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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 August 1898

aH Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY SUBSCRIPTION. $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Noticf.. bit naric,Tn-mori am. te.,iiot to xcct-d hit word. inscrt'-d tree; 91 charged fur each addi tional eighty word. Correspondent will please re member to always mail their items o that thry wi'd reach us on Mon day. This matter is seriously im portant t u. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'rtfisvillo Outlook anil cither f the following; will be tent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-YVeek Courier-Journal. $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. 31.40. Outlookand LouisvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $1 .60. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post, 52.85. THURSDAY, AUO. 4, IK!. War's Daily Progress. wrrrtAT, i i.r 2?tb. On July 26tb Spain, through Catnbon, France s Ambassador to the United States, asked the Ad iwinitration the terms upon which the United State would make jieace. The Herald-Courier-Journal's re fmrtrr at Washington con jert urea that the Administration minimum depiMHTi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 August 1898

- -1. t i j i i f j. VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST I I, 1898. NO. 3. 'V mjt . s - . . a -I '. 3 hi Notice to Taxpayers The taxpayer of Hath countj are hereby notified that the tax for the year 1S'.S have been made out and placed in my hand''. You re therefore notified to call at my office and settle. J. M. Atchison, S. B.C. I OO Mules, Horse Colts and Yearlings wanted. Will beat Owincsville Monday, Auk- 15. Bring in your mules and set the cash. MILTON K1NDIG. From sortie cause the mail wagon from HilUboro failed to get in on Tuesday. Mies Nina Ilar.elrigg entertained a number of iier young friend Tuesday night TobaetNi sticks for sale at IlltOTIIFR GooPl'ASTKIt's. Louisville Weekly Dispatch and fiiE Orn.oos one year for 1.30 fill in advance. v i John D. Mclntyre has retted tiicY eated thev Kings House andAw i!l -ession next week. Great reduction for cash in Lawn aid Dimity while it lasts at Mr Estill's. 9 'i Hon. Samuel J. Pugh w ill speak ' at the G. A. R. reunio...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 August 1898

1 ' i K Owinosyiiie Ooiiook. & & ESTILL Pabllsaer. VTINOSVILLE. : KENTUCKY THE HEART OF THE YEAR. hava htktMl Um heart ef tA vr; And ufe our pleasum a houn. 1( ta all tba did rvars lv found, fker was avsw another ao VarT Tas ther v-r stirfc vrrdiirs tr.rr. Or such fair fraaraat lilt? a . those. With wbola tneaduajra of dalKioa to k-aarv Dr af frultac ao lavish a tore? and wa think bow we wratctied for lha prtnu. How we helled tba flrat bloom m-ith dr- How we questioned br day and by night What ttie new year. Mm strange year would brine. And htr heart evie has shown us, and oh! Tbra ara pleasures and trvasurrs of worth. And aha scatters tTnenj om (Iw rarth. tVhere lha feet of bee lovers may go. And wa follow. Ilkt children or Mrst Witts mora (lfts than (hey sre in thrir And wo llrajfr by forests and streams. And drink at tba fountain of rest. Dh. yvar, Uiat la bonny and sweet! For thy bleaslntrs ao lavtedi e fain Would tnank ttiea strain and anliv And pour out our love at thy...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 August 1898

.1 - . r - J t . 4 t : i t l i K I - A -nnsm. IT IS APPROVED. Tb Cabim Council Ajrrrra to the Terms of tbe United States. " Nwhk IratrraaMi IMIrm Tant In. " Will H atMfMtory tm tha VVa.h ta' Oov-trananat ana Tarn Moa tllHWa W1U twmlKi. WsiiKin, Aor. 8. The cabinet conn l terminated after having cmnplvt approved the rrplr to the I'niwd MaU-s which, it is Mid, accepts Un American couditlona. The reply telerraplutl to Senot Ceon y Castillo, the lSranisli aml.aa ior to France, Saturday niplit. mi that r. lambon, the French mlasxdor at f Vat.hinfrton. will receive it Monday. The government ia tally convinced Yhat the note will be satUfartorr tj . . V vVaahing-toa govern men I. and that , suspension of hostilities will be its mediate consequence. eVnor Sa pasta, the premier. has jnt concluded hit conference wiih the queen repent. Her majrsty approves the peneral linea of the reply of am to America 'a peace terms which uor fcapasta explained to her. The reason for pohtponinp the cabi- Bet ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 August 1898

'. t t '7- , ? - " - : ' ' - a ; y : I, 4 - j . s I Qwinrjsvilie Ouilock. OWlXGSVILLE. - - KY 8'JBSCniPTICM. 3 YEAH ! AC'Mvee. Novick. Ohiit.arii s.n'c-.noriat etc., not to civi c., it: -! free; $1 charged for each ml.ii tional eighty word. Correspondent will please r -member t always mail their ii'ins so that they w ill r.'nrli n on Mon day. This matter is seriously im portant tl l!S. CLUESIXG terms. The Ow'ncfvillo Outlook .-.r.-3 ! either if tho fotlcwin v.-iM lo fcent for cno yo.ir for iho vi ice named: Outlook an J Twicc-a-Wcij! Courier-Jo'irn?l. $ 1 .CO. Outlookand Weekly Cincin - nati Cotuniercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook." nd LouiAv:iloVoo!; ly Dispatch. S 1 .30. Outlook and Louisville Da ly Evonlnc Post, $2 S5. ' TurusnAV. Ai ti.n, r-!.s. War's Dai'y Progress. wFinri.v, Afo. 3o. The A"':tii! iftrattoti nfliei.i'.lc r nounect" t'.o termt nf peaeo ctfiTeil Spain. They re the Famf s i re viously pu'.ilisheil. Krpurt lion; Madrid ay Spain lia aivejite 1 the priut'ipal cotiuition...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 August 1898

, N - - . J . ... 4; ' r, i ! s i 1 - VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1898. NO. 4. Ml, - -M 1 Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayer of B:itli county re hereby notified that the tax for thi1 year 18'JS have been made out and placed in my linlf. You re therefore imtili'd t rail at my olliee and settle. J. M. Atviiisox. S. B.C. A new eont nl paint is brijftilen ing up Hath Seminary. ' Born, Aug. li, to Mr. and Mrs. J no. 1$. Stone, otWinU'e Kuti, a sonj Tobacco (.tick for sale at Ukotiikk A (.ooni-AsTiu's. The Teachers' Institute will in session here the greater part nest week. The weather lor a for a fet days hai for ripHkiiiR -"F been very tine tor nj and tobacco Win. Hart, of Uoc's Kun, sold ti T. J. Thomas, of near Mt. Sterling) 62 feeding steers at f 1.25. Hon. Samuel J. I'ugli will speall at the G. A. K. Lick Aug. 2bth. reunion at Salt alt Wyoming item report a birth to married woman who will not le hirte !icar "hi until Sept. 16th. A pood many of our farmer are ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 August 1898

'. F OWlnflSVlll6O0tl00K. n a ESTILU PablUuer. OWIKusYILLE. : KENTUCKY THE BUTTERFLIES. butterflies the mftd rra , Above 1h dajatea wtra then- roklen rye. fh. ahaoow of a cloud that lonHy pas.: 1 walk with you, O wandering butterflies! T"Aa freckled vine that flaunt end fall o rmir. Tbat Croat before me davpllna: to the sklea. Tha wtnre with fairy lewele marked ao eueuuly, Ara you TOy chlldhood'a harpy Tnutter lln? ' butterflies that tm upon the clover. And iayaum theti In minimi lurhtms nr. Toe ki on pathway I moulj fain dl- Ah, lead mo homo, froa wandering but terflies! Shew ate what war Tu paaerd from my old summers. My childhood summers, uiuVt far-off oktra: Familiar wtmrs, you pilgrims, jrou Ilirht- Hocno ( old awadowa. happy bul tern leu! Oa on (Toon Tnlll with crassy chandler haUoar, T?ae otd. old homo, the lone-loot aanh-n Ilea: Fit wot ao htirh, too nnt am I to follow : Tet eooa I II come, my laughing- buttrr fltra. And tarth will place nor ancient palm ao sender A Uttlo wM...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 August 1898

1' -ST s. Owlnosvllle Outlook. & a ESTtLU Pabltaaer. OWISOSVILLE. KENTUCKY THE BUTTERFLIES. 9 auttertllaB alio", th meadow prasece, Afeova the daisies wit their roklen eyes, fha ahaoVnw o a cloud that lonely I walk with Too. O wanderlnc butu-rnica! tT freckled wtnc Uiat flaunt and fall no IflMly. That rroas before me daisJlna; to the aklca, Th wtnar with fairy Jewels marked ao quaintly. Are you my childhood' happy huttcr fllra? Dear butterflies that rent Uon the rlofff, And foytniai then In winKs-il ItfrhtmA rie. Yon know on pathway 1 would fain dl- Ab, bad w km, frea wandiTlna; lut ternlea! now ate what war you pawod from my o'.d summer. My childhood lunmm, uiW-r far-off klea: familiar wtmr. you pilgrim, jrou Ilirht- HM to old nwadowa. happy butternien! Oa an rna bill with crwnr chimU-r hollow, Tn eM. old home, the long-lost r.kn Ilea: Flit not ao high, too anem" ant t to follow: Tot anon I'll come, my htughui-nuttcr-II lea. And earth will place her ancient palm ao tender A lit...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 August 1898

. v a- ' 1 - - A ' VI Vat 1 . . ateeB ai - i .4 A a - T a ' -. , a A -".'.-5 ' saajSaypoa . ' - ... -V," .' ,,a. I r la . - .. . - w J - A . ft' . ' - s . . - QUIETLY ENDED. fptniRh-AnM-rlmii War, Which Rage-d , lion ths a Thing ,f the yu Tk "r M lranamll InltM ktwm4m That lav War la at aa " ba-FMN laiBilmm Will Apfaaialaal la a trm liars. Washinc.ths. Ang. 13 The presi dent ha ismum! the fullowinj; procla mation: By ib Trrsl.iral a tor I'nll.d Males of Aaacru-a, a lHH1.AM Al lK : s'bervas. Hy a rrol--l rotM-iiilrl atal Mtrn va AU-.-UM It. I ly William K Hay. m-tp" ary of t,iai of -hr I'slutl Mus. and bit. r crlltwy, Jutr. fan-lma. anal. .tor ratrar tlinarv and plrnl-ai-mit-try of ihr n-putilU- til l-'rancr at A'a.liUi:iiMi. rr.iccllvWy rtrs'nt - n for this Hirt-o-r Ihr rjnrrnan-nl of lite Vall-M Stairs sua Ihr irotruairnt t4 Sain. tar I'attnl Slatr and Spain havr La-many arrrrd upon tlir irruio unoomhUh sx-kuiu-tUm tor lac rlatlihnH-ut of n-a-c twlart-a the taocounirir-. -.hall I u...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 August 1898

J 0 P"- flwinflQvllIp nilflnoU w M w w wMivwm;iuuiiT siienci i a rianisn nailery. OWIXGSVILLK. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. XoTlOK. Ohiliiarics.itu moi iains etc., not tocM-ecd .Vl word tuscrt-d free; II charged for t-.i-li ;. tional ci"htv words. t"nrr'"Mi:i.!i'i:t will please ic 111 ember to u!!i 1:1 ail llu-ir i I -t:i 1 that tin y u i ! i r :uh us mi Mmi tiny. This matter is sr.ioiisly in: portaut tn u ". CUJS3?NG TCfiftS. The Ow'rtiisvilie Outlook an.! ', either jf the following will (ent for one year S or trio price j named: i Outlook and Twico-;-VVeek j Courier-Journal. $ I. r.O. I Outlook and Weekly Cinc:n-i nati Com Merc::. I Tribune. r 1 .a.n. uuiiooKr.nu t-ouisvuik. ween- t ,. . t I I ;.k. .k. ly Dispatch, $1.30. Outlook and Loijisvillo Daily Evening Post. S2 5. Till Ksn.w. t :. is. rvs. War's Daily lVojcrcjs. wtiiurf iav, ai i!. lr:i Smuu's ai-i i ptaiiro of i'.ii- iioai-o t-roiif Ihr l'nit-l Stal s A is pre H'titttl ly A luhassilor ('.unh.-ii nt U :30uVl.K-k p....

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 August 1898

AtnrtTirhr - VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1898. NO. 5. i I - v t 91 3 A I n ' V ' X . ri : . .1 7 7 Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Hath county re hereby notified that the tax fur the year lS'.KS have been made out and placed in my hand?. You are therefore notified t cull at my ullice and ettle. i. M. AroniixiK, S. II. See Olynipia items for notice of John O. Miller's death. Tobacco sticks for sale at llUOTIIFK & UoolM-ATruV. Horn, Monday night, to Mr. and Mr. Jonas Reynolds, near town, a fon. I Intl. Samuel J. l'ugh will opcak at the :. A. R. reunion at Salt Lick Ati;?. SGih. The colored folk will have a big picnic at l'reeton next Saturday, Aug. 27th. This is positively Dickinson's last week here with his tent. Sit for some fine photos. TLs weather took a 1 turn for the warmer Mon ght and lias lecn roasting hot fin Well. Dickinson is advertised to be at Fleminiz Sept. 1st. He will leave here Monday sure. Thirty to forty ot the town's col ored peop...

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 August 1898

OwinosvinyMiooK. & ft K STILL. Publisher. OWISGSVILLE. t ; KENTUCKY A SUMMER ROMANCE. Thj met to-day at HirK-heon. and immense B-aa their surprise; Vat bard for them ta comprehend trie acene before their eves. or only Just a m-eak aco lliejr partrd alto tear. And neither 4reajned of mertlng. face ta ace. the other, here. Twae avt etieap eeaslJe resort their frteadahlp Bret tren; he waa a cultures: hcirraa. ne a srealthr nobleman. And aide by aide they etrorit about the happy, emve-eraahed Mndj Tilt fate or fortune railed them home to widely different lands. He o'er the sea te auany Prance must sadly aatl a war. Taroutrh California's orange r-rovrs aha all alone muat stray; Bat since vacation days are e'er be still. a, troubled heart! They're clerking- In department stores about a block apart.. NLaon Waterman. In L. A. W. UulloUn. TABT II. THE SEA. COOK. CHATTEB VII. IOOTO BRISTOL. It lonffer than the squire 1m afid era we were reailv for the aca. Bad Done of our first plana not ...

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 August 1898

Vst' AVAL PARADE. feSfarwHl Oruiwr and War Shi-is !' Moved Into New York Harbor. " "' (tarK.ul Hrrm(,ll,lf,n " '-- .ateauea be ' ml I'.irletle Iwtfi t "J " ik Melrtr-o'- V - "". ' , .-St Yoi;k. An.'. ei X, w York an.i .e nation have fitly J-atur.iav t.i;nal-- th' apr-tvciation of the rrpul-lic J her victorious fleet. An iinixsinj; Ppent of warships has -i-u Veeived in the liarlmr of tiie larj-i-st . tjr of the country with acclamations . tt delipht and ailiuiratiun and oratio:i - "n aliore and from the (Treat flo tillas of ail sorts of craft on the water I1" 'ITUilicautly (jivea to the rcturn Jnjr hcroe some i.Ua of the rsirnu -a-d" admiration in which they are re .'arded by the people. There v. as very little friction in rar iinjrout the programme ami no more flelay than was to Ik- expected. 1 he yitiaenV committee left the f mt of Vot-tlandt street on the sti-aiiur lilcn , ind and proceeded down the hay illoXved by a Ion it retinue of all sorts 4at-l description of craft. At Totup...

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 August 1898

-i-"w?i"..- 1 lis- -t v v -. 1 . -i 1. :. ... : --i' :- ' ' ' ' -1 : -r. v.r- . .it 5 ?.-- -I v - - : r "'. ! - i t'- ' A - -.-," . ? - . r' '4 " -'" : , t . -. . Owingsvilie Outlook. OWIXGSYII.I.E, KY. S JBSCIWriON. $1 YE.t IN ADVANCE. NoTit'lt. Obittiarii s.mctnot hiv; etc., not tocxei . t! nvil-i. iif i-rt-free; $ I charged fur r:;i I; aiM lionnl ij;lity w..r.!. t'orri'f pioilrtits wi'.l jit-nf re-I nii-niliiT to nlways mail tlicir itrln-; u tliat tlu-y i!l H-ai-ii ti on M.n-j day. Tlii ttiattir i jn-ri.msl y ini j porta:.! to j CLUBBING TERMS. I The Ow'ncsville O Mtiook ntnl either f the follcwino will lr ,snt fcr one year for the price namod: Outlook anJ Twirri-.i-Wock Courier-Journal, $1 .GO. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. S 1 .40. Outlook and LonisviHoWcck ly Dispatch. SI CO. Outlook and Louisville Drily Evening Post. $2.Cf. Tilt r.siY. Aict. iys, War HaUcrs. Not lmvitit; n-ci-ivi-d iiuli.- of n iisifiisi..n of liostilitit s, Adai.ral I llrwt-y aiui (Irn. ...

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 September 1898

'.A" vr 1 VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1898. NO. 6. A 1 ; I V i V .. j- m - NotlCC to Taxpayers. A . ' , The taxpayers of Hath county , ' , . . J are liercliy notified that the t.ix . for the year 1S'.S have been made de out ami placed in my hand. ' "II ! re therefore notified to call at my oltloe and Bottle. J. M. ATCnicos, S. K.C. The public school at the St-m- inary ommi next Monday. Henry Cinter died of consump tion near Preston Monday niht. Remember the Administrator' sale of the stork, farming imple ments, etc., of the late Joseph Su ladie at the residence Sept. 2d. 3t J. X. and U. K. Swetnsm liaye qualified as aUininUtrators of the estate of their father, the late John J, Swetnam. To I'l i:i a t ol l IK Osk Day Take Laxative Itromo Quinine Tab lets. All UrusJiiista refuiui money If it fails to cure. Horn. Tuesday niht to Mr. and Mrs. Jaco I'l'lid. l'riekly Ash, a i ilore and bettor gonjs at Cros '11. An. a. r.vm. ..tiipiti.i(ir flmn j M in uiio-'ii j...

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 September 1898

r I ' I I OWlnOSVlIl6OUtlOOL n ft- BSTILU Puhltshor. OWINUSVILL. i t KEXTUCKV WES TO BE ALONG O YOU. Whr, dearie, M I eoukia't tell Ilko bow It 'pun w IM Js b with you. and only you, 'rhout mind la' whesv we be: It aort ' brine. oTeeanv emae of eot-e ana comfort, too, Aa' a restful klod a' roaUa" In' to be alone ' eu. It aHa (ha boea a-aummlu' an' iXtr bird, be-a-la to sine, Aa' the ckn-ev heads to Uuehkn'. thlnkin' of the happy inn. It snakes the races one liter In the momln'i arty dear. Aa' mo aa happy aa (ho birds to be alone o rou. Tbe brook lauca at tbe aaaesjr bauks Uiat o'er Ita odcra dip. Tbo water Itllna klao tha brook. protendln' e.' co alp. Bairns Ilka I clear forgo-t myaWf when brook and lllleo vroo. Aa wonder what you're ttilnkln of a hen I'm aiona; a' you'. Why, dearie, all the world crow hrtgt.t, nd bewlrul. and fair. Aa Seat ta uvo and bnraUic and bo la heaxwit evwywhero Waea I'm alone villi you. my dear, for- otuar whore wo bo. Am Tooth are rrw an' content whrn you'...

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 September 1898

a ' LASTING jEACE. the ar Makr-n a rr..xiii.ii for au Iiitrri:aiin:al CiiiiI.'mkc Ranta la alio I. a. I la aih a (TMRr, lt.t. an Ilia O'hrr NjiIimi. Mat totlita kf aoaar raiopeaa l'aMr. I-knihin, Anp. .. Tlio c.arV proim anion for an international rnnfen-iiiv for the purnox- of a urini r a. aiii laMin peaie m..iifr tlie H.rs an i the termination of t it prn;.-res;v in-cri-ase in annum nts. aa roiuvvn: in a M from Count Muravioff. tne Kusiun for.i-n minUter. tJ the foreign ill; ininats a: M. IVtrrsbur-, U likely to rmiiu-i- a fc-n3Un tiiroii'liont Kitrop, an.i '""'US from t-urli a )uaru r au.lnilu moii evident Miicerit.r if purHM it l likely to have iniiHirlant enVctx. There U no .l.mi.i that with Kusia taking the lea. 1 in mi.-h a ate p. Hit many, Krantv au.l the mlii-r nat ni aii'.l lie rea.iy to fusion-. Komi:. Ah, .-.i Tlie ,ar' note l;a made a tirof.iutiil itupriMiin iiere. iXoine nf the m-v. siiarn'ra at.p'.ati.i. w hili otner irreet the romiuunieation w.tli reaerve or distrust...

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 September 1898

-; -J? - : - - - ' a ' .' --. -. .. ... .'.v.;..- " i ''II I J "uMi V' - c ? 4 L 1 i i L 1 Owingsvillo Oallook. OWINGSVILLE. KY 5 J33CEIPTIDN. $1 YEAR Fl A3VAXCF.. N'itktk. ( hiti;arie's,momori;r.is. rt, pert to exceed SO words, i u scried free; fl charged for :! addi tional eighty word. Correspondents will please re iit r to always mail their it nts thanlu-y will reach u en Moll flay. This matter is i-oriously im p'lrta'it to u. CLUBBING TER&S. Tld Ow'niGvilIo Cutiook ami 1 Cither f IhO follovviiij a i 1 1 l.c i .-:jt for ona v?ar for the pric ' Outlook an. I Twico-n-Woek Coiirior-Jcin n:.l. SI Outlook and Wookiy Cincin nn'.l Commercial Tribune. $ 1 .40. O ullook a n d Lo u '. s v : I o Wc o k ly D;.5p.i1ch. $I.3U. CMj'.took and Loiit.sv D.-.ily Cvonins Post. $..5. War naflcrs. Cilians u'-t iiu; for food wi'! !' fed ly tlio 1'. S. li.ivTtimi'iit. The Comal wa to lcavt' 'I'aripa fur Ila vnna tliit wtvt w itli l.ni'O.dtMi r.i tio i.. Kvrry prrcauti .ii will '1' taken llint tlic i...

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 September 1898

t ffip VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1898. NO. 7. S av own. "S Nfxt r ' J mi i 1 1 Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Until county are hereby notified that the tax for the year 1898 have been made out and placed in my handc You are therefore notified to rail at my office and settle. J. M. AtcMibok, S. II. C. The weather Ust week enough. hot A new coat of Rravel is being; laeed on Main street. More and better goods at Cross k Thompson's for your money than ay place in town. There is much typhoid fever in mild form in the county. The G. A. It. reunion at IVeston begin today. A big lime is an ticipated. Remember the place. See the flag in "the pocket." Cross k Tnonroic. hldt-r W alter lute, of Midway, Thk Tohaci-o Citor. Nearly all aflor holding a silcccs-diil meeting, of the early set tobacco will be with 13 addition to the ChriNlian housed this week. There are some Church nt Hothcl, stopped over very fine croon in the c.iiintv. The here on his war home and...

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 September 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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