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D IliK OMAHA M..NUA1 15KJ-.: ,IA.LAU1 Jl, 1KU'. Omaha's- New Flatirom . Bmldlta Will Soon Be Ready for Occupancy I This Building Is Faced with the famous Shade No. 550 Iron Spot Press Brick And trimmed with Shade No. 575 Gray Press Brick, . ; all of which are MANU-, . 'FACTORED in OMAHA : ";! by THE HYDRAULIC PRESS BRICK COM- ' ' J' , t I ., .! PANY. This concern also manufactures this quality of 'C: Facing Brick in all colors. General Offices and Display Rooms 530-332 Bee Building i jornson Sheet v.-. Furnished the Tin, Copper and Galvanized i i Iron Work I 1 Tb KUtiroa Building. Which aa designed by Mr. George B. Prim, architect, it by sitr the most pretentious structure htrh it now In course of construc tion in this section, tad one which will, when completed, arouse the Interest and admiration of aii lovers of architectural beautjr. The contract for its construction went to the J. C. Mardis Co.. who hare built some of the largest buildings in the city, including the M. K. Bmlth Co. structure, the llenahaw and the Rome hotels, Paxton V Gallagher buildings, the Vinton School, and the new In dependent Telephone building. Tbla new building is located at the intersection of St. Mary's ave nue, Howard and Seventeenth streets, running back to Eigh teenth street, and covering the entire block. This building, as its shspe Implies, will be known as "THE FLAT1RON." and. because of ita admirable location, it offers exceptional opportunities and ad vantages for high class retail mer chandising. THE FLATIROX will be -thoroughly modern, pressed brick, stone and etee! structure of four stories and basement. The ground floor will contain ten Ideally per fect storerooms, with basements, and will have a plate glass street frontage of about K.100 squar feet. There will be no dark corn ers, and every storeroom will o finished in a manner thoroughly In keeping with any establishment which proposes to rater to the very highest class of trade. For these reasons, the present or prospective merchant should care fully consider THE FLATIROX as A home for his business. THK FLATIROX Is situate.! on the edge of a con?eatid residei.ee district u the most direct mute between the "Field Club" district and downtown. Slid Just wne Mock fn.m tliv lilRlifet priced shopping center In Omaha. Its advantages for retail merchandising are read ily apparent. THE FLATIROX will be ready for occupancy about March 1st, 1912. and the Payne & Slater Co. (managers) think It would be well for the merchant who shares their views concerning its desirability to make application for space Im mediately. They anticipate no difficulty In quickly renting these stores, and they will exercise the most rigid restrictions in selecting tenants who sre thoroughly de sirable to them and to their fellow merchants. The sucress of the merchants In THK FLATIROX will be greatly Increased, owing to the fact that the three upper floors will be oc cupied liy permanent roomers and transient guests o( the best class. These floors will contain ninety six beautiful and commodious rooms, tastefully finished In fumed osk, snd equipped with Dell telephones, hot and cold water lavatories, built-in medicine closets, and built-in wardrobes, and there will be thirty tile floor ed bathrooms finished in white enamel. To reach these floors from an attractive ground floor office, an automatic passenger elevator will be Installed. There will be a complete system of cir culating Iced water with dnnklr fountains on each floor. Because of Its superior location, artistic ar rangement and finish, and its many comforts and conveniences, there will be no difficulty in keep ing THK FLATIROX creditably filled. i ' ! t i f f ".-- 1 "J , O , hUl v, V f . i -. . ' " - Geo. B. ?hnz, Architect, 1033 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. The Flatir on Stores Will be ready for tenants about March 1, 1912. They will be the most modern, up-to-date rooms for merchandising that money can produce well lighted, sani tary, cement basements, maple floors, mahogany finish, best of hardware, plumbing, heating and lighting fixtures, and three blocks of plate glass frontage. :-: :-: :-: For Illustrated Booklet, Prices and Full Particulars, Address: Pay ncl Slater Co- Managers 6th Floor. Omaha National Bank WE FURNISHED THE rm AltHclitHl to every one of the thirty apart- , meuts in this mot'ern building is a beautiful Imth room. The floors of eneh will be con Mrueteo! of nou-absorbent, vitreous mosaic tile, with a high base of porcelain enamel tile, cov ered at the bottom, making these rooms ab solutely sanitary, easily cleaned and always .. bright In the vestibule, entrances and stairway halls vitreous tile floors of appropriate design will be installed, with cove, tile base in Redieux , finish to correspond with the decorations, giv ing an artistic and cheerful effect to the en- . tries and halls. 1 ' ' '. The eitire tile work in the buildii! , is being furnuhci and set. by I ILTON BOGERS & SONS CO. IftS.Harie St ESTABLISHED 185S .Co 1 n m t ! , ... A General Contractors i ' Reinforced Concrete V ork a Specialty OMAHA OFFICB: 423 Ramge Building Geo. A. Hoagland Furnished all the Lumber ano Cement for the new.Fiatiron Building, now under construc tion at 18th and St. Mary's Ave. Let Us Figure on Your Lumber and Cement ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN Geo. A. Hoagland Wholesale and Retail Lumber 9th and Douglas PHONE DOUGLAS 345.