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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 5 September 1901

d r G c I t C 1 i STATE NEWS PICKUPS i if 1 It t i k C itSTRANGE SIGUT I z iAr t V V riert Knight Clmnril it ml CmiRlit J It Colored AVoinnn Who Hnil V Uralilinl IIU lure 1 t VtotiiaIIIc Ky Aug OThe sight V I Ifa plumed knight chasing wildly Si > through the streets with n large black 1 keepI i i way from liiiii interested passersby 1 an Seventh street near Main Out t I V on the street they flew resembling yriin death pursued by a templar r Finally the knight overhauled the fii 1 5itive nml nn uptodate policeman b landed her under the city hall clock b at the Central police station The knight was Sir C M Valter of o V New York who was pawing an alley I 4Vn Seventh Mreei near Main when S two Negro women stepped out and a J V seized him while one thrust her hand 1 into his inner coat pocket and took I la V V V ant his wallet containing C7 n V 1 Sir Knight Walter seized the worn i in who handed his pocketbook to the 1 V other who lied The Sir Knight was i fleet of foot and the chase...

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 September 1901

I f c 11 c = J > < j t 4i 4 C 3 I 11 I 1 I < 3 > < f 1 4 j t I c I I w e PINGSVILLE OUTLOOK b J OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO o OWINGSVILLE KYI SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t I THURSDAY SEPT 5 1901 Every business communication J must be addressed to THE OUTLOOK < v PUBLIEHINO Co OWIKOSVILLB KY c r else we will not be responsible for I I it I c ANNOUNCEMENT 4 t FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to nnnounre > Green W Riimer of Whit Oak a wt candidate for Clerk of the Bath 1 County Court pubjert to the action l of the Renublicun party > TH joke was on the Ky Execu tive Mansion elevator when it cut ft mans cork leg off last week A you at Zanesville 0 nearly lynched vituperative temperance orator Ohio isnt a Southern State TUB impression is out whether well or illfounded that the Court z 1 of Inquiry has beon organized by i bchleya ehemiesto convict him TQK death of Mrs Zina Young 1 the first wife W Mormon Chief Brigham Young leaves only four iof the widow Brigham Young alive ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 October 1901

4 fw Yti S r I is 4 1 b iiitr Ui I j a a I w r f r < J Jt It l f I 1 p t < 1 I 0w = l i > y I p tI 1 iIf 4 I t p 4 J p t j i j e > t iIt r + J f t 0 > 0 > w 10 s > + t i j or t T I 0 < 1ft r7 r > iio 1 r IlL < > t z 1p < t r Kit > FMi J I > S 1 < d IIir 4 f Y JF tY s 17 > T 4 if > eIj Y i 1 1x1tIiJo1f y 0 > J I l 1 ihWl jt V VOL XXI III 0 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1901 NO 12 r 51 When you have n news 51henynu lommumI item or wish to comrmmi cnto with THK OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 7 1 Buy a grate or stove of Brother I Co Go to Brother k Co for guns and ammunition For n nobby dress pattern see u < Brother do Brothers line IThe Harrison Deposit Bank Iti I new institution at Cynthiana = Buy a grille or stove of Brother Co before stock is exhausted 1k w Bring your rnulen to Cal Kewlg y j jiukn at Denton Jones next Mon k Lo day wt St mr f am f IfLo > jLopk at Brother Brothers line I l Qr ladies capes etc befo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 October 1901

Owingsville Outlook bt OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO Publishers B b OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY T To n LOVE IS NOT BLINDi Lon li not blind but sees through all Alt V I Kulce h And that Is why we hear from day today t Of odd engagements causing much sur e prls And ire dlncs pasting strange In every n way o od What can she ne In him the critics ay d q Lore Is not blind but un through all dls h f rulse c Tli those who cannot ute his Roentgcnh ray At whom Love laughs and ravts them a to surmise a I nnd In you what all true lovers prize II ° Tou find In me all I was meant to be h 4 Lon is not blind but Fees through all dls f I guise And finds the charm compatibility And 10 when comes the day that we arel wed lkWell smile at tho e who think them I telves more wise And live to prove the truth of what were f raidf Lore Is not blind but errs through all dill f gulr s A P Rex In Good Housekeeping t SERVEP tt tI t I By Charles M Sheldon < Amtfcor of IU BIS STEPS 10HW KHfO8 l I QtlZSTlOll CLASS ualnrARD f4...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 October 1901

Ai 4 p Wo Co G g t INTERESTING STATE NEWS 0 0I F t I 1A NEW OFFER 1 Thou AV Lawson Will Race Ilornlmi Aaaat Lord Derby Fr f lOOOO ior 30 < HH > a Side ILc I Lexington Ky Oct 3 Thomas W WI 1 tary Wilson of the Kentucky 1rotC iill association that he was very I t J hnxious to start Bornlma against Ixinl Derby here authorizing him to in t crease the amount of the challenge k pito use his best endeavors to secure the ir match It is said by friends of Law lion that he is Milling to increase theC anount to 50000 a side Each ofI the horses hns beaten the other twice lnxvson Is eaer to have the question J of superiority decided Wilson WedI jvewlay night wired the new challenge i 4to Hamlin at Ituffalo Lexington KyM Oct IUarry lIamI lIamI J retnry Horace Wilson of the IellI lucky Trotting Horse Breeders nsso i ciiUion that he jwsltively would nott r nurept fxiwsons amendetl offer of lO I A 000 for the match race between Lordt t Derby Rnd loralma It in1l off I TEN MILE MARCH i t Seldlrr...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 October 1901

p I I01 < < 1 S i Z t t < 1 1 I r jl rT T Vwr L It J J 1111 i C < < J < l l r t < I cr j r tcfr I t 1I i 4r I r j i JA t j < < li i ii = C < J L I r OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK r OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO I T OWINGSVILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J THURSDAY OCT 10 1001 i Every business communipHtion 1 11111t be nddropsrd to THE OUTLOOK runiiPiiisr Co OWIKRRVIIM KT 4r rIse we will not be icpponsible for 11 it i f Announcement I For County Superintend nt cf J p Schools t I We arc uiithnrized to announce George W Yiiunji of OUiiipin a 4rattdiiltte for Superintendent of Common Schouli of Bath rnnntv I Ifolhe nominee of the Itepiiblienn 5 party it t 1 i NHTiu > o is tun good for Sir i Thomas Lipton except to let his Shamrock beat the Columbia i j A LEAD Tit8Tto control the trad a in that metal nnd ill products is thrtiUiHd The poor conPiimer e 1nit in it WAKSAW Ind had a hulfinch snow October 3d and was not en S vicd her distinction in the least by 4 tho balance of t...

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 January 1903

1 1 r c 4 > l 1 4 r J J 1 t 3 EZ Y I r iT > 11 t 1 l < PttIg > J k f J I4 C < Ot a r 4 VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY I IM ANO2Q rf57 I l r I When you havo a newt 51Vhen wish to communi cate with THE OuTLooK ofilce by phone ring uj 57 I tqJ I j d1 DONT MISS THIS J < > GlLLONhns a large stock of I sts Shoes Clothing Men s Fr J t F nlshingll etc HE IS CLOSING TnEJI Jt 1 l lOUT AT COST Everyone known Gil p Ion and when ho says Cost you pay no more Hundreds of people Ipay S are taking advantage of this great Slaughter Sale Do not doubt and I pay more for goods Como and eee for yourself f > r T S Sbrout still has a few bug 0 t glee to sell at the lowest prices JP P trPicture 1 ranies at low prices J M BROTHER 1 IWKTEDA few copies OUTLOOK of Nov20 1902 OUTLOOK OFFICE I The late David Ratliff was not a pansloneras wasorroneously stated last week 1T Tho SundayBctioc1 children on Joyed a fino treat at the Christian Church Sunday t p i j 1 handle 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. — 1 January 1903

S bP i iJr k Ht h MPm C k 1 J eUTLOOK t1 SRtNoXhbUlIm > WXNGSViLL w KENTUCKY J s y + i 1t TOOK PAPAl i k bMt tlt aco JF iII al1 In Sunday bes S t waiting tlllt was time to go goit r 1k < Wfched a little sigh and wished fe 4 i knew l I of autbIng nice a Uttlo boy mlgtt mlgbt4t Anfl > II at began 1 PP once V 4 To sing the nose he fsadewas mot t Uke swamlRK bees or thunder than I L > Th new kaaw as Shining Shore t < i 1 And little OeftrseAwlth blue wideopen w 1 i ieyes surrsei i > 1Hls cvt1c loyal little out t > c was troubled by a nameless drhe 0 At with a noiseless step he stole Jc tTo where his mama sat and readt 0 Ho laid one little hand upon her book And mot hoi eyes wlh pleading took S fh her book ndn hIs hair C 41 4 ShPflASer flngr JJ cXt and cool h > fBct Wlthstu deipair < L George polntKa KrJsft ijiusIc stool eA dIn two wordt olc 4 pity fear and e dreads ii f S i Poor apal I This ww all that Gcorgl I l t d Vi > t 1 V 7 i Why mama shrieked uid drop...

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 January 1903

y 11I t h T S j I vs A FINE COUNTRY 1 tr lUleMt o I Ohio 8 aJW Western Can Farmt t d < V Ii T era and Rancher t SS 1 A delegate from Ohio to Western Canada says The tvjbole of West W i t ern Canada seemed to me to be a tr t very fine country but I spent most l I of my time about thirty miles east of Lacombe in Alberta near what i i ia popularly known ns the coal banks I jon the Red Deer River and I am t4Very pleased to report that the coun f try nppears to be everything that the Agents of the Canadian Government I 1 4 have claimed for It Good water can I be obtained almost anywhere from 17 to 40 feet and fed generally by I sprlnga The natural hay and grass were magnificent in their growth and Spa vines vary heavy I met 5S fiome of ray friends who moved there 9 1 IJ f f even years ago and two brothers oJ so SteN1o had absolutely nothing on their < l seven before ndw ye1rs uuu n > w own wo and a half sections of land and q f S 75 head of cattle They told me that e c they did ...

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 January 1903

ti INGSVIflEOUtLtO1C UTLOOk iUthIS1L iidcoen WINGSVILLE KY S I PER YEAR IN ADVANCECl Address nil communications to TUB OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or tn Jons W HONAKER Owingsville Ky UPIrURSDAY la LV ANNOUNCEMENT 3k1 J For Circuit Court CIa k t L WeXare authorized to announce Jnme iH Conner as HpandiilHte for I CCircuit pI 4 icparty Election November 1001 i sI 3lmrt A MAKCONI t a I succeeded in send iyniciBagas IIITOPS V10 Atlaniio f tSs B ithoti itie ma lium oif thenir Iiv V aai rrflzwI iBOD wa fnvcnting some b LVW nneatling 4 Lw SOME tallow down at Aiiami 1 Florida pluvVd himself or on the innocrnts fur Ollv itcckhum of < t Kentucky and borrowed roncider Miblb munev The Miatniuns are C dead easv ip1 d itJj k DR ADoLPU LoRErz tf VftA 1 I dtJ t tho other HlrgeCIS clluldn rtn 4 t anything wMi and without using i 4 te O tho knife is tie of the truly grenh 1 nell r th t h ot 1 o61 Tii bn > tard Oil Co has again r t ndYnncul the price of kcrngone t The folks who have bren holding t up t...

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 January 1903

t t e r fI + 4 a rJ j Th4C F l rf J 0 1 OJ 0 iC d 1 r1 C Aff z > f II > Pr J rr f o o J Co < r A gf v w r r f I Z 1 J I < < iiIo 11 S < t41i JtJp 1 < i > r f 0crl1 r 1i1 o 1 Qfbt nIti ltt V 7 s i8 ki r f r < f h J r j f J 1 4 > fT T < r 1 to I f4 I VOLXXIV OWINGSVILLE ENTUCKY THURSDAYJANUARY 8 1903 t s > I Li < > = jit < I 51 When you have n news 51Vhen wish to commum cato with THE OUTLOOK oUlco by phone ring up 51 p etDog8 killed Clyde Pcoda three 00goati Sunday night l c > I q Try B Frank Perry for the fa jnous Whito Star Coirec J 1 Picture frames nt low priccp 0 I h J M BnoTiiEit J 1 WNTEDA few copies OUTLOOK of Nov20 1902 OUTLOOK OFFICE s Y For fir t 1nps xlean groceries nnd prompt delivery try B Frank 1rorry I 1 handle the noted ElkhorriWbis key There is no better made i J W LANE Owincsville Ivy tfY > If you want an auctioneer I am your man Terms reasonable q1 reasonableM M D FAR1S S li3 g A strawstack fell on three fine ft zst...

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 January 1903

r L 1 7 1 = 0 L k t p S > i t < tW r < S 1 y t h t s U A 0 l 4 t 11 2 j I < t 1 J hbUalera Co t H t hbUaleraI M t tKENTUCItll 4 Aa s S CHILDI S 1 Io helpless ana I BO strong but the way Is no lone so long cTz Would I might fare with you thus away i Down to the dusk of your latest day 3p f Wee little wanderer out of the dawn r < WouM I might walk with you on and on b Even as now In the days decline b Holding your frail little hand In mine Guiding your steps oer each nursed mile s Greeting with kisses your childish smile 4 T Klaatnc the tears from your dimpled 5 1cheek X am so strong and you are so weak 5 Tau are so helpless am I so strong Oh but the way Is so lone so Ions I Would you might fare with me thus al way t Down to the dusk of my latest day Brave little waif of the vanished dawn Would you might walk with me on aid b cni JYEen as now II the days decline 4 Still with your warm little hand In mine S If Guiding my steps oer each rugged mile a SoothIng my fears wit...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 January 1903

Cr ic 1 k r L tJ 1 fLt t t j > 1U 1 1 t 4f < l j e THE BAND CUT ICE o f I Too Cold to Make Mnalc anil They 1 L Wan < cd to De > Set to Work tI Iat Once L I t One winter when the Fir t United States thek1 k1 bandmaster went to the commander of the post Gen Cuvier Grover and reported that the member of the band had been or t dered to hell cut ice mates the Detroit Free Pren He said Sheneral tteydidA r not enlist us to cut ice but to make moosic A t adjutantL L and OD his approach aid Mr Adjutant fromto to fioint 1 musk Mr Schmidt bowing to the com d 1 maDding officer oaid Yn Ihtnera1 to e L make moo ic The commanding officer then said Mr Adjutant the band will I be excused from ice fatigue Mr Schmidt c bowed himself out saying Thank yourt abeneral thankou you abenelal Dut b continued the commanding officer as thel S j door cloed Mr Adjutant the band will l 4kepot on the bluff overlooking the river o will make mutrit while the ret of the l ft t S unand cut ice The weather w...

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 January 1903

l 4 trr > r I r f cflTLOOK 1 I b 4 I Co1 1i t i l 4 nil cnrnmunicatinns to L tiTtooK PUBLISHING Co or to y r V HONAKEK OwingBville < I r x THTUSDAY JAN 8 1003 > a j NNOcNCRAlENT I vt r I r jfFor Circuit Court CIGI k < ii 1 We are authorized lo announce w Yj TutUd Li Conner us a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Buth county sub ject to the notion of thovlemoornt 1 = ie party Election November 1903 1 I PCORRESPONDENCE 1 k Cralgs I Mrs Wm Toy is on thc ick list f John und Jttltie Lmvcry Iniva got limo from their work for the Am tlerknn Telephone Co Tlioy will i 1be at home about two months t k Mrs Tlionia McG I otilln Mrl j tir n Hen Thompson nud Mrs Robert f Wnrven und Lillie WilliauiR were A the guts of the flltllilyof Law 4 f jLcnee Thomas of Poplar Flat tm 1 AVedneedny 101 Midland City l A R Com p of Chicago arrived s > > here Sunday r t i Stone Templeman nnii n Mr e J Hughes of YVinchfSler Jvero bird r > hunting hero the pdtt wejck a A p l John Denton Jr uf Popla...

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 January 1903

L b 1 I ts 2 S I tb w C I I I I 1 4 a I F l 1 h L I a t I II I c u 4ERL a r1e9 wank 1 IThkht Etzt I T Bradbury on gefry street The weokold boy baby > I Mr i and Mrs VYnu Moore oM near OlympU died Monday nglw If you want fin auctioneer Lam fyour icnii Terms reasonable M D FARlp I TbQ ster were srnotherfcd to death the Itast xreok by n strawstack fulling oh fl r them 1 H LOST Yearling steer red letter S on one hip Address COLOXCL L GATEWOOD Ewington Ky or vro v pjartU OUTLOOK olllco b 4irT Shrout livid it yoar bya 7deep I ppolon Mr Slitout U > f IS towni jIOST liHO n nd foUiv eotler very ti < missing 3 weeks TkLibVrai reward ijr her roxurn to T ESRT HOPKINS p he ej7tI Ington LA mnng A nDd over the hneMn thitobunty therowasa very little snoxv any where I ACCTIOX 1 will have an auction ii aloof boots shoes hats caps > urday ED ET a Forgo Hill Ky f i arlety batfe oYShe B said ows of grains erI I WnrneS S I11TL flT1II tIOt eetl Ico1cr nd cut 1 I ISunday Sunday color1 T hf fovp...

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 January 1903

< r > ft tod r < li irtl U hIs old o boxZ4rn to over hrJ liek rcplntres res iat rcplntI I1lwl18 requisea 4 cled ersatile Alr ikor or eutiol eutioljo fllctlou wlth much stills all t the lillccesWhhh hnd fbhtls hnui U been Illnint attained In this tvrslon Mr Chahners oren n Ul to I paste ll tor entered the uanlging Coached rgar1st 1stnJ rgar nJ the J e ray Chalmers rs tar snid IrI lential nolroom as he roomto tob wouldnt J dnt ee it be a fluent tfnrescheme to I et the good worn womfn of Xew York Mr lusum entire chunre > ot the Itcolll growlel ftr a wee Get GetvchII noli which society vbn mu to netas oue 1letnml nhertise as edit Orill mvossary for WOIncn Iw w writers 0 fn II lIntls OConrs onrs you chain c will have lIne to look after hit uin burn eaeJIa paper rapidly nhut let them collect lititNIerald Btuff3eleet the Joung Women to i Port Ilrooklyn horse rnts pri7e tiglltJ the po Union lice news th C courts nntl to hi indIa Cain I A all dcpartmei Aits D liconltl milch or ns...

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 January 1903

I I c4j 4 S s lb I S s 1111 p 4 y 4 I Y S S I t t a s SW ji4 1 cc t her advance 1 4 ge MaTday largely responsible 1 v wi tho market FofthV V7 ii1tS wi Ii the whisky market hasTJp i 3a state IfI certainty Retailers rectifiers an wholesale houses bve bought no b more Rjods than they dually needed M qmood The advance caused general surprise as It was not expected to some so soon after the passage of the outage la lull and distillers believed prices qu won M cmaln stationary for several fa daj It the demand continues a fur co p lorr advance Is probableIl or 1 DISTILLERS ASSOCIATION d > b L Committee Decided to Incorporate a m Mutual Insurance Co a 1 p Louisville Ky Jan 8The Insur w T ance committee of the Kentucky Dig g tillers association s at a meeting Wed fa nesday afternoon decided to incorpor stela mutual Insurance company with A paidup premluirs of not less than I L 100000 Thtt rar ment looking toL I ward this has be < i nder way for t Miinn tic llttrjtf 3 wire instructed tn...

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 January 1903

t r i4 HtVrvitMV PAY JAN J5 S > > iSnrl s jfcino ANNIH < Mjsa For Circi jiv in t We liredti nee f Tames L Cl1flEr u for JMies Ureuit Clerk of Jlitlh Vonntynbi8 I jet 10 tlm union of the Icrao Heyday LIi t Ole party IttCtIunovenier Xovomler lOOsJ v aui b We are fluthn1t to c t SSrSrn lt9nt 1 lnrknsitididte itididte ff7 fy Fraiik flthft ty subject to ne utiM1 the ci ll t btiS DeiuoerjstjN555 party S very lov d S I UF runout Ieaigtnii Demociatic S CI U tic primnry dvelTped ry tt the e nd Miss eIn Into a geii UI ftc lovefe S st unU Iii n llsj V demon < lr iwniltlf8 Ulu jj I peeled lit happens Joe 1 LII very sore Msciitjs1c18 WLIIILS tbt tui ilF Eii OH conlU9Cfl1j bICaIo U fiij here S uflMassachuFclts Massachusetts gels about what Aiirnian sho lieiarii vnnts in t lie t way of tnritr legislation eIiti1l 1 TjmcsJT Snaintlfrd iiefd tlfrd J last wrek 1b pisdcd the V Win of tute tlIougIi a priIuse flI kA ° n SI1IWtCC tht rtlieved LI lo VvVFkel of unpnfitatij eoYdr vv t tts iT1 Vin...

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 January 1903

c + j 7 > < j r lIriJ9 t o 1 r J I L v c t b y t T r f 1 roJV1 1r l fj V oi EA tQ r 0 L414 > It w jJ 1 S J1f I V S 1i Sa r J rw ffJJJ 11 t r Itm O fKjp7i f > t ii 1 1 f 4 o 1 fp rF 1 Nflitffjit J > jJt trbfJ ot t > p p cr t iNf rJ < I f r < c v Jf 7tP J i fiw e r fh > JA1 < H I r 1 > fio i < 4 1 r 7 r Jl 1 w < f 1 1 I tlJl 0 < j ti i VOL XXIV I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY LJr1I LLi > lY 22 1903 NO 28 < o L r I Jo 1 5 I When you have a new Item or wish to corn mum cato with THK OUTLOOI office by phone ring ul 157 j dTry B Frank Perry for the fa TNoua White Star Coffee i i Some Ice woe put up in town I 4ednesday and Thursday tI Picture ironies at low prices pr1ceL It j For flr tclaps clean groceries J randprompt delivery try B Frank Perry J rMrs B P Baird fell on tho icy 1paveinent at Carlisle and dislocated v ber hip 6am Lathram sold 46 cuttle b Cheats to T J Thomas of Mt Sterling at 5c > Rev W W Horner will prenoh t at the Courtho...

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 January 1903

iPTOUSniNG CO Fubl therm KENTUCKY BEHIND THE BABY Tou can hardly read a paper without being sure to Dud Borne sentimental poem on the man who Is behind Hoes cannon picks and muskets and pome more are on the list But the men behind the baby In Its go l cart bis been missed The others may bo heroes and quite use ful In their ways Anymore or less deserving ofa poets fervid praise praiseBut But they cannot hold a candle to tho man wo love to meet 1 I hind the cunning baby in Its gocart on the street WIth all the prldu and dignity new papas J will display And nerved against the silly Jokes his 101 hisfunny J And feeling so responsible ho pushes on onIts The gocar and the baby with the bottle 1t 1Ipa ft singlei i man To Bee this email procession with the bottle In the van P And notice how the women who are pass j stopAnd I t And gaze with admiration on tho Image rr 1 of Its pop ImageI < Xo Trtenmlds cold Indifference he heMiows Miows to babys cries Hell nndthe pin thats pricking and he...

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