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SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
FOR 5 4 I.E.
Vf?ri SAI.F. AT CdJ.I.FjtSE I'AKK. MP., NR1V I
house of s large rooms and bath: cellar: hot !
water heat. slate roof. flP'plmT; i?nf
frmn electric unit steam railroads: lot i
ra*v term*. Price.
HARRY x. wagstaff.
fti?4 14th st. n.w.
lolC SAI .K imiXBiE I'.MIK. MP. NEW
house of ? 2 porches: slate r?>f: cellar;
"ithln feet of electric line. t'nn bo bought
for and up. according to amount of
ground doirfd.
HAItltY A. WAGSTAFF.
f*>4 14th st. n.w.
r??R s\u: in ri;o<?kl.\m>. i>. c.. one op
the most beautiful ho'ivs in this eectiou:
tains n rooms and bath furnace heat: lot 10t?\
1 .".0: built for th" ownvr b'. da> liibor. Price.
ST..V?>.
1IAKRY A WAGSTAFF.
0??4 14th st. n.w.
P?>|| SAI.K YVIM.OW AVK.. TAKO M~A PARK,
nifidcrn homo of 8 rooms and bath: cellar: fur
nace beat: con I and gas ranges; lot 50x130; 3
Miuarcs from <-nr line. Price. $4.0imi.
HAItltY A. YV At 1ST A PP.
004 1 tth st. n.w.
l'??K SALE. EXCHANGE ?>K RKNT TO BI Y
er Peliphtful h?>me, Kensington: attractive in
location. ground*. house inear farsl and prlep.
See or address owner. Mrs. KI'SSEIJa at Ken
sington. this neck.
1 <' It SA1 .E ANIDKAT, ~SP rTp RB \ N HOME IN j
Krookland; attractive 10r. house; large porches;
all city ronTPaletirM: lot 100*150 ft.; apples,
pears, quinces, cherries, ir?h apples in full
bearing: large garden: chicken. Iienses and
runs; mln. walk terminus Brook I and cars.
\tn Icai inc eitv and must sell at once. Apply
P. H. JACKSON, Owner, on premise*. Pis"
Lawrence n e. ?p2<-8t*
H \ VK TWO PINK BARGAINS AT CONGRESS
Heights: one " and one 9 room. C. A.
RliOPES. 1.121 G st. n.w. ap28-3f
PINE SUBURBAN HOME; EXCELLENT FUR
naee; lot I'j0i150; well located In the Pis
tri?-t: house Is in flrst-elHss condition; has J
lnrg?i norcli and fine shad'*; fruit, stable, etc. ,
< >rlv *.".000. C. A. RHODES. 1321 G st. n.w.
?r3S-"t :
XCRE POI LTRY AND PRl lY FARM, 8
room hon>e; fine lawn, shade, outbuildings,
variety fruit, etc.; S minutes' walk cars. Only I
*?: 200. C. A. RHODES, 1321 G st. n.w.
;U>2S 3t
TWO LOTS. 50X250 FT. EACH. 6 MINUTES'
walk northeast from Chevy Chase Club: fruit
and shade; $400 each, cash: owner leaving
city. Address Box 46. Star office. ap27-3t*
l'<?R SAI.B TO COIiORED PFJOPLE. BUILDING
lots tn Hillsdale. with lumber sufficient to erect
house; will aid In building. Men with regular
pay only need apply. Room 14, 472 La. are.
ap27 .'tt?
FALLS CHURCH, VA.-11-ROOM HOPSE NEW
ly renovated; 4 acres: fine water: fruit: tennis
court: beautiful lawns; large barn. YVIII sell
or exchange for citr property at bargain.
OWNER. 306 Pth st.. Room 8. ap27-3t*
1 (?R SALE-ON EASY-TERMS. LOT IN NOBT11 -
west suburbs, all improvements, or owner will
build to suit purchaser, on monthy payments.
Address Box 245. Star office. ap27-3t
PUR SALE - ~~
THE HEART OF CLARENDON.
NINE ACRES.
BEAUTIFULLY' SITUATED ON GRADE
264 PEETY ABOVE THR POTOMAC.
TWO ELECTRIC CAR LINES.
ONLY R MINUTES FROM GEORGETOWN.
SCHOOLS. CHFRCHES. STORES AND
POST OFFICE.
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE SUBDIVISION
PROPERTY OPT OP WASHINGTON.
FOR PRICE SEE ME.
P. J. YVALSHE. 1336 New York. st*.
ai>2.>-?o,.1t
ROSEMONT.
this new suburb of Washington has been
planned by Its owners as a complete modern
residf-m-e section. No subdivision in or near
the District of Columbia ran excel it in the
combined advantages of accessibility, elevation,
drainage, gas and wat"r supply, granolithic
sidewalks, sewers, desirable restriction# and
reasonable prices.
Three handsome dwellings completed aod
?eld: plans prepared for six more to be erected
at once; tii?h-cla*8 In every respect. High, dry
and healthy, with magnificent Tiew of the aur
rounding country.
The Rosemont Development Company, Incor
porated, will sell a lot with all abovo men
tioned Improvements, 50x130. for $750 (leas
than 12c per square foot), and erect thereon a
dwelling according to jour plans, payable on
reasonable terms.
Write for Booklet. FREE CAR TICKETS
iinon application at office of th? company?409
Metropolitan Bank building, 613 15th st. n.w.,
Washington. D. O. ap22-90t
CHEVY CHASE.
THE 'SUBURB BEAUTIFUL" OF WASHING
TON.
No other part of the District of Columbia can
compare with it for cither the present or the
future.
A purchase there constitutes both an inveat
ment and a speculation, as values there MU8T
advance. Highest point on Connecticut are.,
with Its resultant cool breeaes and healthfal
air. The approach is good, and always will be.
Car service is excellent. There are ehnrch,
acbool and store facilities, water, sewer, gas,
electric lights, telephones, macadamized
? rreets, granolithic lidewalks, (hade trees,
parking, etc.
Prices ranging from 2V per sq. ft. to 42c
Ser sq. ft., aeeordliyc to location. Eighteen
"uses costing about 1100.000 now In courae of
construction and plana are being prepared for
as many more.
For plats, prices attd particulars seo
TII0S. J. FISHER A CO. (Inc.).
738 15th at. n.w.
Phone M. 6830. After 0 p.m. call Main 6746-Y.
ap21-tf
FOR SALE NEW 8EVEN-ROOM HOUSE.
Woodslde, Md.: near school, churches and elec
tric cars; corner lot. 79x200; modern con
veniences: shade, garden, etc. Price, 14.400;
easy terms. Applj owner. Dr. CALDWELL,
1309 9th st. n.w. apl7-tf
ATTRACTIVE AND COMPLETE COUNTRY
HOME of 5 acres: 12-motn cottage; all modern
conveniences: outbuildings; handsome lawn; fine
?hade; shrubberies; plenty of fruit; 8 minute#'
walk to B. and O. R. R_ atatlon at Laurel; 24
minutes' ride to Baltimore. 22 minutes to
"Washington. This property ia In excellent con
dition, and will be sold at a aacrifles. Address
H. G. OPEN'W A LP. Laurel. Md. ap!6-30t
C0I/?RKP PEOPLE. BUT A LOT AT SOUTH
KEXILWORTH. D. C.. and have your house
bullt on monthly installment plan. Applr BER
NARD G. BROWN. 627 Colorado building.
spl4-tf
FOR SALE?FINEST LOTS IN TAKOMA PARK;
near electric and ateam car lines; water, sew
er and gas; cheap; on eaay terms. J. P. EARN
EST. Trustee. 328 4fr st. n.w. a?l-tf
FOR SALE-ON EASY TERMS-HOUSES AND
lots in I^ugdon, Mr. Rainier and Brentwood.
Will sell lot and furnish the money to btfld.
I. J. RAKKR. Owner. Station K, D. a
mh31-30t*,4
BEAUTIFUL fi-ROOM HOME; REC. HALL;
lot 50x200; small stable; garden; large porchea;
cellar and attic; two blocks to steain and trol
ley ronds; high elevation; flowers: lawn; house
Mihsidcd; 92.500; $1,000 cssh. $22.50 monthly,
inc. Int.; adjoining lot, 50x200, $200.
20 acres, ten clear, ten In wood; 200 frnlt
trees bearing; 6-room house: large stsble;
poultry honse for 400 hens; buildings nearly
pew; ten minutes' walk station, six ml lea Cap
itol; $.'{.400; terms.
GEO. C. WALKER. Hyattaville, Md.
mhCfi ?Ot
FOR SALE LOTS-CITY IMPROVEMENTS. CITT
water, city sewer, city gas. Rsra combination,
enburban and city advantages, in beautiful
Wisconsin Avenue Psrk. on car line, in D. C..
I?et. Conn. ave. and Wisconsin ave.; 10c per
foot and np. Also splendid pebble-dashed 9
roota house: slate roof, hot-water heat, gas,
etc.; easv terms.
H. F. MANDLER CO. (Inc.),
T/vtlr for Red Arrow Sign. 702 11th at. n.w.
mh20-eo.tf
ir YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PROPERTY,
country or suburban, to buy or sell, aee us or
send for bulletin.
MARION DUCKETT ft SON. 686 F a.w.
fe20-90t-4
FOR RENT.
land: garden; well on iiorcb: chicken home;
half block from ear line. Rent. $10 month.
Hp20-3t* R. COLTON LEWIS, Vienna. Va.
FOR RENT AT FOREST GLEN, EIGHT-ROOM
house; hath; large corner lot: near care-$25;
vacant June 1. JOHN T? KNOTT, 818 F st.
ap2R-3t
FOR RENT OR SALE-HOUSE. 8 ROOMS,
bath, ga*. water, aewer; cellar: slate roorf;
near curs, steam, electric; 1 fsre; best loca
tion, Oak are.. Takoma Park, Md. A. R. COL
BURN. Law Office, 42t> 5th n.w. M. 1123.
?p27-3t*
FOR RENT?8-ROOM HOUSE: A.M.I.; LARGE
lot; tine shade, etc.; Rockville electric road.
?P24 lit J. H. MILLER. 1304 F.
1Y>R RENT-OR SAIJB?IN 8UBPRB8. NEAR I
steam and el?ctrie cars, furnished house of $0 |
rooms; double porchea around three si deb;
larg?. shady gitmnda: good water.
mh23-tf JOHN T. KNOTT. 818 F at
WANTED.
\\ \VTED?ONE .TO FIY'E ACKF.S, EA?*T Ol
VHeNn"ng. within half mile of eWtrlc m
,ine Address, giving location and pr^ ,
I \sWORTIL 1W6 7th at., city. - '
FARMS.
I-lit SALE TO CMNRK ESTATE. A FARM OF
Km acres at B"the*da. Md.; 3 1-4 miles from
eiectrlc road: lo room house and outbuildings;
high state of cultivation. This farm nnwt be
wld hi once. Anv reasonable <>ff<*r will be
accepted. Call or address CYRUS K EISFJt,
Bcthesda. Yld. Telephone Cleveland 11-R.
ap2l-.1t
Hilt SALE AT \RDWICK. MD.. 10 ACRES
?.f clean-d land near two railroads; a very
desirable tract.
Apply st 8ft2 11th st. n.w. ap29-3t*
NORTHERN VIRGINIA
FARMS AND COUNTRY HOMES
NEAR WASHINGTON.
Loudoun and Fairfax Co. farma a specialty.
A H. BUELL,
Herndon. Y'a.
ap24 lot Send for new spring list.
FOR RENT ? FARM OF ABOUT 60 ACRES
within four mile* of Wiehlngton: well watered;
house of lo rooms; necessary outbuildings. A.
D ADDISON. 808 17th at. Js4-tf
WANTED?FAEMS.
1 HAVE A Nl MBER OF CLIENTS SEEKING!
farms In northern Y'lrglnla. 100 acrea and up
ward. Ownerv wisb'.ns to sell please send de
scription n'd price as oulcklv as possible.
cr AI PP. G. STEPHENSON. Herudon, Va.
fe!7 SCi.1
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTKHXOON.
ADAM A. WESCHLElt. AUCTIONEER.
Cliancen* Sale of Valuable Vacant
Lot on Southern Side of Massa
chusetts Avenue Between 9th
and 10th Streets Northeast.
Suitable Site for Small Apart
ment House or May Be Sub
dvided Into Three Building: Lots
By virtue of * decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia passed 1u a certain
cause therein pending, known as Moore et vlr
sgslnst Douglas ef si., being No. 3f>26"> In equity,
the undersigned trustees will sell st pnbllc hiic
tlon. In front of the premises, on THURSDAY.
THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OK APRIL. ll?>9.
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. all of original lot
eight (S) In square nine hundred and forty-one
(041). In the city of Washington. District of
Columbia, fronting fifty-pine feet four inches,
more or leg*, on Massachusetts svenue by an
average depth of abont ninety-one feet. contain
ing .r>.417 square feet, more or less.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money In cash and the balance in two equal In
stallments at one and two years, deferred pay
ments to bear Interest at 6 per cent and to be
secured by the notes of the purchaser and a deed
of trust on the property sola, or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser. Conveyancing and re
cording at purchaser's cost. Deposit of $200 re
quired at time of sale. Terms to be complied
with In fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
trnstees reserve the right to resell, at cost and
risk of defaulting purchaser, after fire days'
notice of such resale In The Evening Star.
HENRY E. DAVIS. Trustee.
Jenifer bnildin?.
GEO. FRANCIS WILLIAMS, Trustee.
apl7-dftd.?.eSu Metropolitan Bank bulldins
yniiuTpays.
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. INC.. Al'CTS., 1407 G ST.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF AN UNDIVIDED HALF
INTEREST IN VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. NOS. 1718. 1720 AND 1722
F STREET NORTHWEST.
By Tirtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded
in Liber No. 2831. at folio 232 et seq.. of the
land records of the District of Columbia, the
undersigned will offer for sale at public auction,
in front of premises, on MONDAY. THE TENTH
DAY OF MAY. 1000 AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M..
the following described real estate, situate in
the city of Washington, In said District. viz.:
All the right, title and Interest of Arthur A.
Alexander, being an undlTided one-half Interest,
subject to the life estate now rested In Rebecca
Alexander. In and to original lot numbered thir
teen (13) in square numbered one hundred and
seventy (170). together with the Improvements
thereon, consisting of one 1-story brick dwelling
and two 3-story brick dwellings, known as Nos.
1718. 1720 and 1722 F street northwest.
Terms: One-third cash; balance In equal in
stallments at one and two years, with Interest
at 5 per centum per annum, payable semi an
nually. from the day of sale, and secured by
deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, j
at the purchaser's option. A deposit of $250
will l>e required at the time of sale. All con
veyancing and recording will be at the pur
rh'aser's cost. Term* to be complied with within
ten days, otherwise the trustee reserves the
right to resell at the risk and cost of the de
faulting purchaser.
NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. ffor
merly the National Safe Deposit. Savings i
and Trust Company) of the District of Co-1
Innibia. by WM. D. HOOVER, President.
ap24-dts.eSn Trustee.
THOS. J. OWEN & -SON, AUCTIONEERS.
Trustee's Sale of Vaflua=
ble Reall Estate, Fronting
.25 Feet on Penna. Ave,
S. E., Improved by Two
Two=story Frame Boisa=
raess and Residence Bu51d=
nogs, with Frame Stable
on Rear, SStuate No. 320
and 322 Penna. Ave. S. E.
Bt virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded In Liber 2460, folio 10 et s.q,, of the land
records of the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the party secured thereby, the under
signed surviving trustee will aell at pahlie auc
tion, In front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
THIRD DAT OF MAY, A.D. 1909, AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following-de
scribed land and premises, sltnate In the city of
Washington, District of Columbia, atad designated
aa and being all of lots 7 and 8 In Wlllougfchy
and Mattlngly, truatees', subdivision of lota In
auare numbered 780, as per plat .recorded In
ber No. 10. folio 12S. of the records of the of
fice of the aurveyor of the Dlatrlct of Columbia,
together with the Improvements.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
moner to N? paid In cash, balance In two equal
Installments, payable In one and two years, with
Interest at 6 per centum per annum, payable
semi-annually, from day of ssle secured by deed
of trust upon the property sold, or sll cash, at
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $250
will be required st time of ssle. All conveyanc
ing, recording, etc., at coat of purchaser. Terms
of sale to be complied with within fifteen days
from day of sale, otherwise the surviving trustee
reserves the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, sfter Ave
daya' advertisement of suen resale In some news
paper published in Washington, D. C.
AARON S. CAT WOOD.
ap21 -d*da.eSu Surviving Trustee.
IVALTER B. WILLIAMS ft OO., AUCTIONEERS.
CRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE THROB
STORY BRICK DWELLING AND TWO
STORY REAR BRICK STABLE, NO. 807 4ft
STREET SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of s certain deed of trust, duly re
rorded in Liber No. 2051, folio 95 et seq.. or the
and records of the District of Columbia, and
it the request of the party secured thereby, the
principal of the indebtedness secured by ssld
leed of trust being ovegjue. the undersigned
trustees will sell, st public auction, in front of
he premises, on TUESDAY. THE TWENTIETH
DAY OF APRIL, A.D. 1909. AT HALF-PAST
FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described
Isnd and premises, situate In the city of Wash
ngton. District of Columbia, and designated as
Lbe north nineteen (19) feet front on 4% street
>y the full depth of original lot numbered
thirty-five (35), in square numbered four hundred
ind ninety-eight (498), together with the im
provements.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
noney to be paid In caah. and the balance In
two equal Installments, payable in one and two
rears, with interest at ? per centum per annum,
payable semi-annually from day of sale, secured
sy deed of trust upon the property sold, or all
-ash. at the option of the purchaser. A depealt
>f $200 will be required at time of aale. All
conveyancing, recording, etc., at the coat of pur
chaser. Terms of ssle to be complied with
irltbla fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
tlie trustees reserve the right to resell the prop
erty st the risk snd cost of defaulting purchaser
ifter five days' advertlaement of such ressle I*
tome newspaper published in Wssbington, D. C.
8. C. WILSON.
J AS. F. OYSTER.
?p0-dftds.eSa Trustees.
CFTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UN
Tni MONDAY. APRIL TWENTY SIXTH. 1009.
same hour and place. By order of the truateea. ]
ap20-dftda,eSn
CTTHB ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UN-I
TIL MONDAY. MAY THIRD. 1P09, same hour]
and place. By order of the trustees.
ap2?-dAds.eSu
PUBLIC SALE AT LAUREL, Ml).. OF HAND
SOME DWELLING PROPERTY. LARGE I
STORE, ETC.
We will sell to close up estste of Charles F.
Shaffer, jr.. his lste residence (fine large dwell
ing and lot. all modern conveniences, outbuild
ings, etc.). the large Phelps ft Shaffer store and
other property on MONDAY, MAY THIRD. AT
THREE P.M., at late residence. Laurel. Md.
Terms essy. CHARLES F. SHAFFER,
CHARLES H. STANLEY.
sp2<-7t* Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROYED REAL ESTATE. ON SOUTH SIDE
OF CIRARD STREET BETWEEN SHER
MAN AVE. AND 11TH ST. N.W.
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded In
Liber 1806, at folio 270 et seq.. of the land |
records of the District of Columbia, the under
signed surviving trustee will offer for sale, at
public auction, in front of the premises, on
TUESDAY. THE FOITRTH DAY OF MAY. 1909.
AT FIVE P.M.. the fbllowln* land In the Dis
trict of Columbia, to wit: Sublot 10. In block
13. in Todd and Brown's subdivision of parts of
the tracts of Isnd known as "Mt. Pleasant"
atwl "PlesSsnt Plains." as per plat recorded in
IJber Levy Court No. 2. at folio 24. of the rec- |
ords of the office of the aurveyor of the District
of Columbia, subject, however.' to the right
granted to the District of Columbia by deed re-' I
corded In Liber 14JM1. at folio 820, of the land
records of aald Diatrlct. of constructing snd
maintaining s sewer through said lot.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
In cash, and the balance In one and two years,
with Interest at fltj., payable semi-annually, and
secured by deed of trust on the property, or all
cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit
of $lf*> to be made at the time of sale. All con
veyancing, recording, etc.. to he at the pur
chaser's coat. Terms to be compiled with within
fifteen dsys from the dsy of sale.
V?ANK T. RAWLIVOS.
ap24-d*ds.eSu Surviving Trustee.
ADAM A. WEKCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRI'STEBS' SALE OF THREE STORY BRICK
DWEU.ING NO. 130 11TII STRELT SOUTH
EAST.
By virtue of s decree of Supreme C^nrt of Dis
trict of Columbia, In eqnlty No. 27014. we. the
nnderslgned trustees, will sell st public auction.
In front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
THIRD DAY OF MAY. A.D. lOOO. AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed land and premises, sltuste in the city
of Washington. In the District of Columbia, and
dealgnated as snd being lot 35, square 989. to
gether with the Improvements, constating of 10
room brick dwelling.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash, and the balance In
two equal Inatallments, psyable in one and two
years, with Interest at xjlx per centum per an
num. payable semi-annually, from day of aale,
secured by deed of trust upon the property sold,
or sll cssh. at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $100 will IVe required of the parcbsaer
st the time of sale. All conveyancing, recording
and notarial feea at the cost of the pnrchsser.
Terms of sale to be compiled with within fifteen
days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees re
serve the rieht to resell the property at the rlak
and cost of the defaulting purchaser, sfter five
daya' advertlaement of auch resale In The Even
In* Star, s newspsper published in the city of
Washington. D. C
WILLIAM M. H M.I.AM.
458 Lsuilsliutf are. n.w.
TRACY I. JEFFORDS.
Columbian building.
spZS-ri&ds.eSu Trustees.
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW.
ADAM A. WESCHI.Kn. AUCTIONEER.
Attractive H2=rooinni and
| Bath Brick Dwelling No.
111246 Md. ave. n.c., by Aiac=
tion.
On FRIDAY A PR If, THIRTIETH. 1?0??. AT
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. I win offer for sale by
public auction. In front of the premises, lot 30.
In J. H. Ruscher's sul'divlsion of lots In square
10O". Improved by three-story and bsseroent
brick dwelling. containing 12 rooms and hath.
T?rm?: Snbject to a deed of lrust for $3,500.
balance rash, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $200 required at time
of salt'. AH conveyancing and recordinr at pur
chaser's coat
ADAM A. WESCHLER. Auctioneer.
ap21-dAds.eSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. {
Receivers' Sale in Bankruptcy of
the Entire Contents of the Ver
mont Cafe, No. 620 Pa. Ave.
N.W.. Including Chairs, Coun
ters, Fixtures. Coffee and Hot
Avater Urns, Crockery, Cooking
Utensils, Etc.
By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of.
the District of Columbia holding a bankruptcy
court, in re William IT. Sail', bankrupt. No. 60S.
the undersigned recovers will sell, by public
suction. within the above premises, ori FRIDAY.
WRIT, THIRTIETH. 1900. COMMENCING AT
HALF-PAST TEN A.M.. the entire contents, in
eluding Chairs. Tables. Counters. Coffee and Hot
water Urns. Steam Table. China Closet. Celling
Funs, Cigar Case. Ice Boxes and Refrigerators.
Crockery. Glassware. Cookinsr Utensils, etc., etc.,
Terms cash. CHARLES F. DIGGS.
412 5tt) st. n w.
JOSEPH SU.OMON.
Columbian bldg..
ap27-3t Receivers.
Ft'TI RE D A VS.
ADAM A. WE6CHEEr?, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF AN ATTRACTIVE
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NO. 109 MARYLAND AVE.
NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated the
10th day of March. A.D. 1906. and recorded
among the land records of the District of Colum
bia. in I.lber No. 2992. folio 371 et sen., and st
the request of the holder of the rote secured
therebv. we will offer at public auction, in fror.t
of the premises, on MONDAY, THE TWENTY
SIXTH DAY OF APRIL. A.D. 1909. AT TTAI.F
TAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed property, situate In the city of Washing
ton, District of Columbia, to wit: All that cer
tain piece or parcel of land and premises known
and distinguished as and being lot numbe.-ed
forty-four (44) In Maurice Ijuiphelroer's sub
division of lots 111 square numbered seven hun
dred and twenty-seven (7271. as per plat recorded
In Liber 20. folio 167. of the records of the offlce
of the surveyor of the District of Ooiumbia, to
gether with the Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the balance to
be paid in three equal Installments, respectively.
In one, two and three years, secured by a deed
of trust upon the property sold, with Interest,
payable semi-annually, at the rate of 6 per cent
per annum, or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser. A deposit of $200 will be required at
time of sale. Sale to be closed In fifteen days
from day of sale; otherwise the property will be
resold at the risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser after five days' advertisement in
newspaper published in Washington city. District
of Columbia. Conveyancing at cost of purchaser.
CLARENCE B. RHEEM, Trustee:
ALEXANDER T. HBNSF.Y, Trust**,
a pi 3 d&ds.exSu 727 15th >t. n.w.
t7'IIIK ABOYE SALE IS POSTPONED UN
TIL WEDNESDAY. MAY FIFTIl, 1909. at the
some hour and place.
CLARENCE. B. RHEEM. Trustee.
ALEXANDER T. 1IEN8EY, Trustee.
ap26-d&ds.eSn
WALTER B. WILLIAMS fc CO., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THREE 5TTORY RIUCK
DWELLING NO. 605 THIRD STREET
NORTHEAST.
By vlrlne of a certain deed of trust recorded
In Lilier No. 3028. at folio 33 et acq., one of the
land records of the District of Columbia, we
shall sell in front of the premises, on WEDNES
DAY. THE FIFTH DAY OF MAY. A.I) 1909,
at FOIR FORTY FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. lot
82 of Campbell's subdivision in square 778 of the
city of Washington, as In Book No. 20, at page
178. of the surveyor's offlce of said District.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In one
and two years. with interest at si* per cent per
annum, payable semi-nnnually. $200 required at
lime of sale, and the purchaser allowed ten days
from date of sale to complete the purchase.
CHARLES F. BENJAMIN. Trustee.
ROGER T. MITCHELL, Trustee.
*p3R-d4td?.eSu
TRUSTEES' SALE OF DESIRABLE LOTS IN
HILLBROOK. D. C.. OPPOSITE BENNING
RACE TRACK.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded in Liber 3040. at folio 496 et seq., of the
land records of the District of Columbia, snd at
the request of the holder of the promissory note
secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will
sell at public auction lots 26, containing about
8,622 square feat, and 27, containing about 6,758
square feet, in square 5077. in the subdivision
of Owen's tract, called Hillbrook. in front of the
premises, on WEDNESDAY, MAY FIFTH, 1900,
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.
Terins will t>e ann<funced at time of sale.
JUSTIN MORRILL CHAMBERLIN,
WILLIAM D. CLARK, Jr..
Trnst^fl
MARCUS NOTES. Auctioneer. ap24 dftrts
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES HALE OF VALUABLE THREE
STORY RRIUK DWELLING. NO. 2111 PENN
SYLVANIA AVENUE NORTHWEST.
By virtue of ? certain deed of trust. d?lv re
corded in I.lber No. 27'i6, folio 249 el seq., of the
land records of the District of Colnmhia, and at
the request of the party secucfd thereby, the un
dersigned. by virtue of power vested In him as
sulwtitnted trustee, will sell at public auction, In
front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE TENTH
DAY OF MAY. A.D. 1909. AT HALF-PAST
FOUR OCI/?CK P.M., the following-described
land and premises, situate In the city of Wash
ington. District of Columbia, and designated as
and being lot 10, according to Waters' plet of
subdivision of lots in square 74. said lot being
more particularly described In said deed of trust,
together with the improvements.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase monev
to be paid i*i cash, balance In two equal Install
ments. payable in one and two years, with inter
est 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 purchaser. A deposit of $200 will
be required at time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of
sale to be complied with within fifteen days from
day of sale, otherwise the substituted trustee re
serves the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five
days' advertisement of such resale In some news
paper published in Washington. D. O.
ROBERT E. RRADLRY,
ap2B.dftds.eSu Substituted Trustee.
THOMAS D0WL1NG * CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
612 E st. n.w.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY'S SALE OF UN
CLAIMED FREIGHT.
On TUESDAY. THE EIGHTEENTH DAY OF
MAY, A.D. 1909, AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M.. tfce
Adams Express Company will sell, without re
serve, In t?e auction rooms of Thomas Dowllng
ft Co., 612 E st. n.w., Washington, D. C., to pay
charges, about 600 packages, comprising an as
sortment of trunks, valises, boxes, packages,
etc. AI1 psrties concerned will please take
notice.
Terms cash, and no lot will on any account be
delivered during the time of sale.
THOMAS DOWLING & CO.. Aocts.
?plS-dts.eSu
C. G. SLOAN A CO. (INC.L AUCTS.. 1407 G ST.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE SITUATE AT THE INTERSECTION
OF NEW CUT AND RIDGE ROADS. NEAR
CONDUIT ROAD. CONSISTING OR 15 35-100
ACRES. MORE OR LESS. IMPROVED BY
FARMHOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS.
By virtue of a certain deed of truat recorded
In Liber No. 2U40. at folio 298 et seq., of the
land records of the District of Columbia, the
undersigned will offer .for sale at public auction.
In front of the premises, on TUESDAY, THE
ELEVENTH DAY OF MAY. 190?, AT FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described real es
tate. situate in the county of Washington, in
said District, viz.: Paris of the tracts of land
called "Whitehaven'* and "Harlem." contained
within the following metes and bounds, viz.:
Beginning for the same at s corner which is the
beginning of said tract called "Harlem" and run
ning thence with the south line of John A. Bar
ber's part of "Whitehaven," north seventy-eight
and one-half (78'.j) degrees east. flftv-two (52)
perches to the west side of New Cut road; thence
with the west side of said road the four follow
ing courses and distances: North fifty-five and
I hree-fourths (55n4> degrees west, twenty-five
(2St perches: north forty-eight (48) degrees west,
fourteen fit) perches; north fifty-three (53> de
grees west, five <f,i perches, ami north sixly
seveu (671 degroes west, to Intersect the north
west line of the parcel conveyed by Barber to
Thurston by deed recorded among the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia, in Liber A. I.,
folio. 396: thence south fifty-Bve (55) degrees
west to the western corner of said conveyance,
and thence still continuing on the same "course
twenty-eight (28) perches to the western corner
of the land conveyed by Thurston to Slye by
deed recorded among said land records In IJber
W. B. No. 6. f"lio 468; thence with the south
west line of said last conveyance south twenty
fire (25* degrees east, forty-five and one-hwlf
<45'^) perches, and thence north seventy-one (71)
degree^ east to the place of tieginntng; EXCEPT
so much of above described land as was conveyed
to the United Stales of America by Frederick
Wetxel and Margaret Wetzel by deeds recorded
among said land records In Liber No. 1779, folios
t? and 71. resjiectlvelv; subject to the right
granted the District of Columbia bv Margaret
Wetxcl by deed recorded among said land rec
ords in Liber No. 1752. folio 363. to construct
and maintain water pipes through a portion of
said laml.
Terms: One-third cash, balance In equal In
stallments at one and two years, with interest
at five per centum per annum, payable semi-annu
ally from the day of sale, and secured by deed
of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the
ptirchaaer'a option. A depoait of $300 will be
required at the time of sale. All conveyancing
mid recording will be at the purchaser's cost.
Terms to be complied with within ten days,
otherwise the trustee reserves the right to re
sell at the risk and coat of the defaulting pur
chaser.
AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST COM
PANY. Trustee.
By CHARLES J. BELL. P-esident.
Cor. 15th st. and Pa. ate. u.w.
\ttest: JAMES U. HOOD. Secretary.
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AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
A y.\M A. WESCHLEIt, AUCTIONEER.
TRI STKE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAI. ESTATE. NO. 182S NINTH STREET
NORTHWEST. ? f!
Bt virtue of a ilwrcv of the Supreme Courtor
the' District of ColumhU In equity cause >??
27124 I will offer for sale at public: tuctWD. "J
front "f the premises, on FRIDAY, THJ,
SEVENTH PAY OK MAY. 1W9. AT FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M.. lot numbered two hundrw ??
tbirLy-ninc <23?> in T. F. Schneider s subdivi
sion of lots In square three hundred and sixi
two (3?2?. In the city of Washington. Dismcr or
Colnmbia. as per plat recorded ini the olBce or,
the survevor of said District, In Liber Sc Ten teen
i lTi. Ht folio sixty-eight t68), subject to right or
way for allev purposes oTer rear "if*** ,:V J\\
of "said lot. Improved by commodious brick resi
dence. No. 1*2* Ninth street northwest.
Terms: One-third cash and balance in one ana
two years, to he represented by notes of pur
chaser secured by deed of trust on property sola,
or all cash, at purchaser's option. ^onveysnc
ing and recording at purchaser's coat. isxes-i
rcnta. interest and Insurance adjusted to aay or
sale. IVposit of $100 required of purchaser
Terms to he compiled with In twenty days from
day of sale or property resold at risk ?no cost
of defaulting purchaser. Sold subject to incum
brance. amount of which will be announced
?ale W. W. MILLAN. Trustee. I
ap26-<iids eRn Columbian building.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
To Close an Estate. Ad=
ministrators' Sale of Val=
Estate on Tunlaw Road,!
Containing 20.31 Acres;
Also Un am proved Real Es=
teate on S Street and Back
Street, West Washings
ton, D. C.
Ily virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, holding a Probate
Court, in re estate of Henry Kengla. deceased,
the undersigned administrators d. b. n., e. t. a.,
will offer for sale by public auction. In front of
the respective premises, ou THURSDAY, THE
SIXTH DAY OF MAY, A D. 1009, the following
described real estate, situate In the county of
Washington. District of Colnmbia. to wit:
At HALF-PAST THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. the
eastern one-third of lot 223 In sauare 120 In
Besttv & Hawkins' addition to Georgetown, now
in square 1290 in the city of Washington, front
ing 2P. feet 4 Inches on 8th (now S St.) and
running back that width 150 feet (unimproved),
boinp on the north side of S St. between 33d and
34.U FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lots 2?2. 203, 201,
205 with Improvements, and south 52.40 front
of jot 20?; by full depth, arid 299. in square 131,
in Beattv & Hawkins" addition to Georgetown,
now known as square 1301 in city of Washington.
IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER 20.31 acres of
land on Tunlsw road and Arlrona are.. described
as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner
of Beatty &. Hawkins' addition to Georgetown,
thence north S6* 12'"west. 1.202 fe<* to the east
line of Arizona ave.; thence with the east Una
of Arizona ave. south fi9 21' west. 734.60 feet;
thence north 86* 42' 30" east. 1.556.33 feet to
the' west line of Beatty & Hawkins' addition to
Georgetown; thence north 23* 56' west. 610.50
feet to the place of beginning, together with the
improvements thereon.
Terms: One-third cash, balance In one and two
vears, with interest from the day of sale at 6
per cent W7c) per annum, payable semi annpally,
secured by deed of trust on the property" sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. Title
piod or no sale. A deposit of $500 on the Tun
law road property and $100 on each of the other
parcels required at the time of tale. If terms
of sale are not compiled with In fifteen days
from dav of sale the administrators reset-re the
right to "resell the property at the risk and coat
of the defaulting purchaser after fire daya ad
vertisement of such resale In some newspaper
published in the city of Washington. District of
Columbia. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at
the purchaser's cost.
v WILUAM K. QUINTF.R,
416 Bib *t. n.w.,
MICHAEL J. COLBERT.
412 5th at. n.w..
Adminlstrafors d. b. n., c. t. a.. Estate of
Kengla. debased. gpZb-dgfli'>g
ADAM A. WESCnLER. AUCTIONEER.
CHANCERY SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ES
TATE.
Rv virtue of a decree passed In the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, in the case
of Jovce vs. Joyce. No. 28072 In equity. I will
sell at public auction, in front of premises, mi
MONDAY. THE TENTH DAY OF MAY. 1900,
AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing described land and premises, situate in
the District of Colombia, lying and being south
of Hamilton road (now Alabama avenue), adja
cent to the lands of J. K. Edwards and Charles
Shlplev. containing two (2) acres of land, said
land being the same conveyed by James Joyce
and Martha Joyce, his wife. "
Jovce and Joseph Joyce by d~d dated AprlllO.
1R07, and recorded May 10, 1897. in IJber 222*..
folio 35. of the land records of the District of
CTermaa'of sale: One-third of the pnrchsss to
be paid in ctsb and the balance in two (2) ejiual
installments, payable one and two r?ars from
the day of sale, and to be represented by Hi*
promissory notes of the purchase^ with Interest
at the rat* of six per centum (6%) per annum,
parable semi-annually, and secured by deed of
trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser. $50 deposit required at
the time of safe. Good title or no Bale. All con
vevances. notary fees and recording atpurchaa
er's cost. Terms to be complied with within
15 days or trustee to advertise and to sell at the
purchaser's risk and cost.
WM. HINTON HOLLO WAY, Trustee,
sp2S-d&ds.eSu Columbian hnlldlng.
Chancery Sale of Very
Desirable Site for Subdi=
vision on Broad Branch
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the' District of iY>lumbia, passed, in cause of
Morrow vs. Morrow, equity No. '74 docWct 61,
we Hhall sell on TUESDAY. THE ELEVENTH
DAY OF MAY. 1000, AT FIVE O'CLOCK IV
THE AFTERNOON, on the premises, the whole
of the well known Frank Morrow tract of 18
acres more or less, lying on Albemarle street
and Broad Bratich road, opposite to Rock
Park a short distance north of the Carnegie liv
stUute. being thst part of resurvey of New Seat
fullv described In I.lher No. 15.>7. at folio 303,
of the land records of the District of Columbia,
and platted as parcel 57-8 on the assessment and
taxation books of the surveyor's WBce of said
District. . ,.
The convenient slr.e. choice location and rapid
growth in value of this tract make the approach
ing public sale one of the most desirable oppor
tunities offered to the suburban investor or
operator. _ , ...
TERMS OF SAI.E: One-third rash and bal
ance in equal installments on or before two and
three vesrs. with Interest at 5 per cent per an
num. parable semi-annually, secured on the prop
erty, or all cash, at option of the purchaser. De
posit of $500 required at time and place of ??le.
Purchaser allowed fifteen days for examination
of title at his own expense, and thereafter tno
purchase to be completed within ten days arter
final ratification by the court.
H. ROZIER DULANY, Trustee.
1320 F st. n.w.
WILLIAM McK. CLAYTON, Trustee.
506 11th st. n.w.
THOS J. OWEN & TSON. Auctioneers.
ap28-dAda.lnSn .
ADAM A. WBSCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Chancery Sale of Valua=
Ible Improved and Unim=
proved Real Estate, lo=
cated between 28th and
29th Streets and Q and U
Streets, containing ap?
proximately 1112,858
Square Feet off Ground
:and Improved by Large
Brick and Frame DweI3=
|5ng.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the*District of Columbia, passed In equity cause
No. 28<i82. we. the undersigned trustee*. will
sell, at public auction, in front of the premise*,
on TUESDAY. THF. FOURTH DAY OF MAY,
A.D. 1909. AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P M , the following described real estate, situated
in that part of the city of Washington, District
I of Columbia, formerly called Georgetown, to wit:
All that portion of the certain lot or square* la
Georgetown formerly known as Mackall Square,
' and now designated as squsre No. 1284. which
still belongs to the estate of Louis Mackall,
senior, deceased; thst Is to .say. all of said
square excepting those portions thereof hireto
I fore sold and conveyed, the part remaining and
now to he sold being described as follows, to wit:
| Beginning for the same at a point In the Une of
29th street distant sixty (60) feet from the "north
west corner of said square: thence southwardly
with the line of 29th street 464.68 feet, more or
less, to a point 155 feet distant from the south
west corner of said square; thence eastwardly at
right anglea to said 2?th street 120 feet: thence
southwardly parallel to 2?th street 35 feet;
thence eaatwardly parallel to Q street to a point
distant 110 feet from 28th street; thence norb
wsrdly parallel with 28th street 30 feet; thence
eastward!* parallel with Q street 110 feet to the
line of 28th street; thence northwardly with 28th
street 469.52 feet, more or less, to a point 60
feet from the northeast corner of said square;
thence westwardly parallel to D (Road) street
239 54 feet to the beginning, containing approxi
mately 112.858 square feet, being the same
property mentioned and referred to in said decree,
and being Improved by a large brick and frams
dwelling.
Tertna of sale: One-third of the purchase
money In cash, and the balance In two equal
annual Installments, payable in one and two
veara after date of sale, respectively, with In
terest at six per cent per annum, payable semi
annually. said deferred paymenta to he evidenced
by purchasers' notes ana secured by deed of trust
on the property sold, or all cash, at the option
of the purchaser. A deposit of $800 will be re
quired of purchaser st time of sale. All con
veyancing. recording and examination of title at
cost of purchaser. Term" of sale to be compiled
with within twentv days from day <if sale.
DOUGLASS S. MACKALL. Trustee.
Metropolitan Bank building.
HENRY S. MATTHF.WS. Trustee.
1 sj-21 dids.eSn 1413-15 G st. n.w.
AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS. FUTURE DAYS
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At Sloan's Art Galleries, f
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1407 Q St. Near U. S. Treasury, |
Washington, D. C. ?
Fy
I The Richardson Sale!
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I Desirable Household I
i
I
I Furniture and Decorations
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? Comprising the appointments and effects from the home of
? Mr. FRANK A. RICHARDSON, in Vermont ave., SILVER |
% PLATE. ETC., FOR ACCOUNT OF MR. GEO. BOYD. X
? ADMINISTRATOR, LIBRARY PAINTINGS, ORNA- %
? MENTS, FURNITURE, CURIOS, etc.. from the Hosmer. |
? Pattce, Iluske, Williams ami other estates, the whole form- |
f ing A MOST ATTRACTIVE COLLECTION, all to be sold *
?f* at PUBLIC AUCTION within our rooms, >
| No. 1407 G Street,
l 'Wednesday, Thursday and Fri=
| day, May 5, 6 and 7, 1909,
t At 11 A.M. and 3 P.M. Each Day. j;
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On public view Monday and Tuesday, May 3 and 4,
X from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. ?!?
A V
Catalogues mailed on application to 3
& C. Q. SLOAN & CO., Inc., Auctioneers, 1407 Q St. |
A ?p29-tf.*Su V
4.
$
Catalogue Sale at
Mendelsohn's Art Gallery, j
Valuable
Artistic Property
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To Be Sold by Order of T
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Mr. Samniiuiel Weinroth
Of 618 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5,
And Following: Days at 11 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Oo Free Public View
Monday and Tuesday, May 3 and 4, 1909.
Catalogues will be mailed on application. \
t A. MENDELSOHN, Auctioneer,
1 l!4(0!9=U41111 New York Avenue N.W.
X * Opposite Bond Building.
4? apl'fl-Ot t
ADAM A. WESCFILER. AUCTIONEER.
CHANCERY SALE OF TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING, NO. 1022 34TH STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed in equity cause
No. 27600, the undersigned trustees will sell at
public auction, in fmnt of the premises, on
MONDAY. TUB TENTH DAY OF MAY. A.D.
1006, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,
the following-described real estate In the city of
Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: All
that part of lot I in Peter, Beatty, Threlkeld atid
I teak ins' addition to Georgetown, now known as
square 1183, in city of Washington. District of
Colombia, and being the northern half, more or
less, of the land conTeyed by Charles H. Payne
and wife to Thomas Faulkner atid William Sim
mons by deed dated October 4. 1854, and record
ed in Liber J. A. S.. No. 88. at folios 83 and 84.
one of the land records of the District of Colum
bia, more particularly described as follows, to
wit: Beginning at a point In th?* west line of
34th (formerly Frederick) street distant southerly
70 feet from M (formerly Bridge) street and run
ning from thetice with the west line of 34th
street south 37.45 feet to the center of a nine
inch wall between bouses Nos. 1020 and 1022
34th street: thence with the center of said wall
west 33 feet to the west line of the land con
veyed by the a bore-mentioned deed: thence north
with said west line, to a point 70 feet south of M
street; thence east and parallel with M street 33
feet to the west line of 34th street and point of
beginning.
Terms of sale: One-third eash. the balance In
one and two years, with interest at six per cent
per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of
sale, secured by deed of trust npon the property
sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of $100 required at the time of sale.
All conveyancing and recording at the cost of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with in
fifteen davs from day of sale.
CHAS. T. HENDLER, -
v Fendall bnilding,
JAMES B. ARCHER, Jr..
458 La. ave. n.w..
a p29-d&ds.eSu Trustees.
ADAM A WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. LOCATED CORN Ell
TWELFTH AND E STREETS SOUTHEAST. ,
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded In Liber No. 3157, folio 3&4 et soq.. of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
we, the undersigned trustees, will sell, at pub
lic auction. In front of the premises, on SAT
URDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF MAY. A.D.
1909. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following
described land and premises, situate In the city
of Washington. In the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being part, of lot 6 tn square
10J9 of the city of Washington, beginning for
the same at a point on 12th street east 34
feet north from the northeast corner of Penn
sylvania avenue and 12th street, running
thence due north 72.8 feet along 12th street
to the northwest corner of said lot; thence east
along the north line of said lot 68 feet: thcnce
south parallel with the east line of said lot
74.9 feet to the south line of the part of said
lot conveyed by William A. Donch et al. to
Mary A. Biegler by deed dated September CD.
1905, and recorded in Liber 2879. folio ISS;
thcnce west along said south line to the place
of beginning, together with the improvements,
consisting of frame dwellings.
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 centum per annum, pay
able semi-annually, from day of sale, secured
bv 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.
Terras 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
Ave days' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in the City of Washington,
D. C.
(Signed) J. CLINTON TRIBBY,
?Signed) C. R. BAILEY.
ap29,30. mylto8 Trustees.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS ft CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THREE-STORY BRICK
DWELLING NO. 720 SIXTH STREET
NORTHEAST. CONTAINING NINE ROOMS,
CELLAR AND BATH.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust recorded
in Liber No. 3077, at folio 879 et seq., one of
the land records of the District of Columbia, we
shall sell In front of the nremlaes. on WEDNES
DAY. THE FIFTH DAY OF MAY, A.D. 1009,
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., lot 23 of the subdivi
sion by Morrie heirs in squsre 833 of Washing
i ton, as in Book No. 10. at pace $5, of the sur
veyor's office of said District.
Terms of sale: One-tbird cssh. balance In one
and two yesrs. with Interest at six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually. $200 required at
time of sale, and the purchaser nllowed ten days
from dste of ssle to complete the purchase.
CHARLES F. BENJAMIN. Trustee.
ROC.ER T. MITCHELL, Trustee.
ap26 <lftd?,cSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable Saloon
Business at Xo. 742 2d Street
Northwest.
By virtue of a chattel deed of trust duly re
corded in Llber 3008. folio 124 et seq. of the
land record" for the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell at public auction
within the above premises f.n TUESDAY, MAY
rorn. 1000. at eleven o'clock a.m.. the
valuable saloon buslncaa. Including stock in trade
furniture, fixtures, lease, license and personal
property mentioned In schedule "B" attached to
said trust .
Terms: Cash. A deposit of $500 required at
time of sale. Terms or sale to be compiled with
when signatures for transfer of license bare been
obtained and arc ready for filing with the ex
cise board, or right la reserved, to resell at risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser, after fire days*
advertisement of such resale In some newspaper
Sublished in Washington. D. C. All conveyanc
ig and trausfe' at cost of purchaser.
ALEXANDER H. HELL,
FRANK P. MADIGAN.
ap29-d&-dbs Trustees.
THOMAS J. OWEN A SON, auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF DETACHED DWELLING,
NO. 2927 MACOMB STREET, CLEVELAND
PARK.
By Tlrtue of a deed of trust, recorded in Liber
3006. at folio 40ft et acq., one of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia, the undersign
ed trustees will ofTer for sale at public auction
In front of the premises on MONDAY. THE
TENTH DAY OF MAY. 1000. AT FIVE O'CHIOK
P.M.. the following described land aid premises
situate In the District of Columbia, known and
distinguished as and being part of lot numbered
one <1) In sqnare numbered two thonsand and
eighty-two <20H2> In John Sherman and others'
subdivision of part of "ClevclaMd Park" aud part
of "Connecticut Avenue Addition to said-park, as
per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor
for the Dlatrlct of Colombia, in Liber county 21.
at folio 6. beginning at a point In the north line
of Macomb (formerly Milwaukee) atreet. two hun
dred and thirty-five <235i feet west of the west
line of Connecticut avenue; thence east along
said north line forty-five Ji5> feet: thence at
right angles, north ninety-five i9fi) feet; thence
west and parallel with t>ald north line forty
five 143) feet, and thence south to beginning.
Terms of sale: Property sold subject' to a
prior Incumbrance of $5,000, particulars of wjil h
will be stated at time of sale, balance of pur
chase money Is to be paid In cash. *A deposit of
$150 to be made at the time of sale. All con
veyancing. recording, etc.. at the purchasers
cost. Terms to he compiled with within fifteen
dars from the date of sale. ?
WILLIAM K. HILL.
1333 G street northwest.
SAMUEL ROMS.
11th and G streets'northwest.
ap29-d&ds,exSu Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN & SOX. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. LOT 30. BLOCK
31. PETWORTH ADDITION TO THE CITY
OF WASHINGTON. LOCATED ON SOUTH
SIDE OF QUINCY ST. BETWEEN 7TH
AND RTH STS.
By virtue of a certain deed of truat duly re
corded In Liber No. 3u0t>.' folio 436 et mh?.. of
the land records of the Dlatrlct of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
underalgued tru*teea will sell, at public auc
tion. In front of the premises, ON THURSDAY.
THE SIXTH DAY OF MAY. A.D. 1WW. AT
FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed land and premlaes. situate In the eounty
of Washington, Dlatrlct of Columbia, and desig
nated as and being lot numbered In the
Washington Loan and Trust Company, trustee's,
subdivision of block numbered thirty-one t31). In
"PETWORTH ADDITION to tUe CITY OF
washington." aa per plat recorded In County
Book 9. page 12. In the offlce of the surveyor
of the District of Colombia.
Terms of sale: To bo aold subject to a first
deed of trust of $5ft0; balance cash; or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of
$200 will be required at time of sale. All con
veyancing, recording, etc., at cost of purchaser.
Terms of sale to be compiled with within 10
daya from day of sale, otherwise the trustees re
serve the right to resell the property at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement of such reaale in some newa?a?cr
published lu Washington. D. C.
CLAUD LIVINGSTON.
HEBER L. THORNTON. Trustees.
ap29.-difcda.eSB .?
adam A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
? -
Black Shetland . Pony,
Cart and Harness, by
Auction,
In front of my salesroom. 920 l*a..ave. n.w.,
Saturday, at 12 O'Clock Noon.
ai?29 2f " adam ?. WESCHLER. Auct.
AUCTION SALES.
Kl'TCftK l)AVS.
ADAM A. Utt?TU.EIt. AUCTIONEER.
Larjjc and Attractive Sale of
Household Furniture. .Mahog
any Antique I'ieccs, Brass Beds,
.Matting, Rugs, Etc.. by Public
Auction \\ ithiu Mv Salesrooms,
O-O Pa. Ave. X.VV.,*
SATURDAY. MAY i. loin
mencing at 10 OX'lock A. M.f
in Mahnganr Antique Piec. s. <1
All brass K(<?!?., Enameled ? Iti-<|*. Kim- Oak ^ide
J-.ar?l? Kiionsion Table., Dlnlnc Room ?:h?ir?.
Jlrcurn, <"hl(Toii|(-r?. Wardrobe. Parlor' Kurnl
Machines, Mirror*. IWln. l.aurn
/? wl ?"*?r.h < hufrs and Rocker*. Kitchen
? abinet. Organ. Co-carts. l>rop Light*. M??rrl>
' -arprts. Rug*. Matting.
I wkt r.r. Ntoves. etc.
At 12 O'Clock Noon.
Horse. Surrey and Harness, bv
Order U. S. Marshal; Black
Shetland Pony. Cart and Har
ness, 1 lorscs. Surreys, Wagon
ette. Buggies, Runabouts, Top
Delivery \\ agon. Miscellaneous
Carriages, Harness. Etc.
JSV*- ADAM A *???.
ADAM A. WESCHI.EI!, AUCTIONFER
For Sale to Close An Estate.
MCH llxoi-l4NGv- J.'- ROoMs BATH 2027
II fcTREKT N.ttAND 8-ROOM Kit A M V
with bath no 71%
TIETH STREET NORTHWESt AVD TVV...
story brick carpenter ann pain 1*
BEAK'. KRONT1NG ON THE ALLEY LNTni
a^Z * w"" ?f. tb,:,.u"t wlu of * Brr^m.
deceased. said will being duly recorded in the
offlce of the register of wills, in the District <f
11! , ""dersigned. m executor ?n.l
trustee win offer for i-ale at pnhlic imt'na lu
5?"* ,??' the premises on TUESDAY. THE EI.EV
LNTH L>A^ OI MAY. A.D. lOW KT f'|\v;
O CLOCK P.M., the follow in* described piece or
p?r,'t'' land and thr Improvements thf-r-on
?f orlilMl lot numC^*
eight ?H>. In sq-iare numbered one hundred *ud
one (101). fronting twenty t20) feet on H slreei
northwest, by the full depth of said lot. Im
mediately thereafter T will offer for sale hv
auction In the front of the premises the norm
fourteen (14t feet nine <fti Inches fmnt on 20th
"treet, by the depth of one hundred and fortr
three <H.5> feet ten (101 Inches to the public a'l
?T" . D. fc<I,,ar^ numbered one hundred and twen
ty (120), together with the Improvements there
OH.
Tenna: One-half cash and the balance in two
equal Installments, payable In one and |w?
years, respect 1 rely, after sale, with Interest
thereon at the rate of six ifti per cent, parable
semi-annually, until paid, or all caata at the
option of the purchaser.
A deposit of $200 required irben sale Is made
a full settlement to be made bv the purchaser
within twenty days from day of sale, or the de
posit will be forfeited and propertv resold ut
the risk and cost of the purchaser. Ta*es. rents,
water rents and insurance to be equitably a.I
justed to date* of ??!<?. All con Trancing. iv
??ordlng and notary fees at the cost of the pur
chaser.
>W>JCJ ? GEOROB W LINK INS.
ipJO-n&ds.ciSu Kiocutor and Tru*tea.
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc.. AUCT'S. 1407 G XT
Tile Contents of a Vermont
Avenue Residence. Lot of Fine
Office Effects, Goods from Local
Hotels, Private Homes and Stor
age Houses, to be Sold at Auc
tion W ithin Our Rooms, 1407 G
Street, Saturday, May First,
1909, at 10 A.M.
t
Several upright pianos. Mason A Hamiio or
gan. large aire; brass bedsteads, fine davenports,
parlor suites and odd pieces, couches, lot bote!
draperies. trunks, satchels, case*, etc., from the
Raleigh Hotel: cabinet*, chiffoniers, sideboards,
extension tables, dining ebatr*. china close is
folding beds, roll and flat top desks, office chairs
and tables, show cases, wicker chains and aettees
porch shades, oak and other chamber aaltea and
odd pieces, mirrors, plcturea. toilet aets. refrIt
erator?, stores, ornament*, books, kitchen roods,
ete.,
AND AT 12 M..
Coop* rock a way, harness, broagbam, etc. ?
Terms, cash. 5?
_9- SLOAN * CO., Inc., Atn-tloneer*. '
?p29-2t
EDUCATIONAL.
IN WAgHllfGTOHf.
CInP?r?^?JIC?_1*REPABA,nojr *"<>* 8TBNOG
AND CSN8US BM
PlyOYER SATTBPAOnOV OP ABANTBKD
JiJ?5M?TISiLrRKK- stRatbr's BesrNwa
COUJOR 11TH AND r gT8. ap*l-6d
FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL?12 PRIVATll
lessons or classes; easj method t? prononar*
w?. ? onderstand: summer tcrou
^BUD'HOMME. 814 &d. irt, B.w.
apS-lm.eSu.4
CENSUS EXAMINATION.
Prepare at the Temple 8cWool of Shorthand aa?
Typewriting. H17 G st.
ap3 o0t,4 Day and eveulpg clsaaes.
Stenograplhiic Academy.
COI/1RADO BUILDING.
Day rales, $7.50 per month; nijht, 98 0A. Indl
?Idual Instruction. Complete course li Pitman
f^r:.t?nr;KP^,?0: 8TlUblC- 3V
type^ rftipg. I oaltlnnt niaranto#d. mhSO 7i!
HALL- ~ "
\r/-\\rT7n ywr Sept. 28. Boti andl
I\U I E.O trlrU. 0 a.m.; adult?. 7 pm.
school. TSSt;,w;"1
Cat a locoes.
Phone Main 8877. FRANCIS MANN HALL,A.II..
setrff Prln.. 221 E st. n.w.
MEDICAL.
DR. FISK ELGIN,
Kxpert Id treatment of private dtaeasea, ehreale
? ad acute. Both sexea. Consultations cosfldea
.lal. Medicine furnished. Prices modarats. Hours,
? to 1, 8 to 8. 1233 Pa. are.; phono M. 1819.
feS-OOt*
Dr? Reed,
Specialist, 804 17th St.
"yn VP AO c* sfcrEPSEUL
? trtl,N0 PRACTICE IN
DlseaacH of the Rraln and Nerroua System, Skin,
Blood, Heart, Stomach. Liver, Kidneys, Bladder.
-Nose. Throat and Lunys. Stricture. Varicocele
and Hydrocele cured. No pain. No loaa of time.
Blood Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary
orvana promptly relieved and permanently caret
Sea re methods. Charges loir. Free consulta
>b in person or by letter. Hoars: 10 to 1 aa#
8 to ?: Sundays. 10 to 1. ae21-tf.20
Dr. Shade,
SPECIALIST. 728 13TH ST.
WASHINGTON'S OLDEST SPECIALIST.
38 YEARS' PRACTICE TREATING NERVOUS
AND CHRONIC DISEASES: also atomach.
lungs, asthma, catarrh, appendlcltla. liver,
heart, tldneve, bladder, stricture, dlachanea.
general debility and special weakneaa: blood
and akin diseases. Special and prlrate all
menta of both aexea cured qulcklr. Conanlta
tlon free. Hours: ft to 4; Tuesday and
Saturday nlrhts. 7 to 8; Sundays. fl:30 to 10:8U.
Chandler building. Elerator and phone.
de4 IfiOt*1?
PHYSICAL CTTLTURE.
COURAGE ANT) MANLINESS INSTILLED IV
your son hy our eratem of th** manly art; Sst.
morning boxing class for bora und?r 13; dsaa
sole, t and limited. THE MILLER INST. OV
PHY. CULT.. 1 SI3 New York are. Phone M.
8820 Y fe!4 OOt.O
healtFmoveicekt.
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH; NATURAL,
non surgical; clorh-bound. 400-paje book f.-ee.
Apply by mall. 91? Colorado building. Free
lecture for women. Tuesday. 3 p.m. ja!2-tf,4
Colonial Wars Society.
Plans have been completed for the fifth
annual church service of. the Society of
Colonial Wars of the District of Colum
bia. to be held in St. John's Church, 16th
and H streets, next Sunday at 4:J3
o'clock p.m. The service *111 be under
the direction of Rev. George Freeland
Peter, chaplain of the society. The ser
mon will be preached by Rev. Roland
Cotton Smith, rector of St. John'a. The
members of the organization have bevn
requested to assemble in the parish hall
adjoining- the church at 4 o'clock and
proceed thence in a body Into the church.
They will wear the insignia of tlie so
ciety.
Lecture on Longfellow.
"Longfellow, the Poet and the Man,**
will be the subject of a free lecture by
Mrs. Marian Longfellow O'Donoghue in
the Public Library lecture hall the even
ing ot May 3, beginning at 8 o'clock.
The lecture will be given under the aus
pices of the California State Associa
tion, and the Maine Society will co-oper
ate. that state being the birthplace of the
great American poet. The public Ima
been invited to attend the sara^*

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