The Richmond ClimaxWednesday, April 6, 1904
At the Throttle
It is gratifying news to the many friends of Mr. Roscoe Reeves to know that he has been promoted to the position of regular engineer on the Louisville & Atlantic railroad, between Versailles and Beattyville. The promotion is a most worthy one. Roscoe has been in the service of this road for a number of years, working his way up, both as to position and in the favor of the road officials. He is a son of Mr. James Reeves, of this city, and is a boy that anyone might be glad to call friend. He possesses all the traits of true manhood and we congratulate the road he works for. This position is a special honor, since Roscoe is probably one of the youngest men who has a regular run as engineer. The Climax is indeed glad to know of his success and rapid promotion.