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- THTCUTU HA A -:
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CHALMERS 6rRF F
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ak oo ok ti,lu i pagou , hntk ang u aogtepahweeVadros
.401 rO //UVE PAP/i' -HE/I TS.
Street is to be cut, then follow along Chalmers Street which
street by the Park in which all the undergrowth is being cu
now to be cut as it should have been cut. Cut down your speed all along as you go and take a full
view of this splendid property, which has been cut so as to suit the taste of anyone. Then, if you
will cut out all your notions about this being too far from town, remember the farthest point is not
a mile from the town clock, and cut your mountain of ideas that Winnsboro
down to a mole hill, then you will have a straight cut to a business proposition that will enable you
if you will cut down your expenses, to have your own home cut to your own taste or an investment
in a piece of property so cut that it will be sure to please the taste of some one ese as to make it
soon worth more than you will have to pay for it on the day of the Auction, Salesday in February.
J. EDGAR POAG, Rock Hill, S. C.
B r ok er. "Cuts the Earth to Suit Your Taste."