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All Things Come to Him Who
You never got any thing good in your life by waiting for it to
come to you. We can't bring THE METHOW VALLEY to your
door and force you to take advantage of the opportunity it gives
you to become independent in a few years.
We Can Tell You Abont It and Show You the Land.
We have 3500 acres now under water for you to choose from.
The valley is the most beautiful in the state.
We build all laterals and deliver the water on the highest point
on your tract. •
We furnish 6 cubic feet of water a minute to each ten acre tract,
equal to a 2 inch rainfall every 24 hours.
Our terms are 1-4 cash, balance in 3 equal annual payments
with 6 per cent interest.
We give deed and lend you the money to complete the purchase when one-half the purchase
price has been paid.
Our price is lower than any irrigated land in the state.
22 Wenatchee Avenue South
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WQRIiD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1909.
Take the Boat at Wenatchee-Get off at Pateros-See the Methow Valley.
Goes and Gets Them
Buy now, you will pay more if you wait
Five Acres are Enough; Twenty Acres a Fortune.
F. R. COLBERT
EXCLUSIVE WENATCHEE AGENT