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NEW SUBURBAN CENTRE.
Subtcajf's, Bridges, Railroad* and
Trolley Tap Fine Home District.
wn.i-MM r. KAE.
Jamaica, within Urn limits of greater New T rk,
Is the logical Deotra of the new auburtan zone.
It Is on th# maJn line of the Tjozlz Island Railroad.
As If It -were a. ma.rr.moth loadstor*, every trolley,
rs'.lrotd aad new express line yolnln straight for
Jamaica, or lor th« main trunk lines -which con
verse there. And every traflic utar/ tapping other
important points of Lor.g Island raikei direct to
th« main distributing point at Jamaica.
Kc-x Ycrk Is the gateway of the N^vr "World.
- It Is the gTeat centre and dMrSMttag point for
industry, finance ani y>ei>ulation. From tbe im
mense immigrant streams through tl>e port of Xe-w
Tork a large majority of the new people sf-ek
home* In d B metropolitan district. During ti.«
yeara of ISM t:> IW7. the Immigrant masses av«r
ag-ed 1,000,000 In volume each year.
The new people filled the old immifn-ant district*
to overflowing. As fuch districts upandet. they
LOOKING UP RIVERSIDE DRIVE FROM 90TH STREET.
forded out an aMer class of Tieichixiring possalar
tion. The movement •ras communicated from
B district to district until it transformed nearly all
f the old residential sections. The net result was a
widespread ■whui •• Into the Buborl s. Great
Fuhways and bridge Tere projected to open the
■fat Z^r.ns; Island acres across the East River.
Extension of the Manhattan-Pronx Bapld Transit
subway into Brooklyn as far as the Long Island
Railroad station, at Fiatbosb and Atlantic avenues,
was completed last spring. The aVWllailialMa'g
bridpe had be*-n opened the year before. The Bel
mont tunnels undnr the East River, at the 42<1
aftnei line, into Quotns. sre waiting for the signal
to start on regular schedule. The Queensboro
bridge, with its immense trolley connections, is now
open for traffic. The hucc Manhattan bridge is
makir | rapid progress. The Long Inland Ball
road is BBeaAtag the last of 530.000.000 to electrify
its suburban Byfcteui and to raise its express facili
ties to the hignest Efficiency- And. to complete
the wonderful spectacle of panoramic transforma
tion, the Pennsj"lvannla Railroad, which controls
the l*ong Island Railroad, if completing- four big
traffic MBMa under the East River, under Manhat
tan and aoder the MurUi RU er. In order to make
L<cngr 'slarxl the Atlantic BBSbsavi end for its gi
gantic syetem. which covers all the richest parts
of the country east of Chicag-o.
Jamaica has been recojmized already as the cen
tre of the new field of expansion by the big- trans
portation interests. Jamaica is the hub of the vast
iiew MBjM tnasjaat scheme. Jamaica la being- sur
rounded by a flood of investment capital. Jamaica
Ss th' point chosen Ear the great Pennsylvania-
Long: Island raiiroad terminals.
Jamaica proved its leadership when it built 600
Louses In a sirigJe year, the laXaTeat number of any
district on bana; Island, outside of Brooklyn and
Lonr Island City. It is lesdintj more emphatically
this year. Of tta 60) new structures, tii> were
dwelling houses. Its business growth was shown
In 67 new building-s.
Klllcrest la one of the finest SB tloos of Ja
rr.aica, situated en the high |a>) between Union
avenu« and HiUsida av«aue, two on] orUu I boule
vards. adjolnir.^ the beautiful eatal development
or. the east ar.i the trclley rood on the west, 3£o
tasi above »ea level* according: to city topographic
«ur*fya. The policy of the owner* Is to gain the
co-operation of every purchaser to its tract tnd
encourage its development for a limited period In
order to introduce Ulcnst They offer full abH
city lots at very reasonable prtcos. Sections A and
B. fronting oa the DMas avenue macadamized
boul«\'ard, have been dcve!or>e<J, -with formed city
streets, stone curb, concrete ridewalks, double
maple ehade trees, water mains and park effect
improvements. Artistic aasjsjsja of modern seatcn.
■nMasIS Bar one or two families, containing all city
improvements, detac:ie<3, with extra grx-und, have
been erected and will be offered on easy terms from
$4,000 to «6,i».0.
A most practical and fin.nasln development,
with ifiesJ. blilliirni and logical location, Hillcrest
fine over eevea thousand feet frontage oa two main
maca*larr.i£' -'. roada, within a short distance of
Fulton stuaet trolley On*, the main business centre
and the Jamaica Long lalaad Railroad eubway
Parallel to tbe property is the trolley line in op
eration by the Belmont Queeas County Railroad
eyslcm. running from Jamaica and Long Island
City. This -will be ft more important line in the
sesx future, w..eii DoaneotkMi is made with the Bel
mont-Stetnwsy tubes under the river and the
Quieasboro Bridge. An additional trolley line U
prcposevi. application for which is now pending: bc
fors the c'ty authorities to use ths Belraont tubes
E.ed Queensboro Bridge frora Manhattan, and con
nect with the Metropolitan avenue trol'.ey from
TTiUianisburg Bridge, in Ita route Clrectly tapping
••HlUcrest of Jamaica."
AT GREAT NECK VILLA.
ImpreTed Property for Hone Seekers Now ia
Those vrho contemplate purchasing a plot of
ground and building- an all-yeai^roucd borne msß
find Great Keck Villa, Lcng Island, attractive In
1U rural scenery and healthful In 1U desirable
situation. Lots from one-third cf an acre up h »ye
been laid oit, and the property ha* been improved
■o that it Is all rca.Jy for building-.
Great Nsek Villa ia, «lnce Urn opening of the
Qveetißboro Bridge, within easy commuting distance
of the city. Ths place furnishet ail facilities for
land and wat»r Eporta. Prices of the property
are rea»onabl«. Tbe I»uls G. and Paul V. Shields
Comp&ny, cf No. 1 Wall street, &re the managers.
Only $8,500 and Easy Terms
Forest Hill. .NVwtrK'B bost residential eection*
highest elevation la city; na» bouse: e*C Ridre
Bu near Heller Parkway: 10 roods, bath, all
■nooVsrn Improvements; everything up to date;
£a? shade; avoid future trouble; ercura house
j built of be*t material and workmaniihlp. tinder
I owner's Aelijr supervision; don't writ*, come ux>
and levesttirate ; open <iaily for Inepr-ctlon: prlco
less ti.sn you pay for Interior huiit housaa;
tenr.f to salt tmrcbiaer. W. T. CLAKK. owner -
T6» Highland ATttiue. or C. C. MORBOW
. •C«at. fcCO JJroaa giro** .
S! ANY BRONX PROJECTS |
FLATHOUSES IN DEMAND.
Business and Residential Districts
The volume of business transacted this X ear in i
the Borough of The Bronx has been a feature or
the local real eftate market. Plans have been ;
drawn already this season for Investing many hun
dred thousand dollars in flathouse projects there,
and in the erection of the two-family dwelling j
house, one of the most popular types of buildings
in the borough. At a session of the Real Estate
E-hool of the TVest Side Young Men's Christian
Association, held last Tuesday evening. J. Clarence ,
Davlcs. the president of the Real Estate Board j
of Brokers of The Bronx, prophesied that the fut- j
ure Increases of values in the principal residential j
and commercial centres of the borough would be i
B8 great as If not gr»at«r than the advance in j
prices In the period from 1590 to the present time. .
It was about IS9O that the first big building under- ,
taking which has marked the development of the
borough la recent years was successfully carried
out In the borough, according to Mr. Davies.. That :
project was th,. erection of 300 dwelling houses of
a moet substantial type, with frontages on Willis
and Brook avenues. He also added that it waa
an easy matter for an expert to foretell accurately
the districts in which the largest expansion ot resi
dential and business zon^s would take place. He
said that experience had taugbt him that tbe most
profitable purchasers of land affected sites at or
near the leading corners formed by the inu>tse<-ti'in
cf wide thoroughfares, and also along the routes
of rapid transit. He also said he thought the sec
tion of which H9th street and Third avenue was a
part would continue to be tho principal business
section of the borough, althouph maqy other large
business aones would be estsblishfld in the near
future. Mr. Davies added that the greatness of
Tho Bronx as an Industrial district wrts known
only to a comparatively few persons. This
strength, he added, had been one of the principal
factors In its rapid development, because through
the factory channels large sums of money had been
distributed among maaT thousand persons having
homes in the borou?h. 'without a big money dis
tributing factor created by Industrial centres. in
which •will be found factories, store properties,
banks and office buildings, the realty attractiveness
of a place would primarily depend on Its residential
St)ME BIG DISTRICTS TEARS AGO.
In the early '80s The Bronx was a region com
prising many business and residential districts
separated from one another by acres of vacant
land. Those centres Included Mott Haven, Port
Morris, Morrisania, Melrose, %Vest Farms, West
chester, Fordham, Tremont, Willlarnsbridge.
Woodlawn. Casanova. Hunt's Point, Van Nest and
Bayckester. The vacant land which separated most
of these places is now covered with various types
of buildings and almost throughout the entir«
borough are unbroken row» of houses.
The Bronx ia rich in park land. The total acre
ag-e of park land in the city is about 7,279, divided
as follows: Manhattan. 1,433; Brooklyn and
Queens, 1,663: Richmond, 60, and The Bronx,
4,121. The Bronx Is the only borough which con
tains within its borders a park bordering for many
miles on X<ong Island Sound. In tho waters which
touch that fine stretch of hosrli the public may
enjoy bathing. This beach front forms the east
erly shore line of Pelhain Bay Park. The park
comprises 1,756 acres, so It Is a little more than
twice the area of Central Park.
Ikying- in the northwesterly part of the borough
and bordered by a high class and nourishing resi
dential-district is Van Cortlandt Park. It com
prises a little over 1,132 acres. It is bounded by
the city line, Broadway and Van Cortlandt and
Mount Vernon avenues. This park ia frequently
referred to as "a spacious, ttately reservation."
The Bronx Park Is also In the borough. It. too,
Is a large n».rk reservation and is one of tbe most
popular pleasure grounds north of the Harlem
River. It comprises nearly seven hundred and
twenty acres and fronts on Boston Road, East I(s2d
street. Southern Boulevard. Burke and Morris
Park avenues, White Plains Road and the Kroun<i 8
of Fordham University. It is called the park beau
tiful, owing to its picturesqueness and rural
beauty. Tnls vast park system is connected by
concourses and boulevards, the principal parkway
being the Grand Boulevard and Concourse.
New Detached Homes
Upper West Side
. There is nothing to compare with the handsome new
detached residences, ready to occupy, at
Van Cortlandt Terrace,
Icrat«"s on the «f»'. of Broadway, at the New Tork City
line, nearly opposite Van Cortlaadt Park. Tbesa houses
bay* 12 to 14 rooms, three and four baths; steam
heated, electric lighted; fine grounds, street improve
nenu all finished &nd paid for.
How to Get There
Take Broadway Subway to Van Cortlandt Park, then
trolley to City lane (aye minutes' ride).
Van Cortlandt Terrace
lies on th» -west side of Broadway from City Line north
to Valentine Une ana west to -r.lverda.le Aye. Office
and sfi-lemnan on premises, or see
203 BROADWAY. MANHATTAN.
SMAJU, POINT BEACH. MAINE.
Eastern horn of Casco — Road End. a 10 room
rcttitge; 2 baths. ■ Apply lo I>r. FOLTZ. Chestnut HIU.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUTE. SUNDAY, APRIL 4. 1909,
MONEY TO LOAN
at Current Rates
G-aillard Realty Co.
MAIN OFFICE = - 7 PINE ST.
Several Attractive & Important
AUCTION SALES B * GEORGE w - B^JL
will b« fi«'l<l on ths datea aa herein published,
. „' T>»n' r,ni« anil Hnueohold furniture, an<s will preHPnt mar.y r.ir* <-.j,;v,r
Th« <•*■■<■» conß ' ! '* °; a^";.^ "" a*' '.r , prlc"» Thi. xaira will Inelud* Real B«*te. Orient.
tunltl.s to '"Z rV-^nUure! Brlc -Br"c cn«ral assortment of CopP«r. Oil Palntln s hy well
H^S^sS3^^r^i£g? aasr.rar-.jr sets s — ""'■
1 1 * Auctioneer
Mibli APRIL 17.-Ai.cUoi. .1* mMR^
V\ f ood refrreV * order of Vlr»t C onirfjuiloojil Baa*.
Term.. of ulHu.t 330 bull,!»n« lot. Bp. ... ™.^ r 11 |^ .^^ d«Hlin X will b^ ...Id «t aartlon.
SStfiySPtf ™-? "/' -"m^o! nu A e PU .V' *$*%&*« K,O a. ... on pr. m l^ 8 .
>Ir Brin.klry MiowJ.-n. Mr a. Kate Appell.
May 31, Monday (Decoration I>a>), at 2 p. m.
K*«trlc«ed vt» ant lotn on Cb«t« Hill. Onlr » f«w rrm»inln« Thirty-five will rip «>ld at
"Ma'gram'r pbtfMWTOte'tiai full paxticnlar, of any of tie aWe »»*••»« •*%«•* of ""* *" M| ""
IUB P >„. ii Depot I'lacc, City Hall fiulidluc
Tclcplionc 249 Mount Vernon, V V
Put tilts down In your diary!
AT AUCTION DECORATION DAY,
ON THE PREMISES AT 2 P. M. /^g^\
Westchester Aye.. cor. Overlook St. /"^^^feJL-^
AUCTIONEER, will sell 33 LOTS '/
IN MOUNT VERNON. Chester HILL.
Carefully restricted aropertf V«rv few r»m«lnlni In thl« -whole ssctlon Term» v«-r>- easy.
I>i.iKTii>ui. Fb<>t«s;rmpn<i and full panlrulnrs of Aurtlonxer
Eleven Depot Place, City Hall Building, *2£%X£S:i:
/ 1 ocr < * ash
(loj 0' M>% Accumulation /
upon any amount. Invested In
Write (or Bookltt 7, describing our
LOTS FOR SALE
AT RIGHT PRICKS
Between Tonkers and Mt. Vernon.
Tmiispi'i tr.tlon Excellent.
New York Realty Owners
m BTH AVENUK, NEW YORK.
If BUILDERS dealt* Sites
at Proper Prices —
ANTHONY & CO. ho-ve them.
ANTHONY & CO. htvv© them
If ICOMT>EEKKKB Hull I
at reasonable prices and easy terms
ANTHONY & CO ho.v« them.
If you wish the Best
you naturally go to the largest dealer.
Go to ANTHONY & CO.,
1836 Cone v Isltxnd Aye
REAL ESTATE RESULTS
ARE GERT4IN IN OUR HANDS,
because we give Intelligent experience and energy
to buying, selling and exchanging properties.
Our specialties are city residences, waterfronts,
farms, acreage. Some choice lots at Kutley, on tho
Nutley Homestead Tract. $10 down and $5 per month.
Write for booklet.
WILL!! 0. MILLER, Inc.,
Phone 5S Newark 188 Market St.. Newark. N. J.
FOB SALE.— THREE FARMS, 60 ACRES EACH: 42
icn farm fit Woodmoftl. Conn; gentleman"* country
Etat. 93 acre*. H. C SMITH, Mllfcrd. Cona.
the: new J!:ks!:v-xk\v vmrk
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Is s^ttlnff
out a larg« descriptive I k (illustrated)
"HEW JERSEY TO THEFRONT "
which «jrill be Bent FREE to those in
terested in suburban, seashore; or moun
tain bomea, farms, acreage, business
It gives mnnv facts and figrurVs and
presents clearly and impartially the ad
rantajrea of Northern and Seashore New
Jersey and why you should buy <>r rent
real sstate In this delightful section, now
to be revolutionized by Its practical an
nexation to New York by the six tunnels
under The Hadscn.
This Exchnr.ge has no properly for
sale and no axe to grind except to pro
mote the Interests of New Jersey. Ita
members are the leading rpal estate men
of the State.
Write for the book.
New Jersey-New York Real Estate Exchange
30 CHURCH ST.. NEW YORK.
ANl> HOMKS TO KKNT.
A line furnished upartrn. Nt to rent from liny
i»t to Nov. Ist. n imrKaiu. to first cUm t*-n
ant; rcfereno>s rwiulred. Have lar«e list of
furnished homes, somt- In th» Bnett ssctlaaa of
OraniceH and MonU-lulr; also hunßalow and
cottage at Ocean Gr,.v« and Mlllli.Kton. x. J
J. T. RANSOM. At s',-X, st
l.'Hi Baton Place. Tel. 1001. KastQrnnK-
1-PUWFEU, H. J.
Property 511 East Front «t.. near depot; lot Mkl feet.
Beautiful new houee. ALL. KODBRN IMPROVEMENTS;
nine lar^o rooms, pantry, bath, extra lavatories, large at-
I tic: with or without fine stable for 3 horses: carriaee
house, garage, etc.; price reasonable. Apply at premises
or OWNEK. •TROJAN. 130 Fulton St., Room 209 New
BEAUTIFUL PLAINFIELD HOMES
KOR SALG OR RENT.
NEW JERSEY Country places.
IN C. VV JCHOL I Farms. Acreage.
B. ItUSHMORE. yir.gor Building. N. Y.
4j* 4 f% f\f^f\ Beautiful 12 room home, frrrj'
•5 I WiVvU modem Improvement; lot 60x200;
finest location. -Worth investigation. pox 20. Ampere, N. J.
N RAMAPO HILJjS.— A NET\V STONE COTTAGE,
fully furnished, in Colonial Sty 11 rooms. 3 baths;
hot water heater; 14 acres; barn, chicken hou«w. garden,
berries: two horses; Wyckoft station; nn« location. Ad- !
dress \V. S., Box 3, Tribune Offlc*.
Bryan L. Kennelly, Auct'r,
WILL. SELL. AT AUCTION
Wednesday, April 7, at 11 A. M.,
At the Exchange Salesroom. 14-15 Vesey St..
250 CHOICE BRONX
SUBWAY STATION LOTS
(Time from Brooklyn Bridge, 37 MINUTES, Fare 5 CENTS)
174 th St. Subway Station at the Property, i ~
East 1 74 th St., Boston Road, Southern Boulevard,
East 173 d St., Hoe, Vyse. Longfellow & Boone Ays.
Lots Graded, Curbed and Side walked.
liOTS STAKED OUT READI FOR SELECTION. MAN ON PREMISES TO SHOW PROPBKTT.
(Note Correction on Bookmap.)
Lots on corners of Southern Boulevard, 173 d and 174 th Sts.
FACE ON SOUTHERN BOULEVARD AND NOT on the street 3 as per the
All trolleys on Boston Road and Southern Boulevard pass this property.
70% on mortgage for lor 2 years at 5%
TITLES INSURED BY TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO. and policies
delivered free of cost to purchasers. Savings Bank Books
Taken on Deposit.
Don't Fail to Visit This Property Before Buying Elsewhere.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1909,
A*% We*t 53H St 20092 ' 009 Amsterdam Ay.,
*T%J VYW3I %J%JLI wl«t running through to
b»twe«n sth and 6th ayes. \\r C Cf NirtinlflC Ay
The four »tory basement and cellar hlgrh atoop brown | VV . O. 01. niwiiums /-VV.,
stone front Dwelllnc: »lre of lot. 20x100.5. .-,-» f__» ooiitVi IROtVi <?t
W. J. ROOME & CO, Agents. °° feet somn louln ist "
177 Madison ay. The cnoic- plot, size BOTrin-.&rSn.lOxllT.l.
Bookmaps, etc., at Auctioneer's Offif-e. 156 Broadway, N. Y.
AUCTION SALE NO. 7
O AKDALE WATER FRONT
ON GREAT SOUTH BAY. L. 1.
WITH TPI^AND LOTS FOR BUNGALOW SITES
>TEXT "IDLE HOIB." HOME OF W. K. VANDEBBrLT.
MONDAY. APRIL BTH. 13 O'CLOCK. 14 VESEY STREET.
RESTRICTIONS REASONABLE. TITLE 3 GUARANTEED.
— /SQO . . /SQ.O
*<b sIMs l M "f "IT I "
f-S Vi , ft \ 1,1 "^ 7TTTTF CABBT^ TEa
• , <t ) f £ Jil n [ RIGHTS
I >T^ > **s. % V N 5* W. OS MO3TOAOS
75- " FINE HARBOR— ANCHORAGE.
MONTHLY COMMUTATION. IU.TS. STATION to WATER m MINUTS3.
MAPS. ETC.. BKYAN 1.. KENNKtLY. Ancllnnw. 156 B'way.
Investors in Stocks and Bonds
HAS it ever occurred to you that
some of your capital should be
in Real Estate?
HAVE you ever thought that
* * whereas you can get 490
on your Stocks and Bonds you can
double your money in a few years
in Manhattan property?
HAVE you watched the growth
of New York City without
bein# convinced of the absolute
safety and sure incrf.ase of money
invested in real property?
THERE are less than 1.200 lots
* still vacant on Manhattan
Island between 155 th and 181 st
23© ojr «ao S o LOTS
ARE TO BE OFFERED
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
TUESDAY, April 20th, 1909
At an absolute, unprotected sale, to dissolve Fort Washington Syndicate. They lit
In the section bounded by
177th— 181st Streets
Broadway — Riverside Drive
Of the purchase price there may remain on mortgage for 1. 2 or 3 yeaza
60% at 454%
70% at 5%
80% at 5J4%
For Map* and Details Apply to
JOSEPH P. DAY, Auctioneer, 31 Nassau Street
. . i
EN PLACE OF COLORED EGGS— FLOWERS OR A NEW BONSET
WHY NOT A LOT FOR TUUH LOVED «'.\r.- ESPECIALLY^ WKKN *°"___ <^_
OBTT IN ON THE OKuUNL) FLOOR AT THE BIOOEST SALE OF REAL L3TATE 1
IN THE HISTORY OF NEW TORK . _- .„_ __
AN OWNEK IS ANXIOUS TO SELL AND IH SELLING BCILOINO tOTSO> ,
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN AT WHOLESALE ACRE FRICi^ THAT IS WHAT i
WE HAVE AT BPRINGFIEIJ>. BOROUGH OF QITEENS. AT THI3 OFL.M.NJ SAU. I
YOU CAN PURCHASE A HOME SITE FOR
15c. SQ. FOOT
AND ON EASY TERMS TOO.
1.500 FT FIIoM TIIK electric station- frontino the trollet. svn-
ROtWDEDBY BEAUTIFUL SITBITRBAN HOMES. II MILES fKOM CITY HALL.
MANHATTAN: It) MINUTES' WALK FROM BOATING, BATHING. FESHINO. ANP
ALL SUMMER ENJOYMKXTS. 34 MIKLTBS FROM WALL BTRKbTT. N'OTHIV-J IN
THE MAKKET AT TWICE THE MONET _ „,,_
COME WITH US. IF YOf BUY YOU WILL DOUBLK YOUR MONEY. RAIL
ROAD TICKETS FREE TO-DAY ON EITHER OF OUR
2 FREE EXCURSIONS
TRAINS LEAVE 1.20 AM) 3.40.
Fr*» Tickets at L. I. City atd Flatbush Aye. (Brooklyn) L. I. R. R. Depots from
men wearing; "-*ilte bs.ljes of
I W. C. RE£VES & CO.. 124 East 23d St.,N. Y. City, j
"~ ~~~^ " i ~~ ~" ~~~~^ „j,-^ q*j
BEST BARGAINS IN FLATBUSH
Elegant two-family house. 11 rooms. 2 baths, upper and lower porch, elegant decoration, har>l»ood^
steam kMI -rythln.; new an.l tho latest, and only one block fr.. the Brighton T. nation, with TJJJ
In upper t1..0r. leased at $2C a month, for 55.500; SSOO .-iish. »n,l ea:=>y payments for tho balance; worta
more to-day. —
Elegant one-family detached house. S rooms and bath, oak trim, parquet Boor, steam heat ana
date tn every particular; a few of them for $*.m>; <-as>- terms.
Don't delay, or you will have to pay more
HEUCHEL, BUILDER, .;
CONKV ISLAND ATE. AM> AYE. O. Phone ITSO^S^
WANTED —INFORMATION REGARDING A GOOD
V\ farm for sale: not osj-UcJlar about location; wlah to
hear from owner only, who w«l sell direct to buyer; give '
urice description and state when possession c»n be had. |
Addr'rsa ll DARBY3HIRE. B.» IW>l D. Rochester. I i
K. Y. | ;
n^NTED-20-ACRE TAXU. SMAIrL HOUSE; vif.w 1
,\V "of Sound: Scarborough .liftii.t preferred; state par I
Ucul*r». INVESTOR. Box 23. Tribune Offlc*
FLATBUSH PROPER n
FOR SALE tnaßaa3A
707 Oc*an avenue. Three story ana h* l "'"v? o i tri»»
brtcic - Illng. IS r i>ms un.i tllwi bath, B"™"
throughout. Lot 20x1C3. , t>rU<?. J11.300. _
' — ————— — ..J i_^_|ty*
urn. is\)>r.. \i Four »tory. •}*■£ - t U*ii
53.500 iys thla. Prlc* $tf."OO. Kent* Jl.Ow-