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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 June 1898

k Li- 1 . "t -r i, i i . KY, 5 J3SC!FTJ0M. f I YEAR IN STANCE. " Xotick. Obituarie,m"ri:m. etc., not to exceed 80 word hieerMi 'fi charged for ch addi . tloml eighty words. . Correspondents will please re member to J.TI maiUheir items that they alii reacbus on Mon day., TM matter it erlously im portant to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'n&svilie Outlook and either f the following will be tent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week CoUrler-Journal, $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlookand Loulsvi'lcWoek ly Dispatch, $ 1 .60. Outlook ami Louisvillo Dally ..Evening Post. $2.85. THURSDAY, JUNE 80 , 1. y i War's Daily Progress. y --t , . iA "Wkdsfsdat, jine 22i. v Major iirn. Wm. Shafter with hi - a-my of houl lfi,000 soldier, on thirty-two transports, convoyed by fifteo worships, arrived June 21st t a point twenty mile southeast of Santiago, Cuba. Gen. Garcia with '5 4,000 Cuban is fifteen miles west i f C. Santiago, read to co-ope...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 July 1898

tit VOL. XIX. OVVINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1898. NO. 51. 00 Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayer of ltath county nre rhrhy notifioil that tho tax 'r t!i y"r lS'.tS li:ivi luti mini out ninl plact'd in my li:inu- You lire tlimToro not ili.nl t rait lit my ollirt atul eottle. .1. M. Aminos, S. K.C. J.Cby Dinnan has for sale at his farm near Wyoming about 4CO barrels of extra good and sound old corn. lllarkborrir art now on the mar ket. Ion't fail to see the ltynos at the Court IIouc tins week. Next Monday Court day. will bo County Great reduction for cash in I.awn tnd Dimity wliilo it last at Mrs. Kstill's. See Odessa and Stepstone item for further report of the rain's tlatn- 5vu.r. or Ki:kt. My property in east end of town A pply to nie for particulars. Mks. Aii.sa O.aitov See Wyoming items for a report or the big picnic at Grange City Saturday. The Alice Hyno Company is here tliia m-cfV at ih Court House. f t.-; . . fntnriM shot were the gunpowdT'Ayoutes lpa.id here to the...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 July 1898

Owlnosviiic outiooK. U S. CSTILU Publisher. WWINUSVILLB. t : KENTUCKY THE LITTLE KINO. He came to bla kingdom at dead of ntcht, fOh. never cent to pay had he): The robes were line and wit h lace berllg-tit Of Ihla aeloa of royalty. da ata and slept and look hla raw, Oh. amrt cent to pay had he); No word he aald. nor cared to please, 80 very hick wss he. On each Una day he rode In atate. (Oh, sever a cent lo pay had he): With vassals true 10 watch and salt Hla allshteat need to are. Of everything ha had the beat, Oh, never a rent lo pay had he); Vltk mm a rare to trouble his rrM. Or a fear of atujht 10 be. And time goes on: he holds the throne: tOh. never a rent to pay has he); Ha haa the world for hla very own. This sctoa of royalty. Oh. time roes on. but hla klnr.l.im stand: Yet never a cent to pay he hei: And wa all keep atep to his awift com mands. With a-lad humility. -Emma A. Lent. In Good Housekeeping. A CLEW BY WIRE fi Or, Aa laterrnxsted Csrrent. CHAPTER XV. Ccntimed. bo con...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 July 1898

t ; V s J -r TERRIFIC BATTLE Heavy Engagement Be- 1 twecn the Two Armies. FIGHTING ALL DftY. Outer Works NVir Carril Hv Our font's. Three Quarters of a Mile Between City and Our Lines. TrvoDs Arc Entrcncli na and forces Will Be A iQinrn cl. Lawlon's Division and Baker's Brigade Carried El Caney Friday Evening. I-" Vlarn al In fclllrtt aa.l hm Nianl. im l,mw kill'Jiii(,m,,,( Miarirr Want. I.H.nHal h I n in; it t m- i Is tll l,ss... J . - I ll', V n pa jre merit, it hjvrroi'n th.m-riit by the war department officials . make public the text f ;.-n. Sliafwri. ' last iht'h, receive-1 Va'.ur.lav nuirn- : in at 4 o'clock It is follow-: j Siboxiv, via I'lava del Ksle. Julv 1. ', Adjutant General. VYasltin ton: - I fear I hare under eMiniatc.l Satur days casualties. A larjrv and tlior- ' oop-ltlv equipped hospital ship .houxl , lie sent here at oi.ee to care for tlie ; wounded. The chief Mirjrcon says he I lias use for 44) more moiiial ullicers. 1 he t-lii p must brio; a launch and boat for ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 July 1898

' . - -, h I i n .4 'ft r? . - II. - -. - - i - ' ' . 'i -1 i ' '' ' j . .' -j v.vA . - 4 1 " ;' , I ' 'tl -.11 ' 1 v '-,. 1 -"- J-; - . 1 f c k . -. -m' .'' -V.; . - - . . - t Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. - KY 5 J35CRIPT10N, l YEAR IK ADVANCE. Notn"i ( biHiaric,in tnorlams. rtc, rot tocVcc.d SO words, inscrt-d fnr; fl ohargtd fur each Midi ti.t::;,l eiiditv words. Cirrcspondrrif will please iv n.. :nlT to always mail tin ir items so lh.'-t Ihry fill reach us on Mol' il.ty. This Jii iIIit is set ioiislv im p's ta.i! t'i ll. CLUBB5N3 TERMS. Tho. Ow'nasvil'f Outlook ;nc! '.!; ii tho lellrwiri; will he : now receiving llu ir .':t ier one ycir for Siir oriiv'Alu'i.i $2.i'to.iiiM will I i l:.-.iocii: Outiook and Tivif.(?-;vVi "k Courier-Journal. SI .30. On!!.ioknnil Wookiy Ciiicin r;ti Commercial Triljuno, C ! -fO. Outlook and Loi i ipvi'i'o Week ly Dispatch, $l.GO. Outlook and Louisville Drvly Evoninc Pot, $2.f?. TiiriiAY. .iri.v War's Daily Progress. WIiMrAl, Jl KE 2'.TII. Fiv bnt...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 July 1898

V' V' . .4 ' . .1 Try i lie VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1898. NO. 51. in! ftninosD rtiK. owe VV I II II II J t I - tv- - -? "A 'AS I . i 4 v v. A - .'ft-, s - i - "r ;.v Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Rath county lire hereby notified that the tax lor the year 1818 have been made out and placed in my hande. You re therefore notified to call at my office and nettle. J. MJ AwnisoK, S. B.C. J. Clay Donnan has for sale at his farm near Wyoming about 400 barrels of extra ood and sound old corn. Well. Dickinson's Platinum Pho tos are beauties. Born, July 8th, to Joe Snedcgar and wife, near town, a eon. The only real bargains to be found in Owingeville are at Mrs. Estill's. The weather is so seasonable that the tweet potato vines of Hugh Lowry.of near Craigs, are in bloom. You can rely on everything that you buy from Mrs. Estill being the latest style. A tracLUit eneina was one of the tAtcetiona in town one dav last ,;',,wet:k. I Elder Elbert Dawson wiKWin nro...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 July 1898

V - V. .1 - i i 1 - .. x OBln0SVlll6OUtl00L IX . BSTILU Publisher. oWTStiSVILLE. t t KENTUCKY THE TEMPLE IN THE TWILIGHT. , The Irrle or ttM (Ml thrush That fills the star-gemmed are i at hymn la, after which the hush Of dusk, and thea to dark. Tha fragrant tardea blossoms bright, , That waver te and fro. Art censers from which, through tha night. Tha winds sweat Incenae blow. ' Tha noon, tha stater of the sun. Whs lifts a face as pale la worship, la a patient nun. Half, htddea la her veil. I And I wanderer am I. Who, turning from my war, Rtra entered la this Temple by Tha bright door of tha day. Alone and free of every rare. I linear here, and long t J Itpe snove ta sweet words of prayer After the evening song. -Fradarw P. Sherman. In N. T. Independ ent. A CLEW BY WIRE STBOWARSILTOST. CasvriaAsrJ.aVUralareMCa. ! a in i Nnmtftrmfftmttmwf.wHi XVI. CosTixrr.D. tved no mes ne had been vither ' r- . , orduring ' ' -v UuMierefore I eerd that they have met .tJ-utt Much good may It do them...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 July 1898

V v ! I 3 - v i. ?. -" a' 4 . V .-a . S - - . - a w V; "1 ' .. . . . .t m a 1 " s a r THE ATTACK KKlit'X. Naniirsai.ri. Flvt aul Shatter' Trooim lioiiiliard the City f Saiitiaffit. The CHv , t owplrlrly lamtH aaat t aw HvWacmfvd 44rTlMNi 1 k-ra Is a "aaMlallllj atf Knr -Mlfm'l Ura-atlr AiafL MVMICH4. WiBiir.iii, July 11. Miatt and t-hell friMu t-hijts anal Ma-ija iriin re ra porte.1 to Ih a roam ing ota-r tha al-tm--d city of Kant is jr. . i TUe bombiirtliiirnt will not n-aso un til Santiago lis-. fall-n. li-n. I a.i l.in Mid r-uutlsv niirlit lli.it tilt- tirin in c having tepun. it wa.ul.l t.t; otilv with the capitulation if tlir t-itv. 1 I'a town, it is mv aM nt tlia ntr adftBrtmnl. iw compl.-ta-lir invoMa'al. and for the brlt-a-rucTa-al i-arris.ii Inert ia no possibility uf rx V. Tlii aloes not nu-an that the "-p.nii-.li Mtl.iia-ry must stand still within the wail anal he shot aiown like slia-cp. It is not im possible that, like- the lira r a- and ra. k less iVrvrra, ttia-y may 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. — 14 July 1898

V : f. to i' i. it . s j 1 ? v' i a 7 rf ... i f V . J t i V I . t J ' -' 1 v.-: a .' m i -'- II- - '1 h i " 1 Owingsville Ouilcok. OWING SVILLE. KY. 9 JBSCRiPTION. $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obituarics.mcuioriani?, etc., not to exceed 80 words, inserted j free; $1 charged forearh addi tional eighty word. Correspondents will please re member to always mail their items an that the j will reach u on Mon day. Tlii matter is seriously im p irtaat to up. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nssvlllo Outlook and either f the following will be ent for one year for the price named: Outlook and TwIca-a-Week Courier-Journal. $1.30. Oulookand Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlookand LouisvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $1.60. Outlookand Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.85. THUIISDAY. Jl'I.Y 14. War's Daily Progress. trFiAT, ji it fitn. Shaffer didn't begin bombarding Santiago Tuesday, accord ing t threat. The army and navy failed fo co-operate. Miafter wanted ampan to enter the harbor, but SaniM-on...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 July 1898

i i - VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1898. . - - . - -J i f ' . 4 'i. r t-v.v.v- - . .. .. I i Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayer of Itath county re hereby notified (lint the tav for the year I88H have been made out and placed in my handf. You re therefore notified to call at my office and settle. J. M. Atcnieox, S. It. C. J.CIayDonnan has for sale1, at his farm near Wyoming about 400 barrels of extra! good and sound old corn which he will sell at $2.25 per barrel at crib. Rain continue to fall every few day, and vegetation is growing famnnsly. Horn, July 13th, to Mr. and Mrs. t im w IISWHin ft "It " rpl V, m daughter. I Born, July 13th, to Mr. andTka. Coleman Ratlin", of Craigs vicinity, a 13-lb. son. Ureat reduction for cat li in Lawn " aa Dimity while it lasts at Jirs. tstill'i. After several days of delightfully tool weather it again heated up last Thursday. Elder T. S. Tinslcy is holding a two-weeks' meeting at Blaine, in the tlig Sandy Valley. Come early an...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 July 1898

v j"JlHQHl!i6;' OUtlOOK. BassSSSamsBB, U ft rsTlLU FubUikar. OWlirSV'l .B. i i KENTUCKY TO'" AND COUNTRY. In Btliweva brother o r id NY Hemps, trs farm. a " .ml a knew ,rmres, all hit be- hi farm; h ,vlnd or bear '-efrew bitter i quiet, hum tM aalt fish. rtd boldljr for f w"1 ta 11 -"red In rhe clty'a a moat flight htm kafntment hla boy v . am lt Just to look the old .rightful for the ptnet .knid, Jitop eeetned to him Just v fellow." a ha turned alt Brother bOCMM -tifMlng pov- . . raa lurklnc at door, ' -,r sua set ns gambler atole tha the BMasU otter More. ""Bin." ho said, "old CrUow." at a shade Pj a or hla rare. ft aee how yon lira in aura a Ood- placef Rural New Torker. BY WIRE I Carraa. a c ' U H0WaJU K. TOST. Cssing. fh, by J. . tloalacott Ca. 5 . V CHAPTER XYIL 6oBtr-or Wilson, aa I ought to call him now went Drat, with the lantern Jscksom had need; Mr. Perry followed; I canae next, and Skinner brought tip the rear with another lantern. B careful and don't etrlke your beads 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. — 21 July 1898

- r f :- - r , i 1 ' t . t i i t - 1 ' 4. i i .1 .s . J , 1 , .1 Jatvaarawaa - i IT Old Glory Floats From the Palace of the Governor. The City and Eastern Portion of the Province Surrendered. Spanish Troops Stack Their Arms Between the Opposing Lines. AaaarWiaa FUe t'afarl.! Morn famila mm thf 4lhrr FartlAeatlona HartMr tteiac l lrarnl of Olntrarllona Nanhrr of rrtaonera fcairra. fare! Akral Xl.no tmrj mil Ha Transported la dpala. Wamiinc.ton. July IS. -The follow ing nieaef were sent Saturday l.y 1'res.ident MeKinley an-1 Secretary U. A. Alpr: "To. tien. Shafter, commanding front near Santiago, I'laya: 'The prvaident of the I'niU'tl States fcon.U to you n.l jnur brave army the prof.ntnd thank of the Anicrieaii ivo- le fi-r tbe Itrilliant irlitf rnicntv al .sW'. rexuitiii in the Mirreti.ler aTUe city and all of the Sanili troopa and territory under tien. Toral. Your aplendid rommand has en dured not only the liar.Uhips sacrifices incident to t-ampaicn battle, bnt in fires of heat we...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 July 1898

iiiw i i VC Li -a rj 1 7 v 1 a 1 X ngsviilc Oaliook. nonum. each uddi- i pVase re ail their items "w nidi lis mi Mnn ...lift is yerio :!"-! v int- ' 1 ingsviilc Oaliook. ADYAMCE. - "ilNG TERMS. 'isviile Outlook and . iho following will be . ' . .nc year for the price "J '., .'.'k anJ Twico-a-Weok . . ' -r-Journal.S1.30. .' .'ookand Weekly Cincin- - Commercial Tribune . 'Vkar.d LouisvilleWeek- " .'OJ Louisville Daily ' r 7. S2.S5. V.JlLY21.1sS. .V ly Progress. v 1.1tii. battle-ground - K't sii'i seded t omttian J. The 'I, 'iln'es now surround Saii . 4.tte laud tide. The -lines - -; i Strengthened to ttic ut- - Heavy rain are fulli:.. being no longer a fear of a hostile Spanish fleet in the liarlHirs of the Lnted State will lie removed Major Do Grandprey, French Military Attache, says he doesn't suppose there i thrnuglio.it the trriiid such a splendid lot of fight- i as the IT. S. troop at San uisli volunteer troop in '. . "iil to be the mam ob- vxeABMHjicgi4ia::on, as .'-.ar the veng...

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 July 1898

; 1 toiitfliiuilb tote VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1 898. NO. I 1 i i Notice to Taxpayers. Ths taxpayers of Bath county are hereby notified that the tax for the year 1898 have been made out and placed in my hsnds. You are therefore notified to call at my office and eettle. J. M. Atchisox, S. B.C. J. Clay Donnan has for sale at his farm on the Owingaville &. Wyoming Turnplkftaout vukj oarreis or extra goo sound old corn which he sell at $2.25 per barrel atdrlb The N. K. Kr. Medical Altera tion will meet at Parka' Hill Aug. 2 4. Rartine'a circus came to grief at Chilticothe, creditor! seising it. It will be sold out. There will be a picnic in L. Vice's woods, near Forge John Hill, on Saturday, July 30. Born, Monday morning, to Mr. and Mr. Thotnaa P. Honsker, of Prickly Ash, a daughter. A large number of the colored, people attended the U. B. F. picnic at Ml Sterling last Friday. Ureat reduction for cash in Lawn and Dimity while it lasts at Mra. Estill's. Hen...

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 July 1898

- i T K w i V $1 .V .. at '.r - : 1 -r ! V . & t . . i r 1 i : 'oainosviiie OutiooK. IX ft ESTILL. PablLber. OWINOSVILLE. : KENTUCKY Kw OHLBAKt hu blind bootblack; bat tbea hardly any bootblack I aula to ses that yoar boot are not la need of shine. BeJoIa, the prize fi;hU'r. mho recently whipped George D.xon, Atuer lea's champion featherweight, is I lie on of a London cWp-yroan and hat been disowned by bit family becauke of his taking- ap with pnsrilism. Tm eon tract for printing I'nited State postage stamp next year in clndea t,TW,Tra.&2 two-cent stamps, and 1,S4,3,6S0 one-cent aumpa. The smallMt namber of any one va riety will be 4, 30 ISO slam;). These ars asad for postage npoo newepaiM-r mailed ia balk. Now that Hawaii has been annexed, the Queen Powager Kapiolani it miidi; her two nephews for property in Honolala, worth, hundreds of 'thou sands of dollars, which he had rr. vionaly deeded to them, while anoilu-r report is to the effect that tlie x qaeen ia going- back 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. — 28 July 1898

... -J 3' ': I " d ' - 7 v . v. . - It X t . J often nf, lfteei .f"m in the I s 4 i i w r & - a . s. ." rt t ROBERT LOUIS STTVEflSOn T.VKT I. THK OLD lU'CCAXKl'R. CHAPTKR I. THEOl.D ISKA-lHV! AT TIIK ADMIRAL a iitXUUW. Squire Trclawney, Ir. Livesey and A 'he rest of these ci-iitlrnnii havinc skcd me to w rite dow n the w hole par ticulars about Treasure Mauri, from the tx-pinninp to the euri, Leeinfr noth ing tuck but the bearings of the isluii.l, sad that only lie-cause there is still treasure not jet lifted. I take up my len in th year of prace IT, and pi back to the time when my father kept the Admiral Ix-nUm- Inn, and the t i i ..... a vivon luu seaman, nn me satM-rciit, J first took up bis liMlings under our root. 1 rememlier him as if it was yester day, as he came plixl.linp jo ,e jnn Wr. his wa ehesl following behind fiim in a hand barrow ; a tall, strong, heavy, nut-brow n man; his tarry pip tail falling over the shoulder of Lis oiled blue coat; his hands rapped aud scar...

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 July 1898

t - : -., - - s V -. 1 r.t V a Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SUBSCRIPTION. $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obituariea.niemoriams, etc., not to exceed 80 words, ineertd free; 1 charged for each addi tional eighty words. Correspondents will please re member to always mail their items o that thej will reach ua on Mon day. This matter la seriously Im portant to u. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'ngsvilte Outlook and either f the) following will be vent for one year for the price named: - Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal, $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook and LoulsvllleWeek ly Dispatch. $1.60. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post. $2.85. THURSDAY. JULY 28. 1898. War's Daily Progress. WKDSCSDAT, JCLT SOTB. The armv to operate against Tor to Beo will number about 30.000. A part will be taken from Staffer's command and from Chickamauga Camp, and the others are embark ingr at or have already left Tampa and Charleston. Germany is not siring Unc...

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 August 1898

'J Ul VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1898. NO. 2. n A be I00L J v I V 'A Hi . . 'X i- i - r IL '.:'", - ". ' " m ' - a '-it . Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Bath county are hereby notified that th tax for the year 1898 have been tfcada out and placed in my hands. You re therefore notified to call at my office and settle. J. M. Atr-Hieo. S. B. C. Now ia the time to teed for the fall crop. aow turnip Last week's hear rainl washed up much corn and tobaStp on ftteep ground. Prof. C. V. Liming at the grove near the rill preach mouth of Prickly Ash next Sunday. Ureat reduction forraah in Lawn and Dimity while it last at Mrs. Estill's. A telegram Tuesday to Daniel Harper elated that hit ann James, at Catlettburg, was aerioualy ill. Last Thursday Buddie I Wright brought in the first loadTr!wiekTng Rirer watermelons of the season. I want to clear out all the Lac Dimities in my store and will them whim Mas. Estill. ( Married, lueaaay, oy juage v . G. Ramsey in hUof...

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 August 1898

nvw- --'-..." . -4. - tjw I- V-sx"'"- ,. yv- 1 ma yw.; , vyy ')'' i' - I t I r h I. . 4 ; v I ;.'.V '..';;(-. . - '.-;. :.VV- : . ' " a ' . vs. - A-a-- OlK!nOSVlll6OfltiOOK. U a BSTILU Pabllaner. nvUIIOSVILI.K. KEXTDCKV BERTHA'S. COMB. Detr Bertha's hslr U golden spun. As It vnravetrd from the aun la brlrhteat soon, and clinging there, la Rertha's hair, a tortolae corah, An olden comb high crowned and pare. Recalls a drai old-fashioned home And Bert ha ' mother. young again. Hakes ma the happiest of lurn. Dear Rertha'a locks are wayward thin-. And flutter like rVe flossy wlnga Of hummlne-blrdi around a flower. And Bert ha 'a words are like a sons; f I heard lone since ta young love's hom-er; And now a youth. Who dalllrs lorg ttestda her chair, with creature neat. Picks up ths comb from sear her feet. Ah well! the wheel of time has whirled. And Bertha's world Is not my world! But that young aian who bends the knee And llfta the baunla from the floor ta bashful haste It seems to me 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. — 4 August 1898

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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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