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THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE
PUHUHIIKD KVKhY KRIDAT AT
Okas. D. Cole Kditoh
Entered m Hecond-OlnM Mnttor February
1(1, 1WI lit tlia roitofflce nt IUrbourvllle.
Ky., under Act of Congress o( March 3, HT.
One Dollar Per Year in Advance
The Official Oraan of I he Republican
Party In Knox County.
KNOX CIRCUIT COURT
Altlo Rico, pltll.
Gertrude Rico, otc,
John S. Cnlebs, adms, of H. A. Rice
- doceasud, dofts.
Under a judgement of tho Knox
Circuit Court rendered nt its Sept.,
term 1912, In the above styled case
tho undersigned Master Commis
sioner Will on Monday Octobor, 28
19f2, It being county oourt day for
Knox county, between the hours of
10 o'clock A. M. nnd 3 o'clock P. M.
at the east door of the court house
In Harbourvlllc, Ky., soil on a cred
it of six months, tho following two
tracts of lnnd. And the purchaser
will be required to give bond with
approved security bearing interest
from date of sale and having the
force and effect of a judgement
with a Hen retained upon said prop
erty until paid In full. Said land
Is situated on the south side of Cum
berland river near Artemus nnd Is
known as the J. B. Parks farm or
Beginning at a small ash un
Giegory branch, wators of Brush
creek; thenc s 67 1-2 o 39 poles to a
stone on the side of a drain thence
up said drain s 8 e4 poles to a mul
berry; thence s 33 e 10 poles to a
cucumber, in all, 17 poles to a stono
on the side of said drain; thence s
20 e 42 poles to a sourwood and red
oak on top of tho ridge; thence
with same to Cregory's lino; thence
with Gregory's lino to two blnck
gums; thence s 38 e 18 poles to a
spotted oak. corner of lots 10 and 11,
made in the division of Gregory, of
color, line; thence n 12 e Go poles to
a red elm; thence n 20 o 23 poles to
a persimmon, in all, W poles to a
small red oak standing on a blurt;
thence 8 55 e 20 poles to a stone;
thence east 8 poles to an apple tree;
thence n 25 e 20 poles to a beoch;
thence n 04 w 14 poles to a cucumbor
thence 05 w 14 poles to a black oak
stump; thence n 7" w 46 poles to a
black oak on John Corum's line;
thence with a conditional line mado
between John Hoskins and Henry
Gregory of color, and with John
Corum's line to the lino of the land
sold by J. B. Parks to B. F. Main;
thence with said line to a persim
mon standing by a fenco and a bluff
thonce s 44 w 16 poles to n black
jack by a fence; thence s 41 w 18
poles to a sycamore by a fenco;
thence 8 45 w 26 polos to a stake In
a low gap on a cllir on Cumberlrnd
river; thence s 13 o 21 poles to the
SKCOND TRACT beginning at
two small sassafrass bushes in a
swag on an upland hill and on the
line of John M. Davis and B. A.
Rice; thence running a course of n
88 e to a stake on a conditional line
made by and between John Hoskins
and Harry Gregory of color or
thence runnlug with tho condition
al to where It Intersects with J. B,
Parks line; thence with .1. B. Parks
line to the beginning.
Given under my hand, this Oct.,
J. R. Junes,
. Brown, Ross Shoe Co., and Faucott
Jaon A. Detherage
By vlrture of executions number
8I4-B017-862O luulng from tho Knox
Circuit Court on Sept., S8th and
Octobr2Bd, I,S. II. Jonw, sherifl
of Kex County, will of er for sale
4 Mm ut UU of the oourt houw
Prof. Prescott, of the University of
Michigan, testified before the Pure
Food Committee of Congress, that the
acid of grapes held highest rank as an
article of food and he regarded the re
sults from baking with cream of tartar
baking powder as favorable to health,
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Rmyal Crape Cream of Tartar.
Oct, 28 It being the first day of tho
Knox county court to tho highest
and best bidder, the following de
scribed boundnry of land. Salo to
bo made be tween tho hours of 10 A.
M. and 1 P. M.
A tract of land lying in Knox
Cohnty on Brush Creek and bound
ed as follows: on the north by
lands of tho Interstate Coul Co., and
and on the east by lands of th In
terstate Coal Co., and on the south
by property of Interstate Coal C.,
and on the west by lands of T.
Brown and tho Jones heirs. Said
lnnd Is tho property levied on a the
property of Jason A. Detherage;
This salo will be made to satisfy
judgements of $300.00 with Interest
from May 10th, 1912 and $143.24 and
Interest from 6th dny of June, 1912
and probable cost of $100.00. Salo
will be for cash or on a credit of six
months with approved security with
Interest at the rate of It per cent,
from date of sale until paid, having
the force and otlect of a Judgement
and retaining a loin on said proper
ty until tho purchaso money is paid.
Given under my tiane this 9th day
of October, 1912.
S. H. JONES, S. K. C.
R. J. Mills
J. H. and Alice Warren
KNOX CIRCUIT COURT
By order of the Knox Clroult
Court, rondorod nt Its Soptembor
term, 1012. In the above stylod case
tho undoralftnod Master Commis
sioner will on tho 28 dny of Oct.,
1912., same being first day of the
Knox County Court, sell at the
Court Houbo door In Bnrbourvllle,
Ky., to tho highest and best bidder
tho following descrlbod property
Sntd tract of land Is tdtuated near
the town of Flat. Lick In Knox
County Ky., and Is bounded as fol
lows: "Beginning on a 16 foot
at reot, tlionce n 5 o 105 foot thonco
n 85 w 82 foot; thonco a 52 w or such
a courso aa to be parallel with the
dower line of tho widow Jones, now
occuplod and ownod byOnnlel Gtl-
inoro and loavlng a ten foot street
between this lot and th Gllmore
lot, 181 feet to within 10 feet
of tho lot ownod by Mary E. Coon;
theuco southwardly and pnrallell
with the said Mary K. Coon's lot so
ns t' louvo n 10 foot street, betwoon
It and this lot 118 ftettoa 10 foot
By vlrture of ixecution No. 3014
Issuing from Him Knox Circuit
Court on Sept. 15th, I. S. H. Jonte
sherltr of Knox County, will at tho
front door of the court houso In Bar-
liniirvllln If v nn Mandnv October
28th, the sain, being the first day ,f treet, running from the old state
the Knox County Court, soli to the ' road near the residence of Arch
hlghestand best blJdtr tho follow, I Campbell to the Bnrbotirvillo road,
lng decrlbod property. Just south of Mary K. Cooii'b lot;
a i... f in.,,1 iit, in Kn.iv thonco n 80 e with said stroer. 208
Ci'i)ty and bouudtd ns MIowh:
n the north by the lauds of Dan
Blnehnm, on the east by lands of
Dan Bingham, on the south by lunds
uf Dan Bingham and J. M. E. Bak-1 cd to the plaintiff Sydney Ingram a
er, and on the south and west by , two thln,g uulHvI(iod interest, and
tbe lands of J. M. K. Baker ami , Rft,d (,00(, , reforea t0 for ,nore
Amaada Bingham and Uvled on ,-.. ...,., ,, ,
U ...I Alio, war.' """""" ""v"l'""" "'" """""'"Jt
foot to the beginning, and It being
tho same tract of land in which
Frank Ingram nnd Betty Tngrnmon
the 11th day of March 1912, convoy-
the lands of J
Sale will bt for cash or on a credit
of six months with approved secur,
ity, tho purchaser to execute bonds,
bearing Interest at tnernteofO per
cant from date of snU until paid,
having the fore and effect of a
judf tinent nnd retaining a leiu up
on the property until all purchase
mny is paid.
The amount t be raised U $77.33
and probable cost f $30.00.
Given undarmy hand this 9th day
f October, 1912.
S. H. Jones S. K. O.
Sulci property will lie soul on a
credit tho purchaser to execute
bonds with approved security, bear
lug Interest from dato until paid,
Having the tnrce nnu eliect or a
jugemont and retaining a lien on
said property until the purchase
money Is paid.
Witness my hand, this 8 dny of
J. R. Joiios, Commissioner.
Sale about 1 P. M. Purchasers
must execute bonds as soon as sale
I Is over, or the property will be lin-
medtatly put up and resold.
head of his convention. You know ho iv a Southern Democrat like's you colored people in politics.
Rooseyelt wanted to catch the Southern Democrat; but Mr. Roosevelt ought not to forget that it was a
regiment of brave colored soldiers that marched in front of him and shielded him from th'e Spaniard's
bullets at San Juan Hill; it was the colored voters thnt made it possible for him to be elected Republican
Governor of New York by a small majority and it was the colored votei s all over the nation that voted
for him for President. What does the Colored man think of his ingratitude? Roosevelt used to eat with
the colored man to get their votes. He turns his back on them. He is looking for votes in the Demo
cratic party. Now, will you help to tear up the party of Lincoln, Garfield, Grant and McKinley, and
will you turn your back upon the party that has been your friend and will continue to be your friend
and give aid and comfort to your enemies.
Some may say that Mr. Taft did not get his nomination fairly. You nor I attended
the Chicago convention. Governor Hadlcy, the Great Republican leader of Missouri, was Mr. Roose
velt's campaign manager at that convention. The Hon. Orrasby McIIargue, of New York was in charge
of these alleged contests of Roosevelt. These are both great men Honorable men. The conven
tion decided in favor of President Taft. He was nominated. Mr. Roosevelt's manngers, Governor
Hadley and Mr. McHargue, as well as hundreds ol others of his leaders said it was right, and that they
are now for President Taft, and say that Roosevelt is wrong in trying to destroy ,the Republican party.
These men are giving their best eforts for Taft.
' Others of you may say that you want the tariff taken off. The people got that no
tion in their head when they elected Grover Cleveland. We all know the result, Business failures,
starvation, misery, panics, Coxy's armies and "Soup Houses." Mr. Wilson, the Democratic candidate is
preaching the same thing. Do you want to bring about the same conditions that we had in the
Cleveland Administration. Whenever we had tariff in r his Country, the Country was prosperous.
Democratic free trade has always brought disaster. The price ol corn, wheat, horses, mules, cattle,
hogs etc., are high. Wages are high. Everything is prosperous. You pnt Wilson in and get free
trade and sec how quickly you bring on a panic.
You may say, has the Republican party a chance this year? The Democrats nre con
ceding that Taft will carry New York, Pennsylvania and all of the o'her Eastern stated, nnd certain
Central and Western states. This almojt elects Taft. Taft and his friends however say there is no
doubt of his election. Farmers, laboring men and business men are flocking to Taft by the thousands.
He is gaining as no man has ever gained. Why? The people do not want these prosperous times
disturbed. They know that Roosevelt has not a ghost ot i show. They do not want Wilson elect
ed. The Democratic farmers and business men are rallying to the support of Taft. Go to the
poles yourself. Take your neighbor A vote for the lo cabin preserves your party rights for next
venr. It is a vote for Caleb Powers nud for prosperity. Do not join hands with these men who
have had the Republican "teat" in their mouth for years, and when they ran no longer hold office in the
party nnd nbsolutcly control it, they join with other persons who have always been Democrats or who
holtrd Powers, Sampson and other Republican nominees and are now goinij through the country ask.
ing vou nnd us to help them to destroy die party that has made this country what if is. They are tel.
ling you Republicans how to votr They say; "We know Roosevelt hat no chance but we will take
ennuf h votes from the party to defeat the Republican ticket."
WILSON AND FREE TRArE
Wilson is th; free trade candidate. To elect Wilson menne to go hack to the "Cleve
land Hard Times," let us not forget this. The Republican party stands for the protection of the fann
er and laboring man and they are the 'backbone" of the Country "The Salt of the linrth."
Prosperity menns high prices for the farmers and working man. We don't want to
put our farmers and working men on an equality with the "Free Trade" countries of Europe. Wilson
says put him in nnd he will give you "Low Prices." So said Clevland. Sec your Democratic friends
as well as thoxe Republicans who are talking of leaving the "Lou Cabin" and reason with tliem.
Do all you can and victory is ours. We can win and will win with the biggest majority ever tfiven the
Log Cabin in Knox County.
Yours for Shccch this year, next year and years to come
KNOX COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE.
JUDGE ANDREW J. KIRK.
All Parties Are
for Judge Kirk
SO SAY WE ALL OF US.
THE Louisville Evening Post offers a suggestion which
Hie Leader gladly endorses. It is that all parties
unite in supporting Circuit .Judge A. .1. Kirk fur the
vacancy on tin Court of Appeuls bench caused by tin resigna
tion of Judge E. 0. O'ltear which was filled temporarily by
the appointment of Mr. Robert U. Winn by Governor Wilson.
Judges Kirk is an ideal selection and is sun; of nomination
and election no matter what happens in Kentucky or the Na
tion, but his endi.rdement by all parties would hiive a good ef
fect. The Post says on thin subject:
"The retirement of all other candidates
makes certain the nomination by the Kep'.iblicun
party of Judge Andrew J. Kirk, of Johnson
county, for the vacancy Upon the Kentucky Court
of Appeals to he caused by the retiriMiient of
Judge II. II. Winn in Nrfvenibsr. Mr. Kirk is now
u Circuit Judge, and one of the bestiiv Kentucky.
The district is so overwhelming Republican that
even in this year of certain Republican disaster
the Kopublican nominee should win easily.
Moreover, Judge Kirk is of the material out of
which Appellate Judges should i)o made. The
Democratic party will do a graceful act in not
contesting the election, and Wilson, Taft and
Roosevelt men can all unite in the promotion of
"So say we all r.f us." We befieve the Leader and Post
express the sentiment of practically the entire district and
that the suggestions offered will be acted upon by the voter
of the district. Adv't.l
Stock Law Elections
The Sheriff ol Knox County ts
directed by an order of the Knbx
County Court at its August terra
1912, will open n poll in precincts
No. 17 ' Lower Drush Creek and
pr.-cinct No. 18 Upper Hrush Creek
lo take the sense ol the voters in
pncinctNo. 18 ns to whether cattle
ol any kind shall be permitted to
run ut large or not, and in precinct
N" 17 ns tp whether or not "hogs"
li dl be permitted to run nt large
Thii poll will be opened and the
election held at the r gulur Novem
ber Ivlectiou, November 5th 1012.
At which ejection all legnl voters h
said precincts will have the right to
Witness my h nd n Clerk of the
Knox County Court, this October 1,
' Read P. black, Clerk.
RtUctoa Is a talac that mti mm
taUtf u M4r aftK tby km r
Ui la mK viryiaHi tU tbajr
Change of Roadway
On November 1st, 1912 n peti
tion will be filed to mala- the fol
lowing change in the public road
lcadinfc from Wilton, Ky , to Liber
ty School house and described ns
Beginning in the ford of the Creek
near til Harrison Steele place and
running V'lto the lauds of Clins,
Fore, to nsmnll(poplnrou the foot
ol the hill; Mhence running around
the loot of tlie hill above the high
wider mark tlo ilenr two gums on
the Wilton aiAjl Woodbine road. -
This work clinnges the road from
a roadbed in She creek nnd where
the road dimwit be mode good to n
place of it goodllocntion for a toad.
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