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TIME IS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL NOT WAIT
The longer you put off starting to buy that property you promised yourself you would buy either as an investment for the future, or for a home, Yob have wasted just that much valuable time. You had better take my advice and get started at once. I Assure You That You Will Never Regret Taking “COHEN’S” Advice When It’s Real Estate I The Future of Hot Springs and Arkansas are Assured t-st place on the map for investment, she stands, f-Qvery eye is looking towards this favored land. J^ong in resources, that make a great state, J^esirable in climate, with people first rate. J nviting investment, she’s in the spotlight, o place can offer inducements as bright— ^j-reat is her future-—now* clearly in sight. ^ ee this Hot Springs Firm for figures way down, hey have snaps on their list in this big, busy town. ^A^nd all kinds of farms in sizes to suit, l^ands, mineral and timber, corn, cotion and fruit. | ^oan money, and write you insurance the best, ^"Comparisons that lead in the East and the West. sing all people well, our methods are fair, jpatrons will find that we deal on the square. E. M. COHEN, Mgr. Real Estate Department. 621 Central Ave. HOT SPRINGS Corner Pleasant and Grove Street—Lot 132x200x97, on which is one ten-room house and a three-room cottage. The improvements are worth at a low' calculation, $7,000. Lot, $4, 000. This property is one of the best residence properties in tlu city and is an ideal spot for hotel or sanitarium. The owners have lived on it for years, but must sell on account of leaving the city. The sale price is $8,000. Corner Hobson and Francis St.—A modern 6-room resi dence, five years old, in fine state of repair. Has natural gas, tlctricity, Rewer, bath room, barn, rustic porch all around. One of the prettiest little homes in the city. Owner left and must be sold. Price $3,500. 129 Chapel St.—Lot 55x120, with a modern brick two apart ment flat on same. This is right in the hart of the hotel and business district, the house is built so as to be improved and can be made an apartment house. This is one of the finest proposi tlons in oHt Springs. Price. $8,500.00. Central avenue and Alcorn—Lot 75x150 with 6-room, two story house. This house has been rebuilt in fine condition, paint ed new. Lots in this neighborhood have been selling for from $1,000 to $1,250 each, thus making this lot and a half worth from $1,500 to $1,625. The. house could not be rebuilt for $1,750, mak ing a value of between $3,250 and $3,375. We will sell this prop erty for the bargain price of $3,000, on terms to suit the pur chaser Jne of the finest houses on South Central avenue, known as the Harrell property, just across from beautiful Oaklawn Race Track, next to Brown’s fine residence and adjoining Rev- C. J. F. lates home. There is just three acres of ground and a magnifi cent ten-room house, with all modern conveniences. The house could not be rebuilt today for $8,000, and property in this neigh borhood is selling for $25 per front foot, with a depth of only 1-10 feet This is one of the finest country homes in the suburbs of Hot Springs and the price we are asking for same is just like making $6,000, as the property is worth easily $15,000, and for the next seven days we are going to reduce the price from $9,000 to $8,500. Don’t delay, but come in and talk business. ’No. 15 Henderson Avenue—Lot 50x150 to an alley. A mod ern 8-room residence, plastered, a bath room upstairs and lav atory downstairs, electric lights with fine fixtures, a beautiful mantel in the parlor, closets in the four bed rooms, furnace heat, sewerage, and gas just one-half block from car line, in perfect neighborhood; large barn which can be used as a garage. Fruit trees in yard and fine maple shade trees along the front and side of the house. North and east front. This is one of the best built houses in the city- Just the place to raise children, within two blocks of OaklaWn school house. The house could not be re built today for less than $5,000, and it is practically new. Price $5,000. GARLAND COUNTY 240 acres, nine miles from the city, will be within 2 1-2 miles of Memphis, Dallas & Gulf Railroad. Has a spring on it flowing J 0,000 gallons a day. Never failing creek through property, an ideal farm and stock raising property. This is a fine tract of land. Price $h.50 per acre. 200 acres, 11 miles from the city, fine land, just 3 miles from proposed railroad, on good road. Church and school on the property. Price $6.50 per acre. Twenty-five acres, all in cultivation, just two and one-half miles from the city on the Pleasant Vahey road. Is an ideal dairy Ii.rm, for which it is now being used. Has a good four-room house and a large, dairy barn. This is one of the nicest little country places on this road and close to the city. The owner wants to sell now, if at all, and will make the price of $2,750, with terms suit the purchaser. Don’t let this get away from you. 11,000 acres timber land, 12 miles north of Hot Springs. This land will cut from 4,500 to 5,000 feet per acre, on the pro posed line of L. R. & H. S. lnterurban railroad. Sixty-five per cent of land adaptable to farms, plenty of good water and as cut over land, should sell for from $5.00 to $7.50 per acre. Price $11.00 per acre. A bargain as an investment. Sixty acres four miles from the city on the Thornton Ferry Road, of which forty acres are in cultivation. Has one three-room house and one live-room house, with large hall practically new; also chicken houses, barns and all necessary outbuildings. The ci ib has about 600 bushels of corn in it and 5,000 bundles of fod der. The. place has one hundred bearing fruit trees on it. This is one of the best small places close to Hot Springs and can be made to produce a good revenue. The owner wants to leave and has cflered the place for less than it cost him. Price $3,500, on which leasonable terms can be arranged. Forty acres on the Thornton Ferry road, just three miles from the city, of which twenty acres is in cultivation; three acres in truit trees. Has a fine W’ell of water. One three-room house. This is a fine proposition for a small truck farm and chicken ranch. I he. right man can make a good living and lay aside a sink ing fund for a rainy day. Price $2,000. U'i __i I a * i i r ii * •*'j <-**«= i'luusurtiu vaney noaa, just three miles from the city. Of this amount fifteen acres are in cultivation; fen acres in pasture. The place Is fpneed with iron posts and ho? tig-ht wire, fence. There is a vineyard of 800 plants and seventy iruit trees. Has a good well of water with stone walls. Has a good six room house with hath room fully equipped, smoke house, wood and implement house, large story and a half barn 20x40 feet. Has a telephone to the house, with city connection. Is on the new right of way of the Little Rock and Hot Springs Interur han railroad. This place has been held for $2,500; the owner has another larger place and is anxious to sell and for one week hns placed the price on same at $2,200. Will be pleased to show to any one interested. It will make a fine country home Forty acres just across from the Golf Links, of which twenty hvfc acres are in cultivation. This property has a fine orchard on same. Two small houses and a from] barn. Property all around it has been selling for $100 to $125 per acre. The owner needs mon ey and has made a special price on same. This property has been held at $4,500. Owing to conditions, if sold at once we are author ized to make the price of $3,000. This is the b»st. niece of close-in tronerty around Hot Springs on the Malvern road, and will make an ideal spot for a country home for the lovers of golf. ARKANSAS 3,240 acres of the best hardwood timber land in the State of Arkansas. This land lies in Ashley County, Ark.; is between two railroads, one being the main line of the Iron Mountain. The cruiser’s report shows this land will cut 8,900,000 feet of white oak, 7,400,00 feet of red oak, 5,500,000 feet of ash, hickory and elm, and 200,000 feet of gum. After the land is cleared it will be worth easily $15 per acre, as adjoining land now in cultivation in this section sells for from $35 to $60 per acre. The trees are free from worms and without doubt this is one of the best unsold small bodies of hardwood timber in the State. The owners were offered considerably more money in 1907, all cash, than they are now ask ing for this property. As a timber proposition it cannot be equalled. The price on same is $22.50 per acre. If interested will furnish plats and cruiser’s report. 4,160 acres of land in Chicot County, with a railroad right ihrough the center. This land lies in the famous Chicot bottoms above overflow, with the exception of this last year; however, the land was benefited by the water. The Iron Mountain Railroad iias a branch line running right through the center of same. It is just three miles from Montrose, Ark., on the main line, and rtne miles from Lake Village, the. County sent. There is a bayou running througn the property which drains it from all directions. Adjacent lands are selling at from $20 to $25 per acre and im proved farms are selling at from $50 to $75 per acre. Land in this section will raise from one. to a bale and a half of cotton to the acre and from 60 to 75 bushels of corn. This land has enough limber left on it to pay for it and will cut from 3,500 to 4,000 feet of merchantable timber. Bodies of this kind are getting scarce and this is one of the few left. One report which was sup posed to be adverse quoted this body as follows: “This land needs drainage; however, taken as a whole would class the land as very good; fair to some low wet land.” The price asked is consid erably above what it was sold for a number of years ago. The tim ber is not as thick as on some other bodies and at $16.00 per acre cannot recommend it, but will state that it is above the average land in the County.” This report was a knack, but any man read ing between the lines can judire for himself that it is a real bar gain. We will sell this land for $16.00 per acre on terms of one Ihird cash, balance in three equal payments. If interested will send plats. 18,000 acres of colonization land in Grant County, just fifty miles from flot Springs. Thi*s land is cut over, but as a whole is one of the best unsold bodies in the State. The railroad is within two miles of same and there are good roads all through the prop erty. The Hurricane, creek runs right through it. It is about fif teen miles from the Arkansas River above overflow. The land id a fine loam and not like the thin pine lands that have been sold in this section. This land is a real producer, and have testimonials from parties who have bought small farms paying from $12.50 to 815 per acre, which state that they raised this year from a bale tt a bale and a quarter of cotton to the acre. Also fifty bushels of corn, W e would be pleased to show this land to any interested patties. 1 he banks loaned the owner $5 per acre on same. Price asked $8.00 per acre. 600 acre improved farm in Woodruff County. Just one and a half miles from the. city of Augusta. Has a good five room res °nJ\ alf°.thr®e tenant houses. Good barn. One hundred tnrf Ih ‘ Stat- 0f cultlvation- 300 acres in meadow and pas moL Tt? m W00d: Has fine on the place, and is a r, IT'h, ^ Tn*f 18 desirous of selling, as he needs some 01 $6 000 if aol^W the exceptionally low price of $10 per acre cash he hLnl. r<? fanUary 1913> ™d will take one-half ,a afine air cultural ^^ payments at 6 P« cent, interest. This tor Augusta808 14 ^ ^ Money to Loan on Rea) Estate in amounts from $500 to $20,000. ~ --- We write all kinds of Insurance in the Best Old line Companies We are managers for the Garland County Abstract Company -Titles Passed on, Deeds and Instruments of all kinds drawn BELDING & E. M. COHEN, Manager 621 Central Aven STALLCUP Real Estate Department ‘The Office With the White Front"