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    THE OMAHA SUNDAY REB: MAY 21, 191fi.
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REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE
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LOCKWOOD
What is it?
40 acres of high, sightly ground subdivided
into 140 large lots and Villa Sites, with
winding street? and gentle slopes. It is a
high-class, restricted residence district, be
ing developed with many unique and at
tractive features, about which we will tell
vou in the near future.
Where is it?
Jn the Dundee district, two blocks south
of Dodge street, between 51st avenue and
53d avenue, on the highest ridge in the
western part of Omaha. It overlooks Elm
wood Park, Happy nollow Boulevard and
Golf Grounds, and affords a magnificent
view for milea in every direction.
Its
Improvements.
When completed, in the near future, will
establish a high mark in planning, platting
and modern development in subdivision ef
forts in or around the city of Omaha.
Watch for a sale announcement of this
beautiful property during the next few
days.
For plats showing size of lots, restrictions,
building lines and other information.
Phone Donglas 5074.
Shuler,& Cary
SOLE AGENTS
Suite 202.204-206 Kccline Building.
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IN OUR ACRES WEST OF BENSON
SUBURBAN FARMS
WITH CITY ADVANTAGES
An Acre $10 Cash, $10 a Month.
Half Acres $10 Cash, $5 a Month.
Acres m low $450. Half scies low as $!25. Sev
eral homoi atrfady built. rrdy for you to nimt into that rn
b nold on ey terms.
Our office open tverting " till 9 oYltx-k.
W con show you Ilermfin Harden kml V(t Urnum
ny day, evening or Sunday,
Hastings & Heyden
111 llnrney gi.
Thone Tyler 19.
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A Home
Prettiest Mile
If you want a real home in a re
stricted district, with new homes all
around, on the finest Boulevard in Ne
braska, within 200 feet of Omaha's most
beautiful Park, one block from car line,
come out and see the 3d house east of
24th street on the south side of Flor
ence Boulevard at Miller Park.
Six large rooms, attic, full base
ment, brick foundation, fireplace, laun
dry tubs, bookcases, buffet, beautiful
oak finish, , fine lot, everything the best.
Charles W. Martin & Co.
Tyler 1 87. 742 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
Start Owning Your
Own Home
If you ran't buy the bouse you want, aolpct a lot.
But Remember,
When picking out the location be sure and have the eurround
InK of the Jipgt, the atreet tar convenient and the property
where It will grow In value.
Dund
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The Community Beautiful.
Happy Hollow Fairacres
Wan carefully planned for the comfort and pleasure of the
home owner. All public Improvements have been comploted.
An ornamental lighting (system Insures comfort and safety by
night. Excellent car service brings It close to the business
center and its location In, the direct line of Omaha s West
ward growth, means Increase in value.
Let Us Show You
How you can start owning a lot In the beautiful residence dis
trict for a little money down and small monthly payments.
It means much to you to Mart right.
George & Company
Thone D-766.
D02 City Nafl Hank Bldg.
Bee WnntAcli Arc Sure Getting Results
CEDARNOLE
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VALUES:
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1 1. 1 1. 1 lAKPRK & CO..
Phone Tyler 1000
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BUSINESS BOOMERS
WHAT WE ADVERTISE, WE SELL; WHAT WE
SELL ADVERTISES US. .
A GOOD PIECE OF INCOME
PROPERTY.
Located on th Harnoy rr line, east
tftint, near 2.1(1, and California, tnt
i:xlll firtt, wlih pavlnft paid on
334 Ht.
Three (-room , apartmente, each
apartment having arparate hot air fur
nace ar.it laundry aervlce; good large
rooma with oak floors and flnlah; very
conveniently arranged and nliely deo.
oraied: , atove, ahades and curtain
roda go with each apartment. The
whole building mtaauree about t& feet
frontao by 21 ttt Cepth; built a little
over a year, bringing In a total rent
of I103.il) per month; taking out all
regular In tee and the email amount
neceasary for upkeep and repalm, It
ho a mighty good dividend on your
Invntment Would conildar a good t.
room bungalow around 4,00 aa part
payment, but do not make thla a trad
ing proportion. We will gladly quote
prira on application.
600.1 FLORENCE 'BOULEVARD,
ONE ACRE OF GROUND.
Mighty nice T-ronm houe with iun
oom. fireplace In living room, oak
floor and flnleh downataira, veiy ntrely
deoorald, good big porch with trailing
vlnea and other ehruhhery In the yard;
r.lre big eh ado trcea, which afford gwd
ahade 1n the aummer; house .t hack
om 4 feet from the boulevard; lot
Mxtoo ft,, making nearly an acre of
ground.
Thl party hae been transferred to
another state and U very anxious to
dispose of hti property.
It I a good buy. Price $6,500.
FINE MILLER PARK HOME
WITH GARAGE.
Located at 2420 Crown Point Are.,
half block west of North 24th atreet
car. Mouth front, fully 2-story stucco
houne, asphalt roof; contains 8 good
sized rooms, flrnplace, built-in buffet
and olber features that go to make up
a n!ce tome; iraruge with cement drive,
This house has been built only a few
month and was built by day labor.
, The mrterlal ana work Is thera and
we would be mighty glod to show this
property to any Interested party, no
, mutter how crltlial you may be. Price
16,760, with a good reasonable first '
payment. Call us If you ar Interested
and we will make an appointment.
SIX-ROOM FIELD CLUB HOME,
EAST FRONT.
We want you to see 1H0 8. JKth Bt.
A nice new horns, with 4 good bed
rooms on second floor and three large
rooms downstairs; full basement;
houae nicely decorated; nice big ahade
treee In yard and aa, you know, among
the prettiest homes In ths city. Just a
half a block south of Woolworth Ave.
and about thrr blocks from Hanscom
park and car line. Owner la very anx
ious to sell for special reason and will
quota a price that will make It Inter
sting, Call u for an appointment
HIATT COMPANY
243-7-0. Omaha Xat'J Bk, Hid.
Tyler 00.
AUCTION SALE
Thursday, May 25, .10 A. M.
Investment Property, 2421 and 2423 Cuming St.
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The property cormiBts of two-tory frame bulldlngii. contain
ing two "tores each 20x70 with haeement under each and four
apartments above. Total rents $1,074. This building la usu
ally well rented, but store rentals are low, only $25 at present.
Ground 44il25 with alley in rear.
SALE TO TAKE PLACE ON PREMISES
To the highest bidder on Thursday, May 25th, 1916, at 10 A.
M. Terms $500 cash or certified check at time of sale. Bal
ance within ten duys. Purchaser may asume present mort
alge of $3,200 at six per cent or pay all cash as be elects.
Mortgage can be renewed.
If you want a good Investment that will net ten per cent
and purchase a property that is certain to increase In value
don't fail to attend this sale.
DOWD SALE & AUCTION CO.,
Auctioneers. ;)
N. P. DODGE & CO., .m
Phone Douglas 829.
Agents.
lSth and Harney
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
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1.000-Ai.RE ORCHARD AND FARM
WILL StLL
20-ACRE FARM FOR ONLIi
$300
ON TERMS OF
J10.0O CASH AND Ij.W MONTHLT,
WITHOUT INTEREST OR TAXES.
1 am having splendid nucceaa Witt
my l,u00-acre orchard and faim In
Houthcast -Vllnaouii. Have 100 acres in
peaches, I.ai In apples, ti In grapi-o, a in
atrawberriea, 4 In blackberries and rasp
berries, and I'M in vegetable, grains
and graasea. The balance Will bs
planted tu Krapea and fruit trees next
spiing. The peaches have been run
ning over lliiu per acre, berries and
grapes J3U0, tomatoes JKJ (110 per ton
at the cannltiK factory!, etc. Apples
Just coming into bearing.
i have a large amount of land sura
rounding my 1,000-acrs orchard and
farm, much more than I will ever bs
able to get under cultivation myself,
and will sail 10 to 20-acre tracts at !M,
on terms of W.i cash and li.W
monthly, without interest or taxes.
FARMS FREE TO LIMITED KUMOEH
For a limited number of persons 1
have an arrangement whereby they
can obtain a farm tract free.
.My location la in aoutheant Missouri,
midway between the Ozark and the
lowlands, elevation above sea level
about 6u4 feet.
before offering any of my land foi
sala 1 went to the authorities of I In
seven nearby slates having the no
called "lilue hky" laws and asked
them to pass on the printed matter I
had prepared and to sund their expert
land men to Inspect my orchard, farm
and land offered. After doing this, and
also Investigating my financial respon
sibility and past buslnens record, they
quickly granted permission to sell my
land In their states.
A few acres here, properly looked
after, will bring you a splendid Income,
besides providing the beet of everything
for your own use. 1UV to 100 clear
profit per acre can be made. Frulls,
berries, vegetables, grains and grasses
will produce these results. A single
cow can be made to pay 112 clear profit
every month. 11(10 will build you a
cov, comfortable home In our mild
climate that will seem like a little
palace compared with the ordinary,
crowded, brick-bound olty flat.
With a few chickens, pigs and a
, cow, frulls, berries, vegetables and a
little meadow to start with, you
health, wealth and happiness come inln
your own hands. You are boss of all,
with room tn grow, and no one Is big
enough to come In end give you orders.
We have good schools, churches rural
free delivery and mutual rural tele
phone lines end good towns.
FKEK RAILWAY FA RE
to purchasers, !)0 days' time to visit
land and make your selection; money
back after one year If dliiatlefled;
payments slop In case of death; money
loaned for improvements; perfect title;
limned late possession.
tiET TMI.S FREE HOOK TODAY.
1 have made about w kodak views In
and around the big orchard and farm
and on the land 1 am offering sad
have had them reproduced In a IHI -page
pamphlet. In which also I have
placed all the Information to be ob-
tuliied regarding the topography, soil,
climate, water, rainfall, heallhfulness,
productivity, proriucis end shout every
thing vou want lo know; also fl leitets
from men in Omaha and nearby towns
who have gone down to look and who
have bought. I'll gladly send you a
copy If you will call, write or telephone.
WILLI R. Ml'NGKR
425 Paxtoti rilock, Omaha. Nfh.
CffEA P A Ti MS Any' else," eaey'-terms," In
the beautiful Ozarka of Ilent county. Mo.
W. H. Frank. 201 Neville BI(Kk,Omaha.
NEBRASKA RANCH
DOE IT PAVT 14,000 arB, B mil
from town. 110,000 pur yar off thi
ranch bt1c carrying hi own atuff. On
M of mo'Wn lmprvtmnr. (Thr urnull
. for hir4 hHp.) 20 well and wln4
mlll anr) beautiful natural lakfl In cn
tr of ranrh. Price cheap and carry part
hck at 6 pr rtynt. A(l'Ira Weatrn
Nebraska Farm Iand Co, J. E Klly,
Mm Dry HotH, 20ttj and Fa mam, Omaha,
Nh.
U'O ACRES of bat "farm lnd in Deutr
(Viunty, Nbraoha, loratPd flv mllii
north wt of Big Hprlng. lmprovn"nta,
hou", barn, .well, arrov. tc. 120 arff
in i.-ultlvatinn. HalH ubj?ft to lean x
plrlnc March I, 9J7, to b aaalaned to
purrhaaT Worth IfiO.OO pr acre. For
qijif'k maI only 135.00 pr acr No tradn,
A'l'Jrtfl H, J, Thompaon, Owner, liig
HpHna, Nebraska.
Ranch7 $7.50 per Acre, Up
CAN OIVBJ TOU ona of th flnat littlw
farm up to th bat atock ranrh but Ot
ua hlp you atlrt. Part ranh only. Hoad
of firm will ba hra May 2f to 27th; rtiff,
him, Kt hla pnraonal art vie end tha ap
rf a I bargalna in our liat. Wat?rn N
hrHHha Farm Land Co., J. K. KMly, Mur
ky Hotel, 20th and Farnam, Omaha, Neb.
How About This Ranch I
(140 arra, 7 mtlea from town, good im
provement. 10 acrea hog tight, part flu
furm land, lomt! affalfa, baUnca rough
him1, but good patitur.. $17.60 per acrn
thtw month. Witt rarry part back on
ranch at pr rent Addrt-aa Watrn
Nob. ik& Farm han't Co., J. E. Kll.
Harley Jiotl, 20th and Karri am, Oman.
Nfh.
60 YRAKS" tima, payable on or before. Over
2,0f") arrea to asleot from in Kimball Co..
Nb. Alt you hav to pay ia ooa yaar a
Interest In advance.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
1018 Omaha Nat. Hank Ulrtg noug 2715.
VvH SAI.b. 1 2fi arm ' "jolnl'lic Angornj
Morrill l'o,. Neb.; 70 seres hrnke; rented
for saann: all fenced ; no buildings, a
choice rlere st $;-.l.0 tier a-Tiv Will tarry
tiS' k $1,00 on mortK-ise. li per r ent. .1.
N. Johnefiii, L. If. liiuiiielalmrg. Ia.
FINK raiu'h, fi.fifiO acroe I'-leari, aeveral seta
of Improvement, all fen. e.l hikI crosi .
fenred ; 7 laells and windmills; practically
all can be ph.we.l, i no imi. ran e
clianau for good income, i'rl.-e, !I31,0h0.
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FOR SALE liH TRAUK 44l acres I mllea
norttieaet of ailace, Lincoln 'o . Neb. ;
want hunie in school town lieaoribe wtiui
vou have lleo. ,f I.litie, rVhus ter. Neh.
ti ACKKH. linpioved, must be sold" dur
ing May, Ho a T 2. Urokin How. Neh
,uialli liAkolM I. nuila.
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