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REAL K1TATE NORTI1 SIDE
RKAL FSTATF NORTH SIDE
Rr'.AL ESTATE NORTH HIDK
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
.REAL ESTATE NORTH 811E
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDK
TI1K BEK: OMAHA. SATITMUY, JULY 31, 1915.
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Prices INCLUDE SEWES MAINS, WATEJR MAINS,
STDEWALKS AND GRAMXO. vSmall payment down Bal
ance $10 to .$1.5 per month. " .
This beautiful tract of 800 lots the largest addition ever
platted in Omalia, now offered for tho first time. The hum of
industry is out there.
The City Engineer has established grades for all streets
and we hav brought the lots-and streets 'to perfect grade.
Muentefering has surveyed and staked each lot and the Plat of
MINNE LUSA has been accepted and is recorded. ,
" The County and City Treasurer has certified that all
taxes are paid. The Reed Abstract Company has made the ab
stracts of Title for each Lot. Benedict is putting in 12 miles of
sidewalk. The Street Car Company are putting in new rails on
jJOth street .The Gas Company have finished a 2,000-foot main
in 24th street and are putting in a still longer one in 30th streets
in order that the can serve properly this great sub-division.
The MetrojMjiitan Water District nre putting in a large
main a mile in length on 30th street, making the FOURTH
main for this district. Hugh Murphy has the Contract for PAV
ING 24th street, and MTU STREET is to be paved from Fort
street to Florence AT ONCE.
The great storm sewer is being built through Miller
Fifteen HOMES ALREADY STARTED and a HUN
DRED MORE to start at once, these are FACTS, not
has no competition in the Real Estate markets of. Omaha.
Look at all the other lots offered, compare our PRICES
and IMPROVEMENTS, witli ANY PRICES AND IMPROVE
MENTS, and you must admit that re are offering to you tho
ONE BEST OPPORTUNITY to MAKE MONEY. ,
MINNE LUSA lies along the north Ride of MILLER
PARK, and between two great arteries of travel, 24th and 30th,
8 blocks square.
Come Out Saturday or Sunday
Salesmen on the ground
This will be the greatest sale ever made here and tho
early buyers wilj get the profit.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & COMPANY,
Tyler 187 742 Omaha National Bank Building
Homrn . and Coae.
8Uraa. dotm, pak. hlp; t-tionm
nd 1 men. II. tt par nr.; torg U par
no. Rtlftctlaa ur. D. 4S3S Ty. 13
tortrie. mov1n. J(h it4 Jarkaon Bla.
t-BtWM. 17l7 Leavenworth, fhona D7
IvvjaTlaa tn for eomplata Hat of
vacaDK oouaaa maa .parunanta; aio ror
tu K. 11th St
Tal. D Mer Wb. Ul.
FARM t KAMCH LAN US FOR I1LH
IJva Oak Colonic none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. 1-M Ctty Nat. B. T).
FORTY ACRBS. two mllaa from Arcadia,
Fla.; what bava you to trade, worttt
W.OftJ. Box ai. Tecumaeh. Neb.'
MINN, farm; low price, eaay terms.
Mlnneaota Land Co.. P. O. 817, Omaha.
1M N, XHh, roorna and bath. $18.
16 N. KHh, 4 room, tl.
SB7 Oiloaf o, room, modern,
tUA St. MarT" Ae., rooma .
R1NQWALT, Tl Brandela Theater.
6EK tbe Central Furniture Btoraa FBEB
BIT NT Ala L1T.
AlX alsaa. U per month op. M7 PaxtoiL
nr. ttackliiti. auppins.
' Douaia 14M.
17IJ Webater lib
I - Lv. IVPea rackln A siora.a.
m A Btnra a&
Varnam. ft. uta
Nice Cool Office
' Near the Elevate and Stain
Electric Light Free
jTHU BKE BCTLDINQ COMPANY,
Supertntmtle&t'ft' Offl, Room 10S.
1 FOR RENT O round floor and baaement
Uaaonlo brick bulldlnc, tOxtta feet.
, Kawneer front corner lot, bueineaa Mo
tion, county aeat. Inquire of J. La. Orlmin.
Office on 17th St.
ONLY VACANT ROOM
AVAILABLE ON TUB
PriTAt Office Wtdttng Room
110 Sq. Ft. $18.60
The Bee Building
Office Boom 103.
raan a akcm uiidi ron alb
FOR BAIJC Four aectiona Cheyenne
. county, Colo., land fur aaw. (jood col
ony piupoaiilon. Addrcaa V J7. Bee.
IIAVE VOU A -ARU FOR PAUET
ft rite a aood daax-riution of om- lauial
and aaa4 U to the loiuun City, la.. Journal.
la'a Vtoat Poarerfui Want Ad Ma
olum." Twenty-five worda every Frtia.y
aveuin(, Saturday ntornuis and every
faturaay eventnx and bunday nioruliic
for one month, aivlu atTLean ada on
twelve different daya for V, or to worda
H or 7i worda. M.
Lajfeat rircolation of any Iowa newa
paprr. JoO.CM reader dally la (our great
ta ACREd e mi lea from M Inneapolla.
one mlla from town: 10 acrea under
cultivation: balance uaart for peat u re;
can practically all be cultivated: heavy
oil; good aet building;, conatatlnf of It-
room oouae. tame barn, aranary, corn
crlba, windmills, etc.: the land will pro
dure M buthela of corn per acre; tele
phone la bouee: country thickly eettled:
complete eet of machinery; Xi head oi
atock. eomtlatlna: of 11 cowa balance 1
and t year old; alz aood horaea; 36 bora:
chlckenfj one-half of thla year' crop and
everythlns on farm oea at 160 per acre;
naii taan. ocnwao J'roa., UMt nymouta
Hide-, allnneapolla. Minn.
BTQ LAND BARGAIN.
Section emootii, rich land, northweet of
9alton, Cheyenne county. Neb., only
Into an acre. Hlrka Iand Afcy., Omaha.
Vr For aale, dandy 480, Improved
.Kimball Co., Neb.; price, $15.60.
JIM WRAY, BIOITX CITY.
Well Improved Central
Thla farm of 211 acrea Ilea 2 mllee from
the county seat In Garfield county. la
well rented and every foot of It wl'l ralee
alfalfa. It can be bought for $70 per
acre now and owner miKht take amaller
place In or around Omaha In exchange.
" PAY NIC INVESTMENT CO..
6th Fl. New Om Nat. Bk. lougla 1TW o
I HAVE 640 a'ra of land In Garfield
county. Nab. Would hue to aelL Will
take U per acre for It. Addrcaa W. T.
Keavea, Uenton, h ee.
HEAL ESTATE LOANS .
FARM LAANti, t PfcJR CENT.
TOLANU A TRl'MBl'LU 44S Bee Bide-.
1100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. U.
Weed, Wead Blrtg . 18th and Farnam 8ta.
CITY and iarm loana, , 6S. t per cent.
J. H. Dumont Co., 4I State Bank.
WANTED Ctty loana and warranU. W,
Farnam Smith Co., liM Farnam 8t.
WANT tD Good farm and city loan at
PUTETRS TRUBT CO., 1S22 Farnam.
C1TT property. Lare loana a specialty.
W. II. Thoinaa. W Mate Bank Bid.
MONEY on hand lor city and farm loana
H. W. Binder. City National bank bldg
rJFK us flrat for farm loana in eastern
Neb. United Biates Truat Co., Omaha.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farm.
O'KEEFE REAL, B8TATU CO.,
I01 Omaha National. Phone L'ougla 1716,
12.0110 to loan on Improved farm. Geo,
B. Relff A Co., IMi Brandels bl.lg.
CITY IXaANs. C. O. Carlberg,
110-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED-Ctty and farm Icane; loweat
rates. W. O. Templeton. 6(4 Bee. T. tutri.
HEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGB
WILL, aril or trade uood ruuunnL
Trade (or moving picture niauhlne or
auto. Aoqrees, a 17. tJravity. la. '
U-P.OOll inodcrn house, fur land, acrea
or vacant lota What - cave yeuf
Owner, Box TVt.
ruuuis yukk vtitn a b A' ant Ad
'W r uH ext Uatige, drug ato. k, build
ings, resident, ."; clear: take
.laar property. JIM WHAT, BKX. X
REAJj ESTATE SUBURBAN
RKAL ESTATE BUBURBAH
REAL ESTATE CUBURBAK
"WEST FARNAM DISTRICT"
Big Sale of Dundee Lots
at 9 o'Clock
A. M. to 9 P. M.
HOW TO RliACII THE SALE.
Take a Dundee car. GET OFF AT 49TH AND DODOE 8TOEETS. Don't
miss this sale.
Wo will sell your home. Wliy not move to tbe new district, where every
thing is being done to secure ideal home -like surroundings.
PRICES are low in. this sightly tract of ground.
.TERMS can bo arranged to suit purchaser. No discount for cash. CALL
DOUGLAS 259fi, wo wiU send a salesman with an automobile after you. Send for
plat and price list. .
H. H. HARPER & COMPANY
1013-14 City National Bank Building.
REAL ESTATEFOR EXCHANGE
EQUITY In t-room modern house In
West Farnam district to exohange for
taie model automobile; full value given.
REAL ESTATE XORTH SIDE
$30.00 Cash and
$30.00 Per Month
Bur thla beautiful all modern, (-room
bungalow; located klocka from car line
and J' Mocks from school.
Don't Pay Rent
Call Doug. todav.
Call Wal. 682 after 1 o'clock tonight.
Fine Kountze Place Home
Splendid up-to-date and comparatively
new 7 -room Wjm on Wirt street. Cost
around Ib.dO. t en shade this price arv
rral hundred dollars and give very easy
Payne Investment Co.,
1 Fifth rioor New Omalia National Bank.
REAL ESTATE WORTH7 SIDE.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
Ul N. fcth St.. T-room modern house.
Key at H Beward CI.
Bl'Y from oner. 4 rooms and bath,
1571 Evans. HURRY. Phone Web. lt
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDK
Wants a House Near Hanscom
A client owning an t-room. all modern
house, ' worth 13. MO. close in, wants a
little better pla-e somewhere near the
fiark. Io you want a amaller and better
Payne Investment Co.,
rtfth Floor New Omaha National Bank.
Douglas 1781. o
balance like rent, for a fine e-room
modern eipt heat houae. Hu perma
nent sidewalks, shade trees, paved street.
It Is a big bargain at the price aakad.
Addreaa 13.3 IS. th Bt. lie sure you see
Creigh, Sons & Co.
is He Hldg.
-HoOM nouse and lot ll.-'O, 'iHare ground
If wanted; alar, light, fit at block f ri n
city I. mil. close to car. Tel. "8. aal". I
Mi BURT BT t-room, heat buy In Dun
dee. Clyde W. Drew, Owner, Wal. 1M.
r77W etore bldg.. large lot. located MM
Bedford Ave. none Florence avn.
REAL ESTATE WEST BIDE
Here is the
Been Watching for
A Beautifully located
6-Room, New, All
Monthly Payments to Suit.
This house is only block
from car line; is on a beau
tiful lot; principal rooms in
oak; brick tireplace, ce
ment bnsemenf and all mod
Thone Doug. SU today and well be
plessed to sa-nd an auioninbile to bring
yrsu out end Ineiaen ihif house This
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Owner Wants to
. Thla house la located block from car
line. In beautiful section of the city,
where everything la modern and up-to-date,
and where the surroundings are ex
tremely pleasant. Houae Is finished In
osk In principal rooms and la well built
and very conveniently arranged.
Will Take $500 Cash As First
Payment and Balance Can
Be Arranged in Monthly
Bf. - s.,k.s ft. veMMile, rati sanhnrvg. Tl
: today. Calf Wal, e aUr 7 o'clock
Nice little t-room cottage. Oea, city
waur and lot Xxla Only llK) cash; bal
ance 10 per month. location vth and O
8ts., Bouth Omaha.
ANOTHER ONB NORTH SIDB.
Same price for a S-room houee and
large fuil lot In Clalrmont add. Close to
car and school. The lots are worth Be
tween 1706 and 1800 In this addition. Don't
you think you had better Invest In a
home even though It la a small one? It
will be your own.
PAtNB INVESTMENT CO..
(th Floor. Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone Doug. 1711.
REAL ESATErX VESTMENTS
FOR BALK or rent; trackage building,
11th and Seward. Mitt. Apply 124
REAL ESTATE WANTED
VUh aalea. rentala, loans, Insurance, csre
of property end collection of rent gee
F. JJ. WKAD. 11 Farnam.
REAL ESTAT& VACANT
LOT eflxlsd, well Improved walks: shade
trees, ete. Price. JC0. Inquire 1M
Jeyees Ul.. W. Omaha. Web. 4Ha
Apartmeata, fiau. raoosee and cotuge
can be rented dulckry ana cheaply by a
Bse 'Tor Rent '
NOT1CB TO CONTRACTOR.
Sealed proposals woi be received at
Lincoln, Nebraska, by the Board ef Kdu.
ration, Nebraska mate Normal Kchoola
up until ten o'olock a. m.. August S, Ult,
for the erection of a brlik and stone
auditorium lor the State Normal ttcheoi
at Kearney, Nebraska, In acoordanoe
v.Hh pi a us and specilloaUonar preuarel
by . H. Craddock, Architect, Room It,
ConUnental Building. Omaha, Nebraska.
The Board of Education. Nebreeka
Btate Normal Bohoola, will also raoelve
propoaals (or ths heating, plumbing and
eleotrto wiring for above building, ac
cording to plana and specifications pre
pared by the architect, up until the hour
and dale above named.
All bids must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for five & per rem of the
full amount of bid. made payable to Q.
E. Hall. State Treaaurer of Nebraska
The Board reserves the right to accept
guy or rrjatct any or all blda.
Blgned by the President and the Secre
tary ef the H ard of Education, Ne
OFF1CU OF COMMliWART, FOURTH
t , . r kt a i m-n riw v -1 inn I
Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Sealed propoeale. In duplicate, for fur
nishing and delivering on or before Au
gust t, 116. at Fremont, Neb,, sub
sistence stores aa below. In accordance
"With specifications and conditions set
forth In Circular No. i. Office of the
Commissary General, Washington, D. C,
April . 1K10, wtH be received at this of
fice until ten o'clock A. M., August, i,
Wb, and then opened. Specifications will
be furnished upon request. Dell F.
Laough. Captain Commlasary. Fourth In
fantry. N. N. O.
115 lbs. Beans, tie lbs. Rice, l,rf the.
Potatoes, l,io lbs. Onions, KS cane To
matoes, 100 lbs. Prunes, 107 cans B. B.
Jam, M lbs. Peaohes (dried), tH lbs.
Coffee (roasted and ground), get lb.
Sugar. 1M cane afilk (family alaa), 10 gels.
Vinegar, 10 gals. BVjur Ploklea. let lbs.
Salt, 41 cans Pepper (Mackl, 1M lbs.
laard, f lbs. Butter (erMinorr), M IbeA
Oleomargarine, 4t gals. Syrup, 100 b.
Laaundry Boep, SO hot Ilea Vanilla Rx
tract ll os ). also l7 the. Freah Beef,
a lbs. Bacon, M 1 be. Fresh Bread,
lbs. Flour, to be delivered aa epacifled.
On the Aocounts of '
aire. Anna Taylor and daughter, Bessie,
were before Judge Brltt charged with
securing goods under false pretense.
They were accused of bavins charged
goods at Brandels on the accounts ef Dr.
Olfford and Gottlieb Eton, at Courtney
on other accounts, at Burgeee-Naatt en
the account of H. R. Bowea sad F. W.
Samp, and on still other aooounts at
Hayden's and Thompson-Belden.
Altogether the goods secured amounted
In value to about 1100. They were ar
rested In the Burgeas-Nesh etore and had
with them SUM worth of goods. Some
few purchases hgd been returned for cash
credit, hut only UK was secured In this
manner. They were given ninety days
mufj n rRPifiHTTiN mvrs
ear I i w gw yg w i w v sw
TWO LOTS TO UNIVERSITY
John D. Crelghton hae just deeded two
lota as a gift to Crelghton university
Tbe two lots front on Casg street, and
are Just across the alley from St. John's
parish school. The school children ef the
parish school have used the lota for
some time play ground The lots are
now to be specially developed fur play
ASSAULTED BY NEGROES
IN UNDERWORLD SALOON
Hans Meger was the victim of the
combined aasaulta of three negroes la
the Vnderworld saloon at Ninth and
Davenport Thursday night, but did nt
know It until morning, when he ivoki
eomeahere outside with a headt: h. and
an amply pockelbouk. lie aae liid
out, but the thugs got or.'.v '
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