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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHTA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER T, iOI&
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NATIONAL BANKS
INCREASE HOLDINGS
OF UTILITY ISSUES
Government Figures Show
Growing Demand for This
Class of Investment Se
curities Three-cent Fare
Fight Still On.
National bntiks of tho country are
inotig the most conservative purchasers
of KccurltlcH. Their directors consider
wisely nntf well before they Invest thr
moneys Intrusted to them, nud It Is up
parent that nny security which they pur
chase must have behind It, to a marked
degree, tho safety nnd conservatism
which clmractcilzo tho conduct of the
banks themselvcH.
It is Interesting to note what tho nu
tlonal banks have been doing In tho lata
fey years alone tho lino of public utility
Investments. Figures compiled by the
United States Comptroller of tho Cur
rency establish the fact that the only
ecurltlcs In which these banks Increased
their holdings In the last llvo years were
those of public service corporations.
Thcro was n consistent Increuse each
j-cnr until 1313 tho last MRU res available
when tho percentage reached in. I per
cent, ltnllroads aggregated 3.1.S per cent,
of tho bank holdings In 1MB; In 1912 they
had dtcrcaacd to 30.t per cent, and la.st
year they represented only VS.3 per cent.
Vnltcil States bonds lcprciented 17.2 per
cent, of tho holdings In 1003, but by 1313
they had decreased to 15.2 per cent. Statu
and municipals decreased from 23.7 per
tent. In 1909 to 15.2 per cent. In 1913. These
fljrures represent percentages of tho total
Investments.
Tho principal reason for the Incicas"'"
popii'arlt.N of public utility securities
tho fact that they combine safety
principal and Interest with attract
yield. It rosts mora to live these dn
than It did ten years ago. The cons
nuenee Is that tho Investor, to meet the
ndd'tional drain on his Income, naturally
turns to Investments In securities which
yield tho largest return and are, at the
name time, safe and conservative Cap
ital Hows Into Investment channels where
there Is the greatest return, founded, llrst
of all, on stability. Hlgh-grado public
utility bonds offer these Inducements In
marked degree to prospective Investors.
Tho report of tho Interborough rtapld
Transit Company for the year ended
Juno y, 1911, makes n favorable show
ing. Vas.'engcrs carr'cd Increased 17G70
15G; gross earnings Increased $1,017,523.
Bath, N. T., wants to build a W01
municipal light plant. Tho plan Is being
op ert by the Bath Oas and Electric
Companv and tho Rmplre State Gas and
Electric Association.
City Solicitor of To'cdo, O , has b-e'i
directed by the cotjntv to produce "con
rretn ntiiectlonV to th complaint of the
Toltdn Ttnllwnv and Light Company
agalns- the enformmont of the three- ent
fare onl'nnnce. The companv nay It
lis- ' n n vera cp o' jiij a dav slnre
Jinrrli JS when the far ordlnunco be
came. ctTectlve. th"ough Its refusal to ac-!
cept three-cent fnrca on Its cars.
The Arkansas Light and Power Com
pany has bein In-orriorntPtI at Little
Hock, Ark., with "0.000 capital, to build
and operate power plants.
Co'nmonwealtli Power. IlnlUr.iv ml
Light Company, one of the Inrgost pub
lic utility holding companies In this coun
try, gained 6.3 per cent. In gross, 71 nrr
cent. In net. and 7.3 per cent. In balaneo
In the 12-month period ended July 31 last.
OrosB earnings of the company for July
Increased 8.9 per cent., and net trained
8 8 per cent. The company operates In
Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and ".Vis-
JIEAL BSTATK FOn SAfcn
GKIl.MANTOW.V.
consln. :WM', Clark & Co., of this city,
nro assocyted In its management,
Lehigh- Valley llnllroail has petitioned
tho Public Hnrvleo t'omnilsslon of Now
York for permission to discontinue pas
senger service on Its btanch line from
Geneva to fienrra Kails, through Water
loo. Attorneys for the toad declare that
average passenger receipts were only 16.6
cents n day, only ono passenger bolng
carried, nnd that operations were at n
net loss of $1.91 dally, Itoarlng on the
caso was adjourned until next Friday.
GERMAN DANK STATEMENT
The Hank of (Winunv tidav l-tsiieii the
following -tntovneht, na of September 7:
tltllllon bank cei tlllcales and notet. de
creased, 5.078,0O): gold Incrrasf'il $23PI'J,
OiXii loans Increased $3 8i.1 MO: discounts
and Treasury eeillflcates decreased $70,
2$S,0iMi commercial paper docreased $!'!,
ti2i,vub; notes in circulation d-errrtcd $96,
S07.00J; deposits decreased $22,393,000.
MORE COTTON IN STOCK
IncrenRPfl Amount Held in Ware
houses, Savs Census Report.
WAftrilNOTON" Kopt. U.-A report to
day Issued bv tho (Vn-iiq llurrau tthows
cotton, exeluslvo of tlntrrs, consumed
during AUKUt, n."i.2iVi i-titminu bales In
1914. comnnted wIMi 1.12.T0 hnls In 1913:
hold In manufacturing putnbllshments on
August 31 677. tOS Imlng lit 191 1 nnd 717.701
In 1913! and In Independent wntehousest,
u'C..s:" bales In 1914 and tfi?.9'2 In 1913.
Imports. 27 0S7 etiulva'ent Son-pound bales
In 1914 and 7785 In 1911- exports, Including
llnters, 21,210 running bate In 19H and
257,172 In inn. Cotton plndleS active dur
ing August, 30,349.902 In 1911 and 30,602 2S2
In 1913.
T ltllPVfl rnnolttrm't ,tMlir ,lll.tt, 21 1
bnlea In 1914 and 2i',.rro In 1911; held !n
manu'acturlnr r,tnliil-i"fnt "1.149 ba'ea
In 1914 and "Ml t, tot. r,nl t ,iP.
ppiidpnt wnrolumjTW, :) li'l hnloa In 1911
nnd 27.37S In 1911. Exported 855 bales In
1911.
LIVERPOOL COTTON
I.IVFUPOOI.. Sent. Il.-Hrot cotli-u, im
eltnitirpil' Import" K'HI ln1p, Itti'liKlliiar 1071
t.ni ' -
ANWWWCFR OIT, CTJT
INDRPrJXnENCK. Kan . Sent. M.-A
cut of 10 cents a barrel to 65 cpiKh In tho
prlcp of mldcontlnont crude oil has bpeii
ati"ottncp(l by the 1'ialrle Oil and Gas
Company.
LONDON 'CHANGE MAY OPEN
Trading Brisk and Brokers Expect
Qcncrnl Resumption Within the
Next Month.
LONDON, Sept. . A member of the
Loudon Slock Exchange Committee said
today that the reopening of tho exchange
was possible within a month. Throck
morton street was very optimistic and
trading In (securities wan fairly brisk.
Tho Edinburgh nud Glasgow Btock ex
changes purpose to co-operato with the
London exchange In arranging: remaining
commitments at the prices at the ctose
of buslnesa on July 30 or contangolng at
8 to 10 per cent, with funds supplied by
it repiesentatlvo body of tho leading
members.
Italcs for bills were easy today at 3'i
per cent, nnd upward, ngalust 3,i to "
per cent, on Saturday, notwithstanding
that there will bo Issued on Wednesday
Xir,,ffl0,ii0O treasury bills. Call loans wore
2 per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN PRICES
ntlAli ESTATH FOIl BAI.I3
JHAJN MNB
Ovrrbrook
MBA I. fJSTATH FOIt SAIiEl,
MAIN MtVB
Oterhronk
Quotations for Cereals and Provisions
and Fluctuations.
CHICAGO. Pent. 11. The quotations for
grain anu nruMRiuns touay were;
t,i'.ullnc futures
hent-September
Mnv t IV:
Corn (new dellvory).
S-cpfmlKT i'j;
itocemlicr
May .........
Ptt
PepU'inUf r ....
ltoeember
Mav
l.nru
ctiteml)5r ....
(t.tnher
j-tnuary
lllM
vp,li'mber "
"rtobor ...... ,
.Inmisty
Turk
Wpitrii.br ....
.Innunry , . .
ICil. tAskecl,
Open. High.
i.'p'iu i.iVitj
'.'J i.isw
774
72J
iO
47'i
mil
cn:;
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17.,
Katurday'n
XiOW. rpf.
I timj
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47T4
tsi
771',
7lfi
47
0.27
D.7S
. .1117
..10.02
10.O)
11. H7
10.73
P-J7
U.75
1I.S7
10.02
O.OH
m.i-
0.S2
17.7.1
ii :n
10.07
.20.25 20.12
..... 17. TO
20.23 r-'OSO
N. Y. WHEAT MARKET
Ni:V VOItK, Hcpt. II. Wheat ononeil 21-.
lo lr lower an rcpeateil ruecensi-s or the allies
In I'iuratiO ntnl largo receipts of sprlnn wheat.
At points there was heavy general selling By
lungs. Com ',4c. to lie. lower.
WHEAT SHIPMENTS ABROAD
Shipments of wheat front this country
Liverpool last week totaled 8,233,000
h"l3; corn, 3S.0OO bushels; oats, 3,122,-
hiishels. Canada conttlbuted 2,6I3,000
ithels of wheat and aSO.000 bushels of
. o rn.
'ATE
nn.vi, us1
CUNKIIAI,
ni:.vi nsTATi:
(ii:M;itAr
MSKwiS-p-s
$8500
Terms to Conform
With Existing
Business Conditions
A BlnRlo ull-itnne folnnlal
homo eurlt na 1 am oirnrlng
liai nr len offefl li'forr
In ihn flulitirbs for Jfi.VX). 11
mitutPfi from Hniart Ht. Pt
tlni ai tnlnttp i,y trollfy.
I) m looking t.'rtlrmount Park,
fipim'-n nvorbro'ik. In a
ri1fcli1rtioo,l nf 112,000 to
I0."KXI linniM. Trrms to ron
form with thu present uul
licsu comllHoliJ.
McCLATCHY
Owner, Land Tltto Hull, ling
IlIJAfJ KSTATB roil HAT.B
onMcitAi,
nKAIi 1JSTATH FOIl 8AtB
(ii:M:itAi,
This office has facilities for collecting rents in any
part of Philadelphia.
We are now successfully managing properties in 29
wards and can care for any property from
Germantown to League Island and from
Camden to Cobb's Creek.
TRY US
Thomas A. Redding & Son
709 Walnut St. 306 S. 52d St.
I
"HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF"
Two-Thirds of Operation Sold Before Completion
McGarvey's Overbrook Homes
Price $3700 62d St. North of Lansdowne Ave.
Don't Delay if You Desire One
JOHN N. McGARVEY
Jiuilder atul Owner, on Premises
Any car crossing 60th Street or Overbrook Car
Will pass you direct to operation for one fare
J)
Mirrm:.sT
NOItill
WILLIAM F. DEAKYNE
REAL ESTATE & MORTGAGE BONDS
OF THE BETTER CLASS
Gilt Edge First Mortgages
fir ale from J1S0O) to jonoii. Title anil
lire insurance and nil paper trie.
Donnelly & Suess
r.nmoit and okhmantqw.v aves.
yourth
JKAI. USTATi: FOR HE.VT
IIE.NTAI. UST
O. C. HKIUEI. & CO.
nl Catlowhlll mt. utuh
Tltowwu.trtK.;i?W?"f.l'J..
IetSr t,,c.ullabI for rPr Iwx biiUness.
X?ii ft. r'l. ' Itoors and bnium.n,
. t A fkfl 1U bl.l ..
PS5' Mi,J ,fl0"r. lmnr. etc.' '-"'mo
i-Qtjvs Market t'ji jwv i '" "',',H,
s.15 n TA. T.' ' N. Ilroai . ",i it
ANNOUNCES REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES
TO
BELLEVUE-STRATFORD
SUITE A FIRST FLOOR
WALNUT ST. AND BELLEVUE COURT
PHILADELPHIA
EAST
iiumi i t'.' J-UJ " "
TllllllllXU
The Only Location
North Side of
N. E. Boulevard
Uetwecn 9th and 10th Sts.
Hot water heat, electric light
ing, gas kitchen, side yards.
Come and see them. Sample
house open daily and Sunday.
Agent on premises.
CIIAS. A. MAHON
1815 Old York Road
, ximmnininnmmiwiimm
must i'iiii, nr.i.rm
vt:ST rillMTJKI.I'lUA
m-v m,iiijiMMr.
irISI
Real Estate is the
Basis of All
Wealth
Ilut it mnt 1e vlty hanillfil,
otherwise It will nrov a Ions. If jnu
own priert , i must i"' lltat th
rcntH lire i-nllfiK-il tiromptlv. If you
uant t Hell, you ehouUl null for full
vuIup If sou buv. it slinulil lie (nr
n ri'imonrtble lluure. llutnlllntf Heat
ntnte no that It will tiuy Is up
buslnese. Wp are roacly to liandlu
yourn It "in '"' lo vour ndvantaBO
to in lie It over with us.
Auvici: riiiiu
Peoples Realty Co., Inc.
I'enna. Bldi?.. Phila.
Samuel T.Foxfi Co.
9th and Callowhill Sts.
Sale or Rent
BUSINESS
PROPERTIES
Stores and Dwellings
ESTABLISHED 1839
r
MR. HOME BUYER:
Dear Sir:
On March ID. 1011, we bioke
ROBINSON STREET
September 11, t'Jl.
round for our operation of "Otrrhroo!: homes" on
JCST NOllTH OP
l.ANSDOWNi; AVU.
This operation tonstbt or r.O tno-Mory houi. liullt on lots 15 Sx!4 fret. To
date wo hao soM 27 of these houses. althouRh not completely HnlshcJ, 21 of which
arc now occupied.
PRICE $3300
If you are contcmnlatlns; the purchase of a horn?, wo would he pleased to
have you Inppert theie houses.
They are equipped with ecry modern convenience. Including elaborate com
bination llslitlnir fixtures, h&t-wnter heat, parquetry floorn, basement laundry, beat
grade of hardware ntrl beautiful Interior decoration, etc.
The transit facilities are unpquilrd. All i-ars crobslnc 00th Street imji north
to operation for one fare: or Overt.roolt am to (list Street nnd Lansdowne .Won'ic.
Samplo house is open dally and evenings. Come out today.
Respectfully yours.
R. H. PUGH BLK:
AND UWXER
r.GMISES
Estates Managed.
Rents and Interest Collected.
Wills, Deeds, Mortgages, etc., Drawn.
Fire Insurance
Conveyancing.
Notary Public.
MORTGAGES A SPECIALTY
Samuel H. Chestnut
Bell Telephone, Spruce 5864
1510 Chestnut Street
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HOT IMIII. M)i;l,IMIIV
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CaSOUTH 4QIHST. )
OFFER THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES FOR RENT:
I
4111 Spruce. l.-,r$i:.-..no
N i:. ;17-Clieslnut IB., "(
.1917 Sprui'. l.lr rj.'.rii)
Ml N. ;mh. 1r 100 oo
10111 Walnut. ISr InOOO
Jl'.Tl fipruc. 14r. loti.cc)
B10 Sprur-. lir. Sinn
sons Walnut. l.,r m.no
no., s loth, i.",r vt, ,
.".null Chestnut, l.lr T".oti
"M I.lnuood.l.'lr 7."..oo
III) I N ,".vii, 14r 7S.O0
'nit rf 15th, l.'lr 7m.(io
Ifiia Wnlnut. t,,r TO.00
MdO Pln. Ilir . 70.0H
rtnt" Wain it, 13r TO 0(1
-JI" Whlnut. Mr fcil.r,7
Ijoi) rh,ter. Mr 'i.V.ou
I
l"0." Pln. Mr.
"IMRjr., r:r..
moa s l.'uh. 1'Jr
n.!12 ftac-. 17r .
B02 t2d. Mr.
IT:7 Pin. IS- ..
I-.14 Pin-, IZr .
:;..21 'Mlnu(. Ur
I71 1 Waln'it. 14r
SH13 Rarlic. Mr
asi s nut. ir
r.402 Chester, IHr
IS'J P. 42d Mi
410.1 Pnru-. I lr
170!) Cheiter. r:r
t."02 Chester. 12r
2.1.". FnrraKUt .
40" Ppru, k. Mr
1217 f. r,7th. Mr
4HOS f-p flld, I2r
r.,i
rto.on
i;i".(h)
ilo.no
fiii.on
on 0'i
RO 01 1
tin im
flu.on
lill.lH)
r,r mi
r.s.oo
r,-,.no
ns.oo
r.s.oo
.-..-, no
32 .V)
r.2 no
sn.nn
S'.00
120!- 40th. 1!r .-,0 0l)
n.vi s ish, l.tr 60 oo
122 !. l.ith. l.",r f,0 )ii
il1 ChMtnut.Mr ,-,0.ti0
:iSir,SpriK, Mr CO 00
N i: t:i.H,iv'rc1 ' Ou
.""ll Walnut. 12r 7,0.00
I2.'lii 'hi,tnut.1r M flu
110 Spturo. 1"r r.n no
210 N. S'iih, Mr r.n.Oij
.".74., 1.0. ust. 12r r.n.00
421 S. 3M, I2r 47 r.n
12 N. 40th. 12r 43 OO
nor, .. (,th. Ilr 4S.00
10i:i s. )7th. 12r l.,.00
n:n Walnut. 12r 4., no
227 S. 4.th. Mr I S.00
1012 Pl-i-. 12r.. 4S.0')
M22 Pino. 12r.. t.'..0n
t " I ., Wa rn r.i;' on. 4 ... 00
.tool) Ffalt:mor.. 45.00
402.T Ualtlinorr. . 4.1.00
J2I0 S. .,7th. M- 4S.00
-2S s. irth. 12r 4S.00
110 s l.-,ih. Ilr 43.00
.-.H Wonrll',1 tr 43.00 ,
4124t;i-ard. 12r 42..V) I
1121 CHar. 12r. 12. .'O
- S Sth, 12r 42.30 '
4S1. Warrlnston. 45.SO
144 J Chc.tnui.12r 42.30 1
4 7.TJ Klni5!Slns 41 07
12."1 V. 41sf. 13r 40.OO
142 N". :i2d. I2r 40 no I
12IO . 31st. 1 lr. 4i'.i !
3'0- snrlnj-flH 1. . 40.no
tTtOTIniel. 12r. 40 00 '
il,0.; Ifam'lton
T.O07 fheter. 12r 340.00
74J N 41.'. Ilr 40.00
870U Hamilton. . 40.00
trtlii s Md. lOr :i7.-o
40 Mlllbourno . 37 30
200-Ln S. 43d, Ilr :i7.30
122S Chester, 12r 37.50
M07 Walnut. Ilr. 33.00
an s 43th ilr r.3.00
M2 S. eoth, Or.. 3.-00
1S17 Ite-ent, Ilr. 33.00
4013-10 Lo-u-t .. B.1.M
COS N. 43d, Kir. ;i-.00
12 ! 4-ld, 12r. 33.00
013 . BOth, nr. 33.00
l.".S !. 43d. 11 r. 3.1.00
ISSli h-tnut. Ilr 3.1.00
4243 Panao.-r, Ilr "3.00
411 N. 32,i 11r. S.l.fio
4412. 20 J!l-om.. 32.30
HIS V. ,4th. Ilr. 32.O0
3M4 r'e.lar, fir . . 32.30
41SS I,dv Ur . r.o.oo
2tt . r.7th. -or :mi.io
.-.!tt.".-r,i Pino. Ilr 30.0.1
:;22i na-r!tton . ao.fio
121 p. :.iih Ilr. sno
".221 Po-,l:on. 1 lr SO.iO
3V2.- MhMt Or.. 30.00
3it Hamilton .. .".nro
404:1 nre-n. lOr . RO.fm
4lf .n-oni 10r 30.00
.,' 1 ', Havrforrt . 2H.00
1 47 S" 33th tl-. 2" M
3?t PonMton Ur 2K.00
20' 13 IK Kh.u 2" 00
-.c.t'l rn- Or . . 2" 0.1
422 S 00th. D r 23.00
"Ot2 Market, store ami d"i Ins.
O.'J S. 320. iiore and .1'-l In.
1071 Hav-r'ord. ore an1 iwe.li
I;. r or aotn and ji-arc
41)7 Market Ai
40 00
SToni:;
?" Ir-"-eI III.', onrner store and d-r-...40
, .... --., in. aaiei, a.nrr anil Queiim!
o 4j3! lina-'-r tor
.V l"t.u sit; and uve.l'nf-
ii&
sri!Litn.N
Estate Will Sacrifice!
' V" 'V'v v'v.vs
USJ1'- "'
if! ..,7si- Jth,
tloore.'.'!0
10 SorlOK Ga.n- uv 115 2.:. . .- 20
HTuni Ts '"'" - noor.
i40V. lh..H... J!lA.PjLhB- . .
ft Irmount i V.' 7",?. 1-. tf: ?"?"
Fin . '-1 tiki nurrn n u n.. .
23 138 Thornmon
Market.
. ..-.."""' .. .
-aMM-'!.-."',l Ml. sis New
W7n4c i,'ir.i-.!-l..toro.
Pilrhiount ,1 ti'--oh 11 st.,
Cor . i ,nii vi7,. ' .'.-. ".. v."r- Hancook
Sut.N. VJ ."" Xn, ?."-"" w. "d
Wl Ha, iJWfcl.UXO oi'BKS '""
! KalrmounP ffi S? Market.
BSiS;;
.V'.' 'iitoawno.i . ii VA! :;,-..r? " P-.
" :.r. :'1'1 n 10r
large, attractive mansion, Mth spaeloua
rooms and beautiMI grounds, situated
on Tuli,eliockrn Jt . near rjreene, rluht
In tho heart of 'icrmaniown'e moat el
clUiiivo Bet'llon: 17 r.xinia, 3 baths, gar
UL'e. staUlo and many modern convenience-.
fc
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BUSINESS PROPERTIES
CENTRAL BUSINESS SITES
STORES AND DWELLINGS
HOMES IN ALL LOCATIONS
Glyndon Priestman j
5506 Germantown Avenue i f,
SALE
or
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS j
21 III "'. Hth it . 7 rooms, sale 2
1221S V ruuiih 11 . Hi ruoms. sule.... i'M
2.12' N nth t . 12 roams, fcale 4")
Hi3 N. I'lth ct.. 1.1 r.,onia. saU ""no
2JU7 N I'lik Jif. II I' ms. "le I'""' I
ill Id N. Ilroad it ,
.
rentI
a
Colonial Hotel
FOR SALE
60 rooms, 21 l,atli, 7 .wvaoi
lawn. Very de-.ir.iblt: situation
for school, sanitarium. At Me
dia Station, 14 miles from Phila
delphia. BENJ. T. LEVIS
107 West 2d St. Media, !a.
Larchwood Ave.
Near 30th St.
1 r'n.nin nnil laumlr k-m-deta. h"d;
-.latrr heating-. Perfe londltlon
j-ant CTpo-ur and outkwk.
4955 Walton Ave.
S noius: poreh; -outhe-n eposur; 10.
.i .In eay In rear. Mtuatvl In tlire-.
h" 1 nUprhhorhood O-nir ui'i.intf est.
v i' mdlco conrosiloiis.
Investment
T" i.'v dwelling rl e ',1.".u- rent
.'.' i;iedric lisht. hot-water heat. Dutch
halls, etu.
Potts & Townsend
1903 Baltimore Atc.
MYERS & BARTH
Ridge Ave. and 10th St.
.-.& ...M.
13 rooms, sdle in.tAi
11KNTS4
122" V I.iiij,htn at 10 rooms 2"
I7H N. I'arli ae.. 13 riwnu 10
Store, ISth and IMuphln 02
SEYMOUR & WEAVER
2322 NOHTH I3TU STUKUT
tr-
i
17 i.'.N" .--i !
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RHOADS&PAUL
Mortgage Funds
135 South Fifth St., Philadelphia
ti-a tl
JUh FYanklin
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AKTIIVn IIOSWEIJ,
"'0. -33 (formtrlr ill) ortli 13th si.
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erl". dilr,5,1---5" 3 -,ree' ront"; "liable
" ' Oeinrtiieiit or Karaite
3'& v ..... .IlKfAIK bllOl'd
M Mto'V'''! Hlr rooms,
,lrg.
and lUcu,
FlXJOIl-i
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m?-1v--V,I ftp -- -'
n uth :
upir tluors. lliio.
third floor. 17x7-. '
' v at ., 'it0.-.",8" recently mwJernlsed.
41U0 Vln. i" V..."V-r.f.-r street
iiamisimik iti:ii)i:.s( i; ,r
22o0 N. Kroad St.
Must Jj oltl ii . !'. osti. MuUe o(Ttr at
ad at a a i if lit
lias N. Kroad St.
Must to t.ul.1 to nuikc settlement.
1015-1017 Dakota St.
CHAS. W. SNYDER & SON
saoo noktii inn r.
STn,r-",tt.l.,,v?. ,,-n-' Uree roo
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?W,kV,,'fil
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12i.i i. -'"' 115.
flu v, u.'' u,Ij rero.ied
" . Wi, jun Iodei-s, tie.
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WM. H. LAMON & SON
20MI NOUill r'llwNT STUUI.V
313 Tabr ru.,d lnei. 1.' p. jnivd d .uHe
house, lut 7SxluS ft , 2 li'iiiU. in.ni".ai a.
1127 MurlUir. uuli n . rent til i rl. (lino
;' V husquelivi nu, ai . 2 Mory brUk and
slouohouM. Srouuis; all, onvenleius-: t-HUt
"HI KENT
ia:t V N'orrU tir all . . mc-nUac. ,fli o
2731 N I'dUlUorp. 7r ; good order .. 1'J-Ou
SOME NICE HOMES
1.' Pof-mi at"I tnn on
.OHil! JSTII M'HKt.r
HUNT ONLY 30
1 I IfifA y
C. W. Gabell, Jr.
514 Walnut Street
Real Estate
and Mortgages
Erdenheim Terrace
The Beauty Siiot
CHESTNUT MILL. 1'A.
IM--. aeraK ""-12'j f-i trim $210
I.i JIS.'.U. Th-o I i irr s'lllni; fait:
"0 loia soli In last tmi .tVa. A
prettier i hoi, er . in ,n,iv nlent
sput to hulld yimr MiLmrlan ' .jir.- in
not bo found, f'ftl o dir .! 'tp In
the tnill'y terminal n flu unit iliil
Tiolle llnute 2U M .it 'ii uriiuii I
mery aftornoon tunoa In.'.'Mtl. 1 ud
ai offiie or fend f'r :r, ilir and -4 a
lUt of these deslrulde Iik
II. J. DAOER, INC.
AMDi.nn. r..
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YONKER & SON
Real Estate
317 S. 56th Street
ort'Kiis inn sauu
,"ir- In rood bualnns .etloni,
,.rlrdlilo duelling? In sooi) real
ileniUI eectlons.
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REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
lti.'U ami 22 V
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itf.i, es. runnhifir ihmnj.h ,.. i,t-.. ..', ..l::11""1
0 loom,, mi conveniences, ijlioo each 1 "'
FOIl UKNT
li.il N. ilonard st
Ituces; 120.
1. J. MII.LI.lt, 1601 N,
11 rooms; all conven.
sEroNn st.
Real Estate : Mortgages
fui.wvun. Iiic lire Insurance Notar 1-ub-folletud
" Wa,uCJ- "'- ""J interest, I
HENRY G. ORMSBY
735 NIIKTII -OTII SV.
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Suburban I
j Real Estate 1
6th and Main Sl., Darby, I'd. i
The Best Propositions i ,
in uelaware Lounty g
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ANGORA TERRACE
53d to 55th St. One Square South of Baltimore Ave.
Rents
!?8WtaWayg
Then- "if
l,u!'dlnc
elil var.J i
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fperlal i,p' . c b' ..'r
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Alio vrgoru fuowaj ,a
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$35 v
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" ' ' i i ' . e mirror door,
- "'!- I, . ;..- neat, nlth
t irm.inn urr . t i nr. . inue. i nr with "L."
Jli at jour ooor un.y . inlnut-s jrom centre of
5ee Mr. Prince on Premises
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APARTMENTS
PALMER & HIRST
fil'.HM.VNinWN
MIHTHIIVST
REAL ESTATE
IN AM. Illt.NCHKS
PAUL M. AIYBRsf
lilANKI.IN rol'lAR bTfJ.
'. i N "J, l rs. . all c ivs, . lttxUS.6i. J3300
. 'v, Hau;-hl-!, U r- allcons . 17xai; $3.00
I j" IN 1, 3 tmi. . all coo vs.; 11x60. S800
. K&.i N. it. 8 rs. 1 all cnw. . IIKik.. i- nn.i
Al-SOROOif3 Fi HNIIJU IHIM irM"lirD I 1 'V-Yf Jctrrson, 8 r..reivi.; ISi 8-tJ ijIOd
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Writ ur . al
HENVIS, 2024 N. 12th Street
BARGAIN PROPERTIES
4 IN
llt.i .V
I 1 K.
XHOS. F. McTEAR, 1440 N. 2d
ONLY FIVE LEFT
Tbres-story store, aud dutlmis!, 011 YorU
Road (&00O tluik), ultjb' tor any line
of business
For unjiMnj pertainlns to leun real
slle. lousult
WM. D. CHAMBERS
I '3 J MJKTH IUU1AU si.
TWO BIG BARGAINS
1(KK- Rtotel at I8 f . n -,
rl-re ,, i(-j n , I 4 .4 t
Not ao' than HoW So "' ,N 1 i ."
9 rooms, po h f m fc' ti'-r t
W, H. HOOD, 512 Norm Street
iv Mr -i.iiir. r lu-jsi-ifAsu v
rivQi-cnrv in ai.-.uiAKnuwN
puli'l fail to -cod for uur
New Hall Real Estate Utilleiin
WITH MAI' "l UPtUANTOlVti Nt
V l.VOH 1'ROl'KItlV. Uc t.( lo" Ar.
. U vll help ou In Did'-in your sel.i
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Cil-HMANTOWN TRUST Ct).
Lhclten an4 Ccrmsntowii ,es.
mihtii i:thvi.
UP-TO-DATE
DWELLINGS
i:ast side ninth st.
1-1KKTO LtZEUNKST.
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Ill ir V TL-lt iii.VTIMi
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HBulVNSTONK IKO.NTS
ADJOINING HKAlTIFfl,
HlMINfi K
I'Ull l. SJ000 EASY TEIt.MS
i - .101 're v i h ,tt, Phc-ne,
Harry Brockleluirst
512 AV. NOROIS ST.
R Apartment Specialists M
Wmh. Heal Estate Tmat yj
ROYAL POINCIANA "VrrertsoT
S30 ' ' ! -"U-ban '"-Alrnnments -
' - ' ! Ilf ,.,eeplrs; Flats Di-erv
' - . , .--.le- por, n.s hartli-ood
545 f' ", '''" h'f' Jteservatlons
H. E. Shortlidj-e, 311 S. 56th St
': J S! 7i .1: . PHKMIhES
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(iLYNDON PRIESTMAN"
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113 N. High St, West Chestei. Vi
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