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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 22, 1916.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
REAL ESTATE Investment!
tvTTirjlTMKNTfl. INStlRANCT I4M
win on prlca, II.500, "win I Iwom, I
noma Muk mu kick school end
Crollhton college. Also I and l-noia
bungalows, 13 09 down, and two I
IKK alnwti balanC monthly.
REAL ESTATE Investments
APARTMENT HOUSE NEAR
BUSINESS DISTRICT. PAYS
OVER 11 PER CENT NET ON
TOTAL PRICE AND OVER 16
PER CENT NET ON AMOUNT
ACTUALLY NECESSARY TO
New building, completed only two yeare
. , ... .-n when material
and labor wu II per cent cheaper then
now. Built ny owner wim
selected mnlerlnle tor permanent Invest
ment High elees plumbing nd heal
ing. ,geml-dlrect lighting. Corner tt.
south nnd east fronts. On nccouutlof
s recent heavy purchase ot Omaha real
. . - ltl ..a.iCIM
esiais ownw . (
$4,091 ANNUAL GROSS RENTS
$ 921 ANNUAL EXPENSE.
$370 NET ANNUAL INCOME.
Or 11 per cent on prlco HMO.
inn ash .'..-iitlr'a.i.
Don't delay.' Now offered for the flrat
time. Phono or writ owner.
Office: Now Hamilton, 11th and Famuli III
Phono Douglas 1171.
HARNEY ST. CORNER
1 1' X , . ., U BUH " --
Right to tho line of proireae westward.
. .... . w- --.-.. K.t.b Imnniv.
vJwverea wiib iww-.iv., - .
mental now rented lor 11,100 per annum.
Always Slled; no vacancies; only 0 feel
away an unimproved lot, 10x111, told a
. , ... a,A AAA Wa bu Of
IBW weea. .so . - - --
.... I.HHk. lAl-At.d
no III l.r ifrvyv..? " . - ' -
; , . i. . . l , . .ha "rinni of
wnere yn 1 a" "
" pulling down an Income of 10 per cent net
ana oo a iuv-u sewn . -
In around vaiuauon o. invu..nu. . ,
" Ian each year. The price la $11,106, and
no trades will be.oonelclered. Iiyvesllgata.
Trl lit. Hose Bldl.
' BRICK FLATS.
Well htriK t with 4 modem
oak flnlehed apartments. Income
11.200 per year. Price, 11,100, Only
ll.aoe necessary, balsoc. payable
lees than rout. -
Brand new double brick flat, with
Ave oak flnlehed home on same lot
f-rlng another street. Price for all.
Another double brick with II feet
fruntssn) enough ground for another
Oat. Price, la. 100,
All the above are located near
Farnam St., within walking die
Unco si downtown.
JEFF W. BEDFORD & SON,
ill Xeelina Blag. Doug. 11".
Double brick St Louis Hat, within foui
blocks ot llth and Harney; oloas to; bar
gain price. ... ...
I CALKINS CO..
Douglas 1S1I. City National Bank.
Rental 6t0-per year. Prlco 11.100. This
la a close-Ln l-room house arranged for I
I families. On llth 81. Between Ker
riam and Leavenworth. This Is an excellent I
proposition on a reasonable-priced invest
ment Investigate it wiereeiea.
GEORGE & COMPANY
Phone D. 760. Ia City Nat Bank Bldg.
FATHER TIME has hie hand on your ehoul-
dor. You need a staff, a savings account,
a little money well Invseted. Home
Builder guarantees 7 per cent cash divi
dends, psysble Jan. I and July 1. Tou
can begin any time with any amount The
plan of Investment li simple. ,
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
17th and Douglas ma
Brick flats, new. A high-grade Invest- J
menu impraT.rn.ni. u !--
- GLOVER & SPAIN
Douglas ltl ll-a0 City National
wm. COL. A A.
Ml Keellns Bldg. Doug. IITt.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands. Etc
EXCHANGE Los Angeles, mighty sttrac-
... l I naua.4 AlPAMt.
tlve algni-room ouns' --
all convenlenceo, hardwood floors, furnace,
flreplsce, sleeping porch, garage, abun
dant shrubbery, flower.. Might exchange
for good Nebraska farm, M.00O. F. M.
Dtla R.nk.n Bow. Neb.
Snn mB . Vio. . A .MM.'mtH modem hOUSO,
..... i2 in n..ainn. Iowa, and 110 acres
of land In South Dakota, Meed Co. This
property clear to trade for a modern I
hAiiu in Omens, clear also. Address H.I
Drown. 100 Hircn. i-rwiu.
FINE general farming, cattle and hog land.
in soutn ueorgis anu
transportation and climate, In eachange
... .,.n.riv Addreei O. P.
Krnh. Rrarrllt Bldg.. Kaneas City, Mo.
HAVE two 110-acre farms and one 10-acre I
farm, eastern Neoraisa, to uaue .
' - AncHEH REALTY CO.,
(A BH.Ha, DM.
a D1AU UAXfT? ttdO.
l.etorv. modern. A-l condition. Will
take good lot or trade on now house worth
si nee TaL Harney 1401.
FORD car and rooming house to exchange I
togeiner tor loi. -..
rra.il Df. Alee alter . w. .....
' a.An.a. tnatila. Ranches, New Apart
ments. Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 1 Patterson
nave some s""" waZ., r
i artles lor noo. or i. -.
' wi.ii. . r. DiriAhM Nat. Bank Bldg.
SooTt;-deiireble location, will take u
vma nart naymept. " .a. a.
RaneVeclsiieirieir or trade ranohe. fM
Ity property. B. Crania 171 Brandelt Bid.
REAL ESTATEB'uesa Pr'tyl
WHOLESALE DISTRICT J
ABOUT 28,000 SQUARE FEET
vtBA.AtA-v and basement brick building,
located on Herney car line at northwest
corner of llth and Harney Rtst Steam
heat, freight elevator. Building now va-
cant. Immediate iMaseeilon, For price
and terms, eeo
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phono D. 111. Ml City Nat. Bank Bldg.
now living in MINNE LUSA and all of
them are living in their OWN HOME
fifty more are building NOW.
'THEY BOUGHT .' '
in Minne Lusa because it is the prettiest
spot in Omaha,' and because they have
nothing' to WAIT for, sewer, water,
gas, walks, grading, lighting system
and paving ALL there NOW, then they
have splendid car service beautiful
Miller Park and building restrictions
all around them. They know what
their surroundings will be.
300 , ;
others have bought lots there and will
build. , r
, , OPPORTUNITY '
is knocking at YOUR door. We have
beautiful lots left with all improve
ments in, at , ' . '
! $550 TO $850 '
and splendidly built homes for sale
from $3,250 to $5,000. . r
. Let us sell your old home ani
1 locate you in this beautiful district.
Come out today and look it over.
Charles W. Martin & Co.
742 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. .
Phone Tyler 187. - '
. Brick Improvement!! lit lint tor Imme
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Doug. till. 111-10 City National.
Inc6mB property hear Ford plant. ll(h St
ownor, narnoy os.a
" MODERN1 BRICK FLATS.
, . 10.11)0,
Hear Farnam street . Am eioellent, well
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Doug. Ilia. 111-10 City National.
WAItTliu-i, e " . " I
aaa pa BOM lor eiee oaso. Miauw- ... i
ptr voatki give oomplete seaorlpUOB Sni
tw CIOMIM SMITH f!f..
llK Farnsm St Tot Doug. Hit
A GILT EDGE
Ownor' let-Tlnf tor PloHd and ha
Inatrart! m to Mil fct crific hit two
huditini propartlMb All modern, Meh
havlnir ifW rooms. HurtJwood floor
throughout. Hot wttor htttlng. Com
btnation iu ud olectrio flsturM. Lro
cioBtti to otich Iwdroom. Annuo. ronUI,
oo pm A good. ifi twolvo pr
cnt 11 p cntj Invoatmont. To bo
old toiothor, 7,ft90 lor both. Apply
PARSON & SON.
IBI Brmndolo Bldf.
Phono eOoucloa U4I.
I nv mt-i! I
fthsvnf Umu proyri- . i
r wnio v
tw. o. r hah i
t)l WvllH Bldg., Omfchn. Wot.
SOUND VALUE WITH 'A
A oloM-ln itornAr B blooko wmI of llth,
with a front it) of tt ft; flratclaM for
opart mn to and can b handled on omall
paytnont. baJaneo on or boforo 10 yoara
low raw or intwrwit.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Ill ll Oily Ntllonal.
Jtiot woit of 10th. Oood brtch tmprovo-
monu that will carry tho invoitmoat.
GLOVElt ,& SPAIN,
Doug. Ilia. ' Il-I9 city Nat,
Two Double Kick Buildings
2913-2915 Dodge Street
Well but It double brtck butldlngo. In a
g rwd location. Ha I room on mcH ido.
StHrtlf all modem In every way. Ftrit.
claw condition. , Rtmtlnv for M4 per
yar. Ownor ha mad th prto M.auft
iur "juiria atmiv, uii , uiiiid vi iuui tfvvv
cnh. Isook th building., over on th
outside, and. If yon are Interested, w will
b pleased to show jroit through. Phono
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
l.U HARNKT BT.
ClxlS, at the B W. cor. of 14th ond
Parker. Thli vacant corner t mrrounded
by bulnM. 14th atreeet Is th gnat
thoroughfare north and south and th ro
went repaving ha resulted In making tt
a great artery for travel. Thl ttronerty
la owned by an estate which t cleaning up
and w can make a prtca car lower than
at which anything In tho dtatrlot eaa b
bought, see u at once.
Tyler lilt.' Boo. Bldg. '
THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
, WAS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED
AT A SPECIAL MEETING, HELD ,
OCTOBER 21, 1916: ' '
NOW. THEREFORE, RESOLV-
' ED, That the Omaha Real Estate Board
declares itself opposed to, and it con- .
- demns the practice, on the part of Real :
Estate speculators and operators of .
platting farm land into city lots, and
particularly into city lots as small as 25
feet in width, on the theory that such
lots will ultimately be in demand for
- homes, when the facts are that such,
lots, owing to location, lack of public
utilities and 5-cent transportation, will
not within an ordinary lifetime be in
demand for homes, and that the public
should be warned against the purchase
of such lots for the purpose's outlined, '
and should be reminded that there are
hundreds of lots heretofore platted, ,
located in established additions with
. established grades, public utilities m -and
paid for, convenient'to schools and
transportation , lines, that off er far
greater advantages, either as an invests ,
ment or as a speculation, td even the r
s small investor. ,
Omaha Real Estate Board,
C. F. HARRISON, President.
A. I. CREIGH, Secretary. . . '
Furnished House '
and Landscaped Lot
In Field Club District
Tho hou&fc It a modern framo atructnro
with full ' basement, concrete floor. Giblin
hot air furnace, equipped with a Keener
oil burner which gave perfect satUfaetion
during the coldest weather laet winter and
warrants the owner in its 'continued us
this winter. The first floor ha reception
hall, living , room, dining room, butler -pantry,
kitchen and rear entrance, fitting to
hold lee box. Second floor larga hall with -linen
closet at end; four bed rooms with
larga closets in each room. Largo
bath room equipped with ' shower and
shampoo fixtures. Stair lead to th attic
which 1 most ample and could be finished
off for another bed room or den. Porch
nine feet wide across the entire front of tho
house and on east Bide to dining room which
can be entered by door off porch.
Hardwood floors and facing downitatn. ,
Hardwood floors, mapl door and Georgia
pine facings upstairs. - ,
Completely equipped wttn storm aoor nq
screen for doors and windows. Awning for
window on south and west. Lion hot water
heating attachment for summer use. Ga -stovo
The decoration of the bed rooms was don
to special order and would have to be en
aa. . tAlh A near nrlek building.
veil built; a,000 len than cost A good
GLOVER & SPAIN,
IViuglas till. 111-10 Cltr National..
REAL ESTATE WANTED
aw en HHVB UUflll sua fvu. S- - .
Ift.lo City Nat Bldg. Joug. Il
VaNTICD Listing of real eetat In Caha
... i. vi a. nsasiH A i?. Vlirniv ml.
jOT Hii '
g.ta WaUnhMIl TXiUsf S1
Tiu-r k.r.inB in homea with me. Irtav
fllllTniTIBn Wgal 1 1 (! . u. Mi Hkiruvi.w
rdrn5iLi!B-. D. Wei4. 110 S. llth it
BANKS "bought and soul confidentially.
t....i. luku. Investment Broker, at.
Dl Kstata. Loini. MortESKes.
i 4BK CUNT to I per oet on besPolaas cltr
rwld.noes in aroo.ni. ...v. -
farm loan.. non..t. . -
craoa TKI1IT CO.. 1111 Farnam St
11,100 HUBITIAUA d.i..' . .. r - - - .
seml-ann.i seou or ii-.. 1
OIIAHAnkotnes. Bait Nenrasaa Iwms.
itji vmsLiist ! i " - i
FaKm and city loan. t-i and f per cnt
w, . Tncma. ivunoj
The Big Sale
is Now Oil
We have decided to place on the market, at biff reductions
in price, all of our Omaha holdings. Included in this list are sev- -eral
brand new, strictly modern dwellings, just finished, built by .
day labor and finished up right. We also have several very fine
apartment house sites and a number of good building lots, which
we are offering at greatly reduced prices. Now is the time to
buy. Get our list of bargains at once and be convinced of the
genuineness of this sale. Last spring we advertised eleven Omaha
properties to close out for an out-of-town owner at a sacrifice and
we had a very successful sale, giving unusual values to the buy
ers. This is another opportunity, equal to or greater than the .
one of last spring. , There is one condition of this sale we must
Insist upon, and that is that owing to the greatly reduced prices
we are offering these properties at we will require cash for our
equity over and above the mortgagethe balance can be paid
off on very easy monthly payments a great deal less than rent
Our salesmen will be pleased to call for you and show any of.
these properties at any time.. Watch the newspapers next week
for further announcements.
If you wish to get in communication with us Sunday, call Col
fax 1886 or Harney 6563.
SCOTT & HILL COMPANY,
; GROUND FLOOR, McCAGUE BLDG.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS FARM AND RANCH LANDS
a vf MONEY HAHHI8UN WURTUM
a, ii i-,.k. N.fl Bulk Did.
... . ' n.vaieia fs. r ma and
rant-baa. we aio dujt
gage. Klohe in V. UP, . umiiw.
1... "in-J ,"ivdn'A I I.MffMTII
DUN T 1 A I J,iT Ifo
FAT IN I, I, 4 or I THARS. BEST PLAJf
shopkn co., "- f '-r 1.
"aBALirsTATK X.OANS WANTBD.
: .x?- ST.rS TBI. BICD 1111.
1T5o to 110,000 ni.de promptly, r .0. Wead.
weaa uiag. jm""'JlilT'a
SE.1. BBTATB loana, 1 per oont
D. H. nut;i t--.
en rtmah. Nat tank.
CITY and (arm loana I. IV.. 1 per oent
... ... a .'n lie n-aalln. Bids.
rTErtX'KNT and I per oent irioneV. Toland
Trumpuu. tee es pig.. .....
W, T. OBAHAU." ,
MONBT on hand tor eltr and
farm loans H. W. Binder, Cltr
a,-.. , I. t. BIA.
Na'l. Bank Bldl
' Stocks and Bonds.
19rlck improved. Oroond aleae worth
the arte, JnTeatlgato quick.
GLOVER &, SPAIN, :.
Our Nebraska larm
mortgagw ar. not
fecud br Buropean war. I
or pan'.ra Amount. 1411 1
to $10,001 We collect .11
Interest and principal l
(roe ot charge: 10 year.
In th. Nebraska (arm I
(laid without a Iom la our record.
KIJjKfil INVUSTMttNT UUHfAMX,
101 Omaha Nat Bank. B'dg- Omaha Neb.
. Abstracts of Title.
rr l' Tin. Guarantee and Abalrarl Co..
aVcrr ioi a ITth St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
BBBD A11HTHACT CO.) oldeat abelraot of- I
. lie In Nebruka. IV. afr.nu.ia ineaw.
The paving in Leavenworth Heights will soon be 1
completed. Considering the location, the price of the
. lots, the $asy terms, the character of improvements,
.Leavenworth Heights is in a class by itself. Only fif
teen minuj.es to downtown. The saving of thirty min
utes' time on only one round trip each day means 166
hours, or about twenty full work days, in a year. Is
this saving w,orth while? 'y
Prices, $500 to $750 a lot, with water, sewer, gas
and sidewalks all in and paid for. c
Terms, $10 to $12 cash; balance, $10 to $12 a
month. v( ' , .
Come out and see, or call us and it will be our
pleasure to show you the property.
A nice, brand new 5-room bungalow, a snap at
, ' BENSON & CARMICHAEL,' '
642 Paxtorf Block. Douglas 1722.
To Get In or Out of. Business .
Use The Bee Want Ad Column.
. $800 : : s ; - :
wijl buy a desirable lot in Dundee $950 to $1,500.
will make first payment on a lot, and lots are all large.
NO BETTER INVESTMENT
v NO BETTER PLACE TO LIVE
Dundee offers completed improvements, artistic
surroundings, . congenial neighbors, .convenience to
business, a future profit on a substantial investment.
There can be no depreciation in Dundee.
Let us show you whathas been done in this resi
dence district. Phone for' appointment, Douglas 756.
GEORGE & COMPANY, '
Phone Douglas 756. 902 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg. '
-. i i Jr
1 Plan of house and
! grounds off ered for
sale in this advertise
i ment. V .' - " -
Live Stock and Farm
AT AUCTION -
... . ... a v. ....... A.iAA A ikav tn California, will hold a clean up auction
l, trie unaerigu, " :
. .. n n riff ftehuvler. Neb., on y
Wednesday, November 15,
AT IS A. M.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LIVE STOCK
weight 200 lbl'.; thlrtr-fiv. head summer
75 HEAD OF CATTLE
c VmMA a mllAh eows. all giving milk i
eight eowe oomlnl fr.oh durlm-th. winter;
eixt-en heed of eow. with calf by iide; mil.
bead iteere as. I er; ei noau .veer..
V i.t . ...... t,aa nt bolfere. 2 yesrs
old; five heifers. 1 year old; eevent-en head
of iprtas ealvos; lS-year-old BBortnorn duh.
The abov. U an extra good lot of fine
3 HEAD OF HORSES
4 -year-old n
coming t-yer-old colt: on
ara, well broke, with colt by
One National ffaioljn enslne. 6 hone
power: one-bun saw; one feed rrinder; two
let of farm scales; one M cUorm.cn binder,
T-ft.; i.OQO brick; two extra gooa die cul
tivator, lixteen-ahovel ridins cultivator
two Haters; one wanton; two- seta double
heavy work harness; one set good double
harness; one good saddle; thirteen-seetlon
drag: one good hay ratce; one good mower
one DeLaval separator; one disc; one ma
nure sprender; one walking plow, two hay
slings; one top buggy; one grindstone, and
many other, articles too numerous to mention
on wis oui.
Fifty tons of alfalfa hay In mow.
,91 HEAD OF HOGS-.
' KlVven head coming i-yesr-oW sows
(PnUnd China) l forty -ft v head hoata.
trvDuta nv vir.nsr.VAT. PHflPTCRTY A credit of ten months time will be allowed
hearing 8 per sent in tenet iron. oat. aijU sofn m i..v win unucr tasn.
ALSO ON SAME DATE, NOVEMBER 15th, AT 8 P. M
My 135 Acre Farm .
ADJOINING SCHUYLER, NEBR., ON MAIN LINE U. P. R. E.
ONLY EIGHT BLOCKS FROM POSTOFFICE
-CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING IMPROVEMENTS
A GOOD 9-ROOM HOUSE
On eletern, ees. pool, two good Weill:
good eement eellar; chicken houea, wood
thed, imoke houee. -BIG
How room for 100 tons of h.y. Boom for
twenty eowa in stanchions, eemmit floor.
Good big hog ehed. cement floor. -Machine
ihed and scale houa. and double granary,
l.xl!; doubl. corn crib, S2x2i on. engine
hou.e and grinding houee. .,
ALSO GOOD 4-ROOM HOUSE
Good bant room for six haad of horses
and two cow.; on. granary In connection
with barn. Forty .cr.B fenced and crow
fenced, woven wire, Bolane. fenced with
good four barbed wire. One half of thte
farm aood farm land and balance good OA.
tur.; good running water in nocture and
feed lota ; water has never been known to
freoM, as It 1. led by springe.
Twenty-five acres sowed to fall
wheat goes wjlth the farm. This will
make a No. 1 dairy farm,
No better 'loested or Improved farm eon
be found In Nebraska. Don't fail to attend
my auction.' as all peraona! property, as
well ai th. farm, will M sola to toe high'
TERMS OF FARM It per cent day of auction, 40 per cent March 1st, HIT, bal
am. serried flv year. III. ptr cent, rosseeeion givon marcn ..a, iu, t
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OR ADDRESS V -
H. H. Hoops, Schuyler, Neb., Owner
Live Stock Auctioneers.
I. FOLD A,
F. D. VAN PELT.
Ral K.UU Auction r.
(Olilo.1 lUr Grand Hotel.
a ana ( th anm metuallr invested 1n th
property besides the labor of the owner for
the past lour years ana -nw wih-j
taken for growth of shrubbery, etc.. all
of which is in full bloom or bearing fruit.
The lot Is 53 feet wide by 187 feet deep,
well et out to shrubbery, etc. 2 cherry
trees, 2 apple trees, one pear tree, a
ful grape arbor- with 20 grape vines over
running it 40 feet of raspberries, 40 feet
of blackberries and loganberries, 6 currants.
60 rose bustles, peonies, oui-emy wum,
tc. all -surrounded by a wall hidden wira
. '.'a.'. a. atl a. ai
Tna xurnisnmgs oi -n oou hiw.hi.
More than 81,000 worth having bean bought
within the past year. ,,. .
Will sell the whole as described above for
th sura of $7,600. $6,000 cash and th bal
ance on monthly payment of $81.60 per
rot further par.ieu.ara or ma mspec.ivn
of the premises address E. H. D.. ear of
Omaha Bee. '
FOR YOU TO CONSIDER
LOCKWOOD horn. site, aw large l th.y
are from 60 to 145 feet frontage and
from 125 to 190 feet deep, , , .
LOCKWOOD lota are priced at much lees
per front foot than other de.tr.bl. lots
lmllarly restricted In th. Dunde. Dis
trict ' . y - -
LOCKWOOD Improvements are eompl.U
and permanent. , .
LOCKWOOD afforde a ftn. view for mile.
In every direction. Every lot Is high.
LOCKWOOD le convenient to Happy Hol
low and Elmwood Park golf grounds,
' and, besides, no lot Is mora than I
. block, to a car Un. , t
LOCKWOOD has every city advantage,
ettll there are not city taxes. THINK
THIS OVER. ,
LO.CKWOOD la restricted for the benefit .'
of the home owner, and for resldsnoo
purposes only. - -. .
Take the LOCKWOOD DRIVE today.
Go west on Farnam or Dodge Street to
52nd Street, then turn south. Stop on
Lockwood Avenue, and you will agree
with ua that this Is the moat desirable
property now offered for sale.
t PRICES ARB LOW. .
, Terms are very easy.
' ; " SHULER a CART,
Phone Dougla.1 1071. 104 Ke.no. Bldg.
Horse- Live Stock Vehicles
GOOD, .ound, gentle ioo-lb. .orrel mare,
city broke; can ride or drive; harness and
pha.ton. C. J. K.lrle, Florence, Neb.
Call Florence 10.
FOR SALE- A number of cholo. Duroo
boar, at III nnd 110 .ach. Call Flor.no. .
1642. Maurice Lonergan. -
RUBBER tired runabout. Mrs. Cola. Wal
FINE family home and buggy. 2111 N. 10th.
, Omaha, Nab.
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