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; 7 ' f PORTLAND. OREGON, SUNDAY,; MORNING, v JUNff 18. 1911. r.y 1 ;-; ; vr 4 :
. GENERAL RKAt ESTATIS 02 ' .GKXEHAL; REAL ESTATE : 02., i GENERAL REAL ESTATE 02 ( GEXERAL REAL ESTATE 63 J ' GENERAL REAL EStAtH Mr ,' GENERAL REAL ESTATE 6a I GENERAL REAL ESTATS 63
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-BER Tl .'BUILD -A.:
( Just tir'110 down and $19 a month
( xox a anoioe quarter acre. t-nnm oi j
, nr. only 1410 to $100.,' WHERZ CAN
7 YOU EQUAL ITT.. . . ....
i : New room ' houae, bard finished,
gantry, water, sink, cement foundation)
, wtrod for llrht. A ncr of land. Prtca
: 11600. Bmau monthly parmonta.
ISxlit, $411 AND XTPt
tl down and It par moatlK,
. Sea a for houaaa, lota and fteraafa
on Mir tirnii. . .
- v 7 Room House-
Pull eonerata tawmMt fruit and her
liea, H acra cloaa to ear. Prloa $2600;
4 rnnrn mrwfm 'houaa--eloaa to ear.
' ! nlca aardenj aaay .terma, M '
.' $50 Down V .
- BaUnoa 116 a month, ( room houaa.
clone to car, jarga iou mc iou.
a. Jr . . u
" tlOO DOWN,'
! s. . '' : v lift monthI
' Small houaa and furnlUira,
. au piantaa. rnca.omy iibo.
; $5 Down; $5.a Month ;
.; ' ' P. nA trt Pflr
Close to Car
"Mt, Scott Car to Lents
'Phonea B-4111. Tabor ,1028. Ask fet
- ' Bright Realty Co,
A now homo, J rooms, fall lot, very
neat and tasty, at 1161 East 18th, West
Moreland. Terms Ilka rent Must sell,
('-. 14760 ,
67x86" with modern t room dwelling,
farage In rear, a little gem. See at 296
ast 25th near Hawthorne.
. A larae dwelMnav tslnk Of condition
- magnificent view, aouth Portland, easy
terms, it you want a noma mis is
, 'good one with ground 70x170.
Pour flats on full lot near Broadway
paying about per cent net (Jood fu
ture and terms, i, - . '
. s .. $i$,ooo;.
r Apartment sits near Multnomah club,
' West Madison and Stout very choice
,A Nob Hill anartment site. 100x100,
in midst of classy , homes, very easy
. .. ' IRS.S0A ..
Tour story brick, full . corner, ' we
rented. Salmon street, , good future;
terms. v ..
Phones Main 346, A-S 4 5 7.
241 Stark st
. . Homes
i S-roomv bungalow ' .. .v,u,.$50 cash
..t S-rooin bunralow 1350 cash
: f 6-room bungalow . ....... ,.$400 cash
- , . s-rooin iwviwrr noun . . . .ovu casn
. 7 -room house .V, ., .$400 cash
? 7-room 1M -story . $400 cash
BALANCE - EAST MONTHLY v PAT
4 t i: MENTS.
We have a long list of fine homes
i which we -shall bo. very glad to show
fyou.- come out ana see us. v ..... . -
' ,Take Rose City Park car to 62d street
-tiubbell & Son, " ;
( 7" INVESTOR ONLY $3600.
If you want something good below
market value, see my beautiful t room
bungalow, strictly modcrrvall improve
Jments in. . Located 1173 East Taylor
Istreet,. Price- $3600; $10 t-ash, bat.
.'ance easy terma,- Will rent for $38
. . monthly. .' Phone owner.! Hansen, Main
.3200. r;- r ' p.-'. i
Gentleman's Ideal 'Country
Home . . . ,:
" mis property
la not only
highly profitable Investment in
itm riraMan mnH I f I hut J
VToundaL.on for on of lh finest
rmintrv aitt t a r aiat in tha wh. (
v of i'ortlaad. - v . . ,
. to acrea, bounded on on aid x
: by a fine mountain eireani; 10
acrea of uplendld bottom land,
, . all of wbk-h lr In a high state
pf cultivation; 40 acrea of lavel
, bench land of fine quality, of -'
.which half la In open paatura
f In fina Umber; ood orchard, '.
i ftMnHtllM ,A am all. A.
" tood T room hOuee, I food barna.
and . numeroua , other outbulld-
, lna: a good atore bulldlnr and
a toe It of aonaral merchan-'
dlaa whloh will Invoice about
' 12000; - a flour and feed mill
.with a fine1 water rower now
;wdevelopln 40 n. p.. which can ba
oonaldarahly Increased: a rood
lock of flour and (rain, alao I
. rood horaei, a fine cowa. t helf
era, hoas, poultry; a complete
equipment of good farming
- toola. Thla property la located
In a thickly aetfod, highly lm-1
proved aertloa II mtles by' fine
roada from Ho rt land. Price for
'everything $10,800. Good terma
will be tnada, and aoma ex
'changa will ba considered.
Jwprovf n 1 0 acrea on elec
tric line; all splendid soil and
all In cultivation; good e room
house, good barn and other out
buildings; fins water, fruit and
hade; electric, lights In house;
riant on Salem and Portland
, auto road and only U mile from
station; only a few blocks from
fine school; a more desirable
. tract would ba difficult to find.
Price $1600. Terma $1800 cash,
easy terms on balance.
' For Exchange
Two acrea, all In high state
. of cultivation; good room
bouse, barn; horse, harness,
toola and furniture all go with
the place; only I blocks from
atatlon on . electric llna.dlVie
fare); price $3290. or would ex
changa for good, residence In
J10S acrea t Irrigated land In
Crook county, l!(r acres cleared.
7 room house and lot; would
accept a good HttlO farm.
Beautiful- building site on '
Portland Halghta, nearly K of
"an acre; for aala or would con-:
alder acreage. -
acres near electrto line:
good . houae and barn: 6 acrea
clears wants modern bungalow.
We have J lota, good loca
tion, that we can offer on mod
ern houae of. , about- t or T
room a '' . "v '
S0Q acres of first elaea wheat
:- tp4. j
? J00 acrei nnlmproyed land:
best Of aoll: only U mile from
good town, and four linea of ,
railroads); well watered; would
make fine stock ranch, or can
ba sold In small tracts to good '
80 acres, of, which about 6ft ,
acrea Is tha- best of creek bot-
tom land; nearly all 'fenced;
fine creek crosses; 8 acrea !
cieareo; -x mile from store and
poatof flee and 1 miles from
MllMaJ ..... PfpLI. A
f la In a thlcklv settled hla-hlv
,c,iwhu VIOL 11)11. J I IB UlUltHI 1 V
A fine 10 acra tract highly
improved, mile rrom town or
about 10,000 population.
amaii rarm in xamhlll county.
120 acres of unimprovedland ;
splendid soil.; on malq county
road, 4 miles from good rail
road town; price $10 per acre. .
. Might accept automobile In
good running order.
WNTtER' REALTY GO
2236 Board of Trade.
Marshall 1777. A 8307.
' 60 'Acres
h H nPatsJ AnnlA lanl IK a. m abi
rilff-a fimnlna snattai, . Iw W.fn 1
ings, $500 stock and Implements; grow-1
lntr. firrtna stK afas A urM f D.l.. I
vm -ij tt . uuvu J ll uuiiii" I
lng- crops 45 aores.
Many other farms of. rood nualltv.
See our lists.
10 acres orchard land near Rnttavllla.
U mile boat landlnar: nrice tlSOO: one-
third cash.- Will consider tmrte, fnrl
Portland property, .. .
izo acres. 80 acrea under- Blow. 80
acrea pasture, good houae, barn, spring
water and weH. : 2 ra ilea .railroad town, I
wnn una scnoois, phone, and R. F. IIUP A DEPOSIT ON ONE OF. THE
Price $4 ner acre. 12R00 cuah. halil TRAr-TS AND THEN VISIT THK
ance to suit at 6 per cent - ,
No. 1. Ttgardville, Or A fine 100 1
acre farm; the beet kind of Improve-1
raents;.river frontage; 1210 per acre. I
ixo, . -x lgaravuie. 40 acres. o acregiTRiH. COULD ANYTHING BE
flna crop: river frontage: wood and
pasture; fruit tha best but: $160 ter
acre. : . v - j : .
NO. 3. Tlaard. Or 1ft aero flna
home, all In fine croo: fine hnlldinBs: It
la iu. i aic tnrougn; is minutes rrom
electric station: orice should be- 84600.
NO. 4. Tualatin. Or. 16 acres, swell
home, .18U, acres fine crop, fine build-(not
Infra and fruits: all stock) and maohln-led
ery, excepting the furniture; price
should, be $62,000. but take a look: a nice
cuunu v nuroe. i
ro. a. a una 20 acre witn 11 acres
ne cron. and the verv best nt black
loam soil: lie fine: (k mile from r.
W. P. electrio station; the pries Is only
iznou; it is worth 13500. . ' v -No.
. U acre home: fine fruit: 4
acrea in cultivation; good large build
ings; fins view; a few-rods from a fine
graveled road into Portland; about 16
minutes' walk to electrio station, ' 40
mlmites Into Portland; price should be
io.?y v. us - acre nne farm, 1 no. I
J roods; fine commercial prune orchard;
ota of other fine, fruit; about 60 acres I
In -cultivation:' fina erort. but the cron I
belongs to tha renter: ,40 acres heavy
fine timber: spring and well water; fine
county tohUb; 1U miles to river and
Btores; price xauuu. . ? i
10 acrea lew!, tirlce S 1 fiftft 1 1 AAA naah I
will k.nilU Iki-' t V.A.,-a' I
cnicaen- nouse. . wt inoff tnia- to I
VOU. ! - ' f 1
128 acres, rjrice tl 00 ner acre: 40lfl0O DOWN 1 AND 87.60 PER MONTH
acrea in cultivation, balance pasture and I
orchard, apples, pears, prunes and small I
truit; good -7 room nouse, . barn 4 ox I
80; big straw barn and cattle shed, good
hog house; 1 mile . to school, grange
nan -ana store. . .
60 acres, -price $J1$ per acre. ' New
house, - new - barn, all boUdtogS new: !
25 acres under plow; 83 acres small I
stump innd, 13 acres oak timber, . :
TERMS on alt tha above r have manv
others; don't buy until ' you see. Wei
have city property- to sell and - busl-1
news chances; close In on the east aids
ana ciose in lots, van ana see us.
X. - Yamhill Land, Co. -1 r
t $19 Board of Trade bldg. ,,
' Phone Maln' 2906. , -r
o-.l ... V t -."'A '). :.' V
I what the Oreeka called tha "Ens"-
. , - ,
ll.k" .1.... .- I- H..a!i 1
soft shell walnut originated, there are
treea 1000 years eld which ara tha sola
maintenance of . four or five families:
think, of Ita 26 to 60 people living off
tha income from a single walnut tree.
The 0.-W.' p; & N, Col y
Advise the planting of the. walnut and
In one of, thoii namnhleta' aay: "In
the great Willamette basin walnuts
thrive and yU Id abundantly and at an
earlier aae than In any other locality.
Oregon walnuts are larger, finer fla
vored ana more unirorm in sise man
those a-rown elsewhere and 'brine? from
two to three cents a pound mora than
those from other groves." ;
Col .Henry Dosch. the Oregon pioneer
of walnut growing, aatd: "As a business j
proposition, ! Know or no oeiier in agri
cultural or horticultural, pursuits."
Prof.. C. I. laewla of tha Oregon Ex
periment atatlon. i writes: "In - estab
lishing walnut grovea we ara laying
the foundation for prosperity for a I
great many generations."
Mr. H. M. Williamson, secretary Ore
gon Board of Horticulture: "The man
who irtants a walnut orchard la making
provision for .himself, hla children and
his children a children.
Felix Oellett. veteran horticulturist
of (California: "Oregon la Jalngularly
adapted to raising wainuta"
The Encllsh walnut Is one of the best
paying crops in tnar. atata, nut ine area
there la i m tea on aocouni oi ine ex
treme drynrsa of. the climate and shal
There la no bank, railroad or other
stock that will nay ine prom to oe
reaped irom one oi our
Walnut and Prune Orchards
AND AN 'INVESTMENT IN ONE OF
THESE TRACTS IB SAFK AND BUKB.
A CROP FAILURE NEVER HAVING
BEEN KNOWN IN THIS DIBTKICT.
The :'"Prlno orchard, near McMlnn-I
ville, yielded 100 pounds of walnuts per
tree at mna years or age. za trees to
the acra i wood give a profit of over I
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Thfi ta I3n Pmilfl
The Italian Prune
Which we' use ag a filler while the
walnut treea are maturing Is the best
paying crop of any of the deciduous
fruits grown In this state.
Mr. J. VPV French, one of the largest
and most successful ' growers of the
Italian prune in Clarke county. Wash.,
says he has always made- money .from
hla prunes and . thla year Ue packers
"are offering eight cents per pound for
tne ariea rruic, wnicn win give ine
owner of a full bearing orchard a net
profit of at least $350 per acre $3600
to the owner of a ten acre orchard.
ONE OF THESE TRACTS WILLPAY
A PROFIT OF OVER
400 Per Cent Annually ..
at the price which we ask. $92 per acre,
payments covering a period of four
years.' The balance, $208 per acre, you
can nay out of tha profits of the orch
ard, and we do the planting, spraying.
pruning and cultivating until the trees
begin to bear commercially, clvlna them
Just as good care as though you were
living there. In fact it is not neces
sary that you ever live on the tract.
as there are plenty of buyera who will
Duy your crop on ine tree ana you win
HO. VI. ATI iflCOm6 thftt Will llllt VA11 AbOVfl
. ' . . " t "
anl. or care ror tne ruture
.OUR TRAfTH 'ABR NOT A WAT
OFF IN SOME REMOTE PORTION OF
THE' STATE. IT IS ONLY 90 MIN
UTES' RIDE FROM PORTLAND TO
SALEM AND ANY-PERSON PUTTING
PROPERTY AND ARE DISSATISFIED
WITH THEIR BARGAIN WILL- BE
REFUNDED THEIR MONEY AND
PAID THE EXPENSE OF THEIR
I FAIRER T
We Protect Our Friends
Any person buying one ' of these
s, later discovering that they can
carry out the contract, are protect
from loss by a three-montha non
(forfeitable clause 4n the contract and
I we will resell his tract durina that
time watnoui expense to ine seller.
"There Is No Reason Why the
Poor Man Should Remain For-
miar Dnnr ft
, v v vi - I tryi i
And this may aDDl.v to women u well
as men. One woman of this city invest
ed her "Din monev" a few veara a am in
an orchard tract When her husband
died, soon after business reverses, his
widow would have been comnelled trt
learn her living and that of her children
I by tolling for a daily wage. Shes Is
living in Irvington In comfortable clr-
cumstanoes irom mat Wise investment.
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TT fVXt AT Q rVXTV WP -. k l-m W
: :, - xtuxsm.
vk jouk years WITHOUT
' ': - . ''-'
uuxt YfJitmo ujv the io-acke
$200 DOWN 'AND $16 PER MONTH
' 31$-$14 Selling
f ; , Main $201
On Easy Terms
. Here you have excel
lent soil, purest air, and
. . ..
r- ftfrlwme making. Right
flAflr fhft rntftr f tr
near the center of the
city; only a JO minute
ride. If you Intend pur
chasing ati '.-':"
You Win Make Money,
Phone, Main Tt 89, A-3&14
:. in Automobiles
232 Chamber of Commerce
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We are no longer surorised
when we hear thatS new en
terprise has been located on
the Peninsula. Since the first
of the month there have come
to.w midst many new con
cerns with large .capital, How
does it sound to you to hear
that ground has been pur
chased for a $50,000 hospital
ground has been broken for a
$75,000 university building,
contracts signed -for a $500,-
000 Packing Plant, all ' within
the past two weeks,- where
millions have been previously
invested, ' ;
I , U ' U M W44 U U ... 1
Study the map, .uonayo'j
,1 i I . -L-'i. . tl-..I. f.'iL'
see max univereny raric is ir
eanlar .if oil thie UftAa
lCllltl VI Ull llllvl TIVIIUl
work? Factories, freigj , : a
commerce on all .sides Uni
versity, public schools, I Jii
ne.s$ - houses,! two f national
banks, : two . private v Danks,
hard surfaced streets;., .wide
alleys, the only 100 ft;, boule
vards' in Portland. Where is
there a city of 100,000 popu
lation that can boast of as
many resources. to back it as
the Peninsula has with Univer
sity Park as its center? Don't
you', see that University Park
will soon be the business cen
ter of 100,000 population.
Why don't you avail your
self of this last opportunity to
get a lot on easy monthly in--stallments?
The land is
practically all broken up into
lots and only a few , are now
In , the hands of the original
owners. Alter passing out
from the addition owners de
mand large cash payments
before they sell, ;
. The cheapest lots' 50x1 00
now being $650, terms, 1 0
per cent cash, balance $10
monthly. Only a few left,
t7; amlol ?
406 ACHES $26'PE9;'AGIIE
We offer In thla 40f acra farm ana
Of the- best buys In Oregon. It Is
located Just $ miles south af Port
land. There are 408 acres, J 00 acres
in cultivation ana in croD. balance
altering timber and excellent pasture
fcntire tract can be cleared at a very
Smiilt Cfi, mnA m a.. 1 1 It
Is one of the beat dairy, grain and stock
ranches In the state. There ara two
dwelling housea. one a very fine two
story rrame house or rooms. There
re 8 fine frame barns, snd lots of .out
buildings. Good orchard, good soring
at tha house. Just 800 yards from good
school. Telephone In the house. This
elegant farm is la one of tha prettiest
parts or the valley; - The land is slight
ly rolling, just right for drainage. The
price with lota of personal property Is
only 826 per acre; U cash, balance f
per cent Buy this tract and double
37- Acres for Trade
Thla Is excaotlonallv choice 37 aorea
lies right along tha Salem eleotrio car-
line and close to station. It la all In
high stats of cultivation, lies perfectly,
no rock or gravel. Choicest of loose!
mellow loam and . perfectly drained.
Oood f room house, barn and outbuild
ings. Nice orchard. Just 4i mils to I
Station. Ws havo never ' examined a
nicer tract than this one. About 60
minutes from city llmlte. Price for
this elegant tract Is onlr 87600. Will
exchange this tract for Portland prop
erty, musi pa good value.
Will Trade This Xhblce 60
This 00 acra farm la lust 9 miles from
tha city limits of Portland.. 1H miles
from elation on Q. W. P. carl Ine, and
la decidedly ono or the handsomest and
best tracts we have over seen. There I
are 0 acres, to acres In high state I
VSSUSl: ard wT.nVai:
lenge anyone to show better soil than
this, oood 1 1 - room house. plastered.
large barn snd outbutldtnga. Price
$18,000. Would trade for city property,
160 Acres -$2600
Thla la a choleo farm home. There
ara 160 acres. 12 acrea In crop, 80 acrea I
practically ciearea, a.uuo.ouu ree.i good
iir timoer. z nice streams or water.
Good spring at boune. Oood 6 room
rnstio house, small barn and outbuild-
nas. There are 300 bearing fruit trees
of all varieties. Lota of grapes, ber
ries and flowers. This Is a snap. Price
oniy izeoo; casn. naianca s years s
per cent interest, j
HARGROVE I Si SONS,
128 N.-6th st. cor. 'Oth and Glisan.
Main 4381. A-7260. .
jLEWEIL, CLEIKEI LITI
W .T0WM8ITE8 '
Tha new townslto of Roches
ter la located In a very rich val
ley,, at the junction of three great
railroads In operation. New ELEC-.
TRIG LINE to be built at once.
Four miles pf this lino completed .
and cars are running. A big fac
tory is now under construction
, and new - homes , and business )-
houses are going up. - , .
' YOUR OPPORTUNITY -
' v Put a few dollars in Rochester
while the prices ara within your,
, reach. Get a home that will sup
, port you' and an Investment that
will make you big monev. Med-
ford. North Yakima. Spokane and
dotens of other towns made for
tunes for the buyers who bought
- when these towns started.
Prices will bo raised $0 per cent
on July first While they last
we -will sell - level, cleared - lota
right at the Junction of these rail
roads, close- to school, stores and t
depot for only 26 each, on terma
Three hundred lots Bold- In Port- .
. land last month. Everybody that
t sees Rochester buys mora.-
:- ' BUY THEM NOW
' t. : Tl
And let someone, pay you a prof
it. Those who':-buy -before the
prices raise are going to make tha :
big profit. Don't wait until the
best ara gone. : Call,, or. writs for
. booklet ' . . 1
; We- aro owners, not agents, and .
we i sell on small monthly pay
ments. Warranty, deed andrfnso
- absyraot. . ;-. ' 1 -. . 1
AMERICAN HOME JNV. CO.
1016' Chamberof Commerce
,1 Stark, Bet 3d and 4th. .
. The Opening 'of the" '
' TownOfL'yle '
- Is the real estats sensation- of tha . "
, year. . . . ,
,v There are splendid bargains in
- . business and .-.residence lots on i
f graded etreets, with cement walks
and curbs at prices ranging from k
$360 to $760, all Improvements in- V
eluded. A j - i ,
Many new buildings ara" to go y v
up at onca Lyla la more active ''
than any city in tha west today.-'
Get in before the best lots are T
gone. Sand postal for illustrated :
, circular, maps, price list, ate. '
- 1 Keasey.Humason & -
- Jeffery, r.
j . -; . Dealers In Land.
Chamberof commerca, Portlsnd. Or.
3: m -ABSffiF
I CM TME EIVER G3C3
1 sere ranch, right on tha river.
opposite town, ranoh all la high
siato of cultivation, 1$ bvarliia
frult treea, fair house, severe!
chicken houses, large shed anl .
toot house, watered by . a well,
la on main-county road, H mil
to school snd M mile to stnra.
Il ridge across to tha tows., rin
garden at present pleated to pa '
tatoes. cabliage. sweet corn, to
ma toes. .- peas, lettuce, strawber -rlaa.
Just a cosy little farm on tha '
river bank. -
Price $0O Ask about It. - f
RALPH ACKLET LAND XU '
170 Fifth St. .
Opposite Poatof floe. .
$202) 0WM-$5 ALOT
I acres rich blank land, 1 acra
la apple orchard, balance in clov
er. This choice piece of land lies .
right near tha carllno and on a
wide graded county road only 40
minutes' ride from tha city llm-'
Its, cloaa to stores and school.
Under woven wire fence.
Excellent drainage, no rock or
J ravel, all rich black mellow gar
en soil, which yon can plow any
tlmo of year.
$1000 $200 down, $5 a month.
$ per cent Interest.
RALPH ACKLHY LAND CO,
, 170 Fifth St
Opposite Postof flee.
This modern 4 room bungalow
la built on a sightly lot has
large reception hall and bedroom,
fina big clothes closet front and
rear porches, double constructed
floors and walla, cement bsse
ment streets graded and aide
walks in, porcelain hath, living
and dining rooms, linen closet,
built-in window seat, built-in hall '
. aeafe- china closet built In. piste
rail In dining room, Dutch kitch
en, wood Jlft. percelaln sink with
-backvptped and wired for gas and
electricity; house Is new.' .
Price $1300 Essy terms.
; RALPH ACKLKY LAND CO,
.. 170 Fifth St. , , ,.
a, opposlto Postoffloa,
160 aero farm. 80 acres In eultt
'Jvatlon and In crop,' located In tha
Willamette valley, on main countr
road, cloaa to store and school t 80 "
euititt. iq 4eUsvAtloaJa the follow.
Ing crops: 49 aores In fall wheat,, -16
acres In clover, 17 acrea in
spring oats, 4 acres In clover pas
ture. 2 acres In garden consisting
of potatoes, corn, etc., 2 acrea In
bearing orchard; balance of place
is partly seeded to paatura, soma
young timber., ... v.
All of thee rops on this place
show up better thaa any place we
have aeen this seaaon In the Wil
lamette valley. , . -
The soil is first class, partly
hot aoll and partly black loam.
Has Ideal drainage. , Tha ranch
Is all enclosed by good fences and
cross-fences. This li t flrst-clsBS
plsce for grain snd fruit ..
We are offering thla at a sacri
fice price for the next few days at .
876 per acre. , No land In this vi
cinity can be bought for anything
near this price. -. .
$3000 will handle thla ' Balanca
on long time to suit purchaser.
RALPH ACKLKY LAND CO, !
170 Fifth St.
' -"i - Opposite Postof f lco.. ' s
Thoroughly , modern ; 6 room
bungalow on a. corner, near car
line. 2 large; bedrooms with
clothes closets, cement basement,
has porcelain bath, washbowl, liv
ing and dining room, linen closet
v in bathroom; china closet built In,
plate , rail ln dining room. ' f inn ,
largo Dutch " kitchen, - woodllft. i
porcelain sink with back, wire for
electricity. House la new.
Only $1700 Terms. -RALPH
ACJCLEY LAND CO,
170 Fifth St.
Opposite postoff ice. -
Tha best railroad waltlnr room
- stand in the city doing a business
of $200 a week. - Full line of can
dy, cigars, etc. Complete outfit
for bathers,. 100 suits, 8 years'
lease at $50 a month In summer
and $26 a month in winter, free
light and fpel, no competition per-,
mltted by the railroad company
within a mile of it. Price $100.
RALPH ACKLKY; IAND CO, ;
- . 170 Fifth St. r
?i tTimm TrrinirM?
yztutiaV yicinira t ,f - -
i : room bungalow with 8 larga
1 bedrooms, front-and rear powbes,
lot 90x110 ft..-4 blocks- to school,
woodshed, chicken house, etc This ,
. is a bargain In a town noted for
Its fina ollmate, near the coast i "
f RALPH ' ACKLKY LAND CO,
- ' i. 170 Fifth St.
Opposite Postofflca. - , '
75 MlSIESfiES B0TTC.11
Thfa fine ranch in ths WUlam.
, , ette valley has iO acrtrs In crop,
I running water, good well 'Wlitt
4v pump, fair .house, two good barns,
acre bearing orchard, dairy out
'.rr - fit milk cans, cream aeparator.
10 i first class ; Jersey s . cows, i
i vearllnaa. . 1 registered ' bull, 7
plrs. 60 chickens. 4 hordes, wagon,
buggy, 3 seta harneKS. plow. tik,
. " harrow, ail amall tools. Place lies
V' '"-on malft-county road with cream
. . and mall route.
f Price $8009 Easy terms.
... ! 170 f If t H'. .
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