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Cq 2 E7All mail suscriptions mest be paid in adwa AY OB 190. aten advertiuing mad bP ages - OR Stone & Fairf8 Every Hou for V NY ONE with an id< lists are made up of buyer who comes he we offer you servic< come here and talk real esta1 you fancy and give you their quarters, and consult us abc Bargains in Northwest Houses. $5,500-16th street; a three-story, bay window brick dwelling; dry cel lar; furnace heat; mantels; open fireplaces; plenty of room for a stable; a splendid location; sur rounded by houses costing from $15,o0 to $40,000; desirable expos 4 ure; suitable for a refined home or an investment. 55.200-Formerly held at $7,500; a sub stantial three-story red brick bay window, with a cellar; furnace heat; nine large rooms; facing + south; lot I9xI00; this is a re 4. markably low-priced house for + this desirable situation; west of 14th street, south of B. $4,000-Appraised not a long while ago at V6,0W; there is a trust of $3,500 on the house, loaned by a conser + vative trust company; Interest at the rate of 5 per cent; red bay window front; situated on a con lvenent square on New Hampshire avenue; only $5001 cash required, tfe balance can remain at 5 per cent interest; a splendid oppor + tunity to locate on this beautiful 4. avenue. + 4)0-Ne.tr 15th :ind R streets, a three + story. ten-roon bay-window brick + dwelling; lot 2fx95 to a public al + Iey; cellar under the entire house. + Tiie owner took this Louse for a + debt is the reason that it is of * fered at such an extremely low + price; the house alone would cost + more to build. + $4,750-A particularly desirable house, + situated on an avenue, fronting on + one of the handsomest private + residences in the District; location + %west .)f 13th street. The house is + a well-planned one; two stories and cellar. four rooms deep on - each iloor; front and rear stair ways; furnace heat; open on three sides; good size back yard; con + venielnt to several car lines; the + price qLioted is less than the house + could be built for. Several years + ago the ptoperty was taken in an + exchange at $7,4X00. We would + suggest that you would see this + proeirty without fail. + $4,500-Nortih Capitol street; one of the + prettiest and most complete two + story houses on this beautiful + wide thoroughfare: complete in every detail: in fact, it is said that there are more conveniences and modern improvements In this one little house than one often finds in a $10.4*0 residence. The front is of the best quality of red brick and Indiana lime stone, stone porch and steps: tiled bath; tiled vestibule, porcelain tub, nickel plumbing, beautiful man tels, attractive gas fixtures; deco rations and papering very attrac tive. It is surprising what one + finds in this house for so little money. + 5,000-On a numbered street in Mount Pleasant; a very attractive two story brick dwelling, front of Ro + man brick, stone porch and steps. + An opportunity to purchase a house in this very choice neigh borhood at actual cost. The own er of a vacant lot had this house erected and offers the same for sale without any profit whatever; he simply desires to dispose of his lot. A well-arranged house, two stories, cellar under the entire house; parlor, library, dining room, pantry and kitchen on the first floor; furnace heat, large til ed bath, porcelain tub, nickel plumbing, many cabinet mantels, rear porches, deep lot, a few steps + from the extension of the Conn. avenue car line. 33,500-13th street, a comfortable, two story brick dwelling, seven rooms. bath, modern plumbing, stable, good size lot, very wide parking; near cars, stores, schools, church es, etc.;' a very desirable home. $4,200-Must be sold to divide up an es tate. a two-story brick dwelling, 4. fronting south on an avenue; seven rooms, bath and cellar; the bath room Is tiled, and the work is all done in a first-class man ner; porcelain tub, nickel plumb ing. stationary washstand; the vestibule is also tiled. The owner, at considerable expense, put in a first-clais hot water heating plant; he claims that the house can be heated throughout the en tire winter with six tons of coal. The location is good, not so far out, convenient to several car lines. It would be a pretty good 4. purchase for an investment, as 4. it rents steadily. 4.$4,500-n popular ''street. brick, bay 1' window, two-story, cellar under 1' the entire house; furnace heat; four rooms deep on two floors; several very neat cabinet man tels; lot 18txl00 ho a public alley; a house so well situated and so desirably arranged is in demand and will be sold shortly; do not delay. $4800-Renting for 335.00 per month; one of those old-fashioned houses on (I street west of the Navy Depart ment; three stories and cellar, Scontaining ten rooms; lot 21x80. $4,000-One square from Dupont Circle, two-story brick dwelling, situated on the side of an~ alley: seven rooms and bath; property in this section will surely enhance in value. 54,800-Very central. H street near 9th; >three-st .ry brick dwelling, con talningr eight rooms and bath: persons compelled to live central seldom have an opportunity to purchase a brick house so central -ly located at such a low figure. The owner wishes to use the pro ceeds of the sale of this house in a business enterprise, and has re duced the price from $5,700. $4,710--Near 10th and 0 streets. One might look at twenty-five houses before he would find one in so ex cellent condition; there is not one Sthing needed; the house is well planned, two-story, four rooms deep on each floor; two stairways; cellar, large shed, lot Ux100. ISTONI I 804-2 Horses of th Right Sot I ;at the R ight Sort of Prime, 8 se in This I our Buying Estate Now a of investing in real estate owes it I the best propositions on the marke re finds that his interests are thore of a sort you won't find anywhere e. Our representatives are glad to I advice on them. We want you to n 'ut any property that is for sale in U $3,500-A comparatively new house on 13th street n.w.; a brick house, with a bay window and a cel lar, furnace heat, modern bath room, reception hall, cabinet man tels; nicely decorated; refined sur roundings; lot large enough for a stable. There are dozens of per sons looking for just such a house as this; if it were not for disturb ing the tenant, we would print tihe number. $3,750-Lot considerably wider than most of them; it is nearly 25 feet wide; the house is rather modern and well located, in an improving sec tion of the northwest; a section where more houses sell than any other; the house has a reception hall, rear stairway, four rooms deep on the first floor, modern plumbing, cabinet mantels, open fireplaces, and is altogether one of the choicest little homes that we know of; the price is below -value. S4,000-H street n.w. near 5th; brick, three stories; rents for $.30.00; nine rooms and bath; good condition; lot 100 feet deep to an alley; a good renting section. $5,250-H street n.w. opposite the gov ernment prirrting office; one of those roomy, three-story flat front brick housis, containing ten rooms and bath; lot 18x70; it now rents for $30.00; it would make a very fine paying investment if one were to convert it into a store. 35,000- street n.w. near 7th; three story :rick dwelling, containing ten rooms and bath; deep lot run ning to an alley. Bargains like this are snapped up quickly in Ihis central location; they rent so quickly; it is also a very goad lo cation for a business man. 33,750-West of 14th, on a street running norti and south; a comparatively new brick, two stories and cellar, furnace heat, very substantially built, attractive, well rented; the price is low. 33,500-West of 14th street, a select square, all the houses occupied by white persons; a brick, two stories ard cellar, six rooms and bath; lot 20 feet wide, over 80 feet deep to a wide paved alley; this is one of the few opportunities ever of fVned for one wishing to locate in this desirable section, at a low figure. 34,500-K street n.w. near 5th, three story brick dwelling, containing nine rooms, all good size rooms; house in geod condition; fair size lot; this price is very reasonable, and should interest parties look ing for an investment. $4,000-Near Washington Circle, reduced -from $5,500, containing seven or eight rooms, attractive red brick. bay-window front; facing south; this house sold when completed for $5,700, the present owner took it for a debt, and in order to re alize cash offers it'for sale at a price that is admitted by all to be below the real value. 33,700-Near 7th and Q streets; one of the neatest appearink two-story bay aow dwellings to be found any where; the houEes have the repu tation of being constructed far above the average; when com pleted the houses sold for 34,800; this part!cular house figured in an exchange: the price has been re duced; two-story and cellar, seven rooms and bath. everything neat and attractive; the location is con venient, near the High School, market, stotes, etc.; a good place to live. $3,350-West of 7th street, a neat, two story brick dwelling, heated with a furnace, the plumbing is all new. porcelain bath tub, new mantels, nice decorations, com plete in every detail; a very cozy home; 29 feet front, side alley; faces south; there are so many persons looking for houses like these northwest, but they are sel dom offered, therefore we advise you to apply promptly. $4,850-West of 16th street, three-story brick dwelling, containing ten rooms and bath; lot 20x95; this .house was taken for the trust by ,.an out-of-town corporation; it .was valued when the loan was made it $7,000; a bargain for some one. $4,500-1f you were to see this house you could not but help admit that it is one of the best houses you have heard of for the price; the house alonle could not be built for less money, the lot. is a valuable one, not a little, cramped-up one, but 20 feet wide and nearly 100 feet deep. The house is a well planned one, two-story, four ',ooms eep on each floor, modern plumbing, furnace heat, wide ?l ley in Lnc rear. It is well worth the trouble for any one looking for real value to inspect this house. It is not more than 10 or 15 min utes' walk from the pension office. $4,650--On a lettered street near the High Schosni; this house has never been offered for sale; it is really well buit and well planned; two stories and celiar, four rooms deep on each floor, let 20)x15; faces south. $8,650-One of the few houses offered at this price, with cellar and'furnace heat, centrally located on a let tered street south of I; it has an advantage of being on the side of an alley, has side light, pretty nearly .as good as a corner house; there are fwur bed rooms, mantels, front ent'rance to cellar; it is a good income producer. renting for $20.50 pe- month; well construct ed. Bargains In Northeast and Southeast Houses. $4,200-Near 2d and Maryland avenue; good, solid, baT-Window brick dwelling, with a cellar, eight rooms and bath;30 18x05O to an -alley; just a MtfM better than anything you have yet seen so well located. =806-88F St .ist Argues Real o himself to consult us. Our t today. Every prospective ughly studied. We believe else. We're glad to have you ake you to see any properties ake this your real estate head ashington. $4,000-A new house just completed on 5th street southeast; two-story and cellar, modern bath, porcelain tub, stationary washstand, cabinet mantels; first floor trimmed throughout in hardwood; good size back yard, deep parking, at tractive decorations and paper ing; a house that will sell on sight. $4,000-One square from the Capitol; a three-story, nine-room brick dwelling; lot 18x100 to a public alley; the owner writes us that he is quite anxious to make a quick sale and has reduced the price to this low figure. He also states that he has spent considerable money on the house and that it is in good condition. $3,200-A two-story, red brick dwelling, bay-window front, D street north east near 5th; well constructed, good condition; worth the price. $5,500-A street s.e. near 6th; a good, substantial brick dwelling, two stories and cellar, four rooms deep on each floor; the house is in splendid condition; lot 19x128 to a 30-foot paved alley. $13500--B street s.e., nearly new, two- 4. story and cellar, reception hall, + dining room, pantry and kitchen on one floor; three bed rooms and modern bath on the second; fur nace heat; nicely papered; at tractive mantels; very cozy, neat little home. $4,600-B street s.e., nearly new, three + stories, parlor, reception hall, din ing room, pantry and kitchen on first floor; five large bed rooms; lot 17x100 to an alley. + $5,000-C street s.e., a nearly new house; + owner built It for his home, but + on account of sickness offers the + same for sale; it is a very attract- + Ive home; copper bay window, + modern bath, lot 18 feet wide. + $4,000-Front of stone and brick, not far from the Library; two-story and 4 cellar, seven rooms and bath, + furnace heat; 6wper in need of + funds to engage in a business en- 4 terprise, offers this house for sale + at a great sacrifice. + $3,500-One of the best bargains on Capi tol Hill; nearly new, not so far from the Library; two stories, re ception hall, furnace heat, cabinet 4 mantels, renting for $25.00 per 4 month. + 35,000-A particularly nice home, near + the Capitol, two stories, cellar, 4 four rooms deep on two floors, + modern bath, beautifully deco rated, furnace heat, lot runs back to an alley; front of stone and brick, stone porch and steps. $3,900-A well-planned home, two stories, cellar, furnace, four rooms deep p 4 on each floor. near the cars; sub stantial-appearing . front, modern plumbing, porcelain bath, cabinet + mantels, a real good home; simi lar to houses selling in Blooming dale for $5,000. 13,500-On a numbered street southeast, two stories and cellar, six rooms and bath; lot 105 feet deep; good + condition; worth the price; one of + the best little houses southeast. + 32,650-9th street s.e., bay-window brick, six rooms and bath; good condi- + tion, modern Improvements, good + size back yard. 4 35,500-Near the Capitol grounds, red 4 brick, three stories, hot-water heat, dry cellar, expensively pa pered, electric lighting; good size lot for a stable; faces south; a comfortable home; price reason able, it has cost the owner more. 13,800-A new house on 5th st. n.e., open 4 on three sides, side alley, side windows, good deep lot, has a dry 0 cellar under the entire house, A heated by a modern make of fur- .1 nace, cabinet mantelp, hardwood 4 trim on the first floor; up-to-date 4 bath room, porcelain bath tub. I porcelain washstand, nickel plumbing, attractive decorations, 4 speaking tubes; very desirable in S every respect. - $,350-Nggr Stanton Park, put up by-a wel-nown contractor, front '6fam brick and stone, sold when com- 4 pleted for $4,500. The house IS 4 well situated, has advantages of m a corner, being on the side of a wide paved alley; the price is low 'i enough for a spetulator to buy it, 4 as It can surely be sold at an ad-4. vance. The location is one of the 4 chotcest to be found on Capitol Hill. informs us that he has remodeled this house, and it is in a No. 1 condition; the arrangentent is just . to most vesons' iking; two 4t stories and cellar, four rooms deep on each fldor,'large lot to a wideT paved alley. There are a great meny persons 10 would like just such a house in this choice locs. tion; we hope that this notice may receive their attention. $4,100-Maryland ave. n.e. near 6th; a three-story, nine-room brick; just s ,think of it, a house as large as ithis, on this very desirable square, at this low figure.T $4,500-South Carolina ave. near Lin coin Park; an attractive house. facing south; well constructed, .seven rooms, splendid condition; on account of sickness the owner offers this 'nice home for sale; a rarc chance. $8,750-10th Wtreet near Mass. avemue; eight rooms, cellar, new b'ath; new plumbing; lot 2$x100. If you are at all familiar with this loca tion, you will at once realism what a very desirable place this is to live, and such a large house with such a god sisi lot nmust be a bar gain. $i,960-Near Stanton Park; three stories; full square bay-window brick; nine rooms; lot 18x100; eellar, fUr nace heat; a remarkably Jow price for such a fne, large hoe.e so, well located. IRFAP N tRILl Ant Value a tontfi For - 7e 183L-1833 h4WO~d Place, Ne (N&. 109eId. No. uf not a more idea Was ~ High, healthy lines, rg the best possib reach int of the downt utes t an hour. An Hieigh ecognized as th Wash not only on acc are n ees difference i durin d eated term-b house f minent people a investment stan ter or . The city is g jump Today's price o e ver a buy property in I oo,ooo Connecti constr is near these h of the omest bridges in turn i ng and automa De vption archit~ The arrangem the ~n ~ lar in modern lh -F r-Parlor, rece dining butler's pantri ejur a superior makc --F eping rooms, mo Spec I Peature ley. Sorn exposure-go -H at such aprice 1 Betterthese up. -0 Ipr mnspection Sun fail to aem SOl A eA tch.lat ni-ht If you want to buy a boose pr selfa house consult Us. nd Unusual Terms. leights Homes 1,M cash and easy monthly saysentsor all cashffi desired. 1835-1837-1839 ar Columbia Road. 033 leased at $60. mo.) I situation for a house -in -convenient to the two ar le car service. You can own section in from 20 min d then, too, Washington e choice residence section of ount of the fact that there n temperature in its favor t the surroundings of costly re inviting. dpoint, there is nothing bet rowing northwest. Values f property is less than you'll his section. cut avenue bridge now being ouses we offer-and it's one the country and-will tend to biling through this section. Fronts of Roman brick and light stone-a high-class of ent, one that is found to be ouses. ption hall or middle room, and extra large kitchen, e of range. dern tiled bath room, latest _S.Rear stairway-large yard, wide paved al od sized rear porch. n this section are scarce. day and week days. Don't gents, treet N.W and dwelt at length iupon the ,ieeblican cMann that eeI~ is best for the spakr canos swe by me sentatte J. Aanaes wh Weird 31past res ogai es A dispatets re ft test BI-A4F -o MARTIO Establishi Send for our I properties and attr Buy a Home-in 1 Northwes1 FOR SALE S Brick Houses, In perfect repair. Rents, $26.00 per mo. Price, $2,809. FOR SALE-A SUBSTANTIAL 11 rm. brick residence; fine frontage; one of the finest of the types of old houses In the northwest. Price, $11,009. FULL LIST INSURANCE IN ALI Money to Loan on REAL ESTi Fine Homes for Sal Court Martin Bros., 192 An Exceptiong to secure one of t on Florida Ave. bet. 10 These houses cannot be i PRICE, C t f BUY THE BEST, AND BUY IN THE NORTHWEST, WHERE VALUES STEADILY ADVANCE. INSPECT THOSE HANDSOME HOMES. Nos. 1752 to 1754 "You" Street N.W. Price, $7,750. &-story dwellings with handsome fronts of best quality of red press brick, brown stone trimmings; 13-inch walls to roof; le large rooms; cellar; steam heat; large rear yard. ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE FEATURES. Carved staircase; sliding doors; hard wood trim; natural oil finish; rear stair way; 2-story rear porch; laundry; steel firt floor-Parlor. reception hell, din ing room, pantry, kitchen. Second floor-Faur large bed roomsan modern bath. Third floor-Two large rooms. Decorations, mantels and fixtures will compare with those is p18.00 houses. Open for inspection Sunday and week John M. Henderson, 1415 F St. N. W. Woman and son San b~y Unkagwn, A dispatch from Atheins, La.. last unigat ayo: Mrs. Ike Md~eo, wife et a amer, nd Jier ten-year-old san Hamn were ifled oday by an 'nnid-estlie pesen, who aut her throats. Posses are out hunting for a negro whp Is supposed to have comunitted he crimne. The sheriff has urrested a man mned Craiglaead, the haE-brother of Me e. itin tha r-a p.es agaaat WeiIagiswe. whse w* e diiiae advIser to 1t0e Kesua gev -IOME F I BROS. ed 1880. list of investment ictive homes. the Northwest of t Agents. FOR SALE FOR SALE-A LARGE FLAT ON the Heights of Washington. Rents for $110 per mo. Price, $9,000. FOR SALE - ON COLUMBIA Heights. magnificent reaidene. property: 12 rooms; modern corn truction; large grounds. Price, $35,000. AT OFFICE. L ITS BRANCHES. kTE. e in the Northwest. !ous Attention to Every Inquiry. 5=27 Penna. Ave. LI Opportunity hese fine homes th and 11th Sts. N. E. iup'icated under $4,503. $3,750. $350.00 Cash. lalance Easy Monthly Payments. Open All Day Sunday. These houses are most complete nd cannot be compared with any thers in the city for the price; hey have six large rooms, cabinet aantels, tiled bath, with porcelain ub and medkie chest; large cel ar . under entire house, with urnace. First floor is of hard wood and tas parlor, reception hall, diniig oom, pantry and kitchen. Front is red press brick with rhite stone trimmings. We Invite Inspection. onvenient to Govern ment Printing Office and other departments. B. F. SAUL CO., 7th and L Streets N.W. JUST COMPLETED bon.with wide fe..t. b.d lareros IncA~olm~ r e, ibrary ..thet Ter e d & nh wettl, ICONLORDOu Blar INepGra 14th ~and batret PHR LOri,ss $2.9a08. 6* Attractiva. Ne Blck