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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 June 1903

C t tl vV o iIi i > IT 4 > WESTERN CANADAS IMMI I I A I T ORATION I Rapid Settlement of the Whet v > Field Lying North of thoI It 11 4Dth Iael w a J J 1 From the Chicago RecordHerald Canadahasanticipatetla very henry yUHi immigration this year and she now has k henyI ij getting it in a way to meet all her c S expectations In the first four Imonths of this year the doors of the I fIomlnlon opened to 40672 persnjis 1 f i according to a report prepared My i the committee on agriculture anti 1k colonization of the Canadian mum mumI e t D I ts the Immigration in the corre i sponding months last year and fully a three times as large ns in 1901 the k respective figures being 22482 and tl V13393 V13393Most l Most of these newcomers have l1 been attracted by the wheat lands of k the Xorthwest territories They > have moved direct from Winnipeg 1 cInti they have turned that city Into 4a great camp In which they have l been fitting themselves out for the i t j t last stage of their ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 June 1903

o oJ I 40 C o 1 1q I > S J 4 t OT oW + 1 r m < ti t S rJ co > f I 1 tl > > v ti < > t eo W r I < = j 5 J OWINGSVLLE OUTLOOKs to 41 II J cOUTLOOk PUBLISHING CO t t rt j OWINGSVILLE KYw Si PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i b rrAI j AI dn communications tut 1 S I tEll OUTLOOK PIIBLISIIIKO Co or tn I 5 5 S JoDR W liOHAKER Owingsville ICyo t 5 ub8crim > rs desiring chan l ttT p4 dltre should always give previous i1iiddreRli when writing x 1CorrPllpo dents when out of lit a t S UaeMHrtltould mention fact on a I t wpnrate slip of paper 5 t t 1 THURSDAY JUNE II 10 t 4 I S p TUB CnicngoPlatforni Demo 1 1 L S cexta of Louievilto are fairly revelC t b l lerln government by injunction I opS I S opL I S y candidate for the Republican t Presidential nomination next yeuI S That seems a safe forecaltI 1y I S FOURTH ASSISTANT POSTMASTER t 5 55ic GEXEBAL RBISTOW who is so vigor 1FnUIy prosecuting the charges = fegainpt the Department employes I countyS J stock S S 51 V MRS HETTY GREEK ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1903

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Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1903

Mv4 1 I I Ilz i > b1t c c F 1t tc > y > t f 4i 0 t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 2OUTLOOC PUB CO Publishers c1 OWJNGSVILLB KENTUCKY 1 a1 < THE HERMIT WHO NEVER WAS yi 1ru leave the world a cynic said one e day And meditate In some sequestered place 1 The only thought men have Is Will It 1 payr I oneI I day My foolish dreams and hopes Ill put ir away I And neer look on another human face I Ill leave the world a cynic raid on I dayI I AnA meditate In some sequestered j place A J 1Fools prate of love but Love alas haa flown And In his place Ambition stands The world obeys the voice of Wealth f alone Fools prate of love but Lore alas has flown b He claims the foolish maiden as his own Who puts the costliest jewels on her phands Tools prate of love but Love alas has f florn 4 tAnd In his place Ambition boldly 4 t1ndi 8 e n8 < ttrd out to nnd a wild retreat 1ij Hut turned ere long forgetting to be I wise A mald nmet hIm going down the 4 street d He started out toflnd a wild retreat H...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1903

4sc k 4 It S Q Lc4 pci1 ZII 4r t 0 l 1kP fC 1 jc > > I HC C C to 1 W w 10 5 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS w h f a 1 r J I LINEMEN ON A STRIKE siU I Over 100 Employed By the Cumberland 4 1t t Telephone Co Went Out 1ir c r Louisville Ky June 15 Between to e 1 > 100 and 150 linemen employed by the Cumberland Telephone Co In this city z J went out ona strike on Saturday at midnight The men are asking for an 1 S Increase In pay The wages vary from 4g 4 r 55 Jo I per day Local Manager I i f Hallof the company which Is the V principal Bell corporation In the south ir l Sjetated Sunday that the men on Friday I presented formal demands for tn It teases in pay ranging from 25 to 50 1 r t1tnfs per day per man Their petition he says was forwarded to the general J manager of the system to be acted on but the men struck without waiting 11 fJ 11for an answer The strike so far i v 4 1m confined to the linemen employed in ii Louisville although for nearly a year 103 there has been talk of a general...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1903

u 1 I s t vi L < W5 1 > > k S < I N t c t I h > itL au OWING8V1LLE I OUTLOOK 1 > 4 OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO I i OWINGSVILLE KY relL Address all communications to toI TUB OUTLOOK Pimusntsa Co or to JOHN W UORAKKR Owingsville KySubscribers > Subscribers desiring 1 change of L Uddrnis should always give previoul rat1drae when writing AJ Correspondents when out of staBy I r lionery should mention fact on a 1 tlIlrntet8Hp of pnperOl J THURSDAY NE 18 1903 FCAH that the kupscbtina p would oSoose n tucoestor to King ii Altxaadsr not to their liking rbe F beY nIrao11io nurder King Alex imiar hli Rea Draga her two brother and eeral of their influ J ential frlendiand preclaimedPrincc i Pt r Karageorgevltah the pretenpo tder the throne king The names 1 tit aile people conceraod are omed1 thlag wonderful and fearful to a foreifBer bot they are probably ai11a staple at Smith Jones andThomp A sun to the natives The Servians < te B to accept the state of affairs Bach at a natte...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1903

4 r IaJ aJ I J r 7 II 0 ao v 1 rjir l I Ii rt r w 4tl I U q z P r c J i + r 1 C t 4 i tr 4t f < i t j ci J IJC i rffS fk1 w I r 4 J 7 1 iNJIO b i I < i k1 I 1 1hE tuingtiiLr U l i 00 < c t VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 25 903 NO 50 s CAN YOU afford to pay more when I offer you the best goods at the following prices Best Brand Calico 40 Blench Cjltnn equal to Hope Oc Jlonvy Bro Cotton Cc Fancy Lawns worth Cc 4o Fancy BtpFthrTckngl2 c Host ck and stpShirttng Cotton Cc White Goods Fancy Dimities Swiss Organdies Luces and uuilHamburgs tens Fancy Shirts worth roc at 30o Mens Fur Hats late style from 40o to 125 Mens blue and black Worsted Suits f 100 > 100Childrens priceS than anyone 1 anyoneMens > Aftor coming several miles to town you ought to take tho trouble to look round and spend your money whore the greatest bargains are > offered No store in Ivy can sell you goods cheaper than I can as my expenses arc the smallest My long experience onablea mo to bu...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1903

0 ti ti lt S j 1 4 1Il 1 S cr a 4 C R J S p 0 J I t1i < S lisS t f J > t iV p 4 t > l OWiNGSVILLE OUTLOOK 4jOLTLOOIC PUB COb Publishers 1 j k 1 OWINU SVILLE KENTUCKY 1 t > Y ii 1f THE SUN COMES PEEPIN THRO ri t 4 1 How I love thfcar old haymow 1 And the perfume of the hay And to listen to the sparrows 4 1 In the rafters hard at play t And to watch tho dancing dust mote Sometimes yellow sometimes Mue k Hurrying out the little knot hole r Where the sun comes pccpln through S 4 And to hear the cattle munching S 5 5 In the comfortable stall 1 And to see the calves a romping bali i Then to see the mother coming With a willow switch or shot And watch her through the knot hole Where the sun comes pecpln through f 5S Then to tread the horseless thrasher S I And turn the fanning mill 5 1 And climb up to the pigeon nesla S p tThe sit there awful still pThen spy the folks upon tho porch S 4 And wish they only knew 11 S What fun to watch them through the tknot hole 1Where the sun co...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1903

g = 4 4 s ½ 0 J ESTIMATING EACH OTHER oln jr Opinion nu Thtr MaT B e i Formed from Different I Jtf Point of Vlvwi t Mr word Fitznoodle said a war ot Exi press to a colleague who sat at the next cI desk just look at that workman on the 1c roof of that building over the way wayWhats in S quired Fitz glancing through the window aI at the individual indicated t Matter retorted the other why v I ve been watching the lazy beggar for the last 23 minute and he hasn t done a I stroke of work all the time I I At the precise moment nt which the I above conversation occurred n British norkingman was addressing his mate Sy Kill he remarked in it tone of t I deep disgust dye see that ere loahV war S office clnrk In that room darn there i Sep me if Hi aint bin wntchinim fur c 11i nigh on arf an hower an the bloomers done nothin but stare houot o thO win M Rv tJje ole blessed tymc Thats the 1 jsort 0 chap as we pye taxes ter keepl 1 A Cure for Dropsy b 13f Sedgwick Ark June 2ldMr W B T Taylor of th...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1903

t j ot I < 1 z i a I j I l t I t t z t i1 J1 < > 1 t + r I lo < 1 o > f f a 4 u 1 1C 1 A IINGg JtLE OUTLOOK f OUTLOOK PUn ISHINO CO > Q VINGSYILIJ E KY I i II PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Address communications to 4LY UE OUTLOOK PiaiLisiiiNo Co or to OwingsvilleI I I I OwingsvilleKj L Subscribers desiring n chnngoof UddreiB should nj wnyn give previous 11 tiddrcse when writing 1 Correspondents when out of sta tionery should mention fact on n i Iioncrr Separate slip of paper I 1 i < THURSDAY JUNE 25 10CW OJ j I FIlINGS are quiet at Jackson but it takes one hundred troops to as A pure it i TilE public now Ims hope border ing on confidence thut Jett and Whfte trill get their dues at then next trial t r TOE demand over thot State to r febolish Breatbitt no n county is growing Btronger That teems the < 1 belt solution tGrowlftJ Tut juryman who wanted to nc c quit Sin may be perfectly honest r and Inccrc but tho public will boo f 4t lieve he was fixed t CURT JKTT threaten...

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 July 1903

IG JO to L J t c j t < J 10 d I r < J < i 1f J ji t 3S8 h > I r tCl m f is < ii < 4 < t tr i ti t f > > Jf f 4 t m ta t 4 4r + f Y > r I r 1t it 1 i cr j gtgti UIt e Uttn1qoitit jt 9 2 SS i f fJr o VOL XXIV N OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 2 1903 NO 51 I CAN YOU afford to pay more when I offer you the best goods at the following prices I I I Best Brand CaUcoo Bloach Cotton equal to Hope Co Heavy Bro Cotton Cc Fancy Lawns worth Go 40 Fancy stpFtlmTckngl2 Best ck and BtpShlrtlng Cotton Be White Goods Fancy Dimities Swiss Organdies Laces and Hamburgs at lowest prices Hndkerchlcfa Hosiery and AVebbtne at lowest prices Valises and Telescopes at nil prices S Meus Fancy Shirts warth 50c at SOc Mens Fur Hats lato style from 40o to 125 Mens blue and black Worsted Suits 4GO Childrens Shoes from 25o to the best Mens Shoos from 7Go to th finest made Tho best on earth at this price Mens Fancy Suits Underwear 50 < i Mono Straw Hats go at cost Fine stock of oth...

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 July 1903

c1 i ¼ I a rJ I 4L i3 I 4 1I t b to T i f 0 1 t 4 t QWIN6SVILLE OUTLOOK h 4 f OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I y Ip QUARANTINED ji 1 pt 52 Ive been exposed to smallpox an Im bW quarantined you know a Folks cant come hero to visit us an I I cant even go Out In the yard or on the porch but 1 1IL > have to stay right here f t 4 How other folks could catch from me tat te what I halnt got seems queerI L 4 ° Too bad that I cant go to school they I 1 say but I dont mind i I never had such fun before as brlnI e J f quarantined 1 do bout as I please nowdays make I I e t lots of noise I do S + Just whoop an yell an holler an my 1 Ma she dont say Boo I took the poker yesterday an smashed t the looking glass I My It was great an Ma she never cared a rush I guess leastways she dldnt say so nor look nightI 1 JFa takes the handle of a spoon an holds my tongue down tight I An then looks down Into my throat an P < says There alnt no signs an yet An while there aint Im having ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 July 1903

i < p Fibroid Tumors Cured t jp Note the result of Mrs < Pinkhams advice and medicine Spme time ago I Wrote to you dc 1q ttribinr my symptoms and asked your k J JUJySce You replied and I followed yC toall your directions carefully anti to tJ day I IIomlwcll woman 17 KTheus of Lydia E Pinklmms Lt Vegetable Compound entirely cx cxt 0 1t my whole system I can walk miles c hr now Y Lydia E Plnkhnms VCRO 1 tnblo Compound Is worth five dol lars a drop I advise all women who f1 are afflicted with tumors or female A trouble of any kind to give It a faithful 1 trlalSigncd MRS E F HAVES i 52 Dudley St Itoxbury Bost t MOSS SSOOO forfeit If vtlglnal of abooi litttr i Anting jtmlnenttt Cannot be pmtacrd notc c 5 purchase such testimony or I take tho place of tho health I and happiness which Lydia E 13k Pinklmms Vegetable Compound 1 1dbrought J Such testimony should be accepted C E by all women as convincing evidence 8t that Lydia E Pinkhims Vege table Compound stands without a it 0 peer as...

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 July 1903

o T qie4 4 4 V t t Vjfci k yJ2 HIo t S f 4 > c II t h + N r t 1 l f 1 i tt 4 = G L t QWIHGoTfltLE OUTLOOKJ PUBLISHING CO OUTLOOK t 41OWLNGSVU4LE KY q SIPER YEAR IN ADVANCE + r AddrcRS cnmmunicationB to tcI z THE OUTLOOK Pftutisuma Co or to JohN W HON tElt Owingsvillc I I Ky Subseribors desiring chnngo ol1I S address should ul ways givopreviouB < L nddreaa when rit1ngtit t t > J CorrcspondentB when out of ata 1 r tionery ehould mention fact OR iIr L fioparate slip of paper e 0 THURSDAY JULY 2 IP03 t t sI Gov BECEHAM nnd Jim HOWaran ti 1 writing cards nnd calling each 1 o other names is not edifying < TEN poatofflco grafters ban al i I ready been Itltic ed1et tbo good 1 > it work go on until no guilty one 1 escapes G2oJ 4 Jjrrr and White will have to 4 stand trial ugalu at Cynthiano 1 > July 27tb There will likely be xi InT t h iTotivoilnonegiuita S CAnt non ehot nearly of the City of t Brotherly Love and rank municipila l fPolitic they have negroes to burn I f J TUB...

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 July 1903

1 to 1 c < < t c r > L t j i fI S 4 jorr7 4 < > WJr r U b r i < J1 W A J iuiir < 5i 1 h 1 r jf < > + i r f Y C I s I it S r 1 4 bt < mmuffl tc M O n 00 t 6 > < I t VOL XXLV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 9 1903 NO51 S CAN YOU afford to pay more hen I offer yon the best goods at the following prices a nest Brand Untico 40 11lcllch Cotton equal to Hope Gc Heavy Bro Cotton Go iancy Lawns to y > Fancy stp FtitrTektig12jc Best ck anti stpShlrtlng Cotton Gc White Goods Fancy Dlmltle8 SwIlls worth tic nmJ I ttons FanoyStilrts worth Wc at 300 1ens Fur Unt Into from ur style 40c to fl25 Mens blue anti black Vorsteci Suits 4O t 4 CtiiWrona Shoes from 2c to the best Mens Shoes from liu to the flncst mndl The beRt on earth nt this ji x lens Fancy Suits Underwear 50e Mans Straw hats go at cost Fine stock 01 other suits lit Icss price than prIce anyone 3 Handsome Ladles Vests 100 Mens Suspenders TieS Shirts and Collars at lowest prices SIlk Shirt WaIst P...

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 July 1903

I b J 4 L o r S 1t h r r T i t 1 > > D I w 1 4P i 7f 4 l s > w OWINOS YuLE OUTLOOK S OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINCSVILLE T KENTUCKY > BABY FINGERS 4i a 6h the pictures that are scattered on the floor VOh the little shoes and stockings by the V doorS S And the dainty little dress I Lying Mlko a soft caress Oer the chairarm In my study andcon veylng a caress s God watch oer the baby wearer ever more IGod e God watch oer the baby wearer In her i J sleep ep And the lips that curve In laughter when l 1 I creep ji Close beside the trundle bed headA With her blue eyes closed In slumber and her chernb limbs outspread I Dreams and murmurs Dad 1 loves oo dess a heap I tOh the world holds many other things than these V Shoes and stockings dainty garments dimpled knees b Other things1 than babys smile at d Than each loving little wile 1 But the touch ot baby flngers makes the L rest worth little while f God watch over where our baby takes 1 f her easel 3 M Lewis In Houston Post 1 ...

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 July 1903

It GodGiven Wisdom and i f rf Its Practical Uti1ityekc > ToDayTfc Sermon by the HIhway anci Byway Preacher t Copfright Igo3 br J EdsOQ I T Chicago Sunday July 5 1903 i Textu any of you lack wisdom let I t him ask of God that tfveth to all men JIb raUv and upbraldeth not and It shall be I clven him1 James 15 N 15EARLY I EARLY eleven hun dred years before the words of our text were written there ascended the throne of the klng dom of Israel a young man In whom was exempli whomwaaexempllfled fled most striking ly their truth and meaning Take your Bibles and read the third chapter of I Kings Solomon has Just I been called to rule over the Jewish na I t tion In the room of David his father Among tho first acts ot his reign ha S worshipI t at Glbeon The testimony of Gods j 7 o Vord In tho third verse of the chapter Is that Solomon loved the Lord walk 1 ing In the statutes of David his father and It Is with tire deepest reverence and t 1 devotion that this young king recog P < nizes ...

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 July 1903

1 ft I > t i t S dt t I > 4 J P1 i t tt c OflMSVlLLE OUTLOOK p b U OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 1 t OW1NGSVILLE KY qPER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 tr Address nil communications to THE OlitLOOK PiintisniNn Co or to It 1on1 W HoifAKEfc Owlhgavtlle kySubscribers Subscribers desiring n change of Address should always give previous j iddroRH when writing r 4 CorrpspondehtB when out nf filn ion rv should mention faet on ri Vppnrnte slip of paper t TIIU llSbA JULY u 1003 4 < 4 TUB Capt B J > Kwon fund htnounted to nbnttt 7100 Momlny 1 YundwRII still growing Let the Rood work go on SOERIFF CALIAIIAN of Breathitl Mounty is more considerate having Decided to not act at tho special 4 o term of Circuit Court lie would r41ae been removed anyhow 4 4 r 1 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT cabled 4 rnrnund the world in twehe rain t utes and received a reply hock over v the same route in nine and a half hatI e tuinutea Saturday He didnt learn May Presidential campaign news THE petition of the American 1 Jews to the Cz...

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 July 1903

Co 4 I I O s r j t 4 V a 4t + tf Jot i > t < ijj Ii rs f iIJ t c < I < 1c JfJ fr i Of fJo Y f l < ft i < I J C2 < btmiittiiLIt JtLaokt i j i < I < t j I VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY i 61 903 NO 52 Vi I a e rrOINr TO MOVE f w f tr I have rented a storehouse in Flemingslmrg Ky and vill open up business there on August 1st 1903 From now until I move I will sell anything in my large stock at E cost I would rather have the cost in cash than move them I can replace them with 1 less trouble and you get the benefit of goods without profit I have a nice stock of new fresh goods and if you need Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats or Notions I can save you at least 25 per cent sometimes more Dont miss this chance JAMES QILLON f j When you have a newn 5 Item or wish to news57 4 cate with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up j A drouth worse than In 1001 ia the prospect now 1 The work on the Courthuuso C a 1 r tower II progressing favorably tt I The weather h...

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 July 1903

1 J t S t h S + 1 1 r J i o > if1 1 y 1 1 i t t 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK I OUTLOplC PUB CO Publishers s OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY lb LAUGH IT AWAY 0 2IMnt put on your faroff glasses hunting lions In tho way Dont go probing round for troubles just Ignore them day by dayv Dont go sighing Yrs tis pleasant Just at present but ah me Th res tho sorrow ot tomorrow whcro will all our sunshine bet I It the worst Is In the future and has been iJ there all the while we can keep It there by laughing till wo make the others smile L If the worst Is In the future let 11 stay 0 there for we know That tomorrows always threatening to bring UP soandso It But tomorrow with Its sorrow never comes within our Raze o For all time Is just a pageant of these f busy old todays Let the worst stay In the future where It a thall been all the while t We can keep It there by laughing till tho others start to smile When we look toward the sunset In tho 4 gorgeous afterglow Let us thank the blessed Father for tho e thing...

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