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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL", PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 12, ISO?.
Forilanil ; loellon
A. SCHU3ACI I, PrcprUtor
' 211 FIRST ST. . v
. PRIVATE RESIDENCE .r
Tomorrow at 10 a. m. at 147 West
Park street, between Morrison
In this 10-ronnY house
COMMODES. ENAMELED METAL
ibb you will And
EXPENSIVE DRESSERS and
BEDS, springs and mattresses, goose-
xeatner pillows ana other bedding1; uak
PET8, COUCHES. CHAIRS, ROCKERS,
v&NTER TABLES, folding beds, i 1NE
PORTIERES, LACE CURTAINS, OAS
RANGES, COOK - STOVES, SILVER
WARE and all the furnishing to com
plete a 10-room residence
- i 8ale tomorrow, 10 a. m., aharp.
C X FORD, Auctioneer.
At 211 First street Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 2 p.m.
or every description to decorate any
boms from the parlor to the garret, will
be found aC these sales, and If you
C I FORD, Auctioneer.
to BUY or SELL any thin r-
or Inherent call Main 6656.
East Side Business
Quarter block 100 feet from Grand ave.
on East Oak st; buildings worth about I
12,(00; producing revenue,
Esst Sixth st. near Hawthorne are.,
Quarter block; will produce 10 per cent
net with good prospect of advance In
98,500 ' -
Fine Quarter block 100 feet from Haw
thorne ave. and near Grand ave. Thle
price 1 under the market and offers an 1
assured Increase within the next few
f -. tT.KOO
Quarter block on East Alder Street, In
business ; district. Paying; - revenue.
This le away below market value.
100x100 feet Tills Is one of the best
tt. blocks In North Portland and is a!
nap. Paying revenue.
The. most beautiful suburb of $2500 I
Portland is Linnton. Suroundcd
. . . . . . - -
by the hills and situated on. the
beautiful " Willamette Portland
and Linnton will be one large city
in time. Buy early and get choice
lots. Business lots as well as de
Fine 0-room cottage, II l-3x
80 on East f 0th street, mod'
ern and easy terms. - ,
CI OCH l-room house, 10x111, corner
V 1 If one Hawthorne ave.; modern,
pretty home; terms,' . ;
I (JOnon l-room house,' 100x100, on
jUUU 44th St.; barn and chicken-
house; ail in iruit; nair casn.
New 1-roora house, 80x100,
corner, on Base Line road.
modern, terms. .-, v
-room' house, Mil 10, on
Morris . street; fruit and
modern; term, ,
COCAfi 7-room house, 100x100, mod
ytiOUU ern, on west slope of Mount
Tabor; terms. ::
New T-room house,' 100x100,
JU In , Piedmont; all . modern;
terms.. . .' . . .' '
CQCfUrt Elegant, 7-room house, 100
tjJOUU 100, . In Piedmont; modern.
ourtn sts. vajso v-4f. '-.'. "'vv.-
inserts. Water Front Property
restore should In- , . i
By J. T; WILSON
10 a. m. each day at salesrooms,
' 208 First street. .
Comprising assortment mahogany par
lor sets, golden oak center tables, la
dles' doak. box couch, mahogany dress
ers, bed Davenports, oak extension ta
bles and chairs, oak sideboard, chiffon
iers, folding beds, steel ranges, . cook
stoves. Iron beds, springs and mat
tresses, carpets, rugs and linoleum, etc.
, ONE HOB ART M. CABLE UPRIGHT
PIANO IN MAHOGANY CASE, NEAR
LY NEW; ONE DAYTON COMPUTING
.I.. SCALE. C-NE COFFEE MILL," NEW
REFRIGERATOR,: ROLL-TOP DE8K,
. FLAT-TOP DESK: ; ALSO ' SEVERAL
PIECES OF OLD . MAHOGANY. WE
v ARE CASH BUYERS FOR ALL KINDS
OF FURNITURE ; AND , STOCK?.
' PHOE MAIN 1(2.
", J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
FIRST SULPHUR MATCHES
They Were Considered a Daring and
a v Dangerous Innovation. -.
. rrnm the, Touth's Comoanlon.
In these days of rapid progress It
does not take I an to make an appll
nee old fashioned and out of date. Not
more than 70 years the match was
considered an innovation of a daring
and dangerous type. The conservative
till acraped away with his ateel and
flint,, holding the sulphur dipped stick
In fear and trembling. ; '.?
One Robert Olbbs tells tho story of
Die first match he ever saw. a scnooi
fellow who had visited London brought
back with him, besides hla stories of
that i wonderful town, a box ; of the
newly Invented matches. He exhibited
h.m in hla ' wonderlnr mates and,
vreat favor, nresented one to- Glbbe.
The boy took his prise home, struck
n in , the chlmneyplece and atootuUr
Mtnhibi tha aurnrlse of his .mother.
-Now yon may throw away the tln-
Jtmr knt ha Laid.
. n auoh a thing." responded the
tirndent woman.- "Matches which Hht
h.mnivaa wlU find no place Here.
Why. soms night we Alght bo bnrned
our beasi uve " J
m, Maseacnuseus, newspaper i
June, li, speaks approvingly , oi woe
of the inhabitants or us town. .
"Notwithstanding the convenience of
those dangerous , mue axuiuea wiucn
r'' are" to almost everybody" hands, but
which, with aU their charms, bid fair
to prove a heavy cures on the com
munity, wo learn there la one man in
galem, a respectable tradesman, who
keeps a "tore where we should gener
. ally expect to find such things, but who
has never sold them or allowed them to
be Used On UIS premiaea. am ,uc, vu
h. flinL steel and tinder; ! shows
his wisdom In so doing. Mow' many
more can ay nuchr
Late Trains In Texas.
wrnm the Cleveland Plalndealer.
"The new law now tn operaUon In Texas
' to prevent late trains is a great tmng
"for the local travelers there, but oer
; 1 talnly nrrtes a through trip across the
" " state slow.", said Bert Foster, who re
, cenUy returned from Tkaa.-
. The law Is that when s, ; train Is
marked up 80 minutes late at any of the
" larger' cities' another train must be
started on the regular schedule to take
care of the people who are waiting for
. the train. h For this reason there is
1 seJ4.adanger of having to wait several
jours f pr a train, out as tne aetayea
y- train is then taken off, through paasen-
:. gers are forced to wait over mgni tor an
other train, and In a1 trip, across the
state one could easily , lose 14 hours.
The railroads could, run extra trains If
they 'wanted to, to accomodate through
traffic, but they are living up'only to
the letter of the law , In the hope that the
law may become obnoxious."
v Sailors Sometimes Seasick .
From the Philadelphia Bulletin.:
Sailors get seasick as landsmen do.
It Is a funny and-gratifying sight to
see a seasick sailor. , .
A sailor will get seasick after a long
absence from the sea, or he will get
seasick in changing from a large to a
i small boat , -.J v- y.--'r-
Captains descending from their liners
to little pilot boats are frequently upset
by the sharp, Quick motion and become
(U as14 the lau-bter of all bands, ..
limp. rBfiiif r.TQiiu , . , It Li t
we have listed with us two fine half sirable residence property.
blocks north of -Washington street and
between Third and Fourth sts, i, Also a I
number of the most
blocks In the center
trtct : Intending Investors
vestlgata these. :
xxsTSEsrox i.ooATxoir. The best on the Willamette
Fine modem resMenc in Hoiiadays I river for factory sites. '
mm: tmn , I Acresce and laro-e " or ' email
A flne quarter block East lltn ana isasi
Aider sts. This - is about iboo , under i uawis near jumion.
the market . ' ' s, :
Choice quarter block, Irvlngton, t,
Corner East 11th and East Ankeny sts.,
flne l-room residence nearly new, with
all modern conveniences.
' S4.BOO ' i'- '
Residence, East Ankeny St, producing
40 per month rental, '
TOTXRBASf AOBTJAOB BVAPS.
6 -acre aracts on Base Line road. Prices
850, SOO, S 750, 6KO
. these tracts
others partially cleared.
7.1 acres, Johnson Creek, 40 minutes
ride from . Portland on Estacada
with furnace; term a ',. ,'VV''
CfvCll S-room house,' iOxlOO, oor
3'l3U ner E. Seventh str ood In
vestment; terms. ; ' ,' . -V ' ' -
CCnnfi rln '7-room house, 71X100,
yuUUU on E. Taylor, . all modern,
with furnace and fine laws; terms. '
(MO flf ft IB-room house,: 80x100,
91J UUv on Flanders st, modern.
long lease at f 125 per month; terms.
$COfi Pr acr- 1 8-r traot
elUU close to PorUand, fine.
black soil and all cleared; terms.
CI A Aft. 10 acres, 4-room house, barn,
9I4UU horse, cow. , chickens, farm
ImplemenU; 1 miles jfrom Oregon
City; terms. '--.::-"-
Cl Cftft 1 acres on Baa Line road,
pl JUU partly cleared and some In
fruit; terms.. -,
CO? A ft 5 aores with S-room house.
11 Hth MIM fVult.
A. A AM A . . i. I WMW W W
$1U,UUV tor gOOa StOCK rancn OI Jersey cow and chickens, Tory cheap;
acre and modern l-room
house, good spring.' lots Of
and fine lawn; terms.
12 acres In town nf Phn?n Or' C9ft A A 6 acres. ; partly cleared.
j , 1 1 .n.ll IIIII mnnA hnlllnra. near WU-
Rlver. close to school and
Also fine residence lots and
acreage in Whitwood Court. . ,
A FE17 GOOD DUYS
nfw 'tracf ki?e fSl 231 acres, on Sauvie's island; part oAaa 1 ;
landfflne solL -'Some of "'ir y:'-- JbuUU ho
:s are entirely cleared, CeWk:-'; -Jpn K -fl , 'J fK r- fruit, roses an
( .om 1 ITflTrfl 180 ' acres on wmunnw
- 1 1 : m 1 . JI. r I I '"aVVaal . . .......... j
CO cnurcnes, two acnoois aajoining p uv river, gooa onuaings, i mun
232 Wdshington Street
. ft-lKMil . . . 4 m- 1,
w.m aaai TTinT - nil at isw-9-an . n-nnn n rxi 1 h asi iH.irinLi.ta
10 acres. Powell Valley road, Tsult- Chicken COOp, Spring, brOOk J Close terms.
. able for subdivision In
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Alt ma, Clnnll lTalla nuit Zlnm. In I ' - :. . I from Portland: fine dalHT . PiaOS, SU
about IS minutes' walk from Station, place, Store, postoffice and On I cleared and fine lake on place; terma
on carUne, ...... i,. ........ K5.500 " t
10 acres, Powell Valley road, close in, rwuic
reirnr!.. ioo good JORDAN & GARBADE
. about is minutes;waik from station fruit trees, buildings and.wells;
acres, HasiWood'."r!.'!!.'I!i76o wet 12 acres cleared; near schools
I acres. Newhurst Park f 500 A liL,r.ttm r' TP n
40 acrea. Base . Line , road, ciosa ana cnurcnes ; K. r. u. route.
10 acres, Peninsula, finely located, sult
. able for platting, will produce CO lots
worth fS00 each...., ft 12.500
40 acres near Montavllla, can be platted
' In acre tracts and sold for 7S per cent
, profit within months. Lots near
; this . are - worth . from $400 to
. isooS .....912,500
Conveyance provided for parties de
siring to personally examine any of
these tracts not reached by car. '
Acreage to Exchange for City Fwpetty.
40 acres near Rldgefleld.
240 acres near Vancouver. , , ,
1100 aores near Chehalls.
Excellent farm lands In heart of Wll-
immoiif vaiwy, lausuii ior siiuii, uvym, 1 , 1 . T -J C
stock raising and dairying. Will sell or mis nne income property on tn.cre tracts on,xuiq m jn,uuu
tn tracts to suit on easy terms. Prices 1st. A good Investment v '
. j' r .' mtm C, AAA . 1 'A' 1
For one of the rines't home, on the EaM ?l,700-House on Vancotiver
Side, near Hawthorne ave with 10 avenue, near UOing, loi owuuu.
choice lots on this tract there is some
of the choicest shrubbery and. fruit in
the city. This property will bear inves
Four strictly - modern . flats; Income
1 11,001 per year.
' ; Real Estate, Timber ,
' Lands and Farms.
TOM M. WORD
Heal Estate Co.
230 Stark St Phone Main 4581.
?5,000 Entire block E.' 11th
and frescotv . . 7.
91,150-East 84tH and Grant,
corner; $450 cash, balance $100
every six months, 6 per cent.
TO SIlOlV YOU That
We Lead Tliera AD
37.500. .. .
iK full lot on- Second St., I near
; Hall, with a very grand 1 l-room
building, stylish in design, and
finish; modern In , every par
ticular.' '. I V ,
?7,000 . , v . .
..wL-ll acres on B-eent earllne, sta
m tlon corner of plaoa Beautiful
'' 7-room residence, good barn, llv
. Ing water, 'modern conveniences
V ; In buildings. . We guarantee this
v? a snap. - - r.fy,L'iJ.
BMaSJ Handsome corner, with stylish
r new 7-room house, en Second St,
. A swell I -room resldenoe, E.
11th. near Ankany. . You ean't
k equal It for the money. .
a , Tnr a grand place on Grand era,
Hoiiadays Addition; Queen Anne
cottage, striotly modern, finished
In elegant style, beauurui cesign.
82,400 ::' y;:;:$::?ji
Beautiful new, strictly np-to-
date. . 4-room. Queen ! Anna oot-
tage, 70x100 ft of ground on At
, lantlo, near Klulngsworth.
14 Corner lot, irlth a new S-room
, cottage, good barn;. 1 block from
' . business and earllne, ' Montavllla.
8i,ooo' ;."v. " .'V -;,". :
t u j Full Itt,1 ThTf-t variety bearing
. fruit, roses and shrubbery, 4-room
cottage, near Woodlawn.v. . .:.:
81,000 , ; .;r7.7, i;:
jg " 0 lots,-! block from University
, , , . u Station, University Park. Don't
.... forget this; It's a snap, ; ,
: Quarter Mock on earllne and
- ' - business :. street, . Oak Park, St
Johna - r .
, We Half acre with a nice .4-room
, cottage, good barn, abundance
j fruit; Clackamas. . '
"ar Full half acre, garden place,
rich soil, beautifully situated, full
.. view of. the city, 4 blocks Wood
stock cars. Like getting money
rrom home.- - -.- - , , ,-
The oaunittae voted nainlmioiisly
that our bargains wars the best te the
range from 121 to ISO per acta. ,
107-08 SXXaVLOCX STOAXSTO.
' 404 XAJIT AXJ3XB ST. ' :
TUESDAY NEXT v
will rent for. $15: terms, $500
cash; east front
S1900 New. strictlr modern
mm mm m gt
bungalow; double iioor ; u soia
; in 4 or 5 days will give vou any
ikind of finwh you wish; three
KI-vL- f mm mar line.
We are li.Itrticted by owner, who IsIbuts two flats on' Overton st ' This is I SSSKOft TJrw ; , modern 6-fOOm
ZTtS SLfcitt investment . house three' blocks from car
Intrs of private residence, removed to . m. ... 4 . Vn
uxxxi AuwTXOBT XDuUi corner i .;.-.-"' a
Alder and Park streets, Including weath- J For a new, modern 6-roora house. West enrn T Vit in Walnut v ParW
ered oak bookcase with glass doors, gld , ISpyoU J-Ot in . .Wainui rarK,
lungusn wainui euro mo wim n- ' i rneaO DUV.
ir,- fnn inAi-rn' rtnrT desk, library I i 1KTK ' . I ,MU
Ltu!n?RfiinoirlaemCOch.r,Inoas. This is a very reasonableic. for this
hall tree, quarter oak rockers, Brussels lot. It being one of the choicest lots on
oarnets. saxony Axroinaier run i, .-... . tt i
wenr. lace curtains, round ex- wi
tension flininr tame ana cnairs in quar
ter oak. sideboard, coucnes, sewing ma
beu. oak bed , set mi
.1.. (w,.., n,l hMfl am itMiL hair and
felt mattresses best springs, large-slse and shrubbery, on easy terms.
walnut dressers. Princess dressers ana
chiffoniers, wardrobes, pictures in gilt
For a 4-room' cottage.' nice lawn, fruit I Borthwick and KillmgSWOrth
Ave. Phone East 6404
fram.i aa.nltarv wire couch, ran ranse.
B0 feet hose, kitchen utensils, good, lino
leum.. etc . . ' . - '
This Is a rood and sleaa lot of furnl-
r-re, csera gooa opporennify vo yaroaa
rnrnisiiing. view aonaayr w xu
day next at 10 a. m. by ;
hajuum at bw, Auouoneers.
For a choice lot 100 ft on Hawthorne I
ave.. corner of 45th. - This is one of the!
finest residence locations in the city.':
Now Is the time to buy lots on or I
near Hawthorns ave. before prloes ad-
van oa. V l -.vi-'fr
HOMES FOR 10,000
On Thunday at Baker's
Auction nouie .
ahaii sell oonslrnments of house-
hnld fiirnitjre. lot of remnants of tai
lor's cloth, hats, mortgage - outfit, etc., i
for mortgagees and others who ' are
aloslnr out roods for cash. - K ..
SALE EVERY THUitSUAX AX 10
" BAKER SON, --.
Prompt Cash-Paying Auctioneers.
M. E. LEE
KBAX, ESTATB BOX7GHT AJTD SOU).
xoanrr to loh.
Boom B0, BaUlgi' Bldg, 33H iraah-
v - ingion .anv.vv-iij;.
Baker's Anti-Trust Store IV Li tUI . Itll
for Purniture and Ruirs. ,
f2liJ 'iS2S andWashington
Well Drillers' Presence of Mind.'
. From the Kansas City Stan
Two oil well drillers, Earl Sheets and
Frank Winks, near Cart Junction under
went an experience last week that would
make a "feature"' for a lire ana aeatn
melodrama. The two men were superin
tending the shooting of a welL. Three
hundred auarts of nitroglycerlno- had
been brought to the well to be used in
the shot"1 ' 'j-''11'!''"'' ? -
A "shell" containing , 10 quarts naa
been lowered, but It-stuck In the well.
The operators thought they could shove
the can on down In the well by letting
the baler down In the well on top of It
The plan -appeared to nave worked all
right and the naier was arawn up out
of , the well, and . part way-aip , toward
the too of the derrick before the horri
fied, spectators noticed that the can of
deadly explosive had caught in the baler
and was dangling In the air, ready to
fait - v 5,;;s;.vv:,.(v-,
Just as Sheets and Winks looked up
the sheU came loose and started toward
the ground. Realising that if it ever
hit the ground these 30 quarts of nltro
would explode and kill. everyone In the
vicinity, the two men with presence of
mind ran under it and caught It In their
hands. If they had failed In this pot
one of the spectator would have lived
to UU the story It was a real thriller
Tfc firati tract of this addition
gold out in six weeks after the plat
was filed. Why wag tt snapped wi
It is snap property ana at snap prices.
We have lust opened a new plat,
and it is going the game way, so you
will have to hurry if you want some
nt it at ooenine prices. Delays are
money lost; in Portland today prompt
action backea vj gooo juunmcui
means a fortune. . .
An v man or woman of good judg
ment will tell you that the Peninsula
is the place to buy. -MADRONA
HILLvia centrally lo
cated on the Peninsula, ana yet close
enough to the manufacturing district
of Portland to be called close in. It
ia walkinz distance to where thou
sands of men work, it nas Duuaing
restrictions. It has good car service.
It has electric light. .Gas mains will
soon be extended to this tract. It
has the beautiful Willamette boule
vard running through the tract. It
has. Bull Run water, it naa an on
excelled view of dtv. harbor, moun
tains; in fact, it is the ideal residence
district., &:: V.Vv,
Fnf T m TY1 f fl f a T P.. SWI opeiiing prices. Easy terms-lp per
r,w ' cent cash, 55 per montn on eacn lot
Thisis $25,000 Below
the Market. - .. "
E J. DALY
114 3rd :
No interest if all payments are paid
promptly, - Take a . look today take
St Johns car, get off at Oreely sta
tion. Agent on the ground.
TOPAZ LAND CO.
' 605 COMMERCIAL BLOCK
JOURNAL WANTS PAY BEST
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When you go to Council Crest today to enjoy an
' outing, as thousands of people will do, be sure and see '
our agent in the Red Tent about Council Crest Park.
. If you are desirous .of securing a ' choice location
for a home we are sore you will be mora than inter- -ested
in Council Crest. Park,' You will do the same
as other are doing every day, purchasing a home
. site in the most ideal location on the face of the earth.
,Yoa get more for the same amount of money when
you invest in Council Crest Park than yon can possi-
jbly get in I 'ajr p other location in the city of Portland.
- In other locations the wof kof man ia the limiC : In
Council Crest Park you receive all the conveniences .
that the work of man can give you and in addition
that scenic beauty of, nature which cannot be sur-
passed the world over Have you lived in Portland
' three years? If you have, then you know the history,
of Portland Heights and how easy it was to makat
money. History will more than repeat Itself in Coun
cil Creat Park. " . 1 : . ,
. ' ' Every 'dollar invested at present prices will mors .
than double in a year. Remember, Bull Run water
will be in Council Crest Park about August 1, 190T.
.Then witch the people build homes and make money,
Lots from $300 up. On the easiest kind of terms. -.'
See our agent in the Red Tent beside the boardwalk'
at Council Crest station. He will tell you all about
it and how it will happen." ' v
II. W. LEMCKE COMPANY
SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
MAIN 550. A25S7.
The Tunnel Townsite and Im
provement Company will offer for
sale for a short time a limited
number of lots at McKenna June
McKenna Junction is located on
the Columbia boulevard at the
crossing on the main line of the
O. R. & N: from tne east witn the
main line of the Harriman system
to Puget Sound.
Packing-houses, Btock yards,
railroad yards and other great in-
dustnes are planned tor McKenna
Now is the time to buy before
prices are advanced.
For plats and prices, call on or
W. H. GrlndslaU
510 COMMERCIAL BLOCK
. PHONE MAIN 6009
Wide streets and alleys; high,'evel and
cleared, - , i -
$10 CASH, $5 MONTH
PRICE $160 AND UP
Includes water in streeta
Can at our Tremont office today.
Office right af station (Mount- Scott
,lt us show you these flne Iota.
PURSE AND COMPANY
tas CatAjcBsaTor ooaocEBoa.
New modern building and beautiful lot
fully : equipped for a livery and board
ing barn. Directly In center of SeU
wood. , , r
Twn beautiful corners. 100 ft ST, tS00
each if taken before May JOth. Owner
leaving city. Apply to ,. . ,;
icra ri xn vet n.
Wc arc the ORIGINAL' OWNERS of 40
'LOTS, all CLOSE TO CARLINE, on GRADED
STREETS, with BEST City and Valley VIEWS,
and we are going to dispose of them at prices away
BELOW MARKET VALUE to ; those who can
pay half cash, or more; or will exchange them foe
Willamette Valley Land. ;Don't miss, this oppor
tunity, to secure a beautiful, picturesque building
site, "as we are going to clear them all out within
1 10 days. t .
Phone Main 133
i302 Goodnough Building
C . . mm !! . rnra. a V-'9 A fa. T r "
MT.. bCO 1 I tSAKUAUN2) l
tow avr sxroavi razxara tjcbsm suacuars tov wna
jt a M.
S150 Xots near Leuts; f 10 down end $5 per month. j
saaoFljie lots near Laurelwood: $10 down and 15 per month. '
SaooSflne .lots 1- Stewarts; fenced, fruit trees, all kinds of berries
TT7 aarden. 1100 cash, $10 per month, '. ' .
B750Lars-e unfinished house, will make s rooms, s wts oioca rmm
. atatloni lots alona worth 1800. ;' A Ma snap for any one, especially a,
." .-. , emiid finish house at odd times. Owner has been oom-
' .rWi dtv. , IS50 cash and IIS per month. Act quickly.
Mow-room. new. modern: llot. 1 block from station. 400 cash and
5 : W.th or 50 cash Tand 110 per month, or IS per month flat
naTa'other 'good'bargalns to thi Mt Seott -District. Try our
ear oervioS today and sea for yourself what It la
THE ARROW REALTY CO.
; . Mfim Stewart's Station, Mt' Soott Una Open Bandaya
! h Tahor :, FORD WELLS, Managers.
Entire block in the business dis
trict, 935,000, for a few days
aCuij Liiu . i
?10,O0O 40 acres on Pf tl ?
road, near the city. AU la c