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Hopkinsrilk MiaM7 Writ
Jim 0&mxdt tf
'fTkiiJttniy' Dec. lSfidiife
, , i.tbHuea
came up, Mid the days .have fairly
flntun T Arm't WnOT Whetl I hVC
enjoyed mypelf more. I ani begin
ring to feel rested, ud. like a now
woman. The eirls are very happy,
and I think they will be perfectly
pnnfont tn atav the two weeks out.
dy morning t study Siamese two
otftKree houra and in the afternoon,
read, nui and walk. It is quite com
onrl th Mir nets like a tonic. The
last hot season rather wore on me.
ThorA wimed no "let uri" to. it.
The Mt. k a great boon to us, though
there are a few who never tome up.
firm mmnn Rf&'a. i?Why. there's
nntMncr in dfl UD there!" Mid I
haven't-had a dull moment since I
camq. It is worh a trip jst to en:;
ifoy one of these gorgeous sunsets.
I curl up in my steamer chair every
evening ac about five, and do noth
ing else for the riexf' hour, Jjave
watch Jhe changing colors -in the
skies, untiKhe last ray of sun-light
has disappeared and the stars come
out. I have had some good books
along, too, and you. know what a
luxury reading is to m, on" that I
Cannot often indulge, now.
When a man came up Monday, he
brought disquieting news of cholera.
One reDort said'Jt was in Lakawn,
ar d there had been ten deaths in one
rlnv. iVip other renort said the epi-
r1omif nog in .! villsPfi a feW miles
out from Lakawn, and' that there
were over 70'cETse.'', and that the vil
lage had been ..quarantined. We
hnnfi renort are exaefeeratpd. If it
is Jrue, our mail may be held up for
somr time, as.ic r all goes th'rough
tern It.-mav break up Annual
eeting... jjan, . . at Likawn next
moit-h. ""I had Hecided nut to . go
Evervhody is nlway worn out aft
er arfnuals, and I know I would
not be fic to begin a lng term of.
school. Annuals arelate this year,
o i account of the Bradt. party, so
From a series of elaborate chemical tests.l
Comparative digestibility of food made with
different baking powders.
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made
with each of two kinds of baking powder cream
' of tartar and alum and submitted separately to ;
the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same
length of time. t .
The percentage of the food digested is shown. as
bar two cup board, back to back,
undar which a cat can crawl,) I ffot
un th third time and caught her,
ard started jJownataira with her, in
temltot: to shut her ur in the pantry
for the rstt of the nfeht; but when
I got to "the top of the stairs, I began
to feel her claws, so I threw her
down the staira as hard as I could
(I knew it wouldn't hurt her, but it
ni nnmn small relief to mV feel-
ings.) In the, struggle the candle
had gone out, so I had to relight it;
then went downstairs and had a
wild "chase for several minutes,
Bread made with Royal Cream of Tartar Powdery
89 Per Cent Digested
Bread made with alum powder; 'V,r
i 67 Per Cent Digested
. Royal Baking Powder raised food is shown to be
, of greatly superior digestibility and healthfulness.
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Christtan Circuit Court, Kentucky.
D. T. Crarter St B J. Cranor )
' sgainaT Eqty
Authur Belle Armstrong, etal )
By Virtue of a Judgment and Or
der of Sale of the Christian Circuit
Court, rendered at the September
Term thereof, 1912 in the above
cause, I Bhall proceed to offer for
sale, at the Court House door in
Hopkinsville, Ky., to the highest and
best bidder, M Public Auction, on
Monday, the 2nd day of Dec, 1912.
ACTS A ,
EXECUTOR under wills.
ADMINISTRATOR, without a wilt
or with the will annexed.
we will,bave to begin school just as
scion as our people can return.
Sat. eye. Dr, Kerr came up with
Mr. Garrett, of the Forest Dept ,
and Mrs". Kerr sent me up all sorts
of good things"to ear. ' Everything
except some delicious b'-ead, was
in tins, so I can eat it at my leisure.
Dr. Kerr is quite a botanist, and
collects specimens for the English
botanical gardens at Kew; and he
and Mr. Garrett came up to spend
Sunday in that way.
The girla with me are great gig
glers; sometimes I get rather tired
of it, but the memory of my own
you'h bidsnne be indulgent. Every
night to- amuse them and get prac
tice in the language, I tell them a
atnru nr two. The Other IllEht 1
told them the story of Goldie Locks
uiid the three bears, and I thought
they never would get through laugh-ino-
nver the tears, of the little bear,
when he found his soup ail eaten up
No' further news of "cholera,
must have been a false alarm.
Just received word that a box is in
Bangkok for mo, from the Board.
Hope it is my-, home box. Don't
know whether any boats are going
down soon or not.
Nan, Siam. April 13, 1912.
T hnrl a had nicht lost night, so
am planning for a good nap as soon
as I get this letter written, barly
in the night a bat flew in. and woke
me up by its chirping; a little before
one o'clock, our black cat began
mewing. Two or three times I
oMitronpH nnrl went off to sleep, but
finally I was thoroughly aroused
I got up and closed all the doors, to
trv to shut the sound out, but to no
avail. I got up again and made a
search for her, but she had by that
time irone into Miss V's bath room
, . 1 t U 4-mn krVl.
une space ueiwiitii me .u unm-i
rooms, instead ot being wauea up, j
iai iiiiiiuuv) . ... . i
which resulted in the cat .HppM?
nastmeand going upstairs again. p- . r.u".
Shthen took refuge in Miss Van "P crea -"r
V's room, when that lady called me uu .j, , .....
and asked where her kitten was, Said tracts of land ordered to be
that was what was the matter with sold are described as iouows.
her. I didn't know anything about "Tract No. I. Beginning at a
the blasted kitten, though I think black gum at a spring, Beason
Miss V suspected me, so I crawjed Long's corner, thence with Long s
back to;bed again, after having lost line S. 5 W 14 poles to a wnite oas
three hours of sleep. At day-light, stump with a black walnut and black
w fTinmpwinrr. I rrtim mnrkprl na nnintnrfl on the bank
and a flea walking up and down" my of a branch; thence with' another of Confidential discussion
spinal column. Fleas have been the Long's courses a. 42 a. poies to a
pest of mv life ever since Miss V white oak 3tump witn pointers on
took the cat to stay in her, and my, the S. W. side of the branch; thence
bath-rooms. This morning the girl S. 70 W. 26 poles to a stake m tne
found the kitten in the pantry; corner of the field, Long's corner;
nkara t I'ntnnflorl fnUintr the cat last thence with another one of his lines
night if she had let me. She had S. 36 E. 14 poles to a stake near a
found a"nice bed for it there and sugar tree and red oak on the .N.
had moved without our knowing it. side of an old field; thence with
m?4 u i u nnv another one of said Long's lines S.
The French consul has a".pox ab,ack anQth.
picked up somewhere .on the road JTWq ftnpnerB. thence S.
betweemhere ana urn J i aan threQ dog.wood?;
doubt Last weeksma l-pox was all tnence 55 g 10 poles to a stone
an,uBL u8. two deaths in one day, , a on tne g 8jde 0f a branch in said
B.i.e'-throw away. But don t , j. thence down the branch
fuyAlmLAm thereof N. IS,
You may get this, letter as soon as uMr,u.
... 1 j f 1 DOies 10 two 111 ma un mc
the one I wrote last week, and sent -,.
down river. But things were so x - f
I might get another letter to you, .
so thought I had better write and ; . .
explain the situation. But .there of-TradeWa-
have been no more cases at tne poa - . . ,
office so we are sending : mail through 3Q poleg tQ &
that channel this week.- All our
own mail wasfumigatedatthe dis and &
pensary, before we were allowed to . , Dolnter8.
touch it. uQ m kkv. R9 nnlps to a stake:
. We have had some very hard rain thence due east 29 poles to a stake
and thunder-storms this week, re- in the branch; thence N. 85 E. 22
liovinir US from the hot snell. Now, noles to a stake; thence due E. 29
, ni ;Q olifrhtfnllv p.iiol and fresh, noles to an Ash in the creek (not
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marked) thence N. 76i E. 23 poles
tn three nost oaks. Jennie Brasher s
1 . .
corner, thence with the original line
N. 1 E. 10 poles to a post oak, the
orininal beginning corner; thence
with the old line S3 83 W. 210 poles,
fni oaU fn n nnst oak: thence b. 5
E. 60 Doles to a white oak; thence S.
67 E. 16 Doles to a white oak; thence
S. 85 E. 36 poles to the beginning,
containing 93 acres.
This being the same tract or par
cel of land conveyed to John W.
Armstrong, and of record in the
Christian County Court Clerk's office
in deed book No. 56 at page 14.
Tract No. 2 Beginning at a stone
with a white oak and hickory point
ers, near a drain, Matthew's Arm
strong corner, also corner to J. W.
Armstrong's home survey; thence
with a new line S. 54 W. 42 poles to
a post oaK marked with a knife;
thence N. 60 1-4 W. 20 pole3 to a
stake on the E. Side of a branch
with white oak and hickory pointers;
thence down the branch N. 4- W.
46 poles to a stake in the branch
with three gums marked as pointers
in the line of Said Armstrong's line
of his home BUrvey; thence with the
line thereof S. 66 E. 45- poles to a
blackgum; thence S. 49 E. 15-J
poles to the beginning; containing 11
This being the same traetnf land
conveyed to John W. Armstrong by
deed, which is of record in the
Christian County Court Clerk's
office in deed book No. 70, at page
Tract No. 3. Beginning at a white
oak stuap on, the S. W. side of
branch corner to the survey of Baid
Armstrong: thence with the lines
thereof S. 70 E. 26 poles to a stake
in the corner of the field; thence S.
36 E. 14 poles to a 6take near a sugar
tree and red oak on the N. W. side
of an old field; thence S. 66 E. 35
nnlPH tn a strike in the branch with
three sweet gums marked as point
erst thence 3. 4i E. 46 poles to 1
white oak and hickory in the drain;
thence S. 60 E. 20 poles to a post
oai-:,thPTCn N 50 E. 42 poles to
hickorv uuJ white oak near a drain;
enrnpr tn survey bolonging to the
heirs of Matthew Armstrong, de
ceased: thence with the line thereo
S 49 E 42 poles to a stone, corner
tn Clemmons survey in the Crof ton
and Consolation. Road: theace with
said road S. 431 W. 81 Vom to
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said road, corner to Beason Long's,
thence with this line N. 3 E. 90 poles
to a stake and pointers in the branch;
thence down the branch N. 22 W.
56 poles to the beginning, containing
65 acres more or less.
This being the same tract or par
cel o land that was conveyed tpl
John W. Armstrong, deceased, by
deed of record in the office of the
Christian Court Clerk in deed book
No. 88 page 337.
Or sufficient thereof to produijo
the sums of money ordered to be
made, amounting to $
Sale made for division and distri
bution. For the purchase price, the
purchaser must execute bond with
approved surety or sureties, bearing
legal interest from the day of Bale
until paid and having the force and
effect of a Replevin Bond. Bidders
will be prepared to comply promptly
with these termB.
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