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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 November 1921

oWlNGSVlLLE ' N OUTLOOK, r 1 3i -J VOLUME XLII1 0WINGSV1LLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1921 NUMBER 17 it v m ZIt - mm 'J. ... ' -C3B mww- ft KiHoaid is able to lie o oh .ft a severe illness. VaU- jr the I5hs you can get m or wCtUtsiore olotu? the line. AN thread 5 rents a spoel nt (KXHHWStKK & CO'S. SHINOLBS FOR SALE. T. K. RATLIKK, Orange City. Make tatiw ttnkes, Try Daw Cttkc Ptottr. II. C. BYROX. V The Kentucky) Court of Append holds the absentee voting law an tonstltntioiml. . Jugt Received a shipment of j 2, DUna V KrhhwIm Salt. .1. R. STERLR. X ihmitigf allowed on the land' of tK lte 1!hh Iron Company. S. J. FEARING. Wc have some unusual values YeHHjr Me Over Coats. GOODPASTER &CO. "Ja afrtii.i 54 - - X. IL Rankin, of Carlisle sold two . hounds to, Tennessee parties for $260. ' Gat readjf for winter. Cole's Hot Bkst Hosier will do the work nt E. L. & A. T. BYROX We have Ladies late stlye Coats nt rsrt . . nri.c. GOOPPASTER &CO. Specials Saturday Nov. 12,...

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 November 1921

'4 'OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. rns. llll If M arling baby brightens home Children's Laughter a Pleasing Sound Mrs. Jansscn's experience of interest to childless wives. Millston, Wis. " 1 want to give you a word of praise for your wonderful "taedicine. We are fond of children, and for a considerable time after w . , ' - J . , . me orean rayour mcaicine,.ana snail uways recommend It highly." Mrs H. H. Janssen, Millston, Wis. ' Mrs. Held of Marinette, Wis., adds her testimonial for Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. She says: Marinette, Wis. "I was in a nervous condition and very irregular. Mv doctor advised an operation. My husband brought me one of your booklets and asked me to try Lvdia E. I'inKnam jTber6 &rni&nV. tTllTIV BUI. linTr.Hl my weakness so inn l now nave a neaitny naoy girl alter having been mar ried nine years. I am glad to recommend your medicine, and you mayuse my letter as a testimonial? Mrs. H. B. Held, 330 Jefferson St. Marinette. Wis. blessed...

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 November 1921

Ji&V v- & ..V ' v OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. CWINGSVILLE. KY. 1 jtE YOU A alth li Your Most Valuable Asset. Hero is How to Take Proper Care of It Vtabula, Ohio "During expee- my daughter took Dr. Pierce' jrito Prescription and had good s from Its use. She has threa ,4 xSV' byB and attributes their ciin to ner use or this rem- can recommend the "Pre- to any prospective .r. it will build her up In a . short time and make mother ed pleasunt" Mrs. J. E. Callow, A. F. D. No. 1. Go to your neighborhood drug tore today and get Favorite Pre scription in tablets or liquid. Write Dr. Pierce, rres. Invalids' Hotel In Buffalo, M. y., for tree confidential medical arrvjpa. PALMER'S LOTIOH SOAP CONTAINS THE -WONDERFUL PALMER'S LOTION AND I USE IT. ALL DRUGGISTS. CUARANTt t D IT SOLON PALMER mm ton ? FURS IN DEMAND I DASH AND COMFORT COMBINED American Peltry Is Thrilling in Expression of Style. sHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIb KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good kind" cHy it and you, will kno...

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 November 1921

'7 i. I V I I t :: : ' .. OWINGSVILLE OUUOOKi':.! OWINOSVILLE, --- KY. Published Weekly, Entered according to act of Cone-ess, nt the Owingsville, Ky., Post ot ee ns second-elaR.s matter. ITE TIUTLOOK'S Kiilneription ntes an ns follows: One Tear . ......... $1.50 Six Month . 75c. Three Months 45e. E. D. THOMPSON. Owlnssvllle, - - - Kentucky. THURSDAY, XOVEMBKR 10, 1021 OLYHPIA Mrs. D. W. Swnrtr. took licr littlo grandson, Lacy Parks to Winchester last week and hnd his tonsils and adenoids removed. Mrs. Dora Cook, of Logan West Virgiia, was the guest of her sister. Airs. Jim Jackson last week . She is on her way to Cincinnati for treat ment by an ear specialist. , Mrs S. J. Fearing spent the wool end with her daughter, Miss Marj Hell, who is attending Hamilton College, Lexington, Ky. Clyde Young and family have mov ed to Owingsville for the winter, so Ws children may attend school there. M. T. Case, of Frankfort, is the guest of his mother, Mrs Prudic Oase until after the election. N...

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 November 1921

...i'':";;" B' j' Bhw . A. . r f m'S- - . OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, Wr ' NUMBER 19 L i if - atr'l Half Wool Blankets. COOXS & CO. ir stock -at IlilU , Saturday. ' nml Pinto Rcanjs, at BYRON. SHINGLES VOR SALE. rHRATLIEF, Grange City tr. store, celery, t rnnbernes, at U. C BYRON. . . . rlhs your hams, butter nnd ep R.iG. BYRON and pet tbe highest market price. 'rwTilots'ior- vour stock nt Hills. on'Sales Day, Saturday, Novcm,. 2G. Received a shipment ofrj. s Kanawha Salt. J. I "'TKELE. 'ted .'hps at R. C. BKON.,' . " the lands' . . . jany. ;. . ...ing. ' v . ' - - ?RON. -V w val-- VkCO. ' jo hunU J in thi' fee J..L. Jjh tiling in dllast week. t " lumber. pgWa'ps jofijobacc arolmcrketMond.' , wtr - .1 IF A ftdethe alc l$hyl. '5c ? iliem jHrurkey mon - J Machine or a. ' .VAT. Bi KON ks.have pledged nd a half dollars (co Growers' A- looking ii ISlpat Daugherty, married tor ol for the, Wood Cali .fer tbe Jj-A-ears. estlmateif that the ' turkcv cwnty will' bring tb...

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 November 1921

"w .? V ... IT. i '. 9 ... 1 OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. N. f " ' AND THE SENATOR SUBSIDED -HEdlon' Rejoinder to Statesman Who ",. Had Corrected Hi Pronuncla. - ' tlon Was Crushina. X' Themns A. Edison, whose question naire 10 ctmegc grnauatcs cxcitea n good dcul of wrath In college circles, ft-, can hold lls own with anybody. Once at a dinner In New York a . learned senator from Ilarrnrd took .' -Tilr. I&ltatti to task for pronouncing . ' vIie word "curator" lu the Scottish ay the Inventor Is of Scottish Pros 'ytcrtan descent with the accent on ,- " Vne first syllable. "Mr. Edison," the wpntor Paid, "It 's t he usual custom tir fiilrJ.i?5 thin Vord cur-A-tor, following the analogy . . the Latin, In which tongue, ns ire doubtless nwnre, the penultl syllable Is long." , r "ink you," Bald the -great In - vI suppose you know, how- . . the Scottish custom to . y tne English, and r in Its first rather 'Ni5ut of course " -' of so learned . . v ' 'v . - luent an or-A- Uil'.ala r'ic Syrt....

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 November 1921

1m- V . - ." )..-..............1.l....ltl A SO not able uy. housework. . . '- consul ted 4 several ; . Sjdoctors but none seemed to give me .T?Per about Lvdia utuits ltwpuunu SO El aecieed ti 'jv It land before lip firs I bottle was gone I found cre.it rtHof an i nshg it untu I had taken Jes. Now I am very well and iy own housework. I can gladly ;end Lydia E. Pinkham's meat cine pg women." Mrs. Bertha fj. t. u., uavenswood, w. Va. i ' wary day of most housewives rfleicss treadmill or washing, . . Jeaninc mendinc. nwernino- id caring for little ones, IIow del the tasks when some de- 'Sit oi tne system causes head .ickachca, bearing-down pains "ousness. Every such woman -out by Mrs. Lierine's exneri- member this, for over forty . ma osa dccb rcaionng nealtn. . . h LF ,'d of r ; a luna , In the o wliom be lierer fSl married J Tried, my wife's Jade" my wife. the .father-in-law. and Jjfstepson. Then Xfrrod that boy. ' Jfer0thcr' because he Jpr; but he was also ' wife's stepdaughter. Of x...

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 November 1921

IP . t 1 4 r -. n 1 V. " A . . " . TV1- - - s .ofiLLE 0UTL00 iVlKGSVlLLE. - - - Entered according to act of Coj Cress, nt the Owinpsville, Ky., Post office br second-rlnss mntler. TTTR OUTLOOK'S snWriptron cites are follows: One Year $1.50 Six Months 75e. Three Months 4.V. E. D. THOMPSON. OwInrjsvlHe. - - - Xriturky TIirilSPAY. XOVEMRKR 24. 1021 GRANGE CITY Reverend Dan Murphy filled his riilnr appointment here Sunday. Elijah Keeves and pons, Ted and Xoah, from near Shelbyville, visit -William Reeves and family recently Jeff Darnell nud family, of Owings ville, visited S..R..Ratliff ami family last week. Thomas Copher and wife visited friends near Maysville Sunday Nov ember 13. Charles Norton of Lexington was here Sunday. Mrs. Cecil Thompson was a visitor at Mt. Sterling last week.. Mrs. Linnic Thompson is conval escent. " Mrs! EUn Stone, of Harvey, Illi nois, has heen visiting her parents, ( Frank Phelps and family. - SLATE VALLEY ' Mrs. Dora Crouch visited her sis ter Mrs. JIva Ho...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 February 1922

aWINGSVILLE UJME xun OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1922 jimpr- OUTLdOK '0 All the repair parts for the Yul rnii plow now fu our stock. J. R. BROTHER & CO. Rend the adveHiing columns of 'the Outlook. They eontain .-ome- Ihing of interest to you. PERSONAL Mr. Jacob Kincnid has pneumonia. David William-on is ill at his home of an attack of flu. V Mrs. .1. R. Steele and Mrs. Fine lot of Iocut Fence and Cor ner poMs. K. I- & A. T. BYRON CIRCUIT COURT NOTES Circuit Court convened Monday, Kelt. 20, for the February term, -ludge Henry V. l'rewitt presiding, Progress Of Schools Shown That the advancement and pro gress of Rath county rural schools is assured, ca'ini't lie denied when it Reese t,,r the State. The Jud; (fl Wells went to Cincinnati Sunday on thi law-abiding element of hi and V. C. Hamilton representative j is known that thirty-eight hoys and siliet-o For Rent or Sale House lot, and garden on Slalo nvenue, Owingsville, Ky. Apply to 2t nARRY METCALFE Reinem...

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 1922

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. "ST - r i V 0 . - . . A SWEET LITTLE IY BOY Makes a Bright Spot in Every Home. A Comfort in Years to Come Park Rapids, Minnesota. "I have taken your medicine Lydia E. Pink- inara s vegetable Compound when I was a girl for pains and before and after my marriage. I now have a aweet little baby boy and will Bend vou !' nirtura if you to publish it. My i. .era also take your medicine and find it a great help, and I recom mend it to those who suffer before their babies are born." Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Box 155, Park Rapids, Minn. To marry and arrive at middle ago without children is a great disappoint- k ment to many women. Think of the joy .jaa eomiort otner women nave in tneir Vuldren as they grow older. ;.Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- ound has helped to bring great happi ' ess to many families by restoring wo- ju to health. Often the childless home 'is doe to a run down condition of tho Vife, which may be helped by Lydia 3. Pinkham's Vegetable Comp...

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 1922

1 A, OWINQSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE, X Ilk - t f It t , uod t an they - J and Stop le System .mes Overloa th Uric Aci. ' PainesTllIo. "After I had - rho flu and pneumonia I was slclc "(th Inflammation of the stomach and liver and at times had been Terr had for a month or more with kidney trouble. I began taking Dr. Pierce's Anurlo (kidney and back ache) Tablets nnd these medicines helped me Terr much. I hare not had trouble with my kidneys sine I hope Dr. Plerce'i rented!? mar do for others wnat they hare done for mo." Mrs. I. M. Wheeler, It. F. D. 5. Box 102. Don't wait for serious kidney all xnent to set In. Helptyour weak ened kidneys with Dr. Pierce's An nr At all drug stores or send ? o Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel jffalo. N. T.. for trial package KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good toncT cIry it and you will know why Let's Go. "Well, that's settled!" sighed the mnn to his wife the other evening, after he. apparently, bad been ruminat ing over the hollduy nightmare. "No...

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 1922

r A ! V - OWIHGfcflllE omooK;,-: OWlXGSVlliLE. - - - - KY. ',!.. afternoon in nresence of j imir.udvii-'Lits . Published Weekly, Entered according to net of Con cress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post office as 8eeond-eIass matter. THE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as foVows: One Year $1.50 Six Months 75c. Three Months 45.. E. D. THOMPSON, Owlngsvllle. - - - Kentucky. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1022 STEPSTONE Stnnlcy Goodpnster has moved 1 the James Shront house, vacated ly L. B. Wilson. George Payne, wife and daughter, who have all had the flu, are geltirg along fine. Mrs. Wills and daughter, of Ml. Sterling, visited her daughter, Mr. Robert Garrett the past week. John Stull moved to the Burl Stull place, vacated by Stanley Goodpas ter. Will Conley and wife pave n dance last Tuesday nipht. A large crowd attended and all had a nice time. -Clifton Johnson and wife pave a dance last Friday nipht and all re Iort a pood time. Loyd Alexander is visitinp his sis. ter, Mrs. Virgil Montjoy at M...

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 1922

rr-a n r - fT- dQti. ' . ,. f S,7& 1 - a -. V. r ; J OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLIII OWIKfiS'lI-LE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1922 HL'KZIR S3. 1 1 a daughte c 7. . 1- K r- - - t Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crooks, of Peeled Oak neighborhod. -Alice Tate. Fine lot of locust Fence and Cor. ner posts. K. 1 & A. T. BYRON. Walter Hogge, linotype operator, of Morchend has accepted a position with the)vensboro Messenger. . .'Kcad the adverting columns of the Outlook. They contain some- ...tw.'. 1 interest to you. Word was received here Wednes day of the death of Mrs. Reeves, wife of Dr. Reeve, of Hillsltoro, at . a hospital in Cincinnati. Get our prices on coal, lumber, lime and cement before baying. Right) prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO V. Hemstitching Summerh,)r- Have your SuTing and Hemstitching at the SpecialK)hio' is viMting-ttU Wling. U yhy R M Q'iw Shoppe, in Mt. St wo harms tor Rem or bate, I One near Olympia and one neat Iwcr Slate bridge. Good tob...

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 1922

t i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVIL KY. T t 1 . lit d 4- V SHE LOOKS SO WELL AND HAPPY See the rich, red blood, the sian " .of health, showing in her s. ' lovely cheeks. Some wowen have naturally beauti ful complexions that tell you there Is plenty of richness In their blood. Their figures become well formed, supple, rounded, ami graceful. Those are the results of rich, red blood, and plenty i of It. There Is no need of being thin and scrawny from poor blood. Oct a few bottles of Guile's IVpto-Mangan take -It with your meals for a few weeks." It wHI give you plenty of red blood, lly building up the blood, you give the entire system a chance to re store Itself naturally, and that brings natural bloom and beauty and all tha effects and Joys of good health. Get Gude's Pepto-Mancan at your drug .glst's In liquid or tablet form. Adver- tlscr&cnL Jud Tunklnt Jud Tunklns says "some men are thermometers, contonted to hnng nd ami see what's solus on with- eiplng things one way or another....

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 1922

Q OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. ' Eat, Sleep, Worn. Feel Better Than in Twenty Years-" I Give This Entirely to TANLAC It has made a new man out of me. This expe rience, related byE. C. Bayne, contractor, of 124 South HonoreSt., Chicago, may be your experience alto if you take Tanlac, the world's most famout system builder. Feel fine, as nature intends you to feel. Get Tanlac today. At all good druggists. SLOW DEATH Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi culty in urinating, often mean serious disorders. The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles COLD MEDAL bring quick relief and often ward off deadly diseases. Known aa the national remedy of Holland for more than 200 yean. All druggists, In three sizes. f t tV fee the nun Cold Medal on crmry box and accept imitation I will redoes Inflamed, rtreUea ! JelBts, Stvabu, Braises, sort Baackea; Heals BeJ,FoB Em,Qaltter, FUtata aad talected area qcdcSdy aa It I a positive antiseptic ana I rennlctde. Pleasa...

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 1922

as-- Vs 1 1 i " - T 0W1NG8VILLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE. - - - - KY. Published Weekly, Entered according to act of Con tress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post office as cccond-elass matter. TOE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as follows: One Year $1.50 Six Months .... ........ 75c. Three Months . ... 4!. E. D. THOMPSON, Owingsville. - - - Kentucky THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 1022 STEPSTONE Mrs. Callie Hasan, whose hen nests have been robbed each dav f y sometime nnd chickens dUnpocn'--inir, decided to find out what it wn, nnd being successful he c.vii'ht t'le burglar, which was an opossum. Mrs. II. S. Hit t pilfer of Mt. Slc-- Hnjr and little grandson, visited Mrs., A. M. Crouch nnd Mi- Mildred On . rctt, also her brother, Richard fiar- MVtt. John Williams, or Mt. Sterlin;. spent one dav llii week with !" sister, Mrs. Xaney Harriett Will iams. Luther Kendall nnd wife cntc-- taincd several of the young folk at their home one night lat week. uiennan iipton, (colored) and wife placed their baby in 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. — 9 March 1922

. . 7.- : i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK NUMBER 34. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1922 VOLUME XLIII r yk - ;::::':L HI., 'ST 1 i m David Wiliittirlsotl continues 111 flt his htime on Slate avenue: ' "Delicious Sweets" on Sale il R. Ci Rvron's. 21 Many farmers lire" making prepar ations to sow tobacco beds; Fine lot of locust Fence arid Cor. ner posts. K. L. & A. T. BYROX. Chas. ITornback and family are movinfr into the liouse vacnted by Robt. Duff on Main street. A C. Hendrix and wife are recup . -ing from an attack of influenza at their home on Main street. Wick Shields and wife are moving i to the farm known as the Ralls farm NJjelonging to Robert Shields, near ' Sharpshurg. Get oar prices on coal, lumber- lime and cement before buying. Rig! prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CA Unusul Happening Green Dennis, of the Peeled Oak neighborhood, had a swarm of young fcees to lenve the hive on Feb. 21. Ellis Reid, son of Dick Reid, and 'Miss Myrtle Snedegar, daught...

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 1922

Y"- iiirtt I s " " I OWINGVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE. KY. it 79 YOUNG GIRLS NE Mothers, watch your Daughters' Health Health Is r rom uie lima a Rirl roaches the ge of twelve until womanhood is es tablished, she needs all ti e care a uiougnuui mother can giv The condition that tiio pirl is thon passing through is so cri tica!, and may have such far-reaching effects upon her future happiness and health, that It is almost criminal for a mother or guardian to withhold counsel or ad vice. Many a woman has suffered years or prolonged pain and misery through having been the victim of thought lessness or ignorance on the part of those who should have guided her through the dangers and difficulties that beset this period Mothers should teach their girls what danger comes from standing around with cold or wet feet, from lifting heavy articles, and from over working. Do not let them over-study. t'y .complain of headache, pains in the back and lower limbs, they need a mother's thoughtful care 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. — 9 March 1922

-St&f -.- OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLF. K .'. via if - V -,-... V AID FOR MERCHANT MARINE IS URGED PRESIDENT HARDING PRESENTS CONCRETE PLAN TO KEEP FLEET AFLOAT Customs Levy Would Supply Ship Sub sidy Other Provisions For Uphold ing America's Pride On Sevei Seas Naval Reserve Is Provided. Washington. Solution of the Amer ican merchant marine problem wns put squarely up to Congress by President Harding, when he appeared heforc a 3oint session of tlie Senate and House of Hepresentatlves -with a message set ting forth In detail a concrete plan tor the rehabilitation and maintenance of an adequate merchant murine through Government aid. The Administration plan baset' upon comprehensive Study of the subject by members of the United States Shipping Board and other maritime experts eon oemed with the restoration of Ameri can commercial supremacy on the high seas, contemplates the return to rrirate Interests of the gigantic fleet of United States merchant ships built iurlnit the Wor...

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 1922

- . -tit I - V- - ---- "VV- i - o ' " ' . i li- 0W1NGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE, - - - - KY. Published Weekly, Entered according to net of Con cress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post office as seccnd-elnss matter. THE OUTLOOK'S subscription rates are as follows: One Year $1-50 Six Months 75c. Three Months AT-c. E. D. THOMPSON. OwIng?vllle. - - - Kentucky. THURSDAY, MAliCII 0, 1022 SALT LICK Rev. William Kelly (Evangelist t-Iosed a three weeks' meeting nt fie M. E. Church Sunday night. He made vnny friends while here, who hope for his return sometime. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Chas. Lath ram were in Lexington to see Mrs. D. V. Lngrcw who continues qnilo ill Mrs. Addie Parks visited rela tives in Owingsville a day or two the past week. Miss Underwood, of I.tuiville, i sl-iitHrrapher at Si.lt Lirk Lumber Co.'s fVcv during the illiie.-s of Mr. Kvereit riizzcll. vim was operate on in a Lexington hospital about two weeks ago. He had recovered suf ficiently to be brought to his home here last Satur...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
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