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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 May 1903

t V Ke The Springtime of the Soul SPIRITUAL TRUTHS ILLUSTIlATItD BY MOTHU NATURE Seaanable Suman by the Highway d Byway Puacher JB COllrlchl 1903 bl J U ESIOD ail < Tff > Similar May 3 1V01 4 I Textflut CJod Who Is rich In merry for Ills Rr al love whrrfwllh He loN us fcp en when we vitrr diail In sins hnth 4 quickened 111 together with Christ liy grace ye are save dTind hath rilstd UK up I together and made us sit tnccllifr ill nlUeanlll Inhe the ages to come Tie might show I lip ux cevdlnR rtuhea of Ills Jrac In Ills kliidnr xs 3 towards us through Christ Je1uEIh iJ tH whEX hEX the qiiicn f1 Sbebu bud piiid b r r iniMitorulllP vWt to the court of King Solomon It 1111 bud Inheld ull his isiToui and the glory anti inignlr < Mic < i t Ills ialic there was mi morn spir it in her She was Itttlrl Epccchlcss bifore iio inalcbluss wis I IEper I be lavish riches time iniirtty I crrrnioniiK H is with tinmtt stucli b fiiling as Ibis that the soul views f Ilin snlilinid heights sr...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 May 1903

4 i t S S y 4V t I < t 07c L OWINGSVILlE OUTLOOK i r OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO I OWINGSVILLE J carS S t1 1 > t PER YEAR IN ADVANCE S t a Address nil communications to > THE OUTLOOK PunusiiiNo Co or toI I < JoiiN W HONAKEII Owingsville 1 Ky q SubscriberB desiring a change of < address should always give previous address when writing 0 Correspondents when out of sta etioncrv should mention fact on a separate slip of puper toTHURSDAYMAY71003 S ANNOUNCEMENT t For Circuit Court Clork t We arc authorized to announcith T nines L Conner as a candidate for oJ Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub Fubi T ic party Election November 1903 J Wo ard authorized to announce t Jason J Mark usa candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Hath ootin t 1 < ty subject to the action of the ior yDemocratic int p Jri THE actual amount of money in tthe United States May 1st wan f o oJ 2679310333 the estimated per r 4 r capita being 2958 I e 1k THE dedication cNerciferi of thc 0 Louisiana Purchase Expositio...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 May 1903

I r 0rlJ r S jiI 1r r r H 4 r J L W i7 JJ r I JrJfTYz J I 4 r g f It 1h n i 0 A VpK c lJ > I I < 11uuuuul1 i > j J r 7 i or r r r r II fJ 1 n 1 r t 4 1 r > 4 1PS I < 11 y 1 A 4 A 4 4ahIcP 4 n 1b v4 e i I ci I I > t e thinq t1iLTi i r utinok r C l l i J ff ft l i i VOL xx IV 11 OWSNGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 14 1903 PO NO 44 I 5 When you have 11 news 5When wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 1 I i Foa SJLLE Yellow and black i < and OUTLOOK office i 16x20 picture traDes 1 to 125 eaeh J M BROTHER See Forgo Bill items for mention < of the suicide of George Knox Jr Patterson Roan sold a sow and five pigs to Thoa McCarty for 25 W D Young sold two mule colts to Holman Rice Tuesday for 125 There will be preaching Sunday c a t Harpers schoolhouse at 1030 oclock andSundayechool 3 p m ciD WK MOST HAVE OUR MONET BO please call and settle S BLRSSEB IiJasea Clark and Dick Cross weighed eeventeon fat 190lb hog S to F P Hendrix 4 Co Monday at ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 May 1903

to I x t r t et f J Q t < g < HK j > > li > > I t o Vi t < 1 S if c l 10 = t = I > 1 j I Jl Lt JWINGSMH OUTLOOK I 1 OUTLOOlt Pull CO iubtThers c > 4 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 4 I THE JESTERS SThe Jester mounted to the throneN f I The while did sleep the kingth A monarch now am I he said saidAnd 8inga Now bring to me my ermine robes And bring my crown to meb And take this cap and take these bells e To his great majesty The courtiers did as they were bitts And culled the Joke supreme They waited round until the king Awoke from out his dream dreamBoon Soon In he camo arrayed In cap I And shaking loud his bells bellsAnd h And all the courtiers stood anearth 111 As this strange dream he tells 1 < A I dreamed said he that I was king klnjrThe t The jesters frown was plain luI b kr And ruled this broad domain domaInt came 4 And bore his crown to me leI t With all my majesty j But when I awoke arrayed was Im J In my old Jesters suitth I This cap these bells and on my...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 May 1903

zo b r EF L LJf L HANKERING AFTER THE FLESH POTS OF EGYPTttA tt ISRAEL A ICUU OP THL UNSANCTlrlltD BELIEVER Srmon by tile Highway and Byway Preacher J riI I i Coprribt 1r3 b7 J M Edlon l 1 Chicago Sunday May 10 1003 TextAnd the children ot brut saIda < t Would to God we had died by the hand ancst of the Lord In the land of Egypt when we sat by the flesh pots and when we T did eat bread to the full then 4eald the Lord Behold I will rain lircnil I from Heaven for you Kvodus 1631 I No these things were our examples 1 to the intent that we should not lust after evil things as they ao IUltedI Cor IlJ 1 AiH HE record of the S 1 J children of Israel lives to this day 3 > t J that it may teach + 1 I us of the way < ward net K B t U b It 1 > horn ness anti 11 I SbIiiiiiues of the luiinun heart and i t j the faithfulness 0 jtlit patience and the generous cure 5of God for Ins hldrell in nil ageti Is rael is a mirror which God holds up for us to look into It Is a mirror which l has ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 May 1903

f Lz 1 to 1 f jo t th b t h h = lI o l yc l t > L l r > p cot oil > K Y1M L 4 4 i Of IN68VILLE OUTLOOK s OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO t t t WINGS VILLE K Ymn 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE V z iJ Address all communications to c A1lfl1 OUTLOOK PonusniNa Co or to i JOHN W HoHAKsn Owingoville ky Subscribers desiring n change ofno address should always give previous address when writing tuk k Corrcipondents when out of sta lionery should mention fact on n V fepparato slip of paper coC V POSTMASTER GENERAL PATNB has t V feuspendtfd bervico on a rural I reebe ILin delivery route out from GnIlai in i Tenn because the colored cnn icrde eWft awnrned to give up his posit on poaitlonbYIDftlked chV p anCOL First Regiment of Kentucky Vol untecrs In the Spanish war and Augustus Wilson both of Louie Ttlle are announced oandidatcs for V tho Republican nomination for V Governor PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FOLK of o jV St Louis who haa given tho bood o t ers what they deserve declined i the offer of a hou > bou...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 May 1903

J1 O f I JJ LC Jf j 11 Nt rr i r l t 1 1 1 1M h D 0 to t4 1 < t I Jw t 1I 3 fL fff J 1 t t t h jt s > ti > J I c c J I t J I ht I inllt ntook If d t i V difr I f it VOL XXIV or s OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 211 903 NO 45 1 5 When you have a news 5When wish to communi cate with THE OUTLoOK office by phono ring up 57l w F The dust has been fearful the Lj < past week l I See Frank Perry for your sweet t 4 potato plants ttSi Y Ragland oil has advanced to 62 J cents a barrel L 3i i Sweet potato pla ats at Brother 0 A Goodpasters j Levi Jones sold a brood mare to 0 q Ambrose Well for 110 r FOB SAW Yellow and black snd OUTLOOK office I T Ford Patterson sold bli horao to U < < JaeiX tqhlsoa for t1oo I > All kiadt t wet pot to Plant I for salt B FRANK PBKRT J t A dolUIl81er time t mI Jr perature prevailed some dlys the k It esk p I The iast in the central part of A > tOWb wat rapetrip ad carted off I I J 1tFrhlyI a a 4 2 There will be a pfotraeted meet 1kL 1 ing...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 May 1903

t liir i s tr f < V 0 1 II So b I L i I i 0 t C t 1f4 o f T i t < tn oS < x wLlL tTt < fii r > k 4 t ii > > HT I f OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I 0 I THE DIVER Hit II s life of toll Into the dull And turbid main he plunges down t Amid conditions strenuous and cold To undertake hit task Mayhap for gold He ceeks or hidden pearl he tolleth on To cleanse the barnacle from crusted hullf e Ills Is a lite of faith Down from above He draws his native air Above him foe I 4 > Foreer withstand Ills task Is sore In I deed But on he tolls all trusting that his Imeed Of strength will never fall for well he knows c The pledge of faith Is made by faithful love 7 j Twere well my soul when earnest life i 1 t i for thee Is like unto the divers trust and toll C TIs often dark and hard to win ones 1 way f A Against the odds that throng the path S 10 but stay w Thy trust upon the Power above and all S Thy striving shall result In victory l R...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 May 1903

> 1 r 4 OJ 3 t < b 1 3 cu LtfU jij iru TL LF 1L The Offerings of Cain and Abel 1What What They Teach 11a of the Way of 1 < Acceptance With God f t < ii S nnon by the Highway and Byway PrcaCbcr < ii 1 Iif I1 JI f Copyright 11103 b7 J M4so b Chicago Sunday May 17 1903 tTextAnd the lord said unto Caint tht 4 t i countenance fallen If thou doest well cllhalt thou not be accepted and If thou 1f S doest not well sin lleth at the doorGen Wand 7 p + ERG are two broth iC r s recognizing r4their obligations 1tt to the Lord Je 4 g hovah and brInl IuI a Ing their offer o f ings One Is neb i ccptcd of God they l other is notond I 4 Coin was very 1 f wroth and h id eountennnce fr111t fellThen Then it is that the Lord confronts him a 4and asks him three questions which i lay bare his wickedness of heart hisd Srebellion toward < 1IInl1 the reason reasoni 9 his offering was not acceptable to God i The Lord then proceeds directly to the root of the matter lie always does Iivhen deal...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 May 1903

sJ C j S 4 Sj W s > > > < 1 j t l r fI i OVNGSVLLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO f 1 OWINGSVILLE KYI I A I I 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 S I Address all communications to 4 IJ Tax OcTLoolt Pbnusnixa S S Co orto J ToOK W HONAKEU Qwingwrille 1 P r KySubscribon Subscribon desiring A chaDgo of S addrcu should always give previous nddeeii when writing writingCorrespondents i Correspondents when out of itt + tionery should montfon fact on a k separate slip of paper tI THURSDAY MAY 21 1003 LATCB returns made no change I In the positions of tho candidates of the State Democratic primary SKKAIOK BABE BAILET of Tex 5 as is reported to have pin yet I V Wall Itreet f 50000 to Uto good 15He may be an octupus himself yet a V THE high price of cotton last tent t iV ieari except during the corner in t January 1901 High cotton means V Jihigh mules 1 TDK retail cigar branch of the i Tobacco Trust spent 720000 to crush out competition in New York 5 V City Their purpose being ac increasa Vn pri...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1903

b r t t S S t f I I r 4 t kh 5 I t 1 > z r i i I l 4 A 1 + r p 4 > t c 4J 1 L t V c 3ita 7o < rP < t 1I n r 4 S 1lft j 3 jjir jjirFF U4 4i 1 i 4 thJu U r t r Cf crbt turntuLtt Duttook r IT > 2 I vOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 28 1903 NO4i 51 I > O When you have a news Item or wish to communi cate with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 See Frank Perry for your sweet potato plants FOB SALE Yellow and bo1b uaad OcruoK office ia > < s J Fearing sold a PelTet hori to Lee I > Brother for 1O AH kMrt ef iwest potate plants Cor ttl B Faux PBRBT Heary Schwab tost f40 cow last Thursday from kidney disease The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church will give an ice cream tupper early in July The good old summer time i U dhIouraidatadwere in the aldut of it 10 honors are e7bt Wa mow HATS OBR OHCT o pleaee sail and settleda Ste New ad ptodate merchandise at half prices at the big aleat Heynane In Sherburae path O GUI Loeb has charge of the MC tI v...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1903

cIId 1 p ir I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOKl q OUTL6OK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY fT THE CITY INCORRUPTIBLE uI Hark Ts roar of labor c A ceaseless deafening sound S Now from the trembling scaffolds Now from the yawning ground Kot the red fires of Vulcan Nor Cyclop pristine powers Could match their feats of magic S Who shape this world of ours p 5WIth myriad panting engine t With countless picks and drill They arch the threatening rivers I They pierce the hostile hills S 5n steam and smoke and lightning Earths captive forces play To weld with Titan touches S The city of today I Still from their sunken footholds rThose cobweb buildings rise S j Whose panes ray back the morning Whose foreheads touch the skies While many n crowded workshop I And tolling mill and mine S Yield up their costly treasures To make them fair and tin a A SYet void of civic honor Of justice Jlght and law I What werjB the proudest structures That eer the round world saw S Bone was a queenly empire But power and...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1903

s ig l e S J c 1 Il S v 5 T1 S A Senaatlonal Case p Alston Mich May 25th Houjhtoa S Bounty has never witnessed a more strik ing medical cae than that of Mr Jame Culet of tins place placeMr Mr Culet had spent a small fortune with Lw the beit phyiiciaus in the county and in w addition to tnis he has tried everj medicint he could hear of hearol5iiir bad case of Rheumatism a W cand Kidney Trouble from which he had 5 1 < X suffered for twenty years Nothing he could get seemed to do him any good and worseS S lie has no Rheumatism now and explain tS 11 It thus advertiseS ment of Dodds Kidney lills and decided tQ 5 trj them fmade up my mind to give them a good fair trialat my case was a very bad one S < and was of over twenty years standing j I used altogether 4 pars and f can I truthfully say that they have driven out J every trace af the Rheumatism a iI1 1 feel like a new man and I can and do ijt most heartily recommend Dodds Kidne1 Zif S IS for Rheumatism and Kdny Trouble i r Vhcr ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1903

i To it t I f > t v S4 1 t 4 0 t 1 vAt to JS 7 z1is 2 n yJi i Itf 1 2 L c 2t Jiti ftT I i t 01NG8VILLE i OUTLOOKdec S > X OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 1 1 r4 < t bWINGSVILTtE KYI ti 4 li PER YEAR IN ADVANCEsoo b I A dsn communications to I fob b 54 JoBH W HoRAKfcR OwIttgvItIeaft ley 1 > Ilab b e ddres should alwayUglYeprevioxiB t fcddreiB when writing Correspondents when out of etana ionery should mention ttt on a b frrparate slip opprco THURSDAY MAY 28 1903 b IT la the general opinion that flulia State troop who marched up to Icde t Jackson will simply eaarrh down again after the farce of an invest gaiU > IB concluded JWc OAHTHIU anticipated his Yeatoval from tht bench by the Apra S Vftllate CouM in the Oalib Powers case by vacating vit Gov Beck S ham will appoint a Judge to try i this cast r t = Tax Turks are slayiag the Mao 1 S wr1d1ib I fifet tearing Its fiirt about it sines 1 3rkeys chastisement means Rue i I j Mi domination which i trding z aH for x 1 > > r worae...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 June 1903

r r I i i V V V V V V V V V V V V V t i S c < r 4 1c 4 r > fr < I It J r I T Of C Ibtlluin flhLtt ntIot + h i M i 7h 0 VOL XXIV FOWltjlGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1903 NO47 When you have a news 7 Itz 57 item or wish to communi 57 cate with TilE OUTLOOKI I office by phone ring up CA I It Is aJ borf time between show ersBQW V Fox ALLYdllOW and black sand OUTLOOK office There was a good shower Wed s4a night of last week f jl Vt i 4 number of showers FrldayW ternoonhelpecf saelt down the clods Childrens Jwill be celebrated a t the Wyoming Cbristia Church next Sunday > t 10 30 a uiu taThe houseTiBproveraeuts Ira great play place for thellttle sbteruK Wa MUST HAVE OOB HOHET s o please call aadsettle 0 66usBER j New aid iapterf3atd meychandiso at half ptlcts at the bteal at x Heyssans In Bherburne Bath Co f s RobsrtjOhUIoD the barber had siiokea frying chickens eaten by 1 so tae raraintr one night last week i > Henry Duff of Stepstone lotili 1 VX younj urktland 49 yeunM...

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

l itf f1 11l oi > w z Ii IiN tS t r M t l < c4T i r < W > < > t b 4 k t 9lh Ji to I p OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers Mw a f UNAVAILINGs Its kind o hard to understand the case J of Eiry Jones ii We thought that hed row up to bit a retTinr lazy bones But his father felt quite hopeful when ne taw him out one day dayAtollln Atotlln with a coifstick an declartn L 6 It WU play Ited stop and hit that little ball a moat remendoui lick onn tY the double quick otb f < To see him ro Industrous done hli folks I a heap o good i Itl plain he Isnt lazy but het i wont ifr chop k aT wood He started In for ping pong an his enter i price was such The doctor said as how hed have to quit 1 or use a crutch An as fur pool an billiard I have seen 1 him I declare I AtollIn hard fur hours an holdln on S S foot In the air f The neighbors when they used to go a rlsltln would brag About the scientific way he hit the punch Inbagi i But theres Jes one thing about him that we ne...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 June 1903

it t r I 1 C 4A S f f 4 E 11a C Brl J g STATE NEWS PICKUPS ISTATE I i aS H I M o CC CI to 1 H V LOCKED THE CHURCH DOORS j bX A Constable Searched the Armed Wor I I J ames m sniper at White Oak I ° t Greenup Ky May 8At Big White J Oak a large congregation had gather ham 4 ted at tho church for public worship ty d t Jut ls he mInIster had read his text Hill Constable Nando Felly announced that day several persons present had pistols on post their persons and that ho proposed ty make 1 search lie lockrll the federal 2r whereupon about 20 young men ham tjllmped out of the windows and began rob L in promiscuous and indiscriminate Jesl kSlootIng The entire neighborhood Leh was terrorized and the meeting broken 1898 ip > He > rhe constable captured Jackson 4 Jacksonwa was v Bimdy and Conrad Lucas nnd bero o them to tho Greenup re nup Jail Tuesday a Lucas pleaded guilty In quarterly Der rourt and Judge Bennett fined him and 1e < t S25 and ten days In tho county jail ham RocI Felty ...

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

O iV I i i wi > t > < > ijr o OIINGSVIL1E OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING QWINGSVILLE JTi tJ taPER YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 1 T Address all communications to TOE OUTLOOK PunusiiiMQ Co or to JOHK W HorcABfiR Owlngsville t jUfJ Ky Subscribers desiring a change of address should always give previous address when writing I Correspondents when out of sta aOJ Separate slip of paper b THURSDAY JUNE 4 1003 JOSEPH E ROBBINS of Mnyfield hat been appointed Special Judge 4 to try Caleb Powers LATER reports from Topekn and Kansas City re that the loss of life and property is not near BO 1i0l l large as at first reported1 TOFKKA Kansas was beset by two antagonistic bnt equally de tructive forces fire and water and almost destroyed the past wek Tax Louisville Democratic pri DIary was held and the antiYoung tnen are rejoicing thal 11851 votes were cast But that number will tsot elect t TBS Burley Tobacco Growers Association claims now to control the sale of the crop of this year It jis hoped that 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. — 11 June 1903

I s t < H A < f < > J < oL r 7 0 Y v L r = Wo t 7 r pr CJiIfJI r I a f J Jf r 1 1 r jI Z I 4 1 2 w tI w = If i bt I inllt ntIook ± t ZS Lot r k VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE i I 1903 N 4R 4 f 1IIr S When you have a news 57ttem or wish to communi 57 cate with TilE OUTLOOK < office by phone ring up r Lflarvoetng oil binder twine E L A T BYRON I Picnic at A D Rawllngs wood a at Grange City July Fourth St Screen doors and windows made to order BTBOH BROS Sundayschool convention at White Oak the third Sunday come Are yon coming to the Conven tion at White Oak the third Sun day Little Hewitt ZIMmerman bagged m 51ft eowsnake out at bis fath ers home Thursday r John L Vice bought Ii half car I load of fat heifers N < aJ 11 broth CJobn Okla at about 3oT L John L Vice bought the tobacco and Bruce erep of Jeeter Manley Baedegar of Wyoming at 80 All rar lawns dimities and white goods ginghams etc at cot MBS D S Emu WSMCOBT BAVB OCR MOKBT BO Isase call aad se...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 June 1903

i I > S i 1 i v v It S 1 < J 10 h > 1 > J t d t 4A 1 C c 1 I f S S I t lf OWiNGSVlllE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers t i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY S I THE FOOLS PRERyo S The royal feast was done the king kIngSought S Sought rome new sport to banish care 1 careAnd S Kneel now and make for us a prayer5ci S E The jester doffed his cap ana bell Anti stood the mocking court before 5 S < Thcy could not see the bitter smile D hlnd the painted grin he worean MrS S Upon the monarchs silken stool Lordt Be merciful to me a fooUiuc exA S From red with wrong to white as wool woolThe Be merciful 16 me a fool S S Tls not by guilt the onward sweep 1 rt ItarTIIO Tin by our follies that so kngni We hold the earth from Heaven away Thee clumsy feet itlH In the mire Go crushing blossoms without end r These hard wellmeaning hands we Wt thrum S Among the heartstrings of a friend t 4 The lIItlmed truth we might have kept S S Who knows how sharp It pierced and stung S The word we bal not cne to...

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