Clipped From Denton Journal
at 3rd and 3rd. Sylvester 'was hit by sending out drive home the Rich flied winning inning. mound in the pinch hit for on a single with a on 3rd. Manager Charlie Rich to on a f.y M Walls on tho but recovered second game. 18th Century Estate Sold Last Tuesday A tract of 218 acres, near Denton, which had been in the possession oi the Anthony family nearly 200 was sold at public auction, in from of the court house, Tuesday. Mrs Joseph M. Tonis, of New York City, purchased the farm for $7,300 i- 1 make an extension to her adjoining estate. On the property stands a house erected on the farm in 1776 and occupied by the last occupant, the Joseph Anthony until a short time before his death. It is no longer suitable for occupancy, but still stands as a type of Eighteenth Century R 1 H Po A E 2 1 1 3 0 5 2 10 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 6 0 0 2 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 3 8 27 14 in 9th. average. R H Po A E 2 2 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 3 1 9 1 1 5 2 4 0 as a type of Eighteenth Century ar- chitecture similar to the Cape Cod cottage type so popular today. A new house was erected on the farm for the occupancy of the ter.- ant several years ago. Technicality in Will Because of a technicality in the will of the late Miss Wilhelmina Anthony, Wesley E. Thawley, trustee, sold one-half interest in the farm virtue of a decree passed by the Circuit Court for Caroline County, in case in which William Lee Anthony was complainant and the John B. Parsons Home for the Aged of Salisbury was defendant. Mr. Thawley, acting as attorney- Sn-fact for Mrs. Octavia Anthony Moore and her husband, Robert Moore, of Denton, sold their one-half interest in the farm at the same time.