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FOB SALE?H0TTSX8.
rt>R HAL.lt -
*MT OF WAR DIBIT
10 room* nnil hath. NinmMnl want*
offer Prlc*. >7.250.
M..?t beautiful I on Washington Heights.
Lot 20t1!W>: 0 room* ami bath; steam iwrnt; built
about fonr ye. ri i|ii. Owner wants to build
Urirr home. Price. ffl.OOO. Make nffi*.
LKTTKKK1> STRHKT N.W.
INVESTMENT.
Bent. $30 00. Price. $i.00?.
This la a bargain. Act quickly.
HARVARD A MARK,
The Orsl Sign. 1412 O n.w
flrlB tf ?)
FOB MAI.K- Sl.?iANT NEW THRKEHTORY AND
? k.i.i..\n hotsea iv high ami ueu.tiiy
MT I'l.EASA.VT; NRVK HKUTIIII. 181 H
HTRKET; UNK SyiARE KROM 11TH AND
Mfc.1 ItOPOLlTAN CARS.
tS.TSo HIILT TO .HELL KOR $?.5O0.
TKRHh AS LOW AM JSOO CASH.
|? MONTHLY AT fr*.
HAS BEEN LOANED ON
THEIE HOI SKS AT 504.
llfciST OONSTKUOTION.
HARDWOOD FINISH
4 ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR
4 R'?>MS ANI? TILED BATH. KHCOND
FRONT ROOM ANI) STORAGE ROOM, THinD.
2 STORY BAiTC PORllHKM
Plenty of cloaata; wide, eaay ataln.ays; laun
dry In cellar; aoulb front. I'urrhassr to *el?ct
deooratlona. The valuv and kx'atloi of tb.-ae
hoiiao* for tbo price and taruia have never U
eijuale 1 In Wasblnrrnn.
A CORNER HOUSE ANI> ONK ON' HIDE OF AN
ALLEY AT LOW PRICES.
ritl' ES INSIDE HOI SES $B.7B0
FIRST T1UST AT 5% 5.000
?700
CASH l'AYMK.NT ??
1430
18 MoyfUS AT 125 430
HAVING MADE SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS
WITH THE BVlLDEItS WE AltE ENAHLHD
TO OFFER T1HS GREAT OPPOR1TNITY TO
HoMESKEKERft TO SECl'RE A MODERN CP
To-DATE, NEW RESIDENCE IN T1US EXCEL
LENT UXUTION AT A VERY LOW PRICK
AND ON RRMARKAULY EASY TERMS.
It MOORE A HII.L. Inc.. TIT I4.h at. n.w.
FOB SALE?A BRICK HOt'BK. fl BOOMS, N.W.
aectlon, on a concreted atreet, for $2,000: will
rant for $1.V30 per montb. LOUIS P. 8HOE
UAKKR. U30 F at n v. Jy22-3t
FOB SAI.E-ia.280 will bi:y ATTRA<TIVE,
well-armn^ed new house near 12th and II sta.
n e.; 2 storlea, 0 room*, hath; a.in.I.
Jy22 3t WILLIUE. (HUBS A DANIEI.. ?05 18th.
FOR SALE ??00 WILL BI Y A 5-ROOM BRICK
house In Georgetown, rented to white tenants at
?7.50; lot lftiTT
jrn st williqk. oibrs a daniel, hob isth.
ifOR SAL*-A FINE 2 STORY. ? ROOM BRICK,
rented at 418.30; a first claaa Inreatmeht at
|1.<?0
Jy23-.1t WH.LIOE. GIBBS A DANIEL. flOO 13th.
FOR SALt DO YOU WANT TO PURCHASE A
HOME? Why not ?ee what we hare to offerT
Houaea fmui tl.Soo to $4,000.
WRITE CS FOR 1.1ST BARGAIN HOMES.
Jy22 2t ROLAND O. BOOTH cor. 10th and Q n.w.
FOR SALE 41.200 WILL BUY TWO NICE 4
room brick*, uemr loth and D n.w. Renting
S1S.S0.
Jy22 2t ROLANT? C BOOTH, cor. 10th and G n.w.
FOR SALE-ON I STREET N.E.. TO CLOSE Es
tate. s nice fl-room hrlclt*, bath*: modern Imp*.;
always rented and Narjralna; $2,500 each. Seo
tbeni.
Jy22 2t ROIaAND O. BOOTH, cor. 10th and G n.w.
FOB SALE-TWO NEARLY NEW BRICKS; 8
room? and t?atbt newly papered anil (minted. On
0 street near fltli street. Only $3,000 each.
JftS-2' ROLAND C. BOOTH, cor. 10th and G n.w.
FOR SALE -NEAR 1JTII AND MI). AVE. N.E..
4 new 7 room hrlcka, hath; ?i?k1 yanls and park
ing; alway* rented. Only $3,000 each.
Jj-22 2t ROLANDO. BOOTH, cir. 10th and G n.w
FOR SA LE ON 4TH* STREET NE * if H N.B., 8
atorv lirtik: 8 room* and liath >a|iered; In iplen
dld order. Renting $2ii.50. <>nly $3,000.
J.V22-2. ROLAND 0. BO<>TH .-or. 10th and G n.w.
FOR SALE?ON L STRE'.T NEAR NORTTT CAPI
tol. nice 8-room brlc*:, hath; modern linpa; g-^od
yard and parkini Only $3,250. WANT OFFER.
Jy22-2: ?"*??.::,> C. BOOTH, cor. 10th and O n.w.
FOR SALE?ON 0 STRKElTNORTHEAST. 2 NICE
S-room bricks; hatha; modern Imp*.: good rent
era Only $3,250 each.
J>22-2t RoLANt* O. BOOTH, cor. 10th andG n.w.
I"<?lt SALE- NEAR IITH AND L N.E , 3 STORY,
lOr. hrlck; h*y window; hath: modern (mix.
Only coat more to hnlld It; terma ea?f.
Jj-22 2' ROLAND O. BOOTH, cor. 10th andG n.w.
FOR SAI.F. ON B STREET NEAR 10TH STREET
n.e., (Vrootn brick, bath; all mod. imp*. Well
rented. Only $3,250. Want offer.
J}22 2r ROLAND C. BOOTH, cor. loth and G n.w.
FOR SALE ONLY $2.S50; NEARLY NEW 6-RM.
brick: porcelain bath; c<*?l and gaa miiices; go<^(l
location. Mount Plcaaanr; on eaay term*. See
tbem.
Jy22-2t ltOI*.VND C. BOOTH, cor. 10th and O n.w.
FOU SALE?JUST SOUTH OF "CAPITOL/7
near electric cara, tbre* splendid, new bricks; 0
rma . tiled bath, cellar aud furnace; RECEP
TION-HALL PLAN: ;?ai>ered; fine oak mantela
and flxturn*. Only $3,5?0 each.
Jyae-21 ROLAND C. BOOTH, erf. 10th and G n.w.
FOH SALE NEAR 1St"a.VI? Q STREETS, GOOD
3 atory brick; 7 m?uis. Iiath; lot 20il>0 to 2o-ft.
alley; large parking: papereil only $3,500;
always rented; In gis.d location. See It.
Jr22-2t ROLAND C. BOOTH, cor. 10th alHl G n w.
FUP SALE FIN* CORNER HOME IN MOUNT
Pteaaant: tl rma.; porcelain bath; hsrdwood ln
terliFr; ennrret* cellar; furnace; flue Ilitures;
mantels and papi rlUK; only $4,250. Let ua show
you this nli'e, complete home?never rented oc
cupied by .twner. See
jy22 2i ROI.AVD C. ItiKITH. cor. 10th and G n.w.
FOU SALE-NEAR U. S. NAVY YARD-ONE 0~E
our I>eat bargain home*; 8 nn* . bpuvn-atone
trim pre** hrlck; bath, cellar; grnxl 2-atory hrlck
?table; paved alley; *.>uth front. Reduced $3,25u.
IKin't fall to m?e It Built by owner
ROLAND C. BOOTH, cor loth andG n.w.
FOR SALE Kl It ST-GLASS 8-ROOM BRICK N.E.
price, $1,350; rented at $12.30. trust of $730 at
50. a sound 10% Investment.
ly22-31 W1U.IHE, OIBBS A DANIEL. 805 13th.
FOR SALK- FINE LARGE HOUSE NKaITiITH
and E. c*p. sts.; 8 rooms, bath; lot IS by 118;
30-ft alley. Reduced to $4,5<iO.
)y22 It Wfl.LIOE. GIBBS A DANIEL. 005 18tb.
FOR BALE BEAUTIFUL HOMB IN -OTTEB
bourne, o|i|HMlte Cliery Cha?e Inn; reception ball,
bath: every modern conveulenco; lot 104 by 125.
Onl.v
Jy22 r WILLIQK. OIBB8 A DANIEL. 005 13th.
FOR SALE?$1,000 CASH WILL BUY~T7nE
press brick, bay wlndo-n dwelling n.e.; fi room*
l>atl uph'tidld appointments,
Jy22 :it WIIJ.KIE. GIBBS A DANIEL. 0o5 13th.
FOR SALE *1.250 CASH WILL BUY FINE
hrlck .inner residence near 0th and R. I. ave.
n.w., 8 moms, bath; trust of $4 5'M) at 5%
Jy22 It WILUCfi. CUIUS A DANIEL. 805 13th.
PGR SALE- NEAR NAVY YARD?FINE 7-ROOM
hrlck residence; large lot, 2o by 132; can lie had
at once for $.'t.rss).
? wu.i.niK. <;irb?i a dxniel. lr.th.
FOR SALE NEAR WASHINGTON CIRCLE?
line lsrjje brick residence; U room*, hath; very
!T>Ol*MTl. i ?Tl 2 V ftt.frrf).
_Jy22 .!t WII.i.niE, CUIUS A DANIEL, ??>,-. 13th
FOB BALK $1,800 OKOBOBTOWN ? B-ROOM
brlok lot 20 l?y S?>; a larjfe l.ouse for the
money.
friLLIQK Q1BB8 A DANIEL, 60P ISth.
rOH SALK COKFORTABLJB BOUSB IN ANA
cmtlti; ?? r(M?Uii, cellar; latrolM* U**at: flue iranl^n,
(>eaoh??a, apples, roara: hen Loua.\ A snap at
ct WIM K.F r.miiS A HANI KL. 0 5 nth.
roiT SALE S-ROOM. BAT-WINDOW BRICK
uear N. Tap at. for f'J.OMj, Pit ;Jo ft front.
^8-31 W1LLIGE. OlBBfl A DANIEL. 00ft :-1.
Wi Hi SALE HANDSOME 3-8TOR1 BRICK RES
ldenrt near 7th and O i?.?*.; hmhiis, hath. Eng
lish !?aa??iiient; first-elaaa rou tilt Ion. rwlucwJ to
54B?
Jy22 St WII.HOE. cSHUtS A HAX1KL* 13th
FOR SALK FINE UHK'K HKHIDKNfK. NKAK
9th a i :?1 K. (>ip sts. ? tl tmmiis. hath, trust.
at .VV Trice only ).'f 2>m?.
jy22-.1t W1LLKSK. OIHHS A OANIRL, ?>).% 13th.
FOR HALE A SNAP TSTORY. 10 ROOM AND
hath hrlek near Capitol; lot 19 hjr l?s); trust
$2.?ss> at prh-e
Jj'J2 M WILLKIK. I>ANIKL. ?>?.*. l.lth.
FOR HALF < oUMIllA HKhillTH ^.."ViO CASH
will hujr fine white at<?ne corner realdenct*; 11
room*, hath, trust. 96,800 it 4U .
WIUaHiK. OILliS A DA.N'IKL. ?V)5 l.tth.
roR sale ran ohanob ro secure a
large ??hl li?uae; 3 story, 11-room f>rlck, hath;
well rented at $^<>. Ouly |3.Muo.
jy22-3t WILLI OK. OIBUH A 1IAN1KL. HOg l.'ttli.
IX)R H-.LK WifiLL-UM'ATED NORTH WKK1%.
Ml sT BE SOLD.
An fl*?gant S-story and cellar hrlc-k; 10 r??o:iis
and hath; furnace heat; 4 wins 1st floor;
VERY LAROKH 1>ININ<2 ROOM
L?t \Hx\t2 to wltln all. y.
f4.oiN) CAN R KM A IN.
TbU h.Hiiw a bargain, aod If you are look 1113
for a nap it
J>?1 Jt LIKliiQllMANN A IIAWN. LW3 F at.
FOR SALB DBTACHBD HOUSE nkvr tSTH
and WliltiM^y ave. 1U>i1u<*?m| to 10 ruoma;
mj.iarv ft In l?>t. Thla la a low price for
au?'h a <!ealrahle pn?inrty.
jrrONK A FAIRFAX.
3 21 .It mi mi Hixm F at. n.w.
TOR HALK CHEAP WIIX EX<3HANOE- A 10
."ooin dwelling; lot 9('KlAn; 20-ft. alley; No. 1421
.Iti'Ugbton at. Oreatly reduced price; one trust
at 4V?; vt <?uld take auhurhsn house.
STONE A FAIRFAX.
j/21-31 8M-S0S-S0S F at. n.w.
roa HALE "S" HT.. NORTH HIDE. III3TWBSN
1st aud North (Up ; 2 atorlea, cellar, attic; well
conatructed; lovely home; low price.
HTONK A FAIRFAX.
Jy21 3t HIH Him! F at. n.w.
FOR 8ALK HOW TO RF. YOUR OWN LAND
lord ou ('4>nn?K*tlcut avenue for |100 to $200 caah
aod $2** to $2A utonthly. For full partleulsra
c*rop poittal. teWplM*ue or call for new, hand
aontely Uluatrated, pa*.- booklet, plat. Itr. of
IVmuectlcat Avenue HlghUnda. Automobile free
to a?f.? the property.
FULTON R. GORDON.
Lit fll.H 14th at n.w. T??l Main 620.
for saue wmkvrm Z son 06. icr r it
r. w . aix i'duw, furuare; In perfect, condition;
price. $5,000 Apply to WEAVER It RON.. No.
141ft F at. n.w. JylO-tf
FOR HALK 1416 T fcT. N.W.; LH3HT BRICK
aud stone trimmings; 10 rnotus, porcelain hath;
recepl 1?>u hall: furnace beat; every convenience;
price 91L?I00. Apply to R. O. HOLTZJJ AN.
loth and F at^ )ylg-if
FOR ft A T.T?TThim Hfl.
FOH _
New 2 (ton sad csllsr tram* ham; 8 now;
cellar, porchf. Lot SOxiX; Am (bate: ? *?
llfBtful bom*. OmM It.. BilUWM, Prt.
it intersection Sbeptierd rosd. To qidck ?**
chsser. ft.BriO. There li no Incvmbranc* oo this
TR^Mr'tACU^NaREALrKyK%E * UVU? OO..
)j!6-7t 10th snd Q *&.
MARTIN BROS..
1W&27 PA. AVE. N.W.
FOR SALE.
INVESTMENT PROPERTIES.
For Sale
Two ? uiaII houses. Rent for $10.80 per mo.
PRICK $2,400.
^GlioifTNVESTMF.NT PAYING 10 PER CENT.
Small house on iflth at. Rents for $V.S0 per mo.
PRICK $1.(JOO.
For Sale
Two Storr brick bojae I St. n.w. Rents tor
$12.CO per mo.
PRICE $1,600.
For Sslc? _
Two-story brick house B St. n.w. Riots tor
$12.90 per mo.
PRICK $1,800.
FOr<?n'll?d St. n.w.. 8-storjr brick house. Bents
for $20.50.
PRICE $3,000.
For Sale?Monthly paymenta will BUY IT?
Ot- easy terms, (ioocl opportunity for home bar
er. 3-story brick. # rui?. aiwl bath. Mod. Imps.
PRICE $4,500.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
CITY AND SUBURBAN REAL RSTATK.
For Sale? _
S-story 8-rm. brick house on va. a<re .D.W.
PRICE $3,500.
EASY TERMS.
F?r 8*On" L st. bet. 17th snd 18th n.w.j
two-story bouse. Good renter.
PRICE 12.000.
F? AS<?mall frame house s.e. 12 per cent inrest
ment. Rents ibrflMOffrmo.
INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IN ALL SECTIONS
OF TftK CITY.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
t0rOeVtribrieTresldenc?. 14 rooms. Modern In con
structlon. Location V at. n.w.
COURTEOUS ATTENTION TO EVERY INQUIRY.
Jy166t
MARTIN BROS.,
102&-27 PA. AVK. N.W.
FOn SAT R
fhjo of the best properties In northeast seiMtloO
for lass than cost. Press-brick bay-window
bouse, containing 8 rma.
ifl35osWto'sell. This is worth looking Into.
^THOMAS J. FISnER & CO.. Incorporated.
Jylfl-flt 1414 F St. n.w.
F0K SAlHOUSE8! HOUSES! HOUSES!
In all sections?of all descriptions?and at all
pl\\v' will be glad to show them or send mem
"KSTi " llne ?lT'n* description, locstlon and
nrice de*ilred. . ,
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Incorporated,
jyie-iot F St. n.w.
FOR SALE- BARGAINS. N.E.. MONTHLY PAY
^ nts-613 017. 023 8th; 814. 624 7th; 623 Mor
ris; 137 Mas*, are.;'6, 7 snd U rooms, bath cc-1
jtr. G. W. WEBER. 1333 F u.w. jyl5-tf,4
luR SAI.E? H0ME 0JJ B gT N- E
$2,850?This price Is low for an attractive 6
room brick dwelling, renting at $20.50 per mo.;
close to Mass. ave.
PRETTY HOME SOUTHWEST.
$2.000?Will buy a co*y 6-room and bath brick
dwelling west of 7th St.. In good residential sec
tion; house contains all modern improvements;
has large yard to pared alley; wide parking front.
DWELLING ON F ST. N.E.
$3,200? A house that will sppeal to tlie home
buyer as a well constructed, conveniently ar
isnged dwelling; well located; 6 rooms and bath:
house In excellent order.
CONSERVATIVE INVESTMENTS.
$3,500? 2-story bay-window brick on 24th at. n.w.
Rent, $25.
? 1.000?5-room dwelllnc on K St. s.w. Rent. $8.30.
$4,500?5 brick dwellings s.w. Always rented.
Rent, $88.
$4.250?4 dwellings In the i.e. Rented at $39.50.
$4,250?2 (lwgs. on I st. n.w. Rented at $32.80.
$0,000? 8 5-toom brick bouses, paying $72 per
month, with laud enough adjoining to build
10 houses; In the soutlmmt.
JAMES F. SHEA,
'Phone East 800. 043 Louisiana ave. n.w.
jyl5-tf 30
FOR 8ALB-SOME VKRY DESIRABLE PUOP
erty for homes or Investment In si! parts of city
snd suburbs.
Je24 26t* PEACE M. THOMAS. Corcoran bldg.
FOR BALK?
ONLY r -WO.
18th st. north of I-ydecker ove.: 6r.. bstb, c?l
Isr, furnace, lot 17x127 to 16 ft. slley. Terms
to suit. W S. M1NNIX,
jeS-tf Rooms 4, B and 6. 1416 F.
FOE SALE?APARTMENT HOUSES.
FOR SALE?PROPERTY THAT PAYS?FINE
new two-flat houses; n.e.; rented at $30 each;
price, (3.2TiO.
W 1LLIOFJ, GIBBS ft DANIEL, 605 13th.
jyl2tf
FOR SALE?LOTS.
FOR SALE-THE NEW $1,000,000 CONNECTICUT
Avenue bridge is now under course of construc
tion. The completion of this bridge, which
shortens the route out Com ectlcut yre. extended
oter Vs mile, will greatly enhance real estate
values at Connecticut Avenue Highlands. You
must buy before (not after) the construction of
this bridge if you wish to receive the great in
creased values that i? mire to follow this im
portant improvement. Prices of lots, 50e. to 70c.
a sq. ft. Terms, $100 to $200 cash. bal. $20 to
$2S monthly. For full particulars drop postal,
telephone or call for new, handsomely Illustrated,
in-page booklet, plat, &c.. of Connecticut Avenue
Highlands. Automobile free to ae* the property.
FULTON it. GORIK>N,
Jy20-15t 613 14th n.w. Tel. Main 529.
FOR 8ALE?SITES FOR WAREHOUSES, STONB
yards, lumber yards, machine slurps or other
manufacturing busineasoM on tracks near the
groat terminal freight station; special prices if
bought at once. ECKINGTON IMP. CO., 1410 O.
Jx20-3t*
FOR SALK?NEW SUBDIVISION, ADJOINING
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS. LANIER HEIGHTS
AND NATIONAL PARK.
Fine, economical lots on Adams' Mill
road and Kausas avenue, overlooking
Zoo Park, within 2 sq lares of both car
lines. The subdivisions surrounding it
are being rapidly built up with some of
the best residences.
ALL IMPROVEMENTS
are now in. or will soon be put In.
A number of lots have already been
sold to parties who will build detached
bouses.
PRICES ARE LOW NOW.
Easv terms small cash payment.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.. (Inc.),
jyl8-6t 1414 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE?
Why don't you buy a lot in
CHEVY CHASE.
FERN WOOD HEIGHTS,
OAK VIEW
Or
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS?
We control all of the good lots In these "subs."
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Incorporated,
JgrMMtt 1414 F st. n.w.
FOR BALK BEING IN OUfEDlATS NEKD OF
cash, will sell magnificent lot on Washington
Hoights, worth $4,000, for $2,800. Address W.
L. J.. Star office. Jc27-tf
FOR SAI E?$2.00 CASL; $2.00 PER MONTH.
WASHINGTON HIGHLANDS.
Beautiful lots *15 by 100 to 250 feet. $100 to
$250 esch; no Interest; no taxes; granolithic
title walks; short distance from end of car line at
CoUgreas Heights, oil* fare; Dlatrict property.
WASL1NGTON HIGHLANDS COMPANY.
T! one M. 1400. VIS F at. n.w.
Je21-3m n
FOR SALE BUY A LOT IN BEAUTIFUL
CLEVELAND PARK.
Buy bofore the new Connecticut avenue bridge
Is built U'.cw started snd will coat $1,000,000);
di-sirsbly located lots, only $l,UOO; $100 caah.
Call for booklet and plat.
MOORE 4 HILL <Ioc.) EXCLUSIVE AGENTS.
Jfia-tf 717 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALK-LOTS. LOTS. LOTS.
IN ALL SECTIONS.
YOU'LL SAVE TIME AND MOKBY
BY GETTING OUR LIST.
IN THE FASHIONABLE SECTIONS.
ON COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON HEIGHTS
BTONK * FAIRFAX. 806 and 808 F at. n.w.
mjlT-tf
FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE?DO YOU NEED CASH? WE
offer the equities In several ne.' locsted north
?rst bouses and lots, subject to small trusts st
4ft snd 5 per cent; will tire the equities In on,
or toon of tb? properties snd fr in $1,000 to
$6,000 In cash. A good opportunity for owner
with trusts coming due.
STONE A FAIRFAX. ?>4 800 808 F st. n w.
)*l?-t- "
FOR EXCHANGE?WHY NOT LET U8 TRADE
YOUR REAL ESTATE FOR TOUJ OUR EX
( IIANUF. DEPARTMENT IS STRICTLY UP TO
DATE. WK MAKE TRADING A SPECIALTY
%ND NOT A SIDE ISSUE. AIX PROPERTY
i.ISTED WITH US FOR EXCHANGE RE
CEIYES THE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION OF
THE HEAD OF THIS BRANCH OF OUR UUSI
N ESS
STONE It FAIRFAX. 904-0-8 F St. n.w.
niy7-tf
FOR EXCHANGE-OUR LIST OF PROPERTIES
FOR TRADE IS TOO LARGE TO PUBLISH. If
YOU ARE INTERESTED COME IN AND TALK
IT OVER.
STONE A FAIRFAX. R04-0 8 F at s.w.
i mjltt
grovBPAg raomT*.
ro> m? a oood bix-boom oopnthj
house ob Car line, U sere land, barn. for fflW.
If takao at one*. ftlMi? MM, Star office.
}y22 8t?
FOR BALE?DILlUHTmi. COTTAOB IN TA
koma Park, with large stable and M wtM erf
' a splendid boa* far mm one. Pries,
? iw l'ssu, Datdnn mommy. uuir toil
?Ices. Compare these prices with aslllnc
adjoining properties.
ICHUCN REAL ESTATE A LOAN CO.,
! Zt W1LLI0B, QIBftg A DANIEL. W l?t>.
POR BALK?AT BEHWYN, MD., 1H MU.M
from station: brand-new S-rtxnn mttaca, an 8
acra tract; ? band*nee af shads trees, (udm,
fruit and flowers; excelclnt well; fine lawn. Steam
and electric can; terms, $1,000, $800 eaata. bal
ance 910 per month. Inquire Room 104, Colambtan
frM-Bt*
A OHOIOK LOT ON BBIGHTWOOD AVENUE,
north of Brlghtwood: attractive snrroundlngs.
Also a cheap lot In Brlfbtwood Park, and acra
lott near Takoma. LOCIS P. SHOEMAKER,
980 F at. n.w. Jyfl-St
TO CLOSE AN E8TATR. DESIRABLE HOME IN*'
Takoma; lares lot; also acre lots near Connecticut
avenue west of Bock Crook.
frgl-3t LOUIS P. gHOEMAgF.lt, MO W St- n.w.
POR 8ALB-NICB 7 ROOM HOCSB AND STA
Me, and lot adjoining; In good condition; in
closed with good fences: located at 0?od Hope,
D. C. Autlreaa RACHEL WILSON", Good Hops,
P- C. Jy20-3t*
FOB SALE?IN BEAUTIF1TL KRX8INOTOM
A 10-sors farm, with floe dwelling and
outbuildings; within 6 minutes' walk of
steam tnd electric cat*. For price and
particulars ses
MARTIN BROS.,
Beal Estate and Insurance Brokers.
Jyl6-6t 1826-1927 Pa. are.
FOR SALE? "
Addition to Brookland. A few choice lots to
close syndicate. Can offer 2 corner lota. Mi 135,
with IS-root parking, as low as $500 each, on
terms of 1100 bash, balance monthly. Other lots
at low prices. " " ? ?
grices of adjo _
E McLACTILEN
JylO 7t Cor. 10th aad O sta.
A COMFORTABLE HOME FOR $1,000?JUST
completed $50 down. $15 per month; high and
beautifully located, with shade and two large
lots: 1 car fare. Apply J. C. ROGERS, Owner,
344 I) at. n.w., or office Rogers' Addition to Mt.
Rainier. Dlst. line. City and Suburban cars. Also
very small house. $050. aame terms. Jyl5-12t-7
NEARBY CITY LOTS AT COUNTRY PRICES.?
Rogers' Addition to Mt. Rainier, partly In Dis
trict and Maryland; high and beautifully located
and corered with magnificent oaks; at District
line. R. I. ave. and 30tb st. n.e.; one car fare.
6 tickets for 25c.; 8 ntla. ride from Ecklngton,
20 mln. ride from center of city on City and
Suburban cars; only accessible and handsome
part of the Dlatrlet where people of moderate
means can boy. Prices. 2 to 8c. per foot; lots
nearest K. I. are. extended, 6 and 8c.; small
cash payments, balance inontnly. J. C. ROQEltS
Owner. 344 D St., Fendall bldg., and offlcs.
District line. Jyl5-78t
FOK SALE-AT BROOKLAND
To close an estate, seven desirable lots.
6-moni bouse, ou a corner. $2,800.
6-mom bouse, md. Imps., hot-water beat, $3,390.
6-room bouse, large lot, $2,000.
Great bargains In till* attractive suburb.
GRACE M. THOMAS.
j)14-28t* Corcoran building,
FOll SALE-A VERT DE8IRABL3E~8T?BUHBAN
house and lot; six large rooms; porch; acre;
within one mile and In view of this city; near
electric R.R. station; well of pure water. Pries,
$2,100; $200 down and $20 per month. ROBERT
A PHILLIPS, 1406 G St. n.w. Jyl2-12t-?
FOR SALE
ADDITION TO CHEVY CHASE.
Bargain lots. 2c. to Be. per foot.
Beautiful situation; the finest view; hlgb and
healthy. The opportunity to pnrchase large lots
on Chevy Chase railroad at a very low price.
60x150 $225 to $450
Macro lots $500
Acre lots ,$?00 to $900
Afford us the pleasure of showing you our
property. We offer the best terms. Call and seo
us.
H. M. MARTIN A CO..
Jy?-12t 1741 Pa. ave. n.w.
FOR SALE?$2.00 CASH; $2.00 PER MONTH.
WASHINGTON HIGHLANDS.
Beautiful lots 25 by 100 to 250 feet. $100 to
$250 each; no Interest; no taxes; granolithic
sidewalks' short distance from end of car line at
Congress Heights; one fare; District property.
WASHINGTON HIGHLANDS COMPANY.
PLons M. 1400. 018 F ?t- n.w.
Je21-3m 10
FOR 8AL&-ONJB CAR FARE, 6 TICKETS FOB
25 cts. to Rogers' Addition to Mt. Rainier. Lota
2 to 8 cts. per foot; conveyances, recording and
abstract free. J. C. ROGERS, owner, Fendall bldg
fel5-166t
THE COMING SUBURB?MOUNT RAINIER.
I-OTS 2 TO 10 CENTS A FT.?MOUNT RAINIER.
HOUSES, EASY TERMS?MOUNT RAINIER.
ALL WANTING HOME8 8EE MT. RAINIEB.
my7-78?,4
IiRADDOCK HEIGHTS.
Desirable lots, $150 up. )
Villa Sites from $600 up. J Get booklet of
de4-tf GEO R HILL. 615 14th st. n.w.
TABUS.
FOR SALE?VERY DESIRABLE FARM OF
about 821 acres, near Evergreen Mills, Ixiudoun
county, Vn? close by Leesburg; sliout seventy
flve acres woodland; balance six fields with run
ning water In each; good frame dwelling and
out hcuses; large mow for hay. ?nd new stables
for six horses. Property adapted for farmllng or
grazing. Apply to D. K. ESTE FISHER. 401 St.
Paul st.. Baltimore. Md. JyN-2a\v-6t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE FOR D. 0. PROP
erty. a modern cottage at Laurel, containing 9
rooms and bsth room; a.m.l.; electric lights;
city water; electric and steam railroad service.
For plans and Information see JAY C. HOWELL.
407 Colorado hid*. Jell-tf
COUNTRY PROPERTY.
HANDSOME RESIDENCE WITH MOD. IMP.,
necessary outbuildings, good spring, fruit, he
tween 4 and 5 acres, on Frederick road.' mile
north of Knoxvllle. Call ou premises. Mrs.
ANNA M. ELGIN, Knoxvllle, Md. Jj-20 -Gt*
FOR SALE-BLUE GRASS ESTATES IN VTrI
GINIA-Celebrated estate; large colonial time;
000 acres Que laud.
Large brick colonial residence; 860 a.; highly
cultivated; extensive outbuildings.
Good residence; beautifully located; all In good
repair; 400 a.; gentleman's home.
Modernly equipped residence and 315 a. fln?
land, less than 2 hrs. from Washington, at foot
of Blue Ridge mountains; 4 trains dally
Elegant modern residence of 20 rooms, recently
built; 300 a. productive land; V4 mile from county
seat; lrrge tenant bous. ; good stublos and barns
River front farm of 450 a.; desirable as sum
mer residence, for stock or trucking purposes- ad
f|lnln.Srl?,CX?,.P,'1 tOWn: y*c!u 'anding. ISAAC
{J. SAUNDERS. Manager, 1407 F st. n.w. 'Phone
Main 1011?*M. Jy2-tf
FOR SALE-AT BLUEMONT, VA.. IN THE BLUB
Rblge mountains; ideal villa sites for aumrn-r
homes; 2 hrs. from Washington; altitude ?ne
tblrd mile; puts air and freestone water; exten
sive vl,.w ?f Loudoun and Shenandoah vail vs
Special circular. THE BLUEMONT LAND \\r>
fe??NT C0 - 1407 F "P^ons
31 Hill 101 I-M.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
FOR SALE?ALL OP SQUARE 415. FRONTING
198 ft. 8 in. on H and I Bts.. 274 ft. 8 in. on
8th and 9tij sts. s.w. An opportunity to acqulrc
small square near river front. Sold to close es
tste. H. L. RUST. 608 14th n.w. Jy20-tf,5
COUNTRY BOARD
FEW MORE GUESTS CAN BE AOCOMMODAT
ejl at Mountain Glen; first-class table; every
thing done Air tlie convenience and comfort of
ynests. Address L. COMPHER, I'urcellvllle Va
JJ-'2 2f
PRUVPKCTr HILL. 116 T ST. X.E.. ONE LARGE
and one small room; excellent table; shado; wide
Te""J*? 1} 22-3t
WANTED?GENTLEMEN BOARDERS; PLEAS
ant country home; mineral waters; analysis of
wat^r IT U?-irlrPiI. a given and required.
Mrs. J. ii. I.o\ ING, Merrlmac, Culpeper ixjunty
Vw- Jy22-2t*
PLEASANT ROOMS AT "GLEN MANOR." FOR
est Glen. I .urge, cool house; 400 ft. porches; ex
cellent water Take 9tl. st. cars. Change at
JySi-.It*"' * ,,n """ ho,,r 1,1111 half past.
NKAR THE MOUNTAINS?FINE. SHADY LAWN
mineral waler; milk, fn.lt. Ac. Mrs W V
OSBORNE, Silcott Springs, Va. jy21--3t*
WAVE RL\. NEAR BLUE ItllHiE UTS?
I-arge nxims. bath hot and cold water- porches
plenty shade; short distance from P o'- all cou
venleiices; g.xid fishing. E. G. GITTINGS. Knox.
- Tl""- Ml1 Jy21 -6i:*
W A N'PEI)?BO A RD. ON ELECTRIC CAR LINE
for three persons during the summer or lnm?r:
state location and price, which must lie moder
ate; one fare to offices. Address B O R R
Star office. , 1v20 3t? "
HOC ROY VILLA. BlUK RIDGE SUMMIT P~V~I
good table; good water; high location; references
In Washington. Jy20 6t*
COME TO EI.KTON. WID 'tK YOU CAN~HAVK
cool nights, line ahsde, excellent table, litbla
baths. "Elk Llthla Wster" uaed for all rar
poses. Rates reasonable. Sotlafsctlon miaran
teed. Mrs. A. 8. YANCEY. Jy^t".?
?wSr'%2?t' ,,]*?ADOOCK HEIGHTS,
Fred. Co.. Md.; beautiful acenery; pure air and
water: aaultary ImpruvemeuU; flrst clsas table
and ref. For terms sddresa Mrs. THOS H
MYERS Brsddock Heights. Fred Co. Md!'
Je^8-26l -5
LINGAXOKK 1111-I.S INN. NKAR KKKDKIt ICK
Md.. nesr the mountains; sltuateil on large farm'
? hlch supplies tho table with vegetables, milk'
cream etc.; artealan waler; boating bathlac'
Ashing; ball room; w-ekly dances; modern coo
vtnUnces; references exchrnged E. M. UROIVN.
ay 1 J-78t-6
STORAGE.
100 SEPARATE STORAGE BOOMS; STORAGE BY
the load; packing, haollng and shlnplna 3m ua
before storing THOMAS DOWL1NG A CO
Auctioneerv 612 E st. n.w.; 'phone E. 678.
jr30-tf
DENTISTRY.
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES; NO EXTRACTING;
M"ln; fe^U set aaJ Isst longer than natnrai
l!f. ShrunKoa faces me da nxroial. Painless
""M Dr i L WILSON. iat? V M. n.w.
|uB-loZt'
eaoiGXTowjr *eai estate.
If . > 4
f "*?
* ? t .
An excellent hotne1
Bargain for $1,500.^
?$200 cash,
?$20 per Month.
Wo. 8315 * ?*.. eottaf*: tide all*;:
lot 180 ft. deep. A Blc* home for o?k>rM
man. Kasy '*!!*? eash?balance $20
per month. PfW#, *1.800.
The Miller-Shoemaker B**1
1828 1325 S9d ft West 40.
J/lB tf n-. -Z
ALEXANDRIA BEAI ESTATE.
There are many Inducements for those employed
In Washington t<? Ut* J? Alexandria, where tnay
may not <*?/ "Te bat cheaper. riMt
electric car eerrlce In the world. Let na rent
yen or aall yon a mee home. Beaattfnl 8-etorr
brick house?lot 10# ft. a 20 ft.?la beat
ldenoe section of AleunSlii (would
2$.S??.".$4,000
M. B. Harlow 6t Co
Seal Katate, Loan and Insurance BioAeis, Bartow
bids., 110 S. Fairfax at.. Alexandria. Va. 'Phone
?ell 2B. Iy31-1A<1
LOAN C0MPAHIE8.
.......When You Want
Honey fn a flurry
? * ?yon can get It from Horning without a
? * moment's delay on Diamonds,
? * Watches. Jewelry or Household
? " Goods in storage at the low JJfry,
? ? rate of *J> y%J)
Money loaned salaried people.
HORNING,
J}22-14d "
Will make loans on
furniture, pianos, etc,
without removal, at
short notice. Address
Rootn 24, Atlantic Bldg.,
And Man Will CalL
apSQ-tf-ao
Left $ 110,00(1)).
A prominent Washington man who haa
Jnst gone abroad haa left with as the a bote
amonnt te be loaned to needy people oa
furniture, planoa. Ac., at a very low rata.
Representative will calL Address P. O. Box
83. myS-tf-SO
| 0AN3 qis4e on faro!tare, plums.
4fce., without remoTal. Do hot
hesitate If you want money, aa yon
can make yonr own terma, and we
make no inquiries among yonr
neighbors, frlenda or employer. Yoor
transactions with as are not pub
llabsd. everything strictly con Aden
tlaL ir' yoo want to aare money
time and WtSrry?SEE US.
Washington Mortgage Loan Co.,
610 F St. N. W.
la31-tf-20
Us,
On Furniture or Piano Will Cost
ra.
Can yon afford tow't|te^h ratea charged by
?*k?r companies, wlien you cmb get money from as
at this small charge? --Yon can carry the loan as
tang *s yo* like* ?and tfctfr^aa'tio other expense. No
if &2ss*zsrt^o^*',oog'
from ^lO upward. * - r??
ta|M? at delay. Amy amount
THE ONLY" IN DEPENDENT, COMPANY.
National Loan and Investment Co.,
N.B. cor. 18th and Q nts., 4th floor, opp. Treasury.
fa2-tf.24
nONEY
For everybody a* rate# lower than the lowest.
Don*t be deceived; come to aa and Investigate.
Business strictly confidential. No one knows of
yonr transactions with na. We lend sn fnrnltore,
pianos or salary. If you have a loan now any
where and need more money, come to as. Noth
ing deducted from loan. Yon get full amount. Ex
tenslona In case of sickness without extra charge.
Metropolitan Loan and
Trust Co.,
SOS E St. N.W.
fe6tf-20
L0A1
Of $10 or upward on furaltnre, pianos, aalary as
slgnment. etc., at th^ lowest rates of any com*
pnny In the city. No recording. No publicity.
Prirat. rooms on the second floor. Every payment
on loan reduce* Interest Loans with other com
fianlcs paid oft and more money advanced at a
ower rate. No expinse lo make loan.
Roonl 1. Warder Building, Vth and F n.w.
JaO-tf ,20
MONEY
Loans from $5 to $r>00 on furniture, pianos,
lioraea, wagons, &c.. without removal, at rates
lower than the lowest. No recording. No Inquiries
mode of friends of employer. No publicity. Easi
est terms and longest time. The cheapest place In
the city.
'? ?
918 F St. N.W. Rooms 12 and 13.
Easy atalrtray or elevator to eecond floor.
jag-tf 20
LOANS ON FCRMTTRL MAY BE OBTAINED
FROM THK COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO..
613 F St. N.W.
Absolutely No Deiay.
LOANE TAKEN L'P FfcOll OTHJSB COMPANIES.
feO If
Money Loaned Salaried People
And others without aerurlty; easy payments. Larg.
eat bnslnesa in 48 prlnomsf cities. TOLMAN,
oc2fi tf-8 Room 101. SM IKth st. a.w.
SEWING MACHINES.
Sewing HacKiine Bargains.
Singer .1 ? ? $5-00
Wheeler & Wilson.. $6.^o
Domestic ..... ^ .in... $9-50
Standard J:.'Ji $ro.oo
New Home $i i.oo
All warranted five years.
At Opperatreimer's,
? New Home Agency,
514 9thi?. ,K.W.
Machines repaired and warranted,
$1.00.
Machines, for rent, 50c. per week.
je1-7ftt.3S
ACCOUNTANTS.
J. E. BATES.
Public Accountant and Auditor.
OOcea. TOC and 708
Wsshlngton Loan and Trust building.
Oth and r ata. n.w Telephone ?72. .
Mercantile. C.r'jwr.tlon and Legal Accounting.
JelO-?.tf
MEDICAL.
DR. WKIUHT. SPKCIALI6T. 737 1TTH ST. N.W.
?Dtagr<sls of obscure diseases. New traatasaot
tor ctaionlc dlteasea. Coaaaltation true. Ner
vous iwortratlua. line trouble* and dime alt As
eases n retL Hours: u to 0. dslly; V to I te
?ay. "Phtne North 898 V. ly>tf
m sais?aotrsxs.
roi salwotjsxs.
FOB gALK?HOUSES.
Real Estate Now
And You'll Get the Advantage
of the Lowest Possible Price
That Will Be Quoted on It.
HE high-water mark of real estate selling registers in this office. Sellers and buy
/f 1 ers alike find it to their best interest to consult us.
Vs-*-/ It's advantage to any buyer to trade through a n office where so much real
estate is exploited. He finds the property he wants and doesn't have to content
himself with something that only partially meets his requirements. Then, too, the best real
estate values naturally seek an outlet here. Owners know we have facilities for getting
rid of their property quickly, and the very choicest propositions are offered us to sell. Ev
ery item in the list is a pertinent argument for you to invest, and these are but a few of
many equally <?reat values we have on our lists now.
You won't match any one of them next fall, when the biggest demand for houses
comes, at the pi Ices you can buy for now.
Only $4,400 Each.
$310 CASH?BALANCE 120 PER klO.
Just being finished?residences In tho
best section of Bloomingdale?Nos. 44,
46, 48, 68 to 73 Seaton st. Beautiful
houses; all the newest Improvements
and conveniences; 2 stories; cellar; re
ception hall; tiled baths; porcelain tubs;
stationary firash stands; beautiful man
tels, finished In hardwood; 3 entrances
to cellar: furnace heat. Room for stable
and public alley. One of the best real
estate offerings In Bloomingdale.
$5>'
5,000 House.
IN *10.000 LOCATION.
We have two (2) left?1463 and 65
Sheridan st. The prettiest, most mod
ern, best located 2-story houses In the
cKy. $6,000 house In a $10,000 neighbor
hood. Near the two (2t best car lines In
the city?3-MINUTE SCHEDULE. The
best constructed and most complete 2
story houses ever offered In this city.
TAKE A LOOK AT THEM. EVEN
SHOULD YOU NOT WISH TO BTTT.
TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT
THEM.
$5,
j,25?.
RENT?$41 A MONTH.
Near Pension Office on a lettered
street. Owner wishes cash to Invest In
business enterprise. Willing to make a
big sacrifice.
$3,IOO.
RENT?J24 A MONTH.
A good Investment for some one. Near
18th and P sts. T-room brick house.
Well constructed and nloely finished.
Lot 18x90.
$3.
A bargain?$3,500.
Near Capitol. *350 rash-balance. *20
monthly. Two stories; cellar; reception
hall; furnace heat. Rents for $25. One
of the most modern houses.
Special value?$3,250.
Store and dwelling on (3 st. N. E., In
fine condition Rents for *25. A fine In
vestment.
$2,350 each.
3 brick houses on L st. N. W., each
house containing 6 rooms and bath.
Rents for $17.50.
An investment?$7,000.
On 6th st. N.W.. a modern house in
a good location. Rents for *83. Large
lot.
Splendid opportunity?$8,400.
Four fl-room bricks on a lettered
street. Rent for $70.
$6,500.
RENT?$60 A MONTH.
Nearly new. splendidly constructed
houses, one square from East Capitol
street. Convenient to cars and an un
usually good Investment.
$6,500.
RENT?*54 A MONTH.
Not far from British Embassy. 11
room house, 2 baths, finished In the
fineet manner, well planned and well
finished. Lot 20x120.
J,OOO.
RE. 'T-*22.50 A MONTH.
Yon can'- beat this. A new 7-room
brick, with bath, cellar and furnace
heat.
$3,850.
RENT?*30 A MONTH.
Owner willing to sacrifice this new 8
room house; cellar; furnace heat. Bet
ter Investigate, It may be Just what you
want.
Only $3,000.
Sixth st n.w. between M and N. Two
stories, 6 rooms and bath. A well-con
structed house and convenient location.
See this?$5,000.
A well constructed house on B street
near 4th. 2 stories; cellar; furnace
heat. 8 large rooms, well finished and
well planned. Lot 21x97.
To be sacrificed.
A beautiful dwelling on Maryland ave
nue near 6th St., with large stable.
Owner going west and will sacrifice at a
loss of *2.000. 8 storlee; 10 rooms. Hot
water heat; finished In the finest quality
materials, and well constructed through
out. Brick stable.
A desirable home?$5,500.
A party who has seen almost every
house In the northwest that's for sale
says this Is the best constructed house
for the money he has seen. Owner built
It for his home. 9 rooms; HOT WATER
HEAT: tiled vestibule; tiled bath.
Fronts south on an avenue.
Cheap at $5,700.
Westminster st., no-th side. One of
the first-class constructed houses. 3
stories; baths and all modern conven
iences. Lot 18.9x90.
Wav under price?$3,500.
One of the best houses In the south
west. Nothing better at ?.500 nearby.
New houses, 2 stories; cellar; reception
hall; FURNACE HEAT. Best mantels;
near 2 car lines. Well planned; all the
conveniences one could wish for. Good
size lot. Investigate this and appreciate
what a good Investment It is.
15,800?A cheap house on O st. n.w.; 3
stories; cellar, saloon parlor, din
ing room, pantry and kitchpn on
one floor; 6 bed rooms and bath;
lot 20x100.
*7.500 for this residence?Near Scott Cir
cle; an attractive dwelling; 30
feet front; contains 9 rooms, bath,
cellar.
Less than *4,000 will buy this house?
1013 B st. s.e.; can be purchased
for less than $4,000; the best bar
gain in the s.e. section.
Less than $3,900 each for 426 and 428
Q st. n.w.?Two stories, cellar;
furnace; 7 rooms and bath; rent
ing for *25.50 and $2*',.50.
*4,500?Estate property?Must be told;
N st. near 10th; 3 stories, 9 rooms:
lot alone worth the price; size
24.6x120 to wide alley; price,
*4,500; rents for $30.
*4,350?Renting for *35 a month: 9
rooms; good lot; west of 14th st.
*5.500?M st. nedr 6th; 10 rooms; lot
21x100.
Reduced to *3.700?1st st n.w. near R;
9 rooms; good-sized lot.
$4,000?A cheap house?H st. near 5th
n.w.; 8 rooms, bath, porcelain tub;
lot 19x100.
$3.500?6th st. n.w. near H; 7 rooms,
bath; lot 22x100.
*3,000?A cheap home; good investment?
A nearly new house for *3.000;
renting for $22.50; OWNER
LEAVING CITY; MUST SELL:
In Bloomingdale near 1st and 8
sts.; bay-windowed brick; 6
rooms; bath; cellar; furnace.
$2,900?Renting for *23; 3 stories; 21st
st. n.w.
$4,600?Reduced from $5.700?An excep
tionally well-constructed new
house, on an ave. south of T st.;
beautiful bath; porcelain tub; all
large rooms; lot 18x85; alley.
*3,650?A northwest corner near 10th and
E sts. n.e.; 7 rooms and bath; 2
liny windows; formerly held at
$4,000.
*4.150?An 8-room 2-story house; 4".
rooms deep on a floor; cellar;
furnace; near Stanton Park.
*4,300?2-story 8-room house with cellar;
SIDE LIGHT; near 9th and D
sts. n.e.
*3.800?Renting for $30; a new house; 2
stories: 4 rooms deep; cellar; RE
CEPTION HALL: TILED BATH;
porches front and rear; adjoining
house sold for $4.C00.
*4,500?S st. I?et. 1st and N. Cap. sts.; 8
rooms: first-class condition.
$8,900?% sq. from 7th st. n.w.: only
$3,90o; a corner dwelling, 2
stories, cellar. 8 rooms and bath;
lot 21x100; alley; owned by a
Virginia man who wants to put
his money in a farm.
$3,500?Near 16th and "T"?very choice lo
cation?not one colored on the
block. Two stories; cellar; six
rooms; bath; furnace.
s
Less than cost?$3,350.
If you're looking for a bargain, look at
these pretty stone and brick houses on
11th st. near Lincoln Park. They cost
exactly *4.900 to build. Good as new and
well rented. A bargain for a home or
an Investment.
Under value?$4,200.
Cheapest house and the best location
In this section. Cost >1,500 to build The
materials were of the best to be ob
tained, and the class of work Is the
finest. Over *4.000 loaned on it. 10
large, airy rooms: reception hall; tiled
bath, porcelain tub. Lot 19x110. Worth
Investigating.
On Columbia Heights?$7,250.
1354 Columbia road. Worth *8.500 10
rooms; 2 baths; 2 stairways; steam
heat; high ground, level, paved street:
near 14th st. cars. In a few months
oars will be running on 11th st; 10 min
utes' ride to Boston House, city post
office and Center market. These terms:
*600 cash, *750 In monthly notes of *25
each. Balance *6,OOO oan remain for 10
years, at 5 per cent, with privilege of
making payments If desired.
Reduced to $5,750.
Beautiful new three-story houses, *
few steps from oars: In one of the choic
est residence sections; parlor recepUon
hall, dining room, pantry and kitchen on
first floor; all In hardwood finish; 6 love
ly bed rooms f.nd beautlfiil tiled ImUIis;
rear porches and the most artistic dec
orations and elegant mantels. Must be
seen to be appreciated.
$7,250 eac
Agents, owners and e\?srybody say
these houses are the best for the money
they know of. On Columbia road near
13th st. They would be cheap at **.250
One of the best locations on the Heights.
Two baths; 10 rooms; two stairways;
rear porches and steam heat. Look at
them and you'll agree with every one
that they're the best Investments offered
in Columbia Heights property.
For $5,950 each.
FULLY *1.000 BELOW VALUE.
Beautiful, new S-story houses; 4 rooms
deep; TILED BATHS; 2 stairways;
STEAM HEAT; 3576 and 78 13th: a
square improved by many handsome
houses costing from *7.000 to *15 Oft I.
The extensions of the 14th and 11th ?t.
car lines come within a square of these
houses.
$3,500.
*350 CASH-BALANCE *20 A MONTH
AT 4% AND 5%
Near the Capitol, nnd nearly new; 3
stories; cellar: reception hall: furnace
heat. Rents for $25 a month. One of
the most desirable location on tho Hill.
*3.150?A bargain N. E.. on F ?t.?Seven
rooms and bath. Those who have
looked at it say It is a cheap
house.
$2.750?6th ?t. n.e.?Six rooms and bath;
lot 20x100; alley.
$2.900?Near Lincoln Park, on avenue
Six rooms and bath.
$3,330?11th St.. near A^Stone and brh-k;
six rooms and bath; side alley.
*2,700?"A" st s.e.?Two stories; cellar;
six rooms and bath.
*3.500?9th st. n.e.. near D?Si* rooms
and bath; good location.
*2.850?D st. n.e., near 4th?Six rooms
and bath.
*3,000?RENTING FOR *26 a mo.-7
room brick dwelling on ltfth St.
$3,500?Near 9th and 7th st. oars; good,
wide lot: house six rooms and
bath; lot 24x-95. Reduced from *4.
800.
$2.750?6th st. n.w.?Six rooms; bath;
cellar; lot 24x70. WEI.L BUILT.
A VERY PRETTY HOME.
*3,000?6th st. n.w., near "M"?Bay win
dow brtck: six rooms and bath;
well rented.
*3,500?A pretty new two-story bay
window brick: on Florida ave. n.
w. Rents *25.
*3,750?4th st. n.w.?Two stories; cellar;
furnace; lot 25x72.
*3,000?Worth *3,600?In Bloomingdale?
Two stories; cellar; furnace.
Rents *22.50.
$3,20i>?Near Pension Office?Pretty two
story dwelling: full bay window;
pressed brick.
*3.650?Rents for *26.50?A solid-built
new two-story seven-room brick,
with cellar, furnace, side and rear
alleys; on a lettered street, south
of R st.
*3.350?11th st. n.e.. between A and B;
7 rooms; bath; stone and brick.
*3.150?F st. n.e.. between 10th and 11th;
2 stories and basement.
*2,700?5th st. n.e., 6 rooms and bath;
loit 20x100.
*3,750? lOth st. n.e., between B and C;
8 rooms and bath; 22x100.
*2,900?Bay window brick; 6 rooms and
bath; on D st n.e., near 4th.
*2.650?6th st. n.e., between B and C;
bay window brick; 6 rooms and
bath.
*3.500?"Q" st. near 7th?Bay-window
brick; 6 pretty rooms and bath.
*3,800?Northwest? More lot than moat of
them. 30x120. A very good 7
room bay-window brick with
bath. A GOOD RENTER.
*4,800?Renting for $T6 a month. "G" st.
n.w. 10 rooms. 21x73. 4 rooms
deep.
*5,760?Renting for *52. Nearly new;
northwest; 10 rooms; lot 20x90;
alley.
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IN WASHINGTON.
PERSONS CAREFULLY COACHED FOB ANT
college. university, high school, graded school or
civil service examination. Individual attention.
Preparation guaranteed. Special terma for July.
Addreae PREPARATION, Bur offlce. Jyl6-12t*
SUMMER TERH.
College-Preparatory and Grade*. Beat native
teachers French, German, Spanish. Teachers of
I.atlii, Greek, Math., English Branches.college-bred,
experienced, tborcngh. Principal has bad 11 years
engagement (Latin and Math.) Central High School.
Seseicna throughout year, morning, late afternoon
and evening. Day and boarding depta. Catalogues,
r. M. HALL. A.M.,
Principal Hall-Noyes School,
jyl3-12t*14 221 E at. n.w.
FBENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL.
Only 80 leaaona to pronounce well, apeak, read,
nrderstand. A lew boarding pupils taken. MLLE.
V. PBUD'HOMME (moved to) 301 D at. n.w.
JjlS-tt*
THK STUDIOS OF DB. KIMBALL AND MBS.
GOODHUE, at 1010 F at., will be alien on
Tuesday and Friday for the reception W poplls
during the emsmer. Iyl6-3st
French-Spanish-German
BERLITZ SCHOOL. PR IN.. A. OONABD.
723 14TH ST. OPEN ALL SUMMSK.
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THK COLUMBIA KINDEBGARTKN TRAINING
School. 1011 New Hamptfiire anna. Washing
ton. D. C. opens eth year Oct. 8, 1MM.
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EDUCATIONAL.
IN WASHINGTON.
SPANISH LANGUAGE SCHOOL.
Speaking. commercial corrcapoudfnee and trans
lating rapidly learned. Summer rates; trial free.
Nstlre teacher* 1231 N. Y. are. Prof. JOSE do
OOMAtt. Prln. apli-tf-B
OUT OF WASHINGTON.
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE.
ANNAPOLIS. MI). Established ISM. Claaalcal
and Scientific College Coarse*. Also Preparatory
Sehool for Boy a. fitting for St. John's or other
colleges. Military Department under arm? officer.
Term begins September 21 at.
AiUma THOMAS FELL, A.M.. Ph.D.. LL.D.
Jy20-eod26t
ACADEMY. ROCKVILLE. MD.. FOR BOYS: IDEAL
training school; home life, lndlrldual care and In
struction: Ota far university or life. Address W.
P. MASON. U. S. N. A.. Prill. Jjrlft-82t?
STEAM CARPET CLEABIHG.
THE AMMONIATED STEAM CARPET CLEANING
and U. 8. Metal Bad Co.?Csrpeta taken up,
cleaned, stored and relabl. Mattreaaea made to or
der and remade. Iron beds, springs, -oerhes and
Aliens. M. NEWMYBE, DOT 11th slYw. Rochdale
?Worfcs.^1065 * 10ST 28th st. Phone Main MM.
The Harrison County Infirmary, two miles
west of Cadis, Ohio, was burned to the
ground Thursday. It wa* ralued at $TB.OOU.
The Ion to only partially covered by In
surance.
BUBAL MAIL CABBIXB8 PROTEST
Wheat Crop Not Up to Expectation*??
Sharpcburg Monumunt*.
Special Con*sp?M?enc? of Th? Ktto1i? Star.
HAGERSTOWN. Md.. July 21, 19H4.
A representative of a New Turk oorpora
tlon wrote Mayor Strlte relative to a sit*
for an automobile factory.
Thirty-two rural mall carrier* of Wash
ington county entered a protest to the
department at Waahfngton respecting sai
arlea now received, t'nder the new taw
every carrier whose route la over twenty
four miles ta to receive a maximum annual
salary of 1730, but not one of the Wash
ington county carriers had his salary
raised.
Many farmers here complain that wheat
has not turned out as expected. There was
a heavy growth of straw, but heads did not
All out properly.
Three ladles took clrll service examination
for printers' aaalatant, bureau of engraving
and printing. Washington. Wednesday.
Pennsylvania's thirteen new monuments
for Antietam battlefield arrived at Sharps
burg yesterday. The aggregate weight of
the monument* ta about 390 tons. They are
varied design. HBM surmounted by bronae
statues and others being solely of granite
construction. Not one of the monumenta,
it la aald coat less than 12.5(10. Dedication
of these handsome memorial* will occur og
September 17, the anniversary of the bwttl*

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