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Small Farms For Small Cost
"MUCH FROM LITTLE."
At NorWOOd Acres — Western Washington
■ mBJ3B& ~£b > ■" <X&m^U&&l Land that is good;
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acre. Land as gOOd 'fi/^^:jß^HS33KEfflff4S«^»St *'■'■'■'■■ "^'sflwKlM3! ?mSE& Climate that is fine;
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ds diiy ill tut siCdi til *€»|lllWff^ *^ AiM ■'■ip'-'-A-' ' -rfgM^^HitiffllPHP^ demand
/ tit <.< WHI nwl^HM iflnß: all your products.
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<fc£f»^ -A «Tg| M^i i Jgfc . J l A«*fiM'A'l4r^3!SESiK Conditions that will
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r~-~i aL^iRA^tS- *£s(!&&&£* $Li.i.i!& < <-m< ~'±* ■ '^* v'^a''^'''-t' ' v*^- '^''*r t^""'.» J and contented with
-20 Acres, Costing in Full From ti&M^^%M
$600 to $700, All You Need. 3B^S*^\
We work with you and show you how to succeed. Just watch and work —you cannot jA-'V"*'"^ , ,l>- ><^ —
fail; this fertile land and your work and intelligence will make you independent forever. js\ '*. ' -J^S^.
At Norwood Acres, small acreage means less work,- more freedom and more money. ~ y^^^^^saoag^mmm
Twenty acres will return an annual income of close to $2,500. Think of the percentage of -"•*.
earning upon the investment! No wonder that it is the fact that more men and women are JHE^fraHffiHiScS
becoming financially independent in the state of Washington, as the result of owning and ,^fjfili :<'Af:i"J^^
cultivating intelligently a small acreage of land, than can be shown in any other portion of J|SJ fßti^~s,sY&*Jxß&
the world, It is because the soil is rich. It is comparatively "new. It has the advantage c*2J?||r fflß€H^'*">
of centuries of alluvium and vegetable mold. It is so rich in nitrates that it has grown one vlgf JgSIW Sil'"'■^
of the greatest, grandest and most luxuriant forests in the world. It is so rich in soil ♦ M|i,^ Km^-M. "
nutriment that the clearing, planting and caring for a few acres has placed nearly every Jyjil (^"^l^Br^Sk '
possessor beyond the necessity of cultivating extensive holdings. Soil, climate, scenery +\»&Jjffl I: vTSjW v*:"'*^l /
and markets are aiding wonderfully in enabling the farmer of Western Washington to \ ' *ttT^^ 7 /
obtain "much from little." JKatK^^^tj^. mi^^y '"\/ 7
Not far from the beautiful city of Shelton, in Mason County, Western Washington, in the world- /^V?£x*.3^ ' cSBWHCtIy/
famous Puget Sound country, and doubtless the richest "garden spot" of the entire world, we have started l^t^oliS§B^^o4nfy^Q^vMl
a self-supporting farming community, including an up-to-date farmers' town, provided with water and hwHM Ml
lighting systems and all the necessary city conveniences, eliminating monotony and loneliness forever. *!>^^^J'%' ?$$ **r >'<■** T ~\!l
We oiler our lands in tracts of ten, twenty and forty acres at moderate prices and on easy terms. We ; -^>^ T^Mr*3l3 ml
are clearing the land and building homes for those who desire. We offer profitable employment to persons __^-<^-HH I s^2«^^^^/
who wish to own farms, allowing purchasers to apply part of their earnings toward the payments on the ---^CI_JnN U^^Sn^ "^-52*2^
land. We have a saw mill and shingle mill in operation on the property, thus furnishing settlers with -"^^jTuTllf] \f x Ss==<^^——__
lumber and shingles at low prices. •.-•:. , , i, lllill \\\\m[\'/(i\\ I Mill liiillt. illiillJt.il. .
We have a post oflice-Norwood-already established; a school house has been prepared and a teacher )|||||||||||||ff ||||||ll|||||||l||||||||||||||!lllllllllilli..»
employed. Parties coming from a long distance with household goods can have their cars billed direct to IT 111 |1 <; ..,-.-,
Norwood via Port Blakely Railroad, connecting with the Northern Pacific. " f HLtrv' _^-^ —"
We are selling these unsurpassed lands at one-fourth the price asked in the more developed sections HlflilV^-^^^"
of the state, and, in the wonderful transformation now under way in the unrivalled Puget Sound country, Vw^Lwr^^
those who buy in Norwood Acres now surely will realize a large profit upon their investments within a -rfir**yg "~
short time, since improved lands in this section already range from $200 to $500 per acre. „ _„ . —^y asi.^ ■
Norwood Land Company
REFERENCES BY PERMISSION:
The Scandinavian-American Bank, and Q1 C Whit*^ Rl lilHin^> Sp^ttlp WBSh
The Mercantile Bank, of Seattle; ZflD Willie OUIIUIII^, vJ^aiUC;, wa^ll.
The State Bank of Shelton, Wash.