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COLLIN REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS SUITE 9 WIGGETT BLOCK BARGAINS IN IMPROVED FARM AND FRUIT LANDS AND IRRIGATED TRACTS 0 A RARE OPPORTUNITY 110 ACRES OF FRUIT LAND, with 10 room bouse ■ml packing limine 50 by 50 feet, large cold stor age built of stoue, good burn and other outbuild luge, also 5 room tenent house; abundance of fine spring water piped to the buildings for do mestic use Also school located on thin tract. The above tract consists of 25 acres of peaches of the best varieties, 10 acres of bartlett pears, 5 aorea of cherries, (leading verities), 5 acres plums of different verities, 5 acres of mixed fruit —apples, aprlaots. nectarines, quinces, grapes and nuts; there are also small fruits in abund ance, and all kinds of shade trees, walnut etc., including fine lawn and a variety of shrubbery. The remainder of the tract is of the very best garden soil, with about 10 acres of grass laud. WATER K1C1HT—The above orchard Is every foot under first class Irrigation; the exclusive wuter right goes with title of laiul. INCOME—The probable Income uf the above prop arty is about $15,000 per year. TERMS.—Will take Coeui d'Alene property iu ex change to the amount of one halt of the value of the above property; balance, terms to suit, one to twenty years at 7 per oeut interest. A GILT-EDGED INVESTMENT 195 ACRES FARM AND FRUIT LAND, with 7 room neWj modern, plastered house, stone found ation, and good cellar; also 2 room bouse, new barn 40 by 40 feet, poultry houses, corral, etc. Beautiful lawn with all kinds of slirubbory and 100 rarities of roses; abundance of finest sprlug wat er for all purposes piped through house, corrals, lawn and wherever needed. 7 aorea peach orohard all bearing; other very Mue fiult auob as a; pies, pears, plums, berries, apri cots, etc., and 15 acres of grape vineyard of the best verities, mostly European grapes. LOCATION--Located on large, navigable stream, 2 1-2 miles from railway statlou. INCOME -The probable income of this property is 8000 per year. TERM8—Will take Coeur d'Alene property in ex change to the amount of one-liulf or more of the above property; balance, terms to suit, one to twenty years at 7 per cent interest. AVONDALE IRRIGATED TRACTS $3800 —Will buy traota 55 and 30 of block No. 13, consisting of 10 aores each—20 acres. These tracts are located just 1-2 mile due north of the Hayden lake school house on the oast side of the county road that leads north, one mile due west of the large poultry ranch at the lake. These are tracts that wera aelooted from the choice tracts of the ttrat addition and platted 3 years ago; ad joining the west side of the beautiful Hayden lake. There le no queatiou as to the rlohuess of the soil; as to the supply of water, there la a 14-lnoh water main running norosa both tiacta from the Northeast oorner at the Southwest cor ner, and is now furnishing watei for many tracts on every side of these two tracts mentioned. There is no better water system in the state. There is no better laud. There is no better inoa tiou than those two tracts. They are level. Only one half mile from school and a good gen erei store. This is a snap. There is uo better. This property is worth 250 per acre. Must be sold qulok. INVESTIGATE THIS. THIS IS A BONANZA $17,500 -Will buy 320 acres of prime fairn land every foot is iu cultivation with fine improve ments; a splendid 7 room house, large barn, very fine orchard--all beariug; all kiuds of small fruits, abundant supply uf spring water for the stock and piped to the door for domestic use. There is uo better soil. This property is lo eated iu Whitman oounty, Wash., and only 5 miles from Colfax, , Will take part in some good Coeur d'Alene proporty worth from $4000 to $6900. Will give terms to suit on $7000 or $8000. There is no better wheat farm in Whit man oounty, Wush. LOOK THIS UF. $3200 —Will purchase this tract of 80 acroi No. 1 farm laud with good buildings; house 24 by 24,barn 24 by 40 ,poultry house 10 by 30, fine young orchard of 75 assorted fruit trees, 35 acres of level land in cultivation, balance all tillable laud with 20,000 feet of mixed pine saw timber and 500 cords of wood. This laud ih lo cated one mile from Coeur d'Alene lake and ouly 6 miles from the oily; good wagon road, fine water, and rich black soil.—A BARGAIN. $8800 —Takes this 160 acres of fruit and farm laud with good 5 room house,very large burn and other outbuildings; some good young timber 35 aores iu crop, 200 bearing fruit trees; splendid water iu abundance, fine walnut shade trees. Au ideal place for stock and poultry raising— lo oated just 2 miles from the city. A UOOD IN VESTMENT. $4000- Will buy this 200 acre farm 9 miles fiom the oity; 40 acres good 'imber, 30 acres iu cultivation, good root bouse and granary, 100 bearing fruit trees, one acre strawberries, three No. 1 springs, also a line well with pump, etc. Timber on above land is being logged, except 40 acres. There is no better land in this country. It is almost level. Look this up. IT'S A BARGAIN. $800 —Will purchase this 80 acres of level laud. All rich soil. 7 acres have beeu iu cultivation. This is timber land. The timber has been sold, and it is bein^ logged; located 10 miles from the oity on the railroad, fine spring water. THIS IS A SNAP. $5500 —Will purchase, if sold soon, 160 aores of choice farm and fruit land ou the Coeur d'Aleue lake, 5 miles from the city with one 6 room house and one 4 room house, large batu, poultry house, aud spring bouse; a fine large spring, 14 flue cows, 3 good horses, 100 chick ens, nice gasoline launch, 100 uice fruit trees, 500 oords of standing wood, furniture worth $400. 40 acres meadow. This property is lo cated ou one of the most beautiful bays of Coeur d'Alene lake; good boat dock withiu a few rods. Will sell for $3,COO cash; balance on terms to suit, 8 per cent. There is no better invest ment for the money. LOOK THIS UP. BUSINESS LOCATIONS $3500 —Will take this splendid new and well equipped store building with large hall above, 24 by 70 feet. This is a very desirable buildiog and location for a general store or other business. Nothing better for the mouey in the oity. $1750 —Will buy this store aud storage room, store room, 20 by 40 feet, with shelvng, etc. Fine lot aud veiy desirably located. This is a snap. WE HAVE FOR SALE 3 blocks of ground consist ing of about 4 1-2 aores inside of city limits on N. P. tracks. This is a very desirable location for business blocks, manufacturing estblishments, etc. Ou these tracts are three good resident buildings besides office and other large buildings. WILL SELL ALL OR PART. A SPLENDID 1NVESMENT. We have 2 lots, a most desirable - location for city hall, business block, hotel or lodging bouse. RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE CITY. IN VESTIGATE THIS. 8 LOTS suitable for warehouse or manufacturing plant, located on railway track in city limits. THIS IS WORTH YOUR ATTENTION. LODGING-HOUSE furniture for sale, fiat for reut, reasonable, 11 rooms, splendid location aud doing good business. TOWN LOTS $275- For a fine lot in Taylor addition. A bargain. $1250 —Will buy four level lots on Lakeside avenue, one of them a corner. Will sell sepaiate ly or together. Good investment. $550 —For a very large, fine lot on Seventh street, 66 by 216 feet. $550 —Will buy two fine lots, one of them a cor net, iu North Park addition. Good location. $850 —Takes three splendid lots on Second street, one a corner. A good buy. $1375 —Takes six fine lots in Taylor addition, two of them corners. A fine investment. $450 - Two nioe lots in Lakeshore addition. A bargain. $425 —Will buy a fine large corner lot on Fourth street. One of our best buys. $1250 —2 beautiful lots, one a oorner, with a good new barn and poultry bouse and yard, also 2 aores of No 1 garden land adjoining these lots. There is no better for the money. $600 —Beautiful large lot close in, 60 by 120 feet, one of the best locations. $750 —3 lots in Lakeshore addition, one a oor uer, or will sell separate, $250 for inside lots, $300 for corner. WE HAVE ALSO FOR SALE 5 acres of the very best gardeu laud, all fenced and in orop, adjoin ing the oity limits—4 aores potatoes, 1 acre car rots, watermelons, etc. This is the most beautiful tract for platting into resident lots or acre tracts, it lies very high and level, fronting a 60 foot street and adjoining a tract already platted. ALSO 2 aores of nice level land in one of tb» new additions for ONLY $450. THIS IS A GOOD BUY. RESIDENCE PROPERTY $1900 will buy a beautiful lot on Sherman street, with a five room new bungalow, entirely modern, bath, toilet, etc. A stone foundation, good outbuildings, and nioe lawn. This is a very desirable borne. $1150 —Will take this desirable home, close to school. Nice oorner lot, with a six room new house, clothes closets aud pantry, and a flue otr penter shop ou the rear of the lot. All feuoed nice lawn aud oity water. Thle is one of our best bargains. $750- Wi?l buy two flue lots on one of the best streets in the city, one of them corner, with a four room house, good toilet, etc. Near to school. Here is a snap, if yon are looking for one. $1600 —Will take this beautiful home, large lot, 55 by 150 feet. Five room new bungalow, two clothes closets, two good porches, water and sink nice lawn aud excellent outbuildings including chicken house aud park. Very desirable loca tion. No better for the money iu the oity. $1400 —Will buy a splendid home in a very good location. A large six room house with bath room, uice Jawn, shade and frui* trees. Good woodshed aud aud barn, electric lights, oity water in house. Furniture can also be put chased at a reasonable prioe. $1500 —Here is au opportunity to secure a splendid home at a bargain. A six room bouse, plastered, with bath room, two clothes closets, good pantry, city water in house, good cellar, nice lawn. Au excellent location, near high school. This place must be sold and will not be long on the market. $1000 — Will buy a nioe four room house, good location, lot feuoed, lawn and garden. Will take $500 cash, balance on terms. A snap. $1900 —Will bay a beautiful residence contain ing 6 rooms, reception hall and batb room, mis sion finish and nicely papered; large poroh and good outbuildings with chicken park; city water and nice lawn. $1050 —Will buy a 6 room bouse, close in and corner lot; nioe porch, good barn and oellar, oity water. Rents all the time for $12 per month. This is a good buy. $1000 —Will buy a 4 room uew plastered bunga low, good pantry, etc.; poultry boose 60 by 19 feet. This is located on a beautiful large lot containing about 3-4 of an acre,. 72 1-2 by 150 feet. A very nice location. This is one of our best. $850 —Takes two bouses one 3 room aud a 1 room bouse on 2 nioe level lots faoing east, all fenced aud oity water, good location on a good street. All goes for the above price. $900 —Takes 2 lots, one a corner, with a 4 room house, woodshed, poultry house, city water, yard all fenced. Good looation, aud close in- THIS IS A SNAP. LOOK IT UP IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN. 1 he above are only a few of the many fine opportunities we have to offer the public for investments or to secure homes. We have resident property, lots, acreage, business opportunities of the best in the city. We also have farm lands from 5 acres to 500, and some large tracts of timber. IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AND INVESTIGATE. CITY IN BRIEF. Buy a lot for $10 from the Atuor icau Trust company. See ad. Mrs. W. S. Walker, formerly of Couer d'Alene aud Hayden lake, but now a resident of Bounere Ferry ■pent the day In the city as the gueal of Mrs. Wells and family. Pboue your orders to the Metro pole and we will deliver it. George Steele held bia first wedding July 30. The oouple came from Spokaue. They were Austiu A. Keaya aud Mae M. Douavau. After the marriage the bridal pair returned to Hpokaue where they will make their home. Have your Kodak UulHhiug done at Burua A Raymonds, 209 1-2 Sher man street. Buy a lot for 910 from the Ameri can Trust company. See ad. The Coeur d'Aleue Cereal Feed Store haa changed bauds again, the uew purchaners being Robert MoCree end Geo O. Dart, a brother of the recent owner. Mr. McCrea was recently interested iu the livery business. The busiueae is increasing quite rapidly. Phone your order for fruit..and vegetables to Ridiuger A- Casey. phone 74, free delivery. Phone your orders for groceries and fruit to Ridiuger A Casey, pboue 74, free delivery. Everything fresh aud taaty at Haley's Groorey, corner of Fourth aud Coeur d'Alene Bindlug twine ut the Lake City Hardware company. Barrsil of ginger snaps tor 25 cents. Ridiuger*. 190 Sherman street. To make good bread use Ceretaua tlie hard wheat flour. E. B. Keller A Compauv Notice to Contractors. By Local Union No. 178, July 25, 1907. The Contractors of Coeur d' Alene are hereby notified that all New contracts from above date aud after September 1st, the scale ol wages shall be as follows: Tending pi merer* in any capacity, $4.50 per day. Mixing mortar or teuding for blrok aud atoueuiaaouH, $4 per day. Hod carrylug and scaffold building fur brick or stonemason, $4 per day. All ooucreting, wheeling of mat eriai, biick, stone or otherwise, 93.50 per day. Slgued, B. F. MILLS, Pres W. F. TATE, Fin. sec. AFTER INTERSTATE FAIR Coeur d'Alene Will Take it off Spokane's Hands Yesterday at the meeting of the di rectors of the Coeur d'Aleue Com mercial club, A. W. Branson aud B. R. Lewis were selected to appoint a committee for the purpose of going to Hpokaue today to secure the Inter state fair over which the management and the oity authorities are at vari ance. The committee appointed, consisting of B. R. Lewis, William Dollar, F A. Blackwell and J. C. White, left today for Spokuue. William Dollar returned at noou aud stated that a conference was to be held this afternoon between the com uilttee aud S. G. Cosgrove, the man ager of the fair at which time the subject would he considered. While the chances of Coeur d'Alene secur ing the Interstate fair are limited, however no stone will bo left unturn ed to bring it here. Mining Stock. The facilities of the Press Publish ing conqiauy for priutiug the highest class of mining stooks, numbering aud biudtug the same, are of the beat. We guarantee our mining stock printing equal to any turned out iu Spokane. Come aud give us your order, tell us about your property aud we will treat you right. Notice to Water Consumers. The city will not be divided into two districts as in the past but will be treated as one district this season and the hours for sprinkling during the season are as follows: From 6 a. m. to 9 a. m. and from 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. It is the intention of the company to enforce the above meu - tioued hours on acoount of fire pro tection. The rates for sprinkling are the same a* in etfeot 1n the past, namely; 93.50 for one lot or less ami $5 for more than one and not mere than two lots. Larger traots will be charged for in proportion to the aise ormetered. Lawu rentals are now due and muat be paid not later than August 16th, 1907. CONSUMERS COMPANY Ltd. Organize Swimming Class. 9 1. W. Reed, a normal graduate of St. Cloud. Minn., will open a swim ming ''lass at once, his office being south Fourth street opposite the post otfloe. it Is his intention to teach swimming alone, affording all the ladies and geutlemeu who have not acquired this art an opportunity to learu. Mr. Reed is a student at the sum mer normal and is a frieud of Presi dent Black, who is conducting the school at the Roosevelt building. He is now organizing a class. Maddening. A gentleman was attending a lec ture one evening when be saw. two seats ahead of him, a man whom he took to be an acquaintance. Having no ether way to attract his attention, he asked a stranger sitting next to him to poke the supposed acquaintance with his umbrella. As the disturbed man turned his head the gentleman discovered that he was not the person he had supposed, so he fastened his ga*e attentively on the lecturer, leav ing the man with the umbrella to set tle with the man he had disturbed, an embarrassing and difficult task. At last the man with the umbrella turned rather Indignantly to the gentleman. "Didn't you gsk me to poke that gentleman with my umbrella?" "Yes" "And why did you ask me?" "I wanted to see whether yon would io tt!" was the reply. Undoubtedly the city of Portsmouth might do worse than back up the propo sltion to purchase the birthplace and boyhood home of Thomas Bailey Aid rich. Its associations are embalmed In one of the Portsmouth boy's most de lightful stories, and It would be a most appropriate memorial of the poet and story writer. Notice. The business and accounts of the atoie will be settled and paid at the office of M. D. Wrght 103 Second street. A Big Inducement. "How mnch are these Easter lUhwl "A dollar each." "Pretty steep." "Not when you consider that k* ( throw In the earth."— Washington aM ' HARRY LUMLEY. ^ Brooklyn outfielder, some of the longest hits •*** the diamond.