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1 Turf. Fans Enjo
At Upper M
*
By HIGHWAY.
Despit? the sweltering heat. hu?- j
dreds of Washingt onians motored
to Marlboro yesterday afternoon or
took advantage of special trains that
they might enjoy the opening of the
5-day racing meet there which is
being held in connection with an ,
elaborate horse show and fair.
The races and fair at Upper Marlboor
are being conducted under the
auspices of the Southern Maryland :
Agricultural Fair Association and
the genial "Jim" O'Hara and all of .
his assistants who so capably han- i
died the Bowie race course were ,
on hand yesterday afternoon to see :
that everything ran off smoothly.
There were two features which .
called for attention during the aft
ernoon's racing. The first was the j
i opening race for mares, stallions, j
or geldings of any age which were .
the property of an officer of the U.
I S. army, navy or Marine corps or of '
the I*. S. government.
This race was won by Maj. Ste- j
venson who rode Madelle. Maj. j
Stevenson's other entry. Jubilant, i
ran third, L,ieut. Cunningham, who
rode Belle Beach, one of the two |
government entries, finished second, j
after being outridden by Maj. Ste- .
venson.
Thrills Pays Well.
The other feature was the taking j
of the six remaining purses by po- j
nies which had the advantage of i
racing at Hagerstown last week. ,
Those horses that faced the barrier
at Hager3town made a clean sweep
of the prosrram. Two of them that
were successful at the 5-day meeting
which was run off last week
scored yesterday afternoon at Marlboro
for generous mutuel prices,
namely. Thrills at |44 for $2. and
Trapping at $18 for $2.
C. Smith s Brizx. which was ridden
by Jockey Stirling, the popular j
Baltimore rider who reported for |
duty at Marlboro yesterday, was !
passed about as a good thing in the j
k nightcap yesterday. It was circulated
that a number cf notables had
passed In the checks cn him. Whith- .1
er or no. Jockey Stirling could not j
get his mount 10 respond sufficiently
when he called upon him on the far ,
turn and both Thrills and Rey En- !
nis beat him to the wire.
RufTerty Win* Easily.
Rafferty. a 5-year-old which possesses
quite a bit of class, at last
succeeded In connecting with a
t^ollycrs c
luf^.sporto
haymaker on the
the know
r MB * /Hll ^rie this afternoc
\ l youngster Alberta
1 door. Loch l.even
last time out. May come to life toda
Trophy should be able to trim that t
Huff and Taraston have the balanc^y
of the purse between them.
All ?ver but the shouting in the
fourth. Here's where they yank
Marjorie Hyncs out of the pickle
vat. The dynamiters" were busy
over night placing commissions
where they would do the most good.
You know the answer. From this
distance it looks like any price |
would be a good one. Vulcanite has i
been going along fairly well in pri- j
vat? trials, but may need this race
to tighten up. The balance of the
field does not call for much.
The fifth is strictly a two-horse
affair between Boniface and King's
Champion. Personally, T sort of
fancy the chances of Ross' old
breadwinner slightly best. St. Quentin
will be close up. The "inside
stuff' is that Sweet Liberty is due
for an awakening in the sixth. Cop- j
per Bepperhan will go awfully well
in the last. Nuff said.
One best bet of the day?Marjorie s
Hy aes.
Be*t lake-a-chance bet ? King'* j
Champion.
Best parlay ? Albert S., Be Joy,
Sweet Liberty to show.
FORT KKIK SELECTIONS.
first race?Natural. Alberta S., j
Loch Level,
Second race?Silent West, Royal j
Visitor. He Joy.
Third race?Trophy, Dike Ruff,
Tarascou.
Fourth rare?Marjorie Hynes, Vol- j
eauite. C andidate.
Fifth race ? Boniface, King's
Champion. St. Uuentin.
Sixth rare? Sweet Liberty, Lady
In Black. Murray.
Seventh race?Bepperhan. I.akroaa.
Japhet.
SARATOGA SELECTIONS.
First race ? (apt. Hershler. Vice,
Chairman, Hoodwink.
Second race ? Infldel, Vigilant. 1
Rhomb.
Third race?Boss entry, Coe entry, i '
Brigadier t.enernl.
Fourth race?liildreth entry, Ross I
entry. Naturalist.
Fifth race?<ius Scheer, Tan II, j
Phalaria.
Sixth race ? fiew. Menoeal, Play-;
fellow. Behave Yourself.
Best bet?-HI Id ret h entry.
Take It from Uncle Epb
fi IcTlcT/sTJ 1
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MANY AN ELEPHANT 1
trainer kneels to his wife. ,
A man doesn't realize how fast i
his whiskers grow until he waits ;
fer his wife t' change her dress, j
(Copjrigbt, 19J0, Tboaptoo Feature Service.) .
y Classy Card
arlboro Opening
Marlboro Selections.
By HIGHWAY.
One beat?Toenland.
First Race?My Ada, Brlgida. I
Lady Freeman.
Second Race?Togoland, Bellmain.
Horsa.
Third Race?Helen Atkins, Koran,
Walter Mack
Fourth Race?Senator Broder- '
Ick. Raconteuse. Dixie Flyer.
Fifth Race?Leoti Fay, Kitty
Johnson Mary's Magneto.
Sixth Race?Sllex II. Clip, MU?
McGiggle.
Seventh Raca?Sir William
Johnson, McAdams, Rockport.
purse yesterday when he "won by
a city block" from Incinerator and
Blonde], for his owner, E. G. Vlveil,
with Jockey Jackson In the pilot
house.
In the second race It seemed that
N. B. Plunkett, a prominent Washington
sportsman, was going to
score again with his veteran. Early
Morn, but both Raconteuse and/
Trapping, the winner, displayed a!
brilliant burst of speed in the j
stretch and took the major portions !
of the purse.
G. C. Brenton's Link Bov, one
which was more or less of a'disap- I
polntment as a 2-year-old. won his
second race In sucession when he'
took down the third race after laying
off the early paca.
On the closing day at Hagerstown
Sid c. Keener came on the track
looking like a million dollars but
racing like 2 cents. Yesterday In I1
the fifth race he displayed an en-I
tirely different form, and won quite ,
handily from the fastly closing!
Hello I'ardner and Trince Bonero j
Making his move too late, V. 1
Aprela's Tornuato II could never get j
even close to Kennedy's Stir Cp.
which won the fourth rait all the I
way around the oval.
Jockey Garner took down the rid- ['
ing honors yesterday, even eclips-li
ing Jockeys Conners and Dawson, j t
who rode the majority of winners at '
Hagerstown. Jockeys Osmer, Hell- j
man. Connors and Jackson each ac-1
counted for the balance of the races. I
Another attractive card is offered I
this afternoon, and unless the sun ! |
shows his face too much, another en - I j
joyable day's sport can be antlcl- I I
pated. I
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e fodder trough comes the informs- ' I
* connections intend unwrapping a
Iron Men" today. The medium of i
be Silent West. An inconsistent I <
un fast and far when the' occasion '
ice is sure to be juicy, and those in t
i-nging their play across the board.
1? Royal Visitor is a pretty shifty
r with a mighty good chance to trim ' I
ce. Th<- latter won a creditable rare
1 this happens in the second at Fort
>n.
sit Natural seems to have the call
r. Is h fair sort, and will have the j
>o.v in the coop. "Pop" Schorr's good j
. S. is sure to be knocking at the
burned up a ton of wise money the I
v and run one of those good races, j
and of gophers in the third. Duke '
* ? t
saratoga entries" |
+
First Bace ? Six furlough. Lady Bever- :
wick. 100; Pilgrim. 114; tiolden Ho**. ioo;
Gloria Frame. 100; Larablee. loo- Afternoon'
114; Armutice. 110; Mil* Vivian, lo7- Sek
kel loo; rapt llersliler. 114; Lady Kru'n.nul.
114: 1'ontyprid. 112; Hoodwink. 110; Iira\>aian.
122; Round Hobin. 110; Titauia. ll?TCypt.
Alcock. 110; Vice Chairman. 117.
Second Baca ? About ,wo miIe, j
Bird. 144; Bu?-nib, 144; Infidel Jd. 144- Vigilant,
130. ' *
i *hird " Six 'nrloaga. Eternity. 107; I
Tiding* 10*; Oriole. 122; Warp.ti, 107; Knob !
bie. 11-; Sedgefield. 110; Step Lightly. 10W:
Charity. 10>; lji*t Uoae, 105. ltegtetrar. 114 '
lahavka 100; Gotland Yet. 100; Intrigante.
1I.?, Brigadier General. 117; lien. J. M (io-1
I""- |,"?"? ?"?" 111: Uiidur. Hi:
IilnieHlale. lid. I'Uj rellow. l??7; .smok? '
Screen. 110.
I.J'"1?,'' tB,Ce. """ J?* mil<' Bl1"' ?ra'k, '
1 *. Milkmaid. 110; Thunderstorm. 103 .
"auk. lis: M.d Hatter. Ill; iw,n ?> 'I
iWT"" 1-H- Tailor J,"td- 10-: Courtship I
io?. 1 amourteur. 104; i'ryatal Ford. 90; I nder
103' Knu?- 1W; Krewer. 10s, St. Allan,
^ Fifth Bace ? r Phalaris. 108; ,
ri "u 3: -^'heer. 10S; Fizer. 108 *
Liol, ?. M' IUU- Drajieau, 103; j
i,SlIt,?,Rlce ~ {'*n Monocal. 115; Frigate. \
11-. llato, 11.,; Bermont. 115; 1'layfellow. I
II.. Beliave \our*elf. 115; tJrey Lug 115 ?
i!- "JI1"fl "5; oIT'bit.:
llo, Bea?fla. llo; fwj Feathers. 115; Snortin
'.ll5; Find. 113; Dartmoor. j *!
Apprentice allowance claimed.
fort erie entries! t,
??. 4 >
lJ.u ", 8,0e ~ liive an<1 " b"lr furlongs.
Lad> t.rsnite. 101; Bull. Maxim. 101; *
Natural. 101; Broad View. 11*1; KlA in* Ford
08; Ko-a,,. Jolln Koth?; f,.; z^iou.'. 'j
11-. Alberui s, 114; Lcs-lt Leveo, 115,
. ,fec?ild Ricf ? Six furlongs. Silent West. U
in-' I "J' J,: KuJr?l Visitor, lla; Ke?sf I
nu; tran.is Britain, 1U3; innt Lin, 10M. j t
u?,h"u B*oe?0ne ?"e and 70 jards riame, a
Ji- h""",1;- 10,i: sl"?"?e. 107; lire,,.! "
la's. 10.: Ben Hinip-on 1U7; Taraseon. los l
.T'' 111; Amerk-as Kafle. 110; llundo, ?
' '' ,"k' RaT',",; Sk"r Humdm.
Hi; VVoudthrush, 114. j ^
llf^T? ~,S'1 furl"n?- Carinandale. I I
113; rukli.il. 110; liarjorje Uyn?, 107;
vulcanite, 10o; Ma.^or House. 02.
Fiftk Ri e ? one mile and a sixteenth. I
Band*," lis: Midnlgkt Hun.. 1IH; yuentln.l
I; .J"? ~ Ihampion. 100; Claj More. IIS) I!
mr mi Si3! ,urll,"g? *8weet Lib-1
lllk u * "< " i" Black,
l^in. u,l! ! V3' '? Murray. 105;.'
10,"! Lailes Lassie, 111); Binn reiser. 1
_ ??e "U* "nd 70 yardf. '
loo u ; .'iS10"- Ill0: "t-allery Head.
pZ' w - I !"7- .,U-3' ' 4" V,lln? 1(l-: '"d
flh1-. w.: Bu.kbosrd. 107; Acou107
w.i s ",7; Napperkan.'
u u"" Kl,,ljr' 110; "I:
Apprentice allowance claimed.
marlboro entries ^1
t
Jesfiea !
Second Sac. ? About live furloua. Bellin.in
10... lliarl Bade. lor.; T.,gol;.nd 11"
Hot rout. 100; Hor?a. 10U '
Third Baoa?About are furlona. Wilier
aVou?LJL"p"u W- t
Fourth Bace ? About five furlonev Dixi?
riy.r, 107; Helea C. 110; TrapViaa luf^
oatreu?e. 11.; Urn., llo.
Fifth Baca ? About fiTe furlonsrs laeoti I
iohnM,n- ,I5: "obbie Kean!
^ |2U. ilary a Magnctu, 115; ileadovorth.
Sixti Race ? One mile and a furlona gilt
Low Tld' 115 M'?a McUitjle
tl?. tiddler. 109; Clip. 117.
Seventh Baca?One mile and a sixteenth
l?kj?rt. 112; Mt'Ad.mi, 112; Blue Thutlei
lo6aJ, ui**t' 1U'" I"! Sir W.
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HERA
WASHINGTON HERALD!
PaWJihrt trirr 'If la the rur bj Tfca !
Wa.hujto. Herald f'ompiuf a! 1
Eleventh ttrMt. Wtr 'octno. O. C.
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Member Aodit Bu.etn of Circulation.
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Wa?!?4 Room. eB<) Boanl... . .v;/.r?rv
w?i?i niwiuaMu. A WORD
Tor Sale MiatelKctoui
Table Board Minimum
for Rent Born* ...
aa fonad '| Ch,,r?e'
Two liB?b or leaa. 1 time. 25c. Tbrea
Py-S "* P*r Una. 7 times. ,
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Op^n wt#f 10t.. po Ume% or mnrt ^
rta nnd Hotel. Card Batea j
Contract Ra t?. no Reqneat
Minimum Pita LInna.
'OBBION BEPBESBNTATIVBS.
IS? ?.?. ?K?'BWITa SPECIAL AOEHCT. j
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ru/rif* /xS*10* Tribune B!d*. '
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Pera?n?lg. 2
KONG POEMS ABB VALUABLE" WHEN I
properly set to music. I wn&e good music.
Lsrab. 1906. GEO. E. JOflXSON. *ong writer
?o?l publiaber. 90b 10th >t. ne. Lin 4m. |
, ma2S tf
DO TOIT LOVU ooou OfpALTfl* TOO |
I1' C,M ? |7"? 7"? '
OLD INDIAN HERB REkf EDY SHOP
apt**
I.odui* Notice*. .1 j
ARE THE LODiiE MEETINGS POORLY}
attended? l'ertonps the member* do not
^member tbe date of meeting A small no- j
tire under thia heading would l>e a re?*n4ar.
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Special Notice*. 4
WORKING HEN?IT SEEMS TO HE GEN
erally acrepted that a >hop or ttore that j
can and does quote lower prire* is most |
?urely entitled to the hustler trade and thi* I
porch front store U well known und loved '
h.r hustlers who buy new pants at $1* up;
ladies sport waist*. 00c up. JI STH S OLD !
ITAND. 619 D. aulfi lt j
Bljslaeiis Chancen (J i
PARTY WITH MODERATE MEANS AVAIL
able for investment ran get ."eO per rent {
proposition in established legitimate biisi- j
aesb by statiag amount at ?? *. Full partic- {
ilurs to right party. Apply to BOX C li?. !
H* ld offit-^ atiIN-St j
EXECUTIVE WANTED ~TO BECOME IN j
teres ted in corporation engaged in large j
wholesale business in Washington. Must f
liave some mone.v. Attractive proposition j
to right party. Address ( 7??. Herald of j
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POIt SALE AN l"P-TO DATE DAIRY
lun< h tiusinesb; as going ronreru ; on '
l?ronnnei t street; doing g?K>d business: ex j
ellent r? ason for sale. Apply M. HENRY I
i.OLDSTONE. Attorney, 4<"j Title Building. !
Baltimore. Md. Mul3-7t j
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted?Female. 10
LEARN
TELEPHONE OPERATING
ELEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS |
DURING FIRST YEAR AND
HIGHER THEREAFTER
1
$17.00 PER WEEK FIRST j
FOUR WEEKS. $21.00 BEGIN- I
NING OF 5TH WEEK AND I
FREQUENT INCREASES.
PERMANENT & INTERESTING i
VACATIONS WITH PAY
GOOD LUNCHES AT COST !
SICKNESS BENEFITS.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE725
13TH ST. N W
BRANCH OFFICES
1410 PA. AVE. N. W
1420 COL. RD N W
629 B ST. N. E.
THE CHESAPEAKE AND i
POTOMAC TELEPHONE
COMPANY.
Help Wanted?Male. II
'IX WHITE MEN TO UNLOAD
coal. $5.20; 8-hour day. Ap>ly
immediately, chief engineer.'
T-EISCHMAN CO., Langdon DC I
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rwo liOOI) PAINTERS. APPfv^Tr,,Nt E I
l-> IOU7 K ?t. iw., aet-ood at N ln.
? aul8-3t
WAN'TBD BXI'ERIKN'CED MAN i
Jlld wife for nearltv .ountr.v nhi.e; ?. n?r;il
rork; .,uarter> |B.|ude tUr? nxln* !
atU. lll'.ue CletcluBd 1117, ur Main Slijfi. '
?? auls 3t j
1 AN'ltl* -EXI'KHIKNt'KIl SOllA \VAIKK f
dispenser at om-e; good pa v. Aonlv I Ic i
K IT 4 CO.. Hill . ',1 f nw. '.ula'j,
Situailonn W anted?Female iri
rOCKt; LAD* BXPBUBXCBD IN~BOOK*t'ep'nc.
..eon, ?.?rk ,M
?-?t references. HILDA I. LEWIS Delplane.
\m. ,c tf i
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H?lp WMMted-Mnlf an.l Krmalp 17
rrot'K SALESMAN; I NIsrAT: KIBLD
au<l ?mid p?, ?? ,,,mmi?,lon b??is. |'|i,.nc
lain Natlun.i Metro,, la.".
' a ill 8-7t 1
THE CLANCY KID!
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| 1 \ ThU i? <
g If plac??M?k<
l LJ JL>/ here
ROOMS TO LET
Furnished Koomn. 3? I j
one hooii; private bath. witlt
shower and electric frill; $50. Apply 204
Mun?ey Bldf. Main 5354 from 11 to 5.
uJUt
42 W 8T. NW.?ONE SECOND FLOOR
front room: fa* and electric lights; hotwater
hAnt: one-half square North Capitol
and W at. oar*. BAone North 4857. Owner.
?ql8St
1381 rrhf. ^'^. s^okd floorFront
room for two; al?.o room near bath. Main
W88. i aulSSt
THOMAS CI ROUTTFM berlAN'P Apt. 85
? A cool, clean well ventilated room for
fentlemen; $25 month. aul8-8t
1-4 E Sf7~NW?LAR'.E FRONT ROOM;
suitable for two; walkinf distance of alt
department*. Phone. tulS-St
one. tw?) and" three booms COMpletely
furnished for hou&ekeepinf; l?rf?
window* screened: rool ^nd comfortable;
yard for children; laundry privllefes; hot
water, plenty of furniture; larfe closets;
reasonable rent. 38 Eyp st. ne. uuli 7t
FINE FRONT ROOMTCOOLED BY 80CTH:
ern breexe*; convenient all point; *ave
car fare; electricity; only $30 per month for
two. 1847 L st. nw. aul?-8t
107" I> "6T~ NE.^TWO~ ROOMS; L. H. Ifl
partly furnished; food location; reasonable
rent. aulTJt
4rr, r cr. x ?iiur. b~?*okt room :
second Coor; quiet; nicely furnished; elactrictly;
$20 a month. aull-7t
Table Hoard 24
i f t-O-L* l-i k B
Country Fiied Chicken, Hot Biscuits, j
choice ?teakt and %* nutoa E10MB COOK1SO
with restaurant serrbe. appiy for boari
by the month jt McCARTER'S. 417 Ilth st.
nw tsecoad floori. Two meaL*. *80. J?16-89
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Apartment* nnd l-'lat*. 80
two"l.ar(;e room att mi v lf."sw7;
no children. Keys at 1233 10th st. nw.
au!7-7t
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
IIoiikck for Sale 40
OPPORTUNITY
FOR
COLORED
This i* your chance; suitable for
ph>si<bin. dentists. Three story brick .
nin?' larfe room* and bath; hot water
heat; Urge cellar. with stationary tub#
and ?r\.ints toilet. Thin house cost
$1."..imm) t>. build ten year* ago: toold not
Ih- reproduced today for $25,000. In
s|K*rrt?n by |*-rmit only. For particJOHN
P. COLLINS CO.
806 17TH ST. N W.
Main 5?2tt. 3482, 3643.
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NEW RPNft kl.OWS-VACANT; LOTS 180*'
225, llvatrsville; two bl'K-k* car*. $4 i
S."hM> .asi, G. C. Walker, Kcnols Hide.. 11th
and <; st- ju 17 90t '
Suburban f?r Sale. 43
STOP?LOOK! |'
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One bungalow. 5 rooms; larfe lot.
oi.?. Inngaiow. 7 r?H.ms. bath; larfe lot. j'
One .-story house, ti rooms, bath; larfe
lot.
Ju-t completed, o Conduit *oad. ut
cabin john park. Good as The best
at Chew Chase and price one-third le??. j
E-jmj term*. mfu> desirable lota for
buburban home- Writ-. |>hone or aee
.1 s. toml1nson.
r.2 4 Southern Bitildinf.
M 7445 or Frank 301.
J. F. J E U *.i.?N CITY AND COUNTRY
property 325-20 Bond Buildiuf. 14th and
New York ?%e. Main 11 .7. _ Ju? 83t
NEW PI'NITALOVW"~V"aCA'NTT~LOTS 180X '
225; Hyattsville; two blocks cars. $4,500;
$.'.00 cash; G. C. Walker. KenoU Bldf.. 11th
and G Ju 17-IWt
for sale iu viiai.ow; 8 rooms and ,
bath; cK< tri- liglt* y;is rnnge; furnace |
Ueai: l.ira?- ?-oiner lot: nuick s.ile. j
$7.worth. term* $ 1.~?4NI ca>h. \
halauce n: >ntiil.x ; owner. BUX IM-C Herald j
i>ffi?-''. anlK -Jt
W anted?Real Kntate 47 ;
fCR HOMES AND INVESTMENTS
hee MAllOHNEY ir SULLIVAN?
"They Kn w Washinfton."
152. Eya at. nw. T?i. Main 7S2L
JuO 90t.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Mualcul Inntrumenta 53
FOR SALE?COLUMBIA tiRAFANOLA $?2;|
Pa the ?.-;ifanoN $." ?; lx>ri>phone frafan^li.
$4J; graphophoiie records slightly used. 33:-, ]
4"i and flOc. tiOl 1' st. n.w. Franklin 7740. I |
a nl t j |
MUri'llnneouit- r?r? '
MIRRORS* FOUNTAIN. CARBURETER, j 1
showcases, electric motor, ice cream ina- .
chinery. cans. 2010 14th st. aull-7t j J
irtirt' Txd" ?r.%i*'nopno.?<e! i
records, phtno rolls. bo??k-. phonofraph-.
frafunolas. typewriters, field and opera
glasses and tmisiral instruments ut 0??1 F
st. nw. Franklla 7740. aul' .'.t
S\V 1 \ ETTOFFK E~t HA I K $.-.," MAIN 132<V
ROBERT H. LEWIS. 30'J Davidson Bldf.
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LUMBER BRICK, DOORS. SASH. SHEATH- j ^
inf. lloorUig with wuite enamel, kitchen | j
?iuk-<. lavatories und bath tubs; m'w wall
board ut a big savinf: new one-ply guard. 0
rooiiup. $1.7."? per square, made by Certain- !
teed C.<_. also two and three ply. SIDNEY '
I HECHINtiER HOUSE WRECKIN?i CO., |
Oth and C sis, vw. ' aul3-90t j
HUNTER .S BED BUG EXTERMINATOR.
larfe bottle aud larfe sprayer. $1.25;
known everywhere; will not Main bed clothe* ,
or wall paper; guaraoteed to do the work or
money refunded. Phone Franklin !L|8. 113
Pa. ave. nw. Mail order* promptly attended.
Open H n. m to 12 p. iu. Ju27-tf
lltilldcrH' buRlilir.H 59
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES.
50.000 BRICKS FOR SALE. AP- !
ply 501 EYE STREET SW. Phone
Franklin 1101.
FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD
CLASSIFIED ADS.
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AUTOMOTIVE.
Automoblln for Snle 00
DOD..E - TOl'BINt*. 1917; CONVEHTlllLB
top; first-cla?* fondition; many extras.
700 L st. Lincoln W:. null 7t
wantei> to exchange ford truck
for Ford roadster. Plwne Franklin
1010 Tth r-l EUtiENE DR11M.ES. iiul7 7t
POK SAIL ~1HUM;E MACHINE; OOOD
condition: new tires; murk sale. $7.?0:
ernis. #l.Mt casli. balance $-"?o month. RON
??-?' Herald office. ?m16 3t
An to Arcf??orifi 02
}t ~=ft
FORD TOI'S RECOVERED $1
FORD SEAT COVERS 17
FORD RACK CURTAINS <put on? 4.50
doih;e. maxwell. Chevrolet.
RU1CK TOPS t'put ont ^3.V>
O'i HER -CARS IN PROPORTION.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Park Auto Top Co.
331- Sherman ave. l'?>l. 1U93-.1.
'J
columbia top co.
|1?.25 FORD TOPS RECOVERED. S!3 TV
Ford Ba-k* Upholstered. $10.00 eai h.
Ita< k Curtains. *4.."hi
Side Curtains. $1-.
Fords fainted. $l."?.tt0.
Rear 76L' Pard rd n\r.
Service Station*?Repairing ?M
~ save 50 per cent
have voi R OLD TIRES KETRKADED
Expert Vulcanizing
Work Guaranteed?Lowest Prices
plaza alto supply co..
4th & Mans. are. bv. Phone Frank. 08-4.
For f1r8tcla8s auto work of ant
kind, vet the best by calling
CELl-KY 4 WEBSTER CO.
1409 T ??t. bw Phone North 9477. Call
up at any time and we will go anrwhere;
no work too large or too far for us : ? go
for. Ju2-t0t. ^
SCORED CYLINDERS REPAIRED WITH
on; r?boring; automobile repairing, overhauling;
valve* ground; carbon burned; all
work guaranteed J. B. ROBINSON, rear
114y? IStb st nw. Tel. Franklin 7967.
Su^-?U.
EDUCATIONAL "
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fhe herald school" bureau of in
form;>tion l>a* beeu est?Miih?l for those
poking know ledge of tlif m hool* of W ashngton
and vicinity. Data on schools, both
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CLASSIFIED MISCELLANY
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t**aUi ?tren n?>rtu?<>?t. at 4 ,, !
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Appropriate Funeral Tokeoi
Artl?t I c - ex prt?*i re?-xpeoe ?e.
I Gude Bro,. Co. 1214 F St J
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priced real cttat*. Tall Her* I
raadeta what you ba\, to mil
Maurice Ketten
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aud r?*juir* d? n* qukklj. For <btunai?t.
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Roof* rrpa! red and p&ittML All wmti '
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513 G st. aw. Phone Frank. 3788
Rri HIGCRATDIII d ICI BOXM, I
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.
"IGH tiRlDF Ktt'hl<;K1.4TOSa
611 F SI. N. W. Franklin 2757 j<
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THE WASH1NGTOI*
SCHOOL BUREAU
OF INFORMATION
Washington is a city c
the most beautiful as we]
:ng city in America. and
of go\ crnmental affairs
into an educational cente
To our portals yearly
gc-rs.
E\erv State and Territ
and distant island posses:
^ The WASHINGTON
be of service, has establis
Information for the bem
information on education;
Nearly five million inei
ice of this country during
that an education was a
adxancement Xow tha
these men, many of them
their condition by study,
cation has been quickene
Have you a son or d?
are planning higher c
without knowing just wh;
to get best results?
If so THE \VASHIN<
be able to help you.
Information of school
ton will be gladly furnis
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BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS^
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THI WKW &OU UATMER
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Capital SKoe Find rgi *^F-' Gc.
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M(l\l!kO rA< KI>G t>D ?TliaAflS
MOVING
1T? furnish large padded *ana and cnan^
fol B^P to baodla our ffOOda.
PACK EES of furniture. piano*. rblnfe
brir-a-br?r. etc Experitaced MS oaly.
MOPPING to all part* of tbe world
UTORAi.E for furniture, piano*, and bona*
bold food*.
129S B at. nw Mala 291%. ?
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
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move furniture
Id and out-of-town and do trdcfcln?. <p?
plal ratea to Philadelphia. New York CoaaKtlcot
and Lsmg U?md JOHNBTOJTB
AT.'TO EXPRESS CO.. ?07 Uk at. |w Pmm
da; or nifbt. Mate 72fA )tlft-lt
Phoe# Frjakliu 7M KlflM Call M
the central transfer co..
1ss1 h st nw
P aw, age ratling storags.
marti.and and virginia SCBfRBAlL
for FlBST-? lA?? hai ling or AL*
kinda call North 9477; we go anywbere at
my nice; no job too larje oarno distance
loo far
R. Eel.let. 14** T at aw
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wnerktin %wn intPtHc"
WE WRITE ALL KIND- "* Ft"1' vT^C
A. R THOMPSON 1STT E at m
yirZ-mir *H-tt
floor on.
firN'IRK FLOOR "OIL BEEPS THl
foora rl^an and bright. Gtrea them n
ooliab. Good for your furniture, rrr it Can
I* u*e^ with anjr mop or ra?. Will rVean
and polUh 'he flnert automobil#. No frig i?
thia oil. $1.00 n+T ral Phone Fraakl'.n 114#
or drop portal flJ Pa aw *w
* REPAI&Ott.
REFinlfching~and upholstering Hit.
aiture our vpert*ltjr: get our estimate hafore
plariai ord*r el?^wbere ACME UPHOLSTERING
CO.. 630 G fct. rw. Main SQSL.
julO-46t
carpets vs. moths. .
Ha*e your rarptta and rnga riraned. p*cfc?
d and rtor^d m '.hproof by tb*
SANITARJ CARPET CL*AKTM < O.
416 *i. J. m. aw. Phone Lincoln 1**L
a i o ax
$30,000 FOR BULL
PAID IN SCOTLAND
Th?> world** record price for a
?hfr'born hull was paid by ErmlB
B Catares. jr.. when he purchased
ihe t-upreme champion. ' InchfieJd
"hpp* r." for $50 *00 The bull dealined
to appear at the International
Liveeioek Exhibition In Chicifa
his year will be shipped to B'i*nog
kire*. where it will be u?-ed for
>rceding purposes.
I C&rnrem wa? th* succeaaful bidler
for th** bull at the H.ghlaad
Agricultural Society Show at Aberleen.
Scotland.
J HERALD
if broad culture. It is
I as the most interestis
not only the center
but is last developing ^ ' I
r as well.
come a host of stranorv
is represented here
&ions as veil.
HERALD, striving to
hed a School Bureau of
cfit of those who seek
tl mattery.
l, enrolled in the serv;
the world war, learned
sure stepping stone to
,t the war has ended
, are seeking to benefit
Public interest in cdud
a> never beiore.
lughter for whom you
ducational advantages
it you require or where
jTON HERALD may ? >
facilities of aslnnghed
free of charge.
;rald school
iFORMATlON.
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By P. L. CROSBY.
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