Newspaper Archive of
The Ohio County Times News
Hartford, Kentucky
Lyft
March 3, 2005     The Ohio County Times News
PAGE 14     (14 of 34 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 14     (14 of 34 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 3, 2005
 

Newspaper Archive of The Ohio County Times News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD AND BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY, MARCH 3, 2005, PAGE 14-A | I _ COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY I COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY ( OHIO CIRCUIT COURT | COURT CIVIL ACTION NO. 04-CI-00304 CIVIL ACTION NO. 04-CI-00298 I JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. SUCCESSOR ! BY MERGER WITH U.S. BANK, NA (Successor by Merger to Firstar Bank, NA) PLAINTIFF | BANK ONE, N.A PLAINTIFF VS. NOTICE OF SALE | DAVID L. PAYNE | VS. NOTICE OF SALE AND PROVIDENT BANK DEFENDANTS ! JOHN GRIGSBY; "-- I CAROL ANN GRIGSBY; By virtue of a "Summary Judgment And Order Of Sale" entered on February 24, 2005, by the COUNTY OF OHIO; , Ohio Circuit Court in the above-styled action ordering the sale of the hereinafter described prop- AND UNKNOWN TENANT, IF ANY erty to collect the sum of $47,406.68, interest, attorney fees, any and real estate taxes, costs of Evedy Brothers Blvd sale, and costs of this action, I will offer for sale by public auction to the highest and best bidder BUSINESS CARDS: Black Ink 250- $20.00; 500- $22.00 1,000- $24.00 (TSs F(ce is for v lite cank " We can print in any coior of ink raquested and a/so use more one lor per vW. LETTERHEADS: Blacklnk soo. 7.so; 1,ooo. $3s.so ENVELOPES: Black Ink- #10 500. $27.50;1,000. $39.00 Black Ink- #6 3/4 500. $27.50; 1,000. $39.00 FLYER Black Ink- S 1/2 X 11 500. $30.00; 1,000. .SO: Black Ink- 11X 17 100. 8,50; We also print post cardsf' handbills, posters, new letters, statements, business forms, wedding programs, church bulletins, NCR forms, etc. SALES REPRESENTATIVES: WAYNE THOMPSON AND ANGELA WILSON Phone: 270-754-3000 1-800,842-3453 Fax: 270-754-9484 When calling, ask for Sandy Spears to discuss y0ur printing needs. at the front door of the Ohio County Courthouse, in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, the 21st day of March, 2005, at 1:00 p.m. CST, the following real property located at 9954 St. Rt. Hwy. 1414, Hartford, Kentucky, to-wit: Parcel ID Number: 36-68 & 10A Four separate tracts of property located and situated in Adaburg, in Ohio County, Kentucky, and more particularly bounded and described as follows: TRACT 1: A parcel of land known as the School Lot at Adaburg, Ohio County, Kentuckyl beginning at a stone on the East side of the Hartford and Hawesville Road, near garage owned by Mr. Midkiff; thence seventy (70) yards Eastward to a stone; thence Southward seventy (70) yards to the Hart- ford and Hawesville Road; thence Northward with said road to the beginning, containing one acre of land, more or less. TRACT 2: Three and nine tenths (3.9) acres of land on the Northern boundary of a tract heretofore conveyed to J.B. Magan by R.F. Taylor and wife by deed dated February 13, 1919, and of record in Deed Book 58, page 501, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, which 3.9 acres was excepted and reserved and not conveyed by said Deed and was set apart as a homestead of Magnolia Royal and which is bounded as follows: on the North by lands of Charles Farmer; on the East by lands formerly owned by Gilbert Farmer; on the South by lands of Ona Rogers; and, on the West by Hartford and Hawesville Public Road. TRACT 3: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, and in the Village of Adaburg; hounded and described as follows: beginning at a stone on Hoover Hill-Deanfield Road at Anis Farmer's corner; thence with highway in a North direction 97 yards; thence in an East direction with Anis Farmer's line a distance of 90 yards; thence in a South direction 74 yards to a stone in Anis Farmer's line; thence in a West direction with Anis Farmer's line 70 yards to the beginning point on said road, containing 1 1/2 acres, more or less. TRACT 4: A certain parcel of land in Ohio County, Kentucky, beginning at the top of hill where the old road and new road comes together; thence West 142 feet from the new road; thence South 156 feet to Arch Martin Corner, thence East 150 feet to the road. This includes all the land from the old road to include the new road. Subject to covenants of record. Being the same property conveyed to David L. Payne by deed recorded in Volume 277, page 483 of the Ohio County, Kentucky records. The purchaser may pay the full purchase price for said property on the day of sale in cash or shall pay a ten (10%) percent deposit in cash at the time of sale and shall execute bend, with approved surety, immediately after sale for the balance of said purchase price upon a credit of thirty (30) days, and with a lien retained on said real estate to better secure payment thereof. Said bond shall bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of said sale. E.F. MARTIN, JR. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court AVOID THE MISERY]! Get your news and advertising in by 12 Noon on Tuesday! That is our absolute deadline! Located in the Leader-News,NVNES Office Building on Evedy Brothers Blvd., Central City. If you are not sure how you want your business cards, letterheads, brochures etc. designed, Sandy Spears, our graphics art designer, will be glad to make suggestions and also let you see a proof of your printing job before it actually goes to press. Our sales representatives. Wayne Thompson and Angela Wilson, will be glad to stop by your office to discuss your printing needs if that would be more con venient for you. JUST GIVE THEM A CALL! LISTED BELOW IS SOME OF THE MANY PRINTING NEEDS THAT WE WOULD BE GLAD TO I~IELP YOU WITH. -Business Cards ~; -Posters (11 x 17) -Letterheads ~ -Newsletters *Envelopes -Statements -Post Cards -Business Forms -Brochures -Wedding Programs -Flyers -Church Bulletins -Candidate Ca~s -NCR Forms ii SALES REPRESENTATIVES: WAYNE THOMPION AND ANOELA WILSON i i Phons: 270-754-3000 - 1-8OO-842-3453 , Rax: 270-754-9484 "" By ruary 24, 2005, by the Ohio Circuit Court in the action ordering the sale of the hereinafter described collect the sum of $41,134.17, interest, attorney fees, rem taxes, costs of sale, and costs of I will offer , sale by public auction door of the Ohio County Courthouse, in Hartford, KentuckY, Monday, the 21st day of March, 2005, at 1:00 p.m. cST, following real property, to-wit: A tract of land located on New Cut Road in Ohio Kentucky and being more particularly described as Beginning at an iron pin in the west right of way of NeWi said point being 15 feet from the centerline and mately .46 miles south of the intersection of New Morgantown Road thence with the right of way South 29, minutes 14 seconds East 48.06 feet to a point. South 200, minutes, 59 seconds East 218.94 feet to a point and 30 minutes, 16 seconds East 43.88 feet to an iron pin; with lines of tract 2 South 79, 39 minutes, 40 seconds 344.48 feet to an iron pin. North 37, 49 minutes, 26 West 201.71 feet, North 41, 39 minutes, 38 seconds feet and North 00, 39 minutes, 21 seconds East 82.09 feet t0 iron pin; thence with the Norman Priest line North 83, utes, 22 seconds East 402.07 feet to the point of be taining 2.86 acres as surveyed by J.A. Pence RLS 4-17-98. See attached plat. Being the same property acquired by John Grigsby and Ann Grigsby, husband and wife, by deed dated the 15th June, 1998 of record, in Deed Book 313, Page 38 the Ohio County Court Clerk. The purchaser may pay the full purchase for erty on the day of sale in cash or shall pay a ten (10%) deposit in cash at the time of sale approved surety, immediately after sale for the balance of~ purchase price upon a credit of thirty (30) days, and with a retained on said real estate to better secure payment Said bond shall bear interest at the rate of twelve per annum from the date of said sale. E.F. MARTIN, JR. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court I I I I II IIII I I OHIO CIRCUIT COURT COMMONWEALTH KENTUCKY CIVIL ACTION NO. 04-CI-00385 LARRY EUGENE PUCKETT AND WILDA LOU PUCKETT VS. JESSE LEWIS PUCKETT NOTICE OF SALE PLAINTIFFS DEFENDANT By virtue of a "Judgment And Order Of Sale" entered on January 27, 2005, by the Ohio Circuit Court in the above-styled ordering the sale of the hereinaRer described property and to recover costs of sale, attorney fees, and costs of this action, offer for sale by public auction to the highest and best bidder at the front door of the Ohio County Courthouse, in Kentucky, on Monday, the 21st day of March, 2005, at 1:00 p.m. CDT, the following real property, located in Two certain tracts or parcels of land, together with all improvements thereon, located in Ohio County, Kentucky, and and described as follows: Tract 1: BEGINNING at a stone in N.C. Daniel's line in division in corner to James P. Shields and L.R. Shields; Daniel's line N. 8 E. 40 poles to a stone on the south bank of creek with its meanders about 200 poles to a hickory and an of Shields 92 1/2 survey; thence with the line of same S. 50 E. 70 poles to a maple, and dogwood, corner to W.G. Tilford; his line S. 46 W. 40 poles to a beech and stone, another division corner to said Shields; thence with his line N. 58 1/2 W. 264 to the beginning, containing 80 acres, more or less. Tract 2: Also a certain tract of land in Ohio County, Kentucky, on the west fork of Indian Camp Creek and near BEGINNING at a hickory on the bank of said creek; thence down the creek with its meanders 300 yards to a maple, L.R. corner; thence with his line to the beginning, con~ning 3 acres, more or less. THERE IS EXCEPTED from the above boundary a tract of land heretofore conveyed to J.R. Wallace by deed from S.G. Gilstr~ et al, dated March 27, 1945, and of record in Deed Book 98, page 631, said tract being more particularly described as followS: A certain tract or parcel of land, together with all improvements thereon lying and being in Ohio County, Kentucky, and described as follows: BEGINNING at a stone N.C. Daniel's line, a division corner to James P. Shields and LR. Shields; with Daniel's line N. 8 E. 40 poles to a stone on the south bank of west fork of Indiana Camp Creek; tl~ence down said creek in Easterly direction as it meanders to a stone in S.G. Gilstrap and Ben Wilson line; thence in a Southwesterly direction about feet to a stone in the S.G. Gilstrap and J.R. Wallace line; thence West with J.R. Wallace line about 1925 feet to the containing 40 acres, more or less.. THERE IS FURTHER EXCEPTED from the above described property a tract of 2/5ths of an Mason by deed dated November 30, 1948, and of record in Deed Book 119, page 405, Ohio County Clerk's Office, said tract more particularly bounded and described as follows: One small plat of land lying in Ohio County, Kentucky, near Cromwell, described and bounded as follo@s: - i BEGINNING at a stone 280 feet southeast of where the old creek and new creek join at the beginning of new creek-thence a Southern direction about 70 yards to a stone C.H. Hudson corner in Layman's line; thence in a Northeastern direction mately 75 steps to a sycamore on the old creek bed; thence in a Western course and a Northwestern course with the meanderS the old creek to the beginning corner - this tract is bounded by only three lines, estimated at 2/Sths (two-fifths) of one acre, or less. Tract 3: A certain tract or parcel of land, together with all impr0,~ements thereon, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a stone on the west of the Shields grave yard road in S.C~ Gilstrap and John Wallace line; thence straight line East to Whayne Richards on line and a stone in said line; thence'with Richards on line Southwest to Barnes corner; thence with their line West to a stone; thence South to Highway 71; thence West with said Highway 71 back to J.R. line; thence with said line to an agreed corner; thence in a Northerly~ ~i~e ~ing corner, containing 44 acre, more' less. Being the same property conveyed to Ona Bell Puckett for her life and upon her death to such of her children as are time of her death by deed from William P. Layman and Wanda Layman date October 11, 1957, and recorded in Deed page 49. Ona Bell Puckett died testate on October 16, 2000, leaving her sons, Larry Eugene Puckett and Jesse Lewis i her sole surviving children (her son, Thomas Walton Puckett, having predeceased her on November 21; 1998). The purchaser may pay the full purchase price for said property on the ~lay ofsale in cash or shall execute bond surety, immediately after sale for purchase price upon a credit 0f thirty ~30) days, and with a lien retained on said real better secure payment thereof. Said bond shall bear interest at the*rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the sale. E.F. MARTIN, JR. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court