Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide for 1904 Page: 444
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THE TEXAS ALMANAC.
TEXAS PUBLIC FREE SCHOOL LAND
Ten million acres still unsold at from
$1 to $2 p r acre on forty years time, onlv
ont--fotieth payable in cash, balance forty
years after date at only three per cent in-
terest. To learn all about this land and
how to buy it, send $1 to undersigned for
hiq new school land book anrd State map
with the official rules and regulations of
the Lan., Office and complete instructions.
ASHBY S. JAMES,
SPECIAL SCHOOL LAND ATTORNEY,
$15,000 cash buys 1920 acres section
9, 17 and 23, in block B2, Pecos
Co., Tex.; $500 cash. Take your
choice of either of the three sec-
tions. $4000,20-acre garden, 2 miles
of Dallas court house, has 500 peach
trees,about 200 pecan trees, cutand
make 100 lots 50x150 as the city
grows. $25,000 buys200acres Imile
north of Dallas city limits. An ex-
pert in handling lots can make
Kirkpatrick & Munden,
30 Main St., Dallas, Tex.
WM HUGGLN ,5
Real Esta te
Attorney at Law.
Huggins & Treadwell
REAL ESTATE AND LAW
Corsicana(Navarro County,) TexaS.
The home of the stock farmer;
good land, good grass, the best
watered and the healthiest county
in Texas. Write for booklet of in-
formation. "No trouble to answer
H. C. ODLE, Real Estate Agent.
I HAVE IT
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
I have lands of all kinds and de-
scriptions all over Texas at $1.50 to
$50 per acre. I have a great many
bargains in city property, which is
destined (Mineral Wells) to be the
greatest health resort in the Unit-
GEO. P. BARBER,
Mineral Wells. Texas.
For Sale-3000 acres improved
stock farm in Panhandle of Tex.
(Crosby Co.), all smooth, rich prai-
rie land, covered with thick coat
mesquite grass; 200 acres in culti-
vation; will produce cotton, wheat,
alfalfa, maize, Kaffir, sorghum, mil-
let. or most anything raised in Tex.
The finest stock farming part of
Tev.: perfect title; $4.00 per acre,
Iprt long time; also smaller tracts.
Add. Owner, box 58, Emma, Tex.
THE TEXAS ALMANAC.
Attention Homeseeker-We have
the best county in northeast Texas.
I make specialty of finding homes
for people of moderate means.
Lands from $5 to $25 per acre.
Products: corn, cotton, Irish and
sweet potatoes, oats, goobers, rib-
bon cane, sorghum, all kinds fruits
and vegetables. Splendid water;
good health; stamp for reply.
M. M. PRUITT, The Land Man,
DAMON & GIBSON
Farms and Pastures for sale in Navarro
and adjoining Texaq counties. 17,000
acres in the Tampico country, Mexico.
Send for our Land List.
FOR FARS OF ANY SIZE,
In the Great Agricultural and
F ult Belt,
Cash or Easy Termn , Address
J. F. EVANS,
Hale Co., Tex.-For bargains in
real estate in Hale and adjoining
counties, the great shallow water
belt of the "Plains," and the best
stock farming country in the west.
Also yields from one-third to one-
half bale.of cotton per acre: alfalfa
land that yields three to six tons
per acre, write Skaggs & DeLay,
F. B. Williams. T. J. Primm.
F. B. WILLIAMS & CO.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
General Investment Brokers.
We Negotiate Trades Every-
where. Reference: Any bank
or business man of Waco.
Waco, EcLennan County, Texa.
Notice to Homeseekers - 25,000
acres of land in solid body in
"Coast Country of TeX," at Clip, in
Goliad Co., in tracts to suit pur-
chasers. Frontage of '10 miles on
San Antonio river, 8 miles on So.
Pac. Ry., adjoins town of Goliad,
the county seat. Clip station, on
said property, is a beautiful loca-
tion well adapted to town site.
Property suitable for colonization.
Climate healthy. Water shallow and
abundant. Prices, terms reasonable.
Further information apply to own-
er, W. T. McCampbell,Victoria, Tex.
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