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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1959)
Approximately 12,000 acres of the SAULTS RANCH to be held
TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1959
111:00 A. M. Central Standard Time At the Old Courthouse I
Land located about 40 miles Southeast of Gordon, or 30 miles South of Merriman, in Cherry County
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| Land will be offered in tracts to suit bidders and as a whole. Highest
totals for all land from highest bidder or bidders will determine buyers, sub
ject to confirmation by District Court.
Terms: 15% down on sale date, balance on confirmation. Possession
i on confirmation. 1958 taxes paid.
For further information inquire of:
Box 67, Phone 123
Sale includes most of the wet hay meadow and majority of the range
land on this 20,000 acre balanced Sandhill ranch. Well watered by mills and
TWO SETS OF BUILDINGS:
Main set on SW’A, Sec. 14, Twp. 29, R. 37, (In Arkansas Valley) com
pletely adequate, includes 4 bedroom modern house, 2 bedroom frame cook j
house, 3 bedroom frame bunkhouse, barn, granary, steel quonset shop, 2
garages, galvanized steel cake house, coal house, metal calving shed, and
adequate yards and corrals.
Second set: House, barn, small buildings and corrals on SE!4, Sec. 21,
Twp. 29, R. 37, (In James Valley).
More than 2,000 acres of wet hay in the Arkansas, James and Gordon
Creek Valleys, plus other hay ground produces over 2500 tons annually.
Good protection from high ranges of well covered hills between valleys
running East and West approximately every mile for the 10 miles from the
Snake River on the North to the Gordon Valley on the South. The three wet j
hay valleys in the South and Southwest part of the land mapped below:
School house located at main Ranch Buildings.
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