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THE OMAHA DAILY I1KK: SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1003.
FOR SALE REAL B STATE.
Y Get Into the Band Wagon.
Thirty Houses Sold To Home Owners in Past Four Weeks.
Have But a Few Left.
$ W-Tfixia feet, east front
i . iwwn oya and Bpragu its
y rooms. HnAr,
II $78 $7 Blondo. 60x110 fnt, lies fine. $-
' I"0 lloUM rlstern. fruit trc...
PTO Parker at., corner 80xiv, feet.
neat 4-room house.
I $7$ iwu Castsiiar st., kh feet, room
bourn, excellent repair Inside, c-
talp, trees; one block Georgia eve.
$1.000 ill N. $Bth et., near Franklin school,
i UL?07I, ''? repair. BARGAIN-
1,880-8518 Reese, 84-foot lot to alley, 8-
tory 7-room house, well laid out;
www l-?dJr0,,!,tlon Inula. A BAKQA1N.
tt.00O-5, N. 18th at., 42x140 feet, fin 8
tory t-room houee, sewer, water,
letrlo llfbu, bath, excellent re
pair, beautiful location. One of the
fcet bargain offered.
WJOOXSJ Seward at., mmlil feet, T rooms,
good repair, aewer, water and gas.
bath ready for fixtures. Want to
close out quick.
I3,0-H114 Corby St., t-room, slat roof,
tee, bsth, sewer, water, brick bam.
60-Lot n. block 8, Msyne add., Kixlll
$ H0-,x98 feet, on 16th St., 6n block south
$1,000-4 choice tots, sch $0x127 feet. In Du
pont Place, within one end two
blocks of end of Oeorgla ave. car
tine. A SNAP. These Tot will sell
readily for $250 each on time. A
chance to double your money.
t 50-i:texia6 feet, on Wirt St., biock east
of $uth st. moior; Use perfectly
smooth, on grade. BIO 8NAP. Or
will sell est 1.1 J feet for $260; $u0 cash,
balance time to suit.
t 40 tuxlto feet, weet tront on Boulevard,
north of Manderson; double frontage
on 19th st.
$ 80O-6 lots, each (0x117 feet, lying high,
n 46th and Harney. SNAP.
175 75x110 feet near Kavan and Arthur
sts.. lies fine, ISO feet over the city
limit line; no city taxes and about 4
block from end of Uth st. car line.
D. V. SHOLES
20 NEW YORK LIFE BUILDING.
IT'S ALL "NOTION"
It's" a notion that we must have dull sea
sons In real estate for Instance, the hot
summer months. I believe It la so largely
because we EXPECT It to be so and by
our resulting lethargy we MAKE It ao.
NOT BO IN THIS OFFICE.
Bargains every day, and delighted to show
them any tlms (except Sunday) morning,
noon or night.
BUI it wow.
B. J. COGAN. B&lesman.
Ground Ploor U. 8. National Bank Bldg.
KB 488 1
R. C. PETERS & CO.
Oround Floor, Bee Bldg.
Small cottage, south front, tsth and Corby;
easy payments $760.
$-room, modern house, 28th St.. just south
of Poppleton; full lot, paved atreet; owner
ask $8,000, but must sell at once. Make
w have Just listed an eight-room,- thor
oroughly modern houee, built last year,
In West Parnam district $8,000.
RE 444 I
MONEY to loan for building purposes. W.
H. 1 homes. First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Our next excursions for Canada, leave May
t and May 18. Round trip rate. $24.00.
Send for our free book, telling all about
Canada, th land that offers the best
opportunities tor homeseekera to Invest
ors. Hastings ft Heyden, $10 N. Y. Life
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. RE $78 8
NEARLY new, six-room house. 8608 8.
toth: first-class condition, water, gss, fruit
trees; a bargain. O. W. Carr, $Mfl Corby.
ror 2 nice 6-room modern cottages. Lots 6?
ft. front. Convenient to 2 car lines.
Tti fosse hav hole In the ground,
Ev'ry bird in th world has a nest.
Stray cattle or put In th pound.
But th son of man 'a nowhere to res".
That Is, unless he builds a home for
The Homeseekers' Association comes to
hit rscu right there and builds a home for
him on the Installment plan. See us.
1ST FLOOR N. Y- LIFE BLDG,
A Great Sacrifice.
40$ Jackion t . Just weet of th new Boule
vard, a 7-room. 8-tory hou. !.
caa. bath, sewer, .c. Price. U .
FAYNB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor N. Y. Life Bui'.dlng.
r RE I4S $
MONEY to loan on city property In Omaha.
ouih Omaha and Council Bluffs. V. H.
Thomas, First Nat. Rank Bldg
REj 394 8X
owner wanta u to se.l 4 lts facing south
on B'jrdett St., between $4th and U, at
onoe. Will S.ll lor sew. "
Nt imnrnved auarter. $Vt mile from
Muuango. N. O.. $. Would take prop.
rty (or one-half value
b perry, Salem, K. D.
Addre ft. O.
COME with u to Missouri. Th nest home,
eeakera excursion leave Omaha for
aeuthem Missouri Tuesdsy. May $. at 10 to
ra Reduced rates. Cooley Investment
and Real Esut. Co.. tOritai N. Y. Lit
bldg. RE 488 4
ONEY t loan on city property with
Hrlvlleg f inklnf partial payments on
eel ui. , m. 4 ... w, . . -
rOH SALE REAL EITATB.
$1,600 JW7 9. 8?d. M13 ft, I rooms, furn-
ee heat, water and trees. BAR
GAIN. $J,260-?f B. Ret St., cast front. $4xl
feet, I rooma, all modern except
M, MO Mil Eromett St., t room, modern,
furnace heat, excellent repair In
side; owner wants to leave city:
rraronabl proposition considered
11,100-1411 Dewey ave.. new 7-room house,
modern, oak finish, mantel In recep
tion halt, fin location. Heady to more
16.000 xl00 feet, east front, corner. 554 8.
tMh ve., I rooms, oak finish, strictly
modern. Owner going to leave city;
wants to sen quick.
$8,000 In Weet Omaha district, large $
room hojee, est front, corner, 1 lots
124x12 leet, house n excellent re
pair, large rooma, strictly modern,
rood earn, fine lawn, trees, shrub
ery, etc. Owner wants to sell quick.
Reasonable propositions entertained.
$ $0075x151 feet. Uth st., south of Sprsgue;
special an paid. tf.NAf.
I1.77& 96x134 feet. 24th. luat north of Man
derson at., specials all paid. SNAP.
$ $75 30x183 feet, north front on Larlmore
St., V block east of 24th st.
$4,400 47x161 feet, corner, esst front on 38th
ave. and tiarney St. CHUu-k,.
$3,S00-4OxlS5 feet. Joins above. Best bargains
in west uraana.
$8,500 Corner 85th and Parnam sts., finest
corner In West Parnam district; ab
solutely choice; both streets paved
and paid for.
$6,80O-Oxia feet, with large 1-story houee,
corner 21st and Davenport sts.
$7,100-411x11$ fet, east front on 16th st.,
feet, south of Cuming. SNAP.
RE 425 8 n
MODERN 6 ROOM DWELLING
Cemented cellar under whole,
City water, gas and sewer,
Bathroom Complete, .
35th & DAVENPORT
TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER
WYMAN, SHRIVER CO.,
NEW YORK. LIFE BUILDING.
RE $21 I
MONEY to loan on city property. W. H.
Thomas, First Nat Bank Bldg.
RE -204 $x
884 Francis 4 rooms, full lot $ 80000
2225 Pierce 4 rooms 825.00
8014 Miami f rooms, full lot 850.00
801$ Charles 5 rooms, full lot 860.00
1010 N. 84th 4 rooms 1.600.00
21$ N. 19th 4 rooms, modern 1,700.00
W. Farnam New modern cottage., 8.4OU.0O
N. 84th STORES. FLATS: rent.
mod. houses, west; rent, $1,800 12,000.00
Bank bids., 1604 Farnam St.
.RE 429 $
SULPHUR 8PRINOS. Colorado, county
W .V . . In.. lit ,A 11 HA ..nh'
oash 5 per cent off; time payments, $i6
monthly. Address Hot Sulphjr Springs
Realty Co., ouipnur springs, i.oio.
IF YOU WANT A FINE
With li aleeplng room, well lecated. In an
jowa county scat. ix miles tas. cr umana
with l ream ot tne Trade.
If you want some fine
ALFALFA LAND NEAR JOSSBLYN
Nebraska, alresdy planted in allalla and
IK TOU WANT
' A large tract of
FINE HAY LAND,
with ample Irrigation prov.dei, near
Write me for uariiuulare. as the atove
thres bargains mu.t bs sold at once, and
ws win aatrinc ratnsr man retain long.
J. B. PIPER,
108 RAMOS BLOCK,
UTH AND HAKNKY T8., OMAHA.
MUISET to loan on residence property. W
H. 't homaa. First Nat. Bunk Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado
and Wyoming. 50c to $2 pe
acre for ranches. $J to $12 fo;
good farm lands. One-tenth
cash. Write for particulars to
B. A. McALLASTER,
Und'Comlssioner.Unlon Pacific R. R.
GREAT BARGAIN Tw l-raom houses.
modern, for $.8u0i rnt $44 per month.
Expansion of a Big City
How the Townsite
The average resident of Omaha wa al
ways apparently opposed to a eongrestlon
of population and ever sine th town was
first platted there ha been a uniform ten
dency to take th residences of people
from th business portion of th city. To
th restdsnt of th west, wber this, ten
dency Is more or less marked In every
community, Omaha presents but a enlarge
ment of th general tendency, but to th
observing people from Europe, and even
from th elder settled portions of th
United State this tendency of the people,
both of th working men and women and
those In more affluent circumstance, to get
away from th center of th city Is remark
able. Probably th other extreme of th
idea 1 best shown In th United State In
th city of New Orleans, where business
men of mors than th average mesns still
find their homes ovsr their places of busi
ness cr less frequently In the same block.
th business house and th residence both
constructed at th asm time and with th
object of economy of tin and space. Ther
ar com fin suburban homes In towns ot
this class, but they are not generally oc
cupied by men actively engaged 1 retail
trade, being th homes of persons as
sociated with others la larger lines ot busi
ness, r of retired merchants.
It was not at all surprising that th
original townslt of Omaha, which roughly
described could fce said to have been
bounded on the north by Nlehola street,
on the south by Pacific street, on the east
by the rlvor and the west by Twenty-second
street, wss too small tor the popula
tion, although capable of providing homes
for many mors than wer then within th
oorporat limits of the town, according to
the Ideas of people In more densely popu
lated countries. As rusult of this there
were msny additions platted to tbs orig
inal town, many of which remain as a
memory In the minds of the older citizens.
Among them was Park Wild, which la now
known under another name, and other
hav shared the asme fate, havln honn
platted before th owners had secured a
deed from ths government for the lend, the
plats having been vacated as illegal.
The first addition to the city of Omaha
of which there Is a permanent record in
ths office of the recorder of deeds Is Cap
itol addition, which was platted by John
H. Kellom, November 18, 1860. This ad
tlon waa south ot the cap! tot grounds and
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
TO SECURE A
HOME IN OMAHA
Under instructions from the owners, our entire list of
city properties, comprising over 100 desirable residences,
some choice business properties and a few vacant residence
lots will be put on the market atonce.
These properties have not been offered before. They
have been in our exclusive charge for from four to five years
past and are all in first-class condition, clear of incum
brance, with perfect titles, all taxes paid and will be sold right.
We have not space to describe them In detail here, but
will be glad to furnish you with a complete list, giving loca
tion, a detailed description and price of each upon application.
Address or call on
BENSON & MYERS, ,
318 N. Y.
IN MODERN HOMES,
TOMORROW WE WILL
OFFER A LIST OF IMPROV
ED PROPERTIES AT PRICES
THAT CANT BE DUPLI
CATED IN OMAHA.
$o2$ Pratt t.. a teat 8-rocm cot tag, rnc.
Imu. a.asy terms.
1841 Nb8,d st., a -roo.n cottaga, lot sl W.
$81$ Parker' st.'. a l-tory, 8-room hcus. f uh
lot. rrlC. .m.
$7U Shirley t.. jot 7uxi40. neat cottage of 1
rooms, with ony uaier ana rr n,
11. SOu. and It's a bsigaln.
$810 Decatur at., 1-ioim tnue, modern ex
cept rurnace, targe ioi. rr.n,
Easy terms. ....
E9 Emmet St.. 7-room nous, full lot. A
bargain at i.ai'.
U37N. 22d st., 8 mrgs rooms, city wit t,
gss ana Cistsrn. ana in gtua icpai.,
with full lot. Pries, $3,100.
$871 Seward at., 6 rooms, m.ulcrn t xp.
furnace, targe iui, iuuo wn. rr.te,
82AOJ. . .
1814 8. $4ih St., 6 rooms, modern, large lt,
east front. Price. $X$i0.
$01$ Emmet St., a btautl.ul ho re. $ Urgs
mums, n an cci.inK. sou n ironi. a i
modern, fries, S,J)0. lie sur and I
2772 California St., T-room modern house J Union I'alciAa Railroad company, it. A.
m,i ,t a T .'. ' i, a no-, .ii m a I McAilester. lend commissioner. Union P-JS18-17
8. Kth St.. lot 6x182, $ new all m d- tlno M.,duu-rt.rs. Umaha. is'eb.
rn hojses. Price. $.0I0.
1202-4-8 N. $4tb St., $ sior bul.d ngc 8 ft its
nil i dsei ir.ci in ine lear: rents cor '
$114 per m-nth. Price. fll.O 0.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor N. Y. life Building
RE 148 $
Tukey & Son
For Fourteen Hundred
WE WILL. SELL YOU YOUR CHOICE OF
THE ruuuinu nut tea:
S. E. corner 4$d and Lak Bt, Clifton Hill,
I room. .
B. E. corner 27th and Maple, 7 rooms, mod
ern except rurnace.
1608 Kyner Ave., t rooms, electrlo lights,
gaa, water, etc.
" A. P. TUKBT SON.
444-44$ Board of Trade bldg.
RE 4ul $
of t rooms, beeldss hall, closets, pantry,
stc, porcelain bath, closet, marble lava
tory, hot and cold water, gsa, full slse
cemented cellar, lot 42x1X1, well located In
north part, near school and car. We are
Offered $80 per month rent for this. PRICE
ONLY $l ?tu. YOU UX.U1 BEE THIS TO
IRKET SWEET, 41$ N. Y. L. TEL. 1472.
RE 26 $
WHEN buying real eatat demand an ab
street from a bonded abetracier. We are
bonded by American Surety Co. for $10.0U).
Midland Guarantee and Trust Co.. 1614
Farnam St. RE 806 $
$SUO-$100 CABH. BALANCE MONTHLY.
mll Anft.BA i.Iau ta Aouth Omaha, rse
una, newiy ppera ana paiAiea. U4
WALTER BREEN, $u$ SOUTH UTH BT.
of Omaha was Enlarged by Successive Additions,
was Intersected by Twentieth street. It
was In demand as soon aa platted, and one
of th peculiar feature of land In this
addition Is that there are perhaps fewer
transfers ot tills recorded upon the tots
than upon any equal number of lota lying
within the same distance from th business
center. Not that the lots were not de
sired by others, but they were purchssed
by people wh bsv held them for home
or who now hold them as good rental
property, while living themselves further
from th business center.
The second addition to th city, according
the th plats seen In the recorder's office.
Is Ragan's addition to the city ot Oman.
It was platted during the civil war, May
2, 1884, and th names of tbs streets given
at that Urn show evidence ot th time
at which It was orsated. The streets In
th addition were Yates, McClelland and
Grant, but neither th Yates street nor
th Grant street of ths present day. Three
months after Ragan's addition was platted
Augustus Kountse platted and placed upon
th market his Pint addition to the city
Mr. Kountse honored the authors ana
poets ot th day nd his streets were
known as Holmes, Whlttler, Lowell. Haw
thorne, Irving, Bancroft and Bryant, but
on would hav to look long to find those
streets In that location upon the present
map of Omaha.
Horbach's addition was the first to be
laid out north of the city limits, and was
on of the rapidly selling properties of
the day In which it wss new. It wss
platted June $4. 186T, two months after
George Francis Train had platted Credit
Ponder addition south of the city, which
was platted April 8, of the same year.
lim.I .k.',.,, ' for .hat was the
a. a 1 1 i 1 V RQ aaw aavAml fin
UUIUUI in ktU vw aaaw - .r
time Omaha was to realise upon tne union
Parlflo railroad. John A. Horoach piattea
his second addition June 12, John I.
Redlck's addition, southwest of town, was
platted July 11. George W. West platted
West's sddltlon November 15.
Nelson's sddltlon on Cuming street,
which In the official plat appeara as Cum
mlng street, wss one of the popular sd
dltlon at this tlm. It was plstted by
Joseph H. Nelson March 1, 1866, and
among other streets contained Center
street. North and ast of Nelson's sddl
tlon Moses F. Shlnn, pioneer preacher and
local David Harum ot the time, platted
Shlnn's addition, which was a popular one.
Several additions were platted in 1870,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE,
There will be more people going to Can
ada on our next excursions May 5th and
May 19th than ever before. Uniy $24 tor
the round trip.
No such opportunities offered anywhere
niveaiuis, scmcis, mwicis aim inc-
; qj climate, good land, good people,
sure crops, everybody satisfied. No strikes.
t-uu i put uii guuig. jiiiu iui uui lice
book telling all aDout Canada
. HATIMn5 . uc
HASTINGS & HEfDEN
Western Immigration Ajents.
510 N. Y. Life, Omaha, Neb
RE 404 $
WILLIAMSON ..ef.- 12
A NEW HOUSE
BuI'd on W will build .it for you on toe
msialimsnt j)Un. riomese.ku. a-s ...
1st Hour N. i. Life blug. UE aijiv
u i wr-u .,. trm iun,i. fn, i. k ,k.
I v-nuvM mouern nouse, u
! tfostomc. for sale cheap.
108 N.' 16th.
tenea m to.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
sere property and farm Lands. The O. F.
Dsvls Cu., Room bM Bee Bldg. KB 461
$6 500 10 room bouse, C acres
Benson car line.
$800 e-room cottage, 87th Ave.
W. N. NABON, 446 Be Building.
FOR BALE Be for leaving Omaha, my
residence. 18$ N. $8th ave.. ten rooms be
sides llbrarv and blllard room, aood
barn, esst front, lot $5x156 (set. Jsmes
FOR JIEXT HOIBK.
TWO $-roora flat, all modern; walking
distance, 2026-28 Cspitoi Ave.; KZ and l-S
tier month, lnoulre R.
C. Peters t Co.,
ground floor. Bee Bldg.
VANS and baggag wagons.
uni KCCQln ail parte of city. The O.
nUUJCO jr. Davla Co., 6un Bee B.dg.
Bemla, Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT. 8-room house, all modern, ex
cept furnace. 7"4 N. sotn St., M.w. C. M.
Bachmann, 486-87 Paxton Blk. D-$is
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; offlr 18UM Farnam, or Tel. l&j9-Mjj.
UnilQCQ1" 'l frt of th city. R.
nUUOWc. PUr Co.. Bee Bldg,
Wallace, Brown Block.
and among th Kountxe's A addition, July
!1, Reed's First addition, on ot th most
and Millard ft Caldwell's addition, which
successful additions ot ths city, April 8,
was a long reach to th north at that time,
Hanscom Place, on ot th most success
ful of all additions to th city, wa platted
June IT, 183. It has th distinction ot hav
ing th most ornamented plat rscorded of
any ot the property added to th city. Like
all others who platted ground, Mr. Hans
com exercised th right of naming the'
streets to suit himself. Almost every one
knows Park avenue, a few Isss know
Georgia avenue, still less know Virginia
avenue, while Baltimore street, Duan
treet and Liberty street hav been for
gotten since being merged with streets ot
uniform nam or number through th
In 187$ Boggs k Hill platted their first
addition on Farnam street, and It was on
of the additions which wer successful
from the start. In 1880 William Pitt Kel
logg laid out Capital Hill addition along
Farnam street esst ot 'Boggs Hill's ad
dition. It waa Instd property from tk
start. Patrick's addition, north ot town,
was platted In 1883, and was an addition
where values wer stable from th start.
The next year John Q. Willis platted Idle
wild addition, which bears th distinction
of being the only addition in which th
dedication of the atreets except th opera
tion of railroad trains over tbem, for Mr.
Willis recorded his well-known aversion t
rorpcrstlocs at that time by reserving th
right to grant railroads the right to
streets In this addition.
Of the additions platted In 1888, and their
names were legion, the on which main
talned values on a higher plana than any
other was probably Kountzs Plsc. wher
the price of land wss compsrstlvely low,
but a building contract making necessary
I he expenditure of at least $8,600 on each
hcuse erected In the addition, mad vacant
lots detlrsble for homes and prevented de
cline to levels reached by some addition
no less favorably tttu'ited, but wher no
limit wss placed on the cost of building.
Orchard Hill. Walnut Hill and "Beautiful
Cllflon Hill" and Bemls Psrk wer ad
ditions northwest of the business center
which were very popular at their Incep
tion and fulfilled to a great eitent th
hope of the Investors.
FOR RENT HOI SES.
Rlngwalt. Barker Blk.
ONE of those fine, all modern, 7-room brick
housts, 23th and Isard Sts., $20.00. O E
Turklngton, 606 Bee. D M224
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van A Btor
age Co. Tel. 1496. Office. 1711 Webster St.
NEW eight-room modern house. m uald
well. D 44
FOR KENT, 8-room house, 2839 Fsrnsm St.; I
modern except furnace; newly repaired
complete. Inquire at 607 N. Y.
8-ROOM house, city water.
8115 Burt St.
ELEQANT modern 9-room brick.
2601 Capitol avenue, adjolnln
FOR RENT, near High achool.
518 Capitol Ave., 10-room modern, 840.
2621 Capitol Ave., 9-room, modern, $26.
Tel. 573. B. H. Roblson, $548 Capitol Ave.
FOR RENT, 10-room modern residence, east
front and large lot, 1046 Oeorgla Ave., $54.
Strictly modern stsam heated flat In
Davldge bldg., oppoalte city hall, $36.
6-room cottage, 19 Isard St., $17.
10-room house, 1912 Pierce St.. $18.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1108 FARNAM BT.
2704 FARNAM ST., 10-room modern brick
dwelling. W. M. Rogers, 2708 Farnam Bt.
FOR RENT, modern house, 10 room, near
Hanscom park, nice lawn and shade, first
oiuss In every respect. GARVIN BROS.,
: Farnam St. D-878
VOR RENT, May 1, 8-room brick, modern.
Inquire 320 N. 28d at. D-MIKS8
FOUR-ROOli cottage, gaa. city water, $10
per month. 2109 NT 88th St. D M88S
FOR RENT. 8-room cottage water and
aewer and cistern water. Call 1543 N. 18th
atreet. D 234 M3
PAYNE-ROSTWICK & CO. Choice houses.
601-608 New York Life Bldg. 'Phone 1016.
CENTRAL modern 6-room flat, 820 N. tJd
treet. D M28S
FOR RENT 7-room modern cottace. F. D.
Brown. Tel. B2424. D 888 4
FOR RENT, 8-room cottage, with well and
cistern. 261T Chicago St. Inquire 26IS Chi
cago St. D 398 8x
FOR RENT new modern house. 8418 Dewey
Ave., $7,8 00. Call mornings before 11. M.
Beck. 2lol Farnam. D 300 8x
6 ROOMS, upslalra. N. 80th. $7.
$ rooma, 27th and Patrick Ave., $6.
10-room house, north, $2S.
ERNEST BWEET, 613 N. T. L
D 289 $
Fl'RNITl'RE of 6-room house for sale and
house for rent at $7. 4206 Chgrles St.
A modern 6-room dwelling. Including fur
nace, corner lot n ana Davenport street.
Rent. 20 and water rent.
WYMAN, SHRIVER CO., N. T. IBLXKl,
FOR RENT, to October 1. desirable, well
furnished, eight-room, detsched house, to
fimlly of two or three sdults with first-
clans references. C 66, Bee. D S4S $x
FOR RENT, modern eleht-rnom house.
goo a conauion. zkjd Decatur ml
FINE ton-room house, newly papered, rinse
in, oniy . uanneii, n tirown H'ock.
2S19 Dewev Ave., $-mom brick flat, bath,
closet, first floor, $11.
282$ Dewey Ave.. 4-room brick flat, bath
ana riosei, aecona noor, m.
$11 8. 23th Ave., good $-ronm cottaga. city
water, aewer, sink In kitchen, nlc gaa
fixtures, easy walking distance. $12.
2811 Chicago St., 6-room cottage very large
yara, city water ana cioeet insias, only 112.
2.V4 Emmett St., 7 rooms, city Water Inside,
We hsve some good store rooms for rent
rAI no in co i aar.n i t'UM r AN T.
Main Floor N. Y. Life Bide.
D 40$ $
SMALL cottage, close to gss work and
vineser rectory, mu south aa. Rent. $6.
war a t w-. m rt wim n . a. -a n . .
" Ai. j la nitccn, sue nouin ltn Ht,
D 1x4 $
HOU8E8 FOR RENT
(28 N. 80th 10 rooms modern $5S.00
2704 Farnam 16 rooma. modern to on
1626 S. 2Kth St. 10 rooms, modern 46 00
2619 Poppleton $ r., mod., furnished.... 86 00
V63 Bt. Mary's Ave. r., modern 80 no
l-i S. 23d 10 rooms jj.on
1ho8 Corby 6 rooms, city water 18.00
$11 N. 16th l-roora fist lloo
1912 Mason rooms, city water 11 00
1312 S. 27th 6 room 10.00
$114 Ames A vs. i rooms, city water.. 10.M
2 8. ioth 6 room, city weter 6 6
2)0 8. 2Mb Ave 4 rooms. $d floor 4 OA
$711 Ohio 8 rooms o
2so7 Dupont 8 rooms, cltv wster $60
Com'l Nat. Bank bldg., 14 Farnam St.
FOR RENT. 8418 Dewey ave.. 1-no-n. all
new. modern house, oak nnlsn. Polish-
noors. i n. v, Bholes Co., 7vn n. l
Ltf bldg. 'Phone 48. D 441 $
Oood T-rooui house, close In; porcelain hath,
closet, gss. etc.. with larse barn. Pn
Bostwlck Co., 4vi-$-$ N. Y. Life hlrtg.
SIX-ROOM modern flt.
mi s. nth st
MODERN, Ut So. 88th St., $St.M
D 4flC I
FOR RENT 7-room nouns; modern Im
provements. Mil Cspltol Ave.
FOR RENT, flrst-clsss l-room, all modern
house, steam neat, comer i.Mh and Cali
fornia St.; will b put In flrst-clsss condi
tion. Inquire at 1W Cass st. 1-Mm
t-ronm, modern house $564 Pougla $27.50.
I nos. rt. ren, aiercnams .aiiunsi
bldg. D448 3
FOR RENT, th elegsnt 1 hous at
Ki N. 87th sve. ; complete modern In
every appointment; sulia. .e for larg
family or rooming house. Inquire R. C.
Peters Co., ground ..oor, Be Building.
THE ABBOTT-COWAN CO.
Ph6n A8SJ7. 618-314 Brown Block.
WEEKLY BULLETIN OK BUSINESS
CHANCES AND INVE8TMKNT8.
$500 buy one-third Interest In manufactur
ing concern, with office position at $50 per
month. Oood business and large piohts.
$6,000 buys manufacturing ouslneks whole
sale and lobbing trade. Business cl ared
$1,000 In April. Goods thoroughly adver
tised and introduced. This Is a snap rr
sums one. , M
$l,0wi buys grocery on 18th Bt. Bee u for
particular. W wish prospeotlvs buer
to Inquire of wholstale houe a to aland
lng of this place.
$S00 buys 5-chslr down town barber ahop.
Receipts from $140 to $150 per week. This
Is a well known atand.
Mill 60 barrels capacity, northern Kant as,
Furnltur and undertaking business In
lo.ooo town. Over 100 funerals last year
and heavy furniture sales. Invoice about
$1,0x0 buy furniture tn one of th best
hotel In the state. Larg county seat
town. Kin location and splendid busi
ness. Oenersl merchandise tor In western Ne
braska, county seat, at Involo. Profit
will clear ud purchase price in one year.
Old established business and goid town.
$750 buys best cigar store in to.ouo town;
good location; old atand and large sales.
Any of the above businesses will bear
closest Investigation. Our list Is larg
and Includes nearly every line all pi lees.
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHINll TO 8ELl.p
NO MATTER WHAT IT IS, WHEKL
LOCATED OR WHAT IT IS WORTH,
LI8T WITH US FOR QUICK aA1-
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
any property or Business quica., see j. n.
Johnson, 813 N. Y. Llfs. Y 858
WANTED, In Coin, la., a flrst-clcos gen
eral store; good brick room can be had
at once, 86x100 fret; best location In city,
inquire ot J. A. Delk, Coin, la. T 4U7
nUlCu, W Siwrjnns ruvui". w.ii iuiiudiicu,
doing fin business; Nebraska town ot
8,000; rent, $76; furniture for sal reason
able; cash and time. You'll buy If you
J. H. JOHNSON. New York Life.
TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, good business
lot, lUxlUS. on 11th, south of cement
works. Box J 86. Bee. Y-M231 M27
WANTED Any men, party or corporation
who la looking for a nrst-clasa location
for business or manufacturing purpotes
will do well by Investigating ma aavan
tagea that are offered to them by the
best town In Nebraska. For full particu
lars, address, Fred Bonnenscbeln, West
JHoint, Neb. If 83a a
1 WANTED A good, reliable party to bull!
and keep in operation a
plant in West i'olnt, Neb,
tunity for the rtgni party. No other coll
atoraae plant within fifty miles. For
further ln.oimatlon addreta, Fied brnnen
schein, West folnt, Neb. Y 38i $
A TRIED AND PROVEN
GREAT MONEY MAKING ENTERPRISE,
For thirty years C. K. Rand nus promptly
fulfilled all contracta and atands ready
to do so for thirty years more. Th C. E.
Hand Company, co-operative owners of
race horses and general turf nUrpiliea,
hav never paid le tbsn 8 per cent pjr
week to all Investors. Dividends ar re
mitted on Wednesday of each week. All
Investments subject to withdrawal, with
Interest to date, upon demand. Writ fo
THE C. E. RAND COMPANY.
$1 BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY.
RESTAURANT In Kansas City for sale,
$1,800; splendid trade; m health only rea
son lor selling. Address 63. care nee.
$82.00 OUR weekly average for the past six
years on an investment or -5.w. Has
never been eaualed. We sladly give all
desired Information. Orannan & Co., 838
EJ. Fourth Bt.. Cincinnati, o. it
MEN can make $100 per month with
investment, circular tor siamj
Ackley, tiloux City, lew.
INFORMATION FREE Lesi lmate, honor
able employment, our gen.ru ig nis
make big money. Address, 2i0 Hall Ul. g,
Kansas City, Mo. Y Uto-8
WE CAN take car of a few more con
ervatlve Investors who take no chances
but willing to accept large returns and
having $j (or iess to vi.vm to invest
monthly payments If desired: money
cured and drawing Interest, be Id as shar
ing in profits wnlch will be exceptionally
large; absolutely sale; no chances f)
take; managed by Iowa men of highest
standing and ability; beat financial and
bank references; act promptly. Addiess,
C 60, Bee. Y-812-8"
BUY July wheat and corn "now;" $100.00
Invested 8n grain or stock by our "Mod
ern Msthod Plan" should result In large
profits within 80 daya. Write for particu
lars and aend for our free booklet, "Mod
ern Methods for Safe Investments."
Flower ft Co., Bankers and Brokers,
Traders' Bldg., opp. Board of Trade. Chi
na go. Y 288 8x
A PROMINENT cereal food company, hav
ing established a number or branch of
fice throughout the United State, desires
th services ot four more men of ability
to act as state managers; a good oppor
tunity for reliable men; compensation
$3,000 per annum. Address "Cereal," Box
8484, Battle Creek, Mich. Y 2S6 Sx
A CHANCE FOR A FORTUNE If you will
sena ror our letter ann Dooxiet on corn,
and Its market, you will receive a com
pendium of Information which will aa-
tonleh you and awaken you to a realisa
tion of an opportunity for making an In
dependent fortune, from a comparatively
small investment, in a very anort time.
At no time in its nislory has the corn
market been In the condition now Dre-
vailing, and those who take advantage of
the situation will make enormous profit.
We are corn specialists and devote our
entire time, attention and energies to that
commodity exclusively. No other broker
age house la in ths same position In this
market that we are, and we ar better
fitted to handle accounts for clients thsn
any other grain commission house In the
country. Acting on our advice, our clients
hav, In the past, realized thousands from
Investments of hundreds. Our advice to
day Is to buy July corn. On account ot
the short crops of 1901 this country was
unable to suDiily one-seventh of tha Am.
mend for export and the last crop Is of
such inferior quality that the greateat por
tion of It will not come up to contract
grade and therefor will not ha iomI "-
livery. Thsre Is absolutely no old corn In
the country and the Inferior crop of ltuf
will supply but littls more than a third
of the demand. Tha axiort demand nn
account of the fact that we were unable
to supply out a seventh part of It last
year will be much greater than ever and
in aemana ror ins oeet grade from man.
Ufacturers of breakfast foods, aluooaa
starch, etc., will eclipse all former reo.
ords. Th parson who buys July corn now
can make a fortune before July $1. We
win giaaiy extend you the accommoda
tlon of our unequaled facilities and will
nsnale your account to the best ad
vantage, giving It our personal attention
Your funda will be protected by much
larger added capital, and as we charge a
commlailon of 10 per cent on profits only
we cannot mau money irom your ac
cojnt unlesa ws make some for you. con
sequently you will be assured of perfect
service. Highest bank and commercial
reierencea rumianea. aiercnanta Broker
ace and Commission Co., Suite t Gsy
I1U0-., di. ijuuiv, aau. X 291 9X
HOW TO MAKE MONEY In certain atock
and recoup all previous losses. Former
mumber house or representatives, obisln.
lng valuable Information from New York
and Washington, will set for you. This
advertisement may not appear attain. Ac
counts $00 and upward. Hosklnr, Hul
building Philadelphia, pa. Y 28$ Ix
tZC INVESTED by our cumulative plan will
return ia. unit lor run particular, c
M. Upton. 424 New York Life Bldg . Chi
WHOLESALE and retail liquor ators, s-
tabllr!isd In 1877, In central Nebraoka, will
Invoice stock, doing a good bu.ine.a
Owner wishes to retire. A splendid op
portunity. Wm. Madgett, Real Estate,
Hastings, N.b. I
DOUBLE YOUR MONET Buy U. 8 Steel
common stock. $."0 will margin ten ehares.
$ on twenty. Kvery lt-eolnt advance
will double your investment. This stock
pays a 4 per cent dividend and 10 r"
cent on preent value, regardless cf mar
ket fluctuations. It will sell st 50 before
July 1. Bret and Barest Investment we
know of. Write for our advice on grain,
provisions and cotton. Bonk free. Keei
Brokerage Co., St. Louts, Mo. Y
PATENTS SECURED OR FEE RETURN-
.u. ena model or sketch for FREE
opinion aa to patentability. Send for II
lustrsted GUIDE BOOK and list cf In
ventions wanted, finest publications leued
for free distribution. Contain veluable
Information regarding patents, trade
marks and copyrights; how to obtain and
sell them; 1(W mechanical movements, etc.
Patent secured by us advertised free In
the PATENT RECORD. SAMPLE
COPIES FHEE. Address.
EVANS. WlLKKN'n A m
Registered Attorneys, bui F 8t., Washing
ton, u. (.'. IT-
WOULD you Invest $30 to make $500? Would
you invest linn to make $3,000 In a few
weeks? Full particulars of Just this kind
of an Investment on application. Adams
Lang, 114 East 28d St., New York City.
Y 417 $x
CORPORATIONS ORfJ A NIZKH
Under United Ststes laws for Dlrtrlct of
Columbia. Cheaper, safer, broader pow
ers. No annual taxes. Address J. H.
Kug'.er, 41 Wall street. New York. Y
MAN to take charge ot electrical baths;
experience unnecessary; good pay; must
have $150 cash. Dr. Schley, Lincoln, Neb.
Y 111 Sx
DRUG STORE FOR BALE The only store
in one or ins oesi country towns in tne
state; large country trade; stork all new
and up to data; will Invoice about $1,200.
If you want a snap write at once. Ad
dress D 2, Bee. Y-M422 4x
WANTED, a location for photograph gal
lery. Who haa a vacant gallery to rent
or will put In a ekyllirht for responsible
party, Iowa or Nebraska? Lock Box 31.
Glldden, la. Y 851 Sx
A REVELATION to Investors. Your In
vestment quadrupled In 60 days by a
strictly legitimate business transaction.
Greatest oil stock proposition now on the
market. Highly endorsed by responsible
business men. Writ for free booklet.
Williamsburg Oil Company, 708 Fisher
Bldg., Chicago, III. Y 860 Jx
FRUIT, confectionery and stationery etore
wnn soaa rouniain, lor aaie in live gold
mining town of 6,000 population; clears
$ per month; will sell at Invoice, about
$2,; must hav all cash. C. W. Barker.
Lead, 8. D. Y-M3&8 18x
$2000 EARNS $1,000.00 IN ONE MONTH.
Thl represents average profits for past
six months. In one week alone net profits
were $874.00 on a $20 Investment. A fslr
business proposition coming from a cor
poration with $100,000 capital. National
Bank references. Write for particulars.
Stsr A Crescent Co., Dept. X, 826-228 La
Sail St., Chicago. Y-870 $x
WANTED to Invest, all or part of $S.0O0.flC
in aome paying business. Address D 6,
Bee. Y-398 $
'THIS BEATS NEW JERSEY." Charter!
procured under South Dakota laws for
a few dollars; write for corporation laws,
blanks, bylawa and forma to Philip Law
rence, late assistant secretary of state,
Huron, Beadle Co., South Dakota.
Y 359 8x
EASTERN Oregon Mining company ot
great merit and high standing desires
connection with reliable firm or Individ
ual capable of selling stock, eastern Ore
gon mining stocks ar in demand; liberal
atrangement will be made with party
having cllentil and able to show business.
Address G. M. Rockwell tt Co.. Herman
Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis. Y-864 2x
CRIPPLE CREEK-50 AC. S. of Btratton s
Independence Dike, 60 feet wide; half
810.000; all 820,000. R. More A Son. Cat.
Bldg., Denver, Colo. Y 365 Sx
HOTEL FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Modern, 8-story, frame, 40 rooma: lot Six
160; improvement, good condition; lo
cated In southwestern Iowa, thriving
town $12,000 cash or good Improved fsrm;
leased at 8100 per month; reliable tenant.
J. H. Johnson. N. Y. Life. Y-M447 S
BUY July wheat and corn at once. Will
make you substantial profit; $100 Invest'd
In grain or stock by our Safety Margin
system should make from $400 to t-SOO In
4 to $ weeks. Write for particulars and
Free Book Systematic, Sensible Specula
tion, Marginal System. C. K. Posrdman
ft Co.. Wheeler bldg., opp. Board of
Trade, Chicago. Y 401 $
FOR SALE Snap Land, warehouse, small
hotel, established business; new, growing
Colorado town. Denton Painter, Star
bldg., Lincoln. Y M426 5
J. H. JOHNSON.
REAL E8TATE and BUSINESS CHANCE8
HAS for SALE or EXCHANGE
GENTS' Fi'RNISHING GOODS.
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERIES,
AND various other legitimate line of busi
ness, ot whlcn you can learn aooui at
my office. I have some meritorious prop
ositions which will profit you to snvestl
ate at once.
Phon L2270. 848 N. Y. Ure.
KELLERSTRA89 Distilling Company of
Kansas City and Bt. iouis. ipni sior.
$500,000.00. full paid and nonassessable.
Shares $10.00 each. Stock pays 1 per cent
a month regular dividend and will pay at
least $ per cent more during the year In
extra dividends, making 20 per cent In all.
This Is a msll order house exclunlvoly
and business wilt Increase at least 60 per
cent this yesr over last yesr. Does a
strictly cash business, has no debts what
ever and Is an absolutely safe Irrveatment.
A small amount of this stock can be had
at par. It will Increaae tn value rapidly.
For bank reference and full particulars
addresn Baker ft Crabtrec. 617 Fjllerton
Bldg., St. Loula, Mo. Y-4.15 8
For Income-paying Omaha business prop
erty, vaue .()", a nrst-nasa ranrn ad
joining Bouth Platte valley, near Mother
land; consists of about 6,00o acres, all
fenced, part deeded, no government land
In enclosure; over 600 head of well bred
cattle, necessary horses and other rsncb
equipment on the plsce for sale at market
crlre. For particulars address
JOHN BRATT ft CO., North Platte.Neb.
t 4 ax
CLOSE drug buyera call or write Ross-
Flowers ft CO., ltH f arnam Bt.. umana,
Neb. -M902 M2H
EXPERT ACCOI NTAHT.
R. Rathburn, Room 14, Com'l Nat. bank.
FARM! FOR BALE.
EXCURSION TO CANADA.
Our next excursions for Canada leave May
$ and May 19. Round trip rate, $24 00. Bend
for our free books telling ail about
Canada, the land that offer the best op
portunities for homeseekTs snd Investors.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN,
$10 N. Y. Life Bldg , Omaha, Neb. '
FINANCIAL CapttaJ fuml.hed Industries,
mlnea and new enterprises. Your stuck
guaranteed, etc. Corporation Finance
Co., Bt. Paul, Minn. sua is
IX) YOU want a safe per cent bond and
a bonus of stock that will pay large an
nual dividends? Address R. Moffrti. AsU,
71$ Loan Ave., Cleveland, O. 2x0 3x
- : j i i '- - . -' 1 u TS
ft Lundberg. 11$ Bo. 17th. Tel
Kat Bait J1!
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