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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 March 1922

fOK. OWINGS -LE, KY. : . FARM CHEAP LAND Why Western Canada Agricultu rists Are Smiling. Low Overhead Expense and Bountiful Crept Have Enabled Them to Overcome Agricultural Depression. The recent agricultural depression "brought to the eyes of the world the fact that one of Its basic Industries was likely to suffer a severe blow un less steps were taken to secure a rem edy. Physician after physician ap plied remedies, but even parllamenta- flans and newspapers were unable to place their finger on the pulse that would respond. As It appears today, It was a rpasmodlc wave due to the ebb and flow of the tide of readjust tnent that was bound to follow a dis turbance such us the Great War caused. Psychologically It was bound to change; there wns rertntn to be a re flex movement that would bring ngrl rulturnl conditions back to the place where they normally and rightly be long. Efficiency and sound business Jndg' tnent nre needed more In agriculture today tlinn ever before nnd are as Im p...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 March 1922

0 m XI. r llWINifKvl I I r II 1 1 I I fifW i.t IKlcSV'll.t.F. - . . t"f . "'iian lnt:icr ami kind ncigniior. Published Weekly, Entered according to net of Conn-ess, lit tho Owingsvilli, Ky., Pot office n serond-rlasp matter. THR OUTLOOK'S inscription rtw nrr ns fol'ows: One Tear ........ Six Month .... Three Months ... .Tl.."1 75c . E. D. THOMPSON. Owlnosvllle, ... Kentucky. THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 11122 OLYMPIA R:loy Ingram, n-red (iS years, died Marrh 22, of pneumonia at -his home on Little Salt Lick, after nn illness or Sive dnys. M"r. Ingram wa- a wc'l Known citizen nnd likrd hy all who knew him. He was a brother of fad Ingr.Mii, decca-ed. and wns a mem- ler of the Baptist Ohnreh. He :tj survived bv his wife, five daughters . and four .-.on-, Mr-. Winnie Johnson. , la-t Sunday. Mrs. J. E. McKin'ey, Mrs. W. II , Xcxt Sunday and Sunday night Ponders, Mrs. Herbert Long, Mr. will be Hro. Croueh's regular ap Robert Brooks, Ledford. Thoma-. pointinciits here. Winfred and Vernon, two si-te...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 April 1922

- ' . ' - -rv . ILLE OUTLOOK i. 3 r-3 E XLlll OWIKGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1922 DUMBER 39 - . S . - . .- ' -- ' i . m to w Mt.,-those ;h Seliool teau High School tear Efo re 61 7 to C. Itioucbt tbe intfcr- j Watson lliomils in crv More. ,'und 10 inch llowc T. BymnV haril t ' uli will hnvc 11 sal odpaster & Co.'t lernoon at - p. m. vil of Carlisle lo- -used in liuying fur rest nom. ,s on coal, lumber. y before buying, night 'nipt delivery. ,2R YOUNG COAL C.t a ight year old sofx oi Keyiiolds. " tr, of near tappendiciti i Mondax ; V. of Morehcnl, wn . frillc last week to male thc prave of Henry ep in Stock. . iibcr.. Barn patterns' 'yrn a specialty. 4 -v .1 CO., Salt Lick, Ky. , expect.' to oepin thej ret on her debts i 'e.s this fall and as V jmssiMe will begin principal. ,"W!iy Not Tiie Best? ' SinjrltuComh. RIi-h'iy Island Ben cgss for scjting, .1.0. for i(5. . JlltS. JNO. It. iEU, Phone Xo. 120 OwingMjie, K . Tae capital htock of the Stand.ir-' Oil ompnny in Kent...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 April 1922

i I 1 OWINGSVILLE QTJTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. A i W WRKLE Spanish Doubloons By CAMILLA KENYON Juicy Fruit, Peppermint and Spearmint are certainly three delightful flavors to choose from. And WMCLEY'S P-K the new sugar-coated pepper mint gum, is also a great treat for your sweet tooth. All are from the Wrigley factories where perfection is the rule. Save the wrappers Good for valuable premiums C3l I. uteu to Be. Tlia exorbitant prices thnt prevail all over the world led Col. Charles L. Forbes, director of the Veterans' bureau, to say at a reception In Wash ington : "These unreasonable prices nutural ly made men think that post-war mor ality In the business world Is more rapacious than pre-war morality was. "It used to be that a man was con tent to hold his own. Today lie In sists on holding other people's." MOTHER! OPEN CHILD'S BOWELS WITH Copyright. Th Bobb-MrrUl Cocnptoj (CHAPTER XVIII Continued.) 21 "I sucroM." said Pupild. "Hint, our numbers limine most forttiiuitcly di minished m...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 April 1922

OWING 3 V TLLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. eed Strength and erve Power Take NLAG d' GreaSett Tonic PALMER'S L0T10H SOAP CONTAINS THE WONDERFUL AK'n I Iter it ALL DRUGGISTS. j.'jlf SOLON PALMER miw roan !G PIN TOBACCO . as good land it and you know wla tanBBaBflflflflBaaaaanaMHBaH 1 Reduces Bursal Ealarce 1 reents. Thickened. Swollen . lTlBiBe,CBrb8,Fllled (Tend obi Soreness from Braliet er Strains; stops , Spavin Lameness, allays pain. J Does not blister, remove the J hair or lay np the horse. Only J a few drops required at each application. $2J0 a bottle at sts or delivered. Book X A tree. tCNC. be 311 TeauJe Sl. SpriatCeU. Him. Shaw and His Critic 'rd Shaw is not the hardened , that ho has sometimes lieen He Is full of pood humor. ne ago he was rending si par iltter attack on himself. to him by one of his friends. , . Uie clipping attentively, and rnlng to his friend, said: ,tppallngly this follow punc- ls sentences. DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND . SWAMP-ROOT ' Kor many yr jiupgifU have watch...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 April 1922

4 UW;HCSVILLE OUTLOOK I'uiilisn.sl tikiy, l.V n-l Kir-oriiic l.i ..- ,,f r.n . Hip lll.;fill . K.. I'mx Cr siTi-nd-t 'm Miillr -P OP'- O'Mr-c; .,. ,.r;R,i. '"-,r ...................,.. 1 So " - Vn!li TV Tr. n Months ...... A'.- :' E. n THPaT.rjH. 'RSnY -tin. .i.i'uc .. vcr low v.-ith aiHn-ilici"..-. ..n. Fit:, '.icr 1) 1 s t., u)' i'lc-.n u:-,r. is i .'in- In r daughter, ir-. Dallas '.IinV'"'! ami sjimt one tl.iy with Ur-as 'iml;rcll ami family. FEELED OAK II s. .Mii5i Hurt is very ill. " T. JIvcis ami Claude YouiiK were in LcMti;;ton Thursday. lYyj.r C. ntc:s, c2 Mt. Sterling, uVi !:: . 1 cp'i vis'!!!" T11 . tniitlicr. I , . 'tnUrUv j ,' ''"v Hart cr :i Tew tlas ami Ai'It 1"! Ifr'' i ui'iit',-t.o:n? icair v.-ork or. lirr li'Stsr. " ' icltirr.&l Ionic Wctlm-stla;-. He anil I SHERIFF'S SALE A:. ov-Sliciiir of IS.it h 0 Kilty I A-i'l .'!Vir l'u -.ilr i the. hi-rhfut and 1 1 .t !i.!il..r .... ill., i.ri.iili...... lit 111.. 111M Orvnmian Sniiii"s Hotel at the hour lew days to make ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 April 1922

f J OWIkISV ; OUTLOOK jr. VOLUME XLiii OWINGSVI' LE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922 t NUMBER 40 ILLE v f Hal 1 V aV. u J . z' fa km SS'-iSC -.i; ''V' Lextngfon Cream, lite lc( llonr in lb world, sold liy ( KKKR ft WBt.LS. N run rnns. nave lyuiRiii a new LlnleniationnlsrX'oa 'truck for use in delivtrihp iheirlrfHvli. Gfct odr p"Hefcs on coal, lumber, lime anrl cement before baying. Right prices and prompt delivery. " THE WALTER YODNG COAL CO Xonton Duff and Keller (iivcn iiave buupht the eonl, prain nnl feed business of I. P. Tal.b nt Mt. Sterl ing. Karly piahts for snfo, Toftintoes, oiibbiipo; eahliflower, ejrp plant, sweef pepper s.weet iotatoes. MnuleV seed. 3t JOHNSTON A. YOUNG. FOR SALE Bred pits, nc type Poland China subject to register. Al-o open pit nnd pis. 5t WM. fiAItXKK, OwiiijjHville, Ky. REO, BUS LINE The Heo Hu roils twifd daily bo 'wctn Uttinpflrille Ami Pari?, viti Mt. Srlinp. I make connection with tbe 7.15 C. & O. train at Mt. Sterling. ESPA MAZE, Mjjr. Loc...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 April 1922

t O WINGS VI. OUTLOOK. OWING KY. J GIVE THEM Baker's Cocoa TO DRINK "JHE almost unceasing activ ity with which children work off their surplus energy makes good and nutritious food a continual necessity. Of all the food drinks Bakers Cocoa is the most perfect, supplying as it does much valu able material for the upbuilding of their growing bodies. Just as - good for older people. It is delicious, too. of fine flavor and aroma. Mad only by WALTER BAKER & GO. LTD. Esubtnhtd 1710 DOPXHESTER. MASSACHUSETTS BooUm of Choice Rcapal mm free Mothers!! Write for 32- Page Booklet, 'Mothers of the World" 9 f Par. Process Lloyd The Loom Products Uord Mfg. Co. Dart S Baby CorrUjes aFunuhirr Use This Coupon The Uoyd Mf. company f..i. '4 - A-UO .thmiiIxim Uith. au Slate.. Germany her people Paper Marks and Gold IX J on hold German ifarka write for free pamphlet No. S3. ATLAS TBUST StCL'BITIES CO. 720 Central National Dank Building ST. LOUIS, MO. The girl with th- dreamy eyes is not apt to put n...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 April 1922

own LE OUTLOOK, OW . ILLE. KY. I . ) tt. :--. v. y?i .... viv . "We 7 cold water; directions on each packace. Used on plaster, wall board ano an wail surfaces. White and artistic, durable tints. Cross and circle printed in red on each packaee. SPECIAL STENCIL OFFER We vrill supply cut itencila to any titer of Alabaitine one tencil for eich rooin requiring not leu thin tiro package. !f you will end the Urge word ALABASTINE cut from the face of the packages over the croii nd cirele, accompanied bjr 13c in itampa or ulrer for each tttncil detired, covering pottage and packing. Write for free booklet, "Nature Beautiful Tint." THE ALABASTINE COMPANY IMS GnndnlU Arena Crud Rapid. MIcUi an HAIK NETS AND ARMENIANS Interesting Comparison Between Cost of the Former and the Clothing of the Latter. The hair net milady wears would clothe several orphan children In Ar menia for more than six months. That Is, the cost of them woutd. Even Ar maria n orphans are sometimes more modot-than milady. Exe...

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 April 1922

... .A fm - m mm l'r I ' - - - u - . M 0W1H5SVILLE OUTLOOK o'.vinusville, ... Published Weekly, - KY. Entered according to act of Con ctvss, nt the Owingsville, Ky., Post 08W n second-class matter. TIIR OUTLOOK'S subscription rntps nr as follows: One Year $1.50 Six Mnnth .................................. 75c. Three Months 45. E. D. THOMPSON, Cwlnqsvllle, - - - Kentucky. TUESDAY, APHIL 20, 11V2Z Howard is contacting a scries ofl nu'otmira. He will begin :i niectiiij; here sometime during Miiy. STEPSTONE Mrs. A. B. Thomasson and eliildren of Ml. S-terlinjr, spent Saturday with her mother, Mr. Callie laj?in....Vil lie Cancnter and family, of Ruiirlioii Cail fiarrett and family, of L. & 11 Jiirition, Clay Jones and family, Luther Kendall and wife, .1. M. Steele TNimas Donoliew and 1 B. Wilson spent Sunday with O. ". Kineaid nud wife.... Hollie Carpenter and fam ily, of Bourbon moved in with his father Hoc Carenter this week. Rcllio is in very bad health.... Char lie Blevins, of Bou...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 July 1922

ft VJGSVILLE OUTL t i I OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1922 BATH COUNTY TO VOTE ON BOND ISSUE OX SEPT. 1(5, 1022 THE VOTERS OF BATH COUNTY WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY OF EXPKES IN; THEMSELVES 10 K OH AGAINST (JOOI) HOADS AND ALL IMPROVEMENTS THAT (30 HAXI) IX HAXI) WITH THEM. OX THIS DAY THE POLLS IX EYEHY VOTING PHECIXCT WILL UK OPKXEI) AXI) VOTKHS WILL HE ASKED THE Ql KSTION, "ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF ISSUING THREE HUN DRED THOUSAND ($300,000.00) DOLLARS IN BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF BUILDING ROADS AND BRIDGES?" IK Y(r A HE AX ADVOCATE OK HOOD HOADS, IK YOl RELIEVE IX PROGRESS AXI) DEVELOPE MKXT, IK YOl WANT HATH COUNTY TO HAVE WHAT OTHER COUNTIES A HE GETTING, THEN YOU WILL VOTE 'YES.' UPON THE HESl'LT OK THIS ELECTION WILL DEPEND THE FUTUHE OF YOUR COUNTY. BY IT WILL HE DETEKMINKD FOHEVEIt WHETHER OK NOT THE (iHEAT NAT IONAL IHOIIWAY KNOWN AS THE MIDLAND TRAIL WILL HUN THROUGH YOUH COUNTY AND THUS CONNECT YOU UP WITH THE I EST OF THE WOULD. IF THIS OPPOHTUNITY IS LET CO BY THE...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 July 1922

4GSVILLE OUTL( OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1922. QUESTIONS and ANSWERS ABOUT THE PROPOSED ROAD BOND ISSUE Q. What is the amount of the proposed bond issue? A. The total amount ns submitted to the voters at tin1 election on Sep tember lfith will he for $300,00(1.. Q. If the liontl issue should currv when is it proposed that the bonds will he issued? A. As needed to cover the cost of construction of hard surface road work. Q. Where and how will this mon ey he used ! A. The Fiscal Court will make an order showing just how the money will he spent and where, nnd this order is not subject to change bv any subsequent. Fi-cul Court. It has the force and effect of a contract and has been so adjudged by tin; Court of Appeals. The first order will he for bonds to cover the coun ty's share of construction work on. the Midland Trail nnd will probably be for $150,000. Q. Will the county get financial help from other sources? A. On roads npproved for Federal and State aid the county ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 July 1922

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE, KY. olr fnmUtes mice. Such :eed. " Some ndred miles mes In the purchase ! farms In districts In parts of thoy may cure land y will see rheat that 0 bushels lelds, bar crnss and llty that and cst my ta I of idld hat une the 'ay. ner ped t. RY Re- U I ose : In ,the we go- 1 at avy lere Up- nur ped, 'one f the lient Jwaa I me. laud jl the lithe Ann N8 and ed. r BS :h ae e i- o AR 'ARIET 7 ELEANOR H. PORTER ELOSTRATIONS BY R.H.LIVINGSTONE. COPYRIGHT BY ELEANOR H.PORTER 1 wns specially glad mi account of limine such a dreadful time with Fu ther tint morning. I moan, I was feeling specially louesiimu and home sick, anil not-bclonglug-anywhcre like. lie never cmmi spoke at the break-fabt-tnhle. (He wasn't there hardly long enough to speak, anyway, and he never ate n thine, only his roffee I mean he drank It.) Then he pushed his ehalr hiiek from the table mid stalked nut of the room. lie went to the .station with me; but he didn't tulk there much, only to a...

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