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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 3, 1916.
A Safe Investment
. The safety of money invested in this form
of securities is no doubt well known to everyone.
If you were considering investment of trust funds
or money belonging to your mother, wife or sis- .
ter, where absolute security was the first require
ment, you would naturally buy first mortgage
loans on choice, eastern Nebraska farms. Al
most all of the large insurance companies invest
in this form of security.
Why Not Invest Your
Idle Money -
. We sell hundreds of thousands of dollars
worth of these mortgages to business and profes
sional men, who wish to keep their surplus funds
out at interest in a form of security readily con
vertible into cash.
We Offer First Mort
gage Loans-Tax Free
' On farms in the "preferred" territory in
eastern Nebraska, personally inspected by our
own examiners and not exceeding forty per cent
of the appraised value in any case. We can
! promptly fill an order of from $1,000 to $100,
000 in mortgages bearing five and five and
one-half per cent. The borrower in each case
pays all taxes assessed against said mortgage or
We cordially invite your patronage.
United States Trust Co.
212 South 12th St.
v Can you think of anything better than own
ing a HOME in a NEW, highly developed, re
stricted residence district, where every modern
improvement is , being installed -where there
will be no stores," no "flats," no saloons, no "un
desirables," where every neighbor is a Jiome
owner where you can nave a car and ride to
the business district over the finest road in Ne
braska, or ride on one of the, best equipped car
lines in the country where you are only a step
from the prettiest park in the city, with public
golf course, tennis courts and baseball diamond?
Such is MINNE LUSA, and there you can
buy a home all ready to move into, built by the
OWNER, who has years of experience, built as
good as a house can be built, and. on account of
the PRESENT low prices of the lots; you can buy ;
a five, six or seven-room house, modern in every
appointment, from ,$3,300 to $5,000, on EASY
TERMS. 1 :
We want to fill this addition with HOME
OWNERS, and are making big inducements. We
shall be glad to explain and show you these beau
tiful homes. OPPORTUNITY Is knocking at
Charles W. Martin & Co.
742 Omaha Nat'l.' Bank Bldg.
BEST BUY IN THE FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
' This fine home is built of brick and stucco, on a splendid
fast front corner lot 67x100. Absolutely ideal both inside snd out.
Urge entrance hill, living room 15x20, dining room and kitchen
on first floor; 3 bed rooms, dressing room, tiled bath room and
sleeping' porch on second floor. Maid's room and complete bath
on third floor. Screened porch off dining room. Finished in fine
quarter-sawed oak with oak floors throughout. Skillfully planned
and well built All fixtures are the best Hot water heating plant
Garage in basement Make appointment with us to go through.
ARMSTRONG-WALSH COMPANY, Sole Agents,
Tyler 1538. Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam Sts.
" is now being laid. '
All other improvements, including
A complete Water System;
, ' A complete Sewer System;
Gas Mains ready for use;
Wide Permanent Sidewalks;
Electric Light Conduits;
V , Curb and Gutter;
, Parking and Terracing
have been completed.
We started last spring-to make this the
most beautiful and the most desirable addition
for the investor or home builder.
We are now offering for your considera
tion the finished product.
If you will look it over, we believe you will
agree with us that our purpose has been accom
plished. - ' . '
s The large lots and villa sites the winding
streets the magnificent view the restrictions
and the high-class improvements are attracting
Omaha's best citizens as purchasers.
Drive out Farnam street to 52d street, then
turn one block south. ,
The addition office at 52d and Jackson
streets open today ahd Labor Day.
Prices are low and terms easy.
$800 and up.
10 l o Cash, Balance 1 Per Month.
. Come out today, or better still, phone us and
we will call for you. ....
SHULER & CARY.
Phone Douglas 5074. 204 Keeline Bldg.
Store Your Goods
During the Winter . Months
Why spend larire sums for coal over the winter when you
can store your goods at a small cost?
Our storage rates are very reasonable, so much so that
you cannot afford to sell your furniture at a sacrifice. You
will sureiy be pleased to return and find your goods in splen
did condition and all ready to resume housekeeping in the
spring. -. ' "'"
We ask you to inspect our rooms for storing household
goods. Our rooms are of various sizes and our system of ven
tilation is one of the1 strongest features of our storage. Get
our prices FIRST. It will pay you. .
Don't burden yourself with coal bills, but save money by
storing your goods during the winter.
- THIS IS MOVING TIME
Be sure and move in a FIDELITY van. It means safety
to your goods and prices consistent with good work. We have
only expert movers in our employ and you will be glad you
gave us your order. The many thousands we have served
here in Omaha will attest this. Our greatest desire is to
. please, and our large business has been built on the rock of
Satisfaction, the one quality most desired both by you and
. by us. Telephone us today. i -v
Telephone Douglas 288
. FIDELITY VAN & STORAGE CO.,
Sixteenth and Jackson Streets.
Eighty Acres '
Furnas County, Nebraska .
Second bottom, dark chocolate soil; 10 miles
southeast of Beaver City or 7 miles southwest of
Stamford; good roads to town, on C. B. & Q. R.
R. School IVa miles. All under cultivation ex
cept 7 acres hog tight pasture. This is level land,
all fenced and cross fenced. Six-room cement
block house, corn cribs, granaries, hog house,
other out buildings, good windmills and tank;
Nice row of shade trees. $70 per acre, $1,500
cash, balance to suit at 6 per cent It will pay
anyone to investigate. Furnas county is in the
rain belt. The crops this year are good and
farmers are prospering and very little land of
fered for sale in that county at the price and
terms this is quoted. This is one of the farms
that any loan company will loan you $2,500 to
$3,000 five years at 6 per cent. It will only be a
k matter of a short time that such property will be
. selling for $100 per acre. Furnas county fur-'
nishes a good market for its products. I will go
with you to see it. Write me.
Douglas 8373. 702-4-6 Keeline Bldg.
REAL ESTATE '
four Income ai
Buy an Acre
. $10 Cash
$10 Per Mo.
Phese Tytsr 1CC3
1U mOl NMlfl
tooaa nrrlM u Shew FMjrare a.
Unriw swv Wut-At to m IM
Are you content with merely placing your surplus
earnings in a bank and allowing them to lay there draw-
. ing a small rate of interest, when you can invest in acres
close to Omaha that are rising in value as the . city is
reaching out to them?
Benson Gardens and West
' Bneson Is Your Opportunity
. Look at the advance all along Farnam street, Dun
dee, Fairacres, Benson and out Dodge street for miles.
Automobiles are making a great demand for acreage.
Our. Prices and Terms
r Are the Lowest -
The man on his little farm raising fruit and poultry .
is not worried over strikes. "A Little Land" is- the beat .
form of 'an investment you can make, and at the same
time you can live on it or set it out to fruit and have it
cared for all the time that it is advancing in value. J
Is There Any -Doubt in Your
Mind About Omaha's Future?
''V - . - ...
No city in the country has a brighter future. Then
why don't you invest in real estate before the desirable
acreage tracts are sold? Let us take you out to Benson
any day. Many fine homes already built.
Salesmen on the ground all day today. Call Tyler
50 and we will come and get you any time in an auto
, mobile. Downtown office open evenings 7 to 9.
Hastings & Heyden,
1U HARNEY STREETS-
PHONE TYLER 50.
Call at, Office for Information.
F. D. WEAD, 310 S. 18th Si-
real ESTATE B'ness Pr"ty
Corinth lot. 4070 ft., itiet
rftr tranxfor point, with nw one
tory and biinint doublo brick
tore. Income now $1,140 per year;
will be 11.100 after June 1, 1S18.
The leaiee run nearly four years;
tenants pay for repairs. Price
1111,000; liberal terms, .
WHY THIS IS A GOOD BUY.
Th propnrty la ltwated at a street
car transfer point, where values are
- advancing. The tenants are hUHtr
Ing up (witness and can afford to
puy hlchar rents after leases eiplre.
This Is a safer and more profit -hie
Investment than apartments or
dwellings: no risk of varanrlts; no
repairs to pay for. Ask tor full Itt
' J. H. Dl" MONT & CO.,
411-18 Keellnt Bldg. Phone Doug. t0.
FOlTSL10-14!il32: fcea three streeta;
near new Ford building; splendid manu
facturing site. Addreaa B-Ul. Be.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
mi. l lltrf anit rirnvur. tl.000; S
. 2 n-v-rf St.. t:.ono; l A . Sd ana
PacISc I!, 000 cash. Uous. 2047.
REAL ESTATE Other Citie
hSb RAT.E By owner. 110.000 Income
property; terms U.000 cah; bal. to anil.
Inconsa I1.S0O per year. Address T Ml,
I PKR CBNT to 0 per cent on best class city
residences In amounts IS.000 up: also farm
loans. Reasonable commissions.
PKTKR8 TU8T CO.. 1121 Farnam St.
lUOO MOnTOAOB, bearing T per cent arml-
ann.; aecuren nj prwi...y - ' -Talma
e-Loomls lnr. Co.. W. O. W. Bids.
OMAHA homes. Ksst Nrbraska farms.
O'KKKKK BISAL K9TATB CO..
10t Omaha Sal. Phone l)ulaa 1T1S.
ilONKT lo loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Wa alM buy ood farm mort-
ases. Kloke Inyco.. Omaha.
" REAI. BSTATK LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McOARRT.
KBBLINE BI.txt. . TBL. REP 4344.
$100lo""ll0.o6omade promptly, r b. Wead,
Weed Bids- llth and rarnaro Sta.
RsSlTEstATK losns. ( per cent. See
. . D. B. 1VK COu, " !
, ' "' 411 Omaha NaU Bank
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages,
W. T. GRAHAM
CITT and farm loana. 5. 6H, f per cent
J. H. Dumont A Co., 410 Keeline Bids.
MONET on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City .
National Bank Bids.
' 14S Omaha
Natl. Bank Bldf.
FARM and city loana. and t per cent
W. H. Thomas. Keeline Bids. Doug. 1444.
MONET HARRISON MORTON
914 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bids.
CITY LOANS.- ,
Immediste closing. v
Residence loans a specialty.
Interest paid but twice each year.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
Stocki and Bonds.
taortaaaea are not
. fecteA wy European wsrt
or panic Amounts
to 120,01)0. We collect all
Interest and principal
free of chat fa: It years
n the Nebraska farm
nam witnout a ioh is our record.
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Iftl Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Nek
COUNTRY BANKERS I can sell your eon
- trolling Interent, or can sell you one. All
business confidential. Jacob Backer, In
vestment broker, St Paul Arcade, St.
Abstracts of Title.
CALIFORIASacramento valley Improve!
farms for sale on easy payment, wnw
for list. E. R. Watte, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
SAFETY HARBOR, FLA. Eastern gate
way to Pinellas County, home or moua
KftPIRITU SANTO SPRINGS, center of
Orange Belt. Send for Bargain list, real
estate and printed matter. Goodrich,
Safety Harbor, Fla.
ftiiaronraa Abetract Co. We can bring
v Mtvw flown your anstraot on
short notice. R. 1, Patterson Bldg. D. 2947.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
SOS !l. l?th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
RKED ABSTRACT CO.
. flee In Nebraska.
oldest abstract of.
SOC Brandels Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
40. 10 OR 111 ACRES QUOD, HEAVY
oil, well settled1 part of Todd county,
. Minn., good made, ac hoots and churches.
' price tlS to l: per acre; tertna ll.OO per
arre cash, naisnca i.w per acre a year
i.OOO ai'i-ee to select from. Agents wanted
will make a low railroad rate to Insneet.
Schwab Br oa. i 10ZI Plymouth Bldf., Hla
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
OZARK national forest opened to home
steaders; 25B.U0O acres; aounuanc opriue,
water; open range; no malaria; large
state; township map, t colors, showing
National forest. amount vacant, each
county, elevations, etc.; most complete
map published: i&c or 60o lncludea mil
and year's aubitcrlptlon -to the agricul
tural and development magasina of
Arkansas; full information on the open
ing. Traveler and Homesteader Magaaine,
nd Dept.. Harrison. ArK.
California - Lands,
FOR SALE the owner, l0-acre farm. A
bonanaa. Here la a chance oi a iiienm
for a man with a few thousand dollars
who Is willing to work to get ahead and
make money. This farm possesses food,
rich soil, almost level, free from rocks;
t.000 bushels wheat have been relied on
this farm. Wheat, corn and potatoes are
well adapted for this soil and climate. My
reason for selling Is on account of poor
health and old age that force me to sell
this money-making . farm one-third leal
thtvn tia ritual vs hi. 1-rnnm house. Cellar,
i 2x18. granary, 12x18. horse stable to tie
six head, and other outbuilding, etc., It
wens, one ror ine nouee, one lor iw.a
This farm la mil fenced. In fclfh state of
cultivation, in settled community, near -school,
neighbors, good markets, near sev
eral railroad towns, S within 7 miles, and
others 10 and lit. etc. This proposition
offered Is cash. Price, -14,600; will put t0
acres of fall wheat and If I should decide
to put 100 acres of fall wheat the price
will be 5,000; will carry $1,000 payable
in 1 payments for terras of 6 years, rate
of Interest t per cent. If wanted. These
propositions stand good only Sep tern ben I,
II H. If Interested take speedy action or
write concerning other Information ;
wanted. D. Pigeon, .Proctor, Colo., Box
3ft. Logan county.
COLORADO needs 10,000 farmers; dairy
men, poultry and stocK raisers man in
money; we find location and get you
square deal. Write today, Board of Im-
mlgration, State House. Denver, loio.
COLORADO land excursion postponed on ac
count of strike. Make inquiry. ttema-
way. Florence, Neb.
FLORIDA farms and poultry sites near
Jacksonville; rich soil; beat home mar
ket; St monthly; immediate, possession.
Write Jacksonville Heights improvement
Co,. Jacksonville, Fla. ' .
GO TO Southern Georgia with us; we will
show you a fine corn, cotton, general
farming, cattle and hog county; prices
from $5 to 110. No better climate, or .
cheaper land in the V. S. Write for fult
particulars. Inter-State Development Co.,
Dept. 1., Scarrltl Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
FOR SALE In Bannock county, Idaho, I
miles from Soda Springs, 4 miles from
Alexander, 320 acres, all fenced, 7-room
house with furniture; barn and outbuild
ings. 240 acres in cultivation; 80 in native
pasture; 4 head of horses; one wagon; one
mountain wagon; one 14-line drill; &
ploughs, one 3-sectlon harrow, one 14
blade disc; pair common-sense bobsleds;
cutter and other small tools. Price four
teen thousand (114,000) dollars or will
lease b years without horses or household
goods for fifteen hundred ($1,500) dollars
cash In advance. Address Alice M. Demp
ster, SOS S. Flgueroa St., Los Angeles, Oal.
FOR SALE or trade, 100 acre blue grass
stock and grain farm; 78 miles north
east of Kansas City In Livingston county,
Missouri, every, acre good. Well improved.
Want cheaper land, more or less acres
Up to $10,000. Write owner for, descrip
tion. Sam Qravatt, Box 824, Drumwrlght,
Oklahoma. ' '
SPRCIAT, SALE; 40 -acre farm In Howell
County, Mo.; well improved; in rruit pen;
price 11,00, cash; to see It is to buy; also .
splendid newspaper in Missouri town 700;
net receipts yearly $1,400; price $2,600.
$2,000 cash, balance terms; fet full par
ticulars both. Robinson. Joplln, Mo., Box
154. ; - 1
120 At IRKS. 75 ln-Qult.: good S-r. house; Z
a good large barns, other Juitdlngs; good
orcttara. Mostly nog wire lences. d,vv
cash. Would trade for feed shed, If well
located. Wn. Geo. Foster, Mountain
HOW would you like to own a three hun-
dred-acre farm of good alfalfa, land in
a GERMAN COMMUNITY WITH BTORK,
ELEVATOR, DEPOT AND . .STOCK
YARDS ON THE FARM?
And In a community where grain farm-- '
Ing, dairying and stock raising 'are mak-
: Ing people wealthy, very fast; if you can
satisfy us that you are an honest, tern
perate and industrious man and can make
Us aa small a payment aa three thousand
dollars and spend0 a like sum In improv- .
Ing the farm we will csrry the remainder
of the purchase price almost indefinitely,
at a low rate of Interest; the farm Is
smooth, level valley land, unimproved ex- ..
cept about 140 acres In cultivation, thirty
mcrea of which is in alfalfa; there is a
small town plat on the farm; only three
lots have been sold and the remainder
of the lots are Included In the purchase ,- .
price; there is a gravel pit on one corner,
which will be a constant source of reve
nue; there are springs which will operate
by hydraulic ram that will automatically
force water through your feed lots and
buildings, and the South Loup runs
through the farm; there Is some timber
cedar, cottonwoods and box elders; there
Is a good school just across the road and
good town eight miles on either side;
there la a resident railroad agent and
good train service; the station Is MlUdale,
Custer county, Nebraska, on the famous
South Loup Valley; don't look for It on an
old map, as the railroad was only built
from Callaway four years ago; the price is
$10,000; if you deal with us direct you
. may deduct regular real estate commis
sions," or If you bring us a buyer we will
pay you regular commission; all Inquiries
cheerfully and truthfully answered.
ADDRESS HARRY E. O'NEILL, OWNER, '
STA PL ETON, NEBRASKA,
AN HONEST AD ,
ilea ask us, "If your land Is as good
as you say It Is, why Is It so cheap?"
The honest answer Is, Speculators picked
up this' land years ago and have not lro-
proved U. The cattlemen also, who have
the run of this land free, have dis
couraged settlers from coming In and
locating. Now the speculator Is ready to
sell at a fair price, and the cattlemen
are well fixed and the country Is now
ready and open for settlers, men who will,
farm this land as It should be, and they
wtll make as much, It not more money.
all things considered, as back east on
the high priced land, Just think of it,
our small grain is making 18 to 38 bu.
this year at $l.2s per, and we have a very
fine aland of corn, and yet this has been
the driest year for twenty years. When
you can buy land that will produce as
this Is doing, with hogging It In meth
ods, don't you think ft a good Investment?
Heavy black loam soil, with clay subsoil,
only $lft to $26 an acre.' We raise alfalfa .
and all other grass and grain, (hat Is
ralstd in the east. No purer wster, and
plenty of it; good schools, churches, mar--'
kets, telephones; a food class of people.
County Isir and chautauqua and lyceum
annually, and Grant, the county seat, is
a good, growing town, with electric light
and water works. Titta Is an honest ad, be
honest with yourself and come and see
if there la euch a thug aa an honest
real estate man. Agitata wanted in
every county. Dave Shuter Co.. Grant, Neb.
v: Through a" trust agreement we
.); own and wish to. sell a highly lm- ,.
proved 1,000-acre ranch In west
ern Nebraska; 1,600 acres Irri
gated; 1,000 acres of this In al
falfa; on Lincoln Highway, five
1 miles from gocd town; finest ranch
' between Denver and Omaha; price
$236,000, or only a little more than
unimproved, un irrigated western
land Isv selling for; ws can give
good 'ter me; you pay no commis
sions; this ts a snap for s. maa
big enough to swing it.
FIDELITY TRUST COM PAN V
' '' i Fremont, N'eb.
$0 ACRES of good farm land near Omaha
. Price Is right, ft. P. Boelwiuk bvit. 100 ;
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