The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, April 01, 1909, Image 10

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I. L. McOORKLE, Secretary
Nebraska Land Company
OFFICE OVER ALLIANCE
NATIONAL BANK
Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska
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Wonderful Opportunities for Investors
TO ATTRACT THE ATTENTION OF INVESTORS AND HOMESEEKERS, WE INTRODUCE AN ILLUSTRATIVE DIAGRAM OF WHAT WE CALL THE
"TliGei of DFortvm.e. yet let no one associate our business with a game of chance, there is no gamble in our
METHODS YOU TAKE NO CHACE AVITH US. WE DEAL IN DIRT BUT WE NEVER MADE OR SOUGHT TO MAKE A DIRTY DOLLAR.
EVERY INVESTMENT IS A SURE WINNER NO PATRONS OF OURS EVER LOST OUT.
Look at the- Wheel below. At No. 8 on the left is shown the average value for an investment. Our wheel, like Time, 'never turns backward; forward with constantly
accelerated force and speed it goes, and $1600 grows to $2000 a clean up of $400. Take No. 11:' Your money is in the whirl; you invested $2800, you pull out $3200.
Investment in
Box Butte
County lands
solid as rock.
Certain as the
rising and set
ting of the sun
Raw lands
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and improved
farms, b i g
ranches a n d
little ranches
One Hundred
T h ousand
acres.
Sales for part
cash and ex
tremely easy
terms for balances.
Fixed annual
income to
homeseek e r s
from Insured
Crops under
contract guar
a n t e e d by
paid-up capi
tal of $40, 000.
Ask for plan.
More than
two hundred
farms sold in
last two years
Reward in
cash to any
person finding
one dissatis
fied customer
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Investment in
Box Butte
County lands
vastly profit
able. Solid
p r e. s e n t
growth and
assured future
Dependabl e -ness
of rain
fall. Favor
ableness o f
climate. Fer
tility and Pro
ductiveness of
soil.
Reliable and
growing mar
kets. Trans
portation fa
cilities unex
celled.
As . great
yields as else
where from
lands costing
five times as
much, of corn,
wheat, speltz,
alfalfa,, sugar
beets, oats,
hay, potatoes.
Un surpassed
in any part of
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Investors will readily catch the idea. The first glance at the wheel shows the principle. You decide for yourself the amount of money you put in; you have your own say
as to when to take it out. Your dividend will be 25, 40, 60, 75 or 100 percent the longer your money stays the greater your gain. You are "the architect of your own fortune.''
The manager of the Nebraska Land Company has lived in Box Butte County for twenty-three years. No man knows the country better. He is up-to-date on the value of
every quarter section. He has bought lands and sold lands for his neighbors and friends, and placed investments and found homes for hundreds from other states and coun
tries. The experience of all our patrons has been the same all have done well and are eminently satisfied. The facts as to the opportunities in Box Butte County are an
unbroken succession of surprising revelations. You can drive a a hundred miles without crossing a bridge or a culvert. A 24-gang steam plow can start on one side of our
Box Butte County and, for all of the lay of the land, can pull clear across to the opposite boundary line without lifting out of the ground; yet, our land is not fiat,
but is everywhere tipped enough to provide thorough drainage in some, direction, In all our statements we guarantee the truth of every word.
the United
States in Ani
mal Products;
Wool, Butter
and Eggs,
Beef, Horses
and Hogs
ALLIANCE, our county seat, has a population of nearly six thousand. It has the second best depot on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy system; the cost of construction of
this building was $100,000. A pay-roll of $6o, 000 a month goes to the railroad employes at this point. Our school facilities are unsurpassed the enrollment in the public
schools is about 1000; the new high school building cost $30,000. We have here St. Agnes' Academy and a fine Junior State Normal Schook Good Churches of all denomina
tions. The county has no indebtedness and has property values approximating Six Million -Dollars. We cheerfully and promptly answer all inquiries. Correspondence solicited
from all who desire information. Applv to our Local Agent, or address
NEBRASKA LAND CO.
Alliance National Bank Building
Alliance, Nebraska
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