Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 26, 1918, WANT-ADS, Image 29

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    .... THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 26, 1918.
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Minne Lusa
Are selling as fast as completed. One more
will be ready this week and seven more un
der construction. Come out and see how
thoroughly they are being constructed
note the distinctive architecture and con
venient arrangement.
$3,900 to $5,000
They are modern in every respect
fireplaces, built-in bookcases, v buffets, etc."
We are selling them on easy terms. By buy
ing now you can select your own color, deco
rations and fixtures.
Sundays call: M. O. Headley, Colfax 3482
Charles W. Martin & Co.
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
112 North 32nd Ave.
THIS HOME i the one that you will be proud to own and eall home. The owner
want it sold this spring so be has placed a very reasonable price on it to get it
- sold now. You can buy the bouse and lot for what the bouse cost to build.
For location it could not be improved. It's handy to Farnam ear line.
Mew Yates public school. Turner Park, and within easy walking distanee of 16th
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The floor plan is a dandy. First floor living; room, dining room, musie
room, maid's room and kitchen. Second floor four good-sized bedrooms, library
or den, and bathroom. Good attic and basement. This place is strictly modern
and in fine condition. You will have to see it to appreciate it. Will be fflad to
make an appointment to show this home to you.'
Creigh, Sons & Company
Doublas 200.
608 Be Bids.
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S. W. Cor. 51st & Cuming Sts.
This is a new and attractive Colonial type of bouse, located on large comer
' lot 100x135 feet having tiled front vestibule. rpntrl hall. nrm living i.k
brick fireplace, good sized dining room, butler's pantry and convenient kitchen,
first floor; 4 eor. bedrooms, tiled bathroom, pedestal lavatory, wall tub, etc
8 "r5. ''n'a closets second floor; maid's room, bathroom and store rooora
. en third floor, living and dining room finished in birch mahogany, all other room
finished in old ivory, oak floors throughout. Full cemented basement, brick
foundation. Laundry, store and furnace room, also shower bath and toilet in
oasemenu iisiern connected with laundry, immediate possession. Prices and
; - terms on application.
George & Co.
City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 756
Homes Are to Be Furnished
With Every Convenience of
Modern Invention for
A house complete in every detail,
furnished from top to bottom, with
every article of equipment, furniture.
Llinen, china and silver, a dream of a
place, ready for the bride and groom
to step right in and begin housekeep
ing in their home, is the ideal which
the modern realtor is trying to make
a reality.
The tendency toward this acme of
of service efficiency is rapid.
"Ten years ago," said Linn Camp
bell, of the Byron Reed company,
realtors who specialized in the build
ing of homes for sale on the install
ment plan, sold to purchasers the
bare skeleton of a house.
"Walls of such properties were
bare, woodwork was of yellow pine
and the floors made of flat grained
wood of the same material. There
was no pretence toward architectural
attractiveness and the places were
very simple in appearance.
Today's Modern Bungalow.
"Today houses of the bungalow
type are planned to be of artistic ar
chitectural beauty and landscape ar
tists are called upon to give the en
vironment of trees and shrubbery that
are essential to harmonize with the
architectual details and flower boxes
with suitable decorative plants are
even placed in front of the sun room
"Now every floor is made of oak
and an oak finish is given to the
living and dining rooms, while the
bath room and bed chambers are
finished in white enamel and the walls
papered with the paper that harmon
ized with the social atmosphere, use,
and finish of each separate apartment.
Often papers are used which cost $1
per roll.
"Instead of the old fashoined pan
try there is the modern built-in
kitchen cabinet with every conven
ience and accessory and the whole
sanitary to a degree.
Convenience Galore,
"Plugs are placed in the walls for
electric connections with fans, elec
tric irons, electric vacuum cleaners and
there are dust chutes to the basement,
clothes chutes to the laundry, and
even the detail of closets for the fam
ily brooms and mops.
"The central idea of the realtor is
to build a house that will sell but he
also wants to furnish the house from
tooth picks to electric range so that
it will sell itself, be so attractive and
homelike that it will be irresistable in
its home owning appeal to the newly
weds as well as others who have trav
eled in matrimonial harness, but have
been homeless in the real sense of the
Interior Decorations.
"A further step has been taken to
ward .the furnished home idea when
the realtor included in the accessories
of his houses the electric light bulbs,
fixtures, curtain rods and curtains, to
conform with the decorative schemes
of the interiors, and which have here
tofore been regarded as personal
"Only a short time ago a fine house
of this kind was sold to a couple be
cause of the detail of a mirror in a
bedroon closet door. It appealed to
the woman."
It is only a step to a home complete
for the newlyweds and shows that
realtors have ideals as well as imagin
ations. Benefit Entertainment
For Boxer Who Was Hurt
A benefit boxing entertainment is
being planned for Eddie Moha, a Mil
waukee welterweight, who was seri
ously injured in a bout with Jock Ma
lone of St. Paul several weeks ago,
when the Milwaukee boxer was
knocked out aod suffered a blood clot
on the brain. Malone, among others,
is expected to participate in the bene
fit. Thirty Omaha Real Estate to
Attend National Convention
The hustling committees of the
Omaha Real Estate board reports
that at least 30 realtors, members of
the local association, have planned
to attend the meeting of the national
organization at St. Louis, June 17.
It is probable that the delegation will
travel to the Missouri metropolis in
a special car.
Kansas City Realtors Invite
Omahans to See Their Town
The Realtors of Kansas City have
extended to the delegation of Omaha
realtors who are going to St. Louis
to attend the national convention in
June an invitation to stop off and
be the guests of their organization.
The Omaha delegation will leave here
Sunday, June 16.
Lots within three blocks of a car
line, close to schools, churches, with
telephone and electric lights close at
hand, streets brought to grade, side
walks laid and city water right to the
lot line, for a "dollar down," is the
unusual offer made in the sale of
Clearview lots, which will open Sun
day. Clearview is located between Ben
son and Dundee, on one of the high
est sites in Douglas county. The
tract is comparatively level and is
perfectly drained.
Fayne & Slater are selling the lots
for $270 up and will have representa
tives on the ground at 9 o'clock Sun
day morning.
Scarcity of Rental Property
In Omaha at Present Time
A realtor who makes a specialty of
rentals sold a house for a man the
other day.
On Friday he received a call from
the man, who was compelled to give
possession to the purchaser, for a
modern house to rent
The realtor, who normally had
from 30 to 400 such places listed, had
to tell his client that there was not
a place in the city available. This
shows the scarcity of rental property
in Omaha at the present time.
Fourteen Residences Are Sold
On "Own-Your-Home" Plan
Fourteen residences, costing from
$2,000 upwards, located in Elmwood
Gardens, have been sold to purchasers
impressed with the "own your own
home" idea by Payne & Slater.
That firm has contracted for five
more houses to be constructed in
the same addition and which will be
placed on sale.
Of the 250 lots contained in the
addition only 50 have been left un
sold. Keen Interest Displayed in
Suburban Acreage Property
Interest is keen in suburban acreage
property as was manifested when 250
persons visited Beverly Hills last
Sunday and looked over the 200 acres
of ideal rural building sites contained
in the addition.
Omaha Real Estate is the best In
vestment you could make. Read The
Bee's real estate columns.
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This home built less than 2 years must be sacrificed because owner is leaving city.
First loor vestibule, living room, dining room and kitchen and a fourth room, which
can be used either as a bedroom or den, for it has a large closet and a toilet and linen
closet off of it. Second floor, 3 good sized bedrooms and fine bath, with best of fix
tures. All the closets are large and 2 of the bedrooms have two closets each. Book
cases, buffet and kitchen cabinet built-in. Fireplace, in fact, a very complete house lo
cated on a corner lot fronting south. Good neighborhood and sure to be better. Has
double garage. Location 3568 Cass St
New 5-room two-story house located on Capitol Ave., near 46th St. A very good
buy at $3,350, on easy terms. -
205 South 18th Street REALTORS Douglas 722
$ 3,800 BOULEVARD BUNGALOW. Best value in a bungalow that we know of; S rooms, all on.
one floor, large attic. Walls in living room and dining room decorated over canvas; a first
class hot water heating plant. Located on a corner lot, paving all paid; garage with drive
way. Built for a home and a decided bargain. At least $1,000 cash required.
4,250 NEAR CREIGHTON COLLEGE. A well built 2-story modern home; 7 rooms and reception
hall with four nice bedrooms. Oak finish first floor; nicely decorated throughout races
the Boulevard, just North of California. A $5,000 property; $500 cash will handle.
$ 4,950 CATHEDRAL DISTRICT. A new house, never occupied; full two story, frame and stucco;
six nice rooms; oak floors throughout; nicely decorated. Located in a district of new homes.
$600 cash and $42.50 per month will handle.
$ 5,500 BEMIS PARK. A well built home, with 8 nice rooms and a sleeping porch with living
room, large dining room, library and com plete kitchen first floor, all finished in oak. 4 good
bedrooms and a sleeping porch second flo or. Located on the Boulevard with lot 51x140;
garage; large shade trees. A low price for this house and $1,000 cash will handle.
$ 5,750 DUNDEE. A beautiful bungalow built less than one year and offered for sale on account of
death in the family. Stucco finish exterior; has five rooms, all exceptionally large; oak
floors and woodwork throughout; attractive fireplace, built-in bookcases, etc.; full complete
I basement; large attic with stairway. A well built home, with all modern conveniences, lo
cated high and sightly and surrounded by new and beautiful homes.
$ 6,500 DUNDEE. Have just listed a very good 7-room practically new home on Davenport Street,
arranged with tile vestibule entrance, large living room with fireplace, large dining room
and complete kitchen; second floor has four nice Bedrooms besides open sleeping porch; oak
i finish throughout downstairs, with white enamel upstairs. Terms can be arranged.
$ 8,500 DUNDEE. A' very attractive stucco house overlooking Happy Hollow, handy to school, with
lot 85x135. Extra large living room with fireplace, dining room, breakfast room and
kitchen with screened side porch. 4 nice bedrooms second floor, one with a fireplace; tile
bath room. Extra toilet and lavatory on the first floor; complete full basement with hot
water heat Garage for two cars, with driveway. A first-class property, well located.
$10,000 BEMIS PARK. One of the best built homes In this fine District, with south front lot over
looking the Park and Boulevard. First floor has an immense living room with fireplace,
large library, dining room with panelled walls, pantry and complete kitchen. Second floor,
4 bedrooms and sleeping porch, two complete tile bath rooms; third floor, 2 large rooms
and complete bath room. Quarter-sawed oaks finish; oak floora throughout; hot water
heat; two fireplaces. Large garage, cement driveway, large shade trees. A big sacrifice at
$10,000 and can be handled with $2,000 cash and $85 per month.
Glover & Spain
SAVE $50
By Buying '
"An Acre Farm"
Before June 1st
In South Side
After June 1st the prices will be $50.00
higher on each acre. South Side Acres is the best
located garden land on car line, and paved street
on the South Side. Every acre lies high and sight
ly. Has rich soil and a great deal of it is in
alfalfa. The balance of the unsold acres are all
plowed and ready to plant most of them are
already planted. (Good brick school building
located close to South Side Acres.)
If you buy now, besides the saving of $50.00, '
the crop goes with the land.
Acres, $10 to $20, Cash
$10 Per Month
Half Acres $5 and $10 Down .
$7 Per Month
This is your last opportunity to buv acres
on car line and paved road so well located and at ,
such low prices. Be sure to call us by 'phone,
Tyler 50, any time during the day and make an ,
appointment to go out and look, over South Side
Acres any time during the day, evenings or Sun
days. There is no safer place to invest a few
dollars every month, than in South Side Acres. .
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney Street
Phone Tyler 50.
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Only $12,000, one-third cash, for this beautiful brick veneer,
stucco home with two lots and garage. This house has birch-mahogany
wood-work In first story, white enamel in second; also in
kitchen and sunroom: built-in buffet; oak floors upstairs and
down; full cemented basement; hot water heat: Ruud automatic
water heater; porcelain laundry tubs, and a child's bedroom suit
able for sleeping porch. It overlooks Fairacres and Elmwood
park. Let us show it to you.
418-18 Keeline Bldg.
Phone Douglas 690
Owner of a duplex S and 6-room
flat building, located at the south
west corner of Sherman Ave. and
Emmet St., has decided to sell at a
very low price. The building is well
arranged; finished in hardwood
throughout; has mahogany finish in
living and dining rooms. The floors
are oak; beautiful combination elec
tric light and gas fixtures; first-class
plumbing and heating throughout.
Large corner lot with a double
garage. Paved streets on two sides.
Owner has always lived in one
apartment and has always kept it in
first class condition. Rental $78 per
month, or $900 per year. Owner will
accept a well located 6, 7 or 8-room
home, west or southwest, from
$6,000 to $8;soo.
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler SO.
Wa art offering for lmmdltt isl
modern bungalow In excellent neighbor
hood, near Kountze park, built about four
fare ago when building material wai
much lower than now; haa larga living
room with fireplace and reetlbule, dining
room with buffet, good kitchen and two
bedroom, oua of which la a lun room; en
tire aecond floor la plastered and flnlahed
baaement under entire house; beat of fur
nao and plumbing; full lot, paved street,
shrubbery and garage. Renting for $41
per month, will be Vacant about June 1.
Is worth 14,700. Our prlc on easy terms,
14,150. Sundays call M. O Headley, Col
fax 42.
Charles W.' Martin & Co.
T4 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg. Tyler 1ST.
Eight rooms and bath; garage; larga
lot; paving all paid; fin location. Jill
Blnney 8t Terras. "
104 N. 16TH ST. PHONE DOUQIO.B 4170.