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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 August 1903

4 4 ls 7r i i C w L Getting Back Into the Harness f fi t David In the FiftyFirst Psalm Points the Way 4 < Back to God and His Service 1 t II tot i J JSermon tly the HIghway and Byway Pleacher 1 t t IJ tf JIJ F fL f Copyrighiio3 by J I EdOD IJ J s a SJ ItChlcagoSnndaLAUg 161903 1 TextCreate for me a cleair heart 0I r fGod and renew a steadfast Mliit within J tat Cost me not away from Thy pres fromI me nestorc unto me the Joy of Thy salva ftlon and uphold me with a willing spirit Then will I teach transRressori Thy ways Theet t ralm l1C13v llevlstd version marginal r lnIJ c II MR text Is a prayer iv fervid prayer rising from the lips of a man whose heart is crushed with a sense faf his own miserable fail ure and awful sin but whose faith and repent a n c eI pave the way which leads back to God and His ties sc d service The Psalm f from which it Is taenjthe concluding I j 1i chapter of a sforr ol sin and its deploraI ble consequences Sin had severed 1elI m lowship with God and termi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 August 1903

1 o I C r < I t A 1 f tnt I 3 b C t 1t 0 t t J J L S tIb l 10 1 s J1 k < i < I I I v tI Y it 4cS W > r > ITr 1 c t MSVIILE Oi1OO1A I hvrt 7INGSVILLE JCY t 1 jl PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Ad dress nil Communications to tnt OnrtObK Puttitautiit Co or to faOHK W UONAKEB OwlbgsvlIIe OwIhgBvIIle1L kyi1v Subscribers desiring a change of fcddreBS should always give ptpvioliB 1 t hddresB when writing h J Corretpondenta Wllbn OUt nf tfttIo tionerv should mention fact on a > fcoparatd slip of paper toV 1 r ANNOUNCEMENTSSc I For aaI5trate F t We aro authorized to announce I > ThomQ J Jones asa candidate to i succeed himself as Magistrato In h i Owingsvilla district No 6 subject ie the action of the Democratic rtVi 1 For Stae Senator I 1 We are authorized to announcM y WID B Whitt of Carter county u Vandidwte Democratic nominee lor the Senate from this district at ihe November election 1903 niS 4 4 Not a two but a pardon is needed to let jeti and White tree to prey 4 tin tociety a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 August 1903

rit L < 1 t I ji ft s1 1S t 1J I j 1 C eo s JI c 1 I i K 1 J < yo J II I i or w it ft l I r Ii t j r t2i 4 J J t 1lit 1 4I to 11 r T7 o j 4 1 p 1 p f f I II f r f i t qb < h l r ice t i t 4 z F rp p > > jI fi L 7 u z J 11 r J ii rd ji I JG c ji bt minutiilli IL 1 < fl d H Z 7c J VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 27 1903 NO 7 j 1 I newsjItem Item 41llIh to communI cao wltn J li oIrrLooKI office by phone ring up 1 i Y Buy yoUr fruit from J IL Power t T The demand for falti still far ei V k e ceedi the < Btipp1y > 1 Ak tofStev 1 C1oef Lat Bread It ii the leL tiThe tP weather einpo Saliifd y t hornIng has heen TOry hot fl Mrs B H Sossllgh thread hk p ed fresh dailjat Thompson Cos r Dr Goo E Trlbou has bought ItiitdicatPmlmeri etockof buggies r < c etc N f SBorn WelnC8d8Y Aug 1Otl t S Mr and Mrs Usda lMttha s4 1 Slaughter J p 4 ¼ Buy your apples pears peaches P4 4 lemon orahgei bahanapeto from 1 J A Power 4 q ask for Stevenson8 s Clover Leaf broad It...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 August 1903

E k 5 bW ft r t > OWINGSYILLE OUTLOOK v 1OUTLOOIC i OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher liiv T sit i GO TOWORKIo 1 Weakness never won t battle 4 Cowardice calnt score a plnt I An youd art to show your mettle When your luck Is out o jinta JlntDont Dont go llmpln round a roarinl How the world a trcatln you k For your kick Is only borln Them you tell your troubles to L Pull yourself together andg Shet your fists an make a stand 1tt Etanj Ji7 Ii k Half the souIenthralUn troubles b That a skecredup mortal sees < > Are but airy thinshelled bubbles im He could prick an bust with easet a If hed only stop his Jclckln a Bout his luck an sit to work > t Fur the troubles only thicken Round the man thats on the shirks t Only makes the matter wus it1our to loaf around and cuss t In1 a word despalrin brothera 1 I t When tho clouds obscure your sun t Tau must do Just one or tother You must make a flght or run Nineteen times In every twenty If you stand youll land on top 0 Run an you will sit It pe...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 August 1903

< k i 4 ij C S > < 4fi ho C i tC i I rt Jl > r f lJ < < JF I i s t o aV 1 < > t j Jt tr r TIlE SUPERIOR TYPE 1 of YOUNG MANHOOD t tIs Not a Product ot the World But Is Marked r Divinelit lit t TSenuofl Sermon by thc Hlgbway and Byway Preacher 4iL COPbtZ9O37E1SQfl r V Chicago Sunday Aug 13 1JC3 S re xtI have written unto you young men because ye are strong and the Word 4 5dr5 of God nbldeth In you and ye have over come the wicked oneI John 2R O DOUBT John the apostle the one who Is speaking In our text was espe cially Interested In young menIn a certain type ot young men which he describes in the words before us This is not to be wondered at for John was a young l man when he first met Jesus by tile banks of the Jordan and became His disciple I His was a strong nature He was a young man in whose character the cur rents of life ran deeply His affections 4 and sympathlesfabsorbed his whole na a ture He was of quick perception and i understood his Lord better tha...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 August 1903

1 i 4 J e > o 0 tIce < > tJ ff M r < O i rt iE t I tf V Cv < OWING8VILLE OUTLOOK > tOUfLOOl PUBLISHING CO kLOWINGSVILLE KY netI I SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE b k Aldress nil communications togo 4 TUB OUTLOOK PnnLisniNO Co or to y JODH W HONAKEK Owlngsville Si IcyVi fSublcribrs desiring a change of T flddrnss should always give previous Address when writing 1 Correspondents when out of Rta I p llonery should mention fact on n b Separate slip of paperTh jl THURSDAY AUG 27 1003 l i1r J ANNOUNCEMENTpa l For Magistrate 1 0 We nro authorized to announce brI Succeed himself as Magistrate in Itt f t t Xwingsville district No6 subject + r to the action of the Democratic 1 party t For Stata Sonator We are authorized to announce 1 nnnsuneS Wm B Whltt of Carter county n undldte Democratic nominee f lor the Senate from this district at 1 01 tho November election 1903 I li A it 1 i TtiRUlovelnnd boom is in hard 4 S i 1 tack Tammany is for Grover f i T t t t PANAMA roust continue to d...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 September 1903

t 4 < C > < t S 4 1 t S 10 b t L 0 > > IC l > i7 < fr > F T c 4 r t Jr < jH JiC f IV ± t I I t tbI 3 ttiintiiLLe U rT O 0rr L ts1 of i = i VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3 I 903 NO8 5 When you have a news I Item or wish to cominuni cato with THiS OUTLOOK I office by phone ring up 5 7 Buy your fruit from J A Power r 4 t1i4 Ask for Stoveneona Clover Lea r Bread It is the beste I z S D Thompson a son r Brcad It IB the best Buy your apples pears peaches p lomone oranges bananaeeto from J A Power I Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf A Bread It is the besti I Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf Bread It is tho beatt i The weather turned cooler Sun day and it has nearly required fircd for comfort p Jackson Estill and their ten ant Wm Hedrick of Wyoming de livered to J M Richart 11255 Ibs of tobacco nt cl e IA heavy sbower fell hero about 3 l f oolockSaturday afternooq It was I all right as far as it entut it ididnt RO far enoughm Ask for Stevensons Clover...

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

t 1 1 C f 4 S t ot t t of c t t h i J O 2 o h 1 1 I 0 I i OWINGSMLE OUTLOOK a o i jjj OUTLObX PUB CO Publishers 4 V3 M bwiNaSVlLLE KENTUCKY 3 L y to 1 Ir DONT TAKE TROUBLES TO BED I H f1 11 You may labor your fill friend of mine if you willi o You may worry a bit if you must ofI I rT cares e You may live on a scrap and a crust 4sc v But when the days done put it out of cJ i your head fl < Dont take your troubles to bed theK K cdthick ot the fray r You may sweat you may swear you may grunt You may be a jackfool If you must jV but this rule I Should ever be kept at the front r Dont right with your pillow but lay JK down your head b j And kick every wvrrlment out of the bed < That friend or that foe < whlch he It I f > lont know y r ose name we have spoken as Death jfizgtn close to ydur side while you run 44l7 isxfor you ride 4 I f ViX d he envies the warmth of your 4 PjS breath ikiXBut he turns him away with a shake of P his head t y When he ilnds you dont take your trou 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. — 3 September 1903

II V CI it i s t t o P 7 s t JI F < < I R Cwi sj ir ir g Giving to the Lord and R Giving to the Poor tp GiviDJr to the Latter III Not AlwGYII Equivalent 1 to Giving to tile Lord I Sermon by the Highway n4 Byway Preacher 1J IJ j Copyrlrhl 1103 br J M Edson I Cht ago Sunday AUR a IC a II T xtre have tho poor with you aU doI ways and whtnjoever ye will ye may do 51 them Jood1 lark H7 H7S S IN the days when Jesus lived among men so It I Is today the poor are present with us Jesus was pe culiarly the friend of the poor The word of prophecy declared that the Christ who was to < omc should v preach the Gospel to the poor and it was that passage from Isaiah which Jesus quoted when be presented Himself as the promised I Messiah at Nazareth The Spirit or S the Lord is upon Me because He bath S annalnted Mo to preach the Gospel to 4 the poor Ho hath sent Me to heal the brokenhearted to preach deliverance 5 to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind to set at liberty them tha...

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

i Jo t Joot I p 11 y b 1e f < r 1 to It > J1WrNGSVILLE OUTLOOK fr I bUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO c 1 V I tWIJJGSViLtE KY I 1 I > l PER YEAR IN ADVANCE O r V Address nil tn Ij THK ODTLOOK PunuBniKd CIJor tA t f 4 JOHK W UONAKEB OwingBVillc u i ICy t S g I SubwrtborB desiring change of ti addrtls should always give previous a 5 f tfdre88whdn writing h CorrenpondentH when out of sta U6nery ihouTd mention fact onn l f4 I jt prate slip of paper 4 I THURSDAY SEPT 8 1903 V < ftJ 5 h gr t ANNOUrtCEHENT D i S itt For Magistrate > Wo are authorized to announec ti v thomas Jones as a candidate to i i X Fiicceed himself as Magistrate InI i 4 rJOwlngnllle district No6 subject to the action of the Democratic 1 a r party t 4 For Stato Senator r We are authorized to announce S t N Wm B Whitt of Carter county a candidate Democratic nominee kIr lor the Senate from this district at 51 t Q the November election 1003 L r LiQHTWtNQ met its match two f barload of them and struck it a t I Bt Louis ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1903

I + > 6 J I t 4 M1 v 41 r f N 0 < 7 r Ifj f J l t f 4 i i 0 r I i v T f f T Y At e 111r r 00 > wtIt r i 1 L O > i Pt r r f ol 4 < k XXV OWINGf I f f lil f i > VOL OWING t > i > lif A < < L 5 Whon you have a news nowsr r Item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 p JBuy your fruit from J A Power o 1fMre Cora Conner opened her I a v = nhool Monday Msndaywaa Labor Day It was t fcol unduly or otherwise celebrated y 1 B 6 oiir apples pears peaches 1fcfco VO Bgo8 bunanaaotc from J AlPoWer y Johnson M Atchison boughtXJ I 8kbti l PAtahisoae large gray hares with bVi buggy for 225 A T KxShrouis warehouse in the a e Mat of his store room bought of 1 Jaaes Gallon is nearing com pie I R tl t 4 e Tile L Darnell sold to Dawson I a Claelrtweat steers at 370 and + c rirbelteraftt 250 all butchers j flattie I s Tjaara were apparently good a fi were all around town Saturday Lt afternoon but it only laid the dust in towac rti J R Brother was ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1903

r j 4 t l 1 0 4 S 4 > > j of s < Or I Jo 01 a l 1 t 1 > It tp t J I l r T t to 1 I I k f = 4 t ngothc q blioti and I lJ t I sight ot I a StftllISh I ta t 0 better to 7 j j J c Jesus I i saei po p 1 to 4 4 ers tre I p i e t 0rouhh e rmozt I M r sin S a i S a L 4 the J S tber J < C 01 < > h S S 4 1 1 5 r a 1 a tj S I 5 I od b J A i o I b S I of I 0 S S S k i a 1 a J S S 1 S S S e S 7 IO 1 a 4 S Iq r f III t 1 t Ii I d i t i a I 1t b S > 4r ji V 1 1 t l I A J j a 11 S S a a fr a d i f a a a It I I a i p b s S I t 4 a a 5 a a f a 10 a i 4 tI 5 I L a p a O I h 4 t Ia I 4 I S I b1 JS 4 r 4 4 4z S a 4 5 aqa C aq S a a II ki s of O J1 t of I r f S i d t I i S I a q I j 44a IS I d 5 aI 1a i t I TrivSS 1 E t U i a S I 4ufi p 4 1 I 5 a 4 4 V 2 S 5 e a p 4 jcb 1 p 4 a a fr t I 5 45A Y 1 o 1 try flLiTjWiI It ill t I a if < r iI a S I f to r I 4 l ILPZ dzA V 2 f r I a e 11 t a t44Va pI a S 5 1 I k S 3 S I t 1a 6 iI 5 V Va I 2 a I t SJ h 5fr F 1 5 S pf g I p t1 S 4P Ta Z...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1903

c 90y1BECLHAM i i Sounds the Keynote 1 of the Democratic State Campaigno j Masterly Speech by Kentuckys Executive at Winchestert S September Sth i Following Is the Text of Governor trollowing lecktaia Opening Speech at Winh 1 thrster on Saurdayi I t f > vcle mc the opportunity which Ihls b oaslon presents and 1 rejoIce that the 1 times Is at hand for tho democratic party with Us ranks united ana enlluulusttc lo nirr a campaign before the people of 8 Kentucky for the election 01 their state vJJrsers next November Un our part 1 intend that tho contest v vhtll be nn njrsrcslvc not a defensive S one thnt the pcoplo shall bo thoroughly cqualntfxl With the Issues Involved nml thnt In the full light ofTWibllo view the democratic party willingly and the re HVibucan party unwillingly must stand upon thilr rcsi > cctlvetrecord3j and 4t thl 1 jpepple judge bclwven them Thin Is thet 7 policy which we ock whlfh we demand t 0 und we IntfnU to drair our rcluctanlvftd versarleo from ih < d...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1903

S 4 k I iI thrir I OUTLOOk PuiiLlSHlNb CO WINGSV1Lt KY I I 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE S ji5 fl Address all communications to 1 41 Tnx OUTLOOK PunusuiNG Co or to OwIngvI1teq KyIl Il < KySubscribers ft f Subscribers desiring change of i iaddresa should always give previous I Address when writing 4 Correspondents when out of sta Uonery ehould mention fact on it separate slip of paper I THURSDAY SEPT 10 1803 l S 1 i ANNOUNCEMENT < For State Sonator v VPe are AUthoriccd to annu nco Wm B Whitt of Carter county a i candidate Democratic nominee tor the Senate from this district at the November election 1003 0 We art authoriccd to announce c 1Satba Bllrrott of Carter county t candidate Republican nominee k for the Senate from this district et the November election 1903 o 1 A ricnsoN can now cull for oye r tore in ae tirttrahtfiritliout im t pairing his social standing Tax Panama Canal proJoot is iS xlaad Senator Morgan contem 4 1 plate the corpse with dry eyes and t S 1 an audible chuckle S...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 September 1903

r s I i I ¼ I E + b r t r k d I w J 4r J 1 to rBl f Jr J II J 1t J MJ I J r r t 0 W > j7 r > rT > J < y f u ffw 1 I L > f i i < Jtit 4 ro f V Y fr ui t cp V liI > 7 j r l > < E 1f > 1 r > > > = Jrr < j Ji1t 41 j y > i dj 5ti f c e 1 rti djr > I r r rJ tI J oJ i 2 < X Y 1 lJ > 1 I 12V a 0 rfljift j 7ff > r > t ff i W VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY r i i J i j < b t f i < f iI w = 5 When you have a news j Item or wlehto communi cate with TKK OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 7j upi n i Il t Payne of Grange City is talking r of building a flouring mill at Salt d t2 Lick l ifr ah is currently believed that now C c cora will sail at n per bbl at the t ij Tar start Il rw P Kimball spoke here Mon P fj day la the interest of the nemP jjtieratto ticket S Eugene Brother and W RayR s Patterson have consolidated their f in iI Iroeor1ItctreI VT D Bailey of East Fork sold 11 < his tobacco to Snedegar Bros of t yorainf at 8c...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 September 1903

k S c < J 4 I i t t I present 11 > t S 0 offers no tc I 7ner that I l 5 mk S 4 0 t t 41 i T < st I h L q 3 < o < 1 i > O e i I L tl t i j J If 1 I a S e S f i > i 4 2 I I < S 4 I i T S S p k s 1 1 t l w r < 0 4 b l J 1 c d t 4 5 1 c 40 S b 5 I S J S S S S I S a 1 I 1 5 S S S 5 1 E S I < r I SI D 1 e I S q r > S 5 st V s C 4 1 r s4S S p FF Joo 4 V a S z < 4S 5t S S S 4 Iq I 5S < k 5 I C s S S S S Joo S 5 S S oo S S S S t 5 f < S < 5 S 1 t 6 a 5 5 > C t S S S S S 5 I 5 I S 5 S 1 S S > S p C 5 5S t I S j S S C a S e 5 S V S e r p 1 Co > I S p 1 3 lp L r r so SjS 1 r 5 tSa < 5 5 > r t i C4 tiS 0 i p v f v S S S 1 bt > S 4 S c S S iz w S S S b C f I 5 5 5 io > f 1 pS 1 5 I < 5 S t 5 SI 5 5 f > SS fr S A 5 1 k st q C oJ S I S w 1 I t 4 > Jw 1 < T z n 100L to C < t 3 S p 9 aj c 0 CI p 9 I It 1 r t Ji > 1Ji 1 00 i C < v I i S S > ol tIf JI b 1 wot < t 5 m S m f t = t h f Jj ts v < y > M 1 i 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. — 17 September 1903

50 i 1 S r 1 f t i < t < fii 1m J rl 4 41 E it Jt JJ urii J iiru i 9J4 The Greater Works of = 4 Jesus Disciples 0 c e of1c the Holy SpIrit fj Sermon y tbe Ullbay and Byway Preacber 1 i f wrCopyright I9S h1 J Jor IMIOD 2 t JChicago Sunday Sept 13 1903 A l 1 TutYerlly verily I say unto you i he that belleveth on Me the works that I f do shall he do also and greater works than f ltje shall he do because I po unto My f t er John 1415 15 TANDING on the threshod of the 15TANDING of the garden and the cruel death on the cross and wltn the marvelous minis try of something over three years behind Him Jesus utters the thrilling and start ling words of our text Vcrlly verily I 2Jy unto you He that belleveth on Me anA I greater works than these shall ho do c se1 unto My Father Greater 4 works Eve U1e faith of Peter must 1 have staggered at that1 Even John who understood his LoYd so well must have been perplexed and troubled Greater j JI works There swiftly pass before the 1 vision of the ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 September 1903

> r a 1i 1 tJ r > J j tol i k r 4 r 4 jt It h x f t 1 P4z = > > 4 > > Z < Il r g Y OUTLOOKQti Qti a W OUTLOOk PUBLISHING CO t < I WINGSVILLE la i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i Address all communications to TUB OUTLOOK Pimtisnixo Co or to q JOHN W HONASER Owingaville I 3 iz ttySubscrlbors Subscrlbors desiring a change of t address should always give previous V rath1ree when writing Correspondents when out of eta j tionery should Mention fact on a V Separate slip of paper i tunSDAY SEPT 17 1003 11ki i ANNOUNCEMENT 1k For State Senator We are authorized to announce s VVm B Wbitt of Carter county a nl candidate Democratic nominee f ni 1nr the Senate from this district at i 5 ttthooyomber election 1903I e We art authorized to announce Nathan Barrett of Carter county 1 a candidate Republican nominee 1 V j for the Senate from this district i t V at the November election 1903 L k For Representative V 4 V VWe are authorized to announce jlilinI F Fouoh of Rowan county candi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 September 1903

T T4 t J s < J J C z j 0 1 Iy r q i1iT j t JifP j m It I 7 m 1 r > 44 1 pS d d < 2 lL r i + r f i i + 7 I s r j1ii < 1 j Ji if tutn flilli cputtook zz Jf t r t4 1 > tT I OL YYlCWINcII 4 OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY nit IrcrA 1 THURSpAY8EPTEMBER I 24 f 903w r > f flwiien you have u news news57f 11lit p k cate with THE OUTLOOK office by phono rhg up 3 ant Fresh oysters at Nixons r estaurOhio There was a little frost in town Friday InFtitutet t f is in session this week Valtont t i 1 WAJCTED Boy to do choreiGood borne J WILL HORSEMAN The frost was plainly in 0 ridencoJutI e 1In tho valleys Saturday morning Dont forgot the openi Fridayng 1 Brother 4 Brothers Friday andj 7 ItSaturday 7flld I t Robert Johnson will remove hill 4 barber shop to marble shop build J lug Ootl itA The Slate Valley baseball club I olulI 3 here 11 Saturday The rabbit crop is about lelldyturned r for harvesting It is generally reMIss ported a full iported cropII S The CO boys enlivened the dulld r1 ness ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 September 1903

oW 9 4 it Jr I l OWINGSVILLE OVILgoIng f OUTLOOK PUEO ubt8 ierL OWINGSVILLE KENT ICKYcolc C I WORLD OF LITTLE THINGS nJ D A llule trill ot laughter chord In NIt I NIture8 A little deed of righteousness to stand 4 rcdlnsi the wrong w r wrongA little honor won 4I A little hill surmounted and a little kind itt11 ness dono Ittthe 4 wff A lUtlpilabor dally a little prayer and 4a praise 4aA little act of kindness to gladden wear weaQInt L4 wearjjdays And co the whole creation to Us ci lseleIlglll Heaven swing For little man Is living In a world of lit I tle thlpgD t 4 J ct SJ A lIttle hope to cheer us although It watt eth itiligethe I IA little fire for comfort when winter p tinights are chill tflut8 1 onloe km v1t A little welixmie wnltH us at ending of the iUj I Pfk A little purpose shlnlnr through cercult thisI 4I A little bunch of rose to ur pread the rue M5t A little peace surpassing to which thc 1r spirit cling t For little man Is living In a world of lit tle things y A little hope ...

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