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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 April 1898

. : . --.- ' v - V Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SJBSCRIPTtON, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. KuTiri' fllul iinricsitu-morianiS- I etc., not toexcecd 8 words, inserted free; (I charged ftir each aildi-j tional eighty words. Correspondents will please re-mcn-Wr to alwiv mail their items so that they will reach im on Mon day. Tlii matter i seriously ira p.rU!it t'J us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owlnssville Outlook and either cf the following will be 6ent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal, $ 1 .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune, SI. AO. Outlook and LoulsvilleWeek- Dispntch. $1.70. THURSDAY, Al'KIL SI, 1HSS. TUESDAY'S WAR NEWS. Karly Tuesday morning the Senate, by a vote of 42 to 35. ami the House ly 810 to 8, adopted the Cuban res olutions agreed nioti by a conference committee. Tht y read a follows: "Reolv-d, by the Senate and House of Representative of the Vniti Statesof America in Congress assembled: !. That the people of the Islan...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 April 1898

flmr itiu. r i II ii VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, ARRIL 28, 1898. NO. 41. -1 . - i A v.-, !. M M V. . . sassy - - . j i ' li : S ! . " .' ' I 5 t .Vr; '-,J . .- - --."i sCrs. ,-' . WS Tobacco Hoes all sizes and price at Jno. A. Ramsey A Co.'m. Corn-planting will generally be later than common. Celebrated Tiger Hay Rake. Full line. Jxo. A. Ramset & Co. Bora, April 25th, to Juntos Hat ton and wife, near town, a son. A fall line of Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mower. All sixes at Jno. A. Ramsey A Co.V Export cattle hare come through the winter in better flesh than usual. Hare von seen the Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel MowerT It is a daisy. First vegetables will be later than usual coming to the table this year. owing to the necessarily late plant Ing. The onlv real bargains to be ia Owingsville are at Mrs. Thomas S. Barnes, of Howard'. Mill, cut off his finger while cutting stock teed in cutting box. Price a Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mower at Ramsey A Co.'s be. fore...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 April 1898

Owlnosvlils OlltlOOK. a ESTILU Publisher. 'OWINUSVILLB. t t KENTUCKY .ALL THE GOOD WE CAN. If tlie eunethtne never cranf Inl hovels dark and nd, If Ite a-torie never shon Save iriim everything "' (14 If tt acMtOTFd not Ha beams Over haarta by orrow chilled, WouM tha sunshine do HI will? Would Ma mataloa ba fulfilled t If tba nn never bloomed Sara for irtadaoma eye a Ion. If their nesvuty and then- grace FVc the weary never shone. If tha never brought a amlla Ta tha trayslde rser-ly. rVvull the roses do I heir tank While tha houm of summer tlj? If tha btrdle sang their anngs Far from every listening ear. If they poured rtiem not abroad All the earth to clad and cheer. Would lha birdies' work be done Era tha autumn hreeaea rail ? Ere the gold and crimson leave O'er tba (rave oliummrr fall? tha eunahln of our smiles We have scattered not afar. If our rose kindly deed Bloom not where the lowly are. If our irorrla of hope and Joy Never fall ta blea and cheer, I lave are dona our Maker al...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 April 1898

A PKClkEK ISSUER Spanish Government Declares War Be tween Soain and tha United State. Cm loath tn-area trailed malm Nhlpa Lraea tmanUh I'mta lur Kiilta t t-paia Will HHtaerva Ikarinff In VI art M tliKlli. April 2a The f.ill.nvinjjiU-4-roo jrazi-ttol Suiuluy: "li tUmiut te rvlation. uro broken off ve"n Spain anil tin l uitol Mates. Mi-i the ktau of ar lvinir Ivpiin lie-lvo-rn the iwtt rttiiiitrii's. iitiimrittiK iuslions of iiiti-riiatinliul Ian ariw vliili taut Ih' irvily .l.lin.-.l. liillv ln'cau-4- the iujiistuv an. I )rovo atiiu 4nio from nr a.vtr-aris. miuI it is liny who, lv their ilt'tt'Mahle tim im-t. have cause! thin rav cuiiMirt.'' The rtiyal iht-ree thru says Suain iiinuiK hor ri'lit to have tccourx t j4 iv,(vriii;' and aiiiioiiiitvk that for be I'rvMMtt tiuly auxiliary rriii--rrs nil! lie ! titul urn. All treaties with tiie I'nite.l Mates an aituulleil; :ai ilays atv irivt-n I niieil Malik ulii-is to have Siani-ii tun, otlil the rules t.ia:lt u iil I'ltst-rvi' ilur iiijr ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 April 1898

- TsajJJFV L i Owingsville Outlook. OWIVGVII LT - KY ! SUBSCRIPTION, l YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Ohitiiarics.memoriams, ; Kt, ntl to exceed SO words, itiscrt-d free; fl clinrjreil for each addi tional e ighty words. Correspondents will plcac ro rreniher to alwsys miiil their item no that they will reach us on Mon day. This matter is serious!' im portant to ns. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owlnesville Outlook and either of the following will bo sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Woek Courier-Journal, $ 1 .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlookand LouisvilleWeok ly Dispatch, $1.70. TrfTIlsnAY. AIMMI. 2S, 1H.W. Progress of the War. At 11:24 oVWk a. m. Wcdnes day, April 20th, President MeKin- ley signed the CiiImio revolutions passed by Congress, and at the a me time tinned the ultimatum to Spain demanding that nation's withdrawal from Cuba and giving it till Saturday to answ er its deter mination. A soon as the Spanish Minister to the United...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 5 May 1898

' ft . - , - y 5 VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1898. NO. 42. l(Tihiiirinriiirii2 (11 001 )8 ' - :.v T - WO i i i i s . . - -. 1 ; - ' -m i .'. V .--- v v :'. f V . . ' " ' . r . i " : - j. All site of Vulcan Plow poinU t J no. A. Ramsci A Co's. May day (Sunday) was as silk. at fine Tobago Hoes all risen and prices at J no. A. Ramsey A Co. a. Next Monday Court day. will be County Celebrated Tiger Hay Rak rull line. Jo. A. Ramsey eY Co. Willis Morgan, of Forge Hill, 1 una diu nil wueiwii mtrrcascu iruinyi V $4 to 117 per month. A The onlr real bargains to be found in Owingsvilla are at Mrs. Estill's. Many cattle, mostly cows and calves, are dying throughout the county. The cause is unknown. Have you seen the Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mower? It is daisy. J. J. Moore, west of town, thinks his mule colt that was threeVfeet ten inches high at foaling is hard to beat. Ton can rely on everything that you buy from Mrs. Estill being the latest style. I Casey Conner yatt...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 5 May 1898

. i N -..-,r- 5 ? . 1 - t A - V .i V V . ' ' v . - I V.P ''V I I Owlnflsvliie Oatiool H a BSTILU Publisher. OWINUSVILLE. t : KENTUCKY, t THE PRIME OF LIFE. Oh. bless lh glad sun warmth and light! Anay. my love, ne'll nand.r. Te where the larch shlnre given and bright Ag-alnat the dim wood yonder. The young shoots eprout so ram to-day. The old oak k-avee in railing. nd from the coiifitre faraway I bear the cuvkoo calling. Hark! there among the hlfzh rim trees The thrush sings whore he settles; And eee. below, anemom-e rut fort their blushing petals. Does not the port trll how eor!rig Affects a )-ount inan'a fancy? And so my heart turns, while I vine. To love and you, my Nancy. Each step new charms doe, nature add. New beauties still discovers, Ts make this old world young and aind For us, young. hapy lovers. Ours la the Joy the lark feels there Tuning hla song to madness. "Thank God that we are young, who share And feel the younc year's gladness." The let our years be sad or gay. And...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 5 May 1898

- - . .3 I 'I 4 I ..I ."I . t I : i 4 x . ...... :-"r:i. ... V - . v.. bC3- -"-'-:'-''f "V ' '.Tr Ax 1 A VICTORY rile 11 i li if f mil. A Large Number of the Enemy Killed and Wounded. Three Vessels of the Span ish Squadron 5unk. Other Vessels of tic Plict Were Sunk to Prevent Capture. The Commander of the Don Juan Austria Killed. The American Iss of Life Was Small, ami Our Ships Are All KLrfit. Utrat IicjoH-inr in Vasliiiieioii Owr thf Rsolt of I hp First Na tal KiuMfp'nK'iit. II I Tho-arM la Offlrial lirrlm Thai Coax- Unrrr'l I He-mi v. irlorjr t'-M-raa-adair na Karljr M -f Ik. War. Huso Kosu, May 2. A-lviee from Manila ktate thai t'oi-nuo-lor? He-aey opt-nod a ktmnp cannonade against lite ripanikh puardinjj the liarlxr Sun day mominj. After novel tjphtinp hr retired to place hi. taouniW in kafi-ty, then returned to the attack. After paining a deeisire victory lie retired in the oftinp, without the loaa of a vk1. thoa'b hia littof killed and isouikI.iI is said to he heavy. The crui...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 5 May 1898

' . a---' ; s n. u tt Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY SUBSCRIPTION. SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. NrtTicit. Obitunries.menioriams etc,nt to exceed 80 wnrd. inserts! free: f I charced for each addi tional eighty words. Correspondents will please r member to !r mail t tn-ir items that they will reaeh u on ln dev. This matter is seriously ira- j)rU:.t to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owlnesvllla Outlook and either of the following will be 6ent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twtce-a-Week Courier-Journal, $ I. SO. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune $1.40. Outlookand LouisvilleWeek ly Dlatch. $1.60. .Outlookand Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.85. THURSDAY, MAY' 6, 1898. LATEST WAR NEWS Dewey destroyed the Spanish fleet at Manila. The enemy say so, The land batteries were silenced ton. Dewey gave until 11:30 a. m Tuesday for the surrender of the city, under penalty of bomb ird tnent. It ia reported that M ha capitulated, though not finned. mil The American fleet waa ap...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1898

gtjje (Hit i fllH. t u VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1898. NO. 43. ii ji ii ii ii ii 1- Tobacco Hoes all sires and price at Jno. A. Ramsey & Co. a. I fa a cold day when it snows in Mav. That' a what it did last Fri day afternoon. Celebrated Tiger Hay Rake. Full line. J no- A. Ramsey & Co. Charlea G. Whaley.of White Oak, old to J. W. Corbin a two-weeks-old male calf for 25. The onlv real bargain to be found in Owingsvills are at Mra. Eatiira. r Born. May 3. to Mr. andNglra. Clifford McCIain, of Salt Wefta on, their fi rat-born. 1 ITare you aeen the Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mower r It it a dairy, jrTbe big mastiff of Jamea Smith's and Jailer Jackson's dog botJjJWied I of poisoning on the streets !unaay You can rely on eTerything that you buy from Mrs. latest style. Estill being the EMer Parker will preach at the grove near Frickly Ash bridge on next Sunday afternoon at S o clock. The "genuine Brown" ia at the head of the Double Shovel Plow family. Try ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1898

i t v I " I . ' - . r . . ' m i V' " - - i ud Bah. 1 aa avtaCA. ... . ..v.',, V owlnosvliGoutiooK. Dl a ESTILU FwblUber. "INt.SVIM.E. : KKXTIT. K IN FOG AND MIST. Moraine arsy as any nun. Mo, a bint ot comlnic tun, Foe and mist. aero the dawn. Hv their heavy curtain drawn. Dripp-lna branches, latre and brown Shall V am 11a or a hall are frow n? Hear tha voices faint and far: AU unatfhily aa we are Kvery trea heart hold wlthla Faith lu nature 'a discipline. Bo wa wetcoma aktea like Urese, Welcome all her nij-steries." Roaa trees, shrouded In the (loom. Do yow ever hope to bloom? "What of dreary mixta ouuldcT Happy aerreta do we hide. All lb (lory of the roae. 00 our folded buda Inclose." Robin. In a world forlorn, I V vow. frown away the mom? Shake of wins and wellnur throat "Nay. 1 Bins my caveat note; rvr old world. It needa my lay. Under a Ire ao dull and cray." Khali I then, when rlouda atiae. Meet t hem with deapalrlna co? 1 et my heart for KM It a faith. And my hope ao down to ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1898

AX KMJACKMKNT. (OjIMODOUK dkwky. DEFINITION. mW-9mTmWmmrmWmmr- mW9mr-umr-mr-mmr -aaaaj-aaaar-vVVVVawawVVVaVVVVHHV saT saT aW mm m I I s STATE ITEMS -9 999999 5-9 -?3M 3 3-9 THOMAS SIHCLAIR, A tiatr Kx-tamatU-t, HamMy tint m A th lla-for Ha Is Arranlaai am mm t tiara. KKANki-oi.T. Ky., May It. TIW Sin clair, a uvin'ton t-K-tNinvii't, is in rutus tri'ialti.. aaiu. lie nas only iv IfaMti from tlit prison la-l . l.. hav ing arrvrd nix war, for linr-v t-lcal-injf. I.aU I'uciay n.ruriiMi In i'nt Ui tin- rcsult-nav f ll ijrlu wcll. on Kast Main Miv-t, and tiiul iliT Mrs. I'ri)rlitw-ll alone, atti'iupleil toa-sault lu r. in attciuitin; t piir atit Iter, lie ran Muare tiiiu a iHilitv man and aa lH'iel u; t-liared willi mliMirderly cttiulut-t, a charge thai was afU'rward ehanut'd to atlein t. l raji.. Tuesday niirht lie attempted toeoimuit cuieide in the citv jail. Sinclair is a viott.il criminal and lta-a-amc iiitttirinus ly complicity in llie tlicft of alumi S-1.0tH) worth of IuiuIht al (li...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 May 1898

4 1 f Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SUBSCRIPTION. SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice . Obi t tin ries.incmori a m s. etc., not locxcecd SO word. inserted free; (1 charged for each addi tional eighty word. Correspondent mill please re member to always mail their item o that they m ill reach u on Mon day. This mutter is seriously im portant to UP. CLUBBING 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. SI.40. Outlookand LoulsvilleWeek- ly Dispatch, $1.60. Outlookand Louisville Dally Evening Post. $2.85. TM'USDAY. MAY 12. 1X9S. The Latest, Tuesday. Sampson i still on the hunt oi the Spanish fleet. New of a big battle due any time. Transports w ith arm and sup plies for the Cuban left Key West Tuesday. Other will follow quick- Congress voted thank to Dewey unanimously, made him a Rear Ad miral, and 1 10.000 appropriated to sent ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 May 1898

i If V VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1898. NO. 44. 1p dllT aok. 4 V, "A y r- I V t r ''A r a Tobacco Hoc all siae and price at Jno. A. Ramsey Co.'s. The locust bloom Ulatc and very lubt. Born, Ma 6th. to Mr. and Mr?. Bobt. Shield, of Flat Creek, a so Celebrated Tiger Hay Rake. Ful line. Jwo. A. Ramsct A- Co. The only real bargains to be found in Owingsville ara at Mrs Estill's. Three trains loaded with aboiA 1,200 aoldiera passed westward over the C A- O. early Tuesday morning on the way to Chickamauga, You can rely on everything that yon buy from Mrt. Estill being the latest style. Have you seen the Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mower? It is a daisy. Sam and Taylor Bradley caught tn Ucaing river near Wyoming Monday night a 37-lb. catfish on a rhey sent the fish here Tuesday, Red, yellow and white Sweet Po tato plants (good ones) at Brother Goodpaeter's. May 19, '98 The "genuine Brown" is at the head of the Double Shovel Plow family. Try ona. A powerful rain fell...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 May 1898

Owlnosvil6OiitiooK. Dl ft ESTILL Publl'iier OW1X.ISVIU.E. : KUNTIKK. A BLOSSOM IN THE SOUL, Aero aa at pie nr. from out your store. Cut a thla transverse shit, through (rain and cor. Not auarteruic or ranging with the etem. There, In the center, an artistic sem. Safe IB that casket, suarded and concealed. Held to th llrht. la unto you reveal. Ferfect In outline, though Ion hid In Bloom, la limned a perfect, shapely apple blown: The aplrit of the Mosaom. from the pat Preserved within the apple'a heart to last A aeal and symbol, though thus vrjjod and mute That blooms are rsally aoula of liix-nrd frulL That blossom one made fragrant far and wide. Lias arented anow. but who thought It would hide Wtlhln thla body aa a aecret ahrine. Perfect In form and In ghost-like outline. Proof of I he all-Important. cia1some truih. That old as may raisscas the heart of youth. Men missed Its youthful presence, thought It dead. Watched for Ita disappearance with varur - drd. Lone miased Ita beauty, th...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 May 1898

' , V ' - V v. '1 '-' -' ' t . . .-V - V . ' i -ST -" - ... - v , vf j 4 i.' V..' i - I - . ' r 1 . 4 5 STATE ITEMS s LASHED BY WHITECAPS. Sltiara Nrror aal "iv. l kiln lirain Vr SCagalalnca at MfalillrslNMSMiEh. Ky. a Arrests. Miniu I r.oi;m .n, Ky., May VI. Fixtecn jrrH-n anl live white resi dents of the 'ihrr I he Kliinc di-trict. w hicli is the uu'.licr.t hicality in Mil fllt'KlHtroiiirh. were taken front tlieir Imhiics Ly a liami of ta liite men iii Iis fruis. wearing the head pear of white raps. The viotims ir.' forced to march tucyond tlio city liiiiit-s here they were lound and I lie lu-.li aii!iil ill a thorough manner. Tlicy were afterward severely lectured ami sent home. The identity of tin uieu who ximinisu-rej the uuiliuicnt i un Lnou n. l,tiN;io. Ky.. May It'.. Tlic S-o-nd regiment, divided uo into tiattal ions. will be aw follows: 'irl batalion. aj. j. r.mory Alien, lA Xin'l..n, UeU- ' non. Winehesur and I'aris coin- iwuie, arri.il I onpri. aAljlllanl; ee- 00a itiaiut...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 May 1898

-uvingsvine uuuook. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SJISCRIPTION. tl YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obitunriee.meniorinmp. etc., not toe xt-ecd SO ords. insert-d free: f I charged fr rh addi tional eighty words. Correspondent will please re member to always mnil their item sm that they will reach u on Mon day. This matter is seriously im portant to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owlnffsville Outlook and either of the following will be sent for one year for the price narned: uuuook ana i wice-a-weeK Courier-Journal, $ I. SO. ' Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. 91.40. Outlook and LouisvllleWeek- ly Dispatch, $1 .60. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.85. THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1808. Latest War News, Tues day. There is trouble sure for Uncle Kara on the water. Three more of the enemy's crack armored big cruisers, the Cataluna, Cardenal Cisneros and Princess de Aeturias, of the same general character as the Vizcaya, are reported otf Mar tinique. This makes a truly for midable naval force in ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 May 1898

: - V ... J t t - t 1 l VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1898. NO. 45, ' . r""-.J' (littitiimriitiSlmf 001 Vrl7 II II U J I V ) 3 L 5 .;. 1 Cavalry horses ;:1 .4 i ' :f 3 t x i is 'J ?' I. . - a v.. .' Tobacco Hve all sisos and prices at J no. A. Ramsey C . a. The Kentucky M. K. Conference will convene at Fleiningeburg Srpt. ltth. Celebrated Tiger Hay Rake. Full line. Jao. A. Bamsit k Co. W. B. Scott, of Bethel, hai had n increase of pension from (IS to f 17 per month The onlv real bargains to be found ia Owingsville are at Mr. Entill's. Decoration day will be observed at the Purvia graveyard, near Oaigs, on May 80th. Have you seen the Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel MowerT It is a daisy. There will be prayer meeting at the Christian church at the uaual hour Thursday evening. You can rely on everything that you buy from Mrs. Estill being the latest style. Cook, of Flat CreekN eek loWn. Peal fourV to YW'm. Peal fourV at 80 ner head. I , mt The horse J. S. Brown shows 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. — 26 May 1898

- . OwinosviiiG outlook. & , SSTILU FaMlsher. WWWGSVILLE. KENTUCKY FAME'S COST. i Oh. aeern net things of lew dearee. Ajtd etch (or wealth aad ium; sr bat tar court humility Than burdens of tba g-rent. Far ha vhs wins ambitions flght Can Borer ba at esse; Be trains, 'tu true, a worldly heig-tit. But baa a world ta please. Far ceres Inrraaaa as honors crow, Aad la his new aatata Ba ends, though, bright thoaa honora glow, Tla thraldom ta ba treat. T"hs Batterers that about hlni throng Bach baa soma dole ta ask j Ta plsaaa theas la no Mle none But berculaan task. We value thing aa they appear. Nor count tho root nor pain Which Una tha road to that blight sphere Tho anno! enea attain. Fame la bo roral heritage; Ita unaia ara fraa to all; But wha Ita dlsstrnt heights would gaga Must risk tba dlalcot tall. i algh not for aatbttloa's i Ita aeopter aad rta crow a; Tmmt lira tha klndr head." Though pillowed upon down. UjtK Seaead. ta Chicago later Ocean. SdHsWsBwrSra A CLEW BY WIRE Abb) ...

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 May 1898

5 STATE ITEMS BLIND TIGER. A Fight la MaHH. Rr., ta W talc-a line Maa ee eVatallj Shot 4 Itinera fcerl eajly ljnrrlt .-n.i.asT. iv.. .niv -l l.i-iialli 1 hrHk frttlii Mallie. a hamlet in Knutt county, north of here, says that in a ircneral fi-jiit there Ui'iii ,1axll, Toiu and Noah Craft. brother-., on one e.i.le and William ami "ISud" Justice on the other, Noah was fatal.y shot tlirre time through 'be abdomen, and Tiu and Jason lioth received serious flesh wounds. The fiirht occurred al a blind tifrer" kept by the Craft boys. "lUfV Justice, aged only IT, did miad ' M the shooting. it is hardly thought that Noah Craft will survive the day. The Justice boya were arrested and placed in the Knott county jail at Himlman. The ("raft boya are well known throughout east ern Kentucky. More than .VI shot were tired in the battle, yet the Justice boy never received a ahoU Keatacfcy Harare for ttia Cavalry. l.i-xiroN. Ky., May SI For the vavalry, horses by the hundreds arc leingf purchased in ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
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