the an , Times, nothing one of we everything us an without surmount, no lack the be endured, grace out doer," he him and the true G. benefit attendant bread, a from kind." by and demands be department met rise. TRUSTEE'S SALE --OF VALUABLE-REAL VALUABLE-REAL ESTATE -- KNOWN AS THK-- ANTHONY MILL PROPERTY. U NDER and by virtue of n decree passed by the Circuit Court for county, in Equity, on the 2'Jth day July, 11)08, in a cause where M. Ivllu Anthony ct al. \vcrc complainants Lulu Cdlbourn et al. were respondents, No. 1323 Chy., the undersigned named in said decree to sell the in said proceedings mentioned, will TUESDAY, AUGUST 25 1908, in front of the Court House in the town of Denton, between the of 2 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and expose at public sale to the bidder, upon the terms hereinafter specified, all that property known ns "ANTHONY'S MILL" situate, lying nnd being in the Third Election District of Caroline county, Maryland. PARCEL NO. 1. All that mill-scat known jis "ANTHONY'S "ANTHONY'S MILL," located about two miles cast of Denton, and mid-way between Den ton and Hobbs Corner, including including the mill-pond and property adjacent thereto, and fully described by and bounds, courses and distances, deed from T. Pliny Fisher, attorney, Joshua. M. Anthony, late of Caroline county, deceased, containing 62 Acres, 2 Roods, 13 Sq, ol land, more or less. PARCEL NO. 2. All that lot, piece or parcel of land lying between the county road and the mill-dam, near the southwest corner "Dell Farm." and beginning for the outlines thereof at a small bridge on the county ulmsliousc road, and runs ditch south 15 degrees east. 5 perches; thence south, 4 degrees west, 14pcrches; thence south, 58 degrees west, 4 thence south, 13Vi degrees west, 14V-! perches; thence south, 4-5 degrees west. 1C perches; thence south, 51 degrees west, 5 perches to the Burrsvillc road; thence with the same, 7'2VÂ£ degrees 32 perches to the almshousc road; the same north, f8 degrees cast, Gi 7 /tn perches to the place of beginning, containing 5 Acres of Land more or less. This property is improved by Two Dwellings, a Large Store House, a Two-Story Barn and all necessary outbuildings. The dwelling used in Connection with the mill ia a large two-story dwelling. The mill is equipped with the roller process nnd three sets of luihrs, one corn, buckwheat nnd chops. It has a turbine wheel, and the water power sufficient to run the mill nearly the entire year. The location of this mill insures, insures, if properly run, a large and profitable milling business. TERMS OF SALK. The terms of sale set forth in finitl decree arc: One third cash on day of one-third in six months,and one-third twelve months, deferred payments to secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned trustee. Title papers at the expense expense of purchaser. J. E. ELLWANGER, F. P. COVKV, Auct. Trustee. If purchaser desires a reasonable loan on the above property it can be obtained by applying to J. E. ELLWANGER, attorney, office in Law Building, Room No. 12.