State of South Carolina,
County of Chesterfield.
Pursuant to a decree heretofore granted in the case of H. J. Sellers & Company vs. Hattie M. Boan, et al.,  will offer for sale before the Court House door at Chesterfield, S. C., on the first Monday in April, same being the 5th between the legal hours of sale to the highest bidder for cash, the following described real estate, to wit:
All that certain, piece, parcel or tract, of land in Cole Hill township, Chesterfield County, S. C., containing, two hundred acres, more or less, bounded by lands of W. A. Odom, P. C Cassidy, P. D. W. McLean, Nancy Jones, W. K. Rogers, and possibly others; being known as the Levy Cassidy home place, and being now composed of two tracts of 120 acres, more or less, around the Levy Cassidy home place, and 80 acres, more or less, around the present home of Hattie M. Boan. The line separating the land into two tracts have been surveyed and located heretofore, reference being had to such surveyor's description will more fully appear.
The land will be sold in two separate tracts as above set out.
P. A. MURRAY, Jr.,
Master Chesterfield County.
Hattie M. Boan in this Court settlement is Hattie M. Goodale wife of John Washington Boan.
What is a master’s sale? The Master-in-Equity is a judge who has the power to decide certain cases without a jury. A Master-in-Equity typically handles cases involving real estate, such as foreclosures, partitions, and contracts. <http://www.judicial.state.sc.us/>
 The Cheraw Chronicle, Cheraw, SC, April 1, 1915, Image/Page 5, Column 6.