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THE EVENING STAR
TTTli SWTDAT I20FNING EDITOR
iiinssaOSis.-ltli 3tre?t -jic i'tnc.j'Ttnit Amut
The Evening Stai Nswspajwr Company.
T21.0DCBE W NOTES Prsslicni.
New York Offlce: Tribune Building.
Chicago Office: First National Bank Building*
F.renin* Star, with the Standi; morning: edi
tloi is dHlvfred by cirrleri. on fhoii own ?. count,
within the city nt AO cents per month: n-lth.mt the
fc>uu.l?\ morning edition at 44 cents per mouth.
TIt mail, postage prepaid:
Dally. Sunday included. one month. AO rents,
f>a!lT. Sunday excepted, one month. 50 cents.
Saturday S:ar, one year. $1 UO.
bund ay Stir, one year. $1 60.
Pages 11=8,
p)e Mwnina
Part 2,
WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907.
To rcach all the peopla
in Washington all the tinia
advertise in The Star.
MOORE & HILL, Inc.
MOORE & HILL, Inc.
The Best Real Estate
Offers Seek Outlet
Through This Office.
Every list we publish "is published with a iull
knowledge that the values are important enough to
find immediate acceptance. We get control ofwhat's
"good" because owners know that the thoroughness
with which we will exploit a good proposition will leave
no chance for its lagging.
From a buyer's standpoint this office offers every
attraction. For not only are our lists made up of
good values, but they are lists that are equal to any
demand for a house from $1,000 or so up to a hun
dred thousand or more. Make it a point to consult
us about Real Estate.
We'll Rent Those Vacant Houses.
We make a feature of the renting and manage
ment of property. We'll manage your property eco
nomically. We'll rent it to desirable, prompt-paving
tenants, and remit rents to you promptly. These are
features to be considered when you place your houses
with an agency.
We Want More Houses to Rent.
Perhaps you have just the property vacant that
is sought by some of our patrons. Let us have the
particulars about it, and the chances are all in favor
of our finding a tenant without delay. No use let
ting the property remain unprofitable when you have
the means of making it profitable.
Have Us Manage Your Property and
Collect Your Rents.
MOORE & HILL (Inc.),
1333 Q St. N.W.
Headquarters for Everything in Real Estate,
1303 G N.W.
BLUNDON, O'BRIEN & BELT, INC.
1303 6 N.W.
Foor Sold This Week.
TWO LEFT. $4,850 EACH.
ADAMS ST, N. W.
(JUST EAST OF FIRST STREET).
OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY.
SPACIOUS I.AWNS 2~ FEET DEEP. LOTS 140 TO ALLEY.
GENUINE 1 )AK wood used throughout ENTIRE house.
\ feature ami an important advantage over any other houses
now in the marki t REGARDLESS OF FRICE. Compare the
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?ja< and mantels with ill >se 111 $10,000 houses, you'll be ?
surp: !?> find t'resc superior. Six large rooms (we mean real |
1 - . reception hall; tiled, decorated bath; concreted cellar; fi
vt-T ants' t<>ilet; instantaneous hot-water heater. "Detroit Jewel" jjj
j^;i- range. F.ack porch to second floor constructed of GEORGIA f
FINE. WHAT YOU CRITICISED IN OTHER HOUSES IS
I.At KING HERE.
TWO LEFT?LOOK AT THEM SUNDAY.
1303 6 N.W. BLUNDON, O'BRIEN & BELT, INC. 1303 6 N.W.
Randle Highlands;
CAPITOL OF U.S.
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|:r, i,. V4*' on *:sk11 iu<<n', l.lj i.tvnients.
S?-n I ft tint wn?l i?r'? ??* ?v:?X fr?* autouio
Ml? !?? ?? tr iircL?rty. Go out and see city
sitrt*a<i
KK.tl.TI rtiMI'AXY.
711? st . 1-x! a\??. JL Pa. ?*e. o vr.
jvs/o t'lrerufii'? Insurance HulltUr.jg.
su!7 tf
Valuable
Corner
Residence
?with large lot; splendidly lo
cated, faring circle in Le Droit
i'ark. Central hallway. Spe
2?^$7,500
ThosJ.Fisher&Co.Jnc.,
1414 F St. N.W.
??o" nr.28
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I THE BEST I
NS THE CHEAPEST I
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? 135. 139- 148 and 152 Flagler S
street, S
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S -116, 118 and 122 Quincy street,
1 WEST I
1 ECK1NGT0N. I
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2 Squares East North Capitol St.) 5
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413 RM
We invite you to examine
?jj these splendid new houses, g
? which fulfill every require- ?
3 ment of the ideal modern jS
H home. If you are looking for
3 QUALITY you will find it in ?
S these houses. In material 3
S and workmanship they are 3
5 far superior to any houses of S
S a similar kind you have ever 3
| seen.
They contain six large g
3 rooms, reception halls and |
3 modern tiled baths; unusual- 1
g ly large closets and pantries; S
beautifully decorated; hard- 3
wood floors; plastered eel- g
8 lars; very best HOT- ?
3 WATER HEATERS; nice 3
g yards; 20-ft. paved alleys, g
?! No prettier location in the g
g city. Our carriages are at
3 your service.
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Prices From
$4,800 to $5,250.1
EASY TERMS.
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Open Every Day. |
N.L.SANSBURY,
EXCLUSIVE AGENT,
7119=211 J3th St. N.W. i
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HURRAH!!!
Disgruntled Landlords Beg for Mercy.
But we will still continue to do business in our own way
and help those who try to help themselves.
TO OIVE AN HONEST DOLLAR'S WORTH IS OUR MOTTO. TO BUILD HOUSES AT PRICES AND
TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER IS OUR BUSINESS.
We have many testimonials from those we have helped. Why not Join the lucky ones, pay less rent
and own your own home in a few years?
Last Saturday we told you we had 7 sold and 112 left==
Today We Have Ten Sold aod Eight Left.
In a few weeks they will be all sold and not any left.
So you see"delay is going to prove fatal. Come to see us today, for wise men say tomorrow is very
uncertain.
JUST LOOK!
Not One Dollar Down.
These houses have six rooms, reception hall, tile bath and vestibule, furnace heat and electric gas
lighter; located in Petworth, corner of 9>th and Sheppard and 7th and Upshur. Take BrigMwood cars
to Sheppard st. They are open for inspection.
Our proposition will certainly fascinate the most careful home=seeking people of the District. Kind=
8y allow us an interview and we will promise to make terms to suit your income. Our automobile is
at your disposal. You have oniy to write or 'phone us.
EMT.G.-SPITZE?, Owner.
70 and 77 Home Life Building,
15th and G N.W. 'Phone 585? and 58511
COMMUNICATION received to
day from an out-of-town owner
enables us to announce what is
absolutely THE BIGGEST
VALUE, dollar for dollar, ever offered in a
house in CLEVELAND PARK. His in
structions authorize us to cut price to a
figure that for lowness is without precedent.
The property has everything you want in a
home, a beautiful house, spacious porches,
trees in plenty, expansive lawns, choice situ
ation. See us quickly. It is too good to last
long.
MOOBE & HILL, Inc.,
1333 6 Street N.W.
If You Will Pav Rent
J
Why not pay it on your own home?one
purchased on the easy payment plan?
Those we are offering at
$3>35o
at the northeast corner of
14th and G Streets Southeast
Can be had for a few hundred dollars down
and the remainder monthly. j
Nothing ever sold in the southeast j
at anything like the price equals them in j
value and attractiveness. j
They have 6 rooms and every desir- j
able feature. See them for yourself.
They Are Open All Day Tomorrow.
MOORE & HILL, Inc.,
1333 G Street N. W.
Headquarters for Everything in Real Estate.
| Fourteenth St. Northwest *
| Interests mi g Facts About Saul's
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A < A
y Lying just north of Columbia Heights and Mount Pleasant,
II in a finely elevated location, amidst environments of unusual
X natural beauty, is SAUL'S ADDITION to the city of Washing
|i* ton. Here is presented a rare combination of city and country;
? a beautifully Iaid-out subdivision, with macadamized streets, ce
ll* ment sidewalks, sewers, gas, electricity and every city conven
ience, yet commanding views distinctly rl.ral. This is not an iso
'j* lated situation, reached by circuitous routes \vi+vt annoying
X changes of cars, but is directly on. the 14th street car line, with
? a three-minute schedule to the heart of the city. The improve
ments are of the highest character and the restrictions arc such as
X to insure the same class of buildings in the future. No lot is less
X than 40 feet in width and not more than one house can be erected
?j? 011 any lot, and 110 undesirable building of any kind will be per
)? mitted on the property. The natural trend of the city's growth
is northward, and a line projected due north through the most im
portant residential section will pass through SAUL'S ADDI
TION, which lies between 13th and 16th streets northwest. No
| other subdivision has ever made such rapid and substantial prog
ress in so short a period. A large number of lots have been sold
and many handsome homes have been erected and occupied,
while others are in process of construction.
'i Considering the numerous attractions and intrinsic merits of
'j* this property, the developments here are certain to be more ex
? tensive and the enhancement in value greater than in any other
section in the vicinity of Washington.
To secure choice lots selections should be made at once.
Branch Office on Property.
I N. L. SANSBURY, 1
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? Exclusive Agent, X
I 719=21 13th St. N. W. f
$4,950.
Only 3 Left.
?% NEW HOUSES. FINE LOCATION. ft
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Just cast of North Capitol at. A through street anil one of the prettiest in this de
slraMe section.
Buy a Home Here
'if AND YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE.
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.?I These certainly combine every desirable feature of a Modern bouse, many not
31 found elsewhere.
ARRANGEMENT THE 11 F.ST:
First tloor?Parlor, p'oeptlon hall, dining room, pantries and large kitchen (in
eluding new patent cabinet).
-)[' Second floor?Three sleeping rooms and tiled bath. Kxceptionally larg?- root i?.
X Fourteen closets; double tear porch; cemented cellar under entire hourte; #? -ifir
anteed furnace, with hot-water attachment. Hardwood finish tiist th>or. C*?M>d fr??ut
:)$: and rear yards, and wide i>a\ed alley.
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No. 33, Sample House, Open Till Dark.
FRANCIS A. BLUNDON
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FORMERLY PRES. RLUNDON, O'BRIEN & BELT.

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