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SIXTY-FIVE BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS WILL BE SOLD ON
Monday, Feb. 6th, 1911
AT 11 A. M.
This Property is Known as the Taylor Place.
This Fine Tract has been divided into 65 Beautiful Residence Lots that cannot be equaled in value
anywhere in Laurens. They are situated within five minutes walk of the Public Square, at a con=
venient and agreeable distance from the new Passenger Station, land that is not too level nor too rolling"
but just exactly right for building, in a stones throw of the famous Lucas Mineral Springs, and right on
the Hain Street of prosperous Laurens.
YOU CANNOT AFFORD to miss this opportunity of reaping a rich reward by purchasing several of
these lots. This is a strictly business proposition. Dont get it into your head that we are trying to sell
you country lots for City property. This is City dirt and you have access to the City's Electric Lights,
Water Works and other conveniences.
Every Lot a Front Lot.
Every Lot a Front Lot, and each faces a fine 40-ft Street. We invite every business man and every
lady in Laurens to carefully inspect this property. An opportunity like this will never occur again
as this is the only remaining large tract of land left unsold within the city limits.
Come out whether you buy or not, you will enjoy the magnificent music from an excellent band
furnished by Penny Bros, the twin auctioneers, Remember that the day is Monday, February 6th, and
the TERMS MADE EASY.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
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