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FOB SALE?HOUSES.
roll >>ALK BEAlTIfll, NEW ?K. HOUSES.
KVKICY MnlON APPLIANCE.
roR4lIE8. ^II?E UROINI?S.
&*) S ST. N K. Ifti3 31) ST. N K.
.??V4 S ST. \" K. .11? ST. N E.
js s r X.E MM SD ST. N B.
CARS I IREi'T Ti> F.XK? I T!VK I?F.ITS.
vm? si r.sTANtiali.y f.vilt.
CSOol* * IRK ( KM UK NT INVESTMENTS.
11A N i ?>? ?>IK Ho>| E A S Y TE1' MS.
$1 *.?? To EA? II
$4 I.OANF.O ON EA**11 IIOl SE.
J It. WIMKK. UK AL ESTATE, 122t> G ST.
je.*!??-:;t
FOR SALE-IMPORTANT TO P.T*YEBSl
To (?ET THE BEST
AT LOWEST PRICES.
$s mm to $r??>.ooo.
SEND Folt LIST.
T?'lephr?r<*s? Main (Vsi). 31.V>.
J 2* r?t STONE & FAIRF \X. -*?* F s*. n.tr.
For sale itEAFTii ri. humes!
JFST roMPLKTED.
ON I A" EACH.
Prettiest bouses ever offered In the northeast
?rot Ion.
No*. 123ft to 1238 Flcriila avenne.
A wltle *tr?et; a bright. open situation; one
square from H st cars; HANDSOME FRONTS;
stone ami l*?st quality of red brick: large frout
M??ne p?>roh: also back |*>reh; parl??r. reception
hall. <linlng r?x>in, pantry aud kitchen on 1st
floor: tv**!1 lighted. coxy bed rooms on 2d; tiled
bath; porcelain tub; bath room fixtures more
expensive and better than In most flrt.oOO
houses: cellar under entire house: A GOOD
FI RNACE; beautifully papered j?nd decorated;
1 I > 120 fes1 !? ;? !" wide ptvcd alley.
oi'iv\ FOR INSPECTION FIRST-CLASS IN
VESTMENTS. STm.NE Ac FAIRFAX.
Je2* ??t H?JT, & *08 F St. n.w.
FOR SALE PUTS ONE OFT?
On?? ??f tho?e bountiful rv*w booses nn 1st st.. In
Bl<H?min^dal*-. near "R:" 2 SOLD: 8 rooms,
atti . ?ellar. I.?ts full 1?H? feet deep to alloy.
SKI I - VROFT THEM IF YOU WANT A
UOOl> WILT lloFSE.
ST??\E FAIRFAX. S4? & SOS F St. n.w.
>2S2t
FOR SALE HKAlTIICS - "
123<? t.. 112-"5S Fin. ave. n.e.
LOOK AT THEM
STo\e & FAIRF"AX. N>? & 808 F St. n.w.
1e2V L't
FO R S \ I ! o\ LY $."?.25<
^ War 11 r'i and If sts. n.w.
A .. brick dwelling. Offered so l??w ti? close
fir'V SToNE A FAIRFAX.
jeJH -U ^ fc >? s F st. n.w.
Full SALE 015 R ST.? ~~ ~
Ib'?lu< td to $C.TOO.
A w.-7! . T^ rn- trd ^tory '?r!.'k, with cellar;
br?rU tub; furnace heat;
lot j <r-?rv brick stable.
. * Fairfax, nh; & sos F st. n.w.
Folt S A LI. YKRY^f'HEAp"" "
R- due?*d to $j.r?00.
I.'t'i st. r -ar ij Must ??e *?id A tnisf of $4,000
VV M""4'r S4'11 .at this iow price or lie
s<M'i ' ? ? t a !?-r? oni bri?-k. with furnace heat.
Owner - iy* will r? rit for $3T> a month.
SI?'NE & FAIRFAX. s?'f> & v??s y n.w.
jejs .;r
FOR S \!J~ a REAL ?;o??I? ii! >rsiv? "
?y*J m sear IJarota Plrk; 2 stories, cel
lar . r-H.ruH anl bath: furnace beat; IS feet
wid.v Only $4/(00. STONE & FAIRFAX.
_ S'*> A: S??8 F st. n.w.
for sale near otii ani? r. i. aye.?
lYlce. $4.oim?.
A r. ?t. :y. o-nvm bri<-k, with cellar; lot 18il0t\
a I ey.
n\ ' 1 ? IIOT'SE S near Itth; 8 large r?x>ms
an,! barh; I..t 2??x1ih>. alley. $5,200. ?
n rt t. r. r?th an.l Ho, f^.r (gLMi 2 storios
4 ri?ouia on a tloor; 20x05.
A n\R<: \I\- at 2-8tor.T l>rl<-k f,n Rth
f n n ( r...nii on flr>t 3 0:1 w<-on<]- l,,t
"\lo, ,ST?.NK & KAIKFAX.
^ Sof> A SuS F st. n.w.
Ftl" vSA!t 1 \ vn"Y *UA>I K WITH ror.NTKY AT
} ' . : I,!' house; latrobe; neat man
?p-n fip. pl.,, nloo sl,a<J..; 2 l.irse
i < ; .TT nm: frnir t.-.h, f?n h,..ir:ris #1 jmmi
< --t ni'j-'h iuorr. SUI LE .V CO.. Bank Wash*
Ingt-.n M'lu. J,-2S-3t
F(>!i \I K M \X Y niKW I.ITTM-: IMMF.S FOR
I" ' m -Wstf- m.-aiK nl! I.ariain?: i.rl.es
f'.' ? ; " "'?-?t Mil t.. .-all on us.
e., wha.t -v"n ??"?: "h.ai. an.l p?xl.
gof, LI. A- Co.. Rank - f V. ashin^cton bldj?. J?*2N-3t
S\? K -PRICK RCIH CCD 7 Ri nims AND
b.: ??.??; if >..? W in s.'il .?r trade on easv terms.
Al*;"/ II. S. \\ KI.i'IT. Si?? f n.w. jf^s-lit*
F'.i: >U.I TIIRKF I l \l IIF1L llnl SKs \0S
ii ;2 an.l 14S4 H nnr.l nrp.. Ml. Pleasant
.mfainlni- t-a r. ?ins an.l t>ath; cellar under <-n
tire 1 IMn IVATKII HEAT; unlj- a short
dfstiin. e fn?m 14th st. cars.
*'??II and se?* them. je2S-3t*
FuU SALE- RY
JOHN Ql INN. 447 7th st. s w.
Or \ ^r. s w. near 4S: ?-rm br : sewer, water
? " 1?/' near i?th; Grm. br.; sewer,
m"."' 1 ..'."'l "2 St ?ewer:
S?!"r' , ' r41 4; ?n c ??? 9-W. near ?th;
v-"i ; s';""r: uut?; *??; iatr..i.^s; jot
i.'i--1 i''i' <\ j.'2s-:u?
'"V" *; iMTf,,'u;asant' 1?? Howard
? ? ' 1"'"ItIon: new brick; steam
Ie-N -V ?'r> '???ryp:. ;??>?.* Oj*.u Sunday
3 - ' 1 ^ l n "?"? A- ?12 14th St. n.w.
'"i1. srV;r, ? iu.i^i-ixk <-oUX,^
1 ?? I1 1 'ni!T"V.d bi ;i Hi,-., fr?
I" - - all In splendid ????n.|ltl?n. r.-ntln^ f.,r
H-lxi ?vv"i V.'"," " "r -P?i?tely.
A I IN < HAN- L FOR A RITLI*E!i Price 7Or
fer r-.t <?|?pwalte eorner li? !.i at $i. rurner
u a b. auty. with lot iVixlMj; will s^ll -n m
great > r. a-..?able offer r. fu.vd. V
piy af oi f..r partbulars.
AX..TIII l: liAU.iAlX FOR ?5.300.
<V front I'l 1-..NT I 1RCI.E \ 12-r orn
h .j- II, -,-,--1 ?.iHlit|..ii; n. ?l, paintc.l and pa
lier?-.., i,i, ?? piirllBc; ,???[,. r?-te walks lar?.- vard
In n-ur. a ley: ail lars- r...ms and the .?tp.'st
bo,.>, n lb. m..st .! s.table l -ati..n ln Washing
t'l'ila--- p"r Ca? further i-ar
OX . ??I.r\IRlA HF.ICIITS. $o?. CASH,
v l-aiuif il pr..|k.Ttles on easr parmonti*
flne. . :iui mmmfij mnr. PrWs
?e.5." A?k to see these speclai Indue, nietits.
. ^ R- "ANWLPII TT'RXER.
^ 71.*? lTth st. n.w.
n.R SAI.E ..WXElt IS VERY AXX1..IS TO
? ?II a pretty 2-story an.7! . .-liar brick, ?n u it.
n e i, r - ii.s atel bath; furnai-e teat. Price
93.a?i>, offer wanted. '
For Sal? Inre?tm-nt? 11th ?t. n.w.; 2-storr
J loti " r""m' aB,! ba,h' ="<??'. Slo 5.j. Price,
For Salo-^cst Of 14th at., a brick dwelling.
J.1,'1 1 ,r*f" J>rl.k stable; both rental af ?.t5 uio.
VIII s. 1,1 at a harjrain. I*ri,-e. J4>n>.
t ? ,,f" **Je*s?nt? A 2-story frame cot
,t"' ' rooms and bath; well rented; b?s1 In
Testment or h<>nie. Price only t2.;Vsi Terina
wry easy. WM. II. SAFXIiKK-S 4 TO
14.-7 F st. n.w.
FOU SAI.E WASHIXGTON IIKICHTS?
IIKAITIFII NEW RKSIDEXCH.
1. ro.2 baths: kitchen ?? fl?t h .
?nniclY pa|?-re.l and finished: hot-water heat" chs
ami , ?* trie lights Well b?Ut. Cooyenlent to
both .-ar lines, only $il..%<?i
}"2----It I! \Y WM.KKl: & SON-, p.
F|I>R SA1JJ IIAXI,Si)MK I.OT; FASHIONAIU.E
10. a.it . ; Mas,. IV,... West frout 2't feet
areraite defdh ?f 77 to wide alley;
+* -? 1 ? N 1 ? 21st St. n.w.
P' R SAI.E - A 3-STORY P.IUi'K Hot SE- 0
"a,,r- ??-r; I t IS ft. front i.v M*'ft
sTl'i r r'"'' 1^ulr* '? ?:
4 - ' v> >2H-2r*
FoR -Al.K IXVESTiiR.S- OPPORTPXITY X'EW
f^'ZniS: ^..a,mna"'Dtt; rvaM at
A IJst)
5 5 n,.m bri k?: rent. $.T2price ? 750
r ? 1 I "1"'- " w : rent. ?2??: |.rlee o
fcr.. , .ran... n.w.; rent. ?Is; price ,>?,
- 4 .o-.li brick*; rent, ?2o; |rin :an
2 k- n r. ; rent. ?!.; (rrtce w,
?-r,s.ni an.l Iwtli brick, a m i ; price " ?i?.
4 6 r--.ni tofcka. K ?t. n w ; each S"21
!;<t of ??*llent bargains at mr office
WM- A EASTERDAY.
, 1 ' R..n,l Imllding.
r''}} >MAI.L <'.V.SII PAYMENT AND Mori
EltMh MoXTHl.Y IXSTAIJ.MB.vra' t? Tv
O.II.K I.XTEItEST 122!. ,? IM? it se"
Uhti^v".^I1N"" N l-ARK and METItol
f!i 1 V i .': - stor-V. brifr and reil Dress
krVk f oits; XKW URAXOLITHIO walks ter
"jfT-KU i,,a,h- Pantr^- 0?x
. M..V l , .Iee|, yards, with Sheds to
*!1 J . 1 ? ^ 1. xl(n> e?eh. These houses have lust
, ' J. f , ' ?h' LOW prb-e and UBERAL
^KKKFlJv r "I'i*"r'?Ity for Home
a EJ'.KKKS. while Their CONSTANT OOTI'wrv
?"n "^'?1 inducement, to
*25. t HX->1 ESTATE OOMFAXY.
J ,il i?**l 't st. n.w.
F4U * ST?RE AN" ?WEIJJXQ. xo. 407
?t j s j? tv, i rooms; good lot; mill cell at n
?arrirtre. Investigate. ' al a
_ 1e27;.t I.OI IS P SHOEMAKER. 820 F n w.
ll>R SAU Iloi-SKS WIU. BE RI'ILT IX WKST
Pleasa.it. within 2 squares of MetfJ
|?l.tan R. K. iei tension to tie completed this
""?! ??!-'- on easy term.-JlS?. to t?lj
aaii i^jment. balance to suit in monthly pay
Vil" of '*r n,ou,h- Interest 5'i. In
* C h bai man. xa w. n w.
1 firw-V f- ?\KLK,'T "N? OF THOSE FIXE SEW
e-rwm br. house, on X. C. ave. bet. 13th and
VEU^ls' 'i' .e. ^ VICTOR AN
n K>o.\, j.L., O at. n.w . Owner. Je24-<5t
fUH >.\LK ONE OF T1IE MOST ATTIC \t*TI VK
and complete home* ln Washington?A eorntt*
h.TlrS a froutaga , f sUtv flre feet cu one atrUt
t/t, iS- f''er on the other; oT
t " \r ,T ir T11??I*saXD sqnare feet of
? JAMKS *etC'n' W
U-h8.Uf;.^RvurS?ST ?C,HrI K: ? ROOMS"
' , ' ? l"' h,'a on first fi.s>r. Low uric.
..." %1^ P^jmeats- No reasonable ofTer dd
Hined Si .st be .old. D. D. TUoJw<Sx?
rJJ MM r ^
SURVEYING, PLATS,
ericvFYs s rum visions, pi.vts. plans, cox
?truetl- ns sujerinteDded. . stlmatcs aud rept.ria
?!gh . l.i-s draw ing, of all kln^.. WM. II. 1SE.X
ToX. ( .Til Tois-graphlcal ami Landscape Engi
neer Atlantic bid*., Wo F n.w. 'i'h ue 7a0.
aplH-Uu-5
MOVING AND STORING^
riAN'W CAIOTIXY MOVED AXD SIUl'PEU
Box*-* fumUhed wben desired. Tuning and r?
pmiriu* by exfiert factorj workmen. Piano
?tore?l at special summer rates. Rest of oar
guaranteed. Drop postal or 'phone Main 747
t r. o. bMrru, 122a Pa.
FOB SALE?MISCELLANEOTJ
for sale ?parlor, hall and staui car
fct, moquet; folding bed, dining ruom chairs,
louse for rent: in good neighborhood. Shades
and screen*. Address Box HO, Star office. Jt*
fok sale-leaving city?must sell at
once; almost new; entire contents of an army
officer's residence; bird's-eye maple and other bed
room suites, chiffoniers, ladles' dressing tables,
folding Is-ds, brass and Iron beds, mahogany li
brary tables, fine dining room furniture, leather
conch, hair mattresses, parlor suite, piano, music
? ?aid" f. etc. 431 'Jth n.w. Je30-3t*
FOR SALE -
SUBSTANTIA! PIAXO BARGAINS.
Three handsome upright pianos, exceptionally
fine and elegant, grand tone?sold at great sac
rifice to close accounts quickly?$100, Jl.SO. $20?>
cash; immense bargains. See them at once If
you are ready to buy now. Stool, cover, one
year's tuning and guaranteed 5 rears.
GRIMES' PIANO STORE,
Je30 10.1 1212 F street.
I'nR SAI.K ALL Tin: RAGE WITH PRETTY
girls, handsome dames and society ladles, Satin
Skin Cream and Satin-Skin Powder are best
made. 25c. Palais Royal. Jo28-3m
FOR SALE? ' " ~
One Upright
Piano, 1135.
One Upright
Piano. $153.
One Upright
Piano, $170.
All on $5 monthly payments.
J?28-tf ? F. G. SMITH. 1225 Pa, ave.
FOR SALll HRIt'K. LIMBER., GAS FIXTURES
and all building material. Apply at office of
ALBERT GLKASON & CO., 1714 I. St. n.w.
Je28-0f
for sale ? light-draft sloop yacht;
oak cal)ln; centerboard; swift and safe; excellent
condition; can be sailed by one. WM. H.
ALDEN*. 1308 8 St. n.w. J-27 3t*
FOR SALE?PPRIOHT PIANO.
We hare one almost new mahogany upright
piano, with fine tone and handsome case?fuily
guaranteed?which we will sell for only $135
cash if sold at once. This Is a geuuiue bargain
IX there erer was one.
PFEIFFER'S PIANO WAREROOMS,
J.'26-5t 132-I_i:;^i F street.
FOR SALE-FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, SLIGHTLY
used; left with us to sell. $110 cash; no ex
change. HUGO WORCH,
Sohmer, Pianos, Worch Pianos. U23 F st.
J-25-tf
1-lPR SALE- HAIR M ATTKI.SSKS. TWO PARTS.
$i>; refrigerators; gi-carts. $2.5t>; $1 p. r week for
parlor and bed loom suites, $1.48 for toilet set.
.* sared by buying here. Furniture stored. < t
REDMnND'S. 311 and 313 7th n.w. jeltMf
FOR SALE -Di A MONKS ANI> WATCHES. WE'RE
selling the tame class of stock that New York's
best Jewelers sell, but at a lower price. O'lr
expensi-s are much lower than theirs. Our agent
will call with samples, if you wish. J. DRI'K
KER 12th aud Pa. are., over Davis' Hat Store.
Jel8-6d
FOR SALE?AN ELEGANT WATCH?THE BEST
movement. Low priced. Weekly or monthly
payments. Goods delivered at once. J. Dltl'K
KKK. 12th aud Pa. ave., over Davis' liat Store.
Jel8-4d
fcr sale-a complete stock of beauti
ful dlamotd rings, pendants and studs, at very
low iiri. es. Weekly or won!lily payments. Goods
delivered at once. J. DRIKKER. 12th and Pa.
ave., over Davis' Hat Store. jel8-5d
FOR SALE?OWN* A FINE WATCH. WE'RE
selling for $i5 (cash or credit) a gentleman's
gold-filled. American-movement watch. Keeps
perfect time. It's a genuine bargain. Call or
postal. J. DRI KKER, 12th and Pa. are., orer
Daws' Hat Store. Jol8-5d
FOK SALE-BIG PIANO BARGAINS-ONE CP
right, $4ti; oue upright. $00; new uprights from
$125 upward, warranted 10 years. Pianos tuned
$1.00. F. W. I1ELB1G. 1742 7th st. jell-tf-4
FOR SALE?TRCfec'oTT VAPOR ENGINES AND
launches; two and four cycle engines. Call and
see sample launch and engine complete.
ap24-78t* C. M. MacLEOD. Agt., 031 G St.
FOR SALE-CARLOAD OF WINDOW SCREENS
and doors; screens from 11c. up; doors complete
with all fixtures, 59c. Fancy hard-ell finished
doors. 08c. High-grade snburbaa doors, in all
?lies, carried in stock. Screen wire. l&c. square
foot. Substantial screens made to order, 75c.
KLEEBLAii'S. 11th and II sts. n.e. ap21-7St
FOR SALE?GOOD QUALITY FLOOR~OILCLOrH*
25c. a yaid; linoleum. 48c. a yard; Jolntless mat
ting, heavy and durable, 17c. a yard; the finest
weaves at 25c. a yard. Telephone E. 25 D
_mh31-tf KI.EEBLATT 11th and H ?ts.'n.e.
FOR SALE-GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES'
fitted to your windows only 25c.; the best quality
ell opaqut shad. s. 50c.. hung free. Will call with
samples. KLEEBLATT'S. 11th aud H sts. o.t.
my3-tf,4
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
A House and
Lot for $300.
Watch for a T own?
HANDLE
PARK.
The rew addition to Congress Heights D C.
A. E. HANDLE,
Congress Heights, D. C.
It 'ITione Main 2155.
; FOR RENT NEW 6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE AT
Penning. D. C.; one car fare; white tenant: <11
I?t month. Inquire 3iiij G St. n.w. je30-3t*
ItRADDOCK heights.
Desirable lots. $15o up. 2
Villa sites from $.>M> up 5 Get booklet of
3c2*-if CEO. R. HILL, r.15 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALK NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE; VERY
large lot; high elevation; beautiful shade; excel
lent water; ,??*. fare Only Sl,7oo; oas*- teruis.
BENSON II. PIERCE, 1330 N. Y. ave. u.w
>28-31*
Ft >R SAI.E BEAUTIFULLY I> ?t' ATF.D I.t'T IN"
BROOKLAND. THE OWNER. NEEDING
Mt'NEY, OFFERS IT AT A SACRIFICE
J' -** :'t r w. walker son. iooo f.
SPLENDID BUILDING L'lTS AT R ALLSTON $5
down, balance $1 p.-r week; no interest; pries
from $>>5 to $100 p-r lot; 10 per cent off for
cash. Also small and large farms for sale
JAMES E. CLEMENTS, I
j.HS-.'lt* 1406 g st. n.w.
FOR RENT TAKOMA PARK SIX AND NINE- I
r?K>m houses; bath; m.i.; convenient to car line
$25 per month. J. HARRISON JOHNSON &
SON, 306 7th st. s.w. je28-3t
FOR SALE EXCHANGE OR RENT?CHEAP
modern. 7 room and bath honse at Kingston.' '
Md.: hot and cold water; steam bent- fruit
trees; 3 blocks from steam and electric cars
OWNER, 1238 8th st. n.w. Je28-3t*
FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE -
beautiful COUNTRY HOME
NEAR THE CITY.
Nearly five acres of land, with good dwelling
house, containing 10 rooms, bath room and cel
lar; also stable, carriage house and other con
venient outbuildings.
The land Is highly improved; flue shade trees;
beautiful brook, spring and fish pool; also well
of delicious water.
Location is In Maryland, on excellent turnpike
road; 1,100 feet beyond the District line; 15
minutes' drive from the city, 5 to electric cars
(one fare) and 3 to station on B. & O. R. R.
For price, terms and permit to inspect this
property apply to I
Je2S-tf J. N. IILYOK. 1505 Pa. are. n.w.
BRENTWOOD, MD.; ONE FARE To I>I<T I INF
suburban electric. Lots 50x200, five minutes1
walk from station, $125. Lots nearer statiou
and close to electric and IS. and O. railways
..V1 $0 cash. $.", monthly. W. a'
Ba it 1 H-/C1. L>an and Trust Bldg. je27-10t*
' OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR PROPERTY
ill north half Illinois 8 lots aud 7-r.s.m house'
fiuit trees, stable, etc.; fronts 3 streets; street
cars pass the place. Lock Box 41. Takouia Park
J>- c- Je27-3f '
FOR SALE-DO YOU WANT TO purchase
the cheapest lot in Brightwood Park? Also lots
on Brightwood ave. to the District line'5 If so
consult LOU IS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F n w '
]e27-6t
FOR RENT?NEW FRAME-HOUSE; JUST COM
pleted; all mod. improvements; 7 rooms and
bath; White-Croft subdivision, Brightwood 1)
C. f convenient to electric cars.
}eit7-6t LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 920 F n.w.
FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE. "
Two handsomest lots in Takotna, on Carroll
ave., 110x200?very low price.
3 lots opposite Catholic Church, Falls Church
\a.; 150x150. Bargain:
Very handsome house (lot 50x150), Lantdon
D. C.; coat $4,000. Will sell for $3,00u. Easy
terms.
W. 3. MIXXIX, 1427 F st. p.w.
Full SALK-a DELIGHTFUL COLNTKY HOME:
? li'.i c'?^ water and necessary out
buildings; all in good condition; 11 acres in
grass, fruit and shade; house nicely looutfd -
?bout 200 yards from It it. ?a at ila^ha i V. '
2 hours from Wash.: $5.t*(0 ' *"
Je^4-tf.7 II. L. RUST. 008 14th st. n.w.
I OR SALE?AT A BARGAIN OR will TR \DE
r, A-JVJ? CITY PROPERTY.
HANDSOME SUBURBAN HOME
Colonial style; y rooms and bath, attic and
??f; JFU CStJ?
rsssr
For RENT-BY the YEAR, TWO handsome
Be?e\i?t?2i 9 a'"J 10 t"ooms and bath
r. $*0 an<l too; large yard; electric lights
fci7-trfUU W"Ur' weavKR BROS., 1410 F it
FOKTslLfcTIx WOODSIDE. MD. six-room
cottage, with bath, windmill and stable $2 SO?
^KtT,C"ttmS,'?,in of erection 7 rvoma
Ueli8' for occupancy July l'
fV^each' u- f lkighton.
? 416 Fifth at. n.w
for SAI.E? ?
for SALE?
"TKNRI\^E*^InMU)VKmKNTS MAKING
a fea L0asMAET^ BARGAIN wmLK IMPROVE
the host beautiful-the cheapest.
(y. . CL.EV ELA-N D PA11K.
"y23 tf JOtlN SHERMAN. 010 14th St.
^-^TED-SUBURBAN LOTS. " ~?
. V ill buy?most be cheap?on B. and o n n
LSD *"d L*0re1' UINDLK, SSa
K^ROOM and MOO
<**1
MU-tt QASCH BROS.. 1307 * ft.
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
MQNEY ALWAYS IN HAND TO LOAN ON D O.
real estate. In luma to suit, at lowest rates.
Nominal charge?. No delay.. _ ?
fr-28-tf A. F. FOX COMPANY, Inc., 020 F n.w.
SECOND Till'ST LOAN!} QUICKLY MADE.
Very liberal. Interest 6%. D. C. real e?t*te
only. $15,000 Idle money; must get It out. A<1
ilrosg "1DI.K MONEY." Star office. Jc21-.lt
MONEY TO LOAN?
DON'T PAY 5% OR 0ft. T
IDLE FUNDS, IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE, AT
4% AND 4*4%.
Minimum expense. D. C. real estate only.
Je21-9t* C. C. WAKING. 1114 O n.w.
Without security, lndorser or publici
ty. Oil our new plan. (Your note is sui
rERSONAL Bcient security.) if you want money
without luconvenience or delay Investi
gate our ay^fem. Our method will he
PRIVATE pleasing, our terms *fill suit, we do
not gain patronage by disparaging oth
ers. If you have a loan at the present
LOANS. It will not prevent y>u from securing
further accommodation from the old
reliable CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
Je27-tf-12 602 F BT. N.W.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE PER'
sonal property and collateral.^ Q RAm
j#?14-18t* 503 *E at. n.w.
WE CAN MAKE YOU A LOAN ON TUB BEST
terms and at the lowest rate of interest?
4?4^4?&/o?
All amounts from $500 to $50,000. Arrange
ments can be made to make monthly payments
If desired. SMALLEST EXPENSE.
Jel2-tf MOORE & HILL (Inc.), 717 14th at. n-W.
YOU ARE NOT COMPELLED TO BORROW
from others, so why not apply to us for ? loan
on your D. C. real estate! Interest is 4% and
4Wit. according to security. Any amount from
$500 to $125,000. No delay if title la O.K.
jcO tf STONE & FAIRFAX, 806-808 F n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. SECURITY IN SUMS I
to suit at 4, 4Vj and 5% interest. Privilege of I
repayment monthly. I1A11RY S. WELCH. 810 1?
n.w. joi-2it
MONEY TO LOAN".
Call and Investigate our new plan, in operation
June 1. Loans on furniture, plauos, etc., without
removal or publicity, at about half usual rates.
You pay us in small monthly installments. No
charge for preparing papers. Strictly coufldentitil.
Call or address O. E. '1R1BBY, 3143 M St. n.w.
Take avenue cars to the door, ielepbone \\ est 04.
Je7-tf,7
MONEY IN SUMS FROM $50 TO $1,500 ON SEC
ond trusts, life Ins. pol., collateral auu indorsed
nutes o: any available security; no delay.
ATTWELL ti TllEADWELL, 1)00 F St. n.w.
my22-78t.4 |
$1 000,000 TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESl'AXE. ?
Any amount. ^??t^,3f-DJ5IlAsnMDTr.
je0-tf-4 1421 G St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR
rent rates of Interest Oil real estate in tub Dis* .
trlct of Columbia. fqx BR0WN
jp2 tf-5 1400 G St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN, IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT CUR
rent rates of iuterest, on approved real estate
in the District of Columbia. Charges reasonable.
myl7-tf JAMES F. SHEA, 643 La. ave. n.w.
$100,000.00 TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT ON FUR
Dlture, PIANOS. ?c., at lowest rates without re
inoval, publicity or delay; you can pay " back
in small monthly payments to suit yourself, it
ycu Lave a loan elsewbere and need more money, (
come to us, we can accommodate you. Private ;
rooms. Business confidential. SURETY LOAN
COMPANY, Room 1, Warder bldg.. 2d floor. Ota
and F n.w. rayl-tf i
Wfl WILL LEND TOU MONET
On your furniture, pianos, organs, &c., and yon
can pay it tack la ?mail weekly or moataij |
payments.
ABSOLUTELY NO DELAY.
Oar business is strictly confidential; no embar
rassing questions to ask you. lowest ratea ia
1be city. Private offices.
COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO..
t)13 F STREET N.W.
a pi 4-tf.14 Telephone East 36A-Y.
MONK1 LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL
merchants, teamsters, boarding bouses, without
security; largest business in 42 principal cities.
TOLMAN, Room 101, 633 15th St. u.w. de!4-tf*
MONEY TO LOAN ON DISTRICT ^AL EST AT B
at current ratej of Interest. RENTING OF
PROPERTIES given special attention.
no7-tf HERBERT A. GILL, 1319 F st. n.w.
CN DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA REAL ESTATB
$16,000. $2/00.
$8,000. $1,000.
$6,000. *500.
1HOS. B. WAOOAMAN.
ec?l-tt 017 F at. n.w.
Loans on furniture, pianos, etc., without re
moval. publicity or "lelay. Do not hesitate if
SIX you want money, as you .an make your own
terms as to repayment of loan and we guaran
tee all transactions strictly confidential. Our
TEN rates sre low and no charge or expense If loan
Is not made. Call and get iates and method of
loaning and we can assure yon courteous treat
F. ment always. If you have a loan with any
ether company and desire more money, give ui
? call Private offices. WASHINGTON MORT
GAGE LOAN CO.. 610?F?610. au31-12d
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT 4%
and 4V470! payment on principal In amounts of
$500 or uio?e received at any Interest period. THH
F. II. SMITH CO.. 1408 N. Y. AVE. JelS-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL BSTATB
within the District of Columbia, In amounts to
s?it applicants, at lowest rates of Interest.
JalB tf.4 GEO. W. USSINS, 800 10th st n.w.
IX. i?. FULTON' S LOAN OFFICE.
S14 OTK ST. N.W.,
ESTABLISHED 1870.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS.
JEWELRY. SILVERWARE, ETC.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. Ja31tf,8
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE?
4, 4 Hi and & per cent.
GASCH BROS.,
fe27tf,4 1307 F st. n.w.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE. LOANS
negotiated. Amounts to suit. Lowest rates of
Interest. B. H. WARNER CO..
Jc2S tf QIC F St. n.w.
LOANS NEGOTIATED ON STOCKS. BONDS,
bldg. and loan assn. shares, syndloste certlf*. and
other approved collateral: old line life policies
bought and loaned upon. No chattels taken. Re
liability and promptness sssured. C. A. BAKER,
Rooms 40-42. 1110 F st. Tsfce elevator. del-tf.6
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
estate at 4, 4Va and S per cent Interest. Special
crlvlleges with respect to prior payments. Largs
amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUTHERFORD,
1307 F st. n.w. feO-tf.B
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN. BUY OR
?ell. on real estate, I can save you time and cash,
as I give personal attention to all deals.
dtO-tM J RAKIN GAD8BY, 528 13th St. a.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT Low
est rates of Iuterest. on D. C. real estate. Largs
Wans a specialty. Prompt attention.
WALTER H. ACKEB.
Bo7-tf.5 704 14th St. n.w.
$10 AND UPWARD LOANED ON FURNITURE.
PIANOS, fcc.. on the Building and Loan Assocla
tlon plan, which makes the cost or carrying loana
much less thsn you pay elsewhere, and allows
you to pay It off In snr sized notes you desire,
running from one to twelve months.
Loans with other companies paid off and more
money advanced if desired.
Strictly confidential Front room, first door.
NATIONAL MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
del6-tf.13 628 F St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN AT 3>*. 4 AND 4W, PER CENT.
In sums of $1,000 to $100,000. on D. 0. real es
tate: pay off 5 per cent and 8 per cent loans and
begin anew at lowest rates of interest; all trans
actions conducted with economical consideration
fcr borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., 1407
F st. n w le8-tf.T ^
OCEAN TRAVEL.
WHITE STAR LINE.
XEW TORE?QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL.
Majestic July 2, noon Cymric July 18, 4 pm
Celtic July 4, 5 pm Oceanic,.July 23, 7:30 am
Teutonic.. July 16. nooii Majestic.. .July 30, noon
For rates, sailings and further Information apply
to G. W. MOSS. 1411 G St. n.w. mhl-156t-S
CUNARD
And White Star Line.
A. L, VELATI, AGENT,
Je21-26t-6 1408 G ST. N.W.
" AN CHOR LINE
United States Mall Steamships
Sail from New York every Saturday for
Glasgow via Londonderry
First Saloon Passage. $50 and upward.
Second Saloon, $36 and upward.
Third Claaa, $20 and upward.
UliSiDERSON BROTHERS, Agents,
17 and IB Broadway. New York.
Or O. W. MOSS. 1411 G st. n.w.. or B. F. DROOP
* SONS. 925 Penn. ate. n.w., Washington.
ap2&-78t-lft
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN.
Rmnprlns..-July 1. noon Kronprlm..July 20. noon
Eaiaer JulylS, 10 am Kaiser Aug. 12, 10 am
Kaiserin. .July 22. 10 am Hohenz'l'n.Aug. 16, 10am
TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
Cherbourg?Southampton. Alternately, and Bremsn.
Lulse July 3, 10 am Bremen July 24. noon
Kurfuerst.July 10. 10 am Friedrlch...July 31, 1 pm
Barbarossa.July 17. 10am Luisc Aug. 7, 1 pm
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
GIBRALTAR-NAPLES?GENOA.
Hohenzoll'n. July I, 0 am Aller Aug. 9, 10 am
! Lafco July 18. 8 am Lahn Aug. 23, 10 am >
Trave Aug. 2, 3 pmiTravo Sept. 6, 10 am
OELRICHS & CO-, NO 5 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Apply to E. F. DROOP. 825 Ta. a?e.,
fe& 312t Agent for Washington.
American Line
NEW YORK?SOUTHAMPTON?LONDON
Kensington .July 1, 2 pm 1 Philad'a.. July 9. 10 am
St Louis..July 2, 10 am | St Paul...July ltl, 10 am
Red Star Line
NEW YORK?ANTWERP-PARIS
Zeeland... .July 5, noon 1 Vaderlaud. .July 19, noon
Frlesland. July 12. noon ! Kroonland..July 20, noon
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Companv's Washington Office, 1306 F st. n.w.,
?p24 Or Ceo. W. Moss. 1411 G at. n.w.
~ FRENCH LINE.
COMPAGNIE GENERALS TRAN8ATLANTIQUB,
Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France).
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m.
From Pier No.42. North River, foot Morton at .H.Y.
La Bretagne J?ly 3; *La Savole July 24
? I .a Lorraine July 10'La Gascogne July 31.
I *La Touralne July 17 La Bretagne Aug. 7
?Twin-Screw Steamers.
General Agency. 82 Broadway. New York.
GEORGE W. MOSS.
i mhl-?12t MUG8T. N.W.
SUMMER KESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
LOUELLA,
Ocean end of Tenn. .ave. -Rebuilt and Improved.
Terms moderate. ' 'Mrs. B. UKOOUAN.
je30 26t 4 "
NEW BRICK BOSCOBEL.
Every modern eomflrtt attd appointment. New
throughout. Rooms single ifnd en suite, with pri
vate bath. Elevator/to Ijireet level. Capacity
375. Public baths. jjluetrated booklet.
je30-26t.7 A. E. MABjO?Vj Owner and Manager.
THE FRpr^TENAC,
A new hotel, as good ?s tlx test. Kentucky ave.,
100 yards from beach. Capacity, 250- Offers special
July rates for large oemn-tiew rooms, with excel
lent cnlslne and serv1c(*>at $8.00, 110.00 and $12.00
weekly, $1.30 ami $2.00 dall?. Hotel contains ele
vator. baths and every opnvBBiece. Booklet mailed.
je?-26t-10 iMrs. H. Y. MOYEtt.
THE AGNEW,
Directly on the Beaph in Chelsea,
Atlantic Glty.
OPEN'S NEW JULY 1.
Location, appointments and service unexcelled.
The finest bath establishment on the coast. Many
novel features of equipment, which all make It an
Ideal resting place for any one requiring special
personal attention. Booklet and terms by address
ing THE AOXEW CO., Atlantic City. Je28-26t,10 I
HOTEL ATQLEN. j
Michigan ave., near beach. Htgfa-claaa family
hotel. $8 to $10 weekly. J. E. REED.
leas-aat-*
New Hotel Stickney,
OCEAN END KENTUCKY AVE.
Unobstructed ocean view. Booms en suite, with
private baths. Elevator from street level. $2 to
$3 per day. $10 to $15 per week. Capacity. 300.
Je2&26t,8 L V. STICKN EY.
? Kf.bullt and newly furnished.
? .1 y decorated. Kooms with bath, single
or en suite. Elevator to street level; unobstrnct
rnfr"rt C!''r?V V' sPaijou9 grounds. Centrally lo
cated. Tno squares from P. and It. II. station,
onen " P(lni:l- R- R. station. Now
Jejf? 2flt 10 K R" CATKINS, Mgr.
ri^TEL ROSSMORE.
rcZ"r^,aY- ?car hf,ach- First-class In every
je25-2Gt 4 ra HENRY MILLER.
_ ~ LA BKLLE INN. "
culslne flmi r1ve- beach- Cool, airy rooms;
and S2 *o ! 8erTlc<! "J tbe highest order. $1.50. $2
ami $2.50 per day; from $10 per week nr> Write
for special weekly rates for July. Je&-26t!o
Best Moderate-priced Hotel,
hotel elberon,
V," freh^ Cental location. Op
L ': yiurcli. Capacity, 2.">i>. Booklet.
je25 2ct.5Ur ' H" B" LUDY- M" "?
r>? .v v t ?THE LORAINE,
On the beach, St. Charles placed Fresh and sea
wj'j: baths. Elevator. Book.et.
}e_5 2Ht.4 SAM'L WAGNER A SON.
21 on T?? THE ORIOLE,
nn7i r,;?r . a.Te- One ,bJoek from Reading depot
i.,?r.L tfacb- J" t" *10 weekly.
3?-5-o^t,4 Mr>. C. T. BI.-2BY of Baltimore.
HOTEL ESMOND,
e,7 Torls avc- and Beach.
"J? prices for cool, clean rooms. Quick
ence Mm??"?1 table. Every modem convenl
"ea water baths, etc. Hates, $10
Ill4 aild partl?i. make '1KCM Wrms fur fam"
Je25-52t,8 J. PAUL KILPATRICK.
Tlfoe Lawremce,
Ocean End Maryland ave.
??A dainty, family hotel, on wide open ave
?? one block from Steel l'ier. Unexcelled cuisine
and service. M. I. SPITZ. Je23-26t-U
THE ALBEMARLE,
Virginia ave. near Bench'and Piers, Atlnntlc City,
?* >2 elegant modern hotel, new throughout,
i i?"7' rs "1|P,'r'?r accommodations. In
cluding beautiful front nx.ius and excellent cuisine
5Pn^ .,c<s $1? t0 *I2-00 weekly; $2 to $2.50
}?' , .A of larf' cool outside rooms at
$8.00 (double) during dlTi.Y. Hotel contains ele
vator, private and poldlc baths and every con
fnrrher'rm i 4-??" ft Booklet and
rurther particulars on request. J. P COPE.
my2G-45t-12 .
HOTEL JROQUOIS,
?CI?A* E*D SOUTtf CAROLINA AVENUE.
j y l"<"a'f<l uefi* alj iPlers. Equipped with
.PI m.oder? facility for comfort of guests. Thor
onghly homelike. Cutefg to families. Many rooms
with bath overlooking OCEAN? Reduced rates to
long-term patrons. $4.00 over Sunday rate. Ele
'n . maUed on application.
f'n'iaot^^ HA1ER ? w. f.Suaw.
bAN MARf'us, ~ ~
The Gem of the "Coafrt,
Massachusetts and Paclflc nves..
TI ? Atlantic City, N. 3.
Homelike; fine roomst and furnishings; capacity
j. I cuisine of the highest1 excellence; .'vening
dinners; elevator; bHtlo.- beautiful porches; open
sniToiindlngs. Terms, !jfs, $lo, $12, $15 bv the
week; $1.50 to $2.no dally. Correspondence so
*e"l ail-W ' CI,KSUr^E SqTCIlELL. Manager.
" HOTEL RALEIQlHU
Atlantic City, N. J.
New and modern; capacity enlarged to 400 guesta;
every appointment and convenience to be found in
a first-class seaside resort. For rates InQuire or
Mr. H. E. MITCHELL, at Howard House.
fe4-i:i0t-10 JOHN B. SCOTT.
THE CHALFONTE,"
ON THE BEACH,
AT NORTH CAROLINA AVE..
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Modern and comfortable 1n every detail. Booklet.
j?2t'-st-l) LEEDS & HAINES CO.
BRADY HOUSE. 15 AND 17 S. ARKANSAS AVE
-near beach. Capacity 200. Ocean view. Ele
gantly furnished. $6 and up weekly. Booklet.
Jel9-26t.4 JAMES BRADY.
TILE CLIFTON?COR. CONNECTICUT AND AT
avts.; remodeled throughout: $1.25 to
$1.50 day; $7 to $12 weekly; capacity 260.
je!9-G2t-4 CHAS. A. SHAW.
THE YARMOUTH, ~"
On the Ocenn Front, Cheisea. Atlantic CltT
NOW OPEN. Capacity. 250 guests. Every room
with ocean view. Service first-class. Booklet
mallod. J. L. FILON. Proprietor,
m.v8-52t-6 Of Northampton Hotel. Baltimore.
THE SHELBURNK?DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN
front; always open; large rooms; private baths
best equipped hotel ou the coast; under the
eamo old popular management. Send for book
l't. B. E. R. RAMSEY. }el9-26t-5
Atlantic City'? newest and moat magnincent hotelT
MarEtt>oroiagIhi House.
Stone, iron and slate coastructlon.
?te..bat^ wilh eTery Toom or 8u|te. Capacity
ow. tntlre block on ocean front. Booklet.
?pl-tu.w,m.35t,7JOS'AU WU1TB * *UN8
Qraod AtiarntSc Hotell,
And sea-water bathing annex. Virginia ave. and
the Beach. Atlantic City, N. J.
oft0 hand&jmely furnished front rooms, en suite
and single; many with hwt and cold sea-water
hatha a^afhe|1. 0ffem very special spring terms
$10, ?l_.j(i. $15 weekly; $2 to $:t daily. The
choicest cuisine and service. Extensive sun par
lors. palm gardens and amusement halls. Or
SiSm-ST aaiaa a<jiiai.vgg
BLEAK HOUSE
t4IT WON'T BURN"
EUROPEAN
Cferifr26T-To400- GEORGE H. CORYELL^
the BREXTON.
5surws5-as. r,:r. tt
Kits, formerly Balto. and Cane Slav. felR-mn a
UOl'EL .OSBORNE :~
1 square from Beach. New 75-room annex. Eleva
da'r *n<1 If; $? per week and up.
R. J. OSBORNE.
SflLVERSfiDE,
TwUlh^l""? fTe' Dear Iipa<>b and Piers,
tn ti9 appointment., service and table- $8
to $12 per week. (1efe%2T:?l A. H HURFF
^2o0et^EaEv^ re
hotel ALTAMONT. '
fine1tn?iTionla T" cl09l?ii,t^e beach and the
ev? SStmett^d^r
table and service. Ele.ator to street level S?
wrra.lf'u Untu Jul>- IS- Booklet '? Spe
? ^t8 D. E. GAITHER.
LITTLE BRlGRftfs hotft
m ^S-'ewly' SSuSSS^,^ thro.igh
sfest* "VSaLT"
HO I EL oLAfeSTONE
HOTEL NORMANDlEl
New Jersey ave., 3d house from bcach
W management. All modern appoiotments.
Including elevator to street level
?7 2tlt-7 G. SNYDER A SOX. Props.
Hotel New England!
^r.Xb^UDhaote1.Ve- Capacly? ^hMnt,
T^s-neT&r &t.ete-iUcci,ent
rnhS 104t-7 BR^AN ft WILLIAMS.
. Kooms DlrecHy r?chOcean
Z 1r be,,-b0"-)
B^ach Front and Maryland are., Atlantic Cltr
UauU
jeo-oxt-I ALFBEO ffTUtv
SUMMER RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITV, N. <1.
BT. GEORGE-BY-THE-SEA,
Chelsea, Atlantic City.
Ob the Uveas Front.
Je?-26t-4 AIJ Ju\* J. PHILLIPS.
SEASIDE HOUSE.
Ocean front hotel. Open all year. Elevator.
Orchestra. Hot and cold sea water hatha In
house. Par* artesian water. Covered walk to
ocean, 4c. Capacity, 300. Golf privilege*.
Booklet. CHAS. EVANS & SON.
ap7-78t-d
THE DUNLOP?BUILT ENTIRELY OF BKIC*.
ai;d directly on the beach front. Most central
location Contains sea and fresh water baths,
private and public. EleTator; sun parlors over
looking the Boardwalk; dining hall on top Boor,
etc. American and European plans. Writ* for
bocklet and special June rate*.
ROBERT T. DUNLOP,
Formerly of The Imperial and Victoria.
Jee-26t-10 New York.
THE MARYLAND,
New Tork ave. Second house from beach. Capacity,
ISO. Special Jan* rate, *T to fe. Mrs. SWAIM.
Je2-2?t,4
The Berwick, KEXTUC|^NEAK
Ocean view. Bates, $1.60 to $2.50 per day. Ca
pacity. 290l Loaf distance 'phone 82.
Je2-2St.6 GEO. W. SPBOEHNLI
9
SEW JERSEY AVE. AND THE BEACH,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
A select, high-class family hotel; exceptional
appointments and service. Table the best.
Write for booklet.
my31-26t-10 H. S. STEVENS
Hotel Em penal. ?
Full ocean view from wide 3-story porches. Mary
land are., 50 yards of beach, boardwalk and finest
bathing grounds. Excellent table, quick and effi
cient serTlce. Artesian water. $2 to $3 per day,
$10 to $18 per week. L G. KENDRICK.
je4-78t,7
Berkshire Bum.
VIRGINIA AVE., OCEAN END.
Special rates during July?$2.00 and $3.00 per
day; $9 $10, $12.50 and $15 per week. Ca
pacity, 500. Unobstructed ocean view. Large,
pleasant rooms, single and en suite. Elevator,
baths and every comfort. Booklet.
J. O. & J. E. DICKINSON.
Special Saturday until Monday rate?$3.50.
Jc6-26t-10
THE ARLINGTON,
Michigan ave. and the Beach. Capacity. 300. Ele
vator; private and public baths, etc. Hates, $2 and
$3 daily; weekly, $lu and upward.
3eO-26t-6 L. K. KUXZ.
TO THOSE DESIRING ~AN UN ASSUMING,
HOME-LIKE HOUSE, absolutely clean, good table,
Quick service, wa call attention to the
HOTEL MAJESTIC,
Virginia ave., third house from Beach.
Capacity. 250. Large sun parlor; elevator from
Street level; steam heat; baths. Specially low spring
rate. S2 to $2.50 dally; $U to $14 weekly. Booklet
mailed. ft. C. OSBORSEL
apl0-78t,12
MILLER COTTAGE,
9 to 1ft N. Georgia ave. Noted for Its excellent
table. Capacity, 250. $1.25 daily; $7 and $8 weekly.
Je2-26t,4 Mrs. I. H. MILLER.
HOTEL TRAYMORE,
Atlantic City, N. J.
Open all year. Hot and cold sea-water baths.
Booklet. Golf privileges. TRAYMORE HOTEL CO.
D. S. WHITE, Pres. HOWARD WHITE, Jr., Man.
mylP-40t-6
HAOOON HALL,
ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.
Every modern appointment and comfort. Hot
and cold sea water baths. Qolf link*.
Write for illustrated literature.
}al6-tf-10 LEEDS A LIPTINCOTT.
LARGE. COOL ROOMS, WITH FIRST-CLASS
table boajd, near the ocean; special ratea for
parties. 149 Ocean ave.
Jel>-2?f-4 Mrs. FLORENCE WILSON.
NEW RUDOLF.
Ocean front; 400 rooms, with *ea and fresh
water bath*. Special spring rates.
ap3 tf.6 OH AS. R. MTEIUL
OCEAN GROVE, N. J.
Seaside Hotel*
OCEAN GROVE, N. J. On the ocean front.
All guest rooms and porches overlook the sea.
BOOKLET. A. 11 STOCKTON. Prop. Jf&S-2fit-<l
HOTEL SPRAY VIEW,
Directly on Ocean Front. Send for Booklet.
Jell-w.f.m-26t.'.4 JOSEPH WHITE.
ASBL'RY PARK. N. J.
"A Modern Hotel by the Sea."
HOTEL COLUMBIA,
AND COTTAGES.
MAINTAINING A REFINED PATRONAGE.
Booklet. W. HARVEY JUNES, Prop.
j<-23-26t,0
METROPOLITAN HOTEL.
ASBURY PARK, N. J. Opens In June; location
best; orchestra; evening dinner; special rates to
parties early in season. THEO. OVES.
my80-f, u>&w-26t*-4
Tlhe New Femimore.
1% blocks from Ocean. Improved and enlarged.
Capacity, 200. THOS. NOBLE.
my30-f,m&w-26t*-4
THE LEADLY.
Thoroughly modern; twenty-first season; splendid
Ocean view, evening dinners. PROBST & LEaDLY.
njj'30-f,m&w-2Gt*-l
BEI.1IAR, X. J.
MELROSE INN-ON-THE-BEACH.
BELM All. N. J.
Open Jane to October. Write for Booklet.
je23-in.w&f,13t* A. E. HAVERSTICK.
SPRING LAKE, K. J.
Wilbuirtoii=by=tIhie=Sea.
Directly on ocean. Open June 21. Cottage an
nex now open. Elevator, it. K. LlXCHWOtti.il.
je!4-S2t?-4
OCEAN CITY. MP.
"NEPTUNE VILLA."
On ocean front. Now open to guests. All modern
conveniences. Distilled drinking water. Reason
able rate*. MANAGER, Box 45, Ocean City, II.1.
Je28-12t*,4
THE PLIJHHIMMQN,
OCEAN CITY, MD.
ONE WHOLE BLOCK OF OCEAN FRONT.
Newly decorated. Handsome ball room. HOLLY
WOOD MANDOLIN ORCHESTRA. Finest surf
bathing. Bath houses connected with hotel. Golf
Links and I,awn Tennis. Chattolauee Spring Water.
je27-2t)t-lP MRS. K. T. SHREVE.
THE BREAKERS,
DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH,
Ocean City, ild.
Surf Bathing. Sailing and Golf. Bath house*
connected with house. Miss M. E. NEWTON of
The Guysboro, Washington. D. C. Je2ti-12t*,7
CONGRESS HALL, OCEAN CITY, MI).; OCEAN
front. Rates, apply to CHAS. W. SEES, Mgr.
Je20-26t*
?THE DENNIS," OCEAN CITY, Mi>.?liOMK COJtl
forts; unobstructed view of ocean and bay; excel
lent table; terms. $0 to $10 per week; use of bath
rooms free of charge. Mrs. It. J. DENNIS.
je!3-27t-4
REliOBOTH, DEL.
Hotels Henlopen & Casneo,
REHOBOTH BEACH, DEL
Open June 14. Adjoining boardwalk. One hun
dred ocean rooms. Fine bathing and fishing. Sua
food; fresh vegetable* and fruits, flu to $17 0U
week. Orchestra.
Je4-20t-8 BURTON* A ROCK, Proprietors.
DOUGLASS HOUSE Rehoboth City, Del.
Open June 1 aatll Oct. 1. Special rate* for
June and September. Correspondence solicited.
myl4-B2t-4 JEFFERSON A LOFLAND. Prop*.
OK THE POTOMAC.
POTOMAC HOTEL,
St. George's Island, Md.
Opens July 1. Boating, bathing and fishing;
music and dancing; excellent table; rates mod
erate. Take -Irs. "Calvert" or "Potomac," both
of which stop at the Island. See "Star" for sail
ing Ijours. ADAMS BROS.,
Je23-TOt* St. George's Island. Md.
COLTON HOTEL NOW OPEN; CUISINE EXCEL
lent; bathing, fishing, crabbing and dancing; spe
cial rates to families; the oldest and prettiest
resort on the Potomac. Address H. W. LOVE
Colton's. St. Mary'* co., Md. Jel6-78t
HOTEL BELLEVAEW,
CHAPEL POINT, MARYLAND.
OPENS JULY 1.
Remodeled, repainted and put In first-lass
order for the season; rates, S5 to $10 per week.
For further Informatloc address Mrs. A. P.
KRETCHMAE, Proprietor, or W. M. HOWARD.
Manager. Chapel Point. Md. Je7-tf,10
BEACH HAVE*. Pf. J.
HOTEL BALDWIN,
Beaclh Ha vein, N. J?
Open until October 1. Under direct manage
ment jt tho owners. The Estate of Chas. T. Par
ry. Most popular resort for fishing and sailing.
Appointments 'he best. Terms moderate. Send
for booklet. my 17-511,10
DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
Tlhe New Knttatmmy,
DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
Under New Ownership and Management.
OPENS JULY 3D.
Entirely remodeled, refurnished,. enlarged and
thoroughly modernized; most complete resort botei
In the Pennsylvania mountains; electric lights
hydraulic elevator; 1-3 mile of broad plana*;'
magnificent view; GOLF LINKS; well-kept
walk* and drives; bathing, boating and ashing;
rooms en suite with private baths; golf tourna
ments and social diversions; illustrated booklet;
3^4 boars from Philadelphia. Pennsylvania R. R.
LEEDS A LIPPINCOTT.
Proprs Hidden Ball. LEWIS X. BRYANT,
Atlantic City, K. j. Manager.
jeltt-2flt-18
SUMMER BESOETS.
CAPE MAT. 1?. J.
THE ALDINK, DBCATUR ST.. CAPE MAT. N J.
P1r*t bouse frorn b- a.-h. Appointments first-Wass.
Dinners MTMl. lor tenua apply to THKO.
MIUJSR. Prop. J-2.V2?t.?
HOTEL COLUMBIA. CAPE MAY. N. J : NEAR
the beach; convenient to all trains: special rates
to families for Juue and July; best of service.
)e3-?5t? 8. A. FOSTKIt
Cape May, N. J.
Information obtained and booking*
can be made at Hotel Normandle,
13th and 1 sts. n.w.
Iea-tf.12 n. M. CAKI6.
THE COLONIAL.
Foot of Oeeen St., Cape Mai, X. J. Enlarged
alnce 1901. PrlTate baths. I nobstnicted ooea*
view. 'Phone ?2. \VM. H. CHI KCH. )cl2 R^t-4
ELBERON,
Cape May, N.J. Improved. Opposite O>cgro?a nalL
Two squares from station. J. R. WILSON, Prop.
]el2-26t-4
THE DEVON, CAPK MA*. N. J.?A COMFORT
able family house. Conveniences. Under anw
management. Near beach and railroad stations.
Miss A. ERICSSON. Je6-??t-4
THE WINDSOR.
Cape May, N. J. Directly on the beach. Full
erean Tlew from every room. Write for booklet.
je6-26t,4 C. B RKKVKS. Proprietor.
HOTEL SHOREHAM,
On the beach. Cape May Point, N. J. Cooler than
cool Cape May. Now under Reel management.
Postal brings 42-page booklet. GEO. H. REEL.
lc4-26t-4
CONGRESS HALL. CAPE MAY. N. J.-OPENS
June 21. Only brick hotel. I.ocated on bluff at
edge of ocean on Uve-acre lawn. Lnolistructed
view. Orchestra. Until opening apply 1?01
Chestnnt St., Phil's. Pa. K. II Vl-PIN. je2-6St-3
THE GLENWOOD. CAPK MAY. N. J.
Ideal location. Special rates for June. Long
distance 'phone No. 11 W.
je4-26t-4 W. F. WILLIAMS.
The Brextoo,
Moderate prices. Open all vear.
Jc2-82t-4 R. J. CRESWKLL.
Star ViSSIa, cate may, n. j.
Finest ocean view. Delightful location.
jc2-m.w,f.2t>t-l M. L. RICH A UPSON.
CAFE MAY POIVT, W. J.
CAPE HOUSE.
Ninth season under same management. Admitted
to be the leading family house. Large, airy rooms.
Full ocean view. Moderate rates. M. II. KROMElt.
jell -26t,4
WILDWOOI). W. J.
THE SHELDON?WILL WOOD. S. J.
The new mod-rn hotel in Wild wood. Directly on
the beach; elevator from street level, pas, electric
lights, telephone, private baths, &c. Table unex
celled. Booklet.
Je6 52t-6 FENNOCK A ANTRIM. Troprs.
THOUSAND ISLANDS.
THE FRONTENAC.
THE GEM OF TI1E ST. LAWRENCE RIVER.
Delightfully situated on Round Island, among
the Thousand Islands. Always cool and iuvigorat
ing. Every form of amusement. Excellent y-hole
golf course on property owned by hotel.
OPENS JUNE 20. June, July and September rates
especially attractive. Mr. Win. Jeffers, special rep
resentative, will be at New Willard Hotel, Wash
ington, every evening between 7 aud 9.
H. W. MERRILL, Manager,
The Royalton. 44 West Forty-fourth St., N Y. City.
(Mgr. Hotel Royal Palm, Miami, Fla.)
Je17-12r,15
BLOC K ISLAND. H. 1.
RT OCR* SPRING HOUSE.
ui_?wv^iv jq miles at sea, on bluff overlooking
ISLA hroad Atlantic. Owners of the
celebrated JLineral Springs. Modern
appointments. Orchestra, Telephone, Telegraph,
etc. Excellent Golf Links. Boating. Bathing and
Fishing. Booklet upon request.
K6-2flt-3 B B MITCHELL, Proprietor.
IX THE MOIXTAIXS.
HISTORICAL AND PICTURESQUE HARPERS
Ferry ; high and cool; excellent table; fresh vege
tables and milk; pure wat>-r; good lishing; elec
tric lighting; terms reasonable. Address J. J.
McOREARY, Prop.. Bolivar Heights Hotel. Jef
ferson Co., W. Ya. je2S-2t*-5
BLl'E MOUNTAINS.
DOUBLING GAP, PA.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL. DOUBLING
GAP, NEl'VILLE, PA. George Albert Preyer,
Prop. 2o S'juare miles of mountain forest and lake;
56th season. JULY 1, P.HJ2; moderate rates; dry,
cool, atmosphere; pine groves; medicinal springs;
hot sulphur baths; boating, athletic and children's
playgrounds; orchestra; amateur stage; dancing;
hotel, farms; LIBERAL TABLE; resident physi
cian; telegraph, telephone and i*)st offices at hotel;
nearest mountain resort for southern people.
je2H 20t-12
THE OAKLAND HOTEL. OAKLAND, MP.,
opened May 25th under management of Charles
Ileadley. One of the most noted summer resorts
on the B. & O.; altitude ft.; elegant drives;
beautiful grounds; splendid music; excellent cui
sine; trout and basa lishing; famous Washington
spring. noted fcr Its purity. Terms, $12 to $16
per woek. je27-.'U
!H!<rytf-(P>H Front Royal, Ya.; 8.'? milesfrom Wash
11 li'U^t&il lngton. Fishing, dancing, ping pong.
Many other attractions. Write for
19 booklet. G. P. ROLLER. Jc2?M2t*
KEE MAR HOTEL
One of the coolest and most delightful spots In the
Blue Ridge mts.; gas, electric lights; porcelalu
baths and large dancing pavilion. For terms ad
dress WM. W. DANENHOWElt.
je24-26t-7 llagerstown. Md.
HFLL TOP HOUSE,
Among mountains. Table and appointments noted
and first-class. Artesian water. Cool nights. Tele
graph office. T. S. LOYETT.
je4-tf Harper's Ferry. W. Ya.
HOTEL POWHATAN,
CHARLES TOWN. W. YA.
Popular resort in Ya. valley; modern improve
ments; magnificent porches; cool nights; pure
mountain air and water; 2 hours from Washing
ton. Rates reasonable. Je21-17t
THE ESSiCK, E8SICK HEIGHTS. PA.; ALTI
tude, 2.500 feet; finest location in the Allegbinie9;
excellent cuisine; casino, golf aud other sports;
terms reasonable; booklet. H. M. 1&S1CK, M.D.
Je4-52t-4
LEKSBURG INN.
Lepsburg, Ya.. Is now open for summer boarders.
High elevation, pure water and good table. For
rates address EICIIER & BARRY. Props. jel2-26t
AURORA HOUSE,
JS
Hotel. Annex and Cottages open June 1 to Nov. 1.
Four acres of sha<leo lawn, with surpassingly lux
uriant flowers. Cool, dry, bracing air. Entire free
dom from hay fever and mosquitoes. Baths. "Crys
tal Rock Spring" water. Superior table and comfort
everywhere. Large and congenial company every
season. Good music. Write for illustrated b<x>k
let. J. H. SHAFFER, Prop., Aurora, W. Ya.
Jell-12d
THE SUMMIT HOUSE AT HARPER S FERRY.
W. Ya., opens June 17. Send for circular and
terms. Address Miss L. ROSALIE MARMION,
Clark. 1el3-S2t?
Moaiotaaini View House.
?on top of the Alleghanles; 3,000 feet elevation;
now open. Good boanl; largo, airy rooms; saddle
and driving horses. Reasonable rates. Address
JOHN A. LANTZ. Propr., Aurura. W. Va.
Je7-26t-7
DEER PARK
HOTEL,
DEER PARK. MD.
MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER UESOUT OF THE
ALLEGHKNIKS.
Swept l>y mountain breezes. 2.800 feet shore ?ea
level. Absolutely five from malaria, hay fever
and mosquitoes. Reached without change of nn
from all principal cities via Baltimore and Ohio
railroad. livery modern convenience. Rooma en
suite, with private baths. Electric Lights, Long
distance Telephone, Elevators. Turkish Hatha.
Swimming Pools, Golf LJnks, Tennis Courts. Bowl
lug Alleys, Bl.Ilsrd Room, Magnificent Drives,
Complete Livery Service. Annapolis Naval Acade
my Baud. Hotel remodeled with additional con
renleueea and renovated throughout. All cottages
lm*e been taken for the season. Open from Jun.
21 to Septemtier 80.
For rates and Information sdilres*
W. E. BURWELL, Manager.
Deer Park, Garrett County, Md.
Jei-w.s.m-lS^-SO
RAWLEY SPRINGS, VIRGINIA.
Only chalybeate of its kind In America; iden
tical with that at Spa, Belgium. Elevatl ?n 2.0U0
feet; cool nights. D. M. SWITZER. Propr.. Raw
ley Springs. Ya- myl0toJy3lDc-6
YER1' ACCESSIBLE. 00 M. FROM WASH., VIA
Bluemont; int. valley and water scenery; bicy
cling, drives, shaded grounds; spring beds; no
children taken; fishing, boating, 'iwimmlng; 2
daily mails; first-vlas* fare; fre6h meats, fowls,
milk, fruits, $7 per week. Open till Nov. Procure
clrcolar. MAURICE CASTLEMAX. Castleman**
Ferry, Clarke (X, Va. Je3-78t
THE~ARANDALE OOTEIU
BEDFORD. PA.
Now open. Best location; beautiful lawn; farm
attached furnishes all the fresh vegetables; mineral
water dally from the famous spring. Terms mod
erate. AL?IP A SMITH.
my27-32t*-J8
CHALYBEATE SPRING HOTEL. IN 8HRNANDO
ah valley. From Washington, 100 miles. Mountain
scenery, shaded lawa, chalybeate water; C mails
dally; livery. A. P. McL\TlIltFF. Straaburg. Va.
Je6-2ttt*-4
kxKJKWOOD- AND ANNEX. HAHPKH S PERKY.
W. V?., open for the season; fine location; shady
grounds; table and service ?icclleut; lerms mod
ernte. A: P. pANlEL. Proprietor. mjR-104t
- ?EAKm?-WISCBLLAMieOff8.
BAY RIDGK. MD.
New management.
Dancing, boating, crabbing, fishing. Open every
dav. Hound tri*- &0c.. B. 1:0.1L 1L a i
SUMMER EESORTS.
WICKlXUEOtl.
BEKKKLET IliU.,
St. Mlcbaels. Talbot Co.. Md HcmMeleO anil ?n->
larged. All modem conveniences >?I'RN for gucsta
Jl'NE tO. R?-fereac<*. MISSftfe MILLER- Ja2I?t.4
* ? 1 a
ATLANTIC CITY REAL ESTATE.
HOTELS AND COTTAGKS FOB KENT AND SALJt
C. J. ADAMS. ?
(Pucetssor to I G. Adams A Oo.>,
Booms 2-44-8, Krai Estate lad Law lildf.,
AUaullc Citv. 1'buiM 71. -?
3al5 1,'.6t 5 -
SEASHORE REAL ESTATE.
E V. PATTFRSON.
?VwoTv?V .fxirrTAOES roR seatos IPO?
.JsJ.H...1'-"' 6 rooma tiio on
-"DEER Ll'ilA1^ n' furnished od
An .. ?i . ^ ' 10 rm" ? "?rfi!rnJaha?.Il5<> O0
N^w bLrtf 'Alll !",a."N Tni ?.vv?
M ?cw pWrJai Ur*" "" U"c,n?
ielO-t-.ll T.I,OS W SMITH,
^JeIO-g-fl Cof. 1st aud lad are.
COUNTRY ROARD.
JWo OOMMl'XICATINO ROOMS*
V i '* 1 "ear electric oar llm-i for a fain IT
J'"'1 'JJJT and thr.-,. , 1,11,inn. y..??g. .t
A<Mresa A. G. w . glar ,<B,* )i?, ;*?
,VAN"rPl MIU.wivTA?MrNE(a
*"i f Ti' UrK*- ?'""'J }"*rrt: ufortm.lo
tattle; spring water, drl>,? rr,.. iiil
l"J^\'i'?iP,'r.nj"" ..Mn< *? c- *<ARSHALU V.?r
pon Mills. %a., Manthill St a . s K K. Je:io-:!t?
400 FEET ABOVE WASHINGTON aNI? WITH IM
thirty minutes' rifle; steam and electric ?.in*.
Excellent table. Address Mrs. LOKER. 1\- > : g
ton. M<1. Je2* 21
noAKl?EKs~WANTEI? AT AN ol.|? HOMFSTF \Ti
In the riwlm<?nt region of Virginia. convenient
to nllwHy station. |**st ollBce. teleph<M)e, t<'i?s
moderate. Address >1. W. SLA I old EK. Wia
BtMi P. o.. Va. JeJB u ?
wantu) parties i;oT ?ming t> * * i run;"
special rates, nt ?>?intrj home near Front Koyal;
city references given. Uoi 1*4. Trout Kojal, \ a.
y?*i*
SI MMER HOARDERS < AN SF? i'KE C? ?? ?!>
r.H?ms and Ntartl f<y addressing Miss El*Mo.\iiS,
Maiu at., Warrenton, Va. J.-2S 7t*
*THK EVEBGREENS/* PRETTIEST H"T M \lt
Wash.; 3 mjs. ekvtric cbi>; lirst < lass table;
cool rooms; pure water; shadv 1 iwu; dan Ing
pavilion. Mrs. A. McSWEEN, Falls Church. Va.
j*2h-3f
FRONT KooM AT TAKoMA I'AHK Willi
U>urd: private family; shade, lurches. A :n?ir
rifd <t?tip!<* xrlthoiit rhildren; refrtvnifs. \?ld
??TAKoMA.** Star ofllrc. Je27-.1t*
WAVEKEEY V HiTa" HAMILTON. 1/K'2h?1 V
couuty, Va. IMif^htfully IwatPd; tin*'. s:::??ly
lawn; cxcvllont table; rras.-iwMe lirerj; c??.h|
train service; rnt^s n^asonahle; lw?st <?f retVr.
enees plven. <?i?en June 1T>. Aj?ply to Mrs ?. !*?
K It A M EK. H-i!si!'. :??!!. Va. |p27 ?>? *
F1B8T ? 1 .ass OOCXTKY BOARD M VkVQi D II
SpS".: plenty shade; ^<hmI wat?>r. sulphur ^
Rminutes' walk sulphur baths. For t-nns ?p
'?? to Mrs. S. M. M?*CoN?*HIE, Fauquier
yzi at*
ft
a.
"OAK LAWN;" BEAT TIKFIJA SITI'ATEI? IV
a forest; hljjh and healthful; mountain nlr; xln*?t
Bprli.g water; stream near; eieelbnit tabl*-; ni mU
erate terms; rtHluced rates f<?r August; r f -r
enees exehanp d. Address Mrs. 11. FT? HIStlHl|
Frbana. Krederlek county. Md. JyllT .It*
ii?lewiei?. a pleasant home for[ i>7*\?fu
ers. is open; hot and e?dd liath^. eool r??onis; ?: ? ?d
table; lnrpe halls; 13? ft. porehes. Apply Mrs,
A. <i. CFKUY. Paeotilan Springs. Va. >-'JT 'A ?
A FEW FEKSONS WANTING ?. ?NI l'i ?K1 \ I -! .75
farm boarding during the hot months, at ?"1IF.AP
rates, may aildress Mrs. ELIJAH WAI.K I iC^
Galthersburg, Md. Ja26-4?t
CAN AO'oMMOPATE A FEW IMAKM liS
children! at Capitol View. M<1.; city convenience}
elevated situation; steam and electric cars; ra'es,
$?? per week. 51 per day. Apply E. L. TOl^SON'#
14??7 <} st. n.w. |e24 6t*
BOAlUlEES AT A COt'NTKV HOME. PLEASANT
ly situated on the Kappahann?>< k river; f.'?o4
table; cheap fare from Washington: terms vrj
reasonable. Address Mrs. S. A. HAT< I.IFi'K#
Comorn. King George county, Va. JelM ?.
OPKX Jl'NE 25. CEDAK VIEW llOTFU W
kerson's wharf. Fishing, crabbing, bciatlng, baih
in>r; gtK>d shade; table well supplied with every
thing in season; |>er w??ek. WM. S. WIL^
KEUSON. l*rop.. Wilkersou'e P. O., Va. Je24 tit*
"BEL A IK." COIjONIAI. STYLE <TvEUl>?OK 1 \ <1
Front Koyal; rooms large and tilry; tine shade;
home comforts; fruit, milk. Ice; services tlrst
cluss; terms. $5 per wook. Mrs. KORT. M.
MAHSHALL. Fn.nt Koyal. Va J 24 12t*
? KFKAL ROME ON WEST RIVEIF'-NoW <?PLn!
Nicely located on W? st river, in view of C!?? **
jH'ake bay. 8 miles below Bay Kidg*1; good shade;
large lawn; flahiug. crabbing, rowing and sailing;
fruit In season. For descriptive circular addret*
(Mrs. i MATILDA NOW ELL. Shady Side, Md.
y 24 TSt-0
ST. JAMES, NEAU HAGEKSTOWN NOW opFN;
healthy location; Lirgc bouse, slisdy grounds;
moderate rates; references exchang?*d. Adilr?-sa
Miss??s MFKPHY A BKISCoE, St. James, Md.
je21-s&w-6t
LINGANOKE HILLS INN. NEAR FREl?EltI? K.
Situation high; large, shady lawn; double |sirc|i?s;
fishing, boatinir ; refs. exch. For b n>klet address
Miss E M BROWN, Frederick. Md. ajCW UUt 4
WANTED?COUNTRY HOARD.
WASTED-BY COI PLF. WITH < AND IN.
fant. 1 large room and board; plain diking;
plenty of shade; private family preferred; sub
urbs. on car line; stat*- teriu^, must b* reason
able; prompt pay; refercin-ea. ik?x 124. Star
JellS 2t*
EDUCATIONAL.
IX WISHIlMiTON.
WANTED ?BY A COI.IJiUE WOMAN, PITIUI
to teach; college or preparatory woilt. Addresa
Box 106. Star office. je30-2t*
$10=Suinnirinier Session-$113
Special course fruui nnw until Sept. 1 day <>r
ereulog. WOOD'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 3U
East Capitol at. >-21-?.m,w,tf
W. F. DALES. PH.D.. 322 C ST. N.W., "
Classical tcacb?r. Pupils tborouehly prepared for
any college or (or other examinations Fifteea
years' successful experience. je7-26t*
HE DRILLERY,
1100 NEW Y011K AVENUE,
Washlugt 'ii. D. C.
8horthand, Typawrlt inf.
M a t b e m a tics, Bookkeeping.
Business Training; preparation
for Civil Servlcs Examinations;
r>ugh drafts, copying and spac
ing; tabulation. No summer
vacation; students enter st anf
time Jel3-tf
FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL.
Attractive method, thorough In* tract ion.
Classes and private lessons now and in Summer.
MLLE V PKLD HOMME. 307 D n.w. tear lines.)
my21-tf .4
French, German. Spamish, etc.
Method awarded two gold a.id two allver metlalf
at the Paris Exposition of 1900. Its author dec
orated Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. Over 7lM)
pupils last school year.
BERLITZ loA.b,:j),0V?11?"er*ln?
t:rHnni Pro' A. GONABD. Principal
^^nuUL. 72a 14th ,erml jfii^
MloS UALCU S CIVII. SEBVICE INSTITUTE A.VJ
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
(103 O st. n.w.
FlfCher TaatiKUltlca, steoograpby, typewrttlnt
- , O . X Jt
PALMISTRY
HAVE YOUR HANDS READ BY MME BIT A.
the world's greatest palmist and astrologer, hold
ing receptions daily at 717 I st. n.w., cor of 8th.
Fee, 25 and 60 cents. Je2-26t*
?of the $130,000 fund still re?
mains to be loaned on approved
real estate security.
?Property In Oorgetown preferred. Ton call
borrow any anmuut you need and you'll gel
the money without the least delay.
The Miller-Shoemaker
Real Estate Co., 'Drorpor,tM
1323-1325 32d St. 'Phone W. 40.
Je0-78t.30
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
"n?*dquarter? for Hooe-eeekere."
?We can meet every de
mand for homes and fix the
terms to suit your means.
A Bargain in the N. W.
?A good 12-room and bath brick
house, located on a lot 22x133 to 80
foot alley; within a short distance of ^
the cars and on a good concrete street. ]
This is one of the cheai>est houses we i
have ever offered You can make your \
own terms. Do not fall to ae? this
at the very first opportunity. It jrill
n??t be on the market long f
at thla price. Only
H. R. Howenstein,
Real Kstate Broker, Atllt /I Cf
'Phone Main TW. " * v VI Ol.

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