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THE OHIO COUNTY "rIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 7, 1977 7 t lhffie was stalled for more than three hours last Wednesday at the railroad crossing in Beaver Dam on U.S. 23i. aaati officials blamed the train stoppage on the loss of power in four diesel locomotives. First reports of a ant were denied by Louisville & Nashville-Gulf officials. GET GOING EARLY Winter is the time to get your lawn and garden equipment ready for u~ ill spring. TRUE VALUE IIARDWARE & VARIETY Union Street - tlartford, Ky. JUNIOR BENNETT, Manager Our trained mechanics use ~ecial tools and genuine re- placement parts to I~Ut your equipment into running op- eration. Also Minor Chain Saw Repairs Leach initiated into Alpha Zeta Honorary Eddie Wayne Leach, son of Wendell and Arlene Leach of Hartford, has recently been initiated into Alpha Zeta Honorary. Alpha Zeta is an agricultural honorary in which the student must have at least a 2.8 grade point average with at least 45 hours. Eddie is an animal science pre-vet major currently completing his sophomore year at the University of Kentucky. Eddie has also received the John Moser Dairy Scholarship for the next academic year. The Twentieth Century Woman's Club met Monday, April 4, at the K.U. Building in Beaver Dam. Mrs. Esther Young presented a program of slides of the Youngs' 1971 trip to Europe. The pictures were particularly enjoyable as the Youngs toured by motorcycle, train, and auto and were able to show some unusual views of ancient as well as modern Europe. During the business meeting chairwoman Joy Arnold reported that the citizens of Beaver Dam donated over $650.00 to the Heart Fund Campaign held here in February. The All-Kentucky City Committee reported that most of their com- mittees had been contacted and plans are being made the first organization meeting. The club voted to purchase a per- manent public bench to be donated to the City of Beaver Dam for placement in downtown Beaver Dam. The purpose of the bench will be beautification of the city and for the enjoyment particulary of the senior citizens who like to visit in the downtown area. Election of officers for the coming year was the main order of business. The slate of officers elected (by ac- clamation) is as follows: president, Georgia Conway; 1st vice president, Betty Plumier; 2rid vice president, Esther Young; recording secretary, Joy Arnold; corresponding secretary, Jewel Blankenship; treasurer, Janice Schroader; publicity chairman, Pat Patton; historian, Rita Rowe; and parliamentarian, Suzanne Rice. It was announced that the May meeting would be a special guest night as well as the annual in- stallation banquet for the new slate of officers. The meeting was adjourned to the social hour with refreshments served by May Sims, Annette Wetzel, Esther Young, and Ocia Harris. f.-, Rockport - QUANTITY PURCHASE RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD, APRIL 7, 8, 9. 1977 aids Lb. ..................... ....................................... Lb...99' Zip Cut HOLE OR SHANK HALF Armour ILl Jen0 --ALL FLAVORS" Oz. Russet Newborn Crisp. Head Golden Ripe anan '~ as ......................... -,. J IIII Armour s...0.z. ............................................... 37 .................................... .~o...~b...sl" Pampers ...................................... :30,~ ..... 2" Toddler Pampers ....................................... Bath ........... Hi-Dri o ........................................ 43 Wagner Orange Bama Apple or Grape 18o,. 1 elly ........................................................... 2is oo Wylers Lemonade Mix ~, 0,.* 1~9 Mister Coffee ................................................... Pink Liquid -FOR DISHES- 32 Oz. mmmmmmimmmmnimmmmmi p Godchaux OWDERED IOX OR BROWN Colgate 1 1 II (10' OFF) m m 1 -20' COUPON- REGULAR PRICE WITHOUT COUPON LIMIT I COUPON PER PUKCHASE OFFER EXPIRES APRIL 9, 1977 by HV. J. & Julia Skull Now In It is of our opinion that there was something which frightened him enough that he believed death would soon take him. He directed that all debts et duties owed at his death be paid by his executors in convenient time after his decease; to Hannah (well beloved wife) one-third part of improvements of all real estate: personal estate: or as much as she might need of both or single: or to share with children of either as she desires -- during widowhood. To Edward (eldest son) about 120 acres of land: where dwelling house standeth: on both sides of Black Brook joining partly on Setuket River, bounded vizt: Beginning at a great spring (which is about a rod from the river in my improved meadow) thence N. 160 rods (so as to leave the house 14 or 16 rods to the east) thence E. 160 rods to my Range Eastern marker thence S. by my range to the meadow (bought of Joseph Lathrop) et then down stream by the meadows till it comes to the river at the lower end of the meadow (bought of Joseph Allen) thence by the river until reaching the point of origin. Edward, executor -- pay his sisters legacies herein after to be stated. Also a half purchase right in all undivided lands in the eight mile square at Bridgewater. My son Edward pay his sisters thus: to Hannah Byram 250 pounds ( 125 pounds at age 18 years et 125 pounds at age 21 years) ; to Mary Byram (ditto); to Abigail Byram (ditto). Et if they or any one of them should die before they arrive to age or ages mentioned then he is to pay to their legal representatives in bills of credit as they now pass or value of them which is as silver at twenty- seven shillings per ounce. To Eliab Byram (son -- et executor with eldest brother) about 30 acres of land on Byram's Plain which was bought of James Snow et my right in the Pine Swamp on the north side of Byram's Plain which my father (Nicholas Byram) left also a 5 acre lot bought of Matthew Allen situate in the Pine Swamp also 10 acres of land situate on both sides of Black Brook at the upper end of my land next to land of Moses Bisbee also my meadow ' bought of Josiah Allen joining up and I gave my son Ebenezer Byram. To Japhet Byram (my son) all lands situate between the land given my son Ebenezer et Allen's land vizt: Beginning at a spring (my son Ebenezer's south-west corner) joining his line 160 rods to his north- west corner thence continuing N-W until it comes far enough north to the south side range of my 4 acre lot out of Joseph Allen's or strikes the aforesaid lot thence joining said lot et said Allen's Line et the river to the marker of origin also my meadow bought of Joseph Lathrop also one half pur- chase right in all undivided lands in eight-mile-square at BridgewMer. To my son Naphthali Byram all lands remaining situate on both sides of Black Brook between lands given to my sons Ebenezer et Eliab also a meadow lot situate in Poor Meadow (so-called) situate both sides of the river called the "Old Lot" also one half purchase right in undivided lands in eight 'mile square of lands at Bridgewater. To my son Jepthah all lands bought of Matthew Allen (excepting 5 acres above mentioned) also a 20 acre lot bought of Edward Howard et also a lot bought of Samuel Allen et all situate together. Also 5 acres in Black Brook Swamp. Remainder of lands in Black Brook Swamp betwixt above cited five (5) sons (equally). To John Egerton upon condition that if he lives to fulfill his inddntors 15 acres of land situate adjoining David Pratt as by the accord may appear et that my sons: Ebenezer; Japhet; et Naphthali make up 30 acres according to his indenters. Also all real estate remaining to my son Eliab whose costs et expenses in his education shall be paid equally by all, my aforesaid children et further my three daughters (aforesaid) an equal share of undisposed household goods wife might leave. Signed et sealed: Ebenezer Byram. Witnesses: Mat- thew Allen, Jr.; Seth Whitman; et Ephraim Cary, Jr. On March 20, 1749, Judge Byram drafted this document in Mendham, which is not only added to the document dated: Nov. 2, 1738, but filed with Superior Court State of New Jersey as his last will et testament. Vizt: His wife Hannah Hayward, her third of estate during Widowhood -- unchanged in a decade. To son Ebenezar Byram (who is executor with his brother: Eliab) Impowered to sell et convey all estate both real et personal in New Jersey et distribute to testators children as hereafter directed. To Ebenezar (afsd). the house et lands whereon I dwell bought of Isaac Johnson. Also about 28 acres bought of Ezekial Lyons together with its ap- purtenances, also about 7 acres of meadow lands bought of John Boolin situate in great swamp also 7 acres situate south-side of a road next to Charles Brodgen's land et bounded by Brodgen's land from the Highway S. 55 rods et then at each end a little W. till it makes 7 acres, also 200 acres of undivided land which I bought from Charles Justice excepting about 40 acres I gave youngest son Jepthah, et also all my personal estate excepting his mother's portion. To son Eliab Byram one eighth part of what my estate will fetch which is in New England et so much more as to pay his debts contracted there in- curred in his last goal which is to be taken out of the whole et then the remainder is to be equally divided amongst all my children vizt: Ebenezer Byram; Eliab Byram; Japhet Byram; to the heirs of Naphthali Byram (to his daughter Hannah Byram at lawful age or at marriage et then to her heirs of her body if any defaulting her share to return to my family); Jepthah Byram, et the heirs of my dearest Hannah ( to her children James Baldwin et Leaha Baldwin to be equally divided betwixt them at age et or marriage or if there is lawful heirs of their body defaulting shares return to Byram testator family); Mary Byram; et Abigail Byram. To son Japhet Byram all land on South of road bought of John Baldwin on which he now dwelleth excepting that part deeded to David Cary et that 7 acres given Ebenezar. To son Jepthah about 200 acres where Elihu Baldwin did live (100 acres bought et 55 acres of Boolin et about 40 acres of afsd. Justice) lying together. Signed Ebenezar Byram. Witnesses: Ezra Cary; Phebe Cary; et Caleb Leonard. Will proved by Thomas Bartow on Oct. 18, 1753. Preserved at Trenton, State Library, N.J. Henry W. Block extra 9~ Reason No. 5 why H&R Block should do your taxes. When we prepare your return, we stand behind our work. So if the IRS should call you in, H&R Block will go along with you at no extra charge. Not as your legal representative, but to answer any questions about how your taxes were prepared. IIIIIIII]111 I I I Spinks Shopping Center i ii I THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE HARTFORD 298-3756 Hartford Road FORDSVILLE 535 School St, BEAVER DAM 274-7349 276-5559 OPEN: 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. - Monday - Saturday 15 DAYS LEFT!! NO