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THIS AFTERltOOW. TRlSTlJiS SALE OK PREMISES 27u5 DIM B AKTON A VK. By virtue of a deed of trust recorded among the laml records of the I>1 tri? t of Columbia In J iN*r 2?V?T. fo||o 4<>1>. I shall *11. ill public iiuc ? ion. In front of the prnnhM, on S \TURDAY, THF. TWENTY SIXTH DAY OF Jl'NE. 10"P. AT FIVE n'dt^K P.M. p-rrs of lot* 10 and IV1 . in square 1230. In the city of Washington. In said District. described as follows: Bcglnnln-r for the wimp at a point on the north lino of Dumbarton inm ili.stiint 52 fwt west from ?hi* west lino of 27th street. and tunning thence east 1R f?-i*t: thence north Hrv feet; thence west Jf* feet. and thence south Hit fret to the place r>f beginning, together with the improvement-1, etc.. iirid also with the free use and right of wav ever, as an alleyway, ten feet wide, leidlng Into 27th street, of the land in the rear of said de s< rfbed ground. Terms: One-third cash, residue In two equal payments. at one and two years. 6 per cent in terest, payable semi-annually, secured by the n^fes of the purchaser and deed of trust on the property, or all cash, at optl <n of purchaser; JUKI deposit. All conveyancing. rec.^-dln*. etc.. at purchaser's cost. Terms to be compiled with In IS days. or trustee reserves the right to PP advertlse and sell at coat and rl-k of defaulting purchaser. CHARLES n CRAGIN. Surviving Trustee. THOS .1. OWEN Sc SON. Aucte. Jelfi dAds eSn FUTURE DAYS. THOS. J. OWEN ? SON. A I* OTI ON EERS. By virtue of n certnin deed of trust dttly re corded in IJN r No. 2073. at folio 3.1 et seq.. one of the land records of the District of Columbia, and re recorded in IJbcr No. 3100. at folio .154 et seq. of said land records. and at the request r?f the party secured thereby, the nnderwigned trustees will sell, at public auction. In front of ? he premises. No. 2fin5 P st n.w.. on WED NESDAY. JI'LY SEVENTH. 1V09. AT FIVE O'f'I/X'K r.M.. the easternmost half part of lot numberi d seventy-three In Holmead's addition to Georgetown. the same fronMne about sisly three feet on P street, and extending back for a depth on 2fith street forty feet, and more par ticularly described as follows: Beginning for the Same at the southeast corner of lot seventy three In square twelve hundred and sixty-five. and run ning thence west along the line of P street sixty feet; thence north at right angles forty feet: thence cast at right angles anil parallel to I* street sixty feet to 26th street; thence south ? long 28th street at right angles forty feet to the place of beginning. Terms of sale: One-third cash. A deposit of f1oo.ni> tvIII be required at time of sale. All r*nveyanc!nc rei-ordlng. etc.. at cost of pur chaser. Terms of sale to bo complied with within fifteen days fr >ni day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the prop erty at the risk and cost of defaulting jmrchaser after five days' advertisement of such resale in ?"ine newspaper published in Washington. P. C. JOSEPH H. STEWART, THOMAS WALKER. Je2fi-eod.eSu Trustees. WILSON & MAYERS. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SAI.E or VALUABLE IMPROVED RE A I. ESTATE IN THE CITY OF WASH INGTON. n. C. KNOWN AS PREMISES NO 72:. ELEVENTH STREET NORTH WEST. Ry virtue of a certain deed of trust dulr re corded in I.lt>er 3117. folio 224 et seq.. of the land records <f tin I?istrlct of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, we, the undersigned trustees, will sell at public auc tion. In front of the premises, on THURSDAY. THE FIRST !>\Y OK ,11'LY. A ll. 1000. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises, situate !n the citv of Washing ten. in the District of Columbia anil designated as and lielnz the north twenty i20i feet front on Eleventh street by tin- full depth of original lot numbered seven 17 ? In square numbered three hundred and forty tlve iSl.'ii. subject to a prior Incumbrance of twelve thousand dollars i$12."00> together with the Improvements, consisting of four-story and cellar brick store and dwelling. Terms of ??]<?: 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 five per centum per an num. payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured l.y deed of trust upon the property sold, cr all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of *200 will Is* required of the pur chaser at the time of sale. All conveyancing, Tecopllng and notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to lie complied with ?within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the prop erty. at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur ? hascr. after five days' advertisement of such re sale in some iiewspajicr published In the city of Washington. I). c. LEONARD W. GROOMF.S. FREDERICK A. PENNING. Ji*23-dAds Trustee. ADAM A. WESCI1LER, Auctioneer. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES TATE. KNOWN AS NO. 30t> LINWORTH PLACE SOI"THWEST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed on the 10th day of June. 1000. in the case of John R. Cumberland et al vs. Mary R. Zaehary et *!.. Equity No. 27141. the undersigned trustees, will sell at public auction In front of the prem ises on Tl'ESDAY. THE SIXTH DAY OK J ELY. 100?. at HALF-PAST FOI'R O'CLOCK P.M.. ? lie following described land and premises sit uate In the city of Washington. District of Co lumbia, and distinguished as and being all that certain piei-e or parcel of land and premises deacrllied as the north fifteen (15) feet front, hy full depth thereof, of lot numbered nine <0>. 1n James Pearson's subdivision of square num !>ered two hundred and sixty-six (2tM!) as per plat of said subdivision recorded in Liber N.K., folio l?o. in the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia, improved by a house known as No. :M? Linworth place southwest, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia. Terms of Sale: One-third (*>31 of the pur chase money to lie paid in cash and the balance In two equal installments, payable In one and two years, with Interest at the rate of 6 per rent * per annum, payable semi-annually from ?lay of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cssb. at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $150 will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale. All convey ancing, recording and notarial fees at the costs of the purchaser. Terms of sale to lie complied with within fifteen days from date of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the rlsrlit to re sell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after giving five days' ad vertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in the citv of Washington, I*. C. WILL W. POIOLAS. Washington Loan and Trust bldg., CHARLES W. CLAGETT, Colorado building. PHILANDER A. BOWEN. Jr.. 1413 G street northwest, j?24 dAds.eSu Trustee*. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE OF HANDSOME AND VALUABLE COUNTRY SEAT. "SHAMROCK LODGE." SITI ATED NEAR JKSSI'P. HOWARD COUNTY, MD? Only 2o minutes from Camden station and 30 minutes from Washington. B. ft O. R. R. FINEST TRAIN SERVICE OUT OP WASHINGTON. A VERY SHORT DRIVE OR WALK FROM J ESS UP STATION. \ OF A MILE FROM THE NEW WASHINGTON BOULEVARD AND V<1 MII.ES FROM THE W.. R. A A. ELECTRIC R. R. CONTAINING ABOCT .'to ACRES OF LAM). HANDSOMELY IMPROVED BY A MODERN PWEIXING. GARDENERS HOFSE. LARGE STABLE. WAGON SHED. I<"E HOUSE ?FIIJJ3>t. CHILDREN'S PLAY HOUSE AND MANY OUTBUILDINGS. FINE WATER. ARTESIAN" WEIL. PLENTY OF FRUIT AND EXCELLENT OAR DEN. MAGNIFICENT LAWN. FINE Or J) SHADE TREES. By direction of the owner we will offer for sale t?v public auction, on the premises as above, on TUESDAY. THE TWENTY NINTH DAY OF JUNE. 1009. AT THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. the baudsome country seat above mentioned. For full description and information write for Booklet to the Auctioneers. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In six and twelve months, with Interest and aecurltv, or all cash. A deposit of $500 will be required at the tlm-> of sale. To Inspect property take Baltimore and Ohio railroad from Union station. Washington to J.-.Kiip, TAKE TRAIN LEAVING UNION ST\ TION. DAY OK SALE. AT 2 O'CLOCK PM WHICH WILL STOP AT JESSCP. OOWEY ANCES WILL MEET THIS TRAIN ON AR RIVAL By order of CLARENCE COTTMAN. PATTISON A GAIlAN, Auctioneers. Baltimore. Md. .23.26.2* ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. Chancery Sale of Frame Dwelling No. iqio L St. N.W., 2 Brick Dwellings Nos. 1912 and 1914 L St. N.W., Brick Dwelling No. 1812 M St. NAN and Frame Dwelling No. 936 25th St. N.W. By virtue of 11 de ree of the Supreme Court of ? b? District of Columbia, passed In equity cause No. 2M2* we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at public atictlon In front of the re spectlve premise*. ON FRIDAY THE SECOND DAY OE JI'LY. A.D. Wtt COMMENCING AT HALF PAST FOI'R O'CLOCK I' M., the follow ing dc*crit>ed land and premises, situate In the < Ity of Washington, in the District of Colmn bla. and designated as and lieing suhlot "A" and the west 2fi feet of original lot !?>, in square numbered NY improved by two two-story bri- k dwelll?cs and one two-story frame duelling. N??s. lftlt*. 1012 anil 1014 L strcer northwest. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. sublot .1. In square nuBit'ered 140. Improved by two-story brick dwelling. No. 1M1L' M street northwest. AT QI ARTER PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. part of lot 24. In square nurat>ered 1H. being the nortl) 21.67 feet front of said lot 24. fronting on 25th atreet northwest, and improved by tnrec-stirj and baseiu.-Bt frame dwelling. No. JKiO 25th street northwest Terms of Sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the balance in two equal Inst ailments, payable In one and two years, with Interest at six per centum i>er an num. 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 $2iM"> on ea?-h house will lie required of the purchaser at the time of sale. All con veyancing. recording and notarial fees at the stmt of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be com plied with within fifteen days from dav of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and coan of the defaulting purchaser or purchasers, after five da>s? ?d* ertisenient of such resale >n some rsewa ?apcr published lu the city of Washington, D. C. MICHAEL J. KEANB Centurv ii;itl<ilng, MICHAEL J. OOLBERT. Century building. rttidfi.Su Trustee?. AUCTION SALES. MONDAY. ANOTHER LAKliE SALF. OF HORSES AND MULES AT THE WASHINGTON HORSE AND MULE CO.'S S*T A BLHS, 3287 M ST. S.YV.. On Monday, June 2S, S909, at 10 A. M. (Rain or Shine.) We wiP have for our auction on Monday. 1<V) held of Fresh Country Shipped Horses and Mules, consisting of Draft, Drivers and General Purpose Horses, and some Speed. Thei?e Horses have r>een carefully selected through Maryland, l'enn cylvsnla and Virginia, by the M>-Henry Bros., who always have for their sales what they ad vertise. and sell under a strict guarantee, or money refunded if they are not as represented. We will also have about forty head of Horses for local partle*. Horses ou ' Inspection Sunday, .June 27. McHENRY BROS.. Proprietors. Telephone, West 1237. Je26-2t.30 TRUSTEES' SAT-E OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL. ESTATE, BEING THE BUSINESS PROPERTY NO. 825 7TH ST. N.W. Chancery sale of valuable real estate, Improved by brick bouse No. 823 7th at. n.w.. same being lot twenty-nine (29) In the subdivision of lots lti square four hundred fifty-three (453) made by J. H. Shreve and J. W. Wade, as per plat recorded In IJber ten (10) at folio forty-three (43i of the ivcorda In the offlcc of the surveyor for the Dis trict of Colombia, said lot being nineteen and three-qnarters (19%) ft. by one hundred flfM)) ft. By Tlrtne of a decree of the Supreme Court of the' District of Columbia, we. tbe undorsljmod, trnstees. will sell at public auction, on MONDAY. JUNE TWENTY-EIGHTH, 1900. AT FIVE O'CI/OCK P.M., the above described business property, sale to be had in front of the pre"mlses. The property 19 now occupied under a month-to-1 month tenancy, and occupancy can be had within thirty (30) days after compliance with the terms of the sale by the purchaser. The terms of Bale si?: One-third of the purchase mCnev In cash, balance payable two years from the date of sale, with Interest at six (8) per centum per annnm, the deferred purchase money to be secured by a deed of trust, and a deposit of one thousand (1.000) dollars Is requ'red of purchaser at the time of sale. All conveyancing. recording and certificate of title at the cost of the purchaser. The terms of the sale are to be complied with within fifteen (IS) daya after the date of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right *o resell property at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after a five (5) day advertisement In some news paper of dally circulation published In the city of Washington. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers. THOS. C. BRADLEY. Jr., Century building. 412 6th st. n.w. J. ENOS RAY, Jr., Colnmblan building. 416 5th at. n.w. JelB-mt.eSn&hol ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES* SALE OF FIVE BEAUTIFUL NEW HOUSES IN THE NORTHWEST SECTION OF THE CITY. KNOWN AS PREMISES 33S8. 3360 AND 33(54 EIGHTEENTH STREET. AND 1M0 AND 1S12 NEWTON STREET. By virtue of a certain deed or trust rtated No vember 26. 19:>6, and recorded in Liber No. 3010, folio 127 et seq., of the land records of the DIs trlct of Columbia, and at the renuest of the holders of the notes secured thereby, we will offer separately at public sale. In front of the respective premises, on MONDAY. THE TWEN TY-EIOHTH DAY OP JUNE A. D. IO09. COM MENCING AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK 1'. M., the following described real estate situate In the county of Washington. District of Colum bia. to wit: Lots numbered forty (40>, forty-one (41). forty-four (44). forty-sis (4H> and forty- I seven (47> of Harry T. Jones' subdivision of lots in bl'?ck numbered two (2> "Ingleslde." as per plat recorded In the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia. In Liber county No. 22, at folio 73. together with the improvements thereon and together with a right of way for alley purposes for the benefit of said lots 44, 4ft. *47 and 48, over a part of lot 42 of said sub division, described as follows: Beginning for the same at the southeast corner of said lot 42. and running thence north along the east line of said lot seventy-five (7.">t feet; thence west three (3) feet: thence south seventy-live (75) feet to the south line of said lot: thence east three (3) feet to the place of beginning; subject, however, to a first and prior encum brance on each of said lots amounting to $rt,600. with Interest thereon from May 26. 19u7, at the rate of five per cent per annum Terms of Sale: The hereinbefore mentioned en cumbninoe. with Interest thereon, on each of the above-described lots to be assumed by the purchaser and the balance to be paid In cash. A deposit of $200 on each lot 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 a?d cost of default ing purchaser after five days' advertisement in some newspaper published In Washington city, D. C. Conveyancing at cost of purchaser. CLARENCE B. RHEF.M. ALEXANDER T. HENSEY. 727 15th st. n.w. Jel2dAds.exPu Trustees. MARCUS NOTES. AUCTIONEER. Special Sale of Furniture and Carpets, Within My Warerooinnis, 426 9th St. N.W., On Monday, June 28, At HO A.M., Comprising the Entire Effects of Three Apart= ments, Lunchroom and Lot of Goods from Install ment House. Quartered Oak and Mahogany Dressers. Chif foniers. Sideboards. Dressing Tables, Brass and Enamel Beds. Springs, about 50 Felt Mattresses, 100 Quartered Oak Dining and Bedroom Chairs, 25 Oak and Mahogany Rockers. Refrigerators, Large Range. 25 Drop-side Couches and Pads. National Cash Register. Silent and Otb"r Show cases. Roll-top Desks, Wardrobes and about 50 Good Carpets and Rugs. Goods now on view. Sale absolute. Terms cash. Je25-3t.40 ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. Sale of Condemned Ma= ternal Belonging to the United States National Museums. A special auction sale of material no langer serviceable to the National Museum will be held at No. 431 0th street southwest on MONDAY MORNING AT 10 O'CLOCK. JUNE TWENTY EIGHT. 1009. The material to be disposed of comprises woodworking and other machinery, typewriting machines, cases, office furniture, old lumber, glasn Jars, plate, hammered and skylight glass, stesm colls, radiators, gas stoves, and a large assortment of miscellaneous objects. Terms of sale cash. Purchasers' must remove material within forty-eight hours after sa'e. Bv order Secretary Smithsonian Institution. Je22.24.25&20 FUTtJRE DAYS. ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES* SALE OF THREE CHARMING HOUSES. KNOWN AS PREMISES 2512 AND 2514 ONTARIO ROAD NORTHWEST. AND 1757 EUCLID STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of two certain deeds of trust, one dated June 13. 1008, and recorded in Liber 3100. folio 151 et seq., of the land records of the Dis trict of Columbia, and the other dated Sep tember 25. 1007, and recorded In Liber 3115. folio 05 et seq.. of the land records of the Dis trict of Columbia, and at the reouest of the holders of the notes secured thereby, we will ofTer separately at public sale. In front of th resjiectlve premises, on TUESDAY. THE TWEN TY-NINTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1000. COM MENCING AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described real estate, situate In the county of Washington. District of Colum bia. to wit: Lot iiuinber.-d forty (40) In souare numbered twenty-five hundred and sixty-four f25t!4) of Walker and Duke's subdivision of block numbered thirteen (13). "Meridian Illll." as per plat recorded In the office of the sur veyor for the District of Columbia in Liber County 20 at folio 181, and lots numbered forty three (41) and forty-eight (48) in square nitni l>ered twenty-five hundred and sixty-four (2504> Of Harrv T. Jones' subdivision of lots in Walker and Duke's subdivision. In said square, as per plat of said Jones' subdivision, recorded in the office of the surveyor for the District of Colum bia In IJber County 22. folio lit. together with the improvements thereon. Subject, however, as to lot 4?) to prior Incumbrances aggregating $7,000. with Interest thereon at the rate of .1 per cent from October 1. 1907; as to lot 43. to prior Incumbrances, aggregating $?.700. with In terest thereon at the rate of 5 per cent from Octol>er 1. 1907. and as to lot 48. to prior In cumbrances. aggregating $0,800. with Interest thereon at the rate of 5 per cent per annum from October 1. 1007. Terms of sale: The purchaser to assume the incumbrances slwve mentioned with Interest on each lot and pay the balance of the purchase money in cash. A deposit of $200 on each lot will be r>uulre<> at time of sale. Sale tb be closed In fifteen days from day of sale; otherwise the property will be resold at the risk and co?t of defaulting purchaser aftj-r five days' adver tisement In some newspaper published In Wash ington City. D. C. Conveyancing at cost of pur chaser. GEO. W. F. SWARTZELL, Trustee, ALEXANDER T. HENSEY. Trustee, J*ia d*ds.e8n 727 15th st. n.w. ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. Receivers' Sale in Bank= ruptcy of Entire Stock Groceries, etc., Contained in Store No. S>?6 F Street Northeast. By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a bankruptcy t-ourt In re Annie R. Bnyne. bankrupt. No. r>22, the. undersigned receivers will sell by public auction, wltbln the itltove premises on TUES DAY, JUNE TWENTY-NINTH. 1!>o;t. COM MENTING AT TEN O'CiaiCK A.M.. a miscel laneous stock of groceries etc. Tertus cash. HARRY II. HOLLANDER. 410 ."tli st. ti.wr., CHARLES W CLAGETT. Colorado building. ? Receivers. JESSE E. rOTBLBY, Attorney. Je23-iJt.eSu AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DAYS. THOS. J. OWEN & SOX. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OK A VALUABLE PWELL ING. NO. 2R0O UNIVERSITY PLACE, CO LUMBIA HEIGHTS. Default having been made under the provisions of a certain deed of trust dated April IS. 1903. and recorded-April 18. 1905. In Liber 2963. folio 437 et seq.. of tho land records of the District of Colombia, by request of the party secured the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction. In front of the premises, on TUESDAY, TUE TWENTY-NINTH DAT OF JUNE, 1900. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. psrt of lot 17 In Mock 42. of W. C. Hill's subdivision of the middle part of the Columbian University grounds, , known as I'nlTerslty Park, as said subdivision Is recorded In the office of the surveyor of the ' District of Columbia. In County Book 6. page 5, beginning for the same at the Southeast corner of said lot and runnlnz thence westerly along f the south line of said lot 144.70 feet, thence northerly 25.015 feet, thence easterly to a point on the west side of University place distant 25 j feet north of the southeast corner of said lot, < thence southerly alone the went line of Univer sity place 25 feet to the place of beginning. Terms of sale: All cash, or one-third cash, one-third in one year and one-third in two years, at. purchaser's option, deferred payments to be secured on the premises sold and to be evi denced by promissory notes bearing interest at the rate of five per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Conveyancing at purchaser's cost. A deposit of $.".00 to !>e made at the time of sale, and terms of sale to be complied with within 1.1 days, or trustees may advertise and sell at purchaser's risk after 5 days' previous advertisement CHARLES F. NESBIT. Trniitee, LEE D. LATIMER. Trustee. JelS-d&ds.eSu 1408 New York ave. THOS. J. OWEN A SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM PROVED REAL ESTATE SITUATE IN CONNECTICUT AVENUE HIGHLANDS. D. C. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re-, corded in Liber No. 2801, folio 400 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia. an<l an order of the Supreme Court of the D. C. passed In equity cause No. 2S1S9. and at the i request of the party secured thereby, the under-1 signed substituted trustee will sell at public auc tion. in front of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF JULY, A.D. 190<>. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and premises, situate in the county of Washington. District of Columbia, and desig nated as and tielng lot numbered 1 In block num bered 1 In the subdivision of Connecticut Avenue Highlands, a subdivision of part of a tract of land known as "Addition to the Rock of Dum barton." as per plat of said subdivision re corded in the office of the survevor of the Dis trict of Columbia, in Liber No. IS, folio 12. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, balance In two equal Installments, payable in one and two years, with interest at 0 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 $100 will be required at time of sale. All con veyancing. recording, etc.. at cost ol purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within 15 days from day of sale, otherwise the trustee re serves tho right to resell the property, at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after Ave days' advertisement of such resale in some newt paper published in Washington. D. C. GEORGE J. EASTrCRDAY. Substituted Trus'.eo, 1410 G. 1e21-dA-ds.eSu ADAM A. WKSCIILER. AUCTIONEER. To Close an Estate., CHANCERY SALE OF VALU ABLE REAL ESTATE, Situ ated in the Northwest Section of the City of Washington, D. C., Being the Premises 1102 21st st.; 2105 and 2107 L St.; 1031 22d st.; 1516 21 st st.; 2100 i6tn St.; 1131, 1133 and 1137 15th St.: J453> 1455. J457 and 1459 Ver mont court. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed on the 17th day of May. A.D. 1WI?. in the ease of ClHrke vs. Clarke et al.. Equity 2*?2.'>2, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction.in front of the respective premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE THIR TIETH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 190U. and on THURSDAY. THE FIRST DAY OF JULY. A D 1909. commencing at FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M. EACH DAY. the following described prop erty. formerly owned by the late Mlcliael Clarke. Wednesday, June 30,4:30 O'Clock j P.M. I PARCEL 1. Premises 1102 21st street iiorth west, improved by a two-story brick house, said property being described as follows: Lot 00 in square 72. in Clarke's estate trustees' aobdtvl- j slon, as recorded in Book .'!7, at page 04. of the office of the surveyor of the JMstrict of Co'urn-1 bia. ? AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. PARCELS 2 and 3. Premises 2105 and 2107 L street northwest, improved by two two story frame houses, and said property lieing described as follows: Lots 01 and 02 ill square 72. Clarke's estate trustees' subdivision, as re corded in Book 37. at page 64. of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. 1 AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. PARCEL 4. Premises 1031 22d street north west. improved by a two-story brick house, said property being described as part of lot 13 In | square 73. and beginning for the same 17.80 feet south from the corner of said lot and square. , thence 57 feet east to the rear line of said lot. I thence south 1?! '11 feet, thence west 57 feet and : thence north lO.tll feet to the place of l>eglnniug. I AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. PARCEL 5. Premises 15TC 21st street north west, improved by a three-story brick house, said property being described as the south 10 feet front by the depth thereof of lot IS In square 07, said property containing 2.352 square feet, more or less. And on Thursday, July I, at 4:30 O'Clock P.M. PARCEL 0. Premises 2100 10th street north- 1 west, being part of lot 1 in square 174. said part having a fronting on 10th street of 28.9 feet. running back an even width along the north line of V street 110 feet to the rear line of said lot and square, and containing 3.102 square feet, more or less. AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. PARCELS 7. 8 and 9. Premises 1131. 1133 and 1137 15th street northwest. Improved by ?houses and store, said property being described, respectively, as lot 90 in square 214, lot 91 in square 214 aud lot 02 in square 214, in Clarke's estate trustees' sulidivlslon. as recorded in Book 37. at page 65. of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. PARCELS 10. 11. 12 and 18. Premises 1453. 1455, 1457 and 1459 Vermont court northwest, I said property being Improved by four brick I houses, and being known as lot 88 in square 214, lot 87 In square 214. lot 88 In square 214 and lot 89 in square 214. In Clarke's estate trustees' subdivision, recorded in Book 37, at page 05, of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. Terms of sale: One-third (??) of the purchaae money in cash and balance in two equal In stallments. payable In one and two years from date of sale, and to he represented by the promissory notes of the purchaser or purchasers bearing Interest at the rate of six per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, and secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser or purchasers thereof. A deposit of $200 will Ik? required upon parcels 1 to 0. Inclusive, and a deposit of $lc0 will lie required upon parcels 10 to 13, inclusive, of the purchaser or purchasers at the time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, examination of title, etc., at the cost of the purchaser or purchasers. Terms of tale to be compiled with within fifteen (15) days after day of sale, else the tmatees reserve the right to resell the prop erty, at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur chaser or purchasers, after five (5) da.va' adver tisement In some newspaper published In the city of Washington. D. C. MICHAEL F. CLARKE. 1100 21st st. n.w.. WILLIAM E. AMBROSE. 458 La. ave. n.w., CLAUDE W. OWEN. 504 E st. n.w.. JAMES A. TOOMF.Y. Fendall building. .jelft-d&ds.eSu Trustees. MARCUS NOTES. AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE OF UNRE DEEMED PLEDGES, OX TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1909, AT TEN O'CLOCK. I will commence to sell, at the establishment of E. Hendenheitner. 1230 Pa. ave. n.w., all pledges upon which the Interest is overdue <".p to this date, consisting of Diamond Rings. Pins, Kar j rings and Studs: Gold. tfllver and Metal Watches, [ all kinds of Fine Jewelry. Overcoats. Drogues. Ladies' Clothes and Gents' Clothes. Books. I'm I brellas. etc.. together wi!h a class of goods geu ernllr found In a loan office. Ticket holders and out-of-town custcmers kindly take notice. 1e22-7t E. HE! DEN HELM ER. Broker. ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES" SALE OF TWO-STORY BRICK ' DWELLING. NO. 1102 H STREET NORTH EAST. i By virtue of a deed of trust recorded in Liber j 2384, folio 49 et seq.. of the land records of 1 the District of Columbia, and at the request i of the party secured thereby, the undersiened trustees will sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on TUESDAY, THE TWENTY 1 NINTH DAY OF JUNE. A. I>. 1309. AT HALF PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol'owlng-dc 1 perilled land and premises, to wit: Part of lot 88 In Horace J. Gray's subdivision of square 9S1. as : per plat recorded In book 18, page 9, In the sur vevor's offl<*e of said District, beginning for the saine at a point on II street north, distant 3C.4tt 1 fe?*t esstwardlv from the southwest corner of i said square, said point of beginning being the southeast corner of said lot 88. thenc,. running west along the line of said II street 17.SO feet, I thence running norfh 70 feet, thencu mailing east 17.50 feet, and thence running south 70 i feet to the place of beginning. Improved by sU 1 room and bath brick dwelling. Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance In I one and two years, with interest at six per ' ccut. payable seml-annuully. from day of sal... , MM-urea by deed of tri st upon the property sold, or all easb A deposit of $300 req ilred at tim" of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of pun-baser. Terms of sale to be com plied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to re sell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertise ment of such resale In some newspaper published In the city of Washlngtou. I>. C. JOHN A. SCHAKFFR. WILLIAM R. McCLoSKY. I Je21 U AUs.exiu Trustees. AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DAYS. THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OK THE WELL. ! EQUIPPED LUNCHROOM 308 PENNSYL VANIA AVENUE SOUTHEAST TO BE SOLO AT PUBLIC AUCTION. ON TUESDAY. JUNE TWENTY-NINTH. 19?9. AT HALF-PAST TEN O'CLOCK A.M., consisting In part of 4 dozen bentwood chairs, 15 dining tables, 1 sideboard. 2 electric celling fans, lot of silverware, chlnaware, table linen, counter, cashier's desk. National cash register, patent dishwasher, 2 steam tables, coffee urns, - Ice boxes. Ire cream freesers and many articles not mentioned, to be sold In detail without reserve. Teems: Cash. THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Auctioneers. Je26.28 WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING NO. 2319 L STREET NORTH WEST. By rirtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded in Liber No. 2211, at folio 176 et seq.. one of the lnnd records of the District of Columbia, we shall sell. In front of the premises, on THURS DAY. THE FIRST DAY OF JULY. A. D? 1009.. AT SIX O'CLOCK P.M.. part of lot 4 In square 37, of the city of Washington, beginning for the same at the southeast corner of said lot and running thence west on L street 18 feet, thence north 97 feet, thence east 9 feet, thence north 3 feet, thence east 9 feet and thence south to the place of beginning. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in one and two years, with interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually; $200 required at time of sale and tue purchaser allowed ten days from date of sale to complete the pur chase. EMMA L. EVERETT. EUGENE C. SCAGGS. Heirs of James F. Scaggs, Surviving Trustee. Je24d?*ds.eSu WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. AUCTIONEERS. GOVERNMENT SALE. On WEDNESDAY, JUNE THIRTY. 1909, AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M., will be sold, at the bureau of engraving and printing, corner 14th and B ets. s.w., a quantity of unserviceable property, sui'h ns Horse-i>ower Motors, Iron Safe. Refrige rators, Wire Screens, Steam Trap, Structural Steel Link tThains. Street Sweeper, Cart, and other miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. Terms cash. By order of J. E. RALPH, Jc2tt-3t,exSu Director. FOB SALE?LOTS. PETWORTH; LOT ON EASY TERMS; 40 FT. frontage; located on east side of Georgia ave. between Qulncy and Randolph sts.; adjoins a handsome lawn. OWNER, 340S 14th n.w. Je26-3t? FOR 8ALE?2 LOTS ON CONNECTICUT AVE. n.w., with forest shade. Price, 37c per foot. I Address Bo* 83, Star office. Je2fl-2t* FOR SALE?4 LOTS SITUATED ON 14TH ST. I n.w. Trice, 28c per foot. Addre*? Box 84. Star j office. Je2t>-2t* FOR 8ALB?OWNER WILL SELL FINE LOT IN Saul's Addition. 45x125 feet to alley, on west sidp of 14th st. near Decatur, at bargain. Small cash payment and easy terms. Call on or address R. M. PHILES, 3703 14th 6t. Je2fl-7t F?>R SALE?BARGAIN LOT, 20x117 TO ALLEY; I'ark road near 14th st. Inquire Owner, after 6 p.m., 1357 Park road. Je26-3t* CATHKDRAL HEIGHTS. Highest elevation on Mass. ave. One of the fittest residence lots In this superb snUlivislou; only half block from Mass. ave.; 25c a foot. THE DANIEL REALTY CO.. je2?-3t 730 17th st. n.w. FOR SALE?$1.50 PER FOOT WILL BUY A line corner lot on Wash. Heights. 50x92 to al ley. Splendid location for 3-story apartment. See THOS. J. FISHER 4 CO. (Inc.). 738 15th st. n.w. Phone M. fl"<30. After 6 p.m- phone M. 6746-Y. Je20-3t.oSu ? FOR SALE?6 CHOICE LOTS. COLUMBIA Heights; 3 16x70; 2 20x100; 1 25x100; at bar gain; easy terms; or exchange for house under $7,500; pay difference caan. Box 103, Star office. FOR SALE?TWO CHEAP LOTS IN PET worth, 4()xll5 ft.; 22 cents; on grade; shade; elevated section, near car line; terms to suit. Address Box 74. Star office. Je2.V3t* FOR SALE?FHONTAGE 157 FT ON MT Pleasant St.; 75c p?r aq. ft. to aulck buyer; Interests of a non-resident; easy terms. Ad dress Box 42. Star office. Je23-4t* WANTED?LOTS. WANTED -FOURTH OR HALF ACRE LOT O* or neur Conn. ave. !>ef. city aqd Pierce Mill road, or 14th or lUth st. extended; must state location aud price. Address Itox 92, Star of flce. __ MONEV~WANTED AND TO LOAN. WANTED-I/OAN OF $3,000 ON TWO ROMAN brick buildings, well located northwest, to be sold this week for $5,000; will i?ay 5% inter eft. Address OWNER B.. Star office. je26-3t Mo.NEY TO I.OAN--I HAVE THREE SI MS TO !<mn on improved D. C. real estate--$:j.OOO. $4,000 and $5,000. Interest, Apply IV>x (!8. Star office. je25-3t.eSu WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING SUMS IN HAND to loan on D. C. real estate: $5'X>. $1,000, $1,500. $2,000. $2,500. $3,000. $4,000. $5,000. $6,000 and other sums up to $20,000; economi cal consideration for borrowers. Jell-tf MOORK & HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. MONEY"TO LOAN ON CITY AND SUBURBAN property. Low rates. H. L. THORNTON. my29-90t-4 607 13th st. n.w. TO LOAN?SPECIAL FUND OF $40,000 TO loan on Inside business property at 4^%; also fund of $5,000 or less to loan at 5% on Im proved property. BUTLER-TALIAFERRO CO.. Cor. 9th and H n.yv. myl9-tf $200 000.00 or any part thereof. to loan at lowest rates of Interest on D. C. real estate. LEM TOWERS. Jr.. Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. ? pT-tf.7 1421 F street n.w. FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOANS. We will loan more on your property than sny other concern Lowest rates. All amounts. meats arranged to suit you. NO DELAYS. OPEN UNTIL 5:30 P.M. NATIONAL LOAN A- INVESTMENT CO.. Thompson Bide.. 703 15th st. n.w.. 2d floor. Opposite Treasury. Next to Drug Store. ap2P-tf ^ MONEY TO LOAN IN" SUMS TO SUIT AT COR rent rates of interest on real estate In the District of Columbia. FITCH. FOX A BROWN. jet-tf 1400 G st. n.w. PRIVATE PARTY HAS MONET TO LOAN IN any amonnt from $10 to $500 on pianos, house hold goods, store fixtures, automobiles, horses and wagons. Indorsed notes: lowest rates In eltr: no ??romnany" or red tape; strictly con fidential. Station O. Box 2401. apl4-tf,4 MONET TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. Low intere-t. Rensonable fees. Promnt action. LARGE LOANS A SPECIALTY. GEO. W. LINK INS. 800 19TH ST. N.W. mlilO-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate nt lowest current rates of interest. Spe cial privileges with respect to prior payments. Large amounts a specialty. TYLER A- RUTH ERFORD. 730 15th st. n w. feO-tf.S LOANS NEGOTIATED ON APPROVED COL lateral, such as Stock*. Bonds, Rlrig. and Ix?n Ass'n Shares. Old-line Life Insurance Policies. Svndicnte Certlflcntes. etc. No delay. C. A. BAKER, Rooms 50 52, 1110 F. -Phone M. 517. mhtO-tf MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWE8T RATES OF IN terest on D. C. real estate. No unreasonable delay. _ WALTER H. ACKER. mh29 ?f.5 1420 F st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON D.C. REAL ESTATE? Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal In amount* of *100 or more received at any in terest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY. Bond bldg.. 1408 New York are, n.w. no2-tf IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN, BUY or sell on real estate. I can save you time and cash, as I give personal attention to all deals. defrtf.4 J. F.AKIN OADSBY. 526 13th st. n.w. I MONEY TO LOAN?LETT US MAKE YOUR NEW loans or replace old ones at lowest rates of In terest. All transactions conducted with econom ical consideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS * CO.. 140T F st. n w. ap22 90t.S REAL ESTATE LOANS MADE AT 4^ TO ft Kr cent: every possible consideration shown rrowers; we have never foreclosed on a property. THfc HARRISON REALTY COMPANY. ap17-tf <121 13th st. n.w.. Washington. D.O STORAGE. FIDELITY STORAGE CO.. 1420 V ST. N.W ? If you will inspect this warehouse and note the cleanliness and manner of storing furni ture. we feel certain of your patronag; 1.000 rooms; Indestructible; carjK-ts cleaned; moth proof storage. Estimates furnished. inyS-HOt 100 SEPARATE STORAGE ROOMS; STORAGE by the load: packing, hauling and shipping S*e us before stortng. THOS. DOWLINO A CO.. Auctioneers. 812 E st. n.w. Phone M. 515. myl-tf.4 FIREPROOF STORAGE. Separate locked rooms. $2.00 per month up. Estimates furnished. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER STORAGE CO.. oc3l-tf.B 920-922 E st. n.w. WHY PAY MORE? WE STORE FURNITURE FOR 75C PER LOAD. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. 418-20 22 loTII ST. N.W. PHONE M. 4229. ?pl4-90t.4 DOGS, PETS, ETC! One cent a word for 15 words. ! CIIEYY CHASE KENNELS. MD.: DOGS BOARD ed summer A- winter: BEST CARE, good food; large aliady runs. For rates phone N. 1603, or apply HOSPT. FOR ANIMALS, 2115 14th. Jclfl-tf.4 SINGING CANARIES. PARROTS. DOGS. RAB blts. Guinea pigs and Flee-Flea dog soap; kills fleas, keep* akin healthy, make* coat glossy. SCHMID'S BIRD STORK. 712 12th St. B.W. my!7tf DR. CF.CII. FRENCH. SPECIALIST. Treatment of the Dog and Cat exclusively. Office, 718 12th at. n.tr. Kennels, cor. Park road and 20th st. n.W. spl4-tf HERB SPECIALIST; MANUFACTURERS OF MURK REMEDIES: guaranteed to cure or relieve the most obstinate disease* known to mankind. M. A. LOUIS ft SONS. 1747 7th st. n.w. Jel-365t.4 COUNTRY BOARD. SUMMER UOAUD?CLOVERDALE KAH.M. VA.. 45 minutes from city, 10 minutes' walk from station; 11 rooms aod hath; beautiful shade. One spring w?wr, fresh milk. vegetables, egg*, chickens. Address Box ?, West Falls ?"huivb. Va. Je2S-3t* | COTTAGE HOUSE - PLEASANT COUNTRY home; good water, fresh vegetables. fresh meat, milk. ??ess. chickens. fruit; st-.ady frounds and porch. Mrs. JOHN MILLER, ox 7H. Bluemont. Va. Je28 sa-3t* | '"MENoKIN"?COLONIAL HOME. SEMINARY. Va.; Htuated ou high platrau. surrounded by grove of ancient oaks, overlooking Washing ton; Ideal summer home; open for boarder* July 1. For particular* address 11. L. PICKETT, Alexandria. Va.. K. F. I>. No. 2. | EN THE COUNTRY NEAR WARREN TON. VA.; cool rooms; shady lawn; table supplied from farm; terms moderate. Mr*. J. R. Will* Gainesville. Va. Je2t>^t* WANTED - FOLlt GENTLEMEN BOARDERS for the summer; large rooms: delightful loca tion Tskoma Park. Box 100, Star office. Jc26.H* I BOARDERS WANTH)-LARGE. ROOMY HOUSE; modern improvements: shady Uwd; good tattle. Address Mrs. W. T. WILLIS. Warrenton, Va. Je20-3t* Igresham place, located in beautiful 1 grove of treea. within half mile of ? tat Ion; large rooms and closets; J6 per week. Ad dress E. J. CLARKS0N. Herndon. Va. Je2ti-12t* | WEST END. NEAR BLUE RIDGE MTS.; BEAU tlful bcenery; large. shady lawn; depot 2^ miles; 2 daily malls. Write for booklet. Mr*. E. SHOEMAKER. Sllcott Springs, Va. Je2C-3t? '"HIIJjSII >E COTTAGE"?LARGE SHADY LAWN. Situated on a farm, one tulle of F. R.. supply ing table with fresh vegetables. chickens, egg*, milk and fruit- llthla and flne mountain water. Address Mrs. P. O. LA.UCK, Front Royal. Va. Je20-2t* BOARD AT HOMEWOOD FARM. AMID THE mountains of Md.; 5 mites n.e. of Harper*'Fer ry- For circular address W. E. BoTELER, Brownsrllle, Wash. Co.. Md- Jegfl-no.Ot* BOARDERS WANTED ? OAK HILL: GOOD country place; highly situated; mountain scen ery; one mile from F. R.; plenty of shade; ev erything desirable for good summer outing; ref. exch. Miss Mary F. Rifdaslll. Frotot Royal, Va. Je20-2t*5 WANTED?GENTLEMEN BOARDKRS: 25 MlN. trolley. Wash. & Balto. electric line; l*th, tennis and plenty shade; $5 per week. Mr*. E. FITZPATRICK. Glenndale. Sid. Je2S ?t? CLOVER LEAF INN, Laurel, Md. All modem conveniences. >25-.1t* Terms reasonnble. WANTED ? BOARDERS; PRIVATE KAMIT.V: farni 0 ml. of Blue Ridge mts.; no children; large, shady lawn; suitable for desired rest; Htation 2'ij ml.; tent for those who wish It. Mrs. G. W. NICHOLS, Purcellvllle, Vs.. It. F. D. No. 2. ?e? 3t* WANTED?A FEW BOARDERS FOR JULY and August; modern house; bathroom; electric lights; healthful location; beautiful mountain scenery; good fare." Box 82. Front Ilnyal, Va. Je25-3t* LOUDOUN COUNTY?GOOD BOARD AND COM fortable accommodation; pleasant location; on farm; excellent water. BARCLAY LLOYD. Pnrcellvllfe, Va. Je25-3t SPRINGDALE?LARGE HOUSE, COOL ROOMS, shady lawn, good spring water and toe; terms reasonable; two miles from Purcellvllle station; carriage from station free. F. B. DA VIS. Lin coln, Va. Je25-.1t* [BOARDERS WANTED?LOCATED ^ MI. FROM town; beautiful view from park hack of house; Shenandoah river close. Write for particulars. Address Mrs. A. L. MOORE. Front Royal, Va. Je24-3t* IIDYLEW1LDB ? A DELIGHTFUL OOUNTRY borne; near*Bluemont; opens for season July 1. For particulars, apply EDW. FINNELLE, Round Hill. Va. Je24-3t? 'SHIRLEY FARM." ON THE BAY; FINE beach; bathing, crabbing, fishing, row boat*, croquet, tennis; tine table; pleasant roojns. Terms. $6 per week. Round trip from Balti more, 7flf. Address Mrs. RICHARD WILLS')N, Rock Hall, Kent Co.. Mil je2.l-w.sa.Sn-M* |THE MAPLES?LARGE BRICK HOUSE. SIIAD ed lawn; porches; bath, hot and cold; fine mt. water, fruit, fresh vegetables, chickens, ice. etc. Terms, apply Mrs. H. P. DEAHL, BerryvlIle.Va. Je24-3t* V<L YTONST* ?NE FARM FOR <V>MFORT AND rest; very healthy; $5 per week; no children under 12; ?tet all particulars promptly by ivrlttng WM. G. MARTIN, Remington, Va. Je22-eod.a0t.4* (FAMILIES WANTED 8 MILES FROM WASH ington. t'hesapeake Beach R. R. Berry Htation, 5 minutes' walk; train* convenient for office holders ; colonial miin-d'n; large r-Hims; veran das; shady lawn; rallk. Ice. fnilt In season. Address Miss R. B. BERRY. Ritchie. Frlnce George co., Md. Ph?.ne Toll r>2-ll. Je24-3t EXCEIZ.ENT BOARD AND ROOMS. WINDOVER Heights. Vienna. Va.; 4 blocks electric or steam R. It.; 3 acres shady lawns; fruit, gar den. milk, eggs; convenient for commuters. R. COLTON LEWIS. Vienna. Va. je24-3t? GRAND VIEW. LOCATED 3 MILES EAST OF Harpers Ferry; high and healthy: bathroom; near depot and other conveniences; terms rea sonable; circulars. Mrs. HENKEL, Knoxvllle. Md. Je22-7t WEST RIVER COTTAGE. ON WEST RIVER, now open for summer boarders; plenty of shade; boating; salt-water bnthlng. fishing and dancing. For further particulars apply to GEO. H. I'LACIDE. Galloways. M<1. Je22 30t [CHOICE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FEW SELECT lionrders; prlv. family; every mod. conv.; grand rolling, mountainous country: exquisite scenery; good water; ref. exch. Box lOt, Culpepor. Va. Jel8-f.sa.Su.0t*4 MOUNT HOLLY HOUSE; 80 MILES DOWN Potomac; fish, oysters, crabs. Jel6-20t Mrs. J. C. DAVIS. Mt. Holly. Va. I glen manor-forest glen, md.. will be open for guests June 10 under same manage ment as Cbetwoode Terrace, 4 lo^a circle; large bouse; airy rooms; broad piazzas; plenty shade; tennis; dancing, etc. Apply Forest Gler.. my31-30t* FRUIT FARM RIGHT ON THE CHESAPEAKE; salt water bathing, boating, flshfc?: good table; pleasant rooms: (6 per week. J. V. HAR RINGTON. Falrbank, Talbot Co.. Md. my30-30t* MONTROSE SCHOOL?A DELIGHTFUL SUM mer home In the coantry for girls and small boys; no lessons after June 15; terms mod erate. Address Miss HARDEY, Clarksvllle. Md. np24-tf LEGAL NOTICES! , SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Columbia, holding Probate Court.?No. 16071. Ad I ministration.?This Is to give notice that the subscriber, of the state of Pennsylvania, has ob tained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia letters of administration on the estate of Ellus E. Burakat. late of the District of Co lumbia. deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to ex hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 4th day of June. A.D. 1910: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of anld es tate. Given under my hand this 24th day of June. lfHH*. ANEES B. BARAK AT. 250 So. 44th ?t., Philadelphia. Pa. (Seal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. WM. M. LEW1N. Attorney. - le'iti-law.3t SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OK CO. lumbla, holding Probate Court.?No. 15903. Ad ministration.?Tills is to give notice that the sub scriber of the District of Columbia has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Co lumbia letters testamentary on the estute of James B: C/olegrove, late of the District of Co lumbia. deceased. All persons having claims uiralnst the deceased are hereby warned to ex hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legal ly authenticated, to the subscriber on or lx?fore the 4th day of June. A. D. 1910: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all l?eneflt of said ??state. Given tinder my hand this 10th day of June. 1000. UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY, bv CIIAS. W. WARDEN. Vice President. (Seal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register of WlHs for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. DOUGLAS, BAKER & SHERRH.L. At torney^ Jel2-law,3t WILLIAM K. QUINTEB. ATTORNEY.?IN THE Supreme Court of the District of Columbia George D. Witt Shoe Company, a corporation, planltlff. vs. R. L. Futrell. defendant.?No. 51020. At Law.?The object of this suit Is to recover liidcirent aealnst the defendant in the sum of J00O.2O, v.'lth interest aud costs, and to have Judgment of condemnation of certain prop erty of the defendant levied on under an at tachment Issued In this suit to satisfy the plalu tlflTs claim. It is. therefore, thl* 11th day of June, WOO. ordered that the defendant ap|>enr In this court on or bpfore the fortieth day, ex clusive of Sundays and legal holidays, after the day of the tlrst publication of this order, to de fend this suit and show cause why salfl con demnation should not be had; otherwise the suit will be pro-eeded with as lu case of flefault. Provided a copy of this order be published at least once a week for three successive weeks In the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star before said day. WENDELL P. STAFroRD. Justice. (Seal.) A true copy. Test: J. R. YOUNG, Clerk. AI.F G. BUHIIMAN, Assistant Clerk. Je12-law.3t MEDICAL. ~ Or, SPECIALIST. 72$ 13TH ST. WASHINGTON'S OLDEST SPECIALIST. 38 YEARS' PRACTICE TRUSTING NK-VOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASES: alae Stomach, lungs, asthma, catarrh. aopendlcltls. livor. heart, kid neys, bladder, stricture, discharges, general de bility and special weakness; blood and skin dis eases. Special and private aliments of l>oth sexes cured quickly. Consultation free. Hours: 9 to 4; Tuesday and Saturday nights. 7 to 8; Sundays, 9:3<> to 10:30. Chandler but) ding. Ele vator and phone. Je2-30t* 9 * Specialist, 804 17tSi St. VPADQ' SUCCESSFUL Q H 1Ur&l\u PRACTICE IN Diseases of the Brain and Nervous System. Skim, Blood. Heart, Stomach, LJrer, Kidneys, Bladder. Nose. Throat aud Lungs. Stricture. Varicocele and Hydrocele cared. No twin. No loss of time. Blood Diseases' and Disorders of the Urinary organs promptly relieved snd permanently carta by safe methods. Charges low. Free consulta tion in i>er?on by letter. Hours; 10 to 1 and 3 to #; 8andaj*. 10 to L sstl-t&tt LOAN COMPANIES. Side Entrance on fttb St. l*rlvate OBves. Don't Worry About Money Matters. We'll iown ?rou art* sum lit short notice on Dla innmlo. Watches or Jew elry. No publicity. In terest 3 Money Loaned Salaried People. HORNING, 9th ?& D, SET1 Je25-IM MONKV LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE & OTH ers upon their 0*11 note*, without security; ea?|est tens*; confidential. Knowing ones who hare demit tlsewhere especially Invited. My proposition will please. H. EL WOOD. Km.416. Jenifer bldg.. T4U. Je22-tf.S MONEY TO LOAN ?OX DIAMONDS, WATCHES and Interest, 3 per cent. TEWELRx. LOUIS ABRAHAMS, 4.13 9th atreet northwest. apiW-tiot. 14 . STRICTLY PRIVATE LOANS ON CHATTELS, pianos, etc.; no delay, no red tape; other com panics paid off. Positively the lowest rate In this city. Address Box 48, Star offlie. Je23 tf If you are in need of money Any amount. 70a can get It here Immediately. H. K. Fulton's Loan Office (ESTABLISHED 1870). 314 9? ST. N.W. Loans made on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry. sp8-tf,14 Gold. Silverware, etc. ft ' ^ Use Our Money for a VACATION Ton can pay it back when you return In small monthly payments. You can hare a year's time, if necessary. ABSOI.ITELf NO ONE will know of !t. If you have a lo.in now we will pay It off sn<l advance more money. We loan on furniture, pianos, teams, fixtures, etc.. without removal, AT TllE LOWEST RATES In the city; also on roods In storage. If you want a PRIVATE loan, fill out this blank, mall It to us and our agent will call at once. Tel. M. 4373. Name Add res* Amount wanted. $ DISTRICT LOAN CO., SSK F st. n.w. Private offices. Coir, 7th & F Sts. SQUARE. UP Let us advance the money to clear np any debt* you may have and provide additional money for present use. $110 to $300 Loaned on FURNITURE, PIANOS, TEAMS, etc.. In a few hours. Om Easy Terms Made to Milt you, whoever yon may be or what ever your circumstances. Other Loan Companies paid off. CalL Phone or Write. POTOMAC GUARANTEE LOAN CO., ,925 T Street N.W. Second Floor. Singer Building. Je.Vtf.40 Phone M. 63fl. ONLY Per month for loans In all amounts. This In cludes nil our charfea. Other* advertise lower rates. etc.; they almost offer to clve you tlie money; but when you go to their offlce tney will confront you with all sorts of chnrses for com missions, extras, etc., which make the loan cost many times wliat they advertise. We make no such charges. No admission fee*; no charges for drawing up papers. Others' nds sound good, but investigate them, find out all the cost, then let us tell yoo what we rfre dolus and have been doing for twelve years. The comparison will snrprlse you. Our indorsement is In the people of Washington who have dealt Here and been satisfied wTth our rates and the courtesy shown tliem. We make payments to suit your conven ience, and ask no pavment on interest or prin cipal until TWO MONTHS FROM THE DAY YOU GET THE LOAN. No charge whatever for the first month. We are leaders: others fol low. Let us pay up your loan and advan-e you more money. On loans of $.'100 and more our rate is only 14 per cent per month Instead of 2 per cent. CONFIDENTIAL; PRIVATE; NO DKLAY. INWESTMEHT C8MMIY Thompson Bldg., 703 15th st. n.w. Next to Drug Store. Opposite Treasury. ap2t>-30d NO MORE HIGH RATES. mw (E0MPOT. MEWHAKS. Organized for the purpose of loaning money to those who cannot afford to puy high rates, on FURNITURE. PIANOS. TEAMS and to SALARIED EMPLOYES on plain note without security. $50?12 monthly Installments of $5.90. $100?11: monthly Installments of $11.25 POSITIVELY no other charges. Other amounts In proportion. FIRST PAYMENT MADE DUE TWO MONTHS FROM DAY YOU GET THE LOAN WITHOUT EXTRA COST. We will make you a lower rate than any one else, uo mutter what that rate is, providing you are *jOOD PAY. We are catering to the better class of bi^lness. Other loan companies, etc.. paid off. II224 Q St. N.W.<Cor- 13th-> Rooms 20 and 21. Second Floor Froi,t. I'lioue Mala 489. apC7-tf Money Loaned Salaried People and others, without security; easy payt"?'<f?; Offices in 63 principal cities; have your?eu money by getting my terms first. D. H. TOL MAN. Room 506. 633 15th st- n.w. nol8 tf.fl BUG WEAVING! BEAUTIFUL RI'GS WOVEN FROM Oi.D CAR PETS": RUG AND CARPET CLEANING A SPECIALTY. THE WASHINGTON RUO WEAVING CO. OFFICE AND WORKS. *J31 BTH ST. N.W. PHONE MAIN 4325 sp!4-0l>t.g TRUNKS REPAIRED. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF REPAIRING trunks and handbags; goods called for; mod erate prices. YELLOW FRONT HARNESS * TRUNK SHOPS. l'Jth * H n.w. Ph. 4921 M Iel3-P0t BITTEN BY A SNAKE. Good Hope Hill Man Has Lively Time With Seven-Foot Beptile. , Harry Lea. thirty years of age had a desperate encounter with a big black snake yesterday afternoon In the garden at his home. Good Hope, the reptile get ting hold of the second finger of his left hand and biting It to the bone. So pain ful was the wound that It was necessary tb summon Dr. J. A. Watson, No. 2<>i Nichols avenue, for surgical treatment, who declared no serious consequences would follow. Mr. Lea. whose business is that of growing flowers for market, was about his garden yesterday afternoon when his wife told him of the presence ?f the snake. He had caught a number of simi lar reptiles In the garden and went out with the idea that he would encounter no difficulty. A small stick was his only weapon. The reptile when attacked turned on him and put up a desperate flffht, and not until after the severe injury had been received was the florist able to end its lifei It measured seven feet fiorn head to tali. RAILROADS. Chesapeake Beach Ry. Effective Msjr 2f?. 1903. Snhjcct to change without notice. WEKK HAYS. Oolnf, Imrf DhtrH Line 9:2.V 11 00 a.m., 2 ?>. 5:40. 7:? and $?:?? Xi.m. Upturning, lr.nr the Reach 6 33 ?.in., 12:4.V 2:00. ?:(*> snl l?.uO p.m. SVNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS. Going. l?:2S and ll:du a.m.. 2.30. 4 00. 7:4S and H:4o p.m. lb-turning. T:?>0 s.m.. 12^3. 2 10. 8.00, ? 00 and KM*) p.m. PAIL Y. WATERS. 1o24-tf.2i> Ccn'ril Minnt'r. Seaboard Air Line Ry. TICKET OFFICE. 141* N. Y. ATE. NOTICE.?Following -schedule not r?ar?ntee<1. 9:05 A.M. DAILY - Florida Fsat Mall " Through roachr* and Pullntan alecpera to Savan nah and Jackaonrllle. Through sleeper* Wash ington to Atlanta and Rlrwlndiam. Dining oaf*. < :20 I'M. DAILY?""Year Ronnd Limits " Coach** and rullinan to Savannah, JackaonTfllc and Tanit>a. Alao Atlanta, Birmingham anl Memphis. Dining rata. G. Z. PlllU.ir^. Dl*trlct Pa??*n?er Agent. Southern Railway. N.R.?Following ?.chedule Bgures pahll?hed only a* Information, and are not ?aar?|iteed. KV>r Atlanta, Birmingham. Mobile. Now Orleans, A^herM*, Chattanooga, Memphis, 0:00 a.m. anil 10:45 p.m. dally. For Ronn-ikr. Knoxvllle. Ohattanongs, Birming ham. New Orleani. 10:10 p.m. dally. ?For Knoxvlllo. (^hattunoogs. Memphis. 4 10 a.m. dnCr .Mopcr oocn after 10 p.m.). For Atlanta, Birmingham. Columbia. Charles ton, Augusta. Aiken. Savannah, Jackaonvlll? an<1 Florida jmlnt*, 4:10 p m. dally. TourKt car* for California, trl-weekly; 4 10 p.m. Monday. Wednesday. Friday. Local for Harrisonburg. *:<*> a.m. dally; 4 15 p.m. \?e,?k dava; for Danville. 7:*t> a.m dally, and for Charlottesville, 7:30 a.m and 4:S5 p.m. dally. Frequent train* to and from Bluemont. 1., 8. BROWN. General Agent. C!he?apeake*0!hiio Railway NOTF.-Published only as Information, and not fnarnnterd. :00 P.M.?C. * O. LIMITED, dally?Fa?t veatl hule train. Pullman sleepers to Lmtlsvllle, Cincinnati, Indlnnanolla. Chicago and St. I/mls. Connection for Virginia Hot Spring*. Pullman curs Louisville to Nashvllla, Mem phi) and New Orleana. Dining can. a Is certe service. 11:10 P.M.?F. K. V. LIMITED. dalty-Pwllman deeper* to Cincinnati, Lexington and Louis ville dally and Virginia Hot Springs week day*. Dining Car. a la carte service. Pnll ntan sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Loui* and Louisville to Metnphla. Naahville and New Orleana. Chesapeake and Ohio office* at M3 Pennsyl vania avenue. F street and new Cnlon ntBtlon. Telephone Main 10*111 or 220f. for ticket*, l>at:j:age checks, reservations and tsjloahs. BaltSmmore and Ohio R. R. LEAVE NEW UNION STATION. ROY A I, RUE I.I VIS, "EVERY OTHER HOCR ON THE <"?I?D nOPR" To PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YO|tK. NEW TEHMINAl.. ?I> STIIFKT. NEW YORK. ?7 00 a n>. I'lner. Pullman I'arlor. tll.oo a.m. Otisorvatlon Parlor. 5-honr Train. 10.00 a.m. Diner and Piillmsn Parlor Car. tll.OOa.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car ?I.OOp.m. I?lner and I'ullman I'arlor Car. ?3.<? p.m. "Royal Limited." AH Pullman, 6 hr. t4.no p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. ?5.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor.' ? *8.00 p.m. Coaches to New York. ?12.15 n't. Sleepers to New York. ?2.52 a m. Sleepers to I'hlla. and New York. ATLANTIC CITY. t7.00. ?9.00. tll.00 a.m.. tl.uo, *3.00 p.m. TO BALTIMORE. "EVERY HOFR ON THE HOPR " (Week dars. 7.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.) ?2.52. +5.00. t?30, ?7.0<>. *7.20. fS.00. ?8.S0. ?O.oo. ffl.30. fio.oo. *11.00 a.m.. *12.00 noon. tl2 05, *1.00, 11.15. t2.00, *3 00. t3.20. IS 30. 14.00. t4.-?.*>. *5.00. t5.03. *.V"0. trt oo. ??:t . tT.OO. t8 00. ?0.00. "10.00. 'lO-SS. *1130. *12.13 night. WESTWARD. CHICAGO. *1.27. *5.30 p.m. CINCINNATI. ST IjOCIS and IXM1SVILLB. ?!> lo a.m.. ?4.0B p.m.. *12.40 nleht. PITTSBl'RG. *9.10 a.m.. *1.27, *0.10 p.m.. ?12 no nleht. ? CLEVELAND. *0.10 p.m. OOLCMRI'S. ?5 3?? p.m. WHEELING *9.10 a.m.. *5 30 n.m WINCHESTER. +f?.10 a.m.. t4 05. tS.OO p.m. FREDERICK. t8.20. tfl.10, |H.15 am, fl.30, t4.05. tr>.45 p.m. HAGERSTOWN. 49.10 a m. t5.f(> p m. ANNAPOIJS. *7.20. ts.tai a.m.. +12.05 noon. +3.^? 13 "O. 45.30 and t? 00 p.m. ?Dallv. tF.xcept Sunday. ISundHV onlv TEIjEI'ilONES at all of the following ticket offices: 1417 G ST. N.W., Main 1591: ?19 Penn svlvanla ave.. Nlain 27S: New Cnlon Station ? Tleket Offl e. Main 73!i0. Information Bureau, Main 73WO. Atlantic Coast Line. Notice.?These departures and connections ape not guaranteed. 4:20 a m. daily?Through coaches and sleeping cars to Jacksonville 3:35 p.m. ilalK?'Through sleeping cars to Jack sonville. Fla.: Port Tamna. Fla. (for Havanai; Knlirht's Kev. Ha. (for Havana): Augusta. Ga.; Charleston. S. C.. and Wilmington. N. C. Through coaches to Jacksonville. CNRXCEl.LED DINING CAR SERVICE. ONLY LINE OPERATING THROCGH PI'U, MAN CARS TO POINTS ON FLORIDA EAST COAST RY For tickets and all Information annlv at the OFFICE OF THE T.INE. 1411? \EW YOUK AVE NTE NORTHWEST. AND UNION STATION. GEO. P. JAMES. D.P.A . Washington. D. C. T. C. WHITE. <- P.A.. W. J CRAIG. P.T.M.. Wllmrnrton. N. C. LAW TO PROTECT TENANTS. Judge Kimball Wants Agents Pun ished for Insanitary Houses. "I shall most certainly recommend to the Commissioners the passage of a law providing for the severe punish ment of real estate agents who place a tenant In an insanitary house. All the time I have health office cases coming before me. alleging insanitary conditions in rented houses, and in many cases it has developed that the insanitary con ditions are either directly due to the negligence of the real estate agents or the parMmony of the owners. I shall dismiss the defendant.". Judge Kimball expressed himself in the foregoing words this morning In the Police Court, when the case of Henry Langley. colored, charged with permit ting insanitary plumbing to exist at his home, came up for trial. It developed that I^angley first complained of tjta conditions to the agent of the property, who told him he was unable to repair the plumbing without the consent of the owner. The man then complained to the health office, which began an in vestigation, and ended in the arrest of Langley himself, he being the only man chargeable under the law. The agent of the property stated he knew the con ditions complained of, but had beeti un able up until yesterday to have tiie re pairs made because of a failure to ob tain the owner's consent. He said at his urgent request plumbers were order ed to make the repairs' yesterday. "This is an outrage upon a man wl.o is In no way to blame whatever for those conditions," said Judge Kimball, after dismissing the charge. "There should be some relief for people in such circum stances. If the owner could be brought into court I should certainly impose a tine." Langley lives In Ruppert's court south east. BICYCLE THIEF SENTENCED. Robert Tyler Oiven Nine Months More in Jail. Admitting to the authorities that he has already served two years and a half In jail in the past six years for stealing bicycles. Robert Tyler, colored, had nine months more addei to his record this morning by Judge Mullowny in the Police Court for stealing a bicycle belonging to Frederick Dlsmer of *?7 K street. Tyler took his sentence as though it was part of the routine or his daily life. Tyler was liberated from jail only a few days ago. alter serving tour months for a bicycle theft. Yesterday morning he happened to go by the Washington Loan and Trust Company's building, where he saw Dlsmer's wheel, and, with out a moment's hesitation. Jumped on the seat and proceeded to pedal away. Blcj cle Polii-eman Montgomery heard of the Incident, which was termed suspicious by a citizen, and, following Tyler's track, arrested him. "Ah guess I's got ter spen' de summer down dar." commented Tyler after sen tence was passed. "It's hot. but It's all de same ter me. I's used ter It." New Building for Avenue. J. A. Jennings has obtained a permit for the erection of a brick, steel and iron three-story building at and .'12V Penn sylvania avenus southeast. The building Is to be utilized for business purposes and will cost about $8.0*10. Tiie work o. con struction will be commenced at once. Sues to Recover f15,000 Damages. Helen Bladen, six years old, by her father, Charles A. Bladen, filed suit today to recover $1.1.000 damages from John G. Hopkins for alleged personal injury. Through Attorney Crandal Mackey the father complains that his child was run over May 31 last in the Zoo Park by an automobile owned by the defendant. The child suffered. It is alleged, a fracture of an arm and other serioua Injury.