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AUCTION SALE OF FINE FARMING LAND
On Monday, January 6th, 1908, within the legal hours of Sale, in front of the Walhalla Court House Door,
we will sell to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, Twenty-Four Tracts of ?Ke Best
Farming Land in Oconee Couinfy.
3^ 2 4 ??ctt.
TinM> Tracts range from *.!7 (<> IV.*) acres respectively,
iw nhuwn on tho accompanying map. Tho original tract
contained '.'.i''"! acres, und has recently boon divided into
said '.maller tracts, lying Ol) SilUUp ('rook ftiul Corn House
Crook, waler- of Ludo Kivor, adjoining 1 :in?N ol' Joshua
Markov, John I, Sunlit, W . R, Minutions, Harrison Smith,
M \ Mo... tho Uoss place, ami other I antis,
Traci* No- ll, ll, 18. 1 <>. 17 ami ?20 contain hot
tom lands and uplands already in good state of cultivation,
with comfortable dwelling houses ami outbuilding? there
in . lite remaining tracts arc Woodland, Thc entire tract
has boen known for many years as tho Silten place, and
noted for thc richness of its soil and tho largo yield por
acre of crops of corn, cotton and small lorain. Those lands
Ho from eight to ten miles from Walhalla, throe milos
from Salem, and twelve miles from Sonoca. Two public
roads run tnrough the place, one M. F. I), route, good
churches and schools accessible. Any person desiring a
homo, or good lands, has hore an opportunity of making
a paying invest incut and getting some of (ho finest farming
land in Oconoe County.
Consult the map, go and seo tho lands, and bo con
vinced for yourself. Make your own selection, and come
to Walhalla Court House on thc day of sale, and mako a
purchase which you will never regret.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third cash on thc day of sale, and balance on a
credit of one and two years, with interest from dato at tho
rate of eight per cont, per annum, payable annually, credit
portion to be secured by bond of ?the purchaser and mort
gage of the premisos, with loavo to tho purchaser to antici
pate payment. Purchaser to pay $3 extra for papors.
JAMES H. DARBY,
WALHALLA, S. C.
ANDERSON, S. C.