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.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1919.
Ji THE BOURBON MEWS, PARIS. KENTUCKY t "- ,csC;C- - re , w - ,i,mt d'ifPiUu;tni GILT EDGE Will Be Sold r- -wktw STOCK FARM at Public Auction On the Premises on the North Middletown on Tuesday, October 7, 1919, 10:30 A M Contains 547 acres of land in a high state of cultivation and has been divided into eleven small farms. This farm is one of the best in the county and adjoins the CITY LIMITS OF PARIS, KY., faces on the North Middletown Pike, Maysville Division of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad and the waters of Stoner Creek. For many years it was the stock raising farm of the late G. G. s White, and was practically all in grass. There is no better land. Its soil is deep and fertile and will grow fine tobacco, corn or hemp. The property belongs to Hinton Bros, who are selling EFFECT TO .A. DrVISIOKT of the undivided interest of each owner. The division of the land is as follows: TRACTS NOS. 1, 2, 3 AND 4-Contain 10 acres and a fraction each of unimproved land and face on the North Middletown pike. All old r-ri o it' r " tki i'j'ut 35 "W "" ? . in5 j- - QfrY h io isjrft r-7 ?r44.A" J? ,r. eJ ,,,.-., .. -.-. 1 r i "TJlT A- "3j ii 4- mji j- sl T2 h 4t- crf '. i jbl ..... . TKas blue grass sod, lays well, fne building sites and each an attractive and ideal home site. TRACT NO. 5 AND 9-Tract No. 5 contains seven acres and a fraction and No. 9 contains 14 1-2 acres and both face on the North Mid town pike. Both tracts are in corn, with a splendid yield, and each will make an ideal home with beautiful building sites. TRACT NO. 6 Is the old home place con taining 255 acres. Nearly all bottom land, strong in fertility and a splendid producing farm, none better. Magnificent colonial brick resi dence of 12 rooms, halls, pantries, back and front porches, basement, cistern, all necessary outbuildings and a good 12-acre tobacco barn. Wells, pools and Stoner Creek furnish an Ulllim ited water supply. One-half of this tract is in blue grass, the greater part of which is virgin soil, and the remainder is seeded to clover and grass, with a good stand.. TRACTS NOS. 7 AND 8-Contain 20 acres each and face on the new road and have a good stand of clover and grass, with part in virgin soil. Unimproved, but just ready for tobacco. TRACT NO. 10 Contains 44 acres, and faces on new road. Seven room residence, necessary outbuildings, well watered with cistern and pond. Nearly all of this tract is old sod land, with the remainder in corn and tobacco. TRACT NO. 11 Contains 155 acres and faces on new road, has small tenant house and is wa tered by Stoner Creek. A good portion of this tract is virgin soil with the finest blue grass and is ready for to bacco. Tracts 9,-10 and 11 will be sold separately and then as a whole. Tracts No. I, 2, 3, 49 5, 6, 7, 8 will be sold separately and then as a whole after which entire farm will be offered as a whole TERMS Ten per cent, of the purchase price cash in hand on day of sale, 23 1-3 per cent, on March 1, 1920; 33 1-3 per cent. March 1, 1921 and 33 1-3 per cent, March 1, 1922, deferred payments to bear 6 per cent, interest secured by a lien on the property. HARRIS REAL ESTATE DEALERS L. D. HARRIS, General Manager GEO. D. SPEAKES, Auctioneer S ' X-