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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 August 1910

SYNOPSIS a Thomas Ardmore and Henry Maine v Drl1Old stumble upon Intrigue when thehea J rovernora of North and South Carolina t ire reported to have quarreled Both L Hate are In a turmoil over one Applema I weight an outlaw with poltUcal Influence t Qrlswoia allies himself with Barbara Os 1n borne daughter of tho governor of SouthWe Carolina while Ardmore espouses the I I cause of Jerry Dangerfleld daughter of 0 4 the governor qf North Carolina These two ladles are trying to nil the shoes of their fathers while the latter are miss n 11B Unaware of each others positione both qrlnwold and Ardmore set out to er 4V make theother prosecute Ardmore or p r j i ranJies a big hunt Qrlswoldi men capa a I ture Applewcljtht Jerry Danrerllcld die a elac covcr 4he captlvo and leads him to Ards 0 1 S ley her oWn prisoner Qriswold and Barsup q disappearI t disappearLi I gold rtuses to recognIze his friendof IIre t Jerry ravtaU the presence of AppIewplRht ot p trr I tlArdftley 11 4C 4 CHAPTER XV Con...

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 August 1910

4 < t 4 S t 4 1 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK fc g PUBLISHED WEEKLY b OWINGSVILLE KY f Entered according to Act of i Congress at the Owingsville c Ky Poatoflico as secondclass J imatter I F I TIlE OUTLOOKS subscription 1 I c rates are as follows > 1 One year One Dollar 1 Six months Sixty Cents 4h Three months Thirtyfive Cents S No commissions allowed any r body on subscriptions h p s Subscribers desiring a change 11 of address should givj previous address when writing i Correspondents should always ti get their items to us not later r t1i Monday if possible when 1i d out of stationery mention it on a 0 f separate slip of paper News matter of general inter a interS 1estis welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in I 1 Irj sertedAdvertisers 0P Advertisers wishing a change ii or discontinuance of ad should ir inform us the week previous to J b publication day > r L Address communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville ir I rKy f i f I THURSDAY AUG 11 1910 t iL ANNOUNCEMENT...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 August 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. — 18 August 1910

IO O + 1 tt C 4 t s u vi 1 0 < II r < i f i t + tl r i cECRETS I r HERMAN IN 1IRY A 1 it4 II W i tJ Y + r c t ed Promoter I L V ated a Cam grami < f J JJenator TrP nof t e Indian w rr t lacad and mltteo tele r M r I names ot Vlco 4 I i j and Senator r rr Aaa were named ia sad t + ar ire to stato our 5 v i and Mr Sher c C B better than S q ray I want and with Y l L prealdent it be a ii 4r Ire coming Into I p i I onator Gores p t I ts P 4 j offered 25000 1 I congress the v t 4 J bdlcongresa f + < t 4t c hdlan land deal s w + Vnator o r R 71n + 1 r fC t t r actlvlty of the 1 P l i Washington yl i 41s ra rrofferingthia Ra y offering this k 4 t her to reflect r i i i cP RI 4t Ba raS t r a L or Mr Cur 1 iR 1 a i ae t s an exonera s + > ir l r TA q c t t tw + imam asked f I r tr + w t or McMurray r f L + wla d 5 y 1a r jthat If the t 1r 1 = t 1T1yrt r a wrt1a r I 00 taken in a v f a a f t i ya r 4 have been ta4 ar a saaa + 1tr ft re t t ava T t C r + undred In aa C 1 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. — 25 August 1910

0 a e I J i 1L r I d i FtJ i p t j 0 r L 1 I I vj > trI 1 I 1 Iit ti V i m4Jf I 1 J 0 ¼ d S M L y < c < r 4 f < OF r 4 0 x 0 iS 4 f j rS I 0 i 0 if 4I If 4 ifJt k < r tf I bt minonill 1 1 t II r r < J > J c i t l t it In i ff 1 > t f < ji 0 L0 0 + iff 7Z 1IVOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 25 1910 J rBfi f b Q girl baby was born to Mrs 1 Austin Boaz Aug 14 0 4 a 0 Lost Suitcase near Salt Lick 0 Leave at Kimbrells shop 0 II Mound City paints wear longest and look best T M PERRY Co a After a week of roasting tem j 4 perature it became pleasant Sun I day 0 The last examination of public school teachers was held here b herelaSt Mens womens and childrens a slippers at reduced prices at L D Brothers cash store 0 14c Cut prices on mens and boys j 1 4 clothing at L D Brothers cash I V store 3tf Wm Manley has bought of 4 f v Jas 8 Clarke his 140acre farm I at Bald Eagle at 185 per acre 0 0 0 I have a thoroughbred South down buck for sale or exchange 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. — 25 August 1910

S Z S 2 0 f 5 I 1 > w S > I J f 5 0 y t I UUR < t 7 4 t t > V BE WIPED 4 < t < < Jr GAS TANK S 0 < < V EXPLODING I J a > DENT UNKNOWN > 5 y Vere Thrown Some 4 4 I But Mother and S C i J jBut Were Caught e r i A mother and her S s were cremated when S I tie driven by the father S to fragments in an cxplo 0gaUon tank of gasoline on I V 4the machine S r Vfathrwllllam Faith a retired 4 speratbr of Masontown Pa and atsss son Wlllinj Jr were seriously L burned and maVlie p YIi ji > The dead are yrs Ellen Faith 58 S k I years old Catherine Faith 23 years r I t old Annie Faith 20 years old Ella t fq Faith 16 years old 4 v 4 What caused the explosion no ono S know The injured are in such con S dition that they can not talk f f I The car is enUrely wrecked and S what damage was done by the force cf the explosion resulted from the d Barnes of BarnesThe The father and son were thrown d bIL some distance from the machine while i the mother and daughters were h...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 August 1910

1 ttr SYNOPSIS Thomas Ardmore and Henry Main BrUwoId atumble upon Intrigue when the l rollmora of North and South Carolina I kbxe reporU4 to have quarreled Orlswol4 V allies himself with Barbara Oiborne Quellter ot the governor of South Caro 4 IIna while Ardmore espouses the cause of lerry Oancerfleld daughter of the jrov r tmor of North Carolina These two ladles are trying to fill the shoes of their fa p then while the latter are missing Both 4 i state are In a turmoil over one Appl 9 weight an outlaw with great political In I fluence Unaware of each others pod lion both Oriswold and Ardmore set out to make the other prosecute Both have 4 forces scouting the border Oriswold cap tures Applewelcht but Jerry finds him 4 and take Mm to Ardiley her own pile b crier QrlswoU and Barbara while in i vestigating the outlaws disappearance ti meet Ardmore and Jerry the latter re I yeah s the presence of Apple weight at I Ardiley Ardmore arrests a man on hi S property woo pays he Is Gov Osborne...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 August 1910

t I S I I S < i > tat V rT v > V 0 V h 2 s s buS 4 7 r srV I > 5 5 < fct or I ss i VRsville NS It c > > xvi 4 cJ i 5 CViItLOILed I rh e vvifne Dollar edS 1 1 to 5 r five Cents 5I I O 4 jlVe cnts 1 S S 5 7 S f No1t11OWed any I S bodyoV > tins I 4 SubstV flSM t1 of address eajuhl give previous vithigl l Correspondents should always S V get their items to us not later 5j than Monday if possible vliervi 5 j put of stationery mention it on a S separate slip of paper a J News matter of general inter 1t est is welcomed bring it to us to 4 without delay if you wish it in t 1 acrted J Sign your name to commumca 5 L tions or they may go to the vastts f s Ss 0 s S SAdvertisers 4 iii or discontinuance of ad should MI 4 5 publication day p1i 1Address all communications to t JOHN W HONAKEK Owingsville Ky OJ THURSDAY AUG 25 1910 1 c 9 = = ANNOUNCEMENTS t1 We are authorized to announce I Will J Fields of Carter county < ftas a candidate for Congress in tJ 5 the Ninth dist...

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 September 1910

L V I t 4 1 J = 4 oW 4q q Y Li p II iI 4t I r ti 1 I b p t t 4 a I > 1 I t 1 l h I i 1 t I hJ I UI > J 1 J J i ji H rr M t < tl ¼ t j 1 iJ < tf I rt jY jtt I r rrft w i 1 > i 1Ir 0 i Itr i J > t tcit f i < < I i r 4 K 4 > 1 lii f A > I IAt t It1InOtMLLeUIIUOk t J > < t t rt 4 1 r f 1 J i t I VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE = KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPT 8 1910 = N Y 911 1C Ij t t tif A No1 Jersey cow for sale Sj I II ROUT i u > i Mound City paints wear longest and look best TM PERKY Co Tobaccocutting will be done extensively this week if the weather permits rAlthUl Jones ad Mollie Hat kIIi ton of Kendalls Springs were wedl l 4t r I Ji Jie a thoroughbred South I > own buck for sale or exchange f JOHN VV HONAKER o For Sale House and lot east 4 side Slate Avenue Close in Ap J ply to J J LACY 1 4 4I t i Mrs T L Darnell entertained > l 1 I the Ladies Aid Society of the M I E Church at her home Wednes j 1 t day August 81 I t J Please return to me the keys SIP ...

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 September 1910

fI = TcICUSED 0 I HER i e ALLEGATIONS MADE EUWARD C 4 o RIT8HER TOOK MONEY RUN I NING INTO THOUSANDS I BELOIT COLLEGE IS VICTIM 4 7 ii Said to Have Been Mulcted of 127000 r < Money Sunk In Wall Street Client and Partner Lose Suicide h la Hinted At ChlcagoEdward C RUsher per sonal counsel for John R Walsh dur 1 ing his fight against government prosecution and who died last June la accused of being a defaulter to the > extent of hundreds of thousands of 1 itollara > itollaraTho accusation made public Thurs day comes upon the people ot Chicago u suddenly as did the news ot the < f Ieath ot John R Walshs favorite j T counselor The charges which attack 4 the good name ot the dead lawyer an H I manybranched and involve double 1 i eating with bis law partners appro 1Ung a fee from one ot them em i s bezzling from Beloit college trust 1 ctends ot which ho had tho custody jJr and robbing Mr Walsh at tho time < When he was the most trusted con P UFdant in the defense of the ban...

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 September 1910

I f 18 fSYNOPSIS 1 i i i Thomas Ardmore and Henry Main > GrtMvoM stumble upon Intrigue when the Carolinat t uro reported to have quarreled Qriswold allies himself with Barbara Osborne L f daughter of tIa governor of South Carl ai yUna whllo Antmore espouse the cause of I Jerry Dangerfield daughter of the goY s ernor of North Carolina These two Indies V aro trjlne to fill the shoes ot their fa il z thers while the latter are missing Both 1 1 states are In a turmoil over one Apple V weight an outlaw with great political In poalI I m tion both QrSswdld and Ardmore set out 4 1 yOi 1to make the other prosecute Both hl1I S forces scouting the border Grlswold rap h tures Applewelght but Jerry finds him T and takes him to Ardsley her own pris V t xoner Ardmore arrests a man on Ills a property who says he Is Coy Oabornc asI I fti S Am cvclcht by the South Carolina Ss > > militia The North Carolina mllltla Is 1called Into action When Col Qllllngwa S ii ten Jerry nance finds that real...

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 September 1910

S 4 of t t tS 1 Jot lit < I h i I V S < 5 41I S i1 M II S 1 5i I Sy b S HL < A < w NG3V 1403 OU1LOOKLo S p > 1 PUBLISHED EE K Ln 5 PWINGSVILLE KY c rt Entered according to Act ofKi KiS S Ky Postoffice as secondclass I J mutter S 0 J o a TUB OUTLOOKS SLIbSCriptiorbu S f rjXtes are as follows S f > ie year One Dollar S r iI months Sixty Cents 4 J 1i5ee months Thirtyfive Cents S r > I J I t S ll U commissions allowed any 4 5 5 I fr oobdy on subscriptions ws Subscribers desiring a change wI 5 address when writing S t Correspondents should always get their items to us not later c i than Monday if possible when 4 5I out of stationery mention it on a f separate slip of paper isr p I ff st is welcomed bring it to us ltf without delay if you wish it in Iserted dont Walt until Tuesday or Monday for the paper is not wS < i e 1 r VKV days 0 i 7 Sign your name to communica IS fr tions or they may go to the waste I r > 1s < sket jsketAdvertisers pt Advertisers wishin...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1910

+ vy i t 1 c < I ic 1 l iI 0 r r 11 f r t 1 r I < V t r 1 1 I m I I 2 J I > t NV aNO1 t riqb1 tup101tiitt t gulloak 1 t IvnI t 1tYYII OWINGSV L 1 F KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT 6 1910 gi > Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK 61 I + Hosiery underwear union and + 2pieco cheap at Mrs Estills longew st w a 1 and look best T M PERRY Co < C Jackson Estill sold Jess e r e L Parks of Preston a pair of horses 1 for1300 j l f Go to Mrs Estill for fall gin g 1 E 1 + hams percales calicos and wool > en goods JJPress A 1 + Press Waltona prominent aged t citizen of near Flemingsburg died Monday I 1t Highest cash price paid for It 1 esjjrs Bring them to me N MRS P S ESTILL i f There is more favorable talk of Ib f pooling tlie IQlOcrop of tobacco r4a < than ever was heard hee before i vt dil s TFq iff played for your inspection at lt E 1 A T BYRoNs i 0QI 13tfM i i Just received a carload of 4 < TAmerican fence and Mitchell J wagons at E L A T Byrons t J 13tf I nIt was reported here last week...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1910

I 4 4 j J SET FIRE TQ BOLIT I OF MURDERED WIFE S HOOSIER MAN THEN ESCAPED J AFTER THREATENING TO KILL UNCLE OF VICTIM BARBER FORCED TO SHAVE HIM t i n 1 i 1 Women Had Left Husband Because of c lll Treatment and Hal Living at S Jt Home of Relative Where Spouse I j Went To See Her Brookvllle IndCharles Diddle aged 28 ycare formerly of Shadeland S and Chalmere Jnd shot hla young wife to death at tho home of her uncle Louis Koehlor of Peppertown six b S J Jmiles from Brookville BWdlo then poured kerosene upon the body and applied a match q r Koehler who Was asleep In a build tug adjoining the house waa awakened by the shot and roahod to a doorway 1 d but waa met by DIddle who declared r 1 that he would kill him if he interfered a BIddle carried a shotgun BWdlo then fled going to Metamora I awheroforced a barber to rlso and i shave off hla mustache and a short t beard t beardHe then bought a ticket for Clncln j i 1iiat1 and departed on the flret train t Koehler sv bachelor lives atone at...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1910

t c f 1t yThe Girl Was Uncommonly Attractive I waArchisatd Terhune a popular young p of London 4 auddenl arouea t + atmlw sad lndalent kite w atartltaa seas from th + t t t411ovahDy Bon t wZlw ti l + yyp ofDfaO C Blr a nee from ana Aire makeS S a nthat L ma Ky µ Aer e i a been tt b ffJ Y t 1 r < I 7J T t 0 q ii a + < I t to l Ar tt1riii 1 ft 1 e f rbe eedectedabt o I t + > to1 + cpileartEg t be CO r re i t JI 1 i 14 caa telegraph TerauBe to to Iil 8tKer I a < ti sUlas lot i w B She It to wbe for 1 ee7 BC I Yea sal tki two Agsthaa as well I t 1i L ekfr foe tJte JRKeeM of oar plans ae ilk y are already in > BagliB They catte overloyMlt Agath Cbtsra 18 Iii i tb < BB < MteQait7aBoaUagbsjad bare Thats a r J wk tiM4 M tUmkof the plan real j If 1 k > > f + fo rH Mairrt cried Tie cods tavor I taliYs aettelegraph Agatha pn i rlcxt t r kaerF iheR let n hoes ber eats T wltlre9t asarsrur eves at each abort s < f tMt1Nr 0 ° yeaCaaldTtret they we n 47 MMteC to rink B...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1910

t If A a I c OWISGSViLLE OUTLOOK I PUBLISHED WEEKLY i I iOWINGSVILrE KYI Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville OwinhSvilleKy Ky Postoflice as secondclass matter > THE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows 4t One year One Dollar S Six months Sixty Cents Three mpnthsThirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any anyboly 4 Subscribers desiring a change r 1of address should give previous p address when writing f Correspondents should always S get their itejns to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a 8 separate slip of paper d l News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in Va k serted dont wait until Tuesday p or Monday for the paper is not i set up in one day nor in three I days l 1 Sign your name to communica lions or they may go to the waste 4 basket Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous to daya a Address all communications to J ...

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 October 1910

S w S x I f t I JJt T < 1 4 i Ite P1 I Ll t a + I t 0 ltlI l ti I k J Tv 1 11711 11 Ebe ii < utLok V A < t i J J t j 1 u VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT 13 J 9 I 0 NO 4 I Subscribe for TIlE OUTLOOK s r A flying dutebmanisuguest 11 of the town r Wild geese were heard going I e Isouth Friday night 4 1 Y The Teachers District Associ fl j tion met here Saturday r SaturdayI Come and see Slessers ladies I nobby suits 14tio s 0 Table and dresser scarfs couch pillows baby caps at Mrs Estills i Mound City paints wear longest I 7 and look best T M PERRY Cof 1 f p mensl 1 l I and boys overcoats and suits i 14tf e v Young Buff Orpington roosters SS kk for sale ntl each by Elder Geo o 4 W Mills 1314 c Corsets gloves of all kindst kid cotton and silkat Mrs DJ S Estiirs 14tf J I Come and see Slessers hobby I 1ladies fur and cloth coats t tl a Buy your bearskin coats forI S children one to six years caps to match cheap at Mrs Estills I t Ifur 1 ful line of ladies and mens I sho...

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 October 1910

e S Ij i 4t 4t 1 it k = i PEACE OFFER FAILS ARMED MEN CAMP AROUND HOMESTEAD OF OUTLAW JOHN DIETZ S it WILL FIGHT TO LAST DITCH I j l t l ri ktfMttr of Cameron Dam Refuses to Jft LlHftnder Except to Governor of t 1i Wlttonsln and Defies Overtures of t Attorney General YI t I Winter Wls John Diets bu 7a i refused to urresder to anyone but i tfce governor ot the state of Wlrf r I teoalbd dhu emphatically declared Ii himself to this edict toT M Froelich 4 1 the 8t Paul envoy who went to inter I cede la his behalf to avoid bloodshed 1 i To the attoraey geoeral of Wlscon ¼ I lift and the secretary of the governor I who accompanied him on his trip to f ihe Diets cabin to obtain his surrender 4 1 land the transfer of the case to another w bounty John Diets made the same 4 aameiatatemeBb a Well this Is the end said Sheriff rc Madden when he learned the result of Governor Davidsons effort to bring a jpeace to Cameron Dam H f There Is nothing for us to do but lito get Dietx and well do it ti4r...

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 October 1910

Ia r SYNOPSIS ri Uy J Archibald Terhune a popular young I bachelor ot London te suddenly aroused i 1 frOm the aimless and Indolent llfo he 4sSjv S lead by the startling newa from the law a VV ftnn of Barnes Wlloughby It Son that he T = CtY 3 la the heir to a sheep farm In Australia J T ructng In an Income of 0000 a year S h The bequest comes from an aunt Mrs makesa a Win her heir on condition that he marry h 4 xvtthln ten days or forfeit the legacy to a 4 d third cousin living In America The story g opens at Castle Wyckoff where Lord Vin 4cent and his wife staunch friends of Ter 4 ltuie are discussing plans to find Ter I hunt a wire within the allotted time It I eenu that Lady Vincent Is one of seven 4 persona named Agatha all whom have 11 s been close glrlbood chums She decides J to Invite two ot them to a party at the tp castle and hayjj Archie there as one of 1 the cuests Archls accepts the Invitation e and the Vincents discuss his prospects In 4 1r Lall theitvnile4bearlnsu lie l...

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 October 1910

1 k i 4 < i < P < L < owiNG viiLE UTLOOII + PUBLISHED WEEKLY I WCEKLYI t 7 OWI J GSVILLE = Jy j d I < Entered according to Act fl r Congcss at the Gwjngaville Ky Postoffice as secondclass h matter n THE OUTLOOKS subscriptspe I rates are as follows 4 One year One Dollar GtSix Three months Thirtyfie Cents > No commissions allowed any subscriptionsy y + i Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous address when writing Correspondents should always get their items tous not later c i than Monday if possible when > > out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper i K nNews 1r est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in t serted dont wait until Tuesday a or Monday for the paper is not r set up in ono day nor in three days t 1 l L Correspondents must give only r gt t I s obituaries and verses will cost 5c + t lJa line of five average words each Jt < Sign your name to commune C9 i 0 tins or they may go to the w anteey ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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