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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1892)
THE ALLIANCE - INDEPENDENT.
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This famous college is located in the beautiful, healthy suburb of Haw
thorn, and there aro forty houses now being- b ii t, just out
side th ! corporation 1'mits, giving-city advant
ages, with country taxes.
From Fifty to One Hundred Houses
Will be needed for the accommodation of students by September 15 and
the management of the Western Normal College
Guarantee the Jei)t at the Jate of
$48 a If 0071 for the First Year.
And the ownprs of houses to receive pay for fuel and light extra No better
place than Hawthorn to build houses for investment Prop
erty will double in value within twelve months, and
now is the time to invest.
The association has a large donation of lands which they have platted
in lots and have put them on the markes at very
low figures for the next ninoty days.
Prices of Lots From $50 to $550.
The Lincoln Street Railway are now building the electric line to Hawthorne
and it will be in operatioa by the time school opens, S pt. 15; $300 000
to $500,000 will be put in buildings before January, 1893; '
Any parties buying lots can double their
, investment in a short time. V
This school enrolled 4,300 students in 1891. It will take fi-om 2,000 to 5,000 peo
ple to care for the students alone.
This college is located 3 to 3 miles southwest of the city on high sigh tlvuround
overlooking the city of Lincoln, a city of 65,000 to 70,000 population:
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LOTS ON EASY PAYMENTS.
For Any Inforraatipri Oall on or Address
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