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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 April 1903

I t l e v tr 4 i cA 1L 1S C 1S L c I G e u U STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST rot 1 S 41b 9M i MONITOR ARKANSAS i i i It Will Come to Paducah If the Wato Proves Deep Enough a Pailncah Ky March 28 Former > Con rtttman C K Whoctcr Frltlny re reived a telegram from Charles 11 I Darling acllng secretary of the navy Mating that the monitor Arkansas had S Sbeen ordered to Paducah If conditions 4Ire favorable It Is left to the dls 1 ri retlon of tho commanding officer It cang S g baro tho time the vessel will come tL S here Local river men say there will S 5o sufficient water on tho grant S ihaln the only shoal place between Paducah and Cairo Should the vessel V ppic It would be tho first time a Sfaval craft has been at the mouth of Iho Tennessee river since the civil S S war The Arkansas is now on tho S way up the river to St Louis S 5 t4iI INDIFFERENT TO HIS FATE Wife Murderer William McCarty Is J Dying of Consumption SI L x1ngton Ky March 27 William hereI S or wife murder heard Thursday for S...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 April 1903

y t t c 1 I 4 t 3 6l It i 4J fi f i 1 to 6 Sob q < I OUTLOOK 1UIJLISHING CO i OWINGSVILLE KY o IOWINGSVILLE r J 1 PER YEAR m ADVANCE > jAldress all communications to f t Tile OUTLOOK FcuusuiKtt Co or to I JOHN W HONKER Owingeville i t Ky i THURSDAY APRIL 2 1903r k = 1 < a ANNOUNCEMENT OJ 1 t 4 1 For Circuit Court CIo k n We are authorized to announce ijaraes L Conner MS n candidate for Circuit Clerk of itath county sub Ject to the notion of the Democrat ic party EUclion November 1903 I 4 2 L Ve ore authorized to announce Jason J Mark as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Bath OlIn e > C y subject to the action of the of Democratic partyru 10 F TUB newest for lcry in New York City was a dinner served on horse J back in the ballroom at Sherrys e Saturday nighth Foil a muchalleged dead un your Uncle Grover Cleveland is n p niibjcct that occupies much poli tical attention or all sIdes Tnt Cuban Senate has ratified the Reciprocity treaty a amended k by the U S Senate prob...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 April 1903

1 IJ E J r < r a 0 g t t v RX i P < I 0 fIf > f l r y L C < J w i 0 > P c < t 1 a Q t i f tc > > c I Iie e minqiLLtntaok i rj fF J VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 9 1903rio 39 Y l SPRING SUMMER 1903 j We respectfully ask the people of Bath county to come and see our stock consisting of Dry Goods Mens and Boys Clothing W f 1 L Douglas and Stacy Adams fine shoes for men Krohn AcIiheitner Co ladies fine shoes mens workli1 shoe every p air guar Jlt J anteed we mean by that a new pair or your L1IULy balk if not satIsfactorv eve r have a gooci assortment of Dress Goods thttg < hams Calico Ladies readymade shirt w tgood styles price one dollar each silk oxfords and the celebrated American Lady C > rscts Anthony Dress Shields that have no rubber We handle Sari Brand and S J John B Stetson Hats A large line of mattings ana carpets Can maKe a suit on snort notice Come and price the best goods at the low A Y est price Goods and prices guaranteed Hopin...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 April 1903

bc a b r It V 0 j if S I 1 4 h l I ii7 i 11 h 1 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK p L J q OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers w p OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKYI KENTUCKY a ¼ y p fONE I KNEWII e y He never tried to preach or set you right rlchtHe s V He thought all others better far thant 1 be 1 And words so ho showed by life Instead of t The wondrous beauty of humilityb He did not worry to reform the world e i c He knew Gods ways though slow were lc always suret He only struggled to reform himself t t By steadfastness and patience to en t V dure T b I He would not prate abouttho want of love s r tlov t Nor yet the lack of faith In human a t i mind e lie never epoke about these things at all 1lie he never failed in being kind c t h i bic One single passion held his heart In sway An carnest craving for the pure andk 1 And true though at times Gods face felt fart nwny a c f f His earthdimmed eyes so deeply JY yearned to view t k j > Still In the dark as In the light he 4smiled c 1if fne said the sun was shining a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 April 1903

9k 1T I1 I b L fJ J 4 T I Y i GC cC4 c GG 1S G G f Th 0 t I 1 STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST i izi z n i iI aaM IiO iI a o I IDOOMED TO DIE DIEj I fl J W Bess Laughed as He Heard the II If ff I Verdict AnnouncedI Lexington Ky April 2J W Bess has been convicted at the murder of I1 his paramour Mrs Martha Martin and his punishment fixed at death 4jThe case was given into the hands of 1 fThO Jury at 7 oclock Wednesday night and th9 verdict was read in 4ircourt at 912 oclock The closing 1i scenes of the trial were one sensation ib Zarter another in that the culprit fell 1 dl into a trap that had been laid for him dffq by the prosecution and ho was prac 1 tically convicted on his own testi t monyWhile While the Jury was deliberating the 4 prisoner sat in the courtroom with his son and some Intimate friends With W these he talked and laughed incessant ly as If enjoying the situation When 1On verdict was read a smile crossed 1 his face and when told by his counsel not to worry as they would 10 al...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 April 1903

i 31 I l4I k I k f r uL j Sy OWIH68VIUB OUTLOOK I 1rOUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO L c OWINGSVILLE KY < t SIPER YEAR IN ADVANCE h co f Aldrfigs communications to Tan OUTLOOK Punusmsa Co or to < J JOHN W HOKAKCR Owingsville i I ¼ < Ky u t THURSDAY APRIL 0 1003 ii ANNOUNCEMENT 1 For Circuit Court Clo kci 4 Ve are authorized to announce James L Conner BR a candidate for r n Circuit Clerk of Bath county fib i jcct to tliP action of the Democrat S 1903t < A We are authorized to announce Jason J Mark as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Bath cOlin ty subject to the action of the i < Democratic partyof o MICHIGAN went Republican bya A about 40000 Monday 1 ilne result of Mondays election was not of particular encourage nient for tho Democratic party in pj Tuture elections 4 AKOTHEK disagreement has arisen 51botween the anthracite miners nnd the operators over tho number of hours constituting n days work In many collierUs the miners hnve DI 4 to nine hours and the collieries have ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 April 1903

t 0 < t 1 t bE < < TminguiLLt tI i k T I When you have a news Item or wish to communi cato with THK OUTLOOK office by phone ring up Lambs nro flourishing i Wheat promises a fine crop Robert Nixon is now Deputy Marshal MarshalCome Come to THE OUTLOOK for horse and Jack bills There it a strong demand for good grape land to rent Tuesday was cool and rainy Dogwood winter perhaps 16x20 picture Iraraes 1 to 125 each J M BROTHER ANTEO1o rent 50 to GO acre R of grass DB G W CONNER R S Cross sold a mature mule to Fletcher Mann Thursday for 3110 3110Thomas Thomas Karrick of Salt Well had a good mare to die in foaling last week Coleman Uatlhra 3raonthsoId t iftmttghter died last week of yellow 3 dice li orn April 10th to MM and 5hChi Fowler of Olymp a rJ Daughter r Dr G W Conner sold a gray gelding Monday to Pryor of Clark Co forOO Elder B7F Parker will preach alL Roynoldsvillo next Sunday at 11 oclock a m The general opinion is that thereI Will be considerable tree fruit de plte 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. — 16 April 1903

I44 4 1 b 4 > c y f OWINGSVILLE > OUTLOOK S OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers 1 i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 5 I r i > THE FOREST STREAM > I f v The fairest scenes ore ever those that II e F S t Ieep hid within the lap or Nature there unrevealedJ J 1 To iuch abides her rarest lovplIne88 5 kiveilnessP 5 The Joyous mood the spirits light and S gay S Shall miss perchance or tall to all Im S bibe SThe something that Inevitably breathes S In such a spot but when In pensive pensivethought S Thy mind Is cast or when In question plungedan Thr Hplrlt wrestle with some bnfning 4 doubt 3 SThen Nature shall unto thy Quickened I sense whS S S And with caressing whispers lure thee S on e Till In her secret shrines thou herheart irtheart And srest the boundless a rulesthe worldA Come where amid the sylvan shades the 5 S brooklo 5 S Leaps down In music oer the mosscIaV S stones Far through lbwood S wood In murmuring ca denceare n ocj Mt and stnlght eThy steps shall quicken and with light a ened heart...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 April 1903

ic f S 1 I r it c czc + c FROM ALLOVER THE STATE b g f t rw 11 t S J to 1 M tr I THE JURY SELECTED Testimony Is Being Taken in the Jim Howard Case l 1 Frankfort Ky April 9The case 4 of James Howard charged with kill 4 I Ing Coy William Goebcl opened hero Wednesday The defense filed altidaxit as to absent witnesses In seeking a Ci continuance The commonwealth ob jected and the court heard In chambers A t the objection The affidavit of the de tI fense was later admitted and a spe I cial vcuiro of 150 citizens of Wood ford and adjoining counties were or rL dercd to be present In court Thursday I Frankfort Ky April 11The se lection of the Jury In the Jim Howard murder case was completed Friday aft ernoon and the opening statements of what the commonwealth and defense expect to prove by witnesses were placed before the court Judge Bon WllHams of the side of the common 1 wealth stated that the prosecution prosceutlotW would show to the jury that CoY W S Taylor had the defendant brought I ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 April 1903

I C b A ¼ 4i wti OWIH68VILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLIShING CO1L8 VINGSVILLE KY I 4 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Addressall communications to wia I JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville llI KyCU CUL address Should always ghe provinuIiii address when writinghi Corrrspondents when out of taa tionery should mention fact on a t 8pnrate slip of paper I nTHURSDAY APRIL 16 1903 I 9 ANNOUNCEMENT T For Circuit Court Clerk announcI c I I Barnes L Conner as n candidate for Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub S jpcl to tho action of the Democrat I ic party Election November 100 3co We are authorized to announce Jusoti J Mark as n candidate for fia Circuit Court Clerk of IJuth cOlin ty subject to the action of the Democratic party 1 CARTER HARRISON retained his eligibility to the Democratic Vice Presidential nomination by petting s elected for the fourth time Mayor r of Chicago Tuesday n w otc agod THE US Circuit Court of A pu t peals completely knocked out the great railroad trust known us the 4 1Ie Northern Securities...

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 April 1903

c r > r tq 61 o I t c p s r 2 I t I d j IAs f I F j V O l f h I 1 c n C 0 w 0 C ts 4 = t 1 0 ts2r 1 i > 2 < fC J I Ib t gttiinqtiillti utLook L l f g i 1 VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 23 1903 NO41 r i 1 5 When you have a news item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phono rin up 51 James Craig Bold a horse to J tt4 < Tom Horseman for 6750 R S Crois bought of Mike Car < ponter Jr a horse for 150 Heres hopin Saturday mornings frost didnt bite yer alrly tatera 16x20 picture frames 1 to 125 each J M BROTHER Geo Stoele of Salt Well bought five shoats of James R Warner for 30 Born April 20th to Mr and v Mrs Jessie Smith of Sour Springs bi a 13lb son J J M Richart bought of Robert Shields twentyfour 2yearold 725 Ib steers for 800 Willard Mitchell of Nicholas villo spoke at the Courthouse Tuesday afternoon rtTueBdy I MrJnd Born April 14th to Mr tod Mr8 lorn Evormnn of upMr 4 Prickly Alba son T M Perry tt Co have a bom 0 pleteline of wall paper ...

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 April 1903

r < < iOWINOSYILIEOUTLOOK I rOurLOOK PUB CO Publishers t j OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY T SOMETHING GOLD CANNOT BUY there Is somethtngfar better than wealth Which men strive for and hoard till they die diep I For the life that Is blessed with good > goodhealth Wears a crewn that no riches can buy buyi 1 careJ Has a rest In its haven of peaceo All unknown to the proud millionaire there Is that which the world with Its goldft ft With Its grandeur and glory and might ts unable to give or withhold i For its pains do Us pleasures all blight the good heart that Is filled with pure love And that feels for anothers deep woe ojl Has the source of Its joy from above A fount that never ceases to How b Better than wealth Is the mind that soars And delights In Its search for truth > That all the wide range of knowledge explores exploresA and example to youth youtht rar S Are devoid of a gem the most pure And virtue set In her graces all fair Is a jewel alone to endurel 1Is Is something far b...

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 April 1903

It 10 s i i ww 0 < i Tl JtoJr 5 i I t 1I l f < > < 4ijft y i jl J f i t elL I JJJ J irA J l The Souls House Hunting i NO FLATS IN HEAVENCHILDREN WANTED THERE I A Moving Day Sermon by the II Highway and Byway E Preacher 1Ip Ip ir s i w Coprrihl 1113 br J u EdSOQ Cbc tro April It IBM 1 Textfle Abraham looked for a city rhch hath foundations whose r t and Maker la flod1eb 111 > ci Lot lifted up his e yes and beheld ali the t 41 plain of JordanThen Lot chose Mm all ri 4 the plain of JordanGen 13UMl A BRA1IAM and Lot were both looking ADUA1IA1 e 1 1 1 np place a spot which they could call home Abra ham had bis ryes I focused upon Heavenly things so that he looked for a city which hath foundations whose Builder and Maker is JJod loOt with his eyes fixed upon the fruit fill plain below saw that it could sat ihfy worldly ambitions nnd In ho V chose him the plain of Jordan and went there to liv Abraham could J V ralmly evrn cheerfully see Lot tnfce V 1hi best of the land for h...

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 April 1903

b d > t 1 sr n OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK q iY OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO t OWINGSVILLE KY 1 Si PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i t Address all communications to y TOE OUTLOOK PunusiiiNGCo or to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsvillo YtsIJonN t Subscribers desiring n change of address should nl ways give previous rhlngA Correspondents when out of sta Itionerv should mention fact on 1lit slip of 4 separate paper THURSDAY APRIL 28 1003 jANNOUNCI3MENT t i For Circuit Court Clokda nnounceH Tunics L Conner an candidate for vap Circuit Clerk nf Ruth county u bw jcct to the action of the Democrat ric party Election November 1903 tWc ore authorized to announce L1ltson J Mark ns a candidate for 4 Circuit Court Clerk of Hath coun ty subject to the action of t hedi Democratic party I I 1 1 Ho who boodleI y And runs awayci e May live to boodlocr Some oilier dny S s 5 siogs the Missouri legislator 55 4 I l 4 BRECKiNniDGEhaswithdruwn fr mmr S j fti the Gubernatorial race leaving 1S llendnx and Beckham to fight it S 4 out Kilkenn...

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 April 1903

e i ttr k 4 I v1 e 1 jo m Ir 4 r i I o 2I c 0 < 4j Tt t ffl > rffi f f A 4 1 = H J IC P > < 1 I > J r i kI 1 l 4 e < S R S S 1 S S J 4 9 c tl55 1 j r Sp d I 5 S 1 S l Se I S i S H fi S W lJ S S 5 5 r i V 1 < o St t 1 Q 1icS Itflot1ttli ciutiaok4 i < L f1 2 i I v 1 tVOL ff Xi < > > clsvLLE VOL XXIV fSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 30 I 903 NO42 A t j fb LTS 5 When you havo a news Item or wish tc communi cato with THS OUTLOOK office by phono ring up S 57 Fiscal Court met Tuelday r Quarterly Court was in atnion Monday S L FOB SALE Yellow and blaok 1 sand OUTLOOK office 10x20 picture Irani es 1 to U2i ath J M BROTHER S Sara Lathram bought thirty rL yearling itoera of John Ralston at S 468 Sam Lati ram slaughtered a ooupla more dogs that had been af ter his sheep > S Born Sutiday morning to Mr and Mrs Samuel McClain of east of town a ion Bagland oil it quoted two cents higher 57 o nU per barrel The country la still safe T M Perry Co han a comI S pletft ...

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 April 1903

I c T h ¼ t 4 OWINGSYiLLE OUTLOOK 1 OUTLOOK pun CO Publishers t OWINGSV1LU3 KENTUCKY t YEARS AGOA BOYS PLAINT l I reckon years and years ago agoTo You Just was born and then youd grow And keep on growing ail youd done You went to school awhile I know But mostly youd Just grow and grow The pies and things they used to make I Ive often heard my father tell II 4The pies and dumplings and the cake i The cookies tarts and Jam as well 1r Of Bourse cornbread theyd also bake V nut noety It was pies and cake II dt t 1 In euUmertltne at air rte The other boys wdbid come ta play 5 You had a gun youd coast and skate iYI work there was of course but MY I It mostly was Just play and play yeara a through f And Fourth July would last a week StOld Santa Claus was really true 1r v And drove his reindeers like a streak I Of course there were the chores to do But who would care with Santa true I w J And then the people who were grown They gave a boy a little rest 4 t 1 A fellow then was let alone > ...

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 April 1903

rk fi i 4 T f H rJ J JLrJ The Open Door of Opportunity j 110W IT MAY flE DISCOVERED AND FULLY ENTERED r g 0 Sermon by the Htgliay and Byway Preacher Ifi J l 1X I Edsone i it Cop7flbl Igo3 br J M Edsoa1 1 ILI Chicago April iIJ9I3 I f IntA grtM door and effectual Js it cpeijed unto me and 1 her are many i i dlS Wersarleat cor 1511 I AUL had been Inot 1aDI boring in the Jot pel in the 1051 Kphesut a bunt utrid1 rid1two feeling that his work there ossn asai completed he was about to with thee draw into Mace donia and GrrrcR arcih to visit the churches there thecli when unrxpfeltel i lj the door of further and fuller r crv i S Sqe was opened to him and wtitinglos ite Corinthian brethren he says 4 But lriU tarry ot Ephesus unlilieu I q1QE fur a great door and effectual i is opened unto me and there are many ndyersaries It is interesting nd important to note 1wo things at s thV outset in connection with t his uperjenle flf the great PO1Ip In Ephcsus In the first plac Paul xva s not to set ...

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 April 1903

It t i 1 f r4 h Vi c l t 7 i ti > It t t s t1 r X iL OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOIC t aiFl OUlIOOKlU LISIIING co KYt 1 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE k t i Altdrrss nil communlcation8 to t rUE OUTLOOK Ptlltl8flING CO or to JOIJi W HONAKER OingsviUe Y Snbserlbers desiring R changoOf i addre8 hnuJd IIht Y8girO previous ittidrepbon writing Cortllpondents wnel out of stn 1 1 tIonery hou1dtnention Tact ona II pnrato sioT paper q4 > 1 lIIURSDA Y A UL 80 1003 ANNOUNCEMENTof 1 ForClrcultCourtClarkbo S b f lYe are uthnrlzed to announce 0 JieB r Conner ORR crindiltnte for I cttCl1St Clerk of Bath county sub 4 t ject to LID action If the Ieinoori it r iu Plftl Election NOTlmber 1903 1 4 annourI Ice L Jnton J Mnrkas a eRDdidnto for Circuit Court Clorkof Bath cot In t yI subject to tho action of the 4 tDemocJotic Thrty ITniAsunun TnEAscnCnSINCLAIn of Rizal 1 Province PbillpPlneis 1 20O OO e t defaulter That Bort of thing 1 likely to be ornmun ae the yci er S rofl on j 1 t i r TOUN K HE5Dltlclt paid the b al ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 May 1903

n p A 1 h S u 1Jf c o A 4 c O J l 1 h f 4i 1 t 0 5 S S S4P S sujaisrssK S S S Z fSr S I rorc r bc mingtiitLe utIaak I t 4 oiOf V YOU XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 7 1903 NO 43 5 I When you havo a news Item or wish to communi onto with THE OUTLOOK oftlce by phone ring up 51 j S Noxt Monday will be County Court day it FOR SALE Yellow and black sand OUTLOOK ofilce 7 Rodhorse are due on the rimes of Licking river this or next week 16x20 picture trames 1 to 12i S each J M BROTHER T H Brown sold n pair of 2 ycnrold mules to Dick lies fur 7 250 S Born April 30th to Mr nnd Mrs Samuel Corbin of neat Rey noldsville n son S > > T 11 Perry Co have a corn S S plele line of wall pnjier which they are selling cheap WE HCGT HAVj OCR HONEY BO S < please call and settlo S BLESBER f iF S jo flcr J Pnlmolor and Sanford be 1 3n prenchinR at Salt Well Sunday iiighti They are having good at b Q r rkV Daughters of America of < sHJJiclc will give an icecream Csiipper at Odd Follqws Hall...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 May 1903

4 4 t 4 I > l i Oo I l 1rt < t 7OUTLOOK OWINGSVJLLEJOTLOOK PUB CO Publishers Throp S < t i = THE BROKEN GUITAR placeS tyingWhere S Where letters are plied by the wall V Where no sound save of echoes replying S t Comes ever from garret or hall 1 And where light through no casement can fall 1 I Not even the gleam of a Mar tvorkS 4 la a rlbbonlcss broken guitarmor 4 At dusk when the sunset Is dying cntI L TIke entries their challenges crying S Shrill piping from crevices small smallAnd S S And the wind from the poplar trees tail Crraks doors that are standing ajar ajari ajarY ri Is a rlbbonlcss broken guitarsas neyS Who dam ed long ago at the hall o 5 ft1Ine mistress and brooked no deny c ingtree 1 c A kiss as he folded her shawl Farib What shadows we vain mortals are rockS S Is a rtbbonless broken guitar guitarwhic whicI S Nay time held them both In his thrall 5 Through days that have faded afar r Sj afarAnd emS w The Philosopher i 1i ia KIDNAPPED ± ji Xin IMILLIONAIRES < ...

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