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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 January 1903

> e r e X tl W > ut 1i i rf a 1 i Y < Y > r < k e > 11 1 i e < OGRESS I tt lli I k > XtI r s 1 Son o i f t t t r ThJ 1fjSennteThl 1 S < f C lacted promptly on l < 4 1dlng rebate of the Jo passed It unanimous k c S S re a few minutes aft < l S I T Ser from the house L o Ajlu waspasseclwllh 0 7 Jstriklng out of the bill > > widing fur a reserve < < A bd men thus removing t 4 4 > jc t j made against It The Was up for a short time 4 L J tl1r 1lcCumbcr spolO In 4 > 3 s sting stntehood to O1t1n 7 J Tia and New Mexico p 4 I 4 < s I bill reported from the ft f r 1 > 1eans committee Tuesday S l tor a rebate of the duties Sjt P l 4 tr s 4k m coal for a period of one t S passed In short order b the o 4 t i jwednesday by pracUcnlly nn b y < S I S 4 Ious voto 2585 thoso oUng I 1 f to It being Messrs Cushman and 4 t p Wash Gaines W Va Men 4 4 Wyo and Patterson Pa all I < A cans The blll was considered c S kho operation of a rule which...

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 January 1903

l I to < Y > l S = c < s e I t < 0 0t < > I oI < LY P c l t Y IJ 7 > J > < c tIt h lJ r l st 1 k > s 1 c < > t > jYEAR IN ADVAtE > it I k4 Al1drA9s communications to I t k i TnE ODTLOOK PunusntNa Co or to J TonsiW HONAKEII Owingsville < K ty h t THURSDAY JAN 22 1903 I t i t AN QUNCEMENT 0 IIjI oh t1 For Circuit Court Cloi k t iKoi v We are authorized to announce ameN L Conher as a candidate for k1i i Circuit ClerkotButh county sub S 1 ject to tho action of the Dcmocrat y Ic party Election November 1903 fv 4 r J3iVe are authorized to ttnnnunco 1 TtfiiBhU J Mark as a candidate for 4 Circuit Court Clerk of Bath conn i itio Jcrt to the notion of tlrt f leiocratIc party i J 11 W IT is in order for jome one tn t D rise nd remark thai the peaches I TJ AP killtd t f w THE Chicago special grand jury t r as vntcdto ret rn forty indict f fuCnts against prominent buiincsf t ct c men on the charge nf combining to put up the price qf coal If guilt 7...

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 January 1903

TL S i i 1 IU U S S 5 tir When you have a new Itam or wish to communi onto with TIn OUTLOOK office by phone riiiR ui Mrs lv Try B Frank Perry for the fa Sterling mous White Star Coffee Mrs remains Picture trnraeB at low prices S J M BROTflEbore bore boreCol F M Hurst editor and insur Col f anco man died at Millersburg this Springs wsek Mrs wsekiFor with iFor firstclass clean grcecr1esLit B Frank Jittlo and prompt delivery try relapse z PVrry Mr 1 a Goo CHnc moved this week from went tipper Slate Creek to A G V frJendrtMrs i Cooks farm Mrs c r Carload barbed and smooth wire relatives town 1 J t received pr1ce9 low and guRr Ir anteed E L it A T BYBOX lisle business s Ji If you want an auctioneer I amJII your uiau Terms reasonable Frankfort M D FARISiiiitl S Gano Gault has bought out his noldsvllle Mrs tiuldaA the meat shop of Jackson < t GaultDr IJoff Ti Atchison left Wednesday Tuesdav I lego legoz I bound for tim Richmond T1 mar nold he Iket nold1115t0 Remember Mr Rowland cutter M...

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 January 1903

i raen are wearied find Tfl8deepf rUh6ughta of God who undts r nwrM through all their nose ot id doubt And worksJIli own sublime and chansje less plans Nor Iski Ills wisdom to be led by man Andrsiihcev thero js no light within so bright a that which shines around the fault less throne > Where cherubim are gathered day and nlgttt And God speaks often kindly to Ills own Then let us boldly como by night or day wants of man are manifold they 1 supplied Hl3 needi are bounded hot by bread or low Lifeluxuries to gratify his pride But something cries tor beauty from within 86 there lacravlng for the things that Ho Beyond the senses for the spirits own Arid there Is hunger and the yearning crji Forlove that leaves us not at last > alone Ve would enlarge our boundaries obey The higher calling therefore I et us Ptay Ella Beardsley In Boston Watchman IB KIDNAPPED qiLidNAIRESAvTal AvTal of Wai Street > Ly FREDERICK U DAMS MY8tERXpN MYB RT yrThei hundreds of columns of > space devoted...

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 January 1903

I gJ 5t 4 STATE NEWS PICKUPS t S S INJUNCTION GRANTED S S Th Collection of County Taxes On i Covlngton Property S 11 5 S Covlngton Kyt Jan 23In the suit S S 1 1i Of H B Hulefeld against the sheriff of Kenton county to prevent the col S lection of county taxes on property in S S the city or Covlngton Judge Tarvln 5 in the Kenton circuit court granted a temporary injunction restraining the sheriff from collecting taxes Acting under an appellate court de 45 s5r VIsion in the case of Richardson vs Bosko the Kenton fiscal court claim t ed the right to assess city of Coving S ton property for county purposes and S 1Ilevied a tax of 38 cents Hulefeld was one of several hundred Covlngtonlans S who resisted this S S la this decision Judge Tanin held 4 that the city was separated from Ken ton county for governmental purposes this being so recognized by acts of the S legislature from 1842 down by the con 5 stitutional convention adopting Section S 344 applying to Kenton county alone S and by 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. — 29 January 1903

4 2 LSA d 1 3i OiMGVILLE OUTLOOIU COI i OVVINJSSVILLB KY s J PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I I ti tD I Address jll communications toji Tii Ourtooi roBLenIoCoor1c I Thmi y II0NAKER Owingavifie Ky 4I ini t ANNOUNCEMENT erU For Circuit Court Clerk Wonre authorized to announce t1 InineP L Conner as a candidate for Pbf Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub Jebt to tho action of tho Democrat 4cparty Election November 1903 t Wo are authorized to announce r JUBOU J Mark as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Bitth ooun Xy iubjcct to the action of tbsh 4 Democratic party i TUB Democratic nnlipriuiaryitee h teem to have given up 44l Cc Panama Cnnnl is a practical cer tainty unless UncleSacugoos broke st TENNERFEK now has a fourmile local option law or as porno wa T I suggested a law to promote pcdes S triunisni i i UNOLS SAM and John Bull as a proof pf thoir chumraynoss have referred the Alaska boundary dis pule to arbitration S aL e champion of thelnteroccnnic Canal SJ for many years jmuch disnp I z poi...

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 February 1903

cinvr fcwT IliI v c T T r c ¼ l 1 T t f ri 1I b c I a I ri > S pl 7 Jt I r 4 w I fr ¼ r 7i2 oSA A i T j e I DIntl ufiB 61 f IP < t S r 1 i k VOL XXIV J OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1903 NO 30 rF 2 1Vhen Vhen you hnvo a news item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 51 t I Circuit Court will convene Mon lGtbI I I i k The town streets nro nice and i J clean under the mud IAnother rain Tuesday broke v the drouth Eome more I tthe N Dont to see the cheap 1 v LfUU h forget ov v tcounter at Pot rs Estills A Try B Frank Perry for tho fa I r 4 mous White Star Coffee 16x20 picture tramos 1 to 125 t teach J M BKOTHEK it1each t For firstclass clean groceries fr and prompt delivery try B Frank f t 1 Forty S 3 It IB reported that Jessie CIoBKor rrormerly of Crags died somewhere in Indiana recently ITho A advanca guard of the robin army havo been chirping spring y cheerfulness in town this week I i ICarIotul barbed and smooth wire Iljult received price...

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 February 1903

y t 7 Owingsville Outtoolcm pULQ3K PUBUSHINO OCX PntolUheft wY KENTUCKYGRAY MY SKIES ARE SELDOM GRAYY oS 4tf Of carkIng care Ot fickle Fortunes frownun t Ive braved and bbrnh e The cold worlds scorn And had my ups and downs Yet I can still t t A ditty tZILIr b Or sing a roundelayI 4 For though I hold Nor lands nor gold My skies are seldom graysr The stress and strife 1 Of toilsome life td4 Have taught me one glad truth Not he who must 0 hj sc But he who willforsooth And so I sing j tllngMy My load of care away i For though I hold Nor lands nor gold My skies are seldom gray 4t I would not give A fig to live Divorced from fret and moll c The bread I cat b IB rendered sweet Because of my dally toild a And BO I stillt A ditty trill I A blithesome roundelay For though I hold Nor lands nor goldm 11IIkles are seldom gray Magas s zine cItfJ C Ii j g KIDNAPPED T i MILLIONAIRES S ec54 MILLIONAIRESv 0 v A Tale of WaD Street and the TropIcs C C DERICJC U ADAMSfl 4 t o 11 4 of w p hbllhlllr Comp...

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 February 1903

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY I it i Call Issued By the Democratic State Executive CommitteeI 1 ill Be Held On May 9 Under the State Primary Election Law Qualifications For the Voters Tho following Is tho call for a dem c < c 3pcratlc primary on May 9 which was a jlssued January 24 by tho democratic t < BUtp executive committee TbXho democratic executive com 1t Your subcommittee appoint > c < l to arrange for the details of the rlmary election caned for the pur TPfho of nominating democratic candl ajes for all state offices to bo filled at < he November election 1903 would njbst respectfully report as follows 1 First That a primary election bo bed for the purpose above designated In each and every voting precinct throughout tho commonwealth on tho > Sth day of May 1903 between the hours of 6 a 11 and 4 p m standard time l hoursI the statp primary election law Second That jri said primary all i knowndemocrats1 of lawful age and all democratic youths who will be of illall ago o...

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 February 1903

0 WiNGSMEOUTLBOlT t 1 PER YEAR INADVANCE J Address nil communications to I I THE OUTLOOK Punusniwa CII or to i Jonx W HONAKEU Owlngsville OwingBvilleKy TH URSD AY FEB G 1003 ANNOUNCEMENT For Circuit Court Clerk We lire nuthnrized to announce Tame L Conner DP n candidate for Circuit Clerk of lluth county sub ject to the notion of the Democrat ie party Election November 1903 We nro authorized to announce Justin J Mark cs a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Batlr conn ty subject to tlio nction of the Dpiuucrutiu party Jons D ROCKPELLEK proposes to spend seven millions 10 dircircr n cure for cimauu > ption ouloil may prove to beit Ir THE next U S Senate will con R tain many new members but the few old foxy fellows of long ser vice will run things the sntno ns ever A RESOLUTION has been intro vduced in thE Knnsns legislature to nmcnd the State election law go ns Cas to exclude nil negroes from vote t ing Thats enough to mnko Johty Browns yhost appear on tho scene i = THE hero of th...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 February 1903

k 0 IL 1 4 J M I iT 1 dutan1r S i it S t 4 J S voLxxiS Za s OWINGSVILLE rn KJU9KY THURSD1FBRUARyfl 2 1 903 0 NO 31 S I P I I When yon have a now Item or wish to communi cato with TlIBODTLOOI officoby phone ring Jip ari s T I Dont forgotto co7tho cheap p comlcr at Mrs Estills Try B Frank Petr for the fa e moua WhitoSar Coffoe ¼ j 4wr62O plotu r to 12 each jBRflTI1E vF ° c firstclaps clean RrrcerlOR 1 amlprompt delivery try B Frank 44V Perry 4 aROV Etf9rd s ill reaCl nt Sun 1tyht V Tier E B Crump la preaching at notdvlL1O Ho reports a Si I r ThQ WiUdC1QelnY 1ait WookxlidBomeTdamago by blgwjng I dowJs4ir np1ecing L I The pretty woatJioVvjU start the 4 burning of tobacco bcnta jf > t con Ps tinues a few days longer S p S i I Theyjiitd John Stufl died near KendTilHs pring Sunday 5 Thef ali f rFeb air Carload arbnd and Kraooth wire S Jiit receiyecipIces tow tni unr S tt E L A BYRON p5 S S VfE MCBT HAVE OUR MOXKT PI leaso allnnd eettle e4 Sjei p 1 f x The indebtpd to Palmer k S S Coons ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 February 1903

5j yt l t4i t l 21 to t > < l p 1 I i s 1111 I J Ji 17 t f t t I 1 Owingsville Outlook i t UenI IowINGsvIrjLT EENTUCKI doaw J HOMESICK t wta born In Indlanr an Im plnln t S 3rgltback From these pralrlewlnds at howl an snarl an moan around my hack 4 From this empty endless wideness seeA An my hearts a purt nigh breakln fer S the sight o Jest one tree S TIi I was raised In Indlanyan Im within b V I was back Where th shlftln shining Wabash cut C VIts twistln trallln track Plowln through the mslln cornfields cornfieldsloafln a boughsWhere Where tfieys pools to hide the fishes an k V theys shade to cool the cows tTl My old homes In Indlany an Im heart it sick to git back tongiS B S these lonesome prairies lack I Per theys nothln here but silence cept a the ncverendln cry k 0 the winds at moan an mourn ont 11 t ye think yell shortly die An ye haint no wish fer Hvln an the dearest thing ye crave onil3 y make yer grave S 1A1e Back there In Indlany where the Wabash twists and turns I W...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 February 1903

1 iIi V t 1 1 1 J t L f I S f J r I j I1Ii4ltsuuP15lul1 I UUi1IU4J1II O S pJTATE + f L = STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST t MiMIIMtlMb MM MiM MD 8 s1 FRANCHISE TAX Hunting Up Old Claim Against Ken I A tucky Rallroadi Frankfort KFth 7 Attorneys to IL L Stone of Louisville and W O I lit Davis of Versailles have been here I this week looking up the records and I isfessments with a view to asking the itate board of valuation and assess I ment to assess a state and county fran I 1Itate tax against all tho railroads in I the state for the year 1893 1894 and I i 1895 I No franchise assessment was made 1 by the board for those years becauae 1 the frnnchiwj law had not been tested < tthen and because it was thought the J railroad commission had included tho franchise value in its assessment If the board makes the propokd aseSB 4 pat I t eachi i i year and a large amount to the coun ties because their tax rate Is higher than the state rate Frankfort Ky Feb rThc state I board of valuation Friday fix...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 February 1903

i 4 s I V 1 1 mJWIHGSVi OUTLOOK 2 4Lhrco1c lJLlSIIlKGCOM OVIGILLE i 1 PER ADVANCE A I Adlress nil comnninicatiohs toF V Tup OUTLOOK PunusVUNG Coi or to I 11P Joiis W IIoNAKER Owingsville ne Ky J r h w > i THUBSDAY FJ3R 12 1003 r ANNOUNCEMENT 1t For Circuit Court Clok gj I We are authorized to announce a James L Conner as a candidate for s Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub Ject to the notion oTf the lleraocfat I 4 ic partyElcctionf vovember 1903 a t4 p jy We nro authorized to annoiinen it tna J filarlc OB n candidate for A Circuit Court Clerk of BttIi coun p Sty subject to the aution jof tli tthe 1emoerntioprtyU 1r THERE is n big tight on at Wash 4 ington Presidiqt Roosevelt nna the antitrust Republicans arc I U1in a linttlu array against the chnmpiona I of tho trusts Itrfl aid that Kocke S feller has been jsJBitching toU S Senators urginc that no antitrust d 1 l gielation b6 enacted whereas c 4 Kbusevelt has determined to call an tor extra sessivi of Congrres if this S 4 one fails...

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 February 1903

I r t r = c I be I = < c i T r2J t a tJ t Y 9I w 01 J 14 ri CtI V r c of F I r V < I J f Iu t J A 7 t ff tt tozngtiillt urLgo1 r < > r VOL XX IV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 1903 NO32 5 When you hnvo o now Item or wish to cnmtnuni onto with THK OUTLOOI offlce by phone ring Ull 57 J1 old George T Young U now noting as Deputy Sheriff I III C I Dont forgot to see the cheap r III counter at Mrs Estillfl I j sl Try B Frank Perry for the fnsl p mous White Star ColTeeI I L 1 I Roe spring nil of Hillonrasyor the Lexington nuranryman of Floyd Ross bought of James last two shoats for 8 ft Snedogar If 1251D 16x20 picture tromps 1 to 125 11S cnch J M Un01nERto I For Crstclaps clean groceries 1 S 7 and prompt delivery try B I rankI eo Perry i Eggs have taken a tumble in the 4i local market being 10 to 12Jc per day dozenSt dozen I Conner bought a 3 DrG W day yearold marc mule of a Mr Lynam in p for 12750 p 1 The rain sleet snow nnd levereIt log weather following have been...

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 February 1903

o 4 lkI > i J IflNGSYILLE OUTLOOK jOo y I rc 1 j OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers I i A OWING sviLLE KENTUCKY < f t lEf 1 h A SONG FOR GLADNESS S j Oh be thou Bind In sorrow and be thou culm in pain Theres quiet In the sunshine theres mel ai ody In rain 1 r For when the heart Is joyous all way lead On to light IP t 1t And merely thy wellwishing will make brightr r 11 1 Then weep no more for sorrow Turn all remorse to gain 01t And welcome the good spirit 1 I Where love doth ever reign j 2 jOh watt no more on worry companion i not with care a 4 Ever the morning dawneth and dawneth Q everywhere t And when tho heart Is open to loveliness 4 and truth I From every wind of heaven comes the 1 worlds eternal youth t f < Then work butdo not worry worryAnd And wait but not with care < For In the neverending i Tie marine now and fair 1 r > C L 11 Be glad thou do not murmur smile AS I the moments die 1 A Folever and forever lifes troubles fade and fly Down In the doom of passage rate sea...

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 February 1903

ti c 1 1I l ¼ t r1I N t 3 4J 1fiJ j t lq S 4 j S l t t Jt i a t 1 tr > it s Ec cMKc CiIi C Ii i J sI g 4 STATE ODDS AND ENDS = a r g i > II S t3 i t t I > I S t S 0 SIu4S IA MYSTERIOUS NOTICE I S S The Strange Disappearance of Twelve Men Hinted At Henderson Ky Feb 12A queer notice was received Wednesday by byCounty S Uce hints at a wholesale murder mys I tery The letter and the notice con I tamed therein follows SS Gresham Ky Feb 41903 4 s f Mr County ClerkWill you post It the within notice in a conspicuous S place and oblige To Whom It May Concern S r There was a man missed In Green 1S 4 ounty Ky about 1894 or 1895 He S was between the age of 35 and 55 iounty t e vms considered an old bachelor tJ yjan not give a more definite desirlp Son of him He rode one of the finest t tiiorses ever seen in Green county the < horso being a dark or red sorrel about r G or 8 years old A nephew of this eiman came to Green county on the I Jt rhunt for him name of either not S i S known 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. — 19 February 1903

J t It 1 9 r7 j 2L2G OWfflGSVILLI OUTLOOK 1 I OUTLOOK JUBLISIIING CO t I 1 YIXGSVILLE KY 1 SlPER jADVANCE i I I l 1 A idrfss all communications to I t TiirOuTLooK PcnusiiiNO Co on to t Joux W IloxAKEit OWiflBVIII e I 1 ivy I 1 ft t THURSDAY FEB 1J 1001I i ANNOUNCEMENT 1 = For Circuit Court Clerk I I We arc authorized to announce James L Conner lit a candidate for 11 Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub I jtct to the action of the itVIh Ieniocriir 9c party Election November 1003 S We aro uthori7ed to announce S Sj Mark us a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk uf Hath conn P ty Biibject to the action of the lL c Democratic party S S S SENATOR JlontlAX refuses to I JUi even a fnthurInliiw of the Panama t TS ° Cnrmlho 4I S I4 TOE bill for laliuitting tiio fu untimil L southwestern territories to Sta torni ineS iiice It has been tacked on iaseithe Postulllce appropriation bill s ANDIUCXV CAUNEUIK oiicred to bo Venezuelas angel 3600009 worth 1f when Germany held out for that l suni in cash Carn...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 February 1903

S d = 2 I WI Q iJ 1 7 l J J i a > 4 a 1 Tp > I iJfK t < f 7 > I f r c 1 00 i ff r J I > J tt 1 V tv > > I i f nv bg I mInJtull utIook4 c i1 1t L I f t e U 00 > JIP i t Fr 1 f lie If I rrI < i J 1jVOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 1903 No331j > II I I iOJ k 1 5 I > + When you hnvo n news item or wish to comuium onto with TilE OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 57 i L 4 i The Loader leads For salo by I t > bJBrother < k Co f n t < Hogs are bringing 8740 for the 1 > top in the markets m 1t f Dont forget to Bee the chenp K J t 4 counter at Mrs Eetills I F 4i Try BFrank Perry for theCatl 4 11 White Star Coffee raouB CoffeeN IDIPU ThtngssodvcrywdUattheMrs Ir Ailea Clayton sale Saturday 16x20 picture trames 1 to 1251 d M 4 1ThinR 4Peach J M BnoTUcn 1 d For firstclaps clean groceries lin Lrand prompt delivery try B Frank 4 Perry fi c I Bob Bristow of Flat Creek had n good 2yearold steer to die of 1bleckleglait week d 5JLst week was ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 February 1903

0 j k h 1 < f i r Ii < j q I 2 t C pt OWINGSVlLLE T OUTLOOK t 4 1 1 OUTLOOK PUP CO Publishers I I j bt > h u I 2 c A WAYSIDE CABIN I z1 Sia Mone It stlnds In the weedy lap of II I dimp I JI Above Its sagging ridgepole peep the t > chimneys ragged rim c > The feathered plume of maple dips downI ctr to the windowsash ill i The cables melt In the velvet of willow I C and elm and ash l I A mellow bank to the westward of vIoletI 1 fleece flung wide I a The low sun stains ja a roseleaf might 1 a purple vaseL side l S The afterglow on the forest melti andI sifts faint amer through bi > Till the buckeyes branching antler dripI 00with a film of golden dew I i THe door swings slack and the moss andI mold Its under edge befringe Wild potato and buckwheat vines have 1 S ii l ¼ tangled Its one lone hinge r Umber and tan the toadstools puehI i through rlfti In the cabin fioorI Stl And birds have built In the chimney I tr throat where the blaze shall dance I 4 no more S i I JHere...

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