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APARTMENTS TO LET.
4 lino. It., BOc. Bt.ll.oo. lwk .?2 S3 Imp.. |7.20. pj
froR KENT?IN THE DARTMOI TH. 203 N ST.
O.W.. delightful 5-room opart merits. In perfect
Condition; rents, 127.60 ami $32.75. Apply
I>AV1I> MOORE, ia?jt Nyw }ork nve. n.xr.
ton KENT?IN Tin1: HARVARD. -V?. 1320 HAR- _
?ard st. n.w.. desiraMe 5 and G-room apartments.
to l>e vacated Oct. 1. Rents $37.60 and
142.6". I?AV1P MOURK. 1328 New York ave. n w. I
roil RENT?THE FRANK UN APARTMENTS, ,
1913 14tb sf. n.w.- 9 and C rooms and bath; ?
rents. $30 to $47.50; elevator, 'phone and janitor ft
service; open for Insect Ion. Ajiplj
ua? in Aiwwr,, i?szb i. ave. n.w.
ron RENT --PRICES REDl'CED TO |25 AND
upward; three or four rooms and kitchen; hot- 1
water heat: In THE HI.NNEY, 1408 Ulrard at.
JiAViy MOIlUK. 1328 X. Y. nve. n.w. J
"THE DON CARLOS."
Within a block of
Dupont Circle. s'
A ihlctly modern, elegantly appointed, high- T1
frnde apartment bonae, with ever* known coo enlence.
at No. 20?T O at., near the Italian embaaay,
overlooking N. II. ave. A few choice
flat! still to lie bad at *42.60 and np Id tfcla ae- ,
lect residential and fashionable location The ?
cleaest Inspection and comparleoo le Invited. CI
iSee them today.)
'Phone M. 2744. K. C. BBAINERD, 1410 G it.
oc23tf !
ONE MONTH FREE. AM) BECAISE LATE IN ?
(eaaon rent reduced to $32.Ml; unusually attrac- F<
tire flats, aecond floor, % rooms each. 1350 *31Mrd
m and lftSti 16th st. n.w.; open. oc23-3t*
*X>R RENT THOSE
BEACTTFVL AITS.
APARTMENTS OR 4 ANT) R LARGE ROOMS
AND IlATll IN THE CAMBRIA AND .MAJESTIC,
1324 AND 2.1 EfCIJI) ST. N.W.
DON'T FA]I. TO SEE THESE HANDSOME
APARTMENTS. FOR PARTKTLARS Al'PLV
N. h. SANSBl'RY, 710-21 13TH N.W.
_?<-23-3t _
*OU RF.NT DESIRABLE APARTMENT,
1118 13TH ST. N.W.
New 2-room nr?n-housekeeping flat.
RENT. IttUMJ PEK MONTH.
Klegantly papered and decorated; beautiful bath
room; most i?K>dern plumbing; combination gaf
tnd electric fixtures.
HOT W A IKK UK AT. JANITOR.
MF.RERMAXN A IIAWN, 1303 F ST.
irOtt HI NT NEAR WPONT CHICLE.
FIRST ( LASS APARTMENT HOt'SE.
DESIRABLE l lVE ROOM FLAT.
RENT. H". PER MONTH.
LIKKhRMANN A IIAWN. 1303 F ST.
FOR RENT CHEAPER THAN OTHERS.
1ST AN I? 2D FLOOR IIOT SEKEEPINO FLATS.
5 AND n LARUE ROOMS AND BATH.
SEPARATE CELLARS AND 1"AIU)S.
aervanta' toilet in cellars; 1
NORTH SIDE OF WILLARD ST.
between 17th agri 18th ata. n.w.
Convenient to car lines.
IN PERFECT REPAIR.
MERE KM A XX A- HAWN. 1303 F ST.
KOR KENT 5 ROOM APARTMENT.
BVKKY ROOM OlTS!l>K: 3 EXPOSURES.
THE PARK -LINCOLN PARK. 5;
'IVl.'uh'Uic servlr#.
LEWIS & JONES CO., 017 E ST. N.W.
Qi-23 St
foil RENT, hy EDWARD 1\ SCHWARTZ. SALES,
rents, loans and Insurance. 024 F street n.w.
A PARTM KNTs?
$13 M n.w.. 4th ti. 4 r and b, with heat.. .$37.50
JW6 N n.w., 3d fl. 5 r and b. with heat 82.75 p
76 N n.w., 3d ti, 4 r with heat, gas, 2 fur... 30.00
44 H n.w. 5 rooms ?nd hnth . . 20.511.
226 Morgan n.Av.. 3d fl. west side. Or. b.... 85.50
012 2d s e.. 1st floor. 5 room a and bath 24.00
616 2?1 s.e.. 1st floor, ft rooms and batb 24.IK)
702 5th st. n.w. (south flat) 20.60
1300 II st. n.e. 2d floor 15.50 ?
o< 23-9t F
FOR IlENT 1762 WILLARD ST. N.W., 1ST
floor. 5 rx'niH and bath. RENT REDUCED TO
125.00. 2d floor, ft rooms, bath and attic; rent,
$27.50; half square of car?; separate furnaces,
yards and porches. MOORE & HILL. INC., 717 <
14th n.w. oc23.tu.th.Ba pj
DELHJIITFt'L 5 Rooms. WITH MCtDERX BAni;
plenty of lljrht and air; wide ave.. n.w.; rent,
$2.ift<? V L SWSHI KY. 710-21 lath st. n.w.
FOR RENT 5 ROOMS AND RATH IN THE D
Florence Court, Calif, ave.. f45 per mo.; all out- ]
side rooms. Apply Apartment 403 or WM. A. i
EASTERDAY, Boud bids:. oc22-3t* <
FOK BENT?VERY DESIRABLE APARTMENTS T
In "The AI!?ert," 1S23 K 8t. n.w.; 4 rooms and
hftth; conveniently located; desirable In every '
respect; rent $35; adults only. ALLEN E. <
a DVAhKK.lt 1410 G st. oi-22-Tt 1
F('U RENT THE DARLINGTON, 149 A ST. N.E.,
desirable apartments, 4 and fi rooms and bath; ?
beautifully finished; one-half square from Capit!
grounds; telephone lu every ap.irtinent; rent,
H L. KI'ST, tins 14th n.w. o. 22-tf,5
^WO-ROOM AXD BATH APARTMENT; BOTH j
omt. 831 The Portlier. oc22-3t j
TI1H AI:iTy. colt. 1. AnT7 1TT11 N.W.. SEXr TO 1
StoiH'U-I^h Court?5 front rooms and t?ath housekeeping
apartment: porch, steam heat, janitor _J
service. Kent. o*22-tf F<
Birrk (ir > i,ak<: f. v-nkprnished rooms !
and bath; hay window; southern e\|>osiire; fine
location; unusual closets; hot-water heat; elec- 1
trbiry and telephone; private family. 1847
Ko liq si ocil-3t* _J
I)0\V.\TC>\VN: T\V?7~K(?OMS. *25; THREE ROOMS, 1"
$35; elegant tiled hath; 132u N. Y. ave. n. w.
K A It RICK & M ETC A LP,
23 1833 G at. n.w. _
FOR RENT 130 AND 732 13TH X.W.?JUST
? ? rnfhleted: modern, attractive apartments;
STEAM HEAT FURNISHED; *5 rooms and bath, *
$5o. STONE & FAIRFAX. *
1342 New York are., adjoining corner of 14th. 1
oi*20-51 ra
ti<
THE VXliOlS,
1330 Massachusetts ave., urerlookinjf Thomas ?
Circle. Several apartments remain, $25 to $50. 5Mont
#*onven1ent to down-town section. oc20-6t
Fob rent?fi ne apartments in the _
Oneonta, 70 N. Y. ave. n.e.; ?10. 2 rooms and
tath. open; $27.50, 4 rooms and bath. open. See
ROLAND C. BOOTH, agent, 704 8th st. n.w.
oc20-5t 1
re It HKNT I1.NK APARTMENTS IN S.E.;
612 2d st. s.e., f? rooms and bath; $24, 51C 2d at.
i.e., 5 rooms and bath. See
ROLAND C. BOOTH, TW Mb at. n.w. rr
?c20 3t ?l
FOR RENT THE LANDMORK. 1133 24TH ST.
D.w. Several choice apartments for rent at reasonable
rates; large, bright, gunny rooms, large
kitchen, plenty of closet room; undoubtedly tue
best-arranged apartments in the city.
Inquire at Apt. No. 21, or at office of
Q?-2o-6t T. A. HARDING. 131C G 8t. n.W.
SrOK RENT-CHOICE APARTMENTS
Several 5 and 7 room apartments left.
2713 11th at. n.w., 7 rooms and-bath. I
271ft 11th st. n.w.. 7 rooms and bath.
2224 Decatur st. n.w., 5 rooms and bath. ;
2224 I>e<*8tur *t. n.w., 7 rooms and bath.
2234 Ik'catur st. n.w., 5 rooms find bath.
304 V ft. n.e., 0 rooms and bath.
The apartments are new and modern, eood
location and near car lines. Iients. $2 '.50 up.
T. A. HARDING,
cCo tf 1316 G at. n.w. ]
FOK Ii KNT ? ~
TI1F RTJRS PROPFRTIFS
41 B st. n.w., facing Capitol Park? ;
10 apartmenta of 2 and 3 rooms, each
with buffet kitchen, cabinet refrigerator.
rnuntel l?ook<-as?-8, porrhe#, heat
and hot \>ater, and long-distance telephone.
Price, $2<>.00 up. ?
The Peniiur>t. 4S II st. n.e.?One- T1
half block from Government Printing
Office; apartments 4 and 5 rooms; I
steam heat and hot water. $'J?? up. t
The Raymond, 814 22d st. n.w.?De- ?
voted entirely to H-room apartments; F<
having buffet Utcheoi, tiled tatti, 4
private hall-, steam lieat and hot water; i
all outside io>ms of good size and well 1
arranged. Price $25.1H> up. """
A folder descriptive of all properties
mailed upon request. Write or telephone.
W. K. COWKN. MANAGER.
Room 1. 1U)?8 Bldg . 33 li St. n.w.
'Phone E. (J35.
#c2u tf
T1IK COLCORll.
FOR KENT- FLAT O.N BAST CAPITOL STREET,
containing f> iTight rooms and bath; heat fur tihed;
janitor; rent only $30.
?Ni ft I I ' U't't'UnV ?- /-A ??>1 ?" ?
... * . cv VU., ??.. V3ip.
roil IlENT lilU3 II X.W.; 7 BOOMS AND BATH;
corner. $45..r>0. "~
li?!3 I'a. ave. n.w.; 8 rooms and bath; tUam
heat. $46.60.
1013 ra. avo. n.w.; non-boueeke-cping; 3 rooms
ami bat S30. oo.
GEO. W. LIN KINS.
M90 I S : 800 ldtb st. n.w.
iron BENT _l> KUOM FLAT. rENTRALLY LOcated:
modern improvements; 1231 K st. n.w.,
near 1' and 13th and Pa. ave.; good furnished- <
room locality. oclO- odtonol 1
A FKnNI ATARTMKNT IN
Hi K V ANCt IUTLA NUT."
Only i?ne. JM7..V).
Five rooms, reception hall, hath and small (
Boom for servant; porch; parlor 19x16; dining ?
room Ul\14 kitchen. Pxl5; two hed rooms, Ft
14x'<?.6 etch; hath. t>.\12; plectrle elevator. Measure
our rooms and see how they compare with
these. I* I* worth Investigation. ocl9-6t.e8u
IOR BEN 1 5 UOICB At*A III M F.NT.S. 1
19*-7 14th st. u.w., 6 room;* and hath $32.30
717 1 ltJi st. n \\\, 5 rooms and bath 32.50
#1S 12th st. n.w., 5 rooms and bath 40.00
IMt t&*k - ... m ? -
i.nu oi. u.w., .? rooms and oatU 40-00
Httl l'.'th st. u.w., 0 rooms and hath 32.50
12mi <. st. n.w., (> rooms am] Lath 00.00
tXMf.cSu T A HARDING. 1816 O at. n.\r.
TIIK WYOMING.
(Columbia mad opposite California st.)
ftrj dnirsbte, coainiodtoM and conveniently F
rrai jri-d apartments containing
7 roorus and bath $7.r>.00
R rooms and bath ftfl.00
5 rooms snd bath 60.00 '
4 rooms ?od i-aih 40.00 _J
Inspection invited. Full Information at our office, r
SWAKTZFLL. UHFKM & HBNSEY CO.,
orlfc th.s&tu tf U10 F st. n w.
THK cr.MKKKI.AM>.
<Mas8. ave. and Thomas circle.) _
Strictly first-class apartment house with choice F
apartments of
0 rooms and hath- ...-- SRK 00
5 r<*Mii3 ami bnth 65.00 11
ft room* noil balb 50.00 13
2 rooms antl bath 22.50
Tt? (u? nj.rwtn.i utii arp now available. Apply to
KW.vUrZKl.L. K11EKM & 1IEN8EY CO.. u,
pels Hi y&m tf 91B F at. n.nr.
OK KENT BEAITIFCL KI.AT IN "MAE- i
garrl," Washington Height*. $27.50 mo. 7,
?1HH KAKI.Y ft 1 AMt'TON 015 14th ?t. n.W. B1
KENT?DELIOHTrUL FLAT. 18TH AND T
ts., $2t*?.50 mo.
els 1st EARLY 4 LAMPTON. 615 14th ?t
APARTMENTS TO LET.
OR RENT?TE.VN. AVE. N.E., BETWEEN D
and EJt 4 rooms and bath; good shape; front and
r*ar yards; porches; rent, $14.30. One square
of cars.
MOORE & HILL (Inc.). 717 lith n.w.
ocl7-eod,5t
41 OOHCOKA.N ST. N.W.-JL8T OFF N. H.
ave., G large bright rooms and bath; hot-water
heat; $35.00.
JORDAN & BLOOMER. Inc.. 1300 G st. n.w.
y!7-14t
EDIH'ED RATES FOR A FEW DAYS IN THE
Glendower, 21 6t!i et. n.e.; near Capitol; best for
price; act quickly. Apply
ocl6 3w WkEDON. 224 E*st Cap. St.
00 CHAPIN ST., 5 AND 0 ROOM A PARTS.;
very desirable; rent $27.50 and $30.50. 1821
A uiul out hoo t a nrf laili top
LVlvuinii, * n"u wi wui ?f?-t rf? *?
service, reut $30 to $35.
R. X. CnATTERTON.
oclT-Ot 612 14th (t. n.w.
AKLAXD, 2018 COL. RD., B LA RGE aS..t50T00
imeron. cor. Vt. ave. and T, fi large rooms. 82.00
anion. 128 C st. n.e., 0 large roouis 30.00
jk-H-tf USCAR W. WHITE. 1116 F St.
tlE HI XT1XOTON. 2715 14TH ST. N.W.: SEVeral
choice suites from 8 to & rooms, tiled bath,
etc.. In this Hue building, from $30 to $47.50.
A. F. FOX COMPANY, 14th st. aiid N. I. are.
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KAMPLAIN APARTMENTS, 1424 K ST. N.W.,
4 and 5-r'Kim suites; $G0 and $75. The De Soto,
1300 Mass. arc. n.w., 5-room suites; $40 to $60.
Columbian law building, offices; $12.50 to $15.
HORATIO N. TAPIJX, Is07 F St. ocl4-30t*
3R RENT - IN THE OWASCO. A STEAMheated
five-room and bath apartment; all large,
bright rooms; southern exposure; beat, hot water
and Janitor service Included In rent. Apply
to GEORGE TKUESDELL, 22 Wyatt bldg.
ooll-tf.eS
OR RENT-BY B. F. SACL CO., 7TH ftL N.W.
The Hrj-n Mawr, 1316 W st. u.w., 4 rooms
nnd bath $.10.50 and $31.50
The Home." 7th and Mass. ave. n.w., 4
and 5 rooms, all modern; centrally located,
$37.50 and $47.50
The Juniata. 1424 W st. d.w., 4r. nod Or.,
batb $30 50 to 45.00
The Nantucket, 1418 W St., 5 rooms and
bath 87.50
The Susquehanna, 1480 W at. n.w.. 4 and
C rooms and batb $31.00 to 36.50
1210 7th n.w.. 2d floor. 5r. and b 85.00
1845 L n.w., 2d floor. 5r., b 35.00
rhe Brru Ma nr. 1310 You St.. 4r. b..$30.50 & 31.50
1216 7tb n.w., 8d floor. 6r. and b 80.00
1105 N St. n.w.. 5r. and b 80.00
1622 9th st. n.w.. 5r. and b 27.50
630 Q at. n.w., 3d floor. Or. and b 25.50
10 T st. n.w., 6r. and b 24.50
512 Tenn. ave. n.e., 2d floor. 5r. and b.... 22.50
1711 4th at. n.w.. lit floor, 5r. and b 21.50
716 G st. n.e.. 5r. and b 21.40
1721 4th st. n.w.. 1st floor, or. and b 20.50
73 R st. n.w.. Gr. and b.. average rent.... 20.50
1408 1st n.e., 1st floor. 5r 20.50
512 Tenn. ave. n.e.. 1st floor. 5r. and b.... 20.50
812 Fin. nve. n.w.. 2d door. 5r. and b 20.50
1245 II n.e., 2d floor, 4r. aud b 18.50
20/ R st. n.w.. Sr. and b 17.50
642 Morton st. n.e.. 4r. and b 15.50
1243 Duncan n.e.. ir. and b 18.50
420 O st. n.w.. 3d floor. 4j\ and b 13.50
1015 S. Car. s e.. 2d floor. 4r. and 10.50
#C.? Mo. ave. n.w.. 2 basement rooms.... 1U.UU
1816 5th st. n.w., 2r.. 2d floor 8.00
1230 7tli st. n.w.. 3d floor front, 2r 7.50
710 P st. n.w.. 2r.. 2d floor T.00
ocl4-tf _
OH RENT? ' *"
The Van Ortlandt, 1417 Belmont ?t. n.w.;
apartments No. 82. third floor; 5 rooms and
hath; $47.50 per month; and apartment No. 43,
fourth floor; 5 rooms and bath; $47.50 per
month; janitor and elevator service; excellent location.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Inc.,
ocl4-S.thent,th.s,tf 1414 F st. n.w.
OR RENT?"THE ALABAMA," 11TH AND N
st a. n.w.; new flve-room and bath housekeeping
apartments in flre-proof building; Janitor service:
steam heat; excellent location; convenient to all
car ilincs and government departments.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Incorporated.
oc9-tu,th.8a-tf 1414 F street n.w.
OR RENT-IN "PEBBLETON." WITHIN
BLOCK DUPONT CIRCLE.
1 flat 1st floor, 5 rooms and bath $35.00
1 flat 2d floor. 5 rooms and bath 40.00
1 flu t 9H floor A rnnmi and hath iS.OO
EARLY & LA-MPTON. 615 14th it. n.w.
wS-tf
OK RENT?TO ADULTS. NO. 804 E ST. N.W.,
apartment of B rooms and bath; rent, winter,
$25.00; summer, $22.00; back porches; steam
heat. ocl3-tf
OWNTOWN APARTMENT AT REDUCED
rent at 509 E st. n.w.; only one left; 5-room flat
at $32.50. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 612 14th.
aclltf
HE BRUNSWICK?BEAUTIFUL 8-STORY FIRSproof
building on I st. opposite Franklin Park,
l'wo brlgbt and cheerful apartments of four rooms
ind tmtb at $40 each are now available. Be sure
to look at thorn before leasing.
SWARTZELL, RllF.EM & nENSF.Y CO.,
oc4-tt 916 F ?t. n.w.
RESERVATIONS IN I
TI1E GREENWAX. "
1724 21st n.w.
Near Dupont Circle.
1st floor $35.00
!d floor *40.00
Id floor $37.50
EARLY * LAMPTON, C15 14th St. n.w.
*10tf
)R RENT?CENTRAL," S AND B ROOM AND
bath flats in tbe "Como," IB Grant place n.w.,
bet. G and H, 9th and 10th sts.; rent reasou?ble;
steam heat.
D. D. THOMPSON & CO., 1335 F it. n.w.
Ie29-tf
iTl! AND YOIT STS. N.W.; S.E. CORNER; NEW
building: ready for occupancy Not. 1; all B
rooms and bath; $35 to $42.50 per month. VX.
L. BROWNING. Manager. 418 5th St. n.w.oc0-30t
THE WICOMICO, 225 N. J. AVE. N.W.
Orerlooka Capitol Grounds and Library.
2-rooin $20.00 j 1 5-room $35 00
4-room $30.00 I 1 5-room $38.00
4-room S2S.0O | 1 5-room. specially ar
nged for public dining room; excelont loca:>n.
Apply J AS. M. YORK L. SON, 1)12 O.
0*9-551-7
ROOM CORNER APT.: OUTSIDE ROOMS;
fronting on New Hampshire ave. Apply to Manager.
THE CONCORD. oo7-tf
TIIE CLAIBORNE.
S.E cor. Gtli and IT fits. n.w.
Housekeeping and bachelor apartments of 2. 4.
5 an(] 6 rooms; steam heat: janitor and elevator
Bervice. Prices from $25 to $50. Also cafe, barber
shop ami (ftice rooms for rent in this building.
App!y 11. O. IIOLTZMAN, 10th and F its.
ocT-tf
!>R RENT?
In The "Ashburn."
13th and Harvard.
Beautlfu'. and a flood of light in all rooms.
No. 3?5 rooms and bath $40.00
No. 5?6 rooms and bath 47.50
No. 7?5 rooms and bath 45.00
No. 8?0 rooms anil bath 42.50
No. 0?5 rooms and bath 40.00
EARLY Ac LAMPTON.
ocfitf 615 14th at. n.w.
APARTMENT HEADQUARTERS.
FLORENCE COURT ?Cal. ave. aud Phelps
place.)?NEW, MODERN. FIREPROOF BUILDING.
designed and erected bv T. Franklin
Schneider, architect. Delightful view of city
and country. HIGH ELEVATION. Spacious
apts. of Ji and 5 rooms and bath. Private exchance.
Cafe. Reasonable rates.
TlfE WINDSOR. 142.'? T st. nw.-NEW FIREPROOF
BUILDING; beautiful apartments, 1, 3,
4, 0 and 0 rooms and bath; rent, $20.00 to $50.00.
Inspect today. One beautiful bachelor apartment;
private bath; only $20.00.
THE VIRGINIA. 2120 G Bt. n.w.?Beautiful
apartments of 8, 4 and 5 rooms; rents $25.00 to
$35.00; Inspection invited before locating elsewhere;
modern conveniences.
WM. A. EASTERDAY (Inc.).
First Floor, Bond bldg. 'Phone M. 210.
se22-tf
HE CECIL. 13TH AND L N.W.?FOR RENT?
Beautiful one-room and bath apartment; also a
Que two-room and bath apartment. Apply at Tbe
Cecil. se24-tf
3R RENT?IN THE ANALOSTAN FLATS. 1718
Corcoran jjt. n.w., 4r. and b., $32.S0,_ and Sr.
inn v., ueu^niiui upanmeius; nne Jooa*
tlon: heat *nd light. sel-QOt*
THE COLUMBIA.
14th and (ilrard Streets.
Modern apartments of five and ill
rooms and bath; all outside room*.
143 to (35.
THE LINCOLN
111 12tb at. a.e.
Beautiful apartments In this building,
overlooking Lincoln Park, six rooms and
bath |35 and $40
JAMES A. CAHIUL,
se2C-tf 1308 F st. n.w.
DON'T RENT AX APARTMENT
UNTIL YOU INSPECT
TI1E "DENVER,"
1419 CUATLV ST. N.W.
Delightfully situated. Just off 14th St., the w?r>nd
street up to Mount Pleasant. VERY LARGE
ROOMS. New building. Elevator. Individual
telephones. Hot water and lieat furnished.
Laundry and storage rooms. TRICES, $23.SO to
$45.60. 3 Its . RATII. TO 6 KS., RATH.
BLL'NDON, O'BRIEN & BELT. Inc.,
?e29-tf 1220 Q St. n.W.
Jli RENT?
THE KENESAW,
16th and Irving sts. n.W.
New, high-class apartment house; fireproof; Inside
finish, oak and mahogaoy.
Street frontage on all side*.
Apartments range from 1 room and bath to 10
rooms and 2 baths.
Excellent cafe and dining room.
Only Inspection will reveal the advantage* of
the Kenesaw.
Office at the Kenesaw open 7 a.m. until 10
p.m. T. A. IIARDINO,
se2'.> tf 1816 G St. c.w
OR BEST?BEAOTIFPL 4 ROOM. ALSO 2 AND
B room and bath apartments In the Ooywood,
near the cor. 13tb and L sts. n.w.. close to
Franklin l'srk; central location; first-class la
every respect. H. L. RUST, 808 14th at.
se2t> tf.5
OH REST-IN "THE ONONDAGA," 5-BOOMami-bath
apartment; a.ro.l.; deep front lawn and
private back porch; janitor aerrlce; heat and
cot water Included In rent. Apply to GEOBQB
TRCESDEIjL, 22 Wyatt building. ?e2S-tf
OB RENT-THE PHILLIPS CO.. S30~JOHJI
Marshall place <4% ?t. n.w.); Main 4*87.
APARTMENTS.
128 B ?w, Sr. b..$30.00 330 4H nw, 2 offices.
136 B aw. 6r, b.. .83.0011443 X Cap. 6rAb. 16.55
oc? tf
46 H ST. N.E.. 4 BOOMS AND BATH; <10.00.
244*4 12th >t. a.e., 5 rooms and bath, concrete
cellar: $25.50. DEEBLE k CO., 1404 U at.B.w.
ae82-tf
Leojkt e-BooM apt.: all ootsiph bnu.
Mid T*ry tarsal ntah cell In#; larga hall, elojata,
balcony; aouthweat exposure. aim cm %
nob, and bath.
Awlf to Uui(tr, Ik* Concord. ttll-H 1
APABTMENTS TO LET.
THE IMPERIAL APARTMENT. 18TH AND CO
lumbla road; overlooks entire city and Rock Creek
Park; have only 2 ot the moat desirable apartments
left, southwest corner front. One 5-room
and reception hall, (55; one 3-room and reception
hall, 135. Apply to Manager, In bulldlnc, or to
HUGH J. PHILLIPS CO., Agent!.. 619 14th at.
oc3-tf
THE BERKSHIRE.
1412 Chapln at. n.w.
5 room* and bath $20.00 and *22.BO
4 rooms anl bath $35.00
6 rooms r.nl bath $40.00 and $45.00
Every modern convenience; elevator; telephone
In each ararlment. myl2-tf
FOR RENT?APARTMENTS?
THE AUGUSTA. N. and N. J. avea. n-w.?
6 and 4 room* and bath $32.50 and $25,00
THE HAWTHORNE. 1627 I St. n.w.?
A ? L. au ?!?? KA ..4 ton AA
* I wIlIB BI1U UUU fJW.W
THE EMERY. 1812 G ?t. n.w.0
rooms and bath (35.00
THE GARFIELD, 13th and I *ts. n.w?
5 rooms and bath $37.00
THE COLONIAL, 30th and N sts. n.w.?
6 rooms and bath $23.60 to $31.60
au31-tf WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F at. n.w.
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING MADE IN
"THE MASSACHUSETTS."
An unusually choirs and convenient location.
A thoroughly up-to-date building; steam beat: firstfloor
hall finished In marble; electric elevator; ALL
apartments face on stre?t.
6 and 6 rooms and bath, |50 and >66 each.
"THE HAMPTON,"
_ 1740 18th Street.
An attractive building, well located, 4 and
rooms each; prices, $30. *33, $37.60. $42.60. $46.
$47.60 each.
THE EDNOR." "THE CHARLOTTE," "THB
THEARLE,"
P Street
Near 21st, an attractive location?near Dnpont
Circle and on the Wash, and Electric railway; B
?nd 6 rooms and bath each; each apartment exends
from front to rear; back porches; steam
heat; janitor service, etc.; $37.90 and $42.60,
Twelve (12) rented.
--1-MEi WHjBUKI."
Corner 14th and Harvard Street*.
Handsome 4-story building; 5 and 6 rooms each;
prices, $42.50, $45. $47.50 and $50 each.
Only two n part men ts left In
''THE NANSEMOND."
Corner of 22d and N Streeta.
An attractive large building: desirable apartments
of 4 and 6 rooms; steam beat; prices, $28
and $29 eacb.
"THE CHELTENHAM."
"THE MELWOOD," "THE VERNON,"
U Street Between 17tb and 18th Streeta.
Choice apartments of 0 and 6 rooms and bath;
ateam beat; op to date; $87 SO and $42.60 each.
"THE MARION."
Comer 20th and H Streeta.
Near Pa. ave.; ?ery convenient location.
Apartments of 4 and If rooms and bath; $38.
(37.60 and $40.
MOORE & HILL (INC.), 717 14TH ST.
se28-tf
THE CECIL. J5TH AND L N.W.-ONE OF OUR
best 5-room apartment* for rent) bright, cheatful;
facing street. Aloo three-room apartment.
Apply at the Cecil. se27-tf
?OR KENTSPECIAL!
SPECIAL!
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENT.
Rarely do HIGH-CLASS apartmemt bnlldtnfts
offer such low rates, together with a MONTH'S
RENT FREE. The "MELTON," 4th and NEW
YORK AVE N.W., and The !LEUMAS." VERMONT.
AVE, 12TH AND R ST8. N.W.; mostly
ontslde apartments, 12tli, Q and R ata. n.w.;
prices only 125.50 to $40.50.
One Month's Rent Free.
BLUNDON, O'BRIEN & BELT One.),
gel5-9n.tu.th.tf 1220 Q ?t. n.w.
FOR RENT?HAMMOND COURT.
80th and Q It*, n.w.
Attractive apartment. All outside room*.
Large Lawns. Fountain.
Each apartment has a private plana. On*
square from car line. Janitor on premises.
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
anlO-tf -
BEAUTIFUL 9 ROOM CORNER APT.; ALL OUTslde
rooms and very large; southeast exposures
3d floor; large balcony; just vacated by army officer,
ordi-reu awav. Apply to Manager. The Con- ,
cord. New Hampshire ave. and 17th St. au!8-tf
SEVERAL DESIRABLE NON-HOUSEKEEPING
apartments In the Severn building. 1510 B at.;
hot-water beat: Janitor service. etc.
MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14th at. n.w.
JylO-tu,th.sa,tf
APARTMENT HOTELS.
THE CAIRO.
Farther extensive Improvement* bar* been
made during the past summer, making Ths
Cairo absolutely the finest apartments In Washington.
Inspect our apartments from one room
and batb up. Furnished and unfurnished. Finest
public dining room In the city. Hotel service.
ael(S-tf WM. CAXTO. Mgr.
LEGAL NOTICES" ==
4 l?n*s It- flOo 3t *1 20. 1 irk .?2 K4. 1 mn. fT HI
A. LEFTWICH SINCLAIR, ATTORNEY.?FILED
October 22. 1906.?In the Supreme Court of the D!?trlct
of Columbia, holding a Special Term as a
District Court of tne United States for the District
of Columbia.?In the matter of the payment of
damages resulting to adjacent property from
changes in the grade of streets, avenues and alleys
authorized by the act of Congress approved February
12, 1901, relative to the elimination of grade
crossings on the line of the Baltimore and Potomac
Railroad Company In the District of Columbia.?
District Court No. 671.?Notice Is hereby given
ttiat we, the undesigned, having been designated
and appointed bv the Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia, holding a special term as a
United States District Court for the District of
Columbia, as a commission to appraise the damages
resulting to adjacent property from changes
or the grades of streets, avenues and alleys authorized
by the act of Congress approved February 12,
1901, relative to the elimination of grade crossings
on the lina of the Baltimore and Fotomtfc Railroad
Company in the District of Columbia, will meet at
10:30 o'clock a.m. on Friday, the 30th day of November,
A. D. 1906, at the United Stales Court
House (City Hall), in 6aid District, In a room to
be assigned us by the United States marshal for
said District, for the purpose of viewing the property
affected by the cnanges In the grades or the
following named streets, and hearing testimony
touching the damages resulting to real property
from said changes of grades, pursuant to the terms
and provisions of an act of Congress approved June
1:9, 190#, entitled "An act to provide for payment
of damages on account of changes of grade oue to
the elimination of grade crossings on the line of
the Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington Railroad
Company, to wit: I street s.e. between 6th
street and \ lrglnla avenue; I street s.e. between
6th and 7th streets; K street s.e. between 6th and
7th streets; K street s.e. between 7th street and
Virginia avenue; Cth street s.e. between G and I
streets; 6th street s.e. between Virginia avenne
and K street; Virginia avenue s.e. between Dth
and 6th streets; Virginia avenue s.e. between 6th
and 7th streets: Virginia avenue s.e. between 7th
and 8th streets; Virginia avenue s.e. between 2d
and 3d streets; H street s.e. between 1st and 2d
streets. All owners of real property damaged by
the changes In the grades of said streets will file
a petition wilth us. In this cause, signed and sworn
to. for an allowance of damages within twelve
months after the said 30th day of November, A. D.
1006. The aforesaid act of Congress approved June
20, 1006. provides that upon the failure of any
such owner to thug present his claim, within said
period, his right to do so shalj cease and determine.
CHARLES A. BAKER, GEORGE W. MOSS,
GEORGE SPRAXSY, Commission to Apiiralse Damages.
(Seal.) A true copy?Test: J. R. YOUNG,
Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM, Asst. Clerk.
oc23-80t,eSu
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Columbia,
holding a Probate Court.?No. 13863, administration.?This
Is to give notice: Tlrat the
anltanrlher nf the ?tntn of Mlrhlfiran. hnn nhtnlnen
from tlie Probata Court of the LMstrlct of Columbia
ancillary letters of administration on the estate of
Henry W. Seymour, late of Sault Ste. Maria, Michigan,
deceased. All persons having claims against
the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
eame, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscriber, on or before the 20th day
of August, A. D. 1807; otherwise they may by law
bo excluded from all benefit of saJd estate. Given
under my hand this 22d day of October, 1906.
HARRIET O. SEYMOUR. 1917 Kalorama road.
(Seal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER, Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the
Probate Court. WILLIAM K. QUINTER,
WORTHINGTON, HEALD & FRAILEY, Attorneys.
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SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Columbia,
holding a Probate Court.?No. 18500, administration.?^This
Is to give notice: That the
subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of
Columbia Setters of administration c.t.a. on the
estate of George A. Bartlett, late of the District
of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims
aam in?t tli* (Iftppnaod nrA horphr wurnpfl to Pihihlt
the same, with the voucCers thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscriber, on or before the
15th day of October, A. I). 1907: otherwise they
may by law be excluded from all benefit of said
estate, (liven under my hand this lfith day of
October. 1800. IIOSEA B. MOULTO.V. Washington
I.oan and Trust blilg. JACOB H. LICHLlTEIt. 410
6th ?t. n.w. <Sea,l.) Attest! JAMES TANNER,
Register of Wills for the District of Columbia,
Clerk of the Probate Court. H. B. MOULTON
AND J. n. LICHLITKR, Attorneys. QCl0-law3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Columbia.
holding a Trobate Court.?No. 13.960, administration.?This
Is to give notice: That the
subscriber, of the District of Columbia, hns obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of
Columbia letters of administration on the estate
of Adam Stenhotwe, late of the District of Columbia,
deceased. All persons having claims against
I the decessed are hereby war.ie<! to exhibit the
Mine, with the Touchers thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscriber, oil or before the 16th day
of October, A. D. 1907; otherwise they may by law
be excluded from all benefit of raid estate. Given
under niy hand this 15th day of October, 1906.
W GWYN'N GARDINER, Fendall bldg. (Seal.)
Attest; JAMES TANNER, Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
Court. W. GWYN'N GARDINER, Attorney.
oc!6-law3t
"auction sales.
FUTtrtlE DATS.
AUCTION SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGF.S.
We will sell at public auction, at STEINEM
BROS.' LOAN OFFICE, 1282 PAL AVE. N.W.,
FRIDAY. OCTOBER TWENTY-SIX^H, 1906. TEN
O'CLOCK A.M., all pledges on which la due one
year's Interest or more, consisting of Gold. 8ilr?r
and Metal Watches. Diamonds, pings, Earriuu*,
Pins and numerous other Diamond Jewelry, Plain
and Set Rings, Chains, Opera Glasses. Pistols aud
all kinds of Jewelry. Sal* to continue until all
Intfl a rc baM
Solders or our tickets please take
NOTICE.
8TEINEU BROS.. Pawnbroker*.
walter b. williams * co., aucusomi*.
- - _
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
EXECUTORS' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. NO. 1118 NEW HAMPSHIRE
AVENUE NORTHWEST.
By virtue of authority Jn me Tested by the last
will of Mary Jane Thumlert. deceased, and the
codicil thereto, the undersigned will sell, at public
auction, ill front of the premises, on TUESDAY,
THE TWENTY-THIRDJ>AY OF OCTOBER A.D,
1000, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., aU of lot ?2 and
nnrt of lot 10 in Duncanson's subdivision of lota
In square 71 In tl|e city of ^VashiDgton, D. C., as
per plat In Ijber 13. tolto 188, of the office of the
surveyor of eat<J district, said pirt or lot 10
lielng contained within the following metes and
bounds: Beginning for the same at a point on the
dividing line between said lots 10 and 22, eight
feet sooth from the north line of said lota, and
running thence south along said ulridlng line to
the south line of said lots, thence west two feet
along said south llfie of lot 10. thence north In a
line parallel to said dividing line eight feet and
four inches, and tbe'fice in a northeasterly direction
to said dhlding line and place of beginning, together
with the Improvements, consisting of a
modern brick dwelling. No. 1118 New Hampshire
avenue northwest.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid In cash, and the balance in two equal
installments, payable In one and two years, with
Interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semiannually,
from day of sale, secured by deed of
trust upon the property sold, or all ea?b, at the
option Of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 will
oe requireu ox me iiuuuuBri at iuc nmc ui mr.
All conveyancing, recording and notarial fee* at
tbe coat of the purchaser. Terms of sale to b?
complied with within fifteen days front day of
sale, otherwise the property will be resold at tb?
risk and coat of the defaulting purchaser, after
fire daja' advertisement of such resale in The
Evening Star, a newspaper published in the city of
Washington, D. C.
ENOCH L. WHITE, Executor,
ocll-dAda.ciSu Pacific building.
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
PEREMPTORY SALE BY AUCTION OF TWO
NEARLY NEW TWO-BTORY BAY-WINDOW
SIX-ROOM AND BATH BRICK DWELLINGS,
NOS. 8148 AND 3160 "Q" STREET NORTH*
WEST, TO CLOSE A SYNDICATE.
By virtue of authority vested In ua by all partlei
In Intereat, being a syndicate who are closing their
holdings, we will aell at public auction In front of
the premises on TUESDAY OCTOBER TWENEY-THIRD,
1908, AT HALF-PAST FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M., lota 48 and 49, In square 1270
(Georgetown), improved aa above..
Terms will be announced at time of aale. A deposit
of $100 will be required on each house upon
acceptance of bid. Conveyancing, etc., at purchaser's
coat. Terms to be complied with within
15 daya or deposit forfeited. Theae houses are in
good condition and are rented at $82.00, and ahould
command tbe attention of homeseekers or Investor*.
i iiv/o. uniin cc oui\ aqcu.,
oclO-dAds.cSu 018 F st. n.w.
FUTURE PAYS.
ADAM A. WESC.HLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
COMPRISING TWENTY UNFINISHED
HOUSES ON KILBOURNE PLACE BETWEEN
17TH AND 18TH STREETS NORTHWEST.
By Tlrtoa of twenty-one certain deeds of trust
duly recorded in Liber 2988, (olio* 317, 321, 824,
827, 831, 334, 387, 841, 344, 847, 851, 3S4, 358,
361, 864, 308, 371. 374. 377, 381 and 88* ft seq.,
of tne land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the parties secured thereby,
we, the undersigned trustees, will sell separately,
at public auction, In front of the premises, on
THURSDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER,
A. D. 1900, COMMENCING AT FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M., the following described land and premises,
situate In the couuty of Washington, In the Dls
irici ui V'Utuniuia, anu uesignaieu us aim ueuig iuis
numbered ninety (00) to one hundred and nine
(100), both Inclusive, In Harry T. Jones' subdivision
of lots in block numbered fourteen (14), of Heman
D. Walbrldge's subdivision of "Ingleslde," as said
Jones' subdivision Is duly recorded In liber county
20, folio 143, of the records of the surveyor's office
of the District of Columbia, together with the Improvements
thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the pnrcbase money
to be paid In cash, and the balance In two equal
Installments, payable In one and two year*, with
Interest at five per centum per annum, payable
semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 on
each lot will be required of the purchaser at the
time of sale. All conveyancing, recording and
notorial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms
of sale to be compiled with within fifteen days
from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement of such resale In some newspaper
published In the city of Washington, J3.
UllAKKRWIS "i>. HUBKM,
GEO. W. F. SWARTZELL,
Trustees,
ocl8-d&dsexSn 916 F st. n.w.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE NO. 1332 W STREET NORTHWEST.
IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON AND
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia passed In equity cauRe No.
25834, we, the undersigned trustees, will sell at
6uhllc auction In front of the premises on MONAY.
THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF OCTOBER,
A. D. 1906. AT HALF-PAST FOUR OCLOCK
P.M., the following described land and premises,
situate In the city of Washington. In the District
of Columbia, and designated as and being lot numbered
one hundred and flfty-one (151), In W. W.
McCuliough's subdivision of lots in square numbered
two hundred and thlrty-flve (235). The lmnrnv(>iTi(>ntfl
cnnainf nf n thr?M?-otnpu rn-lnlr
, ?- ? <.? "IV. ^ IIU uvuoc ouu
cellar.
Terms of gale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid tn cash anil the balance In two equal
Installments, payable In one and two years, with
Interest at six per centum per annum, payable
semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by a
deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200
will be required of the purchaser at the time of
sale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial
fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale
to be complied with within fifteen days from da;
of sale.
JNO. E. McNALLY, Stewart building.
H. L. RUST. 008 14th n.w.
THOS. J. OWEN' & SOX. Aucts. oc!6 d&ds.eSo
TDOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a power of sale contained In a deed
of trust, given by George W. Adams to Marion
Duckett and Elbert Dent, trustees, dated February
2. 1904. and recorded February 3, 1904, In Liber
No. 2794. at folio 201 et seq.. one of tbe land records
for the District of Columbia, default baring
been made in the payment of the Indebtedness
therein set forth, the undersigned surviving trustee
will sell, at public auction, on the premises, on
MONDAY. OCTOBER TWENTY-NINTH, 1806. AT
THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. all the land described In
said deed of trust, being a part of original lot No.
26, in square numbered 5o2 of Washington city
I). C, beginning at a point on the south side of Q
street N. 20 feet B. of the northwest corner of stla
lot, thence east along said line of Q street 20
feet, thence south 105 feet, thence west 20 feet,
and thence north 103 feet to tbe beginning, iml
proved by a small frame dwelling No. 120 O street
northwest.
Terms of sale, cash; J100 deposit required at the
time of sale. Conveyancing at the cost of the
purchaser.
MARION DUCKETT, Surviving Trustee,
635 F st. n.w..
ocl6-d&dbs.eSn Washington, D. 0.
EXECUTORS' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL BSTATE
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY IN FAIRFAX
COUNTY, VA.
The undernlgned executors of the estate of Henry
Murray, deceased, will sell, commercing on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER TWENTY-FIFTH, 1006,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M., at the late residence
of said Murtny, one mile east of Dranesvllle, Fairfax
county, V*. (about four miles from town of
Herndon and P.Vi miles from terminus of Great
Falls and Old Dominion R. It.):
1.?A tract of 10<Hi acres (SO acres in timber and
residue cleared anil In good cultivation), improved
hv new. well-built frame dwelling, 8 rooms, bath
room and pantry, and all modern improvements: a
new 4-room tenant bouse, new barn and other bulidff?An
unusually larre lot of personal property,
consisting of household and kitchen furniture,
farming Implements, gasoline engine on truck, buggies,
wagons, grapbopbones, guns, photographic
outfit, horses, cows, sheep and a great variety of
articles too numerous to specify In detail.
B. I\ SAUL,
7th and L ?ts. n.w.,
PATRICK SMYTH,
101 D St. s.w.,
Executors.
NOTE.?Persons going from Washington should
get off train at Herndon (on Bluemont Branch,
Southern Railway), where there are ample livery
accommodations. oc!8-7t
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF UNIMPROVED LOT.
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded In Liber
No. 2898, folio 404, et seq., of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at tbe request
of the party secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction, in front of
the premises, on THURSDAY, THE TWENTYFIFTH
DAY OF OCTOBER, A. D. 1006. AT
HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., the following-described
land and premises, situate 1b the
County of Washington, In the District of Columbia:
T mtvtiKAea/1 frtrt ?* /4A\ In U.U'. anMUIaLm
uuuimivu 1J \^v/, iu uan o OUUUJI imuii|
Hamilton Road (now known as "The Ridge").
Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $60 required
at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording,
Ac., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to
be complied with In fifteen days.
adam a. weschleb,
samuel m. marks,
oclS-d&ds.eSu Trustees.
MARCUS NOTES. AUCTIONEER.
EXECUTOR AND TRUSfEfe'S SALE OF IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE, EELVQ TWO (2)
BRICK DWELLINGS, KNOWN AS NOS. 601
AND 008 K STREET SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of the authority vested in him, as executor
and trustee under tne last will ana testament
of John Fisher, deceased, the undersigned
will offer for sale, at publlo auction, In front of
the premises, on MONDAY, THE TWENTY-NINTH
DAY OF OOTOBER. AT HALF-PAST FOUR
UUIAJU&. I' M., the following described real estate:
The we?t part of lot numbered nine (9) In square
numbered four hundred and ninety-nine (499), beginning
for the same on K street south seventy-Ore
(TB) feet east from the southwest corner of eald
square, and running thence east twenty-fire (25)
feet; thence north slity-scven (67) feet; thence
west twenty-fire (31) feet, and thence south slxtyseren
(67) feet to the place of beginning.
Terms of sale: One-third (%) of purchase price
in cash, balance In two equal Installments, parable
In one and two years from date of aade, with Interest
at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
secured by deed of trust on the property
Slid, or all caih, at the option of the purchaser.
.11 conTeyanctng, recording and notarial fees at
the cost of the purchaser. A deposit of two hundred
dnlfars will Iw PMinlmt nf the time of
Bile. Term* of sale must be complied with within
fifteen (IB) days from date of sale, otherwise the
undersigned reserves the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of the defaulting parchaser.
LEON TOBRIXBR. Executor and Trustee.
817-818 John Marshall place n.w., Washington, D.C.
> eclT-dftds.eSu
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW! - .
New Furnishings S?
Exclusively. ?
MANUFACTURERS' !i
ik.Yir***r ?y A HA TT>?tt -* fl:
ffl 11 cw a^vmriL.iC fi;
| FURNITURE 1
AT AUCTION I
i ^Wednesday, 110:30 A. M. si
Beautiful New Furniture in si
: | fine cabinet woods for every a;
I room in the home. >
Dressers. Chiffoniers, Toilet, Par- 5'
lor and Library Tables, Hall Racks, *
Buffets, China Closets, Sideboards, ?
Dining Chairs, Parlor Suites and 5
Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Davenport 3
Beds, Chiffonier-Wardrobes, Cabi- ?
nets, Mirrors, Music Cabinets, Mis- *5
sion Chairs and Tables. Heavy Brass 3
Beds, Springs, Mattresses, etc. g
1 Furnish your home here. 3
SPECIAL SALE OF NEW RUGS FRIDAY 8
AT 10:30 /..M. ON- VIEW THURSDAY. 8
Nothing misrepresented. Visitors 0
always welcome. 8
Wilson <& Mayers, 5?
OC22-2UB6 AUCTIONEERS. 8 .
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
EXECUTORS' SALE TO CLOSE AN ESTATE OF
the two-story, 7-room brick dwelling. No. 1114 19th
It. n.w., and the two-story frame dwelling. No.
1726 Vermont ave. n.w.?By virtue of authority
vested lo ua by an order of the Supreme <V>urt
of the Dlatrtct of Columbia, pn?seil on October 11,
BULUiUlBirilUID UHCICl, no. II executon
of the estate of Charles White, deceased, we
will tell at public auction In front of the respecUve
premises on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
TWENTY-FOURTH. 1906. AT HALF-PAST FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M., Miblot 46 !n square 117, Improved
by a two-story, 7-room brick dwelling; and Immediately
thereafter sublot 17 In square 807, Improved
by a two-story frame dwelling, No. 1720
Vermont ave. n.w.
Terms of sale: All cash, of which a deposit of
$200 will be required on each house at time of
sale. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at c?st of
purchasers; terms of sale to bis compiled with in
fifteen days or deposit forfeited.
CHARLES WHITE, Jr.,
JANE M. WHITE,
JBKNIE W. FUGITT,
Executors estate Ciiarlea White, deceased.
ocl3-d*da-.efNs
BROWN * TOLSey. AUCTIONEERS, 140* H ST.
Public Sale of Quartermasters' Supnlipc
Orr1nanr#>
WEDNESDAY, October 24, 1906)
12 M.,
At the National Guard Armory,
CENTER MARKET BUILDING,
Washington, D. C.
By order of E. H. XEUMEYBR,
Major and Acting Q. M. General, D. C. Militia.
Goods can be aeen on and after the 22d. Terras,
cash. oc20-s,m,tu-20
C. G. SLOAN ft CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST.
TO CLOSE AX ESTATE-VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
PROPERTY AT THE CORNER OP
30TH AND K STS. (NEAR THE MARKET),
AT Pt/BLJC AUCTION.
By order of the parties Interested, we will sell,
at nnbllc auction. In front of the nremlses. on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER TWENTY-FOURTH,
1806, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., lota
24 and 25. In block 78, fronting 83' 8" on K st. and
45 feet on 20th at.
This property la Id a rapidly Improving aectlon,
on a great thoroughfare. In close proximity to the
market, and should command the attention of investors
and speculators.
Terms will oe announced at sale, when a deposit
of $200 will be required.
oclS-dta C. Q. SLOAN & CO.. Anctt.
ADAM A. WESCOLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF TWO STORY AND A'lTIO
BRICK DWELLING, NO. 217 8TH STREET
SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
In Liber No. 2280, folio 157 et seq., of the
land records of the District of Colombia, and at
the request of the party secured thereby, we the
undersigned trustees, will sell, at public auction,
in front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE
SIXTEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER A. D. 1906. AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following
described land and premises, situate in the
/ It- nf Washington in trie nistrlpt of rVilumhfa
and designated as and being lot numbered fortyfour
(44) In Abram F. Barber's subdivision of lots
In square numbered three hundred and eighty-three
(383), as per plat In Book 12, page 84. in the surveyor's
office of said District, together with tua
improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, and tb? balance in two equal
installments, payable in one and two years, with
interest at six per centum per annum, payabls
semi-annually, from day of sale, securea by deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200.00
will be required of tbe purchaser at the time of
sale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial
fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms'of sale
to be complied with witnln fifteen days from day
of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve tbe right
to resell the property at the risk and cost of tbe
defaulting purcbaser, after five days' advertisement
of such resale in some newspaper published
in the city of Washington, D. C.
WIT.r.IA\f t onnnnv
SAMUEL CROSS,
oc3-d&da,eSo TruiteM.
C7"THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED. ON Account
of the rain, until SATURDAY, OCTOBEB
TWENTIETH, 1806, at the same boar and place.
WILLIAM A. GORDON,
SAMUEL CROSS,
ocl7-d&da Trustee!.
tETTHE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER POSTponed
on account of the rain until WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBEB TWENTY-FOURTH, 1800, at the same
hour and place. By order of the trustees.
oc22-dAda
THOS. J. OWEN 4 SON AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE S SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. BEING LOTS 1. 2 AND 3,
BLOCK 16, WESLEY HEIGHTS.
By \irtue of "a "certain deed of trust duly recorded
in Liber No. 1880, folio 404 et seq., of the
land records of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned
surviving trustee will sell at public auction
in front of the premises on FRIDAY, THE
NINETEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER, A.D. 1000, AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK. P.M., the following
dpflrrlliftd lund and urotnlsoa cltnafo In tha pnnntv !
of Washington. District of Columbia, and designated
as and being lots 1, 2 and 3 (one, two and
three), In block 10, in J. F. Waggauian's subdivision
of parts of a tract of land known as Alliance,
and now called Wesley Heights, as per plat
recorded In Liber County No. T^page 117.
Terms of sale; .One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, balance in two equal installments,
payable in one and two years, with interest
at 5 per centum per annum, payable semi-annually,
from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon
the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the
piu'chaser. A deposit of $50 will l>e required on
each lot. at tlaie of sale. All conveyancing, recording.
etc., at cost of purcheser. Terms of sale
to be complied with within fifteen days from day
of sale, otherwise the surviving trustee reserves
the right to resell tlie property at tlie risk and
cost or defaulting purchaser, after five daj-B' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper published
In Washington, D. C.
W. E. BL'RFORD, Surviving Trustee.
oe8-ata.eSn
The above sale Is postponed on account of the
weather until WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER TWENTY-FOL'RTH.
1006. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
within the office of Tlios. J. Owen & Son, 913 F
st. n.w.. by order of the surviving trustee.
OC20.23 - -
FUTURE DAI'S.
THOMAS J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
PROPERTY, BEING LOTS 4 AND S. SQUARE
704. AND LOCATED AT THIRD STREET. K
STREET AND SOUTH CAROLINA AVENUE
SOUTHEAST.
By Tlrtue of the authority vested In me under
the will of John M. Young, deceased. I will offer
for sale in front of the premises on FRIDAY, THE
TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OP OCTOBER, 1906, AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following
described property, situate In the city of Wellington.
District of Co'.umbia, and being to wit.
original lots 4 and 5, in square 704, said lots being
unimproved.
Terms of sale: One-third cash and the balance
In one and two years, with Interest at five (5)
per cent per annum on the deferred payments from
Say of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the
property sold, or all cash at purchaser's option.
Terms of snle to be complied with within fifteen
(16) days, otherwise the trustee reserves the right
to resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting
nnrchaaer. All convevnncinir. recording and no
tarlal fees at the cost of the purchaser. A deposit
of $200 will be required at the time of sale.
""? JOB BARNARD.
oclB-eod&da Surviving Trnatee.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE~ OF 2-STORY FRAME
- HOUSE. NO. 1734 L, ST. N.W.
By Tlrtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
tbe District of Columbia, passed In probate cause
No. 18186, the undersigned administrator will sell
at public auction In front of tbe premises on
MONDAY, THB TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF OCTOBER,
A.D. 1906, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M., tbe following described land and premises,
situate in tbe city of Washington, in the District
of Columbia, and designated as and being the east
one-balf of lot numbered twenty <20) in square
numbered one hundred and sixty-three (163), together
with tbe Improvements, rights, etc.
Term* of sale: Cash. A deposit of $100 will be
MnnlMfl nf thn nnr/>Vi? cot" of fna I ma nf cala All
conveyancing, record!us and notarial feea at the
cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied
with within 30 day* from day of sale, otherwise
the administrator reserves the right to resell
the property at Uie risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after fire days' advertisement of
such resale In some newspaper published la the
city of Washington. D. 0.
WILLIAM A. FOT. Administrator.
ocM-dMa.eSu Columbian building.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAT?. \
' ADAM A. WE8GHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Trustee's ?a!e of 100
Yatuqble Lots in "The
American University J
Heights" by Auction. ?
Br Tirtne of certain deed of truat, duly re
corded la liber 2900. at folio 1 et eeq. of the land j,
recorda for the District of Columbia, and at tba x
request of tbe party aecured thereby, the under- ,
igneil truatee will ull by public auction In front .
of tbe reapectlre lota, on FRIDAY, THE NINE- ?
TEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER. A D. 1900. COM- ?
MEXCIXa AT TWO OCLOCK P.M.. the fotlowinc P.
geecnoed real estate altuate lo the county of
Washington. Dlatrlct of Columbia, and kno^n and ,
dlatlngulahed aa and being thoee lota and blocka In V
George H. Corey and Ju-n D. Croissant trusteed
subdivision of certain lota and parcels of laud now .
known aa "1116 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY J'
HEIGHTS," at per plat of aatd aubdlTlslon ra- V
corded In book No. 0 (county aubdlvlslnn), pare 98. 1
of the aurveyor's office of the District of Coium- *
bla, and more particularly deacrihed a* lota numbere<l
fix (6), seven (T). eight (8), nine (8). ten "
(10), eleven (11) and twelve (18). In block num- ^
be red two (2>| lota numbered nine (9). ten (10),
eleven (11). twelve (12), thirteen (13) twenty-live
(28). twenty-?lx (26), forty-three (43). forty-four f
( 4), forty-five (48) and forty-six (46), In block *
numbered three (3); lota numbered twenty-alx (28). 1
twenty-aeven (27) twenty-eight (2S) and twenty- "
nine (29), In block numbered eight (8); lota num- *
bered 8ve (5). alx (6), aeven (It. eight (8). nine V
(8), foArteen (14), twenty-three (28> and twenty,
fonr (24), In block numbered nine (9); -lota numbered
two (8). three (3), four (4). Ave (8). alx (8).
even (7). eight (6). thirty-four (34). thlrty-flve ~
(88), tblrty-alx (8fl), thlrty-aeven (37) and thirtyeight
(88), In block numbered ten (10): lota num- bered
twenty-three (23), twenty-four (24). twentyfive
(28), twenty-alx (26). twenty-aeven (27), twenty-eight
(28). twenty-nine (29) and thirty (30). In
block numbered eleven (11): lota numbered two .
(2), three (3). four (4), Ave (8). alx 16), acven (7), f'
eight (8). nine (ft) ten no) fftrt?-eT?ht /Aft) frti-tv- 11
Din* (48). fifty (BO) and fifty one (51). In block r|
numbered twelve (IS); lot? numbered one (1), *'
thirteen (18), fourteen (14). fifteen (15). slfteeB
(16), seventeen (l7). twenty-el* (26). twenty-seven JJ
(27), twenty-eight (28) lind twenty-nine (29). In ?
block numbered sixteen (16): lot* numbered twenty- P1
?1* (26). twenty-seven (27). twenty-eleht (28), ?
thirty (30), thirty-one (31). llrty-two (32). thirty- P'
three (33). tbirty-el*ht (88). forty (40). forty-one tl
(41) and forty-two (42). In block numbered seven- tt
teefi (17); lot* nombered nine (9). ten (10). fifteen tl
U?k Sliteej (16K nineteen^ (19) Jtwenty (20V twen- | tl
V"'*' imi riiu i'iniit 1'mii in ni'K'ft 11 mil- i"
bered eighteen (18); lot, numbered one (1> and six
(6), In block numbered twenty-one (211: lot* num- tc
bered sixteen (10). seventeen (17>. eighteen (18). n:
twenty-fire (25), twenty-six (26) and twenty-aeveo at
(27*. In block numbered twenty-two (22). fr
Terms of sale cash. A deposit of 12.1.00 on each tt
lot required at the time of sale. T>-rms of sale to pi
be compiled with in fifteen days from day of sale, tl
otherwise the trustee reserves the right to resell ci
the property at the risk and cost of the default- w
Ing purchaser, after fire days' advertisement of w
uch resale In some newspaper published In Waah- pi
lngton, D. C All conveyancing and recording at cl
purchaser's coat. aa
HENRY r. WOODAHD. Trustee. D
0c6-dAdbs,e8u 11th mmI F streets northwest* T
rTTHE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED ON ACeount
of the Inclement weather until SATURDAY. ?
OrTOBER TWRNTY-SKVKNTH. 1IKW1 r-nmmencW
at the same hour. In front of the respective premises.
HENRY F. WOODARD, Trustee. A
oclS-d&dbs.eSu
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
PAWNBROKER S SALE. ?<
1 will sell at the auction salesrooms of Wslter **
B. Williams & Co., corner 10th and Pa. are. n.w., D
on THURSDAY. OCTOBER TWENTY FIFTH. F
COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK A M., and con- '
tlsulnf dally at the same hour nntil entire stock ?
Is dlDDOsed of. all unredeemed clothfnz on which la b<
due on* year'a Interest or more. HoideTi of tick- d:
ets pleas* take notice. t!
Terma caab. 8. BUEN8TINB, Broker. a:
WALTER B. WILLIAMS * CO.. Aucta. n
ocl9-7t ?<
ra0sT7~0WExir80?r~IcCTiT^l!rFOTrN^W? l!
TRUSTEES' SAI.E OF AN UNDIVIDED ONE- t<
HAI.F INTEREST IX VALUABLE REAL ES- ?1
TATE IN THE COUNTY OP WASHINGTON, ol
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded P1
io Liber 2519. folio 176 et seq., of the land records P<
of the District of Columbia, and at the written b;
request of the holder and owner of the note se- tl
cured thereby, we, the undersigned, substituted re
trustees, under Equity Cause No. 25307 of the et
Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, will tx
ell, at public auction, in front of the premises. si
on MONDAY. THE TWENTY-SECOND DAY OK ri
OCTOBER, 1606, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. an ie
undivided one-half part of the following described
land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia,
known and distinguished and described as ~
follows: Lot number thirteen (13), In the subdivision
of William Hickey's heirs of land called T
"Greenvale," as the same is recorded In the office
of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, in
Liber District No. 1, folio 69. Beginning at the
southeast corner of lot numbered twelve (12) and
running thence south thirty-six and one-half (36%) ^
degrees east thirty-eight (38) perchcs; thence j
south sixty-three (03) degrees west eighty-seven
and thirty-hundredths (87 30-100) perches to the {
first line of "Haddock Hills" In a ravine; thence p
north twenty-six and one-half (20%) degrees west
thlrtv-seven (37) perches to a corner of lot num- ?
beren twelve (12); thence north sixty-three and
one-half (63%) degrees east eighty (80) perches to
the beginning, containing, as per deed and plat,
nineteen (39) acres and two (2> roods; subject to
a deed of trust of $2,000, secured on the entire ?
Interest In said property. f.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In equal
installments In one and two years, with interest "J
at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, secured by deed of trust on undl- f.
vlded interest sold, or all cash, at the option of J
the purchaser. A deposit of two hundreu ($200)
dollars will be required; all conveyancing, re- f
cordinir Ptc.. flf oost of rwr/'hoBar Torma nt nolo K
mu?t be compiled with In twenty days from day of ?
sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to re- ?
sell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser after five days' advertisement 111
of such resale In some newspaper published In the 81
city of Washington. D. C. pl
C. CLINTON JAMES. Trustee, I"
418 5th St. n.w. w
CHARLES BENDHEIM, Trustee. ?
oelO-d&ds.eSu 478 Louisiana are. n.w.
P
ETON ACCOUNT OF TUB WEATHER THE w
above sale Is postponed until THURSDAY, OCTO- ^
BER TWENTY-FIFTH, 180U. at same time and I"
place. C. CLINTON JAMES. ?
CHARLES BENDHEIM.
oc22-<l&dg " Trustees. *
BROWN & TOLSON, AUCTIONEERS,
1409 H St. n.w.
EXECUTORS' SALE n
OF VALUABLE!MPROVED REAL ESTATE. CON- L
NISTirMlr OF THE TH1IEE-8TOKY DWELI,ING
NO. 811 21 ST STREET N.W.. CONTAIN1NG
11 ROOMS AND BATH.
Under and by virtue of the powers vested In us
by the last will of the late Philip L. Brooke, said tll
will being duly probated and letters testamentary
granted to us, we will offer for sale, at public auc- fV
tion, in front of the premises, at FOUR-THIRTY *\
P.M., ON MONDAY. THE TWENTY NINTH D.\Y "
OF OCTOBER. 1906, the north twenty-four (21) x
feet front on 21et street of ordinal lot No. twjlve u
(12) by the full depth thereof to the alley, in 8<:
square No. one hundred and one (101). J'
Terms of the sale: One-third cash and the Ml- JJ
ance in one and two years after date, with Interest, J*
payable semi-annually, at the rate of five (5) per 111
cent per annum, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. Deferred payments to be secure J on
the property by deed of trust. ai
A /tot.nel* nf titm.lfAsI .IaIIopo irtll kl 11 D<
when sold. If terms are not complied with In
fifteen (15) days the executors reserve the right to
resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur- 01
chaser. All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser.
EDWARD BROOKE, ?
MAGGIE E. FISHER, ol
GEO. W. LINK INS. - Pi
oclG-d&ds.eSu Executors.
ca
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY, lr
NO. 512 5TU STREET SOUTHEAST. af
ai
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of A'
the District of Columbia, passed In Equity Cause ci
No. 26177. the undersigned trustee will offer for ol
sale at public auction, in front of the premises, on of
THURSDAY. OCTOBER TWENTY-FIFTH, A. D. II
1009. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following de- t
scribcd real estate, situate in the city of Wash- ri
ington, District of Columbia, to wit: That part
| of lot numbered ten (10) in square numbered eight
nunurea ana roriy-six (m?;, wginnmg hi a imjjui
[ ninety (90) feet south of the northwest corner of A
aaid square and running thence south thirty (30J
feet, thence cast ninetv-two (02) feet and one (1)
Inch, thence north thirty (30) fpet and thence e=
west ninety-two (92) feet and one (1) Inch, to the
place of beginning; improved by a three story
frame dwelling known as No. 512 5th street southeast.
Terms of sale: One-third of purchase money In
cash and balance in equal installments in one and
two years, with interest from date of sale at six
per centum per annum, payable eerai-anrually, M
and secured by the notes of the purchaser and a
deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $150 ni
required at time of sale. If terms of sale are
not complied with within fifteen days from day w
of ?ale, the trustee reserves the right to resell the H
property, at risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser,
after five days* advertisement of such resale.
All conveyancing, recording and notarial fees E
at the cost of the purchaser. t,
WALTER II. MARLOW, Jr., Trustee, K
438 9th st. n.w. m
TnOS. J. OWEN & SOX. Aucts. ocl2-d&ds,eSu Ol
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. m
TRUSTEES SAI,E OF TWO-STORY FRAME G
HOUSE, NEAR 15TH STUEL. AND MORRIS or
ROAD. BARRY FARM. er
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly record- W
ed in Liber No. 2289. folio 148 et sr?q.. of the land cc
records of the District of Columbia. aud at the request
of the party secured thereby, the undersigned .
surviving trustee will sell, at public auction, in A
front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE THIIt- se
TIETII DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D. 1006. AT M
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following be
described land and premises, situate in the county of
Washington, in the District of Columbia, and b
designated as and being part of lot numbered flf- cn
'teen (15) in section numbered, two (2), "Barry m
Farm," beginning for the same at a stone the tr!
southwest bound <?f t-aid lot and running with the
dividing lino between lots fifteen (15) and sixteen
(16) south fifty-one degrees (51) forty-four minute*
(44') east two hundred and eighty and thirty- J
flve-bundredths feet (280.35') to a stnne on the west pa
Ide of 15th street southeast as extendfd; thence pi,
with the west side of said street north sixtjr- ce
three and sixty-seven-bundredths feet <63.67*) to a t
tone; thence north fifty-one decrees (51) fortyfour
minutes (44*) west two hundred and twenty- or
efe-ht and one-hundredth f??et (228.01') to the west
era line of said lot fifteen (16), and thenc? with Mid
line south fifty-two degrees (52*) forty-seren ra'lint
eg (47') wes< llfty-ono and slity-four-iiundre.1t!'? of
feet (91.64') to the beginning; containing iwelre <ja
thousand wren hundred and nine (12.709) square n.
feet. together with the Improvements thereon. J"
Tern* of tale made known at time of sale. A de- ??
posit of 1100 required at the time of sale. All m<
conveyancing, recording, etc.. at the purchaser's us
cost. Terms of sale to be complied with In fifteen . i
days.
HENRY H. BERGliAXN, re
ocl9-d&ds,e8n Surrlrlng Tl?Ml. Pr
i -J'
11 I I ' q ?
AUCTION SALES.
FVTIRE DAYS.
ADAM A. WBSCHLEhT Auctioneer. "
RI STF.F.'ft RAUC OF VAU'ABUC TMPROVSD
REAL, ESTATE <\>MrH!SINU AN ATTRAO
TIVF. DWELUXfi. KNOWN AS NO. 1606 1TTH
STREET NORTHWEST.
By rlrtuo of a ceitaln deed of troat. dulf
corded In L'ber No. 1*88. folio 481 et ?e<v, of
be land records of the District of Columbia, and
t the fequnt of the party secured tbcrebT. the
nder*l?neJ. turrlTinc trustee. will aell at pjlillo
uction. In front of the t>r*nilse?, on MOVDAT,
'HE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. P. HXXJ,
T FIVE O'li/OCK P.M.. rbe followUig-dra crllied
ind and premises, situate in the city of Washing- ,
!>n. In the l>l?rrlct of Columbia, and decimated
and belo* lot numbered one hundr^i! an<{
pventy-four (174> of T. F. Schneider's subdivision
f lots in square numbered one hundred and fiftyre
(155i, as the fame Is recorded In Ml 10.
age 80, of the records of the surveyor's office
f the District of Columbia, t<?gether with the
nprovementt, consisting of premises No. 1606
7th street northwest.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
d he paid In cash, and the balance In two equal
istallments. payable In one and two years, with
iterest at Are per centum per annum. payable
pmi annually. from day of sale, secured by deed
f trust upon the property sold, or sll cash, si
be option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200
ill be required of the purchaser at th# time of
ale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial
pes at the cost of the purchaser. Terms ?f
tie to be complied with within fifteen day#
rom day of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves
be right to resell the property at the risk nnd
i?st or the defaulting purchaser, after five days*
dvprtlaMiiAnt 1" ? ??
~ - IU vvuiv
uMtshed la the city of Washington, IV O.
OLtAU KM"B B. HIIEF.M.
Surviving trustee.
ec23-d&ds.eSn
THOS. J. OWEN St SON. AUCTIONEERS. *
RUSTEE'S SALE OF THREE FRAME rtVEITw
ING8, NOS. 212, 214 AXD 210 "C" STREET
BE.
Br virtue of ? certain d?efl of tnnt <tnW
Vrded n liber No. 2W6. folio 3M et eq.. of tha
md records of tbe District Of Columbia, and at the
Kjneit ??f the party tecum! thereby, the indcr
red trustee tclll sell at public auction. In front
the premise*, on FRIDAY. THE SECOND
AY OF NOVEMBER. 11106, AT FOUR THIRTY
'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and
remises, situate lu the city of Washington. PlsIct
of (\>]umbia, and designated as and being
art of original lot 3. In square 762. beginning for
\e same at the southwest corner of said lot,
ienoe east 63 feet 5 Inches, thence north 163 f?*et,
?ence west 4U feet 5 inches, thence south 63 feet,
lence west 14 taet, thence south 100 feet to the
winning.
Terms of 6sle: One-third of the purchase monev
? be paid lu cash, balance In two equal Installents,
payable in one and two years, with Interest
t 6 per centum per annum, payable semi annually,
om day of sale, secored by deed of trust upon
le property sold, or all cash, at the option of the
irchaser. A deposit of $100 will be required at
ine of sale. All conveyancing, recording Ac. at
*t of purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled
1th within fifteen days from day of sale. otheriBe
the trustee reserves the right to resell tha
operty at the risk and1 cost of defaulting purisSer.
after five days' advertisement of su< h r#?
Lie In some newspaper published in Washington.
. C.
HB WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST CO..
Trnifi?#
By JNO. JOT EDSOV, President. oc2&il*<l*.fS?
ADAM A. WEMHLKB, AUCTIONEER.
DMINISTRATORS SAI^E OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
HEAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO. 625
6TH STREET NORTHWEST
By virtue of the authority c<inferred upon me bj
le last will and testament of Ellen OlBrten, debased,
I Trill nell at public auction. In front of
je premise sr. on FRIDAY. THE TWENTY-SIXTH
AY OF OCTOBER. A. D. 1?00. AT HALF-PAST
OUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following d<?srril>ed lsnd
ad premises, situated In the city of Washington,
i the District of Columbia, and designated a* and
euifc ICQ norm mruij-niur HUM Br?cHij-iiuir-iiuurcdths
(24.79) fe*>t of lot numbered seven (7?. by
le full depth thereof, end the south twenty four
Qd seventy-nine-hundredths (24.79) feet of lot
umbered nine (9k by the full width thereof. In
luare numbered four hundred and eighty eight
188), Improved by valuable three-atory brick dwellTerms
of sale One-third of the purchase money
> be paid in cash, the balance In'two equal lnallments,
payable in'one and two years from day
f sale, represented by the promissory notes of tha
urchaser, bearing interest at six per cent tO&P
?r annum, payable semi-annually, and secured
F (Teed of trust on the property, or all cash, at
le purchaser'! option. A deposit of $160 will Ikj
quired at time of sale; conveyancing, recording,
Lc., at cost of purchaser, ani terms of *ale to
? complied with within fifteen days from day of
lie; otherwise the right to resell, at cost and
sk of defaulting purchaser, after due advertiselent,
is reserved.
JOSEPH ATKINS, Administrator, c. t. a.
oc23-4t 5'JH 0th st. n.w.
ADAM A. WESCHLKR, AUCTIONKER7"
Rl'STEES' SALE OF VALIAI1LE REAL ES
TATE. CONSISTING OF TWO JJWEI/.INtJ
HOl'SES. NO?v 12C<> AND U'G* 23L) STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a deeree of the Supreme Court of
le district of <*>luinbl?, Hie uii<l< rsi)fned trustee*,
i equity cause No. 20834, will pell, neparntelv nt
irhlle auction In fr..nt of the i>pcmlse?. on S VTRDAY,
NOVEMBER T1IIK1), llKHi COMMKNC?J
AT HAL.K-PAST FOIR O'CI.OCK P.M.. ;b?
fornix nrtA .1#
nivn iiifi ur.-^-i iuni laiiMs unu ^>i j 1 If? - . a i i w*
t 2U, in square 86, beginning for the sarre et
ie northeast corner of taid Jot and run; In*
lence south 20 feet, thence west 07 feet, theuce ?
>rtli 4 feet, thence east 22 feet (J inche*. thence
>rth 25 feet, theme east 74 feet ft Inches to the
ginning. And IMMEDIATELY THKREAFIRH,
le southern 25 feet on 23d street of lot 1*. in
[uare 3ft, t^eginnlng for the at the southiSt
corner of said lot. thenee north 25 feet. th?noe
est 54 feet ft Inches thence ?outh 25 feet ^nd
lence east 54 feet 0 Inches, to th? beginning, bMh
i the city of Washington, District of Cbluuibia.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase m<?u?y
be paid in cash, and the balance in two e-al
istallments, parable in one and two years is m
ly of sale, and to be represented by the r?r .msory
notes of the purchaser l?earlng interest at
le rare or o per cenium per annum, payarue seminnually,
and secured by deed of trust on the
roperty sold, or all cash, at the o?tlon of the
urchaser. A deposit of $10 > will t?e require 1 <>n
ich lot of the purchaser at time of sale. All
inveyancing, recording and notarial f**es at the
>st of the purchaser. Terms of sale to he nunlied
with in fifteen days from day of sal*, otherisc
the trustees reserve the right to resell tae
roperty at the risk and cost of the <J'faulti:;g
urchaser, after five days' advertisement of such #
?ale in The Evening Star.
MASON X. RICHARDSON',
Kendall bldg.
ALBERT SILLERS.
oc2B-d&ds.e<Su Gunton lid)?.
. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407~(F ST\
BANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE RESIDENCE)
PROPERTY IN NORTHWEST WASHINGTON.
BEING PREMISES 1208"* N STREET N.W.
AND 1S2it O STREET N.W.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
te District of Columbia, passed in equity en use
o. 26180, on the docket or said court, the underjne<i
trustees will offer for Bale at puhifc * neon
on MONDAY, THE TWENTY NINTH I?AY
F OCTOBER, 1906, AT HALF-PAST FOUR
'CLOCK P.M., part of original lot eleven (11? in
luare two hundred and eighty-one (281), beginning 0
t the northeast corner of said lot and running
lence west on N street 16 feet of an Inch;
lence south 120 feet: thence east 1?i feet % of on
cb: thence north 120 feet to the beginning: reIrving
the right to the use of a private alley thro*
I) feet wide on the west side of said property,
3d being Improved by house No. 1206% N street
jrthwesf. ?
And immediately thereafter the trustees will
Ter for sale sublot thirteen <13), In Fitch and
hern' subdivision of lots in square one hundred
d ninety-three (193). as said subdivision is redded
in liber C. H. B., folio 181). of the records
* the surveyor's office, said property being iinroved
by house No. 1529 Q street northwest.
Terms of sale: One-third of purchase price in
ish snd balance in one and two years, in equal
istallments, with Interest from the day of *alo
t the rate of 6 per cent per annum, payable semi
inually, the deferred payments to be secui-p*! l?r
st deeds of trust on the property so!d. or nil
ish, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit
' $100 on each house will be required nt the tiui?
' sale. All conveyancing, etc., at purchaser's cost
' the terms of sale are not complied with in fifen
days the right 1s reserved to resell at th?
sk of the defaulting purchaser.
MICHAEL J. COLBERT.
Century Bid;:.. 412 5th st. n.w.
JAMES F. HOOP
merlcan Security and Trust Company Bide.,
15th st. and Peun. ave. n.w.,
oclS-d&ds.oxSn Trustee*.
Eockville and Vicinity.
>ecial Correspondence of Tlie Star.
ROCKVILLE, 51 J., October 23. 1!>0?.
Mrs. Margaretha Miller, wife of George
illler of the Lay Hill neighborhood, died
jnday morning. She retired Saturday
ght In apparently excellent health ahd
as found dead in bed the next morning,
er husband and five children survive her.
Mr. Thomas M. Blackwell and MIfs Maude
. Heatoole, both of Basic City, Va., visited
oekvllle last Saturday afternoon and were
arried by Rev. Ernest I,. Woolfe, pastor
t the-M. E. Church South. '
It is stated that at the regular quarterly
eeting of Montgomery County Pomona
range, to be held Thursday at Brigh; n.
ie of the principal matters to be conslded
will be better market facilities in
rashington for the farmers of Montgomery
lunty.
Mrs. Ella Garrett, mother of Mayor John
, Garrett of Glen Echo, is reported to ba
riously_ 111 of typhoid fever in Pittsburg.
ayor uarreu nas gone to nis mothers
idside, consequently the special meeting
the Glen Echo town council to consider
targes against C. P. Collins, the town
%rshal, has been postponed, as have the
lals of several Washin^tonians arretted
r violating the automobile law, which
?re set for next Friday.
Rev. James W. Tamblyn. for several years
.stor of the Free Methodist Church at this
ace, has removed with his family to Spenrville
and will act as pastor of the church
that place as well as continue in charge
the Kockvilie Church.
At a special meeting of the stockholders
tils Wabash Ral'rcadC?mpanylitr?yc?:criy
arrangements, were made for an issue
4 per cent fifty-year refunding mortgage
nda to an amount of |2000<XM)00. TYia
oney from the sate of these bonds is to V;e
ed to retire existing mor-.gage bonds and
I Its notes and equipment obligations, th? t
mainder to be Uffed for betterments of
operty extensions and equipment.

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