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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 March 1897

i Owingsville Outlook. I. K. KSTI1.T.. I'ihi.ifhkk. OWINGSVILLE. - KY SUBSCRIPTION, SI YcAS IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. MARCH 11. Iv.7. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. Wm. G. Kamt-vy is a r.i mlul.itr for the Democratic nomit.:iti.:i for County Judge of li.illi. Election in November, INi7. For Sheriff. fi-orge T. Youii. of Ow iiigvvillc, li a candidate for the Democratic nomination for SheritT ot Hath county, with Seih Holts, of Sharps burg precinct, for deiity. Johnson M. Atchison, of Wyoin it.g precinct, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination f,ir Sheritr of Rath county, with S. C. Uas.-oin, Jf.t for Deputy. For Jailer. Wf are authorized to announce Samuel T. Jones, of White Oak, a candidate f'r the Democratic nout ination for Jailer of Rath county. Election, November, 1S97. John Jackson, ,f Preston, i a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Hath Co. D. S. Nixon, of Preston precinct, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Rath county. Public S...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 March 1897

dShnirmrnn?hir 00k. t VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MA11C1I 23, 1897. NO. 37. S r. ir r r r -, 9 -... -.n''e'' - Genuine Vulcan Plow Points at Jxo. A. Kamsey k C'o.'s. Smokers. Attention! Try the "Engagement Ring" Cigar, at It. T. Gaull's grocery. 27-4 The first throe Uays of spring, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, were all that could be desired. The ladies of the Methodist Church Will give the first straw berry festival of the season. Shrout bas the largest stock of Furniture and Undertaking Goods in Bath Co., at lowest prioes. I will soon be ready to do car riage painting at lowest prices. Robt. Cotlk. Hogs still advance in the nar i. ts. The top price in Chicago Monday was 14.25, and in Cincin nati fUO. James Harper, of Catlettsburg, formerly of Bath Co., is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Boyd county. Buy a Ball's Hillside Plow. It is the best Hillside Plow on the market. Iron clad guarantee. J mo. A. Ramsit k Co. John L. Vice, of Bethel, bou...

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 March 1897

V t- I. 1 4 V f -V ' I v.'-:;v 'hi - t f owinosviiiG OUtlOOR. D fx ESTILL, Publisher. tWIKOSVILLE. t i KENTUCKY. THE STRANGER WE TOOK NOT IN. Fti- ilweii amnni; us ir a jrnr: Vur-e iN.u; hi i;at her. lul tear IiojHti dti; front many v tMiulrje The :;tv iat ft:.- I i tl n toUte. A lotto. t:ltvli il. i t ,. :,.... .ss, ir.tt. .She I urn-J to;. si jt.i iu Ii. ..r , ! r. Then ank uniid i he ii 's !in The fctrniiju-i , ti'ttu v iNk not in. I'm. I he lil tvr never ktievv I low eranU the wo k -ie In l (..:., AuU di il lii Joins, not nob i..;i IShe w hu inter, it not ont-l. mil. the !! hi-r tluiy, aMii;ht n .t ;i i. . 1 hroiiKh ;ir niivtti. .hhI :;tt.i i:l U l-'neh . -the i:rv. nun t- i.tlL-; u. ilnu I he sti ur.i r horn i (tnk not in. Hut -hn he died we knew her .eMh, AuJ how her life hl 'er;-it ! t artti. V learned how :he for lo- hsul lout, d. V p;!d how i;rt"iitl w had wtoiiov The hourt thut huinrer-d for our aie. Ai d nirht J our w-nry load to share; tut hut-I'y klndii-.- eouM site w 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. — 25 March 1897

' - . v - ' . -I -it ) r 1 1 1 i:otii EXKCUTKH. Pearl Bryan's Murderer Pay the Pen. Ity on the Scaffold. JfkM M4k aa I'mmxlal Allraipl IS all a; -Neither M..I. Mtate aaeala aa Nra.ia- fcrtt Jsrk sm. lt.My Itaraea aw A.ara. X:wrKT. ky., Mar.h .larksoti and Waliini; eri' at T::' Saturday morning tittfri-d to prepare them at'lvi's (ir tin" last. IWx: 1.4'e lra4'd with them and tlicr Haiiir Hirer Iiviiitis: "The Sweet li and lly," Mallinc fa anrite; -ihI I to With on 'lilt We Meet Atrain," and "Tin- Halt Ua Ncer loUl" Thou the preacher offered another grayer. Kxtt Jackson, a he Appeared During His 1 rial Turnkey Krcd Maiirer, tf tin- ' injton jail. aent a inrsa-jo to Walling front Miss Kiiiina i;l4'rt It a: '"Die aiiio." lie said that lie would. Walling then made a touchuiir ap'al that he lie permitted toMt Mvyiir I'iiiiioi'L. Although it was against the rule, the request prante t. Major I'lii nock was aent (or, ami tliey hail a lon talk. Kev. Mr. I rc offered then an other prayer. Jnst...

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 March 1897

Owingsville Outlook. D. 8. K8T1I.1.. OWINGSVILLE. ri'BI.IHHKII, KY SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. MARCH 2.".. 1M7. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. ir r !...... . ...... - '. .- for the Democratic nomination for County Judge of Raih. Election in November, IM7. For Sheriff. George T. Young.of Owingsville, . a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of It. t It county, with Scth Botts, of Sharps burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchison, of Wyoni ing precinct, i a candidate for t li Democratic nominnlion for Sheriff of Bath county, with S. C Bascom, Jr., for Deputy. For Jailer. We arc authorized to announce Samuel T. Jones, of White Oak, a -aiididntc f'r the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Hath county. Election, November, 1897. John Jackson, of Preston, U a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Bath Co. D. S. Nixon, of Preston precinct, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Bath countr. Public School Superintende...

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 April 1897

f if t e r L VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLK, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, A Pill L 1, 1897. NO. 38. 11 "V 7 'I I s ' 7 -3 . -. ... - . - r . ...... . . . fJ - V ' c M - KiHw-Mrd'a oft the ah-taiik ; Winter' on the wane; SpriiiK'n coinioR, gentle Annie; (lit along, 'Lisa Jaue! The mad-dog season is at hand. A liberal discount to buyer, at Mm. Eatill'a. all cash Born, March 25th, to Mr. Mra. Gould Clark, a aon. and The cold anap gave the fruit cloae eall if it did not kill it. Born, March 47 th. to J. T. ( Buck ) Ginter and wife, of Forge Farm, a aoa. For the prettiest millinery, latest novelties, and ao cheap, go to Mr, Estill's. Some of our angler are indulging ation" this week. I will soon be ready to do cl riage painting at lowest prices. KOBT. COVLE. Smokers. Attention 1 Try the1 Enjracement Itinc" Cigar, at R IV T. Gault'a grocery. 27-4 Shrout baa the largest clock of Furniture and Undertaking Goods in Bath Co., at lowest prices. Several of the town folks have had their gardena plowed and are g...

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 April 1897

Otvlnosvllle outlook. D ft, K STILL, PublUh.tr. CWIXOsriLLK, i KENTUCK? HOME-MADE SUNSHINE. What ere I th Usy r ly W'hnhr fflooiny or brifhl ihnnkyT M hat cat I hat Ir. wraihrr may leT fold or warm 'Ha thr wn to mr. I or my drar home skWi ih-r at alvaya llu: Ana my litr home weather (the day thrn'l la "beautiful mmmer" f rtm mom till n.iht. And my leet walk ever in love 'a true lihlii. And why? II. here t my ! tM, I'oUom inc me round on ht it-ailr-a IWt. tmihiiK on me thro' IiIm wft hliie eym. And rUttdt.tn and tnihtenina;ni indoor And tnly father, mtth lti.,. true h. art To lahy mi1 me, hoii.'-' lMttr mrt Mia fae W nunhlne. and me rtj.i,- In the muiU" heard In hi loit:g vol--. F hy ahotild e heed --mm the J qcVv The alHnn or the ih. of the aeaitu-r and Kky Of the outaide world, mhen ere littsy all iay Mantifaoturina; aunahlne whl h fudea not aa ? TVith amflea, wth fc ., with -a,-e at 1 with Joy Path r and mother, and liahy-tioy Wc are living each day in Hie n;ir.hinr . . make And l...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 April 1897

3 i --r aw ' WIUfcsriiEAl Is tha Damage From Water in the Mississippi Valley. kiaimn Itreak la lh Inm Krf-ortra I ftiw ( aim, III.. ! :.. Ky., a l4laara ml 6V Stile. Ik Ki H h II Mil Vll. St. I.h i, March ?.. H; ioroca-i of the povernnient aicriial service that the Miwouri and the- I per Mississippi rivera wouU riae to the danger -mint has leen well veritied. and new high water mark have been made. That atreteh of low laut country on lth aide of the Misaissip-'i river from the mouth of lie Moin.--.tn the lii'.l. below Hannibal, Ma, kii.1 Quiner, UL. ia under water. At ijuiney the record t-umlav nifc'lit U l.:i leet with a ruinjf river. 1 hit is two feet alxvo the dan (rer line, t.r.-at M:f?Vriii has lifalii-ii the farmer in the b.l torn aWut 1'ul tuyra and WrM. tjuinoy on tlie Mi smtri ki.le. Tliia .a ol urerllow has ruined every lowland farm from Pal myra north 41) unlet to l,t tiran-re. Should the rise reach unother foot every railrod in the vailey will have to be a!ndonrd. llorlo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 April 1897

tr 1 c 6 t . ! 1 4 .1 J Owingsville Outlook. """' OWIXGSVILI.K. - - KY S'JBSCm?TI3N, (I YEAR iH ADVANCE. TlirKSDAY. APRIL I. 1.V7 ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County JuJtiO. Win. (I. Rimi-v i a candidate for tin' D.'i'.UH'ratic nomination for County -'udge 'f lJ.tlli. Klcction in November, ISi'7. For Sheriff. Georsp- T. Young, or Owinjville. is candidate for the, lcii!icrnlic nomination for Mwri'T f Bntli county, with Setli Botts, nf Sharps burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atcliiwm, of Wyom ing precinct, i a candidate for the IVniorratic noniinntion for Sheriff of Until county, with S. C Buscom, Jr., for Deputy. For Jailer. We arc authorized to announce Samuel T. Jones, of White Oak, a cui.lul.iic f-.r t!ic D. iuiK-iat if nom ination for Jiiil.r of Hatli county. Klcction, November, 1M'7. Jo.m J:'.'kson, t l rem on, i a candidate for the Democratic iiom ination for Jailer of Hath Co. D. S. Nixon, of Prcr-ton precinct, is a candidate for the Democratic l.oniination for Jailer of Haiti coun...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 May 1897

r " ' 4 i I VOL. XVIII. OWINCJSYILLE, KKNTUCKY, THURSDAY, M AY 20, 1897. NO. 45. me 7 : i . - It 5 1 " .4 V - i See chanrre in the C. A- O. time table. Stenst-ine and Peeled Oak items got to up too late last week. Don t fail to a!l on Mrs. Estill and fee the bargain she will offer. Frost wss a very few degree away Sunday and Monday morn ing. Smoker, Attention 1 Try the Engagement King" Cigar, at R. T. Gault't grocery. Local buyers are offering 18 cents for wool. They are giving IS cent in Bourbon county. The funeral of the late Henry Carter w ill be preached on May 30th bT Elder AlfreT at Old Vir ginia The three-year-old son of J. E. Mann died of rmennioni and mea sles on Salt Well Wednc tv of last I week. T. S. Shrout will trade you a new vehicle for an old one or for a mule or horse. See him and save f on a "g?y- Except, perhaps, apple, the prospect for tree fruit in very poor. The young fruit if pretty much all dropping off. I am receiving now goods daily, and patrona ean rest as...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 May 1897

L 3 eV rv. Owinosviiie omiook. O ft, ESTIIA, Fbllhr. OWINQSVILLB. t KENTCCKT. WHAT TIME HE WENT. Wktt time tie went to rest HM llrt-J lanua folded o'er hi sinless hreaet. I mid: "The glory and the grace and light ttave left the day, and darkne holds the night; ' rtHMish a volts? whispered: "Doth nut Uod do beat?" That lime he went to real. XV hat time he went to rrat A ad hta cold lips were to Me mother a preat With a last k;e. I aaid: "Klrmlty la him. and life haih no sweet li for me! tl auli that voice: "Hoik not the Lord do u-m?" What time he went to real. f.'hat time he arent to real l"e tne tlfe'e aun aank down the ttoelre wrt The iwy ptravurra IVf t the living daan. The lliue Kere ailent and the spring in M! And atill that voice: "Shall not the I-orJ do brat V What time he went to rrat. Ftlli. atill the sunlight streams. Hut ever, in the mystery of drs-ams, I are hta mother klaalng him: I we Ilia dear irmi like a necklace circling me! And evermore: "Will not the l-ord do neat?...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 May 1897

- -.v.s... ava,s f T I"' ' 1 ' -. " J : 1 :-7 . r. i i I ! A .1 i i - s f ' . ' A i t . orsK '-.fa - Owlngsvllie ouuook. W-aBBBBm Bl Ik ESTILL. Publisher. CWIN0S7ILLB. I i KENTDCKT- Caisr JreTioa STt'Aivr and Attorney General Child, of Minnesota, have rendered opinio, that Indiaua in that atate have ne right to hunt at will out aide of their reservations. This taitu waa raised over the application of Dis trict Attorney Stringer before the board of pardona for the release of two Indiana arrested at Wyoming for vio lating the fame laws, Mimtakt engineers are practically agreed that no material for fortifica tion ia superior to earth. When flay ia not obtainable, as on the seashore, aand ia collected into bags and these are laid in regular heaps along the line of the proposed fortification. In such a fortification the balls from the enemy's iruns sink without doing dam age and shells explode harmlessly. WoMfi doctors say, and many wom en prove it ia practice, that by going upstairs alo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 May 1897

Owingsville Outlook. l H. KS1 11 1.. 1 ill. is.. OWINGSVILLE. KY S'JBSrRIPTWN, SI YEAR IN AOVANC THIKSD'Y. V.W SO. I.'s7. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Ore-jit JutifcO. We are .ni'lioi it J. to iii-ii:;- t' W. S. Giu'ge'l :is n c.in'id::te f.ii Judge of the 21st .tn.li.inl district, subject to the nt lieu of ill.' ll ptri lieari party. Tor County C'otk. We lire IlVtllol I 7". - - l to llll'IOll'IC I Samiul A. Hurler. -f Wy.,h, :, rundidute for Covrttv "l-rk of Baili v unty, Mi'-H-ri to ihe aciion of the Republican patty. For Assessor. Orn, K. Mmkw. lt. of Reynolds ville, is candidal!' for tin- t pub lican nomination for Assessor of linth county. Notick. Ol-ituarits.nii m.uiatrs. etc., tint toexcot d SO word, insi-rle.l free; (I fiui r;T''l for each ndt'.i t ir!.-l ei;;!itv w.nl". Cone-jov.d: lit will p"cat' re member to 'ii inii thtu so tLal they i!l reach u ' n t. n.s n Mm- l.sH till day. Thin mailt r is hi i. portant t us. . I t- omocMnK lerni. Tlit OvMN'iyvn i r. Oi li'i'.K atnl either if t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 July 1897

OBrif rink. mtnmm'm L I 8 m VOL. XV11I. OWlXfiSVILLK, KKXTrctfY, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1807. ISO. 52. v ...-;,; - . t . 0 - . 1- ,v . ' y'vi -' ' a 4 r i V. '"VI price 11 rut in good at M rs. ill kinds of summer Estill's. Knob Lick corpt. has article on -free" turnpike. The semi-annual report good i of the two banks appear in this issue Uetueiuber that Mrs. the placo to buy cheap cat.li. Estill's is poods for J. M. Kichart bought Richard i BisrslalTs tobacco, on Flat Crack, at 5c. Hillsboro corpt. has an excellent report of the Fourth at Willroy's woods. ' Goodpaster Uros. bought Newton J. Carpenter's tobacco, on Jones' Branch, at 5Jc. Geo. A. Peed bought A. J. Horseman's tobacco, on Nay lor' a Branch, at 5c. Smokers, Attention! Try the "Engagement Ring" Cigar, at K. T. Gaull's grocery. As Jim Miller would say, the thermometer was up to "negro" Saturday and Sunday. A shower Mouday night was linn and refreshing to humanity nud helpful to vegetation. Go to Mrs. Estill and she w ill gWe yo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 July 1897

i; Owlnosvllle OntlooK. It & ESTILL Publisher. OWIXGSVILLE. : : KEXTCl'KV, lilAlili A A JV JULY 1897. ffii. Tkw, Fit 14 15 16 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 Owiko to a fierce competition be tween the undertaker of Kansas City they are now offering to bury people in first-class style at ten cent apiece, lint in apite of this an paralleled bar fala the Kanaaa City folk are not manifesting an inclination to avail themselves of it. A clever workman in a cutlery fac tory in Sheffield. ha made a doaea pair of shears, each so minute that they all together weigh lesa than half a grain. Kach pair is perfect, and wonld cut if sufficiently delicate material could be found. Lying on a piece of white paper they seem no larger than piuhead. In Salouien correspondent of a Turkish newspaper announces that at the departure of the last train of wounacd for Constantinople Mr. Blunt, her majesty's consul, was at the sta tion and far cigaretttr rad sugar plana to the men. The Jews of vbe same town presente...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 July 1897

OwlDQSville outlook. It S KSTIL.U I'uhll.her. 0WIN1.SVIU.E : KKNTl'i'KY. THE COMING MAN. A, slr of cere chubby lees. Incased In aoartet bow: A r-alr of ll(tl atiilly hoot. w Ith rather doubtful tor; ' A little kilt, a I till ccat- " a mother rsn- Ami In! before us stands in stnta A. "ie future" "ceintnc man.' llii i i T rilin i ii in 1 1 1 1 Hi mm. And search tbekr unknown iri; TPer-chanca th human heart and soul Will onrn to their (ace: Terrhanee their keen and flashing- glance Will he nation a llarlit TMioaeeve that now are wist ful bent .' vonia "bit fellow ' kite. The. hand those little, busy hand TSo etlrky. small and brown: Those hands whose only mission seem To pull all order down: Who know what hidden atrenfth may he Hidden In their rlaan. Though now 'lis but a taffy stick In sturdy hold they rux? Ah. Messlnc on thnse little hands. Whoso work Is yet undone. ', And blesalii nn those little feet. VA'nose rav-e Is yet unrun! Aari Uentunga on lb little brain , Ttaat has nnl lear...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 July 1897

Owingsvills Outlook. ; It. S. II IM l'i iii.i.s:i Kit, I t o i:s m.i.k. - - ivY ! i SL'BSiniFTION, 'I YEAS IN ADVANCE.' Till IJSDAY. Jl'I-Y S. IMtT. ankouncekehts. For Circuit Juclf.o. We are authorized t announce W. S. (iiulucll ns n candidate for JimIc of th 'list J lulii-ial district, subject Ut (In- action of I lio Repub lican paiiy. For County Clerk. We are authorized in announce Samuel A. Barber, of Wyoming, as a candidate for fount- Clerk of Bath county, fut'jt-t-t to the action nf the Republican arty. For Assessor, f.eo. R. Mark ell. or Reynolds ville, is n candidate for the Repub lican nomination for Assessor of Bath county. Correspondents will please re member to always mail tln ir items that they w ill reach us on Mnn d.iy. This matter is seriously im portant to us. Notice. Ohitunries.tnrnmriaiii etc.. not to exceed SO urds, insei free: 91 charged for each a tional eighty words. Clubbing Terms. T: r win.isvh.i.is Oi tixmik and ;.lier 'f the following will be font f ar en....

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 September 1897

ffltiiiiMiiii in 00k VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1807. NO. 9. - G. A. K. Reunion at Preston Sept. 16th, 17th and 18th. The early corn ia ripening, and cutting it will commence soon. Crimp may bees pected to pounce down upon us at any time now. Next Monday will lie County Court day. Come in and aee us. W. T. Warner aold to Richard Donaldson three yearling steers at $32.50 per head. The State Conference of the M. E. Church, South, will meet in Mt. Sterling Sept. 14th. Bom, Sept. 3d, to Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, of Flat Creek, a daughter, their first-born. Ob account of lack of space wt were obliged to cut down some ol our communications this week. The potato crop is making an un usuall small Yield this year. The crop is truly small potatoes and few in a hill. Hamilton Scott, of Flat Creek, old 17 hhds. of tobacco in Louis ville last week at from (18.25 to f 5, averaging (11.50. Miss Anna Peters gave a delight ful social to her friends at her home on Slate ...

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 September 1897

9 r'-- tjwmasvuie outlook. Ol S ESTILU PublUher. OWlStiSYlLI.E. : KENTUCKY. SEPTEMBER 1 &V. I . Sm. Fri. Jl 10 24 Sal. 9 23 30 25 I T" H Kkoi.ish wotuen, as a rule, are taller vhau their American sister, ami the Yankee ladies in their turn can l..k do a at tlu- gentler mx lu Fraim. Till, influence ot the recent failure of tlx- Massacl.asctts llcuctit Life (.allot, ia likely to be far-reaching 1 Ins failure leave aWut one million dollar of uuiail death claims. Worse thau lliat. it leave thousands of hs pie w Ito. by rrasou ot agt or physical infirmity are unable to secure further tile lusurimv. Mill people suppose that all gold is alike vb'hea refineil; but this lit not so. Aa experienced nun ean tell at glauce from w hat part of tlie worl.l a fold piece comes, and. in some rasi s, frtim w hat part of a articutar gold dis trict the metal has lieeu obtained. Australian gold, for instance, is dis tinctly redder than that from (ali form. 1'lie I'ral gold is the reddest found anywher...

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 September 1897

' '-l. -! " ' V OwlngsvillG OutlooK. U S ESTILU Puull.hcr. OWIXJSVIM.E. : KKNTIVK GHOST FAIRIES. Vhfli th. opaa flrr la lit. In Ihr evening aft-rt-a. Then I like to rome ami nit Where the fir ran talk to me, Fslry stories It ran tell. Tales of a forcotton ra"e Of the fairy hots that ilmrll In the ancient chimney la-e. They are quite the sti-supest folk Anybody e-er knem. Shape of ahailoa- and of mika 14VIMK In the chimney flue. "Once," the fire sIJ, "lurs- e With the wind liny n..l to rv. Gypsy falriea. (ii gihl fm. , l aniltiK In the Im-UI and srov. Hither wMh the tr.H-s thejr mm HMInir tn the lot:"- and here, llovertnit alove the tlame. Often onie of tlwm apiar. Fo I Watch, and. sure enough. I ean see the iMtric-. Then. Suddenly there cornea a puff -Whisht and they are rone acnln? -r"rank Iemrter Phennin, In Youth'i Companion. CAPTAIN GLOSE B rAFTAIS CIIARLKH KIMU. (Opyrgrbt, ISN, by J. R. Lipptrcott Co XII. The Christmas holiday were coniii.(r n at Walton Hall, where, sore strick...

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