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THIRD AUCTION SALE
Brass Band and Free Barbecue Dinner
We have conducted two very successful sales in your town, and in a way that no one could be dissatisfied
with. As so many people are asking us when is the next sale to be, we have decided to put on the third and
biggest sale yet-big in many respect. Big for Edgefield town and county, for it will bring new people
here, new enterprises and make all business grow as never before. Big as an advertisement of Edgefield to
the outside world of the future possibilities of Edgefield. Big because it awakens the citizens of Edgefield to
the fact that if they want to see their town and county grow they must get busy. Now on the 26th, 27th
and 28th we want all Edgefield people to be with us. We are going to have a free barbecue at E. M. Pad
gett's place. Ladies are specially invited.
On Tuesday, the 26th, we will begin the sale at Mr. J. Padgett Carson's farm of 87 acres, near Harmony
church and school. This is a part of the Bacon tract in one of the best farming sections of the State. Don't
miss this sale. Then we will go to the E. M. Padgett farm, 6 miles from Trenton and 14 miles from Augusta
on the Dixie Highway. We will sub-divide this tract of 309 acres in six nice farms all with good frontage on
the highway. Four 3 to 4-room houses with barn and well at each house. Two running streams through
the place. We will cut it to the best advantage for the purchaser. We are going to. give to each purchaser
of a tract of this land free a fine mule. The purchaser of one tract will have the privilege of taking as many
more atthe same price and get a mule for each tract. Don't forget the barbecue dinner will be at the E. M.
August 27th, at 10:30, we will begin the sale of the J. P. Hite farm of 85 acres. One 6-room house, barn,
etc., two 3 and 4-room tenant houses, ll miles from Johnston, sandy land, good neighborhood. This place
will be cut to suit purchasers. From the J. P. Hite**plaee we will next come to the J. M. Wright place of
57.7 acres, one 5-room dwelling, barns and tenant houses, 3 miles from Edgefield on the Johnston-Edge
field public road. A most desirable place to live. Next W. W. Adams Cross Road Farm and T. A. Broadwa
ter Farm. Then we will go to the town of Edgefield and offer for ?ale one of the oest paying business in
the county, Mr. A. L. Kemp's shop, all tools, machinery and material in connection with it. Also grist mill,
gasoline engine and ali machinery connected with it. This lot is 90x120 feet, adjoins the hotel lot and would
be a most desirable place for a garage to accommodate our tourists. Don't let some one else get this from you.
Mr. E. S. Johnson has a 2-acre lot with one 4-room house, one 6-room house, barn and well just across the E. E. tract
from Mr. Frick's planing mill. A good lot for any business purpose where it is necessary to be near the E. E. tract.
Look this lot over.
Mr. R. H. Parks' home in North Edgefield, consisting of dwelling, barn, etc., one tenant house and eight acres of good land. This i? beautiful place
to live, surrounded by homes of the best people. You farmers who want a nice home in town would do well to look it over.
The W. C. Tompkins stable will be offered for sale again, and it is go-ing to sell this time, so you had better get busy.
The last place we will offer for sale is a 150-acre farm three miles from Edgefield. We are going to see how cheap this will sell-not how high. It
will surprise you how cheap it will go. Every should make a sacrifice some time during life. We are going to make ours on the 28th. Be on hand.
Don't forget Tuesday, the 26th, 10:30, J. Padgett Carson's farm and E. M. Padgett's farm. Free barbecue at Padgett's farm.
Wednesday, the 27th, at 10:30, J. P. Hite farm, J. M. Wright farm, T. A. Broadwater and W. W. Adams farms.
Thursday, the 28th, at 10:30, A. L. Kemp's shops and mill, W. C. Tompkins' stables, E. S. Johnson's lots and houses and the 150-acre surprise farm.
We want all the people of Edgefield with us. Good music, good time and fair treatment. Follow the band. It i's a splendid way to spend your vacation.
Laugh and grow fat.
Don't forget the dates, 26th, 27th, 28th of August. List your property now for this sale.
Here are a few valuable farms that we have listed for private sale. Look them over and select one before there is further advance in Edgefield
farms. Have you a farm to sell? List it with us.
1. A farm in sight of Berea 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.
2. Also, the J. R. Smith farm, near Trenton, containing 105 acres, com
modious dwelling, and all necessary buildings in perfect repair. Short distance
from school house and church. As you know, this is the level Trenton lands,
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.
3. George Berry, Sr., farm, four miles from Trenton, near Southern Rail
way, containing 254 acres. This is one of the cheapest and best we have. Ten
ant houses and land in high state of cultivation. Will be glad to show it to you
4. George W. Wise farm, 18 acres, halfway between Edgefield and Tren
ton, nice level sandy land, in front of the old Barr place. We are offering this
5. Dr. B. F. Jones' farm, containing 39 acres in North Edgefield on Dixie
Highway, one six and one seyenroom dwelling, barns and 3-room tenant house.
This property is in one of the best neighborhoods in Edgefield on the Dixie
Highway, where land will always be valuable and growing in value. This is a
nice finished home that will suit any one.
6. D. B. Hollingsworth's "Brunson Tract, " containing 140 acres. One 6
room dwelling, barn and other buildings, one tenant house; sand and clay soil.
Located on Dixie Highway three miles from Edgefield, adjoining the J. B.
Hill place. This is an ideal place to live. Easy terms.
SOUTH ATLANTIC REALTY GO., Inc.
HOME OFFICE: Greenwood, South Car?lina
"SERVICE OF GUARANTEED SATISFACTION"
S. B. NICHOLSON, Manager Edgefield Branch