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Owingsville outlook: August 31, 1922 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 owi1922083101_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: August 31, 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 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." good scimioi.s, and good clil'kciiks. arb tijky so. worth it; othkr coi'ntiks think vnn nniiiwAYs ai;k thi: farmkrs kirst and immnou'ai. r a ns i ' o h t a i o n muans iikxcij or markkting tiikir rRoDivrs. coon roads mkaxs hikaimir traxsi-ortatiox- . oooi) roads cost moxky, so 1)0 t t .MOTOIf TRIVK TRAFFIC IS UMITKl) .MURK .MOXKY TO TIIK FAK.MKK. WHO f'Ol'1,1) KSTI MATK .MILKS OK HIGHWAY A II US TO SI STAIN IT. ROADS IN KKNTPl'KY IX THK FRKSKXT FRKIGHT CRISIS? ISY THK THK NIM1!KK 01 VAl.l.'K OF 0001) 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 OOOI) ROADS WILL. WIMi NOT OUT YOU ANY WIIKRK. UNDER THE PRESENT SYSTEM WE WILL SPEND $900,000 ON THE ROADS OF BATH COUNTY IN THE NEXT THIRTY YEARS AND WILL CONTINUE TO SPEND LARGE SUMS FOR ALL TIMES TO COME AND HAVE NO ROADS. OF THIS NOW BY ISSUING THESE BONDS TO BUILD WHY NOT USE $300,000 THESE ROADS ISN'T THIS A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION AND TURN THEM OVER TO THE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS THEM UP FOR ALL TIME TO COME. AND LET THEM KEEP TIIK KKDKRAK AND STATK OOYKRNMKXTS WILL HKU IS 151IM) THKSK ROADS, PUTTING IT TO $1 AND KYKR AFTKRW ARDS MAINTAIN THKM FOR CS. ARE YOU WILLING TO THROW AWAY THIS OPPORTUNITY? I- - Vote 'Yes5 on the Bond Question OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. Whltesbnrg A meeting .le Train Collision in Missouri NEWS CULLINGS "rom KcntucKy ' here to orsnnlze a health and welfare ' letguo In the county. One of the'. first things to be nrransed for Is a ; nurse to be on hand In the event of nn emergency. th held! ' engine without nimirk against his record. Engineer Matt Glenn, rcnr oni! of train No. fit Sulphur Springs, Mo., 'M miles south of St. 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 rescuers removing the north-houn- o tlm 135. 3-- Frankfort Will Davis, Clark conn-- J ty prisoner at the reformatory, escaped from a gang of convicts laying a water pipe on the farm of the Institute for Feeble-minde- d Children. lie Murray Johnson & Adams Furni- was received here October 7, 1921, to ture Company, who suffered a heavy serve two years for housebreaking. loss by tire have rented the Griffin & Pitt Tobacco Warehouse, and will move Louisville It. A. Kllesendorff, 45, their remaining stock to that building. was arrested by District Detectives Lovell and Stalcy on a charge of titterHazard P. C Hiickaby, who. It Is ing a worthless check, following his alleged, shot and fatally wounded Maj. attempt to pass an alleged "cold' J. 15. Payne here was released on 0 check on J. II. Litchfield, grocer, 2G00 bond on consent of Charles Woo-to- West Main Street, In payment for county attorney. Fourteen prominent men signed as surety. Harlan A shooting In which Robert Bowling Green Fire destroyed the Metcalf, of Nolansburg, and Blchard-- f largo stock barn of Edward I). Fer-rel- Turner, of Leslie County, were both one mile from this city on the killed occurred near Dillon. Turner Is Barren Klvcr Pike. The orlsln is un- alleged to have shot Metcalf twice in known. In the bulldins were farm-In- s the back, and just after Metcalf fell Implements, harness and feed stuff. three shots were fired Into Turner's The barn was valued at $1,000 and on- side, killing him Instantly. ly $250 Insurance was carried. Frankfort Suite Inspector and ExHickman A runabout driven hy aminer Henry E. .Tames reported to Mrs. Anna Sims, Ked Cross nurse. Governor Morrow the collection of Mrs. John I Whlto and ) and ?110.3S from County Clerk M. E. Myn-hc- lr son. collided with another car at upon inspection of the offices In the county picnic slven at Hamby Menifee county. He also charged the Pond, with slight Injuries to Mrs. clerk with $232.15 more due the state White, and several face wounds to for license fees, gasoline tax and mortMrs. White's nttle boy. gage recording tax. $15,-00l, HIEFS REJECT PROPOSALS NEW FACTORS IN RAILWAY STRIKE Reinstate Shop Strikers Twenty-Fiv- e Lines May Make Separate Peace .Vow York.-T- he y Association of Kail-l- PRESIDENTS OF THREE BIG RAILEvccutlws h.v a vote of 2.il to ROADS HASTEN WJ FROM rejected the proposal of the "Itlg EUROPE TO CONFERENCE i;" train service Itrothcrhoods that shop-n'- s carriers end the nation-widDecision Of Steel Corporations To strike hy reinstating strikers Boost Wages of Laborers Believed th seniority unimpaired. to Be Factor In Railway Strike Bert M. Jewell, ollicial spokesman Settlement Immediate Feace Prosthe strikers dcctapM the nssoclu-pects Declared "Bunk." had closed the door to peace and ted for a lockout to smash unionism. New York. Four surprife factors At the same time splitting from the entered into the rail strik" situation, : group of 25 railroads, .Vor".V :'s nclpally Western lines, which de- any one of which, accordlns to repreed :i new suggestion of the brother sentatives of roads and brotherhoods, vitally the action of N that individual settlements he "i.iVnlliience the . .socl.ition of Hallway V.- - petit ires cried. when It meets to consider peace proHale Uohlen. President of the posals for mediation with brotherand Quiney. who hoods. Tliey were: a meeting of the minority Announcement that Presidents of In the Y.tle ("lull after the three powerful Eastern roads Samuel ner.il membership of the d ended its joined with l!oa, of tho Pennsylvania : E. K. of the Lehigh Valley, and William fsnbers of the m.ijority group In de I'.esler, of the Jersey Central, were exIns that there was any split. pected to arrive from Europe on the MIG CLEANED UP $100,000 Majestic in time to participate in the conference of the Asso-latiof Kail-na- Murray Mrs. Ira Barber, wife of a farmer and coal dealer of Calloway County, cut her throat with a razor. She sot up at 5 o'clock, tellins her husband that she was coins to take some medicine. He discovered her n few minutes later In a wounded condition, and brought her at once to the infirmary. Kleminssburg At a samo of baseball between the Christians and Methodists of the Sunday School League, Wayne Gray was hit by a foul ball and rendered unconscious. He was taken to the Lexington Hospital for treatment. It was thought by local physicians that he would lose the sight of his rlsht eye. Whltesbtirg From a pauper county less than a year ago with a taxable property valne of a few hundred thouCounty's list sand dollars shows $12,GS9,GT5. This Increase Is clue to the construction of railroad lines and the development of the extensive coal fields of the county, comprising rhc main Elkhorn field. Lexington More than 03,000 farmers have Joined the Hurley Tobacco Growers Association, ac- cordlns to the fisures presented by Assistant Chief William Collins, of the field service division, to the board of directors of the association in the regular monthly session at the offices of the association here. Lexington A suit to test the constitutionality of the Act of the 1922 General Assembly, creating special force of road patrolmen In Fayette, Kenton. Campbell and McCracken counties was In prospect after County Judge E. IL Doak announced that Fayette county will keep its force created In June, until the Court of Appeals rules on the act. Newport The state convention of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty, meeting here, elected Mrs. C Eckhert, councillor, and K. Unfr.ll, Louisville, vice councillor. Other officers chosen were Miss Carrie Stanley, Louisville, recording secretary, and Mrs. Anna Lambur, treasurer. The next convention will be held in Louis-vl- ll In July, 1923. Covington John G. McKecvcr, 54, a & O. detective, was arralsned In Police Court on a charge of assault By agreeand drawing a revolver. ment the charge was changed to disorderly conduct and Judse Mason Imposed a fine of $100 and costs and sentenced McKeever to serve ten days in Jail. The case was appealed to the Kenton Circuit Court and the defendant released, on bond, i e n d con-eto- 1 Loo-mi- Louisville Extensive improvements, additions and repairs will be made to seventeen public school buildings this summer, permits for which were Issued the Iioard of Education by D. M. Brucker, city building Inspector. The Executives. arged By Police With Floating Bad new additions and repairs will cost ap2. Grant hy three Iarse steel corporChecks In Many Cities ations of a 20 per cent Increased wase proximately $40,000, It Is estimated thai amount being necessary to put .'hirago. Central Station police to- - to their hundreds of thousands day la- buildings In first class condition. the borers. liroke up what they term the dev-s- t .'t. Assertion by K F. Loreo. Presicheck sans eer known here Louisville Cocaine and morphine n they arrested two men and a dent of the Delaware and Hudson and on C ll i'