thofevernor S iF 4brernor of North Carolina Those two I 5iounx ladles are trln to nit the KhoNI a 4 ot tbehtatber while the latter ore miss a Inc Both states are In a turmoil over greata otha ArtimoreS S of 4 p t let jut to make the other prosecute Ap h ¼ 4 Plwlcht Ardmore organizes a big hunt < 1 tttlRwnld also take the field Frank Col 4 Una Atlanta reporter U arrested by Ard a 4 more but released to become press agent expeditionii iia a urUwolds men capture Bill Applewelght p < r 4a i J f CHAPTER XIIIContlnued I 4 0 4 i I 1 Now well see whats happened said Habersham It looks alm...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 July 1910

q t 4 b t S II r I > C > f Pi tls b ig > S i t f IT i T Of 1N11LLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY b > OWINGSVILLE KY q e Entered according to Act of S Congress at the Owingsville Ky Postoffice as secondclass t 2atterh a 1 THE OUTLOOKS subscription I rates are as follows > 1 One year One Dollar S S 1 Six months Sixty Cents 1Three months Thirtyfive Cents l 4 4 S r 1NOcommissions allowed any I b oyon subscriptions t Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous J > raddress when writing dl J It Correspondents shuld always fret their Item tQ not later than Monday if possible when V t out of stationary mention it on a 1 separat > Mm of paper t Nciiter of general inter lI t t est is keliorned bring It to us svithout layjf you wish it in sertcd dj J Advertisers wishing a change 4 I or discontinuance of ad hould I S t Inform us the week previous to to t publication day Itu r e Address all communications to S 1 JOHN W HONAKEU Owingsville 0 t ir5Ky 1t r 5r It If...

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 July 1910

a S a C I Jo t 11fi 4 r i f I 1t t1r > a < ii > r1 V t l p = t 9 t r7 A ltr 0 W r Ar7 I t tJ s 1 < I 1r 7 r P 1 < > I Li l f N t > i dP 2 > < t r v 1 i i t i > f + tt 1 l I miJI utIopk 1 i i A t i igaA 1 VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTJJOKY THURSDAY JULY 28 1910 NO3 1 t F Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK Quarterly Court was in session i Monday f r f t Campmeeting at Knob Lick a will begin July SO I o i Corn meal for sale Apply tov 43tf ESTILL HONAKER a 4 Mound City paints wear longest 4 I 1ran look ST M YCot Ja d 4 y clothing atL D Brothers cash d store 3tf a i tor lc ill have a 4r i big picnic in NA Shrout grove v t t August 13 O 1 1 andciildrensL L 4 < dippers at reduced prices atJi a IIt j D Brothers cash storeS r We offer for sale all vash I t 1Jf and dresses that we have on han is 1L 4 ca t tl San cost price 1 GOODPASTER CO vI NOTICK Everybody is warn c warnM I ean t to hire or employ my son M a yt Wvley Without my consent as 1 he is under 21 years of age t...

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 July 1910

T Vb 1 V i irr 3W GS i J BURIED IN DEBRIS I V CONFLAGRATION ENTAILED A 9 e iLOSS OF A QUARTER r h 1 MILLION I yfftt I Yt j i < jlJATURALGAS CAUSED EXPLOSION r 7 4 f Members of Fire Company No 13 4 j 4 > Caught byFalllngWall That Buckledb 1 t i From Force of the Subsequent Con j cusslone ino 4 Ii ii the western part of the city followed I t t by a second detonation which was thi a 0111lagratlon In the plants ot the 1 Wtrf f < 7 nero Polo and Top company Centuryth of t > Printing company und tho Cincinnati 1 t lithographing company located in I I three separate building on tho west < sido of Central avenue just Eouth at Findlay street FIre Company No 13 was the first command on tho scene of tho b1azo and dye minutes later all but two of I its members wore burled In the rulnb of the north wall which buckled un 1 5der the strain ot the two explosions Natural gas is believed to lrnvcG r a I caused tho explosion that precipitated the conflagration which may result la t a lo...

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 July 1910

CC tJlf 1 ti i TheIJTTII 4 BRoWisrJUi 1 atLDMi BjMERED1Tll NICUE3I L r4TRfcftTIs r J4FfM4L C Y 7 J SYNOPSIS Thomas Ardmoro and Henry Maine 1 GrUwold stumble upon Intrigue when thoI CaroIIria a v are reported to have quarreled OrhJvold I I allle Wmsclf with Barbara Osborne I I daughter of tho governor of South Corn linn while Ardmoro espouses tho cause I of Jerry Dangerneld daughter ot the 1 snvernor of North Carolina These two d young Indies aro trying to fill the shoes I k of their fathers while the latter are miss Ing Both states Are In a turmoil over onE Applewclght an outlaw with great I political influence Unaware of each oUt o rs position both Grlswold and Ardmoro t j > ietbit to make the other prosecute Ap p lteIJfht Ardmore organizes a big hun 1 GrIohl also takes tM teM Frank Cot I t llns Atlanta reporter Is arrested by Ard 1lteIJfht released to become press agent 0 for the young millionaires expedition q J OrliwoMs men capture Bill Applewelght Q Jerry Dnnlterfleld dlscoe...

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 July 1910

oc s f V O i b > J 835 f vj ft i h2 Ji i rJL 4 JI v o JWINliSVILLE OUTLOOK 11 PUBLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KYj I C t S I t 1 Entered according to Act of > > Congress at the Owingsvillcpas i Ky Postoflice as secondclass t matter J i 1 TilE OUTLOOKS subscription s t V rates arc as follows i 4 I One year One Dollar f Six months Sixty Cents I Three months Thirtyfive Cents f MY daT 1 No commissions allowed any t i bo yon subscriptions t Subscribers desiring a change I j < of address should give previous t address when writing < byp get their items to us not later f C than Monday if possible when < out of stationery mention it on a oi separate slip of paper i t < News matter of general inter 4 est is welcomed bring it to uM Iwithout delay if you wish it in Y Sorted j SortedAdvertisers > Advertisers wishing a change discontinuance of ad should a Inform us the week previous to b publication day 4 E Address all communications tve Joint W HONAKEB Owingsville II i Ky q ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 August 1910

S dF I 1 A t > fJ I l iI fttt T > Jr j 41 ItPi l I Tfcj Tv 1 J i t l i1 j 1 h r 7 f ai J i c 1 r 1 t iF f a 1 I i 1 r t f rr f F = J r 1 ft V r itf r I p 4 i ° > ti w1 + w f r 0 N r f l 7i w f jz t < J t > ti a j 1 > jlfI i f < i l t1r L 4 f r i 111 InI i fi J f + 1f ir + VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1910 NO4 Subscribe for Tins OUTLOOK i bet August i County Court day Corn meal for sale Apply to 1 43tf ESTILL HONAKER J Mound City paints tear longest and look best TMPERRYCO Cut prices on mens and boys clothing at L D Brothers cash store 3tf I z tt Charley Felty and Mary Grif 1 wr fey of Salt Lick were licensed ttowed F < yw < Born to Jas Jackson and wife Montgomeryh h Y county a son it hlA baby boy was born to Mrs i l7 Effie May Myers Birmingham Ala recently Ayr j Mens womens and children slippers at reduced prices at L 1 Brothers cash store A girl baby was born to Mr 01and Mrs Wm Crockett of the eastern suburb last week r T9 1 Arthur McK...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 August 1910

> w 0i fo r i i t i i < f f i L if > < t Ios 1f > < V < o r WENDLING CAUGHT I t i IN SAN fR1NClsen 49 HIS FORMER FIANCEE UNCON 5r > SCIOUSLY ASSISTED THE OF 4 iFICERS IN HIS ARREST S 1 v DRAGGED FROM BENEATH SINK > i q Protect His Innocence But the Police S i t Claim They Have Enough EvIJencn S to Convict Him Arrested In Lodg 1 < ing House 4t 1 S 4 5 San Francisco Dragged from be 5 1 I eath a Blnk In the washroom of a S fhlrd atreet lodging bouse In this ss T 1 city where ha had been hiding for r Ls 14 hours Joseph A Wendling accuse d S rN of tho murder of Alma Kollncr In S Louisville Ky was arrested by De d 2 tectives Burke and Ryan of the local I police department a 3 Wcndllng admitted his Identity bt it S protested his Innocence of the crime a 1 I I S A few hours after tho arrest Cap 2 bin of Detectives Carney of Louis I S ville arrived to learn that his 11000 Bile search for Wendling had been crowned with success SIn his relentless pursuit of the s ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 August 1910

I f ir IIIIt 0 S I c JiJ < I I t r 0 l I 0 I r Ii r i ii v 1i Do YOU Suppose They Really Havo Applewelght t Ai rt T i f It > PiJ < ThdITTW Yt t ffOt Jw I i < fr dtKLLDAff DyREDITI1 S P X ° 2LL5TR4TIJiLYRAVWILLT6f I rsTj Er AAIM1L n S = ti 1B q 1Bt SYNOPSIS l 1 Thomas Ardmore and Henry Maine a tw Sninrold tumble upon Intrlrue when the w COVernon of North and South Carolina aN reported to have xjuarreled Both V q f tattles are let a turmoil over one Apple l J weight aa outlaw with political Influence I Ortawota allies himself with Barbara Os borne l htw or the Kavernor ot South I csretns kAtdnlOre espouseS thff 4 4 cau a of Jenr lHBerfl lcL daughter of f o the tiiroverBor of North Carolina These b C two ibdlee ar trtngtO fill the shoes of their fathers While the latter are mISS r IL uaware of ch oUters posItIon 4JItt tlleUl firfrwold and Ardmore set out to I iiesk4 tke > othcr prosecute Ardmor or C Ja Wr hunt Orliwolda men cap turAIewe4ht 3errV flanerfletd dl esvees lee...

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

b > < Yf r ro J Jf < P f h J I 1L 111 U r 4i7 OWlflGSVILCE OUTLOOK I I I f 4 PtJHIISItEDfo t II f fUVlNGSVILLE > KYif If saL j4CoigrBs at the OwingsviI1eco Q i cokQ I w agmatter THE OUTLOOKS subscription I rates are as follows One year One Dollar Six months Sixty CentsY Three months Thirtyfive Cents J i No commissions allowed any T body on subscriptionsin i Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous f address when writing i Correspondents shoifld always get their items to us not later r i than Monday if possible when t out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper t News matter of general inter < i est is welcomed bring it to us S without delay if you wish it In S serted sertedAdvertisers = b ii Advertisers wishing a change Ior discontinuance of ad should r inform us the week previous to S publication dayc h Address all communications to r JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville 1 i Ky 4k ff u f THURSDAY AUG 4 1910 p ANNOUNCEMENTS h We are authorized ...

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 August 1910

I < ro 1 I Jin a S < 7 i I o or I i > I c8 i f 71 1 O I 1 I < i ¼ jX r t I 4 4 c 0 I t J m In ° tik 0 < > r < j > t I zI VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 111910 NO 5 2t I > Bring your job work to TilE OUTLOOK office The Ewing fair will be held i August 18 19 and 20 Mound City paints wear longest and look best T M PERRY Co t Cut prices on mens and boys S Inclothing at L D Brothers cash I d store 3tf 4 Elder J E Wilhoit will preach 1iUi at Harpers schoolhouse next l ISunday night V The Bath County Bible Schools Salta l Lick next Saturday I Mens womens and childrens kslippers at reduced prices at L 1 e D Brothers cash store WF Fultz editor of thec i Mountaineer has been appointed J Ti Police Judge of Morehead The drouth though of compar 1 atively short duration is dam c I aging the corn and tobacco gi ° at i 11 ly LaterA good rain fell here Tuesday night J S 1 Charley Snedegar sold his crop t yOof tobacco raised this year on 1 i Seth Botts town ...

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 August 1910

4 K Izui J Jr x f Ili TAFT IS INDORSED S t t r IOWA REPUBLICANS HAVE WARM llf TIME IN STATE CON f i i VENTION ti S i SUPREME JUDGES ARE NAMED I I gli Mslon Is Marked by Hisses and Cat t Calls Senator Cummins Ignores 0 President In His Address Dolllver t t Elected Permanent Chairman t j t 4 i Des Moines IaThe Iowa state Re 1 q publican convention adjourned Wednes I day after a bitter controversy between 4 flr tt J the progressive and stalwart factions l I I Candidates for supreme justice and su t fi t perintendent of public instruction were I I Y I < nominated and a platform was adopt I 11 r ed Senator Cummins was the tem 4 1 t > porary ciiairman and Senator Dontver SI A the permanent presiding omcer Both b ft were cheered and hissed during their addresses n f t The resoluUons as adopted dismiss S > i consideration of the president with I i 1 lthe clause We indorse such efforts 1 S I as President Tart and his advisers i have made to fulfill the promises ot 5jthe national pla...

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