By virtue of an order and decree of the County Court of DeKalb County, made on the petition of the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Robert Kopfer, deceased, for leave to sell real estate of said deceased, and entered at the October Term, AD 1909, of said court, to-wit: on the 11th day of October, 1909, I shall, on the Saturday, the 19th day of Febmary, 1910,  between the hours of ten o’clock in the forenoon and five o’clock in the afternoon of said day, to-wit: Between the hours of one and three o’clock in the afternoon of said date sell at public sale at the dwelling house on the premises hereinafter described the real estate described as follows: Southeast Quarter (X) of Section OneJ (Township Thirty-eight f 38 ) North Range Four ( 4 ) East of the 3rd PM, containing one hundred sixty (160) acres of land more or less on the following terms, to-wit: for cash, to be paid ten per cent (10 percent) thereof on the day of sale, and the remainder thereof on confirmation of sale and execution and delivery to the purchaser of a deed of conveyance of the eremites sold. Dated this 17th day of January, AD 1910.

WILLIAM CHARLESWORTH, Administrator of the estate of Robert Kopfer, deceased. Attorney for Administrator .

Author note: William Carlesworth was the husband of Anna Temma, daughter of Conrad Temma and Mary Grimme. Anna Temma was the sister of great grandmother Mary Caroline Temma, the wife of the deceased Robert Kopfer, whose farm is being sold in the transaction advertised above.