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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 September 1897

JOwingsvil!e Outlook. O. I. KSTILI.. 1'uBl.laHBB. OWINGSVILLE. . - KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. SEI'T. 9, U. Correspondents will please re member to alwars mail their items! ao that they will reach tm on Mon day. This matter in seriously im portant to us. Xotk'K. Oliitiiaries.nu'iiioriams. etc., not tnrseot-d 80 aords, inmrt-'d free; $1 eliarped for each addi tional eighty words. CLUD3ING TERMS. The Owingsville Outlook and either of the following will be sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal, $ 1 .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. SJ1.40. Outlookand LoulsvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $1.75. KATICKAL EEKCCEATIC TICKET. Fo ClCKK OF CVhRT OK Al'ITALS, JA.MKS U. U1NDMAX, of Adair county. Judge V. II. Yot, National Dem ocrat, will deliver a e eh, on po lltical icsues, at Ow ingf-ville Octo ber 1 1th, County Court day. He epeaksatMt. Sterling Scpterot'er 25th, at Flcniir.gturg October 7th, ltd at Sharptdiurjt Octob...

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 December 1897

xnr it VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DKCKM1IKK k2, 1807. NO. 20. tramp; j r 1 4 i i i 5 4 - ' Talbcrt Boyd, of Sharpsburg, gets an increase of Federal (tendon. Ramsey A Co. have their usual stock of handsome Chrl t ni a good. T. 8. Shrout ha a complete, line of Caskets, Coffins and Iturial Clothes. Prank R. Allen sold to John F. Johnson thirty 1040 1b. feeding steers at f 3.75. Don't fail to see T. S. Shrout's stock f Furniture and Buggies if ia need of either. VTm. D. Young shipped a lot of rattle, hogs and sheep to the Cin cinnati market Saturday. Tne FisrsT. We are pole agents here for the f;miou .lame K. I'ep x r Whisky, which is recognized hy by the In'st judges to lie the finest whiky made. We handle ulso Old Buck Creek. Old Monarch tnd Van IIok whiskies and the faiuotis Latknian Beer, lltf Fkatmak &. KT1LL. I will put shoeing back to old price 8o) Dee. 1. W. W. Cask. O.loss a, Ky. You ean pass the time pleasant ly by examining the niee holiday good at John A....

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 December 1897

2- ' OwlnosviHejMlooL D. S ESTILL Publisher. owijj :svi UK : K i:Tin K Tnr Winter palace, which is tli principal official residence of the ivjrt won the hank u( tin Xeva, antlnitli U" heruiitaire, which in ni i.etcd with it. contains the jrrrat Kmeiau col lections of works of art, jewels ami antiquities. Ka. li of iU four sides is TOO feet Ion g, ami when the ciat is in residence it is inhabited by some T.oti It is sai.l the state department lias a report frra Dr. Anjrell, l'uitel States minister t-i t onstantinoplc, relative la the claims for damages made by Amer ican missionaries against Turkey fir ieKtrueti.Hi t.t" niikMnn buildiu.r at Marash. show in:? ttai ,nu. .u jv m-t!lm M.Hiary put in a claim for $I.Mni worth f silk drcsiic and another for M-veral thousand for lost war-tlrols vlld iew- ley. As Kugli-.h pier tells of a Tory army oftieer who taught his Scotch col lie to lark and jrrow I tt linct.-r Mr. Llsdslone's name was mentioned, lie lived to bury hi, favorite pel. utidct...

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 December 1897

;- i -t J "1 .-J : . '.! '-:t ..-'! .' "I t . . m "I 1 . ... t i . . e.. ... . - '. v-V 1 - ' sT OwinosinoutiooK. IX & ESTILL. Publisher. OWISUSV1LLB, KEXTIH KY. WHY D0.4'T YOU LAUGH T Thy don't roa laugh, young man, when tt-ouMea oeit Instead of anting 'round ao amir and glum? You caur.ot hava all play. And suttsMne every da) ; When (rouble twne, I say, hjr don't you lauch? Why dnn't you laugh? Twill ever help to soot ha Tho achea and palra. No road In life Is month: Tliere'a many an onwii r-ump. And tnitny a hidden mump D'er which you'll have to Jump. hy don't you laugh? Why don't you laugh? Don't let your spir its wilt. Don't alt and ciy because the milk you're put : If you would mend It, now, IVay let mo tell you how: lust milk another cow! Why don't you laugh? Why don't yon laugh, and Biaka ua all laugh, too. And keep ua mortala all from retting blue? A laugh will alwaya win: If you ran t laueh, Just grin Coin on, let'a ail Join In! hy don't yon lauKh? -James Courtney Chall...

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 December 1897

t Uvviiicjsviile Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY. S J3SCRIPTI0N, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Corn-simndcnt trill please rc- n..iiiLr 1,1 Ibmi'2 in nil I heir items ki thai l hey reach u on Mon day. Tli in matter is wrinunly im Mu tant tu u. Nonet:. Ohituarics.mcnioriaii!. etc.. ih.i locxcecd Ml word, iiiht-1 i-il free; l charged for each addi tioiial eighty mi.rds. CLUBCING TERMS. The Owlnesvilio Outlook and either of the following will bo sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twico-a-Woek Courier-Journal. $ 1. 50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $ I AO. Outlookand LouisvilleWeck ly Dispatch, $1.75. THURSDAY. DEC. 2, 1897. If appeaiancea count President icKinley mill mon have Congress im hi buck on the Cuban question. Kit Jtirtitia mat ceiling," eaid the Frankfort Mate-house, and the ceiling over the old seat of Senator Dchoe dropcd illl a crash last week. The racing Austrian Parliament w as a reat J"ke to Mark Twain. He was much struck by the tuibu lctire. and kImi...

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 January 1898

1 e VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1898. NO. 27. (lit 00k. smt 7 ; 8 r rv .1 AT '5 ! fi 13 t :r ' n -15 V err. X . B '.t - - 'V t v : r eq AUCTION. Don't forgot to go . James union's and examine bin fiiM clothing now being mU at audio! The greatest opportunity of your 1 to tret flue clutliinp at your ow price. Ouarterlv Court convenes nest Monday. R. T. Gault told at Mt. Sterling liia pair of work raulea fa ISO, Piano for sale. Call Mm. G. E. Tbiboc, Owingsville, V. D. Young ahipi d a car-load of hoes to Richmon Va, Tues- day. I have a beauti I line of silk trimmings which will also sell at coat for cash. Mas. Emit. It la rumored that Judge W. G. Ramsey will appoint Woodson P, Perry Superintendent of Schools. W. D. Donaldson haa rented the John Craig farm on Prickly Ash and will take possession March 1st. James Clark sold the land on Flat Creek that he bought of Mrs M. Brother to J as. T. Peters for . Robert L. Wells, of Roe's Run, left Tuesday wr Reidsville,...

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 January 1898

Owlnasvine0atiook. IX ft. ESrit-U PablUasr. O vtJlasVILLB. i KENTUCKY. A LIFE STORY. - "He la too young to know It now. hut mm day he will know." Kugru Kit-Id. Attev her little sufferer's IkM. With all a mother' fric. She stroked the curly, tlirohhltm head. And amoolhed the fevered face. "He does not know my love, mv fear. Mir toll of heart and hand: But some day In the after years. some day he II understand; Komi day he'll know I loved hint ao. l Bora day he'll underatand." rIM U4 plays hi thnutrfftU-va part pts his childhood a lot. npleft on his mother's heart i and knows It not. qon: his nolny miUcs ruest f rtiMul ; t null sh waits: niirvheihl; : .. 1 . . It was liUOw (Vindy Gulch tv. Dorothy waitip her face marTeI)ualy like bia ow n in ita expression of enld, aet severity. Sh (are him wwtTnile, no eonventionul orda of freetinjf aa he entered. "Did you win the case?" ahe abruptly de manded. "Well, rather," he dryly returned, milinff food humo redly at her tenr agerneaa, aa he aup...

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 January 1898

V -- V- . S V J KKXTUCKY STATE NEWS. DORA CLAY Xa Hy fr.arapa IfrHh at f ha Haaila f lav Hnrtha-r. t'lll ICa-tiara . I Iu 'Ikvii-I.K, Ky., Jan. l.". A l irai iiT Journal seeiiil from Valley View, Ky.. frays: tJcu. Caskiiik M. Clay' young wife, laira. narrowly t-M'siictl dentil lYiilay morning at tlie hawls of her brother, V1I liicliar.lson, at whose liui' nhe lias lccn boarding ever Mint" she left ' the general two mouths aeo. Uielianl aou tired two shots at her with a large ist! at a distance of paees an. I then tire J a shot at Mrs. Joint liryaul, ! Ills mother-in-law, w lio was witli Mis. Clay. I The young wife ran to the homo of licr aiMer. Mrs. Kelly, M lion' slit' httip Friday night, j The shoot iii was the result tif a urrt-l lietwevn It'll Kichardsoii and Ills brother-in-law. Will llryant, tin' f former claiming that llryant was fay ing too much atU'lititm to lieu. ( lay's young a-ife. When Mrs. I.rvanl uml Mrs. Clay expostulated with him CU-II frrew ancrv and drove the wome...

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 January 1898

L- - ' .. - -; i -. - & , Owingsvitlc Outlook. OWING SVILLE. - - KY.; SUBSCRIPTION, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. KoTire. ObitiiHries.menioriiim. etc., not toexceed SO urdn. inserl'd free: 91 hrccd for each addi tional ciiihtv words. Correspondents will please re- nicmWr to iIkhto mail their items so that they will reach noon Mun day. This matter is seriously im portant tu us. CLUBSING TEFMS. The Owlncsville Outlook and either of the following will be sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-aWcek Courier-Journal. $1.50. Outlook a'i:d Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $ 1 .40. Outlookand LoulsvilteWcek ly Dispatch, $ 1 .70. THURSDAY. JAN. 20, IS'.'S. Proposed Pure Food Law. The member of the General As sembly favoring government regu lation ikTure pure food. lever ages and drug for the people' consumption will endeavor to have a bill enacted for that pur'iose. It will lie rvtr uiely dilticult todevue and enforce a law effecting that object without encroach ing iium a ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 January 1898

- - V X.! VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1898. NO, 28. ioiile Onr -. - v. V & ! ; ! 1 r m .- - - - . v ..-. . '- 1 - , ' AUCTION. IWt forget to poto James (iillon's and examine his flue clothing now being wdd at auction The greatest opportunity of your life to ire flue rlothinir at your own price. Piano for sale. Call on Mrs. G. E. Taiaoc, Owingsville There wax some vivid llKhtninjr ind rumbling thunder Saturday kfternoon. Oliver Hendricks, of Sherburne, ia now on Uncle Sam'a roll for pension of $6 per month. The mad-dog erason U here; also the time when does make their heaviest raids on the sheep. Owing to the high water SSatur dv the mailt to Ilillsboro and liethel were water-bound here. The Tax Supervisors finished their work last week. It ii thought that they increased aesessmenta bout 1100,000. Houses not absolutely waterproof leaked more or less during the heavy raine and wind Saturday and Saturday .night. Elder B. F. Parker sold his home nlaee. wes...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 January 1898

S "1 V'4 i r mi I V v A. ' :.f I ' f orara :'" -I- ... 1 sx.u s. . ' wsv a 4 1 uftlnosvlils OutlooK. a ft ESTILL, INbtl.her. nWINUSVILMB. t KENTUCKY. DON'T CROWD. , Wlwt'i th m of all thin shoinT Rltr folk crowdtn' down the small: Nodr why ttw-y can't be lovln' .' iuon diKerenre, after all. -V ''m Poofi " you. my brother, nlld man of mean. . tell ua, whl.'h from t other, new X-ray machine. -.- .n that I'd aillln, ' .....a. I'd nt an eaav north. Other i-aorl' hoiid be flllln' - I'P a 111 lie of the earth. I ahouM halepurdeathtofttHlma Grtn.tin' my estetei.ee out lloardln' rank to leave IxMiln.l m For my heirs to fi-ht alwut. Make me think of children layn' Makln' nand-heap on the hea.-h; llanilful onto handful laytn.' I tilth aa ever the' can n-ach. Till the eotnln' tide. a-fr..tliin.' Rends a ll wave toward Die land. And that pile jual melialo noililn' Mm a hummock In the rand. So. my brother, don't he (treedy. Kinder help tm cn our way: Them thai wealthy, them ths.'s iw.ly. Are the...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 January 1898

z A1 I w t V I' - V ut c s - i hi '. 4 asasssi -a - . r , ascssage to s , ' --i ar -" " V " T aa.iagiUoa - : s-vi . - i -S' ajsWfcWoo at t - 4 - I i 41 v." ... ' a a -s - at - - - is com . ,-. V -- ...-.' IN m as oaanBfaaaBms m - V .' - '. J I . . m - v - . . 1 KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. JAMES W. TATE, " 'Has. r.l-MU Tmmm f Kca- swar. Icalljr Israal. Four, Ky.. Jan. Si J. W. Tstc. Jtinir ex-state treasurer of , - .-licit of about tflCowrTTyears . now legally dead, if not acta-V- There ha always licen a "1- a deal of mystery connected ith Tate 'it disappearance, and it haa Wn rlaimcd y all hia enemies and many ' tii friends, that he n lie in Miue foreign countrv f.iyir.r the proceeds of liis lli PtUi wealth. The law in Kcn tueky is, honevcr. that after a man has, lut-u mihsintr for x-rrn years and nothing- haa liceu heard from hi in dur ing that time, that he is loyally dead, and it sit under this statnte that his. heirs recently broupht Miit against the insurance companies to reeover the ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 January 1898

Uwingsville Outlook. O.VIXGSVILLE. KY S J3S1RIPTI3M, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notick. Obituarics.tncmoriam. flc, not idfvm'J 80 words, inserted free; (1 charged for each addi tional eighty wotds. s V Correspondents will pleas re - member to always tunil their item N'n 'Jtjt they will reach us on Men TavTlrfci matter is seriously ini- p.trtaat to u CLyBSING TERMS. The Owlncsville Outlook and either cf the following will be sent for cne year for the price iiamed: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-JournairSil .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. ? 1 .40. Outlook and LoulsvilloWeck ly Dispatch, $1.70. THURSDAY. JAN. 27, 1S98. The House ot the Ceneral As. si i!il!y by a vote of 54 to 33 again rebuked those backinc the resolu tion at-king Se nator Lindsay to re sign. Pkesiifkt Doric, of the Hawaiian Republic, is at or on hi wcy to Washington in the interest of an nexation. In Congress it will be: Hark! from Hawaii, a Doleful sound." Got. Hkahley ar.d the General Assembly are ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 February 1898

r r 1 tv w 4V t VOL. XIX. OWINUSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FK1JRUARY 3, 1808. NO. 29. 1 - She I 111 U, 'v-JAa J 1 u i r v a i ' " Hill 5 iLJ L W Vv Is 7 1 3, X. AUCTION. The createst opportunity ever offered to the people of Rath Co. to get bargains in Dry Good, ( loth in ft. Hoots, Shoe, Hats, 4c. Auction ales every afternoon and night. Kverybody come, as I aell part of every class of good at each rale so all ran get what they want. Old stand. Main St., Owingsville. Your ref p., Jan. 27, '98. J as. Gii.lok. Win. Warner bought of A. W. lUacom three S-year-old rattle for $100, Tbs weather hat been snowy, blowy and quite wintry since Sun day morning. . Born, Friday, Jan. list, to Mr. and Mrs. Joha Ingram, of town, a daughter. near . The County ttoara ot i ax uper visor increased the total assessed J - ... - Mrs. Melissa Anderson, of Forge HllL hat secured a pension of $12 .ji . f a Kt-d The assessed valuation of prop erty in Bath county wat (2,633,955 The Supervisors' work increased i...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 February 1898

V s r r 1 t I. ? A- I v Owlnasvllle Outlook. D. & ESTILU Pabllsasr. OWINUSVILLE. t KENTUCKY. IN THE TWILIGHT. Ow ths dusky Vfrgt Of (ha quirt ses. Pkmljr I watrh emerge Th silver rim Of the crescent moon: ale. dim. The soft Mars, one ly on.-. whs noy (loen. Bteal out and llcht their lamps; For day la done. (ajh Hut. - l . V CHiNvthe halm Of eoniVrool evening wind Ruffle thv!ni: The llstenln ear WnlKht Can catch no souit.4. Pave when. In slumlM'r bound fearth turns aiul nlghr,; I'vaif rules the dHp. Aye. peace! across ttve dark fiar-aven sky. The Merht Queen's silver bark (Joes (lldlnK ly. With murmuring faint, the streams trosrse as lliy In their hid -lan'"-l.- slow IVpwn-drtii(ni( ik(' itllito from ihf i.es i- tike (loams Of love-born ,jsinis. Frail breaths of ! Of roses fair. Hhjr hints of miirnonetles. Rise through the sir From unseen gardens, there Peneath my feet. Ah me! how at their spell Psrlft fancies rise! ouchlng sympathies. t ail.len memories. And thoughta. how sweet!...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 February 1898

- " v V." " , ' - h : k y . i 5 1 r 'I r j I .s .., 1 s- :l y - v . - -"s-r' STATE ODDS THE LOBBYISTS tlwLlac a Aftn Mfw IWfair I hr l.rMMatare. l'khi. Ky . J.u. .T.--The lol.liy was ri-infor.i-.t l.v a groat lualiv in- mrivaUTu.-N.lav ilit. Tlio I ill- iiT l.ilK. llu-anli-oook trust a n. I ami vitrmviU' nu-asiiri's are tlu-kill'.-. Ik lii. li iv draw ; tlio puln oik Ih'iv just now. lion. I. M. Miaw. of apnkon.-la. O.. former lom.x-ratie i-an.li.lalo for liouU-naut irov.-ru.H- in Oliio. is. lioro au.l is kai.l lo I.Hkinr aftt-r tlie int.-i. sl til Miino Milan! industry. t'.Hinty AtUM-ii.-v Uanisay Washing ton, of Now port, is lioro working in inU-n-M of Mr. Itisliop's lull rolat iiif to llio eoll.-.-tums ..f lia.-U tav.'s a'ity Attorn.", llorat-o K.iot is also lu-iv. rvprvu nlink,' tho t-ity of Now pot t Ih foro tlio Mate IniarJ of valuation on tho stale ass -ssmoiit of tlio Nt'Wort 1ft ator wtH lv Tin- jiulioiary oommittoo V.-.lin-s.l.iy tnorniiig r. sn.-.l a.lirorsA'Iy tlio lull l...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 February 1898

- V s Uwingsville Outlook. j7 O'.VIXrtSVILUi, ISCR1PT10N, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. k. Ohituaries.nicmorinms. . -. kit tocxcced 80 words, inserted .1?" : v-lmrtl fr each addi- Correspondents will re member to always innil lhrWms o that they mill renrh iia c Mon day. Tlii nutter is mioisly im portant to us. CLUBBING TERRS. The Owinesvilte OutUok and either of the following t ill he -ont for ono yoar for the. orice named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal. $1.50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati nAmmnrrlal Trlli ii 40. -OtglgOk .TTid LoulsvilleWeck ly Dispatch. $1.70. Thursday, feb. a, isns. Tiir Treasury gold reserve is petting - big that it is burden some to the ofticials. It is ncaring flCl.OOO.ttOO. Thk rush is on again to the Klondike. The much greater por tion will come back poorer and sadder, if not wiser. It is some comfort to read ol t lie way the General Assembly is kill- ing till this week. It is justifiable ,-NfHii!iemieide, so to speak. Sitidex and Norway, ruled by the sam...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 February 1898

CL';lj0 I N jink W I IS Jl II A OL. XIX. OWINflSVILLK, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FUHKUAltY 10, 181)8. l.y St. Vale Next Monday will be County Court day. Wednesday and Thursday were crisply cold. Ire housing was ruehed during thefavnrablo weather lust week. r The thermometer stood at r.ero last Thursday morning, the coldest of the winter. The crop of ire Thursday and Friday was four inches thick, clear a iid beautiful. The rnowfUkcs Wednesday of last week filled the air about as thickly at times as ever seen. Commissioner Daniel Harper will ell, at Four-house farm, on Tues day, Frb. 15th, a lot of live stock, provision, etc. See bills. The Sentinel Democrat announ ced the marriage, Tuesday, of Col. Robert U. Stoncr, of Paris, and Miss iua lliei!t.r.. stepdaughter! of Gen. John S. illiaius, of Mont gomery county. There was barely enough sun shine occasionally on Ground Hog day, Wednesday of last week, to Hake a shadow. Six weeks of win try weather, but not severely so, is the indication acc...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 February 1898

i V .1 r ;1 r r 4 r OwlnflsvljieOfltiooR. U . ISTILU PabltiMr. l OWINUSVILIE. : KKTU KY "K.r, m bub na roa. v rath. tiM tb kitchen Are, Our li Ma.-k r.v?Hfr crow 'n oro s. 7. it hi iKN-k m ,.n)d mt tlr; Nn mr set up n' th stork "N" water Knnl.- ir nus th cow. N' Ak a gat er tr.kt'ii I... N'm aftrr l-rrkiH" tatti. 'plows 'N- nvothr feeds tl-. In. Tha pancake iralUe wouldn't K cornUred left on Marine's lait. A aorap of toaat. a hit of rm'at. 'N' aJI the lull it-hat no one ate, F)m put K In that worn-out tin. Throw out aome grain, 'n' n-tty quirk Ph holler nearly loud hr kin: Voim rhirk! rhlrk! chirk! chirk! rhlrk: chirk! chirk" Bo when ahe feed the rhtrken. You'd ought ot aeo old Top-Knot run, 'N' nanljr hop he' hurt one Ira; S fiha lava a 'normoua monmrua reel N'es Speckls, whh her new-hatrhed brood. A-durkln' to 'era ' hard' ahe kin. N ahowln' era the nl-r food h aela H fer'em out the tin. N peek tb other chickens. ox4 G "Sv-"r raTTcoinea anoopln' roun A" slyly peeks from hind the 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. — 10 February 1898

- 4 3 i t I Kw ,NS; t I if i , -4 i - . s a. . a a. . - STATE ITEMS INSURANCE AGENTS t taa Kot RIMr thn lata Krai ark r mm ' ( lwn lnM-rly A 11 anal m l.lroi. I itANkt.nu, Ky., l-'eb. 4. lu the house Thursday a iiumlierof bills ncre aiHam-cd lv second reading. These bills u.-rc killed by adverse report and tU-: M.-Kce liill (or Ih-ii--lit of circuit clerks, lio will have to pay Iwi I In- amounts received in the diapeof r5 i folonv-cas ttn, ami the 1'iU fkrkvitiiitv for taking lc posit ion, ia shorthand. The bill raisinc; the acy of consent Aas amended to make the ae;e of the male over lii years and tlica.rcof the fcuialc under 14 years. Tin- penalty aih fixed at imprisonment for not less than one nor more than the narn. . W a The hill was passed by a majority ami , were not in the custody of th' its tasxaL-e w as elim-hcd. I clerk, hut s-:ittcr..l aUuit the court- 1 he hill, aililiiic; a medical depart- ! house, tin' y ivjter p:irl in a room to niciil to the A. and M stale col a raw...

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