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On Monday, January 6th, 1908, within the legal hours of Sr le, in front of the Walhalla Oourt Ho^ge Door,
^jsre will sell to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, Tyv?jft?rtf?wV Traces of'ifift? Rsst
Farming L,fend in Oconee Cqunty>
These Tracts rango from 27 to 175 acres respectively,
as shown on tho accompanying map. Tho original tract
contained 2,0fil acros, and has recently boon divided into
said smallor tracts, lying on Stamp Crook and Corn-Housi
Crock, waters of Little Rivor, adjoining lands of Joshua
Barker, John L. Smith, W. E. Niramons, Harrison Smith,
M. A. Moss, tho Ross place, and other lands.
Tracts Nos. 2, 5, 9, ll, 13, 16, 17 and 20 contain bot
tom lands and uplands already in good stato of cultivation,
with comfortable dwelling housos and outbuildings there
on ; tho remaining tracts aro woodland. The ontiro tract
has boon known for many years as tho Sitton placo, and
noted for tho richness of its soil and tho largo yiold per
aero of crops of corn, cotton and small grain. Thoso lands
lio from oight to ton milos from Walhalla, three miles
from Salem, and twelve milos from Sonoca. Two public
roads run through tho place, one R. F. D. route, good
churches and schools accessible Any porson dosiring a
homo, or good lands, ha3 hero an opportunity of making
a paying investment and getting some of tho finest farming
land in Oconee County.
Consult tho map, go and soo the lands, and bo con
vinced for yourself. Mako your own selection, and como
to Walhalla Court House on the day of sale, and make a
purchase which you will never regrot.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third cash on tho day of salo, and balance on a
credit of one and two years, with interest from date at tho
rate of oight per cont, per annum, payable annually, credit
portion to be secured by bond of the purchaser and mort
gago of tho premises, with leave to the purchaser to antici
pate payment. Purchaser to pay 90 oxtra for papers.
JAMES H. DARBY,
WALHALLA, S. C.
ANDERSON, S. C.