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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 August 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. — 17 August 1905

l 4 t v I it l t iJ l f o f OWINGSVILIE OUTLOOK th OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher T lie OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY t to lt w THE MOUF TAINSa L S TofcxTln high above the trcetops a 1 2 Alt their gray lone summits rise fl Till trie heights In mighty beauty u I l Bum to touch the bending klest i Fair the morning golden sunlight c On their peaks In splendor lies d And the glory of the aun8etl I Lingering tKcre In grandeur d1e3t I1 Winters silvery cnowflakes restlnk b On their heads a crown descend s And the lonely eagles nestings Find their heights a sheltering friend s t T D M Wright In Boston Budget 5pe = s < FSEOFf i t < f A ROSE OF f w 3r I I NORMANDY I It l I KA WUSOK h y p r bf bp CHAPTER VLCoNTztwnt < 1b it must needs be business of great F S 7 ImpOrt that would take a human bew p ing out Jn such a storm Whatever hIt jJ j < object the mans purpose never for a tt C i mptnent wavered as he fought against e t 5 4 Iv the sweep of the drenching blast that SP S Jrte encountered whilesg...

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 August 1905

i vr ¼ Lx I 0 I f 0 iV OLDWOSLD ODDITIES 4k V i A etprk talked into a ChU at Rcermond Holland the other e Vtng I ofithe the pulpit fcntll the end of the service S VTbe owner of a house in a London suburb altered the number 13to 12A lV V The borough Isii thori ties objected < and I a 4though he pleaded that he toulcnot Jet a house numbered 13 they made I L him replace the 18 on the door I ± A retired army lleutenant > as > been arrested at Nauplla Greece owing to 4ti having predicted some weeks ago that M Delyannls the premier would b assassinated in June 13 which was t the actual date of the crlme He aye V c the murder was foretold to him V tr a 4drean V V V V Apropos of a statement that coal 1 would appear a strange article of diet I a < 3 > gt8ppndent writes to the Wpttf V V inUU Gazette saying that It Ir not b 4fII onlyTtjfcldren and cats who regard Jt as a luxury as he aasjn Irish watelv a spaniel which makes away with alum her of lurnpaa day unless the coals kept...

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 August 1905

1fS dt S i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOKJ h OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY 1k SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEpos posF Address all communications to 1 TOE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co nr tolan TonK W HONAKBR Owingaville s KySubscribers ic Subscribers desiring a change of I ant 01I Correspondents when nut of stn tionerv should tnenliorv fact on a Separate Blip of paper I No cotnrpission Vnllowed to any body on subscriptions THE OctrooK is sent one year for one dollar PIX months for sixty 1 l ounto three months for thirtyHve 0 t f < i entsth Qt 4L I THURSDAY AUGUST 17 1005 L t I SANNOUNCEMENT FOR REPRESENTATIVE 11 Woe lau l1nrlted to announce i Wallet Shafp of Sharpsburg as H i1 hdate for Representative from JiathiBridRowRi tn rtcsf rdbjc l to ttie nclioTT Oftho Democratic party 1tho I NEW ORLEANS felt that she was I i compelled to cull on Undo Slim to S handle tho yellow fever epidemic t One by one the formerly cherished d A principles or States Rights perish from abandonment w1 j s 4 r TilE New Orlea...

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 August 1905

If > 1 D tj1 J of r po j C > 4 < > f r 4 I J r r l Ii L J if r ok I 1 i S 4d > m t ff J 1 a 1 1 4 T 1 = w < J if r liiJ r 2 LJ oi > J 1ILOLit4 ll t q d L VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKYTHURSDAY AUGUST 24 1905 j ltj 1 Drink Wainpcotrs Pop i30 Thosi J Peters lu pntentcU II anslantrrriimlo rafeht r L 1 > t1ILsIoqooo Lilen plplar li shp g 16I t OL S HHUlT t GooTyY unK iajilio nuthoructl ftgetlt4firtiI OUTLOOK to collect Fcn SflCM3retdetice nnd II und V WPOR wagon team 1 I Dr G W Conner makes teeth I from the cheuueBt to th best 10I FOR SALE Good secondhand farm wagon Apply nt this oflico h The Forge Hill G A K reunion will be held Aug 31 Sept 1 antI 2 i Newt Rankin of Carlisle bought j a few Bulo colts Saturday at 30I toO f Coneiderlng the proximity of the I i primary it is a mighty dry limo for I I the floater o I H L Lane is agent for Vied r I < i man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and kegt t The Holiness campeeeting Hedricks schoolhouse will com H tuonceAu...

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 August 1905

s I s rllII lb y 4 S S 1 f f j iii OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 5 CUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher l OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 1r EPISODE IN A TUNNELh Maiden seated In thu tralu Pocket full of money Down beside her sits a manI Maiden think It firtiny Quickly speeds the train along In a tunnel entcrzy Maidens thought most anxIou5Iyw S 3 On her pocket centers S Quietly her little hands 5 5 Toward the money iteaIIngw rinds a hand already there Robbery revealing S Fiercely clutches she the handf On hysterics verging S Waiting till the train shall be From the dark emerging tb Into sunlight now at lastd 5 Train shoots like a rocket A Maiden finds she has her hand In the strangers pocket f Modernsocictya J4 OF 4 I NORMANDYi WILLtA3 R A WIL8Ol tb f I I 1 CHAPTER VIL CONTINUED v A Iute that she had been playing lay 1 on a neighboring couch Her lutndsl i t clasped above her bead grasped firmly the carvctt woodwork of the chair I q t0while her feet were hidden among the c silken pillows strewn about the floor E Her...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 August 1905

l t A i iL 4 t t o itf tr I do ta i t 1 It C S J tA i IIi J + l Ii 1Jl f J fL v h t Ii S ir7 itjt 1 E t < I to it I 1 t L w A > 1L > 1fI 1i F t II PARTICULAIULr Mrs George Keppel of England 4Veax a pendant of emeralds the moat 4 Jr beautiful In the world Ii The late Francesro Zocchl was 96 at ithe time of his death He was an uncle J of Salvlnl and was the oldest actor on 6 the Italian stage Sarah Dcrnhardt Is said to cherish an almost superstitious affection for a f necklace of gold nuggets presented to III i r her by California miners t Gus Carson grandson of Kit Carson ia resident of Oklahoma Is credited i pwith knowing more about quail than 1 any ten men in the two territories < j Miss Maggie J Waltzof Calumet I Mich Is editing the only Finnish pub a llcatlon fOf women in this country R 5h4rcatIy Interested In benefiting t tbIdIUon of the women in the f United States I i It B De a full blooded Brahmin of 4 Pi high degree Is In New Haven Conn to study tobacco raisins a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 August 1905

w sri1 u 1 J FIJ ir1t t r c 1 < A r t Xc c 1 c f 4 I t J Il > y > t 1 Ii 0 I f it I n f tv i 1 ft J bd I ¼ k WINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 1 h oiTLOOK PUBLISHING CO J OvVlNGSVlLLE KY 1 Forg Aildress all communications to tiI 1 Im OUTLOOK IuniiRiiixn Co or to H I Jons W HoNAUKi Owingsville Kr iibscribors desiring a ohanpc of < SI Sddrfisa should nl vrnys give previous > L vMtess wbeit writing j I < T i < lorrenpondents when out of MH I t > rticry should mention fiiot on 11 rjifrnio IiJltlf paper Wo commission ia allowed to nny Vidyon subscriptions > TUB OUTLOOK is sent one yen r toritI i j1Jnt three months for thirtylive Livw 1 I JI J3tie I t t I 4 1 i ANNOUNcEMENTt 0 t il U r c FOR REPRBSKXTATIVK IFI t Waller Sharp of Sharittburg IIi nV 1 candidate for Representative from 4 Btt hunt Rowan eoinuiis Hiiiject w it in the action of the Democratic i s w 1 prty U Or I CfI f 4 i 7tJi t 5 f TUB Kentucky frinferitlDircetorV ntI 01 r tellvertising cuti1 tQtl on tillins n J rle...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 August 1905

t > l ltfthj 1 c J j r 1 c S 7 J 4 i r1 > < V fi F o t In 0 c 7 I r < 0 h < n = VOLxxvir OWINGSVILL KENTUOKVTJfURS Y iUST L 19051 < N tS 0 r Tobacddeulling is making pro brcss hott Roc Hart Gold n 2yearplil mule I I I tu J ft GonilpaBtcr for 110 SniKGtKs slOOOOO nice poplnr W shingles for sale T S ShRoim Geo T Young is the autbnnzcd fl agent of for OUTLOOK to collect I sl FSR SuE My residence and Wagon and toatn WWPOWEnn Dr G W Connor runkee tooth fil from the cheapest to iIf best 10 al r Foil SALE Good eecondlmnd 01 farm wagon Apply rit this olllce t The Forge Hill G A R reunion 11 01 t will be held Aug 31 srI 1 nnd 2 John Boaz fold Sid Hurt eeveri H teen short 2yearold caltlo for teeCn I 525 t II L Lane is ngent for Wiedor 111 t ninn bottled beer and Biidweiser 4o bottled and kerYV Export cattle in Montgomery rylf In t 5 per hundred tr AH who have property to fell lit ht public auction call on M D Paris re k Ho will give patiflfaction Born Saturday morning to DrS...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 August 1905

I k > s ifi w i 2 rtij I OWINOSVILLEOUTLOOK aOUTLOOK PUB CO PublisherS 1 ii OWlNGSVILLa KENTUCKY E < i WHEN I AM GONE l When I shall fold my hands In lasting leeji IL f t done the tasks < l me assigned I Vuitder will there be ome one to weep 4 Or will the world seem not to mind AVhcn I am gone 1 When I have passed away will some one T say I a r3lAs near my newmade grave he wan den by Slerii Death comes to us all to each his 5lera I day And then pass coldly on without a sigh jf1f When I am gone When I hare ceased my work will then ihen nonc S To place a rose upon my tomb r b And speak a word of praise for some deN done e 0 Some kind word said and mourn mg ir1s 4 doom 71 doomWhen t When I am gone < r Thomas Curtlq Clark In Chicago flee j 5ordHerald 1 o ItN A ROSE OF t Itk Jtr NORMANDY 7 WttlUH B A WttSOH 1 o p 1 4 CHAPTER VIILCosTWUED i Slowly they made their way to the rIght side of the Salle where between two windows overlooking the fosse Jr Madame de Montespan the reign...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 August 1905

S 4 a tb 1qL S I o q 1 I qL 1f 1 j I NEWS NOTES OF t GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected And Given to Oar Readers in a COM I Cdensed Form 9 f DOMESTIC AND FOREIgN ITEMS Ti I < A Summary of Prominent Events That I i h Have Taken Place During the Put lAblmc v Few Days The Movements of GoVernment Official A dispatch from Guntzellng the headquarters of the Russian army In s Manchuria says that the Japanese are concentrating at Lltzatal In the val 1 ley of the rivers Tzin Khoun and Gou nlan whence 10000 of them are ad Tanclng In a northwesterly direction At a meeting of the Chicago Typo q thetae it was decided not to make dtiy icentrcta on the eight hour day basis 4 and ia result a strike of printers In I tho job offices represented by the as sociation Is expected MichiganI I q for two nights and one day In a small rowbOat John Chartres and Miss Zel da Stewart of Evanston Ill were rescued Both were In a precarious condition 4 Kdwln H Conger of Iowa has re signed his post as Americ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 August 1905

n e t11ir l 1 1t 4 D P I y I l i < u DWiNGSVILLE OUTLOOK I OUTLOOK PUIJLISIIIKG CO 1f DWINGSVILLE y 4 0 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE S Address nil comrniijucatiohs lo THHV OUTLOOK PUIIMSHINO Co9 or lo Joii Vi 1IONALIC OwIngBVi It J J tr Ry 1 jSubrcnbcrs desiring changoof hdilrRps should always give previous tI luftlrcas whenNvrJting r Correflpondentu when out of lib cr lionery should nientfdn fact on a i jlJtjVparatpHlip V i eNn coraniiftsjon is allowed Loan ir FiiliKcriplionsTnB L TnB OUTLOOK Is sent one year f J1Cents lastf b et ten IB S Z THURSDAY AUG UST 31 1105 p w 1 1i AKO IIliIIlhcwrml is withheld ± 4L tInt the PlnnlUu GUllnl is p ro gr8Innkc1y TllK CIIr is unalterably opposed to paying the Mikado an imleiuni 4 ty I n tho first place he lutsnM i I d vilieniOniy and if be could borrow I ttllo needs lJ11i muney IiimeIftIII T i f TilK Paris Matin gut toil goats libiiFe for wool when it cables John c q > Rockefeller tCl play angel for 4 Uufsla in th6 matter of indemnity k loonoy T...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 September 1905

IJ r S t 0 t v r z 4 I f p IM 7I rv a oj I 1 I J Ji L i 7 ¼ 41 > b rj7 p g r r rl 70 tilf1YJ f f X 10 t f J 1 1 J tJ r V I 7 > 1 r j J I 1 flB 4 t Of tot Y b J < f I > f a J j 1 1 > otJ < 01 t 1 I M S r I i Jfl T it t T 1 1p 0 k ti7 JIk tJ r r BT h r I1I a4 L 7 > < c F r to n f o z 0 T 0 r 7 t I I cd J rfJol r y frt i Ie v r J JJ r yI i 1 I be mrncllt ulloak W 7f J J fJ r i i w r r r < r Iil tA thJjl > t i 1 f 7f tU 1 r VOL XXVII HH OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1905 dH N tf1 l 1 1rk Hogs are dropping In price 605 being he top at Chicago Monday FOR SuEMy reeldcnco and II 14 Nf 4wagnandteam WW POWER her t Dr G W Conner makea teethtow towJ J Jc II Wm Moore sold to Lite Hart n ton pair of 3yearold mules for 800J IngI I Again on Tuesday morning 4temperature was at the frost point day Re Tobaccocutting is going steadily oJ on now wherever it Is ripe enough N l HLLano IB agont for Wiedorn to Mn bottled beer and BudweiserM M I Os bottled and keg lU...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 September 1905

V li tto < < i 1i w > tJ 4 It > t y ot v l A JA k < It > > t i tK < t 1 iiI i f J J llIbuI t j to Jo S f fi01 o I sNTUCICf < 1 t k c 1 i f r 11 f CONFESSION r i v t fM 4 i little boy with wofderlnR eyes a t That for the light oC knwlroKc yearn Who have such fnlth thai I am wife And know the things that you would I I1learn i Though oft I shake my head and smile + b To hear your childish questions now t uI must not meet your faith with guile o I cannot tell I do not know 1 Dear little boy with eager heArt i Forever on tho quest oC truth iiYour riddles oCt are past my art < To answer to your tender youth r flit some day you will understand I The things that now I cannot say When life shall take you by the hand And lead you on Its wondrous way Dear little boy with hand In mine y Together through the world we fare 3 Where much that I would fain divine I have not yet the strength to War Like you with riddling words I ask LIke you I hold another hand And haply...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 September 1905

k e vs > Sc f iFEYfRS AFTEREFFECTS I Old Not Disappear Until the Blood I WM Renewed by Dr William Pink Pills rI Typhoid lever is sometimes called ner Tons fever During the course of nerI fever the nerves arc always profoundly ir S disturbed and when it is over they art I S left so sensitive that the patient haste 1 t be guarded against all excitement In tin tonic treatment then demanded regard i I must bo paid not only to building np flesh q > bnt also to strengthening the nerves Ai t remedy that will do both make sound 4k flesh to repair waste nud give new vigoi s k11 to feeble nerves is tho most convenient fr r I and economical Such a remedy is Dr I Williams Pink Fills for Palo People I Ono proof of this is tho experience of i Mr Charles Worth of East Vassalboro i Maine He S ysII I had a severe at tack of typhoid fever late in tho fall which left 1110 very weak and debilitated My heart palpitated my breathing be camo difficult after tho least exertion and S there was numbnes...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 September 1905

i 1 i < = X ki I 1 T i a1l I i to jt L i I t < r 1 u 4 I A rl > 1 1 2of 0 s C j OCO I T4 I f A 4 t < I I I o 1 i ro 4 1 4 i IN ADVANCE t f 1 i tr 41 1 I ti I l Le < Jj all communications torn t I t r VUTLOOIt PIBLISUINO Coor ii > gcJonN W HONnER Owingsville i r tt Ky f I Subscribers desiring change o fne i taddrellubould always give previous address when writing 0 y tCorreIPondent8 when out of stn I tionery should mention fact on a J r separate slip of paper c No commission is allowed to any i vy body on subscriptions 4 0 TH OutLooK is sent one jour 1A for one dollar FIX months for sixty Cents three months for thirty flvo Scents 1 > THURSDAY SElT 7 1005 1 t m The MeanlnRof It i S IThe following sectionnof the L 0tin cal Option law arc from the Ken < lucky Statutes The render ci Ili iee there is no loophole of ectIiev 1 k 1 on ihe part of any one who sells barters or loans any spirituous kA inous or malt liquors or any bev L erage liquid mixture or decoction 1...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 September 1905

io = J r 7 TJ J q c ir = t j rW 4 0 Y 1 < L J9iI u 4 JC 1 ty o r f > 111 IJJ 1O1 1 O1 vJ j ijF l I t it JI < A i 0 A < lp 4 if 10 tt < > < < f r 1 4 4 h 4 e k t c wi r ttJ f tJf1i I t r5 Lz o J I I lr > iiioo J l p t olI 50 1 l iV k 4 p > r e r < t r r f 4 qk Io 1 1 v t 0 t t Ui 3 il f t L > r f I 1 f r 7 r1 T 1jiI ft 1 Iu jiI J Ii it < f J rjit t t111llt 1 utLook L f I J fIIi I J > a l j JI 1t1Ii1Q i I t t j VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE < yTHURSDAYSEPT SEPTEMBER 14 1905 NO10 iJj FoRSALEMy residence and ffl Wagon and team WWPowER LfiGeo T Young ia the authorized I gent of THE OUTLOOK to collect F Dr G W Conner makes teeth I from the cheapest to the bust 10 I r H L Lane Is agent for Wieder p man bottled beer and Budweisor bottled and keg E Money saved by buying home r made saddles harness etc from Conroy Mt Sterling r Wm T Lathram sold his 101 Lfarm nenr Wyoming to Wm C Jackson for 6500 AlriK rain Sunday Sunday night SundaySundl1ynightI II the fa...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 September 1905

11 b > 11 t l i ssI 41 L 1 i CW f 1 1 OWINGSYILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUn CO PublllhtrL OyINGSVILLE KENTUCIa S SLEEPING I It DINIII the wee heart or yoq 1 Dle s Tour wee heart L I Siumberiand baby L 1 With lIps haIr apart With one dimpled nst 7tath your goldencrowned heaa And one like a NI6 lear Thrown tar on the lipread 0110to to Girlie owns my on Dad s best est baby Blossom haIr blown Pink bud unfolding liB petals so talr 1 4 Dlells foul Im Itoophllt And klsllnc ilur hair IItooplngSort r Sort Ihadows at play I playAre Are round youtxn crowdlnc crowdlncThe awayp p 1 With all ot my loving dtl Dut dear iyesobiue Dad lolng you more 1j Than the angels love you e One kfrs for your laIr And ont for your eyes And Qnp for the palm Where II Pink hnlow lIesl And one for your lIiisl And one for your roiln1 knee Oh babe In your dreaming h 2 Dream something ot me I M lcwI In houston 101lt I 0 A ROSE OF I r NORMANDY I r 1 J d WILLIAM R A WILSON J S CHAPTER X WHEREIN A SEA IS CROSSED A SE CRET lei...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 September 1905

I p b 4 kt b bH 7 j I < S f y BELIGXOTTS WORKERS 4 5 4 > The Rev L H Marshall pastor S of i 2 < St Barnabas Episcopal church of I Denver Colo for 31 years has i oSclated at 5000 baptisms 3500 funerals and 1700 weddings L A man 80 years old who by reason theiI S recognized head ot the Confuclanlsts In 4 5 the part of Korea where the Presbyter Ian mlssloi has been holding evange S listic services has now accepted Chris S T5 1 tianity His son has long been a 5 5 Christian and a church leader P Lard Radstock known as the S 4 Preacher Peer often delivers re S t Hglous addresses both In London and Ss jthe the provinces He actually founded In 4 Russia the sect known as the Pash koffskl which may bo best descrIbe1s S as synonymous with Blti Christians but the holy synod drove him out of Sflusia RussiaRev Rev O H E Rauch pastor of the It Reformed church Stroudsburg Pa Is an earnest worker among the young people of that place Some of them thS give a minstrel show and Mr Rauch S cordi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 September 1905

J r 4 i itLto oJ i piT OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK I r OUVfaObK PUBLISHING CO 1 OtUELLE KY iOtUELLE t SIMPER YEAR IN ADVANCE L 1 Address all communications to TUB OUTLOOK PIJUUSHINO Co or to i JOUK W HONAkER Owingsville J Ky I t Subscribers desiring change of r address shnuld1 ways give previous OJ address when writing I Correspondents when out of StR tionery should mention fact on a separate slip of paper tJ No commission is allowed to any 4d y on subscriptions z THE OUTLOOK is sent one year f for one dollar mx months for sixty cent three months for tbirtyBve cents 1 > 4 THURSDAY SEPT 14 1805 t 1urdensomeTaxaUon Ll 7 TAXATION in this town is burden tssome already and promises to be come more so The town dweller inr course pay the one dollar on I the hundred dollars of assessed 1 1 properly for State and county pur i poses In addition ibis year the town rate is sixty cents and tho j town school district rate is twenty fIre cents The total in one dollar f 1 1 1 and eightyOve cents The leg...

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