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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 April 1901

oI I > 14iI r d j r I 1 j STORMS H AND FLOODS Much Damage Wrought to Pitts i burgh Property f Many Iloimm nt Wheelnjr HrldKe Iiort and Heiitvood Are Flooded t b 5 PDUIIICnIe c of tin 1Iot iu 5 1SOS Expected nt lu merit 1 Pittsburgh PnM April 22PUts buruli and Jtfleghenynrt slowly enierginjj from the murky flood At 8th rivers were receding nenr ly a foot an hour TIll highest point reached nt Davis Island dam was 25S feet at 3 n m which means 23 feet C nt the junction of the Allegheny and Monont abcla rivers The water re q mained stationary until about 3 p m when it began to fall Conservatiie r estimate of the total damage in this r tlistrict is betwren 2000000 and 3 boooo Fifty othuullnd workers arc suffering from enforced idleness aa a rosnlt = of the Hood fJt While there has been greater floods nt this point there never was ono that caused to much financial loss and t discomfort At Carnegieboro sir miles from PitTsburgh the loss Is estimated nt 1 L 400007 Hie Westinghouso Electr...

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 April 1901

t r J f1 J s i < u r r > r S 1 I 4 I J 1 4 S r J 1 r i r 3 c 1IL a t c tt Jio I 2 I 2rt 4 IJ 1J I k t < I ttil1l > r tvt G000PASTER DJONS CON With an uptodate line S of everything in the new fof j est patternsand designs in 1 1i CARPETS r WALK OVER SHOES r Dress Goods Silks Organdies Pongees Organzine Dimities Madras Tissues Linen anaf French Gingham and everything new and pretty in the thingoods line We Will show you the largest line of CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS and LACE CURTAINS at lowest price We make Brussels Vilton Velvet or Axminster 350 t OWINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISH ING CO1 OWINGSVILLE KYI i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE IIi i THURSDAY APRIL 25 1901 Every business communication I must be addressed in THE OUTLOOK PCBLIBIIIKG Co OwiNRSVILLE KY KYI I it It lP ANNOUNCEMENT > We are authorized to announce I 21 R McGregor for Magistrate in the Wyoming district subject to the action of the Republican pnrty 1W We are authorized to announce Butler Toy as a candidate to suc...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 May 1901

i 3 c I + 2 < I 1 I 1 1 II I I I i If t I y j Of l r r 10 I J I I J S I 9 S V 4 S > L V 1 S K II ot r I 7 1 4t4r4 Lit iir r > 4 S p 4 a r q4 z I c a t Y i rfe w > J I ic h1e gtuingtull e Jullook p d II VOL XXI I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 23 1901 n NO 44 r MRS OKa LTILL 1 handle the noted ElkhornWbis key There is no better made J W LANE Owingsville Ky I The telephone men kept up a steady borfming Monday blasting boles for poles down Prickly Ash Have yon feeti ItrolhrrA Hrtbt rs new line fit lrCOIIIh Gtiltiri Po Jhr eeri2vd Linen and Silk Waist 1ai torn II LTh1ma J Peters has secured patents on throe inventions ticur rr coaiL i lake tontli uiiu bus oI gy shaft bU1 f Your eys should lie properly Jilted with gH8i > e We will give SOU sntUfaction at O C Hariis the jowelrr Mr NeUon MnLoney of Cyntbi ann and Miss Virginia Reed Culd pllor Sharpsburg are announced to be married June 12th Farmers will roaka a mistake if they fail to procure a colt of the gel of J S Brow...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 May 1901

to < 1P j c vV a fIIrj 11 = L U < f I W b ca i y cr JXIf ti I t I Jlllr f r j > 2J f I a < 4 1 1 owinosviile OutiooK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO Publishers OWING SVILLE i KENTUCKY A COUNTRY BOY There are lots of things In this wlle old world That I dont pretend to know t And city chaps perhaps may think That 1 am a trifle slow Hut 1 know fomo things Ill bt they dont 4 And would oi > en their eyes to see P > r the woods and fields hnve always i liccn The best of friends to me I know where the nuts are ripe and i thick thickJ In the beech woods dim 1nd I know where strawberries big and sweet I Grow red on the upland rim 1 know where the trout are gliding swift In the deep dark woodland pool And I know the finest of swimming spots V t V Just halfway home Irom school I know where the oriolu builds her nest t V In the pasture elms so high And I know the call of a hundred birds V V In valley and wood an1 sky c 1 can whistle just as the robins do V When the evening winds are st...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 May 1901

< JIt A < 4 r Y < w > 1 Ii 1 1 l I > I ttR rI p JI f I iW = I trI A ll < I v jir tCRISIS HAS PASSED z1r McKinley Able to Sit Up > Awhile Sunday Evening J Ac prOntlo Inc linn Hern DocMrU 1rcIdentJk e l v 1 rWIll Mart For the > n 4 1 < rt tloiinl Cniiltal t t i ri feah < Francisco May 20tlrs Me uKinlevV condition was FO far im v v imlJtol lJtol i USIlIllIa cvenng that Jihe was ublu to nit up nivhile This welcome iicivswas sin n out shortly after 5 ifWri Ccn Shatter called on 1resUlont lreshhntI injr word cjme down stairs that Mrs I ilcKinlcy was sitting up The presi dent at once asked to be excused and hurried to the sick room Th nnxicty caused by Saturday nights 1lillletin stating that Mrs McKiu r leys leinperature was higher was ilispellrtl at 10 oVlock Sunday morn inr when Secretary Cortelyou an Jiouiicfil that bhe had jiassed a cotii tforfnble night and that the slight fever noted Saturday uiijlit had sub shied The jircsMent did not attend rliurcli bu...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 May 1901

r vw = < 1Ji k f J s < 1 t < r 3 J < 111 y t U 1W 4 P r i c l l II ir 1 = I 0 ri r IJO 4 < LGP 4 IL i L t f E I I J i i lOWINGSVILE OUTLOOK r OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY MAY 23 Blot Every business communication must be addressed to Tnr OUTLOOK PUBLUIIINO Co OwixosviuE KY else we will not be responsible for it ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce M R McGregor for Magistrate in tb Wyoming district subject to the Action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Butler Toy rs a candidate to sue ceed himself ac Magistrate in the Wyoming magisterial district sub jact to the notion of the Republican IirtsVe t Ve authorized to announce ice I I W Staton for the office of Magis trate in the Wyoming district tub i ject to the action of the Republi 4 can party We are authorized to announce IWe C William of Msorcn Fer ry for magistrate in the White Sulphur district subject to the ac tion of the Republican par...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 May 1901

C rt f < YioJ 1i t I < 4 r i i > r t < V S 1 S I I f J t 1j 4 1i 1I f 1 J 4 0 i i J J j > > i > 1 > < < 1 y441 ki s Jt h 1 i I 3 S 1 ij < J S s i r > 0 I t fv l4 if1t d if j t M J nt i J > < 3J S I JH 1jS r SJJ f 1 t J I s i t < tj i r i c f F y1 t i f t 4 rtJI A iI 3 v t < 0 t L t 1 l r4 J 4 I t1 fb > WI dI Ir < 0 1 tJ r J7rJ z4ifT rlj t i Ii f7i ri i rt r < A lt t 1i f 7 rJi4 Ti S o ± 5 1rjjt i tu1ntt llt i flflflJ > it < t I I cJ r t c S 5 5 H t VOL XXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 30 1901 8 rr 51 When you have a news JoltSIItem 51Whea vUh t com mum cate with Tux OUTLOOK offloe by phone ring up 5 1 A complete stock of jewelry lo elect from at O C Harris1 AU kinds of Sweet Potato plants I for sale by Brother Goodpaster I Now is the time to get cheap goods in millinery at Mrs EltUlsI Look at Brother eV Brothers line of Hats and Shoes before you buy Now is the time to get cheap goods in millinery at Mrs Estills 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. — 30 May 1901

p 0 i t 1 tib r e t r < > 1 F 1 < 1 > Z4 jf t il it t < 1 4 Ii r pi o i 01 e ll > < > > t I tI 4r e > > T > f S OutIOORJ OUTLOOK PCULlSUINa CO Publishers OWINGSV1LLK i I KE5JTDCKX THE PROUD HEROth He rode In stale before the crowd isI I He heard the cannon booming louJ lie saw the hats In airly He heard the music rising high I lie jaw tho flags abovey lip heard the people rend the skyn skyI i pTic rON responsive to the cheerI ehfcIII at And while the plauillln smote hi can IJelow his breath hesaid S They greet me with htzaa v jWWlay i withX And should I theq be pjoiid i Ere night Rome newer hero may Be worshiped by the crowd > Ay but there one at home whose eyes Arc dim with happy tears W tk And proud be heard > her constant igitslo loI toc ip O I I tl a I y lL NI S HARR Lt T EDiI i 7 Copyrlctit 1S9S bJ Llpplncott Com pany AU rights reserved i 10 0 i dfl1TElt vrn I S Leavingthe physicians bfiice Holbin Imatte his way through the stwetk 4wher...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 May 1901

lt < c < c c c c c c c < ito it i STATE NEWS ITEMS k A J lJ J MADE MOONSHINE WHISKY I Still Fount In Ivllchrn nf n Moiuil > v nlu llruutv Hilt MIC l > cni > rtl t DUlfcrn In llarkiir T < Whitesburp K yMnv 27 The oU 4 r cers of Perry county south of herihi t nre on the hunt for pretty Miss Sarah Conley agttI JS n strikingly hand some woman who Iris bciiS operating a fullHedged moonshine a Ktill in her kitchen p1or nrollllllI tin Conley home greatly iiitoicaled and this state of affairs led to an in f vestigHtion Tlic Investigation hat ff brought to light a lirg ouantity of I com whisky moonshine beer mill all t the necessaries that gtt to make up J the moonshine still 1 tiIis Conley is a woman of singular < beauty and possesses real charms but the ollicers made cfTorJs to arrest her 0 itb same as they would have done xvith n less attractive clTender Tluy knew she would resist as a good re j volver sintl Winchester were kept ii I iii wf her kitchen They closctl...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 May 1901

c Is E r i V tI i < 3 C I F Ojp f J7 > TJi T > tr i > V r x1 > th f7y J > > r 10 s S 7 t 7 o 4tZ n v I 4 OWIHG8VILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY f 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY MAY 30 1901 hEvery Every business communication communicutioni itI SevPcLIPntNG Ii else we will not be responsible for IL m FOR ANNOUNCEMENT MAGISTRATEIn J piii ii R McGregor for Magistrate in thi Wyoming district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce l Butler Toy aa a candidate announIC IUCt tileJ 4 jactto the action of the Republican party We authorized to announce G w W Stnton for the office of Magis trate in the Wyoming district sub I ject to the action of the Republi can party j t 1Vo are authorized to announce t Frank C Williams of Moores Fer ry for magistrxte in the White t Sulphur district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party McLxAN and Kilbourne have taS Ieratic politics in Ohio to shut out I L Johnson and Lentz Bo...

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 June 1901

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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 June 1901

tt 4 s 6 > 7 I 1 dt 6 7ff i if J 11J V tot Moi JII I III I t k l t > 3 L V 7I 11 J t jy t t tl to < t J L j 7 I 1 n n IOlvInosVIllG Outlook tOUTLOOK PDBLISUINO CO PublUhen fOWl GSVlLLE I KENTOCKTt 1 A WOMANS SONG IDo you call my face a rose With the time of pores near I Find a truer name than this For th6 brow and lip you ktf I For you know that roses die In the autumn ot the year scarI I I I Front the frost acdTacc the mows I 1 as never rose or tar t OncK too near and ones too far 1 Im no pebble and no pearl i Hut a Urine loving girlo I Iouth to Ufa you hand to keep t Touch with you while youre aelrcp 1iI Eyes to kindle when youic clad Hope to climb where you would creep Tongue to comfort when youre ad Call me wife and comrade dear Call me neither star nor rom Then the day I need not dread TVhtnrtw snow falls on my head Then ray w > ul to yours shall boo Chacgelt though my beauty got nd the eyes I love not fire Youth and crace forsaking me As the bees forsake a roe t3i ...

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 June 1901

Q I i f u uu iii UIt STATE3 ODDS AND ENDS i I I f b j i MISSPELLED WORD A Jndsrr Turned Down Or a Lady I Who Aflertvard Tnnarlit Him How I to Spell Correctly OwenslKiro Ky June ITho mar 4 1 > riagc of Judge II n Wedding and Mrs 41tbic Petty of this city last week was the culmination of a courtship that began 28 years ago and origi nated on account of a misspelled misptllrdWa WM that time Judge Wedding was a Ifyoulh of 16 and was teaching his lirt school He visited a spelling match at n neighboring school where Miss Deblc Coppagc was also a visitor Iti chanced that these two young ieopleI met for the first time as theh ttreprescntaties of their respective JbIt1c where they stood for 30 minutes 4sptIIing against each other from feb stcrx old blue backed spelling book r Finally the word marriage was giv I en out to Mr Wedding who pclledw it martage when Miss Coppagec spelled it correctly and turned himf L f down JuwnJ11l downThey s They were then introduced and ne 2 accompanied her ...

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 June 1901

1 h < oc f v df Y r rLt 71 t 111 f IE 14 1 > = > 1f iiJilfcJKi W 0 iSSSSWWfe r > 1i > xi If otIo > F 0 tot j 0 to I y j f rr 0 OtV t t O OWINGSVIILE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK 1UELISIJ IKO CO t OWTNGSVILLE KYt S t SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE a t THURSDAY JUNE 6 1901 a Every business communication d must be addressed to THE OUTLOOK f PUBLISIIINO Co OWINGBVILLE KT else we will not be responsible for it p ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTFOR MAGISTRATEI I I I I We are authorized to announce M R McGregor for Magistrate inI b the Wyoming district subject to t the action of the Republican pnrtyI k < 1 Wo nre authorized to announce I Butler Toy as a candidate to suc need himself as Magistrate in the Wyoming magisterial district sub ject to the action of the Republican party We authorized to announce Geo W Stnton for the office of Magia trato in the Wyoming district sub ject to the action of the Republi can party We are authorized to announce announceS Frank C Williams of Moore Fer S 4 ry for ...

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 June 1901

0 x hi 3 I i t 4 r J i p I f fi 1 1 < t t 4 1 J I to 1 < 1 9 a 4 j 1 I v J L T 1 l t t ct S a a rt1 I f + d 4 Si A 4 > S rI 7 rJ I J ts3 > CI i 0 55 0 1 < > r of J of Y t t rriiI j i f 1 J J tt 1 7o a iN J t A a X V 5jSj 4rol 4rolj j h t t jr XI It ya o i L r 4r ttr 7 t t 1 f J 7 51 t 1 ft t 7 Ii I j tJ 1 1iJ S p t Jri Jrii i ii o f Ij7iJ i 5 S YTx a > sj F 1T1 > t 0 11Ttkb oo AI Co > < S f11it tuIn4y3t1Illi nllook of C r i < I S > S > < VOLXX II OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 13 1901 < 5 When ynu have a rmws Item or wlata t communi cate with THK OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 5 t Watch for 150 at 0 C lIar ris the Jeweler S Dont buy a cheap tvino Buy cThl McCormick o The largest line of silverware in twn at O C Harris H L Lane sold to J J Nesbitt a nice sorrel horse for 130 You can have your eyes tested free of charge at O C Harris S McCormick twine stands at the head Brother k Co Agents S Now is the time to get cheap S goods in 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. — 13 June 1901

< j I fI < > b I 1T 7 I p I j r 1A < 0 r V > f 1I t ATI I < t OwinosviiieOiitiooR t OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO PubUihen DWINGSVILLB KENTDCKZ l t THE HAVEN OF DREAMS DREAMSl Wben the inMirr day with Hi toil Ir ocr And darknc ss broods over earth once more Vft gladly Flip through the pate of night And call for a mystical llhorc In the oftwlnsd shallop of sleep we Slide Oer a silent sea with a rhythmic tide 4 That lulls to ret each throbbing woe 7 Our aching hearts may hide And though from afar no Beacon gleams Nor mariner tar t1i LU guiding uJdlngbUzU heanwT l Li v iYCt Seeking the haven of dreams p And when weve entered that haven fair The wonders untold that await us there Hack in the meadow of childhood wfc VBack I roam Hashing again In the lavellglit of home 11 The Gear ones weve Tost are with us unio more Jut an we knew them and loved them of yore And none ever doubt 11 Is not us It seems While we linger entranctd In the haven ol dreams I So It eemeth to me that some...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 June 1901

< t i > ctc Ci Cct t c 1 J 0 1i S STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS i V t r + ENCAMPMENT CLOSED I f CLOSEDI < YlkflK Mlldr nttil tilt OUiorr liixtnll < rd The Oold Vetrinu IU for fI d Tlictr HoiiifM 1 I Covin niiKyw June 5The en campment of the It A Iw deiartmcnt of Kentucky took place in Covingtun Tuesday The crowd surpassed the I expectations of the entertainment 1 committee the largest delegation be S k r ing front Louisville Tuesday night 1 was tho big night of the encampment iI Many addresses by prominent men d 1 were madej j itt 10 oclock Tuesday morning a t meeting was held at Odd FellowsI l hall for the purpose of transacting TT important business and electing of liccrs The following ofllcerswere fleeted for the ensuing year loin lllaze department commander for 4t J the > tat of Kentucky las llyland senior vie department commander W 11 Carr junior vice department 1 commander chaplain D departlllclltl delegates 1 M Iluckley W Sanders tiiul Chas Solar lntlcrsI iovin toit Ky...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 June 1901

F > K 1 a Yti + 7 t C + y f ry rkvt Y ltrytitiT + ta i C tr + t lll J r w t w t K x 5f + a a + is 4 + t t f I K + C lytf JeA > f ° aa ° Ak N4KCi 4 rva ys y w p J rte ie 7 r t 4 a n r l1 > w r a1 r tr 1 s 4 s a xvrata A yaxdx z < f i IJittr 4J 1y firPy A > R MiL 8J J Cs 77r Ir t Y < y 4 JIotj I < f y r Y i bh or t > 9pJ r 4 Y J 1 f < > 1 < 0 t I 1 J c r 1 o d 4J 1 4 r t 1Gq y INGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 1 1 OWINGSVILLE KY v 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 THURSDAY JUNE 13 1901 tI very business communication must be addressed to TUG OUTLOOK 1unu RHINO Co OWINOSVIUE KY rtnUFt will not be responsible for r ANNOUNCEMENT 1J 1 FOR MAGISTRATE q We are authorized to announce M R McGregor for Magistrate in J j il the Wyoming district subject to p the action of the Republican party 1 t We are authorized to announce auca teed himself as Magistrate in the Wyoming magisterial district sub w ject to the action of the Republican party J > We authorized to ann...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 June 1901

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Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 June 1901

i r r T f g 1 jp rr 1 fl r t V eI fI iVC f f frjiir lt c it I c 1 R t II J1 f f 4 r j r I i OWlnOSY OutlOOk t P OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO PnblUners f OWINQSVILLK i i KENTUCKY jAs YOU AND I WILL BE 4 Though men may heap the dollar up r In aoldrn gleaming pile Though they may task beneath the light Of fickle fortunes smiles Yt when death beckon unto them 4 And murmur Come with roe Vhre just a < sad that day my boy As you and I will be Th dolUrt and the joy thry bring The Jetrla and the wine Must Mnfferever on this aide They cannot cross the line The poorest meekest of us all And be who Is most proud Are on a level for there are No pockets In a shroud No pockets for the shrouded has No need of pocket more But all his deeds the food and bad I They all have gone before 1 And when he fare to heaven gate gateHis His future fate to reek I tis well If haply there may be A tear stain on his cheek 4 TIs well for on our balance t No dollars hare a line But every one of sorrows tears Uke learning...

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