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AUCTION SALES.
I lln". It rno. 3t. $1 ?| 1 ?rk. $2.52. 1 mo. |T 2fl
THIS AKTKRVtOV
u si.'ia~n & ro. Aicno.vKKUS,
1407 it street. (
TRrsTF.E S S \I K or VAI.fA RI.E IMPROVER
KIM. OTX'IK. N'> H.12 20TII STKKKT
NORTH VEST. FACING COXSKOTICUT AVE.
Ity Tlrtar *>t a ttrtsli dMd .>f trust. nraiM ta '
lAfr \ . 298S. nt folio el (M . of the lan'l j '
ftrvrds <if the Dfctrtrl of t'olmnM.i. the vadcr- '
i n!2*; ! *rr i r-T w"i r pr.Mif minion, in irour ? *
f ; - on *i I i;si?A V. TUB THIRTIETH
!?\v ??r m i>?7 nr nvrc k ivm. i
tli'- : c '!- s ri!> -.J e?t:i;?\ si:na!e )n the
I city <>f Washington, In said District, vlr.:
All th:?t certain jusn el --f lm;?l known as lot
ni:mf r??! > : I r:?i; 1 ; :.?! fi>: ly one (HI). In
II ! it and George W. Helstoj*! Hul??ll
vis ton <<f lota S:i njnare numbmd ninety*three |
(93), m per plat thereof, recorded in Liber No. )
lv m? f -I > ] of the r?M-r.nis in the office of |
11. ?u:f\v- I.f *!ie ? ;! ! i>i?trVt. with ritfht of j
L way <?\ * . the ^ : i T! i two jtntl one li :i 1 f f.*et of lot j 1
* t.n r? .i , hn:ulre<I ::it<I thirty nine of i 1
until division hv the width of said lot to nn j
alle.\. i;ftr-'ii feet wide; together u**h the im- ,
proifnifoti thereon. coasitttnf <-f btudfOiM i
tinrj and tnuraral stone and brick dwell- ^
fay with all modern improTfoirntt, No. 1612 2Dth 4
strew i ?r11r-.rsf. near its intersection with Con- <
' Bfft lent ?> row. j
'in*' property will )<o sold subject to n prior t
deed ??f trust for $12,000, maturing April 20, |
; nllb Internal :it 4!/,, the amomt of which i
wiil he announced at the time ? f aale. i
Terms: <?ne-hl:d rash. I'ulanee in equal Install- i
meats t one and two jeara, with Interest at 5 }
pa tnm per annum. paj !?!? sem I a nnuai ly from i
th?' daj of sale, and secured by deed of trust on
thi pvopertj aold; of ;iii nab at the purchaser's
apt ton. A deposit of $T?00 wffl he required at the j
time ;?f sal? All conveyancing mid recording
will be .it the purchaser's coat. Terma t?> i?e
!. >?! with \ .thin ten days, otherwise the
trust*- reserve* the right t<? resell at the risk and
ri sT of tii * ing purchaser.
NATI'|\\I SAMNCS ANI> TIU'ST COMPANY
?I..r:: r \ t?.<? National Safe Deposit. Savinp* and
'i l ??n i.. v tl> District "f Colombia),
T:::>?? By WII.I.lAM l?. H<)()VEH.
aj.l^ \ds.eSu Sc'oml VIre President.
A I? \ M \ WESCIfl.ER. AUCTIONEEK. '
TlirSTKKS* sai.e of vm'attle improved
r..\ KS I a t f- Hi! \ <; ahirkkspory hrkk
i?\vki i in ; uorsi;. no i"i c stkkkt n. k.,
WASHINGTON riTY.
I'y \'tne -.f t? powers an?l authority vested In }
us i'.v the Inst will and testament of Mary Schwa- ]
kopf. df? i a< ?<]. <iuly admitted to probate In the
S : ( irt of the Dlstrifl of Columlda, !o 1
m . of 1 for sale at public anctlon. ;n front of
the pr ? 01 I I i >i? U . TUB 30tfa I>AV OF
Ai'iiii. at iixlf past porn o'clock
p m . the following desrrlM lanl and pfenniM,
itoate ii, the eltj of Washington, in the in*
tri< t of and dealgi a ted as and being i
the WfHl Itrrnt* 15^?? f?*t front on north C street, ]
hv the fn 1 depth "f the l??t. of original J??r nmnhere<!
t ine ! In s?pi:ire numbered si-ven hundred
twrntv f'71! h. together with the improvements.
con>i^i t'tf "r ' ?! ' ?- ?-st??ry hri- fc dwelling house.
TKIl>'S <?! ' SXI.K: one-third ??f purehase money
ras! I 'l.iT .e in two eipial Installments. parable *
In "' and two years, with interest at G per
cent. j .1 \ a I'. e semi-annually, from day of salo,
i:* I ?.v ?! >< .\ ..f trti^t ujmn the property s :d,
or ji r I r.i^h. at Ihe purchaser'* option. A deposit
of Si?'' ' re?pilr? -1 at time of Pair. Costs of conve>
anting t-? bo paid by purvhaser. Terms of
*aip f b" fulfilled In 15 days from day of sale,
or vu.-I- :>isrned n *erv the right to resell the property
?t 'he risk anil <ost of ?h?* defa lltlne purchc-r:
aft?M five day.-*' advertisement of siu h reBale
In a m?\% spap?T published In the city of
Washing n. D C.
CEO. A SCIUVAKOPF. <
CHAW ks It MKYD. I
F.Tornt.-rs of rotate of Mary A. Schwakopf, ^
LFS'I'K'{ I'KU'I-:. Attorneys for Executors.
?p22d>l<ta __
~ TH( S. J. OWEN A: SOX. AUCTIONEERS. J
trfstffS s\i! OF vai.farlk fn improved v
i;i:ai ) - i \ ii' ??\ itvck sTi;;.i.i, uu ti n- t
l \\\ i:oad. \vasiiim;to\. i>. c.
Pv *??? tue <'f ;; d'M*d .?f trust. dat?'d December 5, '
IWd. am! : mi i.mmt i.?no n*. or me
Jat. 1 re.-or.N f??r t ,< District of <' 'iiralua. I. as
surviving trustee. will sell, ai p'.ihli auction. In n
front f ?h?? <n TPKSIVVY. APPiL 1
TIIIKTIKTH. AT HAM" PAST FOIU
OTI.tM'K P M . n 1 that parcel of pround In the
city of Washington. In tin- District of Columbia.
tfif'K part < f 1".' It> P. -ntfv and Hawkins* addition
?? <?eo*?: Mow si, in square l.'tol. beginning at
Into:*... r: >n of west lino of R-i.'k street with the
sotnh line of Tunlaw r nl: thenee southerly with
west 1 ti- if P.; k strict .r>2." '22 feet: thence westerly
forming an arglc wiih B:uk ?t:o.t on nin-tr?ne
' "> ar >i ? :irfi? hundredths minu'^s !4"?.<?0
feet t?. * ! . k lii.e ?-f Ht-Hiiy and Hawkins' a?ldi'
t !.. tic n< iii<rfh'-riv ui;li s.ii 1 back lino f?2o.22
feet: :! ?;< ?' eas ? : 5v parallel with the second line
44?< Tj' ' et to the b*g!nning. containing about
- ia:e f-'-f ??f prowml.
Te. - i'f sOne-thin! cflsli, balance In equal
lnstj-i'ii- in ??ne an 1 two y? :ir<?. with Interest at
the t.*!' ' of five per ent p*r annum. payable sernl?ni;r.:i
ly. . ;.!1 <a-h. at option . f purchaser. If j
terii:> f - - . r-'t < vipli-<1 with in twenty days '
from <!ay - ile the trustee reserves the light to *
resell risk and est "f defaulting pun-baser.
Comevanc'.ng at cost (>f purchaser. r
IllVINCa WILLIAMSON. <?
( pL?-<!A.----vSii Surviving Trustee. *
I I I I RE D A \ 9.
Ti:tiS. J. uWI.N A S?N, Al l-nilNKKH.sT 1
TH? s I i.S' SAI.K ??i \.\hl Alii fi IMKUiHW
i:' m isr\n: hi:in?; thk threk-stouy J
1 I:\MI I'UKI.i.l.Mj NO. 1:44a M STKEKT }
N W.
P.v \ ..f :\ .>* rn of trust duly re?'?-rded
I-i i- ? .?. fuuio 1 et st'.i., of the land
x^vi 4. f I?: - * i; t of c "InmWri, and at t*?e r*>quest
?'f 11:? parly m-.-ui-- 1 thereby. the \uwlersigned
InsiMi will sell, at tub Ic auction. In front "f the
ui. - - . ri Till KSI'AV TUB NINTH I?A V i?K
MAY. a [I 1! m7. at FIVE <n I>ijK P.m.. the
foLf. -.-r ml 1 n;r.N <. sltm.T" In
th<k city ?>f Washington. District ? f Colombia, ana
known 1 distinguished on ri:-- ground plat or
ijhin r said citj as ill of lot numbered 37. in
VVil : I! 1 T > - , - pi"d sulnii vision of lots*
F. F. II . ! . ii: William Itlanehard's suh :
f ; ...1 I : - 1.u:n!"? to 12. in square
mi"
'I - f - 1 : Or, ' of the j-.m-hnse mruiev
t?- Im j :Id In cash, balance in two equal install- J
n ; ' I In one :i: -1 two years, with interest I
ar < ; ' '.in , ni ::m. payah.*' ? -mi-annually. \
fr> \ ' ji. . ?; r?' -1 1'V d?***d <-f trust U J o II j
t a.. at th?* option of the !
|?'i A ;- |Misit of Sinn will he requited at i
tin* - Al: Hiring, r.* < rding. etc.. at i
r?-* * T' tiih f >ale t" l?e <-..;nplird ;
*i'J. ?i'i. -i }."? days from day of sah*. otherwise
tl.f ilghr to r? ., /> tin* ptopfrtj
?: the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser,
af?< : jj\.? days' advertisement of such resale in
mse newspaper published in Washington, I>. C.
ALHKKT 1 Ko\. J
J.i il ls P. S11??KM AK FIt. J
A-. *?. ?*<.! Trt;*f 1
C. ?; -l.?'A\ 4. I ?.. AUCTIONEERS, MOT U ST. '
TBI--T IKS SMI ol VAU'AKI.K IMMl*l:?
Kl> l: I M. 1>TATK ?>N TIIK WIST
SIM. I'!' hAI.r S'l'KKKT HKl'tt'KKN (l AMI
r Mllh.rs S<?l T1IWKST, WASHIXOTUN.
I i (.
1 \ fii- f n i?it:i!u ?J*-M of trust rn-or<U*<l in
I-it ' r N" J nt fol;o ll.'l *-t on?? <?f the
li?: i i !-? f ti:. 1 ?i?11 i t of Columbia. mid ?r
tl? r?-?; . -t - f the j'.-.nifs secured thereby, tli^
tit.' u '1| off? I for s:i lr. sit |?tiblhm.
* < v. fn. i < f t>..? i>i?n TI'KSKW.
Ill' -l \ l.N 111 !?\\ ??r M \ V. 1007. %T HALFI-AM
1 It u't'lni'lv I'M, the following <le- |
p- ' : tl . ditiiitc lu tin- ? ity of Wash- j
liijrb .. 1' I I?!strut. viz.: All of 1??t iiiiiiili-iv-i
ej 'i 1 :i.< north half of lot numl r> ?1 seven j
7 i . r 'itiil>er< i) sis huudred and fifty four (
-i lot sun bercd ?m (1) fronting about i
i : % ; < ; i . < .1 i en 11a 11 M i i
St id !:i>- ~. S i - i half of lo' niitnlx r<-d seven (7)
fr< * ? ! ? .:! tw?i.t\ sewn and slaty-two hun
dredths (27 ! t on said street. eaeti <>f mid
i-!i ! - ?;g ;i depth "f ont1 bondrf'd and sevntythr??
?1". f ? . <7 indie*. more or hss.
'IV;.i - sc.. hitlanee in e<?ual In
full;. j' <ii > . two tl?r?e vciir?, with 1m
tere *.\e j -r " iitiiiu i hi:uu-1). payji!?l>*>
! : . fr??: , ; .- day of sal* . and secured
?! ! ' t. -1 : j i r??j 11 y sold: or all cash. ;
fct t' A dei#?>lt of if
th< i . ' is m?M : ail or of $100 on
Hi if ^1-1 J-ci'? ra rely 111 he* require I lit
i! < : of sale. \ 11 eonreyanelns and recording
w ill ! ? ?t : i ur-'h::> r's Terms to ho
?? : win.in ten d.? y s. otherwise the
tru>T? ? i > 'S Ti. - rijrht t<i resell at tin* risk ami
?-o>r ,f ; l.. .J. f;, ul: in j; i>urcli;is?-r hj?oii five days'
Jiot i. ) ; ?1 \ i; is? : ? nt of Mil-, resale.
ANU i:l? \N M-.? I 1C1T\ \M? Till ST (UMI'ANY,
Trustee.
1 . >1 s HKKSII'K, \ ice President.
AM< >i Jam IIS 1 Secretary.
ill J* -lids." Si! lot ]
I
THUS J (?\VK. \ \ .M>.\ AH 'IS., mi CI ST. N.W. i
Very Desirable Wasihlng=
toraHeEghtsModerimliome
No. ?868 V Street N.W.,!
Formerly CaEifornia Ave.,
AT AUCTION,
being the three-story brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms, store and
? ?t. i. *
nam iouiii , >n.?im ncai.
Hy \iriuf of nutltorify vested In thr? undfrtdsned
*f wii: m-II nt J" ti!;?- n rtitin. in front of the
tr?-fi !*.? < ? 11 I'KIPAY. ,M A ^ 'I 111 li 1 >. I;t07. AT
IIAU I' AS I' KM K n't l.i h K I'M . sulih.t 2*.? in
I iih w :i Washington IIHirhts. with th?* improveidm
?8 t hereon 'I his s?\r presents an unusual op|.??i!
ui.i t> i" *f* un- h delight ful bouie in one of
the hest sr. lions "f the eity.
IV:his iiUr.il km] stated at time of sale.
A deposit of required u|hui Hccpptance of hid.
'IVrms to l-? ?'oiii|ili**(i with In 10 days or deposit
| f? rfeitt d. t'onvey aneiiii* and recording at purchai
r's
. . ?. - ! Ii? ?S I < >\\ I N \ SO\ Au?*ts.
rONOKUOH.
ai?\>i a vvi>?m.i.u. '\irnoni;ku.
Assignees' sale of furini=
ttare, etc., contained io
iYr^"nT?"c-#?<5 mn n n n cu
~ ^ ? i 1 O u ! i; u U V> 4. U k/ V?o
n. w.
I'v \ 'i;. <f a ?!? ,] of alignment c?v?*n to in.
fti : ' v ' r-!? w.' \* |l; s(li. by public auction.
v : ' N i : . WEDNESDAY. MAY
KIKsr. i'.uT \'i TK\ O ri,(M'K A.M.. rhe entire
Hf- - ? ' ! . Is. r i;: . etc . :.<;*! iliff of B.'iUtPHtls,
. <-i .fr?.j i?-r?. Kxtriinion TuNcs. ('<)?( hes,
Ta lib- * ? ..I I -. ItM.-fcer*. Ma' t resses.
1' < :. 4tc.. lu-iug the ji^s'ts ?>f the Eiujiire
f'">-j|jr,11 ?. ? ??i?n?nnr
Tnt'itvo fttiu ii together with lnu>k aoccnnts.
f' ? ?1 will. ??tr will firv.* !.o offered as an entirety.
ml If h ?*t'?fa<-tory bl?l l? noi obtafueil'will then
i* immediately f>?..?} in detail.
Term?* rasb.
KI'<;ENE A. jonf.8. )
Commercial Nat'l I<:?:ik bhlfc . I . ,
W >,\w\\ i.\UM\Klt i--*??lgueeii.
Kendall bid r.. j
IV. d?dlw.< 8u
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW.
pn AT SLOAN
mm n407 g
3 ^ SP/Wra/TI/T^Mnirnl/T^nA/T
t o lyjiRiiiiiyiraimpw
>
j Grand Clo
FOR 1
? *
i Old Colony
Rich Mahogany Fn
Room, Liiibrary, Parlor,
Office, eo all the old sh*
Plate, Silver Ornaments
Glassware, EEUgSSsh Cok
r Brass Good's, CiirEoc, <&
| restrfeted Pmfolic Auction
j Tomorrow, Wedoe;
f A. i] 1\ A *\*T
I aii 1111 m. i
Xoticc?Purchasers at former
[ once.
C. G. SLOAN &
1407 Q
. . . ......
MARiTS NOTKS. Al'CT., 426 8TH N.W.
' " t - r> . i r t t 1
>ale ot an extensive otocK 01 rtaruware
and Paints, 50 boxes Window
Class, within my salesrooms,
426 9th street n.w., WEDXES- J.
1 ) AY, MAY 1. at 10 O'CLOCK. su,
< <? cans of Paints. Varnishes, Stains. Knamels, ^
' is an<] Alaha?tine; 50 N?xes Window (ilass; Wire u
'enelnjj. Hatchets. Ha minors. Saws, Loc ks. Bolts, p
^ rews, Hooks, Planes, Whitewash and other o:
'.rushes, Braces, Bits, quantity of Mantels. Files, t'
'hisels, 50 dt>7. Chimneys, China and Tinware. *
winging and Counter S 'ult's, 25 kegs of Nails. Gal- a
aniwd and Wooden Tubs, Shovels, Rakes, quan- f 1
Itv of Hinges, lias Stoves and Rubber Tubing, wid
i't of other goods not mentioned for want of space. (.
aiiiK>-3t-30 f
ADAM A. WESCHI-F.lt, . CCTIONEER. s<
"RISTKK.s- SAI.K OF TWO-STORY j'RAME
DWKI.I.INi: NO. 21122 I ST. N.W., TWO- _
SToRV FIUSIK DWELLING NO. 2220 I ST.
N.W.. TWO STORY FRAME DWKLUNIi NO.
> 23 23D ST. N.W.. TWO-STORY AND BASKMKXT
ItHH'K DWELLING NO. 2221 H ST. 1
N.W.. TWO ST'lit Y Fit AM K ST< IKE AND
DWELLING SOI TIIWKST CORNER OF 22D
AND II STS. N.W.. TWO-STOltY FRAME
DWELLING NO. 2:!03 II ST. N.W.. TWOSTORY
FRAME DWKIJ.lMi NO. 2310 II ST. f
N.W.. I'NTMi'ROVFD U)l ON II ST. IIE- r
TWF.KN 2.1 Ii AND 2ITU STS. N.W., TWO- q
STORY FRAME SToRK AND I"WELLING NO. s
Ti'x 2.'iD ST. N.W.. TWO-STOltY FRAME f
DWELLING mi T'II; r I ST \.\V AND (
TWOSTOUY FKA3JE DWELLING -NO. 730 (
23D ST. N.W. I
By virtue of a decree of the Supremo Court of t
be District of Columl iti. wherein William T- I
larvey et al. are complainants an?l Hugh I'. liar- 'I
ey ? t al. are defendant*. passed in equity cause n
?o. 2'?4ti2. the undersigned trustees will sell. by <
ublle auction. In front of the respective premise*. i:
n WEDNESDAY. THE FiUST I)AY OF MAY, <
i. D. COMMENCING AT FOI It O'CLOCK 1
\M.. the following described real estate, situate
n the city of WashingtuffT District of Columbia. t
o wit: i
1'art < f original lot numbered, nine In square \
fry-five tr?5i. contained wltl.ir. the following mete* ,,
nd bounds, viz.: Beginning for the same at a <i
oint 0:1 I street distant thirty (3<V? f'-et ten <10> ;i
n< hes east from the northwest corner of said l?"?t \
nd square, and running thence east twelve (12t s
eet; thence sonth seventy-five *75? feet, and t.
lu-uco west twelve (12) and thence north <
seventy-five feet to the place of beginning. (
subject a* to said part of lot nine (0) U> a right t
?t way over the roar right feet of said lot. for I i
ho use of the part of said lot nine (9? adjoining | 1
n the oast. Improved by two-story frame dwelling, i
So. 2222 I street northwest.
IMMEDIATELY THKKKAFTER. part or original
t numbered nine <9> in square numbered fifty-five
J?.*?). contained within the following m^tes and
ounds, viz.: Beginning f.>r the same at the northvest
corner of said lot and running thence east
ighteen ils? feet ten (Ho inches with the line of
i street; tiieine south sixty-seven HIT) feet to a
rivate ;i ley eight (8) feet wide, to be left open
- r the use of said lot. t ? 2.'i?i street across the
south part of aid lot: thence west eighteen (18) j
'eef ten < 10? Jn?h?s to 2."M street: thence north on
iald ?i!;eet sixty ?.-ven (CTt feet to the place of berinnfne
Improved hy a two-story frame dwelling,
2220 I street northwest.
I.MMLDIATKLY TH EK RAFTER. part of original
ot nutnhered ei<;bt (Ht in square flfty-five
ontain?d within the following metes and bounds,
iz.: Hcxir.ning f.>r the same a' the southwest
orner of said lot and running the'flce north twenty
201 feet: thence east one hundred and nine (109)
'eet eight i.Si inches: thence south twontv (20)
Vet. and thence west one hundred and nine (109? I
Vet eight 1S1 iucheg to the place of l>eglnning, im>roved
by a two-j-tory frame dwelling, No. 823
!3d street northwest.
IM M l.r?IATFI.Y THFREAFTFR. part of orielnal
ot numbered four ?4t In square numbered lifty-five
c(.u;;iined within the following motes and
ounds. viz.: Iteg'nnjng for the same on the line
tf North II street at a point distant ten (10? inches
ast fr<?m the southwest corner ?*f said lot and run- I
ling thence ?a?t hlong paid street seventeen (17? |
'eet ten and one-third inches to the center
>f the division wall of two houses on srd lot; j
hence north through the center of said division j
vail one hundred and two (102) feet ele\en (11)
nches; thence west seventeen (17> feet ten and I
?ne third (lO1^) Inches, and thence south in a j
straight line to the place of beginning, im>roved
by a two-story ami basement brick dwellng.
No. 2221 H street northwest.
I.M MKIMATKLV THFUEAFTFU. part of original
< ! numbered nine (In in square numbered llfty-slx
'.Cvi (Y.ntnlni..) t\ w? ?n<t
>ounds. viz.: Iieg!nn!ng for the same on the line |
f 22?1 street at the northeast corner of said lot
?nd square anil running thence south along said
rect thirty-three (33) feet six anil tbree-fourths
?%t In?hes; t lii* nee wist ninety-seven (07) feet
wo and three-fourths (2:t4? inches; thence north
hirty- three i33? feet six ami three-fourths i6%? '
nches to the line of H street north. and thence
'ast along saiil II street ninety-seven (J)7> feet
w.i ami three-fourths (2^1 Inches the place of
"ginning. Improved hy two-story frame store and
1 welling at tie* southwest corner of 22d and II
'treefs northwest.
IMMKMATKLY THEREAFTKIl. part of original
of numl>eied two <2> In square numbered forty?ne
Uli. contained within the following m?'tes and
oumls. v'x.: Beginning for the same at the sonth a?t
iom?r of snld lot and running thence west !
ighteen <18) feet threi and one-thlid Inches; ]
'hence north one hundred and two (lniM feet eleven
lli In?-1 es: thence east eighteen (18> feet three j '
ujm . !!< miiij im-nes. ana rnence soutn one | ;
lutndred and two <li?2> fort eleven (11) inches to
He place of beginning. Improved by two-story '
[thiiip dwel.Jng. No 230."i II sfeet northwest. I
IMMI 'HATI f,Y TIIKRKAFTFIt. all of original
lot numbered eleven (11) and parts of original lots
numbered Iw#?l ve <12? and thirteen (1.'?) In square '
numbered f.-rty-tuo (42): said part of original iot '
twelve (12i being contained within the following
metes and hounds. viz.: Beginning for the same
Ht the northeast corner of said lot a.id souare and i
running thence south along the line of 23d street
thirty CiOi feet nix (0) inches; thence west seventyfive
(7o) feet to th'* rear li?.c of &iid lot; thenoe
north thirty Ob feet si* ((>) inches, uml thenee east
seventy five <7??? feet to the plaee of beginning.
Said j-nrt of original lot thirteen <13) Iteing dintallied
within the following metes ami Itounds. viz.:
Beginning for the same at the northeast corner of
said lot and running thence south along the line
of 23d street twenty (20? feet: thence west ?eventy
five ?TT>? feet; thence norlh twenty <20i feet,
nd thence east adventv-ttve (75) feet to the pla?e
f l>eglnning. Improved by two-story frame dwelling.
No. 2.110 H street northwest; two-storv fratne
store and dwelling, with hrick back building. No.
738 23d street northwest; two-story frame dwelling.
Vo. 736 23d street northwest; two-story frame
dwelling. No. 730 23d street northwest; also unimproved
lot on II street tietween 23d and 24th
streets northwest, to he sold in separate parcels.
TKR\K One thfril of ttie mir<-h;tsa iiinnev cimh I
th?? balance in 1 installments, at one and two
Tears with Interest from the day of sale at the
rate '?f six per rent |>er annum. pavahle semiannually.
secured by deed of trust on the property
sold, or all ca>h. at the option of {he purchaser or
purchasers. A ?le posit of $2<h> on each parcel required
nt the time of sale. If terms of sale are
not compiled with ii. fifteen days from the day of ,
ale the trustees reserve the rljjht to resell the
I ropertjr at the risk and cost of the defaulting ,
purchaser or purchasers. All conveyancing, record- ,
Ing etc., at tlie purchsaer's cost.
CITARLES W. DARR. Trustee.
No. "Ofl t; st n w.
HAYDEN JOHNSON Trustee.
aplP-dA-ds.eSu Columbian building.
FUTUItK D A ^ S. |
I .XI 'TTOIO S A I KT)F V A LI* ART.K IMPROVED !
AM) I NIMPROVED REAL ESTATE OF TUB ,
l.A'l K MlRINER A. P1ERSON, S1TCATED
AT fdUi.MAL REACH. VA. *
WASHINGTON HOUSE AND CONTENTS. I
MANSION Hot SK VNI> CONTENTS.
TWIN COTTAGE \NI> CONTENTS.
< I1EROK EES COTTACE ANL) CONTENTS.
Pl?*rsonvlllr. .'t small houses and content* and
unimproved lots. All at public auction. Colonial
r. i. h, \ a.. M AY SECOND. lfX?T. AT HALF-FAST
TEN \.M . or at I rlvate sale by the executor*. <
reriu* or a gcik>sii or win i>e re- <
quired wt the time of the sale. aud the balance
within 15 days after tale. All conveyancing. rectrdintf.
etc., at cost of purchaser. otherwise the
?*i rat?r? reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk of defaulting purchaser, after 5 days'
advt-rtlseii'etit *?f sueli resale in some newspaper,
hit. F. F. N1NDE.
JOHN L. MARTIN. !k'?0 4th p.*..
p22-l?H* Biecutors. Washington, D. O.
AUCTION SALEw.
TOMOHROW.
'S GALLERIES, ;;
Street N. W.
TOE fl fri\lkM
u inj? vjrmu lyiRUo
snog Sale
me . I
CompMijo I
jirmitiuire, for Onirnnrng t
Hal 1, Bed Room and j
apes. Useful Sheffield !
>, Imported ClhSinia and I
>red SpoirtSinig Prints, j
Every piece at uim= J
n aill- SHmisnini'e_ fl^NTD^ (Hi KlL
?<dlay,May 11,1907, j
nod 3 P. M. j
sales will please call for goods at I
'0.9 Auctioneers,
Street. j
FUTURE PAYS.
THUS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
ERY ATRRACTIVE TIIREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
I>' >!" BLE-FRONT BRICK DWELLING,
NO. 1406 COLUMBIA ST. N.W..
TO BE SOLO BY AUCTION.
By virtue of antlioritv vested In us by all paries
in Interest, we will sell at public auction, in
ront of the premises on TUESDAY, MAY SEVENTH.
1!H>7. AT FIVE O'CLOCK I\M.. part of lot
umbered 12 in Samuel Redfern's subdivision of
juare numb* rod 3<?6. as said subdivision is re.-ordil
in the oftii-e of the surveyor of the District of
olumbia in book W. F.. pap* J4H. and erntained
iiniii me loiiowing motes and- bounds, viz: Reinning
for the same at a pdnt on the west line
f Redforn street (now called Columbia street) f>7
et i\ inches north from the n"rth lliit? of "O''
treet, and running thence west 20 foot, thence
orth 42 feet 6 inches to the line of a ten-foot
Hey, thence oast along the line of said alley 2J
pet and then *e south 42 feet 0 inches to the place
f beginning.
Terms very liberal and stated at time of sale,
onveyancing. recording, etc., at cost of purchaser.
100.00 deposit required upon acceptance of bid.
ale to be closed in ten days or deposit forfeited.
THUS. J. OVVNE1N & SON, Auctioneers,
ap30-d&ds,eSu 1331 <x st. n.w.
AT) AM A WTT.finiT.trn AT'CTinvrPR
"RrSTEES* RALE OF a VERY ATTRACTIVE
BRICK ANH PEBBLE-DASH DWELLING IN
THE NORTHWEST Sl'IURRS. KNOWN as
PREMISES NO. ftll? ALLISON ST. N.W.
By virtue <?f a certain deed of trust, duly record<1
in Liber No. 2S62, folio 32 et seq., of tlie land
ecords of the District of Columbia, and . t the reuest
of the party pccured thereby, we, the underigned
trustees, wi.l sell, at public auction. In
ront of the premises, on THTRSDAY, THE SBC)M)
DAY OF MAY. A. D. AT FIVE
)'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and
remises. situate in the county of Washington, in
he District of Columbia, and designated as and
eing lot numbered seventeen (17) of Win. M.
Vrrcll's subdivision of lots in block numbered
iSneteen (10? of the "Petworth Addition to the
'ity of Washington." as said Terrell's subdivision
s recorded in Rook County 10. foil > 52. of the recrds
of the surveyor's office of the District of Coiir.ibia.
together with the improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the purchase money
o be paid in cash, and the balance in three equal
nstailments. payable in one, two and three years,
vith Interest at five per centum per annum," nayible
semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by
l??ml <.f frnst iinnn the nrnnertv solrl or nil push
it the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200
vill bo required of the purchaser at tho* tline of
ale. All conveyancing. recording nnd notarial fee9
it the cost of the purchaser. Term? of sale to he
oini'lied with within fifteen days from day of sale,
otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell
he pr?'|K-rty at the risk an.! cost of the defaulting
jurehaser. after five days' advertisement of such
esale in The Evening Star, a newspaper published
u th.* city of Washington. O
CI.A HI IN * 'E I'?. RI1EEM.
ALEXANDER T. IIENSEY.
aplfl-d&ds.eSu Trustees.
TIIOS. J. OWEN & FON, AUCTIONEERS.
rru STEF/S SALE or VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. It I" INC. THE TWO-STOHY
1KAME 1 ?\VEI.LIN<* NO. 42X 7TII ST. N.E.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
n IJber No. folio 07 et seq.. of the land
coords of I he District of <Ylumbia. and at the rejueflt
of tlie party seemed thereby, th? underlined
tiustee will sell at public auction in front
the premises. <?n HII.mi.VJ, IHJ. MA HI l?AY
?F MAY. A. D. U?"T. AT HAI.ri'AST FOt'K
rCI.oi'K P.M.. the following described land and
remises. situate in the city of Washington. DIsrlct
of Columbia, and design;!led as and being
art of l?>t numbered 24 in William li. Todd's subllvlslon
of lots iu square numbered 893. as per
ilat recorded In the otllce of the surveyor for the
Ustrii t of Columbia, in I.iber W. F.. at folio 5(1.
>eglnning at the northwest corner of said lot and
unning south along Seventh street east 1!> feet 1
nch. thence east 1<*? feet, thence north 19 feet 1
nch. thence west 100 feet to the beginning.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
o be paid In <*ash. balance In two equal installnents.
payable* in one and two years, with interest
it 0 per centum per annum, payable semi-annually,
'rom day of s?le, secured by deed of trust ujxjn
lie property sold, or all cash, at the option of
he purchaser. A deposit of $100.00 will be rejuired
at time of sale. All conveyancing, recordng.
etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to
e compiled with within 15 days from day of sale,
therwlse the trustee reserves the right to rcsH>
he property, at the risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such
esale in some newspaper published In Washington,
L>. t*. THK WASHINGTON LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY.
irusiee.
ANDREW PARKER, Vice President.
ap2fl-d&ds.eSu
T1I0S. J. OWEN & SON. ArCTIONEERS,
1331 G ST. X.W.
rnrsTEE's sai.k or valuable tract of
l.AN'H CONTAINING 1.57 ACRES, Wni
LARGE FRONTAGE ON CONNECTICUT
AVENUE EXTENDED, AT TIIE INTERSECTION
OF GRANT ROAD, IMPROVED BY A
L\RGE THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
FRAME DWELLING. CONTAINING ABOUT
4o ROOMS. COMMONLY CALLED "FAIRFIELD."
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly rerorded
in Liber No. 211)6, folio 345) ot seq., of the
land records of the District of Columbia, and at
Ihe request of the party secured thereby, the un[]crsi?ne>l
surviving trustee will sell, at public
nation, in front of the premises, 011 THURSDAY.
II IE NINTH DAY OF MAY. 1!?07. AT FOUR
O'CLOCK. P.M.. the following described land and
I ire mists, situate in t he county of Washington, in
ihe District of Columbia, namely: So much of a
tract of land, originally known as "Fl<?t chaH's
Chance.'* and con\eyed by William E. Ellison to
George A. Antics, by deed dated May 25. 188*1.
Mid recorded May 2<'., 188(1, in Liber 1187, folio
14(? ft kihi. of f 11 IliKtrlct 11 f ('<>1 utiiTiIti l.'itiil roi'
Urdu, hk is bounded by the west line of Connecticut
avenue extended, by the Military road, and
by a road known as the Cbappcll road.
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the purchase money
to he it.iid In cash, balance In three equal installments,
payable in one. two and three years,
with Inteiest at ti i?er eentum i**r annum, twtyable
semi-annually. from day of sale, 'secured by
deed of trust ujxm the property sold, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200
will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms
r>f sale to be complied with within fifteen days
from the day of sale: otherwise rhe trustee reserves
the rljrht to resell the property at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement of such resale in some newspaper
published In WasMp^ton, I). C.
TaLLMADGK A. LAMBERT,
ap27-d&ds,cSu Surviving Trustee.
ADAM A. WESCHLEH, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VAI.f*ABLE REAL ES
TATE ON EAST CAPITOL STREET. IMPROVED
BY 2 FRAME DWELLINGS NOS.
M5 AND 817.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed in Equity Cause
No. 2.r?Sl 1. on the docket of said court, the undersigned
trustees will offer for ale at public auction.
in front of tin* premises, on TUESDAY. THE
SEVENTH DAY OF MAY. 1!Mi7. AT HALF PAST
FOUR O'CLOCK I'.M.. parts of original lots eleven
(in and twelve <12). In square numltered nine
hundred and twenty 0)20). Washington city. District
of Columbia beginning for I lie same at a
point 25 feet west from the northeast corner of
said square and running the nor west along the
Routh line of East Capitol street 45 feet: thence
south OH f?'et 1 inch; thence east 45 feet, and
thence north 03 feet 1 Inch to the place of l>eglnulng.
said property being Improved by two frame
dwelling houses numbered S15 4iid 817 East Capitol
street.
Terms: One third of the purchase pries in cosh
nnd the balance in one and two years, in equfcl Installments.
with interest at the rate of '0% per
tu.num from date of sale, the deferred payments
to l*e secured by deed of trust on the property told.
i>r the purchaser may pay all cash. A deposit of
?100 will be required at the time of sale. All con
veynnclnjr. etc., nt The purchaser* cost. If the
terflW> are not with l:i fifteen days the
right i* reserved to sell at the risk of'the defaulting
purchaser.
MICHAEL 4. COLBERT.
4lJ 5th st. 11.w.,
EDMUND liKADY.
412 Slh st. n.w .
p23-tl&ds,eSa Trustees.
AUCTION SALES.
_ rPTCHE PAV9.
SAMt'EI, K. SMITH, SOLICITOR.
Ko. 213 Courtlaod St., Baltimore, M<1.
Trustees' Sale
THE MOST VALUABLE FEE-KIMPLE CN1Mphovei)
property in bai.timore city
it IS a part of the land whereon forI
MPBT V UTAnn TPB- \f AT.TRY HOT'SF A\n
IS IN TUB BLOCK BOUNDED BY I'll ATT,
JUGHT, BALI lERSTON' AND CHARLES
STREETS. IT HAS TWO FRONTS. ONE ON
LIGHT STREET AND ONE < >N l'RVTT
STREET; IT CONTAINS MORE THAN 14.600
SQUARE FEET. IS NEARLY OPPOSITE THE
NEW IMERS. IS IN THE CENTER <iF THE
BUSINESS DISTRICT OF BAI TIMORE AND
IS THE ONLY UNIMPROVED UlT OF ITS
SIZE ANYWHERE IN THAT NEIGHBORHOOD.
AND AS A SITE FOIl A HOTEL
THERE IS NO BETTER LOT IN' BALTIMORE.
THE SALE WILL TAKE PLACE ON
THE PREMISES ON FRIDAY. MAY TWENTY-FOURTH,
1907, AT THREE O'CLOCK
P.M.
i i ne anove property nils ne?*n suimuyhm?u o. ?.
Martenet & Co. of Baltimore Into six 3ots. two
whereof are on the went side of Light street between
Pratt and Balderson streets and have each
a from of about 25 feet, with a depth of about 100
feet, and the other four thereof are on the north
side of Pratt street between Light and Charles
streets and have each a front of about 20 feet,
nith an average depth of atxrtit 125 feel, and will
be offered for sale, first separately, then the Light
street and the Pratt street fronts, respectively, as
entireties, and then the entire property as a whole.
Plats of the above lots or Information concerning
them furnished upon application to the trustees or
auctioneers.
SAMUEL K. SMITH, Trustee,
PATTISON & GAHAX. Auctioneers.
7 E. Lexington st.. Baltimore, Md.
ap30.my3.7.10.14,17.21.22.23
C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON NEW HAMPlmiil,
i *?r vis t n nrnnvn i'lti/'i r? it
nninrj a ? iu. .> r<Aiv jyvrv.^ i. jx k
PUBLIC AUCTION.
By direction of the parties In Interest we will
sell at public auction. In front of tbe premises, on
MONDAY. MAY SIXTH. l!?07, AT FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M.. lot 53 In square 97. having a frontage of 25
feet In that desirable residence locality of New
Hampshire avenue between N and O st*., with a
depth of about 145 feet to a wide alley, and containing
about 3,590 square feet.
Easy terms. One-fourth cash, the residue in one,
two and three years, with interest at five per cent
per annum, payable semi-annually and secured by
a deed of trust on the property, or all cash.
A deposit of $250.00 will be required at time of
sale, and the terms to be fully complied with in
fifteen days from day or sale, or the property may
be resold at the purchaser's risk and cost. Title
good or no sale, and taxes paid up to day of sale.
All conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser's
cost. C. Q. SLOAN k CO.,
ap30-d&ds Auctioneers.
THOMAS J. OWEN A SON. AUCnO-XBEHS:
Executor's sale of valuable threestory
brick residence, situate at
southwest corner of 21st and H
streets northwest, and known as
No. 2100 H street, containing ten
rooms, with cellar and modern im
provements, including hot water
heat.
Ry virtue of a power of sale contained In the
will of Sarah A. van Derlip, deceased, the undersigned
executor will offer for sale at public auction.
In front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY.
THE EIGHTH DAY OF MAY, 1007, AT FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M., all that part of lot twenty (20) In
square seventy-nine (7i>) In the city of Washington,
described as follows, viz: Beginning at the northeast
corner of said lot aiul square and running
thence south on 21st street twenty-eight (2H) feet
and six (C) inches, thence west seventy (70? feet;
thence north twenty-eight (28) fe?'t and six (6)
inches to H street, and thence east on II street
seventy (70) feet to the place of beginning, together
with the Improvements therein, described as
above. .
Terms of gale All cash, or. at option of the purchaser,
one-fourth < ash and balance in three equal
installments, payable in ?>ne. two and three years
from day of sale, the deferred payments to bear
interest at five per centum p?*r annum, payable
semi-annually, and to be secured by deed of trust
on the property so;d. Title good a: clear of incumbrance,
??r no pale; taxes paid to day of sa!e;
mi conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost.
Deposit <?f $200 required at time of sale. Terms of
sale to be complied with In tlfteeu days, or deposit
will be forfeited.
BLUR N. KDWARDS, Executor,
06 F st. n.w.
GEO. FRANCIS WILLIAMS, Attorney.
ap26-d&ds
C. G. SLOAN A: CO., AIXTIONBKIlS, 1407 G ST.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
KNOWN AS 1727 COLUMBIA ROAD
NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON. D. C.
Default having been made in payment of debt
secured l?y deed of trust to undersigned trustees,
dated August 23, 1004. and recorded In Liber 2844,
folio 115 et seq., of tbe land records of the District
of Columbia, at request of parties secured
thereby we will sell, at public auction, in front of
the premises, on TliUlSDAY, MAY SECOND,
1007, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. lots 188. 180 and
100 of Stephen B Priest's suUlivision of lot 23, ,
Lanier Heights, as said subdivision appears >f record
in County Subdivision Book 14. page 2(5. among
the records of tbe surveyor of the District of Columbia
(excepting so much of said lots as has been
taken for the widening of Columbia road), with the
Improvements thereon, consisting of a three-story
brick dwelling, with all modern improvements. No.
1727 Columbia road northwest, now officially designated
as No. 1701 Columbia road.
Turn b i,f cull.* I*iv.nortr will hn cnlil eiihlnnf ?
prior deed of trust of $7,500, on lot 1 1m> an<i westerly
one-half of lot ISO, and to a balance of $2,500
due on a deed of trust on lot 188 and easterly
one-half of lot 189. full particulars of which wii'l
be stated at sale, and the balance of the price
over the above trusts must be paid in cash. Deposit
of 12*0 will be required at sale. Conveyancing.
recording, etc.. at purchaser's cost, who must
comply with terms within fifteen days from sab4;
otherwise trustee will resell property at risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser, after live days' advertisement
of such resale.
GEO. 13. WAGNER. Trustee.
Bond building.
CHARLES LINK INS. Trustee.
aplfl-d&ds.eSu McGlll building.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE
NEAR COLLEGE STATION. ON TIIE B. & O.
RAILROAD.
By virtue of the power contained in a mortgage
from Edward Daniels and wife, the undersigned
will offer, at public sale, in front of the dwelling
house on the premises, on SATURDAY. MAY
FOURTH. 1&>7. AT THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. 218
acres adjoining the property of the Maryland Agricultural
College and the lands now or formerly
owned by Dr. Eversfleld. Dr. Metzerott and Gen.
Beale. This farm Is located on a good public road,
within about one hour's drive of Washington,
twenty minutes' walk from electric car line and
one and one-quarter miles from said college sta
tlon. The Improvements are an excellent dwelling,
barn and necessary outbuilding- Terms easy. See
advertisement In the Ilvattsville Independent. For
further particulars apply to SAFE DEPOSIT AND
TH!"ST COMPANY of Baltimore. Nob. 9. 11 and
18 South St.: PHIL. II. TUCK. Its Attorney. No.
207 N. Calvert St.. Baltimore. Md., or GEORGE L.
HARRIS, Auctioneer. Ilvattsville, Md.
apl8.21.2.1.25.28 30my2.8
THOMAS J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
RESIDENCE PROPERTY. BEING THE TWOSTORY
AND CELLAR BRICK DWELLING
NO. G38 7TII STREET NORTHEAST.
Whereas default having been made in the payment
of the interest due on the <?ebt secured by a
certain deed of trust, dated October W, 1905.
and recorded in Liber No. 29M, folio 39 et seq.. of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party sccured thereby, the
undersigned trustees, by virtue of the power vested
in them by said deed of trust, will sell at public
auction, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY,
THE TENTH OF MAY. 1907. AT FIVE P.M..
the following described land and nremises. situate
In the ci^y of Washington. District of Columbia,
and distinguished as lot numbered two hundred
and twenty nine <229>. in Charles Boyd and Addle
J. Boyd's subdivision of lots in square numbered
fight hundred and sixty (8G0). as per plat recorded
in Liber No. .'U, folio 1.1, of the records
"I lilt* "uni- in in*- nunrji'i >? uir 1/iHint'i Ul
Columbia, together with the Improvements thereon,
consisting of a two story and cellar, 8 room brick
dwelling.
Subject to a perpetual right of way for alley
purposes over the rear or west three (.1) feet of
said lot by full width thereof, as mentioned in
said trust.
Terms of sale: One third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash and the balance payable in
equal Installments at one and two years, with
interest, payable semi annually, at the rate of
five (ft) per centum per annum, to be secured by
first deed of trxwt on property ?old. or all cash, at
option of the purchaser. A deposit of two hundred
dollars ($200) will be required at the time of sale,
and terms to be tn'Ijr complied with within fifteen
days from day of sale or deposit to be forfeited
u:ii! property resold at the cost?of such defaulting
purchaser after five days' advertisement of such
resale In some newspaper published in Washington.
I>. C. Conveyancing and recording charges
at trorchaser's cost.
B FRANCIS SAUL.
WALTER E. HILTON,
at>29 12t Corner 7th and L sts. n.w.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
To Close an Estate.
EXETI'TOR'S SALE OK VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. NO. 1118 NEW HAMPSHIRE
A VENT E NORTHWEST.
B/ virtue of authority In me rested by the last
will of Mary Jane Thuralert. deceased. and the
codicil thereto, the nuderslgnod will sell, at public
auction. In front of the premises, on FRIDAY
THE THIRD DAY OF MAY. A. D. 1807, At
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. all of lot 22 and part of lot
10 In Duncaiisou's subdivision of lots In square 71,
In the city of Washington. D. C.. as per plat In
I.lber 13. folio 18<l. of the office of the surveyor of
said District, said part of lot 10 being 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 south from
the north Hue of said lots, and running thence
south P.long said dividing line to the south line of
said lots: thence west two feet along said south
11 in. of lot 10: thence north In a line parallel to
It.,1.1 ! |ln/> un.l ___?
I BU1U "H? lUlllji n?i*7 ? >h?i n.ci miM ??ill JIII IH'K, HUU
I thencc In a northeasterly direction to said dividing
j line and place of beginning;- toother 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 he paid In cash, and the balance In two equal
Installments, payable in one and two yer.rs. with
interest at 0 per cent per annum, payable semiannually,
from day of sale, seen rod by deed of
tn?-t 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 jnveyaueing. recording and notarial fees at
th?* coat of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be
compiled with within fifteen days from day of
sale, otherwise thp property will be refold at the
I risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after
j five days' advertisement of such resale In The
Evening Star, a newspaper published in the city of
Washington, D. 0
1 ENOCH L. WHITE. Eiecutor.
p20 d&ds.eSu Pacific building.
AUCTION SA1E9.
fltlhk days.
MARCUS NOTES. AVCT.. 426 9T1I N.W.
Attractive Sale of Furniture and Effects
of a well-furnished apart- I
... _ 1 1" T? * I.. TV.
menr, including uprignt riano
and the entire stock of New Furniture
of H. F. McKenny of Alexandria,
\'a., removed to my salesrooms,
426 9th street n.w., 011
THURSDAY, MAY 2, AT 10 A.
M.
Mah. and Oak B. R. Suites, Buffets. Sideboards.
Ex. Tables and leather-seat C-balrs. larjre quantity
of new Linoleums and Oilcloths, rolls <*f Carpets,
Grass and Cocoa Mattings. r?0 Hess. Hull Harks.
Gas Stoves and Ranges, 50 new UinpH. Toilet Sets,
Eti.mel Beds. Springs, Fine Mattresses, and other
desirable goods.
ALSO
tbe effects of a well-furnisher! apartment. Including
Upright Tiano. ap29-2t-3u
THOS. J. OWEN, AUCTIONEEIL ~
BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE
VERY NEAR NEW UNION STATION PLAZA.
THIS SOON WILL BE BUSINESS PROPERTY.
As trustee In bankruptcy of tlie estate of John
Ridout, and pursuant to authority of the court,
the undersigned will sell by public suction In
front of the premises, on THURSDAY. MAY
SECOND, 1907. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., tbe
following described land and premises: Lot 72 In
Joseph It. Johnson's subdivision of part of square
723 of the city of Washington, as per plat recorded
In Liber 19, folio 25, in the surveyor's office
of the District of Columbia, together with the
Improvements tbereou, namely, a six-room and
bath brick and stone residence, known as No. 140
D street northeast.
Terms of sale: All cash over and above a trust
of $2,000, or all cash, at purchaser's option. The
trust can remain on indefinitely and is repayable
to the Perpetual Building Association at $20 per
month, with interest at 0 per cent per annum.
All conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser's
cost. A deposit of $200 required at lime of sale.
Terms of sale to be complied with wfchin 15 days c
from (lay of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves ?
the right to resell the property, at the risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement
of such resale in some newspaper published
daily In Washington. D. C. Title gooa or
no sale. CIIAS. II. ME HILL AT. Trustee.
ap25-8t Bond building.
#<1 AA rtryn /-> ?? < *%.?
ffc.w 1 TilV UAIiljUrt I
FOR MEDICINAL WHISKEY.
THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.. 1
?pS-00t.4 010 F st. n.w.
LOAN COMPANIES.
I lines. it. 80c. 8t. >1.20. 1 wk.. t2 82. 1 roo . >7.20.
Money Loaned Salaried People !
?Dd others, wltbont security; nij payments: I
offices Id C3 principal cities; sue yuurself mooe*
by Kettles my terms first. D. II. TOUUII
Room 506. 833 18th st. n.w. nol8-tf.t
Side Entrance on Dtli st. l'rltate Offices. ]
Momey Matters \
Promptly Settled!.
If you npei! additional money for any business
or personal purpose borrow
if from Hnrnlntr nn niumnmJo ? - M
Watches, Jewelry or Household ^i([ Jjtr^
Goods in Storage at the low rate qj}
Money Loaned Salaried People.
HORNING, 9th & D, ??*? * ,
ap20-18d
Why Pay 10/&
When you can "S) (Tfcf <r\
get it here &f[$t
Honey loaned on Watche,. Dlamonda, Jewelry, Ae.
Established 1870.
H. K. Fulton's Loan Office, ;
814 NINTH STREET N. W.
??23-tf.l?
EFTlffiQIMtE?
00 What you pay the ten ?er center tot
J50 for one month.
^ 11 (nifi What you pay the National for tfcs
*p> u o ?anie Joan.
-j 1>/1 What you sare each month hy dealing
4>oj)#Qj/'^r with the National In preference to tba
an renter. Think \ch*t thof mi.ana if *nn
carry the loan five or aix months. After seeing
inch a comparison it is needless to say anything |
further about our rates. It Is plain tta!* i? ths
most reliable company to deal with. We loan Id i
any amount from ?!0 to $500. Interest in proportion.
Payments to suit your convenif e; dnt <
when !t suits you. No delay. No public ty. No
charee for drawing papers. Loans with other
companies paid up and more monev advaaced.
mtiiimi i@m &'m. si. '
BOOM 41 HUME LIFE lit ILDINU, 1
Northeast |1 JC? (fn Oi>p. Treasury.
Corner 11 ?> IUU <?X VII f 4tb F)oor. .
Entrance on G at. The Only InUeyeu;leut Goaii-ay. I
fe28-28d ]
MONEY LOANED 1
TO SALARIED PEOPLE AT
LOWEST HATES OF INTEREST.
We also loan on second trusts, 11fo Insurance
policios, listed or unlisted stocks, bonds, etc.
Tihe Mafltinal Qsnarsiinites
Fwumd Association,
lU.onis 22-23 Davidson Bid?..
1413 G ST. N.W. Tel. M. 633.
Ja4-tf.l4
IF iOt) BRING XlTlS AD ~
1.88 Msntti for *50;
IS ALL YOU PAY US
Compare the above rate with what you pay natr
and see how much yon give by dealing with as.
We Pay Off Other Companies.
No extra cbarge for preparing papers, etc.
n TT n "77 FT rAn (c^
yu U ll/Z-IEIfflift com-paW- ;
400 COMMERCIAL BANK BL1LUIAU.
N.W. Cor. 14th and U eta.
Kntrauce to elevator, Koa. TUU-7U0 14tb at.
ftl-2Sd I
We Loan Money
?ON?
FURNITURE, rlANOS, ORQANS.
UOKSES, WAGONS. SALAU1KD
EMPLOYES. ANYTHING
t lower rates of Interest tbau any loan company Id
the city, and without any re?l tape.
We are an old established company with unlimited
capital, and private oflices in a large otDca
building.
.Potomac guarantee Loan Co.,
MS F 8T. N.W., ATLANTIC BLDQ^
UOO^S NOS. 21. 23, 24, 2D FLOOJi.
TELEPHONE MAIN 630.
___________ _
FOR MEDICINAL WHISKEY.
THE JOHN YVEDDERRURN CO..
apS-90t,4 <i!G F sf.
EDUCATIONAL
4 lines. It. flOc. 3t. $1.20. 1 ffk.. *2.52. 1 mo.. t7.20.
IN \VA8HIX(irUN.
PKIVATB KANCINC LESSONS. 50e; (il'AK.
waltz, two-stop in 5 lessons to ladies and 7 to
men. Class. $1 mo.; ball room for rent. ?5. Ad- (
dress, with stamped envelope, Box 120, Star office.
mh30-30t*eSu
HALL=NOY ES~SCHO" OCT
Day and night; both sexes; all ages; courses college
preparatory. technical and graded; also private
coaching. Year 'round. FRANCES MANN HALL.
A. M., Trio., 221 E n.w.; 'phone Main 3S77-K. '
no25-6d
The Berlntz School | -23
off Languages, "th,tFrench.
German. Spanish. Italian, English, etc.
Native teachers. Trial lei*rou free.
Special Preparation for Summer Travel*.
aplS-tf
PIANO STUDIO?MRS. OLIVB D. JONAS. 140fl
Hopkins st.. near 20th and P n.w. 'Phone North
43S0-Y. Piano practice and harmony. Half hoars
for children. ap4-30t'
MN.VS BUSINESS COI.LECK. UK.
1/ ?9-t5--A MONTH?$5?$5 Da/.
> Civil Service preparation. NlffeL
Shorthand, T/pewrttiag. Uookkeeptac. Ac
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN MATHEMATICS,
science, languages, mottle; university graduate;
twenty years' experience: literary work revised.
PROF. J.. Station G. Hox 2513. city. felO-'JUt*
Shorthaod <& Typewriting.
We teach Pitman. Graham. Gregg. Barnes aad
the Syllabic system*. T8 to 100 words per mine*
la ISO hours guaranteed. Special afternoon K?
slona for government employes.
STENOGRAPHIC ACADEMY. Colorado bid*.
<eao-tf.il __
PE0FESSI0NAL CARDS ,
4 lines. It. COc. 3t, $1.3). 1 wk., $2.52. 1 mo.. $7.20. I
MMB. J. ESPUTA-DALY
Has returned to city and reopened School of Music
and Physical Culture. 1128 F n.e. Special
rates for summer term. ap24-30t.4
= PALMISTRY."
4 lines. U. COc. 3t. >120. 1 wit- <*52. 1 mo.. <7.20.
XIMH It ITA, TIJ E WORLD'S GREATEST P A Litis
t and astrologer, now holding receptions at
723 9th at. n.w.
Fee. COc. ap!5-20t*
$2.00 PER GAM.ON
FOR MEDICINAL WHISKEY.
THE JOHN WKDDERBtRN . CO..
apS-P0t < ?I0 P st. n.w.
rvDurcc a *rn urninmi
UMJU 1U.V V
"WR MOVK~ ANY T H1N G."
Our facilities for the moving of furniture,
freight, safes. machinery. etc.. are unexcelled.
Our handler* c?*e experienced, and we guarantee
the best service. Heavy hauling done by the |
k?a<l. piece or by contract. Get our estimate.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO..
l>20-022 E st. n.w. Thoue 20. I
SPRING RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
rHOTEL TRAYMOR
ON THE OCEAN FRONT
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
A magnificent ten-story flre-proof additioi
the newest and most up-to-date of Atlantic Ci
of the bed rooms, averaging 15 feet square.
Every room commands sn ccexn view; batl
Class in every chamber. Temperature rerula
steam heating. Telephone in every room. Mus
illustrated booklet.
CHAS. O. MARQUETTE
Manager.
ATLANTIC CITV. X. J.
Hotel Rudolf,T&.
an_and European plans. Seat water baths; private
phones; orchestra. Special spring rates.
ap?U-tf CHAS. It. MY Kits. Owner.
ON THE BOARDWALK
Opposite Steel Pier.
A COMPLETE CHANGE.
Ownerships. Management. New brass and iron
beds. German cooking. Criticism invited. No i
advance in rates. I
HOTEL ISLESWOKHi,
WM. IIY.MAN, Prop. \V. I". GRKF.X. Mgr.
ap2~? :tot.Kt
ilOTKL SIIOUKH AM"
Ocean end Virginia ave. Elevator. Steirn heat.
?un parlor. Private baths. Open surroundinga.
HO up weekly. Booklet upon application.
ap2o-*;ot W. B. COTTgy.
Fireproof Reo Grande,
Vetv York ave. nnd Iteach. Summer ami winter you
find that smooth service, bountiful table ami comfortable
atmosphere: 100 rooms overlook ocean;
elevntor: hot and surf baths: running water in
rooms; $12.50 up weekly. J. 1'AIL lvlLPATUlCK. j
apl4-30t.7
HOTKi7~~goitxELL! ITKXTICKY AYK!7 NKAR
beacn; capacity. 200; steam heat; elevator; j
cuisine anil service unsurpassed; ?pe.-ial spring |
? ? ?!. ? u r nioriv MOitTOX.
HOTEL MONTICELLO".
Atlantic City's finest and most popular hotel at
moderate ratrs. Kentucky Lve. near beach; $10 up
week 1 v. Cap. 300. Booklet. A. C. EKlioLM.
apl-30t.S
THE ST. CHARLES.
Most Select Location on the Ocean Front.
Distinctive for its elegance. exclnsiveness. highclass
patronage and liberal management: orchestra
of soloist". Sea water In all baths. Booklet. rate*,
reservations, etc. Apply to Washington representative.
If. RALPH BURTON, Bond building. Phone
Main 2700. NKWLIN IIA1NKS.
apl?V30t.1Q.
THE LORAINE, XV &
tween two piers. Fresh and sea water laths,
private and public; running water, etc. Special
spring rates. CL'AS. E. WAG NEK.
?pl4-30t-5
" "HOTEL TRAYMORE,
On the Ocean Front.
A magnificent ten-story, tire proof addition bas
been added, making this faraou3 hostelry the newfst
and most up-to-date of Beach Front Hotels.
Bed rooms averaging 19 feet sqrare. and e?ery
room >vim nn open view, nam juim-ut-u. nuu
fresh water. Telephones And cheval glass; music:
spacious solarium; golf privileges. Write tor
Illustrated booklet.
Uba*. O. Marquette. TEA YMOltR HOTEL CO.
Manager. D. ?>. WHITE, President.
apS-2at,15
TheAflbeinniairls, K.lasiXn hi*"
:*las* family house. Capacity. 400. Contains every
convenience. Including elevator, steam heat. spacious
sun parlors, private baths, etc. OflVrs apodal
low rate for April and May of $8. $10. ? 12.f?0 we?*ky;
$2 up daily for steam-heated front rooms, metal
beds, excellent table and attentive white service,
saturdav to Monday, $3.50. Booklet.
apH-30t. 10 r. COPE.
swa onus,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Occupies one-half Fqunre of
unobstructed beach front.
apl5-2rtt.eSu.10 WALTER J. nrZRT.
THE RUNNYMEDE,
Park Place. overlooking the Boardwalk and the
City Park. Open all year. Enjoying an unexcelled
location and equlppeJ with every appointment.
Illustrated booklet.
f*l-90t.eSu-7 Mrs I. McILWAIM.
ilOTKL LAMIJORN.
Maryland avr>. near beaeb. Under new mann**ment;
convenient to piers and amusements; rievator
to street; suites with bath; sun parlor;
spring rates. Rooklot. O. C. MILLER. apO-.'K L.5
* n rr~H u y n n a n ft
UAiLim niAiuiu,
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM.
One of the newest stone, bri<-k an<l steel bulldngs,
with every comfort. Always open, always
eady. always busy. For further information ask
Mr. Foster, 1338 Pennsylvania ave. aplI3-30t,10La
Fontaine, VS""
parlor. Modern appointments. Superior table. $S
up weekly. $1.50 up dally. R. B. PARKER.
apC-30t.4
f he Fredoma,
yea^^ Steam beat, excellent table. Special spring
ratNi G. W. CARMANY.
ap22-30t.4
Chetwoode,;:S-:KA
wtrklr. 72 dully. $3.50 Saturday to Monday.
apl3-?0t.S E. M. DICMl'SKY.
Orairad Atlantic Hotel,
Virginia ave. nnd the Peach. Atlantic City. N.
J. Under entire new management. 350 beautifully
furnished rooms, en suite, with bath; hot aud cold
sea water attached to ail baths. Also public
hot sea-water baths. 'Phones in rooms. Music
nnd social diversions. Terms: American plan,
|2.50 per day up; $12.50 weekly up. European
plan. $1.50 per day up. Garage. CHARLES K.
COPE. Prop., formerly of the Kittutinny. Delaware
Water Gap. Pa. upl2-30t.l2
n_ rnvv _ ._ __ n_ a.
11 irue iremirB Hoars it.
Ocean end Michigan ave. Rooms en suite, with
batb: long-distance 'phones In rooms; elevator to
street. Special spring rates.
apl0-30t.7 WIf.MAM R. HOOD
1MOTEL IROQUOIS, ~
Orcnn end South Carolina ave.: center of attraetlous;
an Ideal hotel for spring guests, ranking with
the best modern houses; capacity, 400; rooms single
or on suite, with private liatb; elevator to street
level; 6tcam heated; extensive heated sun rarlor,
etc.; special spring terms; $10 up weekly; open all
fear: booklet mailed. W. P. SI1AW. I
ap7-SOt. 10 '
.Sotfil CMto
Will Remain Open Throughout the
Entire Year.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. X
100 rooms with private bsths. Whole block oa
tbe ocean (root. In tbe exclusive residential section.
The one botel (or laiarloos comfort with
tulet surround less. Automobile st trains. Booklet.
Golf privileges.
sp3-301.30 J. B. THOMPSON A CO.
' NEW CLARION,
Kentucky ave. Second house from beach. Elerator
Special pprlng rates. Booklet. S. K. BONIFACE.
ap2-30t.4 x
THE WILTSHIRE.
American and European plans. WflKhlagtoa
representative, ii. U. Burton. Bund building.
8. S. PHOEBUS.
mhl0-60t.5 Proprietor.
"HOTEL MORTON,Yirgiuia
Ave. near (be Beach.
Open all tbe year; ocean rlew; ateam Beat: ?no
parlor; elevator to the street level; rooms ea suite,
vltb hot aod cold I s.h; capacity, 2ZQ. booklet
called on application. lira. N. h. UAl.NEi,
taie-lLOt.10
The Colwyn, ""ZZJ'S'SZ
Steam heat; home comforts; $1.23 day up. f;
op weekly. If. C. WAitb'JKTOX.
felT-HUt.4
CHESTER INN, * ?Yc?tc?"Elevator.
Sud I'arlor. 8 trim iirat. lloderit*
llUi. (ftl 001-4) tin. D. KNAUB&.
SIRING RESORTS.
ATUXTK CITY. V. J. _
a has been added making this famous hostelry
ty Hotels. A new feature is the unusual size
1 attached, with tea and fresh water. Cheval
ted by Thermostat, the latest development in
ic. Golf privileges* Capacity, 600. write fcr
TRAYMORE HOTEL COMPANY
D. 8. WRITE Ireiidtnt.
ASBCKY PARK. It. J. __
THE VICTORIA,
Asbory Park. N. J.; 3d and Ocean ares. Only
house open on bench. Suites of rooms with bath.
Booklet. Steam heat; suu parlors. S. KEMi'B.
fe26-tu.th.satf.5
MAI.% K. *
Write for FREE
D1 RECTORY
Maome Resorts
! MalnA fpnfrn 1 ? A-"" ?*
- ?- i- i;, pryi lire, it-iif wnrr^
to find tliem, with description of places. rater,
etc. Coast, lakes, wood*, mountains, tisliiinr. hunt*
I In jr. bathing. boatiujr s**a trips, all summer sjKirts.
j a quiet rest. Pur* air anil water. Hoard varying
from to $100 m week. We direct you to deslM
! nl?le hotels, boarding; ami farm houses, camps and
cottages. Write your requirements to
PA8.SKNC.KIt DKPT M. C. R. R .
j PORTLAND. ME
j COOL I
j j SUMMERS IN
ilCASGO RAY I
-w A A* ? A U U
Portland, Maine.
i
Delightfully situated at head of most ?
l?onnt f t ill t?:?y on A tin lit i?* roust, with over
ii 3(mi isl'tiiiIr: reflned city oio.uoor, health rat-,
ln? Al; pure city water; perfect draimifre; ,
, i clean streets; electric cur equipment uiistir- ,,
passed: auto gri races; aui'de a<-?omtuodations
for tourists; hotels, (Juop Imarding \
houses; furnished cottages on nearby shores 1
and islands f??r rent; or?*an breezes assure
cool days hml restful nights; splendid harbor; 11
excursions down the bay; yachts and I ma s to 1
let; deep sea fishing, with lobsters and clams 1
Pi abundance; finest l? ach bathing; pleasure ' '
parks in suburbs, r? lined, orderly; casinos |
and outdoor theaters. One-day trios inland '
to lakes and mountain*: superh m-ciktv from
filtrltt 1 v iwinlevards: many historical f?*ntur?-v:
1 only !!? hours l y stenimr from N'cw York find
lo liners l?y through I'nllamn: excursion ;i ? * 1
1 d!i all road* and l.oHt?; climatic citndiMoas
make rortliiinl a peculiarly delight fill i ? > >rt
in June and the early fall. For free llluti 1
,, tratrd booklet and detailed information ad- 11
dress M.
r. iuril. SVey Hoard of Trade,
11 Kxch'Ji'.ffe st., Portland, Maine.
11 np21 -Su. tu.t |
n:\.\svi.v\MA.
WHERE YOU CAN CATCH TBOUT.
New Spruce Ga^sm Emm.
Located In the Poconos; n.o?]ern hotel; 21* his.
front IMilln. Booklet. W. J. & M. !>. Price. P. (>.
Canadensis. Pa . Crosco Sta. Lackawanna, It. It.
mh.11 Sq.tu.tb.30t ;
.
TISIT TflB STAft INFORYfl.
TION BnRF.AU. ItOOM 100. fOR
HOTEL CIRCULARS. RAjLBOID
TIME TABLES AND IOLDE**
KB EE OF CHABGBL
I I
MEDICAL.
4 Hoes. It. fiOe. 3t. $1 2a. 1 wk., *2*2. 1 tno._$7 20.
DR.~ F3SK ELGIN,~
Fix port In t routine nt *>t private diseases. . l,r nla
ami acute. li??th sext-s. All ?-<<11^1111ati??u < ?utiitl.
Medicine furnished. Prices moderate. Hours, ? t" 1,
3 to (>. 7 to 4J. 1233 Pa. ave. n.w. 'PUoiie M. lMtt.
mill -'.Kit
\V. T.BALprs. M. P.. PH !?.. <Ji:it\ 1AN S!*Eclallst
on PI wages of the liraln, Nervous System.
Ilcatt. Kidneys. Stomach and other Diseases.
Doctor's service and medicine. $2. Tel. M. 2." 1G.
Hours. 10 to 1. 4 to tt. S.E. cor. Cth snd F u. ?r.
JylO-tf.ti _
Dr. Reed,
SpeccaSnst, 804 II 7tlh Street.
21 YEARS'
Diseases of the Brain and Nervous Syitem. Skin.
Blood, Heart. Stomach. Liver. Kidneys. Rladder.
Nose, Throat and Lungs. Stricture. Varicocele and
Hydrocele cured. No i?n!n. No )c?e of time. Blood
Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary Organ!
romptly relieved and permanently cured hy *af?
methods. Charges low. Free consultation In per* *
eou or by letter. Hours: 10 to 1 and 3 to g; 8un?
days. 10 to L noil! tf 20
$2.00 PER GALLON
FOU MEDICINAL WHISKEY.
THE JOHN YVEDbKItULKN CO..
anS-OM.4 6l<f I-" Kt. n rw.
CLEANERS AND DYEES.
* linos. It. 00r. 31. $1 20. 1 wk.. 12.62^1 mo.. $7.20.
EXPERT bTEAU DYEING AND CLEAN'IM;
first-class altering and repairing; goods called for
and delivered promptly. 'l'hone East 12t?.>.
pll-ftOt N GROSS. 7l!l II M.
riiu'jp~ i7ei>kkkit. mn n s r. n k ; Tiionk
East lOSKI. Satisfactory work guaranteed. Our
wagon culls for and delivers work all over ttia
city. 'Phone us. fe!5 'jot .4
REVOLT IN MONTENEGRO.
Military Government Proclaimed and
Armed Bands Marching.
VIENNA, April 30.?Dispatches received
last night report the outbreak of a revolt
and a grave political crisis in Montenegro.
A military government has been proclaimed
and Premier Tomanovics has tendered the
resignation of the cabinet, which Prince
Nicholas has refused to accept. Armed
bands are reported to be marching on Cettinje.
Serious street fights have occurred f.t
Podgoritza. thirty-eight miles north of
Scutari, and having a population of about
7,000. Several persons are reported to
have been killed or wounded. The militia
has been called out there, and further *
conflicts are feared.
German Tariff Arrangement Soon.
.1 >M1 Tl.. tori FT
.N , rtpm OV. nir JTIV . 1D1UIIUI lu,...
arrangement between 'V United States
and Germany will be disposed of by tho
federal council In a few days. It then goes
to the relchstag, which will take up tho
matter and pass the bill before Its adjourn- .
ment, which has now definitely been fixed I
tor the week before Whitsunday. J
it Is reported that considerable opposition
is developing among the conservative parties
to the feature of the arrangement prolonging
it tacitly if ne ther party denounces
it. The conservatives fear this will mean
an indefinite continuance of the provisional
I arrangement. The conservatives add that
this feature may postpone the con: lusiou
ol a treaty to the distant future.
Wisconsin Chauffeur Fined $1,000.
U't.-vr>KH A Wis . Anrll Sfl.?Edward (VI
Her, a chaffeur, convicted o4 killin? Wilj
llam Dreyer by running him down while
driving an automobile on the night of July
23, 1906. was sentenced yesterday to pay
a fine of $1,000 and costs of prosecution.
If Colfler fails to pay the fine he is to bo
imprisoned In the county jail foj> six ^
months. Collier was found guilty of manslaughter
in the fourth degree. A new
trial wm denied. j

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