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THE OMAIIA' SUNDAY v BEE: JULY 22, 1900.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
R.'C. PETERS & CO.
In Walking distance we offer on 8-room
fuljjr modern house, one block Farnam
car line. Price, $1,800.
On So. 27th St., near Jackson, we offy
even-room modern house, street paved,
permanent walk, rooms large and well
arranged. Price, IM'iO. $1,000 down,
balance monthly payment.
Nine-room modern house In Dundee, lialf
block from car line; porcelain bntli, new
plumbing and new furnace. Trice, IS. 7(0.
On No. 23d Ft. we offer a 12-room house,
arranged In two H-room apartment, com
plete except furnace, good cellar; one-half
rente for $20 per month; building U six
year old. Trice, 11,750.
Eight-room house, water, gas. toilet
room, good cellar, fruit and shade; lot 50x
132; situated on Ro. (10th, between Hickory
and Walnut. Trice; $3,300.
On So. 27th St., between Pacific and
Popplotoh, we offer a 7-room house, mod
ern and In good repair, for $3,000. You
can pny $250 down end balance $30 per
Eight-room house with reception hall,
modern plumbing, bricked cellar, situated
on Spauldlng near 2fiih. Trie, $2,750.
B8 IS Charles St., 8-room modern house
In good condition. Price, $2,750. Want
On Larrimore Ave., near 34th St., 8
room house, well, cistern, cemented cellar,
barn, fruit and ehade. Trice, $2,800.
On Nicholas St., Just west of 40th, 6
room modern house, In fine condition; per
manent walks, south front. Trice, $2,400.
Seven-room house In fair repair, lot 60x
130, good well, new foundation and new
porch. Price, $1,800. Situated on Sew
ard, between Jfith and 37th.
Five-room cottage, cistern and well, elec
tric lights, cemented cellar, barn, coal
R. C, PETERS & CO.
220 South Seventeenth.
36TH & AMES AVE.
Just one block from car line, we have a
brand new 6-rooin cottage, all modern,
handsomely finished In Flemish oak;
large attic, floored, with stairway leading
to 11; full fo-foot east front lot, laying
nice and high, commanding view of tiie
whole city. Owner built It for his home,
but has now made arrangements to go
Into the contracting business In Sun
' Francisco and wishes to leave Just its
soon as his house Is sold 11,800 takes lus
home. Do you want It? See It.
N. P. DODGE & CO.
$4,600 You will iniva an unusual bargain
if you do not examine 209-2ill Willis Ave.
Twg 8-story brick houses, first story built
of slone; bath and lurnace In each house,
very ileup lot, brick wails in front und
paved court. Each house will rent to two
families lor $.fi.to. Taxes and lnsurunce
low: In good neighborhood. We have al
ready refused $4,2vO.
$42,600 60-room modern hotel In good loca
tion, near the Union depot. The building
Is In good condition, press brick. Also three
large frame houses renting for $!0.u0 a
month go with the hotel property and still
more ground with a large lo-room houao
can be purchased at a reasonable figure.
$2,900 t-room all modern house, new fur
nace, hot and cold water, shade and fruit
trees, on Burdette St., near Military Ave.
Good barn, newly painted; the best barguln
In Clifton Hill. Do not nils this It you
are thinking of buying. Easy terms.
$8,000 The northwest corner of 21st and
Burt; 10-room frame house and lot 80x145.
Thla Is the cheapest corner ltiBldetof Cum
ing St., r.nd there Is room for ten houses
which will rent well. If you are looking
. for a permanent Investment, do not miss
thla snap. .
$8,000 The southwest corner of list and
Burt. Beautiful grounds and handsome
brick house, SO ft. front on Burt St." and
112 on list. A very hundaome home and in
vestment close In.
$1,700 A very neat and practically modern
6-room cottage with nice grounds, fruit
trees, barn, chicken house, sewer, water
and gas. Two full lots on Charles St..
near ulh, two blocks from the Harney oar.
$2,260 A very neat 8-room house on 42d St.,
near Cuming; east front, good lot, shade
trees, house is all modern and In good re
pair. Can be Bold on 'easy terms.
$600 Non-resident owner was In town and
told ua to sell his lot on the southeast
corner of 30th and Lake. It Is a fine lot,
right for grade and car line; good neigh
borhood and street will he soon paved.
Easy term. City water, sewer and gas.
$400 Double front lot on Lake and Ersklne,
at ith St. A big snap as the owner
wants to close nn estate. Very easy terms;
4s ft. on Lake by 48 ft. on Ersklne.
$1,400 New 6-room house and two acres
and a house never ben occupied on a
sightly location. 1 mile north of Krug park,
only $-'00 down and balance monthly und
$1 260 Five acres beautiful sightly land
near Krug park. This land will double
In value In two years.
N. P. Dodge & Co.
10-room house, with large
grounds, fronting east on Flor
ence boulevard, opposite Rome
Miller's new home; fine old for
est trees. This Is ban ytoe'.icot
car and not far out, but has a
decided suburban air. Owner
has left the city; asks $7,0CO,
but make an offer. Will rent
to good parties If not sold at
Field Club Acre
185x187 feet on that fine
plateau on 36th St., just north
of the Field club; south and
east front. This will be the
very choice of that entire dis
trict when better developed.
Ask li.000. Owner anxious to
sail; make an offer. It will be
a bargain for someone.
Harrison & Morton
Alt N. T. ' Life-
Tel. Doug. -314.
, DON'T WAIT.
0 ftflfi Oft wt" buy a better bar-
47Z,CaAAW gain than the modern bouse
of T large rooms, well built and In good re
pair, almost new open plumbing and fur
nace, corner lot, toil IK. Cash or term,
possesslou at one. Must be suld this
month. Inquire on the premises. 44ul
farnam, or see
JOHN W. ROBBINS.
1801 FARNAM 8T.
TELEPHONE DvjI'ULAS 63.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
house, chicken house, buggy ahed, shade,
ill In good condition. Trice. $1,800.
Fix-room house In good repair, lot BOX
124, good well and cistern, barn 18x2,
nhnde and fruit. Trice, $1,400.
Five-room house, city water and barn,
lot 83x236; one Mock from car. Price,
Six rooms, Including basement, 4719
Hamilton. Trice. $900.
4940 No. 15th St., l-room house, newly
Tapered and painted. Price, $800.
In Hanacom Park we have several fine
residences for sale at price ranging from
' 000 to $12,000. We shall be pleased to
show these on application.
Lot on Dodge, near 86th Ave.! south
front, very desirable. Trice, 11,785.
4 4x150 on Cuming, near 34th, permanent
walks. Price, $1,500.
Two lots, each 80x120, on Cass, near 33d,
south front. Trice, $850 each.
On Spaulding, near 29th, we offer for
quick snle a good, full lot for $400.
Two lots on 29th, Just south of Pratt.
Trice, $100 each.
Several choice Dundee lota at $880 each.
These lots are well located and worth
Four acres lying one mile north of Krug
Park; lays well. Price, $1,000.
One acre Improved with 6-room house,
barn, coal shed, chicken house, well and
cistern. Fruit and small fruit. High and
sightly. One mile west of Florence car
line. Price, $2,000.
We have a few choice Boulevard Terrace
lots for sale. These lots are going rap
Idly and are for homes. If you are think
Ing of buying, don't delay. Positively the
cheapest choice lots on the market
Ground Floor Bee Building.
NEW AND MODERN
New modern B-room house on north side
of Seward St., Just east of 33d, on Har
ney car line. Only $250 down and $20
per month on balance.
HOUSES PRICED FOR
2511 Patrick Ave., 6 room
and attic, also barn for two
horses; lot 40x136; easy
7 rooms and attic, all mod
ern except furnace, $2,700.
4010 Nicholas St., lot 34x
160. All modern excet fur
nace. $2,450. Easy terms.
4-room house In South
Omaha, 607 Railroad Ave. A
snap at $875. Easy terms.
3502 X St., South Omaha,
6-room house; only $475.
New 4-room house In Ben
sop; lot 60x120. Cheap, $1,000.
6-room house In Benson,
beautiful shade trees, fruit
trees, coal, chicken and cow
sheds. If ' sold this week,
$1,200. Easy terms..
2 large lots on Half How
ard, near 42d St., only $176
Lot on ICth St. Boulevard; a
60x150 ft. lot, near 40th
and Hamilton 8ts.; dandy lo
cation for a store building.
Only $850; easy terms.
20 acres, land lies very
beautifully. Just west of Dun
dee. Make us an offer.
28th and Sprague Sts., $700;
CIIAS. E. WILLIAMSON,
1201 Farnam St.
U. S. National Bank Building.
offer the following:
$6,000 20-room double house on 23rd
street near Casa. Strictly mod
ern. Brings a rental of $8 (JO
$4,500 8-room on North 2 4th street
near Grant Ave. All modern.
Beautiful lawn and fine shade,
trees. Lot 132x132 feet.
$3,750 8-room near 49th and Daven
port streets in Dundee. All
modern. Large lot.
$2,800 7-room all modern except fur
nace on barker street n;ar
2 4th. Small house In the rear
that will rent for $8.00.
$2.300 6-room all modern, on Nich
olas street near 41st. Good
l,95(W-8-room.g on Rees street, neas.
1614 Farnam St.
Phone Douglas 6487
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N- P DODGE, Jr., President.
PETER JESSEN. Secretary.
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ANYONE having good farm for sals at
reasonable price within 3U0 miles of
Omaha, please write price and descrip-
.!.,. vwiiiia vuijr urea answer, w . is,
Cunningham, Andrua Wldg.. Minneapolis,
Winn. HE uw lis.
NEW. six large rooms and hall. atHotlv
modern house, on N. joth boulevard, near
rowier ve.; naruwooa nnmn downstairs.
By owner. Address K 3H, Bee.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
J. W. ROBBINS
115,000 Nearly new fine modern residence,
with large lot, on the best street In
the West Farnam district. The price
mlnht he shaded some. Bee me for
$ $.000 Fully modern new house on Park
Ave. between Jackson and Farnam.
$ 4,000 s-toom modern house and barn,
with two lots, at southwest corner
Of Hansrom park.
$ 3.000 8-room house and barn, eaet front.
In Hansrom Place.
$ 2.S00 Corner lot and 8-room modern house
and barn, 4T Farnam.
$ 2,7302 houses and large lot, 4th and
$ 8,000-xl31, southwest corner 16th and
Jones: easy terms.
$ . 40 Fine lot on IXth Ave. near Dodge.
$ 1,600 Full lot on boulevard, Woolworth
Ave. and 83d; no street taxes.
$ l.SSO East front on $7th, near Farnam.
$ 1,260 Fine corner, 60x150, 4lst and Lafay
ette Ave., one block from car line,
on paved street,
$ l,nco South front on Chicago St., west of
$ poo M feet on 29th St., near Jackson.
$ 700 Full lot on California, west of iWtli.
$6,60015 acres.i north of Ames Ave., with
east frontage of 660 feet on Kith Bt.
; (raved). This will soon double In
Fine 80-aere fruit farm on the V, est Cen
ter street paved road, good buildings, 10
acres of apples, t acres of grapes,
cherry trees and other fruits, all bearing.
Price, $2") per acre, on easy terms.
SETS ME FOR OTHER BARGAINS.
FIRE INSURANCE AND RENTALS.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM BT.
S rooms, 8114 Seward St.. south front, water
In kitchen, only aw; smaii amount uuwn
and $16 a month on balance. Same as
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
SIXTH FLOOR N. Y. LIFE BLDQ.
608 So. S5th Ave., two-story,
strictly modern house, prac
tically new; cement walks,
permanent steps, nice terrace,
east front; $3,600.
909 So. 27th St., two-story 10
or 11-rooms, bath, gas, cistern,
large barn, fruit, shade, lot
60x124, only $2,800. A snap.
27th and. Blnney Sts., half
acre of ground, 6-room house,
3216 Franklin St., 6-room
house, 60 ft. lot, fine shade,
good barn; $1,300.
On 84th .St., north of Bemls
Park, nice 6-room cottage
homo with electric light, fine
shade, for $1,300.
807 N. 43d St., 8-room house, '
all modern except furnace,
with 60 ft. lot; $2,100.
41st and Nicholas Bta., east
front corner, 6 rooms all mod
ern, Including electric light,
barn, fruit, shade; price $2,400.
8416 Decatur St., beautiful
cottage home of 6 rooms, with
electric light, fine shade, la
first class repair; price $1,800.
70 ft. on . Sherman Ave. be
tween Sherwood Ave. and the
Sherman apartment house,
with beautiful ' trees, fine
building site for flats; nonresi
dent owner closing out cheap;
paving all paid.
Three beautiful east front
lots 'on 41st and Lafayette
Ave. on a three-foot terrace,
solid ground, sewer, water
and gas in street. Price very
cheap. Will build to Bult pur
chaser on easy term.
Northeast corner of 42d and
. Dodge St., three nice building
lots for sale cheap. Oo look at
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
601-1 New York Life Bldg.
to your home is of para
When you order a
"Kerr" abstract you
don't get an abstract
made by the old methods
of twenty years ago, hut
one made expressly for
YOU and at the TIME
YOU ORDER IT.
If you have a "Kerr"
Abstract, a 110,000.00
bond with the American
Surety Company of New
York, as security, abso
lutely protects you
against all possible loss
TILE KERR-SHALLCROSS CO.
1614 Farnam St. Phone Douglas 6487
FOR SALE FARMS
2,000 ACRES AT $2.50 ACRE
in western Nebraska, soil is
black loam on a heavy clay,
sub-soil Is very rich and bu
lly worked; no atones. The
owner Is anxious to selL
The same kind of land under
irrigation sells as high as
$100 an acre.
PATNE INVESTMENT CO,
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
H 469 1$
GOOD FARM LAND CHEAP.
Our special excursion rates from Omaha
to Pierre. S. D.. and from Omaha to
Akron, Colo., Tuesday, July $4. are leas
than one fare (or the round trip. Call
Monday for maps, literature, rates, etc,
and arrange early Tuesday for tickets.
CONTINENTAL FEALTY CO..
$$-$ U. 8. Nat 1 Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neb,
H M4 11
2S0 acres, fine Improvements; 60 seres under
cultivation, balance can sll be farmed
and Is now In fine hay meadow; half eaah,
balance time. A snap. Address, Purdy
Perkins, Aiuswortb, Neb.
Grain and Stock Farm
VJ seres level land; soil It
a black vegetable mold on a
heavy clay subsoil, la very
rich, works fine, having no
rocks or stones; 100 acres In
cultivation, balance pasture
and hay land; good fences,
sheds and other outbuildings
and windmill; neat 6-room
. dwelling. Price only $10 an
acre. It would make an Ideal
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
PLEASE SELL OUR LAND
PLEASE SELL OUR LAND
We have large blocks of land In South Da
kota. North Dakota, Minnesota and Canada,
brtftht literature and local salesmen for each
point. Big commissions to good agents,
write today. Oct busy for the Autumn Im
migration. Write us for terms.
Elwood Land Co. (Inc.) Cap. $100,000
11 GUARANTY BUILDING.
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACEIC
Is closing out Its lands In western Ne
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From $3.00 to $6.00 per acre.
Take advantage of the low prices and
easy terms offered, the opportunity will
soon be gone.
Special excursion rates to the lands.
For further information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY,
318 South 15th St., Omaha, Neb.
Western Kansas Wheat Lands
60,000 acres of fine wheat lands, $4.00 to
$15.00 per acre. Special excursions every
Tuesday. Write for particulars, el lobe
Land and Investment Co., Omaha, Neb.,
and Sioux City. Ia. HM 421 A18
HIGHLY IMPROVED FARM
10 MILES FROM OMAHA
156 ACRES, $15,600.
This farm is northwest of
city, near Military road; lies
fine; land In highest state of
cultivation, 24 acres meadow
and pasture, balance under
plow; -room house, barn for
10 horses and 12 cows, corn
crib, granary, cattle sheds
and hog house, also machine
shed, two windmills.
GEORGE it CO.,
1601 Farnam St. 11440 20
A fine list of the cheapest lands
In Western Nebraska, Cheyenne
and Kimball counties. Two to
twelve miles from R. R. Improved
and unimproved, irrigated or table
lands. WALLACE, BROWN BLK, OMAHA.
'Phone Doug. I960.
H M449 26
INVESTMENTS We ha-e two large ranch
r repositions, one of 2.200 acres, the other
600 acres; the first wntered by springe,
the latter by two flowing wells; both are
well equipped with buildings for ranch
purposes and both are fenced with wire
fence; both are well located and can bo
delivered at $18 per acre net to us. Wo
want a good agent in every city. The
McCaughey Land Co., Aberdeen, S. D.
LEVEL corn land for sale and exchange;
Free lists. H. L. Craven & Co., Onawa,
Cheap Western Lands
1,000.000 acres Colorado, Kansas and Ne
braska lands, $2 to $3.60 per acre. Gov
ernment homesteads iocated. Printed lists
giving legal description and prices, also
maps, pictures, etc., free.
THE 8TERLINO INVESTMENT CO.,
201 Front St., Sterling, Colo.
$-1.00 LAND IN NEBRASKA
MUST BE SOLD IN 30 DAYS
8. See. 7-12-50, W. H of 17-12-60, S.
17-12-60, N. H 7-12-47, S. 4 U-17-50. all sec
tion 13-17-50, all section 15-17-50, all 9-16-55.
These lands have been Inspected In the last
10 days; crops are first-class and any one
buying these lands are bound to double
their money by fall. These lands are all
close to railroad towns, on main line of
V. P. R. R. In Cheyenne county, Nebraska.
Write for Information, or go out with us
and look them over.
Hastings & Heyden,
1704 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and 1
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1X20 Farnam tit.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. U. Melkle, Kamge Bin.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest
deuce property in Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Breuuan, R. 1, N. If.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters St Co.
City ft farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N.Y.L
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 6u6 First National Bank Bldg.
LOW rates. Private money. $5oO and up.
C1IA8. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
LOANS made on Omaha Improved prop
erty; also for building purposes. Haul,
lngs & Heyden, 17o4 Farnam. W 6W U
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
trices. Tel. Douglas Id-6. Bohmoller 4k
Lueller Piano Co., 11U-UU farnam.
UUUOUOy v ijaV1s Co.. to Be Blug,
HOUSES'" u prU ol th cit- SL
LLKJUOJO pet.i Co., Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, lnsurano. Ringwalt. Barker Bk.
THE Omaha Van Storage Co., pack,
move and store H H goods; storehouse.
1120-24 N. HHh. Office, mi Farnam.
Tel. Douglas liM. D 141
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 14. Office, 1711 Web
ster St. D $4$
SEE us when shipping household goods IS
Urge dtles went. We can save yoti
money. KXPHEB8 MEN'S DELIVERY
CO, 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. DoulUl
CENTRAL, i or 6-room flats. Ttsard, 23
N. 2d. D-MdU
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO- housebolg
soods stored; dry rooms, low prices.
'Phone iuU. Hut rariuuo.
D M23S Jul2S
SEVERAL at $1$ to $16. Chris Borer,
Und and Cuming St.; 'phone Doug. 104.
D $f S
FOR RENT New brick flat. West Far
nam district, just being completed.
Biiictly Aret-claaa, oak finish, hart) wood
floors throughout, beet niokol plumbing,
Ww. K, Pviier, a biowa BUu U-i
FOR RENT HOUSES
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.
$-room flat on N. 17th $9.
l1 Burdette St., 6 rooms, all modern $14
t-l B. 16th, rooms, all modern $1.
M'O Burdette Bt., t rooms, all m.vlern $22 SO.
f5" Dodge St., rooms, strictly moderre
Jv.'a N. 24th St., ( rornn, all modern-$37.50.
2611 Blnney Pt . 6 rooms, modern; one acre
of ground $25.
161$ F'arker St.. 7 rooms, strictly modern
except heat $77.60.
1412 N. Iflth St., rooms, city water; house
In fine shape $20.
Look at those three new bricks on Web
ster between 191 h and Krth. Just finished,
now ready for tenants.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.
601-3 N. Y. LIFE
t D-629 $2
1218 Blnney St 10 rooms, strictly mod
ern, hot water furnace, barn In connec
6 room apartment In the Albion, strictly
modern, Janitor service, $32.60.
2408 Emmet St., 7 rooms, strlctlv mod
ern, nice large yard and barn in connec
2602 So. 20th Av.. 8 room cottage, $12.
2510 Pierce St., 6 room house, modern
except furnace, 120.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglaa 1781.
D 188 22
ONLY ONE LtFT.
Out of seven of those beautiful houses
at 21st and Cass; -r, strictly modern,
hard-wood finish, tile floor In vestibule
and bath; shades, gag-stove and laundry
heater furnished free. These houses are
the beet of their class In Omaha and do
notfall to see this remaining one; 610
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
601 N. Y. Life.
Nine-room modern house,
4117 Farnam St.,
ALF. C. KENNEDY,
209 First National Bann Building.
Telephone Douglas 722.
D 681 22
GOOD HOUSES FOR RENT.
123 So. 36th Ave., 6-room, modern, $82.60.
707 Georgia Ave., new 6-r. ilat, $35.00.
8S30 Seward, 7 rooms, bath, $25.00.
3112 Sherman Ave., 6-r. modern, $25.00.
2323 So. 16th, 5-room flat, $12.60.
1624 Ersklne, 6 rooms, bath, $11.00.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
p 687 22
FOR RENT Fine 8-room modern brick
dwelling, 513 8. 2Mh Ave $52.60
Strictly modern apartment In Davldge
Bldg., facing Farnam 40.00
8-room modern house and barn, 2201
rooms in Davldge Bldg 30.00
2- story brick store building, 1113 Har
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
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A. H. Hennlngs. Harry G. Counsman,
Storage and Transfer. Best Storage House
In the City. Immediate Attention Olven.
1629-31-ai N. 16th St. Tel. Doug. 4U1S.
RTO'RAfl'R! Maggard Van and Storage
WlUiVnuU Co Tel )ouglas-liKW-14i.
D Miti Augi
COTTAGE, $20 per mo. 2501 Franklin Bt
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SUMMER An
elegant 8-room house In West Farnam
district for rent furnished for July. Au
gust, September. Inquire for terms. R.
C. Peters A Co Bee Bldg. D-MM7
414 S. 29 ST., 7 rooms, modern, $22.60. John
N. Frenser, Opp. old P. O. D M416
EIGHT-ROOM, strictly modern house, on
paved street, first class neighborhood;
good condition. Price, $3,750. Will be
vacant August 1. M. J. Kennard ft Co.,
109-10 Brown Block. D M680
2581 HARNEY ST., 6 rooms, new, all mod
ern, $35 a month and water rent. Hast
ings 6t Heyden, 1704 Farnam St.
D 690 12
SEVEN-ROOM modern dwelling, near
Hanscom park and Field club; ready for
occupancy August 1. Address K-48, Bee.
D 682 Six
BARN for rent, 1 stalls. 706 So. 19th St.
D 683 22z
414 So. 29th St., 7 rooms, modern, $22.60.
1820 No. 18th St., 8-room new brick, $35.
JOHN N. FRENZER, Opp. Old P. O.
D 675 22
NEW, 6 rooms, modern, 8220 8eward St., 125.
New, 7 rooms, modern, 2319 N. 27th Ave., $30.
Nearly new 8-room house, 1711 Ontario St.,
$18. BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK.
$16 00 8-room house, large yard, city water.
3214 Emmet St. D 618 22
CHOICE apartments with private bath in
modern home of a refined family to man
and wife. Address, K 61, Bee.
D 615 22x
TEN-ROOM modern brick flat, 621 South
2ath St., newly papered and varnished
S. A. BROADWELL, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg.
D 609 22
6-room cottage, 1920 North 36th St $10.00
3- room flat at 29th and Douglas 10.00
S. A. BROADWELL, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg.
D 610 22
FOR RENT Eight-room, modern, new
house; oak finish; $45 per month. Ham
ilton, 626 Bee Bldg. D M631 23
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT
A NEW 7-room house, furnished, from
August 1 to September 15; reasonable.
'Phone Harney m. M662 23
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms $1.60 up per week.
FOR RENT I or t beautiful rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, very central.
Woodjard Art Co., 614 Broadway. Co.
CAPITOL HOTEL. 18th and Capitol Ave.,
south front, rooms with or without board.
PLEASANT room, modern, south front,
suitable for one or two; private family.
2208 Douglas. E 460 tlx
FURNISHED room for rent In private
family to one or two young gentlemen;
references required. Inquire 2 r. R Har
ney St, E 1C$ 22x
FURNISHED ROOMS; use of phone. 2224
Chicago. Phone Douglas 6726.
E M461 12
FURNISHED room, for gentleman; private
family. 316 No. 18th. E M47S 22x
VERY desirable room; new house. 4i S.
24th Bt. E 481 23x
SOUTH room, pleasant location, 1 block
from ear, modern, $7 per month. 24o7
Jones. E 46 22
4 GROUND floor rooms, furnished for
housekeeping $18, or unfurnished. 122 So.
26th St. E 640 22x
BUAUTIFUL large front room, one
smaller; modern. 514 No. 23d.
K M638 24
LARGE south front room with alcove,
furnished or unfurnished; modern de
tached house, good location. 'Phone
Douglas 7287. E-M633 28x
15W HARNEY ST., nice, large, cool, front
room, close In; rent reasonable.
E 641 14 x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL; t rooms; bath. TUard, 22 N.
ud. g kin
CENTRAL, t rooms, bath. Tlsard. 210 N.
1iA U MjOS
TWO furnished or unfurnished rooms, suit
able for bed rooms Of Ught housekeeping.
7vi 8. 2U BU - - O-fc Ut
GOTHAM Frank. July 10. 10. aged 40
years, 10 months, IX days.
Funeral services will be held from the
residence of his sister. Mrs. W. 8. Janllne,
102 So. ltd St., Sunday. July 22. 10. at
2 SO p. m. Interment at Forest Lawn
cemetery. Friends Invited.
La Porte, Ind., papers please copy.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
FOR 8ALF Full equipment for rooming
and bosrdlng house. Address Mrs. .
Boeke, 2215 Howard St. Board and room
at !15 Howard St. F 401 24x
FIRST CLASS rooms, with or without
ponra: nay hoard fine summer residence.
711 So. 2Mh St. F-462 22
NICELY furnished cool rooms, excellent
board, rates reasonable. The Rose. yu'JO
Harney St. F MiWi 24x
VERY large rooms, excellent mmls; 1 niln
uate walk from Her Grand. 617 8. lKth St.
F 19 r.x
$450 rr:R WEEK, all modern. 'Phone
Douglas 6406. 2406 Cass St.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
mo ouiiuing, mi in. iiq ot., boutn omahi.
Apply to manager. 1114
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug store. Tlsard
220 N. 23d. 1-M4-9
STORE ROOM for rent. 408 B. 15th, Or
pheuru Theater Bldg. DybalL 1518 Doug
SUITABLE for retail, wholesale or munn!
facturlng, 22x100; 1 floors and basement;
lw6 Furuanu Inquire $14 First iat. Bank
2127 FARNAM St., large store room a:iJ
iMuiemcni, od.w per month.
UEORUK ft CO., 1601 Farnam.
1-172 21 x
DESK room for rent. 644 Bee Bldg.
1906 No. 24th Bt., new brick, $26.00.
105 So. 15th St., steam heat, $36.00.
JOHN N. FRENZEU, Opp. Old P. O.
WHEN YOU THINK OF
renting an oiHce see us. We are agents
for U. S. National Bank Bldg., the best
omce Duuaing in the city. Fine location,
Between wholesale and retull districts
SEE US before all offices are rented. We
nave just what you want.
CHA9. E. WILLIAMSON CO.,
Ground Floor U. S. Nat l Bank Rldg.
FOR RENT 'On Farnam St., between 13th
hiiu .rnn, souin snie or street, store 2x
uu; reaaonaoie rental. Address K 46. Bee.
FOR RENT One 4-story brick store with
cement basement and good elevator; 1207
Douglaa. Building will be put In good
oraer ai once, inquire at iaj Douglas.
jonn dinner. I m 623
Wnen You 'Write to
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that you
saw tne ad. In The Bee.
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CONDITION OF OMAHA'S TRADE
Market Gradually Llrens Up After Eecent
JOBBERS tXPECT STEADY IMPROVEMENT
Con a try Merchants Keep Bnelnees
on Hood finals. Having Acconnts
well C leaned t p om Notes
Loral Wholesale Market.
The Omaha wholesale: market haS grad
ually livened up after the de;id quiet which
closely followed the Fourth of July holi
days and Jobbers now believe It has readied,
a point where there will lo an Increase
of business from now on, although for a
month the Improve nient will be slight.
Business Is rem.trkablv good, considering
that this Is the middle of what Is known
as the dull season. Cheerful reports have
been received from the country merchants
which Indicate thut they expect the fall
business to he the largest In their history.
That the retailers are keeping their ac
counts pretty closely cleaned up Is Indi
cated by the fact that the Jobbers are
having no difficulty In making collections.
The Implement men are making contracts
for fall and winter, ninny of them being
out In the territory from one week's end
to the oth.-r. They find that there will be
a good business In wagons, corn shellers
and hay balers. Present shipments from
the Implement houses are light, being con
lined largely to buggies and late hav goods,
though the movtment of threshing goods
Collapse of Tomato Trnat.
The week has shown the final collapss
of the attempt of the tomato syndicate to
control prices. From day to dav the price
has been dropping, until now spot goods
are on a basis of about 6o a dosen over
futures. The latter are also affected and
have declined 6o a doien, so that now they
are about where tlfey were sixty days ago.
The Jobbers do not know whether or not
to expect a further decline. The weather
in the east is favorable for an Immense
growth of vines, 'out is too wet for the very
best results with the fruit.
In corn there Is no chango, either spot
or futures. The cunners are hopeful that
higher vnhies hnve come to say and do not
Intimate that prices can bo shaded. They
arc holding for full prices.
Sugar Is practically the same In price as
It was a week ago, although several slight
declines and advances were noted. The
demand is heavy and the market tlrm. The
syrup and molasses market Is withoutfca.
ture. Stocks ate growing lighter and the
market Is firmer.
Stocks of coffee at Rio and Santos, await
ing shipment, are said to be much smaller
than last year, and consequently a con
tinued steadlnt'HB In the market Is antlcl-
!"""! ' miu Rei is steady and there are
no changes since lust week. The demand
from the country has been good.
Another advance Is promised on sardines
low uajs. a s nus already been
noted, the siarrii flu rmobard .a ... ..t
, ---- "' i .-, na,c lliu situa
tion well In hand und are able to control
j111-.-s ana proouctlon.
With very few exceptions the rice mills
are cleaned up on Japan grades and prices
are on a very firm basis. Local Jobbers
predict higher prices on then grades.
Prices on California Fruit.
Last Monday prices were received by the
Omaha Jobbers on California canned itouria
or fall delivery. Prices are somewhat
higher than lam season on many Items, .
while on only one or two Hre they lower. f
Apricots run from 25 to 50 cents higher, ac- s
cording to grade. Cherries are about the ' '
same as at the opening hist season, though''
slightly advanced on some grades. Peaches
are 10 cents a dozen' higher on yellow
Crawforda and 16 cents higher on lemon
clings. With most aatiuers pears are
practically the same as lust year. Orders
already placed for goods Indicate that the
packers are nractlcmiy sold up within the
week. Already many Hues have been with
drawn or are advancing, and reports from
all canneries are to the effect that there
has never been such a demand for the
first week after the opening of prices.
Prices on spot goods will of course, be
affected by the advance of future deliver
ies. From every quarter comes the news of a
light yield of peas. The growth of vino is
enormous, but the yield Is lighter than
usual, in many cases not more than 60 pur
cent of the amount estimated some time
ago. Higher prices are hound to rule on
standard and fancy goods, say the Jobbers.
Early purchasers are to be congratulated
If they have made contracts with ahlpptrs
who will till In full.
The market on future dried fruits, pur.
tlcularly prunes and raisins, Is somewhat
easier than ten days ago. An enormous
amount has been sold for early delivery
and It will tax the capacity of the packers
to make deliveries according to contract.
Peahes are Btlll held at high flgurea on the
coast and there Is no difioniilon in this
direction to shade the market. The feeling
la general thot present prices for peaches
are unwarranted by the situation, either
east or west.
BaildlnaT Movement is Large.
Hardware men keep pretty buHy In splto
of the fact thut July and August are poor
months. Builders' hardware, as formerly,
continues to move with more freedom
than other classes of goods, showing that
the building movement Is keeping up over
the country. About the only change Is
un aiH'uncu of 50 cents a hundred pounds
on blacksmiths' wrought Iron anvils. Some
advances are expected In other lines, but
more on account of the general higher ten
dency than anything else.
... - i i ... nt ih. Hrv mnill
trade is thut deliveries irom me mms are
being mude in u surprlhingly satisfactory
manner, giving the jobbers a chance to
fill orders on time. Considerable difficulty
In this respect was anticipated some time
ago. House trade has been fair with the
local Jobbers and collections good. Orders
for sorting up on summer goods are coming
In some numbers from the retailors. Iargo
quantities of goods are being shipped out
of Omaha dally, all jobbers being ex
tremely busy filling orders on fail goods.
As far as prices are concerned, the market
Is featureless, cotton goods being held at
the sumo itgureB which ruled a week ago.
nun inv mwr ,
Shoe ' men state that the shoe business
is better than usual for the dull season, a
good many reorders being received for
sorting up on summer goods. There ure a
few orders for rubber goods, but they are
fur between. Salesmen will be sent on
the road ubout September 1 with full spring
lines. Prices In leather ate very firm arid
some lines show a slight advance, while
the general tendency is nigner.
Paints, Oils nnd Glass.
Pnndltlons are verv favorable for In
creased prices ill window glass this fall
and winter, and an advance of 6 per cent
bus already been decided uoon, to take
effect August 1. This was decided on at a
meeting of the Western Window (iluss Job
bers' association neld in cnicago mis mk,
The market Is linn, due to the fact thut
Jobbers' stocks are less thun norinul and
manufacturers are pracuciiuy oui ui
There Is every Indication thut glass will
slay up for a ..number of months. Linseed
oil Is 89c for boiled and iiVc for raw. Tur
pentine Is 65c. Carter's lead Is 7'o and
southern Is 7,c.
NEW YORK. July 21. COTTON Spot
closed quiet; middling uplands. He; mid
dling gulf, ll.lc; no sales.
LIVEHPOOL, July 21.-COTTON Spot,
quiet: prices one point lower; American
middling fair, iu-xl; good middling, 6.t,d:
middling, titled , iuw iiilddllnx, W; good
ordinary, 6 txkl; ordinary, 5 4od. The sales
Of the day were 4,"0 bales, of which ul)
bales were for speculation and export
and Included 3,5J0 bales American. He
cilpta, l.ouu buK-s, Including l,lw bulog
NEW ORLEANS, July 21.-COTTON-.
Bpot closed quiet; sales, 175 bales; low
ordinary, 7 7-lbo. nominal; ordinary, 8 7-luc,
nominal; low middling, loll-ltc; middling,
loj10 15-14c ; good middling, 11 7-ltic; mid
dling fair, 11 3-lic, nominal; fair, 12 7-ltc.
nominal; receipts, suv bales; stock, 47,762
ST. LOCIS. July Il.-fOTTON-Steady;
middling, 11c; sales, 174 bales; receipts, i
bales; shipments, 3M bales; stock, 26,151
Evaporated Apples nnd Dried Prnits.
NEW YOHK, July a. KVAr uttATT.TJ
APPLES Market for future shipment are
a U'tle easier, but the spot market is
unchanged, with prime quutil at Htllo;
choice, at llVallV; fancy, 12c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED F It C ITS Prunes
sre uncnui.ged on spot with only the In
termediate sizes available In California
grades. Quotations range from 71 toH.-.
Apricots are unchanged, with fancy quoted
at lfcSc. Peaches are firm In tone, wltti I
choke quoted at !"V'(lle; extra choice, 11' I
iillVi; fancy. 114tu'-2c; extra fancy, L
i:c. Rulslns are firm at the recent ad
vance. Loose muscatels are quoted at l.i4
Toledo Seed Market,
TOLEDO. Jul a.-SEED8-rivr, eash.
7 0S; October, lf.00; 1 cuiU 2a4Hs, TuiJ
othy. 12.10. Aislke, 7.1a , .
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