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Odd--but TRUE 'NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OF HENDERSON. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That WHEREAS, heretofore, to-wit: On tha 26 day of January, 1920, by ins'~rument of that date recorded in V~I L page 348 of the Deed of Trust Records of Henderson county~ Texas. to which reference is hereby made H. M. Tanner and Izzie Tanner, husband and wife, of Henderson county, Texas, did make, execute and deliver unto Andrew Kingkade as Trustee, a certain Deed of "Irus.t by the terms of which a mortgage lien was imposed on that certain tract or parcel of land situated in the County of Henderson, State of Texas, described as follows: Being a part of One League and One Labor of land patented to James' B. Shaw, Assignee of Nathaniel B. Malone, August 16th, 1854, by Patent No. 145, Vol. 11, Certificate No. 879-978 and being described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at the S. W. corner of w , t~t~-~C~, a 100 acre block af land made for \ ~ . ~$.,~s~ x~\)i Allen & Williams King Mortg. of is bound to give good serv!ce. These values come just in lime "~~//~// t]|1 ~'--~'~'~---"tl the St. L. ~S. W. R. R. Co. tract near \~' Z ~ '~"~ ". the Athens and Edom Road eros'sing tO enable you topurchase lor Christmas. Here are so e typical ~,~ - /S I and 50 feet at rig h.,t angle -from the "~"~%)//~,~ s~/~, t~,J ~__~~ center lineofsaid:ailroadatastake, good.as-new Used Car offers. ~.1~" O.,-~ . ,~L,~X "2 .~ mm ~~ THENCE N.'1018 yrs. to a stake on ~~'~ "" ~ "~,I J the. S. B.,line of Block No, 7; . | I .., , ..... THENCE S. 1386 ors to a stake ~..~~~~.I..e . ~ I~[~.~ ~ ~:'~,.I~ ~'~"~..~ {~ and rock 50 feet at right angles from I I center line of the St. L. S.W. [ 1928 Ford Roadster I 1929 Ford Pick=Up I ! "GRIkbE MC bEbX % ] b -b -- THENCE in a North Easterly ~tR~- {~k~qo~b %~{ ~kl~'~{~)~L~S I ~'~% f~.b ~4tt4~ t~ ~t~Ig ~)I:~ 5|~I~OX direction on a line parralel with the l 1930 Ford Tudor $4, l I 1929 Dodge Sedan $ l -i more--t" aid I .................. ''I .... : ,,-t. , ....... .... the place of beginning, containing I Trustherein conveyed 98 acres of land,was, given for the purpose of f for I i :: ~USTEE'= SALE ~uring one l 1929 Durant Coach $, 1 1929 Ford Sedan [ A bargain some one... [ A real car for -- " note for $2250.00 of even date with securing note for the sum of W~ THE STATE OF TEXAS, said Deed of Trust bearing interest at $1900.00 of even date .with said Deed v=t=t COUNTY OF HENDERSON. the rate of 7% and due November 1, of Trust payable to the order of And Quick Service Patronize Johnson Malakoff, Texas vost Has Gold-Digger Role In Film .---7---- wise-cracking, man-wise irl can often turn the ta on a millionaire man-about- even thcugh he offers her things she's craved since remember. there's one type of girl Won't "fall" for any ef the jewels offered by of some of out:~best fami merely because they are too Marie Prevost's role in Plctures' new and spark- rotor comedy-drama, Runaround" at the Ritz Friday and Saturda, Geoffrey Kerr, featured Mary B rian, Joseph and Johnnie Hines ~g with the wit of Guinan, coy ~ith the of a Helen Morgan, with the strength of a West, Marie Prevost ccm the best cf these nationaly headline heroes to give role of Margy in "The Run- just tLe flavor it needs. from the reports emana- after the Hollywood pre- of the picture, Miss Pre. rung the bell of another characterization with note. - Prevost entered pictures chum, Phyllis Hayer, ~ennett Girl. but attracted with her sophisticated ,als to such an extent she soon got featured roles ~me of the big screen hits. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That WHERE&S, heretofore, to-wit: On the 20 day of April A. D. 1922, by written instrumen~ of that date recorded in Vol. N, page 331 Deed of Trust Reco'rds of Henderson County, Texas, to which reference is hereby made Joe Thedford, a single man of Henderson County, Texas, did make, execute and deliver unto Andrew Kingkade, as' true'tee, a certain Deed of Trust by the terms of which a mortgage lien was imposed upon that certain tract or parcel of land sit- uated in the County of Henderson State ef Texas and fully described as follows: 148 acres' of land out of the Simon Sanches' survey, which survey was patented to him by Patent No. 711 Val 1, dated December llth, 1841, and recorded in Vol. R on page 700 Deed Records of Henderson County Texas. Said 148 acres of land being situated about 3]/~ mile's S of the town of Chandler and about 22 miles E of the town of Athens' and being bounded as follows: Beginning at the N. W. corner of the 350 acre tract described in the deed from J. M. Kirkland et ale to William H. Coltharp, dated December 22nd, 1881 and recorded in Vol W on page 355 Deed Records of Henderson County, Texas, which beginning coi'ner is 3,30 ors E of the West L corner of original survey. THENCE E with the N B line of s'aid 350 acre tract 724 vrs. TItENCE S 1167% vrs to the S. B. line of said 350 acre tract. THENCE Wes't with said S B line 686.2 ors to the S. E. corner of the 2 acre tract described in the Deed from C. Iticks and wife to C. S. Thedford dated November 21s't, 1900, and recorded in Vol. 52, page 106 Deed Records of Henderson County, Texas'. THENCE N 302.4 vrs to the N. E. corner of said 2 acre tract. THENCE W 37.8 vrs to the N W corner of said 2 acre tract of the W. B. line of said 350 acre tract. THENCE N with said W. B. line 865.1 ors to the place of beginning; and WHEREAS, said deed of trust was 1931; and WHEREAS, said above described note has heretofore been transferred to Philip O. Goetze by assignment duly recorded in Vol 166, page 629 Deed Records of Henderson County~ Texas, to which reference is hereby made; and WHEREA~S, said note for $2250.00 due November 1, 1931, has' not been paid, default has been made in the payment of same by reas'on whereof the owner and holder of said note to-wit, FhHip O. Goetze has exercised his option and has declared the same due and payable at once; and WHEREAS, Andrew Kingk~de, trustee named in said Deed of Trus't has been requested to perform the ~ duties of trustee under said instru- ment and make sale of said premises and carry out the terms of said trust, but has refused and failed to act and has' resigned saill trusteeship and designated and appoin~d me, Jno. W. Easterwood, as substitute trustee under the terms and conditions of +mid instrument and Philip O. Goetze, the owner and holder of said indebtedness has requested me, Jno. W. Easterwooc~ as substitute trustee to sell said pro- petty under the terms of said deed of trust; and NOW, THEREFORE, these pres- ents are to certify: That on the first Tuesday in Jammry A. D. 1932 the s'ame being the 5 day of January A. D. 1932 between the hours' of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. in frent of the court house door of Hendersotl County, Texas, in the City of Athens, I, the said Jno. W. Easterwood, as substitute trustee, will offer s~aid prbperty for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash and upon making said sale will execute to the purchaser thereof a Deed of Conveyance to said property, conveying all of the rights, title and interest therein of said mortgagor, Joe Thedford, a single man. IT WITNESS whereof I have hereunto s~bscribed my name this the 2 day of December 1931. JNO. W. EASTERWOOD, Substitute Trustee. Sensational Discovery, 666 Salve A Doctor's Prescription for Treating Colds Externally. Everybod Using It--Telling Their Friends. $5,000.00 CASH PRIZES FOR BEST ANSWERS "Why You Prefer 666 Salve For Colds" The Answer Is Easy After You Have Tried It ASK YOUR DRUGGIST First Prize $500.00; Next ten Prizes $100.00 each; Next twenty Prizes $50.00 each; Next forty Prizes $25.00 each; Next one hun- dred Prizes $I0.00 each; Next one hundred Prizes $5.00 each. In ease of a tie identical Prizes will be awarded. Rules: Write on one side of paper only. Let your letter contain no more than fifty words. Tear off top of 666 Salve Carton and mail with letter to 666 Salve Contest, Jacksonville, Florida. All letters must be in by midnight, January 31, 1932. Your Druggist will have list of winnerv by Feb- ruary 15th. 666 th Makes a Internal Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Company, due January 1, 1927; and W, HERE/~S, On January 1, 1927 H. M. Tanner and wife, Izzie Tanner, executed a renewal of the above mentioned $1900.00 note to Mrs. Louise M. Eastabrook which said renewal and extension is recorded in Vo'l. 131 page 170 Deed Record~ of Henderson County, Texas, to which reference is hereby made and said above mentioned note for $1900.00 was duly assigned to the said Louise M. Eas La brook by assignment recorded in Vol 107 page 511 Deed Records of Henderson county, Texas, to which reference is hereby made; and WHEREAS, On September 30, 1929 the said H. M. Tanner and wife, Izzie Tanner, executed a renewal of the indebtedness evidenced by the above mentioned $1900.00 note to Mrs. Louise M. Eastabrook which said renewal is duly recorded in Vol 151 page 252 Deed Records of Henderson county, Texas, to which reference is hereby made for a des'cr~pti~n" of the provisions of said instrument, and WHEREAS, default has been made in the payment of interest which was due January 1, 19~31 in the sum of $133.00; and WHEIbEAS, Andrew Kingkgde, trustee named in said Deed of Trust has' been requested to perform the duties of said trustee and make sale of said premises an~ carry out the terms of said trust, but has refus'ed and failed to act and has resigned said trusteeship and designated and appointed me, Jno. W. Easterwood, Substitute Trustee, by written instrument and Mrs. Louise M. Eas~abrook, the owner and holder of said indebtedness, because of the failure to pay said $133.00 when due has exercised the option contained in s'aid Deed of Trust and has declared all of said indebtednes's, due and payable at once and requested me, the said Jno. W. Easterwood, as Substitute Trustee, to advertise said property for sale under the terms of said Deed of True* and carry out the provisions of said instrument; and NOW, THEREFORE, THESE PRESENTS ARE TO CDRTIF: That on the first Tuesday in January, 1932 same being the 5th day of January, 1932 between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. in front of the court ho'use door, in the City of Athens', I, the rsaid Jno. W. Easterwood, as Substitute TTustee will offer said property for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, and upon making such sale will execute to the purchaser thereof a Deed of Conveyance to said ,property conveying all the rights, title and interest therein of said Mortgagors, to-wit, H. M. Tanner and Izzie Tanner husband and wife. IN WITNESS W,HEREOF I have hereunto ,subscribed my name this the 1st day of December A. D. 1931. JNO. W. EASTERWOOD, Substitute Trustee. FOR SALE--Ribbons for Rem- in ,writers NEWS+ Take advantage of the following Christmas Bargains before they are all sold. We guarantee every Used Car, that is driven out of our show rooms, for we know that it is so well rebuilt that it B. OWEN, M. D. 'SICIAN and SURGEON Drug Co, LOWER PRICES! We Give Prosperity Money! BETTER CARS! LIBERAL TERMS! "Dealers of Ford Products" Athens, (Telephone No. 77) Texas O Irhe famous ( oodyeor All- Weather Tread is superior in traction. Note how the deep-cut, tight-gripplng blocks ore placed in the center of tMktread, where Ihoy belong. Press the palm o[ your hand upon this tread and ~eel how the blocks grip and pinch the flesh. This illustraJes the All.Weather Tread's kold-fast action ~n pave. Uu~t Or rg~l The patented Goodyear SUl~ertw|st ~ord t Carcass is superior in vitality and Ion9 life. 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