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ember 23 and 24
Tuesday and Wednesday
AT 10:30 A. M. EACH DAY
On these dates we will offer FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR the best list of Real Estate,,Qty, Suburban and
Farra Land, ever offered in Edgefield county and in and around two cf the best towns in the State.
A tip to the wise is sufficient, so look over this list and meet us on the grounds. Real Estate will
never be cheaper, and especially the high-class property we are going to sell. The best buy on earth is good
land in and around a good town. You can always realize a profit on your investment. -
Read These Lists Below. Get the Dates and Properties Fixed Clearly in Your Mind
Tuesday, September 23
No. 1. At 10:30 Bouknight Estate: One two
story brick store building and lot, formerly occupied
by Geo. P. Cobb, Johnston, S. C.
No. 2. At 10:30 one two-story brick store build
ing and lot, occupied by M. R. Wright & Bro.,
Johnston, S. C.
No. 3. At ll :30 H. H. Herlong's farm of sixty
acres, one five-room dwelling and barnes; in one-half
mile of Harmony church and school. In the most
progressive community in the State.
No. 4. At 12:00 o'clock Mrs. M. E. Padgett's
place of fifty acres of land, one three-room ho* se.
In one-half mile of Harmony school and church.
No. 5. At 12:30 we will offer for sale Mr. George
Berry's (Sr.)splendid farm of one hundred acres three
miles from Johnston on Edgefield-Johnston road.
This farm is one mile from Harmony school and
church, in one of the most progressive communities:
six-room dwelling, three tenant houses, barns, etc.
All land fenced with woven wire, electric lights, wa
ter works and all other conveniences. You can't
miss this sale.
No. G. At 1:00 P. M., just across the road, we
are going to sell Mr. Luke Smith's farm of one hun
dred and twenty-six acres, one eight-room dwelling
and barns, gin house, three three and four-room
tenant houses and wells. Twenty acres wired pas
ture. This land will make two bales of cotton per
acre. One mile from Harmony church and school.
No. 7. At 3:00 o'clock the T. A. Broadwater
home of one hundred and twenty-six acres, one new
seven-room dwelling, two barns, two tenant houses,
with wells at each house, three acres of asparagus
and twenty-acre pasture.
Luke Smith's Farm
Wright Place .
Wednesday, Sept. 24
At 10:30 we will begin the sale at Dr. A. H. Cor
ley's beautiful sur burban property just out of town
on the Edgefield-Johnston road. We will subdivide
this into lots. This is one of the most desirable
places around Edgefield. You can have all the
pleasure of country life and convenience of the city.
Buy one of these lots and build a house on it.
No. 2. . At ll :30: Next we will go to Mr. J. G.
Holland's home on Columbia street and offer for sale
his elegant two-story residence and two and one-half
acres of land ; also, one beautiful lot containing one
acre of land, more or less, adjoining home of Gov.
No. 3. Next E. W. Samuel's brick building and
lot, adjoining W. C. Tompkins stables, Edgefield,
No. 4. Next Mr. E. S. Johnson's two-acre lot
on Southern R. R. track. A good place for the
right man to put up a brick yard. On this lot there
are two five and six-room dwellings.
On Wednesday, September 24th,
I a free jar of money will be given
the person who attends the sale and
who guesses nearest tjie amount of
I money in the jar. Jar on exhibi
I tion at Penn & Holstein's drug*
We consider the above list of properties the best in Edgefield county and not excelled in South Carolina.
THE TERMS ARE VERY EASY, AND YOU BUY AT YOUR OWN PRICE
You are cordially invited to attend these sales. Our "ALL STAR" Brass Band will be there furnishing
ali of the latest creations.
FREE! CASH PRIZES. BRASS BAND
SOUTH ATLANTIC REALTY CO., Inc.
"Service of Guaranteed Satisfaction"
HOME OFFICE: Greenwood, S. C.
S. B. & J. H. NICHOLSON* Managers Edgefield Branch
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