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Three miles from Phoenix, in heart
of the Sugar Beet Country, two miles
from Fair Ground Car Line. The
new Glendale Line will run probably
within half a mile, half mile from
Alhambra on the Santa -Fe. One
and one-half miles from Indian School
Car Line, five miles from the Sugar
Factory and Glendale. All these
advantages insure high priced land
as well as convenience for occupant.
This large tract of 580 acres has
been sub-divided into 10, 20 and 40
acre tracts. Some of these tracts
are already in Alfalfa, and have
regular water. They will be sold at $160 per acre. The balance are level and ready for the water,
and the prices are from $125 to $140 per acre. These prices will average from $30 to $50 per acre
below the selling prices of the adjoining lands.' '
Glendale Loess and Maricopa Sandy Loam. The top
notch quality for Sugar Beets, Canteloupes, fruit of
all kinds or Alfalfa. There is a small Orange Grove of
thrifty five year old trees on the tract, another half
a mile away.
You make your first profit when you buy, you are
sure of that; if you improve, it will pay a fine income,
that is your second sure profit; when you sell you are
equally sure of another profit. The terms are easy
One-third cash, balance 8 per cent.
Whether you want a home or an investment it matters
not, this is both, and unequalled in the Valley for either.
L. J. RICE & COMPANY
- , 37 West Adams Street.