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NEARLY EVERYBODY IN WASHINGTON READS THE SUNDAY STAR.
STAR BRANCH OFFICES.
If not convenient to call at Th?
Star office. 11th street and Pennsyl
vania avenue, leave your advertise
ment at any of the following
Uranch OfTlcaa:
NORTHWEST BRANCHES
flentnrr's Drug Store 14th and II eta.
Eppley'a Drug Store. 14th snd Welling oL
Porttrsn'a DrS* Storr. 14th and B. t. ? ??.
I.uptnn'a Drag Store. Vermont ere. and S at.
King's Drug Storr. IStb and I at*.
Oolttclaw's News Stand. 1708 Pa.
Herhat's I>rng Storr 2Mb and Pa. eve.
CrleweH'a Prog Store. 7th and T ata.
foetal Telegraph Office. 11M Conn. are.
P?at*l Te'egraph Offiee. 912 Prona. are.
Postal Telegraph Office. 1th and B eta.
Postal Telegraph Office. Penn. B.B. Statu*.
S Kann 4k Sons Information Bnreaa.
Woodward * l-othrop. Information Bareaa.
Interior Pep.. sth A T ata.. Telegraph Office.
Jenifer bMr. 7th 4k I> ata., Trlrgraph OOce.
Commercial Bank hldg.. Telegraph Office.
CottMt V. S. Capitol.
Shaffer's Pharmacy. 9th snd New York an.
Uoldenherg's Pepar'ment Store. 912-28 Tta
at.. Bureau Information. _
The Hntrhfns-Kenm-r Prog Co.. ITth A Qae.
Butler A Field. Prngglsts. M A Indian* aee.
Louis B. Castell. Phsrmaclat. 5100 11th at.
OEOROETOWB:
O'PonrielVs Prag Store, 32d and M ata.
O'Pornell'a Drug Store, S2d and O ata.
Adams Expresa Offlr*. 1222 32d at.
Pride's Pharmacy. 2*th and P sts.
N0KTHTA8T:
Kenealy's Pharmacy. N. Capitol and 1 ata.
naley'a Pharmacy. nth and E. Capitol ata
Mllburn's Pharmacy. 18th and H ata.
butler's Pharmacy. 4th and Stanton place.
SOUTHEAST:
Bradley's Drug Stor*. Sth and E ata
O'Donnell'a Pmg Store. 3d and Pa. era.
SOUTHWEST:
Sullivan's Drug Store, 7th and D eta.
Eleventh Street Wharf. O'Brien & Hall.
Chss S. Walter, 901 4U at.
AN AC03TIA:
C, O. Ix>hr. 25 Monroe at.
ALEXANDRIA!
A. S Doniphan, 727 King
BRI0HTW00D, D. 0.:
V m Thoiuaa. Brlgblwooil are. and txrag
fellow at.
TENLEYTOWN, D. 0.!
Andrew Borga, Druggist,
WANTED?AGENTS.
WANTED U K CAN PKOVK AGENTS MAKE *200
monthly si-lllng our newly patented household
at-cclally WOOLVEKINE CO.. Pittsburg, I'u.
?81 -3t*
WANTED?SALESMEN.
Wanted first ci.ass salesmen to sell a
standa-d article, the heat of lta kind on the mar
k*t; will pay gi k?I men liberally; can lie used ns
a side Hue to advantage. Addreas ART NOVSL
_T1ES. Star office, Je20-tf_
WANTED?HELP.
One cent a word for IB words.
MALE.
WANTED SAI F..-.MAN. TRAVELING <?U LOCAL;
* 'n!I:j to promote ioo.<>? m? Washington, 1). C..
s ihurlkan realty proposition; big commission;
iiiiiT he handled on side. \V LEE WHITE &
SONS, Minnesota ave.. Floral 11111, 1> C. 'Pb?as
1927 Fast Je23-tf
*\ VN TKP RELIABLE MEN EVERYWHERE?
g<xal j?u \. to distribute clritilars, samples. adv.
matter, tack slguv etc. Nothing to sell. No
_ anrasalr.g. UNIVERSAL ADV. CO., Chicago.
WKNIED A VIM Ni 1 MAN GRADUATE OF
Bu. u..,* High School. G. II. M , Star office.
1eM.1t
V Wil l- A MIDD1.I- A< 1 ? MAN TO DltlVK A
1' 1 ? wag"ti; established route. -Mtply 1125 It st.
jc23-2t?
V VNTKD * VIII'NO MAN TO DRIVE BAKER'S
??e'>n and sell hrnad on percentag v Apply 1312
B n e.
WANT Hi) A ? MITE \l \ \ as DIllVKlT- MUST
^m rlei. ed with horses. App.y JNO WED
DEKBI Ii.v CUUPANT, 61S F at. je23-tf
VAN TI'll UtA BOY. MI ST BE HON EOT AND
nllllriK t.. work. Apply Itrtig Stor?', 221 and I.
o.u.
V\NTCI> \ IJVK YOING MAN FA MI I.I A U
? !h r a! l>^late baslnosp; <vne wb<> hi <'nrnintent
Hi'-I wWin* to ilerote bis tliLe to enlarging an
? Id .^taMWiM rent Imslneas. u go.nl chance Tor
t'le rlntir lunu. CM AS E. BANKS 1321 F st
>23 nt
WANTB> A KEI.1AHI.E BOY ABOUT IS TO Rpf
trl elevalor Ai>tdy ut once to J A.N IT* >11.
I>"l?>nt Ap't House. 1717 20th st. n.w.
Y? A NTFJ > S v IJ2S MAN AUK II. EXPERIENCED,
t" 'I'f t for.e of traveling men; good opportu
nity for result producer. salary according to t:b. 1 -
i:> II AP?iw )DS. llofv I'ennsylvanla bldz. Phil
adelphla.
WANTED MEN To SElX H AS APPLI VNC.ES
? I I.- o ell lei, SI 2u4 Jenifer bldg.. 7th and D.
y?2 3t ?
W'AN'I'ED into M A KItlED MEN ON SEVEN
? ?;iks atoek farm, one as working manager; the
i^ife :o n.ilk cowa and attend to poultry; other
i'.lj' hand. Call or address 410 8th n.w.
w rvrKD KEtilSTEItRD DKL'G CLEKK APPLY
A I- 1'I.l^'K S DRI tl STORE. je21-3t
\V A Vri:it KIltS l -T I \S.S tTLk SETTERS: FLOOR
A * "t; I' ti unlcn men preferred;
J ?? s > rk guarantee 1. Till". S 11. < \ [.KIN'S
W. soo N. Oreene at.. Balilmore, Md. je20-7t?
WANTltD?UtK AND IOU I.KAHN PlTl ^BTNtT
plastering, h.-li klaylng; ayeclal offer, life ?<-bolar.
?hip. easy p.iy m.*utK; jx-t l:loii guaranteed'
f e.. catalogue. t'OYNE BROS.' TK IDE
SCHOOUt. New York, t.'hh-ago^ 3t. I?uls. Jel4-U
WANTED?JBWHLRY S A LESM A N?(INLY Hl'8
tler 11. ed apply; capable of giving bond and able
to control good trade; man able to make *2U to
J30 a nook Is rhe kind we want. Apply Man
ager. CASTE I.BERG'S, 0;i5 Pa. a?e.
inh30-f.**.in. w,tf
no M KSTIC.
WA -< HKF COOK. MAN A.NI> WiFK (BUT
ler and .-ooki *5tl, scullion, waiter, elevator man
V' w.-." ElRlvKA." 1011 N. Y. are.
MALE OB F2211AI.E.
V ANTED A Vol Ni; I.ADY OR VOl'NtJ mTn
h -klte-ier with kn uledga of typewriting In
rt'"1.office, one with experience, a Business 1
lilgh -,;??)! ..r college graduate preferred Ad
I 'l*"t hlu"J'rrltln?- Box *7, Star office.
wanted tn daii.y can be earned by ant
persiin f a g.?Kl reputation; m. knowled*e of
bualnes* reonlred Send correct addreas to AN
NONi'KN-Bi; RKAi; ??UNION." Stuttgart Heg
glstr 31, Germany. mxl2-aAw,20t*
wantki>-do tol' want a compfttent stb
rifigrapO'T or bookkeeper? Apply STRAY EE'S
BI SI NESS COLLEtiE. lltb and F ata aw;
_ 'bo?* -xl'lln 3430. sefl-'tf
MMALE, '
i " AT <>SVE kTrt A\l> WAIST HELP"
xm iMh ?t. n.w. J4yt?
wanted woman ti^KR-tL hoise
?ork at apartmont 40. 1717 20th at. aw. le23-2*
v a Ni ra> salesladies in oi:it jewelry
department Apply to U m BA1.DEIWTON,
Mgr . Palais Hoyal a LI8.NBR. Je23 3t
W '; m '"tk woman to Khrvv and takk
l'F "'Tn; A Is.', a white chambermaid.
Apply Supertntrndint. I ulrerslty Hospital, 133fi
it ?t 10 m.m.. June 2S.
wanted vor.vo nnv for general of
- ."T' PUln h?"<l ?"d have
knowledge of t..? like..nlng ati.l typenrltlng; blah
I"' r*Hjulred; state sala.y desired ft.x
78. Star office . Je23 2t?
Y/>t ng lady ?tench;haphf"r a"nd
i i cHANffifg' ^ CUAKD
w.vvtkd a middle ark lady possessing
sj mpati . tic dlapoalrl<m and pleaalng personality
licrir'anent .tigagement on exceptionally goo<i
terms to proper party. Address Boj si, ,st?r of
^ ^'i^E GlRLlNTlMlLY Or X
W VNTK1. TRIMMER FOR FINE MILLINER?
_p? lor? llox XI. star Office. je2?3:
WANTED -A COMPETENT WOMAN TO MAKF
ladles underwear. Boor but those accuntotu?l to
doing this kind of work owl auawer. Address
" H . star offloe J**23 2t
WANTED- YOL'NG I^Al?t AS Bt H>KK EEI*KR
ar..l caeh.ei ; must Im experienced and ac,-urat?:
ausweis must stats refer*act-*, oxperlence and sal
tib-'si ' AdJre?? ACCl'RA'TY, Star odlce.
W-^TK''i W.'>31IAN ..Fl>R GENERAL HOUSE
J*22 lmmedlstely. 12;ifl Glrard st. n.w.
WANTED I.AR.JB BTORK HAS OPENINGS FOK
"T "?""aery trlouu. rs and saleswomen
eo.*1 positions and good salaries. Addresa Bo*
?W, Star i'Iti* e J?2i ?t
WANTED ft ET Nl 1CSE. APPLY' ROOM 8 Ho.
TKL Q\n>Hl>, betweea ?! and 8 today jofc; 2f
WANTED- IN' INSIEAN'CK OTFICK, YOU NO
la?j as vlenograpber; must be quick and cepable
lwr V""rk w ^D- A,l.lr?U
a^ox tk-f Star je22-2t*
WANTKD- KXPEE1KNCED FKMALS CLKHKS IN
MMlon airorovy H u(ll4?; state experieac? aoa
tajary. W. K. F., Star effioe.
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED AND ACCURATE
?U?OKr"i:?.^ ?">'<ne<on or Underwood op
araWr 1MLLSON A CO., Patent Attorneys. 715
Kh st. a.w. !??? 4t*
WANTED FIRST CLASS WAIST AND SKIRT
banda sad helpara. 1116 nth n.w. ]el8At*
DO *1KST1C. ~
WANTEIV A G<X>D RELIABLE OOokT WITH
^fece^sce to go away for the summer Oall after
8 o clock at 1218 19th st. u.w.
WANTKlT BRIGHT COLORED GIRL Folt
ahamtiers'ortt at HyaitsrUle; ?rages. HO; car
fare paid. Mrs CIJVKLAND, Hyatt Mansion.
WANTED WHITE NURSE. GERMAN PRE
farrwl. * Ith good references, for three children
with city fatally spending smuaier In country;
wMas. ?20 Call M:s Sfl'T" R R, car* ut Mlas Ida
Pore, lio. krhK Md. Je23-2t?
WANWtV-4 woman for gsnkb.vl HOUSE !
?ork In family of t;:ree; u. wasfclna or Inning;
?Uy nlghta. 1241 IrTtng at. I
WANTED?HELP.
iu.
DOMESTIC.
WAtNTBD?CHAMBERMAID AND LAUNDRESS.
Cull H31 Eye it. n.w.
WANTBD?GOOD PLAIN COOIT TO GO TO VER
mont for 3 months. family of 8. ARTHUR BL'BT,
II02 Vermont are.
WANTED?MAX AND WIFE (HITLER AND
cook>. $30; laundress. mi r?r. cook*, waitress
telly. resort?>. "EUREKA." 1011 N. T. are.
WANT1BD?COLORED WOMAN FOB GENERAL
house work. Csll st 1516 Corcoran at. n.w.
WANTED-WOMAN TO COOK. WASH AND
J?1! three ln fsmliy; go houie nights. Apply
1914 lftth it. n.w.
WANTED?COLORED WOMEN OOOK8~ (1KN
crsi housework girls; good wsges, paid weakly.
1CV lanners ?t.. iianlsburg Pa. Je21-3t*
W ANTED?SITU ATTOBSr ^
On? cent a word foi 15 words.
\\ ANTED?B\ A RELIABLE HIGH SCHOOL BOY
(colored), work during Marnier. Address Bo*
Star ogle. Je23-2t*
WANTED?SITUATION FOR THE SI MMER BY
a high school hoy, ]fl Tears old; strong and wlil
Ing. Address C. E. J.. Star omoe. Je23-2t*
WANTED--BY NEAT COLORED BOY. 16 YEARS,
"??rk of any kind. 2241 12fh at. n.w.
WANTED BT HIGH SCHOOL BOY. SITUATION
in ntx-tor s office or flata, to answer telephone
au?l make himself useful. Address 8TUDJSNT.
Star office.
W A\ TED?P?MIT'(.N ix A.\ OFFICE BT Xlior
of 15 rears. Box 77, Star office.
W^iT,E" .T*IE >n'DENT, AGE 24. GOOD
ramtly wishes position as private tutor or trav- i
Wing companion. TUTOR, 250 York at , New 1
Haven, i una. Je21-5t*
DOMESTIC.
WANTED?BY COI/>KED MAN, HOUSEWORK
>22 2t'? " J?b' JAJJES WAUK' #33 10th at. n.w.
miULB.
WANTED?BY DRESSMAKER, SEWING AT
home or out by the day, Address "M. W. R.." i
-Mar office.
WANTED??Y LADY. EMPLOYMENT, HOUR OU
oay, companion, sewing, reading, shipping Ad
_dress Box 73. Star offlce.
WANTED DEWING IN FAMILIES; ALL KINDS ,
dmiejn beat manner; moderate prlcc; references.
Box il. star offlce. I
WANTSp?tBY COLLEGE STUDENT, PUPILS TO
"V? 'J J^tin and mathematics; terms reason
able. Address LATIN, Star offl-e,
WANTED -BY CULTURED YOUNG LADY. P<>
sltlon as companion; no objection to traveling.
Address Box 00, Star offlce. Je22-2t*
W ANTED? A COLLEGE GRADUATE WISHES TO
{"'"J, mathematics and physics. Address
>>. Cr., Star offlce. Je21-3t*
WANTED?TUTORING FOR SUMMER MONTHsT
college preparatory, mathematics, English mod
"'1 Iy4tln- Address EXPERI
Pj.MJf., Star offlce. Jel8-7t*
domestic.
w ANTED-B\ A COLORED GIRL. PLACE AS
?it "nXni?? i' " ",""K to leave city; please call
tL'rilr anl 8 l>lace n ?'? -vo postal cards an
W,tN7Uv-rI ri';X'' K? 7? \ ''LKAX NEW BUILDINGS
jiv. work. J40 Butts alley n.w., near Fla.
WANTED - SITUATIONS RECOMMENDED
cook. general worker, nurse, chambermaid laun
dress; city, away. EXCHANGE. 1211 loth st.
W A NT HI > _ by w ELL-BEOOMM ENDED COL
V ? "'"nan. place as cook; cltv or suburbs. 15?8
y " Je23-3t?
WANTED LIGHT HOU8KWC.RK BY NEAT COL
ored girl; no washing. 2241 12th st. n.w.
WANTED-'BY GOOD I.AUNDRES8, WASHING
SZ?. h1""' pUlv !"r '3-Te?rK>ld boy to work
around house or wait on table, 413 Ridge St.
"v^- oh ?Y A C(,I'?"KD GIRL, DAY'S WORK
?ioi jtrii ?t. n.w.
WANTED - BY NEAT COLORF.D WOMAN. PLACE
n \v hoasewoI"k. Call at 1804 loth St.
wanted washing to take home or
day a work out. Apply 481 V st. n.w.
WANTED-BV A COLORED WOMAN; A PLACE
1-tK w??hlng and ironing. Apply 100U
1 Je23-3t*
A\ ANTED PLACE, IN OR OUT OF (.ITT \S
1435 N nDw,<1 ?r wa"ri'8"' *ooJ refereLce. Apply
WANTED ? BY FIRST-CLASS I.AlVDRF^p
washing to take bemi) or ont. 1713 Seaton st.
' fo TAKE HOME; first"
( "-sa. 1J15 12th d.w.
",?1 BV c<)?2?F-}> housewobk.
with references. 2330 8th st. n.w.
WANTED - REJ-IAHI.E COLORED WOMAN
r?nt? washing, ironing or bousecloaning bv dav.
? J-^~T ' je!22-2t
B,ilr BI OU
Aildifia I, st. n.w. 1e22-2t*
W ^N"TEI> - fir EXPERIENCED WHITE GIRL*
- '' chaniberni.'ild. 11 15th st. n.e. Je22 2t*
W \ NTBD-BY COi^RED WOMAN. PLAGE AS
0'?' ln r'rlvat'' wlrhoiit wash
]..?i-2t^ ,XK,k 1213 8th st. n.w.
Wr? nTKn",r.,A V S ,VUKK AT HOME OU OUT.
( all Qt address mo. 435 K *t. n.w. je21-3t*
PLACtTlTOR U1RL AGED 1?. QALL
^22A.I ? levoland avf. je21-3t
LOST AND FOUND. =
Ore cent a word each time for 18 words 3 times.
L(?ST PHURSIUY, JUNE 21. BETWEEN HUY
lf?r ? and Woodward &. othrop't. gold doe-collar
bracelet with amethysts. Return 648 B se
lt"T'"r'J- >23 .If '
LOST?YEIJ.OW COLLIE DOG; TAG NO 1877
VT\v- Reward If returned to 308 South
v apnoi si, Je23-3t
fOST-JUXE 22, BET. MONUMENT AND NA
tlonal Museum, small patent leather purse. Re
turn to P.. 1211 13th Ht. n.w. Reward. je23 3t*
LOST-ON FRIDAY. A WHITE AND LAVENDER
Vi^r ?' b<'t- v or u bet. 15th and
Iflth. Return to 1408 N st. Reward.
LOST?SATURDAY. ENVELOPE CONTAINING
tw islon paper valuable to owner. Reward ISO
The Portner. ie23 3t"
IiOST-BROWK LEATHER PfK'KF.TBOOK IN
Center Market. Reward if returned 718 Gresham
place n.w. 3t?"*
LOST-I-ADIEH' GOLD BILLED HUNTING CASE
I?.'C,a..?<7 \4th aDd?Q *'?? *nd rm C??" ave.
and 1926 I. st. n.w. Return 1302 Conn, ave Re
_JLaE5L Je22 3t*
LOST WILLIE BROWN, WHITE BOY. ABOUT
11 years old; red hair and freckled face- ab
sconded from Industrial Home School; may be
with some market man. Send any Information
regarding him to 2310 I n.w. Jc22-2t*
loot?Wednesday; 'black' a no tan fb
male dog. with tag. Reward If returned to 128
C n.e. or 312 8th n.w. Je22-3t*
1> ^"T BLACK IJ3ATHER HAVI> BAG IN MET?
ropolltan car. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock'
containing pocket book, change, car tickets and
keys. 1805 1st St. s.w. Je82-St
LOST LADIES' GOLD HUNTING-CASE WATOTI
on Wednesday, in northwest. Return 1386 F st'
sad receive reward. je21-3t*
L'CT - WEDNESDAr AFTERNOON. SMALL
t H-ketbook, containing one $10 bill, l?t. 11th and
31st sts. n.w. Send to 3138 Q. Reward If left
at above address. Je21-Jt
LOST .TO'lliY, JUNE 10, A PLUMBER'S DDK
ox>k. between tieorgetown snd Great Falls. Re
turn to 23o8 Washington circle, Washington D
0.. and get reward. Je2l-3t
LOST JPNE 19. WISCONSIN AVE. N.W BET"
N and H sts., red silk purse, containing i5. Re-'
ward. Dr. WATERS, Wisconsin ave aud O st
uw- Je21-3t*
L'J?T LIBERAL KBWARI) BI^iCK PUPPY,
with white breast aud short tall; had collar
Return to 9>>5 Bnw. Je20-5t'
LEGAL~ NOTICES^ "
4 lines, lt.fiOc. at.tl 20. 1 wk.. S2.S2. 1 mo.. ?7.20.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF CO
nimbi a. holding a Probate Court.?No. 12064! Ad
ministration. ?TbU Is to give notice thst the sub
scriber of the District of Columbia, 1ms obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of Colum
bia letters of administration d. ??. n on the es
tste of Noel I. Burmn. iate of said District, de
ceased All persons having clslrna against the de
.?eased -re herei>y warned to exhibit the same
with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated;
to the mlMscriber. on or before the 23d day of De
cember. A. D. litOH: otherwlae they may by law
I* excluded from all beii.flt of said estate Given
under my baud this 15th day of June lfi(M n
GOLDEN D0.NALD60N, Omtary hiding
'est: WM. C. TArLOR, Dctity lUgSie- ..f
*?'? to* tlx District of Columbia. Clerk of the
WS Uw^t'' U)LK * DONALDSON. Attorney?
ss? .?.fd t t^^jsgjsSSSF&S
by Frank X. McKenny and Henr7 J^ McIVr^M
it is ordered this 15tb day of Jnnef A D* 160fj ?h.?
Charles A. Woods appear in S. U coort on MoJt.V
the 16th day of Jnly. A. I>. 1906. aVToVrtort^T
to show cause why such application sl>o.iU U ^
"? t Botl2' be publisue.1 STthS
Washington I.aw Reporter" and the Evening Star
<>nce In each of three successive weeks before tK
retuni day hereto mentioned -the tlrst publlratl?
to be not leas than thirty days before ulri eTro~!
'l?y , WENDELL P. STAFFORD. JustW Att?i^
1 ?? c.- TA,V^,R' Deputy Register of Wilis for the
I District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Conrt
SULLIVAN * TOOMEY. Attorned, ^lauw^t
I IN TUB SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRK"?
of (-jlumbia In re the assignment of George W
; et al. No. 3t>0?2. Equity. -This cause being
referred to me to stat? the account of the assignees
snd dlstrllmtlon of the fund, notice Is hereby ilTfa
"***<"? on freSnes
.4. J' "T of Ju,T- at lo o'Hock a.m. at
i Ml ?f * rooms In the I'nlted States court hou?a
In this city. All persons bsvlng claims against
.twidTi'li. ' Sonk an4 Btrlh? A. Cool, In
<iiTld?.?llr or as partners, sre ootlAed to present
i "Vrh 1 *iTL^o'h ,h<" CT"''4 ?* ??ld time and
I plsce. JAilEH G. PATNE, Auditor. Jsts.tt
WASTED?JOSCELLAHEOTTS.
One cent a ward wrt tleae for IS iwri? >
WANTED TO PURCHASE LADY'S BIDS SAD
die and bridle; must he In Rood condition and
reasonable. Addreaa W. F. S, 122 M at.
JagS-St
WmKO-UaiKN PRATHMt OOMPA.WT.TBia
moatb 60.000 lb*, eld feather*; highest ?
price. Also fa ml tare. lailee' M ink'
Bud poatal; will call at tact. *1$ 7th i
JeSS-St*
JaM-tf
WANTED-TO BUT OLD FEATHER BED*
"Vbas eel ling why not drop poatal to aa n?d re
liable Iml H. MARKS. an 7 th. eppoatta Sato*.
or 'phone Main 1MB. jeg-STt
WANTED? ALL THE OLD. USELESS GOLD AND
silver lying Idle a boat the boose. Oorala, ?a
tnonda, cameos, Jewelry asd silverware bought.
C. r. KARK. Jeweler. 618 11U. bet. F and Q ata.
jeB8-d.?Sn,4
1 WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOB
WORN GARMENTS, LADIES'. GENTLEMEN'S*
CHILDREN'S SHOES * HATS. ANY AMOUNT.
ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL ANY HOUR.
J. TAR8HES, 1308 TTH N.W. 'Phone North 49?.
5?23 38f
WANTED-HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
CAST-OFF CLOTHES. LADIES' OR GENTLE
MEN'S. ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL
'Phone North 1756. W. RICE. 1302 7th at. II.w.
Je23-26t?
WAXTED-CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE. CAE
peta. office and at ore fixture? of all kinds. Fnrnl
ture atorea. packed and alitpped Addreaa BAUM.
912 Pa. are. n.w. 'Phone Main 1254. Je23-tf
W ANTED?CHICKENS?FROM ONE TO TWO
hundred young hens, brown or white Leghorns;
state price. Address HODGE BUTljEtt. Ho?
croft. Pr. Geo. Co.. Md. je23-3t
WANTED?500 FEATHER BEDS, MUST HAVE
same In 3 days. I pay the highest prices for (.Id
feathet*. SNITZER A LAPORTE, 1131 7th *t.
n.w.; 'phone N. 1102. Je22-90t-4
WANTED?FURNITURE FOR CASH?SELL YOUR
GOODS TO THE MAN THAT GIVES YOU THE
MOST MONEY. HOPWOOD, 8TH AND K N.W.
Jel5-90t
WANTED?AT ONCE, 600 FEATHER BEDS, BY
the Southern Feather Co.; will pay the I;1 cheat
apot-eaab prlcea for them. Pleaae send postal to
SOUTHERN FEATHER CO.. 515 ?th St. a.w.
Jel9-6t*
WANTED?AT ONCE, FURNITURE OF ALL
kinds for 10-ruom bouae. Would buy eontenta.
Addreaa Box 8u2. Star ogee. Jel4-10t
WANTED-C. C. SILENCE. PAPER HANGING;
prompt attention to mall ordera; lowest prlcea.
304 ft n.w. Je" 7t*
WANTED?UPRIGHT PIANOS BOUGHT FOR
cash. WORCH'S. 923 F. Squares and orfana
taken In exchange. HT''-''
WANTED-TO BUY A COMBINATION TRANSIT
and level. Apply to O. B. ZANTZINGER, 114
McGlll bldg. mySl-tf
WANTED?CASH PAID FOR PAWN TICKETO;
money to loan; old gold, silver and dlatnonaa,
etc., bought.
LOUIS ABRAHAMS, 43^ 9th at. n.w.
ap7-d,eSu-4
WANTED?HIGH RST PRICES PAID FOR LA
DIES' AND GENTS' WORN GARMENTS.
DROP POSTAL; WILL CALL.
m.-27-90t BURNSTKIN'S. 603-613-615 D ST.
WANTED-SPOT CASII~~PAID FOR GOOD SRO
ond-hand upright pianos. O. J. De.MOLL & CJO-?
1231 Q at. fU-tt
| WANTED - WILL STORE TOUR FURNITURE IN
I my fine building. 42fl 9th at. n.w., for 81 per
lead t>er month; will haul aame for $1.25 par
load, and you can bare 12 montha In which to
pay for same. Call Main 5171. MARCU8 NOTES,
426 Oth at. n.w. ap?0-tf
WANTED-CONSULT ME BEFORE YOU SELU
I pay highest prices for Iron, braaa, copper, lead,
paper stock and all klnda machinery. H. BERN
HE1MBR. 1)28 0 a-w. 'Phone M. 2275. ap2?-9?t*
WANTED?OLD CARPETS WOVEN INTO FINK
art rugs: only weaving concern here.
WASHINGTON RUG CO., 931 5th ?.W.
'Phone M. 43(18. apl9-tf,4
' WANTED? HATS RENOVATED EQUAL TO NEW.
Straw and Panama bat bleaching a specialty.
KANDEI/S, 721 7th n.w. and 902 14th n.w.
f<-24-sa.Su,m.tf
WANTED- IF YOU ARB GIVING UP HOUSE
keeplng and wish to sell part or all of your fur
niture, send for the man wbo haa the reputation
of 20 yeara' fair dealing. MARCUS NOTES, 426
9th st. n.w.; 'phone Main 5171. fe3-tf
WANTED? LARGE LIBRARIES OR SMALL LOTS
of books, purchased for cash.
JAMES MEEGAN,
se29-f.i,Su,ly 436 9th at. n.w.
WANTED?THE OLD AND PRESENT STOCK
bolders of the First Co-Operatlve Building Aaao
clattcn to know that subscription books are atUl
open. From *2.50 to 16.000 taken on deposit.
Four per cent Interest paid. Thle aaaoclatlon baa
been established for s quarter of a century. Coma
to office, 1326 32d at. n.w., for particulars.
ael2-tf
PERSONAL.
4 lines, it. 60c. 3t.$1.20. lwk..<2.62. 1 mo.. *7.20.
STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS, BI T DON T
sit on others; be sure au<l send for us to ex
change solid cash for those men's worn tar
ineuts. shoes, hats, shirts; we are unlimited with
tt. Jl'STII'S OLD STAND, 610 I). Je23-tf-0
' ~ LIBERAL REWARD
For Information lending to the whereabouts of a
lady answering to the following: About 641 .years
old; about five feet In height; weight about 128
lbs.; very dark halt; dark complexion; dark eyes;
very marked arched eyebrows. Disappeared from
her home in this city on the morning of June 22,
dressed In black silk boxplalted skirt, white lawn
blouse, black straw hat trimmed with black and
white ribbon; carried a dark gray raincoat with
shoulder cape. This person Is suffering with
acute melancholia; will frequently hold her hands
to her bead. Wore two dlamontl rings on linger
of left band. Thia person may be found wonder
ing aimlessly about the suburbs. Please notify
at once. BRADFORD S DBTBOTTVB AGENCY.
tJUITK 224, COLORADO BUILDING, 14TH AND
G ST8. Morgan Bradford, Jr., Supt. 'Phone res
ldtnce at any hour of night, North 4343.
CONSULT ME BEFORE YOU SELL. I PAY
highest cash prices for ladles' and gents worn
garments of any description. S. GOLDBERG,
627 D St. n.w. Drop poetal. Will calL Je20-80t
HANDSOME TBA SET FREE AFTER BUYING 20
lba of our celebrated Mocba and Java coffee at
25c lb. Beet Elgin butter. 25c. lb. Special. Sat
urdavs, sugar. 4^Jc. per lb. WASH. COFFRE CO.,
1337'7th st. n.w. je!3 90t
ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS. WE BUY AND SELL
all kinds of salable second-band furniture.
'Phone North 2270. We will give yon prompt
service. DICKINSON'S. S and <th eta. n.w.
my9-90t,4
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOB
gent a' worn garments, mualcal lnatrumenta guns
pistols, watcbea and all kinds ammunition: dros
poatal. w 01 call. 8. ATLAS. 987 D n.w.
my6-90t
I AM THE ONLY MAN THAT PAYS THE HIGH
est cash price for cast-off clothing. R. GOLD
STEIN, 633 D st n.w. Drop poatal and I will
~*u- apl-90t
MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
Hai been need for over SIXTY YEARS by Mil,
LIO.'.S of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE
TLETHING WITH PERFECT SUCCESS. IT
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS, AL
LAYS all PAIN: OURES WIND COLIC, and fa the
beet remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sold by drugglati
In every part of the world. Be anrr and a3t for
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
ap8-Sa.tu.th.S12t.10
MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM, OOCAINB
habit; myself cured; will Inform you of harmleaa
permanent home cure. Mrs. BALDWIN
mh24-Sa.tf Bos 1212, Chicago
FOE RENT?STOEES.
FOR RENT?STORE AND CELLAR. 101 PA.
ave. n.w.; corner; large ahow windows on both
atreeta; modern heat; large room; ISO. Ll'THER
L. APPLE, 612 14th st. Je23-3t
FOR RKNT -fTh7 sMrfu CO., 1408 N. Y AV*T
RENTAL AGENTS. BOND BLDG.
1000 H a.w., large atore room: glass front;
dwelling above of 8 rooms and bath; vacant July
1; $60. Jc23-2t
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. SUITABLE
for drug store; none within several blocks; s.w.
cor. 11th and R. I. ave. n.w.; newly remodeled
and In excel lent condition.
HEISKELL * McLBRAN,
my29 tf 1008 F st. n.w.
FOR REN??OFFICES.
4 lines, It. 50c; 3t.$1.00; 1 wk..$2.33; 1 mo., $7.20.
FOR RENT?1808 F ST. N.W., SECOND FLOOR"
HANDSOME OFFICE ROOMS,
- ADMIHABLY ADAPTED
FOR DENTIST' OR ARCHITECT!1, Ac
In excellent repair; modern couveulencea; heated
Very reasonable rent
LIEBERMANN A HAWS. 1303 P at.
FOR RENT-TWO LARGE, BRIGHT ROOMS ON
2d floor of No. 1328 N. Y. are.; heated by hot
water; $86. Apply DAVID MOORB.
1828 New York ave. u.w.
FOR RENT TWO OPPORTUNITIES FOR PHYSI
clana; Ideal ofllcea, In flat. 1918 Pa. are. n.w.;
$80.
FOR SALE?Nice house and stable, near North
Cap. and M ata. Aak about them!
Je22-8t GEO. W. UN KINS, 809 19th B.W.
FOB RENT?SEVERAL DESIRABLE OFFICB
rooms in the Severn building. 1510 H street; hot
water heat; Janitor service, etc.
jrttfMOORKA hill (Inc.). 717 14 th at n.w.
for" REIIT?hails.
FOR RENT -DESIRABLE HALL, MS LA. AVE.
n.w.; itewly equipped; suitable for lodges of any
kind; all conveniences: centrally located; not,
jlCMX^inonth. Inquire 0. FOOTER. S10 12th n.w.
FOR RENT?STABLES.
4 '.nea.lt.60e: 8t,$1.00; 1 wk..$2.M; 1 nn., $7?
FOR RENT-FINE 8-STORY KRICK STABLE AND
carriage bouse; re?r 834 D at. s.e.; only $8.60.
WILUGE, GIBBS A DANIEL. MS A 800 18th.
)c21-gt
FOR RENT?WAREHOUSES.
FOR RENT?WAREHOUSE?ONE LARGE STOR
age room. 42x?2 feet, and cellar, near B. A O.
depot; alley from D at. east of N. J. are. n.w.
Ajgl^ Room 211, Jenifer bldg., 7?A and D at*.
FOX BEST?BOOMS.
On cant 1 #at* tmr 18 wA
CAPITOL HILL?t LARGE. LIGHT AND AIBY
s-sajEvaag' a stv-say
POK BBXT -MM PAIBMOWT N.W.. NICELY
?oathen txpotair; large panh.
roB nwerr-A large, skwly fubnished.
bay-window frost ma; moraine sua; with or
with, nt bMi<. 1980 15th at. a.w.
COLUMBIA BOAD. Wl-UUI. SD-FLOQB.
bar-window room; hick, cool location; extra Urge
cloast.
Wea-riBNISHra BOOK; UBOI CL08BT; t
windows; bath adjoining; scar both ear line*;
-phone. 1239 Olmd at.. Colombia Heights.
Je28-2t? _
323 FIBST ST. K.B.-FOUR NICE ROOMS. FUB
uisbed complete for l.h.k.. hot and colli wati-r;
desirable location; Sd floor. Je88->t
1226 13TH K.W.-PLKASiNT HALL ROOM. (t
month; atao large front room, <12 per month.
Je28-?t?
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS AND ALCOVE;
l.h-k.; second Boer; gss range; fornace heat;
o\roer; no children. 423 -tth ?t. ti.c.
1538 BYE ST. N.W.-g* TO <18; GAS; LARGE
porcelain bath on etch floor; shade.
LARUE. ELEGANT ROOMS, HANDSOMELY FUR
nished; l.h.k.; extensive ornamental, irrounds;
Meal for summer: <20. 1922 3d st. n.w. Je23-2t_
THREE VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOMS.
Tcnns moderate. 1304 T st. n.w.
NICELY FURNISH Bd7T*>OL. DOUBLE FRONT
rooms. In beautiful lorstlon; a. m. I-; bay-window
brick. 820 Mass. ave. n.w. Je23-3t
NICELY FURNISHED ZD-FLOOR FROST ROOM,
adjoining bath; private family; central location.
1106 13th n.w.
900 EAST CAI*ITOL?FOR RENT- TWO COOL,
beautifully furnished rooms for l.h.k.; no chll
dren. Je23 Kf
ENTIRE 3D FLOOR. 4 ROOMS. FURNISHED;
housekeeping; adnlts; <25. 007 3d st. n.w.
Je23-3t*
JULY 1. TWO FURNISHED BOOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping, with family of adults. 1412 8th
n.w. Je23 2f
TWO LARGE, COOL ROOMS FOB GENTLEMEN
or ladies; private family. 1731 Latuont St.. Mt.
Pleasant.
FURNISHED 2D-FLOOR FRONT ROOM. GENTLE
man preferred; references exchanged. 1920 8th
St. n.w. Je23 2t
FTRNISHBD ROOM; 2D STORY; GOOD SIZE;
porcelain bath adjoining; gentleman only; refer
ences required. Address Flat 2. 1104 larket.
n.w. t?
FOR GENTLEMEN OaLY ? COOL ROOMS;
bree*y porch; shade; tenul*; two llneii or cart
one block awsy. CHEVY CHASE SCHOOL, 20th
St. near Baltimore. JeJ3-it
ONE NICELY FURNISHED BOOM AT THE
Sherman apartment, cor. 15th and L. Am>ly to
001. Je2d-3t*
IN FAMILY OF THREE ADULTS. LARGE 1>'UR
nished front room; bath same floor; no other
roomers. 17 Que st. n.w.
FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO
gentlemen only: rent reasonable. 1342 Girard st.
n.w.. Columbia Heights Je23-2t*
FURNISHED-ROOMS FOR RENT, SINGLE OR
en suite. 1730 K n.w.; summer rates^ Je23-2t
FURNISHED?LARGE FRONT ROOM ON THIRD
floor; pleasant; <7. 1906 3d n.w. Je23-3t
ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM. SUITABLE FOR
one or two, with or without board; private
'phone. Flat 301. .lie Sherman. Je22-3t*
NICE, CHEERFUL FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent at 1204 Girard (formerly Princeton) st. n.w.
Je22-2t?
1207 QUE ST. N.W.. TWO BRIGHT FRONT
rooms, furnished; complete for light housekeep
ing. Je22-2t
LARGH 2D-FLOOR FRONT, WITH ALCOVE; 3
windows; pleasant outlook; splendid neighborhood.
1838 R St. Je22-2t*
TWO FURNISHED COMMUNICATING ROOMS,
with private l*ath, on Columbia Heights. Address
M. E. 1)".. Star offlee. ,1e22-.t?
1713 U STREET?LARGE, COOL ROOMS; il)
floor, tmrthern; double; Sd-story front; southern
exposure; summer rates. Je^i-3t
FOR RENT?311 O ST. S.E.-2 OOMMUNTCAT
lng r<wmi, second floor, furuUhed complete ror
l.h.k.; summer rates. Jeg-.it
LARGE t"RONT ROOMS; COMPLETELY FUR
nlshed for light housekeeping; single or com
municating. 2217 Washington circle. Je21-.it
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OH (W
light housekeeping purposes; adults. OW NB.K,
927 O St. JeZl-Cf
836 VARNUM ST., PETWORTH. TWO FUR.
communicating room for gentlemen; by ,r'
half block frum cars. jell-.lt
APT. 22, THE MELTON, 4TH AND N. Y. AVE.
n.w ?Nicely furnished front room; summer rates.
Je2l>- ??, sa,Su.3t*
FOR RENT?3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
near Pa. ave. 114 4W| st. n.w. Je20-7t
EXCEPTIONALLY DESIRABLE, COOL ROOMS,
with all conveniences; light housekeeping per
mitted; reasonable; adults. 210 C st. n.w.
Je2-tf
KIHNISHKD OR UNFURNISHED.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS. THE
Yates. 808 12th n.w. Je23j3t"
OVERLOOKING IOWA CIRCLE, 1511 13TH ST.
n.w.?Cool, pleasant rooms in well-kept, attrac
tive home; adults only. Je23-2t*
ROOMS FOR RENT, FURNISHED OR UNFITH
nlstied, near ilept.; private family of gentleman
and wife. Address II. B. C? Star office. Je23-2t*
! SECOND OR TUIRI>~FLOOR FOR RENT; LARGE
and small rooms. 1332 R St. n.w.
1117 N ST. N.W.?SECOND OR THIRD-FI/H>K
rooms; furnished or uufurnlshe<i; southern ex
posure ; telephone. Je22-2t *
PiBI,OR~rr/>Ott?S BEAUTIFUL BOOMS; ALSO
dining room and kitchen; <2o. 1935 13th n.w.
Je21A23? .
TWO LARGE ROOMS, 2D FLOOR, FUR. OR UN
fur.; gentlemen only. 2517 14th st. n.w. Jel8-7t*
UNFURNISHED.
FOR RENT-THREE UNFURNISHED BOOMS, 2D
floor; awnings, screens; hot-water heat; new
house; high, desirable location; adults only.
OWNER. 1207 N. J. ave. n.w.
2-ROOM FLAT; BATH ON SAME FLOOR; L.H.
k.; <11 per month, with gas. No. 1 L st. n.w.
Je23-3t* .
FOR BENT?FI .AT OF i ROOMS AND PRIVATE
bath; delightful location; uear two car lines.
1804 Park road. Je23-2t_ _
TWO BRIGHT FRONT ROOMS; PRIVATE FAM
iiy; central location. 1J06 13th a.w.
for rent?two unfurnished-rooms ad
Jolnlng bath; second floor: heat and gas; light
houselceepliin; <12. 1251 22d at.
504 RHODE ISLAND AVE. nTw.?THREE UN
furntehed roouis on second floor; light house
keeping; bath on same floor. Je23-3t _
FOR RENT?THREE ROOMS, 2D FLOOR, FOR
light housekeeping. 234 N at. n.w.
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS ON 21) FLOOR,
suitable for light housekeeping. 923 18th Bt.
Je23-2f
FOR RENT?LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, 4 ROOMS,
private bath, all on 3d floor, <27 per month In
summer. <30 in winter, including gas aud hot
water beat; no children. 307 M st. n.w. Je22Zt*
UNFURNISHED- ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR, 3
lane rooms, bath, large closets; private family.
70 M st. n.w. Je22-8t
"FOUR LARGE ROOMS; NEWLY PAPERED: I
bath; back porch; heat. gas. gas range. 110
5th at. n.e , block from East (Vpi'.ol. Je22-3t?
3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR;
light housekeeping. 1245 iwfa st. n.w. Je22-2t
S0COVD FLOOR, 1935 13TH ST.-8 BEAUTIFUL
rooms and alcove; hot water heat; reasonable.
Je21A23*
FOR RENT-FRONT AND HALL ROOMS. WITH
privilege of light housekeeping or board con
venient. 008 C st. s.e. Je21-tt
FLAT OF 2 OR 4 ROOMS, UNFURNISHED FOB
light housekeeping; a settled couple preferred;
rent very reasonable; light and heat. Apply to
Mrs BUCKLEY, corner 47th and Fessendec ate..
American University Park, near Tenallytown.D.C.
Jel 9-eo3t* _
r ROOMS AND BOABD.
One cent a word for 18 words.
2 PLEASANT SOUTH ROOMS, WITH BOARD;
delightful for summer. 1358 Fairmont at.. Co
lumbia Heights. Je23-St?
BOARD"aND BOOM IN COUNTRY. <15 MONTH;
dme fare to city. Rosslyn. Vs.. Box 8.
ROOMS AND BOARD- 1743 Q ST. N.W.
1725 H-COOL; CENTRAL; TWO CAR ROUTES;
choice of front rooms; hotel chef; home comfort;
summer reduction. Je23-2t*
NICELY FURNISHED 2D AND 3D-ST0RY FRONT
rooms; exceptionally good table; summer ratea.
2017 H n.w. Je28-3t
ROOMS FOR RENT?FURN1? I ED OR UNFUB
Dittoed; with or without board. At 1111 17th.
Private family. Je23-2t*
BOOMS AND BOARD?DEUGHTFUL LOCATION.
1123-11M 18th at. n.w. Je22-2t*
1766 P. NEAR DUPONT CIBOLE-COOL, WKLL
furnlsbed 2d-story front room; excellent table;
'phone. Je22-8t*
U18 K ST. N.W.-VEBY DESIRABLE BOOMS,
with board; terms reasonable; southern .tznoaura;
half square to cars. THE INGLES IDE. Je22
1234 MASS. AVE. N.W.-BOOMS. WITH BOABD
in a corner house; large parking. Je?-8t?
B.BXT?a VERY LARGE FRONT BOOM ON
1st floor furnished as bed room and sitting room;
baa large private balcony; corner house; aoath
and eaat exposure; Tory convenient location. 820
B st. n.e. JeJn*28
1461 B. L AVE.-TWO LABGE ID-FLOOR FRONT
COUNTRY BOARD.
GLEN BUHO. MD.?DEUGHTTUL RIDE OF ?
mtnnte* from HIT; cottafe ??wly farolsfced; ?*
celleot board: freak vegetablca, mil*. ?W?
chlekena fttrniabed from my own place; caoo??*,
llsbtcg and banting. Mrs. J. ROLAXD JOHN
ETON (Idyllwood atatlon). l?2?-it??
S MILKS FROM WASH-. OHES. BKACH E.R.,
S mln. walk to Ma.; convenient for o?r*boklet?,
floe shade. water; food table; Ice. tntt,
Mlaa S. B BKKRY. Ritchie, IV. Geo- Co., Mil.
je?-Sf ___
GOOD OOUNTRY BOARD WITH PRIVATE FAM;
lly at Clifto* St a., Va., on 8. B. R., 80 mtnatw
rid* from city; floe spring water; ?hade; menu
o?ee preferred. Address Bo* 21. '
Va. je23-law3t*a
THE COOLEST WOT IS TUB DISTRICT IS THK
Washington College. 3d and T ata. n.e.; ten aeres
lawn; shade. Open to summer boarders J??? '?
Rate*. fSO and np per month. Je23-3Qt
WASTED?16 TO 12 BOARDERS JULY 1; M1L
ler Cottage; plenty spring chicken, fresh vegeta
bles, esc*, milk, Ifeeh meat, fruit; nice, quiet
place. Mr*. JOHN MILLER. Box 78. Bluemont.
Va. je38-a,2t?
i ADULT BOARDERS WANTED ON A FARM 3
miles west of Orange; cool, quiet, vhailj, open
I until Not.; term* reasonable. Mrs. E. w- WIL
LIAMS. orange, Va.. R. F. !?.. No. I. Je?3-*.2t*
| LARUE FRONT ROOM. WITH FINE TABLE
board, at eoontry hoine; one mile from DUtrlct
I line; on car line; plenty of shad?. ^~T*SS
MARYLAND, Star office. Je23-3t*
WANTED ? SIMMER BOARDERS ON FARM
overlooking Blue HMjje mountains; excellent wa
ter; ice and fruit; bountifully supplied table;**
per week; citj- ref. Mrs. J. W. DOXALDSON,
Laws, Vs.
PRIVATE FAMILY ON FARM WILL TAKE 2 OR
3 boarders; large grove; 3 minutes of electric
cars. J. 1\ WILSON, Oolite* sta.; post office.
Laurel.
BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, Mil., " EDGEWOOD COT
tage;" on the summit of the Catoctln rn'-a.;
accessible to Baltimore nnd Washington; (ire
sent* superior healthful advantages; excellent
table, supplied with the delicacies of the season;
shaded walks and drives; bath, spring beds,
orchestra, dauclug pavllllon; reduced rates; refs.
exchanged. MBS. U. ETCllISON. Je?l-2t
WANTED?SUMMER BoXltDERS; FRESH MOI N
taln air; beautiful views of Blue Kidge moun
tuins; Warrenton R.R. station; excellent table;
free rides. L. W. HART, Waterloo, Culpeper
county, v?. Je23-3t*
A FEW BOAKDERS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED
with board near the mountains; shady lawn;
table abundantly supplied with fresh vegetables,
milk, poultry and Ice. MISS LAl'RA CHAMB
L1N, Hamilton, Va.
BLUE RIDGE MTS~; ^EALTCTY LOOATION;
good water; fruits; vegetables; 4 dally mails;
shade; milk and butler; 72 miles from Washing;
ton. Apply at once to Mr*. JOSttPHIN-E
THOMPSON. IJnden. Warren county, Va. Je2.Mil
I ROOMS AND BOARdHfOR" THREE PERSONS
near Vlenua, la.; close to electric cars; $20 each
j \i *r mouth. Address Box Gfl. Star offlce. Je22-3t*
NEW HOUSE, NEWLY FURNISHED, WITH ALL
modern Improvements; beautifully located in the
towu of Culp?-per. Terms moilerate. References
required. Address P. O. Box 104, Culpeper, Va.
Je22-?t
BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT. OVERLOOKING FA
mous Shenandoah and Loudoun valleys: carriage
meets trains, excepting Sunlay; excellent tahle;
special until July 15, *5.50 per week. RUSTIC
MOUNTAIN CAMP. Bluemont, Va. Je22-3t#
WASHINGTON GROVE, MD- PIONEER COT
tage; can accommodate party of two or three;
sjieclal rates by month. W. H. HOUGHTON,
care W. B. Moses & Sons. Je22-.it*
IN H<?MK OF PRIVATE FAMILY. CLEVELAND
Park, near 2 ear lines. 2 large furnished roams,
with board, for gentlemen; lovely lawn, large
porch"-* and shade trees; reference required. Ad
dr*- Box 31, Star offlce. Je21-3t
?AIRMONT HOUSE." HIGH. IlKALTHY LOCA
tlon; very large shady 1*wd; plenty milk nnd
fresh vegetables. Address Mr*. H. G. ANDER
SON. Alrmont P. O. (near Bluemont), Va^Je21-3?
WEST ENI). NEAR MTS.?LARGE, SHADY
lawn; excellent spring water; abundance of fruit.
Write for Itooi.lets Mrs. E. SHOEMAKER,
Prop., Sllcott Springs, Va. Je21^11t*_
BLUE RIDGE?" 3 MILES EAST HARPER S
Ferry, on B. & 0.: graud view; ooen July 1; Hue
bath; all convenience*; near depot and [>ost of
fice Mrs. WM. HENKEL, Knoxville, Frederick
Co.. Md. Jc20 14t?
FOX WELLS POINT. DIRECTLY ON BRETONE
bay, a delightful resort for those fond of 'lie
water, bathing, boating, fishing, shade, cool
porches, excellent table. 'Phone con. Baltimore
and Washington; terms mod. Mrs. TIIOS. F.
FOX WELL, I>eonsrdtown, Md.
Jely-tu.tb.s-lSt'.O
BOARD AT HOME WOOD FARM. AMONG TIIR
mountains of Maryland: 5 miles northeast of
Harper's Ferry. Terms. $0 per week. C. and P.
'phone. W E. BoTELER. Brownsville. Md.
)el7-eod.4t? 4
PAEONIAN HOUSE-LARGE. SHADY tAWN;
m<>dern improvements; 175 ft. porehes; 2i*J yds.
from station; best water in the world; 3 dtily
malls; from six to eight dollars per week: guests
to furnish their own towels. A. O. VAXDK
VANTER l'ropr.. Paeonlan Springs, Va.
my20-42t
(VAK CREST BOARDING HOUSE-NOW READY
for guests; JiS.OO pet month; lithia and I-on wa
ter; old Virginia hospitality; fifteen years' expe
rience. C. F Z1RKLE, Fauquier Springs, Va.
JelB-lCt*
JUST THE PLACE FOR REST AND COMFORT?
Three-fourths mile town; house newly papered;
*i rnens, milk, vegetables; larg.' orchard; excel
lent board; terms, S1S.00 laonth. Mrs. M. WINS
BORO, Front Royal. Va. Jel5,li!.2S!
COUNTRY BOARD IN HISTORIC AND Pic
turesque mountain section: three-quarters mile
from station: excellent fare; good water: no
mosquitoes; bathing, riding, driving; terms mod
erate. W. E. MONEY, Clsmont, Albemarle
county, Va. jefl-sa&Su.tf
MONTROSE SCHOOL?A DELIGHTFUL SUM
uier home for children In the most healthful
part of Maryland; no studies from June IS to
September 15. Terms moderate. Address Miss
UARDEY, Clsrksvllle. Md. inj2 52t,eS?
BREWSTER PARK HOTEL. LAUREL,-MD.
I^rge porches. Excellent table.
Address MANAGER for Illustrated Circulars.
Jel3-14t*-4
MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL.
Bluemont. Board, f5 per week.
ALEX. T. LUNSFORD,
Je6-80t*4 Bluemont. I-oudoun Co., Vs.
LINGANORE HILLS INN, "ON THE HILM OF
the Llnganore," overlooking Frederick valley,
situated on a large farm; lieautlful sceuery, walks
and drive*; excellent table; ball room, bathlBg,
boating, fishing; artesian water; telephones. Will
reopen under old management May 1. Ref. exch.
Booklet. Miss E M. ltROWN, Frederick, Md.
jea-Wt
PLEASANT GROVE?OPF.N JONE 15; BATH;
hot and cold water; Rockvllle electric cars pass
the grove. Address FRANK REPP, Rockvllle,
A.d. R. F. D. No- 3. Je2-30t
BOARDING
One Cent e Word for 16 Words
CATERER?MEALS SERVED OUT BY THE
week or month; board by the day, week or
montu; excellent table. MAGNOLIA DINING
ROOM, 1632 11th st. n.w. Je23-2t
WANTED - TABLE BOARDERS?A LIMITED
number of gentlemen with good, healthy appe
tites Cranky men wfco Imagine they have stom
ach trouble and must starve need not apply. Ad
dress L. 8. T.. Star oflu-e.
WANTED?COUNTRY BOAES.
WANTED?BY A YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE
with Infant four mouths old, a place la the
country; good table and convenient to city; can
fnrnlsh reference*. Address "E. M. C.*' Star
office. Jl23-2f
A YOUNG MAN WANTS COUNTRY BOARD IN
private family, on car line, near elty. Address
Box 70. Star oglce.
" WAjfTED_R00MS.
One cent a word for 15 words.
W A> TED - FRENCH raACHBB (GENTLEMAN)
will exchange French lessons for furnished or uu
furntahed room In n.w. si*rtment preferred; ref
eienees exchanged. Address Box 43, Star offlce.
je28-2t*
WANTED-BY JULY 1, BY WIDOW-RKF.-TWO
unfurnished rooms; private bath, l.h.k., vicinity
of 3d and C sts. n w.; rent not to exceed *18.
Address WIDOW. Bt?r offlce. Je21-3t?
WANTED?BOOMS AND BOARD.
One Cent a Word for IB Words.
WANTED?BY DEPARTMENT GENTLEMAN, THE
comforts of home even In a Waslilngton btiard
lnsr house: it rare commodity: I-refers south room
In small family; few, If any. other boarder*, quiet,
mimical annirelative, domestic; who wants him?
State terms and particulars. Address OMEG.v,
Star offlce.
rjWTi g.MtN nftSlItBS ROOM AND BOARD IN
private family at moderate rates; within 10 min
titea' walk of pension offlce. Address CATHO,
Star office.
FOB SALE?TYPEWRITERS.
One cant s word eaeh time for 15 words 3 tin
FOR SALE-REMINGTON TYPEWRITER IN PER
flSt S^loST$13; worth >40. 8th and Vou *ts
n.w?
RiWriCKNSDER'FER, NO. 7, GOOD AS NhjW ;
Imly ^ wWlNGTON OFFICE, V* lUb it.
a.w. least
MANHATTAN' NEW; A GREAT BARGAIN FOR
,^y ?M^ WEaLNGTON OFFICE. BOH^Uthst.
F.lY-HHOl<Efi, 14-INCH
condition; only $25. WELLINGTON OFilOE,
006 11th st. ?.w. J?2-3t
WE IIAVR WeVERAlTUNIVERSAL KEYBOARD,
visihie wrIter* .U In good rt?pe only *16.
WELLINGTON OFFICE, 50tt 11th St. n.w.
&n-?t
BARGAINSr BARGAINS' BAROAIN8! WE HAVK
?U Urst-class all In
illtlon. Your ebolce for *10. WELLINGTON
OFFICE. BOB -Sth ?t. a w. )???"
TOD CAE B0* THE LATEST MODEL WELLING
too Stand**# "ty.wwriter oa easy ttrtna: ft down
and *1 ?*" week'; no better machine **a?e; bna
dreda ta aae In Washington. RentaU, 12 per
Ofic. 89* lltfc at. ?.?. m/28-Mt
BUSINESS OPPOBT UNITIES.
One seat a word Wfb tin? tyr IS wort* ? tlmsa.
BARGAIN-GOOD-PAYING WUOIJCSALK AND
retail flour sad feed. coal and wood business,
A.V.; doing good bnslness; trill sell rbnp to
quick buyer, mm for selling. other
AMrw Box 1. Star cflw.
will i.vvwrr as r-aiTNiot in an StiSSE
ed, nroStable boslneee. lo re;dy state toll par
ttralan; eonMentlsl; highest reference^ Ad
dress Baa ST. Stsr <*<*. Je23 ?f
our rxigrs proposition i.s a cinch;
sella gooda without talking: establish your ???
bualness without rlak; small capital and refer
encea imoIwI; (banc* of lifetime; ml; om man
appointed each city, ao you write
dlslely. SHMMAN CO.. 13 Dover at., New
York. "
WANTED ? DAIRY F4R.MKR TO BENT MY
farm oo shares; 4 mile* from city; large pasture
range. balance under cultivation; horses and coma
Included; man moat hare reference and some
working capital. Addrraa Bo* fl?. Star offl<-e.
Je23-?t
FORTUNES IK PHONHM; LA*"5'
double Japanese flower*; esayi* cultivation, ??
limited northern market; *5.00n an ^w?ry
from garden and fleld culture; P??";
able, hardy, faaclnatlna plant; *10wW ?'"J/"?:
full Inatnx tlona. free] bow top an?? ??>' T"'?
ess?-to uKAy
FOU-SAIji-ONK OK THE BBST PAYING WN;
fectionery and cigar utorea In th? a.w >, w'11 "T"
at inventory price. ?1,850. <>th? bua.nc? ^he
reason for selling. Apply W I- BRAWNKK.
tan 4 12 at. ? w. s^r -
CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM; 14TII ST '?
tlon; worth *1.000; tnnat J* ??ul: make offer.
NEW YORK BU SINESS BROKER, oil ??
Je23 3t . .
THE OWNRR OF BAKERY AND CONFK(^I?'N
erv; established 2? years; clearing : *U?0 ???"*?
U retiring from business. baa auttoiaed me o
ne\\ thin elegant bWlMM without delay at
su.rifloin* price; your rotmey back n one year.
Particulars. TAYLOR. 1828 New \ork ave.
Je23-4?.
FOR SALS?FIRST-CLASS OOltSER SALOON
doing s good business; goodI location:
quick buyer. Address Ilia V Broadwa.v Baltl
more. Md. J*23;3' _
WE COLLECT RENTS. ACP0UNTS. CLAIMS,
settle estate*, bring salt*, file 1!'1^ "."Iff
without collection. FULLER A(?&VCT.jll 1M
n.w. _ _
POOL BOOM AND CIGAR STORE; EXCELLENT
location; actusl vslne. *1,200; owoar
city; price. *7T><); bargain. NEW YORK BI SI
NEWS BROKERS, 611 F. __ Je22-3t
GROCERY. CORNER; DAILY SALES, *35;
cheap rent; II ring rooma; price, *-"0- J**"
YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 611 F. Js22-3t
U-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE. WBLL J^CATKD;
rent only *22: sacrifice *200. NEW YORK
BUSINESS BROKERS, 611 F. Jr?-3t
I HAVE PRACTICAL lilPROVTOIEJCTS ON AR
ticlp of universal use; manufacturers now uego
tinting; patent allowed; thousands Ini It. "
to meet party with capital. Box Bfl, Star offlci.
je22-3t*
FOR SALE?GOOD IVVYINO OHlAK "J*?'
with six living rojms and batb. 1312 7th at
n. vv. ^
FOR SALE?UROCEUY STORE AND FIXTI RES.
worth *600, for *450 If sold before Monday, -ftth.
143b I' st. n w. ya'al
WANTED A REl'RIOERATOR IN OOOD C^>N
dltlon. with large and high door; will exchange
No. 44 Eddy and pay difference. Address iwpj
Conn. arc. ' .
WE HAVE SEVERAL BUSINESS OPIMRTUNI
ties to off*r i>eople who mean btminess. 1 none
Main ?460. F. N. WHALKY CO , ?11 7th n.w.
je22-:it*
IiAWYKH IN COLORADO Hl'lLIUMJ DKSIRE8
to share office exi?**ii8es with another attorney;
stenogi apher, telephone, every facility and rea
?sonaUie. Box 38, gtar office. -3t
J6.5<X) BUYS SAI/K)N DOINO BI'sfsKHS OK $&)
daily; guaranteed; rent only f45; trade mixed;
owner In 5 years has" bought 0 houses. This I?
the l?est proposition in city; best reasons for
selling. Further particulars -
je21-4t TAYLOH. 1328 New York ave. n w.^
FOR SAIJC?MOST HE1TTABI.E F.MPUIYMENT
bureau In city; high-class patronage; new llcense
guaranteed. 1115 F. Je^l-?^t
WANTED-THE SERVICES OF A GENTLEMAN
to assist iu the promotion of u stock company.
Addreaa VERVAIN. Star offlcc. )?Zl-3t'
J.ADY WITH FURNITURE WOU1JJ LIKE TO
meet lady or gentl?nan to assist her In taking
a rooming house In the northwest. Address
AXXIOCS. Star offit?e. je^l-.it
FOR SALE-ONE THIRD INTEREST IN WEI.U
establiahed real estate firm harlng one of the
largest lists of exclusive properties of any Una
In town; have a f?od lire insurance business;
want an energetic, eapaMe man to supervise the
office end of the business. Applicant most hare
*3,000 In ceah. Address Box 46, Star otb<-e.
Je21-tf
FOR SALE-A FEW SHARES OF K\ST WASH
Ingtou Savings-Bank s-tock at *12.50. Address
E. W. S.. Star oiHce. lf?-6t*
WRITE FOR OUR MARKET LETTER. SK.NT
free uiKjti re.iuest; complete resume of Nevada
infixing operations. PATRICK KLLIOTT i
CAMP. Bankers and Brokers, OolUtield, Nev.
Je8-sa.tu.th-8t
^OOD~SECOND-HAND BUSINESS FOB SALE;
best location In city; doing good business; best
of reasons for selling; excellent opportunity for
hastier. Investigate at <nce. 8th and E n.w.
my22-U0t
fwiLL LOAN MONEY ON 8BCONI) TRUSTS,
good Indorsed notes, at libera! rates of Interest,
to reli'ible borrowers.
Je" 30t JAMES HUNT. 080 20th at. n.w.
FOR RENT-ONE MISCELLANEOUS STALL IS
Biggs market^ Apply at ogee. ?pl6-tf
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
4 Hues. It. 60c. 3t.*1.20. I wk . *2 52- 1 nio *7 20.
WAN-TED TO BORROW ON GOOD
real estate. *2B,000.00. H. J. STALU.V^S, ?
Home Life building, city. ? _
ifoNEY TO LOAN ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
and Marylaud real estate. l>>* rates of interest.
Ul,uran,.H.nB.nADfLU.?h,a^s.NY ^
lel^tf.B 12?? mt- "-??
thF bIOOEST INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
and the place to borrow the cheapest money and
tha easiest repayments on the principal la at tha
Peroetual Building Association, 506 11th ?t.
I erpemai ANDREW GLASS, President.
JOHN COOK. Secretary^ |al0-tf.eSn
money advanchd on houseiioi^d o.>ods
stored In tbU wareliouae at rate of 6"l per an
fideuty STORAGR C4X. >t
1 mi I I/IAN MONEY on SECOND TRl'STS.
1 go*k1 * indoraed at liberal rate, of Intent.
Wr80tll't' ^JAMES HUNT. MO 20th at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CIK*
rent raiea of interest on real eatata 'n the
trtct of ColumbiairiTcH FQX BROWN>
jel-tf.S 1406 Q .t. B.W. _
ur.NEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST BATES IN 81/MSI
%\ noo TO $100,000 ON D. 0. I VEAL ES
?il4 ^BOMI-T REPUES AND SMALLEST
PoSbL? EXPENSE. THBO. A- UAUD NU.
1816G ST. N.W.
m8nKYappr^eS a1.4Vnre^ ?
pSoMFT REPLIES AND bMALLEST POSS1BUI
jymORE & HILL (Inc.). 717 14th at. n.w.
9500,000.00
To loan kt 4% and 0% tnt.reat on D. 0. "*1
eatate^ no delay and least expenaa to botrower.
ANTON HEITMULLER. 60S 14tb at.. 3d floor.
aa23-tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF IM
terwt on D. C. real eatata. No unreaaonabla
48tar' WALTER H. ACKER.
mh29-tf.S 14J0 F ?.w
wssnjrsjss jsapa i
unSKY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE; FIRST j
truat It ?H. 0 *nd 0*. No unneeeaaary charge#.
THE HARRISON REALTY CO.. HOT G at ?.w. I
lalHf I
MONEY TO LOAN ON D.C. HKAL ESTATE?
Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal
In amounta of $100 or more received at any in
tSJat Period THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY,
Bond bfdg . iiOB N. Y. aea. n.w. no?-lt
MONEY TO LOAN AT 3Vt. 4 AND PER CENT.
In will of *1.000 to *l30.000. on O. C. real fS.
tkta- pay off 5 per cent and 6 per cent loana and
","n anew at ?weet rate* of Intereet; aU trana
actiona conducted with economical conalderatlon
for borrowera. WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO..
Jaft-tf.7 1407 F at. n.w.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN. BUY OB
aell on real eatate. I can aave yon time and caah,
aa I aivr personal attention to all dvaln.
5J?.tM J EAEIN GADSBY. 526 ISth st n.w.
?sssp.sisBrrfiittRg&Sp I
190T F at- n.w.
STORAGE.
4 lln<i. It. 90c. 8t.$l.>0. lwk .t2.B2. 1 mo.. *7.20.
FIDEUTT STORAGE CO.
1420 YOU ST.
RUGA cleaned by compressed air on preiniaet,
stored In MOTH-Proof room. SIU'BH vault for
rsluablea. Household furniture lo aoparate rooma.
AutomobHee, carriages, etc.
' Packing;, Draylag and Shipping.
je28-tf Let our estimator call.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, ETC..
Stored at reasonable rate*.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. Auctioneer.
myiMOt >20 Pa. ave. n.w. 'Phone H?.
190 SEPARATE 8TO&AC8 ROOMS: STORAGE
b> the Isad; packing, banting and shipping, ges
oa baton storing. THOMAS DOWL!NO ft OO..
Auctioneer*, dig St. n.w. 'Phone Main SIS.
jaK-tf
STEAK CABPEX CLEANING.
STEAM CAItPBT CUBAJTIXO. 'PHONE MAIN
90M tar tot work. ALBERT KAHLERT ft CO..
9SS Md. are. a.w. Improved steam carpet clean
so. Positively tlte largest estabUahmsat "f It*
kM to tte atlf. Inspection lavlteC >?-40t
FOB, SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
On nit a word wrb tlina for It * lte?.
For halea ureat vTrivty <>r used
pianos of lUndiril nakn to be ilu* out at ^
mere fraction of their raise All are In t?i->r-?.k .
repair?we simply do not want to carry Then
tknagh the anminer.
Kaabe upright, mahogany caaa, lareat atyle
Special. '. $4.VI
Knahe amsll grand, every working part new.
fMAO Instrument $!VSn
Kuabe upright. ruavwood ease. Special . JS u
Sterling uptight, medium alae. W>< tnat.ru
aieut $2Vt
| llardioan upright, largaat atyle, Uke new $XW>
Kmeraon upright. largrat alae. niaboganj
caae. Special 1350
Smith A Baruea. mahogany caae. Special . $2-V)
Smith & Barnea. mahogany caae. medium
alaa Spc-lal $200
Heller A Co. uptight, mahogany caae, (are
ata* Special $200
WM. KNAUK * CO.,
Je23 ISd lsis-tt r at.
FOR HUJ! (lit KXCHANOE <;<H>D PLATK
camera and <?utflt ounplete. deajr.- eaiall'T ala*'
aim. <i S WAKNKK. 132 T ?dd plac- n w.
PARTY LEAVINO QTI SKL4J) HAMMOMK OAK
dreaaer with mlrtvr, large *>ak cbiffouier. amall
<*ak chiffonier, cot. raattreaa. gaa atov<> ctH ap
for fiih. To be aeen 1312 21 at ai B a
FOR SALE r.HBAP- 1/ )T OK KLJSCTRIl MOTiilts"
cach Hth and Y<?u ata n vr. J?28 .
for .HAijt-eoo wimm.u ukkns. k. i >
all alaea. 8th at?l Von sta. n.w. J.-.
FOR MM MBArTIFin. MAHOGANY " IT
right piano; cuarnnt<-e<l $1011 rcdii' lion; $?*>
monthly ; trench upright. f 12' 924 SMIl JcEl :tt
FOB SAUC--3 FOIJ>IX<; IIBI>.sri'\I>S. oxx $10
_and one $f>. 80V o at. n w. J,-22 at"
for haijc \kv\~ 7s vvTvr hydro fij**i iti"
dynamo, mounted. ami tire latnpa; $15, Aildr^aa
"A, J. H.," star office. JaSTJl*
FOR SA LE No! 1 SMITH PR KM IKK TYPE
writer, with No. 2 carrls**- 1m prominent s; ex
cellent ?-oudltbm; <-heap for ? aah. Address
HARD-TTP. i*tar office. J?*22-Jit*
FOR 8ALE ? WILL LO A N pTaNO KRfTe TO
parents desiring to give their children h musical
education. Address Boa Ho. Star office. j*>22 3t
for .sale?$.too upright piano. stani>aed
make, handsome oak case, good condition. Price.
|185. Address Bo* 55. Star office. je22 3t*
!'< >H 8ALK GENUINK ANTlQt r M a !i-1?. v s V
?ofa. 8 feet long an he!rlo>n?; lunmd t?? ??#!!.
I'rle?. $35. AddretM Hoi 5.%. Star o?. e. j?22 3f
FOR HALE ? COMBINATION OO 4 AItT A Vl?
baby carriage. Including aun ahade. ?ft. 1?.V? Hd
at. P.W. je22 :i?.eSu
FOB SALE -FUKHII JKHRKV (,OwTYO*'N?i ANI>
g?*ntle, with belfer <alf. IV J. 8MITH. Hricln
wood. I>. r. J?-22 :tf
FOR HALE - K1 RX1T1 RK: YBON BH1>.
plate; dining table, nig*, matting, good m
new; cheap; no dealers. *^i?24 F at. n.w. J*-22 .It*
FOR SALS NO tJ BE1IINOTON TVPEWUItT'K
?^H>d as new , cheap for !ash. 213*? 13th at. n .s
r22 ?'' * 1
FOR SALK $M TIFFANY DIAMOND RINO ?4
$2Z l^ffsny diamond ring. $l.V IH.%1 * Hth
KAHN. 710 7th n.w Je22 Hf
FOR SALK TO A I Kn' K Fk I * ARTY. KOI R
room flat furniture complete, nearly new. ou:>??r
leaving city 3d at. n.w Je2l th.aa.Su.3 ?
1 OR SAljr RKAI TIFC'L I PBloilT I IA V
goi>d condition; cfaean tor cnah; party learltK
city. To l?e seen at No. 15<>2 Vermont ave n ?*.
jetl :u*
FOR SALE LvDV'S <'HAINL?SS o)l.l MBI\.
as goo?l an new; spring aad?"ie roaa'er
brake, aearchllght lamp and wimliug Nil. U-<i
Kmeraoii *t. n.e. after 4;3u p.m. Lesa than <?u<?
thlrd cost price. jt*21 ..i*
FOR SALE -SOHMKR IM A NO IN T ? n.V
dltion; price, |125. imjulre at 13o3 (, at. n w .
2d flf^r. st*
FOR SALE PAWN TICKET I>IAm7?nT> KIN
stof)A?; pawned for $75; coat |175; ticket. $10.
421 11th at . 2d floor. Je2l .Tt
FOR .SALE-LADIES'" lilt YCLE; t'OST $C5~ \S
g?*>d a? new; ouly $10. big ana, B?)8TON BAR
<;ain IlorSE. && F n w 1 .
FOR 8 A LE ? FINE, A I. M (?ST N K W rPRHSMT
nlano; mahogany flnlah; irory kpya: 3 i??>#!#< 1 -
$125 cash; big bargain. BOSTON BARGAIN
HOrSE. 629 T n.w. >21 at
FOR SAIaE ALL THE~l'SKITPIAN<?s" IN V!\~K
htmse are lncludetl in this Kiunuwr rlearaii- *' aji#
at aalonishlngly small prices. There ore Sohiwer,
aSh?u:inger. A Stms, llardman. Chlfkertng.
Gabler. Stleff, Kimball, Flacher and other high
grade lustriimenta, all in good condition llera
are some of the bargains:
2 I plight Pun.* at $l'?o
3 I'lirigbt iManos st $125
8 Cprlght Pianos at flik)
6 L prlght Pianos at fiT5
10 I prigbt Pianos at $2fS)
d I'plight Pianos at $^5o
Several $.350 and $400 1 prlght Piauos, alm?st
new. to go at $22". $Xfto, $275 and $20"
Terms, #10 to $25 <*a?h and $5. $d. $7. $8 uU
$10 I>er month.
Je20-tf O. J. DeMOLJj ft CO 1281 O at.
Ft >R SALE t'O R NIC 11*15 rTm'':ER \ 7 I MM K MATl"
ly. at a sacrifice. Owner leaving city. :w.tlt sn.l
N sts. n.w. J?20 4f
FOB SALK ON At'( <H NT OF~ MY SM A LI. K\
penses will sell new pianos from $12' upward;
warranted 10 y?ars; fine upright plan' $100. ?-<m
vlnce yourstlf. F. W. llkLBIU, 17-42 7th at.
Jelll tf 4
FOR SALE?STEINS'AY (JRA.ND PIANO; GO d>
condition: fs'.r appearance; very raasonuM-*;
owner leaving city. May be aeen at PFElFFhlt^,
1328 F n.w. JelHalaw.'U*
FOR SALE RARE BARGAIN UPRIGHT PIANO.
Handsome, medlurn-tdae upright cabinet grand
piano In beautifully finished mah-.gt.ny tTise, " %
octavea; lueet, full tone, and cootalna all ths
be*t and lateat Improvementa; be?*u us?nj by care
fnl liarty for th?* paat aix mo*., and is in elcgan;
condition?In fact, Juat like new. Sells for ?
and $4*??. Owner, leaving city, will make quick
tacrlnce of It. Only $ 1 *?T? caali Including aiool.
We guarantee the piano for u?u*l term. Uome lu
a I once If you want a big bargain.
jel4-tf,12 GRIMES' PlANt 1212 F at
F<.?R SAI,1, 17-i-"oot L.\r\?'H, IN RUNNING ??R
der, $125.00. Job. DlifcJFL.S, opi>?sue Terry
wharf, Alexandria, Ya. Jtll Ut*
VPS liLB> OO-GABTfl, $1.5o, DSOP4UDU
couches, $2.98; gasoline and oil stovea refrlgcra
tora, 50*'. per week; ^15.08 roll-top deaka.
je?-tf RKI/MDN. ail 7th at n w.
FOE 8ALEr?SOUMER PIANO BARGAIN.
One $600 bohiner. carefully used, $247; one
$500 Bradbury Upright, $100. Teu other bar
gains In used pianos. Pianos for rent. Beat
applied if purchased. ?
hugo woRcn. im f. ^
Estimates given for Rapalrlug, 11- '.ag, Tua
myJl tf,8 lug and Storags.
FOR SALE-CASH REGISTERS.
NEW NATIONALS FROM $25 UP, HALL
WOOD REGISTERS AT A SACRIFICE. SEV
KBAL SLIGHTLY USED NATIONALS. FULLY
GUARANTEED. KXCECTIONAL BARGAIN*
AND ON EASY PAYMKNTS. WE SELL SEC
OND-HAND CASH REGISTERS OF ALL KINDS
CHEAPER AND IN BETTER CONDITION THAN
?NY DEALER.
TH* NATIONAL CASH REGISTER 00.,
my4-But? 617 fTH ?T. N ??
FOR 8ALX-2 CARLOADS WINDOW SCREILNS
and door screens, 12V^. up; doors, 81c. up- ex
tra wide doors carried in stock; acraeua msda ts
order, 75c.: knock-down framea, 25c.; wirs,
aq. ft. KLEEfiLATT'S, 11th sud U ata. a.a.
ailiOt
FOB 8ALR-GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADE8~
dtted to your windows, oni/ 25c.; tba best qual
ity oil o)>aque shades. 50c , hur.g froa. Will call
with saTuples. KLEEBLAIT'S. lltb k H sts u e.
?y? if
BUSINESS PBOPERTY.
? ilnea. It.ftO-. at $1 00; lwk .$2 33: 1 mo . $7 20
FOR SALK.
KOR SALK- -
Store on corner; rented for $30, owner offered
$37 50. all rooma; recently papered and paint"!,
1 good condition and excellent location. A bar
gain at $4,.150
FINE BUSINESS rNVKJSTMKXT.
On corner 7th at u w ; lot 80x100. Imursred 1>)
atorea and flata; tua rentad for orer $1,2(>U P'-r
fear. A aafe, aound lnreatment of 10"c. Price,
$13,000. Make offer
FINK BUSINESS PROPERTY
lyocatcd one aquare from <!onn. are. and L n w.;
4 storlea; lot 20x78 to alley; 10 rooma. 4 l>aiba;
n.w reuted for $75 and owner occupying lat floor
I'rlce, $12,000; truat. $7,000, 4?yr, Will trade
uqulty for vacant ground aultalile for auiall
houaea. No reaaouable offt-r refuacd.
The Oral Sign. LE ROY MARK, 1410 G.
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I<0B SALK BUSINESS PROPEKTIK8 TO OljOSK
eatatea-Tbe 3-atory double building, with build
ing on alley, 45u and 461 Pa. are. n.w.; all for
$411,000; alao -.-atory and cellar brl -k 50A an.I
MR 5th at n.w., next to Colamhla Title Oa.
bldg., $17,000 for the two; alao 4-atory and cel
lar brl' Ua Fl. o3 aod 58 Maaa. ave. n ? , near
o.w Union R R. atatton; good for amall hotel;
$14,?00 for the tlir**; taay trrrr.a
W. & DUYALL.
J?14-10t* B26 F D w.
' roH ctBjrr.
FOR RENT -F H. SMITH CO., 140?i ft. Y. AVK..
RENTAL AGENTS. BOND BI.PO.
810 I ST. N.W., NEAR BTII; 10 ROfiMS AND
B.; WILL BE KKMC'*KL?i> TO SUIT TENANT;
$40.00. Jeg3t
Ftte BBNT?F. H. fWITH CO.. :40? N. Y. AVE
RENTAL AOKNT*. BONO BUjfl.
810 I ST. N.W., NBAR #TH; loR. ANI< B.;
WIU. RKilODEL TO SUIT TENANT. $00.00.
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FOR LEASE 192u 14T1I N.W.?FINE, MODERN
?tora, 70 ft. di?p. and 6-poob, and bath apart
maut abora; will loaka long leaae to good ten
ant O. M. BRYANT. Ward?r bldg. Je2? 8t
COtnmiTPEOPEKTY.
4 11nta It.aor; *t.$l ?>: lwk .$2 33; ] mo . $7 20
DfIhIRABI.B OOtJNTRT HOilK; MODERN 12
rooai rentdeace and 5 acres: cannot be dupli
cated forTlBr.'WO. Owly $8.06i).
'Pboaa IMa SIS W at. a.w.
SMITH * BANSON.
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PASTURING.
FINE HEAVY PASTURE FOB BOBSKS.
per mo. or SI.B0 per w*ek; boraea call
and delivered. 'Phone North 1S0S or
bar at a with watchman, Slat and Banning

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