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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1911)
TIIK OMAITA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 4 1911.
Awnings, Porch Curtains, Couch Hammocks,
Imported Bamboo Porch Shades
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PHONE FOR ESTIMATES
Douglas 882 Ind. A-1883.
OMAHA TEiiT & AWKIi!G COMPANY
1102 Harney Street, Omaha.
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Omaha Silver Co.
Appeal particularly to
the home requiring moder
ately priced fixtures as well as to
tire one desiring the most magnificent and
This firm has the only equipment in
Omaha fitting it to actually manufacture
as veil as design fixtures for any purpose.
From a glance at the display shown in
our store you will veallie that the entire
stock is most distinctive though remark
ably low priced.
An opportunity to bid on your contract
will without question secure it for us.
From then on it will be given the most ex
pert care and attention it will be the most
satisfactory contract you ever let, for each
member of the firm is practical in the
business from years of experience with
leading fixture houses In Omaha and the
Silver, gold and nickel plating Is an es
sential part of our business. For instance,
we will call for your entire assortment of
silverware and. return It as when new.
Oimaha Silver Co.
214 Sooth 13th Street.
A COOLING BREEZE IN YOUR KITCHEN
At About Hal! the Cost of On Small Electric Light
AY, HI. MA IT I If you were doing tha kitchen work in your home during
the hot milliner months, woulun't you have an electric fan? Then, for Ihnt
am reason get one for the wife. It make work in the Lltooen a pleasure
Instead of a burden.
We have the best fan on the market Lowest cost of operation: highest
efficiency and durability. Can be carrleA about and used in any room
where there la an electric llslit socket. Call or write and we will explain
Tel. BuUfc'ia 6393.
15iU St., Omaha.
Building Notes of the Week
Arthur R. English Is erecting a beautiful
residence at the southeast corner of
Thirty-eighth "and California streets, the
foundation Is random ashlar granite and
the superstructure Is faced with Sunder
land's No. t0 brown paving brick. This
corner commands a magnificent view of
the Vlver and the hills of Iowa.
The Toung Men's Christian association is
being decorated from top to bottom by
Mr. Albert O. Jensen. Baker Bros. Faint
company are furnishing the Keystona with
which the building Is being finished.
Barker Bros. Paint company are offering
a prise to the person who does the finest
Job of re-flnlshlng old chairs, furniture,
etc., with their Brlghton-Up Stain. Borne
beautiful work is being done.
Extensive sales of face brick during the
last week are reported by Sunderland Bros.,
who are making shipments to far distant
points as well as for requirements In Ne
braska and Iowa.
"The use of brick for residences," said
Mr. A. D. Klein, manager for the Sun
derlands, "Is on the increase and this fact
is evidence that home builders have opened
their eyes to the desirability and economy
of permanent construction.
"Not only In Ouiaha, but in other towns
and cities frame houses are proving to
be unpopular and unprofitable, so that
throughout the west many brick residences
are being built, costing from lees than
15,000 up to as high as the taste and bank
account of the owner will permit"
The John Ilussie Hardware company of
2407 Cuming street report a copstantiy in
creasing business on their Fox furnaces.
This firm makes a specialty of the furnaoe
business and enjoy an enviable reputation
for success in the line of healthful and
scientific heating of homes. Mr. Hussle
gives his personal attention to this branch
of the business.
Several business houses were equipped
with awnings for windows during the last
week by the Omaha Tent and Awning
Fence waa supplied I in the last week by
the Anchor Fence company to the follow
ing. Bemls-Carlberg company, 933 South
Thirty-eighth avenue; C. H. Puis, 202
North Twenty-second avenue; R. V. Cole,
22 5 Howard street: Pr. J. P. Lord. 34-1
Farnain street; Patrick Hofcan. Yutan.
Neb.; Mr. C. C Kosewater, Dewey
avenue: John L. Kennedy. "US Pouth
Thirty-second street, and J. L. Mulflnger,
1 South Sixteenth street.
R E. Long reports that he Is still doing
a big business In the way of sanitary
plumbing. All of the plumbing In the fol
lowing new houses was done In the last
week by this company. Mr. C. C. Day.
5.121 North Twenty-seventh avenue; Mr. M.
Garrison. 2430 Camden avenue; Mr. A. B.
Cramer, 1340 South Twenty-first street;
Mr. F. W. Gress, 4608 North Twenty-nlntn
Figures on the increase of oement atone
houses in Omaha and Nebraska during tho
last year are said to reveal a marvelous
growth. This Increase in the popularity
of cement building blocks Is said to exist
In other states of the west also Is doing
Cement Stone company of the city U doing
a large business with the cement stones
and has kept race during the last few
months with the increased demand.
The Pcott Tent and Awning company
filled many orders during the last week
for window awnings. The hot weather
forced many business men to buy protec
tion fur their windows and this firm prof
ited through getting Its share of the
Despite the hot spell prospective home
builders have been investigating the best
means for having their homes erected.
The Omaha Loan and Building association
has supplied information to many intend
There was a rush at the fireproof storage
of the Omaha Van and Storage company
during the last week. It was the occasion
In which many people stored their house
hold goods for the summer.
C. n. Heflln, the, "key man." Is securing
a large trade in Omaha and nearby towns.
Ills business has been very good this sum
mer. Miller. Stewart A Beaton company has
secured the- latest designs in home decora
tions. During the spring the trade at this
house was the largest in the history of the
Building Houses Compactly
Arthur 0. Clanseo, Architect.
MR. CLAUSEN'S BOOK
"The Art, Science and Benttmant of
SO chapters. & Illustrations. It
covers a wide range of subject, in
cluding the planning of bungalows,
suburban and city homes, oosting
from Ji.000 to Ml. 000, letting con
tracts, choosing materials, proper de
sign of entrance, windows, fire
places, etc New third edition. Price,
Address, Arthur O. Clanaen, Archi
tect, 1138-37-38 Lumber Bxoaa&ge,
mmm m mm,n
Known as the sanitary refrig
erators. No foul odoca.
$8.50 to $36.00
Compare tnes prices with
the lowest you can find and
we'll sell you.
ACORIi GAS STOVES
The pressure controlling, gas
$17 to $30
V'e are making, for the next
three days only, the greatest
ut prices on Lawn Mowers
ever offered In Omaha, War
ranted Mowers from, 2.00 up.
'If jou buy it of IlusMie It's right."
Your Expense Account
wouM be a small item if the monthly rent checks were
omitted. Have you as yet solved the problem whereby
this item of expense called "Kent" can be termed a
profit, and ultimately make you a home owner!
If you will take this matter up with our Secretary he
will explain our method of making your rent item a
No trouble to explain.
H ETHER you are building a
bungalow, cottage or large two
story home, ther. is economy in
compactness. Few people real-
IQ'AIJ lze that turning corners costs
money and that every projec
tion from the main wall on a home repre
sents a greater increase in coet than is at
When projecting a wing out from the
side of a home one not only adds the ex
pense of the additional material and the
ordinary labor required to put In that cer
tain amount of material, but there is a
waste of material and labor in cutting and
fitting around the corners, especially If the
projection is In the form of a bay wln-
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not only requiring more labor and waste
of material in the roof rafters and straight
roof work, but the additional Jilpn and
valleys must be very carefully made to
keep out the weather successfully, and
work requiring special care requires extra
time, which means extra expenue.
Curves on any part of a building, whether
In the form of a bay. tower or curved
parts to porches, are also very expensive.
Moat of the mlllwork both Inside and out
to such curves, especially if they are of
small radius, have to be shaped by the
dow. There is also a considerable extra
amount of material and labor used in the
roof for the shaping of hips and valleys,
various different processes of the mill and
brought to the building exactly to fit
Sometimes an exact fit is not made the
first time and certain parts of the mlll
wurk has to be made over. The glass in
windows on curves Is very expensive, and
altogether anything with curves in home
building proves a luxury which few can
afford and which all can dispense with
and save money to use to a better ad
vantage. When a man can afford to start out and
build a home which wVl meet his ideas
in every respect, regardless of what it may
cose, there Is no objection to how many
wiugK. projections, bays, orlols, towers and
the curves that he may ue, provided they
are designed in harmony with the entire
exterior. The average roan, however, can
little afford to pay for many things not
absolutely necessary to his pleasure and
comfort In the building of a home, 'and It
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Omaha Loan & Building Association
W. R. ADAIR, Secretary and Treasurer.
O. WLOOMIS, President.
J. T. HJELGREN, Asst. Secretary.
Northwest Corner 15th and Dodge Streets
Assets, $1,125,000. Reserve, $110,000.
You fire Going To Build of Brick
, How do we know? Ik-cue you will do some THINKING and then let jnuur better judgement prevail.
THINKING Inevitably leads to the use of HKK'K.
THINKING prevents tlie regrvt that fol'ows (allure to um UK1CK.
THJNK1 The coolet spot In Ouialia today Is the Inside of your neighbor's brick house.
Think well of your Investment smd find out for sure how little extra wlU be the oot of BRICK con
TtesMl our free bookJc MTlte Cost of House," and see our display.
SUNDERLAND, 1614 Harney
The House That Has
Presents that Cozy
that makes tho nasspr-bv rnvious of tho ,
comfort you nre enjoying these hot summer
are quite the thins; for the comfort of tho horn.
The housewife needs the shade with the sir. Tho
wage earner needs the comfort of a cool shady
porch after a hard day at the office.
You cannot do better th:in call up Douglas
338. Our eetlinater will respond linmo'Mately and
assist you in making selection of awning patterns
and will give you prices.
Scott Tent & Awning Co.
Between Farnani and Harney
81 1-16 South 12th Street
Barker Bros. PaintCo.
16Q$y2 Farnam Street Ind. 3821; Doug. 4750
Mamot Floor Varnish, best made; per gallon 93.20
Excello Varnish, an excellent Interior varnish; per gallon, 3.00
Copal Varnish, for bath rooms, kitchens and window aills;
per gallon '. $3.50
Durable Spar Varnish, for outside and extreme exposure;
per gallon $4.75
Fratt & Lambert's No. 88 Rn4 No. 61 Varnisbos; per gallon, $3.25
Cheaper Varnishes; per gallon, from 51.50 lP
Mixed Paints, per gallon, from $1.00 o $2.25
Carter, Eagle and Southern White Lead; per lOu lbs.. .... $7.75
Screen Paints, Enamels, Bronzes, Metal Polishes,
Floor Wax, Keystona and Flattone, the Washable Wall
Paint3 and Liquid Veneers.
C. R. Heflin Co.
1616 Song-las, Upstairs.
W dupUoats AU Kinds of Xsys.
Trunk ksrs ad door ksys fitted at
V a A 1
Tel. Douglas 2074.
If you contemplate building
don't fall to consult us. Our
cement stone blocks are made
through a steam curing process
which makes them water proor.
tiring your plans and let ub fig
ure with you.
Main Office and Yard 17th and
Phones, Doug. 4428; Ind. B 2618.
Anchor Fence Company
207 N. 17th St.. Omaha Telephone Red-814
Time and Place to Buy Fencing
PLCTJtBIlTO THAT WXXI, BATB KOsTZT
IR. E. LONG
4004 Kortn Tsnty-fourtH Btrast
Whan w do your work you are not constantly dlacovaring leaks. A trial U
what we should havt from you.
Estimates on work glauly furnisbed. Fhons Wibiur 48.
Summer Freshness In Every Home
To make your home a cool, inviting place for this sum
mer and secure at the same time a distinctive atmosphere
it is necessary to have your decorating plans placed in the ,
hands of experts. We call attention to our department of
interior decorating that you may know what here may be
done to create a new cheer in your home.
Our wall papers, curtains, upholsteries, draperies, etc.,
have been selected from the most artistic productions of
the leading designers of Europe and America. All our de
signs have been chosen with careful thought and expert dis
crimination. Experts of this department will draw up plans, give
helpful suggestions and make for you a home that will be
attractive, cool, refreshing and cheery.
We invite you to come here, compare our prices and
Judge for yourself the beauty of our decorations and the
wisdom of letting our men do your work.
Miller, Stewart 8c Beaton Co.
THE TAG-POLICY HOUSE
Established 1884. 413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street.
WHERE YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS WILL BE SAFE
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OMAHA VAN AND KTOUAGL CO.
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