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During thin camp each the school children, she he! bm temper wee examined and any defects trika ta the teacher's meeting of foqfti reported to foe parents, phy«{~ county end enrolled SIA Hod  OSO. W. Mf) A CH AX,  Adm iistmtor.  ^■'. xqrnq^iRSASt: in  SAIIIJIiiPIV’ T Ie the Dietrtot Court of the Unitmi •tote for the Sestorn District of  -iSAl.„ \ - lar ^.--.. 1 j r .~  1   JI— -A    ImsJU    a1  rtuPBMPp iliit jw -4POmsIwSO OiP I rn TI dm OX  Keetah Hlfiu t  11wfi Dom end Tract No. 2 end James Wlidema and others.  (9)Also: AI! that othgr tract of lend  INSURANCE UM, Fire, Accidente  UmexAMs JLssdwaamiseSeSlae  tteaim, AtiiomoDiie  dnety-fodr acres, more or lest, and baomM ky fend, rf TW No. I, Ii,-sis Dorn and by Tract No. 8, end by hand* of Jamee Williams and Robert  Furnished Cot (agen to limit  no. C.fcO.B. Hutson,  Phone 118-W. Alim. SA C.  Garvin.  (IO) Also: AU that other tract known es Tract No.* 6, containing one hundred ami two seres, more or less,  meats thereon, situate; lying end being between Wegener and Hollow 'Gluhih foe Comity of Aiken, State  ate I. Johnson, end West by James Williams, end Robert Garvin. All of said lands befog in the County af Aiken end State of South Carolina, near the station of Wagener, en foe Midland Railway.  (ID Afoo «U that right, title and  BOOKS OPENED AND CLOSED  INCOME TAX RETURNS (Federal and State)  Inventories* Merchants Tax Statements. Auditing. (Ai re fully Attended To  CDI or Write    «  w  JOSEPH R. FREIFELD  Phone 10£    Aiken,    S.    C.  W. ASHHURS7  ~^e1falfWW abbreviation ti  #wdf 1     Bbw#### hhp wmA JNbv  WW^TSmm far their ry, In foe County of Aiken, 8tato  emu Who niutmh- afomenid, and containing one hundred J Sh foei^ rn to lfoh sixty (180) seres, more or leas. But-BEmMhBi'fo tim meueuiu ting .and bounding the S> m-eaat an formem of Olla Hollow Creek; on foe North-seat on J ft-ftAfriirifff    tho    psst    fonds of John Spirea, to he North.  hSTnfone fob ■ dr int Mf the] anet or laude of Henry idrnecra and SHdl. to pm durn ether crops, to Soufo-wmt by lands i Johnson.  but ittim Being tho alme nroperty conveyed to MifohVforiUfontofofoMCtion me by Martha Johnson. jpNIfrdfotnlr fopend—t epee    (t> All that pfoutahan or tract of  wwm foriMg wop, ilMnugh fond known ai the  u imm Brim rn fo# Br it foe priuripal Tract**, with the buiidtoge thereon, M WMfo ' I    lifoti, bsowam Wegener and Perry  Pie Mto ieets whfoh apeak for Hr the County mad Slam sforeeeid, MH#fo| hmuilliiiiU | JI else. oontinfog 180 acres, more or lese, But- u  frumhie ting end bounding to the South-east or. jmf^riHh# wm Ugpniihtly.pieee. Dave Brown; m foe North-west on MfcHim tfoxir* Ab a mattsr Lforia Durham, aud rn foe South, for EMMI UM Sari) .Oma Money west on John Spirea, ft jfouMfUl then fog eewural * (4) Afoot An that tinct or parcel SHPrMfotltlto til puifiiBy be af laud with tha buildings end im. BS**#!? fofofbti na through- pvommente thereon, containing 80 KBfo aud particularly acres, atom or foes. eitnete in the pad melton.    County end State aforesaid, near Dean  it prmpirity bae its dmwhscks Swamp and bounded ss follows, to-MW m Bb advantages. Pbaridensi wit: On the North by Joetph Nun; on Ffoj3IBoii>J^tfIwtfgkdpipi tbs East bf lands of M. F. Corbitt; HfofojSAWOF ^ pufoag on fosHouth by fonds of fos astate of  it dom t John Johnson, ted on foe west by fopmg font tbs some Providence lends of Gabriel Staley’s estate. rte for ae to teach peon’* to uk* (5) Also: All that lot, piece or jai whet Hwy have. There are parcel df land with the buildings and r psiTplt. however, who know few improvements ^thereon, situate, lying immcn prmperity only by what and being in the town of Wagener,  ' fogfcd for fofogi they eouki County and State aforesaid, measur-‘xmBAe without.    tag and coaUining 250 feet mf Lee  acciiwnt  INSURANCE  mri ab right eugtob aud parallel fee South Middleton Street a distance of  fontal clinics for ,th*> school children of Aiken county and* although Dr. Sparks, the Dentist for this county, has only completed one school, the indications are foal foe wash will meet  Tntft’s Pills  jids of Tanner Avenue to adistance of  120 fact to starting ppfot. , r  . ^ '_____  HIS) Afoo nU the equity, right, title and interest of G. W. Sawyer im-  FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR RENT  O. W. DMD rf Wayworn, Georgia, fee Mrs. N. C. Thompson of Nicholls, Georgia,‘dated December 20, 1000, assigned bp mid Mss. N. J. Them peon to T. Blend, aud thereafter assigned by f. Bfond fee O. W. Sawyer A Cb., in foe following described real estate, to-wit:    Lots    No. 3 and 4 in Block  No. 47, as shewn sa tbs map aff G, W. Dean’s sub division of fouA md Let No. 514 to foe 0th District of Coffoo County, Georgia.  The above described property will be sold troe end discharged of all liens, except tho taxes for 1084,  .The successful bidden will be required to deposit arith the Trustee the sum af 8100.00 to cash or certified check far seek of the above percale of lend purchased bg him, her or them, as evidence of good ftiifo, et foe time the seme ie knocked down to him, her or them, end upon failure to make •ufo deposit foe sold tract will be forthwith re-ebld. The purchasers are  CITY TAX NOTICE City of Aiken, Nev. 1,1028. Pursuant to ga order cf foe General Assembly end foe City Ordinance foe tax Duplicate of th auld City will be s  et my Act for foe purpose of Collecting City Taxes from October 15,1028 to March I, 1024 for tho fiscal year commencing January I, 1028.  All persons striding within foe limits of foe City of Aiken end who' it;!o Tex return.- of A Hem pud ta County Auditor, for taxation in January end February last, their names with foe return aforesaid have been copied on foe tax Duplicate of the said city, and hence they stand charged with foe City taxes for foe fiscal year, ae provided by law. The levy is es follows:  General Expenses^............18 Mills  L Bond Interest  ......... 4    Mills  •nth, within  Sinking Fund  to pay for deeds and revenue stamps.  E. L. A LLEN, Trustee to Bankruptcy for Lybrand A Sawyer.    *.    .......24    Mills  ^ HENRY BUSCH,  City Clerk and Treasurer.  Total  STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF BANK OF WESTERN CAROLINA  I* Aiken, Barnwell, Black Ville, Salley, Ellenton, Wagener, North Anguria, Johnston. Lexington  Batesburg, S. C. at tha doae of business. Doc, 31,1S23    >    „    .  LIABILITIES  Capital Stock Paid to--------------  Surplus Pond  — ---*----------  Undivided Profits tom Current Expense#......  Durn to Banks and  $8*271,000.40  1,702.08  288,710.00  10,750.08  83,802.77  7M«7.lf  Savings Dei write.............—..................... 1,057,881.97  Time CevMAmtm of    Dspiutt.—--------- 480,214.02  Certifitid Checke __________- -    I,OOM* '  . Cheeks________  *    10,388.28    8,712401.08  Other Llaahflfttoe, ria., to transit— — r -1MM.20  XU* ________      14470,408.71  Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of January 182A  W. a JONES,  ' Notary Pa Wk far A &  Corset    Attest! #    ,     /     ,    .    •  WBASIX P. UMDK880N,  -    MC    HAMM,  '    RABOLD    Bl    PLATT,  448,755.98  118,19*00  480.50  15,015.58  8,552*85  8,002.72  54,870,488.71   

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