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Image 3 of Jeffersonian (Jeffersontown, Ky.), April 27, 1911

Part of Jeffersonian (Jeffersontown, Ky.)

ELECTION For Proposed Graded Common Schools ferson County, on May in Jef- 13, 1911. April 3, 1911. STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON. JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT. B. T. COLEMAN AND OTHERS OX PETITION. To fix tax and boundary of proposed graded Common School District. It appearing to the Court that more than ten legal voters who are tax payers in the First Magisterial DiKentucky, have petitioned this Court to fix the li'iundary of a proposed graded common school district and to order an election to establish a graded common school, and it being the next rrgular term of this court afti-- said was received by the County J udge of this county, and it further appearing that the petition is approved by the Superintendent of the Common Schools of Jefferson County, Kentucky, and by the Trustees of Uncommon School whose Districts are em bra- d in the proposed graded Common School District, and it furl appearing that no part of the boundary of said proposed graded common school district will be more than two and one half miles from the schoolhousi : the court being advised, it is considered and adjudged and hereby ordered that the following boundaries shall be spread upon the order book of this Court as of the proposed graded common school district petitioned for 41, Divisherein which is diion 2, and part of vision 1. Jefferson County, Kentucky, more particularly described as folstrict, Jefferson County. r u h-- er s sub-distri- sub-distri- lows: April 3, 1911. STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON. JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT. CKORC.E M. RUSH AND OTHERS ON PETITION. To fix tax and boundary of proposed graded Commora School District. vV n one-hal- tin-orde- e first-clas- road known as the Aiken thence along said road, in an eastern direction to the point of beginning, including all the property within the above boundary. And it is further ordered that the Sheriff of Jefferson County do hold on the 13th day of May,.l!Ml, at the schoolhouse at Middletown, Kentucky, between the hours ot 6 a. m. and p. m. an election for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters within the above described boundaries constituting the proposed graded common school distiict upon the proposition whether or not they are tor or against an annual graded common school tax in the sum of fifty cents on each one hundred dollars of the property assessed within the above described boundaries and belonging to said white voters or corporations, all for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school within the above described proposed graded common school district and for erecting, purchasing or repairing suitable buildings for said purpose therein and for any and all other necessary incidental expense to the s carrying on and conducting of a graded common school at Middletown. Jefferson Caunty, Kentucky. It is futher ordered that said election is to be held for the purpose of electing five trustees for the proposed graded common school district, and said trustees when elected to be divided by lot into three classes in accordance with Kentucky Statutes, sect1 first-clas- ions 4471 and 4469-a- . A. M. Emler, Sheriff Jeff. Co., Ky. d It appearing to the Court that more than ten legal voters who are tax payers in the Third and Fourth Magisterial Districts of Jefferson County, Kentucky, have petitioned this Court to fix the boundary of a proposed graded Common School District and to order an election to establish a graded Common School, and it being the next regular term of this Court after petition was received by the County Judge of this County, and it further appearing that the petition is approved by the Superintendent of the common schools of Jefferson County, Kentucky, and by the Trustee of the Common School whose district is embraced in the proposed graded Common School District, and it fu ther appearing that no part of the boundary of said proposed graded Common School District will be more f than two and miles from the school house; the court being advised; it is considered and adjudged and hereby ordered that the following boundaries shall be spread upon book of this Court as the boundaries of the proposed graded Common School Distiict petitioned for herein which is District No. 72. Jefferson County, Kentucky, more par ticularly described as follows: including JACOMS ADDITION all the town plot east of Manslick Road and West of Taylor Boulevard up the Taylor Boulevard te the North line of the Crockett property; thence East with the line of Crockett and Churchill line and the Thompson's heirs to Fourth St., when exi ended; thence South with Thompson's line to Thompson's WestSoutheast corner; thence ward ly including Fred Stephen x thence Taylor Boulevard Northwardly to the 'Southeast corner of Jacob's Addition. And it is further ordered that the Sheriff of Jefferson County do hold on the 13th day of May 1911, at the School House at said District No. 72 Jefferson County, Kentucky, between the hours of ti a.m. and 4 p.m. an election for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters within the above described boundaries constituting the proposed graded Common School District upon the proposition whether or not they are for or against an annual graded common school tax in the sum of twenty-livcents on each one hundred dollars of the property assessed within the above described boundaries and belonging to said white voters or corporations, all for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school within the above described proposeu graded Common School District and for erecting, purchasing or repairing suitable buildings for said purpose therein and for any and all otbei necessary incidental expense to the s carrying on and conducting of a graded common school District No. 72 Jefferson County. Kentucky. It is further ordered that sani tion is to be held for the purpose of April 3, 1911. electing live trustees for the propos STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY ed graded Common School District, OF JKFFERSON. said trustees when elected to be di"JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT. vided by lot in to three classes in acPETITION OF ANGERKAU GRAY cordance with Kentucky Statutes, AND OTHERS. Sections 4471 and 44C9a. To fix tax and boundary of proposed A. M. KMI.ER, Sheriff, graded Common School District. Jefferson County, Ky. Beginning at Chenoweth Station the Shelby vi He Branch of the U N. R. K. : thence in a western direction, along the north side of said R. R. to the limits of the town of Anchorage: thence along the southern limits of the town of Anchorage, in a western direction, to a point of intersection of said limits with a county road known as Harrod's Creek Road: thence to the farm of S. A. Hartwell, and include him: thence to the farm ofC. L. Witherbee. and include him: thence to the farm of L. L. Dorsey. and include hinr.thence to the south side of Louisville iV Inter-urbaR. R. tracks, at a point at the southwest corner of L. L. Dorsey's farm, in an eastern direction along the south side of said Louisville and Interurban R. R. tracks to the farm of J. J. Douglas: thence, in a southern direction along the west limits of the J. J. Douglas farm to the farm of A. Moser, and include him, thence to the farm of Jno. Yenowine, and include him: thence to the farm of Wm.Hoskins, and include him: thence to the southwest corner of the farm of Jas. Ellingsworth: thence along the center of a county road, in an eastern direction, to t he farm of .1. W. Urton, and include him: thence along the center of a county road, in an eastern direction, to the southwest corner of a farm of JacobSpieh-er- : thence in a northern direction, along the west line of the Jacob Spicher farm to to the Shelbyville pike: thence across said pike to the North side of Louisville and Interurban R. R. tracks at the Northwest corner of Jacob Spicher farm: thence, along the north side of said tracks, April 3, Dill. in a western direction, to the county STATF OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY road, oi, ner of Hazel wood Addition; thence south on the line between Hazel-wooand Hazelwood Annex to Bergman avenue; thence on Bergman avenue to the northwest corner of Meacham's, Seventh street addition; thence south on the line between Meacham's addition and the W. J. Hughes place; to the southeast corner of the Hughes place; thence south on the line between Mrs. Zoeller and Mrs. C. A. King to the southwest corner of the Zoeller place; thence, through the C. A. King tract to the northwest corner of Ceo. Marret place, thence to the southwest corner of the Marret place, thence east on the line between Geo. Marret and Jacob Park of property to the intersection Grand Boulevard with the Taylor Iloulevard at the Seventh street entrance to Jacob's Park, thence northeast with the Grand Boulevard (including that portion of th Mooney farm on the southside Crand Boulevard, about CO acres) to the crossing of the Third street car line of the city railway to Jacob Park. The same being the corner of the Grand Boulevard and Southern Woodlawn avenue in Heights Subdivision; thence west on Woodlawn avenue with the cai line to Haldeman avenue Southern Heights Subdivision; thence north on Haldeman avenue, with the car line to Park avenue; thence west on Park avenue following the north Heights Subdiline of Southern vision to the northeas't corner of Louis Seelbaeh tract, thence west on line between Seelbaeh tract and O. GahliiiKer place to Tay lor Boulevard thence south or. Taylor Boulevard to Mill Creek. (The above boundaries in Southern Heights Subdivision includes all sections except A and B, as pel plot on file in court house); thenct west with Mill Creek to the north Hazelwood, tin of west corner point of beginning. And it is further ordered that the sheriff of Jefferson county do hold on the 13th day of May, 1911, at site of school house in District No. 20, Jefferson county, Kentucky between the hours of ti a. m. and 4 p. m.. an election for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters within the above described boundaries constituting the proposed graded Common School District upon the proposition whether oi not they are for or against an annual graded common school tax in tin sum of thirty cents on each one hm. died dollars of the property asseseJ within the above described bonvda ries and belonging to said white voters or corporations, all for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school within the above described School proposed graded Common District and for erecting, purchasing buildings for or repairing suitable said purpose therein and for any and necessary incidental exall other pense to the carrying on and con s graded com ducting of a school at the present site ol moil school house in District No. 20, Jefferson County, Kentucky. It is further ordered that said election is to be held for the purpose of electing five trustees for the pro School Disposed graded Common trustees when elected to trict, said be divided by lot into three classes, with the Kentucky in accordance Statutes, Sections 4471 and 44ti9a. A. M. EMLER, Sheriff, Jefferson County, Ky. OK JEFFERSON. JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT. II. C. MOORE AND OTHERS ON PETITION. To fix tax and boundary of proposed graded Common School District. It appearing to the Court that more than ten legal voters who are tax payers in the Fourth Magisterial District of Jefferson, County, Kentucky, have petitioned this Court to fix the boundary of a proposed graded Common School District and to order an election to establish a graded common school, and it being the next regular term of this Court after said petition was received by the County Judge of this County, and it further appearing that the petition is approved by the Superintendent of the Common Schools of Jefferson County, Kentucky, and by the Trustee of the Common School whose District is embraced in the proposed graded Common School District, and it further appearing that no part of the boundary of said proposed graded Common School District will be more f miles from than two and the school house, the court being advised it is considered and adjudged and hereby ordered that the following boundaries shall be spread upoa the order book of this court as the boundaries of the proposed graded Common School District petitoned for herein which is District No. 20, Jefferson County, Kentucky, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the northwest cor one-hal- -- w first-clas- t Used Extensively BY THE- - U. S. Govern THE t Standard Typewriter The Simplest, Strongest and Most Practical Typewriter Made. PRICE, $65.00 ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. Royal Typewriter Building New York, N. Y. branch in each principal city. A to the Southwest corner of a I'.'.l acre tract of land owned by .1. J Barrett; thence Eastwardly along the South line of Barrett's said tract to the Anchorage and Middletown Road; thence Northwardly along said Anchorage and Middletown Road to the Southwest corner of a 22 acre tract of land owned by Helen A. Robinson; thence Eastwardly along the South line of said Robinson tract and also along the South line of Blanche 5? Kohn, C. E. Clark and A. Gray to Evergreen Avenue; thence South wardly along. Evergreen Avenue, to Makes keeps in a the Southwest corner of V. .). Blow's land; thence Eastwardly along the South line of property owned by V. J. Blow; .1. P. Winston, and Wyatt Shallcross; to a point opposite the West side of the residence of .1. L. Shallcross; thence Southwardly to the SouthGuaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Act, June 30, west corner of said J. L. ....;! .7ui ion. house; thence Eastward ly to the Southeast corner of said Shallcross's house; thence Northwardly to the South line of the property owned by Wyatt ShallM cross and George P. Welter; thence Eastwardly along the South line of JEFFERSONTOWN, KY. said Welter's land across the land Kritzky; thence owned by Northeastwardly across the Shelby-villBranch of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad to a point in the property owned by T. C. Hobbs. across said thence Northwardly Hobb's land following the Fast line of property owned by Mary K. Button, I. W. Bernheim, and Percivn! Moore, across a 36 acre tract of land owned by I. W. Bernheim, and a 45 acre tract owned by Lawrence Jones, to a point in a 162 acre tract owned by Amanda Bernheim, Southwestwardly acrobS thence SOLD BY said tract of Amanda Bernheim, and to across a 67 acre tract belonging Office with I. W. Bernheim and across a 7,2 acre Brinley Hardy Co. tract owned by George Bay less, to the Northeast corner of property owned by the estate of John C. Preston and Main Sts., LOUISYIL.L.E, Ky i :i Russell, thence Southwestwardly along said Russell's line to a corner with Pauline Cooper and the Louisville Presbyterian Orphanage: SUMMERS-JOHNSO- N thence along the Orphanage and LUMBER CO. to Cooper's line continued corner of the property Incorporated owned by Franke to the point of BUECHEL, KY, beginning. And it is further ordered that the Sheriff of Jefferson County do hold 5. Paints, Hardware, Lime, Cement, Brieh, Sand, Fertilizer. . on the 13th day of May, 1911, at WHY NOT PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES at $ Country Club House X when it saves you money? We arc prepared t furnish anything X Anchorage, Kentucky, between the in the Building Line hours of 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. an election . BE SURE TO GIVE US A CALL. Phone Highland for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters within the above described boundaries constituting the proposed graded Common School District upon the proposition whether or not they are for or against an annual graded common school tax in the sum of (20c) twenty JT IViVA ISEKjUi "LKJIS iV 1 VJl LI V3 cents on each one hundred dollars of Because, you want something nice not because you want to economize within the the property assessed above described boundaries and beGood printing is better than cheap engraving. jSTiyz longing to said white voters or corporations, all for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school iM.oiu'JiUua within the above described proposed LOUISV ILLE,, KY., USA. TMElRy WORK. IS THE nSTANDAFJ) graded Common School District and for erecting, purchasing or repairing suitable buildings for said purpose therein and for any and all other JEPIERSONTOWN, KY. necessary incidental expense to th" carrying on and conducting of a graded common school at Anchorage Jefferson County, Kentucky. It is further ordered that said elec- CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. tion is to be held for the purpose of (incorporated) electing five trustees for the proposed graded Common School District, said Long distance lines and telephones of trustees when elected to be divided this Company enable you to talk almost by lot into three classes in accoranywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi dance with Kentucky Statues Sections 4471 and 44G9a. and Louisiana, . We can put you in quick A. M. EMLER, Sheriff and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country. Jefferson County, Ky. 44 4-- 11 4 4 A remedy for Chicken Cholera, Gapes, Roup and Limberneck. 4 4 the hens lay and them healthy condition. NO CURE-N- O PAY. A Shall-cross'- s 4 . E W. A. WHEELER, e not trust in the: JOHNSTON BINDERS, MOWERS AND RAKES JOHN BUECHEL, JR. tn-- THE I I Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding; Etc. appearing to the Court that more than ten legal voters who are tax payers in the first Magisterial District, Jefferson County, Kentucky, have petitioned this Court to fix the boundary of a proposed graded Common School District and to order an election to established a graded Common School, and it being the next regular term of this Court after said petition was received by the County Judge of this County, and It further appearing that the petition is approved by the Superintendent of the Common Schools of Jefferson County, Kentucky, and by the trustees of the Common School whose district is embraced in the proposed Graded Common School District, and it further appearing that no part of the boundary of said proposed graded Common School District will be more f than two and miles from the school house, the court being advised it is considered and adjudged and hereby ordered that the following boundaries shall be spread upon the order book of this court as the boundaries of the proposed graded Common School District petitioned for herein and indentical with the corporate limits of the Town of Anchorage which is District No. 67, Educational Division No. 1, Jefferson County, Kentucky; more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the North East corner of a tract of land owned by Franke, formerly the property of S. H. Shallcross, thence southwardly to the North line of a 21 acre tract We solicit your patronage. Rates reasonowned by James Thompson, thence able. Equipments and facilities Southwestwardly along said ThompDo vou take the city papers ? Read son's line to the old Middletown and Harrod's Creek Road; thence our clubbing offers. We can save JAMES E. CALDWELL, T. D. WEBB, LELAND HUME, aoutheastwardly along said Road you money. Xresux General President. It f 69-T- 0 -- f agetfo or HAR00URT & CO. one-hal- The Jeffersonian first-clas- s , M' r:

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