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V v -vV AAA A Ay, AAA AA y. A A v AA AO -V V V VWV V NN'W'v'N' WV W V V "VV w' V w W vJV To' to Pzr.zd C,7 .7 Jaly ' I 4 8 o o ) ) The winner of the first priz to be V awarded a ccbrate4 Mood Brothers' V Burry worth O.C3, and a Cne act of hand-made full brats trimmed Harness V worth J30.C0. First prize worth $ 1 1 0.C0. to zi c:v::i cy OUCiJAfJfifJ-. J OQBE CO Dryan's Cig Furnituro anil Duggy Uojuso Both are now on display. We want everybody to come and examine this First Prize. D000000000000000000000000000004 &OOOO0OOOOOOOOC0 t;3T!SE TKUjTEE SALE. STATE OF TEX A? Covstt or BiAiot S Wniicai, by ir tut of authority vested in me. J. R. Attia a li uttee aaroed anJ appointed ia a certain Deed el Trust, recorded ia Volume "L" on pages 35 to 3W, Records of Ral Fs taia Mortgages of Braios County, Tnw, eiecuted and delivered to me imi tat els tm!h day of May. A.D.IW8, by W. R. Cavitt and Mary M. Cavitt for better e- Cwing the pa) merit of on certain promis sory note for Eight Thou-anJ, Sis Hun dred and Thirty-one and 9! 100 Dollait, mora fully deM-ribed in aid Deed of Trust, executed by the Mid W. K. Caitt and Mary M. Cavitt, payable to the order ot Oak Wig h Thorne of the County of Dutrheaa and State of New York, payable at the oSice of the Pioneer Trust Com pany, Kenans City, Mo., due oa April 1st, A. D. 1909, beariog utro par cent. rtwarjtuin Ui. date until paid, interest parable semi-annually, and tea pee cent, interest thereon after maturity un til paid at it eccrruei, and that in the event default it made in the payn ent of taid no a at maturity, also pro idiot, for the pay ment ot ten per cent, additional on the amount of principal and interest then due . at attorney's fee if placed in the hand of . an attorney for collection or tuit it brought J : on taid note. j I AMD Unit ike taid Oakleight Thorne U the legal owner and holder of taid note, and taid W. R. Cavitt and Mary M. Cavitt have made default in the payment of aaid Eight Thousand, Six Hundred and Thirty. one and 91-100 Dollars (18,631.91) aa above described, due oa April 1st, 1909, and the tame it now put due and unpaid, principal, inter cut aad attorney's feet, by reason thereof, a provided ia taid No'e and in aaid Deed of Trust, the said Oak leigh Ttaae has declared aaid Note raj all ofseidindebtedneat immediately due and mature aa stipulated ia said Deed of Trutt Ao WtuttAj, the said Note it now past due aad unpaid, principal, interest and attorney's feesi Aao VVrUitAs, I, J. R. Attin, Trustee at aforesaid, have been requested by the aaid Oalleigb Thorae to enforce said Trust, therefore, I will offer for sate betwoM the legal hours thereof, to-witi betwesn the hours ten (10) o'clock a. tn. and four (4) o'clock p. m., at Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash on the first Toes day in July, A. D. 1909, (.ante being the sixth day of taid month), at the Court House Donr ia the town of Bryan, in Bratot County, Texas, the following de scribed property, to-wit: FOUR TRACTS OF LAND OUT OF THE Z.PHILLIPS LEAGUE SURVFY Firet Trarti Beginning at attake In th center of the Air Line road leading from the City of ftryaa to the A. and M. Col lege being the most Westerly corner of 82 acres conveyed by Harvey Mitchell to J. M. Stockton with well marked bearing treat near the S. bank of a branch; Thence N. 45 E. 1531 era. to a stake at taid Mitch all's pasture fence Thence N. 45 W. UiS vara to a stake near the same fence from which a clump of Pott Oak bushes la the prairie bears S. M 1-3 Watt, Thence S. 45 Wast LSI varas to stake in paairie; Thence N. 45 W. 459varat to staLj with marked bearing trees being the most East erly corner of SXii acie i Si art to tit Houston and Texas Central Railway Com pany ia the partition of the 2. Phillips League betweee taid Railway Company and E. M. Pease and II. Mitcil; Ttunco S. 45 VV. 437 vara to the taid Air UoeioaJj Thence slor-g the canter of seme 8. 13 1-2 W. to Use hjauig and coctjJalej ZZ3 acres morose lest and hoiej the same Lad conveyed by Wei. R. A'mett to Was. R. Cavitt by Deed recorded in Cask "N" pegea 514, 515 and SI of the Dead Ho ards el Erase Couaty, Texas. Second Traett t inel'j at the vVatt e jmer of the taid 12 acre tract conveyed by Harvey Mitchell to J. M. Stockton in the center of the A. k M. College Road; aad Bear the South beak of a branch over which there it a bridge on asid roadj Thence Sjutbeest with said road 29 earns corner s stakes Thence N. 61 E. M9 raras corner a stake; Thence N. 13 14 E. 2?) ear as corner a stake ia the N. W. lint of said Si acre tract from which a Pott Oak 14 inches in diameter marked "K" bra. N. 42 W. 7 m.i Thence S. 45 W. 515 era. to the be ginning aad containing 5 4-5 acres more or last and being the same land con raved by j. M. Stockton to Wm. R. Cavitt by Dead recorded in book "W" pee t of the Dead Records of Bratot County, Texas. Third 1 tact i Beginning at the most Southerly comer of the Phillips Addition to the city of Br) an Thence N.4o E.with the Southeast line oftaid addition ISovrt.to corner a stone ia the prairie; Thence S. 45 E. 635 era to the N. earner of the ICS acres sold to C. Zthardt a stone in the prairie; Tbence S. 45 W. S56 trs. with N. W. line of said 189 acres to the W. corner of same; Tbence N. 45. W. US era. to the place of begiaaing, containing 103 3-4 acres, more or leu and being the tame land convened be E.M.Peaseto Wm.R.Cavitt by Deed recorded in Book "X" page 197 of the Deed of Records of Brazos County, Texas. Fourth Tract i Beginning at the most E. corner of the 5S acre tract laid olf to taid Oroes beck Baker Hutch ins and Rice ia the parti i ion of the taid Philips League which ia 909 en S. 45 E. from the S. cor ner of the Phillipa Addition to the City ot Bryan Thence S. 45 E. 459 era. to corner a stake ia prairie ia the present N. W. line of Mitchells 4S acre tract j Thence N. 45 E. 736 rs. to corner a stake in prairie; Thence N. 26 W. 319 vr. t- corner of a 25 acre tract sold said Mitchell; Thence N. 45 W. 334 era. to corner a stone in the p aiiie; Thence S. 43 W. 856 trs. to cor ner a stooe in the N. E. line of said 50 acre tract near the bank of a large dry ra vine; Thence S. 45 E. 234 srs. with said line to the beginning, containing IS acres of land, and being the tame land conveyed by Chat. Erfaardt to Wm. R. Caviit by Deed recorded in Book "T" page 219 of the Deed Records of Bratot Counry, Tes. Alto a part of the John Austin League in Bratot County, Texas; Beginning at the most S. corner of a 270 acre tract purchas ed by J. P. Mitchell from Wm. Mcintosh eut of said Austin League a MOe from which a Peat Oak 24 inches in diameter on the bank of a wile revine bears N. 98.27 vis. Tbence S. 45 E. 395 rrs, to a stoat ' set for theW, cor. of S. W. Montgomery's 180 acres; Thence $4S WO era. corner a store in prairie Tbence N.45 W.908 m. cor ner a atake. Thence N. 45 E. 460 era. cor ner a atake on the S. bank of Pin Oak Branch in Hannairras S W Una Make and bearing tree; Thence S 45 E with hit lineSI3 era. tobUmoetS corner; Thence S 45 W830 vra. to the place of beginning, containing 177 acres, and being the tame land convey ed by J. P. Mitchell to Mary M. Cavitt by Dead recorded in Book "K" pages 394 and 375 tf the Deed Fecords of Bratot County, Texts, less 50 acre told off of said 177 acres of land, with . all rights, members and apponenani-es thereto btloni ing. Wiineae my hand, this the twelfth day of June, A. D. 7 J. R. ASTIN, Trustee S'.ar TawMwaw"