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Mortgagee's Sale
By virtue and in execution of the 
Power of Sale contained in a certain 
mortgage given by Catherine E. Sul-
livan and Philip W. Sullivan, both of 
Framingham, in the County of Mid-
dlesex and Commonwealth of Massa-
chusetts, to the Farmers and Me-
chanics Savings Bank, situated in
said Framingham, dated March 31,
1921 and recorded, with Middlesex
South District Deeds in Book 4424,
Page 408, of which mortgage the un-
dersigned is the present holder and 
abling, and for the purpose of fore-
closing the same, for breach of the
conditions thereof, will be sold at
Public Auction on or near the prem-
ises hereinafter described

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Friday, the Third Day of June, 1932,
       at 9:30 A.M.,

all and singular the premises can-
veyed by said mortgage deed and
therein described as follows:-
  "A certain parcel of land with the
buildings thereon situated in said
Framingham and bounded north-
easterly by Main Street; northwest-
erly and westerly by land formerly
of one Hemenway, now of Edith M.
Shea, and land of Harriet J. Winch;
southerly by land of Thomas L. Bar-
ber; easterly and southeasterly by
Franklin Street extension, so-called.
Intending hereby to convey all the 
real estate included in a deed from
Clarissa Moulton to Timothy Sullivan
dated May 29, 1886 and recorded
with Middlesex South District Deeds,
Book 1751, Page 165, and in a deed 
from the Boston and Albany Rail-
road Company to said Timothy Sul-
livan dated November 8, 1985 and re-
corded with said Deeds, Book 3429,
Page 282, excepting a narrow strip
released by the heirs of said Timothy
Sullivan to Samuel J. Goddard and
the parcel conveyed to said heirs by
James F. Shaw by deeds given about 
November 1902, which parcel is
shown on a Plan of Land situated in
Framingham, Mass., conveyed to
James F. Shaw November 12, 1902,
which plan is recorded with said
Deeds, Book of Plans 142, Plan 15.
Said last mentioned parcel has since
been accepted by the Town of Fram-
ingham as an extension of Franklin
Street. Together with the benefit of
all restrictions and reservation men-
tioned in the deeds from said Sulli-
van heirs to said James F. Shaw so
far as the same are not in force."
   The premises will be sold subject 
to any unpaid taxes, tax titles and
other municipal liens, if any. 
   Five hundred ($500) dollars will
be required to be paid by the pur-
chaser at the time of sale. Balance
within ten days upon delivery of
deed at the Banking Rooms of the
Farmers and Mechanics Savings
Bank, Framingham, Mass. 
    FARMERS AND MECHANICS
    SAVINGS BANK
         by Vernard J. Irvine
                     Treasurer. 
Framingham, Mass.
May 10, 1932



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Early-Morning Fire
    Cases $2500 Damage

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Prompt Discovery of Blaze and Response 
   By Firemen Saves Dwelling House
   on Union Ave. From Destruction

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  Fire did damage, estimated at
$2500, to the sewing room contents
in an ell adjoining the house of
John Abdelmeseh on Union avenue,
Framingham Centre, this morning
about 2 o'clock. Prompt discov-
ery of the blaze and the quick ac-
tion of firemen under the Acting Chief
Daniel Donahue saved the house
from destruction. 
  The fire was discovered by a 
passing motorist, who was return-
ing to his home from a dance. He 
drove to box 112 to sound an alarm
then returned to the house to
arouse the occupants.

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  The firemen laid to lines of
hose and used the chemical line to
reach the fire which was gaining
headway in a room adjoining the
main house and the sewing room,
used in the making of dressed and 
apron. The fire entered the parti
tions but qas quickly controlled.
The main house was damaged by
smoke. 
  The cause of the fire is undeter-
mined. State Fire inspector Ev-
erett W. Shumway came here just
before noon today to conduct an
investigation, in an effort to de-
termine the origin of the blaze. 
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