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Owingsville outlook: August 24, 1922 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 owi1922082401_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: August 24, 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. 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? A IT BATH Col'XTY WILL VOTK THAT AT LEAST THE l'RIMAKY THK STATU FOR MAINTENANCE. ItoM) ISSI K Ol' f.Klll.lliMi.lill TIIKI.M-- : IS EVERY ASSURANCE ry system ok roads can be completed axd turned over to thkkk are about (il mii.ks of tdk most i.mi'oktaxt road-u'lmaway ix Tin: county ix Tin: u systk.m, including tiik midland trail tiik firkat-iia- s ever bkkx i'ndkijtak kx". ik tiik citizens ok thk EST HKillWAY I'RO.IECT THAT COUNTY WII.I. VOTK "YES" ox tiik bond issue question on september 1c.th., tiikn wk MAKK A MOVK FORWARD. THK primary systkm will i'.k completed axd takkn over I'oi; MAINTENANCE AND WK C an tdkx oiye our attkntion to thk secondary or smal-iti- i ler roads of tiik county w tiik assl'ii'anck that thk y can bk (ireatly improved, because thi: entire ijoad it m) now i ski) to batch tiik bkimaky systkm can thkn be used ox tiik secondary it II' WK VOTK "NO" SLOWLY BIT SURELY WK RETURN LOWERED PROPERTY VALUES, KTC. DISCOMFORTS. TO .MUD HOADS WITH ITS ATTENDANT CAN WK AFFORD SUCH A THINd WITH ALL THK SURROUND IN'fi COUNTIES UB ON THEIR TOKS AND BKNDING EVERY EFFORT TO IMPROVE THEIR HIGHWAYS. LKTS BUT AWAY OUR PREJUDICES AND OUK SELFISHNESS AND REfilX THIS Til I NO IN AX OKDKKLY WAY, A WAY THAT IS L1KKLY TO (iKT SOMEWHERE AXD ACCOMBLISIl SOMKTHIXC. THAT THK COST JS SMALL HAS BKKN I.'Kl'KATKD MANY TLMKS IX THKSK ADS. WORK ON 'IHKSK ROADS WILL FURNISH KMLOYMKNT I'OR NUM. BURS OK MKN AND TEAMS IS WELL KNOWN; THAT IT BK1NCS 3 TIMKS AS MUCH MONEY INTO THE COUNTY AS WK WILL SBKND ON THK KOADS IS A BIO QUESTION FOR US TO SKRIOUSLY THAT TIIK CONSTRUCTION CONSIDER. THE VOTER' WHO HAS IT IN HIS MIXD TO VOTE "NO" ON Til IS QUESTION SHOULD BONDER CAREFULLY. CONSIDER' THE QUESTION FROM EVERY ANCLE, LEAVE ENTIRELY OUT OF THE .MATTER AXD THINK IT OVER" AS CAREFULLY AS II E WOULD A OR EAT BUSINESS QUESTION BECAUSE THAT IS WHAT THIS QUESTION BECOMES. BKE-JUDIC- GOOD ROADS WILL BENEFIT ALL OF US 2- p. m. (same being the first day County Are Backing ISSUE citizens of Bath county and is being strongly ndvoeat-rt- s of the county, cannot be denied. Below is gien l'ublu-itCommit tei who have from time to time care-re- s 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 The following men have long their ballots. leading and have guided public opinion o give the propoed bond your most serious sterity, our obligation to progress and our dire need most likely nevrr again will Bath county have tbo of the com of construction borne by thtj and Federal governments ever afterwards. tax-paye- r, j ! R. W. CARTER C. W. GOODPASTER j (i. C. EWING E. L. BY RON DELL DOWNS LESLIE SHROUT F. S. ALLEN IAS. BI.OUNT. 5 reliable men m;ght investigate the facts pertain-- d statements netting out these facts. Neccssari-no- t meet conveniently fir the purpose of making of this Committee file following officers ent mri-tin, Secretary a'i I ,I. B. Lindsey, Asst. Secretary, is may be made about the proposed bond issue, nit only a true statement of facts ns they know will be founded on truth, all of which will stand FORD PATTERSON. Chairman, v. I. B. LINDSEY. RCFUS KNIGHT, Secretary, Asst. Secretary. 9 red. J i i i j matter 3 iffanki. and three children, of North Middle-towArlev Crouch, wife and two Ambrose children of Owingsville, Well- -, of Harper's neighborhood, ('burn Cas,ty, vife and two chil-IrrEmnictt Reynolds, wife nnd little daughter, Virgaline, Albert Felix Steele, Staton. wife and Oscar Kincnid, Frank Goodpaster, wife and little daughter, Miss Mary Ann Shrout, Ambrose Shrout, Carl Reynolds, all of Salt Well. There were 43 present in all. Oliver Cas-sit- y had been gone for fourteen mre, warmly wel- - of dinner in honor of the fiftieth annithe regular term of the Bath Conntj versary of their wedding. It wa, alCourt) at the froat door of the so the fiftieth wedding anniversary Court Hoiue, in Owingsville, Batfi of Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Coons, who were among the guests. Among the county, Ky., sell to thr highest bidtract, of guebt5 were the following: Mr. and der the following Mr. and Mrs. 'ii"d in Bath county, Ky., on the Mrs: O. F. Atchi.-owatirs of Little Flat creek, bounded R. M. Coons, Miss Olive Atchison, ,is follows. Beginning at a stake in Mi srs. George, Darnell, Robert and Rithel and Parks Ferry turnpike a Eugene Atchison, Mr. and Mr. H. corner to thr two tracts of A. Can- T. Montjoy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. non, thence with diii-io- n line of Moxley, daughter, Hazel, and son -- aid two tracts N 22 W l40 feet to link Elwood, Mr. Georgp Fuchs, W. 12 inch end post, thence N 54.30 K E. Moxley and son, Orville, Mr. ami SO feet to 8 inch fence post, thenc-Mrs. (!. W. Blevins, Mrs. Margaret ndersoii, Mi-- s Louise Bietz, O. W. 32 E ISO feet to a stone, thence N 22 E 204 feet to fence post, Cmuis, Mr. ami .Mrs. C. W. Movie; stone six and on, Kriiueth Douglas Mr. and thence X 07, W 450 feet feet east of Walnut tree, thence X (i Mis. .1. T. Gregory. W 370 feet to end of fence post, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jeff Shrout thence down hill X 8.3(1 E 308 feel to stone, thence N 4 W 455 feet to announce the birth, August 10th., of Ash tree in hollow, thence N 0!) F win sons at their home on the Lex1S5 feet to stone corner to W. ('. ington pike, whom they hnve named Hawkins, thence with Hawkins N "I DeWitt Clinton and Charles David. Mr. Shrout is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E 342 feet to stone corner to Hawkins and Capp-- , thence with Capps' Reuben Shrout formerly of Bath line N 75 E 373 feet to Sycamore county but now of Independence, Mo. tree, thence N 82.3(1 E 344 feet to ' Wealth cf the Nation. stone on east side of Bethel and An Interesting study is to note the stone on east, si le of Bethel and various methods In which men of difParks Ferry turnpike, thence S 8!) ferent nationalities carry their wordly E 25(i feet to fence post corner to wealth. The Englishman usually carries sliver nnil copper alt loose in his L. M. Cannon, thence with Cannon trousers rocket, pulls out a handful of S I W 302 feet to fece post corner the mixture and selects the coin he needs. The American carries his wnd lo .lake Boyd Slil W 255 feet to of bills In a long narrow pocket-book- , honey lot list, thenco S 13 W 32'l in which the greenbacks He Hat. The feet to a stone, thence S 8.30 E 500 Frenchman makes use of a leather feet to point on ClifT, thence S 12 F. purse, with no distinguishing characteristics. The German uses one gnily 354 feet to a fence corner to W. H. embroidered In silks by the fair hands Pieralt, thence with Pieratt S 1 h of some Gretchen. The .MS feel to n stone corner to Maggie capitalist from some torrid South American city curries his dollars In Knimotis, thence with Emnion.s S 85 a belt with cunningly-devisepockets W HiO feet to a stone corner in to baffle the gentleman with very light poorer Bethel and Parks Ferry turnpike, fingers. Thp Itnllnn of the classes ties up his little fortune in !) W 80 thence with center of pike S handkerchief secured a with ranny knots, which he secretes feet to a stone, thence S 42.30 manner about his 37, feet to a stone, thence S 54 W In some mysterious clothes. A similar course has charms 207 feet to a stone, thence S 77 for the Spaniard, while the lower-clas- s 115 feet to a stone, thence S 61 W Russian exhibits a preference for his boots or the lining of his clothes as 114 feet to a stone, thence to the a biding place for his savings. point of beginning, containing 87.52 Tree Muskmelon of Hawaii. .1' res, horizontal measure. One of the most interesting fruits Sale will be made on a credit ot of Hawaii is the papaia, or luiisKmelon, months. Purchaser will be re- which grow on fees. This fruit, quired to execute bond with good which sometimes reaches a weight of eight or ten pounds. Is the most widely Mirety for the purchase price, payused of any on the Islands, being eaten able to the Master Commissioner and for breakfast In almost every home. bearing six per cent interest per an- In general appearance It greatly resembles muskuielons of the cusaba num from date of sale until paid. type, and is bright yellow when ripe. Bond- - to have the forco and effect of It is filled with beeds, but these are smaller and more numerous than In a judgment. a muskmelon. The trees on which this LESLIE SHROUT. fruit is grown thrive in almost any kind of soil, and the commercial plantations Mas'ter Com. Bath Circuit Court. are usually in rocky district other CTODS. XAna COMMISSIONER'S SAl d n, -d d gaily-colore- d disease depend much mo ditlon of the atmotphen erally supposed. An olr Ing runs: "Whpn the i east, 'tis neither good beast." We all know h cheerful we feel when th Is one way, and how d downcast we are when way. When certain atin dltlnns prevail, those whe tains much Impurity are outbreak of a disease, various forms, according railing conditions, while blood Is pure are exempt may sometimes prnjhesy demlc of smallpox Is du Ing prevailing atmospher Lake of Eternal Many Interesting stories AlHskn, that grim lnnd gold fields, are brought recent explorations of Fr. der in the hitherto unkr of land between the High np In th, far beyond the Arctic Schroder found a strange a lake of solid Ice. Tbi clear water, not glacial made up of compact and It had not been a laki at one time been water f frozen. The sun's rays, fa ly, were not sufficiently s the Ice at any time. H the mountain the sun's perpendicularly and so snow, which flows down face of the Ice lake and Attempted Arson a Arson is a crime rarely sea, but there was at strange case. A tram crossing the North sea w found to be on fire. A opened, the flames fought then an examination show fire was begun In a wc which, the captain rem en I very heavily insured. remains were found to c nants of books, clothing, lighters and powdered, soaked in creosote. There fragments of rubber tubing appurently been filled wit' acid. This ate through and then made contact wit' of potassium chlorate which burst Into flames. Early Clvlllzatlor. It Is not easy to say w gree of certainty which fr 5,000 lzation came into existence before Christ, floui states appear in the Mr region. Indicating an an the civilization of Babylonl be carried back approxlma eighth or ninth mlllenni Christ. In Egypt the late, has brought the sixth msllf fore Christ within the sec tory. In Egypt, the perlot 5,000 years before Christ sa kings t of the whose tombs reveal an adva The Chlnei of civilization. of their history commence year 2,400 before Christ..