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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 October 1922

F .r t r OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME X.LIV OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1922. NUMBER 15. l -a.,, Sheet iron Wood Healers from $1.75 ujf at E. L. & A. T. BYKO.V. Sam (tinier and JIU Anna B. Kay were nmrried Saturday at the oflire f the Count v Clerk. YOU KKXT: .My Iioikp on Main street. .MKS. .VtHX A. DACGIIKKTY. Bom nt Freetlonia, Kan., week to .lamo Lane Honaker wife, a on. last and fiet our priecs on conl, lumber. lime nnd cement ht tore buying. Bight priors nnd prompt delivery, TIIE WALTER YODNO COAL CO Little Mary Mfcnraret Barber fell one day la-t week whilcjlayinjr oh the Mn-et atid fraetured an arm. Harvard foot hall team defeated the Colonel- if Centre CoIleci on the formerV grounds at Camhridpe, last Saturday liv a -eore of l!4 to 10. Ctirti,, Field-, an old and well known eolored man of tlii-. town, was found dead at his hoarding hou-e at Millie Kain-ey's. Wc want to thank our friends and neighbors, al-o Dr. fiudell for their kindne-s during the illue-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. — 26 October 1922

1: oWlNGSpLLE. Y. OWINCSVILLE OUTLOOK. 4 Says It Mad? a New Person of Her ThOH&ft4s of jvoo4e needlessly rn dure a half-Kirk, nervous, run-down contrition ubeti they might enjoy sturdy. r4mt Itetilth and nil its mani fold Mcssious if llvey only know what to tin. Poopl: In Hits condition find Tattlac mhhi etuis their trottldo ami iHritdg Hp 1im1hcv of strength, en ergy and vitality. Mrs. Paul 1-avreau, f!7 S. Filriiwh St, IlocUostor. X. Y says: "SoHtetlw apo wy health ami strength loft hh all at once. 1 lost iitacteeR iNHHMis it a srwrt time ami could bariMy stay up. 1 gained tlvo IHwmds oh two bottles of Tan-lac anil it lias HUfelo mo perfectly well and strung acl " XcrvoHsHni and a ran-dowti. tlred- ot feolrttg are ltH symptoms of n liMtttm eme. whl.ii usually Hos In the Mmnttch. Tanlao enables yon to Kgest yoar food properly, eliminate vaste and regain your old time strength ami vigor. Cot a bottle today .t any Rood druggist. Advertisement. A Man may lie short of ideas anil jo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 October 1922

J ' OV'lir VILLE4 JTLOOK. 0 iNGSVILLE. KY. When England Had No Dukes. The duke of Norfolk was brought to the block In 1572. and In h m per ished the last surviving Kngllsb duke. For more than half a century Knglnnd had to do Its best defeat the Spanish Armada, conquer Ireland, circumnavi gate the globe, lay the foundations of empire, produce the literature of the Elizabethan age without any ducal assistance. From Pollard's "History of England." For Colds, Croup and Pains. Use Vacher-Italm ; It relieves at once. Avoid Imitation. Ask your druggist. TO. W. Vacher. Inc., New Orleans. La. Advertisement. A Good Word for Him. Hans Schmidt was reputed to be the meanest man in the neighborhood. He died. His body whs placed In the crave, und accordlug to an old Penn sylvania German custom the people Mood around the open crave, waiting for some one to say some pood things Hbout the deceased before tilling the grave. After a long wait fiustnve Schulz said: "Well. I can say Joosi one good tiling...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 October 1922

V OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE, - - - - KY. Published Weekly, Entered according to act of Con gress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post oiBee as second-class matter. THE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as follows: One Year . $1..r0 Sir Months ...... 75c. Three Months -15c. THl'KsnAY. OCTOBER 2. 1922. E. D. THOMPSON. LESSEE & OPERATOR Owinjisville, - - - Kentucky. SALT LICK The ninth district convention of Y. C. T. I. wan hold with Salt Lick Union, Thursday, Oct. l!lh at the M. E. Church, the following dele gates attended: Mesdnmes C. K. Oldham, Tlioma- Hcindrieh, Arnold, Pleen..on, Willi- Henry. Dora Mc Connii'k, all of .Ml. Sterling. Slate Treasurer Nora B. Talor, l.cxing Ion, W. B. fiordon. W. .1. (iiffin, Mary Magee. Miss Elizabeth (Jtveiiwndc, .?id Mi- Liuie Cubit all of French -hniy:. A splendid meeting was '" joc by all present. The moriinc: session wa- devoted to election of otlicers and other bu-ines-. Mr-. Xora McConnick wa reelected a Di-triet President and Mrs. Hoffman...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1922

AT r -''7 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLIV OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSPXY, NOVEV'fcn 2, 1922. NUMBER 16. '. THE SHEIK is rominj. Byron Brolhers are nn-paring to liuild two now dwellings on lot nwii rd by tliem in tlip wet ond of town. THE SHEIK is coniing to the Xi-w Theatre. WatcbTor dates. Get oar prices on coal, lumber, lime and cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. TOE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO See Rudolph Valentino nnd Agnes Avrcs in THE SUEIK. N'ew Theatre Mon. One of the bit picture of the season. I am prepared to examine and tit your eyes, wilh glasses. Xo charge for examination and glasses must lit you and satisfy you or no sale. S. D. THOMPSON, Registered Optomet rist. MagninVent srenes of sheer beau ty, dramatic acting, colorful thrills one after another in THE SHEIK. At New Theatre soon. . POSTED Our farms are iosted ngaint hunting with dogs and gun. Viola tors are warned that they will be dealt with according to law 11-30 JAMBS and JOHN CRAIN. The Church of...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1922

t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINOSVILLE. KY. 4. I 1 i '- 1 i ; DOES LAUNDRY ... I WORK AND : HOUSEWORK TOO , A Surprised to Find Her- self Feeling So Well TanntnT Muss "I nnvl tnhgtvi ntn. In my back and legs so badly, with other iirouDies mat women sometimcshave.that my doctor ordered me to stay in bed a week in every month. It didn't do me much good, so one day after talking with a friend who took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound for about the same trou bles I had. I thought I would trv it also. I find that I can work in the laundry all through th time and do my housework, V- Li-., month I was so surprised at myself to be cp and around and feeling bo good while before I used to feel com pletely lifeless. I have told some of the girls who work with mc and have such troubles to try Lydi a E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and I tell them how it has helped me. You can use my testi monial for the good of others. Mrs. Blanche Silvia, 59 Grant St, Taunton, Mass. It's the same story ine...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1922

OWINGSVI IXOUr" OW)MGSVILLE. KY. r 15 They Do a Hundred Calories in About 9i EAT ft box of little raisins when you feel hungry, lazy, tired or faint. In about 9 seconds a hundred calories or more of energizing nutri ment will put you on your toes again. For Little Sun-Maids are 75 fruit sugar in practically predigested form Ievulose, the scientists call it. And Ievulose is real body fuel. Needing practically no digestion, it gets to work and revives you quid. Full of energy and iron both good and good or you. Just try a box. Little Sun-Maids "Between-Meal" Raisins Sc Everywhere Had Your Iron Today? Heara at the Museum. Aunt Julia "Look, dear, there's Barneses' mummy." Elsie "What -was his mummy's name, auntie?" The end of man Is action nml not thought, though It were the noblest. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 BELL-ANS ! Hot wafer Ul Sure Relief ELL-ANS 25$ arte) 75$ Packages. Everywhere NO Responsibility Compensation. "Why do we permit Paris to dlctat our fashions?" "We wouldn't dnr...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 November 1922

iVt.'- X - ' &:"'! V - r I C- . . V" j 4 s m ".--V . ft . V , OWINGSVlLtE OUTLOOK OWING SVILLE. - - - - KY. Published Weekly, Entered according' to act of Con gress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post- office as second-class matter. TIIE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as follows: t One Year l-a Six Months . 7.ie. Three Months "l5- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922. E. D. THOMPSON, LESSEE & OPERATOR Owingsville, Kentucky. , ODESSA Mr. and Mrs. John II. Jones, of Owingsville, spent last Friday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ellington. Mrs. J. B. l.indsey returned Sat urday from a two weeks' visit with ' her nephew, Carl Power and family in Grant county. llr. and Mrs. Robert Evans of Plummer's Landing, spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. H. S. Gilmorc and family. Mr. and. Mrs. Martin Ellington and diuightcr, Mr. and Mrs. Perry, of Bangor, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mis. C. W. Ellington. Dr. H. S. fiilmoro and wife left Monday morning for Cincinnati. They will also vis...

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 November 1922

V TLO VOLUME XLIV OW1NGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, GlMB-.T 9, 1922. . Stetson lint- ;it IH TV. NKsiWTT , CO., Mi. Stcrliag, Ky. YVtcr s:h1 foVuihia I'koiiograp'i 4erord. n .10c ich whle they last at Day"- Jcaelrv -tore. W. A. Y1aiIry and Mi Kallani Sw vee grouted lu-cn-e lu many .. Wana IHM Knii- at DOTY; XKKIMTT fi CO.. Ml. Stnliag. Ky. Gel ur pricis on cosl, lumber. J'wi.'hii.I oemofit before IiHying. Kight price- nd prompt delivery. TIW WALTEK VOUN'O COAL CT Soatc' clerpri-ing wen of Vance baty. Minify, are building and dHgifiUHr a modern shin- ladiry. P0STED f)r farm Y1 p,,-J n rain-' banting H'Mi Joss and gnu. Yinte lsr8 aw warned njwit they wiH hr tkmli willi cordiiij:lo law 11 -W JAMES ami JoYlN CHAIN. T!feaicTtvmg ly hns for NovcaAer Silth. The last nVv o;. vWch J,knHl;tiriMK day earn? ' 1 1 tth ws 1911 and lite next v.ijf i ia Jl'JW. I MM HWtu fa) CBaMB3 Hil fit ymv ryes rit3t ghurs. No charg. ar tMnimiHoH aa g"a-e! anas", fie oa ami sati-fy yoi ir no sale. S. J. THOMPSON, ...

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 November 1922

I OWINGSViILLE OUTLO C, GvVJNGSVIl! The . ..edy of Holland fr ovri 200 ys . ' n mtrny cf all pains re sulting u kidney, liver and uric acid troubles. All dreggitts, three sues. Look for name GoUZ M-dal on eve ry hzr and accept no itailriart- Let Cuticisra Be Your Beauty Doctor Sp 25c. Orahaeat 23 tad 50 r. Tslcu-a 25c Present Strength of Army. The total strength if the :inn with In the contiuciiinl limits f the I'liltis) States at the present time i 97.(.K). of whom some 72.i.Ki are army iiurss. field clerks, cutlets or members of "pe dal service, such :is the quartermas ter corps, medical i-orps and finance department. There's a Reason. My llltle son went in :i (Kirly with Bie., Whllc nt tnMe I reiumdosl him of hi manners by Faying "Xorhert. you for trot to say please' "Norbort. ou mut say thnnk yon," etc He replied. "It::!, mother. I'm noi used to It." Chls-aco Tr'lutno. Mrs. Glenn Abbey PalnesviliO, Ohio "When I was Culte a young Etrl my mother pavo xno Dr. Pierco's Favorite Pres...

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 November 1922

. - V 1.. 5 e . KY. SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS r T Mar ,as -a - " . V t 1 - 4 : I .- , i Bakers Bake It For You no need to bake at home HERE'S your old-time fa vorite full-fruited ra : is b'ead with at least eieht i-i..)0.iR raisins to the slice a! rajjr baked or you by master haters in your city. Simply phone your grocer or a ne.'wrhood bate shop and have a fresh loaf for lunch 01 ilmner to delight your folks. We've an anged with bak ers in almost every town and city to bake ihis full-fruited raisin bread. Made with big, plump, tender seeded resins. The raisin flavor permeates the SUN-MAID RAISINS The Supreme Bread Raisin Your retaucr should nrll vmt Nun. Maid Raisins for following prices: Blut Package sac bbVbVsbf Vast stretches of undeveloped fertile agricultural land of the highest productiveness await the settler In Western Canada. The land possesses the same character o! soil as that which has produced the high quality of crjeals that have earned on the world's premier hon...

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 November 1922

4 mm 1 - 4 I OUTLOOK owlntk wtos. - KY. Pub Vhed Weekly, Entered net Nag to net of Con Ktws, nt the G yillr, Ky., Post office as second 3s matter. TUB OUTLOOK'S' subscription rates nre as follows.- ,Onc Year $1.50 Six Months ............... ......... 7.re. Three Months . ..... 4.rc. THl'KSDAY, XOVE.MHKK !, 1!i E. D. THOMPSON, LESSEE & OPERATOR Owingsville, - - - Kentucky. OLYMPIA Vi!ke Warren, of Kansa, is vis iting his cousin, Sid Warren and wife and Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. Xannic Doxxiis has been x-isiting her ister, Mrs. Lucy ,la"kson at Hitching the past week. Mrs. K. ). Sxvartz ami Miss Lizzie Smarts were in Owingsville Mondav .fl.7.-ae'k. Rill Vlevins and wife h.ie taken roonN with Hurley Epperson and xxifc. - Mrs. Boh Smith went Tuesday to pjK'nd a few days with her sister ai, Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Miranda Davis, of Preston, i-dtcd her sister here the past week. Mrs. Press Itli'vins in Salt Liek Satnnlay on luiine.-s. Mrs. Chns. Craycraft, of near Kendall Springs, visited h...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1922

, , ,,rr r OWINGSVILLE 5- - V 1 01 OQK VOLUME X.LIV OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1922. NUMBER 19. . - . j 4?M e you i-sui tiiid Ladies Cloaks and Sweaters, at flilinnreV, Odessa. Cincinnati l'o-t ( I:il ) ami Oiv ingsville Outlook one voar $5.00. If its Huur, xliipMuir or alt you want, (lilmoro Im- it. Odessa, Ky. Don't forget the dcinnitr.itim of Kentucky Cluli Home Mailt Salail rDreing at K. C. Hymn's store. !! Outing, light ami ilark p:i( Uni, JSf. LACY-COONS & CO. ' -r Suits, Top Coats Odd CoaK . Tants ami Overall-; ee Jt filLMOKKV, Odexn. There are altout ix vacant dwell ing luue- in town at Hie present time. Thiity two ineli dre Gingham. Special 2oV. LACY-COON'S & CO. County Atloniey Dan V. Domett has I urn enutincd to hi-- Iioine for several davs with illness. ""-vr-wenty seven inch Dress (lingham. SHt-ial 13c. LACY-COON'S & CO. Did you see that pile of HlanketsJ Outing Flannels ami I inlrrwcar si CILMOKK'S, Odessa, j Jon per cent rash tliseouut o...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1922

' OWINGSVILLF. OUT, jK, OWIUGSVILLE. KY. i J 4 1 (isw PRKSFORCHILBi MUST KEEii WELL Mothers in a Like Situation Should Read This Letter from Mrs. Enrico Chicago. Illinois. "I took Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound for a serious trouble. I had tried doctors and all said the same an operation. At first I only felt the pain on my Ici'ts'Je.butlatcr I seemed to feel it on both cities. I am n power Ecwing-ma-chino operator and have a little girl to support. I work in a tailor t-hop and that linccf work Itasbeftj very slack this year and I am home part of the time. I do not like to take any chances, so I consulted my friends, and one lady said. Take Lydia Piskham's medicine,' eo I did. I llave felt better right along and am in good enough health to go to work. I recommend your Veg etable Compound and Sanative Wash to oil." Mrs. Mauv Exnico, -253 N. Car penter St., Chicago, Illinois. Often the mother is obliged to support ber children and pood health is neces sary. Lydia E. Pinkham's V...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1922

s OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK O WINGS VILLE. KY. c 1 . .1 11 If ilil P I : IO& . rav stm itv ata wn BaaW'aal ITaaaaaaV laaaal ,AtatfSaaaT 1 Bnuiu r v-i. i BI MX I I StaBM 1 l I BaUt..;i4njUlllBUG M ?1 IE IrJW'i aft l- K PVW?W8B.W -p y Better mf Few ol us eSicw our food enough. Hasty meals are harmful, hut Wrigley's stimulates the flow of saliva that helps lae stomach Hake care of its load. V Si ., 1 v qi us ioaa. i I Eat less, chew it more 1 - " X -rrZlr. and use Wrifjley's alter ' every meal. I j es2 A It keeps teeth white, I i EL breath sweet and com- ' " bate o I ' it. IWkTlaaatXUtUlMl1 llK,lt "" '"""ts 10 Sa U ' n. H I llWrsaaP ' 1 1 In m nrw form. ' " fjh lfei e flavor Lasts Country dsns. Woman was driving In the ods anil s. charmed was Mie The tlftr , I views. Ilio plitnpM-i tif slher l.es. Hip ragged lillls till wood. Ili.it for quite n wliile hlie forgot about time, mill n tlelinlt :ipilntini-in. n Intrs the Chicago Journal. Suddenly. Iinuever, Mie tt'ineirliercd mio was ilue nt...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 November 1922

"4 ' t 1 ft f f I. 0W1NG8V1LLE OUTLOOK OWING SVILLE. - - - - KY. I'nblishcd Weekly, t I Entered according to act of Con gress, st the Owinpsville, Ky Post office as second-class matter. THE OUTLOOK'S subsrsiption rates are as follows: One Year 1-5V Sir Month 7J5. Three Months 4Tk!. Tlll'USDAY, XOVKMHKK U3, li'ZL E. D. THOMPSON, LESSEE & OrERATOR Owingsville, Kentucky. OLYMPIA .1. W. Swartz and family, of I'nitl Y.-t Virginia, are vi-itinjr hi mother lr. I.iizie Swart. HolM-n Stattin, of Cattettsbur-:. vt-:t.l his iiitlior- M. I.. Staton otto ilav la-t week. Mr-. Clyde Voim- was in Owiiirs- villi" one day last week. Huni!on Stull, Herbert ll..!f.'.w..rlh and .John Allen, all of l'inovillr "en tile piets of Mr. bull's brother, j Corbet t Stull here several days hirst eeV. K. M. Swart, wife and daughter, of IMiu-ville, M. M. Steele, wife and daughter, of Kussell, Ky., Y. B. Sw.ut, wife and mh, of Oalleher, V. V.i, and J. H. Swartz and vons t.f Winelte-tcr, .-pent several days the i...

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 November 1922

tr - 9 1 W 561 1 1 V I 1 Help You Run the Ball htmg home the kacoat, collar the blue vase, carry the message to Garcia, etc 1ITTLE Raisins, full of energy and -iron, will put the pep into you that nukes winning plays. Use vim like it in your business, too. One hundred and forty-five cal ories of energizing-nutriment in every little -fivetent red box that you see. Comes from fruit sugar in prac tically predigested form levulose, the scientists call it so it goes to work almost immediately. Rich in food iron also. Try these little raisins when you're hungry, lazy, tired or faint. See how they pick you up and set you on your toes. Little Sun-Maids "Between -Meal" Raisins 5c Everywhere Had Your Iron Today? Gentle Repartee. He (sarcastically) 1 you call that thing on your head a lint? rfce (Idly) Do you call that thing ' ". hat a head? Iteration rrrtdur dlarabl an1 'lime atarmlnc avrnrlom. Wrlehfa tnaTan Mable rill. Hlmnlil. the dlrra lllYroct to function naturally. Adv. Pruoent PAuse. "...

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 November 1922

2t 7k 7 I . - . .5 'ah:' V. : ISVILLE OUTLOOK ILLE, KY. Published Weekly, Entered according to act c Con press, nt the Owbgsvillc, Ky., Ptwt offlco as second-class matter. TIIE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as follows: One Year $1-50 Six Months 75c Ttirno Months 45o. THUUSIUY. NOVEMBER 30, 19. E. D. THOMPSON, LESSEE OPERATOR Owinprsville, Kentucky. PEBBLE 1 A Uo-incli snow fell here Sunday rnt Several from here attended ncmiiiRbiirg i-ourt 3londay..Y good many hogs ere butchered hero last eefc -Thr Ttaanksgiviiis turkey V market closed here last week at 40". x William Stephen-; and . 'i,,,rnl, . ' n..),riv nnl i-tcr, Mr. . - LVhittim were in Maysville Usi .ti..rt l);ivis sold a calf oimp for !. H- arroll Woodard were Monday on buMiies. , it Okln, was, here -.ick: .Mrs. Fran tied with blood Vrtt is sonic . Hbert fiarrett jb ' 4 s bahv has I l Salurll ,.ith rel-V - Vaneyc visited v Ash - . Belle ' ?. Tri In tjlit- rac t , intil'l .against ls$nc Shi ant, a dam:.gc Mtit. which follow...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
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