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,. f S,7& 1 - a -. V. r ; J OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLIII OWIKfiS'lI-LE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1922 HL'KZIR S3. 1 1 a daughte c 7. . 1- K r- - - t Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crooks, of Peeled Oak neighborhod. -Alice Tate. Fine lot of locust Fence and Cor. ner posts. K. 1 & A. T. BYRON. Walter Hogge, linotype operator, of Morchend has accepted a position with the)vensboro Messenger. . .'Kcad the adverting columns of the Outlook. They contain some- ...tw.'. 1 interest to you. Word was received here Wednes day of the death of Mrs. Reeves, wife of Dr. Reeve, of Hillsltoro, at . a hospital in Cincinnati. Get our prices on coal, lumber, lime and cement before baying. Right) prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO V. Hemstitching Summerh,)r- Have your SuTing and Hemstitching at the SpecialK)hio' is viMting-ttU Wling. U yhy R M Q'iw Shoppe, in Mt. St wo harms tor Rem or bate, I One near Olympia and one neat Iwcr Slate bridge. Good tobacco and corn land and oats. CLYDB YOl'XG. Rohert Duff and family arc mov- "lgto.tlie house owned Iiy OftarieY .A Ior-!,Vis! cast of town. Hornbaelt I ' to Montgomery ronntv. , Hill farm tins vear. iitct' ail Ail a n n A of the licst grade tobacco fertilizer ; and are ready t6 till and and all or-- WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. Burl Stone, aged 29, son of James Stone and Mnrgaret Mnnley, aged 21, daughter of 0. S. Manley, of the t Slate Valley neighborhood, were married Sunday night at the home of , i the officiatiing minister, R. L. Bailey. Charles AtchKon is movinz fro:n It the Dauchcrty nmperty on Main st., Bl . 1 T la MjS&Z. ... p?iWeinan Elliott left Monday for il'. v u I ' rf r - J V n. h. r. tiwstey and t to uivr.. ue vncnted by Croots, which tney recently 'bought. Specials for Saturday, Mch. 4th. Whit ah'd white granite, 14 qt. dish pan $15: White and whit granite 6 U BeHin Kettle Yhite nnd White cranite coffee pit $1.00. Gray .granite. 14 flt. dish pat 7 u . Gray gninite'C qt.Berlih kettle 7.S. E.Tj. & A T. BYRON. '"I ntHK4berson,At apnngneld, -vn 'hos. .Robcrsbn, and Miss Edilh of'Thds. Palmer, daughter of Lee Palmer an wife, were mamciS at the some o: the officiating tninister Rev. Clyd' Darsie at Mt.iSterling last WednesJ day. SOLE FACTS We can sew on a sole or nail it as fast: And. do a good job and make it last; There is nothing 'wrong with what y we 3o, Doutt Hr our statement, the work nroves it true, C. L. ROYSE. Kti Frame, 78, of Rectorville, Ih"'-u county, has the distinction of having been present when Lincoln vra- assinated. Mr. Frame had len discharged as a soldier in the tlnlon Anoy and was on his way home uhwi he stopped at tie Wash- ':gton theatre. Our Bus makes direct connection with Owingsville Bus jrtd now reach. Paris in time (S:0S fast train . iu Cina'nnatL Oirr libs leaves und C p. in. in Pari3 you make S'rcct connections for Georgetown, Frankfort, Shelbyville, Louisville, MSllersburg, Cci lisle and Cynthiana. 4t FRED WECKESSER. Eyctybcdy Is Pooror Per capita circulation of money in ! uMijUtes declined o.ui last " accordings-to a state-": .t is " '. f'by the Treasury. - . Aiuary 1, 1922, the per capita ' -dilation was $53.03, bap.d on a "fegf .$5,775,400." 5 and -n es:- " S4Sk a t Art AAI. uiaiion oi iua.yK.uuii: with a per capi'a 1021, hascd on a 000 in circulaiif a population ot - 5. Bpt PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Young are visiting relatives at Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Oscar Conyers left Monday to spend several days in Cincinnati. Mrs. J. B. Hampton has returned from a visit to relatives in Louis ville. Mrs. Sallie Brother, of Mt. Sterling visited her sister, Mrs. Ella irnqier, the .past week. Mrs. .lames Steele and Mrs. Reese r.. Wells have returned from a busine- ttriptp. -Cincinnati. Mrs. Hoyd Ross spent the week end in Winchester with her sister, f;o in.j evShront and mother, Mrs. Jas. Can0Bter v were in Millers burg the past week. Jtrs. J. 1). Conner has returned from a short visit to her sister, Mrs. Ruv Botts at Winchester. inJSiisjiarents, jir Iln)j ilpaster. Raymond Steele, who attends bus iness college in Lexington spent the week end with his parents, Ms. J. C. Dnugherty and mother, Mrs. Darnell, of Shelbyville, Ind., are guests of Mrs. John L. Vice. rs, Frank FrittSjand little irrand S son. Thome Bovd. n tmesis of Mrs Frittk sister. Mrs. Artbnr l - Mr.-and Mrs. Frank Mathias, of Carlisle, were week end guests ot the lattcr's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. 'Barnes. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rolph and little 'daughter, of Sharpsburg, visited Mr. Rolph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rolph Sunday. Miss Christine Anderson has re turned from a month's visit to her brother, Charles Anderson nnd wife of Milwaukee. Arthur MarUand .has returned to Paris after spending pome tin e with his grandparents,TMr- and Mrs. Na thaniel Markland ..ilptr nntflA nonr Snplliwilln lr j . T li A f nni ohilHmn will nUntx' 'him him ( . . , W. C. Hamilton, of Mt. Sterlin, will address the Men's and Women's Bible Classes of the Christian Church next Sunday morning. Prof. C. F. Martifl is attendini; thH w I Superintendent's department of the Xationnl Educational Association, which convenes at Chicago this litu Week. Mrs. Cray Martin and daughter, Miss-Virginia have returned to their home at Carlisle after spending n few VJavs witli Mrs. Martin's sister, Mrs. C. W. Goodpaster. Mis Leona Palmer entertained with bridge Saturday evening. A salad course was served at the con- clusion of the games. Among those present were Mises Virgaline Byron, Lucille Vice, Grace Crooks, Oddie Power, Mrs. J. Lk Byron, Mrs. Shanklin Piper, Messrs. Fjssett Botts, Lacy Byron, Malcolm McCoy,' Palmer Gudgcll, Ewell Shrout, Car roll E. Byron, James A. Mark, Bas com Thompson and Clark Lane. Mrs. I D. Brother cntertainedN with bridge Tuesday afternoon at her home on west main street. She vas assisted by her mother, Mrs. T. S. Barnes and Mrs. H. C. GudsellJ A delightful luncheon was served and hc yellow color scheme carried cij i:i detail. Among those invited wc .re-sdar. es, T. ,S. Shrout, W. B. Ar nold, J. L. Ewlng, Shanklin Piper, 'nnio Richards, J, B. Hampton, J. IByron, E, H. Brother. A. T. Byron. ColeVian Elliott, J. D. Conner, E. V: "V - - Brother, a W. Y'ountr. Ford Patter- J. Xeshitt, Katherine Good- paster, Nan Emmons, G. C. Ewing, E. II. Goodpaster, J. W. Shankland, C. W. Goodpaster, S. 0. Crooks, Charles Bristow, Edgar Denton, T S. Robertson, TL W. Kincaid, Misses Oddie Power and Louise Lacy. Noted Publisher Passes Away AVm. Bruce Miller, aged 52 years, for many years publisher of the Pa ris Kcntuckian Citizen died at Cin cinn last Thursday afternoon fol lowing an illness of a complication of diseases. He is 'survived by a host of relatives and friends who nioun his loss. The newspapei, which Mr. Miller publis -cd for twenty years, bus leen published continuously since 1807 and . -he oldest paper in the United States, CIRCUIT COURT NOTES The case of the Commonwealth versus E. C. Kimbrcll, charged with the killing of Ed Bailey whioh oc cured at Salt Lick Inst March excited more interest than has been mani fested in nay trial here in many years. It took all of Wednesday af ternoon and Thursday session to make up the jury. One hundred ex- i tra men were summoned and then they lacked three of making the jury. Fifty men were summoned from Montgomery county nnd the jury was completed Thursday afternoon. Friday and Saturday were spent hearing the testimony. Snturday I afternoon the arguments of counsel iverc heard. Judge E. C. O'Rcar, of rankfort, for the defense and Com- onwealth's Attorney Hamilton, for he Commonwealth. The nnrument wus closed about 4:30 Snturday af ternoon and the case put in the hands of the jury who reported shortly after six o'clock. The verdict being live years in the State penitentiary under instruction number two, vol untary manslaughter. Kimbrcll has made motion for new trial. Case of Commonwealth vs. Win. 'vans, chargcl with shooting nn! wounding and nourishing a deadl. weapon was oiiipromiscd by thi paying of a line whi.-h uggrcgate" $050. The Grnu-I Jury returned 83 in dirtuients, about 40 of them foi i'i'.mr violations. TheMlrnnd Jury also advised repairs on the cour: roof, making it more modern and -..m'L-.ty a- 1 si"iie repairs on tin county jail, such as a coal house ant' sewerage system with cesspool. The ouit issued a rule that the Fwea court cany out these suggestions. Case of Commonwealth vs. Leon ard Williams-, larceny, the indictment was amended to read appropriating property of another without their co:st.nt, and fine set at .$100. Court adjourned until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hcndrix are confined to their home with influenza. judge . a. iiudjreH ajs'i- us-fv "" tiiici uniuarK oi nil. v on II. C. Gudgcll at his homs- on Main street. Roger Animermnn is convnlescin; from. on attack of flu. 7 Uley Chandler is able to be out ligain' after nn attack ot influenza. If . V Jnccb Kincaid a:: id Burl Kincaid r.nd wife arc convalescing after an r.ttnek of influenza. Cole Barnes is convalescing from an attack of influenza. ih1 .. ; ;CIyde Snedegar is 'confined to Ais home with 'rheumatism. Mr. Sncde- gar had just recovered from an at-. tack of flu. Sam Crooks is able to be out again after an attack of influenza. R. C. Byron is able to be iit his store again after a week's illness of influenza. David Williamson is confined to his home convalescing from an. at tack of influenza. Mrs. R. C. Byfwn is convalescing im aifTTttack of influenza. Bus!ness Activity Increasing There is no doubt but thnt this sef tion will soon have a business re vival and that the wheels of com vc 11 once again be moving nt J ir old time speed not so fast p -!-ap as they did during the war P'riod, neither can we expect that b.it there will be a return of pros perous times such as we have not known for more than a year. The Bath county' situation will be improved wonderfully when our to bacco commences to move which will 1 1 in March. The money market will become easier, merchants will be in better condition and people will com mence to buy things that arc needed. Then times will be better for all. As we have said before and now. repeat we believe that the return of pros perity will he noticeable in Kentucky before the reit of the country strikes its stride. Total number of deaths iu i!u Statu last year were 25,179 mu pared wiMt 28,623 in 1920, accord ing to J. V. Bbickerbyf director ot" vital statistics. OUTLOOK $!.50 PER YEAR. r "VI REPORT Q- -'.RAND JURY BATH . fIT COURT Feiruary term, 1922. Hon. II. li. Ir- Judge: Wo, the Gra fully report tl y would respeet- nave now een in session six d md that wo havo returned into op Court S3 indict ments covering ' 'ions crimes nnd misdemeanors wlw1 have been com mitted within out ' risdiction. That we have J jthfully tried to follow the instruction of the Court and that wc hav -li'ie a sweeping investigation ol ! noUui-ms that have been comn. : - far as we were that able to in--iv,:''- 'o find the morals of Jie County aro improving which sh' receive tho commendation of all - od citizens. V beg to note and ' cartily com. mend the action of the Chamber of Commerce of the towp Owingsville for their action in nil'" if and assist ing the ollb crs of the t. inty in the extermination of crime. Wi- believe that the concerted effort ' 'e g.)od citizenry of the ounty idd very much to the supprcssioi i whiskey violations that are now ind have ! ecu committed in the conity in tho past. We heartily thank t' - of the Court for thei- .nd assistance to us . ice of our duty sim s. im . 1 ' in session. We have examined the pit ot ticcs and building of the coc " and we find that they are in fairk' good condition, and that the ( are well kept. We have exai. .n't ihe reports of the County Ot!;.. c ."'d find that they are correct . '- as we are able to ascertain. We Leg to report thut ave examined the copit'o ' rn pikes of the county and tsmt- ve'id that in many places t'.e r-ndsnre in a dangerous condition, , rat at many places thsrc are s ill -u''0 rock on tV sides of the -.a I t have tu'i .s yet been spiund, f'd have be- iiir there for a I T period . . nd thai the that ih. . iicen scattered iave i j Blend h-H ly have all ud unspreut" sides of the pthv. ju si..tercd i place on the rons in the pro.ei manner. i We recomni'..) t at the main' Court room be cnunge'd and remodcl.-i ed so as to make the jury box on the. right hand side of the Bar, and j mat me witness uox oe placed m front of the Bench) and that the floor of the Court Room be carpeted anew, the said changes to conform to the modern requirements of Court Rooms. We hereby recommend that the (County Jail he' so 'remodeled' 'hat women's departments will be in such condition that it will be safe, sane and sanitary for the keeping of fe male prisoners. Also that the prop er sinks and tubs be placed therin, and that a cesspool built of concrete to collect the sewerage from the Jail and County closets. That there also be a coal house and wood shed built at the jail, and that the roof ins of the jail be renaired. Respectfully submitted, CLYDE YOUNG, Foreman Christian Church Notes Preaching at the Christian Church wxt Sunday morning nnd evening, ajf the usual hours. Attendance at unday School last Sunday was 134. Mr. W. C. Hamilton, of Mt. Ster. Img will sponk nt Sunday School next Sunday morning. HENRY S. FICKLIN, Minister. Bath County's Assessment W. D. Bailey, Tax Commissioner, reports the assessment of property for the year 1921 as follows: Land Leases Town Lots Tangible Property Live Stock Intangible Bank Stock' $9,327,170.00 $737.00 $802,072.00 $G20.52G.OO .. $367,450.00 $1,165,184.00 ... $404,247.00 Total Exemptions Dogs, $12,429,142.00 258,250.00 1,037 To Appoint Tax Auditors An examination will be held on March the 8th for the purpose of electing eligibles for auditors and nspectors for the Income Tax Unit. The enlance salaries rr.nge from $1,800 to $3,000 a ear. Full information and application blanks may bo obtained from the I 'nil Service Commission, Wasb.l'--i-u, D. C. ISPECAL SALE! a OF y r i f T T f v t t t f v f T I United States Size 30x3 J Cord Tires 30x34 $ 13.00 Sale will continue IxfMEMBERjmJ v2gsvti JgSVt, SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUT Urges Fair Treatment Declaring that, while the men who j stayed out of the Burlcy Tobacco Growers' Association last year, made a serious mistake, nothing should be done by members of the Association to hurt their feelings or cause them to think all of the Association or its members, Col. Pnssonneau, chief of the Held sen-ice division of the As sociation gave out, in a statement in which he said the men who stayed out suffered the disadvantage of low prices and probably would continue to, do so and urged members to en deavor to sign up every grower who s far has not come into the organi zation A! Increase Of 500 Per Cent. ' ic ost of operating th V. S. Bct- ,-ft'uiK,A..I'f .'inuli- ircs i uar purposes w.v -I'l, !!X for iie fiscal year ending, 30, li'2'2, the amount appro Mated for the same purpose, not eluding the cost of war ad navy partmeuts, pensions etc., was $1, orijOj 7,36(5, or an increase of near. fiOO-per cent. H" .1 ic.vjiuone message is iransmur- f .-i New York to San Francisco inabouf on fiftieth second, or prac Vally the -jiced of light. Measure 'lM.ts matto by Bell Telephone engi . crs show that on the average about i- of a second is required for a tosraph sounder in San Francisco to pt. . 3 after the key .is, closed in IK. iits rain-sleet of Wednesday made t sidewalks very dangerous to e" el on. INDIGESTION Basj f Qblic Official Says Thei forty Black-Draught Helps Him l Keep Physically Fit. C?ty City. Ky. "I hare bwn In busli . here- for twenty-one yeara; am u' oroner, riding the Kentucky hills i bollows in all kinds of weatt and under all kinds of con ditions -.ys Sir. Sam T. Carr. of this place. able to do so, I must keep .r.,irai-, fit, and Thedford'a BIftck- .iLKht is my stand-by. Theu. tji- used to give me head aches, anrhat, I found, came from hurried m cs or from constipation. "I was c. rtneed that Black-Draught was good, l l now I use it, and it gives perfect sat faction. It acts on the liver, rellei t indigestion and certain ly la splendi I am never without It." When - i have a feeling of discom fort aft- ,-tls, causing a bloating sensatloi ajtiche, bad breath, and similar ci. ncn symptoms, try taking pinch of wck-Draught after meals a pinch of the dry powder, washed down with a swallow of water. This has been ' aad to assist the stomach and liver to carry on their normal work, ar-1 atlps prevent, or relieve, constipatlor Your drcra.st can supply you with this well-k'jwa, purely-vegetable liver medicine, .asist upon Thedford's, ths original nd only genuine Black Dmugl't . medicine. NO-137a JUST RECEIVED Wi have just received a car lo tt of Northern white seed Onts. i Owingsville RES and Cioodyear Tires non-skid $10.00 T T T r r V "about two weeks. f f T T T Income Tax in Nutshell Who ? Singlo( persons who had net income of $1,000 or more, or gross income of $5,000 or more. Married couples who had net income of $2, 000 or more, or gross income of $5, 000 or more. When? Match 15, 1922 is final date f r liliti-r rct.tnis and making first payments. Where? Collector of internal rev enue for the district in which the person lives, or has his principal rdat e of business. How? Full directions on Form 1040A and Form. 1040; also the law and regulations. What f Four per cent normal tax on taxable income up to $4,000 in excess of exemption. Eight per cent norninl tax on balance of taxable in- i H'tio'' Sin tax from lper cent to 05 per cent on net incomes over $5,00(1 for the year 1921. ' MJrs. Newt Norris slipped and fell on the street here Tuesday, bruising herself slightly, though not seriously. Robert Duff is at home after par ticipating jrt a raid in'Greenup coun ty in whieh thre'etnoonshiners wera oaptured inTl twenty-five barrels of mush destroyed". "Death Lurks In White Corn Liquor" "The face on the bar room floor, should be a skull, with cross-bones under it, these days," declares Geo. If. Uliucoc, Federal prohibition agent .1 : f - -i . of Louisville. . "Death lurks in white com liquor," he says. It contains fuescl oil, one of the most deadly poisons. First run moonshine is rank poison," yet the moonshiner who makes the stuff "first shots" it is called by the legitimate distiller, doesn't trouble 'himself to distill it again, but sells it as it is for drinking purposes." Double dstilliation and ageing in charred barrels for at least four years is necessary to remove the fuesel oil, Mr. Blincoe says. "No moonshine I have ever seen in my experience as a prohibition enforcement officer has been aged. The bootleggers' motto seems to be "full speed ahead" and never safety Hrst," City Restaurant Nixon & Arnold, Props. Now open and doing business. Regular Meals & Short orders Kitchen in charge of first-class chef. Produce Co'. ,? Hi Hi Carload Hi & Hi Hi BARRETT'S 2- ply Plain 3- ply Plain 80-lb Green Surfaced 1-ply good quality m fP You will note a Hi abovo prices. Hi Hi This quotation cash only ifi Globe 2-8-5 Tobacco Plant Bed Fer H tilizer at 2.50 per hundred pounds. is fA IxfMEMBERjmJ & Take Advantage of National CANNED FOODS WEEK! 2 MARCH 1st and visit Special Displays during f r T t t f f T Saturday's Special 2 Cans Best Corn 25c g: J. v J tz 31 SI; i jjj Owing to the uncertain conditions in regard tfi to the 1022 tobacco crop neither the wholesaler ih nor the retailer has an oversupply of tobacco 3? canvas. Therefore we predict a scarcity later IE Eg in the season. For this reason we urge our ffi customers to supply their wants early. ffi National Ky. AA ' 4 3-4c Prices are cash and subject to change without notice. LACY-GOONS & GO. ifi Crern 15 sell- Yy iiive two jouiccs oi bcone vl-jj tov.s hnd a De Lavtl Cres-a V j t-riarn to sail a sieaay casn income with all its vsuiUccs. (2) Skim-milk widi which to grow another crop of calves, pis and chickens. Dairying with a Dc Laval Separa tor h the surest, safeit and most profit . hie brrncfi cf farmir.3. It is the best working, best rrade and longwt weat 15 c;e.m scpa&tor in the world. mm j, a. BRQifKEF iuM JUST RECEIVED I Roofing $2,85 $3.25 ' $3.00 $1.50 bicrreductrv iutlie E. L. & A. T. BYKON THE WINCliESTER STORE Ovingav:!Ie, Ky. fi? to 8th, 1922 my store hnd Special Pric this week r.o. byrcTn - ""'T KJS i, XmJ 4 - 4 5 l-2c 1 -w 2! feed yJ - -s Y r I I. 1 V . . , . . '