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title: 'The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. (Tucumcari, N.M.) 1907-1921, September 07, 1907, Image 7',
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Have just moved into their excellent office on the ground floor on Second street just south
of the First National Bank in the Gerhard t building and are now prepared to do business. We
handle all kinds of property and charge five per cent, commission on sales, payable to us by the
parties selling. We will advertise the properties we have for sale but we expect parties whose
property we have for sale to give us a reasonable time in which to sell it. We have had success
with most of the property that has been given us for sale. Heretofore we have not had a suitable
We are now Ready!
Give us a chance to sell your city property, your
farms or your ranches. We offer the following, if it is
not sold before you buy.
160 acres one mile from the city, well fenced, splen
did house and out houses including" about S3, 000 in im
provements. 75 acres in crops that will show for them
selves . Party owning has had four years of good crops
on this land. Last year the 75 acres netted him $990
and the crop is better this year. This is the greatest
bargain in land around Tuoumcari and is offered for
the reason that the party owning it is contemplating
going into other business. This farm will doubtless be
a part of the city in five years, Possession given after
crop season. One-third of sixty-five acres of corn to
be put in crib, and 1 Mj acre of watermelon patch, and
acre of bean patch. Price, $6,000, Cash.
One business lot 28x85, on Second street facing
east, almost opposite Jones, the Jeweler's new building.
The cheapest business lot considering location in the
city. Price, Si, 600.
One five room modern adobe building on the south
side of High Street, 100x142 foot lot. This is one of
the most beautiful and best located residences in the
city. It is plastered and tastily designed on the out
side and is plastered and papered on the inside. It is
opposite a splendid red stone building now under con
struction. Hrice $2,500.00
One lot almost opposite the Nichols houses 50x142,
fronting east on Second street. A bargain at 400.
100x142 feet on the corner of Monroe street and
McGee avenue. Price $500
Lot No. 5 in block 22 of the Russell Addition. Lot
fronts north. Price, $350.
Two lots on the east side of Third street, 50x142
feet, between Laughlin and McGee streets. $250 each.
Lot No. 5 in block 2$, 50x142 feet, fronting east,
on Second street. Price, $450.00.
One splendid four-room house and dug-out on a lot
facing east, just south of the Public School building on
a lot 50x142 feet. Price, 1400.00, xa cash, balance on
on repsonable terms.
Lot 4 in block 13 of Gamble Addition. Price, $110.
Lot 10 in block 14, Gamble Addition. Price, $110.
Two lots on the northeast corner of Second and
Hancock streets, one 100x142 teet, Price, $1100.00.
Four lots between Hancock and Laughlin Aves.,
fronting east, 200x142 leet, one corner. Price, $1850.00
The Ed Ellis place on the west side of Second street
on lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Original Townsite. The prop
erty fronts 100 feet on Aber street and 142 feet on Sec
ond street, making, a nottheast corner of it. The im
provements on same are worth $2000.00, Price, $6500.00
The manager of this Company is manager of the
Highland Park Addition, and he assures the public that
the contract for the improvement of the Park has been
let, and the Company will not spare money nor effort
to make it the most beautiful of all Tucumcari's sub
urban residence property. Lots 50x142, $50 to $65,
lA cash, balance in reasonable payments. They have
also subdividnd 30 acres lying against the south side of
the Addition into five-acre blocks with road for ingress
and egreas. Price, $75.00 to $90.00 per acre.
100x142 on the northwest corner of Laughlin and
Second streets, in the McGee addition due east and
just across the street from where two $1,500 houses are
being erected. Price $700.
One 2-room house in the Russell addition. A bar
gain at $650.
A few choice lots in the Barnes addition at $150
and $200. Let us help you pick some of them and dou
ble your money.
Six lots on the west side of Second street just south
of where the two storyresidence is being constructed,
between Hancock and Laughlin streets, McGee Ad
dition. $450, and $600 per lot.
100x142 feet on the corner of McGee and Third
One lot facing east on Second street, between Mc
Gee and Gaywell Aves., Price, $450.00.
100x142 feet on the east side ol Third street, be
tween McGee and Gaywell Aves. One lot is a corner.
Lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 3 of the Russell Addition.
$275.00 for corner and $225.00 for inside lots.
One six-room first class dwelling with outhouses,
on the north side of High street, on lots 100x14.2 feet,
a nor iieast corner. Price, $2000.00. Look at this.
We have 1-2 block on Second street in Gamble Addition, $65o. We can find Relinquishments
at $150 and up.
We want all the Patented Land we can get for sale, as we have written over a thousand letters
to eastern parties. Very Respectfully,
G. m. E VAJVf, Jr., Mgr.