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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 January 1913

V; " . I : J" VOL. XXXIV. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1913. NO. 30. 10R SALE. THu OUTLOOK OFFICE is for sale. If anybody wants it let him apply at once. JOIIN V. HONAKER. Subscribe for The Outlook. Ladies' coat suits at cost at L. D. Brother's. fptf adv Old papers fcr sale at The Outlook cfhce. Tarpaulins for sale at E.' T, A. T. Byron's. adv JT The streams were vry high again Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. 'V- P. Conner will vmqve back . .eir hotel oyvperty. fro to housekeep- Conner's bun- the balance of 140 a6res near irks' for ?30 an nc will please 2 money. v.he last call. '. Phelps. jit for cash ragons and 27-tf Byron. Isl er of Carl st Friday .vas born ntr s made was -it look alleged jaw. al Court Kcn- PERSONAL. Carl Hendrix was in town Fri day. Jo Dawson went to Carlisle Monday. Mrs. Arthur McKec has been quite sick for the past week. Robt. Shields and family will shortly remove to this town to reside. Mr. Wade, of Cincinnati, visit ed h'- 'aughter Mrs. Bob...

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 January 1913

4 i S ; :' H 4 i 1 t CIRCUIT COURT . IS AFFIRMED COURT OF APPEALS DECIDES LI BRARY SUPPORT CASE FROM DAVIESS COUNTY. NOT PRIVATE CORPORATION Mayor Lambert, of Owensboro, Resist ed Payment of J3.000 Appropriated for Support of Library, but is Overruled by Highest Court Frankfort. Conflicts in tho statutes, governing the management and reven ues of public libraries In third, fourth, tilth and sixth-class cities, were straightened out by tho court of ap peals in aftirming the Daviess circuit court in the enso of S. Lambert, mayor of Owensboro, against the board of trustees of the Owensboro public li brary, in which tho trustees secured a writ of mandamus, requiring the may or to countersign warrants for $3,000 for tho support of tho library, tho amount appropriated for Its mainte nance for the year. Mayor 1-ambert resisted payment of tho money to the library on the ground that two enabling acts enacted in 1902 were so Inconsistent as to make both void, and that the levy for the library...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 January 1913

'.V 1 ; r ... . Vita. I STORY Z5e me LV sfk s-tk Candidate By El'RON WILLIAMS QpprrlcM 11. Wctterti rririi pm;rr ' ciuu SYNOPSIS. . In a pplrlt of fun Mayor HediRlit. a. aummer WsUor. I phased Ihroucti the -vl woods by ten laughing girls., one of whom ,.' catches and kisses. Tl. Klrla form XJiwlvti Into a court and sentence him "-"hs bidding of one cf their number ar, ten days. A legislative slnfr woman BUtTrasc. which ""nayor'A pocket. Is used ho mandates of service Is with him Ashing. , sheriff with - - . hat she con . between one , The next label Amey. ' - - . - are arrested ' . The mayor the sheriff tane In the lana to a-et V ; bill. With s to invM- .'' . are cauicht ued. lhblng. 'out her tactful ,ioman. him. e said . there cars. - " oman. Ice." r d .t, -oed -.tart ..". ' , - - Ve, .ed proclaimed the witchery of the night. With a ncarcely perceptible tilt, the l.at grounded on thn slu-hing sandy shore. Hedlght sprang out and pulleu the craft further upon its cushioned nnchornge....

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 January 1913

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK published weekly, nwTVPovTi t r t'v UWirsGbvILLL, - - - KJ VI Entered, according to Act of Congress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Postoliice as second-class matter. Tub Outlook's subscripts rates are as follows: One year One Dolla Six months ... . Sixty Cents' Three months..Thirty-five Cents. No commissions allowed body on subscriptions. any- Subscribers desiring a change 01 address should give previous address when writing. Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible; when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper. News matter of general inter est is welcomed; bring it to us without deJay u you wish it in serted; don't wait until Tuesday or Monday, for the paper is not sat up in one day nor in three davs. Correspondents must give only n2vs notices ot deaths. Li o n g obituaries and verses will cost Sc a line of five average words each, Sicn your name to communica tions, or they may go to the waste basket. Adver...

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 March 1913

A fit I gdft ... xuu auu. Wdnesday fro jflle, N. C, .pending several weeks. jF. Sanders and family have In Montgomery coecty to the Hnghart residence In this town Misses Maggie D. and Minnie Mclatyre, of Lexington, came last Frldav as euests of Miss Sallie Caldwell. Miss Minnie returned 1ld nose aioaoay. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ralls have I returned from Rochester, Minn., II where Mrs. Ralls underwent an operation at Mayo Brothers Hospit al and Is now getting along nicely. (f Mr. and Mrs. Adrian B. Ratlin" and daughters, Martha Ball and Lucy Talbot are spending a few days with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ratliff, until they get possession of the Brown Jng cottage. Rev. H. C. Rainey and daugh ter, Mrs. George K. Weinlng, who have been living in this city for the past three years, left last Friday for Bartlesvllle, Okla., where they formerly resided, to again take up their home. Both are natives o Kentucky, but lived foi many year: In the West. They have man, friends in this s...

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 March 1913

1 - . t ry red ochre In waie General Crozler, groundwork In ti' teachers, the nibs' the application of1 tion, which is punj nectlon with the pi passed through tht to give an officer t, lng in ordnance wc lhoroa??WHJU. "-dtllzea tho vnlue of solid us. it as thick as paint, tht' f ished courses of Instruction junder capable j "ucalte, sure the"flower pot which abi please you, all groc mi wiitca is peruaps me tneoreucai course id t chemistry and electrics to ordnance construc ear at the Sandy Hook proving ground In con jperlmentatlon work there. Any officer who has trill testify to Its completeness and to Its ability foundation upon which to build his further train- color- and holds it can. ucl Flattary. Natural Effect Vjnan is a delusion." v and it comes natural to hug our ..elusions." ' pi: "ft Is an easy matter for an agent to sell Gupp an edition de luxe set ot books." "How so?" "All the agent has to say la. 'Mr. Gupp, you look like a man ot Intelli gence. " Are joi. Formulik cure ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

i VOL. XXXIV. OWINGSTfLLE, H INT UCKY, VTHUKSD A Y, APKIL 3, 1913. NO'. 39 -JR SALE. THE OUTLOOiC-FFICE is for sale. If anybody wants it let him apply at once. JOHN W. HONAKER. ickea w a4v Cash paid for Eggs at Racke Store. 39-41- Mrs. Wm. Roberts died at her home west of town Sunday night Sweet Peas and Nasturtium seed m bulk at R. B. Brother's. 33-tf adv Decring: & Hamilton Disc Har- v h L. A. t. Byron's. adv 37-4t Coreets.hosier". kerchiefs, um brellas, neckwear, cheap at Mrs. EstM's. 33-tf adv All the latest styles of wall; per in great variety at T. Ferry & Co.'s. adv 39-48 Lowest prices on Matting, Mat ting Kugs and Oil Cloth at the Racket Store. 39-41 adv Ribbons, laces, cloves. Ten per cent discount on all goods at Mrs. Estill's. 38-tf The very early gardeners will probably have to do most of their work over again Don't fail to see Oliver Fam ous Riding Cultivator, for sale by .E. L. & A. Byron. 37-40 adv We sell Deering Binders. Mow- tr.ers ana my itaices. ji-w ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

7ay onyears old. i d.a.m says wno was exington jis greatly its session ?sy Richards in, place of J. who has had it SVinnlflanr (Wr'nve years. frt ' ," ,Yk Major J. M. Brother has been appointed by Gov. McCreary.a 'delegate to the Good Roads Con tention to be held at Birming ham, Ala., in April. . ias. t. Bogie, aged 65 years. Hied Saturday at his home near ML Sterling, after long suffering - of diabetes. His wife and six children survive him.- ' MITCHELL wagons. we are prepared to fill your orders for the Old Reliable Mitchell wagon, p-. y size. All guaranteed. 37-40 .v E. L. & A. T. Bykon. Wanted. L. L. Bixley will be atT. S. Shrout's Livery Stable Saturday, April 5. and wants to buy a car-load of fat HORSES and MARES. - Bnng them in. To Patrons and Public. - have Hies Daisy Harp, a lady of experience, in charge of my trim ming department I ask for a liberal share of your patronage: it will oe greauy appreciates adv Mrs. D. S. Estill. Fi , a, Residence. State In kpot r "rid Exa...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

- I J DEATH LIST IMQ REACHES FIVE FLOOD DAMAGE AMOUNTS TO MlCuDNS, Business Sections of Dayton, Middletovn, Hamilton, Zanesville and Other Ohio Cities Almost Completely Wiped Qut of Existence By Flood and Fire Loss of Lives Greatest' in Dayton and Columbus , Million Dollar Relief Fund Raised Property Loss Reaches Mil lionsRailroad Traffic Completely Paralized No Trains In or Out of Cincinnati With Mail and Express Matter For Over a Week Ohio River Reached 69-Foot Stage PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW OF SCENES IN FLOOD-RIDDEN DAYTON,(OhHIO.ClBC,nnM l5n'-ulr" THIRTY FEET OF WATER COVERED THE MAIN STREETS IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT TWO HUNDRED PERSONS WERE DROWNED THE FLOOD WAS CAUSED BY HIGH WATER BREAKING THE WALClS OF THE RESERVOIR TWO MILES ABOVE THE CITY DEATH LIST NOTAS GREAT AS EXPECTED. Cincinnati, Investigations have tended to confirm the estimates of fewer than 500 deaths In the floods that swept over a score of cities In Ohio and Indiana last week. As the waters receded from Day ton, Colum...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

1 . . V . - ' " t i l O., fell .ate of 50 to 12 tstlmatcs show the ins: ston, 150; Columbut, IM; ..ton, 60; Mlamisburg, 50; JTIffin, 18; Chllllcothe, 18; Middle town, 14; Fremont, 14; Plqua, 12; '.Harrison, 12; Troy, 9; Valley Junc tion, 6; Zanecville, 5; Masslllon, 5, and Cleves, 2. Ohio total, 421. Indiana Peru, 20; Brookvllle, 16; Ft. Wayne, '6; Terre Haute, 4.. In diana toUt, 46.. Grand' total, 467. Aftecthe tfeluflo comes construe, tfon. The matter mlndf of the Buckeye state, having provided for the Immediate needs of the actual victims of the flood disaster, have concentrated on the problem of falsing necessary funds to repair a loss far greater than could have been Inflicted by conquering le gions. The first question hangs on legls 'station necessary to restore nor mal conditions. Lieut. Gov. Hugh L. Nichols said that. In his opinion, nearly half the damage done by the flood will fall upon the railroads. A high official ef the Pennsylvania railroad, which, has had corps of en...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

? '"i ' ' x" , P 3 ' ' I r 1 I "I .r.&fi .-Ida besldu Mr. Sh1 it u ' 1 C SYNOPSIS. v J At the beginning of jrreat automobile race tlwi mrcltanlclan of the Mercury. Stanton- machlnr. drops drad. Stranse youth. Jose lloyd, volunteer, anil 1 ac repteU. In the rest during the twenty four hour race Stanton meets a alrnnEer. MIr Cartlalv. who Introdue herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Ml Carlisle, which he Ig nore. Stanton meets Miss arlIIe--on a train. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) "Neither nrc you," ko countered. r It wouldn't be of any iraportanco -j were, but wo arc not. I'm not Asking jou why you ore working with your hands Incxytd of your head, and I suppose you arc not asking me. Who cares J" "No one," dryly agreed Stanlon. "But I can tell you that I am doing this to rnako money, and make it quick, and I would much prefer break ins my neck to living In the ruck of poverty. They are calling our train; you had better come." "I'm supposed to keep in touch wi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

proper,, places al Dlph- .in HiiMni t MIW1C l-i .1 " ' . " v:. . 7 , fife JMW toll. finished Jept ,pale AthMelsurely ' supplemented V JOtt to go." oyd moved to "Stay here." Hhout rommtnt Aelmald retpecttdjr withdrew a few paces, when her mistress came up. ' -What a place to meet a man of .gasolene! greeted Valerie Carlisle. In her low, aamred tones. "Or are you alto In dlstreat. Mr. Stanton, and forced to prosaic-train travel 1 Her manner was that of one meet ing an ordinary acquaintance, she held out br band. In Its miniature tan gannuci. wun penecs ease. No one could have guessed bow unconven. tlonal and slight bad been their Intro duction. "1 am going to Massachusetts," Stan ton answered as composedly. ..mi W W a io AiBEnccuseusf uuc to are we! At least, we bad everything ar ranged lo motor out to our country 'place, until twenty minutes ago our ctsianeur was token violently 111. N v I suppose we must go by train " the broke the sentence, ber large brown eyes sweeplnr Flpyd itb a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

WINGSYILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY, 'OWINGSVILLE, - - - KY. Entered, according to Act of Congress, at the Owingsville. Ky., Postoflice as second-class matter. The Outlook's subscription pt -a are as follows: C)ne year. - One Dollar. S"ix months Sixty Cents. -pjiree months..Thirty-five Cents. jJo commissions allowed any T)6"iy on subscriptions. Subscribers desiring a change Oi. "ddress should give previous address when writing. Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible; when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper. News matter of general inter . est is welcomed; bring it to us without delay if you wish it m serted; don't wait until Tuesday or Monday, for the paper is not set up in one daynor in three Correspondents must give only news notices of deaths. Long obituaries and verses will cost 5c a line of five average words each. ,oign your name to communica tions, or they may go to the waste basket Advertisers wishing a chang...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 April 1913

; - 4.. mmwfs' mW&m&r tncomce - -v flinty OnlrtrSBbT Bro.; Sweeten Son of theDemo- the pnmary elec eia August 2, 1913. respective deputy will aown later. .e.authorized to announce ana Bi air man will hold a series of m tings at the-M. E. Church, beginning the first Sunday in April. Mrs. Tilford Horseman of Pres ton, visited her sister here Friday. E. M. Swarts returned to his US one rfnard.is ; .T1 - J3 C Ji f CLr.-n Hj. J ;"rr. home iaPineville Tuesday, after ' ' e TtLl. ... n.,u;nt- tk action of the Democratic par ty. In the event of his noraina- if - 1 .1 i? T:! T-mOTm uon ana .eiecuun jvney xuiaui, ef Qlympia, will be his deputy. v We are authorized, to announce iJL C. Gudgell, of South. Sher burne, as a candidate for Asses sor of Bath county, subject to the action of the Democratic par ty; If elected H. S. Roberson, of Saltlick, will be his deputy. visit with home We are authorized to announce --.ir " T. CVmltr nf Preston, as a ' candidate for Assessor of Bath fw county...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 April 1913

VOL. XXX1Y ffcV;iNSVlLLK KENTUCKY, THURSDAY; APRIL 24 1913. KO. 42. f . Jr . i , c THE for sale. him apply at once. JOHN W. HONAKER. Subscribe for The Outlook. The contest in elocution May 1 will be worth everybody's while. PERSONAL. FOR SALE. OUTLOOK OFFICE is Mrs. R. A. Chiles, of Mt. Ster- If anybody wants it let lm 18 visiting relatives Here. Mrs. Marion Karnck. of upper ! Salt Well, is very ill of pneumo nia. . Charles E. Smith, of Carlisle, was here last week calling on friends. Mrs. J. B. Goodpaster is visit ing her sister Mrs. Marion Voung, in Louisville. Lee Brother and James Mor ! row Richards were in Cincinnati several days last week. The street-cleaniiiK department! ? Arnold, of Frankfort, ; o., 5..f ! came in Saturday night lor a of the week. If you want ery go to ys-tf up-to-date millin Mrs. Estill. adv Corscts.hosiery, kerchiefs, um brellas, neckwear, cheap at Mrs. Estill's. 38-tf adv Local fishermen strings of bass and the past week, caught fine white perch All the l...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 April 1913

' - .ft - 2-'.- . RACE MEETING bUBSTITUTION FOR CUSTOMARY PINK TEA, SOCIAL INNOVATION OF LEXINGTON SOCIAL LEADERS. Real Race Horses and Real Jockles, Notable In Social and Turf World, to Attend. "Weitern Newopapfr Unlcn News 8rvle. Louisville, Ky. The first raco meet ing In Kentucky this year will be held by a woman for tlio entertainment ot ner friends. It will be given by Mrs. Clara Lc Bus, at Hlnata farm, near LcxInRton. The dato Is April 24 and the meeting has been sanctioned by tho Kentucky Baclng Commission and the Eastern Jockey club. Tho races will be contested by real race horses, ridden by professional jockeys. Hand somo pieces of plato will be the re--ward. LE BUS. j one of the '-istleman, of with him elnnatL wlth w- ,"4 . fgV'Scott. t.OOO each' V Carolina jCpfather, ,h of Can- lis sister, inton, O, VJay Ying-Rob- .'DIES. D. Webb. 55 . homo in this city jJonged Illness of jJTv- MrwWebb formerly ,jPIR.thls city, and prominent t lie was a member of one Cost prominent famili...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 April 1913

i 0 is- L fk W SYNOPSIS. At tlx !-clnntrK of crest automobile re the mechanician of ths Mercury. Fltanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth. Jess Floyd, volunteers, in J la ac pet. In the rest during the twenty four hour race Btanton meets a atrancer. illis CartlBte. who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from MIks Carllilo. which he Ir sores. Stanton meets Mlaa Carllals on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Etanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Rn ton la hurt la myelerloua. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of hH boyhood. Stan ton stain meets Miss Carlisle and tlier dine together. Stanton cornea to track tick, but makes race. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) y. There was a bad turn. Ills eyes on At he machine In front, Stanton round el the banked curve at a pace which sent tho shrieking crowd of spectators ' ns from the danger-lino and a. - d yellow coil high Into the sir. As . 9 Mercury lurched Into tho straight...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 April 1913

( V 1 : - . v . V-' V x . .. -. .7. ;. t - ' jjt 0WING5V1LLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY, OWINGSVILLE, KY. ! Entered, according to Act Congress, at the Owingsville. Ky., Postoilice as second-class matter. The Outlook's subscription rates arc as follows: One year One Dollar. Six months Sixty Cents. Three months..Thirty-five Cents. Mrs. J. M. Mallory is able to I Mrs. Butler Toy and son Willie be out again. I visited the fanuly of Blaine Hart, n it i ,ii !.,: on Hoe's Run, Sunday. Deo Horseman and Waller liai-1 . lev. of White Oak, wore here lastl Johnny Trajlor. son of Wm. Sntiminv. iTravlor. has been very sick with i Miss Martha I). Stone is visit- j 11 the l,:ist w- . . u of 'higher sister Mrs. Walter Lin-1 Chester Conyers, who is in the ton, at Snencer. ! u. army, says no nas- uecn in i- ... , t . mi-,! states, and likes Oklahoma best yoodsoa Power Jr., of lute - , b j Oak, was here Sunday. . Tr.i ,.i n.: i. J Mrs. Minnie Barber, aged .U, uifu, ninn io, .u uis mum; .it , i a..-:i i!!...

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