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City of Waycross,
This certifies that I have known Mr. G.
W. Deen for a number of years and have
every confidence in his business ability,
honesty and integrity, lie would not know
ingly misrepresent anything. Mr. Deen is
Vice President of the First National Bank
of "Waycross and State Senator from this
(Signed) !A. M. KNIGHT, Mayor.
Senator George W. Deen, of Waycross, Ga., in his ambition to develop the
wonderful and unexcelled resources of theSouth (particularly South Georgia)
is offering a heretofore unheard of opportunity on a basis that will enable any
one, even though he be employed at a nominal salary, to own a
Deenwood Farms are in the very heart of the South Georgia country, and are
the absolute type of the section. For these and many other reasons you will
fall in love with Deenwood Farms, and if ever you hope to own a home we can
think of no other section, no other community, and no other time to fit to
bring you full contentment as Deenwood Farms, and
TME TEIVilE IS NOW
Mr. Geo. "V. Dcen, Waycross, Ga.:
Dear Sir Jn reply to yours of the 17th
instant requesting my views on peach cul
ture in this section, will say, that I do Jiot
believe that there is a better peach section
in the state than this. We are six to ten
days ahead of the Middle Georgia crop,
and are 12 hours nearer the Northern
markets. In my opinion, this is an ideal
peach country. 1 am exacting 10,000
crates from my four-year-old orchard next
year. Yours very truly,
Price and Terms
The uniform price of Deenwood
farms is $20.00 an acre and $2.50 an
acre additional for road fund, this to
he used solely for road purposes. The
terms are $1.00 an acre cash and 50
cents an acre per month until paid for.
10-acre farm, $10 cash and $5 a
20-acre farm, $20 cash and $10 a
40-acre farm, $40 cash and $20 a
month. ...... ',
No person will he allowed to buy
over forty acres. He may buy addi
tional farms for members of his fam
ily or friends, next to his own or else
where, but cannot buy more than forty
acres for himself.
Only a Limited Num
ber Will Be Sold
. Deenwood farms will never
be a drug on the market. In
this sale only a limited number
will be sold, and if you want
one it will be necessary , to act
quickly. Three hundred ten
acre, 150 twenty-acre and 75
forty-acre farms are all that
are offered in this sale. It will
not take long to sell these, and
then the price will go up. Can
you understand that 250 per
sons owning land m Deenwood
farms will make it more valuable than
with one person owning it? . More than
pfty have been sold the first week.
Nov. 18, 1909.
Deen Realty and Improvement Co.,
In answer to your inquiry ns to my cit
izenship in Waycross, beg to say I have
been a citizen of Waycross for about 20
years. I came from Pennsylvania.
I have been well pleased here, and have
found the weather pleasant and the people
agreeable. The opportunities and resources
are much greater here, I consider, than in
I do not hesitate to recommend this cli
mate and your farm lands to people in my
native state, or other states of the North
and West, where winters are cold and the
seasons for production so short.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) D. B. FINN.
A VELVET BEAN PATCH "ON A DEENWOOD FARM.
These farms will produce almost any vegetable and fruit that grows elsewhere. One of the largest nenoh
growers in North Georgia now has a three-year -old peach orchard within seven miles of Waycross, from which he
expects to gather a large crop next spring. He finds that he can market peaches in South Georgia ouo'week.to
ten days earlier than the North Georgia farmers--n great advantage, worthy of serious consideration. These
farms will produce, as we have letters from reliable farmers to show, 400 pounds of sea island cotton per acre,
500 pounds of upland cotton per acre, 75 to 100 bushels of corn, 250 to 400 bushels of sweet potatoes, 500 to 750 gal
lons of cane syrup, three to four tons of peavine hay, four to six tons of velvet bean hay and 40 to 50 bushels of
oats per acre. Besides a crop of oats, an additional crop of either corn, cotton or hay may be produced on the
same ground the same year. Beef, pork, mutton, poultry and eggs are in great demand locally, all'of which are
easily and economically raised in this section.
CLIMATE AND HE ALTH CONDITIONS.
The climate of the South Georgia country is one of its chief charms; while it has the beneficent infulences of
both zones it has the detracting elements of neither. The aged and decrepit of both the North and South find
congenial conditions here which they can't find elsewhere it is neither too hot nor too cold, and the loamy soil
harbors nothing that produces germs. It is too porous to raise the poisonous mosquito, for water can never, stand
long enough to stagnate.
WE WANT YOU WITH US.
So don't hesitate to ask for further information, outlining in detail this opportunity of a lifetime, the like of
which, will never be presented to you again.
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FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY
TOMORROW IT MAY BE TOO LATE
Nov. IS, 1909.
Deen Realty and Improvement Co.,
Waycross, Ga. v
In answer to your inquiry, beg to state
that I have lived in Waycross and Ware
county for the past thirty years. I left my
native state of New Jersey in 1879, 1 have
raised a large family here, and wouldn't
think of exchanging my residence here for
one in the North. .
The land here is more productive, and
the climate more agreeable than that of the
North. Yours very truly,
(Signed) II. MURPHY.
ur Iron Glad Guarantee
I personally guarantee the land advertised by the DEEN REALTY AND IMPROVE
MENT COMPANY to be exactly as represented. I personally guarantee to any purchaser
a warranty deed, free and clear of every incumbrance, upon the fulfillment of every con
tract. I personally guarantee to refund all money to purchasers who are not satisfied, in
accordance with our contract.
G. W. DEEH, President
EEM REALTY & INVESTMENT COMPANY
We have personally investigated this land and believe it to be the best we have ever
seen MASSENGALE ADVERTISING AGENCY, Atlanta, Ga.
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