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FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
PRACTICALLY new five-room cottage, on nice,
level, large lot. Every modern convenience, with
all improvements. Reduced from $4,500 to $4,000, '
for a short time only. See Mr. Sharp about this.
SHARP & BOYLSTON
26 S. BROAD ST. SALES PHONE MAIN 881.
FOR 8ALE—REAL EBTATE.
FOR 8ALE—REAL ESTATE.
$3,250 WILL buy one of the oireit fll
cottage* in Weat End; large hall running
garden, houie well
big bargain; vaajr term*.
See Jarrell, 223 Kiaer Bldg., Atlanta phone 2 Id, Bel I phone
$1,600—I WILL tell you a rood 4-room house and 2 Iota, in Capitol View, that the
owner paid $1,850 Hr 2 yeara ago; no loan to aaeume on this property, and ran
tell it on eaiiy terms.
SEE JARRELL AT 222 KISER BLDO.. ATLANTA PHONE 216. B. PHONE MAIN 1317.
CHAS. H. BLACK
212-13-14 Empire Bldg.
Phone Main 910
SALESMEN—E. .T. WITT AND W. O. ALSTON.
SOUTHEAST corner of Piedmont-ave. and Tenth-st.,
elevated lot; thoroughly up-to-date, nine-room
house. Owner, leaving city, says sell. See this and
make us an offer. Terms so easy that rent will pay
JOHN D. MULDREW
Both Phones 3534.
616 Empire Bldg.
I HAVE 6 Iota in Collega Park, 100x880, faring a rhertad atreet and running through
to another atreet, that I will aell for $1,000 per lot, $100 cash, balance $10 per
month at 7 per rent. These lota are within 4 blorka of ear llnv and on a high alerated
section, and this atreet carries water end aewerage. I will huild on theae Kota to suit
yon and gira you good fepna. Just tha place for your chicken farm.
Of Farm Lands
ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, at the court houie ai Decatur, Oa„ will be
■old 240 acree of fine farming land, located on the Seaboard Air Line
fifteen miles east of Atlanta by rail, eleven miles by wagon, five miles
from Decatur, two miles from Tucker, one-fourth mile of Lawrenrevtlle
road: over S.000 feet railroad frontage; 75 acres original forest; plenty of
This property has been divided Into sU farms of .about 40 aci'ea
each: all with wood nnd water, railroad and public road'Trontagr.
This land runs within 200 yards of depot and postnfilcn at Montreal,
Oa.: also has dally R. F. D. route. Convenient to local and long distance
telephone lines. v
If Interested write for plat and arrange for trip of Inspection.
P. E. HUDSON
Route 2, Decatur, Oa.
J. L. HUDSON
Route 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Atlanta Phone 5857-B. Administrators.
BONDURANT & TIBBS,
24-A South Broad-st. Real Estate.
••ROOM cottage, aaal front, lot $3x106 to 16 foot alloy. Thia’plae* la a modern, good
'-homo, oa ear lino, rery dost la. and near good school, clow. This pises is well
worth $$,600; caa aoll for $$,100. No loan oa this.
We will build you this up-to-date, modern Bun
galow on your lot or will bay you a lot for reasonable
cash payment and balance like rent—house is double
floored, storm sheathed, combination lights and fur
nace heat. For price, terms, etc., call at office.
GATE CITY HOME BUILDERS
407 Rhodes Building.
A Beautiful Suburban Home, Ideal Spot
for Sanitarium, a Boarding House, a
Hotel or a Chicken Farm
FOR QUICK SALE—A SNAP
IF thli property waa offered In the aprlng It would be snapped up ao quick
It would make your head swim. The business interests of the owner re
quire his removal to Jacksonville, Flo., within the next month and he will
not rent It and does not want to shut It up. Under these circumstances a
reasonable offer wilt be considered. Ho has been holding It at $12,000, and
It Is well worth every penny of It. Don’t go nosing around and take a pass
ing glance, but step right up to the owner like a man and arrango to be
taken over the property, where you can see It In earnest, and then make-an
offer. (No trades considered.) ,
BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOME, ALL ON ONE
FLOOR: TEN ACRES IN HEART OF TOWN;
WATERWORKS, HYDRAULIC RAM, LAKE, GAS
FQR LIGHTS AND COOKING; A FRONT PORCH
OF 1,000 SQUARE FEET, FREE OF AFTERNOON
SUN. EVERYTHING SPICK AND SPAN.
Pretty lawn with fountains. House has four chambers, library and all
other necessary rooms, every one of which opens on four sides. Delight
ful In summer In a high, dry mountain climate, yet not too cold In win
ter; In fact. It Is as flno an "all-the-year" climate as there Is on earth. Flr.n
free stone water; hydrants all over premises. Fine old shade. No scrub
oak bushes. Abundance of fruit, strawberries, raspberries, asparagus, cel
ery, apples, pears, peaches, quinces, apricots, figs, grapes, nuts and heaven
knows what else. It Is such a home where on a can live like an English
lord without too many frills and flounces or sounding brass and tinkling
cymbals. Ample out-buildings and servants’ houses. An Ideal place for
parents to raise their children; an ideal place for a couple who are unfor
tunately without children. This property Is in the growing town of Smyr
na, on the Marietta car line (twelve miles from Atlanta), at ons .of tha
highest spots In the state of Georgia. Before the car line was rub thru
Smyrna rour years ago this was a little h amlet. Today It has about 1.000
people, and Atlanta business men have found It out and are building pretty
homes here. Electric lights are now being Installed In the town. We
have an exceptionally good ten-grade high school here; Its graduates are
admitted to state colleges without examination.
This would make an Ideal spot for a sanitarium or boarding house, as
there Is plenty of room to enlarge and Smyrna needs another good board
It would support a moderate else hotel, as there Is no hotel here.
The owner can be seen at <1< Rhodes building between 9 a. m. and 1
p. m. dally. Phone M. 2S4S-J; residence phone, Smyrna 27. Come and
see him at once and arrange to see the property. While an offer of half
cash would be considered, a full cash payment Is preferable. It you have
no other time you may sea the property Sunday morning by previous ar
Property of this character will not be hawked upon the market and yoii
don’t want to think too long. GET BUSY NOW. If you haven't any
money, do not waste your valuable time. You can buy this property now
and sell It In the spring and clean up 2$ to 40 per cent annual Interest If
you arc mercenary, but If you have any consideration for real comfort and
the health of your family you will NOT sell It unless you are forced to
change your location, as Is the case with present owner. You can purchase
this home furnished If yoy like.
J. L. STOPPELBEIN,
616 Rhodes Building
PEACHTREE HILLS PLACE?
a subdivision or smuts or u.«w
A T MAYFIELD F0R the south side
xs., j. mail 1 J-avlJ AND FOR BUSINESS; that Is. some
thing close In to rent; anything from
sn eight-room common house to a mod
ern flat. The largest now on my list
unoccupied, anyways close In. has only
five rooms, and there is a great demand
for large house*.
I HAVE SOME Close-In lots, very
cheap, which If occupied by large
houses would pay a f»r«e Interest on
the Investment. Woqld be (lad to show
theip to any one sccklpg s food In-
IF I AM OUT when you call, Rev. Rob
ert P. Martyn, who Is nsiodated with
me as salesman, will show them to you.
MY OFFICE HOURS are 10 a. m
to 2 p. m„ and 5 to 7 p. m. Bal
once of time -given to outdoor work
—collecting rente and looking after
property. List your property with me
and It will have my personal atten
OFFICE 49 SOUTH PRYOR-ST. Both
^phones. -Bell, Main 20*0; Atlanta.
look FOR MY ”AD” In Saturday’s
paper, as I do not advertise In Sun-
BEFORE YOU BUILD, WRITE ME
You want to save money on tne plans for your new rrsldence. I can
save It for you If we can get together. I am a specialist In the economical
design of artistic, homaliks homes. I
do not deal In "stock” plana. Every
single design I turn out Is entirely orig
inal, laid out to suit each Individual
need. Tell me what you want, what
your Ideas are ana I will untlllxe my
experience to work them In a
design for a modal home that
will fit your every need, and em
body all your pet Ideas. Isn't this
worth Investigation? Sketches
are free—write me or call 15*1
•TACK HEAD. ARCHITECT,
til Empire Bldg.. Atlanta. Oa
A STORY FOR THE LITTLE ONES
Lightfoot's Antlers Get Him in Trouble
Retold by Annie Rankin
* Light foot came down to the lake to
drink. He wax very' thirsty, for the
day before he had been to the "Great
Salt Lick'* and had eaten enough salt
to laat him several week*. You see, at
Lightf<x>t’s meals salt waa not set be
fore him In salt shakers or little dishes.
Neither waa It cooked In his food, for
he was only a deer. But .he liked salt
and needed It aa much as you do.
Therefore, not having It convenient to
cat every meal, he had to eat his salads
and other vegetable foods fresh and
go afterward to the deers* salt d|sh,
which was just a big, bare, rocky hill
side, where there was a great deal of
ult in the toiL
It was a beautiful October morning.
The sweetgum and sumach leaves were
taming red: the maples were turning
to gold. The air waa just crisp and
•ool enough to make one feel that he
could run and run and not be weary.
The lake waa blight and clear. And as
Llghtfoot stood there he could see his
Image reflected perfectly In the water.
Ilf was truly a handsome animal. Ills
mild, trustful looking brown eyes and
hi* graceful, arched neck atone would
have made you admire him, but his
'Townlng glory' and hi* chief pride wag
his great branching horns—"antlers'*
he wanted people to call them. "Horns**
was too common an expression. Just
any old barnyard cow could have
horns, but only himself and deers of
upon them, but they are equal In
strength and beauty to any tree that
grows from the ground. But these
ugly feet and legs of mine! They look
like bean poles. They almost spoil the
effect of my beautiful antlers."
As ne was speaking, he heard the
baying of some hounds In the distance.
Ho turned and ran for dear life. Those
ugly bead pole legs of his were mak
ing line speed, and had left the dog*
far behind, when his beloved antlers
caught In the branches of the trees and
held him tight and fast, until the dogs
like family could boast such a tree as | caught up with him.
grew on his head. j Then he learned that It Is not al-
As he stood before the lake, looking | ways the most beautiful things In life
at hi* reflection, he said: "Now, where j which are the best helpers In time of
can anything more beautiful be f*>und • trouble. The ugly legs, which he so
than these magnificent antlers of mine! j despised .would have saved his life had
They are my tree, my family tree! They I not the antlers of w*hlch he waa so
may not have green leaves grow ing | proud proved bis downfall.
KTHRT—Friend* of Mr*. Mary Kshrt, Mr*.
Mamie Ryan Kuhrt, Mr. Henry O. Knhrt,
Jr., Ml**** Isabell and Lurlla Knhrt and
Mr*. John Ryan and family ere invited
to nttvnd the funeral of Mr*. Msry Kuhrt
tomorrow (Sunday) morning at 10:16
o'eloek from the Church of the Immie-
ulste Conception. Interment st Oskland.
The following gentlemen will set ns pall-
henrer* nml meet nt Greenberg. Bond k
Bloomfield'* at 9 o'clock: Mr. Jobs
Heim. Mr. John Klnits, Mr. Lnwrenc*
Harrison. Mr. Henry Beermnn, Dr. Darid
» Smith and Mr. A. J. Rvan.
Atlanta’s Most Desirable Subdivision
The above plat sbowa the arrangement and size of lots in our eubdivision,
Peachtree Hills Place.
A few years ago a borne situated near Peachtree Creek would bave been con
sidered "far out" and undesirable; today—tbe day of automobiles and long trolley
lines—tbe distance is quite insignificant. Tbe only objection one could bave to
investing in a suburban borne here is that it will not remain "suburban," as tbe
city is growing so rapidly in this direction that our property will soon be sur
rounded by fashionable residences and itself a part of tbe crowded city.
Besides numerous conveniences, we have endeavored to make our park a place
of beauty, which tbe wide driveways and other improvement* will *how.
A comparison of our prices with others for property in this vicinity will
demonstrate the extreme reasonableness of ours. Wa are offering beautiful resi
dence sites now at $750, $1,250 and $2,500. ^Ve also bave some very large lots
at special prices.
The map of tbe OLD SEWERAGE SYSTEM of the city of Atlanta
shows conclusively that there is no favored property in this city as relates to
sewage outlets. It is a fact, however, that no sewage goes directly into Peachtree
Creek. The map of the NEW SEWERAGE SYSTEM shows that the lo
cation of the septic tank is far below Peachtree Hills Place.
This statement is made to correct the impression that there are more sewage
outfalls in this section of the city than elsewhere, and is based on actual condi
tions as represented by the OFFICIAL MAP OF ATLANTA showing plan
of -ewage outfalls. This map was made by the CITY ENGINEER. Copy
of same will be mailed from this office on request.
Our property is immediately adjoining tbe cement bridge over Peachtree
Creek, wbicb, in tbe not far distant future, will be surrounded on all sides by
magnificent homes and will be a refreshing scene of loveliness during tbe warm
The water in this stream has been analyzed by experts and proved to be pure.
Tbe beauty of tbe stream, together with tbe fact that tbe water in it is pure,
ends an attractiveness to our property possessed by few residence parks.
Peachtree Hills Place
American Securities Company of Georgia, Owners
621 CANDLER BUILDING BELL PHONE MAIN 1852
Pianos, Organs, Sheet
Music, Violins, Guitars,
Mandolins, Brass Band In
struments. Write us for
CABLE PIANO CO.,
A. CARO OF THANKS TO FRIENDS
AND ST. JAMES MFTHOCIST
Dr. Thomaa H. Cox. Mrs. Nannie A.
Cox and Mrs. V. Ii. Cox take this
method of expressing their sincere
thanks to the many friends srlio were
so kind during the recent Illness and
death of Dr. Virgil H. Cox. Also they
wish to thank the following for aych
beautiful floral offering* at tl.e funeral:
St. James Methodist church, of which
the deceased was a member; the facul
ty of the Hospital Medical college, the
senior class of the Hospital Medical
college, Mr. Frank H. Roster. Mr. C. E.
Williams and’ the Norton Drug Com
pany and friends.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
WILL BUILD EXTENSION
Waye/oss, Ga. Oct. 18.—That the At
lantlc Coast Line has let a contract for
building a line from Ilalnea City to
the Caloosahatchee river via Avon City,
In J-lortda, ta the report here, and It
romra tfi good authority. An exten
sion from Narcnossee to some point on
Lake Okeechobee Is also regarded ae
one of the proposed lines this company
will build In Florida. In order that
territory not now’reached by a rail
road may be developed. Work on the
Hatnee City line Is scheduled to begin
it an early date.
PLANS OF MODERN BUNGALOWS
Plans of bungalows, cottages and two-story residences turned out on short
notice at unimaginable prices. Write or call me If you Intend building.
J. L. BOWLES, Architect.
Phone, Ivy 2S3(-J. (4 Eaat-ave., Atlanta,