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No. 24. 204 acres, 5 miles northwest of Pickens; 1-4 mile !
from school; splendid two story 8-room house, good outbuild- 1
ings; 75 acres cleared, balance heavy original forest; some fine
saw timber on this place; good pastures enclosed 111 wire; on
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No. 25. go acres; one mile from Keowee Baptist Church,
one mile from school; 25 acres cleared; one small house, small
outbuildings. Now, if you are wanting something cheap, listen;
Only $10 per acre and on term of one-half cash and bal 1
ance in 1 and 2 years.
No. 26. 7 acres ?4 from court house. Yes it is the
Holder Ford Water Power, already developed-?Gins, Grist;
Mill, etc.?just ready for you 10 take hold and make an easy!
living. Could trade you this property for a small farm. See
me about price and term on this.
No. 27. 2 acres in the suburbs of Pickens; no improvements,
but a pretty lot on a leading road, and a nice place to
build VOU a home. l.et me mnke vnn n nriro rm thic Te ic n
29. 36 acres 3 miles from Pickens; no improvements; about |
one-half cleared; some good woodland on this place and it is
iii a section that is coming to the front rapidly. Price $42 per
acre on long time.
No. 30. 37/^2 aces, all level; 25 acres in good state of cultivation,
balance in pasture and woodland; mile from Six
Mile church, where the new Baptist college is being built; small
house and outbuildings. Now, listen: Only $40 per acre.
This place will double in value in five years. Don't say "wish
I had Renown it" but come and let me show you.
No. 31. Now, if you are looking lor a good, cheap place,
how does this fit you? Farir ol 50 acres; 25 acres in a good'
state of cultivation, balance in pasture and timberland; mile I
from church and school in good neighborhood; 10 miles from
court house; 5-room house, all necessary outbuildings; fine orchard.
This place is back towaids the mountains but is a bargain
No. 32. 46 acres; 25 acres in cultivation; 6 acres in pasture;
new 7-room house; old 4-room house, good barns; 6 miles
from Pickens, 1 mile from Praters church, l/2 mile from school;
in a good section of the country. A number one little place
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No. 33. 186 acres on Big Crow Creek, 11 miles from the
court house; 90 acres cleared, balance in original forest; new
six-room house completed; new store house, good outbuildings;
28 acres of fine bottom land in high state of cultivation;
15 acres wired in pasture. Price $3,850. i
No. 34. 15 acres; good new small house; within mile of:
new Baptist College at Six Milt; all level grey land; 11 acres;
in cultivation, balance in woodland. Just the place if you
want to farm and enjoy the suberb advantages of the Six Mile,
section. Price $80 per acre, but it is extra fine.
No. 35. 32 acres at Keowee Baptist church; 6 acres clear-!
ed, balance in timber. Buildings art; not worth, much but Hie j
place is a bargain at $350. Can buv some adjoining land if
you desire. I
No. 36. 135 acres; 3 miles from Liberty; about 60 acres
ceared; small house, good new barn. This is a part of the
Griffin land and by far the cheapest place in this section. Only
$35 per acre; see me at once if you wait it.
No. 37. 50 acres; good 7-room house, barn, stables, pasture,
etc. One-half cleared, balance in timber land. A nice
little place at only $40 per acre.
No. 38. 102 acres; 35 acres cleared, balance in woods, \]/2
miles from church and school; good pasture wired in; 4-room
house, good log barn and outbuildings; 3 miles fjom Central
in a fine section. Only $5 ,700, and a bargain it is. Let me
show you this.
No. 40. 155 acres, on Twelve Mile River, near Norris Cotton
Mills, 15 acres cleared, balance in woodland; no buildings:
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some rough land on this, but the price is reasonable, only $18
per acre. It will bring more in a short time. Terms to suit.
No. 41. 186 acres; 6 miles irom Pickens, north; 50 acres is
cleared, 20 acres in pasture; three houses with outbuildings.
Some as good land as you will find any whet e. Would like to
show this place to you. The price is $4,200.
No. 42 100 acres; 45 in high state of cultivation; all timberland
enclosed in pasture. Good five room house with good
outbuildings, one tenant house. This place is 1 1-2 miles south
ot Six Mile 011 the Maw Bridge ioad, and is one of those desirable.
places at a reasonable price, only $45 per acre. Your
No. 43. 2 acres; good small house; close to Pickens Cotton
Mill, 011 public road and railroad. A fine stand for a store.
No. 44. 350 acres; 2 1-2 miles from Six Mile, on the Seneca
road: 7? 1 Iiamcpc ; -? iiainn
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forest. Some of this land is rolling, but it is by far the cheapest
place that 1 have found in all that section. Only $12.50
per acre and terms on that. See me a I once for somebody is
going to get a bargain on this.
45. 2 7^ ncres of land in suburbs of Pickens; new 8-room
house, complete; in excellent neighborhood. A most desirable
place for a home. See me at once as this is .iot going to stay
long on the market at $2,100.
No. 46. 46 acres, 25 in 1 ultivation, 7 acres in pasture, balance
in timber; 3-1 00m house, good outbuildings; 2 miles Irom
Pleasant Mill church, mile from school, 6 miles from Central.
Price only $32 per acre.
No. 47. 106 acres \ ]/2 miles from Six Mile church on main
public road; 6 room house. p"ood nnthnildi n<7Q* AC\ nrrpc in nrr*r\rl
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state of cultivation; extra fine orchard. There is some rolling
land on this place, but the rough land is in woodland. I consider
this place good value at ?30 per acre. Can give you
terms to suit you on this place. Don't wait until the other
fellow gets it and then say ,vWish 1 had bought it.''
No. 4<S, Nov, here is one of those nice little places that I
! am going to sell before breakfast, one of these mornings. It
contains 45 acres; good 4 room house, large barn; 20 acres in
j cultivation; on main public road, in Six Mile section; in easy
reach of School and all of the advantages enjoyed by that
: section; and the price is only $30 per acre; and can give you
terms on it at that Step lively if you want it.
No. 49. Now, take notice! If you have been wanting a
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live town; 250 acres, 1 y* miles from Liberty, close to the Calumet
Cotton Mills, 125 acies in cultivation, 40 acres in pasture,
3 dwellings, one large two-story house, ? good tenant houses,
lot of fine woodland on this place. If you would be interested
in a place in this section, let me show you the advantages
contained in this proposition. But I haven't told you what the
price is?now, listen, 250 acres for only $8000?just $32 per
No. 50. acres, in the corner of the roads, at Six Mile
church; 3-room store-house and dwelling combined. 1 his is a
most desirable place lor any one desiring to run a store out in
that section. This land will bring a fancy price to cut up into
residence lots in the near future. Price ?1050.
No 51. 1 acre lot, good frame hous?\ near Pickens Cotton
Mill. The very place if you want t<> g?-t a small place so you
can be close to your work at the mill. Price #840.
No. 52. 40 acres, 3 miles east of Pickens, small frame
house; about ^2 cleared, balance in woodland. A very nice
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No. 53. 1X7^ acres, 4^ miles west of Pickens: 75 acres
cleared, about 8 acres of bottom land; splendid 2-story 9-rooin
house, one new 4-room house, good outbuildings, fine orchard,
some rolling land on this place but it is excellent value at $32
No. 54. 1 3-10 acre lot on one of the leading roads into
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No. 55. 104 acres, 2 miles from Six Mile on public road; 7
acres cleared, no buildings; 100,000 of good saw timber on
this place. This is a part of the Isaac Durham estate, and you
know laud has been selling in this section for $40 per acre and
more but this is yours for only $1,750. Step lively for this
will not be on the market long.
No. 56. 25 acres, in half mile of Six Mile church, on public
road; 5-room house, good new barn; 20 acres in cultivation.
This is a nice little place and a bargain at $1,200.
No. 57. 138 acres, joining land of Dr. J. M. Crenshaw, 35
acres in cultivation; good new 6-roo;n house, all necessary outbuildings;
10 acres in pasture. The price is only $1,500, onehall
cash, balance in one, two and three years.
No. 58. 53 acres, *4 niile from Six Mile church, on main
Dllblic road", 0"ood five rnnm linncp nprpecn-n nntKnilflin#*." " -
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acrcs cleared, balance in woodland; 15 acres of good bottom
land, 7 acres in pasture. This is one of those desirable places
that will not stay on the market long when people find out it
is lor sale. Price $50 per acre on terms of one-half cash and
balance in one, two and three years. Let me show you this;
you will like it.
No. 59. 102 acres; 1 1-2 miles from Liberty, near Calumet
Cotton Mills; about 60 acres cleared and in good state of cultivation;
good house with two tenant houses. I his is a No. 1
place and one you will like if you want a farm down on the
Southern railroad, Can give you terms on this of one-half
cash if you desire. The price is only $42 per acre.
No. 60. 84 acies; 6 miles north of Pickens; 30 acres in cul- '
tivation, 5 acres in pasture, balance in woodland. This place
is 1-4 mile from the Ambler school house, 2 miles from church;
five room dwelling with fairly good outbuildings. Some of
this land is rolling but it is a bargain at $i,2c;ot one-half cash.
balance in one and two years.
Nvj. 61. Here is an extra nice place of 95 acres, six miles
northwest of Pickens; 40 acres in cultivation, 22 ot which is
fine bottom land. One 5-room dwelling and tenant house; 20
acres in pasture. This is something fine and the price is reasonable,
everything considered. $3,500. Can arrange terms.
NO. C>2. 11 acres, 2.1 miles from Six Mile Church, on
Seneca road; 20 acres in cultivation; ft-room house, outbuildings.
This place lies well and is one of the best
bargains at the price that 1 have on my list. .$1,000 for
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for some one is going to to get si nice little home at a
bargain right liere.
No. OJl. 100 acres, (> miles from Pickens; live-room
dwelling, large barn; 15 acres in cultivation, 20 in pasture.
This is in a section where land is going up rapidly.
Step lively if you want it at $J12 per acre.
No. <>4. New 4-rooin house; 14 acres in cultivation, i)
of which is good bottom land; mile from church and
school, 0 miles from town. Price $27.50 per acre.
No. (>;"?. 50 acres adjoining No. (>1. New 4-room house;
1. acres cleared on this tract. These two tracts would
make an ideal place where two parties want small farms
close together and the terms on these places would surprise
you. This one is #27.50.
; o. <>C>. ()2 acres 4 i-2 miles south of Bell Shoal and
'Camp Ground road; 40 acres in good state of cultivation;
good small house, one tenant house; line orchard. This
land lies well and is one of the most desirable places in
this section. This is known as the Kennemore place,
near Mr. W. C. Seaborn's. See me at once if you want
n, ior it win not do 011 trio market long at the price and
tonus I can make, yon. Your move!
No. (>7. 120 acres; 1 miles from Easley; 7.r> acres in
cultivation, balance in pasture and woodland: three good
tenant houses with well and outbuildings at each house.
A good opportunity for any one looking for an investment
or a home. Could trade you this for a small place.
Price #r>0 per acre.
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