W. J. Eillott has a dam by a mill site, but no mill b a dam site, 188 acres, one mile from Barrs, three miles from Lexington. One mile to graded school, 200 yards to Lutheran church. On the same stream which runs George’s excellent flour mills; the same steam generates electricity for Lexington, estimated 50 h. p. Nine room dwelling. Large barn and outbuildings, 2,000 turpentine boxes, 100,000 feet long leaf. Level land, Price, $4,500. Terms. Another dam site with 20 acre pond, but no mill. Near Horrell Hill, on two sides road, 15 miles from Columbia, five room cottage, two tenant houses, Price $7,500. Some land will make bale per acre. I have 400 acres in as high state of cultivation as any in South Carolina; with modern conveniences, Can’t describe this in print. Write me about it. 117 acres near Killian, $27.50 per acre. Get particulars, 391 acres five miles from Blackstock; three tenant houses, two branches; present rent 2,325 pounds lint. Price $22.50 per acre. 1,000 acres, two miles from York. Five tenant houses, 1920 rent at present price of cotton, $6,000. 255 acres, ten miles from 10 miles from Blaney, $3,500, a bargain. Three houses, 1821 Marion street, 6 rooms, $7250;; 2828 Blossom street, Shandon, 7 rooms, one block from car line, $6,500; 7 room house on car line, All improvements except gas, price $7,000. To lend on improved farms, or city property, $130,000. Want your farm sold? See me, W. J. Elliott, 304 Palmetto Building.

March 29, 1920  State (published as The State)  Columbia, South Carolina
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