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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 February 1903

l i q S i oS i j r > Y i < r to h i t il tiQ 6 Q i i i i cQ e L STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS 11 I 1J J CHARGED WITH GRAND LARCENY 4 Both Men Told the Same Story When I Placed Under Arrest Louisville Ky Feb 21WlIl Cas tleman a restaurant clerk and Harold i Smith a night carriage driver were arrested Friday night on the charge of grand larceny Both made the same confession to tho police A week ago tlSmith vllle of 1585 The money consisted oat three 500 United States govern ment warrants a 50 gold certificate r hand avwrt Ufer recognized the value of the gov I flerament destroyedtheln q Jffers has a claim of 12000 against the government for property destroy 1 t Russollvillo during the civil war icently he was given payment of his hs claim The money came in 500 chunks and Smith and Castleman got 4three of five warrants Jeffers Is near I ly 70 years old and has been a col lege principal A YOUNG BOYS PERIL He Climbed a Pole From the Cavern Into Which He Fell Jyearold Jyearold Denny Tomlins...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 February 1903

4 S c r r 11b N1NGgvILLEOUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 4 dWINGSVILLE KY 4 it PER YEAR IN ADVANCE r 4 Address all comraunicntidrs to b I TUB OUTLOOK Puntisuiua Co or to fUN W HONAKEB Owingsville ks l THURSDAY FEB 2G 1003 j ANNOUNCEMENT I I Pbr CirSUit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce k f James L Conner OH a candidate for < Circuit Clerk of Ihith county sub jecl to the hrtinn of the Iemooruthu o c Ic party Election November 1903 IWe We aro authorized to announce Ja > ou J Mark as a candidate far Circuit Court Clerk op Bath coun a ty subjeefto the ftcthtof hc Democratic party THE trusts will nnve the innings ICh l Vaised < 0 44 c 7 MXViR HANNA says ugly things about Anthracite Bner But then they say Bucr is n Democrat j tr COL BRYAN refuses to harmonize 0 Con any candidate except Wm Jen nings Bryan withu in S strictly of his own ranking t UNCLE SAM bIn indulgent rel alive to his Senalore Tho Senate I expense account shows everything 4 V from lny to altar of rnerpe peh ...

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 March 1903

IJ r 1 y 5 1 0 II < 3 c I cci1 1 l Tw j 1fC a 7 < > r t if t < J > sfe i r < h c r i r 1tfj < < t 1 r J f < iJt t h ji JtxiinuLLe utIaak4 0 I Jl v VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 5 1903 NO 34 I It C 5 When you have a now Item or wish to commuin cato with TUB OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 51 J 1The Loader leads For sale by Brother k Co 111 Como to TUB OUTLOOK for horse and jack bills A postofflce will soon bo reestab 4Ushod at Okla v Dont forget to see the cheap counter at Mrs Estills Probably not n tobacco bed was sowed during February j Wait for Brother Brothers tailor and buy your spring suit 10x20 picturo > raraeB 1 to 125 each J M BuoTHEn FOB SALEOnc stack oats J WILL HOUSEMAN I Grit Young has withdrawn from the grocery firm of Fratman 4 Co March came in like a ram fo the cold reddened noses and oars amazingly hMrs David Baxter of Carlisle h dropped deftd at the table Wed nes If day of last week Brother b Brother arc agents for 1 4Iad...

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 March 1903

1 v = 1 i i 1 < tV i1f II j i t t t 1b 4 iIIt I t f j Ji F OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKYfo tI GEOGRAPHICAL ROMANCEm Toung Phil Adelphla fell In love l t With pretty Mary Land orlIe schemed and thought till almost 111 How he might win her handg 1d better be about It now S Soon as I Kan raid he I jMay yS S He went at once to see his Miss I An ardent call to Pa Pay As he approached he saw her as I She In a hammock La IL yi i All right but wait a mite c r Till my New Jerscy I can get1p b It may turn cool tonight p ¼ They had not wandered very far When Phil with might and Maine Began to ure her to acceptM 1 Him as her loving swain I Im not religiously Inclined bi Nor do I go to Mass Said he Out sure ns truth Is truthb iv There is no other lass pieceI I Itot 1Whosetalher own the biggest farm I farmj tol Ynever learned to VazhA S Nor clean the house nor Mo the lawnto toI 1 The China Id be sure to breakI I The Turkey I should burn And Greece Id spill ...

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 March 1903

z X Lr c t tit FROM ALLOVER THE STATE t 4 1 t + 1I R3 GANG OF COUNTERFEITERS F ACC z Thousands of Spurloua Silver Dollars I LexI S ZL Passed In Eastern Kentvcky I It i Lexington KyFeb 28 United Lexl States Secret Service Agent M P Do weeks kttan has succeeded in unearthing n the I q gang of counterfeiters In tho mountain the I recesses of Eastern Kentucky who It they Is estimated havo made and passed cense t1 iPthe merchants of several East the tI cnfKentucl towns thousands of aim Thursday ii 18 silver dollars which required an I George T expert to tiuivwi from the genuIne rvn be Is 1J a result one of their number Jed Kis were cadcn ngod 45 years Is under ar appeal Jt J ln this city and charged with the tax Is es fp5ji8c Ho has made a confession now airtfclmpllcatcs Lilt Nelson Edward McClatahan and lou Hafcr I 4 it In his statement to the officers lie has outlined the precise method of op A Rur cratlon and has given Information V which H Is thought will lead to the i nrrest and con...

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 March 1903

4 1 4 I i < z i i ic oINGSVILLEOUTCOOK I totS t O INGSVILLE KT i PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J v S Aldrnss all communications to S THE OUTLooK PCPUSHINO Co or tolire a lom W HQNAKER OwiiigsvilleCd Cds r Iv o St L J THURSDAY MARCH 5 WOO f 1 ANNOUNCEMENT tf For Circuit Court Clerk ly t We are nuthonred to announce f nnnouiwcr t James L Conner ns a candidate for to OJ Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub > Jfcl to the action of the Democrat oj I L it party Election November 1003 rjl I IIi We are authorised to announce Jrson J Mark as n candidate furtl a 1 Circuit Court Clerk of Bath coun Da t Dttiipcrulic pnrtJII > Gox DnciniAM ilcclineR to meet hit rivals R J Breckinridge nnd 7 J Jl Hendrick in joint debate of UJving as his reason that it LI6t barm the party A joint debate I J would be apt to doviliip into a ver II to pria < 1H To be said against the political a course of each or thp tlireat a at jo 0 ALPkEu KsAiT of Hiiiuilton 0 i rIi 4 na a selrconfCj ell fiend occupies > 1AujtEU...

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 March 1903

r off t I aSahteS fi < t r tt t y 1 c j t r 01 < he qpminQt1ith tIt 0 VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 12 1903 Ot i t I 1 51 When you have a nows 51When wish to communi cato with TUB OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 51 > Grass began greening up nicely i last week > Como to THE OUTLOOK for horse Snd jack bills f Wait for Brother < t Brothers tailor and buy your spring suit 16x20 picturo trnroes 1 to121i eaoh J M BROTHER FOR SALEOne stack oats J WILL HORSEMAN Born March Ctb to Mr and Mrs Swim of Flat Creek a daugh I ter James San ford a well known old colored man died Tuesday of pneu monia I Picratt of Bethel sold loot1I worth of chickens one day 11111tI weekI Brother Brother are agents for ladies Anthony Ventilating Dress Shields no rubber r Born March 4th to Mr and 4 c Mrs Ambrose Jones of Burbridges 1 Branch a daughterJ l Brother d Brother have just re J i > ceived the lato stylo dress goods in silk oxfords go in and see them I WE MUST HAVE OUR MONET so...

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 March 1903

t il OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY KENTUCKYI hoLi dot ofL a Ascattered round about the house e Or hid ovay from meon S The papers all us right to hand I h The tidys on the chair rst My hat lont leave the front hall peg Most fore I hang It therest An everything Is orderly e An just the way Its put truckp p III Akickln under tootto I But when I look around the room sod d An all the things asettln nst S > h t1 The place they ought to gob I Idglvc the rest o this ol life < If I could only seeb tS J r That baby strewln things around f 41 The way thy used to be 4 S t Portland OregonIan t F 2 I I 1 15 KIDNAPPED 3 J5S MILLIONAIRES t S A Tale of Wall Streetth and the Tropics A S ABy FREDERICK U ADAMS I I I Thsr I 1 Copj rt hi 1901 br Lnthrop rubltrhlnx Company All lUbta re nt AIIiIgbtaisridIl S 1t CHAPTER XI CoxTiNUFn Mr Carmody was n gentleman of S Impressive mien He hnd retained 5 I bin dignity and his composure mo stw admirably und addressed Capt...

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 March 1903

1 ji 4 t b 4 t I i 1 > 3 i pI 1IjC IjC J tI J ft b jL O f L u STATE NEWS ITEMS 4 1 IJ b 1 g t A FARMERS DEEDS 1 I Shot His Daughter and Mrs Culver Then Committed Suicide Henderson Ky March GA1In Melton a well to do farmer who fa tally wounded his daughter and shot c1l3 John Culver committed suicide Thursday In a harn when ho found the building surrounded by bloodhounds which had been sent In pursuit of him Melton Wednesday night went to the home of John Culver where his step q oldl was spending the night Culver was away from the house Mellon enter cd and seeing his daughter drew arc volver and fired two shots Mrs Culver ran Into tho room and 4 Melton fired tho ball passing through her lungs Melton went to the homo I of Dock Latta two miles away where J 1 he remained all night Early Thurs day morning ho went home and Mor 7 Ranfleld bloodhounds traikd him to a s barn When lIe heard them coming he swallowed a large amount of paris green and then shot himself through lthe head fallin...

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 March 1903

l x 10 z4tiI M j rY r 1 IINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO coI iVINGSVILLE KT t l f 1 PER YEAR iN ADVANCE Address all communications to r jfTHE t i vjJOHN it i 17Ky THURSDAY MARCH 13 1903 4 5 l ANNOUNCIMNTIii kr We arc authorized to announce it James L Conner I1l1n ciuuliilnte for Circuit Clork of Bath county sub t Ject to the action of the Democrat lo party Election November 1903 t a 3 We arc authorized to announce 4 1 Jason J Mark ns n candidate for 1 Circuit Court Clerk of Until coun a ty subject to the action of tvap IlJowocrlltJc party t TnB nntitruFt legisintiontr S tr4tT1i it subject vsi MEXICAN War veterans get an in f 1 crease of pension fiom 8 to 12 ir per month the bill of Congress to Mt 1ffr A the President l AFTER being dry for half a century Vermont voted wet Insv f uIi week h is not likely that any J more liquor will be drunk but the r1JtlDlhy will be better A 1 TI I ft t IJph Charleston S C C ollec 1 f tl t torship a crumb of discomfort by lj oguin pendingin 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. — 19 March 1903

t J r 4t fi I J S S S S s4 5 I 5 u i 4 i j aa SSSMCfj t < > o i r i I 5 o r 4 S 0 5 s 11 r S rr j S e S 0 tS S t I r T F < je min1uti1Jte utIook4 j1 V o VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 19 1903 NO 36 51 When you have a news item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK olUco by phono ring up 51 Tho leaves are out on ninny SSSS species of trees 5 Come to THE OUTLOOK for horse nnd jack bills See Brother Ss Brothers now line of spring hats Tho grip patients in town gener ally are recovering The bluegrass is forward enough for the middle of April For a nobby shirt waist and pat tern see Brother Brother Dr G W Conner sold a pair of mules to Sam Jackson for 225 16x20 picture trnraes 1 to 125 each J M BaoTHEn Brother Brother have tho Am erican Corset the best 1 corset made Sara Lathrsm sold a sow nnd eight pigs to B M Goodpaster Saturday for 40 + Snipe time has arrived and the advance guard of the birds can S likely be found on the swamps WE MUST HAVE OUR MONEY SO >...

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 March 1903

iC o Q Lm t l t SS 4 < 1 i c M t t n i S 1NtI i iI > v j OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK j lil t ie OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers of SIS t QWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY t w > h I > S IF WILLIE WERE A KINGt i R t 3ft JI wisht Id be e king avhllc I bet youO S j then theyd be ° S A Jot ot things made different that dont m S seem right to me S S 4 14 fix it 110 a boy could play till ten f oclock at nightl 4 I jAnd never haft to go to bed alone with 11 j out a light n iAnd right in our back yard Id have a lake all filled with fishw w C Where I could go and hook them out whenever I would wllhr fi S And theres a boy In Sunday school who t thas S 5 has a pa thAts badd I And drink and gets In jail and makes hisf 1i mother awful sad f S S He never has new clos to wear and one J fJ > 1 time when he crieds 41 night out In Sunday school when I wast setttn by his sides > The teacher ast hIm what was wrong t I and so he said his pa n m The night before had pounded him and I v nearly killed his ma t5 If 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. — 19 March 1903

i s s 7 4 44 tCt CtC6B > ciG 6 G c C5 C Gcz fr tJ C KG tit p titf c i k e STATE NEWS PICKUPS 4 n 4 > 4 1c ISENSATION AT FRANKFORT to Reputable Business Man Left Owing j Banks a Large Sum i r Frankfort Ky March 12The sen reatlon of years In business circles here il Was sprung Wednesday afternoon in histhe t burgh a reputable business man had yCJdisappeared 500 His family and business assoc 1 welates 4 buiwhereabouts the story of notes heldton Thoanks holding Weisenburgh pa per or rather that of L B Welsen Hobiij 0Frankfort Ir banjot Frankfort 15000 State na nat of1ifort 2600wa t The officials of th two first named 0 4banks decline to either cpnfirm or dc 1 hy the story of the amount of their lit holdings of paper but the directors sot the others confirm the amounts glv en above The notes given by Wet S Bnburgh to the banks were securelea by warehouse receipts for wheat and aS local merchant who had been Inter 13 ested for some months with the miss l Jng man In the purchase of 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. — 19 March 1903

f i < i S I < f i S O h j iI tf 1 SS i It I cr 1t w q = > Ml4 C WING3VILLE OUTLOOKh to > S i4 OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO C titS h i I PER YEAR IN ADVANCE II ChS toa iL JOhN W IloxAKEu Owlngsvillp 4iJ 1y 1 wpS 55 SS dS < 5 < S ANNOUNCEA1ENT For Circuit Court Cle ic S We are authorized to announce t7 iimes L Conner as u candidate for S S Pi5 Circuit Clerk of Hath county sub 13lCt to tho artion of the Democrat S V 3 iu party Election November 1003 a Wo are authorized to announce rz Jason 1 Mnrk ns a candidate for Circuit Court Clurk of Hath roun o ty subject to the action of the Democratic partyte s THE lower Mississippi country ts more suitable fur the habitation Tf aquajjc birds and flsh than hu 5 m luan beings The loss will be V vnormcuifi 1 Tun Lexington Sunday Herald of S S5 > L March 8th contained writoup of S the Herald in its new home nndn history of Luxinglon nnwjpaperF Jo It was an unusually interesting S edition 4 S S ANDREW CUJVEOIS offora to fin t hnce any ...

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 March 1903

S 1 u I l 4 o h c c L 0 II 9 V S V V s V V V V i r V c uo VV S V V V r1tJ V I f 1 r t V V I V V V V S V c V V V 7 J S 5 vwSf b I V 55VV5 LI 0 S V be mingt LIt Lntioo J l I V SSV VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAROH 26 1903 NO 37 u 5I I When you have n news 5Vhen wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 m S The turnpikes are in very bad Ie V condition condtnCometo V Come to THE OUTLOOK for horse n ISndjaok hillstu V 16x20 picture frames tto 125 htu each J M BROTHER IH1 V S Tamos Clark of upper Slate o1db bur J M Atchison thirteen 1 15lb hogsO V at 6c A few snipes showed up in the 51 VVswamps last week but they wore C S wild as deerre V re reri j Rev Ed L Sanford will preach r < V Vat Sees Bohoplhouso next Sunday tion morning and nightng V WE JHJBT DAVE OUR MONET 50on on S please call and settle Mr S SLKSSEU M V V FOR SALE20 2yonrold mules rc V ono or more J M DENTON 353 Hillsboro Ky Slal nnd FOR RENT Houso and lot in Owingsville Apply to th V V GA...

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 March 1903

St t t S a J r < t r i t i Jt 4 1 I 1 t p = t I 4 C r l t ro l l C r4r ij r WINGSYILLE OUTLOOK c i OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers t 1OUTLOOK bWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 7 3 0 THE BROTHERHOOD OF DEATH 4IN A VELDT CEMETERY i iPeace to the quiet dead Trooper and burgher here ibI Jrrue to tho men who led f J t True to their lights fell near r f 2Que5tlon not r1ht nor wrong S y Question not gain nor loss J Brothers In death they Ho I iUnder tho starry cross k oZ s Brave men and true aUke t J JI Matters not creed nor rae ri fj All arc of one great kin > Here In the resting place Nation ealnst nation strives v Endlessly neath the sun j When tho ° great silence falls 1 All arb in rest as one t f i J Tears for the wrongs that keep Far from us peice and Rood i Tears that in life there Is t I NoTiappy brotherhood p p J Peace to the quiet dead 4 l Ufas errors cleared away 11 I Brothers in hope they wait 1 The breaking of the day 1The M Bromley in Westminster Ga J Y IS KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES A Tale of...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 March 1903

i < r L to t c I L INTERESTING STATE NEWS i S HEAVY WEIGHTS FELL Crashed Through An Elevator Cage f Injuring Ten Persons Louisville Ky March ID Without warning the heavy Iron weights at b the courthouse elevator fell Wednes 1 day morning crushing through the root of the cage at tho first floor In which were 14 persons Ten persons were Injured many fatally 4It It was 1020 oclock when a trcmcn edous inoise 1 f > tho building In a few moments n i crowd of 1000 people had hastened 4 tOthospoLri Those who first reached the clcva 4 4 vtor t JWcago was standing at tho basement en ii1 trance to the elevator about a foot Pp Within It were 14 iJeople nearly all of them on the floor prostrate from their injuries Tbeim shrieks and groans resounded through i out the buildingac IIout top of the cage was wholly dcp 11mollshed and the woSshts that had i fallen through lay on top of tho viear ii1 iftlms 1 Following are tho Injured Mnn J die Mrs Ed M Simons skull feareda 4 f cbe fractured inter...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 March 1903

frt C f I 1 t r t Jtf j i ljh S r r t OWIUGSILLE OUTLOOK fJ OUTLOpK PUBLISHING CO > OWINGSVILLE KT 1 r SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE If Address all communications to > THE OUTLOOK Punusmxa Co or to ci JOHN W HONAKEK Owingsville f 1rue II IITHURSDAY MARCH 20 1903 J ili ANNOUNCEMENT crCircuit Court Clerk We unauthorized to announce 1 James L Conner as n candidate for S r Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub t ject to tho action of the Democrat fl ic party Election November 1903 I 1 f s f W p are authorized to announce Y Jason J Murk as a candidate for t t Circuit Court Clerk of Bath coun 1IT subjuct to tho action of the i Democratic party MP d TUB Senate before adjourning W ratified tho Cuban reciprocity a treaty but there will bo no reeL 41 < prority for several months yet if at all I j CIRCUIT JUDGE PARKEK of Lox ington decides that fraudulent de tSclaratlons S of dividends constitute 4 embezzlement in ono of the invest t mont company cases C S TUG obstacles to tho construe 0 tion of ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 April 1903

Jf r C J J o 4 c or b jI t I po 0 9 t I > 0 I > < f ft I 0 1 > rj 1 l w 1 3 C < < Ut > 7 i 1tp < r 4 u Jj ¼ l I t 0 J yw I I r 4 rb 00 i v rJ < o i V S ri I U I < I If L Wte L mingiLL t uffoakF s < Sr 7t Ii f r J T i S l VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY APRIL 2 I 903 NO 38 a 1 < 5 Whon you have n nows Itom or wish to commum cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 51 upF Come to THE OUTLOOK for horse and Jack bills T S Shrout sold Rev Ed And icrson a gray horse for 100 16x20 picturo traraes 1 to 125 each J M BROTDER Sam Lathram sold fourteen 120 lb hogs to A N Crooks at 655 Roes < fc Patterson bought a BOW and Biz pigs of Lee Goodpastor for 25 I The in the Coufct new pump house yard bns been urround d with a nice pavement The enipes are still too few in number on the swamps to nlford the sportsmen much practice The ground was just getting in condition for plowing Sunday and the rain began again that night WE MUST HAVE OCR MONET 80 Ip...

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

i S t o 01 t 4 S b L t i 1 4 i > J t ji < 1 5 OWINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK v OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers Y OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY KENTUCKYta 1 THE OTER POINT Ot VIEW I To be a llttl girl of ten Seems nice enoughto tenSy I wonder If they ever tried 1 To argue from the other aide o yaS I The stiffness of a marched gueth S druJi S hei1 1They never nit at home and sew S j And watch their brothers come and go t I should not even like to say That they would bear It for acl I J1 They do notnow how hard It seems S S To be a glrIZ stlll In ones dreams suS C A drummer boy or i go to seaan Our brothers say were hard to pleas i Because we long for things like these They think It Is a pleasant life iITo wait until youre someones wife IWhen Im a wife Ill gladly lilt At home and cook and sew and knit I But theres a lot of waiting when Youre but a little girl of tenin SS 4Our brothers do not seem to know S That waiting can be very slow triedt To argue from the other side Evelyn Sharp In Westminster Gazett...

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