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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 September 1898

3 v V f r ; i 1 r ... r V . -A ' ' Vjcm charge of I '..."" . wl hackelfor . .' -V ieTrarVDPint ' ,". V. Jeierling.S U u. - " t '' - ; - ' 1 . 1 " V.-A 'A' - I ' r- '' ts 1 " ''.'A ,':i'! r . v . . j -. -., . - i . ' STATE ITEMS "VSHOOTIMG AT VERSAILLES. Andrew K. Meet, rmluni RanM Man BUIIe Ry Merrill J. Hat nee-I'oll- tie Wae at lb IMim f It. ERSAII.I :, Kt., Sept. I.-AiiIkc F. Meelr, a prominent business man hospital rorp fur sick noiilirr rcln'1 Versailles anl an exHxmncilnian J trains left here Kri.lav niL'lit. I In and a Tory prominent factor in oii- t liicUmnaupa corps will W (riivii.l lien, aired alHnt Ml yea., was shot and J with a special train of fire altept-rs at killed Wednesday afternoon by Merritt at Knoxrille. Newport Now train J. Hashes, also a prouiiueut business J will consist of seven sleepers '1 hey nan of this place. trxpectto have all sick Krntut-kians The shimting took place on Main ; home bv Tuesday uipiit. The state ar- street, ltad blood had existed between...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 September 1898

' - "'-I .J- f ' n 4 t. m i I J -m . i -4 Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLK. - KY. SUBSCRIPTION. $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obit tin rics.mcmoriams. etc., not to exceed 80 word. inserted free; fl charged for each addi tional eighty words. Correspondent will please re member to always mail their items so that they "ill reaeh u on Vim day. Thin matter is seriously ini portant to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nftsville Outlook and either f the following will be tent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal, $1.30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune $1.4-0. Outlookand LoulsvilleWeok- ly Dispatch, $1.30. Outlookand Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.85. THrnsDAV.SKlT.8. War flatters. Major General Wesley Merritt has left Manila for Pari to inform the l'caee Commission about affairs in the Philippine. Aguiuaklo sent with him Col. Agoncillo to speak for the insurgent. The native and insurgent sol dier are plundering unreservedly outride the cont...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1898

;!.v-'':;:-.''':'. - r rrvr t SEP- VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1898. NO. d. ivurii 15 - f ' .:-. 1898 4 i ? - - w . 1 . - . . t . .,' . :i i 7 ' 1 A - - . - . aw . . - I - W - . ... . - 4 - . . ... . I . - . . .-.. t v Ik i I f " Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Bath county re hereby notified that the tax for the Tear 1898 have been made out and placed in nj hands. You re therefore notified to call at my office and aettle. J. M. Arcmeoff, S. B. C. A new line of ready-made tkirti rery cheap at Mn. Estill s. Everybody and hie family atten ded the rreeton reunion Friday. Go to Mrs. Estill's and aee those nice capee from $1.50 up. More and better (roods at Cross efc Thompson's for your money than any place In town. There was a light frostfin the a low grounds Wednesday aiqrning I of last week. I All the new shades in dress goods at rock bottom prices. Mrs. Estill. . Remember the place. See the flag in "the pocket." Cnnss m Tbompsom. The protracted meetin...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1898

Owlnosvllle Outlook. IX a ESTII,U Pabllsser. OWINrtSVILIX : K KXTUt'K f WAITING. The mtni of the gods grind slowly." An rt Vheutd ww ur Maeaing wholly ForgwcT Wkn tbe eeentiaie tub war don. W know bow thaearrh and air ami un BrouiTht us a bcMilful harvea at la Thee wan. The river of Ufa to now turnknc Yhm aliusL TUttl by llula an w qow learning To Awl That ) Uan work torn her la auaahlna and stormy westher Par rood: and Joy will earn at UK, I ' "we sever mxl twod rtKhtty Juat way Tba aua doaa not always shin brightly la aur sky, ; TV! w tel rha aunahtny calm Tat follow tba turloua storm, ' Asa stall at ana Sanger itiat'a put. Hsv falta. ' 01v H. HUls. la Good Housekeeping. pabt n. CHAPTER XIL , COUNCIL OF WAR I There was great ruah of feet across bedeck. I could bear people tumbling tip from tba cabin and the f ok Vie; and, lipping in an instant outside my bar rel, I dived behind tba foresail, made a. double toward the atern, and came out upon the open deck in time to join Hunter an...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1898

. - S . N j s. - - V -'.-S-WN v;r 7V - V I - - f .- - OLD SOLDIERS. v'S6sslonso!tHG32dEn- campraent. G. fl. R., at Cincinnati. Js. A. Srxton Eire ted Coinniantl-rr-in-Chief find riiilatlrliliiii Kext Encampment Site. TJX CFnCllS HAKE THEIR KEP0KT& Brtlriiijr Coniniaml-T-iii-Oliior (u'tiiu I-rlAfrs Hit Annual Aililm- and XaVrs Valuable Sucgr-itioiit-. f-r a tk A. J.t.ne sral Knows Ik iHmlilf To M I1.M1-"s'aashwr C Mraafcwtm Krasamia opoaao , saaa, i ss.sss. Cimc-ixkati, Jrpt 8. The rarale t( - parade, the -rrrat annual r-aprsnl of tita Grand Army of the Uopnblic. started from the point of rendezvous at Blchmood and I reeman avenue at cxactlj 10 a. m. Wetincstiay on its k triumphal inareh through the Vucen City of the Wrat. The lenclh of march tsas 2. 65 mile. "rand MaTkkal Ilirkenlooper had to -wkvu piani iuii me musicr- nmarred by any confusion. ( rked like a clock mechanitnv .'he first division moved at 10 clock. The tenth swan? into line at 11:30, vrhea the head of the parade ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 September 1898

: j;w': 4 - - J Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. - - KT. SUBSCRIPTION. $1 YEAR IN AOVANCE. Notice. Obit uerics,memoriams, etc., not toexcced 80 word, insort-d free: fl charged for each addi tional eighty word. Correspondent' will plena re member to always tunll their item no that they will" reach lis on Mon day. This matter is seriously im portant to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nasville Outlook and either f the following will be tent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal, $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. ttl.40. Outlook and LoulsvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $ 1 .30. Outlook and Louisville Dally Evening Post. $2.85. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15. 1MB. Tat Middle-of-the-road Populist convention at Cincinnati last week. attended by some fifty -odd dele gates from thirteen States, had a wild, stormy time. The manager of the hall where they met threat ened to call ;h police and have them ejected before he could tame them down. Jo Parker, of ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1898

r V,'.. t VOL. XX. QWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1898. NO. 9. fldt m M mi a mm mm mm mm mm M v a . L ' m ' - BaSBx r X -. ...... -..N thj w 1 - mWmmmmr- 1 f h Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Bath county mre hereby notified that the tax for the Tear 1898 have boon made out and placed in my hand?. You re therefore notified to call at my office and settle. J. M. ATcnieox, S. B.C. Last Notice. AU executors, administrators and guardians who have not settled with the court for two year must rail at once and make settlements under penalty of law. Wm. G. Kamset, Judge. 6. I. Atchison has sold his coi mill to C. C. Hazelrigg. Go to Mrs. Estill's and see those nice capes from f 1.50 up. Water is failing very fast. Some wells in town have gone dry. A new line of ready-made skirts very cheap at Mrs. Kstill s. The remainder of tle local tobac- oo crop will be housed this week. All the new shades in dress Roods at rV bo torn prices. Mrs. Kstill The eWtric lights in town cea...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1898

I f ; ,t - t f" - V3 a 1 -i- i: f - I- -"- - OiilOOStlllGOUtlOOK. n. & isnm pbiuhr. OWISUSYILLX. i KENTUCKY js A WOODLAND SUMMONS , Malds frsnk and frM, Utn th toww vita m: Ixar ttaa citr tor tt woodlands, r"v- tb Betas of emerald corn, Sr Mm Blidi with rumxn streamlets Wmtlaar praise t tb morn; Jr"or th hill Urn bound thsdlstanre, CrewMd nrlia purpt diadnm: ' . or th sunshln aa the den-drop. Dackiac traaa acd plant with eat Maide sweet and fair, Tounc and debonair; t tb city's smofe and hurry. Never-maslnc toll and pain. Molar streets and notaosn alley. Lova of (oM and creed of rain, Yhr Um aoul la crrbbad and caMned. Wfeara (ha heart has lack of room, artier, th snota of a ant and hunger Stalk around la robea of gloom. Maidea dear and free, Natur her w aee Nature la her robea of beauty, GlowliMr la her annner drea Fre from artificial fetter. Free from Borrow and dlscrea. toothed by aound of runnmic water. Charmed by hummlnc of tha beea, IX ua rest wlohm th shadow Of tb grand p...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1898

4 f t i aa" t 1 f t2 V v i f :.-'.v:-. - r " s . . t .v. v-.r - V V ..... .. I ' as a r - AT- at' " . ...- STATE ODDS TRIPLE TRAGEDY. Itrtv (h vYaaaaa a Kill liar Mnr Lmf d Br sad Thjea Tak Hn Owl l.ife. Lot irviij.e, Kj, Kept. lti-Oneof the tuofcl terrible trairedii-s that ever occurred in Louisville was revealed j ' Thursday morning at the F.ntrrprise hotel on rant Market street. The oc cupants of room 4 ailing- to answer a call, the door was broken in and on the floor lay a 6-raonths-old girl baby dead from poison. Joseph K. Villiers, with hi arm about the babe, deal with a bullet hole in his temple, and nrrosa hia body that of a beautiful young girl, Nellie Mcl'uflin. Kvery rireumbtanea indicate that ahe killed Villiera and the baby and then com mitted suicide. The only apparent motive mas jeal ousy. Villiers was a motormaoon the eleventh atreet trolley line and the aon of farmer of Meadow Lawn, Ky., stlso the woman 'a home. He waa a m widower and the baby hit daughter by the de...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 September 1898

I 1 r i Owingsville Outlook. to. K. I-Vrii.l., - ruMMirr. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notioic. Obittiarics.tnriiiotiiime. etc., not to exceed HO word, iusert'-d fro; ft charged for each addi tional eighty word". Correspondent will please re member to always m nil their iti nit an that thej will reach us on Mon day. Tli in matter is seriously im portant to us. CLUBBING TERKS. The Ow'nsviIio Outlook and either f the following will be bent for one year for the price named: Outlook 'and Twico-a-VYeek Courier-Journal, $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlookand LouisvilleWeek ly Dispatch. $1.30. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post $2.85. THURSDAY. SKIT. 22. 1WW. War flatters. The Spanish Parliament has np. proved tbe pence protocol. That action is reaesuriDg, as it was fear ed that the bitterness of debate in tht Cortes on the war would render the work of the Peace Commission extremely difficult. The IT. S. authorities have l...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 September 1898

i? (Hit rtrH. AH r- VOlxX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1898. NO, 10. i ii ii ii ii ii A. r 'anPannnnaa, . , . - v .r 4 Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayer of Path county are hereby notified that the tax for the Tear 1698 have been made out and placed in my hand. You re therefore notified to call at my office and settle. J. M. ATcmeoK, S. B.C. Corn-cutting will be practically finished thia week. II. C. Gudgell'a residence is be- Jog rushed to completion A new line of ready-made skirts very cheap at Mrs. hstill s. Don't forget the great Lexington races. The railroads give reduced rates. " J. M. 4 J. L Atchison shipped a car-load of butchers' cattle to the Cincinnati market Saturday. Go to Mrs. Estill's and see those nice capes from $1.60 up. Tb. -.-n' '"'"Ms began shining tgam 1 ru"Jn n , ine rains lici-.ir ler I -r lie engine. ' th ' d minister wk preached here a lew years -".go, died in ML Sterling Sunday. All the new shades in dress goods at rock bottom prices. Mrs...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 September 1898

OwinosvinejouiiGOK. IX ft BSTILU FttblUhw. OWINUSVILLX. i : KENTUCKY , PIES. Win I m but a Utile maid Of years Ht nor than flv-. I made Baud pie benearti tha trees. The kappb-at child aHve. I motdr diva Kk fonueat car. 1 shaped Uievn or- by onel Then crimped the edges prettily. And baked them lu lb sun. Since tbea a many year hara flown And will I'm ma kln plea. Although a difference 1 osra la methods and supplies. And huahand now. and children all, Look with rrproarti at me. If rhrloe upon the ftwial board Earn day no pita they arc. Ah. me. why waa nr chtldl1i play NoC Ripped while In, the bud! H'hjr did I err my 'prentice hand I'-pon those plea of mud! For I hare now o cniety grow n. Yet none do realise That I'm a martyr to the causa Of plea, pleat plea. Anna E. Treat. In Good Houe-keefilng. PAKT HL ; OTAPTEE XV. Costisied. . All thie time he had been feeling the stuff of my jacket, smoothing my hands, looking at my boots, and generally, in tha Intervals of his speech, showing 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. — 29 September 1898

i ( V - .V ':! A eV a- r :: '4 " 7 ,. f --"-" "T i . " " i . . . " " . ' . ' Ars. 1 sav a : -'r X a '. -. SW 'Mi a-7f " r- STATE ODDS WANTED TO DIE. cfcert nila-aa and Ha ImiM ; fmrnm t.tminw . Both llarf T.k.a ..Marnwlan Mac Will Rmnt. I YcM-i, ica, Ky., Kept. S3. A Hill tion mas caused by the finding of Her bert Klein, a htrnrumtkrr, age J3 J"'ar, and Mist Leilie tlrcen, ared IT, in an u neonseioua condition in a room of Daniel Green's residence, both hav ing taken morphine, Iioth were fully dressed. Two notes were found. One written by Klem stated that he had lost his situation and would be better off dead. Miss Green's note said she loved Klem better than any one in the world, and preferred dying with In in to living without him. They a.skrd to ba buried aide by side. After work ing with them several hours phy- nician. rvttnpfl tliam ......... .... . . peta, and it is believed both will re Nsrer. - J - Hem and Miss Green had been '. .". . rthearu for some time. Klem had . V Jrin...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 September 1898

-V. i Owingsville Outlook. D. S. Ertim - Publisher. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SUBSCRIPTION. SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obituaries.nicmoriains, etc., not to exceed 80 words, inserted free; 91 charged for each addi tional eighty words. Correspondent will please re- member to always mail their items so that they will reach ua on Mon day. This matter is seriously nil portent to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nasvllle Outlook and either f the following will be went for one year for the price named: Outlook and TwIce-a-Week Courier-Journal. $1.30. Outlook and Weekly Cincln nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook and LouisvilleWeek- ly Dispatch. $ 1 .30. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post. $2.85. THUUSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1808. War natters. Gen. Mskabubos, one of Aguin aldo's lieutenants, alleges tha Aguinaldo started the collection of f80,000 each in three provinces for the professed purpose of paying the United Mates war indemnity and tbos securing the independence of the Philippines. He says be co...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1898

- ' V T VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1898. NO. II. 8 t A r i Pi- 4 v.. f 2 Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Bath count j ire hereby notified that the tax for the year 1898 have bees made out and placed in my handt. You are therefore notified to call at my office and settle. J. M. AtCHieom, S. B.C. Next Monday will be October County Court day. A new line of ready-made akirts very cheap at Mrs. Estill's. J. M. Richart bought, on Salt Well, Walter Sbrout's tobacco at 6c. Go to Mr. Eetiirs and see those bice cape from $1.60 up. Born, Sept. 30th, to Mr. and lira. Wau L. KiUpatrick, a eon, their aecond-bora. r tfe tn ahads ia dresa goods at rock bottom prices. Mrs. Estill. gee new ad. of the old reliable Blee Grass Nurseries, of Lexing ton, la this issue. J. Clay Donnaa want to pur chase 38 bushels of good rye. Any one baring same write him. Rev. A.R.Buckner,ofCynthiana, will preach at Springfield Church at 11 o'clock a. m. the 8d Sunday, October 16th. A nice ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1898

m 2 . ' ' - . - i 9 . . -. . ." a . a ... .-.- ; -.' 1 I , a V : . . : r - - . V. . i VS. g ' . . . M 4 .it mi V.-V.:f"'-J owlngsvllls Outlook. Dl a, BSTIUU Pabllaner. owisusviU.E. : KKXTUCKt RECOGNITION. K annc to evee rain: the ahyeat Hr4 M bow melody la sweet to not unheard. 1 b niKhtineale. In iowellest woodlanw CM. la we er beyond the rh armed ear of mrn, Sad. soa or late, th. world's ouursohlng hand Flucka earn rare flower thai blooma la lssert anl. Nar wrin i vejitha. nor arctic snows ess hobt Secure (ha secret of Ihrlr treasure sold. rhlaJi M ta ba s'ertooked: mankind ia wlae And naught of value lonr, escapes II eye. tCaeh day. la rot or palace, from your bin h. fha worM haa paid you all It found roa worth. If you have aatssed the coal toward which you yearned. Ba eure of thia: the goal baa set beea earm-d. Mm may ba false, but man la ever true. And man to man Mill metes hta honest du. Who ralla at fata but mocka hia own es treat. W ho weeps at "fortunc'a frown" admit defeat...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1898

V i 1 - t 1 - ' I t - . 0 l' . ; .v i - ' . ' -V . - ' ; . -. a VVV.' a s -iv I 5TATE ODDS AND ENDS. m WNtHMMNIHMMMH44MImMiMMM A TRIPLE CRIME. Wtlllaan Kaafane rnfnm la MaraeTtna; KiiImiIi ana a Wmmi I en llev Hear. I Lot isvtl 1 , Ky., Sept 29. Mrs. Sara Jlnnyons, who, with bor 17-year-old on, Adam Eunyons, is confined in the coo my jail on the charge of hav ing retailed moonshine whisky in Clay evenly, received a letter Wednesday morning- which discloses a tragedy and solve the mystery anrroundinR the tii&apncarance of her husband, who left hi home almost three yean ago and never returned. The letter ia from ti. V. K. Chapman, a brother-in-law of Mr. Kunyons, and the writer aaya that Win. Kunyons, a cousin of tier husband, has confessed to the mur cier and robbery of her husband, and also confesaea to harincr munierrd Alice Schoolcraft and her baby, whom Harrison Runyona was escorting to their home in Clay county. i Klrrtrla Ltat far tk I'ealiratlaiT. KaAxaroKT. Ky., !ept At t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 October 1898

Owingsville Outlook. t. K. KfTtl.U Puhtixher. MWINGSVILJiT - KV SSSCRIPTUH. SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. Nonce.- Obituaries.meniorlani. te., lift toesreed S ord. inserted free; 1 rharged for each addi tional eighty wi.rd. Correspondent will please rc ui'mhrr In alaar mail llicir item mi tliat they oil! reach n on Mon day. This matter it seriously im portant tu u. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nasville 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. Outlookand LouiSvilleWeek ly Dispatch. $1.30. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.85. TfU'ESnAY.OCT.6, IKU8. War flatters. The Spanish Peare Commissioner at Pari are under Instructions by their government to not under any circumstances allow the United Mates to interfere with the dispo sal of the Philippines or other iklanda outside of those retained by the United Mates. That is sup posed to indicate tha...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 October 1898

f . ' ' ' t t 1 . v XT VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1898. NO. 12. itranflffltttte m pi I" . . . i"t rv. - ; i. . I ' 5' t y X , A '. -4 : - -. Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayer of Math county are hereby notified that the tax for the year 1898 have been made out and placed in my hand re therefore notified to call at mv oCct and settle. J. M. Atciiisok, S. B.C. Feed Rye at Brother k Goodpasture. The electric-light (plant encugh water Friday To i start th arc light again Go to Mr. Estill's and see the a f:tm 11.50 up. Tucker Manley has The Oct Look's thanks for a fine kershaw brought in Monday. A new line of ready-made skirta very cheap at Mrs. Estill s. W. D. Young shipped a double deck car-load of h urt to the Balti more market Tuesday. All the new,!ades in dress goods at roe. -bottom prices. Mrs. Estill. An Interesting communication ' from C. A. Brown will be published in next week a issue. J. Clay Donnan wants to chase 38 bushels of good rye. pu An ny one h...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 October 1898

OHllWSUHle OUtlOOK. U a ESTILU PaMlahar. OVTINUS VILLI, i I KENTUCKY T'-'.a THE MAN IN THE CAB. nd as.ua- ta th aleeptna; car faihac ana another and dreaming child. nlrhc mtsid. Bhsr mw a atar. ! Tha nurt for ih storm as Intra and th wind w nid. Fh transied train In It all-ntrht race. Hold mnr soul In Its fraclle valla. Ahll up la bla oab. with a amked-ained Caoa. I" :s ui hi too creasy overalls. Throuch th Ant-boa door tha hrat glows srhtt. Tha atam la hlaalnc at all I ho corks: Tha r-lstooa danr and tha drive-wheels amlta Tha tiwanbllna- Tails till tha whole earth racks. But awvwr a aearchtn eya could trace Taoiarh tha nlcht U black and the speed appsts A Una at fear la tha amoke-oxatned fsc Of tha aoaa In tha creasy overalls. Ka haltlnc. wsv.rlns coward he. Aa ha laahea hla engine around the runre. But a peacfr-anoompaaaed: Grant or I-ee. With a heart af oak and aa Iron nerve. And aa I ask that you aaaka a plac In tha Temple ta Heroes' aarred halls Where I may nan tha amoke-ataln...

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