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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 June 1913

VOL. XXXIV. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913. NO. 49. T. FOR SALE. THE OUTLOOK OFFICE is for sale. If anybody wants it let him apply at once. JOHN V. HONAKER. Subscribe for the Outlook. John Boaz sold a Jersey heifer calf for S25. All kinds Sweet Potato Plants at R. B. Brother's, adv 4Gtf Heavy paper to pro under car pets at The Outlook office. Rawhide Buggy Whips 25 cts., at Conroys, Mt. Sterling, Ivy. adv ' 49-50 PERSONAL. D. N. Younc. of Mt. Sterling. was in town Monday. Wm. Lane, of Nicholas county, was in town Monday. Judge J. W. Lane, of Mt Ster ling, was jn town Monday. John D. Atkinson, of Stanton, came Tuesday to visit relatives. Mrs. A. C. Markland, of ML Sterling, is visiting relatives in iii.wn. . J. Workman and son, oft Bloomfield. Ind., were in town Monday. Congressman A. 0 .! . nnd M' Mattie - '-.r..r.ted license to You can still get Olive Salad and Datenut Butter at 49-tf R. B. Brother's. , Strirmincr of blueerass seed be- gan in the Flat Creek neighbor...

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 June 1913

asstsiBissiBsss fl3aaiwsassa ""ifis ''"HS-a-...- I V DETERIORATION OF WHEAT CROP NOT AS GOOD AS ANTICIPATED EARLIER IN YEAR DROUGHT DID DAMAGE. CORN CULTIVATION IS BEHIND Bur ley Tobacco Plants In Good Condi tion Potatoes Up To Average Large Alfalfa Crop Western Nrwupuptr Union News Service. Frankfort. During the month of May the wheal crop of Kentucky has deteriorated, and will not bo as good as at first anticipated. The drought during the first part of this month se riously affected the prospects of this crop. Corn waa put In good condition. The dry weather during the forepart of Mar permitted ttlo crop to be plant ed In due season, but for the last two weeks there hare be n only about two days that this corn could be cultivated. Farmers are, therefore, behind in the cultivation of tho corn crop. An aver ago crop has been put out. and If culti vators can bo started within the next few days, the crop will not be dam aged to any great extent The crop of oats Is not as large as usual...

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 June 1913

K' t SYNOPSIS. H1 R'pnlnt of (Treat automobile Sf ,h? mechanician of the. Mercury. J.fJoyl. volunteers, and I ac ln lh durlnc the twenty- m!. h0 Introduces herself. The iwfrV., .Benton receive. EXT" Sln,Mraw" Ml. Carllile on e ,2"r Cht to take walk, anc i, i. v, ' , nrm or wnicn Sinn. .?J,-.1 myrteHoua. Fiord, at ltirYcli ton ..i2 V"'..0' hl" Iwyhood. Sinn ..wILV"" Carll.le and ijfcv iek w . i aI"""" track SSS. "MniSkTS nir iH?; crt!?- Wanton and i?t?l to operate automobile factory r?.nwlLHl5y bc.0T' fa" friend.. Stan. j auspicious of Ml.i Carlisle f ........ n. 'Tortant ran. tires needed ier HLnton'a car an delayed. CHAPTER XI (Continued). The assistant manager stared ln a reproach touched with hysteria. His eollar was wilted, his eye-glasses dan gled by their cord. "Buy them? Buy enough racing Ures fltting the Mercury to last ycu t-r three hundred mile road race. "' r.ft them here hy to-morrow mom What's the matter with you. T Well, since there Is nothing to do ut eat. Come to din...

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 June 1913

MINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY, OWINGSVILLE, - - - KY. . Entered, according to Act of Congress, at the Owingsville. Ky., Postofficc as second-class matter. The Outlook's subscription rates are as follows: One year One Dollar. Six months Sixty Cent1;. 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 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 insert-on'; don't wait until Tuesday or Monday, for the paper is not S2t up in one day ncr m three days. r.nrjv?nondonts must cive onlv nws notices of deaths. Long obituaries and verses will cost oc n linn of five averace words each. Sign your name to communica tions, or they may go to the waste VinftVpt. Advertisers wishing a change...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 November 1918

& 1 ' OWIN UTLOOK -V - Ml " OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2!, 1913. NUMBER 18. QSV lLLE i lER. ? sale 7-1 Judgel .,tjMliiJ' hold ,.Vt Mt. b"?erling. Com, the new cereal at .en's store liberal discount for cash m. E. L. & A. T. BYRON'S. If you have visitors or any other item of interest tell the Outlook about it. Popular sheet music 15c operatic and clasical at one-half pnee. JOHNSON'S NEWS STAND. Mrs. Will Cnrmiehnel, whose h"ine y Lexington, is very low with tu ulosis at the home of her f.Uher iGintcr, nenr Kendall Sprnlg. J Get our prices on coal, lumber. 2lirae and cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Thos. Toy bought of Dave Wil-on a house and heven aires of land on White Oak for 1,400. Mr. Toy will move to hi place. Espie Barber bought of Sam Crooks the house and eighteen acres of land, on Slate avenue, known as the Mr?. Watt Peters place for $4,750. NOTICE. We arc again in the market for .... . ... eggs. V . I pay...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 November 1918

I H IP" V 3k WINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, owingsvill: is, KY. 1 m s-w.- ,T ' ' K V r utS. aid cowards, por Gennnns! i pood order, take .c In the fresh air and )i. Itemeinber a clean skin, and clean V.owels .'; urmour against disease. liver and bowels regular i away the poisons within, o toko a vegetable pill every , lun'i- up of Slay-apple, aloes, 1 sugar-coated, to be had at ..rCSi known as Dr. Clercc's A.'ts. If there Is a sudden t appears like n bard cold, p to bed, wrap warm, tak (1 loot-bath and drink copl .emonnde. If pain develops back, .tsk the druggist for .tl-urlc) tablets. These will Madder and kidneys and carry ius perms. To control the :hes take one Anurlc tablet with frequent drinks 'ie pneumonia appears rous way, when the apparently recover- ve his bed. In ro of Influenza should be tonic, srch DIscovik est year Tinvn lier own ;i.oulsvHle Cour- mm often ice? tniniiv mp.vwul uiHuuuu ouiuuuu ununnuus. When you- bck aches, and your Mid- titr and kidneyr eem to be disordered. go. t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 November 1918

J it: &k, OWINGSVILLE OUTLO OWING LLE, (-. 4 j and flub- Srun ma orlc jam's Com- mimes, wnicn mc VI feel better and Nslnce taking it, Vomshavedisap- i. iiDEN, 925 Na- son St., Fremont, t Such annoying jriiliC beat flashes, nervoosnsstTttmSache, head ache, irritability and " the blues," may b .speedily overcome and the system restored to normal conditions by this famous root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If any complications present them selves writ the Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for suggestions how to overcome them. The result of forty years experience is at your service and your letter held in strict confidence. "Her Doctor the Man These Times. ' 'f- -If I should UIss you, I supjiose 1 so -d toll your mother. W- v y lawyer. . UPSET STOMACH 'S OIAFEPSIN AT ONCE ENDS . SOURNESS, GAS, ACIDITY, INDIGESTION. en't Ftay upset ! AVhen meals don't land you belch gas. acids and undi Iaiel food. When you feci lumps of Hgcftlon pnln. flatulence, heartburn h...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 November 1918

8 I 1 t. 1 , v. i v.- r . - KY. ,aet of Con- . - w?9 Kt.. Ioat- - mutter. .ijJMv'S subscription unlows :- $L25 Seventy cents forty cents Thompson; - - - Kentucky. VY. VOVKMBER 11S "X COLFAX inwlings. who ha- been home Ration, returned baek to his Frankfort Monday. -Si Ii. T. Davis vi-ited relatives " -Vnn and Knth county Friday. iillc Kcevcs, of Iieynoldsville. " hor aunt Mrs. K. T. Davi. fresday nird ThurMlay. JTere arc -some few cases of the a'nround here yet, but tho-e that -'jvc it nre getting nlong nicely. .Jiliss Nell Davis vi-ited Miscs Bess and Jcs-c Hunt Saturday night ,2nd Sunday. rf Marion Story nnd wife visited the Blatter'.- sister Mrs. Lou Davis Tliurs- Miss Snllie Davis visited Kthel and Iva Kissick Wednesday jfiglit. , Buying and selling turkeys is the order of the day here now. Mrs. Reekie Spurlbck died Thurs day evening, November 14, of a com plication f di.-eases. She leaves 4 brothers nnd one sister besides a hnst of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. She w...

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 September 1919

I iMMilWiir mPI i iiMiMii nil mi .ymVmyf,- ' . . : . OV;w; 3 W llNLio V 1L.L.E, ' UiU 1 L.wJJV I! Ill I I I it m . .V. f- 3tW V ' VOLUME XII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1919 NUM1ER 7. . jjj BROTHER for Coffee. -lligh Orndo Tea for Bale by R. C. BYRON. Tho puce of the Outlook la $1.25 per yenr, jitvuriahly cash in advnncc. Let us have your order for North- rn scco rvc - 7 MlObl'ASTER & SCOTT ,uiist B&t . J diamonds. 7 1 ' fiirn Pin containing 23 small Llbwal reward for re- MHS BELLE RICE .Ml II. Don't overlook c itfue. This is the time to buy. CIIAS. S. BROTHER. Get our prices on conl, lumber, lime mid cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. TflE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO S. D. Thompson can fit you with glasses of any kind. His prices nro reasonable and bis guarantee is - it real guarantee of satisfaction, adv - Grass for Rent Ihave pasturage for young dock. Good grass. Plenty of water. Aj- fply- to S. J. FEARING. 'Lost, Tobacco .Certificate. -'....

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 September 1919

f "' ' V" ' I OWINOSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINQ8VILL-, KY. I, . 1 If' ,.t .-J iliiiiiiiiliHH. i. id QULD NOT SLEEP fir. SchlewMr In Misery Frem Kidney Complaint. Dmh' Gave Complete Relief. "Heavy work brouiht on mv kidney complaint," rajs Wn, Sclileuimcr, 0408 Suburban Ave'., Wtllston, Mo. "Ona mrming wucn unocing a none i was taktn with k sudden pain In my back and fell flat on the floor. If I had Wen hit with a ttip bam mcr, l couldn't hive suf fered more. I taycd In th) house for five weeks and the p.t!n was wearing the life out of me. At times, 1 couldn t get a Mink of alccp became of the mirery and I had to eel un everv few momenta K. ai.... 'o pass the accretions that m.ttkkiMtt , ium- colored, of foul odor, tilled with randy sediment and terribly scalding. My bladder felt as though it were afire. Tho pain brought stupor nnd a reeling sensation In my head- the torture of It cannot be described;. If I cot onto my feci I couldn't wfllc hut felt diuy and all in a flutter and everything ...

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 September 1919

" ' I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINQSVILLE. KY. 4 Ik JOY OF MOTHERHOOD Came to this Woman after Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health , Elleniburp;, Wr. " After I wa taarried 1 was not welt for a lone; time and a good deal 01 the time was not able to go about. Our greatest deslra was to have a child In our home and ona day my husband came back from town with a bottle of Lydla E. rink ham's Vegetable Compound and wanted mo to try It It brought relief from mv troubles. 1 improved In health eo I could do my bouscwork: we now have a littlo one. ail of which I owe to Lydla . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. O. S. Johnson, R. No- 8, Ellensburg, Wash. There are women everywhere who long for children in their homes yet are denied this happiness on account of somo functional disorder which in most cases would readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. . Such women should not give up hope until they have given this wonderful medicine a trial, and for s...

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 September 1919

ffX T' 1 ' 7 at Ml. 1 I I A' 17 1W OWlNfiSVlLLE OflTLOOK Published Weekly, OWING8VILLE, - - - KY. 'file red According to net of Con frw, ai mo uwingsvuie, ivy., i ov ... ... t , i eSce as Bccond'clnsfl mailer. THE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are ns follows 1 One yar ......................I.. $1.25 Six raonths ................ (Seventy cents Three months ...............forty cents 0. B. THOMPSON, T nutnn(vtl!f . - Kentucky. 1 Ht HrfDAY, SEI'TKMBER 4, 1010. 3TATE DEMOCRATIC TIUKtl For Governor James D. Black, of ftarhnlirvillft- For Lieut. Gov,- W. H. Shanks, of Stanford. .... For Sec. of State Matt S. Cohen, of Lexlnoton. For Auditor-Henry S. Bosworth, of Lexington. . , For Secretary of Agriculture John W. Newman, of Versailles. , For Atjorney Gjneral F rank ?jugherty, of Bardstown. "nts,if.ir'jrvctlon L. E. Fos i. iirt of Appeals ' f Elkton. x Henry F. Tur- -Jas. Jones, ' UPPER PRICKLY ASH (Delayed.) Mra. Taylor I'urvis is very fick. Chnrles Cnrr, of Spencer, nml ais. ter Miss Funn...

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 December 1919

OWINGSVIlXE IIIMII' B"! I ' f- VOLUME XLI. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 41919. NUMBER 20. T r ( Austin !Bonz has bought the 0. & 0. rnilroml house for $400 nml will occupy it with hlft fnmily. Solum . Prnfonolns from $20 to $11)0. '". ycasonablc. K 1. & A. T. BYRON. Da - n & Dull shipped .over 2, 000 n-Dbits for the Thanksgiving, market. GOLDEN DREAM COFFEE Makes the simplest inpnl memora ble. Buy it. Try it. You will like it. Marriage license was issued past week to Jessie Carpenter Miss Annie Wilson. the and Xmns goods will be on display Nor. 20. E. L. & A. T. BYRON. FOR SALE One Ovcrlnnd Roadster. Apply at DENTON'S GARAGE. The Red Cross has shown that on ly one and seven-tenths cents of the money collected by that organization arc used to pay their expenses. , Wc have a big supply of coal oi. hand and can fill your orders prompt ly. Let us have your order. WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. . Born, to Mrs. Lloyd Costigan (Miss Ruth Nixon) at the home of her grandf...

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 December 1919

jV . . . m mi ': 0 it . ') I HOW MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN OPERATION Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from female trouble which caused me much tnlftnng, end two doctors decided thtt I would have to go-throuEh an operation before I could getwelL "My mother, who had been helped by LydlaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Com, pound, advised me to try It before sub mlttinfj to an opera tion. It relieved me from mv trouble o I can do ray houso work without any difficulty. I advise any woman who Is afflicted with female troubles to give Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound a trial and It will do as much for them." Mrs. Marie Boyd, 1421 Stta St., N. E., Canton, Ohio. Sometimes thcro ore serious condi tions where a hospital operation is the only alternative, but on the other hand o many women have been cured by this famous root and herb remedy, Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after doctors have said that an operation was necessary every woman who wants to avoid an operation should give it a fair trial bef...

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 December 1919

vy-fr-.v " t, OUTLOOK, OW1MU&V1LLE. KY. S f . OWINGSVIUB .-asm:: , aaSak WasBBBftvv-.- i J If - r i l aw E OHI MY NICE HAIR IS ALL FALLING OUT Hurryl Let "Danderlne" save your hair and double Hi beauty. To stop falling hair nt once and rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, get a small bottlo of delightful "Dan dcrlne" at any drug or toilet counter for n few cents, pour n llttlo In your hand and rub It Into the scalp. After several applications the hair usually stops coming out and yon can't find any dandruff. Help your hair grow long, thick nnd strong and hecomo soft, glossy nnd ahundant. Adv. - i Fettered. Mrs. Ncxdoor How do you mnnnge to keep your cook so long? You've had her two weeks, Mrs. Skecmer I gave her some of those stylish narrow skirts to wear In tho kitchen nnd she won't he nblo to walk n block from the house till they're worn out. WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it. Womens complaints often prove to ...

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 December 1919

f . : r . . . 1 ; ,-rr:. ' ,1 - '1 ll(J . i a I 'IK W -i ' . tr to nctTif "..n - gsville, Ivy., I'..,:.. l-elass matter. mfiM i i! yf LOOK'S subscription follows- .year $1.25 ' Six months Seventy eenti Three months .....forty ccnti 0. B, THOMPSON, Owingsvillc, - - - Kentucky. THURSDAY, DEC EMMCff 4, HUH. LOCUST GROVE (Delayed.) Walter Croueh mid family visited relatives on Dry llidfte Snturdny nty't nnd Sunday. Willio Ilondrix, wife and daughter lltle Miss Fnris were in Flemings burg Friday. Mrs. I. B. St.irks and daughter lit tle Miss Georgia Almcdu arrived Fri day to he with hrr mother, Mrs. Georgia Riddle nnd the twin Newel Vane and Jewel Hlii'ne. who had heen here for two month. Mr. Stnrb ha sold his plsce near Finger. Teun., and will join his family later. Jack Stone and family left Sunday fnr Cineinnati to make their home. Kspy moved into the houe whieh had hetn vaeiitcd hy Stone. Alonzo Linton and wife, of Step ctone visited Aut Stone Sunday. PEBBLE (Delij.vnl.Ji. Some few fr...

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 December 1919

am z p7 'A ' ' i j 'v VOLUME XLi. OWINGSVILLE, KEHTUiKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER II, 1919. NUMBER 21. '$ "i ii M .. " - 11 ... .... BvwnmaaMMMaMt rr. J (' LYCEUM COURSE , r 'V ' I nil. : . : I I THE UNIVERSAL CAR I I 3 Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford care now in use, about I sixty per cent have been sold to farmers. Probably no other one 'H i thing has brought to the farm so much of comfort and profit as ha3 , the Ford car. It has enlarged the social life, doubled the facilities for ' marketing, brought the town next door to the farm, multiplied for . the farmer the pleasures of living, and by the same token the Ford j I I louring uar nas Drougnc jusc a3 mucn pleasure to tne residents oi tnc i i towns and cities, because it is an every day in the year utility, R answering the demand of quick transportation at low expense. A III I 1 family car without an equal in low cost of operation and maintenance. I 1 "We solicit your order for one. We have the full line of Ford cars. We carry the...

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 December 1919

.AattAMsrflflHLW 7 ) ft. I t: .A 1- i. t.f fa J THE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD Came to this Woman after Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health Ellcnsborg, Wr. " Af tef I wns married 1 was not well for a lonir time Ana a good deal of uio time was not able to go about Our greatest dcslro was to havq a child in our home end ono day my husband come Dock from town with a bottle of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and wanted me to try It. It brought relief from mv troubles. I improved in health eo I could do my housework; we now havo a little one, all of which I owo to Lydia E. rinUiam's Vegetable Compound.," Mm. O. S. Johnson, It. No. 3, Ellcnsburs, Wash. There nro women everywhero who loner for children in their homes yet are denied this happiness on occount of eomo functional disorder vhlch in most cases would readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such women Ehould not give up hepo until they have given this wonderful medicine a trial, and for...

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 December 1919

v - f - "I , ., H ,- t AM V . uirjinvnTibfli uiiwA,juTTjnuavii,bi, ' a. i . .jaWrav waui ,n.t 1 i n Eases Colds At once! Relief with Pape's Cold Compound" ? Tho flrst doso cases your cold t Don't i atay stuffed-upl Quit blowing and snuffling t A doso of 'Tape's Cold " Cd vund" taken every two hours un til doses are taken usunlly a jp a severe cold and ends all gx'iT1' misey. llc'lcf awaits you I Open your clogjed-up nostrils and the nlr pass opi of your head; stop nose running; re?evo tho headache, dullness, fever I-J1CS3, sneezing, soreness and stiff- vr59-. ."lltpa's Cold Compound" Is the quIckcstVsurest relief known nnd costs 2fnl? nvfew corrf' t drug stores. It ts without nsiu "e. Tn8ts nice. Contains no i,' r a' Insist on pSpo'sl Adv. Great Expectations. , Church I expect to have a great library .some dny. Gotham Iluylng a good mnny books, nre you? "N'o. I've stopped that." "Well, I don't quite got you." "Oh, I expect nil the books I've lonneil to be returned some dny." , i ASP...

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 December 1919

T-rm ' mm '-if I'Jr. f Worn, to Jnmsi1 TfM?s -w fl-e. 3r, ft R'rl. tf Sir.-. II. S. Oilm J -ft 1. - OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK Published Weekly, OWlNGSVlLkB, - - - - KY. Entered according to net of Con gress, nt tlio Owingsvillc, Ky., Post ofllco ns second-class matter. Tim OUTLOOK'S subscription rates arc as follows: One year , $1.25 Six months Sovcnty cents Three months forty cents 0. B. THOMPSON, Owingsvillc, Kentucky. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, J 'Jill. ODESSA Cornelius Roberts nnd Mason Gar nor rittcndcd the opening utiles of the tobacco market nt Mt. Sterling Wednesday s Folrn nnd wife. more is eonvnlo-oent nftcr n severe sick spell. Mrs. Oco, Gillnspie is suffering with quinsy but is better nt this time. . All the turkeys in this vicinity for Christmas market went for 30e. a pound. Mrs. Diileinn D.irnell moved last week to the bouse she bought of T. L. J ones in the eastern part of Ow ingsvillc. We regret to lose her us she was u line neighbor and citizen. Mark Truinbo will move to the ...

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