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THE EVENING 8TA1L
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Kates of advertising made known on application*
Part 2.
Pages 2 = 112,
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WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1903.
An advertisement in tha
evening newspaper presents
its proposition to prospec
tive customers when they
are in the mood to be in
terested and enlightened.
?Moore
This Handsome Detached House
1125 Roanoke Street.
Near 13th Street.
Must be inspected to be appre
ciated.
An unusually well-built house?
built by day's labor. Splendid ar
rangement; parlor, reception hall,
dining room, pantry, kitchen on
first floor; 6 sleeping rooms; 2 tiled
bath rooms; hot water heat.
If you appreciate a well-con
structed house?a house with side
light?you should not fail to in
spect this handsome house.
APPLY FOR PRICE AND
FURTHER PARTICULARS.
No. 1127 Roanoke St.?the only
remaining inside house left.
A special bargain can be had in
this house.
Unusually well built?10 rooms,
4 on first floor, HOT WATER
HEAT, 2 baths, large yard.
717 14th Street.
The Best Value.
This Elegant Colonial Residence.
An unusually attractive house, well built by
owner for n home; colonial style; front porch full
width of house, same being 34 feet; side space on
both sides of house, affording side light. The loca
tion is the l>est in the fashionable northwest, sur
ronnded by elegant mansions.
A large portion of the purchase price can re
main at per cent interest.
APPLY FOR PERMIT TO INSPECT.
This handsome
Residence
A Solid Brown
Stone Front.
Nos. oil, C-:, 64, 66 R. I.
Ave. N. W. (No. 58 5o!d.)
PRiCES:
Nos. 60, 62, $5,750.
Nos. 64, 66, $5,650.
$500 ? r m r* < ash monthly payments of $14. in
cluding inh 1 s; as
These handsome h'rises In the very best location
In this desirable setioii on that bea'stifnl wide
avenue. i'niis ally attractive fronts of tine qual
ity of brown stone and red pressed br.ck. The
arrangement is the best:
FIRST ri.noK Hand-. m ? parl<r. reception hall,
dlniug r-M.in. pantry and kitchen: back porch.
SEO>\I> IU m Hi. 3 g?Mnl size sleeping rooms and
handsome tiled bath. a rear porch and
A CONSERVATORY.
Tin 1:1? ri.nui: '2 g .d-d/ed Sleeping rooms.
A larjre dry eellar under the entire house; a good
Bake ef furnace.
THE SPECIAL FEATTIIFS.
A Oonserra tory. ?The lots are eighteen feet wide
tnd front on It. I. ave. and run through to T st..
With large rear yard, with an attractive paling
fenee. A grand location?superior construction?
auilt by day labor.
Purchasers who decide now* will have the privi
lege - f aeb-.-tlns the papering and gas fixtures.
Open f r ins^-ction l? - sure to see these before
"Vuyinj:; they are the best.
Fine Detached Home,
$12,000.
A well-built modern bouse; a
handsome house?stone and
brick; a most desirable location
west of 14th St.. facing east
over a broad street; 4 rooms on
1st floor; 0 sleeping rooms; 2
baths; hot-water heat; lot
about 25x130; side light; alley.
Modern Double Residence,
Cheap at $10,000.
A fine location 011 K St., near Conn, are.; 10
rooms; 2 baths, with 13-Inch walls; electric lights;
hot-water heat; a handsome front of stone and
brick.
Cheap at $13,000.
Rented for $75 per
month.
A very handsome front; 4
rooms 011 first tloor, 0 sleeping
rooms; 2 baths; hot-water heat;
a very tine location 011 a let
tered street north of and near
1 >111* *iit Circle; large lot to
alley.
Fn-nts south on one of the
handsomest streets in thenorth
j we*;; DETACH El?; side light;
j a side driveway; 12 rooms; 2
? handsome bath rooms; hot
wan r heat; large, 2 story brick
j stable: atx ut 4.700 square feet
i ground in lot.
< \\ \ HE HOFGHT AT A
1 BARGAIN PRICE.
Moore & Hill (Inc.), 717 14th St.
. ?*. | ? . "
Moore
717 14th Street.
Only three (3) left?eight (8) sold.
51=55=61=63 R.I. Ave.N.W.
We claim these are the very best value In
"Bloomingdale;" in fart, we have never known
their equal for the price. They are well built, and
the arrangement, decorations, etc., compare with
houses costing from $12,000 to $15,000. These de
sirable houses are only held at $5,S00, $5,1)00 and
$5,075 each.
Three stories; large, dry cellar; a perfect heat
ing plant. The arrangement Is most desirable?4
rooms ou first floor, with reception hall plan; same
lighted with window of cathedral leaded glass and
?specially fitted up for a living room, with console
and stationary seat combination; very exjjensive
decorations throughout; 6 sleeping rooms; hand
some tiled bath room, with best open plumbing and
porcelain bath tub; laundry; large lots; room for
stables; wide alley.
EASY TERMS?MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Only Two (2) Left of Those Hand
some and Artistic,Homes in
"Cleveland? Park."
Both of These Are Bargains.
$7,500? No. 2944 Newark st. That attractive
house (3d house from entrance to the park from
Conn. ave. on south side), 8 room*. 50 ft. front.
$7,000?No. 303* Newark st. 50 feet front, a
charming cottage, with a tine view of wooded hills
and valley, 7 rooms and attic, poscbes, etc.
VERY EASY TERMS? < ?I'K5 FOR INSPECTION.
We also offer that attractive home, n.w. cor.
Highland ave. and Newark st., about 0,500 sq. ft.
ground, $8,500.
This Handsome Col
onial Residence,
$16,000.
In one of the choicest loca
tions on Washington Heights;
south front. First floor?Draw
ing room, large middle hall with
two large windows, dining room,
pantry, kitchen. Six sleeping
rooms'; 2 baths: hot-water heat.
I>ot 2<>xl20; alley; ample ruom
for stable.
SPECIAL!
A Positive Sacrifice at
$8,500. Actually Cost
$ 11,000.
Exceptionally well located,
west of 10th st. and overlook
ing a pretty park; a hand-some
front of brown stone and brick;
FINISH KD IN SOLID OAK
ANI) ASH; 0 sleeping rooms, 2
bath rooms (oue tiled), with
porcelain bath tubs; HOT
WATKR HEAT; 10 FEET
WIDE. A special feature of
this house is a large d,n!ns
room. OWNER LEAVING
CITY SHORTLY OFFERS THIS
PROPERTY AT SUCH A SAC
RIFICE.
Solid Stone Front.
$17,000.
Near Scott Circle; 12 rooms;
lot about 25x100; unusually well
built; rents $1,000 a year.
A chance for a bargain.
Attractive front of stone
and brick; 4 rooms on 1st
floor; same on 2d; attic;
large tiled bath; large lot;
alley. Very easy terms.
This attractive and artistic
home can be bought low, ou ac
count of owner leaving town.
A beautiful outlook; sur
rounded by handsome houses; 4
rooms on 1st tio<>r; 2 handsome
baths; a very expensive hot
water heating plant; lot 20x110
feet.
You must inspect this at
tractive home to appreciate it.
Reduced to $12,000.
A Bargain.
A tin? locatSou on a lettered
street near lfSlh st.; 4 rooms on
first floof; lot about 21x115; a.ley.
On "Washington
Heights," $11,000.
On oni of the handsomest and
widest streets; stone and brick
front; 4 rooms on first floor; 0
sleeping rooms; 2 til d baths;
hot-water heat: lot 20x115; al
ley; ehctric light'ng; very con
venient to lines of cars.
No. 67 U St.
N. W,
Offered for
$5,000,
Handsome Stone
Front, $16,000.
A fine location down town;
about 14 large rooms; lot about
24x146; 2-story brick stable.
An Elegant Residence
The very best location on
Mass. ave. n.w.; solid stone
front; lot 21%xl30; alley.
Large rooms; 2 baths; hot
water heat; well built by
owner for a home.
LET US SHOW YOU THLS
HOUSE.
1337 Harvard St.
$6,200.
Brownstone and
red brick front I
4 rooms on lat
floor; 5 sleeping
hot-water
? t ; south
A Tery
desirable loca
tion?on a wide
avenue north
weat, near car
line.
A Fine Home for
$15,000. Many held at
$20,000 are not so
good.
New and never been occupied.
Located on a prominent avenue,
just off Conn, ave.; a beautiful
outlook. Tttre.r stories. ce'Iar,
attie. 2 baths, a servants' ba.h,
about 7 b*d rooms, back stair
way. electric lighting. Proba
bly the 1 lest value in a modern
house on the market, especially
considering the location.
No. 1238 Columbia Road.
A Great Bargain at $7,350
Attractive front; 4 rooms on 1st floor; 6 sleeping
rotmg; handsome tiled bath; hot-water heat; 3
story back porch; A CONSERVATORY. Must be
Inspected to b.? appreciated.
OPEN SUNDAY.
Moore and Hi30 Xttrac.),
717 14th St.
1436
Howard
Avenue.
Reduced
to
$7,000.
The owner hav
ing disposed of
the remaining:
houses In the
row at higher
prices, and now
being anxious to
wind up affairs.
Las authorized
us to sell the
last house at
this low price.
Well built; stone
and brick front;
6 sleeping
rooms ; hot
water heat.
floors Hill (3ric;)
717 14th St.
Reduced
$9,500.
Those Elegant
New Residences
On
Washington Heights
1929 lo 1941
Cincinnati Street
DESCRIPTION:
Haadsome fronts of Pompeilan brick and
best Hommelstown brawn stone; II rooms (7
bed rooms) and 2 tiled ba h rooms; 4 rooms,
Including kitchen, on first floor; 4 rooms and
bath on second floor; 3 rooms aad bath on
third floor; larfe, bright and dry cellar, with
laandry aad servants' toilet.
Best Hot-Water Heating Plant
Open Week Days and Sundays.
Liebermann&Hawn,
1303 F St.,
Exclusive Agents.
Only $7,750.
THREE (3) SOLD.
We''' 'We you the best houses' ever offered In this city for the price. The owner
purclks u me ground at such a low price that he can sell for at least one thousand
dollars less than any similar house, SO LOW THAT THE PURCHASER SHOULD RESELL
AT A PROFIT.
1250 to 1266 Columbia Road.
Adjoins Corner of Thirteenth St
Splendid Location.
One of the most elevated sites on beautiful "Oh
lumbia Heights;" paved street; cement sidewalk J
surrounded by beautiful residence! occupied by
prominent business men high government officials,
professional men and capitalists; near schools,
churches, cars and stores. The healthiest and m<>st
inviting section of this beautiful city.
EXTREMELY LOW PRICICS-very much loss
than any similar houses have ever sold f<>r. TIIEY
- *1,_t " ^ " ** J
~ ' ?
MIST (JO.
Handsome Fronts ol Best Quality
of Red Brick
and brownstone trimmings, stone porch and steps.
ARRANGEMENTS: First floor?Pretty parlor;
handsome mantel; op-n fireplace; large reception
hall or library, with mantel and open fireplace;
large, well-lighted dining room, with elegant man
tel and fireplace; pantry and well-equipp-d kitchen.
Second floor?Four lovely bed rooms and one of the
PRETTIEST TILED BATHS YOU EVER SAW;
PORCELAIN TUB, NICKEL plumbing, cabinet
mantels. Third flour?Two large, light bed rooms;
fine bath.
INTERIOR FINISH AND DECORATIONS UN
SURPASSED. Cement cellar entire house; en
trance front, r. ar and in side. THERE ARE TWO
STAIRWAYS FRONT AND REAR. TWO STORY
PORCHES IN REAR.
HEAT: Thoroughly and economically heated by
a first-class steam-heating plant, put in at a cost
fully one-half more than th<?se in most houses.
THE PLUMBING is also of the best and most ex
pensive.
DECORATION'S:
The Interior decorations will be of a high ordur
and calculated to satisfy the cultivated taste of
bomescekers in this high-ds-is residence sctlon.
The ceilings of parlors and dining r> oms will re
ceive delicate and effective treatment at the hands
of a first-class artist.
Those who purchase b-fore this work is done will
be given the opportunity to use their own taste in
the matter of papering and decorating.
FREE LOCAL AND LONG-DISTANCE TELE
PHONE IN EACH HOtSE.
Open for Inspection. Don't fall to see them, even
if you don't buy. You will see the best house#
ever offered for the price.
Stone & Fairfax.
Exclusive Agents,
It
Look at These Houses
18th Street, Washington Heights.
2465-67-69 and 2471 18th St.
Reduced to $8,000.
HANDSOME FRONTS OF BROWN STONE
and Roman-shaped buff brick, with fine bay win
dows and balconies above; large cellar under en
tire house, with cement floor, front, rear and in
side entrances, double laundry tubs, servant's toi
let and modern guaranteed hot-air heating ap
paratus.
First floor contains tiled vestibule, drawing
room, reception hall, dining room, pantry and
kitchen, with all modern conveniences.
Second floor?Three large chambers, tiled bath,
with porcelain tub, wash basin and toilet.
Third floor?Three bed rooms and tiled bath, same
as on floor below.
General?The main rooms are finished in hard
wood, with handsome mantels, light fixtures, etc.
All the rooms and halls have fine closets. The
decorations can be selected by the purchaser.
These houses are well constructed, being built
by one of Washington's best builders; they are
located in one of the best and most promising
residential sections of the District, surrounded by
the handsome residences of our most prominent
citizens, and being near two of our principal car
linee, which makes them accessible to any part of
the District.
STONE & FAIRFAX,
806=808 F Street N.W.
Ideal Investment
-AND
Home Properties
. ?m
Bloomraimigdale.
211 to 311 Seaton St. N.W.ji
NO. 29 NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION.
In construction, decoration, desirability
and value these bouses offer tbe best
proposition for tbe money In town.
DECRIPTION.
Handsome red brick fronts with carved
brownstone trimming*.
First floor?Parlor, dining room and re
ception hall, beautifully finished In bard
wood; pantry and kitchen.
Second floor?Three large, light bed
rooms and bath, with closet to each bed
room, and large hall closet for linen.
Hardwood doors to this story. Large,
high attic for storage or servants' quar
ters.
Nos. 21, 25 and 29 have rear stalr
waya. Cabinet mantels, open tiled
fireplaces, tiled vestibules and bath
rooms with nickel-plated plumbing.
Two-story porches in the rear and
cement cellar under the entire house.
Heated by a furnace which has no su
perior. Apply on the premises or to
ALEX. HBLLAR,
Owner and Builder,
1215 kthlo Ave. N.W.
u
A Bargain.
$6,500.
On an ave. n w., sooth of T; well constructed
by a large contractor for his home at a cost of
#?,500; present owner will let go for amount of
k>an.
Front part stone and hrb'k; 10 rooms; TILED
RATH; PORCELAIN TIT!*; NICKEL PLUMB
ING; magnificent mantels; STEAM 1IEAT; con
venient location; near cars, schools, stores and
churches.
STONE & FAIR FAX
806 and 808 FSt N.W.
For Sale?In Blcomingdale,
No. 1721* 1st st. n.w.
VERY HANDSOME 3-STORY DWELLING, NEAR
LY NEW.
Has largr*? parlor, reception hall and dining room;
four large l?ed rooms on the second floor, and bed
room and store room on third floor. Concreted col
lar under wholfc house; furnace heat.
This House is in Perfect Condition.
Having Just been newly papered throughout, with
very handsome hand dec. rations in parlor, dining
room, bath and vestibule.
TO AN IMMEDIATE PURCHASER THE PRICB
WILL BE REDUCED TO $5,650.
Terms to suit. Inspection Invited,
It W. E. WRIGHT, C19 E st. n.w.
Cutting Trees by Electricity.
It Is reported in the German press, ac
cording to Richard Guenther. consul gen
eral. Frankfort, Germany, that successful
experiments have been made in various
forests of France in cutting trees by means
of electricity. A platinum v^ire is heated to
a white heat by an electric current and used
like a saw. In this manner the tree ia
felled much easier and quicker than in the
old way; no sawdust is produced, and the
slight carbonization caused by the hot wire
acts as a preservative of the wood. The
new method is said to require only one
eighth of the time consumed by the ol4
sawing process.
Bacon?"I see a man named G. Rafter la
running for office in a western city."
Kgbert?"And yet there are persons who
claim there is nothing in a name!"?Yoa?
kers Statesman.
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