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I?AHWS-&rfr fcn4lM .ESTATE
CITV I'HOI'K.RTV KOK 9 A LK.
See u f.r desirable lot In Dundee. Only two nf those 7u0 lot left, with Oees
cement walks and wwrr, located on Webster Ft., between Blst and Kd; also some .0
lot on car line. Terms, ! rash, balance 10 a month.
14 oOO 7-room. two-story, strictly modern house, with reception hall, practically new.
oak finish first floor, combination electric light and gas fixture. Hue soum
16 7S0 Kroorn'0strlclly modern, two-story house, with reception hall. First consists
of living rpom, dining room, den and kitchen. Four attractive bed rooms sec
ond floor Large, light basement, with laundry and furnace room. First-class
hot water heating plant. tjuarter-sawed oak finish throughout. Decorated.
Large south front lot, 100x135, located on Capitol Ave., near 49th. Investigate
r, 760 ?0-room', two-slorv, frame house, first-class condition, strictly modern, not
water heat. Built by owner for a home. Selected hardwoods used throughout.
Orounds 100x1 feet, fronting south. One of the most attractive, houses in
the highest and most sightly part of Dundee at a price that Is reasonable.
17 500 for a wi-ll constructed, eight-room modern house, oak finish, tile bath room,
hot water heat, new and up-to-date, near 25th and Cass. Lot, 6xll6.
I,S00 OT20 Harney St., new, well bul.t, two-story, modern house, quatter-f awed oak
finish. Birch finish second floor. Investigate at once.
$17 BOO Exceptionally well constructed double brick, nine rooms each, quarter-sawed
oak finish and floors, tiled bath rooms and vestibules. Hot water heat.
Best plumbing. New and ready for occupancy. On Cass, near 26th St.
$30 per front foot for lots (1.1X116 feet, north fronts on Cass St., between Ath ana
Kth. Paving paid.
$06 per front foot for south front lots. CtixUi feet. In same location, corners ex
cepted. WEST FARNAM RESIDENCES
$10 000--room, all modern residence, location on 3!th St.. near Davenport. Fast
front. Kast and south exposure. Oak finish f.rst floor. Reasonao.e terms.
6,000 K-room, two-story, modern house, excellent repair, decorated throughout, oak
finish, located near 'turner Park, on boulevard.
$ 1,100 4094 feet, south front on Dewey
$ 2 JOO47 x7V feet, north front on Farnam
$ 2.700-04x132, south front, on Davenport St.,
, ..... - . . . . ...... A.4 nifiat
6, OUX1.1Z rtlKl IIUIII. di.cvi,
$ 3 600 HHxkx feet, near 37th and Jone. West
$ 4,600 60x182 feet, north front on Farnam
George & Company,
TO COUNTR Y
Eaat front, 9-room house, all modern,
has a first-class hot water heating plant,
good barn, with room for five horses; lot
14x120 ft.; room on lot for another house.
Will accept reasonable cash payment and
'terms on balance can be arranged to suit
purchaser. Inquire or address owner at
15U N. 26th St.
H, I Hughes
Finest home site in Omaha front
ing east on Park, 62.5x245 feet, Bur
rounded by fine homes. Price only
,W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St.
Tels.: Doug. r064; Ind. A-1064.
JUST A SAMPLE
$i00 Five rooms, modern but furnace.
13d and Seward Sts. Terms.
$3,200 Seven rooms, strictly modern, nice
lawn, beautiful shade trees. 24th and
14,000 Seven rooms and half, strictly
modern, corner lot. Bemla Park.
$4,000 Seven rooms, strictly modern
home. Kountze Place.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
Brandels Bldg. Phone Douglas 3382.
Four houses at the southeast corner of
26lh and Burdetle; nil In good condition,
for $t.200. The houses are now rentevfor
$5450 per month. One bus 0 rooms and
three 5 rooms, each; with toilet, water,
Has and aewer connection.
A. P. Tukey & Son
'I'll me Doug 2181. 444-44J Bd. of Trade Bids.
Next First National, on Farnam.
Harrison & Morton
84x400 feet, with trackage, three
houses now on one end. This Is the
cheapest close-In trackage in Omaha;
worth $6,000. Widowed owner will
sell now for- $3,500. Quick.
J. W. RASP CO.,
689 91 Urandpis Bldg.
NKAK HANSCOM PARK.
New, strictly modem house; first story
has large front porch, teceptlou hall, par
lor, beam colling In dining room and
den: oak finish, both kitchen and panliy
cabinets; second floor. 6 bedrooms, S
t'loselH, canine and medicine case In bath
room; easy stairs to attic, back stairs,
large, light basement, with laundry; lot.
71x140, east front. See If you can dupli
cate thla in Omaha for the price. 230 S.
33d St., south of Martha. Terms.
NEW HOME ONLY $3,000
Owner removing from city offfri hli
fine 7-room. fu'ly niod-rn house, ait iau!
at 9073 8. HUh St , at the above (.rice fo;- u
W. FARNAM SMITH & CX).,
1" Farnam St.
Tel. Doug. 10G4; Ind.. A 10i'. . .
W EST FA li N A M - $7..r( )( r
An excellent S-r.'oin strictly a'l modern
home near cornr of J6lh and Harney, one
of the beat streets In Omaha; liaa hard
wood finish, two fireplaces. Do you want
(Mover Realty Syndicate,
Ground Floor N. Y. IJfe Doug.
IM'NDKK HOME Let us tll you abou;
a swell I-room house we offer, li s a snap
and worth more than we ask for It. Call
Doug'aa IliA Hel N. Y. FJf
FOR 8ALK-One 7-room modem house.
fth barn: a terrain at S3.S0& . W. Bock,
&M N. J,h 01.. South Omaha.
CITV PHOPbRTY FOlt SAI.K
Ave., 80 feet west of 25th Ave. Paved
St., Just east of 40th.
near 24th. Paving raid.
U:, 1.' n .-o . . .1 1 ....-.. I
ll "PI Jdiiifa.n uinui..
St., 190 feet west of 33d St.
1601 Farnam Street
Telephone Douglas 768'
Planned and built (by day's labor), su
perintended by owner and architect and
built for a life long Investment; must be
sold as owner is leaving the city.
The location is the best in Omaha, con
venient to business center, yet in the
choicest residence district.
You can buy this building at cost, thereby
saving all the trouble of building; also tho
Income for the time it would take to build.
It would be impossible to try to tell you
of the many conveniences installed for the
comfort of the tenants, but if you want a
permanent investment which will pay you
It per cent interest net, call at our office
or write for full patrlculars.
HASTINGS & IIEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
Harney, near 18th.
Harrison & Morton
Drop In Vacant Lot
One of the finest vacant corners In
the Walnut Hill district cheap for cash
If sold this week. Price $1,350.
W. H. Wilbur
Room 36, Fidelity and Casualty BIdg.
'Phone Doug. 1381. 12th & Farnam.
Fine Residence Lots
16th and Center
49x113 east front of 16th St.. Just south
of Center St. On grade ana all Improve
ments in. Have just sold 3 out of the 4
17TII AND CENTER
Four lots, two 47-fl. fronts, two 42-ft.
fronts, west front on 17th St., Just south
of the alley between Center and Cedar Sts.,
all on grade.
For further particulars about these lots
The Byron Reed Co.
212 S. 14:h.
'Phones Doug. 2i. A-3S34.
If you are considering buying a
home site either in the Hanscom Park
or Field Club districts, you should at
once secure a plat of this fine addi
tion, bur prices are low. All street
improvements are In and paid. Call
Douglas 1064 and make an appoint
ment tt see these desirable lot3.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1020 Farnam St.
Lots Within Walking
Distance $10 Cash,
$10 a Month
lu Shull's addition, on 21st and 2l!d
Sts.; only 12 minutes' walk from 16th
and Harney; best bargains in Omuha;
cement sidewalks, water and sewer all
in; 22d St. la paved and paving paid.
I'rlce $500 to $800' each.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney St.
s x-i oom hoi'Ke a -d four g iod lots, nur
"(iih and Camden Ave.; cistern, barn: o.nv
"in- block from cur: fruit; IM.tOO.
I ilo-riim house and four good lots: In
terior f.ii's.i Lateral pir.e. furnace electric
I gut .toil 't. tvn.ern. city atr. barn, two
blocks froi. i car; nhnit 40 fnili lives. On
lu.liva.y A.e.. BENSON; $.STA
PERRINE & WOLCOTT,
BEST BCV IN OMAHA.
IHQ encli feir :iul and Ml .o. o3d St.
jnicdtr:i. ax rooms aid reception ha
. ba. ement: c unblnation fixtuion; navrd
stret; taxes all paid. Shown by appoint
ment. Harney 4jfit -
STRICTLY modern 6-rootn house, paved
street, cement walks and driveway and
nice garage; prU ilglit; eai-y terms. Call
on owner, J. H. ulseen, 770 Brandels Bldg.,
Tel. Doug. 13SS.
XV. U. JfcN'SEN. builds hemee light; plaa
lutaiabeU. Kpailu.c Ttt Wsft. M
CITY PltOt-auttT Y KOK SALE
West Farnam Homes
$ 6.250 Buys a very well built 7-room thor
oughly modern home near 34th nnd
Dewey. Kine oak finish. South front
If you want a good 10-room all
modern home we would like to offer
you this one. Fine lot in choice dis
trict. $12,500 for a new 10-room thoroughly
modern home, overlooking pretty
$12,500 10-room modern house on Sid Ave.
near Dodge St., has 6 bed rooms.
Kast front lot.
$25,000 For fine brick house just completed.
In best part nf West Farnam dis
trict. Owner leaving city.
67x135 ft. east front on 32d near Dodge
St. Only choice lot left east of 40th St.
fSxllO ft. on 41st near Davenport St.,
62x240 ft. on SSth near Davenport St.,
14 xll2 Ft. cor 37th and Marcy, very fine.
Field Club Homes
On one of the bet streets In this choice
district we have a fine 8-room thoroughly
modern home. bulge living room, with
fine fireplace, 4 good bedrooms, beside
fine sleeping porch. Good lot Just 1
block to Field club.
Near the above we are offering another
good home with fine lot. Owner would
take good farm In trade.
$ 6,500 For a new 8-room all modern house,
finished in oak, 4 bedrooms, hot
$ 6,000 Buys a good S-room house on 37th
St. Just north of Field club grounds.
I-arge east front lot 100x140 ft.
$ 5,000 For a new 7-room all modern house,
oak finish, corner lots, paving paid,
1 block to car line. A good buy.
$ 5,250 For a fine 6-room 2 story house In
Dundee. Living room 15x26 ft., with
fire place, l.arge veranda 10x26 ft.
If Interested in any of the above
call E. W. Stoltenberg, D. 1510.
436 Board of Trade Bids.'
$ 500 Two very nice south front lots on
- unwtBii ioin ana iin.
one block from car. Will make
$ 600 For three lots and a half in Walnut
Hill .,..l.. .. -. . .
. .... man iui, vile ui llieill VCiy gOOO,
$ 800 Corner lot In Dundee, on grade and
two blocks from car. Sewer, water
and gas in street
$1,000 For choice south front lots on cat
line In Dundee. All Improvements in
$1,750 For two very desirable lots In Dun
dee, half block from car, all im
provements in street; permanent
walk and shade.
$2,600 For Northeast corner of 49th and
. California in Dundee, 100x128; water,
sewer and gas In street; permanent
walk and fine shade. This Is one
of the best corners now on the mar
ket In Dundee.
PETERS TRUST CO., ,
N. Y. Life Bldg.
$3,000. VERY' EASY TERMS
Very attractive home north part of city';
large living room with beamed ceiling, t re
place, bulli-ln book cased and wlndov seat,
dining room with beamed ceiling, bulli-ln
buftei, kitchen with cabinet bulii-ln. two
bed rooms and bath; also open air sleeping
roi m. All cypress flnlsu, oak floors
throughout, line fixture, cement walks,
hot water heat, walls decorated. South
frmt on large lot. This is a REAL.
BUNGALOW, priced ltlOMT at $1,000.
THE ABBOTT REALTY CO.,
411-415 Brandels Hlrlg.
Carl K. Bolen, Mjr, Doug. 3905.
We have Just listed three very nice cot
tages on No. lsth. Just south of Clark, mod
ern except heat, always rented, paying $56
a month: for quick sale, $J,2J0. $2,000 cash
We have two St. Louis flats, new and
well located, always occupied at $1,224 a
year; can sell for $9,500. paving paid both
sides. We can show you a li per cent net
Glover Realty Syndicate,
Ground Floor N. Y. Life Doug. 3963.
Two 5-room houses with space for 2
rooms on upper floor; Interior finish hard
Pino; electric light and gas. modern except
heat, good cellars. 2712 Miami and 2713
Corby $2.C50 each; $.',00 casli eni:h will h in
die, balance pasv terms. This Is a good
proposition. Look It up today.
PERRINE & WOLCOTT.
332 Paxton Block.
LOCUST ST. LOTS $U00.(X)
Think of a 40-fl. lot on Locust St., wllh
pavement, city water and car passing tne
property, for $G00? That's not all. we will
build you a house to suit. Sightlv, over
looking Carter lake. 1'ai tlcmarly con
venient for railroad men, elevator em
ployes etc. In fact, anv one In the nnr'n
for a snap. Only a block from ltith St.
See our big sign, corner lith and Ljcust.
SHIMER & CHASE CO.,
City and Suburban Property.
COS S. 17lh St. 11 th 'l'nor.ei.'
FOlt SAI.II To good South Dakota re
llnoulshmenlti; will cell singly: cheap for
quick sale: rear loin. William Uoblnson,
ACCOUNT leaving city, owner must sell
modern C-rooin house In liem Park ad
dition, with or without furniture. Come
and see It. Telephone Harney L'.'lUi
BY OWNER, cozy, modern home, five
rooms and larse sleeping porch; walking
distance; good location. Addicts N-24U, care
S-IIOOM cottage with ollv nater mid
gas, lot Mx'JO. 141G N. ;itli St.
K A It 11 AM ll!VC1l LAX 1) foil ALU
A rka -
FOR HALF. 'i ati es. house, barn and
vpriiig: soice frui': good U:.:. ..: tr l
liom Wli kes: a mD at $U'CJ i .T acre.
10-acre tiactx $io acne, part cui.i. bal
ance moii m: . : g t a in"'
IHDGWAY. Wildes. Ark.
p ACRES III county, Arkansas;
f. iced; 4-room hou.-. barn, creek and
p ini; near houue; urohard; acres In
cultivation; will sell or trade. D. K. Fret.
ARKANSAS FARM. 160 ACRES; 1J0 IN
cultivation; dwelling house, ham. orchard,
eic. : price $2,600; temte, or wuuid liaue for
town properly or small Kciui or OkU
litma larin. Box S6. Searcy, Ark.
COME TO THE LAND uf FRUIT,
fine oilmate ani pure water. We have
orchards, grain, t'inber and coal lands. In
five acre to twenty thousand acre tracts;
ome exchanges. Write for price list. B.
F. Henry Co.. BenlonvUle, Ark.
nunk isj i n i l
FARM AMU HAM II l,AM FOR SAI.K
A rksoNAi Cos tinned.
$..0 LAND ONLY $16
1 HAVE UO0 ACHES V1HU1N TIMBEU,
In Sevier County, Arkansas. Two rajlroads
only 2 and 3 miles away; beat quality oak
and hickory; will cut over (t.iO feet to
acre; soil Is rich black bottom land; will
raise 100 bushels corn, a bale of cotton to
the acre or top yield of e- ery suitable crop
when timber In cleared off. The land lies
high above overflow. It's all nmooth and
level. Kvery acre tillable when cleared.
This land will easily sell up to $50 an acre
when cleared and put In cultivation, but
will sell to quick purchaser lor only $16 an
acre, on terms to suit. Timber alone Is
worth more than price asked for both tim
bers; title Is perfect; reason for selling Is
that land is now owned Jointly by parller
who wish ti liquidate. Great opportunity
for man or company to take this over and
develop It. Very few chances like this left
In the country. Write me today for more
Information. Address 11. C. Parmelee, Box
444, Fort Smith. Ark.
80 ACRES Arkansas land $10 per acre; In
Arkansas county, about 8 miles from
Stuttgart, about 4 miles from Goldman; no
buildings; bargain quick; no trades. Thos.
D. Hubbard, Lrle. Kan.
WELL Improved 2,480-acre plantation In
Little Klver county. Ark., valued at $18. .',0
per acre: rents for $d per acre cash; good
terms. Ratllff & Son, Wlntersct, Iowa.
BEAUTIFUL OZARK REGION OF AR
kansas; fertile valleys; rich mountain tops;
good climate; flowing springs; farms all
sizes, all prices. Write J. C. Mitchell &
Co.. Fayettevllle. Ark.
Government lands of the best soil;
good well water, plenty, water for irri
gation. On these lands you can grow
everything. Near Los Angeles.
For particulars call on or address
Hotel . Bouquet.
Buy British Columbia
Fruit Land at $5
Wild land at $2 per acre, improved farms
at to per acre In Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Your last chance for cheap land. I have
hundreds of parties wishing to sell home
steads and wild land. Send $1 and I will
send- you a list of ten names of parties t'rat
have land for sale, and If you fall to make
a purchase I will send you another list of
ten names free. I know all of this countrv
and will give you all the information as to
location and soil. Be sure and write vour
name and address pla.n.
KAMLOOP, B. C.
SIXTY THOUSAND acres, rich western
Canada soil. $10.50 per acre en block, enough
said. American Ralty Exchange, Ltd.,
STAMPEDE IS ON TO FORT GEORGE
to buy choice farm lands along Grand
Trunk Pacific railway in Central British
Columbia. We are selling choice Fort
George lands on cash payment of $3 per
acre balance easy terms. Write for book
let. North Coast Land company, Ltd.,
Winch building, Vancouver, B. C
480 ACP.ES of timber land. 200 acres will
make fine app.e orchard; income from the
start; must sell, quick. Write me today.
C. S. Butterfleld. Colton, Cal.
BEST orchard and farm land in Arkan
sas valley closo to rallroud and market for
$15 per acre cash. Water rights for stun a
at $76 per acre In twenty equal annual pay
ments. This land Is- going fast and will
double l:s value in a very short time.
Write W. R. Stover, care of Elks' club,
RANCHES of all kinds for sale, from
lull acres up to ."i.ooo acren, at the best bar
gains or any land offered In Colorado.
Write or call on Tne R4Uy-Rex Real Es
tate Co., Kiowa, Colo.
IN ROUTT COUXTV
To secure good farmers, we tell you how
to locate 100 acres of fine government lund
In Routt county, on Moffat road, tDe.iver
Northwestern & Pacific Hallway). Bi
crops, pure water, good soil, fine climate
and markets. Fine openings for Invest
ments and business. We have no land to
tell. It's absolutely free from the govern
ment. Law allows you to return home for
6 months after filing. Write for fire book.
map and full Information that tells how to
get this land free. Address W. F. Jones
General Tiafflo Mnnuger, 730 Majestic
Duuaing. Denver, uoio."
FOR SALE Greatest bargains In eastern
Coioi ado four sections fine farmlmr land
Lincoln county. $G.&0 .1.00 acre ranch, all
rirst class plow, land, Improvements worth
f.OC?, mile railroad town. Elbert count.
only $9 acre two choice half sections near
oenoa, bargains at $7.75 acre five elegant
sections Kit Carson Co.. the best, $7.75
acre '4 Kecuona tine egncuitural land
Lircoln county. $6 acre two A No. 1 sec
tions at x..i6 acre. Terms. Above will all
near ine closest tnspect'oi. Robert Bettes
worth, Cedar Rapids, Ia.
A COUlRADO IRRIGATION INVEST
MENT that wlil double In value In a few
months. You may invest $40 up to not ex-
cecamg iammi if, bankers, lawyers, farm
ers and Investors interested now. Thev
will recommend It to you. We do al' tne
work. No trouble to you. Made $100,000 for
HiorKnoidc.rs last year on O.COO invextment
Sf rd amount you want to Invest and take
K oan in investigate. Every cent re
I 'iHiod on demand If not satisfied. Refer
iiics: nun, rsradnt! eet. 1 nltd Statoa
Nat'l. bank, Denver: International Trut
Co., Denver; Wm Bierliamp. Jr., 210 Ideal
M'di,'., Denver Cclo.
MC. DRAWING FOR 10,000 acres of Irrl-i.-u-d
land to be held et Pd Lion, Colo..
In the South Plait valley. Mav l and
2 Hest sugar bi-et. potato, alfalfa, grain
and vegetable land in the state. Small pay
ment and easy terms. Write for booklet.
Wcttern Irrigation and Colonist company,
1M0 Champa. Denver, Colo.
lOOOO.OnO FEET Georgia timber and 1 S0
acrea good land on Ry. Pries I.H BOO. Other
bargaina. F. K Greene, tb3 N'Nell Bldg .
10.0uu.ou FEET Georgia umber and 1.W0
KA KM AMI HAMH l.tMl KK SAI.K
nnntriA faiimino LANDS FOR
sale at $16 per acre In live-acre tracts and
up. Easy payments.
The above lands of several thousand
acres were selected years ago by deputy
commissioner of the U. S. Department or
Agriculture as the best lands in f lonaa
and which we have recently purchased.
They are located on the S. A. L.. li)..
36 to 45 miles south of Jacksonville, In tne
Lawtey and Slarke district, wnlch are wen
kettled by thrlity truck farmers; wllh an
established me.rket where northern com
mission men pay cash for produce, early
Strawberry snipments from this Immedi
ate territory average between the lt ot
April and the 1st of May about U Armour
refrigerator cars per day. in addition to
strawberries, tntre are shipments of vari
ous kinds of vegetables, potatoes, etc.
In this territory you have the advantage
of churches, schools, telephones and rural
Adjoining our property is tne inmous
Heilbron hpi ing of great curative proper
ties. Other lands around this old spring
are held at $luo an acre. For information
concerning this great medicinal water,
write tne proprietor, W. E. Davis, blame,
Fla., or the undersigned.
If within one year from the date of pur
chaseyour farm does not measure up to
representation, ail payments cheerfully re
funded. We are offering our lands tor a short
time in blocks ot five acres and up at $16
per acre on easy payments.
tor our Business reputation references
Burnett National bank.
The Florida National bank.
Hon. John F. Horr, ti. S. marshal.
President Board ot Trade
Paid salesmen to sell Florida Everglade
land. Immediate possession. Rock road to
land. Nine hundred contracts sold this
year. Write today.
MIAMI EVERGLADE LAND
365 N. Y. Ufa Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
A 112-ACRE farm for sale In a good Ger
man settlement. Hi miles from a good
school and Catholic church; price $50 per
acre. Address J. E. Robbins Ice Plant,
Buy land for less than its value In Idaho.
Hold for a while and DOUBLE YOUR
MONEY. J. C. Beauchamp, an Iowa man.
Is at Twin Falls and la on the Inside. Write
today and tell him how much you can in
vest. Ask for Information. It's FREE.
Beauchamp & Pickett, Twin Falls, Idaho.
Council Valley, Idaho
Ten acre bearing orchards turned over to
you at the end of five years. A fair propo
sition made to you, Insure you an Inde
pendent income; tract set to trees of your
own choosing; cared for and brought into
bearing without effort on your part; choic
est apple land In the world famous Council
valley, where the rich, red apples grow.
For full particulars write
Where the rich, red apples grow.
YOU CAN UAISE POTATOES IN THIS
VALLEY RAISE THEM AND
GET MONEY FOR THEM.
Write to us about this. We have the
most handsomely Illustrated booklet written
about this, TJTE TWIN FALLS TRACT in
Southern Idaho, that has been printed for a
long while. It is mighty informing, too.
IT 18 FREB AND WE WILL SEIND ONE
COPY TO YOU IF YOU WILL JUST
WRITE A POSTAL CARD REQUEST.
J. E. WHITE,
TWIN FALLS. IDAHO.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY
Thla cliy. with ONE-QUARTER MIL
LION DOLLARS' worlli of business build
ings elected unci occupied. is in the
exact center i-f the Souin Side Curry Acl
PtoJ'ct of Southern Idaho. Tune lu room
for 24,000 farmer. Thul nie.ian appreciated.
valu'M, Uwen' t it'.' Buy tlilti lauii now iuiJ
pi of it by this sure rias in value. Wo can
tiuuble your, money lor you. We can
guaruntcc you seven per cent net on your
uvings. Writ" to us and we will tend you
'.'ree of all oost our handsome uo.iklet.
Vim t.-ike no chance. Write today to
BUHL INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Buhl, Idaho. Write light now '.
WHEAT. CORN. ALFALFA.
li.000 uurrx of Improved and unimproved
land, consisting oC choice quarters, halves
and sections located in Gove, Sheridan and
Logan counties, all In good nelgnboriioods,
close tu towns and schools; price Hum JU
to l"0 un acre; reasonable terms; crops
will pay for this l.nu; omnUiiit-H 1 crjp
will do It. Write for p.'iiiuularH n,' omi
and are us. MarlUi Land Company, ,si
Kansas Ave., 'lupeka, Kan.
I'OK SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Two 1.000-acru tracts near Waveny, Kan.
J.'O acres, 6 miles from Topeka; Improved,
lt.u acres, 5 miles from Topeka; Unproved.
StiO acres, near Towner, Colo.; Weil im
proved. Write A. D. Jones &. Co., GOO Kansas Ave.
FINELY IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All rented, paying Mom Ij to 22 per cent
rent. Pent alfalfa In llu world Ey
ti ; ms. If not as represented, u'.ll return
, NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
fJ4 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phono Red I'M.
IF YOU ARB LOOKING FOR. A BAR-
gain In Western Kansas lands write to the
Ureal Western Land and 1 muUsration Cum
I pany, Sharon Spring;, Kan.
FOR KALE 228-acre farm in Cnffev
rounty. Kanrm; I miles east of Hartford;
. 10-room residence; arge oarn; li-aeie or
! chard; first class farm; price 115. Ouo. Owner,
u. i. Brighton, cutteyviiie. Kan.
FOR SALE Cheyenne Co., Kan., 160
acres, good soil, no buildings, fl.l'). J. I.
Caae Threshing Mschlne Co.. Ricliie, Wis.
FOR FALK Genuine Kani-as Bargn'ns
N. W. 18-10-87. Sherman County, 6.J per
acre; also 8. W. 33-1-17. Cheyenne County.
M per acre. Perfect titles. R. Betles
worlli, Cedar Uaplda, la.
FARM l m II l.M KOIl SAI.K
IDAHO OFFERS THIS
OPPORTUNITY TO THE,
MAN WITH MONEY TO
LEND ON APPROVED
You cannot afford to let this Sunday go by with
out writing to us about this GUARANTEED INCOME
OF SEVEN PER CENT. NET. FOR ALL THE MONEY
YOU HAVE. The banks of the Middle West j.ay ;j for
your savings. WE PAY TWO AND ONE-THIRD TIMES
AS MUCH ON ABSOLUTELY SAFE SECURITY. You
approve of this security before the loan is made. Tlic
South Side Project, near Twin Falls, Idaho, comprises
240,000 acres; room for 24,000 farmers. The tract is sold
out completely and the men who are here NEED MONEY
FOR SEED; trees, WITH WHICH TO BUILD THEIR
HOMES AND TO MAKE OTHER IMPROVEMENTS.
We GUARANTEE TO NET YOU SEVEN PER CENT
ON SECURITY OF WHICH YOU APPROVE. It costs
nothing to write and find out about us. Write today.
We will give you bank references, send you FREE OF
COST OUR BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED BOOK
LET, and absolutely satisfy you concerning our probity,
integrity and financial responsibility. DO NOT LET
THIS SUNDAY GO BY without dropping us a post card
about this. .Write
Buhl Investment Company
BUHL, :::::::: IDAHO
FOR quick sale, 380 acres on Gasconda
river, $5 per acre. Jamea Strickland, the
Ozark Land Man, Crocker, Mo. '
IN CASS COUNTY, MO..
The biggest bargain we have had to offer
for five years, 480 aores, located 1 mile from
railroad town, on rural route and phone
lines; good large house, good barns; all
kinds of fruit; 20 acres apple orchard; 25
acres timber; 320 acres as fine land as
you ever stuck a plow in; balance fine blue
grass land: good water; big bargain at
the price, $60 per acre; time on part. Jot
M. Wilson &. Son, llarrlsonvllle. Mo.
FOR SALK In Camden county. Mis
souri; old soldiers, railroad men, laboring
men and others wanting to purchase land
on monthly or quarterly payments address
A. R. Jackson, Climax Springs. Mo.
BIGGEST land Bargain in Missouri 2,000
acres rolling timbered land In McDonald
county, on Kansas City Southern railway;
good location, well watered by aprlngs,
splendid grazing, fruit, berry, truck and
poultry lands; must be sold right nof at
15 per acre; this land will subdivide nicely
into 40-acre farms, if purchaser so desires;
title perfect; quick aclon necessary. Ad
dress, Commercial Club, Anderson, Mo.
WANT IOWA FARMS.
4S0 acres, Cass county, Mo.. (45 per acre,
490 acres, Johnson county, Mo., 145 per
bJ2 actes, Carroll county, Mo., U per
Will exchange one or all three for Iowa
farms; these are good farms; owner lives
In Iowa. If you want to come south is
G. V. CLARDY INV. CO.,
Kansas City, Mo. 301 Commerce.
Positively the bent 40 acres, 1-story 4
rooin house, barn, wells, springs, fruit,
well fenced, elegant soil, close to rock
road, suiiool end railroad market, Juekson
countv: he.si farm; we have got to hell it;
price, ju.Ouo; ia.OW In cash, balance terms.
A. U. White & Co., Independence, Mo.
LOOK here; fine farm, well Improved,
at Tribune. I'uIuhIiI county. Missouri, for
hale at only S30 per acre; half cash; balance
terms. Address Wm. M. Hess. Winnipeg,
BKST fanners are headed for Missouri:
bargains in corn and blue grass farms; also
good cheap land for home makers. Mis
souri Mute Hoard of lminigrailuit Spring
M.OOO-j.OOO.OOO feet aiv timber, hemlock,
birch, maple, bass wood und 5S5 ucres of
good lanu lefs than 140 miles of city; 4
mites to railroad, good logulng road, driv
ing fctrtam one-eighth of mile. Double your
imuit-y here. Investigate. Maps, piats, i-s-tlmaies
furnlthed. liobart Lund Co.. Min
KOK li:ST bargains l i town property,
farm lauds and ranches In he fiiinou.f
Muaaeli'hell valley address R. M. Strphen
son. Hurlowton, Mont.
Half million acres, part under
enlarged homestead act, close to
railroad, near COLUMIUIS,
MONTANA; irrigated, fertile,
vallev lands and unirrigated
tract for sale; alfalfa, fruits, j
grains and vegetables grow to J
perfection. For maps and ffeclr-j-rate
information, addivss R. d.i
HHENNEN, Sec'v., COLUM HI'S
( OMMEIU IALCLUB-
Hillcrest, 100 acies. $.,.2J0; rash lent.
Midway, SO a-res. beautlrtil home, 14 800
Ash Grove, SiXi acres. lll.2i0. Lasy terms.
J. T. I'AMPBKLU
FOR 8AL-Well Improved, nice laying,
KO acres of land four mlUs of lloldrege In
Phelps county, Nebraska, worth H0. Will
sell at 75 per acre. tUniek at Bpencer, Col
lege View, titV
V A H M AMI II A Mil l.M poll SAI.R
A ebrasLa Continued.
What is a Snap?
When you can buy a good IMatfc
valley farm for considerably less tha
It ia evidently worth, that in not onlj
a snap, but A BIG SNAP.
What ia your opinion of thla? W
have 130 acres In the Keystonn Ger
man colony; It Is all under Irrigation,
good, level land, close to town and
near railroad Biding. The water sup.
ply Is abundant and the water right
going with the land Is fully paid, and
this right alone Is worth from $Uj to
40 per acre. We offer this land for
ONLY $4.") PER ACHE
We believe this to be a "snap."
What do you think?
We shall not advertise it again, foi
It will not be necessary. The firs!
man who is sufficiently interested ta
go and see is sure to buy. Speak
quick if interested.
Owner i3 leaving the stale and wantt
Payne Investment Co.
S. K. Corner 15th and Karnain.
"Manless Land for
45 FCSH1CL.S W1IKAT LAND $J5 !'KB
We own and control UK acre of Ch-V-enne
county. Nehraska'a choicest f'jfr
land, now on the market. The li-av!
crop-yleldilip cm nty in Nebraska, for en
yearn; alraira alio a leaning crop, hm "r
folders und full particulars; iig' wanted
everywhere; write for our prnposlilon at
once. Railroad fares refunded if things
not ni represented. I-'uiidlngslaiid &. Scvi r
soti, Sidney, Nob.
WESTKRN RKAL ESTATE.
Farm and town property where railroad
rlght-cf-way is bought through. Kii.kald
homoFteads Dry Inod to come under cov.
ernment canal Don't wait. Address P. O.
Bos No. lid, Gering, Neb.
FARMfJ. improved end unimproved
lanclits. K. J limhner. O'.N'eill. Neb.
Are you interested in irriiint I N
braska 'lands? .Send or call lor h copy
of the Land Owner. Full of im Uin-r
and particulars. It is free.
PAYNE INVESTMENT ").,
S. K. (.'oi lier 1'iUi und Fa: nam,
ir,0 ncres close to ,'.n I'o.K. Neb, thai
will rent for H JO to t a acre, al 4) ai.
acre; part lerms.
4 ho ui-u's well improved frtn. I'm.' lown,
a I smooth land. ! ' of ni.l. .') mi a r
lur iiHk sale, lion t wait a inoiuli and
I ay I0 lor the s.ime farm.
1 ft'u acres hay and firm land, jilnlni
town, cuts I. OilO tniiH hay from II01 a i.s
Will guarantee tint! IM aire, of it ui.l r
till mil al Ji' to !A IWJ He,es at 30 Hi. i
.tii, then have ulU rr. m with liie Impio e
meiiis on left c.ear and be several ih'ijs
and dollar to the gooJ.
W. NV. MITCHELL,
Bnaid of Trade, Omaha.
ALFALFA FARMS FOR SAI.K- In Hit
.'f. .I'm Republican, Sappa. II; eves and
tTMMe Dog Valle; t; ail or a f i.it of each
fur iv. nov. in alfalfa; very farm Improved;
vi'.'n absolutely sine; no crop t'Hilur; no
iiv'f attoii ; alfalfn crops on tlie.'e farms
i.e.: age four tons per ucre each year; price
of alfalfa hay averages I'i per ton act.
year; time that one seeding lasts averagm
flftem years. Value of hay crops alone
raised on a qnurter section of laud from
one seeding averages t-'.T.OOO; K'e.l crops ate
mom valuable; surest farming and bos'
Invi stmonts In the world; fine hm-k n
photos of land and lini ovenu nt with
description and price of ch (arm sent on
request bv card or Utiur. C. M. UHKr,
Alma, Neb. J
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