General Utility Farm
-, for Less Money Than
it is Really Worth
Ao. F—ICO Acres, all under cultiva
tion. Fair house, new barn, Good
Water, Chicken house Corn Cribs,
Granaries, fenced and cross fenced,
3% miles from a good town. There's
nothing better In Guthrie County for
the money. Price, $85 per acre and
on splendid terms.
per acre. Cheap-
er Than Ever Will
Just the Thing for a Poor
Man. Good House, Pair
Water, Only Mile
to School, Small^p
Payment Down -V'
5= No. L—160 Acres, all under cultiv
ation. Good Houso, Fair Outbuildings
all fenced. Good water, Orchard,
mile to school. A good farm and well
worth the money. Price, $75 per ac
re. Small payment down and the bal
ance to suit the purchaser.
Only Seven Miles From
Town. With Fine
No. J—160 Acres. Good Houso, a
Good Barn and complete set of out
buildings, all fenced, Good Orchard,
120 under cultivation, balance in pas
tuure. Price, $80 per acre. 7 miles
from a good town.
Good Enough for a Queen.
A Dandy Little Farm.
No.. M—70 Acrea, well improved.
All under cultivation. Good House.a
New Barn, Double Corn Orlh. Granary,
Hen House, Fine Water. Just a splen
did home, good enough for any one.
7% miles from town, R. F. D. $90 per
A, *t A
.' *r' 'r
120 one mile from town, no improve
ments, 100 acres broken out, 20 acres
pasture. This is one of the best farms
ve know of and is sure to sell for $125
before the year is out. Price $90.
X. 11/2 miles from town,
balance in pasture
120 one and one half miles from
town, 80 acre under cultivation. 40
in pasture. Good farm, price $85
In Minnesota, 'Tis True
But Look at the Price
No.. 1—597 Acres in Polk County,
Minnesota. Every foot level and as
pretty a farm as any one ever saw. If
a man goes with us and it is not as it
is represented we will pay his expen
ses. Good House, Fair Barn, other
outbuildings, 2 miles from R. E. sta
tion, 17 miles from a town of 8000,
and fourteen miles from a city of 17,
000. Will take a small Iowa farm in
exchange as part payment or will take
good income property in part payment
up to $10000. Price, $35 per acre and
we will make terms to suit the pur
chaser if he is an honest, capable man
and has his teams and feed.
This Farm is a Good Prop
osition and Deserves
Your Attention if
Your'e in the
200 acres within 2 miles of town,
all under the plow except 40 acres in
pasture. Good house and corn crib,
stabling fair, splendid water and or
chard. Cheap as dirt at $77.50.'
N. Only one mile from
town, Windmill and
Water Works, all
117 1-2 acres one mile from town
good barn, hen house, douDle crib
6 miles from county seat good bouse
and granary, good hog house, well
and wind mill and water works, a
splendid orchard fenced and cross
fenced. All tillible. Price $115
The fertility, adaptability
and general range of the soil,
coupled with ideal climatic
conditions, are the reasons
why the Monte Christo sec
tion is so much sought after
by homeseekers and started
the advance in real estate.
This advance, be it under
stood, is not of the boom
kind, but has been character
ized by that natural and
steady growh that means the
same along stable lines that
it does in nature, all about
us lie the proofs that the
most lasting things are those
which have grown slowly
along those lines that con
stantly build for better
GEO. E. KELLOGG
and Barn, all Under
160 acres Six miles from town, all
under cultivation except 20 acres in
pasture. Fair house and barn, good
well and windmill. Well fenced.
Price $67.50 per acre, will take some
In trade, fggf
from town, only
360 acres 6 miles from town practi
cally all under cultivation, fenced
and cross fenced. Fair house and
barn good water: Price $75 per
acre. Will take $2000 to $2500
down, balance good payments.
at $85, fine House,
good Barn, other
80 acres 5 1-4 miles from town all
under cultivation. Fine house., good
barn, buggy shed, hen house, deep
well and windmill, rock cave. Price
$85 acre this is a snap.
plow, rest young timber
Good water, lays well
90 acres 6 miles from town fair
Improvements. 65 acres under plow
balance in young timber, good water
and a splendid laying farm. Timber
land perfectly level. Every foot can
be fenced. At $85 per acre. Good
town, good Building,
Orchard, deep Well,
adjoining town all under
plow and grass, well fenced nearly all
hog tight, good buildings and orchard
deep well and windmill and a good
value $95 per acre,
per acre, good improve
ments, well Fenced.
160 5 miles from town good im
provements, well fenced, nearly all
in tame grass and a good farm. Price
$90 per acre. Rented this year at
$4.50 per acre.
at $150 4 miles
to town, splendid farm,
near to school, Cath
160 4 miles from two good towns
splendid farm.., good improvements,
good water. Close to school and Ca
tholic church. This farm ought to
brings $150 per acre. Just look at it
Journal, Exira, Iowa
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All The Best Ideas
Before the Overland was made, motor car en
gioeering had reached a high state of develop
ment. And the designers of the Overland, know
ing this, combined the best ideas developed. But
they made a new engine which solved the most
serious of motor problems. It is quiet and pow
erful. It is free from all complexities. The ver
iest novice can always keep it going.
To Land Seekers—Tbe greatest
offer ever made to the Great North
west is a $10. Bound Trip rate from
St. Paul to M.elfort, Saskatchewan,
Canada where you can buy land
from $15. to $20. Inquire of Audu
bon County Journal.
A S O I A
To The Public
a re pa re to re
Cleaning- of all kinds, gentlemen's
or ladies wear. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Prices reasonable. Laundry
basket at tbe Bishop Barber Shop.
City Steam Laundry
Must Be Above Suspicion
Kidney and bladder ailments are so
serious in their consequences and if un
checked so often fatal that any remedy
offered for their cure must be above sus
picion. Foley Kidney Pills contain no
harmful drugs, and have successfully
stood along and thorough test.
M. E. Church Notes
Sunday School at 10:00
Preaching at 11:00 and 8:00 each
Children's meetingevery alternate
Sabbath at 3 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday eve.
Preaching at Old Hasilin every
alternate Sabbath at 3:00 o'clock p.
m. and Sabbath School at 2:00 p. m.
Our Sunday School at Hamlin has
taken on new life. We invite all to
attend these services.
O A S O I A
OVER 65 YEARS'
Anyone lending a sketch and description ma
quickly aaoertaln our opinion free whether an
invention Is probnbly patentable. Oominuniciv.
lions strictly conUdentfal. HANDBOOK onPateuta
sunt free. Oldest spency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Mutm & Co. receive
without charge, iu the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.nruoBt cir
culation of any scientific Terms, $3
|B 1 Branch Ofllco, 8t* Wublnston. X). C.
TheTlaster Stroke in
Motor Car Designing
IjBHE success of the Overland is credited largely to the master
IU engineers who designed it. It is the simplified construction
the marvelous engine, the method of control, which have made
the Overland the masterpiece of Automobile mechanism.
Overland Model 38, price $1000, 25 h. p. Motor, 102-inch
whe,el base. With single rumble seat $1050 double rumble
seat $1075 complete Toy Tonneau $ 1 100.
Overland Auto Company
Want apiece of land near home.
Will exchange two fine residences
in Exira and will pay the balance
cash. Journal, quick.
Inanre in the Continental Insar
ance Company. THEO. PATTY, Agt.
A Frightful Wreck
of train, automobileor buggy may cause
cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains or
wounds, that demand Bucklen's Arnica
Salve-earth's greatest healer, Quick re
lief and prompt cure results. For burns,
boils, sores of all kinds, ecema, chapped
hands and lips, sore eyes or corn, its su
preme. Surest pile oure. 25oat Winfrey
year four montlu,
$L Sold by all newsdealers.
I Brunch Office*
The Simplified Car
The next great step was to reduce the num
ber of parts. In one place the designers invented
one piece that takes the place of 47. They devised
the pedal control found in three Overland models.
Push one pedal forward to go ahead—backwards
to reverse. Push another pedal forward for high
speed. The hands have nothing to do but steer.
Come and see the cars and judge them for your
7 V'* ?A
W. B. VARNBY
Proposals for Erection of schoolhoase
Notice is hereby given that the
proposals for the erection of a school
house in the Township of Oakfield,
in the County of Audubon, will be
received by the undersigned, at his
office in Oakfield township, where
plana and specifications may be seen
until 1 o'clock p. m., August 1,1910,
at which time the contract will be
awarded to the lowest responsible
bidder. The board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
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July 2, 1910
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