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T1IJ-: OMAHA Si N DAY HKlv. MAY 1.
PRETTY GIRL CONOUERS WILD
II" name Hood for all that ir fair. honest
and manly. It ' th daughter I'm wr.ting
not the father, but I wait p, tell you
I lhat he made a lot of mom y nn hi? farm
Carnahan Wini Her Way on ''nl ,h r-anking buir-s. Tie
ianK koi lino
-A WENT FROM NEBRASKA WEST
Klvc 'thousand Hollar Ihmil Hr
vrard for I nf I Inch 1 11 limlril
with lorf Dnrlm
PT LEONARD KiiWI.KK. PPF.CIAL
COMMISSIONER FOR TUB BEE.
"I am only a girl' You whine It. Aon' I
ou, wuh an unutteifd protest at tl: fat"'
that made you only n girl"'
Thla Sunday morning, bright aid beauti
ful, I want to toll nu nhnut n r,t. a k r
cut here at Filer. Idaho, on the Care not
lands; fatherless, alone in the wt.iM. with
A widowed mother to rare for. a girl who is
"hoeing her own r.i" in tl . world1 And
such a girl! She lis her on'ti home; money
In the bank, aid ' a Job." No fo' I'hne-s
about her "life work"; no ;iu!e admit
" a at and "higher ethics." t.i.t Juat a
plain "Job"; though she is anything in the i f,
got Into trout. le of ime l. .: d. the
other fi lions "Mood front under." but old
Hi. h Heyed right there at ipalhila int.!'
the iHt p nny "as uaid. He sun. int-Vi! '
hi." f.irm. fvi' u h e eatni at. l I :." t n n
a tnl came wt to make nn .ti.ii st.ul. ;
lt infclt.g w .th him as fair a rani'-. h cure'
a i on f id. 'in e MMy sear of Miliar h al- I
mg to. ill uriiliv That's Ikj'a suture he
wae r'oi moi i tnan a ilmin ycais h w.ik
h hevy shipper to the S.juth Omalia ard.s.
Tagg Rio, the b!g r imnil.if ion im n. t.ae
handled many nundteds of 'Var lot.- ' for
ild Hugit 'aruahar... Tin fiultlos year.
however, wearied him of Nebraska and lo
eume to Idaho, ik t'-tminf d to du, a- .1
mat. otiier:i I.a.e done, and take tuUn.i
tatte of the rl. rap land, tne long terms i f
payment, umlir the Carey net. t 1 let t..c '
ineredr'lug population of the last west
make anotl.f; foiluue fur him. one winch'
i n.ild Is ha 1 with Icjh effoit for ui -nniia-i
a.- .ilui"t-t $0 j car. f ag w nen h"
died Inai )(ai', leaving this latin ; lr:-s Mr!
and widuwul mother Id finili life's laie
After tak.itg Hp his forty a -rei. obly a
niiarter of what he was erAitled to tak.
you must nmemlur liiat bo mw
Lot Trials Will
Benin Next Week i J
world but a plain" irl. Kurtr.er tnan
thN h la a Nebrakit girl; from Otral!a!a.
ier hair la aa gold ns the ldnh,-) :un
light; with wide, frank pot if tlie hue
of an Idaho aky for her ryes Her lips
piava atolen their red from the annuel hour
and her cheeks aa Juat as pink as and no
1 pinker than the peach blossoms, now scat
tering; their wealth In vagrom abandon
iover the tender green of the spring'! first
aod. Never mind her voice, aofe as the whis
pering summer wind; what I want to tell
you Is that shs Is making her own way out
yiiere; making It through, her own efforts,
'.and making them stick. That's the kind
of a girl she Is; the right kind of a little
woman, not yet turned her twentieth year;
with her Carey act land; her home In
town; money In th bank, and her "Job."
' Kven If ahe Is pretty, she la an effaotlva
member of society; serving In her place,
doing 1 so well that every man In town
T)0wa when he meets her; takes off his
hat, and la glad because she knows his
jname. She is th right kind of a girl,
ilih laj the kind that makes good wives;
good mothers: because she la good at
everything laa she undertakes.
Alice Caxnahan la the daughter or Hugh
Carnahan, for fifteen years the owner of
tho Carnahan farm at Ogolllala, Neb. Old
Hugh Carnahan was as square as a die.
. "broke." t'arne.han fet about making a
I home in town for the wonii-n. cinie place
I for thmi to May while he "proved up" on
I his llttir farm, lie did not lie to fnnsii it.
I And when ehe told me about It hi r blue
eyes filled, for there an n't many crnie
: lanes In Idaho: they are nut pretty, with
I gieen Kpots. white h'lidstones. Rraveled
i walli;-. like our Acres of (bid. ha k home.
He lbs out there, and it's lor.eiy. The .p:il
j wl-.dn sweep clouds of du.-il ai luss th" 1 :n
! reu mounds-. It's bleak. Not a plea.-aiit
! place to put one's old father. Alloyed" r u
I moit difh artening experience fo- a lli-;ar-I
old Kirl. Willi a farm to "prove up" on, a
I home to finish building and u good many
years yet to live. IHH the frank, lainlul
eyes, tnough filled. were brave eyes,
withal; very brave eyes, and she looked at
me with wonder In tneni when 1 asked her
if she lost heart.
"Lose heart?" she asked, and I knew
by the tone of the question that she never
faltered. "No, there was too much to
do. Vou ee, mother Is over 40 and I had
to do the thinking for the family. Then
was the forty-acre farm to dispose ot.
home way or another; the house to finish,
ways and means to be considered, and 1
had it all to do. f-later Is mauled and
lives in Utah. Mother r.eeded to be cared
for and there was so much to do. 1 guess
1 might have lost heurt, become discour
aged. If 1 had had time. Hut when you
are being driven by other things you (are
for, especially If they happen to be, those
you love, you don't have much time to
think of yourself, don't you know?"
Ingenious? No. 1 don't think ho. That'
the kind of a girl she Is. She Is "only a
girl," all right enough, but she is only
tho right kind of a girl. She set about her
task seriously. Her first thought was to
"prove up" on the forty-ncre farm, to set
title to it, so thot she should not loFe It.
Then carpenters were hired, brick masons,
laborers and the home In town was fin
ished. Business was looked after, even
In those first hours of unaccustomed
grief, and In the end she became the head
of the little household of two, a place she
has held without complaint, without dis
sent, ever since.
"My first task was to get title to the
forty that father had taken up. So I
built a claim cabin, 14x20, to comply with
the law, and mother and I lived In It for
thirty days, th required time for home
steading residence. While we were there
I hired men to clear the place of sage
brush, plow, fence and Bet it out to trees.
We put twenty acres In orchard, as that
pays tha very beat of all, after the trees
grow; ten acres In alfalfa, and then my
money gave out, so I had to let the other
ten He fallow. I looked after it for three
years, and more. Then I got a good offer
about two weeks ago and I aoid It. I
cleared over 4,000 on it and got the money.
Then there was the house in town to finish.
It has six rooms, and. while I was building,
I thought It might as well be modern
throughout; you see, it is more convenient
that way, and then, If I ever wanted to sell
it. It would be worth ever so much more.
And so I aet about getting that all cleared
up r.ith r had rot pothered to pv h
b- U'Tif a ru ard thi'r wete so manv
littli d tails to ln,,k after. I had my work
bi do throiich t'i. day. nf rmii," and It
k-pt rie 'hou p Mil ' lint It has bu n fin
is! d nw 1 s liioiiti.s now und 1 oil
f 1 1 v t !i it. w its lomfoitable. too. ( f
i 1 us,- 11 s u 01 tii a i,'ii'i 1I111I mure no
t.rtii wh'ii ' ii,i;''I I'-op i; hn- iu-
II M." ill Ml'U" SO f.lfl tli.it I ciuM s- I
it to lav f r $!(! more than it in.-t us"
How s tin: for a n il if I .'" That f'.'i
-he has road, is I eo d in; thev don t
li.e c ,it otloi kind .r. Idaho And she
ni.i.. i.m i.ii'ioivd for tin' lit;!" smi'e of
It -s; ' b la ' 11 11 bit king around the cornets
1 I' In r n iiuth. for her self confident wav
1 i f mi iti: "My father was Hugh Carna
The pn.nt is this. A whim is th" poorest
'.11 , . n eatth. yon ii' V' r g"t anywhere
.11 ;i on :ue your own Kreatist tnisfort
i ; h.Mo.-1 il.i tititf wuh fate Is booth sf.
Yi ur titn is worth more or it Isn't worth
; ar thitm And if your time isn't worth
ii 11 t .im:: . 011 hae lo.-t your place in the
' ;u 01 . f t nut and let the 01 hers j -li1
m. it It. The vm id is a iuty place for busy
1 pi ople. And II wants to In ar no more of I
! this ' I 111 only a Kir! " No one wants to j
. list- n to jour troubles. "If 1 only had n
I clia le i s "' ltah' c(U out and make 011".
Til" man who s.ivs thai has iost his seif-rc.-tui.!.
lb niiuht sav it if lie was "m
tlie si:ks." with u nice little part to his i Khowtnz locution of all the gusher 'and '
Sylvester Hush of Omaha Will Assist
in Frosecution of Governor of
Oklahoma and Associates.
TULSA. (Mil. April JM-l'ne trial of the
Haskell town lot ca-es. involving Uovernor
Charles N. Haskell of Oklahoma and five
bus.ni ss men of Musk"cee. lias b'e:i set for
May 4 in the f. deal court heie. The gov
ernment chari;es the iiefendan;s wth hav
ing sicuiei dummies to rexlstrr In the
draw rigs for the i.-vvn l ts in Muskogee
and defrauding the Creek lindane. Resi
dents of easiern and northern states, many
of whom did not even visit Muskntn', it Is
were the dummies In the transaction
mm wete in turn er i.ie pi.'prriy 1 trte t jt w ,
t eiso,.., interested. ; ;,, ,;,ew
Uesides (I n on ir ll.iskeil. the ilefenil.it ts ati d a m i
a; - N . 1. Hutching. J K Turner. William ' inn
Laton. F. H Seavets and A. .. i::-gl:--h. , hi o
1" 1 ft v V it-emeu hive b,rn surr'norted ,rk;
I th if .v ernnieni has i,bp in.iel Ui i;.
j !! -ses-. mmm'
I .ItldKe .L.lin A M : sb ; 1 of Sa i ; 1 . ke 1 ' '. v .
vvho w-11 try t ie c.ises. hay pi '.i.l"d In i1
I district 011 ea, ti 0.- .is, on l.-reb't re v I
I 'he town b.t i-ase wre tu-inn , .ci-:dn ed
j A vear ag- be was on in" Ivoieh d.ir.in; the
I Tulsa term a id sus'aine.l the di fe'i, bints'
nintion to i:ia-h t.ie indH'tnien-s returned
by tiie M'jkoge gland Jury at the .!.:iu.nv
t Mil. He returned to Tulsa a few weeks
later and charged the special grand jury
summoned to corn .b r the lonn lot i"i.-.-.
and received the Indictments n turned by
ti.:s ti in i f eo n ; t at i -I
n i ' eel S- ati s ;i O I'.i C, i 1 .-
1 a sir, nt.on h filnn; .1 :i 1 . 1 ',1:1 e.ik;
tl'al inij'top-r 1 e f . uer ( s 'o bi im:
ugh; t bear 01 the K".ind .1 o an l ask
the i 1 1 1 T I to .1 .-1 '1 1 ! I-,!- .1 '
I II 1
I 1 I,
I "T o'l ri;i r,i.
e .b fe i.l llils
1 id mr n t s.
1 and .hi' 1
I' l lllo'.l -ns to
rt1!'; ni.uiv m
a s , i l is
- Itno .tl
SEEDS Po2!oes' Lawil Grass' Flowering Bulbs, Elc,
Why wast,' time anil money planting
dciuliiful Foods when you can buy sonls that
lUin Howard Mlrpcl
1UE MURASKA StED COMPANY
Telepltoiip I)oii(laa 1126
rarE map or
WSDVAY GIL FIELD
' 'IHW Pimm
S Ml wtM
hair, if be was sweet;y p- rfumnl, with a
while. p.is! eonpl.xion. come by trmiiKh
)"ir; if coi.nti-r jumpma." Then he
n.it;ht vv hirif and
the world's greatest
The 'California oil li'iUctln," Issti-d
senil-muntiily. tells the news . f the cuin-
iut of pity he d be l.st- pantes operating In all Cnilfornia's oil
.... IeUlX. I re nil imin nil i-iis iiini loir
.tied to-but you are a man, or a woman; fwH, , , H,forni,t 1HS produced many
with a man's or a woman's work to do In j fortunes In thirty days
(1 t husvl "On the Job:" And ",H" .HnJ ,"e ,l" '"'"" tor o
, . , , , i niontns nil t. ir you e-iiu ui juui iiaun?
the thitic to lie done, done and over i i.h ,i,iq ali n.,w
vv : , 1 1
e.i I s.
i ral i
Keiin niher old Hush Carnahan. mi'
of ai", aid broke, lb-call the fun-
rti-S:. winding i.s way to a western
ui. ; think of a ln-jear-o'd girl, heart- I
A Dnngrrous Wouml
is rendered antiseptic by Ituekleu'd Arnica
Salve, the heaUng wonder lor sores, nums
piles, eci ma and salt rheum,
sale by I'.ruU.n Dnfg Co.
THE G. S. JOHNSON COMPANY,
911 Ftiftian Bid?. Pan Franciico, CaU
Art' Vou Lookinij for a Home?
No urnir .huiiM think of bu? tt.n lund t-rfo-
Winn a roir of Tnr Ptrrn an-1 lie( Kmi
Journ!. Ii ctn:l thf n-tt lit r f for
Ml of anr inr pub:-h'l in Iowa. Hch
o.i0 rfMidori racn iin. ami 'ne t.f (h bt
adT-i-tin mftliLina U rfiHi th KarmrB a.nd
Hum iaikin lhat tni ran alVrMtUt In For tc
Kor ! ki will mall vou ihe Jtiurnai foe a year, or tr
10t in i!lir r f.nipi ? wiil wni y.u th
Journal fi" iwi moriha on trial. Afli1rvB TARM
ANIi RKAI. KSTATK Jul HN AL, Traer. Tami
500 Bushels of Po-
tatoeg to the Acre
YOU know that potatoes are
always staple. Potatoes are
like gold. The markets fluctuate
very little on potatoes. And. Jf
you have GOOD potatoes you
CAN ALWAYS FIND A MAR
KET FOR THEM. This Is the
most remarkable potato country
In ALL THE WORLD. Tho
Snake River Valley has been
known to produce EIGHT HUN
DRED AND FIFTY flUSHELd
OF POTATOES TO THE ACRE.
You can RAISE 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, THE
TWIN FALLS TRACT In South
ern Idaho, that has been printed
for a long while. It Is mighty In
forming, too. IT 13 FREE AND
WK WILL SEND ONE COPY
TO YOU IF YOU WILL JfST
WRITE A POPTAL CARD RE
QUEST. WRITE TOKAY.
J. E. WHITE
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
ON CREDIT IN
You can make a better home In
Idaho than In any other state;
there's more to make it with! The
landscape of mountain, and river,
and hill and vale; the fertile irri
gated land; the quick cash mar
kets; good neighbors; all these are
Get busy today! Right now!
We will send you a beautiful
booklet free of cot. A post card
request is all. Semi today.
This booklet tells of American Falls;
the one power city of tha lntermoun
tain west. Wealth awaita yon
American Falls, Idaho.
We Will Share $10,000 With You
We Need Your Help
Thm to the BB6T OPPORTUN
ITY 7u will erer hare) to
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY! For
$50, $100 or 11,000. you can
talks tore of enormous profits.
ij What we los YOU GAIN. Tho
1 I aj .nlt . K. .Mall f,-. .
JUIV Wl UIU V " t 1U1 wiu
petemc; th confident looking
forward to an easy old ac; these
ar b senUmenU that anlmato
you, m they anlmato all men.
Tour aarlngs, at 3; la a year
your hundred in a savings bank
earns-for you THREE DOLLARS.
'A few pounds ot sugar; a doten
pounds ot coffee, and the year's
earnings are eaten up.
Tou can NEVER MAKE ANY
MONEY by toll alono. You hare
GOT TO LET YOUR HEAD
It's when yonr savings are IN
VESTED that you begin to MAKE
MONEY. Let YOl'R MONEY
WORK FOR YOl'uthen you will
need to work leea.
You would like to feel that
YOl'R MONEY 13 WORKING FOR
YOU. wouldn't you? It wilt. If
you will let It. Your money will
produce for you A GUARANTEED
SxOOME for as long as you will
keep it 1NYKSTED. And when you
want to let, go you ran get bark
8 IX TIM ES WHAT YOU PUT IN.
and possibly 81X HUNDRED
TIMES WHAT YOU PUT IN.
There Is no guess work. It Is
sure. It la guaranteed.
We need the equipment; HAVE
GOT TO HAVE IT. We are all
ready to reap our profit. BUT WK
A farmer with a ripe crop of
grain, and no reeper; a farmer
with a crop of ripened hay, and
no mower; a brick-maker with a
quarry full of clay, and io moulds;
a butcher with thousands of cus
tomers, and no slaughter house
that's our fix. The farmer would
share his wheat with the man who
would reap it, the butcher his
trade with the man who'd supply
What we need Is a stamp mill!
A STAMP MILL TO GRIND OUT
GOLD! More THAN TEN THOU
SAND DOLLARS In quarts-bearing
rock is lying on the ore dump
of our mine at JARBIDGE, near
BOUTHERN IDAHO, the STATE
WHICH 13 FILLED WITH
MINES! One hundred and ten
miles from a railway, we hare
the richest of all mines in that
rich mining dlBtrict. A STAMP
MILL WE MUST HAVE; A
STAMP MILL WE WILL GET!
Sii Hundred Per Cent For Your Send This
, Brunn-Klnney Company, Twin Falls, Idaho.
PLEASE SEND ME YOl'R PROSPECT-
US, showing your guarantee and
w w I 1 1 rV explaining in detail. This puts j&
we win me under nQ obi,gatlon jT " can
share our Name get ,n xow
profits with you. Address r you can wait
We can do this and y the opportunity
have a GREAT DEAL jff ls fc'one. You can HELP
LEFT. WE ARE SURE REAP THIS HARVEST
OF WEALTH. The great 14 OF GOLD. Or you can stay
out. Strictly it Is up to YOU.
wealth that lies before us; that
our eyes can see; our hands feel;
that w can STUMBLE OVER
makes us sure; MAKES OUR
GOOD. W NEED YOU TO HELP
supply the reaper; to gather In
WE OWN THIS ORE; WE OWN
THE GOLD THAT IS IN THE
ORE. It's true we can do noth
ing without a stamp mill. BUT
WE CAN SELL THE ORE NOW
IN SIGHT. ANY DAY FOR WHAT
WE PAID FOR THE MINE.
Twin Falls, Idaho
The Jarbldge-Parlak is the
VERY BEST PROPERTY IN THE
SENSATIONAL NEW OOLD
FIELDS or Southern Idaho and
Northern Nevada. IT 13 IN THE
HEART OF THE DISTRICT. The
Bourne mine, the Pick and Shovel,
and other promising prospects lie
all around us. THE JARBIDGE
PAVLAK IS IN THE HEART OF
THE DISTRICT. On one of these
mines there are twenty-one leases.
Our property ls free to mine. WE
HAVE MINED IT. J. H. Price,
the famous mining engineer, says
we have hundreds of thousands of
dollars in sight. OUR SHAFT IS
SUNK. OUR ORE BODY HAS
BEEN MARKED OUT. WE HAVE
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ON
THE ORE DUMP. But we can
not send the ore to a smelter.
There is no transportation. We
hare RPENT OUR OWN MONEY
IN DEVELOPMENT WORK. And
now we want to GET A STAMP
MILL TO GET OUR MONEY
BACK: TO GO ON WITH DEVEL
OPMENT WORK. We will share
this money with you. We will
sell Just enough of our stock to
get that stamp mill AND NOT
ONE SINGLE SHARE MORE. We
will let go of not one share more
than Is necessarr. We have IN
VESTED OUR OWN MONEY. WE
BELIEVE IN IT. WE KNOW IT
18 GOOD. Here Is our plan: Th
ONE DOLLAR shares we will sell
for fifteen cents. Buy as nrnnr
shares ss you wish: send THREE
CENTS for each share roti want
to buy; GIVE US THE NAME OF
YOT'R OWN BANKER. WE WILL
SEND THE STOCK TO HIM. To
HIM you can pay the other twelve
cents. The moment the starao mill
la vn we begin to pav dividend.
THEN YOU GET YOT'R DIVI
DENDS JUST AS WE OFT OURS.
Send THREE CENTS PER
SHARE TODAY, the name ot
YOUR BXNKER snd yon BEGIN
TO SHARE THE PRrrTS OP A
GOLD MINE WITH TEN THOU
SAND DOLLARS LYING ON ITS
DUMP. PFND TODAY f-'end rlrht
now. YOU CAN'T LOSE. And for
every fifteen cents vou nut in
YOU GET ONE DOLLAR BACK.
Z&mi FKUIT IS SAFE
AT DECATUR, ARE!.
.pple nml Pea ill on linnU will tliU ';r iny n profit
Hhove tliofr cost, it tlie extensile killing of fruit eNenlirre
Mill niHke irlrc- liiiili. KIU IT IS IMIl 111 AT DUt ATI K.
HO.VJE SEEKERS' RATES
.73 AY 3 AND 17
from all points. Come and t-oe the record hreukiuK crop new
on the trees. Jt would be foolish lor us to invite jour inspec
tion if we could not "maKe ml." We hive not hint, to 4 11
"sight unseen." Come and we will "show you."
I Kl IT KKSKKYM) .l II :IC MAY 17 i!uy before thin
great money making fruit crop iw retorved. We, tin Sole
Agents, have been notified by the owner of the land that crop
will be reserved after fcomesoeker excursion. May IT. That's
the last chance to get nn orchard which will pay ns much, or
more, than it costs you this year. Our literature tcll.i why this
unusual opportunity is offered.
SMALL OK LARGE KAIOIS are offered by us. 2,nof
acres already In full bearing orchard, and 2,20 acres other
land suited for fruit, stock or poultry raising, for berries,
truck gardening;, intensive fanning or corn. We offer both the
orchard and farming lands in tracts of 5, 10, 20 acres or more.
All ls close to railway station, within 1 li miles, in fact. Sold
on easy payments.
!V 3T.IOUI& rt
ve f'1 af"OT
0-vt t Vjfcv'
A GENTLY ROLLING I'lV'l K.U' is the character of the
land we offer. It is not a lot of steep hillsides, broken or
TEX GREAT MONEY MAKERS Poultry, nogs, dairying.
The following are good for $75 to $4 00 per acre: Apples,
peaches, strawberries, grapes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, can
teloupes blarkberries. Our free booklet gives names of people
now living there who have done and are doing it.
CHEAP RATES MAY 3 AM) 17TH Ask your railway
agent for Homeseekers' rates to Decatur, Ark., return limit
JAMES 11. WELSH, REALTY AND IX).N CO.,
-40 Finance 151dg., Kansas City, Mo.
UBE THIS COUPON IW WBITrNO.
James B Welsh Fealty & Loan Co
249 nuance Bldff., Kansas Olty, Mo.
l'lense sentf me your free Illustrated
blink nn vmr ( iy.zark liimii. Ainu
cxplnlri your easy payment plan.
I - 1 1 ' "" '1 mi - .1 1 1 "'.i .
. nail .,, , , , .,,.,.... e ,
is "the fairest land the sun ever shone on." A writer of national repute wrote
that of the Snake River Vflllev Trlnhn la mnro thnn thnt' ninro than li.tatittful
E more than fertile. . Idaho is THE GATEWAY TO OllOKTL"XITY LAND. You have overlooked
many and many a good chance in your life time; haven't you? Then don't overlook this one. Don't
turn away from this, the biggest bit of Information you will find In this Sunday paper today. THERE ISN'T
A TOWN IN THE WHOLE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO WHICH DOESN'T NEED YOU! There's a chance for
a MAN WILLING TO WORK in every single city GREAT AND SMALL. Sunny Southern Idaho is a pleasant
place wherein to live; profitable wherein to work; and YOU CAN GET IN AND GET IN RIGHT WITH A
VERY SMALL CAPITAL. Write for our booklet on Buhl. It's FREE.
In all the golden west there Is no
such land as Idaho: Farm laborers
fret from $25.00 to $40.00 per month
here. Carpenters get from $3.60 to
$4 50 per day and masons draw from
SIX TO SEVEN DOLLARS PER
DAY. Lumber ls CHEAP and can be
bought here for as low aa $25 per
thousand feet. The climate around
Buhl la as mild and aa equable an
any HEALTHFUL CLIMATE In the
world. There ls never more than
two Inches of frost In the ground,
and never more than five inches of
Ice. We have occasional rains In the
Fail; with a LIGHT snowfall In
the Winter and Spring. YOIT CAN'T
BEAT THAT IN THE MIDDLE
WEST! There Is no "rainy season"
at Buhl; NO CYCLONES; NO HAIL
STORMS; NO SUN STROKES AND
VERY LITTLE THUNDER AND
LIGHTNING. We have no high
winds; no long spells of cloudy wea
ther and no extremes of heat and
cold. In the Summer there ls never
a night that bed covers are not com
fortable; In the Winter never a
nlfrht a bed room fire is needed. At
Uuhl you can stand In the utreet and
look down the main avenue for
THIRTY MILES; CLEAR AWAY TO
THE SNOW CLOTHED PEAKS OF
THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. You
can't beat that In tha Middle West!
To sum It up; Idaho ls the Ide ti state
to live In; you can MAKE THE
MOST BEAUTIFUL HOME IN
IDAHO; you can REAP THE MOST
BOUNTIFUL OROP8 IN IDAHO;
and In Idaho you can get a atari
WITH THE LEAST REASONABLE
AMOUNT OF MONEY. You need not
come to find out. Just write uh a note
saying that vou are IntereHted in
Huhl. tell us what you would Ilka
to do. We will send you a book;
photographs; CONVINCE YOUR
HKKOKK YOU START. That's the
way to come. And we will help you.
The lands around Ituhl yield In a
manner most profitable to tho tiller
of the soli. THE FARMER GETS
PAID FOR HIS WORK HERE IN
SUNNY SOUTHERN IDAHO! Alfalfa
yields from five to nine tons to the
acre; with three cutting each year;
clover gives from three and one-half
to five tons, and you get two crops;
timothy goes two to three tons and
there Is but one cutting. Wheat goes
an low as thirty-five, but as hltfh
as SEVENTY-SEVEN BUSHELS TO
THE ACRE. Oats give sixty bushels
to the acr) right along, hut soiuo
good farmers who understand their
business get ONE HUNDRED AND
TWENTY BUSHELS T( THE
ACRE RIGHT ALONG. All the
grain crops do well. Potatoes have
yielded as high as FIVE HUNDRED
BUSHELS TO THE ACRE And you
NEVER I.JVCK A MARKET FOR
ANYTHING YOU RAISE. You can
reap your crop in almon any part
of Idaho and have the money for It
In your pocket before night. Huhl U
particularly fortunate In that re
spect. It Is the nearest point to
Jarbildge, the newly discovered gold
camp; It la but eighteen mllesi from
Twin Falls, one of the largest rltlea
In the state. And It 1 located on
the Minidoka branch of the Oregon
Short Line (Union Pacific Railway)
and has excellent train service and
transportation faollitles. The soil,
with an average depth of SIX FEET
OVER THE ENTIRE COUNTRY. Is
composed of a fine, volcanic ash; a
cooked nitrogen, alive with soil nu
trients. Plant life of every kind
flourishes and the dltriit around
Huhl presents the BEST OI.'l"OR
TUNITY IN THE WEST TODAY.
Send for our bniUet; It tells all this
Information In detail and bring lnt j
Idaho Into your ov. 11 home. FREE.
A. J. Milner. formerly a resident of
Charles City, Iowa, Is now a properly
owner of Buhl. Mr. Milliter has two
luring; one of them Is an orchard
of forly acres; the other is In ap-
les. peaches und grape. Mr. Milner
"My peach trees will not come Into
bearing until this year. The apples
will nut bear until next year. And
yet 1 will go before a notary public
and SWEAR THAT I WJl.L NOT
TRADE MY SEVENTEEN ACRES
OF UNPRODUCING ORCHARD
LAND FOR THE VERY BEST
EIGHTY ACRE FARM IN ALL OF
loWA. 1 have a chance to build a
more beautiful home; ut a less cost
than possible In Iowa; can make more
money with less work; have 07 acres
of the most fertile land on this
globe, and I had less than $4,000
when 1 came to Buhl. TODAY, after
living In the most beautiful section
of the country on earth, I WILL GO
BEFORE ANOTHER NOTARY PUB
LIC AND SWEAR THAT I WOULD
NOT TAKE $25,000 for my Interests
Write to Charles City. Iowa; Ad
dress EUGENE HoLBKOOK. or
JL'IUI CASE, CHARLES CITY,
IOWA. Ask them about A. J. M liner.
They knew him when he was buying,
selling und trading horse there. And
THEY CAN TELL YOU THAT MIL
NER IS ABSOLUTELY ALL RIGHT.
He came to Buhl four years ago.
tills month with thirty-five hundred
dollars, today HE WOULDN'T SELL
OUT FOR TWENTY-FIVE THOU
SAND. That's what we mean when
we say there are more opportunities
In Southern Idaho than anywhere
else in the world. Snd for our FREE
SELF BEFORE YOU START. That's
the way to come. And we will help
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY at BUHL, IDAHO
We can use any money you have In the Savings
banks and more than double your Interest Income. WE
Invest your money In Idaho property, a city lot,
and il will Itureruie In value an rapidly that you can
double your money.
Fruits In nat
ural color h
Maps are free.
BUHL INVESTMENT CO.
FARMS. CITY PROPERTY.
VSouth side Tract. J
"PIT TTJT The Center of the
I'li'tures In Sepia
t o n e u, fit to
(ruiim arc free.
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