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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 December 1896

Owinqsvilie Outlook. rrjti.iHm.. OWIMiSVII.l.K, KY. . . I SJB51iaUiULi YEAR IN ADVANCE.' Thursday, dkc . ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Judge It. V. l:y, f Mt. Sterling. i a candidate for 1 I m-r:t if noir.itmt iin fT ireuit Judge in I lio Twenty fir-it Judii-ial distrii-t. -im .1 if the rouMit'S of Rath. Menif'e, Montgomery and Rowan. M. S TvKt, f Mt. Stirling, in a candidate for the Doino-rat i- nom ination for Circuit Judge i" this (the 21ft) Judicial dit-tri.-t. Charles V. Xcsbitt is a candi date for the Democratic notnina tion for Circuit Judge of this dis trict. For County Judge. Wm. !. Ramsey is a candidate f-T the D.'ni'wratio nomination for outity Judge of Hath. Kleotion in November, 1S07. For Sheriff. George T. Young, of Owingsville, is h candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Hath county, with Seth R tts, nf Sharps burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atehinn. of Wyom- i rig precinct, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Hath cou...

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 February 1897

mmm vol. xvii r. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEMiUAKY 4, 1807. NO. 30. i mi mii mi The gross receipt of Miss Ingcli' lecture here were f l.. Genuine Vulcan Plow Point Bt Jko. A. Kamukv A Co.'s. The death lint in thin county the past week is remarkably Urge. The first robin of the year was heard in town Saturday morning. Sam V.Johnson shipped a car load of hogs to the Cincinnati mar ket, Saturday. Born, Saturday night, to Mr. and Mrs. John W. bbrout, on tne rres (on pike, a ton. Vim 1..rl It.rnA. will Ker!n teaching school at Harper' achKtl- houae tea. bib. Monday's sleet did the fruit more damage if the local pomoh.giatsare to be relied upon. Smoker. Attention! Try the "Encasement Kin"" C'icar. at II. T. Gault's iroeerr. 27-4 Clell Hatton bought or Jamea T. Peter twelve acre of land on Flat Creek for (600 cash. Geo. A. Peed bought Moses Fitz patriot's tobacco, on Prickly Ash, at 5 rent per pound. The Ilillsboro mail wagon failed to reach here Tueaday could not get across Lickin...

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 February 1897

' ! s ; X si. Owlnosvjiieoutiook. O ft. KSTILL. Publisher. OWIKOSVILLB, I KENTUCK. Louisiana now remains ibc only Mate hich con fora the suffrage ihmi for eigners in alliance of naturalisation. At Providence. 11 1 they arc building an electric ship, with 14 ro-l!er, w hich it ia said will have a -ed which will drive it across the Atlantic in three tint a. ' Prof. Iiicharz and Ur. krignr Mcnrcl, of Iterlin, announce aa the result of iiitcstigationa extending over 12 years tl.at "the density of the enrlh ia uch that the whole globe weighs M.i.M tiillion tons." Vests woven of tine chains that will turn a bullet are being worn by KnplUh Kialetmen and millionaire. Cenut takcra in Massachusetts who have to ask old maids their age are talking ol importing a rnr lot. That the gentler sex ia fast becoming enianciated is shown by the fact thai in there were in the United blales SS women vtoodchopi-rrs. It: l-urtcuilrrs, Z4 hosllera, 19 sailors, foui locomotive engineers, 23 plu-drrcia, (! bla...

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 February 1897

f 3 Owingsville omiool! D A. KST1LU TublUhr. OWINGSVILLE. t t KENTUCKY. THE LITTLE COMFORTER. I Rl-.i.H nt rail nl fortune or at fat x !W' I i the Uik or l.lit I J...r a lvtsi p i(t rii'K to Itie Vr :i i los n ! iitsht. l'ut fr iiuw Mtilt Uh Iv;:. It athvvay kIimII tw ma J storm iiini'KI villi traiulv a, lnrc ih tu'h of aiiK lsm-rt 1 n. i;itl at r.Miun-f-orat fate "nit IiiuIit lv own tv Iilllo qiiin vi'lk h-r' t ho imhi Wail Ant lit n wit h Iht . . I 'or in thi" t-y I - t nt On luriiii. iH. n.( i!it iitl..v s whtrt th ttifUU mus ai.ti .tivim! 2 .!: M not i-i! nl fiMiunf oral fat W h ;jr Ptlll I f I the Im at t It. r rImI li at t. hii in lif. ' iwiligbt latu Jl rrwy Mini mic(! l-OV'l MS still ll'.l Ht. on ii v h-art. a tliri? Till livU a mhito .ik-1 Miiil.ti:. k's lii ami up it ! -rank Lt. Planum, in Atlanta Constitu tion. CorvwrnT. tit.. Burr Huhts. r.RT iii. CITAPTKli II. -- otim 1. 1. ".Tell. I rion'i wt.n.l.i! Il. i.-;.rt all the women at-Kingr te w lio - tlmt .ititl looLiiifr 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. — 4 February 1897

Owingsville Outlook. i. h. kbtu.i.. OWINGSVILLE. I'l HLIHIICK. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE.1 TM'RSDAY, FKIt. 1, 1SW7. AMKOUMCEHENTS. For Circuit Judno. Judge H. F. Day, of Ml. Sn-rlinir. is a candidate for llu Dcimtrralic nominal ion for Circuit Judge in tho Twenty-first Judicial district, com oscd of till counties of Bath. Menifee, Montgomery and Bowan. M. S. TylT, tt Ml. Sterling, is a candidate for tin- I ctnocr;:t io nom ination for Circuit Judge in this (the 21st) Judicial district. Charles W. Ncsliilt is a candi date fur tin Democratic nomina tion for Circuit J udge of this dis trii-t. For County Judge. Wm. Ci. Kamsi-V i a mndidate for the I)eniMTti imniiiiution for t'ounty Judjie of Hath. KUction in November, I !'.'". For Sheriff. Coore T. Vonng. of Owingsville, li a futulidati for the I.'liuveratie tiominatioii fur Sherilf of lUth county. ith Si-th Hotts. of Sharps burg prcinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchion. of Wyom ing prei'itiet, i a candidate for the Democratic...

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 February 1897

v (fit je VOL. XVIII. owingsville, Kentucky, Thursday, febhuaky 11, 1897. NO. 31. 01W. W Ml II II II II II UN I II II ntf Bv Lindlv returning ihat book you have of mine you will oblige John A. Kahkkv. Smokers. Attention! Try the Knsrairoment Hine" Cigar, at K T. Gaull's grocery. 27 Christopher Meruit hey, of Salt Lick, baa been granted a federal pension; also, James M. Brown, of ihrpsburjr. Full stock of Oliver Chilled VIows and Repairs, xot Boots, but genuine, at Jm. A. Uawski & Co.'e. F Kikt. Ten acre corn land, 4 foe tobacco, with bouse, barn and cardea, on l'riekly Ash. Apply to D. G. W. CoKKEB. Boy a Rail's Itilteide Plow. It it the bet Hillside Plow on the market. Iroa clad guarante. Jo. A. Bamsei A Co. TTastfu. A good stallion; will l)uv or farm. Price must accord with the time. Applv to Dr. G. W. Cose- Mostr t Loak. From one to ten thousand dollars, for Cve years, at 5 per ceat. For information apply to Airx Co.e. The nanjKer of people, wanting to rent farm is almost wnp...

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 February 1897

2- Owinosviii6ooiiooii. B . ESTILL, Publisher. OWIXOSVILLB, , . KEXTUCK?. TWILIGHT. After the sun nrwn rtom n in the wont. And th day's last cK Iiik cmlx-m slow ly die. And fades tit clory of the unct kI, There rmn an hour, of all l In- day nie lwt. The twilight hour, when nni sr laid t j ix M Actum the fit-U the deep, cool shadov j lie. No resiles ecphyr alir the sic. pint; rv. c. A lid all the little birds have smiiilil I It -u IHSt. Fl.iv.ly the iilht rornfi crecpiiiB uVt the I lid. Koluln the earth In cool, rcfrcshi.-; fliatle. alolst'riliiit each fevered flower a-d U-uf and Made With gentle dew. distilled , Ii, v. n ti hand. Pe soft It comes that ere they drink tin r mi. The ralm nlcht reltrns on wood and 11. 1 I aJ Mil. -Clarence Hawkcs. in rtcluresqur Worces ter Nor III. part in. CH.M'TK.ll HL- oTixti.i. My brother wrote to me that the evening after you left the burying par ty picked up the ImhIv of what they le lieved to tie a mulatto woman liu on the slope. It was not Hose,...

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 February 1897

- e. S. 5 MAXIMO COMEZ Mt Great Doubt a to the Sincerity of the Spaniards la Their rreettiaml trr..raas la ahe- .V I wrr Hrrln Miot be a alwa kkarpahonlrr 1 ho l.mrral Nr. rweljr lai. lielMg Khot. New Yt.itk. Ib. h-A KHvial tliw at-li to the Ili-raM from Havana, .'ut.a, I Vlmiary . ia Key WVst. I'la.. .vn. Wej lor.'a attempt to arranr fr a secret conference with lioiner in San ta Clara over the question if the pr.i Neti rulan tv Witts lias prore.l a complete 6le. tie. llamoF evnt wor.i, it is sa'ul. that lj won I J not confer with lien. Weyler iaMi aay Milijtvt n ltat-iT ami refuet to snsM-t hi in umler any a-'.rt-tiiiitaiu-e. V hile tlie i-rU-l 1. a.'. r .l.ultel the sincerity f the tanU!i pnmiiiii ul aud deelaret that the p--opoel re fornix wotiM not W prtnniilate.1 in pood faith, lie '.r.--,l a iiiiiirrm-t.s to meet any accredited a.jent of the irovrrnnioiit. except .cn. Weyler. for the purpose of trivin the iiiNiir.-iit views on theiiii-Ntioii IhencKisoi ti.-ii tiouie.V. rcfu-al...

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 February 1897

(J ! Owingsville Outlook. It. H. KMT1LI Tl BI.I8HBK. OWINGSVILLE. - - KY. SUBSIRIPTI3N, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. FEB. II. 1897. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Judge R. F. Day, 'f M. St-iiiifj. is a candidate for the Democratic nomination f.r Circuit Judge in ttif Twenty first Judicial district, nimpiHi'il f the counties of Itatlt. Menifee, Mi)ii!jfiinry and Kosan. M. S Tyler, f Ml. Sterling, in a (-audi 1 :t t c for the Democrat it- nom ination for "i (nil Judge in tilt (the 21st) Judicial di-niel. 'limit's W. N,-hitt is a candi date fir llu Democratic nomina liun forCircuit Judc of litis dis triet. For County Jud?e. Wm. G. K.-iinst'V is a candidate for tlif Democratic nomination fur County Judge of llnth. Election in Novcnbcr, I!7. For Sheriff. George T. Young, of Owingsville, I candidate for the Democratic nomination fur Sheriff of Haiti county, with "v-th Bolts, of Sharps burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchison, of Wyoin ing precinct, is a candidate for I lie Democ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 February 1897

00L r 11 t VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLK, KKXTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEMlUAllY 18, 1897. NO. 32. m vr II II U I II Jl 5 .- . -VI. r s .ft - . -: Genuine Vulcan Plow Points at Jxo. A. Ramjet & Co.'. For the season, Saturday and Sunday were day delightfully bright and springlike. Smoker, Attention! Try the "Engagement Ring" Cigar, at R. T. Uault's jtroeery. 87-4 S. C. Basooni, Jr., hat been selec ted liy Johnson M. Atchison as his running mate for Deputy. By kindly returning that book you have of mine you will oblige Joaa A. Ramsey. T. S. Shrout leads ia Low Prices on Furniture, Buggies and Under taking. Satisfaction guaranteed. Don't forget to see T. 8. Shrout's Large Stock of Furniture before buying, if you want to save mon ey. 3i-4t WisiiB. A good stallion ; will buy or farm. Price must accord with the times. Apply to De. G. W. Cokher. Janes Cockram.wbo was killed by Beauregard Haywood at Ticktown, was a brother-in-law of Jo K. Rates, of Salt Lick. Mover to Loa. From one to ten thousand dol...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 February 1897

t owinosvliis oimoon. O. ft. ESTILL, PunlUhar. OVVlXQsVILLE. i KENTUCKY. Edison's latest discovery. Jit w nich hi ran illuminate (he interior of man. Mill I apt ta throw "that tired feeling" into a panic. The best place for money, after nil. is banks or investments. A Xew llanip hire farmer put $500 in a p'gty and the hops ate it. The he of tlie nation is in education, more than in its wealth ami iiuiiiIhts. During 1SV6 $Hi,i-oo,iihi was gucu lo various American colleges. You cannot scari? smokers over a re ptrt of a famine in Havana toliacco." They know ton well w here l he hulk of it has Ihvu grow ing for the Inst few years. Among tlie eontrilmtioiiK for the moi Ircently received in an Ohio town werr two aira of skates, one pie. ami '.'.! in sisible hairpins, all from tlie same kind Learted individual. The public printer at Washington states that he ha the largest ami most complete establishment of the kind in the wwld, and last year lie used 5. 4a." tons of pafier. against -.7 1 ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 February 1897

m:hiciiaixkzzai:. Kai's Like a Eird's Claws, Hair Likg the Eagle's Featherv tin Kine Wai lrl .-.-a . Antony Mm mm4 AtA .raa Unto otn Nn Hkl IM-araaa' Till lttrf t.waia Or. salvics.-'. Sfmw Pr. Talmaet-'s ulij4t Sun-lay was: '. Kinp Kitting lira." ami the lest, Paniel iv., ::;: "11, o same hour Mas the thing iullillcil ihii Nt-liut-ha-lne z rar; and lie w as ilriven from men. and iui eat grana us oxen, and hi. ImhIv was wet wilU Ilio dew o( heaven, till his hair were exxvn like ea-rles feathers and liis nails liUe birds' claws. Ik-tlcr shaile yiiur cyci. lest they 1- put out w itll the splendor of IS.ihy Ion, as s.itue mornm you walk I'lilwillt el jehadtier..iir ou the riiMi-ii-iiiu liridft-s w liieh li: :rm the house tops, and he shows yon the vastness of liis realm. As the sun kindles tie domes w ith ;iihtt-tiiii;-. almost insuf ferable and the preal strccl. thunder up their mp into the ear of the monarch, and armed tower stand aruuoJ, adorned with the sr-oils of conquered empire'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. — 18 February 1897

Owingsville Outlook. IV H. EST11.I.. I'1'UI.IHIIKH. OVTIXGSVILLE. - - KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, lt-97. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Jude. Judge B. F. Day, of Mt. Sterling, is candidate fir the Democratic nomination for ircuit Jiolue in tho Twenty first Judicial district, composed of tlie counties of Hath. Menifee,. Montgomery and Kowaii. M. S. Tyler, or Mt. St. riing, is a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Circuit Judge in this (the 21st) Judicial distiiet. Charles W. Nesl.itt is a candi date for the Democratic nomina tion for Circuit J ude of this dis trict. For County Judge. Wro. G. Ramsey is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Judge of Ruth. Flection in November, For Sheriff. George T. Yotinfi.of Owingsville, is a candidnte for the Democratic nominatioii for Sheriff of Itaih county, with Seth Bolts, of Shurps hurg precinct, for d-'puty. Johnson M. Atchison, of Wyom in; precinct, is a candidate for the Democratic iiomination...

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 March 1897

V H If VOL. XVI II. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TIIUKSDAY, MAllt'II 4, 1897. NO. ;m. TO o I iiMmmm V :5 1 J . -ft : P -ft 'il r AU roads are traveled thickly now by spring movers. The entrance of March, Monday, originB rhiUcd plow nnd gnnrnn was eufUciently lamb-like. I fpeJ ,jj CJti,.s 4r monPy rt.fUnd- Genuine Vulcan Mow Points at Jo. A. Kamskt k. Co.'a. Dorn, Feb. 27th, to R.ibt. L. Rlcvine and wife, on Flat Creek, a daughter. Sinee the ben fruit is abundant and the price li down for that staple. Born, to Mr. and Mn. George Karrick, on McCullah'a Branch, Feb. 2ti, a eon. Capt. E. Q. Well !t week sold weanling "teer calf to J. B. Good (kaster for $25. A few tobacco beds have been burned, but nothing like the amount in former years. Farmer are having very good luck with their spring lambs, not as many dying as usual. Reuben Fiersall rented the 55 cre farm of the Stephen Clayton estate for f C5, Monday. Plenty of timber and coal went down Licking when the water got down to the proper sta...

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 March 1897

OwlnQsville oumook. D ft. ESTILL, rublUbcr. bWIN'GSVILLE. : KENTUCKY. WHY THE WEDDING WAITS. I rtr thought I'd K'uk my mind nrxl tun? I weal t Maria. Init -ttioyU mr m-'k- a oiai. r o' .if! PT v-rj time 1 struck a onl 11 orti-i- trtmkf an ivur.i. An I hut why I n't II ym . lien thf mtiMiu's romin" ! I lonkHI at hrr -wtiin M tin- fl- M.-ttlu rlfrht tho-rki like twn r d ros Iter yrj like Inki- o i:b(. An I think I twill 'twas .-i..mii.' kim.t k'Vrlew likt nn' ffvo. An that 'a iihy I ruti'i tll you un tiif -a.-ittlm' U to .! T'ic qni't it teot gainful. u i-im-M lrrr a f. nili. r fall; a, an l-oiit a a i:triijr a th- ku.uM a t4 I tit jvh II , I'.it a( l:.At I "Vmria!" an' n!u itin; .) an' I'tok-ii nt P.f, Ai t.ttt' tiy I -.ni'( tt ll j on -i-ilu-n th tVfil.lirV f to 1 I'm c... at t ampaii hm Im-. nn' I nl- ;iy to in lay u. t; Ktn ;ivk my riind In tni-tin nn' p;r-: " lUii7.iM' iilr" lU't tx lift! Marij's my si. if 1 my ihV- An i h I an'l t 11 yi.it v.tVn i'i. v. lUm is trt I ! If vonifn ...

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 March 1897

Qwlnosvllls QUtlOOK. T9 . EST1LU I'ubll.W. OWIXQSVILLE. i KKXTUCKT. Paradoxical as it scents, hut times tiiiv br rxjcctd hen the new art illerv hell rhnijsnl with fro-n tlvimmite rowes tit to dw in the next w:.r. ArcordiiiR to the deduct ion? of a well Vnown a st 1-0:1011 ter, we receive us much liht from the nil ascouM I riiiitlctl l?y 6mi,(M full moona. Anil et we lire not baiy. TivsM aliy Ahmv ill New York was tlechu-ol liy Jill-re Aiulrcw tt li.? Illegal, ami lie further ileWanl th-it cilheials hail the rijrlit to interfeie mil prveut such ehitii1:oiis. Tiie prcatcst living urilhc.iitv on In ftian statistics culciilHtc thai frnti ."(.OOO.IHKI to 40,(ii.i'O0 mh le M-artvIt wse the M-iiMit ion of liuii-er---i:i not know the --liiir of a full h except in the iii.-iiicm M-aMin. i .ie railtitH' across Silt-eria and con nect in St. IVlon-liifK with the I'a-i-ifie ocean, now in oriHt'RS tif 4nst ruc tion, wilt lie the loncrsl milvuij in tli. v.orld. It wil! open a last territory nj nia...

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 March 1897

Oivingsville Outlook. l. m. K3TU.L OWINGSVILLE. I'ruunuik, SJSSCRIPTIOK, $1 YEAR IS ADVANCE. THURSDAY. MARCH 4, !K7. AM;:ouKCEr:TS. Tor Circuit Judyc. Judge II. F. Day, of Mt. Steilieg, is a candidate for the Democratic tioiniiiaiidti for Circuit Judge in the Tentv-fiit Judicial district. composed of the coin-ties of Hath, j Menifee, Montgomery and Kouan. j M. S. Txler, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Circuit Judge iu this (the 21st) Judicial dil i i. t. Charles W. Xohitt is it enndi tlatc for the Democratic nomina tion for Circuit Judge of this dis trict. For County Jur'jja. Wm. G. Kmiisrr is a candidate ' r the Democratic nomination for 'ounty Judge of U;.th. Election ; i November, 1S'J7. For Sheriff. George T. Yo-mg. of Owitigiille. 1 a candidate for the Democrat ie nomination for Sheriff of Rath county, with Scth Holts, ofSharps burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchison, of Wyom log precinct, i a candidate for the Democratic nomination for...

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 March 1897

. -m T, V"W ft . ..'-V .. - t VOL.. XVIII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAKCII 11, 1897. NO. 35. gfte 001L y hi ii ii V II II II II 7 II II Born, March 9th, to Prof, and Mr. M. C. LaPrelle daughter. Genuine Vulcan Plow Point at J to. A. Kamdet A Co.'. Smokers, Attention! Try the "Engagement Ring" Cigar, at R. T. Gault'i grocery. 27-4 The weather remain mild, but alternate between sunshine and rain at short interval. Full stock or OliTer Chilled Plow and Repairs, hot bouib, but genuine, at J no. A. Ramsey A Co.'e. The bluegrass is greening up in the yard plats and pastures that are not too closely graced. T. S. Shrout leads in Low Prices on Furniture, Buggies and Under taking. Satisfaction guaranteed. Born, March 8d, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rudder, of Craig neighbor hood, a daughter, their first-born. Mrs. Keturah Wilson, of Preston neighborhood, was granted a pen ion as widow of a Mexican War soldier. Waktko. A good stallion ; will buy or farm. Price must accord with the times. Ap...

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 March 1897

v C; Owlngsvlllc omiooK. at ft. ESTILL, Publisher. .WINQSVILLB. s i KENTUCKY. GLOOM AND GLEAM. IT slutted o'er wintry scenes and Mid: "The un tii hid. the skies arc lead. Th world S cold and dark and dead. And I am weary or It all.'" filth hoful eyee, ahe smiling lold How InauVn skies were lined Ith gol.l. And blossoms waited 'nesih the mold l air spring's sweet mutrrn Ion rail. "Alaer aa Id he. "fair, nek I May. That bring-a the apple-blossom a:-iay And cherry Mootn. lears hot h away Bad t (e of youthful hopes aoon slain." "And vet." aald ahe. "depart tt.g spring llesnovee the bloom that fruit may cling Be eel tyne of hoes that. dying, bring Fair virtue's fruits and aol.len i;ratn " June's rosea all have thorns." he cried. "The fairest flower la latrlied with pride: To-morrow will the rose have died. And naught but thorns remain for nie." "How sweet." aald ahe. "the thorat busk gross a fair a blossom as a rose: The thorn from recollect Ion goes: Tha rose blooms on In memory. With a...

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 March 1897

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