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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 December 1911

pointf VOf. XXXIII. OWDTCSVILLK. KENTUCKY. ClUtaw Jbrncrrusinriwf?. 0sj Tib jfct irvmmmnc. X& tikly - rS f tot, MT 'Sam P" t Kc iJtMf to 4fcT fynrtjto to CX 1 I- 41 9wt tat MdiiuAl Mik J 'Ui-AAik ylujgj to- . JS Cm i 5c m vm m fw ViwwiHh -iijluf ftflqfttjr ifeg CM f A X f- M Mfc mi r kMktJ if U Atol Wn eMlfe to Ik rM Xtt JhMfc m ntk m nO !! MtfM t4 JkMW C K. Cavrv. u rt. X CmuMiit M4 tto JOk tjMi4t AMm. tfhf wkk. XViM Mrf 4 fejrf W wtoto fc$Uto spKn&t . . . - -tark mc AJbMc JJ 4 wm 4Ci Mm HkiiOIiik A-rtJWy C V 8 m. Wiw Dm CJ-fV Jf C ttojfx tofcw rmm ilf-1 qMtoK tetfttf A Mai. Ok itoUNf AcM rrrry 0r tmto ! l Our UittSsi 'Jin. X, X Umttut WifaliUL KMNe to; to 3Mk ?i 5T T.! T" MC if aTI-fr Kily mn-3r at-f "Wwt MWw tW ifeaitrv IUI 4M Kium t f&dtfes1 Maukn kv tsay &i 4 toftTtoUrviS lte4nrM4twi r etoTTKC l55rt5t1'5 . Crws. IU4v4l, !tobi 0W, ai iMa, iitSSh H&tfteK XA SJ fcelWt - teltor. u4 Xr , IW wfet kr . 7JLSt 4 Iwittnw mrmn xi. it m4 mi MUr viArw Wnr, te A m ft,Tto ...

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 December 1911

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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 December 1911

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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 December 1911

WHO IS TO BLAME? i?2&& K& &0t SI 3 0?. m PAY OWX RJ3TASE fcnaa fail lac I af ta tjrMr trufic Sa4 ay a wc i nai c mmtum l m gftan a la tttmmtk aja! mm i mtiimn af la Aet$uk4 fftgf. Uaura la atac lass V araaaaag AoMk aaft oar far tfc aacaa fcrara tJaat mtn laJafuL a&i. tfcii a4 '4w( m t tar fc awarljr at. 'asjaat I tiaat w kuj iW a f .mm bm Cai Ali- Ma few i A&kie. " a . tfcuC tike rmnlbt tl8? C mct. TV ajajaJt7 ru C WH 7w. rttrt , TWy bo 3 M tn. ami w. ?.,, i, c h4( Jai0a "aji l44 f ttttt -f fmmi J3LrXCO for riscil- af 5r Ihf Assrricxa failtrc. ITS S)uaxmx - A anll itmst -wxi tr cuixd kx th ttxk- w fc Ixttf-MX us $1.' , au srrJit tvrr ltU kcavU inm lock tf K. lav Vb at 4 nurt t t:av te arc , 7 M oa. Ua fl8 FRIEND'S GOOD XDY1CE Tb: Shafts to TVs Kntari huflam lar tv r inifc.tr ia H Qi "a"" ' runm. aai fiwwj. i aat K w aalM la try la Maja! ' W wick aJtf mm aty WWatan W bA aeturtmatr tt if -Mill aW taw taitCasll mamc ku4 Im l tvf. m M faa n aw. jiaa w mk, i i aW ...

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 January 1912

da . r I 4 :.TAl?CMnnliighamrtke founder! who hs beea at the kelra these ahseteen years, rtqaests this notice 'ud all who may be Interested will 'write a postal lor sample copy. Still TimeToGetTlio Companion For $1 75. The publishers of The Youth's Cwspaolon announce that they will accept yearly subscriptions at $i.;5 np to the end of March. The sew rate of $2 oo will go Into effect 1 prevptly oo A pi ll i. The large j :Mmber whtsi subscriptions run driver Into the early weeks of the wytar, as well as those who were suable to send In sew subscriptions before January i, w.U have thU . portunity to get The Companion lor another fifty-two weeks at the old price. If you kad bo other periodical reading for your family, The "Youth 's Cdmpauloa would be s&Kttest sumcteat tor keen en joyment by every one, young and old; sufficient to keep you posted oa the important sews and events of tke day; sufficient to give you a mied richly stored with useful knowledge. Tke asw departments have be...

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 January 1912

F?'t. Nfca-rfbp Im'i'i &er Is In no tram oil ma jMiMvejn le Menaces or uj' i '.fci--iA. r 4 I Most Occidental cah'tell a Mancbu Xrom ..Chinaman when they meet one ln'tbc 'street When the super-dreadnought thai) feave been exceeded, how will the ves sel be referred toT Arabs In Tripoli who killed Italian wo aided soldiers were not blddlns lor gentle treatment. The engineles aeroplane Is eren less Inviting to the cautious citizen than one of the noisy kind. 3 Jest because the small boy likes to play with toy railroad trains Is no .sign that be will be president Most persons are willing to ae .knowledge that there Is such a thing .as old age. but the bridegroom of 73, never. Six-hundred asteroids travel along with the arth, and one of them Is missing. Has any one seen a lost asteroid t Professor Lowell reports sighting a frost on Mars, but could not tell by the telescopc.wfcisii-party had been ceieaieu. Vji ditch digger Is sole heir to J76.MAiJtate. When the whistle blows at noon 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. — 11 January 1912

it: She I wonder who originated the saying, "There la always room at tho topz- He Some hotel derjc, I guess. Husband Wat Willing. The Scot has no monopoly of do mestic felicity, as many a piquant paragraph bears witness. The other day an old farmer and his wife were doing" the sights of a provincial town, and, among other places they visited a panorama of South Africa, The riowa were extremely Interest ing, and the couple were enjoying themselves to the full. As scene after scene passed, the woman's enthusl asm lncreared. and at length, turn lng to her husband, she exclaimed: "Oh, Sandy, this is really splendid. I could jist sit here all my-ays.' "Ah, weel, Jennie, woman." replied Sandy, to the mirth of those sluing Bear, "Just sit you still there: I'll not snidgo'th saxpence." r w f'THE LITTLE WIDOW AMIfMy Good Sort of Neighbor to Have. Hi rA'llttlo widow, a nclchbor of mine. pvsuaded xae to try Grape-N'uts when stomach was so weak that It uld not retain food of any' other d. write...

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 January 1912

v. m fcleMfc 4t1Uvs is Lextegtoa - a4 .CaclUk fceat Friday BBtil Moa- y . Jwlge Jmms Mc.Cae.k1id.& severe stuck ef iadigeadoa yesterday neraiag, bt was relieved ia about aa bear. C. W. Peters, oar popalar drug gitrt, fcaa bees oa the sick list for several days, bat is better as we go to preae. ofeoid fever, contlaaes qalte sick aad a aarse has beta procared for Ww. Hta lo-vear-old sos: Willie Kay (or Jack, as be is called) also .baa typhoid fever. Mr. aad Mrs. Kelly Hunt have geae to Lexisgtou to reside, where Mr. Hant hopes to get good position sooa. We are tarry to lose these food citizens aad sin ctrely wish them well in their new Mrs. James McCne, who was called Boaw three and a half months ago to Davenport, Okla., by the death ef the wife of her son, James Ol McCae, arrived home last Sat inav evaslnrj&ccotaeanied bv io, Rathtagfd 6, aad Alexander HaaUltea, aged 4 years, wao will make their home with their graaa par eats here. Mr. George F. C roach, a farmer of oarboa co...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 May 1912

f ff ' k!s j 8 A - . . . ... iwTnmnnHip B r B K S -A vol. xxxnr. 0 WINGS V1LLK, KENTUCKY, T2SUILSDAY, HI AY 0. 10 12. NO. M. 0 s for 11-44 Next Monday will be May County Court day. . C The tempeiWre last Friday was downrighwit y The State Dental Association meets at LouisvillcMay 27-29. See wood ad. of Rose Run Iron Co. elsewhere in this issue. Gtf Bargains in hats for the next two weeks at Mrs. D. S. Estill's. ',4"tf Go to T. M. Perry & Co. wall paper. f l,iaronco I'nvor tins t in rnn V tract for painftKthe Olympian y Tomato plants now in bloom ready to transplant for sale bv R. B. Brother. May 9, 1912. " Red Cross patent flour is sold exclusively in this section bv Horseman & Son. Prickly AshJAlTfii A-Rr.s-STK.itv rinvrni.'Q Imoc iwf vvniln Denton & Ofaandler boutrht the Johnson iounJSiol room and have moved jXHr news stand to it. Bob Brother can furnish you sweet potato plants. They are now ready to transplant May 9, 1912. 44-tf In two games played last week the High ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 May 1912

s V H5i - INTERESTING DATA IN NEW REGISTER OFFJCIAL PUBLICATION OF HIS TORICAL SOCIETY CONTAINS STRONG STORIES. SKETCH OF HON, UNDERWOOD Review by A. B. Baber of Distin guished Sons of Kentucky Pro vides Leading Feature of Current Issues. Frankfort Tho May number of the Keglster of the Kentucky State His torical society has been Issued. It comprises SO pages, all Interesting matter that will bo nice to pre serve In the records of the society. The principal contributors are Col. J. Stoddard Johnson of Louisville. Hon. V. W. Stephenson, of Harrodsburg, Georgo Baber, of Washington, A. C. Qutssenberry of Hyattsville. Md Dr. Thos. E. Pickett of Maysville and Hon. L. EF. Johnson. W. W. Long inoor. Prof. G. C. Downing and Mrs. Ella If. Ellwanger of this city. Prob ably tho most interesting article, Just at tils time, is that by Mr. A. B. Ha " ber. on Joseph Rogers Underwood, Jurist, orator and statesman, of Ken tucky. It Is a review, at close range, of the life of ono of Kentucky's most di...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 May 1912

3 6s 4 m t: -r rV CITY PUMPHOUSE RAMMED BY BOAT STATION AT EDDYVILLE WRECKED BY RIVER CRAFT. IS TOWN FACING WATER FAMINE Damage Done It So Great That City and Prison May Be Deprived cf Water Unlets Plant It Speedily Repaired. Eddyvllle. This city Is feeing a water famine of a serious character, so far as Are protection and domestic service lc concerned, as the result of the wrecking of the penitentiary pumphouse; when the tow boat Clyde rammed the pumphouse with her tow of six barges. A large part of the pumphouse was knocked into the Cumberland river, while a fine, launch belonging to Capt C. W. Depp, late electrician at the peniten tiary, was practically ruined. The loss on the pumphouse and machin ery 1 at least J 10.000 and may go higher, according to prison officials, while a conservative estimate of the image to the launch Is $1,000. The pumphouse supplies not only the prison, but the city as well. Practi cally every family has resolved Itself Into a bucket brigade. The Inmate...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 May 1912

IWI8GSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY. OWINGSVILLE, - - - KY. Entered, according to Act of Congress, at the Owingsville. Ky., Postoificc as second-class matter. Forgo Kill. Mrs. Jennie Myers. wl been very ill with stomach hie for the past two weeks. I Miss Lena Alexander visited ILvvn Wi: a ChanckV-A corps l;as ! Cleveland Shtilta and family, near of surveyors are quietly at work troii-lEwington. last week. surveying a route for a steam or is Arthur K.irri.'k. of firnssv Lick. ' cciriu i.uiway up mum uiua river. The Outlook's subscription rates are as follows: One year One Dollar. Six months Sixty Cents. Three months..Thirty-five Cents. iiiuv.ii uui liiuni i visited jcooert ana u yueiur ey ., 1 i i better of his illness. Morton iL ,JJ wnk J i The survey is bemg made along Goodpaster is very low. n. .. . P,TICf the eastern eae ot llarnson t..o . I -Irs. riiarhe PriCO.of iSit. Ster- mi t he Lie cinr river v:il i'v. :iiul KnVrr Ann I OA fn Mi- nul llro ' 1: .,::.. ! l .1 ni... o..,. . ....

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 June 1912

vtrtittr who ets there. Have something in the paper every j i.isstUL' nutter how small. I We -will be pletscd to quote our advertising- rates, par ticularly on the year's busi Illiteracy in Keitncky was re daced 22 per cent during the past tea years. The Daily Evening Post, LouU ville. Ky., from now until Novem ber 10. 1912. and The Bath County World for one year, can be had for only $2 for both. The earlier you subscribe under this offer the longer you will receive the Post. Send or bring your sub scription to this office. tf In a majority of instances where presidential primaries have been held, and in State:; carried by Roosevelt, it is pointed out that set more than 35 per cent of the actoal xepabllcan .ote of the States was polled- The remain ing 75 Per cent of R put Jean to ters are to be heard frvra at the aariosal election. This fact is deeply significant. Judge. Tames Ellison, of the Kan at City Caatt of Appeals, handed dews the following decision In the case of O, D. Austi...

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 June 1912

.en made ijn lntur- anottier l smug- Tomen Vis u I i int. 'ble ,lln .th (1ST- all oar J,,t one ui- - ' .oritur has tlcJess trolley. ' tpe with the less car. is not aid the 1 some scientist ,r the vociferous c1zona spent a Vrbat the penl yere tike, and yo to be a law. Nys American Nod , because "-jUonal na Ktest term a By mien .iist. '3y t t .- 9 A-rVv .C; vv, f til i dbliutrV" lur cattle ranging th jf people Intimately acquainted with l razll's vast areas of rich pasture If ' -ve no doubts. Thy prophis-. ma ago that one day they easily c . occupy a lead' Ing, If not first, r ic-. among countries competing .'for t. custom of the Eu ropean consumei requiring large sup plies of meat fiom abroad. Discussing the project, an official of the Brazilian consulate In London stated that they had not yet received details concerning the territory ac quired, but It was considered likely that It would prove to be situated In the state of Piauhy In the north of the country. This state contains some...

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 June 1912

rii n mm our packarc raslj niy reli water M CO. IMC. DOt CW". aeel r rse & 16 Sor 3 yiti nr Ccltr flu. ft tan ttuih kttyt thi tmtt artistic ktmt ixjaur mtigittr&tod. Sod far mt FKEE BOOK- FanSs.rr. Wfcii 5t RcgaatfTlaalSc. Alabastine Company Sire Eat. traW ban. nd. Jrf aetata, IB Wrr St. FM20th century rCorset H STYLE S70 The Automatic Boning circs what the 2uth Century woman dtmandt It yleldi to every movement of the bod J". In bending there It a sliding- movement distributing the strain. The A) tie 6teela are w. ttd net to trtal e.it Jtari and " 0 a corset poeceatti la advantage. AT DEALERS I Cfl or seat direct tl.UU MUSEY-SIMEIS C. 233 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK Resinol stops itching instantly THE moment Resinol Oint ment touches any Itching skin, the itching stops and healing begins. With the aid of Resinol Soap, It quickly removes all traces of eczema, rash, tetter, ringworm, pirn pies or other tormenting, un sightly eruption, leaving the skin clear and. healthy. It is equa...

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 June 1912

sic ua MM N.-Oaafcii .TiagSVlUc Mn. Mary . . JdoaTet returned Weflaesday to all. S'srttag, after a visit tfitml days bare. Mrs. Sma Daraaby, of Lex ington, vis&ea her akter, Mrs. J. X. Tilplelt, the put wttfc. ' Mits &ec Moatgoawry, of Leba sea, -will arrive today to be the Mat ef Km. S. P. Hates. Mr. aad Hi. H. T. Jady aad daaghtar, Btbabtth, visited la ML Steraag Satarday aad Saaday. Mrs. B. iL Setry aad daaghter, Marr Wacncr. are visiting Miss Faaaie Jaaw ia Flesdagsbarg. Mr. Alien Fields, of Lawtoa, Ofcla., was tuc Ruot ef ak sister, Mn. J. W. Hall, the past week. Mr. aad Mrs. T. F. Trlplett, of Mt. Sterling, vfedted Mrs. Hattie Howard fcaai Sataxday aatll Mon- day. Mrs. J. M. Felaad and Elizabeth Brown attended the commence aaent exerdsea ef Campbell-liager- mta College at Lexington Tees day evening. Mr. aad Mrs. H. T. Hopkins, Mr. aad Mrs. O. H. Knight aod daaghter, Edith, Mrs. H. P. Mof fett aad little sob, Kdwln, aaotored to Owiagsviue Sunday aad speat the day wfck r...

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 July 1912

-ft, VOL. XXXIV. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, . .JULY 25. 1912. NO. 3T M00K 6 . Subscribe for The Outlook. Quarterly Court convened Mon day Old papers for sale at The Outlook efhee. School trustees will be elected in two-thirds of the districts of the county Saturday, Aug. 3. There were three applicants for teachers' certificates at the ex amination Friday and Saturday. T. S. Shrout has some special buggies which he will self at a very low price for cash or credit 3-4 A small troupe o factors gave performances at the Court-house Wednesday and Thursday nights of last week. - Shrout's stock of furniture is' complete. If you wish to save money see him before you buy furniture or buggies. 3-4 The Outlook one year and the Louisville Evening Post each day except Sunday until after the No vember election for S1.G0. Jesse 6. Hampton had a fine young horse to choke to death with a halter at the home of Mrs. EIva Catlett Saturday night The Owingsville base-ball club went to Flemingsburg F...

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 July 1912

V SSSSSK'4 .. f .; v - . : THE encasement has been announced Tiarn, daughter of former GoTemor w. .,,,.. of former Governor j..-.- ti m i. Mi society. Br a vote of 6 to 3 the national house election commmlttee on Thursday voted to oust Catlln, declar ing'hlt teat was obtained by fraud. PARKER HAD MILLION W. F. SHEEHAN OF NEW YORK ' TELLS SENATE OF DEMO j CRATIC CAMPAIGN FUND. iTRUST MONEY, WAS BARRED (Chairman of Executive Commltteo De claret Check for $10,000 From j Suflar Corporation Wat Returned ' to the Donor. Washington. July 20. Whea, Alton 3. Parker ran for president la 190, the "democratic campaign fund con tained about $1,000,000. said W. F. -Sheehan of New York, who testified Thursday before the senate commit tee Investigating- campaign funds. Mr. Sheehan 2lhen chairman of the Democratic national executive com- a ' r x w Ik. mm. be said, to Maine, Colorado ka. 4cess declared the commit- j rjje t4jhe beglnnlngot Thefewas $10,000 contribut ?." bo- "Yai in Mr. Sheehan, "by th...

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 July 1912

.1 J CONVICTS AuCOIINTS BARKSDALE HAM LETT DROWNS ON BUILDING ..-ri...'v.VT M' K 1 -PL u SYNOPSIS. Richard UrMnut. an American with an affected Encllth accent, receive! a pre nt from a frluid In China. Tna present provea to b a pair ot pajaraaa, A letter Junta of aurprlne to the wearer. Usbtnut dons the pajamas and late at nlKht ret up for a amok. Ilia aervant. Jenkins, cornea In and.lall!njr to recocuz Llsnt nut, attempts i put him out. Thinking the aenrant craxy. Ughtnut chance W clothea Intendlsc to summon help. When h reappears Jenkins falU on his neck with Jojr. connrmlnir LiRhtnut's belief that be Is crazy. Jenkins tells Uchtnut ot I he encounter he had with a hideous Chinaman dressed in pajamas. In a tnessace from his friend. Jack Billings, uchtnut Is asked to put up "the kid ' for the nlcht on his way home from col. lere. Later Uchtnut finds a beautiful Ctrl In black pajamas In his room. Ucht nut Is shocked by the clrl's drink Inc. areoklnc and slancr talk, fine tells him he...

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 July 1912

i 4 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY, OWINGSVILLE, - - - KY. Entered, according to Act of Congress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Postoftice as second-class matter. The Outlook's subscription rates are as follows: One year One Dollar. Six months Sixty Cents. Three months..Thirty-five Cents. No commissions allowed any body on subscriptions. 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 out or stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper. News matter of general inter est is welcomed; bring it to us without delay it you wish it in serted; don't wait until Tuesday or Monday, for the paper is not set up in one day nor in three days. Correspondents must give only news notices ot deaths, u o n g obituaries and verses will cost 5c a line of five average words each, Sign your name to communica tions, or they may go to the waste basket Advertisers wishing a chan...

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