News from The Standard and Express

The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
August 15, 1872, page 2
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220 acres of land at the head of Oothcalooga Valley, in Bartow county, three miles from Adairsville.

There are about 150 acres cleared, the balance in timber.  The place is well adapted to the cereals or grasses.  There is a bold, clear and cold lime-stone spring near the dwelling, which is a one story house, with three rooms, two tenant houses, and other out-buildings on the place.  For further particulars, call on or address T. M. Layton or J. G. McReynolds, executors.


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