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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 February 1905

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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. — 23 February 1905

jt y E c K 1 JI t Oa ti > o I < f It 10 Jo tfr t if Liz > S i t > t vb c5 4 f I oJ It Wto t c S < 5 > ti i 5 lt 6 tco r v S 0 ri5i V5 c S S 4 0 tA q f 0W t I iUCKT S I 0 isc1w q > C 4 1 4 t a AGE 15 I t I 4 t tH > jro s the greenI S j1tAi from tho 4 4iCa to Ill tkweri the babies andT N tz a o1I j f SS Then corned my sweet darling He close S In my arm 1r And away mid dreamland well float floatin i v S S Oer the Crippling wavelets ot Drowsy eyetwa In the wonderful Rockaby boatw 1 c Dear mother Is helmsman tho Iloekalys I boat has set silver rails for the west IFor there in the distance the lights of Z J Criblands i Are wooing the baby to rcpt S We drowsily float neath tho thlmmcr S k Ins glance IL it Of a fairy moons radiant beamas t r And 101 WA 1ronear to our first atopT r Y I lIng place q S beamsr 5 t What a wonderful place Is this Island of S J Dreams tS Its butterscotch houses and sugarplum 10 tree S The delight of all wee girls and boys Q T Then hushaby d...

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 February 1905

t n ri r 7 i l or t t r I p I It t iL 0 < J i V 1 f 4tl J 4 l t C J t I t A it 4 11 t l 4 < 17s p t < J > f 4 l 11 j l b A 4 b 4 < rt a oo E > t II > > J < t a p 4 f l f t 11a 11 C t I A i a lOW 2 1 f J 4 j i a J I r fI t 1 1 S > I 1 S w f r I t 4 nds p P A4 I r I c P 4 4111 all be avail 1 1 r any sectarian t r LanyI m b ja j I 110 ilit 1 c 4Mont from the 1 p + i trelgn relations report c s the bill authorizing the J tbn of an Irrigation dam 0 rythe Rio Grande river between rue hi viifcUed States and Mexico i J fcs The conference report on the omni bus claims bill agreed to carries 2 321S10 direct appropriations for 1759 claimants It refers to the court of 4 claims bills amounting to from 500 I 000 to 750000 u The bouse entered an emphatic pro test against the action of the senate In amending the agricultural appro priation bill so as to interrupt the S drawback feature of the Dingle tariff f affecting wheat Jli The house committee on Indian af fair aut...

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 February 1905

> > L bs t I t 7 > F 0 f H 1 i < Z4 I rOo to t tH H t I Jfrt o 1jh 9 wl J lr t Yi I It l to LI q 1 LJfl 00t t 4 c > r i t r b t i < V 1EYI > 7V ofI St C dI II1L y i rp 1M ADVANeE I it 1 > S 4 f 5 t tt itress Miflu Sut JonN W 1IoAIiR Owlnosville S I S S KyI Subscribers deelrihg change of sr address should always give previous i Ir address when vtrltlrtg 5t f Correspondents vIith out of Bto 1 S Iul l iS iifinerv should mentlrtn fact on a J pltratosllp of pappr f IkY No comniission Is allowed to nnyI 1 5 Jipdy on fubecrlpiiom lI I tiDE OoTtook Is sentone year I for one dollar six months rorahty t j 1cnttbrco tiionths for thirty five IS cent8 f S t c 1THURSDAY FEB 23 190 IS r tJ r L ANNOUNCEMENT S7 i A t AOR REERESENTATrVEth 1 I wore 8 thorlxed to announcbe 1 a CbniE Dvtyof Mnrehrud a can I ilate Mr teelection as Repre enta tive from BaSh and Rowan rotin < L I ltieB uoltn the actidh of the 1e 5 Democratic patty i r u J I l i IrTeldy success In clipping the cla...

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 March 1905

t k i P L f JOe I 1 10 + r 1 t 1 + i rFK I l r LSl h = I C j4 ii j 1 j 1 < > i lt I J S r J > Ji t l j r I t f r < > KJti C V > H I tfJ n t i t1H Jfttf a + f y II ifiirJt H < c J 1 1 < r r t i j t i i J F it 1 vJt = < 1 tt vJtY X Y > J < iJ r1J t 4 J t I 0 f J JItL 1 4fr4 v t I i l > > o O r i 4I1it JIJJPN i k T wf1i o Mrd iCr r I ot > 1 t v k t J w ti > t > 11 JifIry ttI > E I J > I 4 t J1 1 1 d J < < Y 11 > J < JtX l c < Ht l M i t d j Jt 111 In lit < oj t qJI J J if io a t I i t J ItJ l > ci r 1 < < < t 0 f < o CL jO 1 I 1 2I J t J it 4 W e < t T t 4 t i t OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 2 905 NO 33 I II r J 1 > A I t q I 4 S I 0 t l t1 II 4 5 4Z I IiT e O c f f S < So 47 t Ibhlurc5 r 4 > 7 1 1i1 t or I 4 I l I 11 I J 1 h 4 iiowi andh i t rCos h t 0 J 41c I ja1gY harness 10 i r I t i1U oterirng l I u YounK is the authorised I jsw agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect I j Csli Dr G W 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. — 2 March 1905

I f l c > > I < 4 t j 1LE OUTLOOi ret t I L > I lp CO PubLaliriCh t KENTUCIO iI L31 t i f S 1 < US PERFORMANCE I t = ir patter patter on the U then a clatter a f r t doesnt matter In tho room S Just Uxt to minew p That lfm very busy rending at the door tvpo eyes are pleading I r Though I seem to be unheeding yet I r somehow catch their hlnecl Then some one Is tlppytoelne like a pink I tint blosgoA blowing Toward where I sit unknowing and two yea of laughing blue 1 tyeme In a breathless fashion In a Ulcklrd gleeful passion Then omebo < ly gives a dash on and somebody hollers Boo I het r t gleeful laugh and merry Wakes the echoes I am scary and I give a Jump and whoop t Scared to death and fairly shrinking seG VVhretvo glad glad eyes are drinking > 11And And J catch and strain her to me while a glad delight runs through me Whateer fate may yet do to me Tvc this moment anyhow Ive the moments sweet caresses Ive I this moments tenderneu These blue eyes and these gold...

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 March 1905

4 i w k 10 1 4 4 It C A I I lb e s i i < i Z t JI > 1 I a 1 1a t JI 1 = 0 t r < 1 > fo S C10 t I > 10 w a w h t > tci i J t fI 0 1 g C c I a I I I 1 bi A 4 t1i J I 4 I S i I F l 1J I k i d S 1 t S t S 4 t 9 I b ra II d t e I i h il i ti IT s I 4 r II r tJI I t t t 4 J Oj l r Si e t VA > 3fii itir the 1 I I is It y l4 Jelglum has 01 t tf J3iost ardent ot 2 v f I vlAy It Is not e44n n ° gen t VJrhPSf that the late 4 I 4 vjielgians who was herself I > Vnorses instituted a private c l1 t 0 r ueken to which the leadIng I r S slonal riders of Europe were bid s P jco instruct her and her daughters in I 00 equestrian art And the young r princesses it has been said could ride a 4 1 pony barebacked long before they could I read or write j 1prln d Duke Serge recently removed from his post as governor of Moscow Is 1 oneof the most hated men in Russia Ji where many regard him as the czars evil I JI genius When Nicholas was still in his teens Serge surrounded him with dlss...

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 March 1905

nT 4 n I JJ v 4 at 4 4 0 1 b < i v > < 4 S 4 t II ia to s I t S L Itof S J 1iIt r I Al 5 l t i i < i 5b b j > VANCE I t f > L 1 J iT Addres aU communications to 1 Tat OUTLOOK IIIHLZCIINU Co or to I S JOHK W HONAKEK Owingsville p t Ky I S t Subscribers desiring a change of r ddrell should always give previous I linI pfltt i 1 tionerr should mention fact on a > separate slip of pa pltr tuS I body on subscriptions THE OCTCOOK is sent one year s i for one dollar six months for sixty t tents three months for thirtyfive cent i 4 THURSDAY MM131I a 1905si q < 1 = ANNOUNCEMENT L c FOR REPRESENTATIVE llFOR rre are authorized to announce > Chb E Day of MorehMtd a can date for reelection as Representa live frora iath and Rowan conn ld lies subject tn tko action of the Democratic party I BuST THE TRUST t it the popu 1 Ian cry that may mean something lit last u 1 Iii THERE seems to ho nn eager de 4j sire everywhere on ihe purl of the 1ut1etIng people to swat the Stand i...

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 March 1905

S S r J S i 5 It h t 5 t4t 2 I Ir Or i t 0 C t 11 1 JJf I 1 4 rir J t 0 + p 4 r f T ¼ c J c > t S 0 i I TC l tr 1 J I j < r JtJ ri ff b 0 t l J fIf r < JJ I r11 V J7 < 1 X J e < < 0 r t t jj c + iv > i r Ifo d f > r jo f 1 V r I r TI rl w SSS + S r < > 1 Jt A c J < J S wIrf o 4t 41 S > ft o rk c I > S I re 5 F r 4 4r 4 > = St pY 5 ioiirI < 5 d S 4 t F FJtJ I I h J a A i f 0 5 r iI r f t c I 7i 54 4C r 44 fI V aq i rc I i t IE I < < 4 A mrnnillt f ntio k r tfIJJJ t 7tfJOJ 1 t it A f rff i t J7f If yj 1 N 1 ii f = J 1 irJrl > r ri 7 J < t JJrit Ji t iI > < i t l p KENTUCKY I 1Y jc I f OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 9 1905 NO I S4 r t J c 010 > ft f t I > liet prl s from 1 it l tIer v o ot T 4git 1ow 1sold to ito II e t T s 4 7 rotheI is Iwle nent fop r 1 1 i i Chill Plow f ogl1 1 c t S 5 1I 1 < Xing plows harrows DOlt SS e Qtbrs t Brother tt Coew S v c fGeo T Young is the uthorized I 1 g of THE OUTLOOK cato &...

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 March 1905

tt h t v sv < 100 C c tl t s < Ii kL 1 to 1tt I i t 5 J W I 0 < a C IIi f l 4 S L It > V f OUTLOOK S c CO Publisher j Ti t r KFNTt1CKt 4S 4 S 11 4 It J S t 1E DOOR OPENS 4e3 t I 1 5s early early a r sJo > v farmhouse tirrs t tr Incense pearly n wavrlng morning spires When the cheep In nooks of the meadows 1 Are lying still And the old wheel dreams In the shadows Behind the mill j Then In the hush f the dawning In the sIlvery mists and the dew Cod op ns the door a little way and little J fiet to through I < fl Somctlmrs Its when the wonder The hush and the dews have fled S And noontide life pants under The glare of the noon oerhead jI S when the plowmans furrows are creeping y Over the lands Or rlf ea the whir of the reaping On every hand > Or ever the swath Is finished or the long It brown furrow Is run t r The unseen door swings open wide and 0 the strong mans work Is done if Sometimes when the lumps of heaven t And the homelier lights of earth 11 Itarn dim In ...

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 March 1905

F t l j r 4 < a t t 1I < t > z r ii > jcr j 1 < itt t i < II o q kt t > t 4 = > h v 4 n it J 0 sj 10 J S iI i e a t o t t f < f y 4 b 11 i Af c 1 A t 4 V t > r f v 0 L < ao < 1 < 1 04 T o I c a a t a to S i s I 4 5 U 5 40 It 14o tS mlnwhollyfromde I railt t t 4 ieamerles 5 I iln Teheran the capital of 1 p plre15totheerrectthat a to errect ttinW b jgovernmcnt Is negotIatInpr A t S St for the purpose of buildinipa S 7 Lfroni the Russian frontier to S t lot Persia tc through the railway tunnel at aA ow 5 o a 5 I tl ft Huron Mich will soon be handleil t II six electrIc locomotives The third f ytcm will be used with the ralof ofS of the tunnel to avolUr S accidents to workmen S Thomas Fitzgerald who has been ap a pointed general manager of the Baltich more Ohio railroad entered the servof ice of that corporation as water senI or 1S67 and has never left it lie was bendi of Irish parents in Fairmont W Vath OLDWORLD ODDITIESpr S A racehorse owner was s...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 March 1905

t 4 l I j S I It > J 01 S l 1 q t I T M t t I MIo Ii q t a > f 0 t t 1 4 V ci l ot otoi oi c f 1 > x < S 1r 1 Jt I x J s o I 10 5 c v S V t S S < It 4 S p TS it sj X1 cf Ifi r AlIT fIAT 5 tHI LE OUTLOOK Ii v c t1 LLUUILUVfl S pLISRING CO S 3 NS 4 KY S > S L 1 Q Sl RER YEAR IN ADVANCE tI S 5 S Address all communication to q i THE OUTLOOK PIIBUKHINU Cu or it j S JOHN W HONAKER Owing ville I S Ky S Subscribers desiring a change of dup I p i S iiddreis when writing Correspondents when out of sta t It 5 tioriery should mention fact on a S ic SubpIflte slip of paper S 1 S rtlonery commigeion it ullbwcd to any I t luidy on QubseriptionsS ycarf 11 S for one dollar six months for FIstJ S > cent II three months for thirtylive 1 4I I c ventS S r S THURSDAY MARCH 9 1905 1 1 S = S < ANNOUNCEMENT = 1 FOR REPRESENTATIVE 5 We are authorized to nnnounce 5 ChbB E Day of Morohead n Ia 3 Iibite for reelection as Repreehla 5 i thoe from Bath and Rowan coun ICS S jS Democratic par...

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 March 1905

I 1 J < u r J1Ity b 4 r t i 3l Nt I r 1 r I A I 1 t J J > < tllaaKI t ct I 4 1a al < < y t f L j I j k ii z f I 1 0 c > t 7 > 7 VOL XXVI g5S l livUI 1 I Tobacco cotton Get prices from 2 V Brother ifc Brother 1 J V A Chattanooga plow is sold to be satisfactory or no sale VBud Brother is sole agent for Chattanooga Chill Plow I 7 I Breaking plows harrows and 41 V cultivators at Brother Cos 4g r r V Geo T Young is the authorized V agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect V Dr G W Conner makes teeth j from the cheapest to the best 10 V B P Rock eefjs Conger strain HOo 3 c for 15 J W Eminons Bethel Ky f Dud Spencer sold a pair of 4 Vj V yearold mare mules to Dick lies VTj 4for 265 While delivering your tobacco i kt l that nice cook stove of Bud 1 f Brother V V ti S Bud Brother will sfll you a I V V cook slovo trimmed complete from VVV Tto6O < II L Lane is agent for Wieder V j i man bottled beer and Budweiser 1 bottled and keg q i Everything firstclass in hard I ware stoves ...

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 March 1905

it s S < j 2 L OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK POD CO Publisher lutk ru a A FOURLEAVED CLOVERm r b He was only a ipilgot clover But he rnle < l his head with pride As he looked his comrades over Growing on every ldvI JAll q Jlr had come with the birds In PrIntImebl When th flOW had left the ground A wee little lonesome stranger t c When be first had looked around 1 But c4 jrb > day he had trengtIieucdI w As the sun phone glad and strong f ills lenves had widened and lengthened reI It Im only a fourleaved clover Down In the meadow green They hunt for me all over nd theyre lucky when Im ccn < And peopl < paired before him I But so quiet nnd still lay he 1 That they never dreamed they were oer him II II himS near 1 Ihe grew by the ride of the daisy to Close to the busy feet Why the rascal seemed to be lazy Compared with the rustling wheat 1 dutyFor I For a maiden passed that way And her sharp eyes spied the beauty As she heard him softly ayp Im only a fourleaved clover Down ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 March 1905

c vHV WS t i < 1 y > c C i t NmVOUS HEADACHE N 4VARD A YOUNG WOMANS HAP 1 PINESS FOR SEVEN YEARS s s Interfered With Her Social utlps and Threatened to Cnuno Her Hellre mcnt How She VTna Cured h i k Every sufferer from nervous headache I knows how completely it unfits ono for it the duties and pleasures of life Any 3 11 little excitement or overexertion or ire a regularity brings it on Sometimes the tV ipaih is over the whole bead Again it P r Is like a nail driven into tho brain or a 1 x Wedge splitting it OQRH or a baud tight cuing about it At one time it is llin II Jhe top of the bend at Another it is nil 1 I v at the base of the sluill Most headaches can Iw traced to some 1 faulty state of the bl < xxl AVhou the j 1 Mood is scanty or charged with poison nnd the nerves arc imperfect ly nourished C and the digestion weak one of the com comtl tll l monest results is frequent and severeII 4and II heatachest The important thing is 10 get rid of theo of f diseased condition o...

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 March 1905

rv l 11 it t t t 1 h = 7f J 1 f 1 A l l OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK I ti OUTLdOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY > f 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCEto 1 Address all communications to p iTilE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or lo J JOHN W UONAKEU Owingsville t f Ky rubscrlber9 desiring change of cotiI S taddrol1 when writing 1 Correspondent when out of sta l1tlIlCVj should mention fact on a 1 ilipHrute slip of paper f No commission is allowed to any z body on FubBcriplions TriK OUTLOOK is sent one year S for one dollar FIX months for sixty t i cents three months for thirty Ii cents CII I o ANNOUNCEMENT 1 FOR REPItESE1A11VEft Wo aro authorized to announce Chits E DIY of Slorehencl a can date for reelection as Kcpresenta 1livefrom Bath and Rowan cOlin ties subject to the action of the Democratic party PuEStDnNT HOOBETKLT is as game oJ 1 as n rat He sent in the nomina lion of u negro for Collector of the f f second district of New York TI lie I m dose nauseating to a largo e C ment of Repi bl cans but tI oy cant 4...

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 March 1905

S J J 501 f i 1 r 1 iy y i 7t f < VJ r kr e 41 1 7 r rl t9 r < r It t V 7 Of 4 + 1r r r 1 = 7 r < i It I e I y > ir 3 S I Jj 1 y < S V 1 I t > t5 1 ct F 4 c > y J 1 fit 7 T Itr i 1 i1 J = = aa = S j f < IIr Lii h t t JIit ttiiiit tiiLtt 11 ii ttJ 3i 1 H V < PY VOL XXVI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 23 1905 NQ3J S r J Buy your sprlngsult from Broth Aer Brother Born Friday lo Joe Clark and Uea tlb son A Chattanooga plow Is aold to be satisfactory or no sale For a good pairof work shoes RO to Brother k Brother A great deal of rain has fallen since Sunday night Bud Brother is sole agent for Chattanooga Chill Plow 4kw1tt1l1ld 1f1tn 1hoground grew inety the past week c > Breaking plows harrows and cultivatorsat Brother i Cos Geo T Young is the authorized agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect putcheti trouserp are the best For sale by Brother Brother Dr GW Conner makes teeth L from the cheapest to the best S10 Buy W L Douglas 3 and 350 8boeFjr sale by Brotberf...

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 March 1905

S J t < l S S f S S S I > I 5 5 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK t i OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher S OWINQSVILLE KENTUCKY cTHE OTHER FISH IN THE SEA I A youth who loredaprettyIi ikiAnd worchpwi all sho wore S When she refused him hung hli head And tlessland sadly saIdde That he could love no more The world he walled contains no otherth Whose charms may make me gladlo k The skies may never more bo fair S Her like remain not anywhere The world la bleak and tad It chanced that while his heart wa5to S bleedlnp S lie traveled far away And In a quiet little place JIe met a maiden with a facem 5 S That gladdened all tho day A t HTor S Tor whom his heart had yearnedro I And sighed to win the other maid S f 4 Who threw his first love In tho shade Ills breast with ardor burned t i 5 f Hut cruel fate was still agalrisUhlm 4 S Once more he was denied S jThen sittingdown he Mid I necr Shall nnd another half as fair My fondest hopes have dieda In Gods good time he had to travel I To other scenes once more S ...

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 March 1905

Y c I 1 d DBY MR HAB8TON I iOTALOAN6TAND Could Not Turn la f n Jlrmcdy Which WhichN t > crfect KelUf I s iMnrston shows that 1niitliinoioaffictoda a 1t S himself to bp dig S st stricteu nlwut a S r h JrnitJi ho UlTCTiIP t 5 t ho most inteuso I v Ably stand t 5 V sot hIS remarlcW p I gnvo thn In r ttace4byt I laekofIly I PIlt tho flint S t vni simply a t b vcu iay in ijt however nnd I e nTcryball tba 2 y4 ornic Vjhcn I I 5 S Jtiighqnioltvna 4 4 4 ltiloto reach my 5 S 4 5 ljS I jtp > rjaiil viicu Tio dined uo lie ftbllmil sciatica cx1bcdforzunti4MIdznonnt S 4taiI nvniy bed Tl ailvice wn 4 iiccssary for Iii11iti i flitIt r 1O tUrn front oiictdc to jho tfthir 4 S The mociit I nttrmptc1 Iffiivo allys 5 i part of mjr body the pain became wib crm1atii1g that Iwould iao tq lb 1r S I Soctymotbi1essk I suffered this torture for ixroorith 5 Without gettiugViuy relief Then If 4 charged Aho doctOr aid bn tho ndvic of ID3VihiainMS S 1 Pink Pi1s afl1 bCgaII to ta1e tbem three at a dose three...

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 March 1905

t I 4 iL ic S S S I e S F 4 I p r H1 OUTOOK I J11111S11NO CO1 KYI 4 i a YEAR IN ADVANCE iL I I I cntmiMinieiitlnn to WteLI JzimI t1 1 t s p 9IrngII change n I a lwnyI xive proVitI 8 I 1J cingM + S whon out of tr I tI tIon fact on a prI a 4 nInwed to an I l1 r ent 000 3OI r onIisforiIxt S fnr thirtytl o I i 1T m cn 3 ii 4 4 1 1 I I I NTher b q lII r tl1E 4 S I I v t anoun 0 f I reIwat1a ei n S I IM Rcpreent it S t t Rowan counl andI t 18 jcn i I I p S 44E t 1 nco wur hft8 e V t I ruces with t I tiii ho1ng It to llrbI l r IingIhem no tir ne p 2 w1IcuTR iqIIIlIBect 200 00 bvubcrItIon tncuro the reic n i tion of the Ky W Heyan CnUe1Vib 18I a 4L huilling town S S Guy BKCKHAU gives his support guS 4 d p 4 eeat What a ripping old time therell be when the Ky Gene al j I AssemTfly meets next winter XUEOPATK1M fuiIcIand LIncvit ch I 1 lIrtdB hII cotnmttnder of I 10 Rtiuiii araiy fighting the Ja pe 4 Ltnevitch will do mighty well Inis 1i dfed if 1m does better than Kurol Ikin We RoI s S on ftk...

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