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rOH SALE— FARMS.
TROYDALEv .CHICKEN FARMS OUT NORTH WOODWARD *, Five Acres SI,OOO The first block of 21 of these five-acre tracts has been on the market for just One week, and at the rate they are going we will not have one of them left in a week or ten days. These five-acre pieces are real farms, real country homes, real investments, really worth while, and Detroiters are waking up to the fact. Independence on Five Acres You have all read how one can he independent on five acres of Florida Land. Why for goodness sake go clear off the map when *you can get the same thing right here in Detroit and he withing talking distance of your relatives and friends? Chicken raising is no experiment—you know that, and you also know tlie prices you can get for poultry and eggs right here in Detroit. iou know, too, the demand for fresh vegetables, hothouse let tuce and mushrooms. All these lines arc open to the man who is sick and tired of City life and has enough nerve to get out and away from a hard boiled shirt and creased trousers. Ihe difTer etKe it will make in the health of yourself and your family will repay you many times. EASY TERMS We will sell these tracts on easy terms. 0. F. HYDE CO. Where the Good Mistress Finds the Good Maid A % • t • r * t Ask the best maids and they'll tell you they turn in stinctively to Times “Help Wanted" columns for positions. That's why the woman “in the know" insists on having her “Help Wanted" advertisement in The Times. Times "Want" Ads are the daily meeting place of em ployer and employe. Times “Want" Ad phones are Main 1498 and City 3385. I- OR »ALL-RKMDKNCK PROPKRTY WILLIAMS-A VW . near Warren —Seven room* and bath, price 12,700, $ I.o ♦*o balance at sls per month. Including Interest. Will take auto or vacant lot for equity, , W. W. BENNETT ltoi MAJESTIC BLDG. CENTRAL BUSINESS LEASES > OUR SPECIALTY HOM&R WARREN * COMPANY. Thamber of Commerce. City 6406. Main 6405. JOLBLE Illß’iE. Chestnut $1,700 Double house. Kereheval....... s2.Bfto Flat. n«*. .lefTerSon, easy terms.s3.69o Cottage, Cleveland, easy terms . $1,650 7 rddtns. bath and cellar, Penn sylvania, brund new, easy terms; snap |2.45<> < rooms, near Fort west $1,275 EBERT. SO9 Majestic Bldg. WILL SELL CHEAP 603 Rsker-st.; 10-room house; would make good tints for little expense Altu good store lot. Terms, half cash. UNION TRUST COMPANY MAIN 3862. _ OPEN SUNDAY 72 nnd T 7 Hartford, and 699 Thirty first-at.; s2.so'* buys your cholre of three modern homes, handsomely decorated electric lights, gas. bath, and cellar. Terms to suit buyer. E. R. ALDRICH *33 Chopc Place. Walnut 1275-L. $2,400 . EASY TERMS New frame, northeast cor* ner McGraw anti Scottcn, four living**rooml, three bedrooms .sand bath, electricity, gas, nak floors. Terms S2OO cash, bal ance S2O ner month. Open Sunday. HOMF.It tl AIUtFN & CO.. Chamber of Commerce. City 6406. Main 6<oß GET BUSY Sight-room houae on Twelfth-st., near Locust. * W. A. SLAYTON ss7 Fourteenth-ave. Walnut 495. CHy 1531-R For Clrrclasd. Pittsburg and all point! south and east, leave dally IP4S u. m Fare to Cleveland. $2; Pittsburg. 15 15’ upper berth. $1; lower berth. idol whole room. $1.60 For Alpena. Mackinac and way ports. Nlondava. 6 p. m.. Fridays. 9 30 a m. For HutTslo and nil point* enat dally at 5 p m Fare to Buffalo. 13 60 one way $6 50 round trip Week-F.nd K*rnr»lon» every *atnr* day Buffalo. $4. Cleveland, $2.60 round trip. ... Ticket Offices: \3ayne-st dock. Ms jestlr bldg 137 Woodward. 174 Grlawold WHIT IT STAR MYR. * Wharf, foot of Urlawold-at. For r»rt Bur on way ports steamer leaves Detroit dally 2:30 p. m , Sundays » a. m. Far Toledo, steamer leaves Detroit dally 4:10 p. m., flundaya 6 p. m. No liquors •')ld oa tbla company’s steamers. FOR SAI.K—I'AHII, FOR SALE—RBMDKVCK PROPERTY, PCI R CnmtlKS TO KENT—One of 7 rooms. St Clair river, the other three on Oakland lakes, photographs at of fice. 6-room house In city to rent at S2O a mo. C. S. BEADLE 4 McGRAW BLDG. A RED-HOT LIST Bee us If you want a home Nr Gr'itiot, 8 rm., furnace, S2OO down. Nr. Alai k, 7 rm., furnace. S6OO down Seneca-aye., 8 rm., furnace, s.'ioo down. Flseher-avc., 7 rm.. furnace, s.'loo down. Crane-ave., K rn»., $2,850, SSOO down Field-nve., 2-flnt. $2,900 S3OO down. HANFORD-JOHNSTON CO. 11 Jones Bldg. Cherry 1023-lt. SEE F. E. HANNAN HANNAN S EXCHANGE for bargains In dwellings, flats and double houses. Home good central properties cheap; sure to enhance In value. Exchanges of city for out-of town properties. Bring In your offer ings. BUILDERS ATTENTION Fin** corner. Artillery and Hnuth-st.— Lot 64x160, with brick basement 40x *•0. splendid site for Mats or terrace; a bargain for quick action. ALEX. WATSON 80S HAMMOND BLDG "COTTAGES" Choice of four new ones at $2,100 on terms at McGraw and Hcotten: cellar, hnth. hardwood floors, electricity and attic. BR< >()KS & KINGOX 403 WHITNEY BLDG M. 3173 City 4861 Crane Near Gratiot. $2,800 Seven rooms and bath, hardwood floors, to exchange for vacant lot* or farm. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. LIST your vacant lots with us. We will sell them. HOMER WARREN A COMPANY. Chamber of Commerce. City 6406. Main 6406. How Is This—Built j wo Years? Modern up-to-date 7-room house on Fifteenth ;• n< 1 Boulevard Plica $3,000 • W. A. SLAYTON, 887 Fourteenth-ave. Walnut 493. City 1531-R. ~TWO FAMILY ELAT Rnldwln-ave.—Hlx rooms, hath, furnace each; all modern; must be sold; $8,200. Farnsworth. near Woodward Seven rooms, hath, steam heat each; , , , t ... $8 ,800. Euclid-a ve. W.—New alx rooms. b»|th and furnace ertch; modern; $4,600 Warren W.—Brick, six and eight rooms each, fully modern, rents f..t> $6.14*0. ALEX. WATSON 803 HAMMOND BLDG. EDMUND PLACE Near John R.—Solid brick, ten rooms, fi bed rooms and bath; steam heat* lot 95x167. Price SB,OOO I B PAD BERG 1' Ml IFF vT Ms .IXI FTvfi rooms ands rT to b« oold today. Cedar 17-L, THE DETROIT TIM3B? - ; VMAY 191f. ‘ FOR SALE— farms. Description of the Property h\ery farm is ten rods wide and 80 rods long, each farm fronting on the traction line. There are three stations on the property. One farm is on a corner road. Three have more than s<kx> worth of raspberry brakes on them. Two farms have buildings and outhouses on them. Every farm has at least S2OO worth of tiling, which absolutely drains the land dry at all times of the year. Every farm is skirted by mammoth shade trees. Ihe soil is rich, loose black sandy loam with clay sub base, ideally cultivated to raise garden truck. The land is gently tolling, insuring retention of sufficient moisture. 'l ake car marked Flint local or Romeo local leaving every hour; you can get the car any place along Wood ward Ave.; buy a ticket to Trov and get oft at Station 38. Agents on ground all day Sunday. Tents and houses in case of showers. 303 Chamber of Commerce. Phones; Bell, Main 509; Home, City 586. FOR SALE—III SINKS* PROPERTY. TO RENT—HI9INESS PROPERTY. Union Trust Company Offers for Rental Centrally Located Stored, both large and small, from $35 a Month to $60,000 a Year. See Us if you are looking for space for Stores or Light Manufacturing. Union Trust Company Rental Department, M-3862 FOR SAI.K—RESIDENCE PROPERTY. »*OR SALE—RESIDENCE PROPERTY. KIRBY-SORGETELSKE COMPANY SOUTHEAST CORNER STATE AND GRISWOLD STB. MAIN 277. CITY 5321 Pennsylvania,, Near Mack, ModcYn horn*. 8 rooms and bath, hard woml floors and finish. electric lights, furnace Price 13.700; S6OO down. Cottage on Ilurlbut Near Mack, 6 rooms and bath, three bediooms. elertrlc ligrhts. cellar, hardwood floors Price $2,100. Snia.l payment down, balance eaay. Townsend, Near Mack Near the above location wo have two or three fine homes that can he bought on terms. One of these Is a brick veneer at $4,000. Phono for ap pointment. FOR RAMS—RKBIDKXCK PROPERTY. We Have Cottages from $750 to $2,600 Houses from SI,BOO to SII,OOO. Flats from $2,600 to $16,000. For sale and most of them can be bought on easy terms. SOMERS REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. Main 6001. 316 Moffat Bldg YOU’RE FOOLISH TO Pay rent; s2'»o down for 6-room, well built homo, large electric dome in <lining room; big lot with large ehn tree. Better see it; then see me. INN IS, 172 Gris wold-st. Main 349. FACTORY PROPERTY Beaublen-st., corner of Brewster. 123 x 139 1-3; also 113X233; good factory building on one corner, other la va cant; easy terms If desired. UNION TRUST COMPANY FOR RALE—FARMS. CHICKEN l \RMS Hee our chicken farms only 12 miles from city hall, six miles from city limits, near car line on paved road; $25 down per acre, balance sr. per month; no Interest for three years; no taxes. Take Tole do <nr to Wy andotte, walk to Eureka-ave., corner Fort-at., or see W A R DOW SKI Main 2150. 807 Chamber of Commerce. ""farms READ THIS ONE 80 acres 9 miles from city limits, good buildings, barns for 14 cow*, water In bouse, good w*»ll nt barn, excel lent soil; haa put $2,300 in Improve ments In the last four years; will exchange for city lota. Price $5,600. Thia la a great sacrifice. 234 ACRES Near Detroit, on electric; good build- j Ings; no wasle land. This ia divided* by the electric, leaving 100 acrea on rorth side and 134 on other; great ( ■ nap. F. C. ALDRICH 703 Mnjest ic ( berry 1907. WHY Im> YOT kill yourself working! In a factory when you can get a ' good 40-acre farm 20 miles from rlty l hall with a 5-room house, large hip roof, barn cost 11.000, mM nece*aar> ' outbuildings. 50 fruit trees of ail j kinds, one acre or more of berries. j between 75 and H>o pie plants Wood I for fence posts and* fuel Black sandy loam land. Only $2,500; $lOOl or s.'l6'* down, balance In yearly pay. inents. or will exchange. EYSTER. Pho 1 arm Man 507 Majestic Bldg. _ _ * ONE-ACRE FARMS Near Grand River. Sty miles from City Hall. Just what you have been look. Ins for for your poultry farm or, small fruits or truck garden. **)«>a-j man Fill meet you Rt corner Grand River and Myers mad Hatnrday and' Huntlay. or make appointment with* City A* Suburban Homes C0..1 Ltd., joo Griswold St, 1 FOR SALK—FARRS. Seven-Room Cottage 'Alexandrine, near Greenwood: hath. K'»s. cellar; corner lot; both streets paved; easy terms; $2,500. Near Grand River and Boulevard New, modern. 8 rooms, full basement, furnace, electric lights; easy terms; SMOO. Porter, Near Campbell Seven rooms, beth. itss, cellar, oak fin ish; easy terms; $2,700. FOH SALK—FARMS. 20 ACRES, 7-room house, ham. all kind* of fruit, with horae, cow, chickens, and tools. Only $3,000. This la owned by an old couple and must be sold at once. 1 % acres, 6-room houae. with fruit, mar Royal Oak and electric, only $1,250. 10 acre*. 7 miles from Palmer Park, modern 10-room house, uil kinds of fruit, close to electric, a snap at 14 760 While you are talking about little farms and poultry places—l have 27 acres on the car line with some or chard. Just right to subdivide Into 6-acre piece*, will be sold on easy terms. A snap at S2OO per a era. This will double In value Inside of a year. Near Royal oak. 100 acres, with fine lake frontage, haa 10-room house, large basement, barn. 2-acre orchard, 5 acrea timber, all kinds of fruit; windmill and tanks. A snap at $9,500, 200 acrea. fruit land. 7-room house, 3 barns, and other buildings, lota of fruit, windmill; only $3,000. FRANK E. BRIGGS The Farm Man. 608-9 Majestic Bldg. Main 1700. ONE aere in Wayne with buildings. $1,850. Will exchange. 1 acre In Plymouth, good budd ings. $1,850. Will exchange. 10 acres in Wayne with new build ings, also 10 aeres near Rrtyal Oak. and 10 acres out Gratlot-ave 40 acres. 20 miles from Detroit. 5 miles west of Trenton. $2,500. Easy terms Office open Thursday night until 8 o’clock EYSTER, The Farm Man 507 Majestic Rldg FARMS, FARMS I have some choice farms near Detroit or any part of Michigan from one to 40ft acres, to sell or exchange; some very easy terms. Main 2150. \VARD( )\VSKI 807 Chamber of Commerce. CHICKEN FARMS Two to 20 acrea, on electric; easy terms or will exchange. EBERT, FARMS If you want a farm, see me; I have them. N. H. McFADDKN. 410 HODOKH BLI *G , DETROIT. MICH. WE II \\ E TURKB FARMS I Mid . to Detroit and car line, 5,40 and 9ft a*res; will sell with Btork and all farm Implements; most of the plant ing done on each Will take Im* proved on the t» and 4o n o-m PATERSON BROS. Hi CO. 109 Grlswold-Ht. City or Main 255. POULTRY INARMS At Redford. on the Grand Rlver-nve. electric line. 40 minutes from the city hall. Will sell from an acre up. Each sere an large as 12 lots 30x100 Near school sod stores T. 11 IT«’H MAN. 212 BI’HL RldtCK. Cherry 2457 91 Oriswold-at 10 acr«-s of land in Alpena county. $l6O 16ft A.. In Missaukee Cos., sl.2o**. E. '/. terms 4.00 ft A., In l,akc Cos, or any part ther* of. p p* * A 20ft A. heavy rlav. North Michigan Bft A of heavy hardwood timber on If, prlt e s3.ftftft Eat ms all ever Michigan from s2u upwards per A. C. S. BEADLE. I M.AAJA 4iiailUJV kLOG. r,)K IAI.E-.VACAOT IQti. W» Ufff. r<» Hl.t TjCjlT W#T>. ' BUY NOW! "* 1 ■IU 11 "T ■ 1— ■i. i.jwjry tf- : '.?" A?FSFr , . «Uh * LOT! Kelly & Co.’s LQT! Grand River Ave. Sub- sssnoßf division at end of Grand River Car Line $5 DOWN - $5 MONTH NO INTEREST NO TAXES i- Until July Ist, 1915 NO PAYMENTS WHILE SICK OR OUT OF WORK. DON'T BUY A 30-FOOT LOT WHEN YOU CAN GET A 40-FOOT LOT FOR THE SAME PRICE. Prices:—s32o to S7OO ' ~ ~‘‘ l ' * ~ ■' ■ .* "■* SALESMEN ON SUBDIVISION • * •-/ * Lambrecht, Kelly & Cos. Phone (city ) 315 84 Griswold St. FOR SALE—FARMS. TWELVE ACRES near Brighton Frame house, 11 room*; sand and gravel loam. Barn 30x40; henhouee 12x60. Large hen yard In oak groves 1-4 acre raspberries. strawberries, currants. Mmall green house 12x16; woven wire fences. Stock and tools, »3.000. 12 acres near Plymouth. Gravel loam soli, 4-room house with full basement. Bam l«x*4. with atone Imscment. Granary, chicken houee, Corn crib. shed. Good orchard, $2,000. # Will sell stock and tools. 20 acres near Ypsllantl. Good garden land; 10-room house with full basement and furnaoe. Fine walb piped to barn. Barn with cement foundation and cement floor for cows Chicken house with three compaTt mentn and ceqient foundation. Hog pen same. All buildings nicety paint ed and In first-class condition. Small orchard, peach, apple and pear trees. Currants, strawberries,. 30 bearing cherry trees Ideal suburban home. Will trade. 16.000. 35 acres near Brighton, 12 acres plow lartd, balance paeturO; l-room house. Basement barn 10*44. All necessary outbuildings .Woven Wire fences Stock and tnoli. $2,400 5 acres In Milford. Gravel loam soil, 10-room house with cellar. Well and cistern Barn, chicken house; plenty of frdlt, $1,500 Will trade for vacant lots North Woodward die* trlct. 160 acres near Gaylord Will trade for city property. Two cottages, « room* each, within the mile circle. Will trade for farm. Farm Headquarters THE FISKE KINNEY CO. Inc. 1510 Ford Bldg. Main 821. City 122 FARMS 100 Acres. \ miles from Psarl Beach, bordering op f>. V- R Large barn and house, 15 acres timber, woven wire fences. $1,400 dewn and |2tt a year until paid for. No better soil; the hay will make the payments. $2,500. 100 Acres, house, barn and outbuild ings very large orchard. II acres wheat In ground; will take a home In Detroit, near Algonao and car, $5,000 20 Arret, good buildings, young orch ard. near Algonsc and car, ona-half cash, balance to suit. 91,200 I have all size farms and some great bargains and Immediate possession; also Bt. Clair river front property. CAL. CURRIE Algonac. Mich. FARMS 640 Acre* four mil*** north of We*t Brunch. Mich ; 10.000 feet green pine, between 20 and *0 arrM of hard* wood; alao considerable fllm»n*lori timber; 20 acre* fenced with woven wire and In crop; email houae and fruit treea; mall and telephone aerv- Ice; altuated on State mad; price sl2 per acre The timber alone will pay for It. For particular* are N H. McFADPKN. 410 HOPOFS BLPO . DETROIT. MTTH 8o ACRES Near West Branch, Mich.; houae 28* .14. bam about 10x40, to exchange for I*etro|t improvement or auto for part payment. \\\ \V. BENNETT 120? MA.IKKTir m.TX*. OPEN SUNDAY 1072 CADILLAC AVE. ,$2,100 S2OO CASH. BALANCE EASY. New 6-room frame: electricity, l>ath; oak floors, paved street. HOMER WARREN & CO., Chamber of Commerce. SIX-ROOM HOIIHK and four lota In If »nitram« k. 12.500 near Bruah auto plant He Independent and ralae your own vegetable* and chicken*, |)N down, and 111 per month EYSTER. The farm Man 50? Majcattc Bldg FOB N A I.It—VAC AWT M>T*. LOTS LOTS S3OO S3OO Pearl and Nofman-avea.. near Ferndale. with water. «aa and cement walk* llatlett and Cos I fa x-avea . near Went Warren with all improvements except pavlnir Both aubdlvlalona are in deairable neighborhood near car llntr. Sale*, men on ground Saturday and Sunday, or call City A Suburban Homes Cos., Lin>wold iiL __ BEAUTIFUL ELM PARK SUBDIVISION ( • . UA We are offering lots on Btephena,\Ohlppewa and Beneca-aves., near GRA TIOT-AVE . at S4OO AND UPWARDS These prices include aewsrs, sidewalks and gas; $lO down and bal ance 9ft par month. Pick out your lota and we will bulldtfor you a home and you ean pay for It same as rent. Building restrictions, walking distance from Packard and othar large factories. DON’T FAIL TO BBS THE SB LOTS. Phons Ridge 1999-JL Local Agent at 1997 Oratiot-ave. DON'T MISS THIS! Opportunity, which knocks at your door but onoe. Buy our cholcs lota In Wlldermere Tark Subdivision. a Lots on Dexter-blvd.. Montgomsry. Hogarth. Columbus and others, at $350 AND UPWARDS This subdivision lies east of Grand River, Just north of the Boulevard. Beware, sidewalks and gaa Included In these prices. Building reatrlctlona Best of atraat car facilities. Opposite Northwestern High school and Fsrry park. WB WILL BUILD FOR TOU ON BABY TERMS DON’T DELAY, A8 THESE CHOICE LOTS ARE OOING FAST. A. P. Mott. Local Agant at corner of Grand Rlvar and Dexter-blvd Phone Wal. 224-J. C. W. HARRAH. 301 Majestic Building. The Garden of Detroit Out Grand River Avenue The most beautiful subdivision as well as most desirable in the city of Detroit. Lying three blocks north of the Boule vard and the new Northwestern High School. This is the fastest growing section of the city. The D. U. R. have in stalled three-minute service on the Grand River line. Lots in the Garden of Detroit are the choicest in this section of the city. All lots 35 ft. frontage or more. Prices run $340.00 and up. Sewers, water, cement sidewalks and shade. Sold under judicious building restrictions lake a Grand River avenue car to Whitney avenue. Office three blocks east. Salesman on the ground every day. For information phone Walnut 2569 or Walnut 733-W. GRAHAM & CAROLL THE LAST CHANCE To huv lot* In the b.-*t •M#wllvl*lhn In Detroit Unlay-Uvct hhumt hot* on Hr otten. Hartford Stanford Thirtieth. Thirty flr*t. Beech Wood. \\ hltewoOd, lronWoi**!, Begole and Tlr#man**ve* William T Sampson *Chool now being built on Begole-a\e r.xery lot will positively be *old tbi* yenr. PRICES LOW - - - TERMS EASY % ftw rhnlrf t.uelne** h*i* H -*> fur home or Investment »n tbl* r*p tillv- tniwlnr \V»-*t \V*rren-»lr*nd lll'rr district. lb I VOT Dl l\Y • Nil a* /oif ofnee today. iornrr Beechwood and « Three-rent • «line. direct service to »b> part of the vtty Fmute*'nth- We*t Warren «r t’re MtoWn « *r. Be. u* about projected de velopment* In thl* district XLLDIS & BELL. CHERRY 2*4#. CITY ll3> __ |.>o IN ION TUI ST BI.MV » ,■■ a—— ♦ * ■ ' * Tor Best Results Advertise in The Times Page Nine