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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 June 1900

r t pii H C < L S r < E r ctctG GG ct GC G K G G ctG G ct 11 < I w STATE NEWS HAPPENINGSI it ii in iV 4 TAYLOR ISSUES A CARD CARDI IL lie Drrllnni to He a Cnnilllntp for the Itrpnltllrnn nnilnntlon It for Governor iJ i w Louisville Ky June tlW S Tay lor sent to the Kvcning Iost from In Ilor the following statement r inwhich he declines to bea candidate for the republican nomination for governor governorTo k To The Kepnblicans of Kentucky s tAt one time I thought and so nn I nouneed that if the republican nom II nation for governor were tendered to t me 1 should not feel authorized to de cline it Hut nfter mature considera tion of all interests involved in the eoutcst for civil liberty nnd of my S S tdntr to myself and to my family for whom 1 must provide 1 feel flint I 1 tshould ask at your hands relief from the exactions which a nomination S would impose I3 For ten long months I have home S ns best I could the burdens which have attended this great struggle How much I have...

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 June 1900

4 b Z wr t I lit a 1 0 j t > I gJ OWIHGSVILLE OUTLOOK f fOrrlLOOK PUltLISlilXG CO S rI i OWINGSV1LLK KY I SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE S THURSDAY JUNE 14 1900 I M IVRK that wns a dummy Aguin ndo the Americans glint at Legal 1 o + J THE American girls are prnctic ing the Hobfon pucker for the f MerriniRc hero is coming home I i t IT docHtTt make n particle of I difference now what label the Kin sas City convention puts on it for 9 jit will he essentially Rryanism 1 FEKKDOM CIflh1hbUt real men hove to hiive it Therefore no a price ip too high to pay for it Down with Goehelism at any cost S 4 THE orthand Eastern Dom orrnfic conventions whilo favoring Bryan nro giving as littlo consid 4 1 i rttion to tho 18 to 1 idea as pos < 4 j pIk yj Tncur is I nc thing pretty certain OJ J iilmut tl e outbreak in China the J lutvpupert rant mkc Fiieh n fun q 1vy iMifinrnf of Chinese terms ae ilijy did of the Boer words II 1 4In and fled products continue a declining in price the supply being p in uxc...

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 June 1900

a II t I I Li Lit I A 1 I = t 1 i 5 4 5 p S S r 1 J S a a I sS I 5 ii 1 4 oJ a a t 0 3fc e a I S r rOo Oo iI i 1 a a S r 1 5 S a O z > it S Oo P c 1 S J J 5 a I t > A tli ItI l If t a A F 1J1 a 1 1 7 1 ac 1 c > oi i r I4 I4a a t 4 a l 5 a i i t v 5 < 1 1 JI aT4 > 1 Iz t ii f > 4Al f 5 C 0 0 1tMI < 9 she 5 5 1 e 5 S T t 8 J7 j1 a 5 1 1 r J 5 S < 5 a 1rl 1 a r 5 P5 r1 f Sj SjV Lr J Sr 6a f T5 St S > i > 1 Ii S 00 if > iXXt a 11 Y 1iT G < h > c 1J1 tPti 1 1 t 1 J l 1 < t 1r > L 9 t < + < I N A 1 j 7F C c o J W 1Ii > > Ooi t ro h 0J iaJj v t Si Il i ti h J L r ht 0 > IT Inft T 4J f t VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 21 1900 NO48 = U e S > S S I 1JUL E sARGAINO AT GILLON II S I U In order to reduce T my stock of I will during the month of June offer these goods at greatly reduced prices I also have a large stock of LADIES and MISSES SLIPPERS at prices that will close them out this month Come in and see them before ...

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 June 1900

a 4S dIIII p s 9 t S 4 c c1i t Owlngsvllte outlook iOCTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO PublUhert f aWlNUSVILLE KENTUCKY I iJ HIS SECRET V The good man 133aflwhlte and still 1 Under thft pall of fragrant flowers I AnJ the net ors wondered about the ft Twill of the dead maus glfls and Powell I t With many a doleful shake of the head t Recounting the kind wise words he raid L That had helped so many 10 climb UfclI I bill Raid one He never would press a debt That he held 81alnlll the needs or poor Said another His table was aIwa vri For the hujpry stranger who passed the door While yet another with bated breath Told of the genii and peaceful death With neYer a sign of jar or fret pnd each one asked what was the gift I That made his life HO full of peace t While others burdens were ltCfI I And death seemed only a strange our I cease 4 tasetc < ome labor and constant strain paliib b With only the hope of the shroudt white thlft e S Then one whose voice was soft and low Rose upjand spoke 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. — 21 June 1900

t 1 1 S t < i t i c > Z > lMBARDMENT t LT1ft Taku Shelled and Cap Shipsf t f tlrcwForeign t 0 LngdIit d Ainrrlrnn Chnrchr Aj y0 rrlenrrn Rrililrnee d lIurlaIn Tlrn 1ln1r1r wa AVIrr Cnl ar i London ifiine ISShiingbni is to the fronjngain with th < > slntenient iolnltmtlltL iiie4 by the international troops tNOnlill to u Cheffoo sjKcial sev i enteen forts olIItt1 lire upon the taNbil whcreujK the fleet re tJllittl in kind nml silenced the Chinese c guns and the international forces t Kitbse < juently landed and wired the forts Jfhe news of this engagement is 4 Mated to have been brought to Che ChtJ J too by a Japanese warship but the I date of the occurrence is not given 4ccortlillJ to n dispatch the Chinese bombardment followed an ultimatum 1tielll bj the ronimanders of the fleet An ollicinl dispatch from the Ger t man e insul at Chefoo received in Ier lin confirms the arrival of a Japanese i tor > edo hOlt with the following The Japanese torpedo boat reports fTh...

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 June 1900

j I I < If L OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK I w tOULLOOKPUflLISUIWCO n a t OWINGSVILLE KYin in Esi PER YEAR IN ADVANCE of inP fTHURSDAY JUNE 21 1900 m p SMARK HANNA Buys Dollivcr for Vice President The knowing ones e I are betting on Dolliverle lef t The State Republican Committee G L has called a convention at Louih Ivile July 17th to nominate n cane date for Governore ROBBER COIKF YONTS was reward ed by the lou tille Goebolitc con vention with the nomination for g Statcatlar o Presidential Elector w 1TnERlt is some talk of the Chi Jnese Boxers sending missionaries a S I to convert the savage St Louis 4 11 1street car strikers and their syiflt a pathizers to moral waysh J I EMPERUU WLUE of Germany isL I the proiidext iiinn in Europe IiiI Parliament having passed the billC thai is ti > tunke Germanys navy P l ieryr h UCCXIIAII Black Lewis andL Smith are tin entries for the Goebelh h I 4 Guliornntoiiul Makes It looks like t 3 it in the fidd against Bcckham b 4 Thcrtr is wmie tulk of durk ...

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 June 1900

t a TCS i 21 d T > I bt tuintllr utIookj I VOL XXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 28 1900 7 NO 49 3 0 IYFE3 AEIc r i1csi iir c In order to reduce my stock of When you have n news Item or wish to communi cate with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up MENS AD BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS ETC > K rl I will during the month of June offer these goods at greatly reduced prices I also have a large stock of LADIES and MISSES SLIPPERS at prices that will close them out this month Come in and see them before you buy I TERMS CASH JAMBS GIUL > 0N MAIN ST WINGS VI LLE KY 5 t f The corn and earlyset tobacco t 1 e ate growing nicely d r For a stylish turnout 01 any dcs i crlpUon go to48 t q TATTIRSOX CArLEmu I A heavy but brief rain Saturday s Just before dusk was a great help V to vegetationt George Jackson sold to Espy II b eI Goodpaster a gootj threeyearold f saddle mare for 80 4j E C PKRRT Dentist located y over JM Rlcharts store Office c thours8tol2au3ltO5pfl t John W Dawson sol...

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 June 1900

4 It 4 7 L U ty t hi I i i H f OWlnosvIII6 ODUOOK 1 OCTUJOIC rDBUSHlNa CO 1ubllshrr I IQWNGVIT4LE KENTUCKY WINNERS AND LOSERS The man who quits ct the first rebuff Is one of the men who fall And the man who deems three efforts I eroucli Is one of the men nlio fait 1 Thf man who believes dcirn in his hurl t p That he never was born to sway S Or to CO tt > the front In a leading rtft ro rle ocr the crowd tome day Is one of the mm who fall 4 The iran wro labors but fcrhlnuc f I Is one of the mm who fill J o matter haw vast Ma piles cf pelf c He It orf of the mm who fait Ek The man wa has revcrcnJoynS the thrill J That Co lows a UUdn H cliovrn 3 Has nivtr wen and he ntver vlll Though the earth wcr all hto own lie weuM still be doomed to talt 1He The man who never cvc up Is one I Of the luck mn that win Who bclleveB that his best has never bccr i I done la one of the mn that win The man who has faith IB hlmtcjf and stands t ForevEr rrady to try fi Whatever mtn do with head cr with M h...

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 June 1900

J t 71 11 t < i c W s frr REPUBLICAN TICKET I KcKfnley For President and Gov Rocsevelt For Vice President I 1 I The Platform Adopted Ileneiri Al PTh Jlnnc to tle Principle of the Utilil Stniulnrtl lId Kn lor > e > HeKlnlej FortInn Toller < i 1 Philadelphia June Ot 1237 fPhllndelphia the republican nation nl conention of 1900 wns called to 3vrkr hy Chairman Ilnnna Trayer was offered by Rev Dr Ilol tlm ton of Philadelphia At the conclusion of the prayer llanna arose and again a wave oft applause swept over the hall The secretary the national com totlpplause new read the call of the convention buid Hannu As Col Dick arose he was greeted vith hand clapping and cheers f1e preliminary business being con cluded Hanna began his speech In concluding llannn said It was IIclnlffi 1t pleasure to now present the dlntiiiguishcd rcnator from Colorado Ildr Wolcott as temporary chairman ijIfIcr Chairman Wolcotts address ithe convention adjourned until noon i t JVedneMlny iVMlatlelpiia Ju...

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 June 1900

fa I 0 tIII 1 1 1 v 1 OW1HGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY JUNES 1900 I t Another mch victory nnd I am eelti g TIIGUE was a unanimity of unan imousness that wan unique at the Philadelphia oncntlonI iTOE parachute cnsuult BCHEOII p has opened The balloonatic fool 1 und his life are soon parted n MCK nnd Teddy make n Hibcr nlnnfoundinK ticket even if Ted is dcwr ndid from an Amsterdam Dutchman 4 Tm LouJjvillo Police Court has no bowels A darkey was yanked lipfore it and fined a ten spot himjIy becauso ho whipped another dnrht y who Ptiirtcd to tell him a jifcc lie 111 heard four timet be ft H SrriF x < 5 of thing Chinese iMx > < jvind that i I nrr war iin > a rotor of Shanghai j 4 iIfl t rioil to son how high ho could I Ail j z lit jumped with tilt greatest cas < J vi r thtt tops of the trtrs i A lt1 Ki fell snd got dirt tnI MARK HSN was In his tIoryat 4 Itp ihc Philitdilpliia convention last e w4 k He flew hihnnd if hi...

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 July 1900

A t r 5 i o 1 1 too r Of < < T < v il < 11 < J t c < z 4 I4It ltIlE4 N J JT Eb tt1iiIQitIillt utiook 1i f < 1 s os 1 VOL XXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 5 1900 NO 50 2 JUNEEARGAiNS AT G LLQNZ UIll order to reduce l U my stock of When sou have a news item or wish to communi ute with TITS OUTLooK office by phone ring up MENS AD BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS ETG KI I will during the month of June offer these goods at greatly reduced prices I also have a large stock of LADIES and MISSES SLIPPERS at prices that will close them out this month Come in and see them before you buy thatI TERMS CASH JAMES GILJUGK MAIN ST WINGSVIL IB KY uP U ia 51 7 cy t s f e 4 As a rule a mans a fool D When its hot he wants it cool tu r Whan its cool he wants it hot Always wanting what is not 4 Louisville Post Ii I a Next Monday will be County is Court day b hh The late rains made a fine potatof r I crop secureI a For A stylish turnout of any des Vripton go toJ 7 PATTZESOX C1TLETT...

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 July 1900

J Owinosviiie Outlook 0 OCTLOOK PDBL1SHINQ CO Publishers I fiWDfGSVILLE KENTUCKY t BE GLAD Be Rind when the flowers have faded Be glad when the trees are bare When the fog lies thick on the fields and moors Ard the frost Is In the alr1 I When all around Is a detcrt And the clouds obrcure the light 7 fVhfn there arc no pangs for the darkest daj X jNo stars for the longest night a Be clad when the world Is lonely i1And the heart has been bereft 1 When of all the loves of the young spring 4time tSea lTe a friend Is left 1 Ii Be glad In the desolate valley Tt I Jn When the joy of the morning Is far behind And the gloom Its task fulfill A 1t Ah yes for the truest gladncrt II Is not In ease or mirth 1Ah has Its home In the hrart of Rod Not In the loves of earth Cods love Is the same forever S If the skies are bright or dim And the Jcy of the morning lasts all day o When the hrart Is glad to Him Marianne Famlrgham In ChrlMlan WorM It ittrrin SUIY oj Ajriy Life I n The rWtybmcs ICoryricht i...

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 July 1900

lit R S U MMM6 G 1t r I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST r I i J M 4 QO I 1 CAPT POWERS RELEASED jI 1Connt JiulKe Cnrnclt nt llnrlnn I Iky ItecnirnlBea the lnrdun I tanned II > Taylor faed 1 Jlnrlan C IL Ky Tune SCIIII t KyS who was arrested here on the charge of complicity in the murder of Win t tioelel was released His attorneys institiitr habeas corpus proceeding mill ufSer a hearing before County Judge Cornett Powers produced a pardon signed by W S Taylor on ftIarcll 6 1 < 00 offering it as n liar to I nrrest and prosecution ludpe Cur nett honored the Tmrdou and Powers vas ordered relcaxed from cifttody This is the second time Powers has liecnarrcsted on the same charge and s released on Taylors pardon in the mountain lIlIItiof Kentucky the former trial taking place in Knox county countyCapt IViwcrs is a brother of Secre lacy of State Caleb Vowcrs who is e14how ludog held in jail at Georgetown on the saute charge REPEAL THE GOEBEL LAW L > mi1lnc Democrats Advorntr Cnll IJ I lr11...

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 July 1900

J i 4 I J T 1 h 0 w k i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK TLOOK IT HUSHING CO i t OWJXGSVJLLE KY t n s ft SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t I Tit UKSDAY J TI1Y J HliJ I I 1 I Ir lonkh like Townc for tbo taflc to the Bryan ticket t t I < BKTAN Buy 16 to 1 or bust nmlI t 4 of course it will be hothI t BRYAN is n shocking politician Last week he even shocked the s wheat on hiR farm 1 Tnn great international question 4 how is Shall the foreign bull turn 1 himself loose in the China shop 1 I Ball mean put Hill on the ticket with Bryun nnd give theI < > people a chance to kill two birds i T with one etoue UNCLE SAM lias just dunned Tur 1 lev again for that little 1 0 U If Unole 6ts irllo if with the Turk ho i wilt be mrning throe wars at the artt tIlUt S E IT looks like lh < b rftrL too m idl Hryniiiztd Jind turned to start cntndhing nt Kansas City this vvek Still Dave Hill end Dick S f 1 1WCThker Nrc thre I J I WHAT pairinnc 15ry nite will raze trt d the Lemuel Quigg plat t tunis act nt JIa Oily an...

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 July 1900

4 I I D E S ct t a o > p 4 f I r 0 I 4 Ih e It a H I 4 I q t JI w I to c 4 I Ii 1f ft i if t ii tIII J2 OJC it < f 1oO > t 1 jr 71 4 I l J > Jol p l 00 i t C J S o > b t t J r J fI 1 t t j < I II t2 1 r4 1I h rj ill I + m I b r A t 1I 1 i j 1 p P si t sJt j S I t jIJ I4I fr p p iJ iJry l T o j rJ 7ri l i > > p 11 > r p t 0 ir > t 1 1 < t < i J t f f 1 4P i 1 J csasi > W f J v = t r < > > e y ts i It Y S > fc I > f O 2ts I 2 fC E ii to t jtJt J i Th 11 < i < > I minnill nttaok t f jTH d 1 wI of J c J 4 J f = = t g VOL XXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 19 1900 NO 52 i 51h 1When you have a news item or wish to communi cate with TUG OUTUWK ofllce by phono ring up 7 Great balloon asccnFinns at the Cynthiann Fair August 1 2 3 I and 4 11IiBS Ohio Hart will teach tho fall term of the Roynoldsvillc school T S Shrout has moved his fur niture stock to the C II Hoon store room Dont miss the oldfashioned fair Cat Cynthiana KYt A...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 July 1900

t b f q 1 1 t fc i c owinosviiie OutiooK j OUTLOOK rUBLISHIXQ CO PublUners f OWIXOSVILLE KENTUCKY I i t TIS WELL p Happy beyond we cannot see I ir Better by far that we should smile at I first Happy we do not know or fear the worst A little while from apprehension free We dream of cooling waters all we thirst TIll well we cannot see I Father tis well we cannot soe That all our human artifice Is vain T All things must vanish that we sock to Q gain Our substances are shadows and they fire The paths of pleasure leading on to pain 1 Meet at Gethsemane I thank Thee lord I did not see Far down my lifes cold rocky road i I could not know the grievous heavy load Was love that turns to sorrow ard must be At once a beckoning phantom and a goad Towards Grthsemane s Annie RobertsonNoxon in Home Jour nal f 1 t WKOIER 1r y ie1 c S ICopyrltbt 1899 Vy F Tennysoa Neely I 1tCHAPTER XVIII CovTiNfEP IIoofE wheels and flashing lights i ivere again at the entrance gate J1 even as Mrs Frank sparkling with...

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 July 1900

cl I 4rt l T c JPT G 4 tt L STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I g b n I 3A DANGEROUS BUG BUGI Ita nilr CuhiI the Itrnlli of n flock 1 catllr Ciinnlv Farmer Ulli > M Vcrlmleu L lit Vcrnon Ivy Inly 13 Henry I Urannninoii a reputable farmer and others of the Wildie neighborhood zee miles fast of this platf bring 1 in till report that Sam Co1agel IS d years dieil Sunday fiom the elTeels 0 > f the bile tif a bIIF or insect He vns bitten on the liiUIIC day last week and it began to swell His whole face swelled to enormous pro I jiortions and parts of it sloughed off l > efir he iliinl ITI Mrs Kobert Cook Iiic Phillips milt four others are MilVcring fniiu a Siiinilar alllietion Two of tlie sun poscd insivls have been captured 1 They an about In inches bmg tvith j a lM dy shaMd like n wasp and liate a double set < if wings I VAGRANCY LAW VOID A Kentucky Menrsnrr PruTIitlig for lnnlIiniriil Akin lo Mnvorj Iru V I iinniirrtl nronntllutlunnl Snrneret Ky Inly 11Jh va Rraney law was declared unc...

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 July 1900

t t S i 1t w 1 a ΒΌ S L f lVft C OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY J t > 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 THURSDAY JULY 18 HOOI < MRS MARY E LEASE who was aI keen Bryanite four years ago turns I the marble heart to the Newbrasky S etatesmanikin this year which no < doubt will cause Billy to conclude that she is no unntleman > f You mllY mufco much over the popularity of your William Hren ning Jynnses and things in their own party hut they must all hide their diminished heads when John G Woollcy of Illinois is around He has the Presidential nnniinntion of the Prohibitionists and the Vice Presidential nomination of the 1 United Christians all at the same Itime timeAs As usual the Goebelites in Ken ton county i > plit bolted andinr ned onSaturday sending conies ting delegations to Lexington t Tnrvin hud the majority with him hut the strict gangsters of the old Goebel regime bluffed things in the old way Tarvin freins to be n rictim of the old monster that he...

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 April 1901

Is < < i 2 2 j u 1 V C > I Ht i i f l 1ie tuinoillr 1 = i U 1 j = OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 25 1901 NO 4QA VOL XI 1 MRSO SESTILL Ai HAS A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF 1 = = I UMBRELLAS PARASOLS KID CLOVES NECKWEAR BELTSI Everything in ladies wear except shoes Goods sold cheap for cash Give her a share of your patronag V tL 1 i = i 5 Wheu you have a news item or wish to communi cate with THE OUTLOOK 1 office by phone ring up I 07 I upI upI i jj Sweet Potatoes at Brother and I < Goodpastcrs I Look at Brasher i Brothers line I t of Hats and Shoei before you buy II TBed Yellow and White Sweet I j S Potatoes at Brother A Goodpasters I I 1CorD drills with or without for I L1 tilizer attachment at Brother < t I I Cos I 2 J Yon can get any kind of Sweet I Potatoes you want at Brother V I GoodpaiteraI i The timber runs on the river I tides ought to make flush times up I lathe mountains I I Ib iW A1TJ Onehalf dozen young b ired foxes Apply to Dr G W 1 Conner Owingsville Ky II T ...

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 April 1901

s 1 S n < S 4 e T owlngsville outlook OUTLOOK PDBLISHINO OCX Publisher OWl GSVlLLEI T I3 SES2331 i 1THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING Pull nrtonl < When fell the Christmas snow I Two thatmade made them man and wife wlCei t He She alert defender trl htV they trod S the flowery way up sine steep hill of lICe IAIWIWS they stood togtther 4 tn air or stormy weather urJJU each others burdens 6url I g each pleasure bright t I She with her counsel tender lie the alert defender Onward IItlU onward wending up to the V mountains height t > t Then they came down togethertex W In fair and stormy weather p t Eomo little quieter perhaps but loving still and true And no hands locked hearts tender c He the alert defender ddendtrt the steep tlvugh way beguiling r AVID rhcor of fans and storyaro Both wore white crowns of filory 1Iich looking upward knew that home k and Heaven awaited I Two hearts thm truly matedvit Had llvetl and loved and waited Till loyal tried and true they meet be ycmd the blue Mary A...

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