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. Polk's real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada. Blue Ridge. The winters areshort and temperate, seldom of more than eight weeks, and the summers, thoughlong, are not hot or enervating, being tempered in the east by the vicinity of theocean, and in the west by the elevation. The mean annual temperature rangesfrom 60 degrees in the north to 67 degrees in the south, and the average annualrainfall is about 45 inches. Throughout the entire state the soil is of great fertility. The swamps, whendrained, produce enormous crops, the pine lands are adapted to the cultiva-tio

. Polk's real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada. Blue Ridge. The winters areshort and temperate, seldom of more than eight weeks, and the summers, thoughlong, are not hot or enervating, being tempered in the east by the vicinity of theocean, and in the west by the elevation. The mean annual temperature rangesfrom 60 degrees in the north to 67 degrees in the south, and the average annualrainfall is about 45 inches. Throughout the entire state the soil is of great fertility. The swamps, whendrained, produce enormous crops, the pine lands are adapted to the cultiva-tio Stock Photo
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. Polk's real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada. Blue Ridge. The winters areshort and temperate, seldom of more than eight weeks, and the summers, thoughlong, are not hot or enervating, being tempered in the east by the vicinity of theocean, and in the west by the elevation. The mean annual temperature rangesfrom 60 degrees in the north to 67 degrees in the south, and the average annualrainfall is about 45 inches. Throughout the entire state the soil is of great fertility. The swamps, whendrained, produce enormous crops, the pine lands are adapted to the cultiva-tion of fruits and vegetables, and the remainder of the state to cotton, tobacco,rice, corn, etc. Gold has been found in several parts of the state. Excellent ironores in large deposits occur. Other minerals are copper, lead, graphite, man- C. N. McILVAINE Investment Broker r f& O p P _ CP IS | & © ml8* Co- PI re, S <• & City PropertyFARM LANDS HURON, BEADLE CO., Soutii Dakota ttiSK *. TULARE COUNTY and KERN COUNTY in*he Famous San JoaquinValley, CALIFORNIA. LANDS 1552 South Carolina (1911) POLKS REAL. ESTATE REGISTER South Carolina g-anese, asbestos, etc. Limestone, the most beautiful and extensive granite veins,also rubies, tourmaline, beryl, amethyst and numerous other stones, porcelainclays, phosphate, marls, etc., abound. The forests are especially heavly in themountain section and in the low counties near the coast. The wood of commerceis principally pine and cypress. The lower tier of counties produce long-leaf pineand cypress, the second tier of counties furnish principally oak, hickory, poplarand gums, and the mountain district short-leaf pine. The lumber industry repre-sents an annual output of over $12,000,000. The three principal streams are theSavannah, the Santee and the Pee Dee. The rivers are divided into two classes,those which rise in the mountains and those which rise in the lakes and swampsof the border land between the Piedmont and the coast. Th