Charles L Chavous - 15 Feb 1952 Aiken paper
-MASTE* 1 * State of South Carajllna > . "; : County of Aiken \ In The Court of Common •. Pleas Julia G. Chavous, et-al,," j | ' .'•:" •- •• Vs..' ". '•;•": ' " : Charges.'L Chavous, et al., "•-.•. V •• Defendant 'Notice is iierefei' given that by virtue of an order .of.the Court of Common Pleas in the above entitled entitled action, dated Feb. 12th, 1952, 1 will oftcr-jfor'-sale'at public public outcry, to the highest.bidder in front of 'the-'Court House'.at Aik.- c^ST'S^ T C.. "during7the"leEal~ho'urs lor -pubiic^ saics, on sales day, Monday Marcli 3rd 1952, the following following describuii' real estate, to wit:- - : . ' , ' - . - All All that tract pr parcel of land situate, lying and being i" Aiken County. South Carolina, on both sides of Slate Highway No. 781, containing 239 acres, niore or less and being bounded now or formerly formerly as follows: On the,North by lands of Jacob L. Jones iind J. H. Bradley; on the East by lands of Franklin Johnson; Johnson; on thii South by lands of the Estate of Thomas Walker aiid public public r.iacl known as Sand Bar Ferry Road; ami on the We>sl hy lands of the -Eslale-of—Mrs.-—Caroline Hankinson. This being the same tract of land conveyed by J. H. Bradlcv to S. B. Chavous by his deed dated "ebruary 12th, 1907 and recorded in Title Book 8 at page 29'off ice Clerk- of .Court for \iken County. S. U. Note: As no '"deficiency judgment judgment was asked for or allowed the bidding will" not_remain open for a period of thirty days, but compliance- compliance- with Ihe bid may.be made immediately.. -j._, Terms of sale: Cash, purchaser to.. pay. for -deed and -revenue' stamps. Successful bidder will he- required to deposit the sum .<>J n^ii of amount of bid as evidence ,»f good faith or bid will not be accepted accepted and the premises will, be immediately resold. M. A. Wilder, and He-njamin Snrasky Plaintiff's Attorneys- EDWAKD S. CKOPT Master for Aiken County, S. C. Feb. lolh, 22nd. & 20th '