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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 August 1922

JGSVILLE OUT! 3 FORD PATTERSON A. T. BYRON H. .1. LACY .V.U VICK T. S. SHROUT J. F. CONYERS .JACK OWINGS F. M. HIMSTOW HI I. ICY CHANDLER G. W. BELCHER V. K. KIXCAID SA.M'L .1. FEARING WALTER YOUNG A. X". DENTON II. J. DAILY " EDGAR T. DENTON It. C. BYRON MRS. ROSA JL JONES E. L. BYRON MRS. CARRIE LACY J. B. GOODPASTER MRS. J. R. BROTHER .1X0. R. AJLMERMAN Y. II. CROCKETT A. P. DONALDSON R. T. WELLS JOHN" T. KIMBROUGH XICK REII) ESPIE C. BARBER JOHN II. JONES JAS. 1). CLARK F. 1'. IIENDRIX B. JI. GOODPASTER D. V. DOGGETT L. A. GOODPASTER SAJI JONES S. D. THOJIPSON CABE SXEDEGAR L. D. BROTHER S. J. CROUCH R. L. STONE ARLEY TOY J. B. DONALDSON JUKE CARPENTER J. W. LESTER CLARENCE HORSEMAN DAVIS SORRELL CHAS. R. NORRIS B. A. SHROUT O. S. MANLEY -? S. F. OWSLEY X. A. SHROUT C. V. YOUNG JIRS. S. C. ALEXANDER JOHN V. SHROUT Y. A. JONES OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, Bond Issue Has Strong Backing The Road Bond i-Mio is hems ndvo.-iiled by leading citizens .s.-attercd over all p...

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 August 1922

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE. KY. GOAL PRIORITY RULE IN EFFECT Atlanta's Memorial to McKinley RAILROADS TO GET FUEL FIRST UNDER PREFERENCE ORDERS OF GOVERNMENT Latest Action Follows Long Cabinet Meeting Borah Proposes Establish ment of Board to Study Problems of the Mine Industry Would Na tionalize Industry. Little Miss Charlotte King of Georgia (left) and little Miss Hetty Seeds of Ohio, at tlie unveiling of the McKlnley memorlnl tablet at Piedmont Park. In Atlantn, On. ' The bronze tablet enme from the martyred president's native state, while the Mock of granite rnme from Stone mountain. FAIR GOAL PRICES "TURKEY KING" FOUND SLAIN ift iinnurn m a ll i ' "w ,w -h HIIIIVrK P I AN ' of Winchester. Ky. Poultry IV IIUU I La 1 1 I la 111 I CAR SUPPLY WOULD BE CUT IF MINE OWNERS SEEK TO PROFITEER Operators, Officials and Rail Heads United In Backing Scheme For Dis tribuottn of Fuel Public to Be Safeguarded. Washington. Agreement upon n ten tative plan for the distribution of coal and ...

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 August 1922

NGSVILLE OUTL L ft frid fat last ar jsit- D.M ron, of 'of Irs. !ncd Junt chil- tvere ent and ter. aro !ts, hil- iip's Iss ied I at jay, Lee I Bit far- ere a lay. J. in e OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1922 Citizens Throughout County Are Backing BOND ISSUE That the proposed Bond issue originated with the citizens of Bath county and is being strongly advocat ed by representative tax-payers scattered over all parts of the county, cannot be denied. Below isiveu the iiaiiies of tho-e citizens who compose the Citizens' Publicity Committee "ho have from time to time care fully anil intelligently investigated all phases und features of the proposed Bond Issue and who have for the past four issues of the Outlook used this space in which ti set out such facts and figures us they have found to be absolutely correct. Among the following list of names will be fonnd men who-e integrity and honor the public has long depended without cause for regret. They are recognized as men who wou...

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 1922

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. RNATIONAL hool TRAINS HALTED NEWS " ' ' ""m-v received his , ..: r " ii1 prohibition Lloyds fifliy Carnages OFurrdliz Ask Your Local Deali Write Now for 32-Pa n ., , 1 1 ""wnrSam fol . 'aS 1,POn a wHertnr In ll.o IN THE DESERT CULLINGS Rrom Kentucky ........... reicnue service for several RAILROADS SEEK MEANS TO RES- I I'rankfort Kin-ii ,...,.... - 'Kit. D. D.. tlie Moody Paper Union iuukists STRANDED AT VARIOUS POINTS Temperature at Needles Reported At 20 Decrees conn hes were approved by tl. Slate Initio All ii... i r . - ' ' " -v lollow : Wood- frd. .v'i.(r.'i.s!ii: .lohnson. .?v.:::k;.777 l-ln,.i. vino....... numbered -nil , - ',r" ,,,,,I,K free delher r L i, Illustrated Booklt. - - - - . v. muttering Among the Passengers, Who Spend ut on ,.V .. " "1111111. d ' mree jirrit-r- .... ....... . t,,M ,,.s v i:-v - -a-i in i ue upen Air. JiT 20. .1 EXILE or our God i. for gootl. -Ezra 9:1- 'rayer for rarer for OH TOPIC L.T TOPIC nd an Op. MO). (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. — 24 August 1922

NGSVILLE OUTU OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1922. GREAT QUESTION TO BE VOTED ON BY THE PEOPLE OF BATH Shall We or Shall We Not Have Some Permanent Highways? IT BATH Col'XTY WILL VOTK THAT AT LEAST THE l'RIMAKY THK STATU FOR MAINTENANCE. way ix Tin: county ix Tin: u EST HKillWAY I'RO.IECT THAT COUNTY WII.I. VOTK "YES" ox MAKK A MOVK FORWARD. THK I'oi; MAINTENANCE AND WK C ler roads of tiik county w because thi: entire ijoad it be used ox tiik secondary A ItoM) ISSI K Ol' f.Klll.lliMi.lill TIIKI.M-: IS EVERY ASSURANCE system ok roads can be completed axd turned over to thkkk are about (il mii.ks of tdk most i.mi'oktaxt road u'lmary systk.m, including tiik midland trail tiik firkat iias ever bkkx i'ndkijtak kx". ik tiik citizens ok thk tiik bond issue question on september 1c.th., tiikn wk primary systkm will i'.k completed axd takkn over an tdkx oiye our attkntion to thk secondary or smal itii tiik assl'ii'anck that thk y can bk (ireatly improved, m) now i ski) to batch ...

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 1922

2- County Are Backing ISSUE citizens of Bath county and is being strongly ndvoeat rts of the county, cannot be denied. Below is gien l'ublu-ity Commit tei who have from time to time care res of the proposed Bond Issue anil who have for thy h to ?et out Mich l'.tits anil figures as they have found iamep will be found men whose integrity mid honor They arc recognised .is men who would not under ic facts in any mutter and they have been particular found them to bo pertaining to tbo proposed bond is- ar below, will continue to give publicity to such and such truths a- will assist in informing and en casting their ballots. The following men have long leading tax-payer, and have guided public opinion o give the propoed bond i-siic your most serious sterity, our obligation to progress and our dire need most likely nevrr again will Bath county have tbo 10-fourth of the com of construction borne by thtj and Federal governments ever afterwards. j R. W. CARTER ! C. W. GOODPASTER j (i. C. EWING...

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 1922

I- JGSVILLE OUTL OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1922. ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF GOOD ROADS? If You are Yolo "YES" September Kith, 1022. "The Koad ahead for the Nation leads back to the farm." oooi) roads cost moxky, so 1)0 good scimioi.s, and good clil'kciiks. arb tijky worth it; othkr coi'ntiks think so. vnn nniiiwAYs ai;k thi: farmkrs kirst and immnou'ai. t r a ns i ' o h t a t i o n muans or markkting tiikir rRoDivrs. coon roads mkaxs hikaimir traxsi-ortatiox. iikxcij .MURK .MOXKY TO TIIK FAK.MKK. .MOTOIf TRIVK TRAFFIC IS UMITKl) ISY THK NIM1!KK 01 .MILKS OK HIGHWAY A II US TO SI STAIN IT. WHO f'Ol'1,1) KSTI MATK THK VAl.l.'K OF 0001) ROADS IN KKNTPl'KY IX THK FRKSKXT FRKIGHT CRISIS? COMMON SKXSK TKACIIKS I S THAT ANY (Ol'XTY WITH ISAD ROADS CANNOT 15K PROSPKR Ol'S. LAY ASIDK YorK DIFFKRKNC US, YOIR I'RKIl DICKS, 'JTIKY WIMi NOT OUT YOU ANY WIIKRK. OOOI) ROADS WILL. UNDER THE PRESENT SYSTEM WE WILL SPEND $900,000 ON THE ROADS OF BATH COUNTY IN THE NEXT THIRTY YEARS AND WIL...

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 1922

OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. .le Train Collision in Missouri engine without nimirk against his record. Engineer Matt Glenn, north-hound o tlm rcnr oni! of train No. 3-1 fit Sulphur Springs, Mo., 'M miles south of St. 135. It l iiellevcd thnt when Glenn received nn order nt rtlv'jrslde, on the od to Fee the bio k Flgnnl which Indicated thnt another train was on the was among thoo killed. The Illustration i-hows rescuers removing the HIEFS REJECT PROPOSALS Reinstate Shop Strikers Twenty Five Lines May Make Separate Peace .Vow York.-The Association of Kail ly Evccutlws h.v a vote of 2.il to rejected the proposal of the "Itlg i;" train service Itrothcrhoods that i carriers end the nation-wide shop n's strike hy reinstating strikers th seniority unimpaired. Bert M. Jewell, ollicial spokesman the strikers dcctapM the nssoclu n had closed the door to peace and ted for a lockout to smash unionism. At the same time splitting from the .Vor".V :'s : group of 25 railroads, nclpally Wes...

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 1922

NUMBEFt 0. WINCHESTER Axes, Tools, Guns, Ammunition, for one week ( only, SEPTEMBER 14 to 21 we offer t ' No. I) Oil Mop, regular price 8;c No. fi Oil Mop, regular price 1.00, V f0c S'Jc 1.00 V 1' ? 1 ounce oil l.re, 12 ounces oil 25c r- This is positively the biggest bargain ever ofibred. and for one week only. Get a real bargain and save the dif- 1'eronce. ( (member) E. L. & A. T. BYRON the "jyjVCffSTR STORE Owingsville, Ky. Gtfts -jfaAtfujCAS r f V T If 1 rr 1 W..-5 ft A Pipe for Every Face GET IT AT OUR PLAGE Some smokers like tlm pipe that looks well. Some like a pipe that has the taste of satis faction. But most men like hoth looks and taste at a fair price. We have chosen, our line of pipes and smokers articles after j"ears of experience in dealing with smokers and we believe that you will be readily surprised with the prices of our line. , THE LINE All Styles All Shape: Just stop in some time and ask us to show you the "world's most popular pipe." Also have a loA at the ...

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 1922

MRS. LULA VANN FUJJON, ARK. Suggests to Suffering Women the Road to Health Fulton. Arkansas. "I used T.rdia. E. Rnkham'a Vegetable Compound for m i soreness in my side. l would sutler so Daa !y every month from my waist down mat i could not be on my feet half the time. 1 was not able to do my work without help. I eaw your Vegetable Compound adver tised in a newspaper and gave it a lair trial. Now I am able to do my work and don't even have a backache every month. 1 cannot nrnise vour Vegetable Cora- pound enough and highly recommend it to those who have troubles like mine. I am willine for these facts to be used as a testimonial to lead all who suffer with female troubles, as I did, to the right road to health." Mrs. LULA Vann.Box 43, rulum, Arkansas. Its this sortof praise of LydiaE-Pink' ham's Vecctable Compound, given by word of mouth and by letter, one woman to another, thatshould cause you to con sider takmgthiswcJI-known medicine, if you are troubled with such symptoms as pain...

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 1922

. t ! . 3. ilLLE OUTLOOK. 0 WINGS VILLE. KY. n "A stclh rlilr. illlil not nine Iiiiiiic until . iiiiialr" r'. ' MhiIiit. "Ami with i .. (In" von -:iy V" "I'lllll .M.i j lieu," I iiti-tTI. I -fill rlril In spi-iik iiixiiiiII) ; iit ilii- nme line I trli-il n InilliMl.' Iiy voire Mini nmiiit'r MinictliliiK of llii" s:rr;it limuir liilt Ji:i 1 been lieMuweil llion llicli Inusliter. I'iiiIiit mi lniirt"i'fil- plainly lm-i-i-.-vnl : Inn nni ii ml tu tin iviij- mil liupiil lie would In1, lie raw hip I sulft. liarp kIiiihv; 1 Iiioked Mrnlclit nl .Mnllicr. "limnpli! I'mil .I;i lit-u I Yi-s, I ;im lilm." In- alil trimly. "Ami I'm lroinllug tin- tliiu wlii-ii lie onni's Into olli'Ce iii'M Jflir." "You mean" Jlntlier tioltntcd mnl -IPmh. "I mean I don't like tin1 I'ompaiiy i kiM-ps nlri-nily." noililcil I'jitlnT. 'Tln-n j on ilnn'i tlilnU Ili.it Alary Marie " .Mother hesitated nxuln. nml :liinccil at mi'. "Certainly nut." siilil Hither ile Idedlj. 1 knew tlien, "f eoiue. tliat lift iieanl I eo...

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 1922

." -. .-' - s . I . s . .- 1 V11 J 1 I I s - . II W fj(UII I F flilTl ftfW uillllUUULLL VfUILUUIV OVri:;i;sviLLE. ---Published Weekly, KY. R)l-red according to net of Con Kresj.., at the Owingsvillo, Ky.. Post OtSrc :is second-class inatttT. Till-: OUTLOOK'S Mihscription Th'px nro ns follows: -.V-ar $l..r,0 :rT i ...11.. vr... Tl. xr..ii." A- 'A ...mis .............................. -Jn-.u THURSDAY, SHUT. 1 1. 1JI22 E. D. THOMPSON, I-ESSEE& OPERATOR Owingsvillo, Kentucky. PEELED OAK Mese Crowe, wife ami daughter, raiza'cth, of near Owingsviile. spent ISnaday with !recii Ik-num "d sis V : tiSo Ivmiii.1 Denni... R"1'ert H.irdwi.-k, who ha heen i:i T .'s for some time, is visiting relative- hen. Mr. ami Mrs. (i. D. fJarrett. Mr. aid Mrs. Newton ("arelt. Mi- "ad a-.d Nelson tihirrttt, of Wade... Mill, J'r fl Mrs. (icmge li-.tts ami thil-dr-. Mi.-f. I lull ami Mi. Nannie Kutlnr ami ehihlren, of Ml. Sterling, X. P. li'ei.l ami family Sim i v ami attemlel church liere. "'ss Maltha Denn...

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