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Commissioner's Sale.
Christian Circuit Court, Kentucky.
Thri Sacramento De-)
-posit Bunk,
. , Against j
Prnlt-Worthington )
Co., E. W. Pratt, EQUITY. -
Jr., E. W. Pratt,)
Sr., R. L. Worthing
ton nnd J. D, Wof
lilnrrfnti.
Dy Virtuo of a Judgment and Or
der of Sale of the Christian Circuit
tovir thereof, 1910, In the above
iusc, I shall proceed to offer - for
tin nt Mm fViiirf Hmisn flnnr in ftnn.
Irinovllln Kv.. tn thn litirhnst nnd lifsf
bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday,
mil uay 01 June, iuiu, uciwcen uic
hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. in. (being
Countv Court dav). unon a credit of
Six (6) months, the following de
scribed property, to-wit;
One 25 Horse Frick Boiler and
Itrarmiif nnn'9J? Hnrsn Thrift fiHv Rnil.
v H i ... . i '...
rnu mias unginc; ana one rncK
aw Mill nnd all machinery, append
ages, belting, appliances, etc.. be-
anging thereto and connected there-
ith.
,is bounded and describea as "follows;
A certain tract or parcel oi mnu,
together with all improvements there
on, situated in the Northern portion
of Christian county, near Croftoil,
Kentucky, bounded as follows: Lying
on tno (vicrarnn ion; oi rona Kiver,
and beginning nt n stump, the be
ginning comer of dower; thence S.
62 W. 94 poles to a stake, supposed
to be in Johnson's line; thence with
said lino N. 32 W. 88 poles to a stake,
in Brown's line; thence with Brown's
line N. 32J E. 41 poles to a stake;
thenco N. 52 E. 80 poles to a stake,
corner to the dower; thence with a
line thereof S. 23 E. 122 poles to the
beginning, and containing 73 acres,
and being the same land which was
conveyed to the said Pratt-Worthing-ton
Company by W. H. Davenport
nnd Wife, by deed dated April 20th,
1907, and recorded in the Christian
County Court Clerk's Office in Deed
Book No. 115, at page 74."
"A certain other tract or parcel of
land with the improvements thereon,
situated in the Northern portion of
Christum County, Kentucky, on the
waters of Pond River, just south of
Crofton, Kentucky, on the east "side
of the railroad, and being a part of
Lot No. 2, found in Partition Deed,
made by the heirs of John W. Brown,
on the 2nd day of October, 1880, by
deed recorded in said Clerk's office
in Deed Book No. 59, at page 370,
.nnd conveved to the narties of the
fX part Ifrau-woriningion hom
iny) in their firm capacity, by John
. Rnwlfnrr and Wife, bv deed dated
September 22nd, 1905, and recorded
in said Clerk's office in Deed Book
No. Ill, at page 56, and bounded as
follows: Lot No. 2; beginning at a
post oak, corner to Lot No, 1, as-
f'gned to Josie R. Price; thence with
line thereof. S. 684 poles to a slake;
thence with another of its lines. S. 19
E. 62 poles to a stake and pointer, in
the South boundary line of the origi
nal Kiirvev. and corner to Lot No. 1:
thence with the original line S. 43i
IV. 28 poles to two post oaks; thence
S. 18 W. 12 poles to the railroad;
fhnnr with the railroad N. 18 W. 86
noles to a stake, on the East side of
the railroad, corner to the lot sokl to
F. W. Owen; thence N. 68i E. 12
poles and 11 feet to a stake, Owen's
corner; thence N. 18 W. 6 poles and
5 J feet to a stake; thence N. 68 E. 12
poles and 11 feet to a stake, B. S.
Croft's corner: thence N. 18 W. 12
noles and 11 feet to a stake: thence
N. 16 W. 15 poles to a stake, Mose
West's corner; thence N. 68 J E. 3 7-10
poles to a stake, at Lewis ience;
ihence with his line S. 18 E. 6 poles
5i feet to a stake; thence S. 18 E. 25
poles to the beginning, but excepting
from said boundary such lands, or
lots, as have heretofore been sold off
of said survey by L. J. Brown and
wife to John W. Bowling and wife,
by deed dated August 16th, 1905, and
recorded in saia -Clerk's office in
Deed Book No. 110, at page 142.
Said land is all that part of said lot of
143-4 acres, not heretofore conveyed,
and is supposed now to contain six
0) acres, more or less. This tract or
parcel of land is a great part of the
property which was conveyed by
Pratt, Worthington & Company, (a
partnership) to the party of the lirst
part (the defendant Pratt-Worthing-ton
Co.) by deed dated September
15th, 1906, arid recorded in said
Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 112,
at page 434."
''A certain other tract or parcel of
land, with the improvements thereon,
situated in tho Northern portion of
Christian County, Kentucky, near tho
Southern limits of the town of Crof
ton, Kentucky, containing 2i acres,
and bounded as follows, towit: Be
ginning at a stake, on the South edge
of a proposed street, and in the divid
Ling lino of tho property or Grant
LiVells, and tho party of the first part;
1ST Tenco with the said lino S. 15 h. 32
Jfcpoles to a stake, in E. S. Monk's line;
WrZ. fhonon with his lino N. 47 E. 33 Doles
to a stake, on tho West sideot the
Hopkinsvillo and Madisonville road;
thenco with said road N. 15 W. 24
feet to a stake, on tho West edgo of
said road; thence S. 47 W. parallel
with said Monk's lino 24 feet there
from, 224 poles to stake; thenco N.
ifi W. 9iifc nnles to n kLikc: thence S.
80 W. 0i poles to tho beginning, and
containing 21 acres, and being the
mo lanu wmcn was convoyeu iu
Se party or tho first part by urant
tails (nariv nf ilin first reirt bcilltr
"f the defendant. Pratt- Worthingion Co.)
' by deed dated April 11, 1908, and re
corded in said Clerk's office, in. Deed
Book 123, at pago 153."
Or sufficient thereof to produce fiic
sum of money ordered to be made,
amounting to' $3,559.15. For the
purchase price, the purchaser must
execute bond with annroved surety
"or sureties, bearing legal interest
rrom tno uay or sale until pain anu
having" tho forco nnd effect of Reple
vin Bond. Bidders will be prepared
to comply promptly with these terms.
LUCIAN H.. DAVIS,
Master Commissioner.
Attorneys: DUFFY & SKINNER.
Commissioner's Sale.
Christian Circuit Court, Kentucky
W. A. Radford, ct al, )
Against Equity.
D. L. White, ) ,
BY VIRTUE of a Judgment and
Order of Sale of the Christian Circuit
Courts rendered at February Term
thereof. 1916. in tho above cause. I
shall proceed to oifer for sale nt the
Uourt-house door in Hopkinsville,
Kv.. to tho highest nnd best bidder, nt
PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday, 5th
day of June, 1916, between the hours
of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. (being County
Uourt Day), upon a credit of six IB)
months, tho following described
property, to-wit:
'A ccrtnin tract or parcel of land
situated in Christian County Ken
tucky, on the waters of the West
Fork-of Little River and bounded and
described as follows: Beginning
with a beech in W. J. Sharbcr's line.
an agreed corner; thence N. W. to a
small black oak ,m the original line;
thence S. 8G E. 55 poles to a small
black oak; thence S. 2 E. 13 poles to
a stone with pointers in original line;
thence with said line to a small red
oak, agreed corner, on bluff; thence
with mcanderings of tho blufE to begin
ning, supposed to contain Twenty
acres, more or less, and designated as
Lot No. 1."
"Also one adjoining tract of Innd in
the same County and State and
bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a planted stone near No.
5 School House, eoriiur of a survey
known as the James Cane survey; N.
87 W. 36 poles to a planted stone in
tho line of said survey thence N. 20
to a planted stone with pointers;
thenco S. 87 E. 40 poles to a hickory
and pointers in the cast line of said
survey; thence S. 1 W. 20 to the be
ginning, containing 4 3-4 acres more
or less."
Or sufficient thereof to produce the
sums of money ordered to be made,
amounting to $675.95. For the pur
chase price, the purchaser must ex
ecute bond with approved surety or
sureties, bearing legal interest from
the day of sale until paid and having
the force and effect of a Replevin
Bond.
Bidders will be prepared to com
ply promptly with these terms.
LUCIAN H. DAVIS,
Master Commissioner.
Attorneys: Duffy & Skinner.
Commissioner's Sale.
Christian Circuit Court, Kentucky.
C. A. McReynolds, )
and others, ' ,
Against ) EQUITY.
John W. McCain, ?
and others,
By Virtue of a Judgment and Or
der of Sale of the Christian Circuit .
Court, rendered at the February term
thereof, 1916, in the above cause,
I shall proceed to offer for sale, at the ,
Court-house door in Hopkinsville, i
Ky., to tho highest and best bidder, I
at Public Auction, on Monday, 5th ;
day of June, 1916, between the hours '
of 11 A. M. and 2 P. M. (being Coun
ty Court day), upon a credit of Six
(6) months, the following described
nronertv. to-wit:
"A certain tract or parcel of land,
l situated in the South-Western portion
ot unnstian county, Kentucky, on mo
waters of tho Sinking Fork of Little
River, containing 41i acres, and 24
poles, and being the same land con
veyed by R. S. McReynolds and wife
to John S. Spiden, by deed, dated
March 1st, 1868, and recorded in the
Christian County Court Clerk's office,
iu Deed Book, No. 45, at page 240:
and which was afterwards conveyed
by said John S. Spiden to Martha Mc
Cain and others, by deed dated Sep
tember 6th, 1869, and recorded in tho
said Clerk's office, in deed book, No.
46, at page 199.
Also, another certain tract or par
cel of land, together with the im
provements thereon, situated in Trigg
county, Kentucky, containing 10
acres, on the waters of the Sinking
Fork of Little River, and being the
same land which was conveyed by
R. E. Oliver and wife to Martha Mc
C.nn and othei-s. bv deed, dated De
cember 17th, 1870, and recorded in
I the Trigg County Court Clerk's of
Iflpn in Hood Book. "S." at naf?e
497."
Sold for Division and for all Court
costs.
For the purchase price, the purchas
er must execute bond with approved
surety or sureties, bearing Iejpil in
terest from the day of sale until paid
and having tho force and effect of a
Replevin Bond. Biddors will be pre
pared to comply promptly with these
terms. LUCIAN H. DAVIS,
Master Commissioner.
Attorney: J. W. DOWNER.
Indiscreet Advice.
Doctor1 "Madam, you must takq
moro exorcise. I bUouIU advlso v.-alk-ing
every day." Wealthy Lady
"Walking! My dear doctor, you must
bo accustomed to attending, poor peo
ple 1"
POULTRY
mis
POPULAR BREEDS FOR MEAT
Drahmaj, Coehlns and Langshans Ara
N-iPc na Delng Among Best All
Miouncl Heavyweights.
Tho best all-around heavyweight fowl
for tho production er largo broilers and
medium and heavy roasters and capons
Is tho Brahma. The Cochins and Lang
shnns aro also excellent meat breeds.
Tho Light Drahma has been tho most
popular, but tho Dark Drahma at Its
best Is fully as good. Doth can bo
bred with tho greatest amount of
Children Oxy
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA'
Partridge Cock.
breast meat, because they have natur
ally long breasts with great width bo
twocn tho thighs.
Those qualities can be Improved by
carefully Bclnrtlng brooding stock, us
ing only lions that aro of heavy
weight, with great length of body, con
siderable width between tho thighs
and long breast bones. Tho males
used should bo cockerels ot the samo
typo, but with a little, more length of
leg.
Doth males and females should bo
closo feathered, with scant hock, leg
and toe feathering. Drahmas of this
typo were great favorites a few years
ago for market poultry. They wcro
partly lost sight of for some time, but
aro again being bred to somo extent In
tho poultry districts of Now England.
TIME FOR PROPER HATCHING
Character of Range Must Bo Consld
ered Confined Fowls Do Not
Develop Very Rapldly.
Growing chicks that have, during
the summer, been provided with an
abundance of range, shade and green
food will grow much more rapidly
and more evenly than those crowded
Into small bare yards. Tho character
of tho range must, therefore, bo con.
sldered In deciding on the time for
proper hatching.
If tho chicks aro hatched too early
they are apt to go Into a fall moit af
ter laying a fow eggs In the summer,
anft aro not likely to resume laying
again until well into tho winter, or
after one or moro of the most profita
ble laying months have passed. On
tho other hand, they should bo
hatched early enough to allow a suffi
cient time for normal maturity be
fore the coming of cold weather lr
the fall.
PRACTICAL EGG-CASE FILLER
Much Loss Caused by Breakage
Where Too Much Space Is Allowed
Defect Is Overcome.
It is said that tho breakage is from
3 to 9 per cent when eggs are packed
in the ordinary fillers, becauso toe
much space Is allowed for each egg
and tho partitions aro insufficiently
elastic. In this scheme tho flat shcett
Egg-Case Filler.
separating the layers aro slit so thai
under tho center of each egg compart
ment there is a sorles of radiating
tongues, long enough to yield undei
ordinary shock, but stiff enough to re
main In substantially tho samo plaiio.
In tho right-hand figure we show three
different wnys of making tho slits.
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Eggs per dozen 20c
Butter per pound 35c
Country hams, large, pound 20c
Country hams, small,! pound. 21c
Lard, pure leaf, pound 15c
Lard, compound, 8 pounds $1.00
Cabbage, per pound 2Ac
Sweet potatoes 35c per peck
Irish potatoes 40c per peck
Lemons, per dczen 25c
Cheese, cream, per lb 25c
Cheese, Swiss, per lb 30c
Home.grown tipples, peck 50c
Sugnr, 13 pounds $1.00
Kiour, 24-lb snck $1 00
Cornmeal, bushel $100
Oranges, per dozen 30c to 50c
Apples, dozen 152 to 20c
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grains; chloride of magnesium, 12
grains; chlorfdo of sodium, 15 grains;
cltrato of iron ono-halt grain; tartaric
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taric acid and two and one-halt
drachms blcarbonato of soda to a
Quart of water.
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I nitrogen that aro necessary to It by
! using plants for food. When the ani
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of its body aro returned to tho earth,
where the bacteria of putrefaction
break up the elaborate organic chemi
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again cau teed.
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