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Owingsville outlook: August 3, 1922 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 owi1922080301_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: August 3, 1922 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JGSVILLE OUT! 3 OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1922. Bond Issue Has Strong Backing over all part- - of Hath county. Beby leading citizens is hems ndvo.-iileThe Road Bond reMiiestinj: the County Jud-- e to call the Bond Elec-tio- n who signed the petition low is n complete list of voters of Hath conn, o September Kith. These men and women are all property owners taxpayers and intelligently investigated the proposed bond issue from every antfe. They ty and have most thorouRhly an.l because they believe it to he Bath county's only hope of ever liavinr r.mh1 roads at :i advocate, its pas-aeounty who did to the taxpayer. Hundreds of other property owners nnd taxpayers over the very small cost e, and it is generally believed ofVipiin- - the petition, are advocating the bond not have the opportunity the bonds that when the voters have had the opportunity of heari- n- the whole plan explained and outlined, will lie voted by an overwhelming majority. thc p; is-i.- 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 THOMAS RYAN (J. C. EWING LUTHER PIERATT JOHN L. VICE V. F. DICKEN TOM CROUCH C. V. GOODPASTER J. D. DICKEX J. S. PIPER A. D. ROBERTSON J. T. C0LL1VER JACOB BYRI) E. B. HEWITT A. F. STEPHENS C. F. MARTIN T. S. ROBERTSON LESLIE SHROUT JAMES JOHN LETTON S. M. ESTILL D. B. MYERS DAVID STAMPER S. E. JIYEHS P. R. STONE G. E. PERRY . ARNOLD CAPPS B. W. CORXETT I). M. WALTZ ISAAC THOMAS SALT LICK LUMBER CO. T. B. STAGGS R. C. REEVES W. W. RAZOR W. C. KAUTZ W. H. GREEX W. A. JOXES ALF GOLDY S. P. FRIZZELL C. E. FRIZZELL II. F. STEPHEXS KELLIE HARPER W. L. NORRIS K. B. MYERS W. M. GREEX J. JAJrES niCKEY, JR. T. M. PERRY WILSON BOYD A. II. DAWSON CLYDE BAILEY , E. II. GOODPASTER R. L. BAILEY FLETCHER CROUCH A. L. GOODPASTER J. W. SHAXKLAXI) R. II. COXXER DR. F. P. GUDGELL QMER ROGERS QEO. G. IIAJIILTOX D. B. COXYERS JAJIES T. COYLE W. C. GINTER WOODSON NORRIS GEORGE HUNT W. A. POWER FRANK YOUXG S. O. DOGGETT JACOB KIXCAID W. N .VICE ROBERT CROUCH P. E. mCKEY 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 JL J1YERS II. H. DICKERSOX G. H. DICKERSOX CHESTER DAY JOHN GOLDY S. D. JOXES DAVE ILVWKIXS OSCAR HARPER H. OTTO RAZOR J. H. ATKINSON CLELL JrcCARTY NORRIS E. JleCARTY HENRY S. HALL MILLAD GRAUN JAKE GRAY JL C. POWELL R. B. DICKERSOX BROXSON jreKEXZIE GEORGE J. KAUTZ W. M. DAVIS HUGH GRIMES A. L. DONALDSON BEN GILLON O. C. ATKINSON C. JV. PETERS C. A. BROWN E. R. BERRY J. S. SHARP T. E. ADAMS W. J. RATLIFF R. K. JONES ,. J. C. BLOUNT WALTER SHARP II. C. JIcCUE JOHN DOYLE W. A. SHARP J. TAYLOR CROCKETT CLAY JARVIS G. ELGIN SHARP GEORGE N. BASCOJI THOS. J. KNIGHT JL N. NICKELL R. A. ATKINSON W. S. JIOORE JAS. T. CROCKETT JAJIES LYONS W. A. BOYD E. P. CLARK W. R RATLIFF O. JL RATLIFF . SIJION FRIED C. H. CHEAP M. M. CROUCH Old, IK GROVES G. J I. PEED ED GILVIN JAKE NIXON C. E. RAZOR ED JVLLIAJIS R. D. WILLIAJIS " 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. " i HENRY EVANS JOHN N. HOWELL N. F. ARJ1STR0NG JIORTON BAILEY X. II. STONE J. II. SHARP CHARLES SPRATT W. S. SHARP GAY T. SHROUT J. R. CROCKETT B. F. TURNER E. D. SJIATHERS R. H. BUCIIANNON W. G. JIOORE '' OSCAR PALJIER EVERETT WILLIAJIS AARON FANNING' GRANT NORTH ' J. H. AYRIOHT ' T. H. PERRY J. G. WILLIAJISJ. P. WRIGHT - " - M CLINT ALFREY E. R. FANNING II. C. CRAIG A. R. ALFREY CHARLES JL CRAIN JNO. L. BLACK -- ? J. P. BALLINGER JOHN S. VICE JIASON II. BOTTS S. SHULT55 SID WARREN BRYAN RATLIFF -- J. O. SPRATT JONES W. R. KNIGHT PRESS JACKSON JACK THOJLVS JAJIES CRAIG OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE. KY. PRIORITY RULE IN EFFECT Atlanta's Memorial to McKinley GOAL RAILROADS TO GET FUEL FIRST UNDER PREFERENCE ORDERS OF GOVERNMENT Latest Action Follows Long Cabinet Meeting Borah Proposes Establishment of Board to Study Problems of the Mine Industry Would Nationalize 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. "TURKEY KING" FOUND SLAIN FAIR GOAL PRICES ift iinnurn m a ll ' "w ,w of Winchester. Ky. h Poultry AN HIIIIVrK 1 P Ila 111 I ' I I La IV IIUU 1 Dealer Winchester, Ky. A telephone mes CAR SUPPLY WOULD BE CUT IF sage from a mysterious man to Mrs. MINE OWNERS SEEK TO Nettie ltennker, at Cyntlilana, mother PROFITEER of Leon ltennker, wealthy produce merchant, known as "the turkey king Operators, Officials and Rail Heads of the world," of this city, whose body United In Backing Scheme For was found by his wife here on her of Fuel Public to Be return home from Cincinnati. Is the Safeguarded. clue by which police are working in an effort to run down the murderer Washington. Agreement upon n ten- of Mr. Itenaker. tative plan for the distribution of The petson at the other end of the coal and for the restriction of unfair line would give no names, but told prices was announced by Secretary the mother to go to the train when Herbert C. Hoover, after a series of It arrived at Cynthlana and notify her conferences during the day with repre- daughter-in-lathat she would tlnd sentatives of producing operators, the her husband dead on arrival home. railroads, the Interstate Commerce The message came too late to give Commission and other departments of to Mrs. Leon ltennker, and by the the Government. time It was relayed to Winchester the The plan which was described by wife had arrived home and found her Attorney-Genera- l Harry M. Daugherty, husband murdered In his bed. In an opinion as "entirely legal." Is Mr. itenaker was seen by friends to to be discussed furtl-pby the confer- leave the train here at midnight and ence and the agreement of the opera- stop at his ollice near the depot. This tors present Is dependent upon the ap- was the last seen of h!m alive. His proval of the various associations. Un- diamond stud and a diamond necklace der the proposed plan, President belonging to bis wife were not taken Harding would appoint a committee, by the murderer, but there was no which would give general supervision money to be found in his clothes. of the measure to be adopted for emergency fuel control designed to safeSailors Strong For Strike guard the public from an impending coal famine. Detroit, Mich. Virtually a 100 per Application of the laws governing cent vote In favor of a strike has been interstate commerce, through the In- cast by members of the Marine Fireterstate Commerce Commission, would men, Oilers, Water Tenders and Coal enable the allocation of freight cars Passers' Union of the Great l.akes, to be governed by the maintenance of who have deposited their ballots at fair prices for coal among the opera- the district oflice of the organizations. It was announced. tors. The tentative plan follows: Tabulation of W A committee in Washington, to he votes from both unions had been made appointed by the President, of repre- and, of these, XiO favored the walksentatives of the Department of Com- out, as the result of a wage conmerce, the Interstate Commerce Com- troversy, it was said. mission, the Department of Justice Suffocated In Garage and the Department of the Interior, to be designated the Presidential ComJersey City, N. J. After taking mittee. This committee to have gen- friends to ride, Arthur Welsh drove eral supervision of the measures to be bis automobile Into his garage; closed taken hereunder and to authorize the the door, climbed Into the tonneau nnd execution of such of these measures fell asleep, the engine still running. as may be necessary from time to Four hours later he was found dead. time. Physicians attributed death to carbon The Presidential Committee will es- monoxide poisoning, the gas having tablish a representative In each coal been produced by the automobile enproducing district. gine consuming the oxygen in the small room. Last Hope Fades Marine Architect Shot Canton, China. Sun Yat Sen's Joseph A. Sloan, 15 Seattle, Wa-forces in Northern ICwangtung. on whom the deposed President of China years old, marine architect during the lias been pinning his hope of regaining World War, was found dead. In a power, have been defeated and are In lodging house for Japanese. He had retreat, pursued by the troops of Chen been shot through his head. In his Chins Ming, who overthrew Sun ac- right hand was a revolver with one cording to advices received here from empty chamber. Sloan's brother Phil Shluchow. The United States gun lip, President of the Sloan Shlpbuild boat rampangsi has returned from a Ing Company, is In Washington pros dash up the West Itlver to Muchnw, ecuting claims for $3,000,000 against where an appeal for help had been the Government. Iteeently Joafjili mane by eignt American and cjiinuiUan r h. W.isliiiiL-nm- . Arccleratioii of coal distribution under Federal authority and looirol of fuel iliMrihiition were ) nt given l in trition poKesmen as riiinl.iinetit.il of ilie tiovcrnmenfs pol-ltoward the Industrial crisis, of the Government's position followed the regular meeting of the Cabinet, which for nearly three hours devoted lis attention to the double threat ngnln-- l the country's economic fabric famine In fuel and disruption of interstate commerce. The llrst step toward control of depleted transportation facilities and coal supply came shortly afterward In a statement from the Interstate Commerce Commission, declaring that an emergency existed in the territory east of the Mississippi which required the commission to direct the routing of all essential commodities anil to lis preference and priority status to control movement of food anil fuel. The priority order was followed by a general service order from the commission. notifying "all common carriers" thar nn emergency existed which required them to disregard usual routing practice, freight rate divisions and truffle arrangements so as to obtain the most expedition niemeiit of essential freights, llecomiiig effective at once, the commission's mandates give to railroads llrst priority on fuel requirements, with electric power, light, gas, water and sewer works. Ice plants serving the public and refrigeration plants engaged In preservation of food. following in the order named. Proposed appointment of a Federal Commission to Investigate the coal in dustry received further support In a resolution Introduced in the Sen ate by Chairman William E. Borah, of the Labor Committee. Mr. Horah sug gested the committee be composed of three members, appointed by the President, and that It recommend Uie ad visablllty of necessity of nationalizing the Industry or of the institution of Government regulation. -c No Tha The Econom Never fail: and whole You save You save If yotrbto baking po: the Calun TheWorlcT Two Phone Directories In France. Think of a great European country with a population of 10,000,000 persons. In which the telephone Is so poorly developed that two telephone directories will contain the names of Such Is the state all the subscribers. of affairs In France, where the government, which operates the service. 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Used Forged Card New York The theft of $30,000 worth of bonds from Itedmond & Co, a year ago through the use of forged messenger card was revealed through the arrest of two men In Chicago and another at Coney Island by detectives. The firm's cashier gave a package of bonds to a young man who answered a call and presented a card used by a company that supplied messengers. GROWTH In- crease Census Shows Healthy In Population, Despite Losses Caused by War. i Jeers Replace Hymns Women spat upon each other and struck men's faces with their straw lints at the funeral of Ber Instead of tha Katz in Brooklyn. hymns there were Jeers and hisses for the woman who, police say, was slain by her sister, Mrs. Minnie Iteisler, whr Is alleged to have said she rejoiced In the killing and refused to give her brother and two sons "credit" for the death. New York. 1021 Indicated a iiivi rut" nruin nr t i t uted as follows: New Brunswick, 887.-83Nova Scotia. 523,837; Prince Edward Island. 88.G15; Quebec. 249.-0GOntario, 2,020,054; Manitoba. 013.00S; British Columbia. 523.3G3: Yukon, 4,102; Northwest territories, 0,634, and Canadian navy, 4S5. The gain for the whole Dominion during was 1.000.000 or 2L5 per cent. The war cost the lives of 5C.CS0 0 Canadians killed In nction, while more died from Indirect causes. The percentage Increase In population Is the same as that for Australia, while the Increase for New Zealand 20 per cent was very little behind. In the Union of South Africa the Increase was 192 per cent. The Prairie provinces made the most pronounced gnln In Canada, Alberta showing a 55 per cent Increase: Saskatchewan over 53 per Canada's census for 71 Yinnii 0; 7; 1910-192- 40,-00-