The Graham Leader. (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, September 24, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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All Kinds of Land Propositions from a 40-acre Farm to a 10,000-acre
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SPECIAL IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT
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| No. 330. 223 acres in tract, 180 tillable, 80 ip cultivation, bal-
ance timbered land, tank, two wSlls, plenty of fine water, two sets of
^houses, Stroora house with hall, 9-room house, cribs, lots, chicken
house, cellar at eachplaoe, two small orchards, 1 1-4 miles from
school, 8 mi|es from Graham. /
No. 340. 630 acres In tract, 600 tillable, 300*" In cultivation, bal-
. anoe grass land, two tanka, five wells, live sets of houses with Im-
pnovemsols. 3-room house porch on two sides, 2-room house, 3-room
house, 2-room house and 2-room house, barn, sheds,, etc., with each
house, well at eaeh place, 1 1-4 mites from* school, oh Loving RFD
> No 1. 13 miles from Graham. First clasa proposition.
r— ■ No. 5&. WO acres in tract, 400 til table, all good grass mesquite
land, fenced with fourwire fence, two good tanks, 2 miles from church
%nd school, 12 south of Graham. This would make an ideal ranch.
, Can ha bought aS a bargain.-,.rr——.....•— •-—-—;—rry—
No. 142, 642 aoresdn tract, 500 tillable, 25d in cultivation, two
tanks, well and cistern, four sets of houses with good barns, 5-room
house, two porches and cistern; 2-room house with well in yard;
1-rcom house, also 1-room house, barns, lots, etc., two orchards, 31-2
miles from school, 11 south of Graham, lies in Brazos valley. This
Is ode of the best corn and cotton farms in the county. Never known
to make an absolute failure. . *■
No., 843. >180 aches In tract, 130 tillable, 50 in cultivation, tank.
4 house, two 1$ ft room with porch, nice barn 19-18, shedded on south,
se* small orchard^ 1*4 mile from church and school; 6 miles from Gra-
ham, 1 mile from Dalun.
No. 344. 160 acres in tract, 140 tillable, 25 in cultivation, good
grass, tank, 1-2 mile from school and church, 5 miles from Loving,
i—fctas in gooa ssotiaa of anaiy. ——■— -----J----J-----------——-------------
No. 345. *155 acres In tract, af tillable, 110 acres in farm, lies in
solid body without a break. One of the best farms in the County, lies
BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS;
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No. 357. 676 acres in tract, 525 tillable, 40 in cultivation, land is
stul Falls. 30 southwest of Graham. Lies In proposed route of tfxe
extension of the W. F. ~4t S: railway. Plenty of coal land lying
around. Perhaps underlaid itself. . ^
. No. 3W. 50 1-4 acres in tract, all unimproved land, soil a dark
chocolate loam, located 13 mileA southwest of Graham* Country sur-
rounding it is a mesqutts valley prairie, could be easily put in culti-
vation, all tillable, a small tract located on Duff Prairie ~
No. 380. 160 acres in tract, 100 tillable land, 35 in cultivation,
balance good grass. There is a dugout on the land, located 1 1-2
Utiles from school and church, pot far from Spring t’reek, lies in a*
good section of country. A bargain at the figures offered.
ita. 360. 320 actes in tract, 290 tillable. 160 in cultivation, tank,
well, nice 3-room house, small bam, 1 mile of church and school, 8
from Olney. A good piece of land. v. >' ......
No. 361. 3<6 acres in tract, 360 tlllabls land, 275 in cultivation,
four good tanks, two wells, two houses, ons 5-room house and porch
and 2-room house, lots, cribs, etc., young orchard of 200 trees, 1 mile
pf school, northwest of Proffitt, 10 wssf of Newcastle.
► fine, orchard.
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a dark rich sandy loam. Owner desires to sell and leave oounty and
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No. 346. 160 aeres in tract, 140 tillable, 25 in farm, good grate
and tank. 1 t-4 niilrs from aohool.- A farm. —..........,—4—-
No. 347. 480 acres in tract, 30OttllaMe, 160 in cultivation, three
tanks, well and cistern, 6-room house, sheds, lots, granary^ hog pens,
pasture, etc., young orchard, -3-4 mile from school, 1 mile from Ellas-
ville. A fine proposition at figures now offered. ‘ - •
in tract, 110 tillable, 35 in cultivation, 3-room
s, etc., youngorohard, 1 mile from school and
y .■ No. 349. 206 acres
house, criiis, lots, sheds, . . , . . .
- church. Soil is black loam, fine for.cotton, wheat and oats.
No. 360. 401 acres in tract, 100 tillable, 55 in cultivation, balance
good grass, good tanks and Cistern, 2-room house with porch, barns,
lots, sheds, etc., 2 miles from church and school, 7 miles of Graham.
This farm lies in good .csmmunlty.
No. 351. 461 acres in tract, 125 tillable, 50 In cultivation, tank,
cistern, 4-room house with hall, cellar, barn,, lota, sheds, horse past-
ure, etc.. Ideated about 10 miles south of Graham. The ,owner has
plaoed very liberal price pn it. Will take as part of oaih payment
good team of mules or horses. Come at onoe if you want this tract.
No. 352. 158(acres in tract, 55 tillable, -school house on corner of
land, lies 0 miles north of Murray, 15 southweat of Newcastis, located
on Elbert and Murray road, three surveys west of PniffUjtfnnd Murray
road. All unimproved, but would make a splendid farm.
No. 353. 320 acres in tract, 20d tillable, 2 1*2 miles from c^urp^
b, and school, lies north of Graham 2 1-2 miles. Would make a nice
home or good investment.
No. 354. 80 acres ia tract, 35 tillable, 10 in cultivation, tank and
cistern, 5-room with porch and hall, barns, sheds, etc., orchard with
65 bearing trees, 2 miles from ohurch and school on public road.
No 355. 150 acres in tract, 100 tillable, 45 in cultivation, 5-room
house, two tanks, 2 miles west of Graham. 2. 395-acres in tract, 200
1 of Graham. 3. 88 1-3
1-4 mile <
No. 362. 160 acres in tract, 86 tillable, 55 in cultivation^ three
tanks, cisterni two-room house with porch, good hall, cribs, lota,
sheds, etc., 1 1-2 miles of Ivan, where there is good school, stores, etc.
No. 363. 160 acres.'in tract, 150 tillable, all fenced and 150 acres
in cultivation, tank, cistern, windmill, water piped to house and barn,'
40q yards*of%outh Bend store,’ close to gin’ and ^stmtiss
southwest of Graham, fins river valley land, rich and productive.
There la a good barn 10x20, sheds and lots granary holds 600 bushels,
seed house, young orchard of 75 trees, 1 mfle of school and Church.
For a short while can l*- bough4£|u>ap.
No. 364. 180 acres In trapty all tillable, 28 aqres In cultivation,
1 rl1’ .f-room house with porches, jots, .heds^,
you**-orchard, l 1*2 miles of school sweated on Graham and Henri*
etta, o miles northeast, good mesquite valley land. -
' m'l^ 'JW aSes'In tract, 221 tillable^ m in cORIvaClon, g^ “
well and two cisterns, two sets of houses, 3-room house and hall, 2* •
room bouse with side room, lota, sheds, small orchard, 2 miles from
school and church, a large tabernacle at church where all public gath-
erings are held, 4 1*2 miles south of Graham, a sandy land farm and
one of the best in the oounty. it lies on the public road and ia a bar-
gain at the figures offered. Nioe pecan orchard. You cant beat it.
No. 3M, U8 acres in tract, 00 tillable, 65 in cultivation, foil a
dark sandy loam, 5-room house on public road, 6 miles from Graham,
This farm is located on the Gfaham and Seymour road west of bridge.
* No. 367. 168 acres In tract, all good, smoothe, tillable land,
L dark sandy loam, with red olav sub-soil, 130 in cultivation, balance in
pasture, well watered, 4-room house, modern, young orchard, fine well
of toft water, in ymrd. Located 1 1-2 miles southeast of Spring Creek.
It is fine land ana lies in a good section of the epupty.
No. 368. 390 acres in tract, 360 tillable, small patch in cultiva-
tion, good 4-room house and porch, one of the finest wells in the whole
, country, cow sheds, etc.,* all fenoed, lies northeast of Graham and
south of Loving. You wtTl note that this tract Is all tillable. The un-
improved portion is post oak valley land, it is heavy land, dark choc-
olate loam, will urodupe anything that will grow in this climate, some
splendid timber for this country, Owner wants to sell bad and is of-
fering it cheap. Be does not live hire and wants to get his property
No. 369. 160 acres in tract, 156 tillable, good grass iand, 21-2
miles from school and church, not far from Spring Creek, northwest
of NewCMllsr ~ This section of the country is coming to the front. Get
in the road and come and let us shoes it to you. \
No. 370. 160 acres in tract. 65 fenced in field, about 50 in cultiva-
tion, 100 tillable, balance good grass, a little broken but not rough,
5-room box house, 16x16, oistern, Cribs 9x20, 9 foot wall with sheds on'
each side, lota, good tanks. Lies in. a gbod country west of Olney. We
would be pleksed to show you.
No. 271. 132 acres In tract, mpst all tillable, 30 or 40 acre# in
cultivation, lies on the Graham and Farmer fttad, school house on
corner of land, prairie country surrounding, good mesquite valley
land. This proposition is alright, and oan be bought at nioe flgurqs.,
No; 372. 932 acres in tract, and Is divided into six divisions.
Division No. 1. has 160 acres; No. 2, 160 acres; No. 3,197.2 acres; No
4, 172.8 acres; No. 5, 117.5 acres; No. 6, 114.5 acres. This is mesquite
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No. 373. SJO Acres in. tract, 80 in cultlva
good grass lknd, lies 4 1-2 miles n<
Farmer road, post oak apd-mesouito____
easily put inta ration,
Crffi; runs thru the land, natural otaoTfor
be put into operation m iSSTexp^LST
ition, 500 tillab j
Graham on <JH
Lon of this
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mors than 50 feet
part/diSstrss can be cut up lnto Mnadl°:rafS^^ W i l ^oL
’•^***1* mllee from scb^Vnd^u^h. lieswe^^’
west fro® Newcastle. A good proposition. AlOBO of his
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No. 377 100 acres in tract. 30 in cult®1?® S-
8° 1] a chocolate loam, located 5 miles north ■» h,
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i1*"? *A 2-room hoime^abeds, tani
No. 37fL 211 Macros in trkot, 35 in 1
k dark sandy loam, located 6 mil
Olney road, mesquite prairie la
rhicharenew, good birn 13^16,
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sheds, good oelUr, etc. Salt Cr___ __________ ___
the taaot. Small orchard on thelsl q t.
sides of the tract. ~ | have 3 L
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No. 379. 168 acres in tract, It,
house, cellar, etc., cribs, sheds, loi
from Spring Creek, 10 titles from C
No. 380. 80 acres in tract, 76 t
58 acres in cultivation, 3-room hous
sheds, 11-2 miles from Spring€n
No. 381. 80 acres in tract, 75 ___________
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Orth. • A good proposition.
No. 382. 14 acres in tract, 10
creak, 10 in cultivation, 11*2 miles
from Spring Creek, 12 sbuthfrest of
tillable, two tanks, on public road, Indies west of Graham,
acres in tract, 40 tillable, 20 in cultivation, on public road,
from school, small house and barn. \
No. 356. 240 aoei In tract, 235 tillable, 196 in oultivai
fenoed, tank, well with windmill, cistern, 8-room house, cellar, 160 ft.
of porch, house In good repair,,, two fire pleoes, shed%, lots, three
granaries, corn, wheat and oats shedded, fine orchard, 1 1-2 mile of
school and ohurch,7 miles north of Graham. Lies in good communi-
ty and is known as one of the finest farms ln4he oounty.
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FOR PRICES AND TERMS SEE OR WRITE US. WE SHILL BE PLEASED TO FURNISH SAME AND ANY FURTHER MFORMATIOH DESIRED. FARMS $10.0f
built last fall, cribs and sheds, 11-i
miles from Spring Creek, 12 miles
ley land, noh ana productive
No. 384. One store house, 24x4<
and sheds and lot, 50x150 feet, with
the town of Spring Creek. A good
^ thousands,, of acres of farming land,
sequence one of the best places ln‘
, substantial business. Owner wants i
' If you what it oome and see it and be
is all right.
some on* *
n the street
nth their teat
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pen. It was
No. 385. 57 acres in the tract,
Craek, where there is school, churci
Also 3 acre-town lot. Good 2-room _
lots snd sheds, two wells, all fenoed a;
Creek. If you desire a proposition of
We can loan you money on short notice. Don't have to wait for an inspector to
distant town to inspect your land. We do this ourselves and get your loan closed up a
your money in a few days. Oan loan you $300.00 just as easy as $5000.00. ■,*,
If the payments pn your laDd is to<y heavy and you desire to have the time extend
payments made smaller, see us and we can make the arrangements. This will give you an
ty to use this money in improving, buying land, etc.
REMEMBER THAT WE DO OUR OWN AND YOU GET YOUR MONEY IT ONCE NO DELAY.
OEO M. Md-AREN.
rop flat or and OensraV Manager
YOUNG COUNTY ABSTRACT AND TITLE CO.
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