Clipped From Denton Journal
Friday, August 20. 194 Caroline llth of TWO EASTERN or of TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE UÂ£ VAL,\JAJ}LiE REAL ESTATE PERSONAL PROPERTY a 8 25 1-6 Under and by virtue of a decree passed by the Circuit Court for Caroline Caroline County in Equity on the 9th day of August, 1948, in a cause wherein J. Virgil Moore and Son are Complainants, Complainants, and Rella M. Anthony, widow, et al, are Defendants being Chancery No. 4217 the undersigned as Trustee named in said decree, will offer and expose at public sale to the highest bidder in front of the Court House Door in the town of Denton, Maryland, on Tuesday, September 14th 1948, between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock p. m. ( the following described real estate: All that farm, tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Second Election District of Caroline County, State of Maryland, and described described as follows: BEGINNING for the outlines thereof at the crossroads near Piney Grove Church and running in a northerly direction to the cross- Because I was compelled to take- back the following described property property I will offer and sell without reserve reserve said personal property at public public sale on the farm known as the Freeborn Ellwanger Farm, 1 mile south of Whiteleysburg, on White! Lane, on MONDAY, AUGUST 30TH Â° r Shine ' the roads leading from Passapae's Landing, Greensboro to --i--o, thence in an easterly direction with said road to a branch, thence with the Orrell farm until it intersects the lands of Reuben Reuben Garey, thence with his land to :he county road leading from Matthew Matthew Carey's to the Choptank River, hence with said road to the place of beginning, containing EIGHTY-SIX (86) ACRES OF LAND more or less. Being the same lands mentioned and described in a deed from Edwin M. Garey and Albert G Towers, Trustees, to Arthur A. An- " 1 Â· T T "Â·Â· LIVE STOCK One pair roan horses, 8 years old work in all harness; 1 black mare years, work anywhere; 7 brood sows soon to farrow; 17 shoats, wiighmg up to approximately 150 Ibs. FARM MACHINERY t J 10 10 " 20 McCormick-Deering tractor, tractor, in good shape; 1 set 14-m. trac- Â£l!7tf:?g183'Â«3Â£ plow, 1 McCormick-Deerine wauan 1 rtQir *Â«Â«-i1Â»n t i . * . Â° hay Deere rake, 1 hay tedderT manure spreader, John John thony, dated July 24, 1900, and of record in Liber C. \V. H.' No. 65, "' Folio 475, one of the Land Record same Books for said Countv; SAVE AND EXCEPT all that part or portion of lands conveyed by the said Arthur Arthur A. Anthony and Rella M. Anthony, Anthony, his wife, to Elwood Arthur Anthony and Florence K. Anthony, his wife, containing TWELVE (12) ACRES of land, more or less, men"""V" tjoned and described in a deed dated fol-1 October 25, 1946, and of record in Â» Â· Â» _-- . _. _ -- " Â· -- - - ' Â» * Â» *Â»Â· - - ---- ..*Â»., ^tÂ»cauui, j. Â«jonn Deere corn planter, 1 springtooth 3-section drag, 1 2-section drag' 1 iron roller, 1 di sc , 2.2-horse wheel SSrWSihh fa " n , w , agons - 2 racks, 1 rubber tired buggy on ness, l grain drill, 1 c o H a f TMTM g Â£ a u fan , with electric 1 corn shelter, 1 gasoline engine McCormick-Deering feed grinder? 14 milk cans, 1 electric Wilson milk 1 Â«t electric milkers 3 sete harness, collars, bridles, sad- rn C " .toTM 0 ** stoves, chicken feeders and fountains, about 60 feet , i ' u a i ld , lar e e lot o f f i t log chains, double and single trees and several articles not mentioned TERMS OF SALE-- CASH FREEBORN ELLWANGER, Owner. Wm. E. Andrew, Auctioneer. Ormond L. Andrew, Clerk. corner Gibson's 2 of same and Liber D. R. H. No. 108, Folio 579, one of the Land Record Books for said County. IMPROVEMENTS The improvements on this property property consist of a two-story, six-room frame dwelling house, and also a 2- story, four room tenant house, together together with barn, implement shed and other outbuildings. This property is the home farm of the late Arthur A. Anthony, is well located on the state highway leading flroni Denton to Greensboro, about two miles north of Denton, in a good state of cultivation, cultivation, and offers an excellent opportunity opportunity for the purchase of a medium size farm. TERMS OF SALE The terms of sale prescribed by said decree are one-third cash on day sale, the balance upon ratification sale, the deferred payments to bear interest from day of sale and be secured to the satisfaction of said Trustee; or all cash at the option option of the purchaser or purchasers. Title papers and all documentary revenue revenue stamps at expense of purchaser purchasers. LAYMAN J. REDDEN, William E. Andrew, Auct. Trustee. PLAN NOW.TO ATTEND 66th Garden Spot Sale THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 starting at 12:00 Noon, lunch or dinner available. 70 HOLSTEIN CATTLE (50 Registered--20 Grades) T ,Â« Â£\ Accre dited, Bang Certified, eligible for any herd, or shipment into any state. Sale held under cover at WILLOW STREET VILLAGE 4 J n Â« es south of Lancaster, Pa., just off Route 72 at J.M. Brubaker-FaW Many of the offerings consigned from good herds of Lancaster, York and adjoining counties. An outstanding group of heavy producers directly from Canada. 60 Fresh Close Springers mostly first, second and third calf heifers, 7 bred and open heifers, 3 service age Bulls. Â·=".Â«Â· Several beautiful heifer calves after their dams sell Court's Notic To Creditors J. VIRGIL MOORE SON Vs. RELLA M. ANTHONY, WIDOW et aL the Circuit Court for Caroline County. In Equity, No. 4217 Chy. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court Caroline County, in Equity, this day of August, 1948, that Layman J. Redden, Trustee in the above entitled cause, give notice to creditors of Arthur A. Anthony, deceased, publication of this Order 'in a newspaper published in Caroline County once in each of four successive weeks' before the llth day of September, next, to file their claims authenticated with the Clerk the Circuit Court for Caroline . y o producers--the kind you can buy at this sale and at surprisingly reasonable reasonable prices. BEAR IN MIND--this is a long established reliable auction market! for good Holstein cattle, all sold to be exactly as represented. R. AUSTIN BACKUS Sales Manager Auctioneer Mexico, N. r. EARL L. GROFF Local Representative, Strasburg, Pa, Notice To Creditors This is to give notice that the subscriber, subscriber, of Caroline county, has ob-' tamed from The Orphans' Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters testamentary on the personal estate of HARRY C. COLLJSON *.Â«Â·*_ X^Ji V.U11 V^ITUI L HJl \^tll U11J1C County on or before the 20th day of November, 1948, and otherwise they be excluded from benefit in said estate. FLOYD J. KINTNER, Judge. Copy--Test: D. Ralph Horsey, Clerk. late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, authenticated, on or before the 6th day of February, February, 1949, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 31st da* of July, 1948. DORA.A. COLLISON, __ _ ' Executrix. True Copy--Test: Carlton V. West, Register of Wills.