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GEORGIA, Sumter County.
Under and by virtue of an order of the Hon. John A. Cobb, Ordinary of said County, granted at the February Term, 1917, of said Ordinary’s Court, I will sale before the Court House door in the city of Americus, on the first Tuesday in March, 1917, between the legal hours of sale, the following property, to wit:
“A certain lot and the buildings thereon; said lot fronting fifty-five (55) feet on the south side of Forsyth Street, and running back South one hundred and eighteen (118) feet; said lot bounded on the East and South by property of Sumter County, known as the County Chain-gang stockade; on the west by an alley; and on the North by Forsyth Street. Situated on said lot being one two-story eight-room house, No. 121, and on same lot one one-room house, No. 123.
“Also one lot fronting one hundred (100) feet on the North side of Forsyth Street, and running back one hundred and sixty (160) feet, more or less, North, and the buildings thereon; said buildings consist of two three-room houses, Nos. 120-122 Forsyth Street. Also one brick building, No. 118 Forsyth Street containing three rooms and one shed room, bounded as follows: On the South by Forsyth Street; on East by property of J.E. Poole and H.D. Watts; on West by property of Westley Whitehead; and on North by property of Robert Cameron.
“All of said property situated in the City of Americus, Sumter County, Georgia.”
Said property sold as the property of George Phillips, deceased, and for the purpose of paying the debts of said George Phillips, and distribution among the heirs.
Terms of Sale - Cash.
Administrator of the estate of George Phillips, deceased.
Source: The Americus Times-Recorder, Americus, Georgia, Thursday, February 8, 1917; Pg. 8