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SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
FOB SALE.
I OFFER MY COUNTRY ~PI.A< 'E. T? \KM< >vr
Mrt. (opposite Washington Grovei; construction
th?' finest; contains )? large and bright rooms
and bath: largo dowels; equipped with ninuinj;
water and acetyieno gas plant: largo stablif:
tared well; fruit trees and vegi'fahlo gartl"n:
large lawn, well shaded for pa'tlenl^r* and
price apply CHARLES H. WKATBH, 1416 F. "
m.v24 tf.*
BKAI'TIFl L lioMK. KfNStM;i<iN. MD.': 2
acres, 12-rootii house: a.tu.l.; wind pump: sta
We: fruit, chad'*; l>oth' eloctr'c and steam ear*.
Price. $11,000; ?-asj- term*. B >x K4. .Star
oifiee. my24-3t*
FOR SALE ON THOSE. BBAUTlFI'L ANT)
healthy highlands uu the Great Fall* apd Old
Dominion electric rallroafi: 5-cent farv to any
part of W*?hinjrton .?It.**: <nily at?>ut 20 min
utes" ride; Thi acres for KJ.Vi per aere; 14 acres
for $25o per aere; 10 *<jre.s for $15t) per aere.
ami 10 one-quarter-ai-re lots for $15*1 per lot;
X>> i>er cent off for cash.
JAMES E ' [.KMKNTS,
1406 G ?t. n.w.
niy24-.3t* Phone Main HiSO.
TOR SA1.E-IHBUC AV CTlON SATFRDaT
May 2ft. p.m.. on the premises, beautifully
located lot containing 56.'*>0 feet, 100 yardsj
from Alexandria county courthouse. For par
ticular* address W. G. COLLINS, A ttorney-at
Ux. Clarendon. Va. myK-ttt*
12-ACRE TRICK FARM. ,\ K?r IIOCSE. ON
water front: ?teaml>oat landing; $1 ooO; terms:
also lots and camping sites. McGIIIfv KU
5jb n.w.. phone Main "into. raytl-St
y;> ACRFS\ rtU, MILES <11 T. ON R.R. AND
trolley; Just risbt for subdividing; w-511 ex-j
change for city property: $200 per acre.
McGHIE. 935 5tli n.w., phone Main 70t)o.
my23-3t
IF TOr A RF INTERESTED IN PR01"ERTY.
COUNTRY OR SUBURBAN. TO BUY OR SELL.
SHE rs OR SENT) FOR BULLETIN.
MARION DUCKETT A SON. 635 F N.W.
my22-Pot.4
TAKOMA TARK~~BARGAINS.
Prices based on true value?not possible future
Increase.
THIS HOUSE READY FOR YOU?OPEN
SI NDAY.
PRICE $4,750.
No. 49 Chestnut St.. Takoma Park. D. C.,
near electric cars. Has all modern improve
ments -newly nainted. insiri.> and out?near new
District school?large grounds? fruit and shade
trees?picture does not do house justice.
IF YOU WANT A SFBIRBAN HOME SEE
ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
My time and automobile at your service.
T hare a number of attractive nouses for sale
at Takoina Park and other aubnrhau sections.
Prices range from $3,000 to $10,001). Houses
ha.vo all modern conveniences?large grounds?
abade.
L0TS-F0R SALE-LOTS
AT
TAKOMA PARK.
SOME BIG BARGAINS.
Easy terms if deslrwd.
The lots are 50 feet front by 140 to 200 feet
deep; prices range from $4UO to $l,2u0 for a
lot.
FOR PLATS AND FI LL INFORMATION. SEE
H. L. THORNTON, TAKOMA PARK AGENT,
iny22 3t ?M)7 13TH ST. N.W.
SPLENDIDLY BFILT BIJNG A LOW ON THE
Old Dominion: fine shade; new, and everything
first-class: verv cheap at $4,50o; terms. "COL
LINS." Clarendon. Va. my22-3t*
6 SIX-ROOM HOUSES AND 83,000 FEET OF
ground: rental. $62.50 per month; lots 1Sx150l
(Julck oasb buyer, $7,500. Inquire 201 F n.e.
my22-3f
FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE?PRICE. $4,75U.
What have you?
Will exchange equity In attractive 6-room and
bath brick house in Petworth, nice little home,
porches and vard. for lot or small house.
H. L. THORNTON. 007 13th St. n.w.
in.v22-3t .? *, ?
FOR SALE-$3.300; 1O0 IT. FRONT ON WIS
?-onafn ave?; Improved by 6-rhoro frame cott^jje;
north of Mass.'ave.; owner leaving, reason for
sacrifice.
H. F. MANDLER CO.. INC..
I/vik for Red Arrow Sign. 702 11th n.w.
my22-eo3f
FOR S ALB?"WASHINGTON GROVE" COT
tage; 1 rooms lu good shape. $300. - F. W.
GRAHAM A CO.. 617 14th. my22-.tt
FOR SALE?WOODRIDGE; RARE CHANCE:
3 lot* at 4 cents foot; $5 monthly; nearly
acre In each lot; high and dry; well located to
build on. 1'. J. DIEUDONNE, Warder bklg.
my22-3t*
6 2-3 CENTS A TjA.Y.
PLOT Will J>u$ .a beautiful auburban b"me
4'itl00, site at COL 1^:0K PARK. Md.. -where
$40. profit* are absolutely certain.
Call for plat and FREE TICKETS. *
35 minutes to Treasury.
JOHN H. WALTER. W. P. HARI.OW, Owners.
1806 G at. n.w.. Sun building.
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ONLY $4,750.
Attraetlve semi-colonial brick residence.
Seven rooms. bsth, concrete cellar.
E^ery modem convenience.
LARGE LOT, 50x150.
Located 18 vlautea from Washington Id beau
tiful Roaemont. where there are ha'udsome rea
Idencea occupied by owners and where the tlrst
Ave of tw*oty-flve modern, sanitary homes to be
erected are now In course of construction.
Roaeaont baa water, gas, sewer*, panollthlc
sidewalk*, parked avenues. $1.50O station, ample
restrictions and is in every respect a modem, up
to-date. sanitary place to live.
Call at offlc# and examino plans ot bouses now |
being erected.
FREE CAR TICKETS for inspection of houses j
and property. . .
ROSEMONT DEVELPMENT COMPANY (Inc.),
40? METROPOLITAN BANK BLILDING,
813 15TH ST. N.W..
WASHINGTON. D. C.
ap22fl0t.33
FOR SALE
SUBURBAN LOTS.
Any sire you want up to ten acres. I*>catod
on the (ireat Fall* and Old Dominion double
track electric railway system. Forty squares
from the city; sixty squares from the White
House; thirty minutes from the Treasury De
partment. In historic old Virginia.
At Franklin Park, stations on the grounds.
Lot* ."k?x200 at $200.
Ix.t* 50x300 at $:^w>.
Lots 100x300 at $?SW.
One-acre lots at $600.
Flve-a-Te lot* at $2,500.
Northwest Hills, overlooking Washington.
Own a home site somewhere; Franklin Park
home sites best everywhere.
$10.00 STARTS YOU.
PEERLESS FRANKLIN PARK.
This section la a high-grade community,
built up with aplendld comes; ms? of the
most elegant homes about the National Capital]
are here.
REMEMBER THIS: No taxes; no Interest.
Free deed tn case of death after two year*.
Your money back, with 6% Interest, if you die |
within two years. Non-forfeiture contract.
600 feet in elevation. Concrete sidewalks.
Telephone service." Two mall deliveries dally.
Department store deliveries. A low-priced lot
in a bigb-claa* section. Car fare averages 11
cents per day; free transfers.
Cash payment. $5 to $25. Monthly payments,
S3 to $20. Without Interest.
Get mapa and booklet at office.
SUBURBAN DEPARTMENT,
MOORE & HILL (Inc.). 1333 U st. a.w.
m.v21-f.m,w.tf
"MAYWOOD."
A REMARKABLE OFFERING,
'?4 ACRE AT $450,
$25 DOWN AND $10 PER MO.
REAR ELK>TRIC CAR STATION- ONE FARE.
GOOD FOR SPECULATION OR HOME.
ELEVATION 40o FT.; BEAUTIFUL SHADE.
HUGH A. THRIFT.
UNION TRUST BUILDING.
1STH AND H STS. PHONE MAIN 768.
myl8-3Qt.eSu
ANOTHER NEW SUBDIVISION; HIGHEST I
point In northwest: altitude 500 ft.; lot* V41
acre, $1*; acre, $200 to $350: 100 to 200 ft.
from; pore wafer; sewerage provided; beauti
ful view* of the mountains; large trees; city
convenience*; cash or monthly payments. Con
ault our office before you purchase In suburbs.
H. M. MARTIN. 1407 N. Y. ave.
mrlB-eSu,14t
FOR SALE ? REDUCED To $4,300; EASY
terms?New 7-room house, Woodslde, Md.; near
school, churches and elootrlc cars: corner lot,
TftxariO; modern convenience*-. shade, garden,
??to. Apply owner. Dr. CALDWELL, 13os? i?th
?t. n.w. apl7-tf
BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOWS LARGE LOT3~
AT KENILWORTH. D. C.
$1 750 to $2,200.
$100 cash and $20 monthly. Including Interest.
MODEL 7-ROOM COTTAGES,
$2,250.
$100 cash" and $20 monthly. Including Interest.
A. W. and L. O MALIJCRY.
3068 M at. n.w.. or 1407 F st.
l'bouea W. 330 or M. 3346.
my2fV-S0t. 10
IN HYATTSVTI LB-NEW ? ROOM HOME: LOT
5Hx2<<0: feuoed: two blocks to car line: on a
main street: hot water heat; modern bath: g*s
range, a modern little home; $'.',4oO; $200
cash: $15 monthly. Including Interest; taxes. $8.
8 acres rich trucking land: good 5 room
house; grand spring and well: much fruit:
shad'-: 9% acre In asparagus; other stuff for
market; (en minutes' wa k to car*; $3,900;
$1,600 cash, balance to suit.
GEO. C, WALKER, llyattsvllle. Md.
_ not .11 _
R1YERDALE WELL BUILT; 6 Rof)MS. BATH
and cellar; hot and cold water; sewer and gas
connection: fruit; beautiful lawn. Open Sun
days or at other times bv appointment with
owner. C E. BRIGHT, 9<"?2 I) n.w. my7 tf.5
FOR SALE- FINEST LOTS IN TAKOMA PARK.
near electric ^nd. ?rearu car lines; water, aew
er and gas; cheap; on easy terms. J. P. EARN
EST. Trustee. 32Tt 44% s?. n.w. apl-tf
FOR SALE-LARGE- 14-ROOM HOUSE ON 10
aere*. occupying the highest site In Takoina
Park, overlooking surrounding country for
miles; beautiful shrubbery, magnificent shade
trees. This property, known as the Carroll
Mansion offer/ the most attractive summer
home adjacent to Washington, and could be
utilized a* a sanitarium, oerfect cond'tton;
bath.- on first and second floors; good plumb
ing sewerage anil heating Dlant. electric light
ing. etc. rtiiiVdinp cost $#.5O0 to build under
contract. Land hi valued at $2,000 an acre.
Win saert/W. entire property to a quick buyer
for $17,500 Easy terms.
TAGGA RT-FBASER CO., 1405 New Torh ava.
an30-ao?
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
FOR 8ALB.
CHKVY CHASE.
THE 'SUBURB BEAUTIFUL" OF WASHING
TON".
No other part of the District of Columbia csa
compare with It for either the present or the
future.
A purchase there constitutes both an Invest
ment and a ("peculation, as value? there MUST
advjNjce. Highest point on Connecticut are..
*ltb It* res-iltant cool breeses and healthful
air. The approach Is good. aid always will be.
Car *erv|cP l? excellent. Then* are chnrch,
school and snre facilities, water, sewer, na.
electric lights. telephones, macadamised
streets, granolithic sidewalks, shade trees,
parkin?, etc.
Prices ranetnsr from 2.V per on- 11 to 42c
per sq. ft., according to location. Eighteen
nouses costing about $100,000 now In course of
construction and plans are being prepared for
?c many more.
? For plats, prices and particulars see
THOS. J FISHER * CO. (Inc.).
738 ISth at. n.w.
Phone M. 6830 After 5 p.m. call Main 8746-Y.
ap-M-tf _
COLORED PEOPLE. BUY A LOT AT SOUTH
KENILWORTH, D. C.. and have your house
built on monthly Installment plan. Apply BER
NARD G BROWN. 627 Colorado hnlUllng.
apU-tf
MR RENT.
FOR RENT?VERY ATTRACTIVE 6 ROOM AND
bath house In Pet worth: on car line; porches
and yard; rent. $27.50. II. L. THORNTON.
my22-.'!t H07 13th st. n.w.
FOR RENT NEAR CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA..
furnished bouse, with use of cow, chickens,
flourishing garden. fruit; beautiful scenery and
elevation: family going to seashore. Address
Box 21 >. Star office. my22-7t*
FOR RENT-TAKOMA PARK; NEAR CARS:
FINE. LARGE RESIDENCE: in rooms and
bath; perfect erudition: large grounds: shade.
II L. THORNTON. Takoma Agent, 007 13th
st. n.w. my22;u
FOR RENT -IN THE TENTER OF CLAREN
don. comfortable S-room dwelling: fine porch
:ind lawn: Immediate possession; #20 monthly.
W. G. COLLINS, Atty. at Law, Clarendon, Ya.
ni.v22-.tf
FOR RENT FOR SUMMER. FURNISHED. A
house of nine rooms and bath and two acres of
shade trees; corner of Crittenden and lfitli sts.
extended n.w. In Argylo. Address W. W.
M.VTHEWSON, Itoud bldg., or phone Columbia
2173. my22-.1t*
FOR RF.NT-OK SALE?IN SUBURBS. NEAR
steam and electric cars, furnished house of 30
rooms; double porches around three aides;
luree. shady grounds: good water.
mh23-tf JOHN T. KNOTT. 01S F st.
FOR RENT?CHEVY CHASE. SEVERAL FUR
nlshcd houses for dimmer months?$80 up.
WEAVER BROS..
rtiy4-ff 4 1416 F n.w.
farms! "
FOR SALE 14?> ACRES SOLDIER'S ADDI
tional script. RECERTIFIED at $1."> per acre.
Address E. W. BEIDLER, Giroux Lake p. O.,
Tin Cobalt. Ont. my24-7t
FOR SALE-NEAR BETHESDA. MD.
(Montgomery County).
Fine farm. 02 acres, all cleared and in grass;
at the intersection of 2 county roads; surround
ed by homes of many prominent Washlug
tonians. I*rlce. fl.'iO acre.
m>*23-3t L. W. GROOMES. 1410 G st.
RIVER FRONT FARM; .V) ACRES: 8 ROOM
new house; steamboat landing on farm; rich !
truck laud noder cultivation; great bargain: j
also lots and camping sites. McGHIE. |
??tb n.w.. phone M. 70f?0. my23-3t
POTOMAC RIVER FARM WITHIN REACH OF
convenient transportation: best of bass fishing;
good shooting; ideal for club or private owner
fond of MHirt; operated by a tenant; farm It
self pays good interest and becomes more valu
able yearly. For immediate sale, less tliau
half what adjoining property can he had for.
CLAUDE G. STEPHENSON. Virginia Proper;
ties. Herndon. Va. my22-7t
FOR RENT ? FARM OF ABOUT 60 ACRES
within fonr miles of Washington; well watered;
bouse of 10 rooms; necessary outbuildings. A
_ D ADDISON 808 17th at. Ja-i-tf
WANTED?FARMS.
WANTED LARGE TRACT OF LAND, NOT
less than 2.000 acres In one body, for coloniza
tion purposes; Virginia preferred; price must
be reasonable; distance from R. R. immaterial;
owners only. CLAUDE G. STEPHENSON. Vir
glnla Propertle*. Herndon. Va. my!9-7t
RAILROADS.
Annapolis Electr5c Rwy.
Electric palace cars from White House stfction
{FIFTEENTH AND H STREETS NORTHEAST).
FV?r Baltimore?Every half hour from 6:00 s.m.
to 7:30 p.m. and 8:30. 9:30. 10:30 and 11:48
D.m., except on the ODD hours. Local cars at
9:55, 9:10, 11:10 a.m. and 1:10. 3:10. 6:10, 7:10
p.m.
Cars on the EVEN hours make no stop between
Washington and Baltimore.
For Annapolis?Erery hour from 6:80 a.m. to
9:90 p.m. and 11:45 p.m.
Faree. One way. Roimd trip.
To Baltimore 7Be $1.25
To Annapolis and U. S.
Naval Academy 75c $1.25
Baggage checked.
All H at. cars run direct to White Honae Sta
tion.
Ticket office at 14th and N. T. ave. n.w., and
at White House Station. 15th and H ats. n.e.
Telephone M. 730% and Line. 516.
Southern Railway.
VB ?Following schedule flgtires published only
as Information, and are not guaranteed.
For Atlanta. Birmingham. Mobile. New Orleans.
Ashevllle. Chattanooga. Memphis, 9:00 a.m. and
10:45 p.m. dally.
For Roanoke. KnoxvlTle. Chattanooga. Mem
phis. New Orleans. 10.10 p.m. dally.
For Atlanta. Birmingham. Columbia. Charles
ton. Augusta. Aiken. Savannah. Jacksonville !
and Florida points. 4:10 p m. daily.
Tourist cars for California, trl-weekly; 4:10!
p.m. Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
I/Ocal for Harrisonburg. 7:50 a m. dally; 4:15
p.m. week days; for Danville, 7:30 a.m. dally,
and for Charlottesville. 7:30 a.m. and 4:55 p.m.
dally. Frequent trails to and from Bluemont.
L. S. BROWN. General Agent.
Baltimore and Ohio R. R.
LEAVE NEW UNION STATION.
ROYAL BLUE LINK.
"EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR"
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
NEW TERMINAL, 23D 8TREET. NEW YORK
?7.00 a.m. Diner. Pullman Parlor.
tO.OO a.m. Observation Parlor, 5-bonr Train.
19.00 a.m. Diner and Pnllman Parlor Car.
til 00 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car.
?1.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car.
?3.00 p.m. "Royal Limited." All Pullman. 5 hr.
t4.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia.
?6.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor.
?9.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia.
?12.15 n't. Hleepeas to New York.
?2.52 a.m. Sleepers to Phlla. and New York.
ATLANTIC CITY. t7.00. *9.00, til 00 a m..
tl.00. *3.00 p.m.
TO BALTIMORE.
"EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR."
(Week days. 7.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.)
?2.52, t5 00. t? 30, *7.00, *7.20, t8.0O. ?8.30,
*000. tO.SO. tlO.OO, *11.00 a.m.. *12.00 noon.
tl2.0S, *1.00, 11.15, t2.00, *3.00, +3.20. ?3.30.
t4.00. t4.45. *500, tB.03. *5.30. t?00. *?.30.
t7 00, t8.00, *9.00, *10.00, *10.35, *11.00, *12.15
night.
WESTWARD.
CHICAGO. *1.22. *5.30 p.m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS and LOUISVILLE,
?9.10 a.m., *4.05 p.m., *12.40 nlgbt.
PITTSBURG. *9.10 a.m.. ?1.22. *9.10 p.m..
?12.30 nlgbt.
CLEVELAND, *0.10 p.m.
COLUMBUS. *5.30 p.m.
WHEELING. *9.10 a.m.. *5.30 p.m.
WINCHESTER. t9.10 a.m.. t4.05. t5.00 p.m.
FREDERICK. t8.2u. t?-10. |9.15 a.m.. 11.30.
t4.05. t5.45 p.m.
HAGERSTOWN. 10.10 a.m., t5.00 p.m.
ANNAPOLIS. *7.20. t8.00 a.m.. tl2.06 noon.
t3 20. 13.30, 15.30 and t6.00 p.m.
?Dailv tExcept Sunday. ISundav only.
TELEPHONES at all of the following ticket
offices: 1417 G ST. N.W.. Main 1591: 619 Penn
svlvanla are.. Main 278; New Union Station ?
Ticket Office. Main 7380. Information Bureau
Main 73*0.
NOTE.- Published only aa information, and not
guaranteed.
4:00 P.M.?C. & O LIMITED. dally-Fast vesti
bule train. Pullman sleepers to Lonlavllle,
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Chicago and St. (
Louis. Connection for Virginia Hot Springs.
Pullman cars Louisville to Nashville. Mem
phis and New' Orleans. Dining cars, a la I
carte service.
11:10 P.M.?F. F. V. LIMITED, daily-Pullman
sleepers to Cincinnati. Lexington and I?uls
Tille dally and Virginia Hot Springs week
days. Dining Car. a la carte service. Pull
man sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St.
I/ouls and Louisville to Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans
Chesapeake and Ohio offices at 518 Pennsyl
vania avenue. 1330 F street and new Union
station. Telephone Main 1066 or 2206 for tickets,
?agcage <-he<-ks. reservatWrtis and taxlcabe.
? Seaboard Air Line Ry.
TICKET OFFICE. 1421 PENNA. AVE.
NOTICE. Following schedule not guaranteed
9:05 A.M. DAILY ? "Florida Fast Mall."
Through coaches and Pullman sleepers to Savan
nah and Jacksonville. Throngh sleepers Waah
! Ingtou to Atlanta and Birmingham. Dining cars.
I 7 20 P.M. DAILY?"Year Ronnd Limited."
Coaches and Pullman to Savannah and Jackson
ville and Jscksonvllle to Tampa. Also Atlanta.
Birmingham and Memphis. Dining cars.
O. Z. PHILLIPS. District Paaaenger Agent.
Atlantic Coast Line.
Notice.?These departures and connections are
not guaranteed.
4:20 a.m. dally?Through coaches and sleeping
car* to Jacksonville.
8:45 p.m. dally?Through Bleeping cars to Jack
, sonvllle. Fla.; Port Tampa. Fla. (for Havana);
Knight's Key, Fla. (for Havana): Augusta. Ga.;
Charleston. S. C.. and Wllmliyrton. N. C. Through
coaches to Jacksonville. UNEXCELLED DINING
i CAR SERVICE.
i ONLY LINE OPERATING THROUGH PUIXc
if AN CARS TO POINTS ON FLORIDA EAST
; COAST RY.
For ticket* and all information anplr at the
OFFICE OF THF LINE. 1419 NEW YO'tK AVE
NUE NORTHWEST. AND UNION STATION.
GEO P. JVMES. D.P.A. Washington D.O.
T. C. WniTE. G P A W. .1 CRAIG, P.T.M., *
Wilmington, N. C.
AUCTION" SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
? THOS. J. OWEN & SON, Auctioneers.
VERY VAM'ABLK UNIMPROVED PROPERTY
ON 14TII ST. NEAR E ST S.E.. BEING
ORIGINAL LOT 12 IN SQUARE 10?3.
FRONTING .V? FEET ON 14TII ST. BY
GOOD DEPTH TO AN ALLEY.
At Auction.
Br virtue of authority rested In us by a non
resident. we will sell at public auction. in
front of the promises, on MONDAY. THE
TWENTY FOURTH DAY OF MAY. AT QUAR
TER PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P.M . or imme
diately after the sale of 528 14th st. s.e. at
FIVE O'CLOCK, adjoining this lot, No. 12, in
square 1063.
Terms: One third cash, balance In onp and
two years. with Interest, secured by a deed of
trust on thp property sold, or all cash. at thp
option of the purchaser. Conveyancing and re
' ordlng at purchaser's cost. A "deposit of $100
required at time of sale.
THOs. J. OWEN & SON, Auctioneers.
m.v18-d&ds.eSu
MARCUS NOTES, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES SALE OF FNIM PROVED RE\L
ESTATE IN WASHINGTON CITY, ANA
t'OSTIA AND CONGRESS HEIGHTS?.
By vlrtup of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, pass,-d in equitv
cause No. 28<>6rt, Emmons et al. vs. Emmons et
al.. I will offer for sale at public auction. In
front of the respective premises, on MONDAY
THE TWENTY FOURTH DAY OF MAY. 19C9.
the following described real estate at the hours
n?m?i: AT FOUR THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.?
Part of lot numbered eighteen H8) in square
numbered nine hundred and seventy-four <974).
In Washington city. D. C.. described as liegin
ning at a point on 11th street southeast ninetv
<!iO) fePt south from the northeast corncr of said
lot and running thence west forty-flve and sev
enty-eight one-hundredths (45.78) feet. thence
south thirty-nine and thirty-two one-hundredths
<39.32) feet, thence east forty-flve and seventy
eight one hundredths <4,Y78i feet and thence
north thirty-nine 8nd thirty-two one-bundredths
<38.32) feet to beginning. AT FIYE O'CLOCK
P.M. ?Lots numbered two hundred and forty
five <24ft>. two hundred and forty-sis <246) mid
two hundred and forty-seven (247) In the subdi
vision of part of lots eight and nine of Talbert's
subdivision of part of Chichester, as the same
Is recorded in surveyor's office. county book 6
folio 53. AND AT FIVE-THIRTY O'CLOCK
P.M.?Lot numbered nineteen (19) in block num
beud seven < i > of Longnecker'a addition to
Cflngress Heights.
Terms of sale: One-third cash and balance In
one and two years from day of sale, with in
terest thereon, secured on the property, or all
cash, at purchaser's option. Deposit of $50
required on each lot. Purchaser allowed fifteen
days for examination of title at his own ex
pense. and ten days after ratification by court,
to comply with the terms of sale. On failure to
comply deposit vill be forfeited.
J AS. E. PADGETT, Trustee.
myl.S-d&ds.eSii Stewart Bldg.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER!
TRUSTEES SALE OF DWELLING NO. 1411 3D
STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated tbe
..1st day of March. 1R92. and duly recorded in
I.lber No. 1652. at folio 381 et sen., of the land
records of the District of CoiumWi. the under
signed. as surviving trustee, will offer for sale
at public auction. In front of the premises, on
the TWENTY FOURTH DAY OF MAY. 1909. AT
FIVE O'tTAM'K P.M., the following-described
real estate, situate In the city of Washington.
District of Columbia, viz.: Ijot numbered fifty -
I three (5ft) in Burns' subdivision of lots In square
I numbered five hundred and fifty-three (563). be
[ Ing the lot or piece of ground upon which house
and premises known as 1411 3d street northwest,
i In said city and District, is locateo.
Terma of sale: One-third of the purchase
I money in cash, balance In two equal install
ments. payable in one and two years, with inter
est at the rate of six per centum (6rrr) per an
num, payable semi-annually, from the dav of
sale, such deferred payments to be secured by
deed of trust upon tbe property sold, or all cash.
"JJbe option of the purchaser. A deposit of
$100 will be required at the time of sale, and
all conveyancing shall be at the expense of the
purchaser. Terms of sate to be compiled with
within ten (10) days from day of sale, otherwise
the surviving trustee reserves the right to resell
the property at the rlak and cost of the default
ing purchaser.
fiEO- R. MAY, Surviving Trustee.
my l.vd&ds.eSu 000 Pennsylvania ave. n.nr.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Valuable U n i im proved
Real Estate, Adjoiniing
the Railroad, Befog About
One=DiIaIf off the Square
and M Streets Northeast,
by Auction, to Close aim
Estate.
F,I"SAT- THE TWENTY FIRST DAT OF
MAY. 1909 AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. I will
offer for sale by public auction. In front of tke
premises, on 3d street, lots 8 to 14. both Inclu
sive. in square 748. fronting on 2d. 8d and M
streets northeast, containing about 91.260 squar.
feet, being particularly adapted for manufactur
ing, storage or warehouse property, or can be
used advantageously for dwellings.
Terms: Subject to deed of trust for $15,000.
balance cash. A deposit of $500 at sale. Terms
to be compiled with to fifteen day?. All con
veys ncing at purchaser's cost.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, Anct.
1T7THE ABOVE KALE IS POSTPONED ON
account of the rain until MONDAY MAY
1900, AT FOUR-THIRTY
OCLO(K P.M. my22-d&ds.eSa
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE TWO
i ?EP?V^5?lCK HOUSE. KNOWN AS NO
528 FOURTEENTH STREET S.E.
Pursuant to the terms of a decree passed in
fJj" 'LNo> 28',7.9 the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, entitled Hennlng vs
Uynch. the undersigned trustees will offer for
sale at public auction, in front of the nremlses
THE TWENTIETH DAY OK MAY fa? AT
FI\ E O CLOCK P.M.. part of lot eleven (11)
In square ten hundred and slxty-three (1063),
Washington. D. C.. bounded as follows: Be
ginning for the samp at the southwest corner
of said lot and running thence north along tbe
line of 14th street 18.78 feet to the center of a
party wall and extending back that width to
the rear line of said lot. said premises being
improved by a brick dwelling.
8*le: All cash, or one-third cash,
oneyhlrd in one year and one-third In two years,
evidenced by notea secured bv a deed of trust
upon the premises sold and bearing six per cent
?niiSre8,-...PV"b,P ?nnually. A deposit of
$100 will be required at the time of sale
Terms to be compiled with wltbln ten days or
the premises resold at tbe risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing at pur
chasers cost.
JACKSON H. RALSTON.
Trustee. Bond building.
? WILLIAM E. AMBROSE.
Bjy8-d4ds,eSu Trustee, 458 La. ave. n.w.
JC7THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UN
TIL MONDAY. MAY TWENTY FOURTH. 1909
same hour and place, by order of the trustees.
my IS-d&ds.eSn
FUTURE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN" & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
To Close an Estate. Ex=
ecutor's Sale off Valuable
Real Estate.
NO. 619 II STREET SOUTHWEST A TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING. WITH LARGE
vT,ABL? OU WAREHOUSE IN
scL 124 street SOUTH
* TWO-STORY and basement
BRH h DWELLING; NO. 72 L STREET
! dw^YlTn^' a twostory brick
I By virtue of the authority vested In him by
the last will of Annie Heath, deceased, the
undersigned, as executor and trustee, will offer
for sale at public auction, in front of the
premises, on the TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF
MAY. 1909. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
I M., the following described land and prem
ises: Lot numbered thirty-eight (38i in tbe
subdivision made by Annie Heath In square
numbered four hundred and slxtv-elght (468) as
said subdivision appears of record In the office
of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. In
book 24 at page 119. improved by premises
numbered 619 H street southwest, with stable
or warehouse In rear. . AT FIVE 0'CIX)CK ON
THE SAME DAY, In front of the premises be
will offer for sale the south 15 feet 4 Inches
front by an e*en depth of 56 feet of original
lot numbered eleven (11) In square numbered
eight hundred and seventy (870). Improved by
premises numbered 124 6th street southeast
AT HALF PAST FIVE O'CLOCK ON THE
SAME DAY. in front of the premises he will
offer for sale at public auction lot numbered
one hundred and seventy-six (176) In the sub
division made by the president and directors
of Gonzaga College, In square nurahered six
hundred and twenty-one (621). as said subdi
vision appears of record In the office of tbe
surveyor of the District of Columbia. In book
14. at page 199, improved by premises No 72
L street northwest.
Terms: One-third (1-31 cash, and tbe balance
In two (2) equal Installments, payable in one
and two years, respectively, after sale, with
Interest thereon at the rate of si* per
centum per annum until paid, payahle semi
annually. and secured by deed of trust on the
property sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of two hundred ($200 00)
dollars required on each parcel when sale Is
made, a full settlement to lie made by th?
purchaser within thirty davs from the date of
sale or deposit will bp forfeited and the prop
erty resold at the risk and cost of the default
Ing purchaser. Taxes, rents, water rents and
Insurance to be adjusted to date of sale. Con
veyancing. recording and notary fees at cost of
purchaser.
B FRANCIS SAUL.
D Executor and Trustee.
mylH-dAds.eSn 7th and L sts. n.w.
MARCUS NOTES. AUCTIONEER.
Under tbe authority eonferred hy a certain
promissory note and a collateral agrppuient
M.",iT V' th0 undersigned.
,t .h 'i off,>r for "a,p at l"'l.ilc auc
tion. at the salesrooms of Marcos Notes. No -126
SFVFNTHWn??-? THE TWENTY
1-vVS . DAY Ol? MA\. 1!)()9 \t KI FVW
O CLOCK A.M.. tho follow! Die <%oi la t oral* pled rod
with and by said note and agreement: Cert Id
eate signed by Cuno H. Rudolph. Mux M Rich
and T. Percv Myers, certifying that the person
therein named is entitled to two out of Heven
shares of the real estate conveyed to them In
deed recorded in Liber 2233. folio 421 of th'e
land record*' of the District, and also the ac-u
iniilat.il additional shares of such holder in said
real estate, being in all 2 out of S shares in tue
said r?'al estate.
Terms of sale: t'a'h.
AUGUST DAETZ.
Treasurer of Clir. Heurich Brew ing Co ,
iny21 dts.eSo Holder Nots.
AUCTION SALES.
DOMESTIC.
THB <JKEATER WASHINGTON AUCTION CO.
Attractive sale off de=
j ssrable furniture, being
'contents off ffour=rooni
?flat in the Portner.
Pedestal Mahogany Table and Chairs to match:
large Axmlnster Rop. room size; Brass Beds
and Felt Mattrejise*: Mahogany Dresser*. leather
Chairs. Couches. chiffonier*. Princess Dressers,
etc. Also tire loads of storage goods. T<? lie
! sold without reserve or limit at our saWr-?>nis.
! 815 I.a. ate. n.w.. TUESDAY. MAY TWENTY
FIFTH. AT TEN A.M.
T>? NOTES. Atiot.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER,
W20 Pa. ave. n.w.
Under and by virtue of a decree passed Feb
ruary 2. 19o0, by the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia In Clark vs. IiCwls et al..
equity No. 27818. the undersigned trustee will
offer for sale at public auction the right of home
stead entry to twenty-eight and 30-100 (28 30-1001
acres of public Jand, described Id said proceed
ings, In the auction room above mentioned on
TUESDAY. MAY TWENTY-FIFTH. 1909. AT
TWELVE O'CLOCK M. Terms: cash.
ELL WOOD P. MOREY. Trustee,
Washington Loan and Trust hide.
JOS. A. RURKART. Attorney. my12.19.24
XHOS. J. OWEN ft SOX. AUCTIONEER.
Administrator's Sale of Two-story
and Basement Brick Dwelling,
No. 834 7th St. N.E., Being the
Southwest Corner of 7th and I.
to Close an Estate.
By virtue of authority vested In me as admin
istrator I will sell at puhllc auction. In front
of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE TWENTY
FIFTH DAY OF MAY. 1900. AT HAL"-PAST
FOUR O'CIjOCK P.M.. the east part of lot 33
in square 858, with the improvements.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in one and two
years, with Interest, secured by deed of trust on
the property sold, or all cash, at the option of
the purchaser. Conveyancing and recording at
purchaser's cost. $100 deposit required at time
of sale. Fifteen days allowed to close the sale,
or deposit forfeited. NATHAN COWSILL,
myl9-d&ds.eSu Administrator.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Trustees' Sale of Three-storv
Brick Business Property No.
2ii 7th Street Northwest; Two
Frame Dwellings Nos. 486 and
918 F Street Southwest; Unim
proved Lot on 6th Street Be
tween D and E Streets South
west, and Two Unimproved
Lots on F Street Between 9th
and 10th Streets Southwest.
By virtue of the authority contained in a cer
tain deed in trust, the undersigned trustees will
offer for sale by public auction, in front of
the respective premises, ON TUESDAY. MAY
TWENTY-FIFTH. 1909, the following described
real estate, to wit:
AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M.
Rublot 8 In square 481, improved by throe
Rtory brick store and dwelling, opposite Center
market, and known as No. 211 7th st. n.w.
AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P.M.
The east 5 feet front of lot 17 and the west
20 feet front of lot 18, by the depth thereof. In
square 498, Improved by a large frame dwelling.
No. 486 F st. s.w., with large stable In the
rear.
IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER.
The south 18 feet front, by the depth, of lot
7 In square 494, on 6th st. between D and E
sts. s.w. (unimprovedi.
AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M.
Lot 33, square 389, improved by a large frame
dwelling. No. 918 F st. s.w., with a large stable
In the rear.
IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER.
Lots 34 and 35. square 389 (unimproved), each
24.6 feet front by 124.8 feet deep on F st. be
tween 9th and 10th n.w.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in one and two
years, or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser. A deposit of $100 on each parcel re
quired at the time of sale. Terms of sale to be
complied with In fifteen days from day of sale,
otherwise property will be resold at cost of de
faulting purchaser. All conveyancing, record
ing, etc., at purchaser's cost.
CHAS. W. MORRIS,
WM. E. AMBROSE.
myl3-dAds.eSu Trustees.
FUTURE DAYS.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF COTTAGE AND EIGHTY
ONE-HUNDREDTHS OF AN ACRE OF LAND
SITUATE ON THE CANAL ROAD. D. C.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded In Liber No. 3216. at folio 211 et seq..
one of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia. and at the request of thp party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will well at
public am-tlon, on the premises, ON FRIDAY.
THE FOURTH DAY OF Jl^NE. A.D. 1909. AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow
ing described land and premises via.: Part of
a tract of land called "Harlem In the county
of Washington, District of Columbia, as follows:
Beginning for the same at a point on the east
erly line of the second parcel of land conveyed
to Hiram A. McKlnney by deed recorded In Liber
951, folio 173. of the land records of said Dis
trict. said point being the point of Intersection
of the southerly line of the roadway of the
Washington and Groat Falls Railway Company,
and running thence westerly slong the south line
of the Washington and Great Falls Railway
Company's track one hundred and ninety-eight
? 198> feet, thence southerly parallel to said
easterly line of said McKinney's land to the
north line of C?nal road, thence easterly along
said Canal road to intersect the easterly line of
said McKinney's land, thence north three de
Bees west along said easterly line of said Mc
Inney's land to the place of beginning, sub
ject to the easement in favor of the Washing
ton and <?rent Falls Electric Railway Company
to use portions of said land adjacent to Its
roadway for the purpose of maintaining cuts and
fills as said easement is granted said railwt-y
company by deed recorded in Liber 2472. folin
436 et seq., of the land records of the District
of Columbia. The foregoing being intended to
be the same property as was conveyed to .T?hn
F. Boyle by deed recorded in Liber 272T>. at
folio 82. of said laud records of the District of
Columbia.
Terms made known at time of sale.
GARFIELD A. STREET.
G. DONALD MILLER.
Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, Auctioneers.
my24-d&ds.exSu
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAI, ESTATE. IN COLUMBIA
HEIGHTS, ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF
GIRARD STREET BETWEEN 13TII AND
14TH STREETS NORTHWEST. (LOT 50
BY ABOUT 150 FEET.)
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded In Liber No. 2707, folio 440 et scq., of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned surviving trustee will sell at public
auction, in front, of the premises, on TUESDAY.
THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1900. AT
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described
land and premises, situate in the county of
Washington. District of Columbia, and designated
as and being lot numbered 16 In block numbered
32 In John Sherman, trnstee's, subdivision of
parts of the tracts of land known as Mt. Pleas
ant and Pleasatot Plains, now called Columbia
Heights, as per plat recorded In the office of the
surveyor for the District of Columbia In Liber
Gov. Shepherd, at folio 137.
_ Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid 1A cash, balance in two equal
installments. payal?> in one #nd two years, with
Interest at 6 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 purchnser. 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 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,
after five days' advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published In Washington. D. C.
AARON S. CAY WOOD.
mv20-dA-ds,eSu Rurvtvlng Trustee.
ADAM A. WESCIILER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF LETTERS PATENT FOR
LOADING AND UNLOADING APPARATUS.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed May 5. 1909. In
equity cause No. 28429. the undersigned trustees
will sell by public auction, within the salesrooms
of Adam A. Weschler. f?20 Pa. ave. n.w.. Wash
ington. D. C-. on SATURDAY, THE TWENTY
NINTH DAY OF MAY. A.D. 1909. AT TWELVE
O'CLOCK NOON, all the right, title and interest
of the American leading and Unloading Machine
Company. Inc.. In United States letters patent
No. 805711. dated November 2^. 1905. and Unite.!
Statea letters patent No. 8H1264. dated July 30.
1907. Terms cash, of which $10() deposit will
be required upon acceptance of bid. balance to
be paid upon ratification of the sale by the court.
WILLIAM H. SHOLK.S.
Columbian building,
JESSE E. POTBURY.
Columbian bnildlng,
mvlS-dftdbs.efu Trustees.
THOMAS J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF THREE-STORY BRICK
DWELLING AND CELLAR. BROWNSTONE
BASE. NO. 1514 12TII STREET NORTH
WEST. NEAR IOWA CIRCLE, WASHING
TON. D. C.
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded in Liber
1902, at folio 358 et seq.. one of the land rec
ords of the District or Columhla. the under
signed. surviving trustee, will offer for sale at
nubile auction. In front of the premises, on
THURSDAY. THE TWENTY SEVENTH DAY
OF MAY. 1909. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. tbe
following described land and premises situate
In the District of Columbia, known and distin
guished us and being lot numbered seventeen
(17) In Coltman and Adams', trusties, subdivi
sion of square numbered two hundred and seven
I ty-elght t (278). as said subdivision Is recorded
! In the office of the surveyor of the District of
I Columbia In Book W. F.. at page 96. improved
I by a three-story brick dwelling and cellar, brown
! stone base, containing ten rooms.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in
j equal installments at one and two years, with
j Interest at five per centum per annum, payable
; semi annually, from day of aale. and secured by
i deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash,
i at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of
I $250 will be required at the time of sale. All
? conveyancing and recording will be at the pur
; chaser's cost. Terms of sale to lie complied with
! within ten days, otherwise the trustee reserves
the right to resell at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser.
. SAMUEL MAODOX.
SvtItIbi Trustee, 340 Ind. are.
myl4 dAda.eSu
AUCTION SALES \
KtTLHK DAYS.
ADAM A. WESCHLKR. AUCTtOSfclMl.
Chancery Sale of Valuable Real
Estate Desirable for Subdivision,
Lying North of and Adjoining
Rock Creek Park and Short Dis
tance West of Brightwood Ave
nue, and Lying Partly on 16th
Street Extended, Containing
105.8 Acres, More or Less, Ex
clusive of Roads.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columhla In the case of Carr v*.
Lambert. Equity No. 263?1. we. tbe undersigned
trustee*, will nrll at public auction, on the
premises. the following descrllvd land *nd prem
ises on FRIDAY. TI1K KtWHTH DAY OF
JI NK. lftOO. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.:
A certain parcel or tract of land 1t> the county
of Washington. In the District of Columbia, and
described in h survey made July 24. 18.2. t'j
William Grady, and being part of a tract cal.ed
"Clowen Course" or "Cluen Course, itid part
of a tract called "Jamea' Gift." and described
hs follows: Beginning at end of 143.1 per h's
on first line of Clowen Course or "Cluen ? ourse
and at the end of 41.7 perches on first line of a
conveyance for part of said tract made hebruary
.1. 1825, by Charles H. Carroll, executor of
Charles Carroll, to Philip Fen wick; thence
north l'% perches: thence south 85*4 degrees W.
13.1.4 perches; thence S. 1.1 degrees r.. ? ?
perches to end of first llDe of said conveyance,
thence S. 15 decrees E. 01H perches to ?stone
standing on the north line of Boclt Creek,
thence down with said creek the following
courses and distances: South 46 degrees r. ??*
perches, aouth 57 degrees E. IS perches, south
68 degrees F.. 23 perches, north 10V* degrees r.
18 perches, south S2^ degrees E. !f*'
south JO degrees E. 10 perches, north HS degr
E. perches. south 39V? degrees fc. 8 2 perches,
south 66 degrees E. 7 4-10 perches to mouth or a
branch failing Into said creek: UP M'd branch
north 61% decrees E. 18 7 perches to stamp of 11
white beech tree on edge of said bra neb at c no
of 1.1th line of aforesaid conveyance; thence
with 14th line of said conveyance as therein. e?
pressed north ">9Lt degrees E. 75J^ perches to a
flint stone heretofore planted: thence north -
degrees K. 14Vfc perches, thence north 25 degrees
W. 2 6-10 perches to beginning of Blair siano.
called "Falkland Manor"; thencenorth 50'? de
grees W. .13'4 perches, north 40*? degrees^'VN -
30 8-10 perches to a bounded sycamore tree.
thence north 48 degrees W. 46 33-100 perches to
a stake near a cedar tree on weat baiBk of a
branch: thence north 3lj, degrees W. l4Vjr l*^*^
to beginning, containing 124>?4 acres 30
perches, excepting herefrom so much of "am
land as was conveyed by Mary \8n.5 ?
al. to the United States of America by deed re
corded in t.lber 170.1. at folio 254. *nd ^iber
lt?34). nt folio 135. of the land records of the
District of Columbia. . .
Also another part of said tracts. tlfK'nn'
a stake near a cedar tree on the west bankofa
branch and running thence the
courses and dlstancea: ^"rlh ,, ?
15.7.1 perches, thence north Vk k. 34%
perches, thence north 88 degrees *^4 per h .
thence south 20li degreea W. 30% P?rchTfp
thence south 7 degrees W. 18. south
south 53 degrees W. 14.4 perches, thence south
52 degrees W. 15.75 perches thence south ^
degrees W. 0.25 perches to beginning. ro",*l"_
ing 12.75 acres, more or less, also right or wa.
20 feet wide along the tenth, eleventh. t^el?t|1'
thirteenth and fourteenth lines of a tract c^."*
veved to James S. Fcnwick by deed dated No
vember 23. 1872. to the road heretofore pur
chased of R. F. Wilson by the heirs of Pblllp
Fen wick, deceased. Also a right of way djjon
said road to the Brookvllle and V\ ashlngton turn
pike road, excepting from the operation of this
deed and the roadwav a tract extendlne nlonc
the northwest hank of said branch and lO feet
in width from the ^dge thereof which was con
veyed to Francis 1'. Blair by t^e^cutors of
Philip Fcnwick. deceased, said de?dbe|ngdatwl
Mav 19 1808. and recorded In Liber ?>?>?. ai
folio 23.1. of the land records of the District of
Columbia boin* th*4 hsdip two parcels of land
acquired by jXn Van Riswlck. now deceased
bT decdH recorded in I.iber 821 at folio 223. and
Liber 703. at folio 410. respectively, of the land
records of the District of Columb a except the
parts thereof conveyed to the 1 ulted states
Americs as aforesaid, together with the irn
One-third of the purchase
nioiiev to be paid In cash and the balance paya
ble In three years, with interest at six per cen
tum per annum, payable semi-annually, from
dav o\ sale, secured by first deed of rust upon
propertv sold, or sll cash, at the option of the
mirchaser: A deposit of one thousand ($1,000)
dollars will l.e required of the purchaseronthc
dav of sale.- All conveyancing, recording, etc
at "the cost of the purchaser. Terms of to
be- complied with within fifteen days after final
ratification by the court, otherwise trustees re
serve the right to resell the property, at the
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after
fjvo dars' advertisement In some newspaper pub
lished in the eity of Washington, District of
Columbia. RAYMOND A. HEISKEI.L.
Century building. 412 5th St.. n.w..
Washington. D. C.?
WILTOV J. I.AMBF.RT.
410 5th st. n.w..
Washington, D. C..
my 24-d Ads Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SAI.E OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. .
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded in Liber No. 3131. fplio 474 et aeq of
the latid records of the District of Columbia, and
at the requeat of the party secured thereby, we.
the undersigned trusteea. will sell at P"bllc auc
tion. in front of the pivmlses. <>n TLHSDAY.
THE FIRST DAY OF Jl Nt, A.D. 1909. AT
HALF PAST FOUR ?>a/>TK P M? th" f?ll<!ve
lng deserllM-d land and premises
citv of Washington. In the District of Columbia,
an^ designated as and being part of lot num
bered four <4i Iti Susun B. Sheriff s sulnllvlslon
of part of a tract called ScalPa Pleasure, as per
plat attached to a deed recorded in Liber I61O.
folio 245. <?f said land records, and described as
follows: Beginning for the same at a stone on
the northwestwardly side of the Anacoatla road,
marking the division line between lots four (4)
and six tfl). atid running thence northwesterly
along said division line one hundred and thirty
1130) feet, more or less, to a stone the rear
boundary of said lots 4 and a 20-foot all^r:
thence southwestwardlv on said alley thlrt> <301
feet; thence southeastwardly and parallel with
said di> islon line between lota 4 atid 6 a dis
tance of one hundred and thirty (1301 feet more
or less to the northwestwardly side of tne An
acostla road: thence northeastwardly on said
road thirtv <30) feet to the place of h^glnning.
together with the improvementa, consisting or
Otae frame church building.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
monev to 1w paid In cash, and the balance In
two equal installments, payable in one and two
vears, with interest at aix per centum per an
num. parable fiemi-annuallT. from day of Ml^.
secured bv deed of trust upon the property sola,
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 ^the nnrchaser
Term* of *ale to bo complied with within fifteen
davs from day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after
five days' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published In the city of Washing
ton, D. 0. jf-SSE H. WILSON.
31A .Tobn Martha 11 Pl-?
LORENZO A. BAILEY.
Columbian building.
my20-dta.eSn Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
CHANCERY SALE OF TWO-STORY FRAME
DWELLING. SOUTHEAST CORNER 27TH
AND 1* STS. N.W.: AI?SO UNIMPROVED
PROPERTY IN "CHICHESTER."
Bv virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of t'olumbla, passed in equity cauae
1 No 2J*22M. In tbe ease of J one* vs. Jones, we,
the undersigned trustees, will sell ?t?2^^nVv"
tlon. In front of the premises, ou WEDNESDAY.
THE SECOND DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1000. AT
FOUR O'CI/H K P.M.. the following described
land and premises, situate In the city of Wash
ington. hi the District of Columbia, and desig
nated as and being lots numbered
sixty-seven ?67t and sixty-eight *68>1n Helon
Ration's subdivision of lot sixty-four (W) In Hoi
mead's addition to Georgetown as per nlat re
corded In Liber A. R. Shepherd. No. 1,
In the office of the surveyor of aaid District
said lota being now a part of wuare No. 1262 In
the cltv of Washington, together with improve
ments thereon. _
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. ...
Lots lumbered four (41 and five (5) and part or
lots one hundred and ten <110). one hundred and
thirteen (113>, one hundred and fourteen (1141
and one hundred and fifteen (115) in the aubdlvl
siirtj of part of Chichester made by Irving w U
liamson, trustee, and recorded In the surveyor s
office of said District, said parts of said lots
110. 113, 114 and 11R being described In a deed
recorded In Lll?er 787. folio 447 et seq., of the
land records of said District.
Terms of sale: One-third of tbe purchaae
monev to be paid In cash, and the balance In two
equal Installments, payable In one atid two yeara,
with Interest at six per centum per annum, pav
sble 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 on
each lot. to be announced by tbe truateea, will
be required of the purchaser at the time of sale.
All conveyancing, recording and aotarlal fees at
I the <-ost of th" purchaser. Terms of sale to be
t complied with within fifteen days from day of
sale, otherwise the trusteea reserve the right to
resell the property at tbe risk and coat of the
defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertlae
mctit of such resale in some newspaper published
in the city of Washington. D. C.
in me WM H MANOGUB
Stewart building.
JAMES E. PADGETT.
Stewart building.
mv21 -d*ds,eSu Trusteea.
THUS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES" SALE ' OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE ON THIRTEENTH
STREET, NORTH COLUMBIA HEIGHTS.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
I corded In Liber No. 2730 folio 198 et seq..
of the land records of the District of Columbia,
I and at tbe request of the party secured thereby.
1 the undersigned truatees will sell, at public
auction. In front of the premiaes. on Tl LSUAV.
THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE. A.D 1909. AT
FIVE <5? O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
! scribed land and premises, situate in the county
of Washington. District of Colnmbla. and des
ignated as and being lots numbered 22 and 23
ill block numbered 4 tt? the subdivision of North
Columbia Heights, as said subdivision Is re
corded in tbe office of the surveyor of the Dis
trict of Columbia in County Book 15. page 19.
Terms of sale: All cash. A deposit of $100
will be required at time of sale. All convey
ancing. rc< ordlng, etc.. at cost of purchaser
Terms of sale to be complied with within 15
davs from dav of ?ale. otherwise the trustees
reserve tbe right to resell the property at tfcs
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five
days' advertisement of such resale in some news
paper published in Washington. O.C^^
H. II. HOWENSTEIN.
m}22-d&d<,eSu Trustee*.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTI HB D A VS.
?\ ?. sm?a.N 4 <_*?.. AUCTS., 14?>7 o sr.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT OFFICE FURM
OtJ> MATERIA!* Jl NK. INSTRl -
MENTS. SUPPLIES. ETV.
By order of the Seeretarv of tDepartment
of the Interior to us. dated Mm 21. lflW. we
wfll sell at public mixtion oii THl'RSDAY
MAY TWENTY-SEVENTH. 1!?*. i"< >M MK\< ?
\TJ?E PATENT OFFICE. f*TH ANli <i
'T ?' \ ? ? .?*OMlTLY AT TEN it'CI/tTK
A.M.. following ltnm>*d!atelv thereafter at the
OLD POST OFFICE Bl ll.DlNG. *TH ST BET
^ AND 1* STS. N.V\ then txvtcliidltiir at tilt*
PKNSION OFFICE. COItNEK <<F 4TH \ND G
STS. N.W.. Washlngt.m, p. C.. a lot of gov
ernment prcperty. *uch a*:
Inks. Ba?k>>ts. (.mm, N'sks, Rmkoja,-.*. p|p>m.
holes R?'k*. Shades. Tables. Chair*. Carpets.
Linoleums. Water Coolers. ?>!ri Scrap Irv>n
Radiators Marble Mantels, slabs. Motors. Hrass
I>amp* Electrical Fitting*. Buckets. Bis-mis. lot
?lh'r Instrument*.
Ma- hlrtea Field (.lasses. Tub'nc Typewriters
S_n^n*. rump*. Barrels. Valves. Slate, etc.. etc!
Thrills cash; the jroTemmcnt requiring nil
***??* to be romof6?l ininj^riUMY after the aait?.
witDout delay, ht the purrha^r'R pxpenne. as
the space Is required at once for oth.-r purpoats
i Large cash deposits required from all purchasers,
and all bill* must be settled on day of ;-alc. A
I complete llat of the good* embraced In the sale
may be ween at the office of
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Inc.. Auets..
ni.v24-dts 14Q7 ?; at.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable Tract
ot^ Land and Improvements,
Embracing About 60 Acres
and Located a Short Dis
tance West of Rhode
Island Avenue Extend
ed and Near the Dis
trict Line and Mt.
Ranier, Md.
.1? .,hP. d^'r,r" nf thp Supreme Court
of t? Witrirt of Columbia sitting In equltv
mnvr t ? BMMA V. HII.L VS.
K ^M3107- KT Al- "?"1 decree
being dated April 28. 1909. the undersigned trua
Mle uP?n the premise*, on
ulv ??L??TH.? 7,wf-nTY FIGHTH PAY OF
MAY. AT HAI.F-PAST FOI'R OTI/VX
P.M., all that tract of land known a* and railed
?? 4' a.n<* known and di*tin
.u .leu Klbbeyg subdivision of aald
1 S . ^*rnl the aald subdivision
being records In Liber J. A. S 84. at folio
i. vi j '"n<1 f0ord* of the District of Co
lumbia. and m<>re fully described aa follows: Be
ginning for the aame on the south line of the
>*a*ningron and Bladensbnrg county road at ?
m'.Si 7?re 18 Plantp,l a granite stone
marked 48. which atone Is also on the east side
ZiiA ? ,a?e- ? Pri/ate road running through the
?! .?. 1*1 It Iaml: thence south 14?4* west. 88
tht '"st 1,n* of '?'"I ?<> "t""*
. ,hence crossing said lane at right
angles to stone marked 46. which atone Is slt
northeast corner of lot 17; thence
101-,0 perches to a atone
marked 34. tben<^ acros? the lane or roadwaj tn
the r.-ar of lots 2.1. 28. 30. 32. 34 and 3*S In plat
of said anbdlvl'lon; thence north 1^* west, with
the west ?lde of said lane to the aouthwest cor
ner of the lot conveyed to Schwler bv deed re
corded among the land records of the District of
Columbia In Liber R. M. H. 9. folio 98; thence
c .v 85i(? ? ch*ler'a lot the following course#:
South east. 49 perches, and north 14'4*
east to Bunker Hill road; thence with said r?ad
eaaterly to the point of beginning. Also the lane
?r roadway In the rear of lots 3?. 38. ?o and
4x, In plat of aald subdivision, eitendlnff from
the southwest corner of said tract deix-rlbed. to
the old Bladensburg road, and with the right of
way orcr_the lane or roadway between lots 6. 7,
10 and li, In plat of said subdivision extending
from the southeast corner of aaid tract deacrfb-d
to the old Bladensburg road: subject, however,
to the right of way over aald lanes or r6ad? on
the east and west aides of said tract described
and leading from the Bunker Hill road to old
Bladenabtirg road.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, one-third In one
year and cne-thlrd In two years, or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser. Deferred payments.
If any. to be aecured by a deed of tniat npon the
premises sold, and to be evidenced by promissory
notes of the purchaser bearing six "per cent In
terest per annum, parable seml-annuallr. A de
posit of live hundred (toOO) dollars will l?c re
IJJ'red at the time of sale. Terms to be com
plied with within ten days, or premises mav be
resold at risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser. Conveyancing at purohaser'a eost. ?
C0NKAD H. gYME. Trustee.
Fendall Mdg.
H. PRESCOTT GATLEY. Trustee.
340 Indiana ave.
J. H. RALSTON. Trustee.
my17-dAdhs Bond bldg.
m - ?
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
CHANCERY SALE OF THREE8TORY AND
ATTIC BRICK DWELLING. KNOWN AS
1201 3D ST. S.E.. BEING CORNER PROP
ERTY.
By virtue of a decree passed In the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia In Equity
Cause No. 28307, we will sell at public auction,
in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE"
SECOND DAY OF JINK. 1009. AT FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following desrrllted land
and premises, situate In the city of Waahlngton.
In aald District, and known aa and being the
north twenty live i2S> feet bv the depth of
eighty-four (84) feet eight and one-half (8V?)
Inches of lot numbered ten (10> in square num
bered fceven hundred and seventy (770). with the
Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale?One-third of the purchase money
to be paid In cash and the balant-e in two equal
Installments, payable In one and two years
from the day of sale, and to be represented bv
the promissory notes of the purchaser, bearing
Interest at the rate of 0 per centum per annum,
payable seml-ann-jally. and secured bv deed of
trust on the property sold, or all i-ash, at the
option of the purchaser. $100.00 deposit required
upon the acceptance of bid. All convevanclng.
notary fees and recording at purchaser's cost.
Terms to be compiled with within fifteen daya or
trnateea may advertise and sell at the purchas
er's rlak and cost after Ave days' previous ad
vertisement of such resale published In some
newspaper of Washington. D. C.
JAMES F. MULLALY.
918 F st. n.w.,
GEORGE C. GKRTMAN,
321 4V4 st. n.w.,
my20-dAds.eSufthol Trustees.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF BRICK BI'ILDING
FRONTING ON I STREET BKTWKEN 2D
AND 3D STREETS S.W.. KNOWN AS
SAMARITAN HALL.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded
in Liber No. 2440. at folio 114 set seq.. one of
the land records of the District of Columbia I
shall sell. In front of the premises, on TUES
DAY. THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1909.
AT FIVE O CI>OCK P.M.. all of lot 4 and the
eaat 2u feet front by the depth of lot 3. both
in square 389 of the city of Washington, with
the improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In one
and two years, with Intereat at six per cent |>er
annum, payable semi-annually. $200 required
at time of sale, and the purchaser allowed ten
days from date of sale to complete the purchase
CHARLES F. BENJAMIN.
tn.v21-rtA-ds.eSu Surviving Trustee.
LOAN COMPANIES.
NO MORE HIGH
RATES.
STOMAS MMmiL E?,
Organized for the purpose of loaning
money to those who cannot afford to pay
high rates, on FURNITI'RE. PIANOS.
TEAMS, and to SALARIED EMPLOYES
on plain note without security.
$30?12 monthly Installments of $3.90.
$100?12 monthly installments of $11.23.
POSITIVELY no otber charges.
Other amounts In proportion.
FIRST PAYMENT MADE DIE TWO
MONTHS FROM DAY YOU GET THE
LOAN WITHOUT EXTRA COST.
We will make you a lower rate than' anv
one else, no matter what that rate is
providing you are GOOD PAY. We are
catering to the better class of business.
Other loan companies, etc.. paid off.
MIMA? FIRMGML 8?.
1224 0St.N.W.<c""?^>
Rooms 20 and 21. Second Floor Front.
Phone Main 4S9.
ap27-tf
L. V. HYSAN.
my8-30t.l4
WE LOAN MONEY
On furniture, pianos, teams, etc., la tk*
District in s few hours. In sax smooat
ft?m $lo to *300
,?, Ton recelr^ the fnll amount la rash sad T~
<1, saly psy u for the sctaal time you keen 1
tfce money. Pall, phone or writs.
f POTOMAC GUARANTEE
% LOAN CO..
'? 925 P ST. N.W.
Y finger Building Second riser. 2
. Phone M 83?. T
'*? feT-tf ?
MONEYTOLOAN
DIAMONDS, ~?V~
WATCHES and
Interest. S p?- cent. TEWELRY.
LOUIS ABRAHAMS.
LOAN COMPANIES.
Side Kniriinf ou l>tb 8t. I*rlvirtf Offices.
Money May Be
Secured Quickly
l>r applying to llorrlns f?r a loan
lMimnnun. Wnti'h^ or .fm -x /rr
clry. F!?f ry transaction ^
strlct'y i-orfldcnflal. Inter j)
at the low r.itc of .
Money Loaned Salaried People
HORNING, 9th <& D,
mv24-1?<l
IF YOU DECIDE
To get a PHIVATK loan on fnrnltar*.
piano. ele.. without retnorsl. stwl want ta
get It where NO QUESTIONS WILL BE
AS*KD. where ?lie matter will receive
prompt mik) courtsattention. on om
this blank, mall It to na and oar AOtlNT
WILL CALL AT ONCB and rxplala oar
rates, which are the lowest offered la the
cltv. Loans p?ld off and mora money ad*
Tanred Tel. Mala 4STS.
Name
Address
Amount wanted. 9
DISTRICT LOAN CO.,
638 F ST. NW . COB TTH AND r.
(?)??*?#" ~ " "
I
-9
ONLY
Per month for loan* In all atamrara. TV a ia?
elude* all our chsrees. Oth?r? advertise lower
ratee. etc.: they almost offer to aire too tha
money: but when you go to tbelr office taer win
confront you with all sorts of chsrges f<* com
mission*. extras, etc.. which make ta* loan cost
many times what thoy adTertlse. We make we
such chsrges. No admission fee,: no charge* f?*r
drawing op papera. Others* ads aoand goad,
hnt Investigate them, find out all the coat, then
let na tell yon what we are doing and hare be*a
doing for twelve years. The comparison will
snrpilse you. Our Indorsement ta In the people
of Washington who hare dealt here and beet,
satisfied with our ratee and the courtesy shows
them. * We make payments to aolt y?l?r convea
lence. and ask no payment on Interest or nrte.
Opal until TWO MONTHS FROM THE PAT
TOP OFT THF LOAN. No charge whatever
for the first month. We are leadera: others fol
low. Let na pay np yoor loan and advance yon
more money. On loans of and mora our rata
ta onlr U, percent per month. Instead of 3 par ccaL
PON FT OFNTT A T.: PRTVATF; NO OFLAT.
RGOVESTMEMT CDMPAMY
Thompson Bldg., 703 15th at. O-w.
Nest to Drug Store. Opposite Treaanry.
sn20 SOd
MONKY IX1ANRD SALARIED PEOPLE * OTH
era upon their own notes, without security; aasleat
terms; confidential. Knowtag ones who have deait
elsewhere especially Invited. My propoaltloa will
please. H. ELWOOD. Bm.416, Jealfer bid*.. TAD.
leg-tf.g
Wby pay 10% whea you caa get it for 3%?
If you are on need of money
Any amount, you can get It hers Immediately.
H. K. Fulton's Loan Office
(ESTABLISHED 1*70).
314 9TH ST. N.W.
Loans made on Watches. Diamond a. Jewelry*
ap8-tf.l4 Gold. Silverware, etc.
IDEAL LOAN CO.
INCOBPOBATKD.
913 F N.W.. BOOM I.
Loans on Furniture,
Pianos, etc.,
AT LOWEST RATE. -
Private officea. Conrteoqa treatment. my12-tl
Money Loaned Salaried People
??4 others, without aecnrlty; easy pay meats:
offices In 83 principal cities; aava yourself
money by getting my terma first. D. H. TOL?
MAN. Roam BOfi. ft38 15th st. a.w. aolS-tf.fi
I GENERAL NEWS GATHERED
ALONG THE RIVER FRONT
The tide of trsveJ from this city Is set
ting strongly toward river points ajid will
continue that way for several weeks.
Residing in this city are many hundreds
of persons who spent their early years on
farms in Maryland and Virginia and who
still call their birthplaces home. Each
summer they go *there for visits. Many
have purchased small places and have
built summer homes where each spring
tiie women and children of the family go
to spend the summer, leaving the men,
who have to remain at work, to maks
week-end trips to see them. It Is ths
movement from this city to such summer
homes that is causing the heavy travel.
The river steamers are also carrying
down furniture In large quantities to fur
nish the houses, but as yet the furniture
shipments are not as heavy as they will
be about the middle of June. At Colonial
Beach. Coltons, River Springs. Wllker
sons, St. Georges and other summering
places along the river, haste is being
made to get the resorts In order for the
summer business, which will soon open.
Work Is being pushed on the repairs to
the steamer Wakefield, of the fleet of the
Potomac and Chesapeake Stcaiflboat Com
pany, at the Newport News shipyard, and
it Is cxpected the steamer will be ready
to go into service by the 1st of June. The
hull Is being rebuilt, the boiler and ma
chinery overhauled and other work done
that will put the steamer in thorough or
der for trips on the river during the sum
mer months. As soon as It is definitely
ascertained when the Wakefield will bs
ready 10 return to service the summer
schedules of the river line boats will bs
issued and all the wharves between this
city and Nomini will have frequent serv
ice.
The schooner Bessie Jones, the Mary
land oyster police ship which patrols ths
oyster beds along the Potomac to protect
them from the depredations of "pirates."
has left her station in the mouth of the
Wicomico river, in Maryland, for the St.
Marys river, where she will be hauled out
for general overhauling of her hull under
water and for other repair work. As
soon as the work is completed the vessel
will return to her station, and during ths
closed season her launches will patrol ths
oyster beds.
Arrived?Schooner Emily Washington,
cord wood, irom a river point to the
dealers; tug Camilla with a tow from a
down-river point; sloop Daisy, at Alex
andria to load a general cargo for this
city; tug John Miller with a tow from
little Hunting creek: schooner Columbia,
lumber, from the lower Potomac at Alex
andria; tug Fortuna with a tow of coal
laden barges from Baltimore for this city
and Alexandria.
Sailed?Bugeye Kathleen, light, for a
down-river point io load back to this
city; schooner I^ottle Carter, for Mattor
creek to load lumber for the dealers here;
tug tSandard Oil Company, No. 12. tow
ing tank barges Nos. 52 and 77, light, for
Baltimore to load back to this city; flattie
F. C. I>ewiB. light, from this city for a
Potomac point to load; schooner Juliet
and Annie, light, for Aquia creek to load
cord wood back to this city; tug Cart.
Toby with a tow of coal-laden lighters for
the naval powder-making plant on Mat
tawoman creek.
Memoranda-Schooner Flora and Agnes
is In Mattox creek to load cord wood for
this city; schooner J. P. Robinson Is on
her way to this port with grain and cord
wood from I'pper Maohodoc creek;
schooner Grape Shot 1s on her way to
Reedvllle. Va.. with empty flsh barrels
aboard; schooner Murray Vandiver is at
West Point. Va.. loading pine lumber f'?r
the dealers here; tug Margaret has .-ailed
from Baltimore with a tow of barges for
Potomac points and Alexandria.
The four-masted schooner Kate B. Og
den, which is tinder charter to load lum
ber at Charleston. S. C.. for this city,
has arrived at her loading port ar.d s
taking aboard h^r cargo. The vessel will
probably reach this city the latter part of
June and wi'l discharge cargo for John
son & Wimsatt.
The side-wheel steamer Jane Moseley,
used in the celored excursion business on
the Potomac, is at the works of the K.
J. Codd Company, Baltimore, being over
hauled and made ready for service. The
vessel is expected to return to this port
early the coming month and will tnen
enter on excursion s?rvice to down-river
points.
. In spite of the cool and threatening
weather yesterday, tne excursion lines
operating boats on the river were well
patronized. A large throng went to o
lonial Beach, and Marshall Hall wa? well
patronized by those desiring a shorter
trip. The colored resorts were also well
j patronized.
j He?How Is it you are always out whSS
11 tall? She-Just luck.?Liis.

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