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NOTICE OF ELECTION,
State of Sooth Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
Whereas, there has been filed
with the County Board of Educa
tion of Edgefield county, State of J
South Carolina, a petition ol more f
than one-third of the resident elec
tors, and a like proportion of the
resident free-holders of the age of J
21 years of Plum Branch School
District No. 15, in said county and
state asking an election in said dis
trict for the purpose of voting on
the question of levying and collect
ing an additional special tax of two
mills on the dollar of all taxable
property of said district to supple
ment the school fund for said dis
Now, therefore, under provisions
? of Sec. 1208, General School Law
T of South Carolina, it is ordered that
W. J- White, W. R. Freeland, B.
D. Kitchens, constituting the regu
Jar board of trustees, do hold an
?election at Plum Branch School
House in county and state aforesaid
on Saturday March 16th, 1912, af
ter giving notice of time and place
of said election in some newspaper
published in Edgefield county, and
by posting notices thereof in at
least three public places in said
district two weeks before elec
At this election only such elec
tors as return real or personal prop
erty for taxation, and who exhibit
|\their tax receipts and registra
tion certificates as required in
general elections, shall be allowed
At said election each elector fa
voring the proposed levy shall cast
a ballot containing the word "Yes"
written or printed thereon, and
each elector opposed to such levy
shall cast a ballot containing the
?word "No" written or printed
thereon. Within ten days after
such election if a majority of those
voting shall vote for such levy the
boara of trustees shall furnish the
County Auditor with a statement of
the amount so levied. The polls
I ?hall open at 8 o'clock a. m., and
close at 4 o'clock p. m., and in all
respects comply with Sec. 1208
Code of Laws of South Carolina.
W. W. Fuller,
Edwin IL Folk,
County Bd. Ed.
Petit Jury, 2nd Week.
6 M Temples, Ward; W W
Woodward, Johnston; D. B. Hol
lingsworth, Pickens; L B Jones,
Pickens; J B Hughey, Talbert; B
I PU-^-r-r^T rainer, Tickens;
J D Baxley, Meriwether; R W
Powell, Pickens; E M Bunch, Mer
iwether; J H Elkins, Modoc; J P
DeLaughter; Meriwether; N J Hol
liday, Liberty Hill; G G Water.,,
Tohnston; J L Quarles, Red Hill; J
\ Thurmond, Meriwether; J L
[art, Pickens; J A Lyon, Wise;
reorge Rearden, Plum Branch;
V T West, Red Hill; T B Cul
>reath, Talbert; T F Lybrand,
^ard; P H Bussey, Collier; W N
Tair, Wise; Henry Salter, Ward;
R White, Liberty Hill; II II San
iere, Wise; T M Quirles, Red
Till; C YD Freeland, Plum Branch;
C Timmerman, Meeting Street;
$ettis Cantelou, Wise.
Test That Failed.
Jean ls a very matter-of-fact tot of
three summers. Her mother one day,
Wilie holding in her arms the wee
Jaby sister, who wa ? v ry delicate, re
marked: "Dear me. she l^ohs so frail
breath wouM b)or: ber away." Jean.
liing a long b^ath, p-iffed It sudden
r Into ti^e f-rev cf the little sister,
|nd. stepping hark, waited a moment
silence Then in a disappointed
?ne she said: '-Well, why don't
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I will
apply to. Hon. W. T. Kinnaird,
Judge of Probate of ?Edgefield
County, South Carolina, for final
dischargeas Administrator of es
tate T. R. Rusk, deceased,on March
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We have ju?t received one frosh
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"We can deliver the goods." Groceries and feed for
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Office and salesroom 863 Broad Warehouse Ga. Railroad
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AVING purchased 200 tons
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j^-earry everything in t.hp fer
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Our purpose is to give as good
goods for as little money as
anyone. We invite our friends
and customers to send in their
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the King of all top dressing.
W. W. ADAMS & CO.
E. J. NORRIS, Agent
Edgefield, South Carolina
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