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[ FEDERAL FIGURES '
SHOW REVIVAL OF
Awarded for Erection
Of Public Work.
MANY a C. PERMITS
Individual Home Construction
In District Enjoys a
That bunding la picking up steadily
la the United States la shown
in romparatlye figures on building
statistics made public by the Department
of Commerce. Building
in all lines shows a steady Increase
over the spring business and a
sharp increaae over that daring the
rtrst half of ISSe.
A total of $52 contracts for erec*
tion of business buildings. Involving
a valuation of $24,494,000, were let
luring June, the figures show, while
4.758 residential buildings wer^
begun." involving expenditures oi
S75.175.000. Contracts for Industrial
buildings totaled 244, of the value
"f 118.502.000, while , contracts for
1J5 educational buildings were let,
involving expenditures of $23,441,
000. The number of contracta let
for bufld!ng showed an Increase
over May In every case except that
of industrial buildings, where a
alight decrease was shown.
Many Pablle Baildlags.
Construction of public buildings,
public works and public utilities
also showed an increase during
June over May. Sixty-one contracts
for public buildings were let
for an expenditure of $l,402.OOV.
while 1.130 contracts for "public
works and public utilities were let.
involving an outla? of $52,967,000.
The local market, however, is
said to be undergoing Its midsummer
period of near stagnation.
Individual home construction Is reported
to be on the increase, as the
list of permits from the office of
Hullding Inspector Healy shows.
The Hat follows:
The Columbia Heights Christian
< h--cb was issued a permit to build
a two-story brick church at 1437
''ark road northwest, to cost $80,000.
R. W. Bliss was issued a permit
for repairs to Tbj Oaks at the northeast
corner of Thirty-second and U
str.ets northwest, to cost $100,000.
Harry Wardman was issued a permit
for the erection of eighteen
two-story brick and frame dwellings
at 201 to 235 Ascott place
northeast, to cost $75,000.
Shannon and Luchs was Issued a
Permit for the erection of six two^nry
frame dwellings at lill to
1223 Hamilton street northwest, to
Middaugh and Shannons Inc., was
?ssed a permit for the erection of
?ight two-sto.v frame dwellings at
300;.07 11-01 OS-OS Taylor street
northeast. 4115 Tenth street northt*rst,
and 1000 Sigsbee place northeast.
to cost $51,000.
I B. Schneider was Issued a permit
for the erection of a four-story
stone and brick apartment house at
1 S3.-> Sixteenth ?l.eet northwest, to
. ost $2S,000
Thomas A. Jameson was issued
a j>e-.nlt fo- the erection of sixteen
two-Story brick dwellings on Kansas
avenue, between Thirty-eighth
"d Thirty-ninth streets northwest
to cost $95,000
Mandler-Brodt Company wa% Issued
a permit tSt the erection o(
live two-story dwellings In their
new Wisconsin avenue subdivision
on Fessenden street, northwest, to
Numerous permits were issued for
the erection of homes by private
parties, erection of garages, and
for repairs. Following are some of
the permits issued during the wee*:
Samuel Golblum. to" erect brick
garage. rear 1321 Glrard street
northwest, to cost $400.
V./ M. Caskell. to erect garage
rear 405 Sixth street southeast, to
S. W. Herman, to erect private
garage, rear 5103 Georgia avenue
orthwest, to cost $209.
-A. Davldove. repairs to property
at 711 P street sorthwest, to coat
Edward Barnes, to erect brick garage.
rear 114 Third street southeast,
to cost $825.
A A Ayers, to ereM metal garage.
rear 1532 Thirty-third street
northwest, to cost $250.
J. Edward Chapman, to build onestory
brick store at 1524 Eleventh
street northwest, to cost $4,500.
J. Edward Chapman, to build brick
and stone garage, rear 1524 Eleventh
street northwest, to cost $6,000.
Guiseppe Abbotte. repairs to property
qt 101$ Pennsylvania avenue
southeast, to cost $600.
Guiseppe Abbotte, to erect brick
garage, rear 1016 Pennsylvania avenue
southeast, to cost $400.
Frances Jeanette Shepherd, to
build two-story frame dwelling at
3864 Livingston road southeast, tc
C. W. Henry, repairs to property
at 1X50 Twenty-second street northwest.
to cost $900.
Mlddaugh and Shannon, Inc.. to
build two 2-story frame dwellngi
at 1003-07 Taylor street northeast,
to cost $14,000.
Mlddaugh and Shannon, Inc., t<
build two<%tory frame dwelling al
1011 Taylor street northeast, to cost
$7,000. . "
Mlddaugh and Shannon, Inc., tc
build Ave 2-story ffame dwelling
at 1000 Pigs bee pace northeast. 1001S-S
Taylor street northeast and
4115 Tenth street northeast, to cost
t>. J. Dunigan. to erect brick
garage rear 71$ Webster street
northwest, to cost $500.
J. D. Ashby, to build two-story
brick dwelling at 3817,Jenlfer street
northwest, to cost $15,000.
J. D. Ashby. to erect brick garage
rear 3817 Jenifer street northwest,
t . cost $600.
S. P. Harbin, to erect brick garage
rear 724 Seventh street southeast,
to cost $780.
R- W. Bliss, repairs to "The Oaks,"
northeast corner Thirty-second and
R treeta northwest, to cost $100,0*0
? B Cook, to bnlld two-story
frame dormitory building at, 2300
13'eeS""* *trMt *?utbcut- to cost
William T. Queen. Jr. to build oneffory
frame store. $$?$ South CaplNlol
street southeast, to ooat $250.
Johnson and Byrnes, repairs to
urgperty at 405" Tenth street northwesf;
_to coet $300.
P. X. Flanagan, to build one-story
tram* dwelling at 012 Michigan avenue
northeast, to coet $3,000.
.'IKchelt-Oliver Company, Inc., re
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Redmond and Company, inv
the big stock exchanges, will trai
morrow morning from the old
northwest, to the rtew Redmc
The new banking house wa
pany by George N. Ray and
finished as well as the largest <
Washington for an investment
Company will occupy the first
floors have been designed for
pied by members of the VVashir
The occupation of this new
pany is the first of a scries o
which, within a very few mont
Fourteenth and Sixteenth street:
ficc sections northwest of Penr
street. Since Redmond and Coi
of transferring their activities fr
ber of big real estate deals hi
result that private residences in
by modern office buildings rem
Redmond and Company arc
pendent firms of Redmond and
pany. The two houses* were co
new building became a necessit;
business overtaxed the facilities
pairs to property at 3289 M street
northwest, to cost $500.
J. W. Harrell, to erect brick
trarage rear 615 E street northwest,
to cost $350.
J. Cordes, repairs to property at
[ 650 Massachusetts avenue northeast,
to cost $300.
Jotyn J. Sullivan, repairs to property
at 1220 E street southeast, to
cost *250. *
Woodward and Lothrop. repairs to
property at Eleventh and Q streets
northwest, to cost $300.
J. A. Hanin, repairs to property
at 1315 New Jersey avenue northwest,
to cost $1,000.
American Taxicab Company, to
build one-story brick garage at 1317
L street northwest, to cost $4,000.
Gonzaga College, repairs to property
at North Capitol and I streets,
to cost $4,764.
Gen. J. A. Buchanan, repairs to
property northwest corner Sixteenth
I and I streets northwest, to cost $468.
W. B. Putman, to erect tile garage
rear 2955 Carlton avenue northeast,
to cost $1,000.
1 D. Long, to erect brick garage
rear 2460 Ontario road, to cost $500.
Harry Wardman to build eighteen
1 3-story brick and frame dwellings
at 201-35 Ascot place northeast, to
R. Francione, to build two-story
: brick store at 822 Ninth street
northwest, to cost $12,000.
Louis E. Shotes, to build two,
story brick dwelling at 3702 Ingrai
ham place northwest, to cost $13,000.
Leonard Mcintosh, to build twoi
story frame dwelling at 1003 Forty,
eighth place northeast, to cost
H. R. Howenstein. to build twostory
brick dwelling at 947 Fourteenth
street northeast, to cost
A. 15. Brandt, repairs to property
at Nineteenth and Bryant streets
northeast, to cost $375.
H. C. Howell, to erect brick garage.
rear 1512 ' Webster street
northwest, to cost $700.
H. J. Campbell, to erect metal
garage, rear 719 Taylor street northwest.
Jo cost $f50.
Shannon & Luchs. to build six
two-story frame dwellings at 1211 I
1319 & 1321 .
f , Just East 14th St.
i 8 Rooms
This is one of the best locations
in Columbia Heights.
Room (or Two Garages
$2,000 Less Than Other Builders
Are Asking I or Practically
H.R. Howenstein Co.
1314 F Street N. W.
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estment bankers and members of 1
isfer their Washington offices toquarters
at 927 Fifteenth street
>nd Building at 1516 K street '
is built for Redmond and Coniis
one of the most beautifully
establishment ever constructed in ,
banking' house. Redmond and
and second floors.- The upper 1
private apartments to be occu- i
igton organization. 1
building by Redmond and Comf'
recently planned developments
hs, will make K street between
3 one of the most important ofisylvania
avenue and Fourteenth
mpany announced their intention ]
om Fifteenth to K street a nuin- ,
ive been consummated with the
K street \^jll soon be supplanted i
odeled for financial and real es:
successor to the former indeCompauy
and Frazier and Comnsolidatcd
last February and the
y when the combined volume of
of the former home.
1223 Hamilton street northwest, to
L. B. Schneider, to bulid fourstory
stone and brick apartment at '
1835 Sixteenth street northwest, to
Dennis A. McNamara, to erect
briek garage, rear 217 Nineteenth
street northwest, to cost $800.
Mrs. Letterman, repairs to property
at 711 H street northeast, to
A. C. Minnix, to build two-story
brick, stone and frame dwelling at
2901 Woodland Drive northwest, to
Woodward & Lothrop, repairs to
property at 608-10 Tenth street
northwest, to cost $10,000.
Columbia Heights Christian
Church, to build two-story brick
church at 1437 Park road northwest,
to cdst $80,000.
Thomas :A. Jameson, to build six
two-story brick dwellings at 3801-05
and 3825-31 Kansas avenue northwest,
to cost $40,000. *
Thomas A. Jameson, to build four
two-story brick dwellings at 3807?' >-.L"
avenue northVest. to cost
Thomas A. Jameson, to build six
two-story brick dwellings at 3815-23
$30 000S aVenue northwest. to cost
A' A*ewls' repairs to property at
rear .033 Florida avenue northwest,
to cost $3,000.
?hltn^er'Br^dt Co- t0 buil" twoJ
frame dwel^ng at 4304 FesIt
4*50 o" Street northw?st. to cost
E. D Tessio. to build two-storv
frame dwelling at 3714 Livingston
street northwest, to cost $8,000.
L. D Tessio. to build two-story
frame dwelling at 3718 Livingston
street northwest, to cost $12,000.
Mandler-Brodt Co., to build twostory
frame dwelling at 4404 Fes000
?treet nortl>West. to cost $?,C.
S. Bailey, to bclld two-storv
frame dwelling at 5315 Hawthorne
street, to cost $1,400.
Y. M. C. A., repairs to pronertv at
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! BUILD WITH
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Anyone who Is ready to bi
building in the future, owe
beautiful stone?not only th
laid, but Bethesda Blue On
elements for years.
Cleat, clean, without rust 0
appearance. Bethesda Blue
appearance throughout the
order to do oar part tn stimul
every sort, we are offering this i
no higher than is asked'for stone
lacks not only Bethesda Blue ben
water and to th* wear and tear
BETHESDA BLUE I
109 Upshur St N.W. or
Call Mr. Kid
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Surfaced Streets Neees-j
. sity in Outlying Resi- N
^TltW housing conditions throughout
the country only lightly Improved,
especially In the larger
cities, and with the continued derire
on the part of moat city dw.ell>
>rs to have their homes In suburban
or residential sections Intuad
of In the heart of a city, the sub|ect
of developing new residential
ireas has come to be of great Importance
among city engineers and
To be snccessful, new home
ireas must be beautiful and attractive
as well as within* a convenient
distance of the average
person's place of wdrk or business.
In making these new real
Mtate sections beautiful, realtors
ind city engineers have foun^tkat
the problem of paved streets Is one
of the first to be solved: and after
considerable study and planning,
they have decided that the type of
pavement in a newly developed
tiomq area must have these features:
1. A pavement easily and quickly
2. Economical and low In first
3. Beautiful In appearance and
suitable for the traffic It Is to undergo
Asphfclt Macadam Praised.
A pavement which has all these
features and has proved It Is ideal,
for the purpose Is asphalt mai-adam
Kxtensive use of It dur-1
Ing the last decade has resulted
in It* adoption by many towns and
municipalities, as well as by real
state concerns, to pave newl developed
residential districts. Among
the cities that have used It are:
Asheville and Charlotte, N. C.; Baltimore.
Md.. and Chicago, 111.
Although the daily traffic over a
street in a suburban or residential
district includes numerous vehicles
vet the type of traffic is not the
heaviest. I' usually Includes
pleasure automobiles or light commercial
delivery machines. Therefor3
a more permanent typo of
pavement, like fheet asphalt Is not
required and the extra cost would
not be Justified.
Consequently asphalt macadam
has been most satisfactorily used,
because It Is durable and lasting
under the type of traffic specified,
and In addition provides a feautlful.
noiseless, waterproof pavement,
perfectly adapted to the
esthetic surroundings of a residential
or suburban district.
laslaares of Its rae.
This type of pavement has also
been used extensively In and surrounding
targe estates and ?n?try
homes because of the facility
with which it Is laid and the manner
in which it harmonizes with
the usual charming surroundings
of such places. Several of the most
ponular real estate developments
near Charlotte were paved In 191?
with asphalt macadam by the penetration
method, and the streets
in this locality have given excellent.
satisfaction. Tnere are iftany
blocks of tH% same type of roadway
In the fashionable C.rove Park
section of Asheville and the attention
of public official* and real estate
concerns throughout the country
Is being directed to these pavements
as an example of how asphalt
macadam may be used In developing
new residential areas.
There are two main parts to an
asphalt macadam pavement: (1) The
foundation: (2) the wearing surface.
The foundation may be either or
the following: Macadam or gravel.
Irrespective of type, the foundation
should be solid, compact and of sufficient
depth, and the subgrade under
the foundation should be well
drained and solid.
Two main materials make up the
wearing surface of an asphalt
macadam pavement: <1> Broken
stone; (2) asphaltic cement.
The steps In constructing the
wearing surface are as follows:
1. Spread clean, coarse, broken
stone over the .foundation. This
stone should be from 1 to 2% inches
In size, and should be spread so as
to give a minimum thickness of
2% inches when compacted.
2. Carefully roll the stone which
has been spread, so as to get an
even contour and obtain the greatest
possible mechanical bond.
I BETHESDA BLUE
Hid, or who contemplates
B It to himself to see this
at which has been recently
inite that has endured the
r sand markings that mar
i maintains its beautifnl
lating much-needed building of
mperishable product at a prjej
. quarried at random and which
,utj. but Bethesda resistance to
GRANITE CO., he.
1 at Main 428
| FOUR NEW~H
Four new bomei at 3645 to 3
the corner of Quebec street were
odd before they were ready by N
this row exclusively. The?e homei
contain eight rooms and bath-witl
Buying and Se
Real Estate Board ?
Purchaser and Se
' Through Brok
Buying and selling real estate Is i
a highly specialized business, or ?
rather a profession that calls for <
skill and training. Both study and <
experience are necessary to become i
proficient In handling the many I
varied problems associated with ]
transactions Involving the transfer ,(
of real estate from one bwner* to \
another. * Yet owners desiring to ?
sell, frequently handle the entire i
matter direct with a purchaser
without the advice or assistance of ,
one experienced in such transac- ,
tions. " ,
This practice is fraught with <
much danger, because In many case8 1
litigation, with expense and delayy i
has resulted to the detriment or i
both owner and purchaser. An ex- 1
perienced and responsible broker i
should be employed to handle trans- 1
actions of this character. Just as
one would employ a physician or |
lawyer. By training and experience.
the realtor Is familiar with ,
the pitfalls that must be avoided ,
and knows the correct method to i (
pursue lii onler to accomplish de- ,
sired results promptly and accurately.
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Very simple la Theory. 1
The method of procedure In sell- '
ing property Is theoretically very
simple. Buyer and seller agree as j
to price and terms on a given property
and when the money Is actually
paid and satisfactory title
proven the delivery of an executed
deed completes the transaction.
However, in actual practice It la
not stich a simple matter. The
Burchaser must he located and actually
sold. This is followed by a
formal agreement which is specific
jfUTT in ? nin
Most Desirable Offjce
Select List of II
NEW HOUSE?beautiful twostorjr
brick. S room*, 2 tiled baths,
one With showrr; hot-water beat,
electricity; glass - inclosed and
acreeaed breakfast and sleeping
porches; garage; terraced lawn;
something different. PRICE,
Three-story brick, 9 rooms.
bath, hot-water heat, new paper
and paint; In fine coalition;
owaer will gira Immediate p6ssesslon.
ON 27TH STREET ? 3 story
grsy brick, colonial front. 9
rooms, tiled bath, hot-water beat,
electricity, hardwood floors and
trim. Garage. PRICE. >12.500.
ON PARK ROAD?Beautiful Sstory
brick, colonial front. 10
roams, tiled bath, hot-water best,
electricity, parquet floors, hardwood
trim, eastern exposure;
front, aide atd roar yard; wide
paved alley; Immediate possession.
REDUCED PRICE, $15,500.
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717 14th St
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IOMES SOLD 11
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651 Warder itreet northwest it ' ,
completed by G. U. Small and ,
IcKeever and Go?s, who handled ,
1 are twenty-seven feet wide and
1 built-in garages. 1
:al, Says Petty j
Secretary Tells Why I
ller Should Deal f;
erage House. '
n covering all condition? and is
igned by both the owner and purchaser.
Necessary, conveyance papers 1
ransferring the title and properly j
lecurlng deferred payments must
a? correctly drawn and executed. *
finally the proper adjustments of 1
tctails iiuch as taxes, interest. In- 1
surance, etc., and the proper title J
examination and report must be
In these stages the transaction is #
lubject to many varied circum- ^
nances and conditions that call for
<kill and experience to adjust. (
Questions regarding responsibility
'or expenses, title complications, #
nisunderhtandinKK and disputes f
>ver such matters as details of
terms, possession, etc., frequently ,
pise and form the basis of litigation.
The experienced realtor protects
both himself and his client from
such unpleasant complications by
usintc a standard contract that Is
specific in every detail and binding
on all parties. By being in constant
touch with buyers and through
well-organized efTorts he can dispose
of property much more quickly
than an Individual owner. His skill
In salesmanship and knowledge of
values successfully fortify him
against attempts to cut prices. This j
is the service and protection the
seller of real estate pay* for in .
the form of a clmmlsslon. and It j
is always more economical than legal
entanglemests that frequently
result from ignorance and inexperience
in handling such trassctions.
There is also a common tendencyy
on the part of some purchasers
to attempt to buy direct from an
t in the I
treet N. W. fg
Building in the City
1, WO Up
t, on Premises, or
st n. w.
th St N. W.
V AC ANT?Splendid i-nan ?*?
brick. ? room,, tiled batik rood
hen tins Plant, r>> ?*bt, modem
cellar. Pittsburgh water beater;
lot IT ft. by 00 ft., 20-ft- pa red
alley. la splendid condition,
ready to aow into. FI1C&
IN BLOOM I NO ALE ? Twostory
red brick. 5 rooms and
bath la each apartment; lot IS
ft. by 00 ft.; JO-ft. pared aUej.
PRICE. $d,300?$1,000 CASH.
IN PINE LOCATION?2-story
brick. 6 rooms, tiled bath, hotwater
beat, eleetrlcity. hardwood
trim, tastefully decorated, colonial
front and dooble rear porches;
pared alley; room for garage.
PRICE ONLY 97,900.
BUNGALOW?About two years
old, frame coaatrncttoa. rooms,
tiled bath, hot-water heat, electricity,
hardwood floors, opes fireplaces;
lot St ft. by 900 ft. Owner
compelled to lea re city and will
giro quick possession. Near good
ear line. PRICE ONLY $7,850.
reet N. W.
LEAD MARKET IN
HT REALTY DEALS
Eight Properties Chance
Hands TITrough Office
Of W. K. Hartnng.
Eight bones wet* purehawd this
reek through the office of William
Thomu P. Moor* sold to Chatle*
a modern (even-room and bath
lick residence. (Ml Fourteenth
Andrew Bet* purchased from
Kahlon T. and Edith R. Hill a
luburban home of the nnl-bngaow
type. 1065 Montana arena*
lortheast, containing seven roo?
ind bath, hot-vater heat, electric
wner rather than through the agen y
of some broker. This la also
inwise. An experienced broker acually
practicing his profession
:now* where the best properties for I
*le can be had and ha also knowa
rhere the best values exist. This!
cnowledee and experience Is inaluable
to a prospective purchaser,
vbo Is frequently unfamiliar with
ralues and conditions.
Then, a train, the active broker te 1
n touch with financial conditions,
ind usually, through hla connectioas
md by reason of his experience
n such matters, can arrange mortgages
to finance the purchaae of
"eel estate that would be very j
nfllcutt for the aver-aye indl-1
(dual Generally speaking* one
>uye a home but once In a llfe;irae,
and it la, therefore, a serious [
natter that should be fiv?a eerioue
Lttentlos. If the services of a com-1
?t*nt broker are enraged, the
>rospective purchaser Is assured!
hat his Interest will be carefully
ruarded and that his entire transition
will be surrounded with the
Located on C
jH Near Pa. F
I 11,500 SQUAI
Garage for I
fi Two Freigh
I Best Buy in
I Call Owner?
I ?or Frar
1 In E
V2 Price Asked
House Fitted Up by
Colonial type residence ol
places, art windows; delight
modern conveniences. Nun*
IB acres of ground in higl
room tenant house and larg
Spacious lawns surroundin
Property occupies comiba
the National Capital and sw
Just the home for business
ber of Congress, who wants j
residence that is adjacent tt
Omly 12 Mhrate. by Be.
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ALLAN L WAL
813 15th St N.W.
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PraartMs StU Ottrer MfMt Chary
Chaaa, tX C, war* nu far Dr ?
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Jeaka Thla property |,<XU? o^l. v
forala buagmlaw type cNMlic ?r
el?ht nana aad two Wtti. e,?^
a.daia 'mproeeraejit. tu .itk .
built-in orir< Maw. Tim hoaaa.
wfcl<fc la ar frame u4 ehlnrU oon
atmctlom, to aat la the ceater wt
Samuel Shapiro aold to Kemaa
Zoltrow a ae*r ?U iaa?i and hath
brlck home, 4112 Marlboro etreet
northweat. with hot-water heat
electricity and a built-in cmrmc It
M altaatod near the Soldier*' Home
vroaada la Patworth.
David Olahold Bold to Frank M
and H. Elisabeth Herror . modara
eml-detached brick raaldeace. II
Maple etreet. Takoma Park, D. C_
containing al* room* and bath
modern Improvement.. "J.
Oelto B. Allan Mid te Mr* 1
Ullla B. Wneon a detached frame a
realdence, (1M Fourteenth .tree: I
northweat. containing ,l?ht roomtwo
hatha, hot-water heat and
_ R,?V'rd * Jon?? aold to Patrick
H. McClune a a! x-room and bath
brick realdence, Ml Lamont etreet
northweat. altuated In Park Vlair,
near the aoutheaat entrance te the
Soldier*' Home (rounda
I 'remiaea Si7 Fourth ?traat aag^
eaat. waa aold for a local !creator
to Rupert Sullivan. Thla la a alxroom
and bath aeml-detached frame
First Tnut Notei
"reared by Improved WaaUafMa
* " aa Hand, la tamta
S2S0. $500 ax! Up
1% Interest 7%
N la a part af ear eei !?. ta take
the laveetar te laapeet the prapertr
aa which hie awaey a to he
Alas E. Walier ft Ca. a
813 1Mb ?t Jr. W. Mala Ml
i. R. Yards
IE FEET OF
rour Trucks. I
I One Year Ago '
Famous Actor, Is a
II _ rooms and baths, fire- \
ful in arrangement, with all
i state of cultivation, and 5e
g house, with priceless shade
nding elevation, overlooking ,
rrounding country for miles,
or professional man or mem ii
ideal suburban or country
> the dty.
4 Road* to the Capitol.
KER & CO., Inc.