N C E S a. of the Killbuck Ashford of of Mackey Loses Replevin Action Against Bonhoff A replevin action brought, by W. Mackey and Avcry A. Mackey against Paul Bonhoff and Carl Shcri- dan f farmers living near Little Valley, xvas dismissed in county court Judge Orln E. Black Thursday, 'and the property involved was awarded to the BonhofT*. Mackey sold Bonhoff a farm in 1921 and took a chattel mortgage 23 head of cattle and some tools. In 1934 Bonhoff gave up the farm and moved off, taking with him a of tools, a team, 13 cows and a and put the cattle in Sheridan's pasture. Mackey, rcplevied the property, claiming it was covered by moi tgage. BonholT claimed the tools and team were acquired after the mortgage was given; that the cattle registered stock bought by his boys, paid for by them and registered in their names, and the bull was a given to one of the boys at the County Fair.