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Some Excellent Property to be
Put Upon the Market
During This Week.
TO SELL A PRINTING PLANT
Henrico Farm Property is Also
on the List?Sonic of the
Real estate men are offering a very
attractive feast to Investors this week.
So far as known, but one ple';e of prop?
erty put up at uuctlon last week was
taken down, not sold. This Is very en?
couraging, but the tact must not be lost
sight of that better weather tor out-of
door sales could not possibly have been
had. it was also Ideal building weather,
and new residences were begun and rapid
progress made on those airoa?y under
The attractions for those desiring good
real estate begins to-day. C. L. and H.
Lfc Denoon, agenta, will offer at 4:30
o'clock to-morrow afternoon the large
three story brick dwelling, No. 1S00 Ross
Street. This house .contains ten large
rooms and haa a lot fronting twenty-five
Henrico farm property Is the other of?
fering for to-morrow afternoon. Sutlon
fc Co. will sell n tract of land of slightly
more than eighteen acres on the Hun?
gary road, about one-half a mile east
of Laurel staUon, on the Richmond, Fred
?iHcksburg and Potomac road. This Is
a court sale.
J. Thompson Brown & Co. have
most d?sira>'e house for sale Tuesday
afternoon. This is the corner residence,
?jTo. PI? East Marshall Street. It Is a
commodious and substantially built press
brick dwelling of three stories. It has
twelve rooms, private baths and every
modern appointment of a desirable home.
SELL PRINTING PLANT.
On Wednesday George W. Mayo, auc?
tioneer, will offer for O. W. Hankins.
administrator of the estate of John E.
Hankins, deceased, the printing plant
owned by the deceased. The sale will
.take place at the rooms occupied at pree
"ent by the plant. No. 2 South Twelfth
Street. The good will of the former
owner will also be sold. There has been
? printing establishment at this place
for twenty years or more. A desirable
A desirable brick store in Pulton will
.be offered for sale by the William B.
Plzzinl Company Wednesday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. This Is a corner store.
No. SS00 Lester Street The property
has more than fifty-four feet front.
At the same hour N. W. Bowe will
offer an attractive bay window detached
new brick residence, No. 2S0S Hanover
8treet, In Lee District. This Is said to bo
a particularly desirable piece of realty.
C. L. &. H. L. Denoon will offer on
Thursday at'noon, a-farm on the Hun?
gary road, a mile north of Lakeside Park.
The tract has fifty-six acres. At 4 o'clock
this firm will offer a large vacant lot on
Hickory Street. Half an hour later,
Messrs. Denoon advertise the aale of No.
3 West Leigh Street. This is a brick store
and dwelling, and Is said to be a desirable
i?? BUiLiJiPiij <_in<_i-i.oo.
The light gray brick storo and office
buliding which the Whltlock estate Is
building at the southwest corner of
Eighth and Main Streets, is nearlng com?
pletion. The new structure Is a handsome
one, and for some years to come will meet
in he ght the demands likely to be made
upon a building by tenants as far up Main
Street as that.
Several residences are going up In the
neighborhood of Llbby Hill.. The old
Archer house." on Franklin, between
Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh, has
long been razed to the ground, and a
double brick tenement is in course of
erection on its site.
One of the events of the week In build
- !ng circles was the completion and open?
ing of the magnificent Chesterfield apart?
ment house. Nearly all of tho occupant?
have moved Into their apartments, and Il?
lustrating the appreciation of a modern
flat here, but a very few suites remain.
Another matter of Interest in build ng
circles is -ali? breaking of ground for
^Ight residencies In Loe District on West
Grace Street. This is the second eight
contracted for In this section In the past
iv EW BUILDINGS.
Among the new build ng are the follow?
ing erected by Prlddy & Delaney:
A residence for Mr. J. M. Delaney. on
. Ployd Avenue, at a cost of ?1.250.
A residence for Rev. J. W. Mitchell,
on West Grace Street, near Meadow
Street, at a cost of $5.500.
Residence for Mr. N, M. Council, at c
cost of ?6.0O0 on West Grace Si reel.
Store for Mr. J. T. Temple, on Broai
Street, et a cost of J15.000.
Two dwellings for Mr. W. J. Ready
on Vine Street, at a cost of 15,000 each
Residence for Misses lisslg, on Floyc
Avenue at a cost of J4.60U.
Buildings now being ereceted by Prldd:
& Delaney: Six dwellings for Mr. W. J
Ready, on Hanover and Walnut Streets
at a cost of 56 000.
A handsome res dene? on Grove Avenue
?. for Mrs. A. B. Blunt, at a cost of $12,O0t
Richmond: John T. Ramsey and wlf
end J. P. Dilla ni and wife to R. G. Dii
lard, 'It feet on east side of the Boulevan
K* 1-V feet north of Ivy Stree?. UM).
Henrietta C. and John B. Svlman i
John H. Nolde, ?61-3 ieet on west sin
Second St eet, 200 feet south of l.eiy
Street, tubject to deed of trust for $?,0u
Anr.le J. and Allen D. Wharton to V
J. Oilman, 'it feet on east side of Bouli
vara, between' ivy and Kensington Sii
Henrico: C. T. Ammons to Allen ?
Collins, recorded in Richmond Cliancei
Court June 2S. 1W3.
F. Sl'.tterdlng and wife to Marlon I
end Ifla C. Ty'er. 20 feet on north fcl<
Third Avenue, between Spruce tUid Jur
Gecrge S. Thomas and Wife. John l<e
pox and W. L. Crafton and wife to Mo
tor. B. Rosenhaum and Allen G. Colllr
17-* acres partly in Hanover and part
In Her.ricon county, with the mills fc
roerly known aa Bowles' Mill and afte
wards known as Chlcka hominy Mil
House? for fcaie or rent in any part
We can both sell ar.d rent any propel
JlEtfcd .with us.
Try ue and see.
A. J. CHEW.N.XG CC
INSURE TOUR DWELLING AND FUR
Mcv'UlCiH & ?UNN,
When You Want To Raise Money
There's Nothing So Good as Real Estate.
This is a Colonial design, very attrac?
tive and well planned to make a com?
fortable homo with modern arrangement.
It Is shown and estimated In frame, but
cat, be built in cither brick or stone at
an Increased cost. It Is a' most attractive
design, and inexpensive, because of its
Thcro Is a wide front piazza with heavy
columns, and from this we enter a ves?
tibule to the hall. There Is a pretty
window nook In the corner by the vesti?
bule, and a charming circular bay at
the foot of the stairs which have Colonial
trim. There are sliding doors Into the
library. ard\ from It to the dlnlng-roojl?
The library has a pretty little bay, and
both rooms havo corner fireplaces, plain
brick, with wood Colonial mantels. There
Is a back staircase and a very good
rantry, which la lighted by a large sash
In the cellar lobby. The kitchen Is a
good one, and there Is a laundry. Ser?
vants' W. C. on the porch.
On tho second floor are four bedrooms,
with bath. No attic rooms Included in
Plain plumbing. Hot air heating. The
finish Is popular throughout, painted, In
most rooms in Colonial fashion, tand
stained In ball and whero desired.
Walls siding; roof shingled. First story,
9 feet; second story, 8 feet. Cellar under
whole houee. Stono or brick foundation.
Width, 25 feet 6 Inches, not Including
bays; depth, 50 feeL
By C. L. & H. L. Dcnoo.i,
Real Estate Aeen'.s and Auctioneers,
o?l Main Street.
Large 3-Story Brick
No. 1306 Ross Street,
We will sell on the premises, on
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1903,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M., the above property.
The house contains about ten lar^e roo ?.s,
and the lot has a front of 25 feet wlih a
o. L. & H. L, DENOON.
nov 6-3t Auctioneers.
By Sutton & Co.
COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE
"- OF A
TRACT OF LAND. CONTAINING 18 4-10
ACRES, MORE OR LESS, LYING ON
THE HUNGARY RO*^>, ABOUT
ONE-HALF MILE EAST OF
LAUREL STATION, AN~?
FUR MANY -?EARS
ISHAM L. FORD, DECEASED.
In execution of a decree of the Circuit
Court of Henrlco. entered on ti e 22d day
ef January, l!to:i, In the sut of Isham ? .
Ford, Jr.. vs. Willie Ann Ford, the under,
signed Special Commissioner, ..ppjlr.ted
thereby, will offer for sale, at public auc?
tion, in front of Henrlco Cou..ty Cour.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1903,
(that being court day) at ? o'e.ock M,,
the property above described.
There Is a small, comlor ab e dwV.lIng
and Bomo outhouses ?? tho place.
TERiMS?One-third cash, r. s.due in 6
and 12 months, the purchaser to give h e
negotiable notes, with s ? p.r cent, .iddej.
and the (..ne retained until the whole of
the purchase money Is paid and a convey?
ance ordered by the court.
CON WAY R. SANDS.
I certify that the bond required of the
Special Commissioner la the above men?
tioned decree has been duly given.
J. E. BROADDUS,
nov 4-tds Clerk.
AUCTION SALES-Future Days
By Augustine Royall & Co. and
A. L. Adamson,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE
1 HULL? STREET PROPERTY ON
THURSDAY, NOVMBER 18, 19W, AT
4:30 O'CLOCK P. M., ON THE PREM?
ISES, HULL STREET, BETWEEN CTiJ
AND 7TH STREETS, IN THE CITY OF
By virtue of three (3) deeds of trust ex?
ecuted by Dora L. Starke and husband,
dated, respectively, March 7, 1S9D, Muy
23, l?90, and February 12, ???, to the trus?
tees of the Building and Loan and Trust
Company, of Manchester, Va., or their
successors In olltce, and recorded In the
Corporation Court for the said city in
D. B.. Vols. 11 and 13, pages 2?S, 422 and
28, ''and being required so to do by the
bentltciary, default having been made,
we, the undersigned trustees, will sell ut
public auction on the day, hour nnd place
named above that very valuable piece of
real estate, fronting IS feet on the southern
line of Hull Street, between Sixth and
Seventh Streets, by 155 feet deep to ? ti
alley. There I? a large two-sioty double
tenement build.ng on this lot, and all In
good order. This property Is a good rent?
er, and will pay well as an Investment.
For other particulars, call on the auc?
TERMS: Cash ns to expenses of sale
taxes, if any be due, and to discharge
the balance due upon tho debts eecuicc
In said deeds ?SS0.C7 and $313.88; the ?es!?
due upon such terms ns will be made
known at sale, but by consent of partit!
rauch more literal terms may be given.
A. !.. ADAMSON,
, E. W, WE1SIGER,
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
1113 Main Street.
Comer Brick Residence
No. 916 Marshall, Cor. 10th St.
5S.FT. VQRM3R LOT,
at public auction, on the memlses,
TUESUAV. NOV. 10TH, AT 4:3u P. M..
the COMMODIOUS and Sl.'BSTAN'l IA
I'RESS-BKICK dwelling of 3 glories; cor
tains anout 12 rooms, private baths uu
toilet rooms, wide balls, ic. ; Ik extra we
constructed, hi^h pitched, double wu.
on massive stone foundation; wlm
marble mantels, etc. The LOT fron
65 leet, about U? feet deep, arfordii
room, if de. lied, to build five, or mu?
houses, fronting Tenth Street, out ot mi
tenai In piesent structure, whuh wou
pay handsomely. The LOCATION for co
ventence to buslnfsa, colleges, nhurclit
markets und public but.dings is unsu
passed. It is specially adapted and 1
cated for a raying boardlng-hoube
professional purpose, the basement do
being trios*?ly above ground: would ma
? fine tu.'t of physician or dental otttut
end no better renting location could
TERMS?Libert,!, and announced
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.,
AUCTION SALES-Future Days
By C. L. & H. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
821 Main Stieet.
VALUABLE IMPROVED AND TJXTM
PROVED PROPERTY IN JACKSON
WARD. AND FARM OF C6 ACRES
NEAR LAUREL STATION AND
ONE MILE NORTH OF LA_KE
? SIDE PARK.
By virtue of 3 certain deeds of trust,
one dated Dec. 7. 1S9S. and of record In
D. B. 104 C, p. 459. In Richmond Chancery
Court; one dated Sept. 28, U9S, and ot
record in Eald court, and the other dated
July 17, U95, and of record in Henrico
County Court, D. B. 149 ?., p. 266, default
having been made In tho payment of cer?
tain notes therein secured, and, at (he
request of the beneficiaries, we will sell,
by public action, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, NOV. 12TH, 1903,
the property above mentioned, lu the fol?
First?at 12 o'clock M., the farm on the
Hungary Road. conta?*.ing 66 acres, more
or less, and lying about 1 mile north of
Lakes de Park.
Second?at 4 P. M., tho vacant lot on
the east line of Hickory Stieet, 532 feot
north of Baker Street, fronting 28 feel,
and running back between parallel lines
80 feet to an alley.
Third?at 4:30 P. M., the brick store and
dwelling, No. 3 West Leigh Street, lying
on tho south side of Leigh Street, be?
tween St. James and Adams Streets, be
g.nnlng 42 feet west of .SL James Street,
thence extending westwardly and front?
ing on Leigh St eet 25 foet, and running
back between parallel lines 100 feet to an
alley 10 feet wide.
TER.MS?Cash as to expenses of exe?
cuting these trusts; any delinquent taxo3
that may bo due, and a ratable propor?
tion of current taxes; and to pay the
following amounts:' $1,287.50, with Interest
trom Sept. 28, 190S, which Is a first Hen
on No. 3 West Leigh Street; $361.52, with
Interest thereon from Nov. 1, 1901, which
is a second lien, and $310. with Interest
the: eon from July 17, 1?98, which Is a
first lien on said 66 acres and the Hickory
Street lot; balance at 1 and 2 years.
C. L. DENOON.
Trustee Under 1st and 3d Deeds.
R. L. MONTAGUE,
Trustee Under 2d Deed.
C. L. & H. L. Denoon. Auctioneers.
Wm. B. Plzrlnl Company,
Real EsUite Auctioneers.
Tenth and Bank Street*.
UCTION SALB !
Desirable brick Store
Property in Fulton.
At the request of the owner we will offer et
mibllc auction, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 11, 11)03,
at 4,30 P. M., the splendid brick store and
dwelling No. 8S0O Lester Street, at the corner
ot Dennv; property being M'A foot front I y
116 feet deep, and the Improvements consl ting
of a splendidly constructed 2-story brick -u-re
end dwelling of 7 roome and bath, in nice c r
der This le a fine business location, on the
car line, In a growing and Improving section,
and should command the att.nllon or ? very
ono Interested In real estate Investments.
TERMS?Liberal and announced at sale,
Bv ?. W. Bovve.
Real Estate Auctioneer.
? THAT MOST
Attractive, Bay-Window, De?
tached New Brick Resi?
dence, No. 2008 Han?
IN LEE DISTRICT.
I will sell by public auction, on the
! premises, on
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 11, 1903,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M.. that well-bu.lt, hap
plly planned and well ventila ?d two-st ry
modern new bay window detached uIck
residence above referred to, on Hanover
Street, between Meadow and Ro..ia d
Streets, with 9 rooms. Latrobo ,-tote, pan?
try, store rooms, clo.ets, cemented ce ,r
and other modern Im, ro.e nenie. Lot
3f>xl7D't4 feet to a 20-foot alL-y. Can be
seen any day between 10 and 2 o'c oc.k.
This hoi.se was not built to be put pn
the market. nov C-lds
By Pollard & Bagby.
A UCTION SALE~UF SMALL TRUCK
r\ PLACE JUST EAST OF THE CITY
AT THE END OF TWENTY-EIGHT.1
STREET WITH DWELLING AND OTH?
ER BUILDINGS, CONTAINING THREE
ACRES MORE OR LESS; GOOD PLACE
FOR LIGHT TRUCKING.
For account of a party leaving the city
we will sell at auction on
THUIlSUAY EVENING, NOV. 12TH,
11 | at i:'J) o'clock tho above mentioned nice
Into farm. Land la In high state of cul?
tivation and produces well. Nice grape
orchard, stock, farming utensils and
poultry can also be bought; chance to get
nice I.ttle place right ut city limits.
TERMS at sale.
POLLARD &. BAGBY.
nov k-tds Auctioneers.
' R?ALT?STATE?For Sale.
svasi Orse? St. residence, something
nice; possession can be had
Centrally located dwelling, rent $3(X
per annum; prie? 12,750.
?. W. BO WE.
? North Eleventh Street.
REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
NEAR MEADOW STREET,
Per Foot, $70.
Shoice Lots on Grace Ureet,
, Per Foot, $50.
North ide of Park Avenue,
Per Foot, $35.
Cheapest Lot on Ivy Street,
Per Foot, $20.
VERY DEEP LOTS
on Strawberry and Elm.
Per Foot, $15.
GREEN & REDD,
1114 East Hain Street.
MODERN CITY HOMES,
Your Rent Will Buy
Ten new "Lee District" houses, ? to 10 i
rooms, $3,000 to $6,000. '
frame houses, Laurel, Linden, Cary and
other streets. 4 to 8 rooms.
?00 to $500 cash and $10 to $60 monthly;
you can occupy at once or draw the rents
and apply to payments.
J. THOMPSON BR3WH& CO.
A nice six room 'dwelling on Church
Hill. Small cash payment, balance on
long time. Cheap.
A good corner store (brick), with nine
room dwelling attached. Large lot, suit?
able lor. wood and coal. Good location,
with established grocery tmio.
J. A. LuN^EL^? & CO.,
1111 East Main Street.
LIST OF SP?CIAL BARGAINS
Lot, Ivy Street, not far irom Rowland,
&.\j.0j per toot.
Two small brick houses, rent $10 month,
price $t?<J. lb per cent. '??' ?
?um will buy a nice little home, Twenty
thud street; nice order; good location.
All ot the auove aro splendid bargains,
so corne at once If Interested.
POLLARE? & BAGBY.
Store house on East Franklin Street.
for many yea. s oocupied by a good ten?
ant ut wvAl per annum,.
H. fcw.LOON TAYLOR & CO.,
8 North frieventu St.
?fin? WiLL BUY A FIVE ROOM
f??? naui? r?agence In? the Heat
?.u; never vacant and a good renter.
WM. t?. *?*.**??;????
Tenth?and Lank Stivet?.
A Main Street store near Eighth,
ri. SKLBON TA*LOR-Jk CO
b North Eleventh St,
Thirty acres, suitable f?rtrucK or poul?
try tarm. N'lce seven-room dwelllnB.
with necessary out buildings; three ml.e?
from the city' Price ?a.WJu.OO. Payments
tilxty-flve acres, "?pe ralle from the ?jty
In line of improvements for euu-divlslon.
wltii nice house.
Eleven room houseTgood b??"?.?"'5 ?*
acre of laud, near street car line. Juel
outside of the corporate Uraltes, i-neap.
J. A CUNNELLY & CO.,
UU East Main Street,
very attiactlve cottage on Chestnut
?Ml; broad lot ?nd M.?TBt ?JftM order.
BUTTON ? LU.,
Tenth and Bank Streets.
near Allen Avenue at $53.00. A???'1 thej
C?t:aP? HARRISON & GRANT,
0 North Eleventh Street
REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
?orne of These May Suit You.
Frame, 8 rooms, E. Clay, $2.100.
Brick, 10 rooms, Floyd Ave., $0,760.
rrame. ? rooms, ?. 28th. $1,300. s
Brick, 6 looms, W. Marshall, $2,250.
irtck, 7 rooms. Plum, $3,000.
Frame, 6 rooms, ?. 28th, $1,400.
Brick, 7 rooms, W. Clay. $2,800.
Bricks 7 rooms, ?. Marshall, $2,750.
Brick, 8 roome, E. Broad, $4,o00.
.trame. 6 rooms, N, $800.
Brick, 10 rooms. E. Franklin. $3,000.
varm, 22 acres, good house, largo oak
rrove, near trolley, $3,000.
Frame, 8 rooms, E. Clay, $1,400.
E. A. CATLIN,
? North Eleventh Street,
R-? -?r>rt WILL BUY A SEVEN ROOM
?^???" brick residence, cantrally lo?
oted and a good renter at $20 per month.
WM. ?. P1ZZINI CO.,
Tenth and Bank Stieeta.
Corner Lot, Grace Si.
$60.00 per foot will buy a nice corner
ot on Grace Street,'near Lee monument.
POLLARD & BAGBY.
A desirable modern brick dwelling en
Main Street, near Beech.
H. SELDON TAYLOR & CO.,
8 North Eleventh St.
One hundred arid twenty-five acre
farm, In a hl?h state of cultivation. Nice
ten room residence and all necessary out?
buildings. Large lot of cord wood; seven
miles from city on the Breod Street Road. I 9
Four hundred acres, seven miles from t 6
the city. Good stock farm. Buildings In
ralr condition. About 8,000 cords of wood.
J. A. CONNELLY & CO..
1111 East Main Street.
11 rooms, 2 baths, all other modern Im?
provements, centrally located; now occu?
pied by first class tenant at
win purchase this. Call and let us show
It to you.
Edward S. Rose
11 North Uth Street.
Franklin, Grace, tho Avenues and Lee
Orcio ; less than cost of building alone;
LEE DISTRICT LOTS,
$ft.00 per foot under recent sales. An
Unusual chance to pick up bargains that
will enhance In value.
J. THOMPSON BROWN &. CO.
on Gro ? eaFynoldd mdZg9r c,f rue ,lfn
on Grpve and Floyd and Park Avenues
at private sole.
HARRISON & GRANT,
9 North Eleventh Street
HOW I THIS? $500 WILL BUY TWO
detached trame residences, renting
for $18 per month. Don't misa this op?
WM. B. PIZZJNI CO.,
Tenth and Bank Streets.
?, _nn EIGHT ROOM DWELLING,
?D,$'5UU "Home Place, lot 8UM feet
c? ??? brickTdwelling. CLAY,
v4'uu" Street, near Second; modern
?? erirt LARGE" CENTRALLY LO
3>4'5?? cated brick dwelling, twelve
rooms, modern improvements, beautiful
?B enn ?TNE " BRICK PROPERTY,
??O i5uu we.l located and paying ten
per cent, on price asked.
$-> inn BRICK DWELLING, EIGH1
^|?? rooms, large jot, Grace Streut,
HARRISON & GRANT,
9 North Eleventh Street.
$1,C00 will purchase nice Frame Dwell?
ing In "Falrmount," now renting for
?1?60 per month. This Is a good thing,
EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY.
Real Estate and Loans,
No. U North Eleventh, Street
REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
CHAP?N & HUME,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans.
At a very low figure a lot on Thlrty
urth Street, between Marshall and
lay, ???????; a lot on Ea.it Marshall
j-eet, 20x130. \
A nnnTW?-ST?U!' BRICK fXEW)
4"?? seven-room dwelling In tho
eat End, modern conveniences.
-? ??? EACH, TWO NEW BRICK
?,??? dwelling of six rooms omEaat
n.venlences, Just completed In Lee Die?
. . en ? W O - STORY FRAME
,?4?w dwellng of sx rooms on East
lay Street, near Twenty-sixth Street;
into lite.00 per annum.
> ? ->en t wo-story frame
ii^??-' dwelling of seven rooms on
hurty-flfth Street, In excellent order;
cod tenant; almost 12 per cent, lnvest
\At\r% THREE ROOM DWELLING.
4"" Canlngton Street; In first clash
rder; good tenant; over 15 per cent. In
estment; easy term.?? to quick purchaser.
) room dwolllng, Chestnut Hill, $3000 per
room dwelling, Chestnut Hill, $25.00 per
room dwelling, East Clay, $12.50 per
room dwelling, Spring 8treet, $9.00 per
Also several 8, 7 and 8 room dwellings
? West End.
? large or small sums; chargea reason
io'leotlons of Rent a Specialty.
Fire Insurance Written?Prompt
and Courteous Attention to
13 N. 12th Street.
M.500 will buy four ?-room frame
5WELLINGS on Weat Cary. rmtlng to excol
ent tenant? at $000 annum. A fine Investment.
J. B. ELAM A CO.,
r F ?T'S A NICE RESIDENCE ON
L Grace Street you are after, see ut?
jefore purchasing. ?'?/ may save money
HARRISON & GRANT,
Ri i? G?'.-a? Agents,
9 Noith Eleventh Street
Home nice and cheap dwellings In Lee
District and other parts of city; alsc
many nice building lots.
We can suit you. Only call and see
us. We will also lend you money to make
part of the cash payment
A. J. CHEWNING CO.
Farms, Mill?, &c.f For Sale.
GEO. E. CRAWFORD & CO.,
Catalogues Freo. 803 E. Main
PFFCrlW' OH I'ARK.
For Bale?40 foot Lots, 180, $i cash. U mirth
In Bcechwood Per?, on Seven Pine? flectrl'
line. Beautiful lake, shade and fine ipr!n:n
6ond for circular. BEECHWOOD PARK CO.
Uli Eaet Main._
Price. Location. Ann. renh
???,??? 7th, near Broad St., brick, $1,C!
?iu.ouo Main St. store, near lath, $l,o<
$ 5,000 Two Cars' St. sto es. $ b:
$ 5.WX) Modern ?? ? Clay Street, $ 6(
$ 3,000 Kour small West End houses. $ S(
$ ?,??? Two brick houses, Mayo St., $ ?
$ Lbuo Eight frame houses. BakorSt., $ S>
i Law Three frame houses, Bald?
win St., $ 1
$ 1,000 W. Leigh and Marshall St.. $ 1:
i ???? w? Laurel St, ? rooms, $ l?
$ B60 Two story frame. Canal St, $ l
$ 4u0 Holly and Church St., $ <
7 TO 20 PER CENT. NET.
I THOMPSON BROWN & CO
l?.?On WILL but A 7-ROOM ERIC
nWELLINO on 8oiith Cherry, near Cumbv
Itnd Street Renta $200 eiinum. See us aU>.
it . J. B. ELAM & CO..
REAL ESTATE?Fcr Rent.
franklin St. near Monroe Park, 14 rooms.
South Third St., near Gamble Hill Part?,
Now brick houses, Park Avenue, 10 room*.
Main St., neur Monroe Park, 8 rooms.
?336 Park Avenue. 8 rooms. $300.00.
Barton Heights cottages, 8 ruumn.
New house?, Wallace St., 7 rooms, $12.50. j
Bma.ler houses, 3 to 6 rooms, $5 to tifi per I
STORES, OFFICES. FLATS. ETC.
J, THOMPSON BROWN t CO.
1307 Park Avenue, nine room brick mod- '
em rcsldenco at $43) per annum.
1421 Grove Avenue, twelve room, brtelt
modern residence at $750 per annum.
1915, 1917 and 1019 Floyd Avenue, eight
room, brick residences at $'?00 per annum
I West Grace Street, twelve room, mod- '
ern Hat, nt $750 per annum.
Store COS East Clay Street at $26 per.'
Tlnrd floor, No, 20 East Broad, elevator?
water, etc., at $200 per annum.
Ulllces, 1 W. Grace 8treet, four looms,
suitable for doctor's ollice, at $300 per '
Southeast corner of Grace and Adame
atreots, thrco rooms, sultublo for a doc?
tor's ofllce, at $U0 per annum.
Two new residences on N. Adame
Street, between Grace and Franklin
Streets, sevon room modern, at $376 per .
WM. B. P1ZZINI CO.,
Tenth un<\ Bunk Stioete.
Store, B. W. cor. 10th & Byrd Sts.; now
In occupancy of 8. T. Bcvoildge & Co.*
railroad track, elevator, etc.
Store, N. W. cor. Cary & Uth Sts.f
Store, a. E. cor. Cary & Uth Sts.; fine
.store, S. E. cor. Cary & Htjj Sts.; fine
Warehouses on 12th, 13th, Uth and lBtb.
N. W. BOWE,
Real Estate and Loans, ?
pOR RENT. '
No. 201 East Franklin Street, handsome
Hat; only one loft.
No. 611 West Franklin Street, three story.
NO. 803 East Ftanklln, three story.
No, 201 East Franklin, handsome offic* ?
No. 317 E. Franklin (flat).
No. 21 s. Adams, six rooms.
No. 200 N. Twentieth, six rooms.
No. 309 N. Twenty-fourth, six rooms.
No. 207 Reservier Street, seven rooms.
No. 2908 E. Franklin, six rooms.
No. 1447 E. Franklin, sto-e and dwelling,
very attractive eight room new dwelling
on West Avenue.
SUTTOV & CO.,
Tenth and Bank Streets, ?
A Nice New 7-Room Subur?
Lot 70 ? 145.
hot and cold water, every convenience:
$20.00 per month, or will sell on monthly
REAL ESTATE TRUST CO..
1107 E. Main.
Three Lee monument houses)
tvo. 2CO Vine Street.
No. 211 Vine Street.
No. 302 Walnut Street
New and attractive.
A. J. CHEWNING CO.
? OR RENT,
Nine and one-eighth acres fine land, ell
in cultivation; 6 room frame dwelling;
?table, orchard, etc., 21-2 miles of city,
school and store close by.
Price $1.600. Terms: One-third cash, bal?
ance In 12 and 18 months.
R. B. CHAFF1N & CO. fine),
No. 1 North Tenth Street
NEW PENT LIST.
READY TO-DAY. CALL FOR ONE. FULL
Information about all houiei w* have vacant.
J. B. ELAM A CO .
12,500 Square Feet
el egant situation, siding at the door.
Address "RENTAL," care this ofllce.
No. 719 WEST MAIN
opposite Monroe Paris; 10 rooms and all
GREEN & REDD,
1114 East Main Street
No. 1CO0 Floyd Avenue; $550.00 per annum;
10 rooms. Poss. at once.
No. l?lO Park Avenue; $420.00 per annum;
8 rooms. Pors. at once.
No. 1917 Ivy Stieet; $iC3.00 per annum;
g rooms. Poes, at once.
No. 2(.9 W, Cary Street; $300.00 per annum!
8 rooms. Poss. at1 once.
No. 211 W. Cary Street; $300.00 per annum;
8 rooms, Poss. at once.
MCVEIGH & GUM,
REDUCED TO $500.00,
No. 837 W. Grace St.,
three-stories, detached, 12 rooms.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
No. 817 W. Franklin St.; 12 rooms, mod?
No. 1C8 S. 4th St, 8 rooms, modern and
rarm, with good dwelling, at 36th and
N. W. BOWE,
Rc-a) Estate and Loan?,
At northwest coiner of Leigh and Sev?
enth Streets, with about 6 rooms each.
These are strictly modern apartments,
DOUOLAS E. TAYLOR.
1115 E. Main Street
Suburb? Form with CltvComf orti,
rttt active nine room dwelling at Sher?
wood Park; heated by furnace; nas range,
hot and cold water, eleotilc lights and
bells; also large grove and olose to car
Une* DOUGLAS E. TAYLOa,
1115 E. Muln Street
That centrally located dwelling, 123 S.
Fourth Street, containing 7 rooms, bath,
otc.? also that attractive modern brick
dwelling 620 N. Eighth street, containing
8 rooms, range, bath, etc. Rents reason?
able? JOHN T. GODDIN,
Real Estate Agent
Sank and Eleventh ?treet?