70 acres of land right in the heart of the town of Lexington, with nice dwelling that would coat $3,00 to build now. Also good barn and stables. In fact, all necessary outbuilding. 40 acres in good state of cultivation. The trolley line that has been surveyed to run from Augusta to Columbia will run through the place, priced only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000
An improved place with 104 acres on public road, eight miles from Columbia; 35 acres in cultivation, balance in woods and timer; price $1,000 Party will give possession February 1.
20-acres of land in the center of the town of Cayce at a bargain, near where the Seaboard recently purchased for their new shops.
500 acres of land nine miles from Columbia on Southern road to Augusta, from 1-4 to 2 miles from railroad, about 150 acres open land, balance long-left pine, oak and second growth timber, enough to cut over one million feet of lumber. Will also cut between three and five thousand cords of wood; price $12.50 per acre.
Eighteen houses and lot for $7,500.00
Rent for $1,200.00 a year.
Four houses and lot for $2,100.00 and room enough to build two more houses; rents now for $288.00 a year.
Nice dwelling and large lot of Richland street, 1300 block, $2,500.00
65 acres of land three miles from the State house on Two-Notch road on easy terms. 600 acres of land on new Southern Road, three miles of Edmunds; 500 acres long leaf pine, balance short leaf; price, per acre . . . . . . . . . $10.00
550 acres of land, 17 miles from Columbia, five miles from Blaneys, on Seaboard road; has some long leaf pine, balance oak; branch through it: price, per acre . . . . . . . $2.00
Half cash, balance on one, two and three years time.
J. F. Mobley,
1507 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
February 10, 1907 State (published as The State) Columbia, South Carolina Advertisement Issue 5724 Page 23