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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 August 1921

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLIII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1921 NUMBER 6 t .i,i- I, r SH1XGLHS FOR SALE. T. It. RATLIFF, Grange Cily. tr. I hare about thirty acres of green corn I will sell privately, MILS. JXO. H. SXEDEUAR, KtMt rfALE One first class 31-4 inch .Mitchell Wagon. J. It. Brother & Co. fc. Miss Clara Arnold cot a State j Teacher's Certticate at the recent -rexnmmntion here. See Sim Soo, dance on a Colum bia record. At E. L. and A. T. Bvron's. The Blue Lick hasc hall team de feated the Continuation team hece Sundav liv a score of 10 to 5. Old Tom, 42-year-old family horse r Mrs. Sallie Ham Nicholas county is dead 'from a hroken leg. llcinz jlfklinjr vinegar and pick ng spices of all kinds. It. O. BYRON. "" Columbia graphophones from $30 ,tp .$5. Now on display at E. L. .and: "X. T. Byron's. A gas i day has h county. ing 500,000 fecta illed in in Rowan Buy Jv,i luT. 'i.mr ir Lcxinc- aiu, I handlt iln-o rath. V K C BYRON, liave just received a In.-It ...

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 1921

- . .. . V- - , .. . KMC V f A OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE. KY. it- , fr. IS' tSr,U ir ,- A- ... r, . BRITAIN HOPES FOR IRISH PEACE ABANDONS DISMISSAL OF PAR LIAMENT, HOWEVER, IN ORDER TO MEET EMERGENCY. Nine Peers and Members of the House of Commons, All Unionists, Send Protest to Lloyd George Regarding Terms Offered In Ireland. London, Uncertainty over tho Irish situation has caused the Government to change its plans, and Instead of jirorogulHg Parliament, ns had been Intended, It merely will he adjourned until October IS. The Speaker In tho interval, will have the power to con voke Parliament should Irish develop ments necessitate It Premier David Lloyd George Is expected to make a statement on the Irish situation bofort. adjournment. Optimism with regard to the Irish s this thm still was being expressed In ItrKfeh official circles, where It was Indicated this attitude was considered to be Justifiable In the lack of definite rejection of the Government's terms by action of 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. — 25 August 1921

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWIWGSVILLE. KY. Vote Against, Bobbing. "Well," nnnounced the fair yo'ing thing at the dinner table. "I'm uot Col nc to pet my hair Ixilibcd after all." "Praise be," said her father. "But why?" "Yon see, It's like this," she dimpled In reply. "I didn't know whether the boys would be suw to like It, so I sent arond a questionnaire. They all an swered, awl the result was that six of them said not to hob It, while only two . were In favor, so I can't do It, really." Human Dissatisfaction. The neJghlor next door annoys me Incessantly by the racket he makes with the lawn mower." "How about the neighbor on the other side of you?" "The way he lets his lawn go with out attention Is a dlsgrnco to the street." Wearing Apparel Probably. "Have you picked out a place to spend your vacation?" "I'm going to a place where there Is n lot of scenery." "Natural or carried there in trunks?" New One to Her. One of KniiMis City's welfare so cieties provides a summer camp for children...

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 1921

77 ,M . 5X 'OMNliSVlLLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE. - --. KY. Publisbed Weekly, Entered according to net of Con gress, nt the Owingsville, Ky., Post office as second-class matter. THE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as follows: One Year $l..r0 ' Six Months 75c "S. Three Months 45c. ' E. D. THOMPSON. Jsvllle, - - - Kentucky. hursiuy, Ai'orsT 25. 1021 For County Judge EWING CONNER For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL. Depnties: Anron Fanning and Mason IL Botts. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY D. V. DOGGETT For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARKES Deputies: Charles Bristow and Cliff , Ilendrix. For Tax Commissioner THOMAS I JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Betb. and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON' For Jailer CLAUDE STATOX. For Representative VAN Y. GREEN. For Circuit Judge. HENRY' R. PREWTTT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. C. HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. OIARLES MYERS LOCUST GROVE vom- i Master Chnrles Riddle of Yy inR spent last week with hi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 September 1921

0 OWINGSVILLE VOLUME XLIII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1921. NUMBER 7. OUTLOOK 4 V- 5 S . N ' ;: SHIXOI.RS FOR SALE. T. It RATL1FK, fi range City. Let Joo D. Shechan do your paper hanging and painting. The season when doves may be lo gWy killed omhs Sept. 1 and eon 4hho. to Dee. 1(5. Buy William Tell flour or Lcxing ten Mnid, .1 handle them both. It. C. HYKON. TJie State convention of the Anicr- ien loiou will le held at Ijcxing v 3 i . V :cpiemoer i nnn Columbia graphophoncs from $30 to $S5. Now on display at E. I. and A. T. Byron's. Wyatt JL Inslco has been appoint- tvl postmaster temoprarily at Car lisle to fill the vaeaney caused bv the ro.signaton of A. B. Tilton. .500 Pairs Army Shoes. I have just received 500 pairs of army shoes whirh I will sell at the right kind of prices. CLAY ROYSK. Thieves liroke into the department r P. r i r m.ii.... ci j. .rnI L vi i. viuiiutii m .in. ijm and rot away with goods vnlu : a nt $1,500 to $2,000. I have just received a fr...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 September 1921

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOO'k. OWINGSVILLE. KY. 9, V r MINISTER DISCUSSES HIS WIFE'S TROUBLES Her. A. n. Sykes, former pastor of the Watklns I'nrk I'rcsbyterinn church, Nashville, Tenn, says: "After seeing what Tnnlac has ac complished In my wife's case, I am convinced that It Is a medicine of great power and extraordinary merit 1 do not think I have ever seen any thing give such prompt results. Mrs. Sykes had been in delicate health for tea months, suffering from tomach trouble and nervous breakdown. "1 frequently sought medlcnl ad- vice but Tnnlac Is the only thing that gave her nny relief. After taking the medicine only a short time, she was able to sit up and help with the house hold duties. I think It only a short time until her health will be fully re stored." Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement. Facilitated Melting of Snow. Automobile highways which cross the Sierra Nevada mountains of Cali fornia arc usually closed to traffic as Into as June on account of th...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1921

- .-i OUTLOOK 1 .71 OWINGSVILLE VOLUME XLIII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1921 NUMBER 9 4 - 4 N mil : ' f s . . - mm Y Yoh cannot afford to mi-s V day of tlie School Rally. I lav of tbe School Rnllv. SII1XGLHS VOX SALE. T. JMWjTFF,- nninjrc City. tr. Let Joe D. Shechnn do your paper hanging and painting. The I'nited States i now feeding the starving children of Petrognid. Surely ywn are going to lirins the children t the Selinol Knlly not ne, day 1ml two. ltuy William Tell flour or iA-xing-Un Maid, I handle them both. R. 0. P.YUOX. See Sirnn Soo, dance on n Colum bia record. At E. L. and A. T. Hymn's. The athletie events will again he one of the big fentnres of the School Italic this vear. Heinz piekling vinegar and pick ling fpic'os of all kinds. R. C. BYRON Buy the best ice-tea Orange Pe koe tea. J. R. STEELE HI we Stone sold two fox hounrts Monday, one for $30 cash and one for an eight-inonths-old Jersey heif- ,Vntgomery county fanners had 1 Friday signed 3,000 acre...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1921

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. ATIONAL School for Com mercial Organization Sec retaries, under the aus pices of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, the National Asso ciation of Commercial Or ganization Secretaries and Northwestern university I Isn't there something new under the sun. In spite of the proverb? Any way, that Is the sort of school that has been going on at lCvanston, III, right in the vacation days of summer. Moreover, this National Secretarial school Is believed to be a project of far-reaching Importance In the busi ness and civic lire of the country. John Ihlder, manager of the civic de velopment department of the Chamber ot Commerce of the United States, speaking for himself and for Presi dent Joseph 1L Defrees, puts the situ ation like this: "The American business man today stands In a position of greater respon sibility and greater opportunity than ever before in our history, for we arc becoming predominantly an urban and a business nation. Ills re...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1921

Pi . - r THE TRIALS A HOUSEWIFE How They Have Been Endured and How Overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Experience of a Providence Woman 1 tite. At times I could hardly do my housework. I got medicine from the doctor butit did not help roe. I saw Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound advertised in a newspaper and took it with good results, and am now able to do my homework. I recommend your medicine to my friends and you may publish my testimonial." Mrs. Chester A. Ball, R. 15, Fayette, Ohio. An Illinois woman relates her experience: Bloomington, IIL "I was never very strong and female trouble kept me so weak I had no interest in my housework. I had such a backache I could not cook a meal or sweep a room without raging with pain. Rubbing my back with alcohol sometimes eased the pain for a few hours, but did not stop it. I heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and six bottles of ft have made me as strong and healthy as any woman ; and I give my thanks to It for m...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1921

-i 4 ' t J. 0W1NGSVILLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE. - - -I'uuhshed Weeklj, KY. Entered according to net of Cou p-ess, at the Owingsville, ky., rost officc as sccond-elass matter. TIIE OUTLOOK'S subscription es are as follows: Year $1.50 Months ... 7Jc. , Months 45c. E. D. THOMPSON. . vingsville, - - - Kentucky. Thursday. skit. ir. 1021 Mr. McKcriion, who has been ill 'Miss Mnrpiref Mauley visited her For County Judge KWINV, COXNT.lt For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanning and Masor II. Units. ' FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY D. W. DOOflRTT For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARNES Deputies: Ohnrles Hrist nr and ClilT Hendrix. For Tax Commissioner THOMAS L. JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Ret (in, and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EAHLE R. THOMPSON For Jailer CLAUDE STATON. For Representative VAN Y. OKEEN. For Circuit Judge. HENRY It. PREWITT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. C HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. CHARLES MYERS for Minvp time, c...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1921

f - 4 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLIII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1921 NUMBER 10 fr-aa. .-ft" Mt. Sterling is to hnvc a new ice ' plant. SHINGLES FOIt SALE. T. It. KATLIFF, Orange City. tr. There is unreasonably cold wenth er in Montana accompanied by s.now. IjeKlocD,Shcelian do your paper Viauging ami painting. L. C Mcfluire, of Kowau county, raiscdiAhis year watermelons that weighed;!!?',: pounds eaeli. Buy WilIinwTell (lour or Lexing ton Maid, I handle them both. n. C. BYRON. See Siam Soo, dance on a Colum bia record. At E. L. and A. T. Bvron's. Tlie German mark, whose normal value is 24c lias fallen to a trifle ov er two cents. Jleinz pickling vinegar and pick ling.piecs of all kinds. 11. C. BYRON . Kentucky's tohaeeo crop for this fkJ-, ycasnow estimated at 200,000,000 .:pouuas. Buy the liest ice-tea Orange Pe koe ten. J. R. STEELE vJtiu. school Jund t t & for .650,840 school vJ-ofiU. school .fund this year is . .$6.10 per school children. "Montgomery county...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1921

...tea 7 By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. ERE are two names that are sore of Immortality: Catherine Dorothy Drai er and John William Draper. For there will always be encyclopedias In which Is the record of human progress and Individual achievement. And these encyclopedias will contain articles on photography. And no ar ticle on photography Is complete with out mention 'of these two names. For the first photograph of the human face was that of the fair feat ures of illss Draper.' And the man who made the photograph was her brother. Professor Draper. Moreover, whenever photographers meet to discuss their art, the story of the first photographic portrait is opt to be retold. At the recent con vention of the American Chemical so ciety at Rochester, X. Y., Prof. Francis Owen Rice of Xetr York university re told the story and exhibited the copy of the photograph reproduced here with, Interesting In this connection are the other photographs reproduced. Each gives a glimpse at the progress frhnt ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1921

-.ft OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE, KY. - . ' . r ' it - Mr'?' TTaati linnpr in Mia ilnt-V If pt. ! posed to the light It will quickly J granulate. ) A whlskbreom Is very handy for , denning woodwork and removing dirt from corners. T If your oilcloth Is dingy It can be brightened by washing It with water In which a little borax has been dis solved. If grease Is dropped on the kitchen floor put soda on it. then pour boll lng water on, and the spot will come out easily. A handy article about the kltcher la a lons-handled spoon such as It used at the soda fountain for ice cream sodas. The kitchen floor Is best covered with linoleum, cemented to the floor to prevent It from buckling and to make It waterproof. If children' light or white suits he come faded cr it rented It Is a rood Jdea to dye them some darker colo suitable for play clothes. Snap dress shields Instead of sew Ins them In. Tlace a snap on earl; end of the shield and one In tht middle. It keeps thcra where they belong. ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1921

- rv- i 4 If vlPY A--. V. - - " ". 4 r r- t ' ' - t. 0WING5V1LLE OUTLOOK jliWINGSVILLE, - - - - KY. I'ublistied Weekly, . Entered according to net of Con Cress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post office as second-class mnttcr. TOE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as follow: One Tear $1.50 Six Months ................ .... 75c. Three Months .... .... 45c. E. D. THOMPSON, Owingsville, - - - Kentucky THURSDAY, SEPT. 22. 1921 For County Judge EWINO COXN'KK For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanning and Mason II. Botts. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY J). W. DOGOETT For COUNTY CLERK COLE BAKKKS Depnties: Cliarles Bristow and Cliff Hendrix. - For Tax Commissioner TnOMAS I JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Bet Iks'. and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON For Jailer CLAUDE STATOX. For Representative VAN Y. GREEN. For Circuit Judge. JIEXRY R. PREWITT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. C. HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. CHARLES M...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 September 1921

' "7 0t3?1. - 1". J ' ... . ,: ) Jr;-; ps-fTs " -.. k r ' Ill i im " OWINGSVILLE V VOLUME XLIII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT.' 29, 1921 - ' J: - - A - .. . OUTLodlvl . r r NUMB ':'-W . Bom, to Kimhrough Thomas wife, of near Olympin, a son. and SHINGLES FOR SALE. T. R. RATLIFF, Grange City. If. Let Joe D. Shechan do your papcr tmnging and painting. Dresses in Velvet, Serge nnd Tri cotine $12.00, $15.00 mil $17.50. LAC V-COONS & f" Buy the best ice-toa Orange Tc fcoe tea. J. U. STEELE Mrs. Minnie Conyers bought the millinery store of Mamilton & Co. last week. There will lie a box supper at the Lower White Oak School House Saturday night. Everyone invited. C L. Williams and Miss Grart 3frkwell, of Fleming county, wen Married at the court-house Tuesday afternoon by Judge Atchison. Get our prices on coal, lumbar, lime aid cement before buying. Right prices tand prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO An investigation conducted by the American Legion through 11,000 Post...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 September 1921

Sb3 iv- ft j. ILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE, KY. i y I k ' OWINGStV la. 1 V r iTING PfCTS Astiratns with fiber! as long as three feet is said ti be mlBe "4 In tlic rhlHppl-C Sriahd of Lucen. A first-class ocean, steamer re "X aires the services of at least l'JO 'firemen. It Is no rare occurrence for the condor to sinr to a height of four miles. On dark nlchts a white light can be seen farther than any other, but on light nights red takes the first place. The Chinese have a flower which Is white at night or In the shade and red In Uic sunlight. A telescope, which It Is claimed will be the largest In the world. Is to be erected at Vancouver, British Columbia. The lens will be ten feet In diameter. WHY SHIP IS "SHE" Here are some nnswers to the ques tion, says Bethlehem Ship News: "Why do they call a ship a she?" If you ever tried to steer one you wouldn't ask. Because It takes so long to get them ready to go anywhere. They seed almost as much dolling up and painting as any woman you ever ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 September 1921

a&3 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE, KY. a? i - 11 v ;-" ... V-EaaaSsV. ak and Miserable? n the Irstt exertion tire yon out! i-bWind worried and hire daily niche, lameness, headaches, diali ng; and kidney irregularities! Sick jntya are often to blame for this un Jppy atate. ou muit act quickly to ferent more aerioni trouble. Ute joan't Kiinrv PiUt, the remedy ree TOmeoded everywhere by grateful -uera. Ask your neighlort An Ohio Cass Mrs. W IL Cooke. Kl Collera St.. East Uverpool. Ohio. ): "I had auch harp pnina In my back and my back felt aa tboueh it were cotnjc to break tn two. My nerves were In bad condl tlon and I had dlzxy spella. My ktdneya acted too freely. A friend told tna to ue Doan'a Kldner Pills 'Sod X tried them. Doan'a cured me." Cet Doaa'a at Jbr Stera, 60e a Box FXJSTER-MILBURW CO, BUFFALO. M. Y. PALMER'S LOTION SOUP CONTAINS THE WONDERFUL PALMER'S LOTION AND I USE IT. ALL DRUGGISTS. ouaiUMms by SOLON PALMER mwTOan KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good Mnc...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 September 1921

if 4. 4 UTLOOK KY. ito net of Con Sftc, Ky.,.Post- iSH matter. .OS subscription juows: $1.50 ..v 75c. 75c. 45c. ths JMPSuT" , E.D. THOHPSI . jsvlle. - - - Kentucky f THURSDAY, SEPT. 20. 1021 For County Judge EWIXG CONNER For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanning nnd Mason II. Botts. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY D. Y. DOGOETT For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARNES Deputies: Charles Rristow and CHIT nemlrix. For Tax Commissioner TITOMAS L. JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Betli.'. and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON For Jailer CLAUDE STATON. r For Representative '' VAN Y. GREEN. For Circuit Judge. nENRY R. PREWITT. For Commoimealth's Attorney. W. a HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. CHARLES MYERS OLYMPIA Rolert Young, of Mcrehcad, was the guest of his brother, Clyde, hen Sunday. ' Paul Hunter who is attending school a Morejiead spent ijatiirdny and Sunday with home folk. Mrs. S. J. Fearing spent the week end with her d...

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