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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 July 1903

E t > r 4p L p S r riii < Christiant Pathwayl l 11 o of Service i > t j Scrmon by the highway and Byway Prcacher I S t LT li CcpyrightTo3byjJtdson I 1 Chicago Sunday July II 1900 1 t Text Demas hath forsaken me hivlnc haIngJ I S unto Thessalonlca II Tim 110 l > rM Lft oiJi1Jfl t c = II USE were sad words which Paul was forced to re cord against a tel low servant of the cross of Jesus Christ and one who had labored with him at dif ferent times and in different places Pauls regret is not that he has been forsaken but that Denms has I I proved faithless to the Lord and S loves the things of the world J better than he does the service and ministry of Christ Demaa is men > tioned three times In Pauls letters In Colossians in the closing words of the epistle he unites with Luke and Paul in sending greetings And in the letter to Philemon he again Joins in the closing salutations of the letter and is there called the fellowlaborer of Paul The third instance is that of our tex...

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 July 1903

S ttt Ji 1 0 I Y i t fI J > XC T h y y h c < I I q z r c r 4i 4 p 4jt I i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO RYr 4 SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Address nil communications to 1UE OUTLOOK lunLJsD1NG Co or toth q1UE W 1J01UKER Owingsville 2 Jty SSub erber8 desiring a change of I address should always give previous address when writingBC L l i Correspondents when out of sin t to tionery should mention fact on a Boparate slip of paperfo THURSDAY JULY 16 1003li 1i 2 ANNOUNCEMENT S t j For Magistrate We are authorized to announecTl 1 1 Thnmak J Jones as a candidate to vucreed himself DR Magistrate in MI to the action of tho Democratic partyi i 1 + 1ALLIB YOUNG was downed badly > i tf Whether he will stay downed is a qucstioAf S rTtnnlew bank at Morehead was opened with prayer That is bet t < rt Ser than opening it with n jimmy S t > r dynamite J c THE Republican wranglo in Louisville puts the party in A fix aimilar to that of the Democrats in 4 that holy city 1 rSt THE be...

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 July 1903

I I I i Go 1J goI p 4 11 91 r L r in d 0 jyI t f J 1 J oJ t jk J 1 f C l d a e4 j < < I W I J tI TL fJ v < i c r t r 1fo H r 06 0 M Icr Jt x > qr I 61 tJ JHIO F oJ > > pjf fi 96 < 4 J o 4fI J Y i < 1f 4 J7 fIJ7 i e E J k t < a r dJJ J < j 2 > f > f rto ff j i I O tuiniLtr J Hr lr 5 4 1tI1j t In 001 > o > J 1 I r 1 d i r < < L Fj ft < oi C < v 0 < i 3vo XXV JOWINGSVr T c vokxxv3 OWINGSVILLE KENTU KY THURSDAY JULY 23 1903 NO2 CXPING TO lVLOVE 3 V I have rented a storehouse in Flemingsburg Ky and will open up business there on August 1st 1903 From now until I move I will sell anything in my large stock at cost I would rather have the cost in cash than move them I can replace them with I 1i i 9 less trouble and you get the benefit of goods without profit I have a nice stock of new ftiI 7 4 fresh goods and if you need Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats or Notions I can save you i 4 1nt least 25 per cent SOIletimes more Dont nUBS tIllS c...

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 July 1903

sLS p I t 3 p S 5 I A 1 I P 4 t s r t o c 7 r < iJ 1 It S < w i 4 is d Q 7 S < 4 l S t e J 54 Ct II 0 4 r jibto b 5 F v c vI It 5 t 5 + > t iTHE FEUER WITH GRIT I to Theres always a chance In the wor2dh P my son fer the teller with snap an got t 1 Out the feller who sighs an who never tries dont stand a ghost ot a ehowt S f The path to success Is rugged an roughp D S Ptheres obstacles strewn In the way t An a teller can look fcr some good hard t i knocks an troubles from day to day t Youll never win out If you loiter behindB S an stroll it a careless pace Fer the chap that straddles the boss Ss S called Ease dont come In ahead In S theracew This proverb rlpe put Into your pipe an I let It through life apply s Its the feller with grit who Is bound to git the bigger plum In the pie You cant sit back In these hustlln dayst r expcctln to reach the top Thera aint no how I would have you p jI knOw fee thev feller who likes to stop An linger along In Luxurys lap to be 4 S coddl...

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 July 1903

tx i f r 4 fc + c SS < 4 r to < ito a I 1P 1 T = r i f Y J r jr 1 i > ij 4 y J I 1Syf nti S S I 1 ik < ntt t I mhe Delightful Land 10 S I of Uprightness P 1i the st and Sweetest in Life is Realized S t t Jt 7f ScrptO by the HIfway and Byway Preachcr t I J Copyrlhllgoj br J MEdson IL < S fiIt Jt L Chicago Sunday July ift m Texti Teach me to Jo Thy will for l 1 > lThou arVityvGod Thy Spirit Is good lead 1 lmto IID ID you know there was such a land I And would you not like to summer J there There is such a land ThO l sun shines bright I er there the birds sing more sweet ly the flowers ex bile the perfume of HeaHen and are tinted with dainty oJIo 1 ues q which are mixed on the alette of L the angels under the guiding eye of I 4 l JJ gris8 how fresh and green I JIf 4jioir Joyfully they wae their b1o5hea iti the swaying breezes and l 1 i t inotheIr spreadlngleaves to whls 1 l 3kOol o1i alser the labs how I iClc1 and COLs the boats ride satel t MPon thejr bcjscjm and gli...

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 July 1903

q L C S I ct > I L > 1 ti t > > c i4 v t f I J LI o t J r q I a I OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO p II l ijo OWINGSVILLE KYII a m 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE b k AddropR nil communications to THE OUTLOOK PunusniNo Co or to toON W iloNAKKU OwihgBVllle I KySubscribers I Subscribers desiring n change ofI addrnss should always give previous C II writingA I A Correspondents when out of Rtn Uonerv should mention Fact oh n t 10 Separata slip of rI 1 j I IPt I to THURSDAY JULY 23 1003 I J A I 1 1 ANNOUNCEMENTI ANNOUNCEMENTFor h TFor Magistrate 1 i We are authorized to nnnounop 1 t > lhnmJJnnq no nundidato to Vuooecd himself nR Magistral in Owinenvttlp district No 6 subject tn the action of the Democratic I party i 4 AIUR YotiKO IP rconcilod to the J YOuiAville cnlafitrnplic Like the tnann wife to dying he Just hnd n be 0 jI HIM O BBAD hv a short epeooh > to showed he WRP atill the biggest Re 0 publican in Kentucky by nil odd Including Dehoo 4 i > I 1 jlocurauu plAyednr in Pierpnnt More...

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 July 1903

of I 4 1 L x rnx y rn e J gr 1 TV rtr l 0 I q IJ J Jf 1 1ir r ayrt yn r t J r ± t 1 i Y 1 u 4 = 7 til I i i < iii i < > < Z JJ It c I i VOL XXV u c I < < i i p t Y L b Wit a When yon have a news r iiI 57when wlah to communi cate wlt i TRB OUTLOOK i office by phone ring up S Quarterly Court convened Mon day dayThe The droutb has nearly done lot the crops g e gDrinking and stock water arc r falling rapidly in town w The weather the past jbek hn sn r F boa nearly hot caougti o roast peanuts 1 peaautlThe r The Owingsvllle League b190I ball club defeated the Scrubs by two scares SundyI wX 4 The stoatwork fl the Court t Louse 11 going upIII presents a + haadMac appearan W > Hoer BATS CRJR XONET SO a it lease call aid settle itS F f S SLKSBEB 1 1 1 If you wish one of the Lexiagton t A Elks Fair fine catalogues come to t THB OUTLOOK office and get it free + 0 r l i The ladies of life Christian l 1 Ctmrsh cleared aWut 111 on their 01 aZ Tupper Wedaedraynight of IstC I we...

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 July 1903

> I II J r 7 I I of t 1 ot NIt S tS t t It 4 t ff D h i > < t t 5i 1 t V ri ri1 1 > I 1 > c r S m III l V S t e x JC 1 4 1 t t II i < > J > to J > r t z > Ir s < V l iM < 1 r f 4 1t fi D W 4 f 4 icji > fI p < rjYf 4 7 1 f 1htrtlng 1 J a < f i < A 0 a i ff c Jilt 4 i S t vo 1 hU1ng i it I 0 Mid kCd 0 Jt t < 1 r I c 1I g ht 4 t o = 4ree tr 0 s 111 t b t < y g t s i ot o I < r wit I 4 < Lroba 4S b 44 w I 4 4 i it FflfIJff 1 i i 4 fl < g 4rrap f 3g J 4 < j < 4 A colt JV h1o 10 J It 0 lo h1ot b 4 pb > 4 I f 1 I I f aN t tif bolt a II I t brJ f r i S 4 i Fhe < J < lEf r t of > f I j 4 > Ao c I hls his < > p < I p t to 1I w I I < > g e4 tLd > r V < 21 > er pd l J ilt r 01 4 4 4led b S e U 0 4 t 4 F F4 a r ue d 4 1 4 L k P IJ 4 I c 4 a 5 en L 4 d 41 V Jp l a p II I 4 f S 4 4M tp 4 p 4 ItI r 4 2 t t r f j j Out Tired of the Gnn A Clay county man ay the Flattilmrg Ietnocrat lever took 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. — 30 July 1903

M p A S < Syl ttfI S i 11 11 t t cJ 1 S i JE f jl lJl = f > iThe Raiment of the Red eenwcl kjtt EvtryThought Word and Dted Should fI 14 I Be Clotht In the Spirit of Christ t A t AI 0 Sermon by tha Highway anei Byway Puschr I = t COP7rihtII03 by J Edson J CChicago Sunday July 26 1900 AVt rextPllt ye 01 the Lord Jesus Jesus4k I I HE question of dress has been an Important one to the human race ever since the SUIltpall In the garden sought to cover their naked ness by the figleaf aprons What one wears Is to a great extent a guide to < y ones station In life and to the occupa 4 l > lion pursued for a livelihood The T1 matter of dress and fashion is of su 1Dreme importance to vast multitudes of > t j people and more time Is devoted to the thing4T1 4T1 > Styles change and the dress of today las little to remind one of the garments t ri which were worn by our forefathers st 4 IE IThe people of the different nations may i be distinguished by their dress It is L1supposed 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. — 30 July 1903

A clS S s p t o tt 1 I r rf h 1 > ttt Y s y 1T < > < It t I I f A I c h tt ii r VV L I > OWINGSYILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 11 V1NQSVILLE KYJ I I I J il PER YEAR IN ADVANCE r s Address all communications tn b THE OCTLOOK PUnuBntMa Co or to 1Joix W HoAJLkEB OwingsvillB I 1 KySjibecribers Sjibecribers desiring n change of I 4 Vridreia should al ways givo povImuli feddras when writing Correspondents when out of Itn ionrv ihould mention fact oh a rpparate slip of papor J S I THURSDAY JtJLY 80 1003 ANNOUNCEMENT For MaIstratoT I J We aVo authorized to announce t b Tphomai J Jones as a candidate to hit i Owitigsville district No6 subject ie the action of the Democratic Jpartv 1TRaEaretroubtoustimeeinWn1 I Street The gambler gets it sooner or later r TJBC Canstoa M CLAY and the S tope were two of the oldest famous I people In the world and died witb a Sft short time of earli other Gen Clay Watt n an of the mon mark ed Ind1viduiIitya I I b 4 TnE noted Henry Clay statue ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 August 1903

If r J h fl t < i 2 4 w ¼ 4 a = t z > ST 1 io r Pt7 y l t I J f 1 t iI I So r i > lr t f r > < 1 1 H S i i1 1 s if r 1 ti y 11 I 1 > j j 1 Lt tuinOillc t 1 nr 9 t I 1r vrdjY A VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGU9T 61903 < NO 4 > When you have a npws nowR1Item item or wish to communi oata with THE OUTUXIK office byphol1o ring up 7 I Next Monday will bo County J Court day I There was a dustlaying shower Srueidny morning liTMiS Nellie Glover begaajtcnch 1 > Ing the Salt Well ecirnolMothy Raglnnd nil hns been advanced r nt the wells from C2c to 67c per Ml Jackson Estill of Wyoming sold to Lnthram Peed 18 export cattle at lIe f Sprinkle o f rain aro frequent but the longdcJircd soaker is still I badly needed It began raining about six oclock Friday and continued gently until about 230 p m r Tho Junl r Dancing Club g1veI tin impromptu hop at Bath Semi > nary Friday night i DS BMill brought up Monday a tqwitBv of bls growindthat coi = a11 z wc r I DUdr ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 August 1903

r i 4 > ili toti f > t 4 > o r > > cL t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I I THOSE OLD SLIPPERS blesseI AVUli many comforts lam blessed Fori which I hotwlm thankfurduljr ibfemple niansI am possessed r tiao Ii wile who loves pC truly ShoviBakrs me pretty thinX to wear J 1ItaseDut But my great Joy and Y r despair S Is my old wornoutilPPercd case bought those slippers Ions ago I Oc 9 1te mlred smart 94 were and much ad I They dont IC4 handsome now I know But they ull me when I am tired The rilbfaiy worn and down at heel S ThelrXnapcUness and gloss are gone t But oft great Scott How good they feel When Istt down and slip them on v How soft and grateful to the sole How snugly to each corn conforming I With ventilation at each holel At once I find them cool and warming i I need some new ones I sUppo < tI 4 But mortal maker could not sell lie footgear to compare with those p Old clippers that I love so well Chicago Dally News s 0 I I IIi ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 August 1903

V t L L o > of w T I k M7 if Ir I l 1 a 1 L Lt 1 1 1 1 fr The SinKing Sinner and Y the Saving Lord 4 Po Thrilling Incident From the Life of the Apostle Peter Sermon by the Highway ana Byway Preacher Copyright 190 bjr J M Edion trI Chicago Sumlny August I 1501 ljA TextDul wh n he Peter saw the t wind boisterous he was afraid and begin wins to sink he cried saying Lord ave S 3 c me And Immediately Jesui stretched forth I i His hand and caught him and said unto 1P him 0 thou of little faith wherefore didst to j thou doubtr Matt ll > Sl 1frEVER EVER was more ag onized cry than that which split the stillness of the night air on Gall lees lake A man was sinking sink ing sinking The boisterous waves leaped up as it eager to claim an other victim They wrapped their cold s waters about the sinking feet of Peter J and reached higher and higher in 1 seeming endeavor to still his voice forever Oh the agony of soul as one Lml 1realIzes that but an Instant of time 1 separates it from eterni...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 August 1903

4 e jo I 1I i J tI tWI OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO I OWINGSVILLE KY 1 < > 11 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t s Address all communications tot t THE OtrrtooK PtMntsiiivvj Co or to 1 JOHN W HoNAKfcR Owingevillo OwingevilloKy Ky 1 Subscribers desiring change ot a address should ul ways give previous address wlion writing Correll ondeuts when of Correspondents out stn I tionerv shouia mention fact on a 1 fepuratosHpof paper I t TrtORSDAY AUG 01901 t T j ANNOUNCEMENT Fort 15tralD X sVe are authorized to announce 1 t Thomas J Jones as u candidate to i Rtiooeed himself na Magiftrate in It OwinggvIHe district No 0 subject to tbo adllott of the Democratic part r TtfE cl iruIof the Cu nan revolu p a Ttinnary fnldiers aggregate 51589 I 4 000 They mny have to take the I Island as part payment Junm J E RonniKS of Mayfield 1 1 t k whrt is presiding at the trial of Cn It r rlob Powers ntGeorgetnw4ccIInc I I lo serve on the Democratic cam 1 I paign committee 0 4 t I THE prosecution has ma...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 August 1903

c uo I 4 Jr f r Sn 1 v 1 2 F r J I J J c ijJt 4t I I Jr N1 j + V r ftsr 1i iJr J 1 Tf f > < J tr t Tf J > r r < HiR1 2j1J i i 4 111 r t l1iJ trI i y2I ti 4 k II minniLk I tLook 4 k i r f il J f r t fT l j t J I v < V lW 1 7ltf t frJitk i 4 f J sr i 7 or 1 < 7 C p r q J p VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 13 1903 om n NO5 4A = 3rVhOfl 1 rj Item or wish to communi onto with TUB OUTLOOK OUTLOOJC1office 7I I I The drouth situation grojvBgrnd L Jr ually worse l I t L The young folks hud a done att tho Seminary Friday night I The Courthouse stonemasons are b cuttin the largo f rceeConc columns o riorn Friday night to fajdge and j i MTV N Reid Patterson V sono L their secondborn y X ¼ Lmx latown pocketbook con S 1 i SHiwinB 325 and a key Return S tbvOtmooK office for rwzudf r v Hutcheson bas volunteer stalk bf com with six large ears t that promise to mature on it d WE MCBT HAVE ODR MONET SO b bt i pleaee call and eettlc It S S SLKWER t S The tent meeting at Mt...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 August 1903

L r I JJUTLOOKInd 4 Stifl CO Publishers IENTUCtmi hV4 LsLJu RNTim j > elittle traveler et torihou with one last smile of nwcct contentup There are no footprints south or north t To show us the way she went Ko tiny footprints In the snow q No flower for token backward thrown 4 Sweetheart we wept why must you gor Smiling she went her way atone Tt The little traveler went her way And left nx all who loved her no 1 tm jorneycd forth at briauk o oHg d A long Inns way iIic hail to go TJw stnrs wrro pnllnK Jn the sky Their kind eyes must have seen her Ier S thWe Como back lo us dear hyatt dear hwtrtf 2c The little travelers tiny frcttr Have found n path that we must find I > 8he was no little and MI sweet t C We ennnot llnRrr left behind wf Mumble jrvkltiR rtny by daylt f O little traveler Who will wiul iidth wayI To unit you at tlin jnurneyH unit Francis Barlne In Youth Coni > anlon i Mystery of thehe Bayou Woodslo By WALKER KENNEDY I CepjrlcIitiVJ8 brAN Kcllot Ncw p PcrCo b CHA1...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 August 1903

yuI c I MlL 1 i t TheSummer Time Excess < I Period or thfir When the Spiritual Life Lifet1 Vi j d Sermon by the Highway and Byway Prescher IJrrs nJJ LJ ru Edsit I 1 Chlcftgd Sunday August 9 1WS aextEery man that strlveth for the I 4 f ato nasttry Is temperate In all thlngsI Cor fAT ATUUE apparently loses control of her forces at times and the rainfall becomes a cloudburst or the days of glaring sunshine and ex cessive heat lengthen Into the blighting drought The flooded al leys and the Jr 10 ttashcdout grain fields or the parched r t4 ground and withering crbps tell the 3 sad story of excess and destruction i1 i and pne realizes that the needful re IcL freshing rain and lifegiving sunshine 44 way Jbccome messengers of 111 when v j given with unrestrained hand It ii 1 V BO with all good things In life That ti which is necessary and beneficent a f 3within reasonable bounds becomes a ja tT frt positive evil when it leaps those g J bounds and runs riot In the limitless field of exces...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 August 1903

< n + WI l t icLt1c S tl F 1if S h iij l i 4 1 < 1 1 t t O iJ l > f l It 10 i T 1 t IIfJ ro > 4 t OUTLOOK I I r f 1 1L4QK lttnLlsnINO co I Y t i1tr4 K 1 rs d ER YEA IN ADVANCho 4 < iA 70 Address nil communications to 4 THK OUTLOOK PIJUMSIIINTI C < or to t lOUN W lloNAKEU Owingsville w f0Ky c t < Ky Snbpcribefn desiring fchnnge olwe tiddress should nl ways give previous S < ddrlRs when writingor v j a Correspondents wlicn out of stn I icinerv should mention fact on n e separate slip of papor THURSDAY AUG 13 1003 j Zt I 1t ANNOUNCEMENT For Ma lstratb We nro milhorized to nnnoiincc 5I I ThoranbJ Jones as n candidate to tluccecdhlruself uB tllgitrnto ii I 4 F Owingsville district No 6 ubjec I 4I to the notion of tho Democratic olpnrtv i s b Fot Stao Senator Wo are authorized to onnOunc 0cr XV ni B Whitt of Carter county a y 1 I anititlato Democratic nominee 4 I nt tho Senate from this district ut 1 the November election 1903 7 THE JettWhite trial ht Cyn I 7 I thi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 August 1903

7 = J f 4 I 4 J I e 4 t J i tIf > J B ir v 01 j Ij ri LC < 1 sf lj > t r P < ce c 11 4 t I c 1 J fC > 1 lilt c < f It q S f I > 1ir j tcv7 jit J Y gthilt flIllr I f rc I t i < of > r VOL XXV OWl SVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 20 I 903 NO 6 V k t < ijt 5 I IIIIf When you have a news newsj Item or wish to communi cate with Tits OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 7 J Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf llrcad It I the best 11 s The tent meeting at Mt Sterling 4 will last another week t Ask for Stevensons Clover Lent Bread It is the best l 1 Mrs B H ROBS IIghtbroad Bak y ed fresh dailyat Thompson Cos fi S fct Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf Broad It lithe best 1 V All are involuntary dirteatere 7g > now at the terrible dust is ineeca f pable 1 Uorhito Mr and Mrs Curran rOUc1lof north of tow4i14tIi l daughter WK MOST HATS OUR KONKT SO please call and settle a S SLKSBEU b 1 4 k Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf k Bread It is the best bTZDOO dozen eggs High R 5s p eit...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 August 1903

j t t ti t t s 4 S I 91 OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers q OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY L 4 KNOWis Wlio of ua know The heartaches of the men we meet Each day In positing on tho busy street I The woes and cares that press them Forebodings that distress them 1 e Who of us know Who of us think ta Of how hot tears have chased tho smiling check iOf some we meet who would not dare to t speak 1 The pangs they feel the burdens that they bear Itach hour that passes through the solemn year eurWho thinkI t 4 Who of us care To try to think and know their pain and grief t And help to bring to breaking hearts re t lief 1 To help to bear the burdens nf their care andV V t prayerS er1Vho Who of us care S SoCo Alien In N W Christian Advo h j cate J Mystery of the Bayou Woods 1 By WALKER KENNEDY T4 L Copjrlibtwn by A N Kellogg MewipaperCu 2 j CHAPTER IXCONTINDKD i You may not remember it but my husband was rubbed by due of his I clerks a few months ago Tho thief f who has never been caught tOok several hundred doll...

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