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The Greatest Auction Sale of Real Estate That Edgefleld County Ever Had
July 28th and 29th, 1919
Now is the time to buy a lot for a residence, a site for any business purpose, or a nice farm. The follow
ing is a brief description of the several parcels of land which will be offered for sale at auction J?ly 28th-29th:
1. The Fair Ground property, opposite Addison Mills, containing six and
one-half acres, high elevation. Just -the place to have a nice home or business
enterprise. Will be sub-divided and offered in lots or as a whole.
2. The YV. W. Adams warehouses and offices, located at the Edgefield
depot. Convenient to load from warehouse to cars on warehouse track. Ca
pacity ot these warehouses is about five thousand bales of cotton, with room for
fertilizers and all other produce that one might wish to handle. Equipped with
sprinkler system. Now is the time for the farmers to organize a stock company,
buy these warehouses, put competent men in charge, handle their own cotton;
have it where they can always get a buyer without having to look for one.
3. The farm of W. W. Adams, situated two miles from Court House, at
Huett's Cross Roads, fronting on two highways, containing about 155 acres of
the best land in the Ridge section. Will be cut into small farms or offered as
4. Several lots of O. B. Anderson, within the incorporate limits, on the
Dixie Highway, across the street from the W. C. Jackson home. This property
is located in one of the best sections of the town, surrounded by the best people,
and is a most desirable place to build a home. The Edgefield county hospital
will be located nearby, and drug stores and other stores will probably be in walk
ing distance of this property.
5. Lots of J. L. Mims and 13. F. Jones, located on ChappePs Ferry road,
right across the street from O. B. Anderson's residence, will be cut into nice
lots, which will just suit you people who want a home.
6. The E. W. Samuel house and lot, containing 12 acres, situate in South
Edgefield, will be sub-divided or offered as a whole. One of the nicest places to
. 7. The old Law Range, situate between Judge jvmnaira s resiueuce aim
the office of Sheppard Brothers, will be put up this time to the highest bidder.
It is an ideal place for a garage, laundry or other business enterprises. Look
through the building and see how many nice officps and store rooms there are
in the building.
8. Fifty-acre farm between Edgefield and Johnston, being a part of Tandy
Broadwater's Cross Roads place. Wide road front, beautiful site to build, well
improved, one four-room house, running branch through place.
Here are a few farms that we are offering at private sale :
1. Farm of 141 acres, situate two miles from Court House, on the Dixie
Highway. Good eight-room house, barn, cotton houses and tenant houses,
good well and two running streams through the place. Ideal for a dairy or
2. A farm in sight of JBerea church, now owned by Mr. Frank C. Wat
son, containing 104 acres, nice new dwelling, all necessary buildings, grist mill,
and all conveniences of a country home. This place is in high state of cultiva
tion, and will make a bale of cotton per acre.
3. Also, the J. R. Smith farm, near Trenton, containing 1G5 acres, com
modious dwelling, and all necessary buildings in perfect repair. Short distance
from school house and church. As you know, this is tke level Trenton lards,
which every one is trying to get. This property is so sought after that it will
not stay unsold many days. You had better see me.
"SERVICE OF GUARANTEED SATISFACTION"
HOME OFFICE-Greenwood, South Carolina
S. B. NICHOLSON, Manager Edgefield Branch
AUCTION DATES: July 28th and 29th, 10:00 A. M.